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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIV A Blessing CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1889 or a Curse St Paul and Minneapolis by Tacomn nnd Seattle and all througll the states by almost ovcry tw o proxlmnto cltlei All cities Ilka individuals havo their virtues and their vices All our American cities should bo our exultation What churches What public libraries What nsylums of uiercyl What academics of muslol What mighty men In law and tnedlclno and art anil scholarship What schools and colleges nnd universities Whnt women radiant and gracious and an improvement on all tho generations of women slnca Evol What philanthropists who do not feel satisfied with their own charities until thoy get Into tho hundreds of thousands and tho millions Whnt Gods acres for tho dead gardens of beauty nnd jmlnccs of marble for thoso who Now stop your slander sleep tho last sleep of American cities srey thoy aio tho centers of crime Do you Plcaso admit tho npd political corruption fact that thoy aro tho centers of Intelligence nnd generosity and tho mightiest patrons of architecture and sculpture aud painting aud muslo nnd reservoirs of religious influenco for all tho continent It will bo well for tho country dsttrlcts to ccaso talking against tho cities and it will bo well for tho city of ono locality to stop talking against tho cities of other localities Now York will not get tho Worlds fair by depreciating Chicago nnd Chicago will not get tho Worlds fair by bom barding Now York Â¬ NO 11 w W I f R0YALK51J Jk Tru sW DR TALMAGE SPEAKS OP THE COMINQ WORLDS FAIR list Tuxt Ik from Tlioj- - Trmlrit nlono It tho spot nnd ISM will Iks tho time May it plcaso tho president of tho United States mny It plcaso tho secretary of state may it plcaso tho cabinet mny It plcaso tho senuto nnd houso of representatives may It plcaso tho printing pi esses nnd tho churches and tho peoplo who lift up and put down our Through tho harsh Voices of our day A low sweet prelude finds Its nay Through cloud of doubt and creeds of fear A light Is breaking calm and clear That song of loe now low and far Era long shall swell from star to star That light tlio breaking day which til t lf POWDER Absolutely Pure A inarvol of This powdor never vnrios More purity strength nnJ wholesoinencss economical than tho ordinary kinds nnd can gold in competition with tho multitude not bo of low lost short weight alum or phoahhato Uoyai IUkino Sold only in eant owdir Co 10S Wall Street New York KEVER FAILS Ilzelilel xxvil 13 in Thy FitlrM IoilltOll tllFNtlollN Of Nllllllllltl Significance Aftltcil by IIio Jrcut Divine nitooniVN Oct a Tlio Itov T Do Witt Talninge I I preached In tho Tobernarlo this morning on tho subject Tho Coining Worlds l iilr Hhall It Bo Mado n lltcmlng or n Cursol Ills text was Ezeklel xxvll Hit Ho said Thoy trndoil In thy fairs Kalis mny bo for tho snlo of goods or for thooxliibltlou of goods on n small scalo or a largo scale for county or city for ono nation Yy text brings us to or for nil imttons tho fairs of ancient Tyro a city that Is now extinct Part of tho city was on an Island and part on tho mainland Alexander tho conqueror was much embarrassed when ho found so much of tho city was on nil Island for ho had no ships Dut his military genius was not to bo balked Having marched bis army to tho beach ho ordered them to tear up tho city on tho mainland and throw It Into tho water and build a causowny two Bo they hundred feet wldo to tho Island took that part of tho city which was on tho mnlnlaud and with It built a causowny of timber nnd brick and stone on which his army marchod to tho cupturo of that part of tho city which wns on tho Island as though a hostile army should put Brooklyn Into tho East river and over it march to tho capturo of Now York That Tyrlan causowny of ruins which Alexanders army built Is still there and by alluvial deposits has permanently united tho Island to tho mnlnlaud so that it is no longer aii Island but a promonÂ¬ Â¬ - I- Tr - ltKLiaiON SHOULD NOT YIELD TO MONEY s PLEASANT TO TAKE iJ I- i Tho only Certain nnd ItfTcctnal Curo for Willie ami Fever Intermittent Itemlttent Dllloui nnd Malarial Fever Dumb Ague Hvvamp Fever and nil Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria Perf ectly harmless contains no A rsoiif o or Quinine and can bo given to tho inot dollcato person with perfect safety As a Tonlo for Tired Feeling Loss of Ap petite Headacho Nervous Depression and ow Spirits orlginatlngfrom Malaria It stands iono and without a 1arallel tory - IniCK 8100 Per Uottlo Jrvgyitt gtnenilly Sold by J C MENDENHALL sole ntornmroM CO V S A ErAXSriLZV Ind SOLD AND WARRANTED DYJ GKW SHOET GEOMcCUBBINS 1 DEALER IN DRY ti L Groceries Notions Jowofery TINVARE SALT HARDWARE Lima and Cement W Also igont fur tho Louisville Evening Post STEPHENSPORT KY FITS HC ROOT MC I CURE stop them for a time and then havo them ro turn again I mean A RADICAL CUIUS 1 havo mado tho disease of When I say Conn I do not mean uiorely to FITS EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS A life long study I wahrant my remedy to CuiiK tho worst ensos llccnuso others havo failed is no reason for not nowrccclv nig a euro bend at onco for a treatito nnd a 1itEB Hottlh tilVO KxprCS Of my INFALMDLK REMEDY and Post Oflloc It costs you nothing for a you Address trial and it will euro 183 PfARi ST KCWYOUK Tho sand tho greatest of all undertakers for burying cities having covered up for tho most part Daalliec and Palmyra and Thebes and Memphis and Carthago and Babylon and Luxor and Jericho tho saud so small and yet so mighty Is now gradually giving rites of scpulturo to what was left of Tyro But oh what n lunguillccnt city it onco wasl Mistress of tho seal Queen of International commerce I All nations casting their crowns at her fectl Whero wo havo In our bailing ves sels benches of wood sho had benches of Ivory Whero wo havo for our masts of ships sails of coarso canvas sho had sails of richest embroidery Tho chapter from which my text Is taken after enumerating tho richest countries In all tho world savsof Tyro Look in upon a They traded In thy fairs worlds fair at Tyre Ezeklel leads us through ono department and it Is a horo fair Under fed and over driven for ages tho borees of today give you no idea of tho splendid animals which rearing and plunging and snorting and neighing wero brought down over tho plank of tho ships and led Into tho worlds fair at Tyre until Ezeklel who was a minister of religion and not supposed to know much about horses cried out in admiration Thoy of tho bouso of Togarmah tradod In thy fairs with lioros Hero In another department of that worlds fair at Tyro led on by Ezeklel tho prophet wo find everything all ablaze with precious stones Liko petillleil snow are tho corals llko fragments of fallen sky aro tho sap Â¬ phires and hero Is agnto a blush with all colors What is that aroma wo inhalol It Is from chests of cedar which wo open and And them filled with all styles of fabric Dut tho aromatic Iticrviuso as wo pass down this lano of enchantment and hero aro cassia and franklnccnso and balm Led on by EzeÂ¬ klel tho piophet wo uomo to an agi lctilturnl fair with a display of wheat from Mlimltli and Iaunag rich as that of our modern Da kota or Michigan And hero Is a mlncraloglcal fair with spec imens of Iron and silver and tin and lead and gold But halt for hero is purplo Tyrlan purple all tints and shades deep almost unto tho black and bright almost unto tho bluo watting for kings and ijueens to order itmado iutotohes forcorouutiouduy purplo not liko that which is now mado from tho orchllla weed but tho oxtiuct purplo tho lost purplo which tho anclonts know how to mako out of tho gastcropod inollusks of tho Oh look at those casks of Mediterranean wlno from Helvon Seo those siiow banks of wool from tho back of shep that onco pastured In Ollead Oh tho bewildering riches and variety of that worlds fair at Tyro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Another suggestion concerning tho coming oxposltlont let not tho materialistic and monetary Idea overpower tho moral and religious During that exposition tho first timo hi all tlicli lives thcro will bo thousands of peoplo from other lauds who will seo a country without a stnto religion Let us by an Increased harmony among alt denominations of religion Impress other nationalities as thoy como heio that year with tho supeilor advantage of having all denominations equal In tho sight of government All the rulers and chief men of Europo belong to tho stnto religion whatever It may Imj Although our last wo presidents hnvo been Presbyterian tho previous ono was an Epis copalian and tho two previous Methodists and going further buck in that lino of presidents wo find Martin Van Buren n Dutch Reformed and John Qulucy Adams a Uni tarian nnd a mans religion In this country Li neither hlndrnnco nor advantago In the matter of political elovation All Europo needs that All tho world needs that A mans religion Is something between himself and his God and It must not directly or indirectly bo Intel fercd with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CIIUISTI AN CIVILIZATION AOA1KST IlAnUAllISU Â¬ THE FAIRS OK THE WOULD SEND 50c KOIt ONE MONTHS TRIAL OPTIIE WV j irf- LOUISVILLE POST I rVTr- - The Bost Aftornoon Paper in the South All the News All the Gossip All 50c a Month the Markets 5 a Year THE EVENING POST CO IOUISVIIIR KY CATARRH V Dut tho world has copied these Dlblo men tioned fairs In all succeeding ages and it has had Its Louis tho Sixth fair at Dagobcrt uud Henry tho Klrst fair on St Bartholomews day and Hungarian fairs at Pest h and Easter fairs at Lclpslo and tho Scotch fairs at Perth bright was tho day when I was nt ono of thorn and after them camo tho London Woilds fulr and tho Now York Worlds fair and tho Vienna Worlds fair and tho Parisian Worlds fair and It has been decided that III commemoration of tho discovery of America in 1 1W there shall bo bold In this country In 1S93 a Worlds fair that shall ccllpso all preceding national oppositions I say Ood speod tho movement Surely tho ovent commemorated Is worthy of all tho architecture and nnisla and pyro technics and olotmcuco and stupendous plan ning and monetary expenditure and congressional appropriations which tho most sail Rtiluo Christian patriot has over dreamod of Was any vdyngo that tho world over hoard of crowned with such an arrival as that of Columbus ami his men I After thoy had boon encouraged for tho last tow days by light of land birds and floating blanches of red berries and while Columbus was down In tho cabin studying tho sea chart Martin Plnzon standing on dock and looking to tho south west cried Qlorln In And Land Lnndl Land Excolsls was Bung with raining tears on all Most aptho three ships of tho expedition propriate and patrlotto and Christian will bo a commcmoratlvo worlds fair In America In lSUJ Leaving to others tho discussion as to the situ of such exposition and I wonder not that Eomo five or six of our cities aro struggling to havo It for It will glvo to any city to which it may lx assigned an Impulse of prospcilty for n huudrod yearn I say leaving to others tho selection of tho particular locality to bo thus honored I want to say some things from tho point of Christian putrlotlm which ought to bo sold aud tho curlier t ha better that v o may get thousands of people talking In tho right dlrclou aud that will mako healthful public opinion I Uicyotlto coualder pnijerfully what I feel called upon of Clod as an American citizen and as u preacher of rlghtcoiuuoui to utter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CITHS8BIIOUU Restores t lie Senses of Taste Smell and Hearing BHtralile PrlraOe at PrsnbM tsjtLrMtQiltltliWwrwlfcWyTolt M bya JaflammatlonHealBtho ElysCreamBalm OleanwathoITasftllaeeRgee Bores Al A JwtUU to applied UtoaaetmostrH 4 or by My first certainly It Is not Christian to contlnuo this wide aud jierslstcnt attempt of American titÂ¬ It les to belittle and depreciate other cities has been going oil for years but now the spirit Koeuis to culminate in this dismission as to whero tho Worlds fair shall bo held a stylo of discussion which has a tendency to Injure tho success of tho fair as n great moral and patriotic enterprise after tho locality has Iwii dcyMod upon Thcro Is such a thing as healthful rivalry between cities but you will bear mo out In saying that thorn oan bo 110 good to coma from tho uueauny things said about each other by Now York and Chicago y Chicago and Bt LonU by NOT UEHIKCIATUKACII OTIIMl suggestion Is that It Is not wise as Again I suggest lu regard to tho Worlds fair that whllo appropriate places aro pro pared for all foreign exhibits wo mako no room for tho Imitation of foreign vices America has enough of Its own aud wo need no now installments of that kind A worlds fair will bring all kinds of icoplt good and bad Tho good w o must pi eparo to w elcoino tho bad wo must prepnro to shun Tho nt tempt will ngaln 1k mado lu lbJjns lu 1STI to break up our American Sabbaths That attempt was mado nt tho Philadelphia centennial but w as defeated Tho American SabÂ¬ bath Is tho liest kept Habbath on earth Wo do not want It broken down and substituted lu tho plaro thereof tho Brussels Sabbath tho Vicuna Sabbath tho St Petersburg Sabbuth or any of tho foreign Sabbaths which aro no Sabbaths ut all I think tho Lord Is more than generous lu asking only S3 days out of tho Suo for his service You let tho Sabbath go aud with it will go jour Bible aud after that your liberties and your children or your grandchildren will bo hero In America under a despotism as bad as lu thoso lauds where thoy turn tho Loids Day Into wassail aud frolic Among thoso who como thero will bo as at other oxosltloin lordly iieoplo who will bring their vices with them Among tho dukes and duchesses nnd princes nnd princess es of other lauds aro somo of tho best men and women of all tho earth Remember Earl of Klutoro Lord Culms and Lord But tliero Is a snobbery aud Shaftesbury Uunkoylsui in American society thut runs after a grandee a duke a lord or a prince though hu may bo a walking luzuretto and his bieath a plague It makes tho fortune of some of our queens of society to dance ono cotillion with ono of theso princely lejiers Homo people cannot get their hats on quick enough when thoy see such a foreign lord ii prouchtng and thoy do not caro for tho mlro Into whlcii they drop their knees as they bow to worship Ixjt no splendor of pedigreo or any pomp and aruphcriialla of clrcumstuuco mako him attractive Thcro Is only ouo set of Teu Commandments that I over heard of aud no class of men or women In all tho world aro excused from obedience to thoso laws written by linger of lightning on tho grantto surfaco of Mount Slnal Surely wo havo enough American vices without making A CHEAT WORLDS TEACH CONOHESS Another opportunity If our publia men any drafts upon European vlco for lbUi OKT HEADY Poll THE FA I It seo it and It is tho duty of pulpit and printing press to help them to seo It will bo tho By this sermon 1 would havo tho nation calling at that tliuo and placo of a great made aw aro of Its orortuiilty and got ready Tho conven poaco congress for all nations to Improve It and of somo perils and got I rojoico to bellovo ready to combat thorn tion of representatives from tlio governments of North and South America now at that tho advautages will overtop everything Is only a typo of what wo may Washington In that worlds fair What an Introduction havo on n vast and world wldo rcalo at tho to each other of communities of states of reDy ono publics of empires of zones of hemispheres International exposition of lbJ stroko tho gorgon of war might bo slain and What doors of Information will bo swung burlod so deep that neither trumpet of hu wldo open for tho boys and girls now ou tho man dispute or of archangels blowing could threshold I What tiatloual and International It When tho last Napoleon called educnVtonl What crowning of Industry with resurrect such a congress of naltpni many did not re sheaves of grain and what ImpeUal robing of spond aud those that did respond gathered her with embroidered fabrics I What scien wondering what trap that wily destroyer of tific appnrutusi What telescopes for the Intho Krcucli republic nnd tho builder of a finitude- abovo and microscopes for tho Inflnl French monarchy might spring on them tudu beneath and Instruments to put naturo But what Iftho most populur government to tho tortuio until sho tells hor last secret I on earth I mean tho United States govern What a display of tho munificence of tho God mentshould practically say to all nations who has grown enough wheat to mako a loaf On tlio American continent lu tblti wo will of good bread largo enough for tho human hold a worlds fair aud all nations will send to race and enough cotton to stocking evory lUpocliAons of their products their manufac foot and enough timber to shelter every tures ami their arts and wo Invito all tho head making t manifest that It Is uot God s to fault but cither mans oppression or ludogovernments of Europe Asia uud AAj send representatives to a peaco cor eiitlon lcnco or dissipation If thcro bo uuy without that shall bo held at tho snmotlmo and placo tunplyl aud that shall establish nn International at bl Under tho nrches of tho chief building of tiatlon commission to whom shall bo re- that exposition let Capital nnd Iabor too ferred all controversies between nation and long esti augetl at last bo man led each tak nation their decision to bo final and so all ing tho hand of each lu plodgo of eternal nations would bo relieved from the expense fidelity whllo representatives of all tuitions of standing nrmlen and naval equipment war stand round rejoicing at tho nuptials aud having been undo an everlasting impossibili saying What God hath Joined together ty All tho iutlons of tho earth worth con let uot man nut asunder Thou shall tho sideration would como to It mighty men of threnody of tho uccdlo womuii no longer bo England and Germany and Franco and Rus tioArdi sia and all the- other great nationalities Bis Work work workl Till the brain begins to nlm marck w ho worships tho Lord of Hosts and Work work woikl Gladstone who worships tho God of Peaco Till the eyes aro heavy and Ulin and Ilouluuger who worshlim himself fSuum and gusset aud band Tho fact Is that tho nations aro tick of drinking out of challcos mado out of human Hand and gusset olid team skull and llllud with blood Tho United Till over tho buttons I fall asleep States government Is tho only government In And saw them on In a dream tho whole world that could successfully call Oh Christian Amerlcal Miko ready for audi a congress Supxso Kranco should call tho grandest oxiiosltlon over seen under tho It Germany would not como or Germany sunt Havo Bibles enough bound Havo should call It Franco would not como or churches enough established Havo scleiitlflo halls enough endowed Havo printing presses Hustla should rail It Turkoy would not come enough set up Havo revivals of religion or England nhould call It nations long Jeal enough lu full blast I bellovo you will ous of her overshadowing power In Kuropo Hosonna to tho Bon of Davldl Blessed U would pot come America lu favor with all iiatloualltiex standing ojit Independent ami ho tliatcpniothjn thonninooHho Loidl 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kurthennoro during thutoxposltlon Chris tian civilization will confront barbarism We shall as a nation havo a greater opportunity to mako an ovangellzlng impression upon foreign nationalities than would otherwlso lx afforded us in n quarter of a century Let tho churches of tho city whero the exposition is held bo open overy day and prayers bo of fered aud sermons preached aud doxologles sung In tho less than three years between this nnd that worlds convocation lot us get n baptism of tho Holy Ghost so that the- six months of that woilds fair shall bo fifty PontccosLs In one nnd instead of three thou sand converted as lu tho former Pentecost hundreds of thousands will bo converted You must remember that tho Pentecost mentioned In tho Blblo occurred when thcro was no printing press no books no Christian pamphlets no religious nowspapers and yet tho influenco was tromeudoufi How many nationalities ncro touched t Tho account says Parthian anil Medes nnd Elamltes that peoplo from tho eastern countries Phry giii and Pnmphjlla that Is the western Cyreno nnd strangers of Homo countries that is tho western Crctes aud At ablaus countries but thoy wero nil mo veil by tho mighty spectacle Instead of tho sixteen or eighteen trlbe3of peoplo reported nt that Pen tecost all tho chief nations of Europo and Asia North nnd South America will bo lcie resented at our woilds fair lu ISftJ aud n Pentecost hcio uud then would mean tho sal vation of tho round world But you say wo may havo at that fair tho peoplo of all lauds and nil tho machinery of gospellzutfon tho religious printing presses nnd tho churches but all that would not mako a Pen tecost wo must havo Ood Well you can havo him Has ho not been graciously wait ing and nothing stands In tho wuy but our Mny own unbelief uud ludolcnco nnd sin God break down the barriers Tho grandest oppoi tuulty for tho evangel ization of all nations since Jesus Christ died on tho cross will bo tho Worlds cxosltlon of 18yj God may tnko us out of tho Imrvest field Ixiforo that but let It bo known throughout Christendom that that year between May and November w til bo tho mountain of Christian advantage tho Alpine and Himalayan height of opportunity overtopping all Instead of tho slow others for salvation process of having to scud tho gospel tooth it lands by our own American missionaries who havo dilllcult toll In acquiring tho for eign languago and then must contend with foreign prejudices whnt a grand thing to havo ablo and Influential foreigners convert ed during their visit in America nnd thou havo them return to their nntlvo lands with tho glorious tidings Oh for an overwhelming work of graco for tho year 1613 that work beginning In tho autumn of 18SU Â¬ American rulers To them I mako this timely nnd solemn and Christian appeal Do you not think pooplo dlo fast enough without this wholesale butchery of war Do you not think that wo can trust to pneumonias and consumptions nnd aoploxlc and palsies and yellow fevers and Astatlo choleras tho woi k of killing them fast enough Do you not think that tho greedy wldo open Jaws of tho giavooughtto bo satis fied It filled by natural causes with hundreds of thousands of corpses a j ear f Do you not think wo can do something better with men than to dash their life out against casements or blow them Into fragments by torpedoes or send them out Into tho woild whero they need all their faculties footless armless eye less I Do you not think that women might bo npiioiutcd to nn easier placo than tho edgo of n giavo trench to wring their pulo hands and weep out their eyesight lu widowhood ami childlessness Why tho last glory has gouo out of war Thcro was ntlmowhen It demanded that quality which wo all admire namely cour ngo for a man had to stand nt tho hilt of his sword when tlio point pierced tho foe and whllo ho wus slaying another tho other might slay him or It was bayonet charge But now It Is cool and delllerato murder and clear out at scan bombshell can bo hulled miles aw ay Into a city or whllo thousands of prlvato soldiers who havo no Interest In tho contest for they wero conscripted aro losing their lives their general may sit smok ing ono of tho best Havana cigars after a dinner of quail on toast It may bo well enough for graduating students of colleges on coimienccmcnt clay to ornto about tho poetry of war but do not talk about tho poetry of war to tho men of tho Kedcrul or Confederate nrmles who were nt tho front or to some of u who U3 members of tho Christian commission saw tho ghastly hospitals at Antlo tnin and Hagcrstowu Ahl you may wor ship tho Lord of Hosts I worship tho God of Peace who brought ngaln from tho dead our Lord Jesus Christ that gieat Shcphcid of tlo sheep War Is nn accursed monster nnd It was bom lu tho lowest cavern of perdition and 1 pray that It mny siieoilllydrcend to tho placo from which It arose Its last sword and shield and musket rattling on tho bottom of tho red hot ninrl of hell Let there bo culled a peaco convention for tStW with delegates sent by all tho decent governments of Christendom and whllo they oio in session if you should somo night go out aud look into tho sky nlwvo tho exposition buildings you mny find that tho old gallery of crystal that was taken dowanfter tho Bethlehem anthem of eighteen cciitm ics ngo was sung nut Is lebullt again In Clio clouds aud tho sumo niigcllo singers aro returned wltli tlio same librettos of light to chant Glory to God lu tho highest aud on earth peaco good will to men Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tlio golden spired Apocalypsol SMALL BROS IMPORTERS ANO RETAILERS Or FINE Â¬ Â¬ One Wny of Getting n Wire Among tho passengers who boarded tho Burlington express for tho north Kriday morning wns a comely young German girl named Anna Sch smrtz Sho lias been living with n respectnblo family In this city for a number of years and bears an Irrcproachablo In Orient D T a well to do character German farmer named Jacob Shllllngcr has resided for a number of years and amassed a competency Several months ngo ho wrote a letter to his old homo In Germany telling them that ha was lonely and wanted them to send him n w Ifo Ills ooplo cast about them and learned that n young girl of their village had como to America four or flvo cars ego and settled In Kansas City They obtained her address nnd sent It to acob Shllllngcr who forthwith wroto to her Thoy had nover seen each other but knew each others faml lies and tho result was that Anna agreed to becomo Mrs Shllllngcr aud tho mlstiess of a Dakota ranch Jacob was too busy with his wheat and hay to como to Kansas City after tho fraulcln ntul yesterday morning Mr Harry O r of tho Burlington sold tho pretty German girl a ticket and saw her safely off for Orient D T And ho smiled nnd looked pleased overy tlmo ho spoke about tho matter yesterday Kansas City Times DRY GOODS NOTIONS 109 III Main C KY St 0WENSB0R0 An Hntliuslntla Wnninu Cyclist Probably thcro Is not n moro cnthuslastlo blcyclo rider lu tho city than Mrs Now comb Sho Is a member of tho Hal Icm club nnd de votes a great dal of tlmo to tho cxerclso When I saw her sho had Just returned from a four days trip to tho Dciawuro Water Gap whero a jwirty of four Mr and Mrs Now colib and Mr Ilalsbeck and Miss Rntsbcck had sjient most of their timo on their wheels and had oxplor tl plcturrsquo corners and tiptop peaks of mountains to their hearts I dont think I over had as much content enjoyment nut of nnythfng else in my llfo as from my blcyclo said Mrs Nowcomb nnd you can seo how well I ami To bo suro I burn my faco with tho sun and I sometimes get very warm with tho exertion but It Is tho most delightful way of spending ones tlmo that can bo Imagined Mrs Nowcomb Is tho picture of health In spite of a shado or two of tan sho has a fair complexion nnd with It pretty bluo ojes Her light hnlr Is knotted up nt the back aud worn In a bang In front Sho has always been devoted to athletic exercises and is an excellent tennis plajer Now York Cor Philadelphia News Improved Klectrlo Motors Tlio improved electric motor which has been See what we are giving away Ono of these Tickets given with every dollars worth of goods joh pur Â¬ chase for CASH 8 Tickets gives you a Silver Piute J Sugar Shell worth 01 10 Tickets gUcs you a Butter Knlfo worth I 25 12 Tickets gives you a new stylo Inro Pin worth SO 25 Tickets gives you a set of lUgors Tenpooni worth 3 00 35 Tickets glvos you a set of Rogers Knives worth 3 75 35 Tickets gives you a sot of Rogers Forks worth 3 75 60 Tickets gives you a ct of Rogers Tablespoons 0 00 worth 100 Tickets gives you nn elegant Walnut Eight Bay Clock Please come nnd see tho goods nnd show his Ticket to your friends We givo the choice of anything in our well assorted Jewelry Depart Â¬ ment 1 1 DO NOT IMPORT POIIKION VICES brought forward by a Cincinnati Inventor and for which various advantages havo been claimed over all others has been subjected to repeated oxhlbitory tests nnd It would appear has given veiy satlsfnctoiy ovldenco of Its valuo ilils motor nccording to all accounts possesses n method of speed regulation w hlch fulfills lu a remarkable degree tho great de sideratum of simplicity as well as other do siruble qualities Tho arrangement consists of two peculiarly constructed colls of wire suitably placed in connection with a centrifugal governor dilveu from tho armature shaft by means of a rubber Ixilt designed cru cially for tho purpose and tho mechanism Is such that should tho governor belt bleak or fly off tho arms w HI collapse mid close and tho motor bo immediately stopped Now York Telegiuin Â¬ JOHN REIIHARBT CARRIES THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OP Farlor Bed Room DINING ROOM HI Very Low Of every Description mmmmmmm mpo - Tho Lntcdt nnd Most Improved Stylo of Refrigerators signs in Chamber Lounges at priccse that will astunish you cheaper than any other house in tho Irecn River Region mxim I carry the Latest and Prettiest de- Â¬ Remember this- - All goods fold On Mount Victoria Sir William McGregor governor of Now Guinea has recently mndo tho ascent of Mount Victoria 13131 feet high tho highest peak of tho Owen Stanley range On tho summit daisies buttercups grasses and heather wero growing and larks wero seen Icicles and white frosts wero met with Tho country tru versed by tho party was very mountainous Natives wero met with only on two occasions Thoy w cro stout well built men with short legs No women wero seen Thoy wero destituto of waillko Implements Many now plants and birds wero discovered nnd ono milmul resembling nbeur but with a long tall Its extremo length isjfi feet 0 inches tho tall being 18 Inches long Chicago Herald forgct-mo-nots JXo 11 jMnin Street JM0 REINHHRDT Owcnsboro ley- - FULTON AVE BREWERY EaVsna STrille IrLd Brewers and Bottlers of Killed lu Various War According to a computation just Issued by an eminent statistician tho cost In human llfo of tho wais of tho last thirty four years has been 3331000 soul Tho Crimean war cost 7W000 men tho Italian war IBM 45000 tho Danish war Ibol 3000 tho American civil war the noi thorn states 30000 3b0000 tho southern states tho Austro Prusslun war 45000 tho Kranco i55000 Gormaii war Krunco Germany 00000 tho Turco llusslan wur 350000 tho south Afilcan wars 110000 tho Afghan war 35000 tho Mexican ami Cochlu Chlucsa expeditions 05000 and tho Uulgaro Servian insurrection 35000 Tills list does not Include mortality from sickness Chicago Herald A rretty Toy Mr Thomas Goodall of Sanford Mo has an Ingenious Invention mado by a uutivo of It Is a box about Geneva Switzerland three Inches long two Inches wldo and threo fourths of an Inch deep This box Is full of machinery and when a key Is applied a portion of tho top will open mid a small biru como forth aud sing chipper flutter Its wings turn about nnd retreat out of sight Tho work beneath Is of solid gold aud very finely wrought This box cost 500 Tho Inventor died uf ter making It and although ho bad tho machinery of several others mado no ono as yot has bocnublotoputlt together and mako it work Low Iston Journal Â¬ Â¬ PILSE1VER Messrs Gregory Co Agents Cloyerport Ky The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City Rates 250 to 400 Per Day According to Rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in Hotel LOUISVILLE KY HWHERNDONCO Produce OeneralComniilon Louisville Ky No 144 Third St E Jeremy Ilentliaius Skeleton The skeleton of Jeremy Bentham lu tho liipttal museum London Is thero at tho request of Us owner who mado a special pro- Â¬ vision lu his w 111 to hnvo It presented to tho curators of tho hospital who upon accepting tho gift wero to havo tho skeloton mounted mid put lu tho presidential chair at each mccdug of tlio hospital directors John W Wright lu EC Louis Republic Â¬ Packet Line mm Au 1 V uif Mutter l do Do you Uilov In spirits r asked a young woman oi her escort to a party To bo f run it I dent think I bellovo In fauythlng But you ought to try It Isnt v cry hard You peednt think scarcely nt all to Ullovo Mcrcliuut Traveler things cant say that Ortthamiurl Passenger Mail and Express Boats Vorall way landings between Loulivllle and A fine head of hair ia an Indljponslble clement of beauty Ayeri Hair Vigor maintains youthful freshness and luxuri- Â¬ ance restores the faded and ray hair to its original color prevents baldness re Â¬ moves dandruff nud cures scalp diioases It gives gives perfect satisfaction Uondenon tho elegant and fleet steamers JAMK8 aUTURIE TKLli CITY CITY or 0WKNBU0R0 One of tho above fine ililowheel steamers run up and dwn dally Bplondld accommodations for ttook Oeneral ofttoe and 178 Fourth itreet LooIitIU Ky W W IIITK Proit D I lXNXr Bunt IieokiHir for JHoroAVorm a Conquer Chauncey Depew thinks that the Ameri Â¬ can Rlrl has bad her day on Hi gllth soil We presuso that she has married about Albany everything that was eligible Times SHIETS SHOW BUY YOUR Pttf VfUlOn OU xr HI u J D BABBAGE N4 n f Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBKll 9 1889 Ij tc T Local TIimo Cnrit 1018 am Mll anil Express going Kail 1105 am West 841 pm East Express West uJ pm 1152 am Kait Mixed 920 am ii West I Hi work iho tbroo card Monte game on Mr Georgo W Smith n wealthy fanner of Hardlu county to the amount of 17 000 last week but failed Tho action of Mr Smith In de- Â¬ clining to accept the propositions of his shrewd visitors Is ono instnnco whtch proves an exception lo the rulo In such While repeated accounts of far- Â¬ cases Tiiiue confidcuco men tried to V lHAHHAHi A now lino IMItnr nl ZDOILTT of ginghams J A Wilts and get all he From Danas nothing but the newt Celebrated Maxims in Journalism Get the ntu to oitu cohhisioniints and news Com- - Meeting of tlio Democratic IlllttCCt will bo a meeting of the Demo Â¬ cratic Committee of Breckenridizo county at IlardlnaburB Monday Oct lllb in tbb Court houio at 2 oclock p m A full at Â¬ tendance ol committeo U urged Ttere B P BEAnn Cbmr REFORM IN POLITICS Since tho return of the Republican par Â¬ ty to power the efforts to reform our po- Â¬ litical system goes from bad to worse Un Â¬ der the administration of Mr Cleveland that gentleman with a duo regard for the provisions of what wo term tho civil ser Â¬ vice law tried in a measure to carry them out When ho took charge of tho execu Â¬ tive affairs of the country he found officials at Washington who bad been in tho em Â¬ ploy of the govcrment almost a lifetime nnd with due regard to his oath and to keep tho business in line he allowed many of them to remain nnd hold their places Con- Â¬ allhough of opposite political faith had passed the law and Mr Cleve- Â¬ gress land believed in adhering to its require Â¬ ments as much as possible by keeping competent men in office Republican par Â¬ lie tisans though they bad proven to be was repeatedly censured and abused by members of his own party for not making a clean sweep of Republican office holders but to all appeals and words ol warning he A man seemed to give but little concern of the people and recognizing the respon- Â¬ sibility of the higb trust to which they had called bim it was his purpose to elevate rather than lower the standard ol politic This was shown in all of his handling of public affairs We who stood afar off and observed his management of government were too ready to criticise As we believed then and now the proper thing for Mr Cleveland to have done was to have dis Â¬ missed Republican employees as fast as he Such was not in accord came to them anco with the civil service law but it is Such would have given modern politics him a longer lease upon the White IlouBe and kept his party in power but rather than succumb to the wishes of his most fiithful partisans he ignored them and fol- Â¬ lie interpreted lowed to his own ideas the civil service law to mean to place quali- Â¬ fied persons in the government service and keep them there regardless of politics and changes of administration This was man Â¬ It made for ly but it was not business Mr Cleveland an admirable record and left nothing of which his party is ashamed but it was assuredly the cause of his downfall If he had continued President four years lunger politics at Washington and elsewhere would have been greatly puri- Â¬ Â¬ fied Bui as things now stand we are about to There is President Harrison loose hopo who to judge him by bis short leaso of of-Â¬ ficial control is hardly aware that we have He is a mere fig- Â¬ a civil service system ure head moving at the command of his There is no comparison subordinates between bim and his predecessor in ex- Â¬ Distrust dissatisfaction ecutive ability and a reign of turmoil is kept up within the official sanctum from early morn until late Some are given positions without noon Others regard to fitness or qualifications vlio have contributed their time and boodle to place the old machine back into power are turned aside with the promise of The moBt notable instance future reward of the former was the appointment of TanMr ner to be Commissioner of Pensions Harrison was aware of tho raaus Incom- Â¬ petency but through hope of reward from members of the Grand Army of the Re- Â¬ public who stood nl Tanners back the place was given him and It was but a fow short months until he was forced to kick This is not the only blunder bim out Others oc- Â¬ made by President Harrison Weok after weok he it dis Â¬ cur daily charging competent men by the score and allowing their places to bo filled by Re Â¬ publicans without the slightest reference to ouch wholesale dis- Â¬ their qualifications tribution of the public patronage is becom- Â¬ ing contemptible in the sight of honest men But there is no appeal from It just yet A brighter day is dawning however when beneath Qods sunlight tho people will come forth and place a veto on this party machine For through tho Repub- Â¬ licans tbey bavo about given up alt hopes of accomplishing any reforms Â¬ Mlis James Q Blaine wife ol J Q Blaine jr Is lying dangerously ill at her Some time ago home In Pblladelpela Mrs Blaine parted from her husband young S 0 jr and sought to prepare fur the theatrical stage for a livelihood Since then shu was seized with inllamatory and it is of this aflliction rheumatism from which she has grown seriously worse that her life is almost despaired of Sbo is the mother of ono child and she adopt Â¬ ed the stage to make It and herself a sup- Â¬ Compelled to leave her husband port James 0 Bluine jr who Is a son of old James O Blaine Esq on account of his dobaucbery and a failure to drunkeness Her case is one that is provide for her Sbo Is exciting a great deal of Interest said to be a quite beautiful young woman The Blaine family have all turned up their noses and refuse to give her the slightest attention Hknpkrbon ii yet a little sore over the lossofber machine shops and is taking revenge on ber wide awake and progressive The Gleaner of that neighbor Owensboro A citizen of Owensboro weut city says to Madlsoovillo and upon retiring blew out the gu and camo near being asphyxiated mers being swindled by theso confidence men nro given In tho newspapers from day J A Wilts Mr A X Klncbloe camo homo last to day it is seldom you lienr of one who falls to bito nt the game whenever It is put Saturday up to him And herein lies tho import- Â¬ Rev J O Petrlo and wlfo nro visiting ance of our farmers keeping as well post- Â¬ In Illinois They ed on public events as other people wns In Mr W K Minor Holt Ky should tako some good piper and read It town last Monday and when theso money thieves come The survoyors were running tho old around they would bo able to spot them street line Monday most overy tlmo A good bakery is one of tho things need Â¬ Sawyer Wallace k Co big tobacco ed in Hnrdtnsburg Mr Wat Skillmon is selling fruit trees brokers of New York and Louisville have for for the Ashby nursery a 220000 damage suit on their hands Deputy sheriff Grant Gregory Clover the alleged unlawful detention of 1517 hogsheads of tobacco delivered to thorn to port was In own Monday be sold in the ordinary way and they put Beard Beeler k DeJcrnotte hnvo a now it into a pool for the purpose of cornering slock of fall goods just received the market without tho consent or know- Â¬ Sorao of the young men of iho town aro ledge of tho plaintiffs Ivicliel k Lowentbal making an effort to get up a brass band As Sawyer Wallace k Co are known to Miss Ela Root of Union Star wns nearly every tobacco dealer in this county visiting Mrs W K Barnes last Saturdoy the result of this suit will bo looked for- Â¬ John Smith left Sunday to tako n posi Â¬ ward to with quito a good deal of interest railAbout the only complaint wo ever beard tion as Express Messenger on tho this firm was that tbey would never road against Our ship- Â¬ sell tobacco at the right litno Gen Alpbeus Baker of Louisville will pers may probably see into the cause ol it be down here to spend a few days at tho now October court Mr John DeJernetlo had four acres of Ovek in Warsaw Indiana a Mrs Woods Gne Burley tobacco kilted by the frost last notified all the barkeepers in the town not Sunday night to sell her husband any moro whiskey Mr Z T Herndon chief engineer of The saloon men failing lo obey her orders the L H and V is stopping at tho she got on the war path and went around Huckeby Hotel slinging skilletts pot hooks empty bottles Dr J T Baker and Henry Beard have and things through their windows smash Â¬ Mr ing mirrors and barfixtures with a ven- Â¬ their office at the brick corner over Kingstons store geance They have concluded torcspect Every Call and examino our fall stock her orders In the future article first class and prices dead low Beard Beeler k DeJernclte To see a local paper trjinjr to puff and Mr James Miller County Superintend Â¬ boom a town with its columns barren ol local advertisements is about as tbin ns ent of Schools has been visiting the school trying to convince a sensible man the moon districts for two or threo weeks past is made of green cheese Mr W V McCracken is expected here The paper is the index to the towns energy and pros- Â¬ this week when the question of tbo rail- Â¬ perity The paper and the town work in road coming through town may be finally unison the town builds the paper and the settled paper builds the town Ex Mr Stinnett who lives a few miles in the country brought to Mr Greou Beards Iousvnu besides being the greatest store a few dnys ago a sweet potntoo that leaf tobacco market in the world has over measured tbirly four inches in length thirteen hundred distinct manufacturing All persons indebted to us by note or establishments including the largest plow account will please come forward and set factory and the largest wagon factory in tle as wo desire to sell for cash the world Truly Louisville is getting to Beard Beeler k DeJernelto be a great city The sheriffs are riding constantly this It is being whispered around that Hon week trying to get all processes executed Proctor Knott and Hon J A McKenzie in time for court Every attorney at the are to pool their issues for a seat in the U bar wants his papers executed first and S Senate to down Joe Blackburn and oust they keep the sheriffs hustling Messrs Jubal Hook George Miller him from his seat When it comes to this kind of a fight the Hon Joo will be very Jeff Hook and Will Hook have in view tbo building of a flouring mill hero this easy winner It will cost about 3000 fall and winter aud have n capacity of ono hundred Miss Dolly Higbee the accomplished It will be located on tho writer of social chat for the Courier Jour- Â¬ barrels per day nal has written a novel of Kentucky life L II and W railroad and it is their in- Â¬ tention to make the finest grades of flour appropriately called In Gods Country Tho novel will appear soon in Belfords that can be put on tbo market Magazine Owensboro Inquirer I learn that Rev C Hall who was as- Â¬ signed lo the McDaniels Circuit by the LlMllu Coombs a lad eleven years of late annual Conference will locate his The parsonage at uge who murdered bis little sister in family at this place Breathitt county and was sent to the peni- Â¬ McDaniels is too suiull to accommodate tentiary for life has been pardoned by his family and they much prefer to come Governor Buckner here where they can get better advantages than can be afforded tbem in the country how A nlw Union depot is to bo built nt Mr Hall will fill his appointments Owensboro by ihe 0 k M the Falls of over as regularly as if ho resided in the Rough and the L St L and T railroads district It has been much needed for a long time Mrs Amanda S Minor through her trustee James G Stephens and her hus Â¬ Catarrh Cuiit bo Cured band W E Minor brought suit in tho with LOCAL APPLICATION as they Circuit court last Monday against the cannot reach the seat of the disease Ca- Â¬ Louisville St Louis and Texas railroad tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease corapauy for 5000 damages Tho peti- Â¬ and in order to cure it you have to take in- Â¬ tion alleges that defendants havo entered Halls Catarrh Cure is upon aud built a railroad over tbeir laude ternal remedies taken internally and acts directly on the thereby defacing and destroying plaintiffs blood and mucus surface Halls Catarrh lawn and depreciating the valuo of plain Cure is no quack medicine It wob pre- Â¬ tins resideuce etc in tho amount of scribed by one of the best physicians in damages asked this country for years and is a regular pre Physlclunv Conic scription It is composed of the best tonics All honott conscientious physicians who known combined with the best blood puri- Â¬ give 1 1 D Uotanio Wood llalui a trial fiers acting dirotly on tho mucus surface Irunkly admit Ii superiority over all other The perfect combination of tho two in- Â¬ blood medicines Dr W J Adair Kockmort Oa writes I gredients is what produces such wonder- Â¬ regard 11 11 11 as one of Iho teat tlood medSend for icines ful results in curing catarrh Dr A H Iloicoo Nashville Tonn writes testimonials free and All reports of 11 11 II aro favorable F J Ciuney Co Prop Toledo O its speedy action Is truly wonderful Sold by Druggists price 7Gc Dr J W llhvdos Orawfordiville la writes i I confcKS I 11 11 la the best and quickest modlclno for rlicumatim I ever homo Intercstliiir Figures for He tried Oa Dr B J Farmer Crawfordtvillo jiliblicuua I cheerfully recommend 11 11 It as writes Here are some interesting figures for a fine tonlo alterative Its use cured an ex Â¬ Republicans to ponder when talking about crescence of tho neck after other remedies ef the people vindicating them and the pro- Â¬ fected no pcrceptlblo good of Jacksonville Dr O II Montgomery At the last Presidential Ala writes i My mother insisted on my get Â¬ tection policy election in which white men alone voted ting 11 11 11 for norrheumatirm as her case She remedies 18C8 the Republicans had a majority of stubbornly resisted the usual experienced immediate relief and her Improve t00000 At the Presidential election in ment has been truly wonderful A prominent physician who wishes his name 1888 when there were 1600000 negro vo- Â¬ says i A patient of mlno whose not ters according to the census of 1880 one case given of tertiary syphilis was suroly killing him whom undoubtedly million of voted for and which no treatment seemed to check was Ilarrison Cleveland with a solid while entirely cured with about twcUe bottles of II He was fairly made up of skin and II 11 vote received a plurality over Harrison bono and terrible ulcers with his mixed vote of 07383 Look Boforo you Leap IUrrlion rocolrotl 6110511 Subtract negro vote 1000000 Is a maxim you should heed in all busi Â¬ Harrisons total wblto rote 4410551 ness transactions Do not rush forward in Cleveland tola wlilto vote 5538431 mad haste to spend your money simply be cause you tire offored low prices but lake Clevelands inojorlly of the white voto 1097383 time to consider whether you are getting This shows the Republican loss on the full value for it before you Blow in your wblto from 1808 when they had 300000 Dust Theso suggestions are merely majority and buforo the negroes voted to thrown out to remind you that Adkisson to bo 1397883 1888 twenty years k Lyddan at their two slorcs in Webster Owensboro Inquirer and Irvlngton are ready now as they havo alwayi been to give you One hundred cents itlcllllleiis Hill of Jure in value for every Dollar you have to Two slices of ham Ihreo slices of spend Their two stores are row boing re Â¬ bread two eggs ono cup of coffee butter plenished for the second time this season and pickets served at all bouia lor lb cts with everything new and stylish in Dry OYBTKItH Goods Notions Clothing Ladies and Fried per dozen 20 conls Stewed per Gents Furnishings Ladios Fino Shoes cents Raw per doien 20 cents dozen Gents Underwear Fine and Coarso Shoes and in fact anything you want and at Knowing Worth prices from ten to twenty five per cent Huuiiks Toxic Tbo old time reliable lower than other houses They are deter Reputation remedy for Fover and Ague You can mined to moet any and all competition earned by thirty years success PuuuoUTfl and if you will visit their stores you will depend upou II Thy It I 1UYC IT find that they mean what they say Â¬ Â¬ Tbo depot will ho put on tho Tnlor lot Cars will bo running hero within ihrco weeks A choice lino of ladles4 dress goods nt NEW YORK STORE AUGUSTUS OF When You Come to Louisville FORGET THIE TT U NPflECEUENTED ATTRACTION I OVKR A MILLION DISTRIBUTED i MJMLym H V Louisiana Stalo Lottery Company Incorporated by the Legislature la 1808 for durational and Chnrltuble purposes and its franchise was nmdo a part of the present State Constitution In 187Viy an overwhelming popular vote ITS 3IA3IHIOTII IIUAWINHH Inlio pluco Scinl J Ircnnlnr Aliniiiillv unit Iim on cacli INs lulio plnrotho your of tho oilier ton montlm in nnd nro nil One of the Kicatcst8iKht9 of tlic city OVER TIIREK SQUARE ACRES OF SALES ROOM niul of in in c flfotv Orlcnim tn all ciowilcri with the most complete niul select stock of FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS I SHARPE t FINE HIGH CLASS DRY GOODS To he seen west of New York Our stock this season is really mnrvclotts nnd by far eclipses rtny picviotis ellort niul rcpicsents nearly One Million Dollais of actual investment SHOES by the thousands CARPETS by the thousand rolls WHITE GOODS NOTIONS HOSIERY nnd UPHOLSTERY and HOUSE FURNISHINGS UNDERWEAR in surprising quantities LINENS AND DOMESTICS beyond computaSILKS AND DRESS GOODS in wonderful pio tion fusion CLOAKS AND WRAPS in endless numtcis Â¬ For Integrity of Its Drawings and Prompt payment of Its prizes Attested as fullowsi We do hereby certify that tee supervise the arrangements for all the Momthhj and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana btate Lottery Company and in person manage and control the Drawings them- Â¬ selves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and in good faith toward all parties and we authorize ihe Company to use this certficate with fac- Â¬ similes of our signatures attached in its advertisements Complete Tioussenus made in 2 hours by the celebrated Modiste Large Dress making Establishments jflrMnil orders receive prompt attention E DOUGHERTY MADA fe22piiggg Coinmloncr undersigned Ranks and Rank- Â¬ ers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louis- Â¬ iana State Lotteries which may be pre Â¬ sented at our counters llM WALMSLKV lree Louisiana We the New York Store LOUISVILLE KY Fourth Ave BRANDENBURG Had a heavy frost Sunday night Mr Lonnio Moremcn was at home Sun Â¬ day Mrs J W Itichardson is in tbo city this week Tho cheap rale caused mnny to visit tho city last week Mr Jim Lyddan of Irvington was in our town last week Mr Robert Herndon of Webster started to school hero Monday Mr Thomas II Ditto is able to drive about the country again Mr D C Turrentino left our town last wck for Nashville Tenn Mr nnd Mrs Lou Moremen nro visiting relatives in Bullitt county Mr A Ditto Sr attonded tho grand to do in Louisville last week I hear of u good many persons going to tho Owensboro fair this week Mr II C Woodson nnd wife were in the city lust week to see tho sights Messrs J W Lewis and Morgan Rich Â¬ ardson were in the city last week Mr George II Casperke nnd wife at- Â¬ tended tho Satellites ball last week Miss Forrie Uardin of Holt Ky is vis Â¬ iting her sister Mrs M U Fontaine Mrs Ilattie Grinnell nnd Mrs O C Richardson were in the city last week Tbo bird law is out and every fellow that has a gun is after tho poor things Mr S P Woolfolk and wife were in the city last week to witness tho great show Miss Minnie Phillips of Lebanon Ky visited Misses Lillie and Julia Ditto last week Mr A W Moremen and 6islcr Miss Georgio have returned from Grayson Springs Mr James G Stephens and lion Wil Â¬ liam Miuor of Holt wero in our town Sunday Mr W II Richardson was called to Louisville last week on account of the ill- Â¬ ness of one of his children Judge Woolfolk J Si and A W More men nttended Mr Lanson Moremeus sale In Jefferson county last week The last Legislature in Indiana passed a law that no rann bIiouIJ be allowed to carry any kind of game out of the Slate Mr James Montgomery of Ktown was down last week looking after the Consoli- Â¬ dated Gas Cos interest hero Mrs II C Rowlings returned from Louisville Saturday where she had been taking in the sights of last week Messrs Chris McGehee and Jim Bryant went lo London last Fridoy to visit their daughters attending school Tho Consolidated Gas Co took th Potter Miller place at the option thoy had on it and will erect n salt manufactory and continuo tho making of stono ware Misses Jennie and Lucy Ditto and Messrs Klisha Bondurant Rill Gary and Cbarlton Ditto are on the sick list AUGUSTUS SHARPES BEWLEYVILLE IouUvlllo Conference Tho annual session of the Louisville Mr Rufus D Cain returned Friday Conferenco convened at MorgaufielJ Wed Â¬ nesday Sept 25 and closed on Monday of from a wait to Metz Mo last week after a very harmonious session Miss Enina Hodges leaves us again to- Â¬ The following is a list of the appoint Â¬ day for a protracted visit to her aunt in ments for tho Owensboro nnd Elizabeth Louisville town Districts Mr James Lewis and wife of Meade owEKsmno district county aro visiting Dr J M Walker J M Lawson presiding older formerly of this place Mrs Lewis is a Owensboro Station M H Wells sister ol Dr Walker Owensbcro City Mission K K Joiner A pheasant flew iuto tho tobacco barn of Owensboro Circuit J T Rushing Mr Aionzj Rennelt last Friday and was Oakford J S MoDanioI caught by one of his work hands Ibis V F Cashman Yelvington wns a strange freak of a very rnro nnd shy Lewieport W J Cole bird Hawesville S L Lee Mr D R Rigiby who has been for W C Rrandon Clovcrport several years employed as Salesman by Calhoon L K Campbell tho Irwin Stovo k Tin Co died last Mon- Â¬ Beech Grove J W Crow day week in Louisville ol typhoid fever Livermore J S Crandell His remnins were brought to his home South Carrollton J L Reid hero Tuesday nnd buried by tho Masons of Rochester L B Davison this place at Rosetla on Thursday Cernlvo J C Gentle Mrs D I Rigsby with her family has Rockpcrt W C Godbey gone to Louisville where she will probably Hartford E Mi Crow Rosine C F Hartford reside in tbo future Fordsville J W Bunton W S Slith and two daughters left here for Louisville Saturday whero they will EMZAIIlrllTOWK DISTI1ICT meet tho balance of his family who had R W Rrowder presiding elder preceded them several days They will Hlizsbethtown J L Edringlon reside in Louisville in the future Hardinsburg J C Peters Jlodgtnville W C Hodges Miss Cora P Mcador ha3 gono on a Vino Grove S F Cundiff visit to relatives at Scottsville Ky whero Brandenburg sho will remain fur a short time E II Htrrison Big Spring W F Davenport Novcr give up tho roini Miss Lucy till Long Grove J D Waters you aro suro they nro going into safer Falls of Rough J S Chandler hands than your own That horse runs McDaniels O W Hall off some times Then as an object lesson Constantine J E King it might prove to be bad for when tho iss Stophensport O W Myers in the prefix to your name as now gives Louisville Circuit W W Lambeth placo to the rs it might still be safe for Wolf Creek S T Stiles you to bold the reins you know Leitchucld J B Seay Mrs Charley D Hardaway wus in town Millerstown Smith Gibbons Friday bujing goods at tho Cash Store Charley always keeps a lot of ready cash on hand and knows how to spend it to tho best advantage Messrs T B Henderson and W Green Claycomb are both thrifty farmers and buy their goods nt tbo cash store Mrs G S Dowell and daugbter from near Bi Spring and Mr John Trent nnd Mrs Courtland Casoy from nenr Custer know a good thing when they see it and were at tbo Cash Storo and mado nlco bills this week Mr Lou Dent wife and daugbter were in for the etuno purpose but to mention t e names of all the thrifty people that buy at the Cash Store would take more spaco than the EJitor would al- Â¬ low for tho sales are large and growing larger every week Capt s base ball club met iho Lunkford Mountain boys of this placi Sat- Â¬ urday The game commenced at 2 p m and lasted till after sunset and was hotly contested from tbo start running almost in a tio from beginning to endiug On the last inning the score stood 29 to 29 R F with the Lankfords nt the hat McCoy on third base with- - Zack Stlth nt the bat Tho ball was struck a grounder to the right J McCoy touched home pato a wild throw to first and Stith stole safo to Time was called nnd game de- Â¬ second clared in favor of the Lankfords by one This ended tho most Interesting score game ever placed In this place J C Musselman and A Oliver wero tho um- Â¬ pires This Custor club ib composed of a genteel well behaved set of young men who will always meet a hearty welcomo nt Come agiln boys Dswloyville NOTES National Hank Proa Stato Na- Â¬ tional Hank A IIALDWIN Proe Now Orleans National Hank OAIlt KOIIN Pre Union National IMRIIKC IAIVAUX v Hank GRAND MONTHLY In the Academy of Music NewOrleans Tuesday October 15 1889 DRAWING Capital Prize 300000 100000 Tickets at Hvoiity Dollars curli Iluvola eiOWluurtcra ta It 2 Twentieths list or raitis 1 CAPITAL PKIZE OF 1 1 1 To nt 1 GRAND GRAND LARQE 2 LAUQE 6 PRIZE OF PRIZE OF PRIZES OF PRIZES OF PRIZES OF 26 100 200 600 APPROXIMATION Prises of 500 are 100 1rltcs of 300 are 100 Prises of 200 are 100 JOO000300000 100000 100000 40000- - 60000 25000 26000 10000 20000 4000 24000 1000 24000 600 60000 300 80000 200 100000 ritZIS 60000 10000 899 Prizos of 100 ar 999 IiIioj of 100 ar Txruinal Pbizis 20000 99900 99900 1064800 Prises are 3134 Prises amounting to Notk Tickets drawing Capital not entitled to terminal Prizes AGENTS WANTED desired 23BFor Club rates or any further information write legibly to tho undersigned clearly stating your resldcnco with Btate County Street and Number Morerapld return mall delivery will be assured by your enclos- Â¬ ing an Envelope bearing your full address IMPORTANT Aooii JU A D O By ordinary letter containing Money Obdeb Issued by all Express Companies New York Exchange Druft or Postal Note Ws rAY on Cubbkncy sent us by Express of 6 or over Address Registered Letters to orJTI A DAUPHIN DAUPHIN Now Orlouim In Washington NEW OIILUANS NATIONAL HANK New Orleans La REMEMBER that the payment of all prises Rowling Green was selected as the next place of Meeting Rev W C Brandon and Mr A H wpro tbo representatives from OKiiimnn thiH is GUARANTEED B FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans and the Tickets are slgnodbythe President of an Institution whose chartered rights are recognised in the highest Courts therefore beware of any Imita- Â¬ tions or annonymous schemes ONE DOLLAR is tho price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US In any Drawing Anything In our name of fered for less that a Dollar Is a swindle city Ioiusvlllo Market Ilcport Corrected weekly by II W Herndon Commission Merchants HI 3d street Apples fancy i 84 choice 1 40 common 1 00 1 Potatoes 1 00 Onions 1 00 Dried Apples Drlod Poaches Vt 1 76 Uay new 7 00 Hay old 12 00 Oat 20 Dr II M Ford former nrpsiilini nlrtpr of this District was given a church at k Co 2 00 1 1 1 1 rairview 7500 was raised by tho Conferenco to pay for a monument already erected near Princeton Ky nt the grave of Rev Ben Â¬ jamin Ogden who was tho first Methodist preachor sent to Kentucky There wero only twelve members In tho Methodist church in Kentucky at that time Tho average salary paid pastors during the past year was ICC 58 Tbo Conference was well attended and the people of Morganfield nro recoiving much praise for the very- cordial and hos Â¬ pitable manner in which they entertained tho members and visitors Mr Skillman is so well pleased with the town that ho is talking of starting a bank there 76 26 24 25 zi ii 3 3 2 25 9 00 13 00 ECorn Wheat Veal calves Egg 35 70 4 14 22 39 77 414 15 UutUr Chickens Spring Chickens old Feathers prlmo Feathers mixed gs Beoiwax i 10 2 50 3 2 75 2 75 2 60 43 43 25 35 UNION cSTAR Mr Reuben Ricketts bus been marshal the past few days Mr Dick Cox went to Louisville last week Mr C M McGlotblan went to nnd re urned from Louisville last Tuesday Mr Louie May of Hardlusburg was a guest at Mr D S Richardsons last Sun Â¬ day Quito a number of our citizens went to Louisvillo last week Among them were Messrs J J Severs R T Cashman Charlio Cashman Jimmie Milner Mr and Mrs D S Richardson nnd daughter Mrs Geo Rruncr and son Hubert Misses Matlle Milner and Blancho Severs Mr and Mrs Jub T Skillman of Clovcrport aro visiting Mrs O M jif 21 Tallw Green Hides D8 Hides Sheep Pelts Â¬ 3K b 22 VA 4 7 Â¬ Â¬ ii We aro willing to bear personal testi Â¬ mony to the ellicacy and valuo of Hoods Sarsaparilla which wo have been adver Â¬ tising some years in our paper having used it with great success It is a prepara- Â¬ tion cf standard merit made of perfectly pure ingredients and thoroughly effective in cleansing and purifying tho system For eruptions boils etc it can bo rolled Our own experience On hand at tho Cash Store a large lot of upon every tlmo consisting of red with It has been most gratifying and we medicated underwear shirts add drawers that are thought by a aro giad to give it this endorsement great many people to bo a great preventa- Â¬ Athol Mass Tratibcript tive of colds toughs pneumonia rheuma Â¬ IHInlkli r let tism and other diseases that nro brought A Iuiicliitr Mich Railroad workers espec on by exposure S5OOI On Saturday July 20th tho ofllcial ial attention is called to this lino ol goods cards from tho Louisiana Stato Lottery Receiving dally fresh ndditions to the company announced that No G8G07 drew stock at the cajh storo consisting ol cash Â¬ tho second capital prize of 100000 in mere shawls flaunols snttines cherot Tuesdays July lGth drawing the tickets suitings black casslmcre and most every being held in twentieths one twontitith other line of goods carried by it sold In Lancing Mich Conjectures as to Miss Maggie 11 Paul took chargo of tbo who won the lucky number ran rife Somo school at Helhol last Monday which wero of the opiniou that a ycung man by Great suc- Â¬ opened with twenty pupils tho name of Cospori employed at the iron cess to you Miss Maggie works held It othets thought tbo entire Ry thing a snido delusion and snare To Iho rarnium pursuing investigations unremittingly the If you have anything to sell or If you has ascertained tho owner of Republlsan Â¬ the ticket to the fortune of 5000 to be wish to buy anything Tint Nkwi will ad than Ruv Fred Mayer the vertise It for you free of charge provided nono other Theso Lancing It does not make over three lines German Kvangellslical minister notices will be placed in a column set Republican Aug 7 Mich apart for that purpose and you will confer Subicribo for thpRiiKCKKNRUKiK Nnws a favor on Tut Nkws by making use of it Â¬ 35 2 50 33 01neng Yellow Root May Apple Root 00 2 65 1 3j 4 4 STOCK 4 25 LIVE Hogs choice packing Hogs light Cattle extra shlppors best butcher modluia common Sheep good shipping common extra lambs common lambs ii 410 3 50 3 00 2 25 100 3 50 1 4 4 4 3 2 2 4 30 25 00 26 75 00 00 00 4 75 3 50 ppn 2 50 6 00 4 25 Wanted 1000000 Hickory Spokes 600000 feet Elm Poles 800000 feet Hickory lumber OWENSBORO WHEEL CO Owensboro Ky Midlothian Quito a number of our people contem Â¬ plate attending tho Oensboro fair this week Miss Dana Wheeler who was reported as seriously ill died at hor home on the 30th ull She was buried here beside her several sisters and brother who have all died within the past six years Her fathers family has the sympathy of their frionds and neighbors In their sad bereave V tfjra BAiBB3AIS9 J meat Owing to attractions In Louisville and efsewhero very few people from this vicin Â¬ ity attended the Rome fair this year Have your Printing dono at Ibis office Attorney at Uw Court House OFFICE ft HarHlHirfl Ky O Dyspepsia requires careful persistent attention and n remedy llko Hoods Sarsa arllla which acts gently yet surely and efficiently It tonos tlio stomach and other organs regulates tlio digestion creates a good nppellto nnd by thus sai t K orcrcomlng tho local symp- toms removes tho sympv HoadaCnO tlictlo effects ot tho dlsoaso banishes tho hcadacho and refreshes tho tired mind Iliavo been troubled with dyspepsia I had but llttlo appetite and what I did cat distressed mo or did mo Horn-llttlo good In an hour Durn after eating I would expo rlcnco a falntncss or tired nll gono feeling as though I had not eaten anything My trouble I think was aggravated by my business which is that of a painter and from being moro or less shut up In a ttnitr room with fresh paint Last spring I took Hoods Sarsa-rllla took throo bottles It did mo an Immcnso amount of good It gavo mo on appotlto and my food relished and satisfied tho craving I had previously experienced UBonoE A Vaok Watcrtown Mass Â¬ lioirtburnlossof appctltoafalnt nil gemo fooling bad taste coated tonguo and Irrogu- My oI Ul bowcg nro Dlfttraaai somo of tlio moro common symptoms Dyspepsia docs not 8ct wcl1 ot llclf xt Makes llio lives of many peoplo miserable and often load lo solf dcstructlon Distress nftcr eating sour stomach sick headache A special train will leave the tlopot litis morning at 6 30 oclock continuing lliro tho wonk carrying passengers to tba Owonsboro fair for ono fiiro for the round trip Tl o train rcturning will leave Ow- Â¬ ensboro at 5110 p m nrrlvlnj hern at 7110 thus giving our peoplo an opportunity to spend the ontlre day at tho fair and be at borne at night Tho new announcements this week aro Judge J O Urashear of Stephensport for County Judge Len Cashman tor Asses Â¬ sor V M O Jolly for Surveyor and V VY R Pendleton for Coroner II Ram sey of this city p added to J S DcJer Thoy nro all nclts ticket for sheriff good democrats and submit their claims to tho will of the party Mr L L Smith tho papular dry goods salesman who used to sell goodr for J F uro uioverport now occupies a uizer prominent position In Andersons Ikzaar the new one price cash dry goods storo that Is creating a stir in Owensboro Ky and is selling pilos of goods by order throughout this country If you want cheap dry goods notions shoes cloaks millinery write to Smith care of Ander Â¬ sons Dazaar and youll be surprisod at the styles and prices This is tho only house In Kontucky selling tho celebrated Andersons wenr forever shoe tbo best ovcry day shoe for ladles and Misses oicr offered for sale anywhere They come in button nnd front lace every pair warrant Â¬ ed and cost from 125 to 175 a pair Write to Smith for particular abiut them FOR CLERK COUm OF APPEALS Vft are authorlsol to anoounco J GRORGEH Conrentlon MADDEN as a Cnndblnts for Clerk Court of Appoala Subject to Hie action of Democratlo Slato lveryloJy Me Notice f FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS Wo nro nuthorlted to nnnounco War in China 7 We nro doing the lighting nnd the war is in china of all kinds which wo uro putting down to tho last notch on this side of the profit mark You havo tho opportunity of fered to furnish yourselves with chinnwarcnt prices entirely be- iuw uiu umiiniry ami Yes war Eatlnto After JOHN ROBERTS of the City of Louisville oi a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals subject to the action of tho Democratic parly of tho Third Appellato District - FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK7 We are authorized to announce GRANVILLE S WILSON as n candidate for County Court Clerk of Drockeuridgo county subject to tho action of the Democratlo party We are authorliod to nnnounco WM H BELL as a candldato for the oDIco of County Court Clerk of Drcckcnrldgo county August Llcctlon 1890 subject to tbo action of tho Democratlo Wo are authorliod to announce Especially vwUora lo tho cily that ours in tho only home manufacturing Clothing House in tho city Wo dont depend on Eastern tcncment hoiine work Our Clothing for Men Hoys and Children is fresh nnd clean and made by our regular Custom Tailors and cut by our regular Custom Cutters It fits better holds shape better wears better nnd of course looks better Our Goods are worth moro than any other sold in tho city but our prices aro lower than what other concerns charge for factory trash Strangers in the city who havo never traded with us arc particularly invited to give us a trial order Wo warrant our Clothing and chcefully refund tho purchase money if the purchaser is not satisfied with his bargain u is an opportunity that will not soon viv return s BUY CHINA NOW til I fc1 T ft oour Stomach J E MONARCH as a candldato for County Court Clerk of Breck Â¬ enridge county subJoit to tho action of tho Democratic- party We are authorised to nnnounco R SSKILLMAN 8old by all druggists Jl i iU for 53 rrepared only by C I HOOD ft CO Apothocarloe Lowell Mn Hoods Sarsaparilla 100 Dobos Ono Dollar Court Clerk of Breckenridge county subject to tbo action of the Democratlo party Wo are authorised to announce as a candldato for County JULIUS WINTER LOUISVILLE CO 1DMW KY A D H SEVERS Old Rolia blo Olothiern S E COR THIRD AND MARKET STS Nil JW clv t i t r 1 - X j 4 Wo aro authorised to announce while it is cheap will repay you to replenish your house Â¬ Makes the lives of many peoplo miserable Illtrli School Notua GUSTON and often leads to self destruction Wo R C RICHARDSON WEDNESDAY OCrOBEU 9 1889 hold stores in this lino while you can save money Other lines EDUCATION IS TIIK TOOK MANS CAPITA know of no remedy for dyspepsia more of Union Star as a candldato for County Court Guston still on top succe8stul than Hoods Sarsaparilla It Clerk of Breckenridge County subjcot to tho of ware aro going at low figures as usual but the china depart Â¬ LOCAL BUEVITIE8 Apples apples apples tobacco tobacco action of tho Dctnocratlo party cloBed Friday and it The first month nets gently yet surt ly and efficiently Wo aro authorized to announce closed moro to the satisfaction of the tobacco and still it comes ment offers a special scoop to those who know what bargains tones the stomach and other organs re Â¬ Sell your potatoes to Patterson teachers than it did this lime last year Mr J K McCracken called to see us JOE B BUZBY moves the faint feeling creates a good ap- Â¬ Stop at tho Irvington Hotel Irvington are will tell this week We like him very much he is petite cures hcadacho and refreshes the as a oandldato for County Court Clerk subjoct organized work Ky to the action of tho Dcmocaratlo party Ask your children for their report cards a very pleasant gentleman burdened mind Give Hoods Sarsapa Sulzers uro offering big bargains iu Wo are authorised to announco if the report read tbem act on them Mr John Kaeey and Hardaway Brothers rilla a fair trial It will do you good dress goods C C WEYMUTII shows as many as four cases of tardiness shipped two car loads of nico cattle last Iersjoiinl as a candldato for County Court Clerk of inquire into it if it shows absence ask week and Mr John H Meador one 8mall prices and a large stock aro Sul- Â¬ car Breckenridge county subject to the action of yourself if it were not possible to havo load zers strongholds of fine hogs Mr J E Shelby was in the city Satur- Â¬ tho Democratlo party avoided it continuous application is what Pisos Remedy or Catarrh is for sale by day Mr Ben Hardaway is feeding a fine lot i FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY tells keep them at work dont let your of hogs for winter market G V Short Price 60 cts Will Moorman went to Owensboro Fri Â¬ little conveniences keep your boy or girl We are authorised to announco Harris serves tho best fried oysters in day Mr J Pattersons new mansion will nwoy from school Mr J P Noonan was in the city last Call and see him the city JUDGE MILTON HOARD soon be completed we wonder wbd will be as a candldato for ro oloctlon for County At What would you tbiuk of a business man the new land lad we think he needs The cool air is a gentlo reminder that week one torney of IJreckenrldgo County ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Subject to that would let bis stock of goods give out S B Adkison has returned from Louis all Other ItiriAnilfni IAH need an overcoat from Sulzers you au Geo J Neff has just returned Irom Louit the action ol tho Democratlo party fcfl MonJny n October of each 00 lie M on Would you 1 before he ordered any more yoar villi 1 Bo known that Lonls T Roberts ville from buying a large lot of stoves tin Â¬ We want 5000 barrels of potatoes Â¬ Mich We aro authorised to announce of Indebtedness to Yet 1m0lln Hardly expect him to succeed -- m-i Mr G P Napper went to Louisville i ael Blaln Andrew Crawford and Eugene ware nnd general merchandise Come an see us C W Patterson If you Inyncshavo this day associated themselves to Â¬ Ject Itself shall II F MATTHEWS somo parents wait until the vacation is Monday not exceed four thousand dol- want a bargain call on Neff gether as body politic and corporate under and as a candidate for County Attorney of Rreck It is a notorious fact that tho only gen- Â¬ gone and school has begun before they Mr Alex Boyd has returned from cnrldgo County Tl Prnt Prortr of the stockholdrs eubjpct to tho action of tho Mr J W Snyder and wife spent n few by virtue of the provisions of Chapter 58 of Is is Sulzers uine bargain store in town send their children off to visit It is a the general statutes of Kentucky under tho to bo exempt from tho debts of Owensboro Democratic party the said cr Never say dye to your old dress when good thing for the world that children do days in Louisville last week with his friend name and style of llo6ert Blain and Com- Â¬ poration Mr C W Moorman went to Washing pany and by that name shall have perpetual lTnniCiapUoLock ha lo Louis Ed Ian FOR JAILER PnlJ t such you can get a new one so cheap at Sulzers not stop to reason upon some of the acts ton Friday may suoanu do sucu and Havo a II iuccumioq ounts or tl board of directors sbnll Installments as Go to John W Snyders feed stuble if eommon seal and alter tho same at pleasure of their parents for if they did the world Ladieb who dont want to appear in Mr E L Castle of Owensboro was in Wo aro authorliod to announce prescribe 2 Tho Capital stock of said corporation 0 Tho said corporation shalf children you want your horse well attended too would retrograde very fast establish such print should see Sulzers stock of dress the city last week JOHN W BEAUCHAMP shall be tho sum of Ten Thousand Dollars to by laws and mako all rules and regulations John is a bustler should bo given credit for moro than they to be divided into ghares of ono hundred dol- Â¬ deemed expedient for tho Mr J T Higdon of Owensboro was in as a candidate for Jailer of Breckenridge coungoods management of It ty subject to the action of tho Democratlo usually are lars each which shares shall be transferablo affairs not consistent with tho is an opening for a hustling black There constitution At Harris Restaurant you can get tho city last week party only on tho books of tho company or of tb United States Mr John ORielly of Hardinsburg was I suppose we ought to feel gratified at smith at Guston 3 Tho principal placo or business of said oysters servedMn nny style at 25 cents per Wo are authorized to announce id J Toraton hall begin business n l the argument used by sumo of tbo parents dy 0clob 1889 and shall cn in town yesterday Guston is noted for its healthfulucss and company shall be at Staphcnsport Ky and dozen tho nature of said business shall bo to buy and duro for twenty fire years H C HADDOCK Mr nnd Mrs F N DHuy went to to avoid visiting tho school but we dont good society sell general merchandise to deal in produce May x solbng have broken dirt tor a as a candidate for Jailor of Breckenridge mnauur nanus anu soals th s 2Sh Louisville Thursday tbey say the school is running along so of September 1889 County subject to the action of tbo Democratlo The Itev It A Willett spent ono night and generally to transact aDd carry on a geno new blackimith shop at tho east end of ral mercantile business and to this end tho Mr Allen Jameson and family have party h T Bobertc sial nicely that it is not necessary for them to last week with his brother Dr the iron bridge J Max said corporation may acquire and hold own Michael Blain aRL moved to Louisville go Very well then come and see how Willett of tbis place Wo are authorized to announco and transfer real estuto and personal property Andrew Crawford Adkisjon Mattingly have just reheal make contracts and possess all tho rights ol a Mr J D Babbage and son Ernest went much better that is than the old way es Eugene Ilaynes seal JABEZ JORDAN Go to C C Smiths hotel for a square ceived a handsome lot of mirrors in gilt natural person little room under tho to Louisville Friday as a candldato for the oflice of Jailer of Breck Â¬ pecially visit the 4 The affairs of said corporation shall bo meal frames very cheap Miss Minnie Murray is visiting Mrs Dr enridge county subject to tho action of the hill and then when we do get the Board conducted by a board of directors consisting of Bi eckenridrjo Circuit Court Democratlo party A J Thompson spent Mondny and tbreo shareholders who shall bo elected by The signal service flags are now dis Â¬ Graham in Louisville to move you will not say it aint no use no Tuesday in the city where he was purchas- Â¬ tbo shareholders and shall hold their offices played from the High School building how Rev John M Goodwin baa returned to for one year or until their successors are duly FOR ASSESSOR Elitaboth Nixon ing a lot old Hickory wagons Watch out for them elected and Installed Any vacancy in tho nnd his home in Owensboro If you havo any mineral or geological n Petition We aro authorized to announco board shall be filled by tbe board of directors W Nixon her husband Our railroad agent sold about 200 worth If you are in need of a lamp of any specimens you want to put to a good use Mr Patrick Teaff of Hardinsburg went Tho board of directors shall choose ono of tholr JAS W LYONS of tickets last week Mattingly can furnish kind Adkisson number as president also a secretary and give them to the High School Cabinet J a candidate for Assessor of Breokenrldge to Henderson yesterday d n w vfrby Pve thvat EIIlftbth Nixon hcf husband have this day you at reduced prices county with S W Parsons and Clayton dont forget this you wont have a chance E W Jones of Big Spring was here treasurer from the stockholders which officers S i k Ion n lh8 shall hold their offices for ono year or until Mr J D Hambleton and family have Crosson as deputies subject to tho action of 0pJOnt ckenridgo Circuit The railroad depot in this city has been for I am going to keep repeatiug it every last week shipping a largo lot of apples their successors aro duly elected and Installod seeking a decree empowering the Democratlo party returned from Sorgholown and shall appoint such other officers and agents her to use sell and convoy for her own bone from his orchard to Cincinnati raised about two feet from tho ground a week or two fit any property sho may own or as shall be nvcossary to tho wolfaroof said corMrs R H Moreman is spending a few AVe are authorized to announce acquire decided improvement from tho claims or debts of her husband frco The section men are now at work on our poration In union there is strength the reason to W W VESSELLS days with friends in the country make contracts sue and bo sued as a 5 The Incorporators A telegram announcing the death of herein bofore named sinirlo wo get the machine shops if we do get side track and will complete it iu a few as a candidate for Assessor of Brockenrldge woman to trade In her own name shall elect tho first board of directors which Messrs J H L Moorman and Barney county and to dis Ala Mr Adam Dbonau at Birmingham with Richard B Cox and J II Blytho tbem ia because we worked together days board shall servo for ono year as abbve pro- Â¬ pose of hor property by will or deed Bohler went to Henderson last week as deputies subject to tho action of the Demo was received here last night through tho Commercial Club and if wo vided for and the annual meeting for tho elec- Â¬ Messrs Neff Snyder and Lyon havo put Elliaboth Nixon cratlc party is Miss Nettie Reynolds of Eminence want a school here we have got to do tho in a public crossing in front of Neffs tion of a succeeding board shall be held one Murray t Mercer KWNixon J H Dlylhe was sworn in as Deputy year thereafter The annual meetings to elect Attorneys for Petitioners Wo aro authorized to announce work for store work together same thing Assessor last Saturday and will begin his visiting her sister Mrs C W Fowler W T GREGORY tho common good and not let our whims Mr and Mrs E L Clark havo gone to rido in Cloverport district this week Mr Cliff Mattingly of Irvington was as a candidate for the oflice of Assessor Breck Â¬ and prejudices govern us up last week Come again Cliff you are Wasted Twenty five men to get out Louisville to purchase their furniture enridge county subject to the action of tbo Alf llobards and J B always welcome Mr Ben Hardin of Rosetta passed down Democratlo party Apply at once to Hickory Spokes Hook Ktrplng Short Jlaml WWUiLUli a in diieams Write for Catalogue ami full on the train yesterday for the Owensboro toieman deputies L D Addison Addison Ky Mr James Anderson is building a doublo We are authorised to announce XV V IMooriiiiui lUuliCM Another barrel rat proof corn crib for Mr John Aro you weak and weary overworked fair thoroto and said condition shall be obligatory AN ORDINANCE Iucky lilt sinned ois a IlrciilM LEN CASHMAN Mr W 0 Allen went to Elizabethtown Chiids Hoods Sarsaparilla is just and tired and binding upon all or any successors or To subscrlbo to the capital stock of tho The following appeared in the Courier the medicine to purify your blood and give last Saturday to attend tho marriage of his as a candidate for Assessor of Breckenridge We bad a game of baseball hero last ossees or grantoes of said Railway Cmpany oounty with Robt 0 Owen and Henry Garner Louisville St Louis Texas Hallway of last Saturday sister you strength Saturday between Bewleyville and Hill Company In considerationandthat said company forever nnd nevor shall bo removed from said as deputies Subject to tho action of the Journal city by said JUelievors in the significance of dreams are Grove Bewleyville won the game by 22 shall locate nnd operato Its machine shops In lessee or granteeCompany or any successor Mr John Gregory returned from Louis- Â¬ Democratlo party Mr T W Stiff of Mooleyville has lo- Â¬ or near Cloverport just now having some queer cases to point to IS d The said stock shall not be subscribed cated in this city and will conduct a first ville Sunday accompanied by Mrs Phil Be It ordained by the Mayor and City Coun- Â¬ for nor FOR SHERIFF to As detailed in the Courier Journal shall said bonds bo dollvered to said claBS boarding bouso in tho old Fisher Gregory Irvington have you got tlio mail route cil of the City of Cloverport I Hallway a couplo of weeks ago tho new JefferWe are authorized to announce 2 1 Tbat the Mayor of the City of Clover- Â¬ Louisville Company before nor until the said residence on Elm street yet wo cant miss it hero The trains still port Is hereby directed Mrs H V Duncan accompanied by her St Uuls and Texas Railway son-street and authorliod to sub Methodist church was sived HENRY li HEAD stop here We heard Irvington had the scribe for and on behalf of said city to tho Company shall enter Into a covenant with tho mother Mrs J C Babbage went to Louis- Â¬ Eastern capitalists will build a 1000 city with security to be approved by tho as a candidate for Sheriff of Brcekenridgo from destruction by liro by a strange vision capital stock of tbe Louisville St Louis and Council of said elty probably at the ville Thursday 000 hotel in Louisville county with W K Khodes and W 0 Moor Â¬ which disturbed tho slumbers of Miss Bolle machine shops but we think her lo short that It will faithfully per Â¬ Texas Hallway Company In the sum of form executo man as doputles Subject to tho action of the and carry northwest corner of Main and Seventh Apples in demand at GubIou Mrs C W Moorman went to Louisville Rushing Twonty Thousand Dollars two hundred provision of this ordinance out each and every Ferguson the night before Democratlo party required to be per Â¬ shares as now authorised by tho charter of streets near the Union depot Friday where she joined ber husband for Yesterday another curious circumstance off by car loads Shipped last week four said Company to bo issued which said stock formed executod- - and carried out by said Wo are autorlzed to announce Company car loads to New York one to Cleveland Mr L O Gregory has resigned his Washington Mr F G of a similar character occured shall be delivered to said city as paid up and Tho 2 S DcJERNETTE Guston ships more non asscssitblo stock to tho said amount of dinance shall foregoing provisions of this or Â¬ oilico of deputy sheriff and turned his Mrs Alex Boyd and daughter Miss Murphy tbo well known chief clerk of the 0 three to LouUville not take effect until an election as a candidate for ShorltT of Breckenrtdgo twenty thousand dollars freight than any other town on tho U St business over to Mr W C Moorman who Katie have returned from a pleasant visit County with Bob Ultsscock shall bo hold lawful voters under Jas B Biggs and Phoenix Hotel is not a plunger on race i 2 That the Mayor of tbo city Is hereby tho charter of at which thoshall vote upon tho said city T railroad for her size will fill out his unexpired term subject to tbo ao W 11 llamsey as deputies direoted and authorliod to deliver to tho said quostlon to friends in Jtffersonville Ind hcrses nor is he given to superstition but L of whether or not the proposition of tlon of tho Democratlo party said Railway Company as sot forth In tho A J Thompson thinks he has bought Louisville St Louis and Texas Hallway Com he is now perplexed by the unaccountable In tho list of names in tho Courier pany In payment for said stock tho bonds of foregoing Church Notca Thursday 5000 or 0000 barrels of apples all ready the city of Cloverport to the amount of Twenty accepted provisions of thli nnltnnnxn lnii t happening which befell him Journal of those who will attend the Ma- Â¬ FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGE for this The Christian church meeting which has Thousand Dollars In denominations of flvo ordered by And Council purposo It Is hereby night he had a dream such he had never and tbe trade just airly commenced sonic celebration at Washington wo notico tho that We aro authorised to announce hundred dollars eaoh whloh said bonds shall opened and an election held a poll shall bo been going on in Fishers hall for the past Son of New muturo and become payable thirty years after the name of Rev I II Timberlake before experienced at somo convon- In bis vision he was Messrs Geo Furgerson THOS ADKISSON lent placo In said city on tho 17th day of week closed Sunday night There were at a raco track watching the flyers A York have also bought and shipped a their date and shall bear Interest at the rate Oetobor 1889 tho samo to bo D F k D S Richardson have just re- Â¬ as a candidate for Judge of Breckenridge conductod by of flvo per centum per annum payable semi the officers of said elty as provided for by tho ceived a big lot of drum cooking and no additions but splendid interest and county subjoct to tho action of the Democratlo race was run which in his dream he en Â¬ great many apples annually Said bonds shall have coupons at s ij Gunner in cases or the election of Coun largo attendance prevailed throughout tho party joyed as a Kenturkian generally does en- Â¬ tached for the Installments of Interest and tho cilraen for cooking stoves and propose to tell thorn said city at which tho tense of tho bonds atd coupons shall be signed by tho qualified entire week joy such events At the finish tho crowd Wo are authorised to announco just a little cheaper than anybody elso Mayor and Clerk of said city The seal of the propositionvoters shall be taken upon tho said There were no services in either tbo A book shall be provided by tho in the grand stand shouted King Crab I C 13RASIIEAR City shall be affixed to the bonds As to who butt the bull off the bridge we city In which the name of the person applying Baptist or Methodist churches Sunday as a candidate for County Judge 3 King Crab has won and be saw the The said bonds shall bo issued under Subject to Vt ha Lo roordod and tho question cant tell unless it was the fellow that Tbo former being without a pastor while the aotion of the Domocratlo party In conformity to and as authorised by the act judges award the raco to a horse of that shall bo propounded When Baby was sick wo gavo her Costorla Aro you in favor of tho wouldnt use Gaolers magic chicken tho pastor of the latter was sick oi tbe General Assembly of the Commonwealth tax for machlno shops at Cloverport Mr Murphy know hero was such name Wh jn sho was a Child sho cried for Costorla and If of Kentucky entitled An act to amend the Wo aro authorized to announce Sold no cure no pay by cholera cure respond In the affirmative bis voto jot Rev J II Morrison filled his regular charter of the Loulsvllo St Louis and Texas shall bo rccordod In a Lor bo but knew nothing of the entries When sho bocamo Miss sho clung to Cauoria the appropriate column i G W Short JOLLY Railway approved May lib 1888 appointment in the Presbyterian church If bo reitiond In either Latonia or Jerome When sho bad Children she gave them Costorla as a candidate for Surveyor of Breckenridge for yesterday at 2 4 The said subscription of stock and recorded In tbe tbe negative his voto shall be The marriage of Mr Jas V St Clair Sunday night opproprlato column and tho Park On assuming his place in tho hotel the Democratlo county Subject to the action of Issual of bonds in payment therefor are direct voto so taken shall bo counted and cortlllod as of Webster to Miss Maggie Durham ol ed to be made upon tho following conditions Tho Christian cburoh will purchase a lot yesterday morning he spoke of bis dream requlrod by tbe city charter for elections for and stipulations viz t Hardinsburg is announced for October at once nnd in the early spring erect there Counclliuen- to Mr C W Moorman of Cloverport who We aro authorised to announce i That the said Louisville St Louis and 2 o ICth Also the marriage of Mr Cbas R on a hands me eJIGco In the latest modern was here attending the Fall Celebration Texas Hallway Company shall locate erect Voting atIf It be found that a majority of those W R PENDLETON that olecllon shall vote In favor of Bunday of Irvington to MIjs Nannie O design and maintain at or near Cloverport the prin Â¬ said proposition Mr Moorman is a believer in some super- Â¬ It shall thereupon beconio as a candldato for re election to the ofllco of cipal and only machine shops and general re St Clair of Webstor for tho samo dato tbe duty of the Mayor to subscribe for tbo V We are glad to announco that Hov Only a Subject to stitions that others pooh pooh Coroner of Breokenrldge county pair shops and the principal round bonso and stook In tho said Hallway Company and Issue fow months since he visited a fortuno teller round houses of the said Company for Its lluo tbe bonds of the city therefor In giving a list of the heirs in the article 0 Brandon has been returuod to tho the action of the Democratic party it i nl l of railway running from Louisville to Hen Methodist church in this city governed In all his in roference to the large Fisher estate and was told by the seer to buy n lottery derson also for all lines of railway leased ence to tho subjcot acts and doings with refer Â¬ FARMERS FREE COLUMN as Is provided for In the Hov G W Dennis formerly of this city which appeared in the last issue of the ticket for be was In luck and would win or oporated by said Company while and provisions of this ordinance Advertisements of not more than threo lines when operated by said Company and for all News the reporter overlooked the name but more recently of JeiTersonville Ind Insertod In this column froe If you wish to lie bought one ticket in the largest lottery other branches now being built or that shall in tbe country and at tbo next drawing he ol Mr A R Fisher who is a direct de has taken charge of ho West Broadway buy or sell stock of any kind horses sheep STOTTIR hereafter bo built or shall be operated or boys etc or wish to advertise anything else drew 130000 which ho Is now in tho en Â¬ M K church in Louisville owned by said Hallway Company from or to scendant of tho testator of a similar naturo you will confer a favor tald line of railway between Louisville and llev W C Brandon is quite ill at bis on Tin Nkuh by using this column joyment of This of course strengthened Tho Carliulo Mercury says Tico Henderson When his belief in things superstitious FROM DISEASE b Jolly who is to represent Dreckenridge homo on Houston street That satd shops shall be located within for 9 bogs averaging 105 or ITS lbs I have ho heard Mr Murphys recital of bis dream the corporate limits of tho city of Cloverport Delays are dangerous PitKsuYTKitiAN Ciiuiiuu Sunday School Do not neglect focding County is a single mno about 32 years Kjr Oxo M Bahklky Stephensport sale or on lands adjaoent to satd cltyj and that he resolved to ascertain If such a horse your Hogs with old He was born and raised in Breck Â¬ every Sunday UrfO a m the said rallwy eompy hereby consents that the as King Crab was entered for tho day Preaching by Iter J II Morrison each said machine shops principal round houses enridge County and is a farmer He Taken Up as Astray to and tho lands upon whloh the same are Ho learned that the well known racer was never held ofllcejjofore but has the repu- Â¬ Sunday night 730 Taken up is astray by Wm N Tate living situated and which are owned or used by said Tuesday night prayer meeting 710 by near Balltown In Breokenrldge county on the entered in tbe third race at Jerome Park SADDLE and HARNESS STALLION Railway Company for the purposes aforesaid tation of being a good speaker Mb day of Ootober one red spotted steer about and as soon as he could do so he placed together with all resldenoos and buildings con officers of tho church Copt J W Blouks of New Orleans two years old marked crop and two splits in nected therewith and related thereto owned or 100 on tho horso part to win and part for used by said Company may be at tbe pleat Hucktoun Arnica Salvo left ear and split In right ear no brands or who for many years commanded some of When tbo result came in Mr As A Preventive of Disease uro of said elty taken Into and Inoluded with Â¬ The best salve in tho world for cuts other marks and whloh I have appraised at a place the largest packets that piled tho Ohio bruises soros ulcers salt rheum fever the value of fifteen dollars Moorman found himself 9350 ahead and Will be located at Cloverport dur- Â¬ in tbe corporate limits of the elty and Icoorae This remedy will put your b6gs In a healthy 1889 at once subject to municipal taxation as other Witness my band this 6th day of Oct and Mississippi rivers and who had num Â¬ sores tetter chapped hands chilblains Mr Murphys dream became the wonder ing tho month of October in property la the city is now or may be hereafter condition arrest dlioaie and be worth toyou James Hambleton M 0 0 erous friends living in this city lost bis corns and all akin eruptions and positive Â¬ of all who had been told of It subjeet In the end many more times Its coit charge of Mr Joo Blank at Mil- Â¬ It is life on the steamer Corona wbiob burst ly cures Piles or no pay required e Tbat the machine shops repair shops For sale by VOll IIVHlKlWIA 1 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Needing a tonlo orjjATIIBS that want building lers ivory stable and round bouses for said railway company children her boiler and sunk just above New Or Â¬ money refundod V Hrowaa Irva Hitter Price 26 cents per box upahpuld tako and branebei as aforesaid herein provlJed for recommend tt BEARD 6BELER lbrslalans leans ot he Mississippi riyor last Thurs Â¬ For mU by G W Hhort Cloverport Ky TERMS 11000 to insure DtJERMETTE HROW Mill 1MOI HIT shall be forever and permanently maintained bottle OMinlae All dealers It I nliuui to tako cure Maurta Iodlges- - has trademarkkeep tt 1100 per Huh oo wrapper day J A Witt Hardinsburg Ky and operated within said city or adjacent and W W WILLIAMS and wwd red Hu sirNkwrf Ky Uonaiul zVllioirtuoM All deain keep tl Breckenridge News iypcplii as a candldato for Countv Court PlcrV i Breckenrldgo county subject to tho action of tun uemocrauo parly It PSs BUY NOW i53 JFSULZERBRO Cloverpokt Ky 1 1 1 Â¬ hlht Â¬ Â¬ ta0 K Â¬ BRYANT niiirvin STRATTON BUSINESS J tldtlon LOUISVILLE K Y Â¬ J Â¬ J FMC Pty Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Hogs and Chickens DR JOS HAAS SAVE Â¬ Hogg MONTE CRISTO Poultry Remedy Qi 3f Tndigestion 13 not only n iltotrosslnR complnlnt of 1 Itself but by canning tlio Mood to liceoroo depraved mid tlio nyntvin ciw fcchlod Is tlio parent of Itintiinrrnbta EDISON 8TUMDLED ON IT A STRIKING CONTRAST ODDS AND ENDS GEYSERS SPOUT TO ORDER uuiutjrjjULvnrnKttnxMMMnwitrnuannuMMMMjnuuuuaai maladies That Aycrs Siirsnpnrllln Is tlio best euro fur Indigestion oven when complicated w Ith Liver Complaint is provod by thu follow Iiir testimony from Mr Joseph Luke of Uruckway Contro Mich Liver complaint and Indigestion mnda my Ufa n luirdon nud ratna near ending my oxlHtouco For inoro than our years I suffered untold agony was reduced almost to a skeleton nml liurdlv lmd Mroiigtli to drag myself about All kinds of food distressed inc and only tlio most dolicato could bo digested at nil Within tlio time mentioned suveral treated mo without Rlvliig re let Nothing that I took seemed to do nny permanent Rood until I eomuionrcd tlio uso of Ayera Snrsaparllla Which Soon bos produced wonderful results nficr rotniiietuhiK to tako tho Snnmpit rllla I could see mi Improvement In my My npjHtite becan to return condition nml with It minim thu ability to digest nil tho food taken my strength Im proved each day ami after a fow months of falthlul attention to jour directions I found myself n well woman abla to attend to nil household duties The medicine bus given mo u new lease of life Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla rutrjincn sr Dr Co Lowell Matt J C Ayer lrlccfl ill botteiJ Worth itottlo 8RECKENRIDGE NEWS FOUR PEN PORTRAITS II N10C1UK KNJTT saloons shall he of as unobjectionable char Â¬ acter as possible and that none shall be in the vicinity of a school or church or where they may do injury to any hmineis Ciinrvr on l ho oic They are to be closed every week day My father had cancer nnd my husband died of cancer In 1875 a lump appeared night at 10 oclock nnd ull day on Sun Â¬ on my nose and from its appearance and days no liquor is to bn sold to intoxicat- Â¬ rapid growth I became alarmed with the ed persons or minors nud no gambling is to be allowed I consulted idea that I too had cancer Tho proposition is said to be under sir my physician about it and he gave me an ointment to put on it when this did not ous consideration by tlio municipal author Louisville relieve me ho then burnt it out but the ities nnd may be accepted pluco would not heal It gradually grew Commercial longer and worse and I had fully made Murll WIiin up my mind that I must also die of can- Â¬ Wo deiire to say to our citizens that for cer Friends prevailed on me to try This I finally years we have been selling Dr Kings New Swifts SpecIGc S S S Kings consented to do After tuKing a few bot- Â¬ Discovery for Consumption tles I was entirely cured Swifts Specific Now Life Pills liucklens Arnica Salve IS S S cured me when the doctors and and Electric Hitlers and havo never hand led remedies that sell as well or that have all other medicinces failed given such universal satisfaction We do Mas M T Maiu v not liesitato to gunrautee them every time Woodbury Hall County Texas mid we stand ready to refund the purchase four Vcam an nilrlic price if satisfactory results do not follow For fifteen years I was uflliclcd with their use These remedies havo won great rheumatism four years of which I was popularity purely on their merits compelled to go on crutches Words are G W Short Cloverport Ky and J A inadequate to express the suffering I en- Â¬ Wilt Ilardinsburg Ky Druggists During these dured during that time fifteen years of existence it was not liv- Â¬ ilea lliidilen Jotting In III Work In llurlou Count ing I tried every known remedy without Mr George II Madden was in the city receiving any benefit I finally began on which from the last week getting acquainted with iho Swifts Specific S S S lirxt gave me rclitf and to day I am en Â¬ Democratic citizens who are taking an in- Â¬ joying the best of health and nm a well terest in tho rnco for tho Clerk of tho Mr Madden is an un- Â¬ man I candidly believe that S S S is Court of Appeals tho best blood purifier on the market to- Â¬ usually agreeable gentleman and lost no time in wnlking into the good graces of J D TAYLOR day tho people of Lebanon He came know- Â¬ Cuba Mo ing but two men in tho city aud left with Trentite on Dlood and Skin Disease the friendship of ail ho met It is now mailed free the general impression that ho will ce SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Gn tainly receive the 9econd if not the first instructions from Marion county Leba Iruituiit tho landlady Mr non Standard and Times Mrs Slimdiet Dashawav let mo help ou to a little Coimiiuptloii Nnroly Cured inoro chicken To tiik Kuitoii Pleaso inform your Dathaway Thank you madam but my readers that I havo a positive remedy for doctor has ordered me not to overwork the abovo namej disease Hy its timely myself use thousands of hopeless cases Iwvo been Many havo tried to imitate C C C permanently cured I shall bo glad to send but have failed If two bottles of my remedy kiosk o any of Cortain Corn Cure your readers who havo consumntion if tlmv Tour druggist dont keep it send 25 cents will send me their express and post ollice in stamps to J C Mendenhall A Co Respectfully Lvunsvillo Ind tlioy will send it post Â¬ address T A 8LOCUM M C 181 Pearl si New paid York Subscribo for the Diiickkniiiixjk Nkhth Have your Printing done at this office Â¬ Proctor Knott has been the beet abused He It ft trip Governors man in Kentucky chair with the journalistic arrow of malice envy and injustice forming a crown of For thorns above his whitening hairs doing his duty fearlessly and nobly the press of iho State re enforced by disap- Â¬ pointed and ambushed politicians sacri- Â¬ ficed him and drove their barbs into his Hut ho made no sign heart With an ignorant and hostile Legislature blocking the wuy with a trrnsury empy and a rev- Â¬ enue system criminally delcclive with the convict question agitated by dema- Â¬ gogues a menace to labor nnd the play thing of characterless law makers he brought order out ol anarchy nnd closed ono of the ablest administrations Kentucky has ever hud without turning a step from the narrow path of duly or heeding for a moment the clamor of as brutal mob as ever stormed Tuillerics Seemingly cold in his demeanor n prey to racking bodily UN his bpart is ns warm as his mind is bright and those who love him best arc the friends of nearly hull a century lie has bound them to him with hooks of steel Proctor Knotts intellect has as mnny facets ob u diamond If re ilects with absolute clearness the most nbstruce constitutional question or it flashes with the brilliancy of humor that has taken its place in the first rank of To day charming American literaturu thu Supreme Court with his thoroughness und skill to morrow setting the banquet table in a roar with his chaste and inimIiOiiisville Critic itable wit Â¬ Â¬ How the Wlrnrri of Menla Park tlnprwneil to Invent tho Phonograph I bare norcr seen tn print ix truo account of how Thomas A Edison first conceived tho Iden of Iho phouograpb remarked an elec trician who was at ono tlmo tn tho Wiz ards employ Tho phonograph Is tho wonder of tho world and ono of tho fow Inventions which envious rivals havo not charged Edison with having stolen In fact uveii his bitterest rivals for famo all of whom appear to harbor tho Idcn that It U tholr duty to do tract from his reputation for genius nnd hon esty as n rulo concodo that Edison did It Is an Inreally Invent tho phonograph teresting story how ho cntno to Invent It Jinny years ago when Edison was still at Monlo Park and working night nnd day for fame ho dovotcd months to perfecting tho telcphono and undoubtedly did moro than nny other inventor tomakolt practical by Introducing tho carbon pinto Into tho transmitter Whllo experimenting rullnphragins for tho telcphono Edison had constructed a number of small sheepskin drumhoads to test their vnluo as diaphragms na compared wltn motal and other substances To somo of tlicso sheepskin diaphragms hs had attached a small metal needle which was Intended to project towards tho magnot and assist In convoying tho vibrations caused by tho human voice Tho sheepskin diaphragms did not fulfill Edisons oxpcctatlons nnd ho discarded them and as usual with appliances ho decides to bo useless thoy wcro thrown aIdo to bo removed with other rubbish Ills assistants soon discovered that by hold ing tho sheepskin diaphragms In front of their mouths aud emitting a guttural sound between tho lips a peculiar noiso approaching music could bo produced It was something similar to tho nllogod muslo produced by covering a comb with thin paper and humming a tuno on It In passing ono of tho men en gaged In playing on a diaphragm ono day Edison playfully attempted to stop tho noise by touching tho projecting motal pin with his finger and no sooner had bo dono so than ho gavo ono of his peculiar starts Elil Whats thatr said ho which so astonished tho performer that ho dropped tho diaphragm Do that again said tho Wizard nnd It was repeated and again his finger touched tho pin to his evident delight Ho went about for somo timo asking ono after another of his assistants to hum or sing against tho diaphragm and finally ho got them to talking ngnlnst It ho nil tho tlmo touching tho pin lightly with his finger I havo it said ho finally and ha retired to his den nnd commenced drawing diagrams for now machinery which his assistants speedily made and a fow days later tho first phonograph was put together It was a crudo affair tho pin making an Impression on wax and it talked imperfectly but It did well enough to show Edison that ho was on tbo right track and ho rapidly improved it until now it U very nearly perfection A hundred men might havo felt tho vibration of thnt pin attached to tho plcco of sheepskin but It took an Edison to Instantly rcalizothat tho vibrations might bo mado to Indent a soft substnnco and bo susccptlblo of reproducing tno oxnet sounds of tho human voico that Tho phono caused tho different vibrations graph was regarded as n toy at first but it sold for a million dollars recently Now York World Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Many cases of rheumatism which hae resisted tho skill of the profession have proplly yielded to that wonderful renudy Salvation Oil 25 cents Tako tho news home to Mary and tell her that my cough has gone and that a 25 cent bottlo of Dr Hulls Cough Syrup did the blessed work A Saloon Trust of One In Peorn III n responsible business 75 firm has ollered Iho city authorities 000 annually for the exclusive privilege of selling liquor at retail Ho engages that the Ir RuMln Separated from tlio Clilnem Km plro l7 n IIIb Hnnnl IVnee Mr Frost and I again visited Klakhtn nnd went with tho lxnindnry commMoner Mr Sulkofskl to call upon tho Chliiexo gov ernor of Malmnehln Tho Mongolian town of Malmnehln Is separated from Kinkhta by ICO or J00 ym ds of neutral ground tin ough tho mlddlo of which Is supposed to run tho boundary lino between tho two great em pires Malmnchlu is further separated from Klnkhtn by a high plank wall nnd by screens or igodi shnpxl buildings thnt mask tho entrances to tho streets so that tho outsldo barbarian cannot look Into tho plnco without actually entering It and cannot seo anything beyond Its wooden walls after ho has entered it It would Ihj hard to hnaglno n moro sud den and startling chnngo than that brought about by n walk of COO yards from Klakhta Ono moment jou nro In n to Malmnchlu nusntnn provincial village with Its chnrno terlstla kIiom log houws golden domed churches droidiktcs drooh kecs soldiers nnd familiar cnint faces tho next moment you pass behind tlio high fccroen that conceals tho cntranco to tho Mongolian town and find yourself apparently In tho tnlillo of tho Chl neso empire You can hnrjry bcllovo that you havo not been suddenly transported on the magical cnrjHt of tho Arnblan Nights over n dUtnnro of n thousand miles Tho town In whMi you find yourself Is no moro likotho town thnt you havo Just left than n Zunl pueblo Is llko a village In Now England nnd for all that appoars to tho contrary you might suppose yourself to bo sepa rated from tlio Russian empire by tho width of a whole continent Tho narrow unpnvod streets nro iut In by gray ono story houses whoso wliidowless walls nro mndo of clay mixed with chopped straw and whoso roofs ornnmonccd with elaborate carving show a tendency to turn up at tho corners clumsy tno wheel ox carts loaded with boxes of tea and guided by swurthy Mongol drivers havo taken tho places of tho Russian horses and telegas Chinese traders In skull caps looso flapping gowns and white solod shoes appear at tho doors of tho court yards Instead of tho Russian merchants In top boots looso waist- Â¬ coats and shirts worn outsldo their trousers whom you havo long been necustomed to see and wild looking sunburned horsemen In deep ornngo gowns and dlshpan shaped hats rido In now aud then from somo remote en Â¬ campment In tho great desert of Gobi fol- Â¬ lowed perhata by n poor Mongol from tho Immediate neighborhood mounted upon n slow juicing ox Wherever you go and In whatever direction you look China has taken tho placo of Russia nnd tho scenes that con- Â¬ front you aro full of strange unfamiliar de- Â¬ tails Wo drovo with a Russo Chlncso Interpreter to tho icsidenco of tho surguhco or Chlneso governor which was dis Â¬ tinguished from all other houses by having two high poles tipped w ith gilded balls erected In front of It and nftcr being Introduced to his oxccllcncy by Mr Sulkofskl wcro invited to partaku of tea sweetmeats and malgalo or Chlneso rlco brandy Wo ex Â¬ changed with tho governor a number of ceremonious nnd not at nil exciting Inquiries nnd replies relative to his and our health nffalrs and general well ticliig drank threo or four sakl cops of malgalo nibbled nt somo can died fruits and then as tho hour for his devotions had arrived went with him by Invitation to tho tcmplo and saw him tay his prayers lcforo a largo wooden Idol to an accompaniment mado by tho slow tolling of a big deep tonod bell Tlio object of tlio bell ring ing seemed to bo to notify tho wholo popula tion of tho town thnt his excellency tho gov- Â¬ ernor was communing with his Joes When wo returned to his housoMr Frostdrowa portrait of him ns with mi amusing air of conscious majesty ho sat upon n tiger skin In his chair of state and then ns wo had no ex cuso for lingering longer wo took our leave each of us receiving a neatly tied package In which wcro tho nuts sweetmeats and candied fruits that had been set beforo us but hud net lccn eaten Wo wasted tho rest of tho afternoon In try Â¬ ing to get photographs of somo of tho strange types au J groups that wcro to bo seen In tho Malmnehln streets Again and again wo wcro surrounded by forty or fifty Mongols Durluts and nondescript natives from tho great southern steppes nnd again and again wo set up tho camera and trained It upon n part of tho picturcquo throng Every tlmo Mr Frost covered his head with tho black cloth and took It off tho brass cap that concealed tho instruments Cyclopean eye tho npprchcusivo Celestials vanished with ns much celerity as If tho artist was manipulating n Catling gun Wo could clear a wholo street from ono end to tho other by merely setting up tho camera on its tripod and get ting out tho black cloth and I seriously thought of advising tho Chlneso governor to send to America for a photographic outfit to bo used hi quelling riots Ho could disjicrso a mob with it moro quickly nud certainly than with a battery of mountain howitzers If I remember rightly Mr Frost did not succeed In getting pictures of nny animated objects thut day except a fow Mongol ox teams mm two or turco ullna or crippled beg gars who could not movo rapidly enough to mako their cscapo Ocorgo Eennan In Tho Century Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j A School or Professional Ilcggurs At Westminster polleo court on Saturday two boys of 13 named Frost aud Oakcs liv Â¬ ing with th Ir parents nt Wandsworth wcro charged with begging at Vriuxholl bridge Tho boys allege that a woman living In Wood gate street Nino Elms trained them aud other lads as loggars nnd that sho used to mind their decent clothes and supply them with rags to go out In Her ow n boy It was said was tho head of tho gang of juvenile beggars and used to tako tho money which imrtly went to his mother nnd part In reÂ¬ freshments and visits to transpontine- muslo halls Mrs Frost said that sho had been to this woman nudwarned her thnt If tho heaid that her boys clothes wero kept again sho would lock her up for unlawful possession This was tho advlco of tho school board officer Tho defendants questioned by Mr DEyncourt adhered to their statements being supplied with rags etc nnd tho about magistrate said that If It was truo tho woman really ought to bo prosecuted A i ollco con stable said ho had seen tho woman aud sho denied taking euro of tho boys clothes Pall Mall Gazette Â¬ Â¬ Laxador cures billiousness dyspepsia consupaiion uowei complaint etc In a word uli affections ol tho liver nud stomach At ail druggists Diseases of babyhood such ns colic llutulcncy dysentery and dinrrlia o aro happily relieved at onco by tho prompt uso of Dr Hulls Ilaby Surup Â¬ Iho Clilciiiro Oh irlNMioc now tho tan colored iboo Ho small and bunny Of ilitor Lou Contains tho books and slatos Ilaicballi and bats and skates Of brother Johnny Chicago Nowi nniidrjnUin Tlio rntch of the Alaska Fur company for Tbo Mlnlinp In n Clilneno I Turned In Account by tho Ounrtli tho last year niucunted to 1000000 seal skins Early onn morning n fuw years ngo rt A plain gold ring was found hy a Washing Â¬ bo ton N I man Imlmddod III n largo block of Chlneso Inundrymnn pitched hlstontcloso sldoonoof tho geysers In tho Yellowstono Ico Nntlonri park nnd supplied himself with hot An EnglMi lady has loft 90000 to bo do water from tho spring thus saving himself votcd to tho photographing of stars planets tho troublo of setting up n bolter nnd build and nebula ing n fire During tho day ho accidentally Legal proceedings that wcro begun In 1400 dropped a bar of soap Into tho steaming goy In Poland to docldo tho ownership nf forty Mr and In A fow minutes Ihvru was a tumacres of land hnvo Just been concluded It Is bling a roar an outburst of steam and chronicled wnter and tho tent nnd tho Chinaman woro It Is said that slxty threo tnllllonrlres re literally blown up Tho scalded Celestial sldolutho territory between Dobbs Ferry did not step running until ho readied tho ho and Tarrytown N Y a distanco of only six tel and ho wns then loo thoroughly fright Slnco then It has been ened for utterance miles nlmost lmposslbla to Induco a Chinaman to Is estimated that tho amount of gold and It In tho vicinity of tho geysers silver coin at tho bottom of tho Atlantic remaintho accidental discovery that n goysor Uut Is about 100000000 and It Is further ocean could bo provokod Into spouting out of Its oxthnntcd that most of it will stay right tlmo has been turned to account by somo of where It Is the guides nud soldiers lu tho park and tho Tho prisoners In tho Texas penitentiary result Is that somo of tho wonderful springs ralso sugar cano and rcflno Its julco After hnvo becomo very Irregular in tTiuIr action paying all tho costs of food fuel shelter nnd and thero Is a possibility that they will ccaso clothing 05000 havo been turned Into tho to spout altogether state for this work Thero aro sovcutocn largo goyscrs In tho Tho largest bar of gold overcast In tho upper basin and somo of them at regular Inworld was turned out at tho United States tervals send up streams of water from ten to ussay ofllco In Helena AL T It weighed 600 thirty feet In clrcumfcrenco to n height of ISO and 200 feet As tourists rarely remain pounds and Is worth a llttlo over 100000 at this spot moro than twenty four hours Tho first Mohammedan mosquo hi England thoy of course want to seo ono of tho largo has Just been built In tho parish of Woking Unless closo by tho Oriental Institute It Is a hand goyscrs play tho only thoy nrrlvo on thooj geyser thoy nro likely portuno dnys some structure surmounted by an elegant Is Old Faithful which spouts ovcry to seo dome slxty fl vo minutes Uut to soo tho other goy Tho head measurements of 107 students at scrs spout Is tho ovent of tho trip and In this Cambridgo university show a small diminumatter tho asslstanco of tho soldier who Is tion in tho head cnjMiclty as tho Individual placed on guard to provent tourists from do Is so small grows ono year older but this spoiling public property Is requested compared with tho probablo error that tho At ovcry point of Interest tho tourist finds observations aro quite consistent with tho a soldier watching his footsteps This osplon hypothesis that tho hood remains quite staago Is to provent vandals aud cranks from tionary scrawling tholr names on tho rocks and to Tho tan shoo may have a permanent fu stop tho rcllo fiends from defacing tho beautituro nftcr nil Ono of tho results of tho reful rock foundations that surround tho goy cent maneuvers of tbo llrltlsh fleet has been scrs But theso fellows hnvo learned about tho suggestion that tho marines should wear tho accident which befell tho Chinaman and tan or brown shoes henceforth Instead of his field laundry and many of them will un black ones and brown gloves Instead of dcrtako to mako a geyser spout oven If It bo white not its exhibition day Tho Initiated tourist hands to ono of theso As a general result of numerous experiments caudlo power as determined by means guardians n lvo dollar note Tho soldier of tho Dunscti photometer affords no rorrect slices a bar of soap Into thin pieces wraps tho measurement either of light giving enorgy or mass In a sheet of paper and whllo walking of tho luminosity of tho source of light tho around tho geyser to seo that no ono defaces direction of tho error always being such as tho rocks throws tho paper of chipped soop to favor sources of a low degreo of Incandcs into tho steaming spring Then ho retires cenco when compared with thoso of higher and ho and tho tourist await developments In from half an hour to an hour tho spring temperature begins to spout Its action being forced by tho A fow days ago T H Adams of darks chemicals in tho soap vlllo Go cut n perfectly sound fresh look Soaping tho goyscrs makes them irregular ing muskinelon ho had just received from Ranks county and upon examination ft wns nnd finally thoy becomo extinct Tho Rco Â¬ found thnt a number of tho seeds had IIlvo ceased playing on account of tho soap sprouted and had roots nearly an Inch ing process It was a very flno goyscr nnd long Tho melon was perfectly sound and tho Irruptions wcro grand Tho virtue of tho flesh firm nnd nice This is certainly soap was again tried nud with success Just as tho spouting began I saw two tourists and a strnngo freak of nature a soldier cmcrgo from behind somo trees a During tlio London season theio Is a great short distanco awuyand run to a point ns demand for plovers eggs In tho city markets near tho goyscr as thoy dared go This spoutThey nro tho eggs of tho lapwing a bird ing was a eurprlso to all savo tho Initiated which lays about four eggs of mi ollvo cast especially as thero Is a llttlo Indicator goy Â¬ spotted with black Theso eggs como chiefly scr near by that spouts as a warning that tho from Holland tho homo produco being now larger ono Is about to play As tho visitors very small and thny nro received during tho did not also treat tho llttlo goyser to Eoap it spring and summer from March to Juno did not play JIalleton and tho other exiled chiefs havo Tho forcing of tho water to tho surfaco by arrived In Samoa In tho German gunboat chemical means beforo tho periods fixed by Wolf Tho natives hoisted Mallotoas old naturo destroys tho regular flow Tho vol Â¬ standard and tho crowd cheered him on ume of wnter thrown out becomes smaller landing Herr Stubcl tho German consul and tho grandeur of the spectnelo Is dimin Informed Maltctoa that ho was nt liberty to ishing Finally tho natural forces which do ns ho plcasod Mataafa cordially wel- create tho spcctaclo becomo disorganized comed Malietoa back to Samoa Tho Samoan and tho goyscr ceases to bo a goysor Thus cro aro nbundant and tho fears of a famine ono of tho greatest attractions of tho Yellow- Â¬ aro unfounded stono park Is In danger of extinction J Experiments nro being mado nt tho farm M S in Now York Star connected w 1th tho Now Jersey state experl ment station In Now Brunswick with differ The Knlserg Title ent breeds of cows to ascertain tho cost nnd Should It bo Emperor of Germany or valuoof tho products of tho different breeds This is ono of tho quesGerman Emperor Thoso being tested nro tho Ayrshlres Guern tions periodically In dispute Every year or seys Holsteln Frleslans Jersoys nnd shortso tho same mistako Is mado and is followed horns Tho experiments which Includo by tho samo correction Somo ono speaks of feeding milking weighing measuring etc tho head of tho Gorman Confederation as tho will cover a period of from two to four Emperor of Germany and then tho fat Is years In tho flro Somo ouo clso of tho Superior Tbo OSullIvnns nro coming Thero nro Person typo writes to say that ho has al Â¬ twenty seven of them In tho family father ways been taught to uso tho tltlo German mother nnd twenty flvo sons and daughters Emperor and would bo glad to know If ho Norn OSullivan tho youngest member of tho Is wrong In so doing And then a day or two family a flaxen haired miss of IS years was after all tho special correspondents weigh In at tho Mission of Our Lndyof tho Rosary at with an nssurnnco that tho Superior Person Castlo Garden tho other day Sho informed Is all right and tho Emperor of Germany Rov Father Callahan that sho had left her all wrong During tho last day or two tho father mother thirteen sisters nnd cloven dlseasohas appeared and run Its usual course brothers In County Kerry Ireland Nora Tho Court Circular In Itsaccountof William sold further that two of her brothers wtro IPs visit to England 6poko of him through- Â¬ twins and threo of tho sisters triplets Sho out ns tho Emperor of Germany M IV hopes to seo tho whole family fu tho United wrote to Tho Times to call attention to this States early noxt spring Sho Is tho ndvanco fact and to ask for explanations and tho ex- Â¬ ngeut as It wcro of tho great attraction planations aro today provided by Its Berlin Chicago Herald aud Brussels correspondents German Emperor Is right of courso nnd roally It should not bo very difficult to A Sufu liivcwf muni Is one which is guaranteed to bring jou remember tho fact when tho origin of tho present German emplro Is taken Into account satisfactory results or in case of failure a Tho head of tho old German emplro based his return of purchase price On this sate tltlo to a largo extent upon territorial right But tho modern head of tho Germans bases plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ his pro eminenco ujion no considerations savo thoso laid down in tho Imperial constitution covery for Consumption It is guaranteed In 1871 tho other German nationalities wero to bring relief in every case when used much too jealous of tho Prussians to rcstoro for nny affection of Threat Lungs or tho old emplro for tho benefit of their king Instead thoy raised up a now emplro and Chest such as Consumption Inllamation gavo Its head a now tltlo as a standing meof Lungs Bronchitis Asthma Whooping morial of tho various forces which brought It Cough Crcup etc etc It is pleasant Into being William II Is German Emper Â¬ and agreeable to taste perfectly safe and or It Is posslblo that he would liko to bo Emperor of Germany but whllo ho may can nlways be depended upon long rotnln tho former tltlo ho Is hardly Trial bottle freo nt G W Short Clover likely over to gain tho latter London Globo poit Ky and J A Witt Ilardinsburg Jlruln In tbo Camp Ky A thrilling ndvonturo occurred on tho Los Pinos river near tho famous Toltco gorge Miort of 11 si IHonuy enjoying nn A party Stingy Husband Heres nu item that outing inof eastern excursionists tho guldanco tho mountains uuder says heros fifty millions in coin nt tho of tho well known passenger ngent of tho bottom of tho Atlantic ocean Burlington L C Blakesleo wero encamped Stinted Wife It isnt nny harder to get near tho gorgo ono night when a largo cinna- Â¬ mon bear entered tho camp being attracted nt than your money Tho Epoch by tho smell of venison which tho party had killed tbo day beforo Science cannot produco a better reme Â¬ Tho alarm wns given by an Irish setter bo dy for all malarial diseases than C 0 C longing to tho party ho at onco attacked Certain Chill Cure Pleasant to take tho bear nnd was stretched lifeless from ono Guaranteed to euro Chills und Fever blow of bruins paw For a fow moments It seemed that tho party being nt tho mercy of Sold by G W 8hort tho monster would bo annihilated as ovcry ono seemed too much scared to thluk of de Of Joiirnu JIo Could fense At this Juncturo Mr niakesleo who had Teacher Can you tell me of what na- Â¬ possessed himself of a breochloadlng shotgun tionality Napoleon was Willie Larkin loaded with buckshot appeared on tlio scene Willie surprised Wby of and dellboratoly taking aim fired tho first barrel which seemed to havo tho effect of en- Â¬ During Iho mouths of July August nnd raging tho animal who reared on his hind legs and advanced on his assailant who again September 1888 the number of certificates took aim and fired tho remaining chargo for original pensions issued by tho Pension point blank Into tho very faco of tho bear which toro his bead tn pieces Ho sank to Ollice wns 8705 for the corresponding tho ground aud after a terriblo death Strug months of this jenr the number was HI glo breathed his last Denver Itcpublicau Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cors-i-cn- Whaf is 1CAST0RIA Cruiorln Saml PKobers olil harmless rtnrt qnlok enro fop Infants nnd Childrens Complaints Superior to Cnstor Oll rrtror orlo or Karootlo Syrups Children cry forCatorln Mil jlnim of Motliom bless Crmtorfn I recommend Casterla for childrens complnlnU ns superior to any preset Iptlon known to me It A AnctiEii MD Ill Ho Oxford 8t llrooklyn NY Tiik CsNTicn Commnv 77 Murray St New York lIrt Cnstorta cures Colic Constipation Sour Btoninch Dlnrrlmia Inictntlon lives healthy Bleep nlno nlih digestion Without narcotic stueructiou tVVVVVlAVlAUWAX OUERMCIEK GILM0RE CO- - faolesale Grocers 31 cSs 321 -- vKT-- vair St LOUISVILLE sL TH KY SPECIAL ATTENTION King Iudwlg nud tVngncr GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS by n garden and had overy appcoranco of In that houso elegance said ho lived the ono man w ho was rcsponslblo for tho ec- Â¬ centricities of our tioor demented nnd now deceased king It wa3 tho homo of Richard Wngner I havo recently read a story which Is now going tho rounds told by a person who claims to havo been In tho body guard of tho unfortunate King Ludwlgof Bavaria which says that tho late king was not Insane nnd that tho cnuso of all tho troublo of tho monarch wns duo to Bismarck nnd to a woman How truo this may bo I know not Hlchard Wngner certainly had nn unbounded lnllueuco over tho Bavarian king nud If many of tho strongest ndhcrcnts of Ludwlg nro to bo bclloved It was Wagner whoprovnlled upon him to withdraw from tho world and its realism and llvo an Ideal life surrounded by tho luxuries of art and music nmtd tbo mountains of his natlvo Bavaria Hud it not been for tho king such works as tho Ring des Nlbclungen nnd Parsifal would probably never havo been produced with such grnnuour nnd tho gorgo ous castlo at Hcrrenchlemseo would not now exist ns tho most wondei fill of modern artis tic wot ka Washington Press Â¬ Â¬ I wns onco walking with n friend a nnttvo of Munich through ono of tho leading thor Â¬ oughfares of that beautiful city when he suddenly stopicd nnd pointed to a houso which although not n largo one was of very comfortablo proportions and was surrounded oW EASIEST BSTE5S5 mfm THE CHEAPEST jOL PAND THE LOUISVILLE L K ST LOUIS Ai ST L H It LINE SHORTEST QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St Louis Evansville Hi AND ALL POINTS Mechanical Marble Cutters A mnchlno hns been set up In tho carving building ut tho Ithodo Island granite works Westerly II I which will probably revoluDec 16 1888 Time Card in tionize nil former methods of flno grnnllo slate and marblo cutting It U called tho Iv Loulsvlllo 845 n in 900 p in 110 pm pneumatic carver An nlr cylinder run by Arr St Louis 715 725 steam discharges into a receiver w hero an 950 pm Evansrlllo 225 air presuro of from foi ty to fifty pounds Is For further Information call on or address carried This air Is fed out in tho carving room through a largo number of flcxlblo JOS S ODIORNE Gcnl Pass Agt Louisville Ky tubes which In turn nro attached to tho B L BRYANT This tool consists of n pneumatic carver Trav Passgr Agt Louisville Ky cylinder in which it a piston with a trans verso nngular vulvo Tho latter controls tho soverul parts of tho pUton Tho compressed nlr Is ndmltted nltcrnately nbovo nnd below tho piston Tlio piston Is not attached to tho spludlo or stem currying tho cutting tool but This movement cuts tho drives it outward Tho return stroko is mado by means stono of a powerful spring Tho stroko Is short but Is mado with marvelous rapidity Tho ma chlno can bo rim nt 15000 or 10000 strokes per minute Tho wprkman guides the cut- Â¬ OF PURE COD LIVER OIL ting tool with his left hand nud controls tho pressure with his right nnd Is nblo to turn this marvelous ttono chowcr In all directions to suit his work Exchange Milk West and South West Imi SCOTTS J EMULSION Almost as Palatable as and HYPOPHOSPHITES A1STTEH CHICKEN- - So dligtslud that it can be taken dlseited and atitmllated by the moil sensitive atomach when the Plata oil cannot be tolerated and by the eom binittlon of the oil with the hypophaa Cholera Cure -- phltea U mneli more efflcacloui BemuVable as a flesh prodittr Persons giut npldly thll taking It tiBP SCOTTS EMULSION Is acknowledged by Physicians to be tho Finest nnd Best prepa ration in tho world lot tho relief nnd euro of SCROFULA CONSUMPTION WA8TINO GENERAL DEBILITY DISEASES EMACIATION COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS Tht great remedy Wastlm in Children for and Consumption Sold ty all Druggists Louisville St Louis Texas R R Co SCHEDULE TIME Tutting Vffect At 1F 61OO T08 oclck A H Sunday May 12 1089 Hound Traiut AND one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy aX positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Â¬ Â¬ Thousands of Eatl Sound Traint MAIL AND Kxpnicss 7I5AU Lv Kill STATIONS Kentucky Strcot Alma Home lloamiro UUgo Park Valley Meadow Lawn Hiver Viow KXrBISS 800 UnIonDonotLouIiroAr 120ru 105 J T For salo by 0 W Short Cloverport Ky 845 011 022 932 012 OM 060 1007 1015 1023 1020 1013 1051 Wctt Point Uoctlloven Long liranch Weldon - 1224 1207am 1169 11111 Ekron luiton Irvlngton Weliter 1odlhurg PIcrco 1110 1131 Simple Stoiihcniport Holt Cloverport Arand Schuermeyer 1105 1121 Heyker ICO Tho German Government hns placed to the credit of tho Navy Department V2 000 000 marks to bo expended on now mon-of-w- ar elxool Books School Supplies -- -- 3I1JDCTJTS A splendid lino of Fancy Flannel Shirts them Thero nro nearly twolve thousand plcasuro boats Including bouso boats used on tho upper reaches of tho Thames IIouso boats nro becoming so common la England that thero Is valk about taxing apocEps CINCINNATI OHIO 1132 1150 1157au 121 li u 1227 1237 Arr 100 109 120 131 150i uArr Skllloian Ilawesvllle Falcon 1123 1115 1100 1057 1062 1013 1031 1018 1002 01R G Lewliport Poweri Pates Oweniboro Stanley Worthlngton SpotUylllo 029 921 903 819 Lye 839au 803 711 735 Lvo 720aU 8U llaiketta Ilondcrson POIR Fall Stock of Gents Furnishing Goods just in Dont fail to seo them sv t JIMO New styles of Neck Wear Latest things in Collars and Cuffs D B A B B A G E Cor of Wall Elm Sts