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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIV Shorn toeks Samson w CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1889 night among tho Philistines and thoy shout Hal ha I wovogot him TIicko who havo tho kindest aud most sym pathetic natures nro tho most In danger Your very disposition to pleaso others will lo tho very trap they set If you wero cold and harsh and sovero In your nature you would not bo tanicrcil with Pcoplo nover fondlo a hedgehog Tho most sentimental Green lander nover kisses nn Icoberg Tho warmth and susceptibility of your nature will en courago tho siren Though strong as a giant look out for Delilahs scissors Samson tho strongest man who over lived was overcome by coaxing Â¬ NO 10 v SERMON PnEAOHED SUNDAY 20 BY nEV T DE SEPT WITT TALMAGE I 11 a Ill Text mill from J it ecu xvl III llmcnitmo In Olio of UicIHowt Powerful of tlio Ycnr Full Itoport of IIIn ltcmiirU AN ILL DI3IOJED WOMANS POWER Â¬ 1 AKlK POWDER Absolutely Pure A marvel of Thl powder never varies More purity strength and wholesomeness economical than tho ordinary kinds and can not bo sold In competition with the multitude of low test short weight alum or phoshhato Bo let our lips and lives express The holy gospel wo profess Bo let our works and virtues shine To provo tho doctrlno all dlvlno Tho subject of Dr Tnlmngos sermon wasi Ho took for Tho Shorn Locks of Samson his toxt Judges xvl Si Entlco him nnd sco wherein his great strength llothaml by whnt means wo may prevail against him that wo may bind him to aflllct him and wo will glvo theo every ono of us cloven hundred pieces of silver Thosermon was as follows A rtEWAUD OKFEIIED UnooKLYN Sept 29 After cxpotiudlns the npproprlnto pnssnges of Scrlpturo in tho Orooklyn Tnhcrnaclo this morning tho Uov T Do Witt Talmngo D D gavo out tho hymnt powders Sold onlu in cam Co 108 Royal lUKlNa Powder Wall Street New York PLEASANT TO TfiKE Oir NEVER FAILS One thousand pounds or about flvo thou sand dollars of our monoy wcro thus offered for tho enpturo of a giant It would tnko n skillful photographist to plcturo Samson ns ho really was Tho most fncllo words nro not supplo enough to descrlbo him Ho was t Tho only CJcrtnln and KHectnnl Care for Chills and Fever Intermittent Itcraittent MllloiM nnd Malarial Fever Dumb Aguo Hwamp Fever and nil Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria Perfectly harmless contains no Arsinlc or tullilno andean bo Riven to tho most dclicato person with irfect safety As a Tonic for Tired Fecllnp Loss of Appetite Headache Nervous Depression nnd ow Spirits originating from Malaria Itstands without a Parallel lono and 1BICK by DrvgqitU PorBottlo 9100 generally Sold sou rnormiToaa Ind JSYANSriLZn J C MENDENHALL CO V 8 A SOLD AND WARRANTED BT GEO RHcCUBBINS DEALER IN Groceries HARDWARE Notions Jewefory TINWARE SALT Lima and Cement Also igcnt for tho Louisville Evening Post 6TEPHENSP0JIT KY f When 1 say Cone 1 do not mean merely to stop them for n timo nnd then havo tliem ro turn again I MBAN A UAD1CAL CUIUS I liavo mado tho disease of PTT5I I CURE FITS EPILEPSY or PAILINCr SICKNESS to my remedy A llfolong study I WAititANT CuiiK tho worst cjisob Hi cause others havo Iailed Is no reason for not now receiving a euro hcud at onco for a trcatiso nnd a Pubis IIottlu Ul0 KxpiOS Of my INFALLIBLE ltEMEDV and Post Olllro It costs you nothing fur a euro you Address trial and It will HC ROOT MC 183 PCARLSTNEVYORK SEND 50c Ji f y lOU ONE MONTHS TRIAL OP THE tho yet was and vico tho suhllmo and tho ridiculous sharp enough to make a good riddle and yet weak enough to bo caught In tho most superficial stratagem honest enough to settlo hlsdobt nnd yet outrageously robbing somebody olso to get tho material to pay It a mlraclo and a scolllng a crowning glory nnd a burning shamo There ho stands looming up abovo other men a mountain of flesh his arms bunched with musclo that can lift tho gato of a city taking an nttltudo defiant of armed men and wild boasts His hair had norcr been cut and it rolled down in soven great plaits over his shoulders adding to his fierceness and terror Tho Philistines wnnt to conquer him and therefore they must find out where tho secret of his strcugth lies Thcro Is a woman living In tho valley of Sorek by tho namoof Delilah Thoy appoint her tho agent In tho caso Tho Philistines aro secreted In tho samo building and thon Delilah goes to work and coaxes Samson to Woll tell what Is tho secret of his strength If you should tnko soven green ho says withes such as thoy fasten wild boasts with and put thorn around mo I should bo per- Â¬ So sho binds him with fectly powerless tho soven green withes Then sho claps her hands and says Thoy como tho Philistines and ho walks out as though thcro wcro no Im pediment Sho coaxes him again and says Now tell mo tho secret of this great strength j nnd ho replies If you should tnkosomo rojKs that havo nover been used and tlo me with Sho them I should bo Just llko other men ties him with tho rojies claps hor hands and Ho They come tho Philistines shouts walks out as easy as ho did before not a single obstruction Sho coaxes him again and ho saysi Now If you should tnko those soven long plaits of hair and by this housoloom weavo them Into So tho houso a web I could not get away loom is rolled up and tho shuttlo llios backward and forward und tho long plaits of hair aro woven into a wob Then she claps bcr hands and says Thoy cornel tho Philis Ho walks out as easily as ho did bo tines fore dragging a part of tho loom with him Out after n while sho persuades him to tell tho truth Ho says If you should tnko a razor or shears und cut oif this long hair I should bo powerless nnd In tho hands of my enemies Samson sleeps and that sho may not wako him up during tho process of shear ing help Is called in You know that tho barbers of tho cast havo such a skillful way of manipulating tho head to this very day thoy will put a man wido awake sound asleep I hear tho blades of tho sliears grind ing against each other and I sco tho long locks fulling oft Tho shears or razor acÂ¬ complishes whnt green wlthos and now ropes and houso loom could not do Suddenly sho claps her hands and says Ho Tho Philistines bo upon thee Samson rouses up witli n struggle but lift strength is all gono Ho is In tho hands of his enemies I hoar tho groan of the giant ns they tako Ills eyes out and then I seo him stnggoring on lu his blindness fueling his way as ho goes on toward Gaza Tho prison door Is opened and tho giant is thrust In Ho sits down and puts his hauds on tho mill crank which with exhausting horizontal motion goes day after day week nf tcr week month uftcr mouth work work work I Tho consternation of tho world In captivity his locks shorn his eyes punctured grinding corn In Gaza In a previous sermon on this character I loarncdsomo lessons but another class of lessons aro beÂ¬ fore us now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a giant and a child tho conqueror nnd defeated nblo to snapfi lions Jaw nnd captured by tho sigh of a maiden Ho ruler and slavo a commingling of vlrtuo Again this narratlvo teaches tho power of an 111 dlsjioscd woman In tho jiortrnlt gal lery of Dibla queens wo find Abigail and Uuth nnd Miriam and Vaslitl and Deborah but In tho rogues gallery of a pollco station you find tho pictures of women as well as men Delilahs picture belongs to tho rogues gallery but sho had moro power than all Phllls tla armed with sword and spear Sho could carry oif tho Iron gates of Samsons resolution as easily as ho shouldered tho gates of Gaza Tho forco that had killed tho lion which ono day plunged out flerco from tho thicket utterly succumbs to tho silken net which Delilah weaves for tho giant Ho vt ho had driven nn army In riotous rotreat with tho bleached Jaw bono smiting them hip and thigh with great slaughter now falls captlvo at tho feet of an unworthy woman Dolilah In tho Blhlo stands In tho mcmorublo com- Â¬ pany of Adah nnd Zlllah and Dathshcba and Jezebel and Athallah and Hcrodlas How dcplorablo tho Influence of such in contrast witli Rebecca and Phcobo and Hul dah nnd Tryphonn and Jcphtbas daughter and Mary tho mother of Jesus Whllo tlfo latter glitter In tho firmament of Gods word llko constellations with steady cheerful holy light tho former shoot llko baleful meteors across tho terrified heavens ominous of war disaster and death If there is n dlvlno pow- Â¬ er lu tho good mother her faco bright with purity an unselfish lovo beaming from her eye a gentleness that by pangs and suffer- Â¬ ings and holy anxieties has been mellowing and softening for many a year uttering itself in every syllable a dignity that cannot bo dethroned united with tho playfulness that will not bo chocked her hand tho charm that will Instantly tako pain out of tho childs worst wound her presenco a per- Â¬ petual benediction her namo our defenso when wo nro tempted her memory nn out gushing well of tears nnd congratulation and thanksgiving her heaven a palm waving and a coronal then thcro is Just ns great an lnilucnco In tho opjioslto direction in tho bad mother her brow beclouded with ungov crned passion her cyo flashing with unsanc tilled fire her lips tho fountain of frctfulncss and depravity her oxamplo a mtldow nnd a blasting her namo a dlsgraco to coming generations her memory a signal for bitterest anathema her eternity a whirlwind and a suffocation and n darkness Ono wrong headed wrong hearted mother may ruin ono child and that ono child grown up may destroy n hundred pcoplo and tho hundred blast a thousand and tho thousand a million Tho wifes sphere is n realm of honor and power almost unlimited What a blessing was Sarah to Abraham was Deborah to Lapldoth wns Zipporah to Moses was Huldah to Shallum Thcro aro multitudes of men in tho marts of trado whoso fortuues havo boon tho rosult of n wlfos frugality Four hands havo been achieving that estate two at tho store two at tho homo Tho burdens of llfo nro comparatively light when there aro other hands to help us lift them Tho greatest difficulties havo often slunk away bocauso there wero four eyes to look thorn out of countenance What euro you for tho hard knocks in tho world as long as you havo a bright domcstlo clrclo for harÂ¬ bor I Ono cheerful word In tho ovenlng tido as you como in has silenced tho clamor of un Â¬ paid notes and thodisappoiiitnicntof poor In vestments Your tublo may 1k quite frugally spread but It sooms moro beautiful to you than many tables that smoko with venison Penco meets you ami blush with Burgundy at tho door sits besido you at tho table lights up tho evening stand and slugs in tho nursery You havo seen nn nged couplo w ho lor scprcs of years havo helped each othor on in lifes pllgrlmngo going down tho steep of Long association has mado them years much nllko Thoy rejoiced at tho samo ad vont they bent over tho samo cradlo thoy wept at tho samo grnvo In tho evening thoy sit quietly thinking of tho past mother knit ting at tho stand father lu his arjnchalr at tho fire Now and then a grandchild comes homo and thoy look at him with affection untold nud como well nigh spoiling him with kind uoses Tho lifo currents beat feebly lu their pulses and their work will soon bo dono and tho Master will call A few short days may separate them but not fur apart in timo of departure thoy Join each other on tho other sido tho flood Sido by sldo let Jacob and Ilachcl bo hurled Lot ono willow overarch their graves Lot their tombstones stand nllko marked with tho samo Scripture Chil dren and grandchildren will como in tho spring timo to bring lowers Tho patriarchs of tho town will como and drop a tear over departed worth Sido by sldo at tho mar riago altar Sldo by sldo in tho long Journey Sido by sldo in their graves After lifes fitful fover thoy slept well Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ifjw 1 warrant thaVthat philosopher wlio had such hard work to find an honest man was himself dishonest I think ho stolo both tho lantern and tho tub So when I hoar a mau expatiating on tho weaknesses of woman I Immediately suspect him nnd sayt Thcro Is another Solomon with Solomons wisdom left out Still I would not havo tho illustrations I havo given of transcending oxcelleucy in femalo biography lead you to supposo that thcro nro no jierlls In womans pathway Qods graco alone can inako an Irabella Gra Â¬ ham or a Christina Alsop or a Fidolia FUko or a Catlicrlno of Siena Temptations lurk about tho brightest domestio circle It was no unmeaning thing when God set up amidst tho splendors of his word tho character of infamous Delilah Â¬ UOW OOOD MEN IOSK BTItENOTn manlla of this blifhagof iniquity and I show you tho ulcers and tho bloody Ichor nnd tho canccrcd lip and tho parting joints and tho macerated limbs and tho wrlggllurf putrefac-Â¬ tion and I cry outt Oh horror of horrors hi tho stillness of this Sabbath hour I lift a warning Kcmcmbcr it is much oaslcr to form bad habits than to get clear of thorn In ono mlnuto of timo you may got into a sin from which all eternity cannot get you out Oh that tho volco of Gods truth might down tho volco of Delilah Como Into tho ways of pleasantness and tho paths of peace and by tho grncw of n pardoning God start for thrones of honor and dominion upon which you may reign rather than travel tho road to a dungeon where tho destroyed grind in tho mills of dospalr their locks shorn and their oyes out Â¬ IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS OF FINE Again this strango story of tho toxt loads mo to consider somo of tho ways in which strong men get their locks shorn God for somo reason bet known to himself mado tho strength of Samson to dopend on tho length of his hair when tho shears clipped it his strength was gone Tho strength of men is variously distributed Somotlmes it lies in physical development somotlmes iu intellect- Â¬ ual attainment sometimes in heart forco sometimes In social position sometimes in financial accumulation and thcro is always a sharp shears ready to destroy it Every day thcro aro Samsons ungiaiited I saw a young mau start lifo under tho most cheerHis acuto mind was at ing advantages Ho reached homo In all scientific dominions not only all rugged attainments but by delicate appreciation ho could catch tho thigo of tho cloud and tho sparklo of tho Ho Wavo and tho diapason of tho thunder walked forth In llfo head and shoulders abovo others In mental stature Ho could wrcstlo with giants in opposing systems of philosophy and carry off tho gates of oppos ing schools and sin I to tho enemies of truth hip and thigh with groat slaughter But ho began to tamper with brilliant froothlnklng of tho soul throw over him Modern theories Skepticism was tho their blandishments Delilah that shore his locks off and all tho Philistines of doubt nnd darkness and despair were upon him Ho dlod iu a very prison of unbelief his oyes out Far back In tho country districts Just where I purposely omit to say there was born ono whoso fnmo will lost as long as American institutions His namo was tho terror of all enemies of frco government Ho stood tho admired of millions tho nation uncovered in his presenco and when ho sjioko senates sat breathless under tho spell Tho plotters against good government attempted to bind him with green withes nud weavo his his locks In a web yot ho walked forth from tho cnthrnllmcnt not knowing ho had burst a bond But from tho wlno cup there aroso a destroying spirit that camo forth to capture his soul Ho drank until his oyes grow dim and his knees knocked together and his strength failed Exhausted with lifelong dissipations ho went homo to die Ministers pronounced eloquent culogiums and poets sung nud painters sketched and sculptors chiseled tho majestic form into marble nnd tho world wept but ovorywhero it was known that it was strong drink that camo liko tho infamous Delilah and his locks were shorn From thu Island of Corsica thcro started forth a nature charged with unparalleled en ergies to inako thrones tremble nnd convulso tho earth Piedmont Nnples Bavaria Ger- Â¬ many Italy Austria and England roso up to crush tho rising man At tho plungo of bay Â¬ onets Bastlles burst open Tho earth groaned with tho agonies of IMvoli Austcrlltz Sara gossa and Eylau Fivo million men slain in his wars Crowns wcro showered at his feet and kingdoms hoisted triumphal arches to let him pass under and Europo was lighted up nt tho conflagration of consuming cities Ho could almost havo mado a causeway of human bones between Lisbon and Moscow No power short of tho omnipotent God could nrrcst him But out of tho ocean of human blood thcro aroso n spirit In which tho conqueror found moro than a match Tho very ambition that had rocked tho world was now to bo his destroyer It grasjxyl for too much and in its effort lost all Ho reached up after tho scepter of universal dominion but slipped nnd fell back Into desolation nnd banishment Tho American ship damaged of tho storm today puts in at St Helena and tho crew go up to seo tho spot whoro tho French cxllo expired in loneliness nnd dlsgraco tho mightiest of all Samsons shorn of his locks by ambition that most merciless of all Delllnhs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE EAHTII BT1USWN WITH SLAIN TUB BTHONO NOT ALWAYS WISE OOOD AND DAD WOMEN LIIIHILLE All the News POST Tho Bost Afternoon Paper in tho South All the Gossip All the Markets 50c a Month 5 a Year TIE EVENING POST CO ioihsviim hv CATARRH rivrtst COLD t IN HEAD Try the Cure I WOTEVER1 PSfflWM Zsoaaa rwj fKcufroCuy AMB OleansMtheKoaalFgaMigM Al Â¬ lays Inflammation Iloalatho Sores Iteatores the Semes of Taste Small and Hearing AyartletcU applied IntsoachnoatrllsuMl It smmMs PrlcaSOe at Druwlat or hy Elys Cream Balm MX mwnWOmj tjljJ ft Wn HtMew to Learn first how very strong pcoplo nro coaxed Into great liuhccllltici Samson had no right to rovcal tho secret of Delilahs first attempt to find his strength out is a failure Ho says Green withes will bind mo but It was a failure Then ho says A nowropo will hold mo but that also was a failure Then ho says Weave my locks Into a web and that will bind mo yot that Dut at last you soo how also was a failure sho coaxed It out of him Unimportant ac Â¬ tions In life that Involvo no moral prlnciplo may without Injury bo subjected to ardent persuasions but as soon as you have como to tho lino that separates right from wrong no Inducement or blandishment ought to maku you step over It Supposo a man has been brought up In a Christian household and taught sacredly to Bunday comes you obscrvo tho Sabbath want frcli air Temptation says Sunday Is just llko other days now dont bo bigoted wo will rldo forth among tho works of God tho wholo earth Is bis temple wo will not go Into any dissipations como now I havo tho carriage engaged and wo shall bo back soon enough to go to church In tho oventng dont yield to Purltanio notions you will bo no worso for a rldo In tho country tho blossoms aro out and thoy say everything Is looking Woll I will go to pleaso you Is glorious tho response And out they go over thu stroet consclenco drowned lu tho clatter of tho swift hoofs and tho rush of tho resounding wheels That temp tod man may have had moral char- Â¬ acter enough to break thu green wlthos of ten thousand PhllUtlno allurements but ho has boon qvcrcomo by coaxing Two young mou passing down this street como opposite a drinking saloon witli a rod lantern hung out from tho door to light men to pordltlon Lot us go In says one No I wout says tho othor I never go to such places Now you dont say you aro as weak as that Why I havo boon going thcro for two years and It hasnt hurt mo Como como now bo a man If you cant stand any thing stronger tako a little sherry You need to see tho world as It Is I dont believe In lutemporanco any more than you I can top drtuklnz Just when I want to You lVnma shall go Now como right nloug Ion has conquered Samson yields to tho Is carnival la hell that coaxing and thero sometimes But there are as my subject suggests do-Â¬ What a curso mestic scenes not so tranquil to Job and Potlpharwero their companions to Ahab was Jezebel to Jchoram was Atha- Â¬ llah to John Wcsloy was Mrs Wosloy to Samson was Delilah Whllo tho most excellent nnd triumphant exhibitions of char- Â¬ acter wo find among tho women of hUtory nud tho world thrills with tho namos of Murio Antoinotto and Joseph hi o nnd Joan of Aro nnd Maria Theresa and hundreds of others who havo ruled in tho brightest homos and sung tho Rwootost cantos and enchanted tho nations with their art nnd swayed tho mightiest of scepters on tho other hand tho namos of Mary tho First of England Marga ret of Franco Julia of Homo nnd Elizabeth Pctrowua of Russia havo scorched the oyo of history with their abominations and their name liko banished spirits havo and cursing through gono shrieking In femalo biography wo tho world And tho two oxtremes of oxcellenco and crime Woman stands nearest tho gato of heaven or nearest tho door of hell When adorned by grace sho reaches a point of Christian elevation which iian cannot attain and when blasted of crlmo sho sinks deeper than man can plunge Yet I am glad tlint tho Instances in which woman makes utter shipivrocU of character aro comparatively rare Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I havo not timo to enumerate ciations sudden successes spendthrift habits miserly proclivities and dissipation are the names of somo of tho shears with which men nro ovory day mado powerless They havo strewn tho earth with tho carcassos of giants and filled tho great prison houso with de stroyed Samsons who sit grinding tho mills of despair their locks shorn and their oyes out If parents ouly know to what tempta tions tholr children woro subjected thoy would bo moro earnest in their prayers nnd moro careful about their example No young man escapes having tho pathway of slu pictured in bright colors before him Tho first timo I over saw a city It was tho city of Phlladolphra I was a mero lad I stopped at a hotel and I remember in tho oventldo a corrupt man plied mo with his In fernal art Ho saw I was green Ho wanted to show mo tho sights of tho town Ho paint ed tho path of sin until It looked liko emerald but I was afraid of him I shoved back from tho basilisk I mado up my mind ho was a basilisk I remember how ho wheeled his chair round In front of mo and with a concentrated and dlabollo effort attempted to destroy my soul but thcro wcro good angels In tho air that night It was no good resolution oil my part but it was tho all encompas- Â¬ sing graco of a good God that deliv Â¬ ered me Dewarol bowarol O young man There Is a way that sccmeth right unto a man but tho cud thereof is death If all tho victims of an impure llfo in all lands and ages could bo gathered to- Â¬ gether thoy would inako a host vaster than that which Xerxes lod across tho Hellespont than Timour lod across India than William tho Conqueror led across England than Alxm Bekr led across Syria and If thoy could bo stretched out inslnglo fllo across this continent I think tho vanguard of tho host would stand on the beach of tho Pacific whllo yet tho rearguard stood on tho beach of tho Atlautio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HANTS Evil asso- Â¬ A Wonderful Power Manager John P Smith well nnd favor ably known as a projector and director of rcputnblo theatrical enterprises was In tho city recently and was accompanied by a Mrs Abbott of Georgia who Is said to los scss a wonderful power As sho is to glvo nu exhibition in tho Howard next Sunday oven lng a number of prominent citizens and representatives of tho press wcro Invited to seo her tho othor day Sho is n slight woman girlish In appoaranco and very much llko what sho is represented to bo a country bred young woman Sho cannot weigh moro than ninoty pounds Is small of bono and rather good looking Sho Is Little but Oh Ly Sho doesnt look strong enough to lift a plato of ico cream but sho Hftod easily eight heavy men piled upon each other iu two ordinary chairs Sho held a billiard cuo in her extended hands and three strong men grasp ing tho cuo firmly could not push her back ono Inch or throw her off hor balance although sho stood on ono foot With her finger tips touching tho proscenium wall sho Invited half n dozen men thrco of them athletes to push her against tho sldo of tho building nnd thoporsplratlou rolled off thorn whllo thoy attempted it and mado a failure of tho ib Placing her arms close to Otic of thcee Tickets given with ovory dollars worth of goods you pur Â¬ hor sides sho invited ono of tho party to lift chase for CASU her oif tho floor Tho task was easily accom 00 8 Tickets gives you a Silver Plated Sugar Shell worth plished Sho then renowed tho request and 1 25 10 Tickets gives you a Butter Knife worth two powerful men failed to llf t her off her 1 f0 12 Tickets gives you a new stylo Laro Pin worth feet A number of other tests wcro made 3 00 and tho visitors wcro astoutshod at tho results 25 Tickets gives you a sot of Hngars Teaspoons worth Everything that was dono hero a fow years 3 75 worth 35 Tiikots gives you a let of Rogers Knives ago by Lulu Hurst was accomplished by Mrs 3 75 35 Tickets gives you a set of Rogers Forks worth Abbott and many other remarkable feats 0 01 worth 50 Tickets gives you a set of ltogcrs Tablespoons which tho celebrated Hurst woman nover at 100 Tickets ghes you an elegant Walnut Eight Day Clock Tho fact that Mrs Abbott is tempted slightly built and not at all of muscular dePlease como and see thu goods nnd bIiow this Ticket to your friends velopment makes It much moro difficult to We give tho choice of anything in our well assorted Jewelry Depart Â¬ account for tho things which sho docs than wns tho caso with Lulu Hurst ment Neither tho management nor Mrs Abbott attempt to account for tho results produced They simply say that thoy do not know how tho feats aro performed Thoy glvo tho ex hibition In full vlow of tho audience without tho use of a cabinet or darkened stage with UF CAKRIKS THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT no appliances save ordinary articles of furniture and without tbo aid of assistants or confederates and they let tho spectators account for tho results lu nny way thoy please It Is Bod Room said that Mrs Abbott could crform tlieso samo feats v hen sho was a mere child and sho comes north indorsed by many prominent HOOK citizens of tho south Liko Lulu Hurst sho is a Georgia womnn and It would seem as If thcro was something peculiar in tho soil or Furniture atmosphere of that state Her exhibition is likely to oxclto much comment At all events it will provo Interesting Boston Of ovory Description Herald The Intest and Most Improved Stylo of Itefrlgcratcrs I carry tho Latest nnd Prettiest do Listen to My Tulo of Woo Kcuiomlcr this All goods sold Thcro Is somothlng strangoly fascluatlng signs in Chamber Lounges at prlccso that will astonish you about tho jlnglo of tho latest popular song cheaper than nny other bouse In tho urcen mver iicgton Nobody we Listen to My Talo of Woe bcliovo has accused It of being music every body says It Is frivolous musicians turnup tholr noses at It and hum it Of course there Is a reason for this but wo do not think tho accomplished critic of tho esteemed Capital set that reason forth when ho said of tho song that Its solo merit Is In tho clover words which aro fixed in tho memory by a very ordinary musical jingle This must havo lieen a slip of tho pen Tho jlnglo is not ordinary Its very reason for cxistenco lies in tho fnct that it is not ordinary and the proof of this will come w lien after it has been whistled and tooted and sung nud played until It Is ordinary It dies Nor do wo think with our friend of Tho Capital that tho solo merit of tho song Is In tho clover words It seems to us tho ono is to poetry what tho other Is to music and surely tho jlnglo catches and fascinates many minds tlint nover heard tho words When Theodore Thomas orchestra plays it ono docs not havo to hear tho words before him to got a pleasure from It Tho music has n merit of Its own tho merit of being catchy and non sensicaland tho words havo nothing more Surely this much may bo said in gravity of tho song which is today moro widely popular than any other has been In at least ten or fif teen years of words which for tcu years went round and round again before thoy wcro set to music of musla which Is played as wo aro credibly Informed in Hammcrfcst Por Day According to Rooms Ratos 250 to Norway and iu Valparaiso Chill in Florence Italy and in Hong Kong China where SSTTtirkish and Russian Baths in Hotel tho words wcro nover hoard Washington Post Â¬ Â¬ NOTIONS St C 109 III iilain 0WENSB0R0 KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ See what we aro giving away Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JOHI BEIIHM31 Â¬ Â¬ ZEPsixlor DM iAlliftf6fiLi Owcnsboro ljy- Â¬ No 11 Main Sti cot JTO 1E1NHH1B m Â¬ EWERV Brewers and Bottlers of r IIhjmIMCa MI ejiii mm Messrs Gregory Co EY0 fiDTMHm Agents Cloverport Ky Â¬ Â¬ The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City 400 LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ BEVVATtE IN TIME YOU WILL WND OOOD PEOPLE IK GOOD YOOH BJSLV But says somo cynical spirit what do ycu do with thoso words iu Eccloslastos where Solomon saysi Behold this havo I found sdlth the preacher counting ono by ono to flud out tho account i which yot my soul sock oth but I And uoti ono man among a thou sand havo I found but a woman among all My answer 1j that thoso havo I not found If Solomon liuil bohaved himself with common decency and kept out of infamous circled ho would not havu had so much dlillculty in finding integrity or character among women and never would havo uttered such a tirade Â¬ Â¬ havo hoard speak ra admiring Diogenes the cynical philoso pher who lived in a tub for going through tho street of Athens In broad daylight with h Ioutem and when asked what ho did that fofttaldj I am loojilnj for an Jionert man Ever unco my childhood X Â¬ I say this not bocauso I expect to reclaim any ono that has gouo astray In this fearful path but becauso I want to utter a warning for thoso who still malutaln their Integrity Tho cases of reclamation of thoso who huvo given themselves fully up to an impure llfo aro so fow probably you do not know ono of I havo soon a good many start out on thorn that road How many havo I seen como back Not ono that 1 now think of It soonu as If tho spoil of death Is on them and no human voice nor tho voice of God can break tho spoil Their foot aro hoppled tholr wrists are handcuffed Thoy havo around them a glrdlo of reptiles bunched at tho waist fastening them to an Iron doom overy timo they breatho tho forked tougues striko thorn and thoy strain to break away until tho and tendons snap and tho blood oxudos amidst tholr contortions thoy cry outt Tako mo back to my fathors house Whoro Is mothorl Tako mo homol Takoinohomol Do I stand before n man today the looks of whoso Uraigth aro being toyod with let mo toll you to escape lost tho shears of destruc Â¬ tion tako your moral and your spiritual Do you not seo your saudals Integrity beginning to curl on that rod hot path This day In tho name of Almighty aod I tear Off the beautifying veil and tho ombroldorod A IllslnlPcrntliiB Comet Professor Edward S Holder director of tho Lick observatory at Bnn Francisco fur Â¬ nishes interesting facts In regard to tho comet discovered by Barnard last September Ho says tho comet has now lost all of its tail and Tho comot was subject to much continued strain and stress in passing that part of its orbit nearest tho sun nnd it Is now showing tho effect of thoso forces In tho following way Its body Is evidently becoming disintegrated and fragment are soon to bo streaming bo hind tho comot in tho form of a tall directed not from but toward tho sun This mass of matter was measured by Barnard on July 10 and his measures show that its least possible length is 430000 miles and Its least posslblo diameter 141000 miles so that fragments which havo already broken off from this comet amount to at least soventy quadrillion cublo miles Tbo comet Itself is still fairly bright and wcro not for tho fragments which aro seen to follow it would seem to bo in perfectly normal condition As it Is wo know It must havo lost an iinmcnso quantity of original substance This is an interesting caso to astronomers as It shows tho effect of tho enor- Â¬ mous forces to which overy comet Is subject at tho time of Its perihelion passage whllo tho phenomenon forms an Interesting commen- Â¬ tary on tho toxt that comets ovcu tho stout ost of thorn must bo short lived things Washington Star Â¬ HWHERND0NC0 Produee OeiieralCoiiiiiillon Louisville Ky No 144 Third St Packet Line mmbJz fciJiui ir5 v --- A4 h tuw iLLSlJryill jtnikiw ssaasasssa-- - Passenger Mail and Express Doais a portable tolophouo for sjioaklug from a railway train at any point stopping to tho nearest station Mr Wiley 110 Chambers St Now York City soys bat Ayeru Sntsnpa rilla cured lilm of dry nnd scaly humor from which be suffered Intolerably He adds I havo not now a blemish on my body and my cure la wholy duo to Ayers K An Austrian railway official has invented For all way lundlngibetweon Lontivllloand Ilonderion the elegant and fleet itoamnrs JAMKS aUTHHIE TI5L1 OITV u 41 T CITY or OWKNSUOHO On of the above fine ildewheol steamers plili up and dwn dally Splendid accommodatloni for stock jumji s iji jYTwrrmrr leneral oOoe Louisville Ky D and 178 Fourth street W W IIITK Preit h fKHNr Bupt Sarsapurlllc In ttrcut fuclc The flourishing town of Clovcrport li all excitement over the greatest piece nf luck into which It hai ever fallen In lecurln the new shops of the Louisville Bl Louis and Texas railroad which wero recently Ktown destroyed by fire at Hendersou News S fftUVAUOn H IE T S D BUY YOUR Oil Xrr U I usuy M c J BABBA6E U n o l f asi II i t m Breckenridge News WKDNKSDAY OOTOUKU I 1881 2 I SI I jnod7daddaqe AT Local Time turtl West It Is said that the closing of a Mnssn chuuelln hitrllo factory put OUU girts out of employment hut It la not stated how ninny it put out of shape Cincinnati nid CMcngn am both in search of Natural ga wo timtctstnml Well why in tho dcuco dont Cincinnati nnd Chicago send in thcro orders sot plenty of It here Wnvo V UHAIIIIAOr A new lino Kill nt tor DDOIsPT IFOIRGKEJT TDE3IE3 U NPRECEDENTEO ATTRACTION I OVEK A MHiLION DISTRIBUTED of ginghams J A Wills Mr Nule lVlrin Geld Ky hns gone to Morgan dress goods at Malt and Kxpreii going Knit Express Mixed East Wcat Eitat 1018 Am 1105 nm 011 pm A cbolco line of ladles NEW YORK STORE AUGUSTUS To be seen west of New York LotUHinnn Stiito lrKJl W I Lottery Company Weit iim 1223 iiin 920 atn U50 J A Witts TO ODlt COHItrSlMNIINT gress hns been appointed postmaster nt Oct the news and get all the news ami Now whero Is Col Lnf Lebanon Ky iYow Danas Green nothing but the news Dont ho wnnl something Celebrated Maxims in Journalism The reports which rench us from tvery A wniTFn In tho Farmers Homo Joumnl quarter nro to tho effect that tho crops on tho tubject of County Honda vory nptly wcro never better than now In our own says county tho grain crop Is turning out well ty Good roads can bo made in every coun Â¬ Slate during tho next ten yours without one dollar additional outlay pro vided the people demanded tho experiment from our next Legislature The Slate has hundreds of able bodied criminals that are These could kept in practical idleness be supplied to each county in proportion to tho number sent to the penitentiary nnd put to work breaking and spreading rock In order to raoro easily guard them those apportioned to Jefferson county should be Tho from counties distant from here State could board nnd guard Ihem here at ns little cost as in Frankfort Tho county road tax would pay for surveyors teams additional overseers and incidental ex Â¬ panses Instead of no roads or toll pikes we would scon have free roads of tho best No cry could be raised that free make labor is being deprived of work becuuse this very improvement would etlargo our farming facilities and create an immense demand for free labor Willjou discuss this important ques- Â¬ will you invite anyone to suggest tion nny question more important to Kentuc- Â¬ ky Can our luxury the Legislature give us any better return for the 2000 or more pet day this of course includes tho been cigars and lemonade that friends are wont Halls ol to set up when visiting the State that wo must pay next winter Wo will while enjoying this luxury thankfully receive tho portion of fence corner nnd swamp creek bills that will be graciously bestowed but tbeso bills may bo classed as tho necessaries of life and tho time has dawned when I believe the public ought to have some legislation built of pie and cake In rhort wo want better fare or the price of board cut down In this Mu J D Ileldcn who ran against Hon A II Montgomery in this district or Con- Â¬ Mr Harvey McCrackon was In tho city Monday Tho best quality of woolen underwear at OF J A Witts Johnson went to Lnulsvillo Mr J It Inst Sunday Mr When You Come to Louisville SHARPE Incorporated by tho Legislature In 1838 for llduratlonal and Oharltublo purposes and Its franohlso was mado n part of tho prcsont titato Constitution tn lb7Vby an overwhelming popular roto ITN ftlmllOTII IMtAUIMJM Ncml - Annually litlcn iilitco Juno anil lloccmlior Mjniiiilit unit lt Hiittvn mmili on ihiawliNfiN tultn place cncli or tho olhor leu iiioiiiIin In thoyeiir unit tiro nil ilriitvn cIn public hi Ilia Academy Nutv orlcniiN in of ill ii FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS Robert Guthrio Owensboro was here last Monday Mrs Davidson of Hawcsvillo Is visiting Miss TIda Mercer Remember that J A Witt will give you a bargain in jeans Rev C W Sutton goes to preach for the next year at Augusta Ky Miss Nettle Lennin nnd Mrs One of the Krcntcst sights of tlic city OVI2R THREE SQUARE ACRFS OF SALES ROOM nnd nil crowded wltli lie most complete nnd select stock of FINE HIGH CLASS DRY GOODS Our stock this season is really marvelous nnd by far eclipses any previous cllbrr nnd represents nearly One Million Dollars of nctunl investment SHOES by the thousands CARPETS by the thousand rolls WHITE GOODS NOTIONS HOSIERY nnd UPHOLSTERY nnd HOUSE FURNISHINGS UNDERWEAR in surprising quantities LINENS AND DOMESTICS beyond coinputa SILKS AND DRESS GOODS in wonderful pro tion fusion CLOAKS AND WRAPS in endless numbers and tho yield of corn is something etra ordinnry We believe with the Louisville Com- Â¬ mercial thnt ho only way to wipe out the sectional feeling existing letween the Northern and the Southern people is for them to sec more of each other There is not a man that has ever visited the North from this section but what has como home with n better feeling and less prrjudico in his mind for that people Tho Commer- Â¬ cial says The Ucorgla editors who hare Lcen oxcur sloning through Ohio found much to ndtniro In thut prosperous State aud even In lor fclnco they got homo they have Iorakcr Lcen laying pleasant things ahout both and ngrco thut Furakcr ii a very different penon nge fruin tho Iorakcr they expected to sec and quite a magnetic bandiomc engaging tort of u fellow Thcro la nothing like travel to im proo the mind Two thirds of what seetlon ul prejudice and bitterness remains In tills country would Le dissipated if tho people of tliu several sections knew more of each other It is the people who stay in the laino place ulways live along In the samo old ruts and toe little of the world and their who are inott narrow and lectional and prejudiced Tuna can be but little doubt but what the next Legislature will pass n bill estab Â¬ lishing a State Board of Immigration Representative men from different parts of tho State met in convention nt Louisville last week nnd adopted resolutions which will he presented to the members ol both houses calling upon them to pas such a bill Efforts have been made before the Legislature heretofore to get them to oilablish a Bureau of Immigration in tho State but none have proven successful It is believed now that tho measure will go through the next body The subject is attracting attention in most every county iu tho State and the desire for a Stale Hoard of Immigration is pretty general Nothing would prove of more value to the State The work of discharging Democratic officials goes bravely on at Washington Last week twenty five competent Demo- Â¬ cratic officials were turned out of the iovcrracnt 1rinting office The Republi Â¬ cans nro bent on having all the offices and boforo Harrisons term of oflico is half out there will not bo a Democrat in the service oven down to a cross roads post office Tui next Legislature bad better make un appropriation to establish a homt in Ken Divorce ticky for divorced husbands suits are on the increase and it is hard to tell what is to become of the poor unfor- Â¬ tunate husbands if somo provision is not made for them As to the women they seem to bo able to take care of themselves The Owensboro Fair begins next Tues Â¬ day Ilreckenridgo people who have in view e few days stay down there next week will bu well paid for their trip The Owens- Â¬ boro Fair Company will give what they have promised to do a first class agricul- Â¬ tural exhibition UKMotiiAt meeting is to bo held in York on the lOih of October in honor ol A tho late S S Cox Hon J Proctor Knott who was a very close friend ol tho deceased Congressman has been selected as orator of the occasion and will be present One of tho schemes now being perfected In New York in connection with the Worlds fair is an clcclriu railway to con- Â¬ vey people to and from tho grounds at a speed of five miles a minute Vivian Daniel of Hnrdinsburg Is the oldest man in the county being In his 92nd year He eats hearty sleeps well and Is particularly fond of a good chew of home spun tobacco Mn Cihcuit Court is in session nt LeitchOeld There are five cases on the docket for mur Â¬ der nnd two for manslaughter or went to Louisville yesterday Mr Win A Burkhardt of Vino Grove Ky was in town last Manday Judge Mercer nnd his daughter Miss Complete Trousseaus mndc in 2t hours bv the celebrated Modiste Large Dress making Establishments Tida went o Louisvillo Monday Mail orders receive prompt attention IS DUUUUliKl Y Hon It Y Bush of Hnwesvitlo is a Mr Jesso Ejkridgo left last Monday MADAME candidato for the position of Dclegato to morning to nttend tho law school at Louis Â¬ represont Hancock county in the State ville Constitutional Convention to bo called by Look out for bargains at Beard Beeler Thero Is no better the next Legislature k DeJernctls who have adopted tho cash timber in Hancock for this position and system Col Bush ought to be sent without op- Â¬ Miss Beo Bowmer left last Monday to position teach a school near McDaniels this Tin Young Mens Editorial Asociation county Mrs Amanda Smith nnd Miss Add will meet at Bowling Green October 25th going to spend tho winter with nnd 20th when n full representation is de Â¬ Smith nro Mrs Kimball Iowa Those who wish to sired and expected High School Note Mrs Murphy and daughter Miss Jen- Â¬ WEBSTER BRANDENBURG nttend will pleaeo send their names to Secretary K C Walton of tho Interior nie Cioverport wcro visiting Mrs Lor a How many paronts having pupils in tho Mr II C Kawliogs went to Louisville School days havo come again Journal at once so that ho can arrange for Gardiner last week High School room nro requiring them to last Monday their transportation Mr Frank Jolly is a candidato for sur- Â¬ Success to your worthy paper Mr study in the afternoon during school time Mr Alonzo Morcmcn has sown fifty Editor Mr Jolly is a young Democrat veyor Ono or two parents havo told me they acres of wheat Muou Fowler principal of the High and a worthy young man Little Enimett Frymicr went to Irving couldnt keep them in well if you cant school has tho following remarks of Judge Miss Angis Dowden marries on tho 8ih ton Sunday Miss Lillie dnugbter of Mr Henry keep them in now at fifteen years of ago S E Dellnven of tho Shelby Circuit Lewis went to New Albany Ind last of this month We will soon havo n now Semlnnry in when do you expect to get control of your posted in n conspicuous place in his school Monday to visit her brother Mr D W Lewis was in tho city several children Wo the teachers need your ns course of erection room nnd they ought to be posted on every All persons haying accounts with us days of last week wo need your Mr John W Howell is erecting n resi- Â¬ Bistnnce to make a success Idleness is cross roads in the county Mr and Mrs J A McGeheo went to dence visits to the school room we want you to will please come and settle as we desire to on Story Avenue Â¬ the greatest curso of the nge from it re show your children and to show us that sell for cash In the future Beard Beeler Louisville last week The colt show that whb held in Walkers sult so many of tho crimes of tho day Let you tako some Interest In the school ex- Â¬ k DeJernctlo II T Hoynes was in Cioverport and grove was largely attended tho father keep his son in employment or ert yourselves a little it will make you Messrs Beard Beelcrit DeJernelto hnve Owensboro last week at school until he is twenty oue years of Monday b little poro and stiff at first but you will The district school opened A Ditto jr and Wm attended the races with sixty nine pupils enrolled first class sewing machine which they age and I would be willing to go that a get nsed to it if you keep it up long young mans security that ho would be- Â¬ would like for nil of their customers to call in Louisville last week Southern M E Church will soon be enough try the experiment and examine in this come an honest upright truthful citizen Very little corn has been cut up completed It is a beautiful building If you bnvo any geological specimens But at the ago of sixteen givo him all the Miss Ella Smith Mrs Sutton Miss Lucy section owing to its being so green costing 3000 curious rocks etc that you dont vnluo spending money ho wishes a shot gun and Moorman Mr Roland Smith nnd wife Dr Wm Dugnn Louisville was down Webster is a beautiful littlo cily on tho very highly we would be glad to have you a pointer dog nnd the devil will have a left last Monday to attend ths Fall Cele- Â¬ Sunday to see some of his patients L St L nnd T railroad fifty one miles donate them or loan them to the High mortgago on him before he is nineteen bration nt Louisville Misses Lillinn Lewis left Monday to visit from Louisville nnd ninety ono miles School Geological Cabinet Tho surveyors ran a new lino into town Mrs G W Willis Richmond Ky from Henderson A school can no more move along without bo Cured Catarrh Cant last Friday Thero is some talk now that Wo hnve had several light frosts but no Adkisson Lyddan k Co have a branch the children having books thnn a carpen- Â¬ with LOCAL APPLICATION ns they the depot will bo put just within a half serious damage that I have heard of They are good busi- Â¬ ter can work without tools yet some par Â¬ store nt Irvington cannot reach the seat of the disease Ca- Â¬ mile of town out near tho Louisville road Mr Richard Wbittv Louisville was tho ness men and will movo tho goods busi- Â¬ ents who are well able to buy nil the books tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease I have a largo and complete Block of ness up lively this fall guest of Miss Lillie Hay last Sunday their children need refuso the State con- Â¬ and in order to cure it you bnvo to take in- Â¬ dry goods boots and shoes hats and caps The following are a few names of the siders it of so much importance that it will Miss Annie Richardson of Garrett spent Halls Catarrh Cure is ternal remedies for the full trade and they roust and will furnish books to those unable to buy It is Adkisson business firms of our town taken internally and acts directly on the week with Miss Mattie McGehee go nt bottom figures for CASH J A last no disgraco to be poor so if you cannot Payne k Compton Lyddan k Co blood nnd mucus surface Halls Catarrh Dr J M Hardin Ed Gentry nnd Judge Wilt buy the books let us know and we will Elder Gilpin Knott k Co Walker Cure is no quack medicine It was pre- Â¬ Richardson were in tho city last week Wanted Teams for hauling lumber have them bought for you books we W M Kennedy Matheney k Raisher scribed by one of the best physicians in Misses Eva Carrigan Jennie Hardin and must have some way or other this country for years and ie a regular pre- Â¬ hickory handle cutters tic makers and Lilly Hay went to Louisvillo Monday k Co all doing a good business scription It is composed of the best tonics hoop pole men by the McCracken Bros Come up and sea the new Mnnaktn for The following are a few names of the Muldrnugh was Miss Fannie Haynes known combined with the best blood puri- Â¬ Call and sec their agent Mr Uiddle at Mrs Eddie tho uso of the physiology class in Prof visitors during the season tho guest of Miss Mary OickerBtaflf last fiers acting directly on the mucus surface tho Lennin Hotel nt once Browns room If n pupil cannot learn Miss Mary Wathen Peron of Louisville Mr nod Mrs J D Beeler gave a social week in- Â¬ Tho perfect combination of the two ofVineGrovo Misses Alice Johnson and something about himself now it is his Mr Aaron Whittleshofer nnd Geo Yea gredients is what produces such wonder- Â¬ party to the young folks of tho place last To teach right wo must havo suit Â¬ fault Mrs of Louisvillo Mablo Stephens Friday night in honor of their cousin Mr kel have returned from their trip to Michi Davie Porter of Chicago Misses Lula able tools and know how to use them Send for ful results in curing catarrh E W Atherton Thero was quite n num- Â¬ Ran testimonials free and Minnie Kuno of Frankfort MisB Mrs M II Fontaine nnd sonVirgil are lccullitr F J Cheney k Co Prop Toledo O ber present and a general jolly time was Misj Lena Hettie Cain of Bcwlryville visiting her father Mr Virgo Hardin had In tho combination proportion and Sold by Druggists price 7flc Gilliland ol Preston Mr Frnnk ORryan Holt Ky preparation of its ingredients Hoods The people of this place are getting a of New Orleans Mr David C Herndon Misses Mary Fnirleigh and Addio G of Spokane Falls Mr G Adam Fryiniro Sarsaparilla accomplishes Tho Hrcckcnrlilgo Company Iiiji little uneasy as to where the supply of cures where Fuirleigh It Intercut Peculiar coal is to come from for the winter But Ditto are visiting Mrs D W Mr Richard Alvis of other preparations entirely fail of Brandenburg In the United States Circuit Court today few of them have bought and those who Louisville of In its good name at homo which is a San Francisco J W Moredock torer of strength abroad peculiar in Judge Barr mado an important order in huve none are depending on tho railroad Mr Wm Baskett of Sandy Hill bought Owensboro the phenomenal sales it has attained the case of Hugh Kennedy against the to put it here a nice lot of mules over in Indiana week lMiynlciuiiN Coiifcm Hoods Sarsaparilla is the most successful A A Breckonridge Company limited Claud Mercer goes into the county before last consclontlous physicians who medicine for purifying the blood giving All honest Bullitt was permitted and to pay into the clerks office this week to assitt Mr Miller A parly of ten gentlemen from Louis give 11 1 I llotanlo lllood Halm a trial strength and creating an appetite Kentucky National Bank as part of the in the affairs of the office Ho will re- Â¬ vill came down on the train last Tuesday lrunkly admit ii superiority over all other working capital for tho account of this main during tho nbsenco of deputy Bell morning to see the gas well on Potior Mi- Â¬ blood medicines The Same Old Ilourd Dr W J Adair Rockmart On writes I company the sum of 5803 and the Ken- Â¬ who will be out for somo timo looking llers place regard U 11 U as ono of the beet blood med Â¬ At the nnnual meeting of tho L St L tucky National Bank is further ordered to after his canvass Judge Woolfolk thinks be will havo icines A II Roscoo Nashville Tenn writci k T stockholders held at Louisville Sept Dr remit to Roberts Lubbock k Co bankers 11 2000 barrels of apples iu his orchard At Mr Thomas II Withers of this place AM reports of D 1 are favorable and 27 the old directors wore re elected with of London England the sura of X2CIQ to tho exception of Mr Sample whose place and Miss Bessie Barnitz will be married one dollar and a quarter per bbl makes it Its speedy uctlon la truly wonderful bo applied to the payment of interest upon Dr J W llhodoi Oruwfurdavillo da is taken by Mr Cayce at the residence of the brides mother in a very fine layout confess 11 1 D Is tho best and writes i I coupons which fell due October 1 1889 Tho new board consists of W V Mc Cbristinnsburg Va on Tuesday Oct 8th Leek Croycroft thought he could hit a quickest medicine for rhouinatlim I ever On motion of II Weissinger it is also Crackeu and Georgo A Evans of New at 11 oclock a m Wo lip our hat to clay pigeon but ten shots Saturday even- Â¬ tried S J Farmer Crawfordsvillo Dr ordered that the Kentucky Natioual Bank da Tom nnd congratulate him on his good ing proved tho thing very differently to writes I cheerfully recommend II D D as York J K McCracken James P Helm pay to Wooley k Buckner the sum of I R R Miss Barnitz is a most estimable him luck Poor shooting at the match again a fine tonlo alterative Its uso cured an ex- - Ridgely Cayce of Louisvillo 000 in full for legal services up to this crcsccnce of the nock after other remedies ef Pierce of Cioverport nud J D Powers young lady Saturday fected no perccptiblo good The order was agreeable to the at Â¬ date of Owensboro of Jacksonville Dr O II Montgomery Mr Biddlo the timber agent hero for I havo not heurd of any boom in gas torneys of all tho parties including Cnas My mother Insisted on my get- Â¬ Ala writes The new board met immediately after McCracken k Co reports that they now stocks lately I am told that all tho Ohio ting II 11 1 for lier rheumatism as her case Hargis k Kitstin Kosel WeiBsing Gibson Sho adjournment and elected the old officers have a number of Baw mills on their lands River stock has floated out into the gulf stubbornly resisted the usual remedies er nnd Muir k flyman Tho last order in experienced Immediate roller ana her Improve Â¬ The president mado a very short report to the case will dispense with fuither pro Â¬ aud the timber is being worked up very Plenty ol others here that are just as good ment has been truly wonderful the stockholders reserving a more com- Â¬ rapidly Ho started twenty teams to haul ns it is to keep A prominent physician who wishes his name ceedings in this court for contempt against not given sayat A patient of inlno whoso plete nnd formal report for the end of the It Wooley nnd B F Buckner who at- Â¬ lumber last Monday and it will be put in a Hurdinshurg will get no I understand caso of tertiary syphilis was surely killing him fiscal year December 31 tached the funds of the company through convenient distanco of the railroad The railroad and likely have to pay her sub- Â¬ and which no treatment teemed to check win Tho showing of tho earnings so far made McCrucKens have a large contract to fill scription Wooentirely cured with ubout twelve bottles of II tho medium of the Chancery Court That will be to bad on the poor Tho railroad company lie waa fairly inado up of akin and is very gratifying on lumber and tlioy hopo to begin moving old town So dont you Cioverport oiks II 1 ley k Buckner wauted about 7000 attor- Â¬ bone and terrible ulcers took tho road from the contractors April 1 Mr Bid fees but it seems a compromise has it the latter part of this month neys laugh at them 1881 Tho gross earnings are as follows UNION STAR been obtained and tho wholo matter settled die has entire control of this work and ho Mr T L Iusey has been assisting in the April flC652 72 is mnking many friends and acquaintances This will result in the dismis amicably It is said that ho bank for somo time May 20C91 CO Mr Jabo Haynes has two sick children in the section where he deals Mr Bid sal of the attachment ense brought in the will succeed tho present teller Mr Lewis 21i55 31 Mr Crafton Cunningham of tho firm Juno die is from Kansas City and since ho has Chnnccry Court Louisvillo Post when ho goes West in December for his 2447 1 31 McConnell k Cunningham wus in town July been hero has formed quite an attachment health ofcourse August 31815 00 last week for Hardlnsburg nnd particularly admires IoiiUville Jobucco llurltut The Earnings for Septembor will show The suits brought against tho railroad the hospitality of her people Mrs Mollio Jolly hns been quite ill but There has been very litllochango in tho a large Increase of busiues over August for the killing of stock is having the desir Â¬ is convalescing New Temple Thcut re The and tho earnings for these two months aro tobabeco market since last week ed effect Several parties received pay for Visitors to tho Owensboro fair next week Miss Dena Wheeler of this vicinity is sufficient if kept up as an averago to pay offerings have ho in largo and embrace a stock last week from the pay train as it of will find the New Temple Theatre one very ill large proportion of low grnde and out of all running expenses interest on tho went down places of amusement in Mr John D Cart is teaching nt Poplar mortgage boudo and n small percentage This fact gives the the most attractive condition tobacco The work train on the L St L k T is Mnnoger Waikins has Becured Grove casual observer tho impression of a lower tho city for stock for every night in the hauling the looso rock from abovo Rock market though the low rango of prices are excellent attractions Miss Lottie Goldstein of Ilcnderjou IlmliliiK u llullroiul will find It a most enter Â¬ Haven where they had so much trouble to Bomo extent attributed to tho quality week and visitors Tho Owensboro Messenger of last week rom slides last winter nnd putting it along has charge of the young ideas at Lookout spend n few hours Miss On Mon Â¬ taining place to and condition of tho offerings A large force ol bands is nt work says School House tho line for balast day Tuesday and Wednesday of this week Mattio Vickers ono of tho most popular Dr Marshall of Stephonport was on on the Louisville Uardinsburg and Wos The Consolidated Gas Co is patting bo the special the market waa decidedly weak and un- Â¬ toubretts on the atage will tern railroad at Lutn Askins place four Sbo Is down another well on the Potter Miller our streets last week attraction lor three of the nights Bidding was slow aud uneven steady miles above I ordsvlllo There aro sever Tboy are stuck on that little Miss Kittle Pollock of Raymond has On Thursday It was thought I lie re was n a charming and pretty little actress and properly al hundred men nt work on the line and Tho ouly territory I thluk relumed home after n short visit at Mr of land largo houses wherever sbo goes tract slightly improved lecling in Hurleys es Â¬ draws tho contractors promise to havo the en they have that they have been able to get Cbappells pecially on better grades While tho To Hie Iuriuor tiro line ready fur the rails by Jannary I enough gas to light Courtland Crosson is slowly but steadily Nino miles of track has already beon laid market was no higher yet there seemed to II you haye anything to sell or if you I was shown a picture of fourteen cooks regaining his health ho stronger competition Evidently sev Â¬ wish to buy anything The News will ad Â¬ over which a construction train is running eral now orders bad come in Richard McAfee has beon quite sick Ibe road will bo in operation by March 1 vertise it for you free of charge provided taken in a groupe from Los Angelos Cal Iu dark tobaccos there is still no change it does not make over three lines These the other day nnd I must say it is the but is recovering Brockonridflo Circuit Court No demand has yet loen found for this notices will be placed in a column set loveliest groupe that my eye ever witnes Â¬ O M McGlothlan was in Uardinsburg Terrel Is included In the groupe last week typo Occasionally a nice sound bodied apart for that purpose and you will confer sed Ulliabetk Nixon Green River leaf is offered and sells at a a favor on The Nlws by making use of it and II she has any sympathy for old hach On Petition and It O Richardson spont moat of last lor friends she will bring a few in with her H W Nixon her husband fair price hut the strictly dark tobacco is week out of town when she comes Notice la hereby given that Klltabeth Nixon almost utterly without friends nnd is sell Â¬ Mr Joo D Uruner is very ill at his and H W Nixon her husband have thla dsy ing as low or lower than it has for several Messrs U II Livers and R U Nevltt fllod their joint petition In tho Ilreckenridgo bought n lot of mules down the river homo in the country near Preston year Circuit Court seeking a deoree empowering When riaby wm ilck we gavo her CoitorU Mrs Wm Allen of Preston wnsjn her to uso sell and convey for her own bene In Howards stable They are holding forth Reports from the new indicate a small fit any property ah may own or aoaulre free orleU for faitorla They are going to town recently crop and a largo proportion of it of In Â¬ When tho was Child ho until they can build from the olaliss or debit of her husband to Whoa tlio becamo Mlu sbo clung to Caatorla old post y m put up a large stable above the ferior quality and badly worm eaten make contracts sue and be sued as single kbo gava tboin Cattorl When she bad Children woman to trade In her own name and to dis office stand Our town Is badly In need ofa Cutting of the now crop is progressing Many Persons pose of her property by will or deed good livery stable and these geutlemen aro Are broken down from overwork or household rapidly and it will probably all he in tho Klltabeth Nixon Iron Illttcrs lint class horse mon nnd will certainly we Far Â¬ house within tho next ten days Murray k Mercer It W Nixon rebuilds the syttcm aids digestion removes ez givo satisfaction Attorneys fur Petitioners mers Homo Journal coaof bile aw cures malaria U tlw genuine The Mississippi Republicans have nomi Â¬ nated Gen James Chalmers an The only surpriso for Governor about this thing is that they would put a ticket in tho field at all as they havent tho slightest chance to elect ono is Missirsippi J D Bed For Integrity of Its Drawings and Prompt payment of Its prizes Attcstod as follows t We do hereby certify that tee supervise the arrangements for ail the Momlhly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana Stale Lottery Company and in person manage and control the Drawings them selves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and in good faith toward all parties and we authorize the Company to use this certftcate with fac similes of our signatures attached in its advertisements y New York Store LOUISVILLE KY Fourth Ave AUGUSTUS SHARPES Com in lialonorsi undersigned Jlanks and Dank ers will pay all Prizes drawn in theLouls iana Stale Lotteries which may be pre- Â¬ sented at our counters It III WAIJINL lrc Louisiana We the Jf niMtlti A Niitlonul Hank OVItt KOllN lrc Union National Ilunlc GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING In tional llauk IIALIMVIN Pre National Hank IANAUX rrci State Na- Â¬ Now Orleans the Academy of Muslo NewOrlcans Tuesday October 15 1889 Capital Prize 300000 Twenty Dollar 100000 Ticket at10 Quartern 0 each IIiivcIm Tenth 2 Twentieth list or rntir8 1 CAPITAL PUIZK OF I UllAND 1IUZK UF 1 1 300000 U0000 300000 100000 2 LAHOK PHIZES OF 5 PHIZES OP 2S i 100 LAltUE PHIZES OF 50000 25000 10000 6000 1000 600 300 200 200 600 APPROXIMATION FB1ZEB 100 Prlzoa of 500 are 100 Prizes of 300 are 100 Prizes of 200 are 999 Prizos of 100 are 999 Prizos of 100 are 60000 25000 20000 25000 25000 50000 80000 100000 Tkbjiinai Phizes 50000 30000 20000 99900 99900 3134 Prizes amounting to 1051800 Noik Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not entitled to terminal lrfzcs AGENTS WANTED JLirFot Club rates or any further information desired write legibly to tho undersigned cloarly ttatlng your rcsldonce with State County Street and Number Alorcrapld return mall delivery will be assured by your enclos Â¬ ing an Envolopo bearing your full address r or ill A DATJFIIIN AVuvllillirtoil D O Iy ordinary letter containing Money Order IMPORTANT twin IU A DAUPHIN New Orleans In Issued by all Express Companies New York Exchange Druft or Postal Note We pav on CuBBKNcr sent us by Express of 5 or over Address Registered Letters to NEW OULUANS NATIONAL HANK New Orlcusi Ia HEMEMnER that the payment of alt prizes Is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL RANKS of New Orleans and the Tickets aro algned by the President of an Institution whose chartered rights are recognized In tho highest Courts j therefore beware of any imita Â¬ tions or annonymoua schemes ONE DOLLAR la the price of the amalleit part or fraction of a Tlckot ISSUED RY US In any Drawing Anything in our name of fered for loss that a Dollar la a swindle LatiiMVlllo Market Koport Corrected weekly by II W Herndon Commission Merchants 144 3d atroot 1 50 Applea fancy cholco 1 25 1 00 common Potatoes 75 Onions 75 Dried Apploa Zi Dried Poacbot Vi Pours 1 75 Hay now 7 00 Hay old 12 00 Oats 20 KCorn 35 Whoat 76 Veal calves 4 Egg H Vuttor fa Cblckcna Spring 2 50 Chlckona old 2 50 Feathers prime 43 Feathers mixed 25 Hag Co 1 1 75 1 1 1 40 25 00 25 Z Si Â¬ 2 25 9 00 13 00 22 30 77 yA 15 10 2 75 2 75 AV 35 Â¬ Ileciwax Tallow Green Hides Dog Hid Sbcep Pelts 3 i 22 21 Â¬ yt 8i 35 2 60 33 Qlnicng Yellow Root May Applo Rout 4 VA 1 00 2 65 35 4 LIVE STOCK Hogs cholco paoklng Hogs light Cattle extra shippers boat butchera modlum common Sheep good shipping common extra lambs common lamtt r 4 4 25 4 10 3 60 3 00 2 25 100 3 50 1 00 4 4 4 3 2 2 4 2 30 fe 25 00 26 75 00 00 50 V 4 75 3 60 6 00 4 25 Wanted 1000000 Hickory Spokoa 600000 foot Kim Poles 600000 feet Hlokory lumber OWENSBORO WHEEL CO Oweniboro Ky ToEroBAlBIl3ABSs Attorney at Court House OFFICE r m Ky Â¬ llrowus HardinSburi RWWii J JjJBBPPBIlMllrtPiiSti i ccullar points mtko Hood air snparllla superior to nil otlicr medicines Iectillar In combination proportion nnd rrcnarntlon of lnerpiiinnu Hoods Barianaril- l- nojjosso tho full ciirntlro valuo of tho best known romodlos tho cgctablo king dora Many ifJBBfciAini VAtiifiiijirii rT v 7 M m tikpprJhl JMJAiiitfiiiMiBtfHBMBMHBiBBtttyiMWfflffltWi mimmmmaiMmmmmmaammmmmammmmmmmtmmm i i yhv - - Peculiar J Jr itj jC iotui hhivitiin Tlio river Is rlsltR I or clinlcn crcccrlv i to It K nmii Slop ut thu Irvington Ky Moor nt Hotel Irylngtoii K k Co a Fresh II o mid Java cclTeM nt il Monrinnti k Cus G Now Model Harrow II H Moorman k Co a on exhibition Hoods Bar tlio only merit Which ein trnlv bo Mllll Ono Hundred Dosm -rrt1f u jucuicincs in Ono tmuar- VP mrgcr mm smaller bottles larger doses and do not produco ns good results ns Hoods Peculiar lit Its medicinal merits Hoods Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures hith Â¬ erto unknown nnd In tvnn fnr unir tlio tltlo of Tlio greatest blood rccuiiar in nnd economy saiiariua is clno iTtVStrcnntli Xivy Ayrcqulro S S Tlin best Imnd mnJo siuldlo for only 10 nt 1 V k D 3 lttclmdaons Si titl jour npplua to II W Horn Jon k Co for top prices nnd quick returns Tho Hint bound train yesterday lind threo coachos nil well filled with people Several kitchens nnd nmnko houses In tlio West ond wcro robbed Monday night INsoh lUmeilv Inr Catarrh h fur sale by W Short lrlco fiO els Circuit Court convenes at Hardinsburg tho third Monday In this month II W Ucrndou k Cj lira tho only strictly commission house in Louisville Wanted 600000 hoop poles barrol and hogshead Wm Vest k Socs The largest nnd best selected stock of furniture in iho city nt Adklssnn k Mat OUR VISITORS During the Full Celebration cannot spend an hour or so moro pleasantly or more profitably than by visiting our immense es- Â¬ tablishment We mado up for the coming Fall and Winter seasons the largest and most completely perfect stock of Mens Wo can suit Hoys and Childrens Clothing we over handled any taste and fit any size in Suits and Overcoats standing ours is the best Clothing in tho city I 111 Presenting tlio New Mfiflf AmericanSewingMachine 4miHjiiiit 1 fVjtl JIB 4T k jjjSjfe3SirMi Jffll lints Adklsion wants to know tho mattor with Jimmy Wheolcra ks Duck well llnglys One half million honp poles wanted by Win Vest k Sons Call nnd get prices and sizes Notwith Â¬ better goods bet Â¬ ilJB - A H sX purlllor ovor uome tlicro Is now of Hoods Sarsaparllla iccuiiarinitSgoodiiamo jfk dlscovorodr 0s purifiers phenome fcowoii who than of abroad has sold In t ritiIs mado otlicr blood rccullar In Its I record of sales sg rmoro y no other preparation over attained such popu larity In so short a time nnu rciaincu us popularity A and confluenco among all classes of pcoplo bo steadfastly Do not bo induced to buy other preparations but bo suro to get tho Tcculiar Mcdlclno Tr Sold b all dragoUts by 0 1 HOOD CO Hoods Sarsaparilla 01stxforfj 100 Posos Ono Dollar 1rcparedonlr Aputhocailcf Lowell Mm Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27T889T FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS Wo aro authorlied to nnnounco GRORGEH MADDEN as a Candldnto for Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to tho action of Democratlo State Convention forIudge court of appeals Wo aro authorized to announco JOHN ROBERTS as a candidate for of tho City of Louisville Judgo of tho Court of Appeals subject to the of tho Democratic party ot tho Third action Appellato District for county court clerk We are authorized to announco GRANVILLE S WILSON as a candtdate for County Breckenridge county subject the Democratlo party Court Clerk of to the action of We are authorlied to announce WM party H BELL as n candidate for tho office of County Court Clerk of Breckenridge county August Eloctlon 1890 subject to tho action of tho Democratic Wo aro authorlied to announco J E 1 as a candidato enridge county suojojt to tho action of tho Democratic party We are authorlied to annouuee monarch for County Court Clerk of Breck R SSKILLMAN uouri viieric of lircckenridxe county subject to tho action of tho Democratlo party Wo are authorlied to announco D H SEVERS as a candiJato for County Court Clerk ot Brockcnrldgo county subject to tho action of tho Democratlo party Wo aro authorlied to announco as a candidate for county R C RICHARDSON of Union Star as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breckenridge County subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorlied to announce JOE C C B BUZBY as a candidate for County Court Clerk subjoct to tho action of the Democaratlo party Wo aro authorlied to announco WEYMUTII as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breckenridge county subject to the action of the Democratlo party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We aro authorlied to announco JUDGE MILTON BOARD as a candidate for re election for County At- Â¬ Subject to torney of Breckenridge County the action ot the Democratic party Wo aro authorlied to announce II F MATTHEWS as a candidate for County Attorney of Brock Â¬ cnrldgo County subject to tho action of the Democratlo party FOR JAILER Wo are authorlied to announce as a candidato for Jailer of Brcckenridgo coun- Â¬ ty subject to tho action of tho Democratlo JOHN W BEAUCIIAMP party 1 - We are authorlied to announce H C HADDOCK as a candidato for Jailor of Breckenridge County subject to the action of the Democratlo party We are authorlied to announce JABEZ JORDAN as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Breck Â¬ enridge county subject to the action of tho Democratlo party FOR ASSESSOR We aro authorlied to announco M a candidate for Asttisor of Breckenrldgo with S W Parsons ond Clayton county Crosson as deputies subject to the action of the Democratlo party Wo are authorlied to announce JAS W LYONS W V VESSELLS as a candidate for Assessor of Breokonrldge county with Ittchard 11 Cox and J 11 Blytho as deputies subject to he action of the Demo- cratlo party Wo are authorlied to announce W T GREGORY as a candidato for the office of Assessor Breck Â¬ enridge county subject to the notion of the Democratlo party Alf llobards and J B Coleman deputies FOR SHERIFF We are authorised to announce a candidate for Sheriff of Breckenrldgo llhodes nnd W 0 Moor county with W man as deputies Subject to the action of the Democratlo party Wo art autorlied fo announco as as a candidate for Sheriff of Breckenridge County with BobUlasscock and Jm B Biggs as deputies subject to the action of tho Demo- - HENRY B HEAD J S DeJERNETTE cralio party FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGE W are authorised to announco as a candidate for Judge of Breckenrldgo county subject to the action of tho Democratlo part THOS ADKISSON Tho handsomest and cheapest stock of i CO looks liko a very small amount of fjrniluro In tho cily can bo foutiu ut J L Our salesmen will depending on large sales to help us out money but it buys a very nice g wits sad Mlllors dlo ffom tho ltivharddons take pleasure in showing visitors through whether they wish In furniture paints oils nnd window Cbnrllo Patterson has shipped from glass Adklsson k Mattlngly lead tho trado to buy or not this city this season fivo enr loads of for low prices apples direct to New York City Accidents nre always happening Twen-ty-fiEverybodys head is turned toward conts will socuro you n policy for Owensboro and the fair next week Look Seo J L Miller 3000 out wo nre coming one hundred thousand If you wnnl a stove nnd have tho money strong you can savo 10 or 15 per cent by buying Tho services nt Fishers Hall conduct- Â¬ It from 11 P k D S Ilichardson ed by Ilev John M Goodwin of Owens- Â¬ Hon D It Murray has received word boro will continue throughout this week that Rev Qco 0 Uarnes will conduct n and possibly next revival in this city somo time very soon Dr E R Pennington will not return to Wanted Twenty five mon to get out Ureckenridge county his old home He S E COR THIRD AND MARKET STS LOUISVILLE KY Apply nt onco to Hickory Spokes has decided to remain at Owensboro and L D Addison Addison Ky practice his profession Distress nfter eating heartburn sick Icraonitl The L St L and T management has headache aud indigestion nre cured by ordered two fifty ton four drive wheel Mn Wm Watklm went to Holt Sunday It also creates a engines of the consolidated pattern of Hoods Sarsaparilla Mr J 0 Nolte went to Irvington Monday AND CLOVERPORT ENTITLED TO good appetite the Pittsbnrg Locomotivo Works Fred Dollaven has returned from Loultve A SLICE Mr W J Hon of Owensboro nnd Miss Mr Charlie Mattingly will build a large Mln Dron Gregory wont to Louisville Mon Â¬ in tho Cqminpky of Cnnnelton assisted two atory brick business house on his IIolrH to tlio ViiNt Ilshcr Untitto lit day muBic at the Christian church services vncnnt lot next to Mr Alex Boyds saloon Mr Jhni Furrow went to Ovremboro last lorinaiiy Iivlnir In Mil City last Sunday Ho expects to have it ready before the Tho Eliznbothtown News of the 27th week David bad weather setsin Tho Ilawesvillo Dullot says Judgo J S Wilkerion li at home for a fow liaB this to say Powers has joined tho Clint Ford Dramat- Â¬ President McCrackens private car The large estate of 51000000 in Ger Â¬ days ic company which is doing tho Central Mr John Thtxtou jr of Owensboro li In passed down Monday with a party of many that is lying in banks waiting for the Kentucky towns Louisville rcntlemen to go out over tho discovery of tho heirs who all reside in the city Youll feel like kicking yourself if yon Owensboro and Falls of Rough to Fords Mr and Mn II A Oelio went to Louisville America is likely to cross the water in a buy a stove betore seeing tho Richardsons vllle Tuesday Bhort time and part of it will find its wny Monday They nre just a little cheaper with them Mr Jesso W Oircn went to Louisville Mr Chas Babbage has accepted a po- Â¬ into the pockets of Bomo mighty clever than any other house in this city The fortune Thursday sition with II C Armstrong wholesalo folks down here in Unrdin Get ready for tho Owensboro fair next grocer of Louisville Mr D C Turrcntino of llrandenburg is In Ho will travel the will come through Bosannn Fisher the first week Trains will leave this city every river territory nnd visit the trade here white child born in Kentucky tho time tho city morning at 040 oclock enrrjing passen Â¬ being November 1781 nnd the place the old Mr J F Sulzer of Troy lad was In tho next week Save him a complimentary gers for one fore for the round trip fort near where the town of Danville now city Sunday order J L Miller Ib ogent for The Travelers She was married to Martin Har atnndn Mr John T Ditto of Brandenburg spint B F k D S Richardson aro genuine Accidental InBurauce Companythe largest din of Washington county in tho year Sunday In town hustlers in hardware stoves and saddlery afterwards near in the world Twenty five cents will carry Mr J H Johnson of Hardinsburg went to They knock tho bottom out on prices and 180C and settled soon a 3000 policy for twenty lour hours Elizabethtown where she died about twen- Louisville Sunday if a man wants anything in their lino he is Martin Hardin and wife John Smith will resign his position on pretty ctrtnln to get it They are regu- Â¬ ty years ago Mr Burrel Heard of Hardimburg was In the Ilardinsburg stage Hue in a fow days lar bargain makers and close cutters for wcro tho parents of eight children Ben the city yesterday to accept n place as messenger for tho trnde Hardin of Nolin Mrs Lyda A Williams Mr and Mrs F N DHuy went to Ste of Sonorn Lettitia LaRue of Tenncsseo U S Express Company oa tho L St L phensport Monday Messrs Poindextcr k Greathouse pro- Â¬ and T Annie Howslcy of Leavenworth Kansas Mn Judgo J C Drashoar of Stephonsportj prietors of the Lewisport Brick and Tile Artemetia Merriott of Nolin Mary Cofer wns In town Saturday says The Works were here Monday examining Tho Harford Herald our of Judgo Cofer both dead and Mar Â¬ mother National Police Gazette of September 19 clay with a view of moving their plant hero Miss Maliada Dhonau Is visiting her sister tin nnd Stephen Hardin both raised in this Mrs M contains an excellent portrait ol Jul Hamman at Holt If tho right kind of clay can be fouud and deceaseJ Some of the older county now Edwin Forbes commander of Post No 11 wo think it can in great abundance Mr It 0 Willis and wife of LcltchOcld aro these con- Â¬ ones of these peers who frequently G A It of Fordsvillo Ky the guests of Dr J T Owen gentlemen with a littlo encouragement will versed with the subject of her aoccstry are with the move their plant here at once Brown has contracted Dr Dr and Mrs W B White jr of Tell Clly very confident the heirship to the vast Lewis Bros to build three cottages on the Prof P H Bagby of the State Geo- Â¬ fortune in Germany can be readily traced Ind aro visiting In tho City ot ho recently purchased from the Pres Â¬ logical Survey has been in this county Mlsi Jennlo Murphy accompanied by her The mattter will probably be looked after This Is the kind of for two months taking byterian church notes and observn lawyer or two employed to mother went to Hardinsburg Sunday and a keen public spirit that builds up a town Dr J E- - Brown and wife took In the Booth tions of our mineral resources Ho has trace out tho genealogy and secure their using Ganters magic ben stationed with bis corps at Stephens Wo have been and Barrett dramatic Festival last week sbaro of the fortune chicken cholera cure very successfully port and Hardinsburg and finished bis Mr Taylor Atwood keeper of the poor house While it may be true that Hardin county No work there last week He says wo have all others and havo dispensed with is entitled to some of this large estate still near Hardinsburg was In town last week diseases less food nnd fine plumage one of tho finest counties in the State and from information gathered by a reporter of Mr John Gregory ir Is visiting his son Sold that her mineral resources are far above Poultry Yards Gordonvill Ky the Nkws it is beyond a doubt a certain Â¬ Mr Phil Gregory In Loulaville this week and warranted by G V Short He found splendid beds of ty that Cloverport is justly entitled to a an average Messrs A R Fisher and T F Sawyer aro A K of P lodge has been organized in asphalt iron ore marl and natural gas in large share of it Our reporter taking In tbe Celebration at Louisville this He thinks Cloverport with called on Mrs J S Wilkerson who was week We notice among its abundance Elizabethtown her natural gas has a brilliant future officers the name of our fellow townsman Squire Goo Harned and Son Kira and Mr Miss Elizabeth Fisher before her marriage and friend Prof R E Woods as Past The Oglesby Bros have wo understand Mrs Wilkerson states that her paternal Sidney Brock of Custer went to Louisville Wo are glad to seo him idenChancellor given Mr McCracken the refusal of arnndimrentg lived died and were buried Sunday tifying bimaelf with eo good an order Miss Efllo Duncan has returned from a ploas enough ground for the machine shops the on a farm near tho site of the present city Harry Basbum nt Bewlcyville keeps sale to be closed as Boon as tbe vote for of Danville ond that her father moved from ant visit to her brother Mr II A Duncan of The the shops is carried They will also lay that place to this county while other mem Owensboro ono of the best hotels in this county Judge J S Wilkerson accompanied by his to a better off a portion of their farm into town lots bcrs of tho family settled in Missouri and Nkws man never sat down wife and daughter Miss Ettta went to Louis Â¬ meal than he got there on a recent trip and offer them or sale This is another Illinois She further says that her people havo ville today The table was bountifully supplied with move thnt the News is glad to note in tbo Mrs J D Babbage and children aro spend everything one could wish and the best of direction of general good for tho whole been talking and working on this matter town If the people who own available to her certain knowledge for the past forty ing the week in Louhwlllo tho guest of her sit all it was admirably cooked well served lands will put them on the market at a years and that she can provo beyond a ter Mrs D W Falrlelgh and that too by the prettiest girl in Bew Mr M Moseley of Fellvllle passed through fair price they will be readily taken by doubt that she is one of tho direct heirs to leyvllle tbe new comers who will build on them this Immense fortune which if truo and town Saturday en route to Hardinsburg to Hnr An old German employed on the All we wo have no reason to doubt it will benefit visit his brother Dr Moseley and our town will go right ahead dinsburg branch was brought into Irving Â¬ Mrs Mary Munford of noar Guston accom Â¬ died soon want is to get a start and the procession several others in this section of the counton last Saturday evening and panied by her daughter Mis Iusey of Chica- Â¬ Mrs Wilkerson try besides He had been sick for several will move along at a doublo quick rate afterwards go pall our city a pleasant visit last week Among whom nre Mrs Amanda Fisher days in camp and contracted n deep cold JLroctor Will Hun Mr A J Emerlcb tho popular representa Â¬ Fisher Mrs Dolia Fish widow of Barnett He went to Irvington to from exposure Tho Hon Proctor Knott is a candidate er widow of Squire Ezekiel Fisher whose tive of the Fulton Avenue Browery Evans arrived was see a physician and juct as he for tho United States Senato you may put busbandk were brothers to Mrs Wilkerson vllle Ind was interviewing bis trade hero taken with a congestlvo chill and died that down as certain said tho Hon Harry and Jeremiah Bacon tbe senior member yosterday His name was P P Gallshark Gorin of Glasgow discussing politics with Mrs Misses Ella Smith Lucy Moorman of the large Louisville dry goods house Cards are out announcing the marriage a friend this morning I saw a letter fmm Geo Hook and Mn Sutton of Hardinsburg whose wife was a sister of Mrs Wilkerson of Miss Bessio Barnttz ofChristiansburgh a very near friend of Mr Knott the other through tbo city Monday en route to Like tbe Hardin county heirs these heirs passod Vn to Mr Thomas Hardin Withers of day and It wns in tho interest of his can- Â¬ Louisville have secured the services of good lawyers Hardinsburg Tuesday October 8th nt didacy Mr II S Wiley aud family roturned from and will at once proceed to provo their Mon- Â¬ Mr Withers left 11 oclock a m It has been generally understood that claim to a portion oi the estate and the Meade county yesterday Mrs Margaret day enroute to tho home of his fair bride Smith Mn Wileys mother and Dr Geo but not thought Mr Knott was willin News trusts that they may be successful Smith of Carthage Mo returnod with them There is not a more deserving or popu- Â¬ that be would mako any active canvass for lar young man in our county nnd tho the place In fact he has stated this much Npeclal Train One fare for the Hold Iorliiuo Well a Hummer News extends congratulations in advance With such good ones in The himself in public Hound Trip Tbe Gold Fortune well was only con Â¬ in as the Hon James MoKenzie Hon Proc- Â¬ Wo havo several new announcements tbe Commencing to day Wednesday sidered n medium sized well when it was this issue and wo are proud to say that tor Knott Hon James B McCreary and L St L and T railroad will run a spec- Â¬ In the good cit- Â¬ with Senator Joseph 0 S Blackburn a first struck but the devolopemants they are all representative men few days shows that It is ono if the best ial train from this cily to the Henderson izens trjo Democrats nnd the party will big favorite leaving a margin for acci- Â¬ last in the field Last Sunday night it decided fair charging one fare for tho round trip tho ticket be safe with any of them on dents the next Senatorial race may not to assert itself and let people know that it The train will leave the depot at CIS a in The trouble Is where so many clever fel- Â¬ be bad at all Louisville Times About 10 arriving at Henderson at 1010 a m Re- Â¬ was something of a gas well choice be Â¬ lows are running is to make a oolook Capt J H Rowland saw a very turning will leave Hendersou at 530 p m liucklciD Arnica Salve AlTwo can say Is to select tween them derrick and started Uenderson is a little slow on machine The best salve in tho world for cuts bright light Inside tbe your favorite and go for htm but do it in Just about the shops but she gets up a good fair and sores ulcers salt rheum fever over to seo what it meant a quiet gentlemanly way so thcro will be bruises chapped bands chilblains the well a fearful ex Â¬ those of oar people who want to enjoy a sores tetter time he arrived at no bard feelings in tho end corns and all skin eruptions and positive Â¬ plosion took place and tho plug In the hole pleasant visit Bhould go down It is Piles or no pay required ly cures A steam clover huller passed through fjfty feet In tbe air guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or was sent a hundred nnd The New Time Card this city from Stcrretts bottom last Thurs Â¬ money refunded Price 25 cents per box followed by a big flash ol fire that shot to A new time card went into effect last day en routo to Holts bottom Just as it For sale by G W Short Cloverport Ky derrick and sot tho ropes tho top of the L k T railroad was crossing tho Murray bridge near Mr nnd J A Witt Hardinsburg Ky It appenred to him Sunday on the L St nnd pullles on fire change is in train No 101 going 8kllinau8 the bridgt gave wny and the JTIux Sladlortu HI It and ongine house would The only that the derrick o of IB 500 East which passes this city at 5 61 p m The only ongino went partly through consumed beforo men could be got G A Dully News reporter dropped into all be Weldon p m as beforo thing that saved it from being a total Tho explosion however instead of well known clothing to extinguish it station has boon changed to Brandenburg being attached to the tougue Max Stadler k Cos wreck was Its Grand st alarmed the neighborhood and they came There establishment at Broadway and sacoeedod in put- Â¬ of the machine which held If up Worth Kuowiuir held a telegraph despatch in his rushing to the senno and The latter were two men on tho engine both escaped ting it out without serious damago HuattEs Toxic Tbo old timo reliable right hand that read liko this unhurt Every since the explosion the well has remedy for Fever and Ague Reputation New OhUaxs July 20 1889 You can doubled In Its output of gas and is now one earned by thirty years success Parties visiting Louisville this weok Max 8TADLKn New York upon it Thy It I DnuuuisTS Gas stocks are depend visit J Winter k Coa In the field of the best should not foil to fifty thousand IIAVC IT bouyant and there is n better feeling all mammoth clothing house on tho corner of M A Dauiiiin Notice I Tbey have one of the people in tho West ond aro Third and Market In tho other hand Mr Stadler held ono urouod The There will be a meeting of Murray Post handsomest how windows in tho city and quarler ticket No 151CC in the July very much elated over their gas prospects No 19 G A R at Jo Touts shop on the you should not miss a sight of It And If drawing of tho Louisiana Stato Lottery All first Saturday In October 1889 at Webulcr you want anything In the way of clothing Mr Stadler took his ticket to his friend Entertainment jmt step Inside and meutlon the Biikokkn Manager Uoey of the Adams Express The ladles of the Methodist church at soldiers are cordially invited to attend MbUE Nkws and you nro very certain to Company New York Webster will give an entertainment next Crackers coffee and bacon will be served for collection besides attention special receive Friday October 4tb in tho old church at to all Dally News August 7 Jo Taul being shown the best and cheapest things that place to raise money to complete Saui Taui amen It it a first olast xo va in their establishment ck gotxl for nothing their new church It will oimmenco at 2 Cum Wm Tkndkm wall Ot you aro all worn out debility Try bouse and jou may rely on every thlnjr l gnrHl p m and continue until 11 oclock II Wm A iin oclock being just ut represented MHOW 1HOX MSTTJiKa SeM at night Evoryhody Invited to nttnnd they sell you at J T OA8TIK K Dont fall to call on them ter cut and better made wo have figured our profits very low JULIUS WINTER GO to the public vc nsstiic them that no expense or trouble has been spared to make it THE BEST MACHINE KNOWN facilities for the manu present a machine that superior to any in the to sew light and heavy Â¬ Old KoliaIlo Clothier 51000000 Many years of experience and abundant facture of sewing machines enables us to will be fully equal and in many respects market Its high finish its capacity and power fabrics without changing the tension The Arrangement to Regulate the Length of Stitch so as to change while operating and return to the original num ber of stitches per inch all these and Â¬ MANY OTHER IMPROVEMENTS will make it u favorite not only with families but for manufacturing purposes In constructing this machine it has been our aim to secure durability as well as mechanical excellence and also to avoid the use of springs Â¬ u JFSULZERBRO Cloverport Ky ANNUAL -- OI -- jj SIXTEENTH FAIR TIII- 2- Daviess County Fair Company Owensboro Kontucky CO wnii in iiiid at tIlICNClMi TUESDAY OCT 8 1889 And Continuing Five Days OFFICERS Dll II TODD resident C HEllll Vice resident C H PHIL T WATKINS Treasurer JOHN W CAHTElt Secretary DIRECTORS II W Miller Q i W Gates E P Taylor J J Seven Eldred Craltrec Swocncy JI P Mattingly Dr J II Hickman SPEED RING Trotting and Ten Running racos during tlio meeting aggregating I7fiO In purses ADMISSION Adults 2Scts Chllilron over 6 yoars nnd under IS years of age 15cts Children nndcr C years Admission to Grand Stand 10 cts frco All vohlcles and animals free First day Ladies and Children under IS years of age frco For further particulars seo large iostcrs nnd premium list Â¬ WGARTBRSeca LOUISVILLE KYa IRYANT Hook Krcplng Short STRATTOlisrNKsCOLLEGY Hand Trlrgraphy Jte rite for Vatatoyue and full information Â¬ Â¬ lrl j mourejoaaHtU iv ia thereto and said condition hall bo obligatory AN ORDINANCE nnd binding upon all or any successors or To subscrlbo to the capital stock of tho lessees or grantees of snld Hallway Cmpany Louisville St Louis and Texas Hallway forover and novcr shall bo romovod from said Company In consideration that laid company city by said Company or nny successor shall locate vnd operate Its machlno shops In lessee or grantee J or near Cloverport The said stoek shall not be subscribed lie it ordained by the Mayor and City Coun- Â¬ for nor shall said bonds bo delivered to said cil of the City of Cloverport Hallway Company beforo nor until tho snld That the Mayor of the City of Clover- Â¬ Louisville J 1 St Louis and Texas Hallway port Is hereby directed and authorlied to tub Company shall entorlnto a covenant with tho scribe for and on behalf of said city to the city with security to bo approved by tno capital stock of the Louliville St Louis and Council of said city that It will faithfully per Â¬ In tho sum of form execute and carry out eaoh Company Texas Hallway ovcry two hundred provision of this ordinance required andbo per Â¬ Dollars Twenty Thousand to shares as now authorlied by tho charter of formed exocuted and carried out by said laid Comnnny to be lnued which said stock Company shall be delivered to laid city as paid up and i 5 Tho foregoing provisions of this or Â¬ non assessable itook to the said amount of dinance shall not tako effect until an election twenty tbouiand dollars shall be held at which tho lawful voters under J 2 That the Mayor of tho city Is hereby tho charter of said city shall voto upon tbo directed and authorlied to delUer to tho said question of whether or not tho proposition of Hallway Com Â¬ said Hallway Company as set Louisville St Louis and Texas forth In tho pany In payment for said stoek tho bonds of forogolng provisions or this ordinance shall bo the city of Cloverport to the amount of Twenty acocpted And for this purposo It Is hereby of flvo ordered by tho Council that n poll Thousand Dollars In denomination shall bo hundrod dollars each which said bonds shall oponed and an election held nt lorao conven Â¬ mature and bocotuo payable thirty yean after ient placo In said city on the 17th day of tbelr dato and shall bear Interest at the rate October 188V tho same to be conducted by of flvo per centum per annum payable semi Â¬ tho offlcers of said city as provided for by tho annually Said bonds shall have coupons at Â¬ city charter In casos of tbe election of Coun tached for the Installments of Interest nnd tho cllmon for said city at which tho sonso of tho bonds fttd coupons shall be signed by the qualified voters shall be taken upon the said Mayor and Cleric of said city Tbo seal of tho proposition A book shall be provided by the City shall be affixed to tho bonds city In which the name of tho person applying 3 Tho said bondi shall be Inued under to vote shall bo recorded and tho question In conformity to and as authorised by tbo act hall bo propounded Are you In favor of tbo ot the General Assombly of tbo Commonwealth tax for machine ihopi at Cloverport and If act to amend tho the voter respond In tbo affirmative An of Kentucky entitled bit voto charter of the Louisvile St Louli and Texas shall bo recordod In the appropriate column Railway approved May 4th 1883 If he respond In tbe nogatlve his voto shall bo I 4 The said subscription of stock and reoorded In tbo appropriate column and tho Issual of bonds In paymont therefor are direct Â¬ voto so taken shall bo counted and certified n ed to be made upon the following conditions requlrod by the city charter for election fur and imputations viz i Counollinen That the said Louisville St Louis and ii 0 If It be found that a majority of thoso Toxas Hallway Company shall locate erect voting at that election shall vote In favor of and maintain at or near Cloverport the prin Â¬ said proposition It shall thereupon boeomo cipal and only machine shops and general ro tho duty of the Mayor to subscribe for tho pair shops and Iho principal round home and stock in the said Hallway Company and Issuo round houses of the said Company for Hi line tho bonds or tbe city therefor and he shall bo of railway running from Loulivlllo to Hen governed in all bis acts and doings with refer Â¬ denon alio for all lines of railway leaied ence to the subject at li provided for In the and provisions or this ordinance or operated by laid Company while when operated by said Company and for all other branchei now being built or that shall hereafter bo built or shall be operated or owned by said Hallway Company from or to aid lino of railway between Louisville and Henderson FROM DISEASE I That said shops shall be located within Delays are dangerous Do not neglect feeding the corporate limits of tho city of Cloverport and that or on lands adjacent to said city your Hogs with the said rallwy oompy hereby consents that tho aid machlno shops principal round houses etc and the lands upon which tho same aro situated and which are owned or used by said Hallway Company for tho purjoios aforesaid together with all residences and buildings con Â¬ nected therewith and related thereto owned or used by laid Company may be at tho pleas Â¬ As A Preventive of DUeMe ure of said city taken Into and Included with- Â¬ in the corporate limits of tbo city and boeomo TbU remedy will put your hogs In a healthy at once luVjoet to municipal taxation as other condition arrest dlicaie and be worth to you property In the city Is now or may be hereafter In the end many moro timet Ita cost subject e That the machine shops repair shops For ale by and round houses for said railway company BEARD BEGLER and branchei as aforesaid herein provided for DJERtfTT hall bo forever and permanently maintained and operated within laid city or adjacent HardlMkuri Ky Hogs and Chickens DR JOS HAAS SAVIE totj Hogg Poultry Remedy u r j SLi V IMlHI W iIH -- I ilWWmi i -- w ttMMVHBmmtmmiiwmiWr tt - Constipation not n imillpil In iioison Is llablo to Wi nun lmliltiiil nml chronic Dnw tln fiilruuthlrt liy ti itkt nlngtlio Ixnvolii coiitlrni uitlii r Hum turn tlio ell AyorH HIU Ixilnn mllil ofTuotlvo nml In tliulr autlun oro goner ally rocomniumluil by thu acuity as tho bust u niurluulM HnvltiR been milijoct for yearn to rniiHtlintloii without living utilu to tltnl much rullef I at lwt trleil Ajors lllls 1 lueni It both u duly nml u plenum to toHtlfy that I hivu uurlvcil grunt ben ollt from their uii lor over two year jiast 1 hiwo tiikeu ono of these pills iivi ry uluht boforo retiring I would not U W vlllliily bo without theiii Hon man JO Kust Mulu St Carlisle la I havo been Inhlnj Ayr ra THU nml mine Ihem in my family nlneo 1857 nuil cheerfully recommend them to nil In need of n mifo but cITectiml cnthnitlc John M Doks Louisvlllo Ky I wai nflllctpil with Tor eight yr constipation which nt Init bocamo so the doctor could do no mom bad that for inn Then I bcnn to tnko Aycrs PUN and soon tho Itowolt recovered their nnturnl and rcmilar action so that S L now I am In excellent health LouRhbrhlBo llryan Toxni Havlim med Aycrs PUN with Rood results I fully Indorse them for tlio imr imwcs for which they tiro recommended T Conner M V Ccntro HrltlRO la J K A II til III II A Hook AkciiI Tho Open Iorlul Mrciit Scheme September means autumn and nutumn Said n book agent recently lho nddrets of which tho above is the I was n title was delivered by Prof 11 13 Woods means ordinarily the fruition of tho hus Â¬ book fiond ton years or mora beforo tho It stamps tho author nt onco n lecturer of bandmans year of loll To htm who In idea dawned upon mo nnd now I raaio Riiporior ability and an Ideal student of tho lovn of iintiiro holds communljn with moro In n week than I cvor did beforo in a ODD9 AND ENDS rBMiazBarxzirxaMgMMsrrxBVVTWMPjnriurm hlriilliihit w Ayers Pills Dr J C Ayer Co Bold by all Druggists and Dealers Lowell Man la Medietas Breckenridge News FOUR PEN PORTRAITS 1 joe Joo Blackburn mACKiiunv political ro bust of lung noisy sonorous keyed to any pitch whether the note was a fox bunt a fist fight or a foot race Ho took bis first lesson in statesmanship from a windmill upon bis fathers farm and with wondrous fidelity be has never swerved an iota from tho teaching of his early tutor In oratory Joe Blackburn could silence lloreaa with the cave of tbo wind as the battle ground In logic be docs not ac- Â¬ cord the palm to George Francis Train In ceaseless and polished garrulity a moiiBtrous bobbin of words that delivers its burdens with the oily ease of Meeks reel he lowers Lis plume to no phono Â¬ graph that ever came from the wizards hands In dexterity of tongue nimble poised like a weather vaue responsive to overy wave of wind he can silence nnj Hewing bco that ever turned out crnzy In as quilts for tho btnightcd heathen 8 irauco born of the wealth of place that lus come from so small an investment in bravtry strengthened by the never ending avalunche of family luck j in every strange and marked faculty that distin g lisbis the Junior Senator from tho Bue The proprietors of Dr A Ciiuimik grass it can be truthfully said that he Bulls Cough Syrup hereby challenge tho stands in the Senate of the United States Fueulty to produce a remedy more effect Â¬ sui yciiciis the product of an unique soil ive than theirs that seemed to have exhausted itfelf in I cordialla recommend Salvation Oil to tie effort Louisville Critic JOS S all suffering with rheumatism FOX Cattle Djaler 117 North Broadway was imim Baltimore Md Her llfc Was One of Ialn lull Mic began bis circor as a typical rural Kcntucliian history To him history Is not n mcro record of events connected with tho cir it is far cumstnncoi of tlmo and place It is n book from moro than that which ho learns those remote causes which have mado past nations powerful nnd hap py nnd nguiu thoso which linvo brought on their downfall nnd the knowledge thus gained enables him to foresee- tho dangers that might eventually threaten tho pros Â¬ What perity of our own great republic study could then be of greater importanco to the youth of n freo country liko our Tho lecture from beginning to end own is full of deep thought nnd suhlimo feeling nnd well worthy tho closo attention of every patriotic cltizsn In the past history of mankind wo find certain periods like great focil points during which an old and superannuated civilization has been shattered nnd a new era in tho life of nations has been inaug- Â¬ urated May wo not asks tho author bo approaching ono ol theso pivotal points Tho Wo nro stnndlng in ourselves Open Portal about to enter tho next cen- Â¬ Let Let us investigate our record tury us see if tbcro is danger ahead Tho victory of tho Greeks over tho Per sians nnd that of England over the Span Â¬ ish Armada are striking illustrations of which nro felt to the present day Tbo former meant the overthrow of tho ancient and effote civilization of Asia by the new and aggressive one of Europe while tho latter represents the triumph of tho Anglo Saxon idea of personal and religious lib- Â¬ erty over Spanish bigotry A review of the marvelous advance of civilization during tho present century shows us that wo may well be proud of the place our country has occupied in the But has our progress race of progress Have been uniform in every direction statesmanship education literature and religious clement kept pace with the pro Â¬ gress of tho material interests of our coun- Â¬ try lias not ono element become pre Â¬ lias dominant in old life ns a nation or tho material in Â¬ not merchnntilism terest become far more powerful than all tho elements necessary to the develop- Â¬ ment of every republican state After citing many instances in history whro the predominance of any ono ele ment of civilization over nil others has brought ruin to the community in which it ruled the lecture points out the danger besetting a state in which money is the all controlling power nnd closes with a patri Â¬ otic appeal to the people to endeavor with all their poer to raise our country to the ideal position of nn aristocracy of intelli Â¬ gence and virtue instead of a mongrel ar- Â¬ istocracy of wealth and accidental posi- Â¬ tion Hardin County Independent it moans something her vlsiblo forms ho dreamy more Tho Heeling zephyr haze tho lazy clouds tho warm sun nnd pleasant shade are but tho easel nnd pal Â¬ ette the brush nnd colors which autumn tho nrtlst uses to pnint on nnturo tho Spring grandest ol creations plcturos mny bo tho gontlo poet with pastorals and idyls nnd swcot thoughts of loves young Summer may be tho blooming dream matron on household cares intent winter may bo tho conqueror nnd tyrant stern and pitiless hut nutumn is tho benutlful artist of the dying year n picture beyond Who that has the rivnlry of human nrt over loskcd upon that picturo can ever forget it The crimson and gold tho rus Â¬ set nod brown tho green and purple tho scarlet and jellow tho gorgeous combina- Â¬ tions of color by tho sido of which the rainbows hues fado into nothingness I Glorious autumn I How one longs for the fields and woods the grassy hillsides and tho flowery meadows where tho birds flut- Â¬ ter and chirrup nnd tho nslers and golden red nnd other Into flowers shino liko tho Glorious they nro stars of earth autumn I Stcrretts Kentucky Colonel I tako out religious books only month nnd novcr ono that costs less than 5 orfti On striking n town I got from the directo- Â¬ ry a list of tho pastors not for the pur poso of working them fori dont go nigh Then I write down thonJdrensts of them tho truslccj in caso the directory happens to give them but If it does not I mako a round of tho janitors to get from them the names ol the richest men In tho congrega- Â¬ I spend timo enough in this pre Â¬ tion liminary Inbor to got a routo comprehen Â¬ sively laid out Noxl I tell to ono nnd nnother tlio snmo story that his minister is dying for I ho the book but cant nfford to buy it wives nnd daughters of the church pillar aro easier to capture thai tho brctheren Its tho biggest thing In tho whole history and tho beauty of It ol book canvassing is that tho trick seldom gets exposed When tho pastor recelvos the book hos tlcklod and Im tickled nnd the donor is Lowell Sun Â¬ tickled nnd its nil righf day Critic A clear brain nnd n right aim is man Â¬ ifested by nil nurses who keep Dr Bulls Baby Syrup handy It is reliable and contains nothing injurious A sae cure lor nil tho disorders of tho liver nnd blood Is Laxador tho golden household remedy nnd specific for nil Prica 25 cts malarial troubles lpocli Tho transition from long lingering and painful sickness to robust health marks an Such epoch in tho lifo of tho individual a rcmnrkablo event is treasured in tbo memory and tho agency wheroby thdgood health has been attained is gratefully bless Â¬ Henco it is that so much is beard in ed So many fcol praise of Electric Bittors they owe their restoration to health to tho If use of the Great Alterative and Tonic you are troubled with nny diseaso of Kid Â¬ neys Liver or Stomach of long or short standing you will mrcly find relief by use Sold nt COe and 1 of Electric Bitters per bottle at G W Shorts Cloverport Ky nnd J A Witts Hnrdinsburg Ky Southern Progress The coal oro and other hidden riches of tho South nro being rapidly developed and with this development comes the estab- Â¬ lishment of various related industrjea Lumber is now n great Southern interest Tho manufacture of lurnituro and wooden The utiliza- Â¬ ware is rapidly expanding tion of cotton seed is a new industry which has nlrcady ntained lnrge proprotions Cotton mills are springing up among the cotton fields where they ought to havo been long ago and large dividends show Not tho least ol the whut can bo dune South has been the development of needed lines of railway That Bcction leads to- Â¬ day in tho building of new lines nnd in the extent of trnck luyed What is spec- Â¬ ially encouraging about this substantial progress is the Southern grit pluck and England and the North have capital joined in the good work with their capital but local enterprise is the secret of most that has been achieved Baltimore Sun Small lloj t nnd III Money A Mclbourno Australia letter of July 21 says A good deal of excitement aroso nt Willlnmstown this morning InVonseqiienco of tho recovery of nearly 4000 n jiortloiiof tho money stolen from tho royal mall steamer Iberia under tho platform of tho pier rail way station Tho discovery was mado by two boys named Ocorgo Gordon and James Sweet cniinui ngod 1 1 and 15 years respectively As tho boys w cro walking past tho platform they saw a mouso como out of a holo and dart under tho northern end of tho platform Thinking to havo sorao sport tho boys went on all fours under tho door Gordon Insetted a stick and commenced to work It about Tho action produced a clinking sound which was so unexpected that tho lads scratched away tho earth and suddenly dlscovcicd a mass of sovereigns After filling their pockets they covered up tho place nnd went home Gordon found that ho had 118 sovereigns and his companion 10L Tho father of Gordon Monday took both boys with tho sovereigns to tho pollco sta Â¬ tion Tho polico procbodod to tho spot and found 0G0 sovereigns Including thoso found by tho boys tho wholo sum having been In a bag Subsequently tho pollco by digging with a garden fork found throo other bags In different places only n couplo of Inches under tho sand Tho grand total of sovereigns recovered Is 8742 Tho lings In which tho money was found nro supposed to havo been stolen fiom tho royal mall steamer Iberia somo timo ago They had evidently been opened and somo sovereigns had been taken out of each beforo thoy wero planted Four of the flvo bags lost havo now been found Â¬ Consumption Surely Cured To the EtiiTon Please inform your readers that I have n positive remedy for By its timely the above named disease use thousands ol hopeless cases havo been permanently cured I sbnll be glad to send two bottles of my remedy runs to nny of your readers who havo consumption il they wilt send me their express nnd post office Respectfully address T A SLOCUM M C 181 Pearl St New York A mic imaitii Is INimv Well Hotter ItouiN We observe in our State exchanges a disposition to agitate the matter of roads Tho people and road laws in Kentucky are tired of thu old method of building and keeping up county roods nnd the next General Assembly will no doubt be asked to give this important subject cure The preparation and en- Â¬ ful attention actment of a good practicable ellicient general roud law is a measure in which the constituents of every member of tho General Assembly are immediately inter ested There is no doubt that with prop- Â¬ The er effort such a law can be enacted Legislator who can succeed in nttaching his name to tho authorship of such a law will rank very high on tho roll ol public benefactors Fraukfort Capital Vaughn wife of one of the most prominent and extensively known merchants of Irescott Ark writes the following letter under dute of April 12 Mrs Alexander HHJ one the preservation of my lifo under Providence to Swifis Specific S S S For many years my health was wretched ruined my life a life of constant pain uud misery and torture Food soured on I Caso or ilvo unit Take my stomach and whut I nte to day I would My sleet was broken vomit to morrow ut tiiuht by the most horrible visions in dreans so much so that I could not bear to be left alone chronic diarrhoea n pain- Â¬ ful cough that thrcatbned mo with con- Â¬ my feet and ankles were sumption twisttd out of all proportion and my I could uot limbs swelled more or less wnlk except on a level floor and then with difficulty and for a whilo could not get in or out of bed without assistance Tho prrssuro of a finger on my body would leave its impression and in short I thought I had dropsy in addition to my other affections Two doctors treated me faithfully dur- Â¬ ing theso four ears but did me no good tho medicines they gavo mo wero as use- Â¬ My friends less us sluguant water thought I would die suffering ns I was with such a combination of diseases In 1837 I discontinued tho use of tho medicines I had been heretofore taking and began to tako Swifts Specific 3 S Fivo bottles of this truly wonderful S medicine was what worked the miracle of my complete and permanent recovery Treatise on blood and skin direuse SWIFT SlFCIFIC CO mailed frco Drnwer 3 Atlanta In Ilielr lliihlnchs llooiiilntr Probably no one thing has caused such a general rovival of trade at G W Shorts and J A Witts Drug Stores as their giv- Â¬ ing away to their customers of so many Whilo tho The Courier Journal sajs big Bamberger Bloom 1 Co special train of forty cars was tho Inrgest ever run into Lsuisville with its clan of goods il will la o buck to Now Yo k on immenso shipment fully as important of its kind No sooner was the train emptied ol its contents than tho cmiro forty curs wcie turned over to tho Lcuisvillu St Louis nod Texas rjad They wero sent forth Â¬ with diwn to Iliwesville where they are now bdng loaled with hogshead i of tobic co for transportation Over 180 Hist hogsheads will bo rrowJed into tho cars and the shipment will be perhaps the largest ever mado from this State by one coneignor to one consignee Mr Clot I IIucucs anil tlio Sliuli A rather nmuslng Incident occurred during tho brief visit which tho shah paid previous- Â¬ ly to his departuro to tho Acrostntlo In clo3uro in tho Avenuo Kleber As tho bal loon was being sent up somebody recited a poetical comjwsltiou by M Clovls Ilugues tho deputy for Marseilles Tho soah as usual paid considerable attention to tho verses and after the elocutionist had con Â¬ cluded tho author of tho strophes was Intro- Â¬ duced to tho monarch when It was oxplalned to tho potentate that M Ilugues was not only an accomplished Parnassian nttuner but also a member of parliament overwhelmed apparently at the wido chasm which separates poetry from politics regard ed M Ilugues for a few moments with amazement and then describing a semicircle with his right hand oxclalmed Whntl a poet and a politician comblnedl Then tbo shah fell into n brief roverio nnd M Ilugues ventured to remark that ho congratulated tho king on his having adapted himself so admirably to tho republican regime during his stay in Franco That concluded tho republican bard boning lowly to tho shah is of good omen slro for us and for your own country This Is tho story ns told by certain republicans but they linvo forgotten to mention that asked II If ugues if hojwcro not ono of thoso politicians who wanted to do away with kings and that tho deputy some what disconcerted replied i Not precisely j but tho sovereign pooplo ought to bo allowed to chooso their own rulors On hearing this tho shah turned quickly nwny from tho demo cratla bard and began to look skyward at tho balloon ngaln Ho soon nftcrwnrd loft London Telegraph Â¬ Nasr-od-Di- n Â¬ Â¬ Nasr-cd-Dl- n A postofllco In Fultfti county Pa Iicars tho brief nnd unromantto nnmonf Sis Tho queen regent of Spain dally rends tho newspapers In search of cases especially worthy of charity A Freuch artisan has succeeded In pound ing gold leaf so thin that 10000 shoots metis uro only ono Inch in thickness Workmon taking out sawed lumber on Ransoms Island near Wllllnmsport camo upon ft petrified log sixty foot long which thoy could not lift John W McCoy of Baltimore has mado Johns Hopkins university tho residuary lega tee to his cstato which Is valued at 350000 Tlio constitutional convention of Washing ton territory has ndopted n vlgnotto of Ocorgo Washington with tho data 1839 as tho seal of tho now state Tlicro Is still much sickness nnd many deaths In Concmnugh Valley Pa Tho busi ness men of Johnstown havo decided to bring suit against tho South Fork Pishing club A llttlb girl who ovldcntly had lived long enough to gain somo knowlodgo of hutnan nature was askod by her teacher what a A minute man said tho mlnuto man was littlo girl is a man who wants everything dono right nway In Switzerland thoro nro 1000 hotels which havo 68000 beds and employ 10000 servants clerks etc Their expenses nro 85000000 nnd their receipts 8400000 loavlng a profit of 2800000 per annum Tho woolen mills of Ireland nro said to bo turning out moro goods at tho present tlmo than at any period of recent or modern times and many of thorn aro finding It necessary to rcf uso orders owing to the amount of work on hand A cat owned nnd raised by Mrs Dr Cum mlng of Irwlnton Go Is ono half rabbit Its head front feet and front section of its body is liko nn ordinary houso cat whilo Its hind part resembles that of n rabbit its tail being short and perfect nnd when not In motion will sit In tbo samo position as would a full blooded rabbit Francis Scott Roy although ono of tho most cultured and distinguished men in tho history of Maryland has no monument In that state Thcro is a Francis Scott ICoy association now collecting funds for a sultnblo memorial but it will bo somo years beforo tho required sum can bo obtained A captious Englishman began holding forth tho other day after dinner upon tho enormities of a certain baronet In tho next county His neighbor interfered with I think It right to Inform you sir that I am Oh I His brother Sir Georges brother know nothing about his brother personally but I nni told ho Is oven a grontor blackguard than Sir Goorgo Tho longest horso car lino In tho world will connect Buenos Ayres with tho outlying towns and when completed will extend over two hundred miles Tho rolling stock consists of flvo sleeping cats eighteen foot long each with six beds which In tho day tlmo aro rolled back to form scats four two storied carriages twenty platform carriages slzlco wagons four cattlo trucks and 209 goods vans Thoro nro 200000 poopJo In tho United States who havo artificial legs or hands This number does not includo tho veterans of tho Union or tho Confederate army In Now Vorli city and vicinity thoro aro about 5000 men and women who havo supplied tho placo of lost limbs with tho manufactured article A French soldier on active scrvico was in Â¬ formed by tho mayor of his vlllago that his father had recently died In acknowledg- Â¬ ment bo wroto as follows Monsieur lo mairo I heartily thank you for my fathers death It Is a littlo accident that often hap Â¬ pens In families As for myself I am in tho hospital minus ono leg with which I havo tho honor to saluto you A condemned criminal In England must bo allowed too soo throo Sundays between bis sentenco and his oxccutlon Of course ho can thus bo hung in a littlo over two weeks but tho thrco Sundays must pass over his head beforo tho gallows claims him Tho custom Is a relio of modiajval times when a crim- Â¬ inal was allowed that much of a respite to preparo for death Mrs F D Mapp of Mlllodgovillo has something of a curiosity in tho shape of a In a bottle chair mado Tho bottlo is a small squaro vial with a very small nock and holds about twclvo ounces Tho miniature chair was mado by a young negro convict with a pocket kutfo and was put together ploco at a time in tho bottlo by tho ueo of a wire Tho legs occupy each corner of tho bottlo and overy part rounds cross pieces in tho back etc nro firmly flttod together ad justed as neatly as tho works in a clock In Tho Volunteer Lieut Lowls D Green Sovcnth United States infantry gives an ac- Â¬ count of a campaign against Indians and relates this Incident Somo of tho command had been bathing and when tho ablutions wero about finished ono of tho group called out Any of you fellows got a bvushl Somo ono Inquired And what do you want To fix my hair of course of n brush when up spako another in a strong Italian Bodad you wait tho Utcs will soou accent glvo us o brush and fix ycr hair for yo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ What is tgBFganamjiijL juuHiMii ASTORIA Cftstorla In Dr Snail PltcTiors 61 harmless nni qnlok euro for Infants nml Chlldroua Complaints Snporior toCator dl Frtrogorlo or Narootfo Syrups Children cry for Cattorln Mil Â¬ lion of Motbom bloim Cimtorfn Cnstorln cures Colic Constipation Sour Rtotnncli Dlarrhrna Eructation I lire healthy sleep also aids digestion j Without narcotio stupefaction I recommend Castorln for childrens complaints as superior to nny nrowrlnUon known to me II A Anciucn M D Ill Bo Oxford St Brooklyn NY Tnu CBNTAin Cohmky 77 Murray St Now York i 0UEEMCKEE GILM0EE CO Wholesale Grocers 31 321 W 1scl St LOUISVILLE KY So SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS si ST EASIESTJT -- ZTm J tf AND THE CHEAPEST UGHES H SURE CURE FOR TONIC Ctill5 M Fever FOR 30 YEARSA SUCCESS V I w WvL f if H Itrttd tlilw Proju Utori have many letter like thete Tchlliuniiy then TltV IT lor Yourkcir Mr M M Kcstvrson Dortey Co Ark snyr I can certify to tbo fact thnt Hughes Tonic Is tho best chill tonio I over tried I consider it better than quinine Mr II W McDonald KiTTiit than uuirsiNi CtIliS CU1IOMC CASIS Laurel IllllMljs writes Your Hughes Tonio for cblll and fovcr has nover failed yet and I havo sold It to a number of chronics cases It cures them every time THE LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS AIl LINE L It R Ask For Hughes Tonic and take Ko Oiber b K A ST SHORTEST QUICKEST TO PRICE SI00 PER BOTTLE 11 ANDIlESr LINE PaKI AnilD Y St Louis Time Card in Evansville Dec R A ROBINSON KY CO AND ALL 1OINTS West and South West IM IS 1888 lor LOUISVILLE Snlo by Druggists fob slak ur RICHARD OWEN Cloverport Ky Ky Louisville 845 am 900 pm 410 pm 725 Arr St Louis 745 050 pm Evansville 225 For further information call on or address JOS S ODI0RNE dcnl Pass Agt Louisville Ky Lv B L BRYANT and J A WITT Hardinsburg ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 1 llo It known that II T Raflcrty Itcuben N Miller Jaincs P Miller J A Murray and James T Sklllmnn bao this day assclated themselves together ns a cormntlon as autho Â¬ rised bjf Chapter 50 of tho Ucncral Statutes of tho State of Kentucky under tho corpora- Â¬ tion namo of tho Cluerport Itovalty las and Oil Company and by that name aro to havo perpetual succession may suo and be sued a common seal and alter tho samo ton havo at plcasuro mny contract nnd bo contracted with nud generally may do and perform all other acts Incident to corporations not Incon Â¬ sistent with tho laws of the Stato of Kentucky and of tho United States nnd nro to hnvo that extent lnvcstod with the rights of a natural perison 2 Tho general naturo of tbo business of said corporation Is to produco and dovelope nnd to sell utillio nnd othcrnlso dlsposo of natural gns oil petroleum minerals Mono nnd all or nnv other substances or products also to do a general manufacturing businois And to thoso ends tho said corporation may hold own acqulro and transfere by deed or leaso or gift real estate and personal property also tho right to boro for mine excavate and procure from lends nil ruch substances and products 3 The prlnciplo placo of business of said corporation shall bo at Cloverport n tho Stato of Kentucky 4 The nmoun of ca Hal stock of said com- Â¬ pany shall bo ono million dollars to be dh Ided Into shares of ono hundred dollnrs each which shall bo paid In upon such teres as may bo prescribed by tho board of directors of said corporation as tho tlmo and condition of so doing 5 Tho affairs of said corporation shall bo conducted by a board of flvo dlreotors to bo olectcd annually by tho stockholders but the bo chosen by tho corporators first board shall hcrclnforo namod and shall servo for one year and until their succossor aro eleoted and quail lied 0 Tho highest amount of Indebtedness or liability to which the corjioratlon Is at any Â¬ time to subject Itself Is tho sum of fifty thou Â¬ Trav Inasgr Agt Louisville Ky S43 GgTTS EMULSION OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL HYPOPHOSPHITES Almost as Palatable as Milk ftNP So dliRnUcd that It con be tUtn dlceitcd and assimilated by tW no omitlve atomach wlion the plain oil cannot be tolerated und by the com oil with the hypophoi sanation or the more efficacious phitoi il much BemarlDble as a flesh prcrtnetr Ptrselu gain rapidly while taking 1U SCOTTS EMULSION ia acknowledged hj Physicians to bo the Finest and Best propa ration in tho world for tho relief and euro ox V AUTEE CHICKEN SCROFULA CONSUMPTION WA8TINQ GENERAL DEBILITY DISEASES EMACIATION COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS Tke great rtmtdy Waslirui in Chtldrtn for ana Consumptlati Sold ly all Druggists freo trial bottles of Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ Their trade is covery for Consumption simply enormous in this very valuablo ar ticlo from the fact that it always cures Coughs Colds and never disappoints Asthma Bronchitis Croup and all throat You and lung diseases quickly cured can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free largo eizo 1 Every bottle warranted A if cant get Certain Corn Curo from your druggist ond 22 cents in stnmps to J C Mendenliall k Co Evansville Ind and they will send it post paid C C C Dont accept a substitute Striking Canlrukt Improvement Kecord Tbo Baltimore Manufacturers in its list of weekly improvements in Ken- Â¬ tucky mentions tho following enterprises Gas works Tho Urin BitANDEMiuno donburg Manufacturing Company report Â¬ ed last week will commenco lading ppo for supplying town with gas about Ucl 1 The Machine Shape If your appetite Is gone nothing will re Â¬ CioVEiiiOiiT Louisville St Louis and Texas Ilnilroud store it more quickly than 0 0 C Cer- Â¬ will rebuild tain Chill Cure the great Tonio and Company office Louuvlllo their machino shops recently burnoJ at guaranteed euro for Chills and Fever Sold Tho citisscntt by G W Short llcnderron nt Cloverport raised n bonus of 20000 to secure the Subscrlbo for IIioHheckknkiihik News shops Brigado Tho roster of tho Orphan shows that nearly all of the survivors havo become or famous in peace as tboy were renowned in war mid are filling tho im- Â¬ portant ollices of tbo land such ns gover- Â¬ nor nppelluto judgo nni on down tho scale ol honor and usefulness Not one ol them is n beggar und not ono of thorn would bo pensioned if ho could The same number of men that wero In tho Northern army nre now drawing about as much money as they did in aclivo scrvico and crjlug for moro Interior Journal Sco if You Comprehend A county paper says Wo suppose many pooplo think newspaper men nre persistent duns By way of comparison let us suppose a farmer raises a thousand bushels of wheat n year nnd sells this out to 1000 persons in all parts of the country a great portion of thorn pojlng I will hand you tho dollar in a short timo Of course ho doosnt want to bo small about it and says all right Soon his 1000 bushels of wheat an gone but he has little monoy to show fur it nnd the farmer then realizes that he has fritted away his whole crop and that his value is duo him in n thousand littlo dibbles consequently be is seriously embarrassed in his business be causo his debtors earh owing him ono dollar treat it as a smaller matter and of course think it would not help much Continuo this kind of business year in nnd year out as the publsher does ntd how long could ho or would ho stand it A moments thought will convinco nnv one a publisher has causa for persistent dunning An Important Question A Now Jersey county court refused to allow a witness to testify In an action for debt because of his denial of punishment for perjury by tho Almighty Tho witness said ho bo liovod in tho oxLtcnco of n Supremo Being and did not dony a futuro state but ho be lieved tho penalty prescribed by tho state would bo tho only punishment ho would receive In caso ho gavo false testimony under oath On un appeal from tbo decision of tho lower court tho supremo court of New Jcrsoy has overruled the original decision Judgo Dixon lu delivering tho opinion held that tho right of tbo witness to testify was denied merely becauso ho did uot bollovo that God would punish perjury nnd that ho was thus doprlvcd of a civil right that of testifying in his own behalf whilo tho constitution of tho state provides that no person shall bo denied tho enjoyment of nny civil right merely on account of his religious principles It Is said tho caso will bo appealed to tlio United States supremo court as It involves nn underlying constitutional question which has uovcr boon doclded Frank Lcsllos News paper Â¬ Louisville I St Louis Texas R R Co Cholera Cure SCHEDULE TIME Tnltliiir iifcct At 600 oclck Will AND 2TO 8 M A Sunday May 124 1889 irf Jlouml Triiiut KXlttKSS Eatl lloiinil Traim MAIL AND STATIONS Kentucky Strcot Alois House Iloasuro Ititlgo Park Volley Meadow Lawn Ulvor Vlovr West Point Uoclc Haven Long llrancu Weldon 1XPIIK88 745am 800 LvUnIonIeiotloulivoAr 120pm 105 Two llucky Ctrl A Belfast girl deserves comparison with tho plucky Squirrel Islau girl who falling from a yacht sang out Luff Jicr up copn and Ill climb aboard I A sailboat capslzod lu tho harbor tho other day nnd Mr W II Howo went overboard Ills daughter standing on tho bank oxclalmod Hold on papal Stand right on your foot Im coming tj you ns booh as I con get my shoes nnd stockings off and sho proceeded to preparo to go to- tbo rescue LowUtou - Thousands of dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ anteed 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¬ 845 011 022 032 012 051 050 1007 1015 1023 1020 1043 1051 1225 12117am ttkron Ouiton Irvlngton Webster Lodlburg Plerco Sample 1105 1121 Stcpliensport Holt Clovoriiort 1132 1150 1157am 1214pm Sklllmnn llaweavlllo Falcon Lonlsnort Powers Journal For 8ulo by 0 W Short Clovorport Ky 1227 1237 100 100 120 131 Pates Arr Owonsboro 1159 1140 UJO 1131 1123 1115 1108 1057 1052 1043 1034 1018 1002 048 020 021 003 840 Ivo 811 803 744 735 R Tho itnld nnmnrntlnn mTiaM hni Mn to establish by laws and mako all needful rules nnd regulations doomed expedlont for the pro- Â¬ per management of Its affairs not Inconsistent with law U Tbo said corporation may commonco business on tbo 31st day of August 1880 and continuo its corporato oxlstonco fur a period of twenty flvo years 10 Shares of stook In said corporation shall be transferable only on tho books of tho com Â¬ company sand dollars 7 Tho private proporty of tho stockholders Is to bo exempt from tho corporato debt of tho pany 11 T Ilaffcriy lluben N Miller James P Miller J A Murray James T Sklllman C - Arand Schuermeyer Heyker 8 30au Stanley WortblnKtin Spottsville llaskottt Henderson QBOCEpS CINCINNATI OHIO Fall Stock of Gents Furnishing Goods just in Selxool Books FAFUM WAJLIL sec thorn SZE1IDGTJAKTE3IS ABM Dont fail to rM- A splendid line of Fancy Flannel Shirts Now styles of Neck Wear Latest things in Collars and Cuffs J NO D B A B B A G E Cor of Wall Elm Sts etioOl txpplie ULUIW SlffiAJMSS cai1OT7 foe 150pm Arr Tvo 720am - si3FoE3X KEi3rixi croKS