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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIV DR CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1889 NO 15 Com- Â¬ i 11GE SAILS HUT 000 u SQURE FEET i ALL ON ONE PLOOE r it -- HK DICTATES A FAKEWELL SERMON TO ALL HIS READERS In FrMVfa cilip7li S II 0 u s Everything Conceivable to Make Home fortable Attractive and Happy M Ilo cnlnir lo tho Holy Inild mitt Alrcuil reel tliq ltiplrntloii of Iriictlcul Applica- Â¬ tion IP POWDER Absolutely Pure Xtizurclli mill llcllilLiii Clip criiiiiini anil Joriimilcni tJood New Yoiik on IIoaiid tiiu City of Iaiiir Oct SKI The Hov T Do Witt Tnlnuigo 1 I of Brooklyn on Ills embarkation or tho Holy Lam by tho steamer City of 1uris nd dressed his millions of friends through tho press taking lor his text Acts xx 13i Anil they accompanied hint unto tho ship Ills scrmou Is printed below at full lcngtlu To tho moro thnti twenty flvo million peo plo In many countries to whom my sermons como week by week In English toiigtio nnd by translation through tho kindness of tho nowspaper press I address theso words 1 dlctnto them to n stenographer on tho ovo of myilepartitro for tho Holy Land 1nlcntlnc When you road this sermon I will bo mid I go to bo gono a fow weeks on n Atlantic religious Journoy I go becnuso I want for myself and hoarcrs and readers to soo Beth lehem and Nazareth nnd Jerusalem and Cal vary and all tho other places connected with tho Saviours llfo nnd death and so myself for sermons I go also becnuso I am writing tho Llfo of Christ and can bo moro accurato nnd graphic when I havo been nn oyo witness of tho sacred places Pray for my successful journoylug nnd my safo reÂ¬ Â¬ j A marvel of Tht powder novcr varloi Wore purity strength and wholesoinene economical than the ordinary kinds unit can not b sold In competition with the multitude of low test ihort weight alum or lUhna OTAl DakIKO Solil only in ram powders 1oWDKR Co 106 Wall Streot Now York NEVER Woods and very latest and odd Chairs from styles 1250 and tip 110 up wards 1 II ai 5 0 Styles Hanging ruMjiDtuftauu ji l hlsjr 33 Parlor Suits in endless rgii riiK 7 Ofe fapdpLamps 200 upwards Jrylrrt 35c variety 2000 and up- Â¬ It Wardrobes 700 to JZzrjzitriii flH VsZytnrVA v v wards 7uiHHl 1 flmrnmin jlllm F 7500 fewHWHill V jZ Finest line of China Folding Lounges 685 ft U a 9 tt B a1 7h Q fl llm LI ftaSRlftlW dSO H iit trfP K u Toilet Sets in the Couu- f rrVVM ia mm c nfrn h m avwKisiWKyMWfuWftiifrtizmvmi to 5000 mmm vuRflMAwjrjVWiVW from 250 up 1000 Fancv Honkers SgZZZZSEZZZ zV r c r i y y 5zzss v x ui i I TS MMII - H til F3 V 7 tjpii bxJm jev3v O ysayy CI 1 T 1 T JD3U JLiOOIIl OUILS 111 illl t l 11 1 k A i i FAILS PLEflSflHT TO TAKE for Chills and Fever Intermittent ltcmlttent lllllous nnd Malarial Fever Dumb Ague Hwamn Fever and oil Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria Thn nv finffnin mid Itirectnnl euro Perfectly harmless contains no Arsenic or ttiiliiliic mid can be given to tlio movt delicute person with erfect safety As a Tonic for Tired Feellnjr Loss of Appetite Headaclio Nervous Depression and Malaria itktnuds owHplrltsorlKliintlngfroni iono and without a Parallel 8100 Btneraltg lllIOre It frmmhts For Bottlo BoU J C MENDENHALL fit CO sou rnonuiroBS DYJ KrJ3rsrixLi int v b a SOLD AND WAKKANTED friends In high places and low upon congregations to whom my bcrmons are read In ul senco of pastors upon groups gathered out on prairies und in mining districts upon all tick and Invalid and aged ones who cannot attend churches but to whom I hnvolongad ministered through tbo printed page My next sermon will bo addressed to you from Homo Italy for I fuel ltko Paul when ho said So as much as In mo Is I am ready to preach tho gospel to you that are at Homo also Tho fact Is that Paul was over mov ing about on land or con Ho was an old sailor not from occupation but from frequency of travel I think ho could havo taken a vessel across tho Mediterranean as well as como of tho ship captains Tho sailors uovcr scoffed at him for being a land lubber If Pauls ndvlco had boon taken tho crow would never bavo gono ashore at Mclita Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ turn I wish on tho ovo of departure to pro nouueo a loving benediction upon all my The above are only a very few of the line of goods we carry If you want a Bureau a Washstand a Bedstead a Set of Chairs a Rocker a Bed Room Suite a Parlor Suite a Set of Dishes a Book Case a Cabinet a Wardrobe a Clock Shelf a Corner Bracket a What not a Folding Lounge a Desk a Hat Rack a Stand Table or Extension Table a Kitchen Table a Kitchen Safe a Cook Stove a Heating Stove a Parlor Carpet a Bed Room Carpet in fact any kind of PAUL OK THE OCKAN GEOfflcCUBBINS D BALER IN OR HARDWARE GOODS TINWARE l Groceries Notions Jewelery SALT Lima and Cement Alio igont fur the Louisville Evening Post STEPHENSPOItT KY uJjll Ji yJh ONE MONTHS TRIAL op this LOUISVILLE 1 POST Tho Bost Afternoon Paper in tho South All the News All the Gossip All 50c a Month the Markets 5 a Year THE EVENlGPOST CO ioirisvuii Louisville St Louis ivV Texas R R Co SCHEDULE TIME Tailing iilect At 61OO nsro 8 H oclck A Sunday May 12 1S89 Will found Mill ANU KxrRcsa TVciiii utt Hound Truint MklU AND 7I51U 800 IiV kxpress UnlonDepotLoulsreAr 120rit Kontucky Strict 105 STATIONS Alms House Ilouiuro Illdge Purk Valley Meadow Lawn Kivcr View West Point Hock Haven Long llranch 813 DH 1122 1225 o32 042 061 Brandenburg Ekron Ouiton 1207au 1149 II 10 1140 1131 1007 1015 1023 1051 QU Irvlngton Webster Lodiburg Pierce Sample Stephenaport Holt Cloverport 10211 10 43 M 1105 1120 1182 1140 1157am 13MrM Skllloian Hawmllle Falcon Lowliport 1121 1115 1100 1057 1052 1043 1031 101b 1002 018 933 V21 a 03 When tho vessel went scudding under bare poles Paul was tho only self possessed man on board and turning to tho excited crow nnd despairing passengers ho exclaims In a volco that sounds abovo tho thunder of tho tempest Bo of good cheer and tho wrath of tho sea Tbo men who now go to sea with maps nnd charts and modern compass warned by buoy and lighthouse know nothing of tho perils of ancient navigation Horace said that tho man who llrst ventured on tho boa must bavo had a heart bound with oak and triplo brass Feople then ventured only from headland to headland and from Island to island and not until long after spread their sail for a voyago across tho sea Boforo starting tho weather was watched and tho vessel having been hauled up on tho shore tho mariners placed their shoulders against tho stern of tho ship and heaved it off they nt tho last moment leaping into It Vessels were then chiefly ships of burden tho transltof passengers being tho exception for tho world was not then migratory as In our day when tho first desire of a man In ono placo seems to bo to get Into another place Tho 6hlp from which Jonah was thrown overboard und that In which Paul was carried prisoner went out chiefly with tho Idea of taking a cargo As now so then vessels wero accustomed to carry a flag In those times it was Inscribed with tho namo of a heathen deity A vessel bound for Syra cuso had on It tho inscription Castor and Pollux Tbo ships wore provided with anchors Anchors wore of two kinds thoso that wore dropped Into tho sea and thoso that were thrown up on to tho rocks to hold tho vessel fast This last kind was what Paul alluded to when bo saldt Which hopo wo havo as an anchor of tho soul both sure and stcadfust and which entcreth into that with in thovntl That was what tho sailors call Tho rocks nud sand bars a hook anchor shoals and headlands not being mapped out vessels carried n plumb lino Thoy would drop it and find tho water fifty fathoms anil drop it again and find it forty fathoms and drop it again and find It thirty fathoms thus discovering tholr ucar approach to tho shore In tho spring summer and autumn tho Mediterranean sea was whlto with tho wings of ships but at tho first wintry blast they hied themselves to tho nearest harbor although now tho worlds commerce prospers In January as well as in Juno and in midwinter all ovor tbo wido and stormy deep there float palaces of light trampling tho billows under foot and showering tho sparks of teniblo furnaces on tho wild wind and tho Christian passenger tippeted and shawled sits under tho shelter of tho smokestack look- Â¬ ing off upon tho phosphorescent deop on which is written in scrolls of foam and flro Thy way O Qod Is In tho boa and thy path In tho great waters I It Is In thoso days of early navigation that I seo a group of men women and children on tho beach of tho Mediterranean Paul Is about to leave tho congregation to whom he had preached and thoy are como down to soo him off It Is a solomn thing to part There are so many traps that wait for a mans feet Tho solid ground may break through and tho soa how many dark mys Â¬ teries it hides in its bosom I A fow counsel a hasty good by a last look and tho ropes rattle and tho sails are hoisted and tho planks aro hauled in and Paul Is gono I ox pect to sail ovcrsomoof tho same waters ovor which Iaul sailed but before going I want to urge you all to embark for heaven Tho church Is tho dry dock where souls are to bo fitted out for heaven In making a ves Â¬ sel for this voyago tbo first need U sound timber Tho floor timbers ought to bo of solid stuff For tho want of it vessels that looked able to run tholr jlbbooms Into tho eyo of any tempest when caught In a storm havo been crushed llko a wafer Tho truths of Gods Word are what I moan by floor timbers Away with your lighter materials Nothing but oaks hawn In tlo forest of divine truth are stanch onough for this craft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Or HOUi We have the largest house USHING GO COHVLIE JL3ST1D SEE inTJSSouth or and most complete stock the Whatever West and The Lowest Prices on the Continent Everything exactly as represented or money refunded world the flesh nud tho dnvll mid tlmtIsa well built prow that can bound over them For lack of this many havo put back and jiover started again It tho broadside wavo that so often sweeps tho deck and fills tbo hutches but that which strlkos In front li harmless Meet troubles courageously and you surmount thorn Btand On the prow nud as you wlpo off tho spray of tho split surge cry out with tho npostlot Kono of Let all your fears theso thiugs movo me stay aft Tho right must conquer Know that Moses In an ark of bulrushes can run down a war steamer 1 Pitrtser Black BUUUw Â¬ 219 221 223 225227 WEST JEFFERSON ST Near 2d LOUISVILLE KY 8 BTIIIKINO MAUITIME BnltLES 1227 1237 100 10U lower 1alei Arr Oweniboro 84U Lve 8 3Um 128 134 lSOiuArr Stsnley Worthlngton Snottivlllo Ilaikett llenderion 814 803 T41 - Lye 720am 735 y K J ry it t UHiy SMlvatlon tHi KiiismiR m You must havo lovo for a helm to guide and turn the craft Neither pride nor am bition uor avarloo will do for a rudder Love not only la tho heart but flashing in the eye and tingling In tho hand lovo mar Â¬ ried to work which many look upon as so homely a brido love not like brooks which foam and rattle yet do nothing but lore like a river that runs up the stops of mill wbeols and works in the harness of factory bauds love that will not pass by on tho other side but visits tbo man who full among thlovcs near Jericho not merely saylugi Poor fel low you kb dreadfully hurt but llko the good Samaritan pours In oil and wlno and paribU board at the tavern Thoromust alo bo a prow arrauged to out and override tbo billow That Is Christian perseverance There aro threo mountain surges thatsomo Umt daih against soul In n minute the Â¬ Â¬ and windlass hold on to your anchor It any man sin wo hnvo an advornta with tho Do not use tho anchor wrongfully Father Do not always stay In the same latitude ami longitude You will noverrldoup tho har bor of Ktcrnal Rest If you all tbo way drag your anchor But you must havo sails Vessels aro not fit for tho sea until they havo tho flying jib tho foresail tho topgallant tho skycall tho gnifsall and other canvas Faith Is our canvas Hoist It and tho winds of heaven Will drlvo you ahead Balls mado out of any other canvas than fiilth will bo silt to tatters Strong faith uover by tho first northeaster lost a battle It will crush foes blast rocks quench lightnings thresh mountains It Is u shield to tho warrior a crank to the moss ponderous wheel a lover to pry up pyramids a drum whoso beat gives strength to tho stop of tho heavenly soldlory and salU to waft ships laden with priceless pearls from tho harbor of earth to tho harbor of heaven But you are not yet equipped You must havo what seamen call tho running rigging This comprises tho ships braces halliards clew linos and such like Without thcbo tho yards could not bo braced tho sails lifted uor tho canvas In auywlso managed Wo hnvo prayer for tho running rigging Unless you understand thu tackling you are not a spiritBy pulling on theso ropes you ual bcamau hoist tho sails of fulth and turn thorn every whither Tho prow of courage will not cut tho wavo nor tho sail of faith spread and flap its wing uuless you bavo strong prayer for a halliard Ono moro arrangement and you will bo ready for the sea You must have a compose which is tbo Bible Look at it every day and always sail by it m Its noodlo points toÂ¬ ward tho Star of Bethlehem Through fog and darknee and storm It works faithfully Box tho compass Search tho Scriptures Lot mo glvo you two or threo rules for the voyago Allow your appotitos and passions only an under deck passage Do not allow tuom ever to como up on tho promenade deck Mortify your members which are upon tho earth Never allow your lower nature anythlug better than a steerage passage Let watchfulness walk tho dock as aii armed sentinel and shoot down with great prompt Â¬ ness anything like a mutiny of riotous appe-Â¬ tites Bo sure to look out of tbo forocaitlo for ico Theso are cold gbrlstlans floating berK Â¬ tub ANCiion or uors Hnvo n good strong anchor Which hopo wo havo as an anchor By this strong cablo sors will sink you Steer clear of Icebergs Keep a log book during nil tbo voyago an account of bow many furlongs you mako a day The merchant keeps a day book as well as a lodger Youought to know overy uight as woll ns overy yoar how things are going When tho express train stops at tho do pot you boar a hammer Bounding ou all tho wheels thus testing tho safety of tho rail train Bound as wo are with more than ex Â¬ press speed toward a great eternity ought wo not often to try tho work of self examina tion I Bo sure to keep your colors upl You know tho ships of England Ilussln Franco and Spain by the ensigns thoy carry Sometimes It is a Hon sometimes an eagle sometimes a star sometimes a crowu Lot it ever bo known who you aro and for what port you aro bound Let Christian bo written on tho very front with a llguro of iv cross a crown and a dovo and from tho masthead let float tho streamers of Immanuel Then tho pirate vessels of temptation will pass you unharmed as thoy say There goes n Christian bound for tho port of hoavon Wo will not disturb her for tho has too many guns Him up your flugonlhls pulley aboard I am not ashamed of tho gospel of Christ for it Is tho power of God nud tho wisdom of Qod unto salvation When driven back or laboring under groat stress of weather now changing from starboard tack to larboard and then from larboard to iturbourd look abovo tho topgallants and your heart shall beat llko n war drum as tho streamers float ou tho wind Tho sign of tho cross will mako you jiatlcut and tho crowu will mako you glad Â¬ Â¬ ill kill UUtllcu tuv At Kl Ajilf Jftutea- - Co Mum In I Iki Abktrucl When a renn has n cntnrnct it is cruel to dam his eyes any further Hvchango Not every man who lays wnuer is in Â¬ clined to cackle over it Richmond Dis- Â¬ patch When a man if sclf mado lew people nro left in iguorauco of tho fuel Hjjton Courier A man U not necessarily of heavy cal iber because he has a large mouth Has ton Transcript Kven Iho homeless man inny havo n titio clear to mansions in tho skies Florida Times Union It tnkes ii smart man lo tell a cnod He but nearly nil men grow miiurler lint longer they nre married Somervillo tounded tho ages There H no way fo get the wheat out of tho straw but to thresh It There is no way to purify tho gold but to burn It Look at tho peoplo who have al ways had It their own way Thoy are proud discontented useless and unhappy If you want to find cheerful folks go among thoso who havo been purified by tho flro After Hosslnl had rendered William Toll thfa flvo hundredth time a company of musiciaus came under his window in Paris and sere naded him They put upon his brow a golden crown of laurel loaves But amidst all the applause and enthusiasm Hosslnl turned to u friond nnd said I would give all this brill iant scene for a fow days of youth und love Contrast tho melancholy feeling of Hosslnl who had everything that this world could glvo him to the joyful experience of Isaao Watts whoso misfortunes wero Innumerable when ho sayst Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And now may tho blessing of God como down upon your IkxIIcs nud iiikiii your souN your fathers ami mothers your companion your children your brothers nnd sisters nnd your frlendsl May you lio blessed in your bushier nnd in your pleasures in your Joys and in your sorrows in tho house ami by tho wnyl And if during our separation nu arrow from tho unseen world should strike any of us may It only hnsteu on tho raptures that God has prepared for thoso who lovo html I utter not tho word fnrowcll It Ij too sad too formal n word for mo to speak or wrlto But considering that I havo your hand tightly clasped In both of mlno 1 utter a kind an aliectlounto and a cheerful good by I Saved by Heuucrd Tho fast India splco laden clipper ship Ann Citinc 118 days out from Ceylon was sighted Thursday by tho tug Hercules off tho capes The hill of ZIon yields A thousand sacred sweets Before we roach tho heavenly field Or walk the goldea streets Then let our Jongs abound And ovary tear bo dry Were marchlug through Immanuof ground To firer worlds on high TUB VOVAC115 TO ETWINITV Boforo you gain port you will smell tho land breezes of heaven and ChrUt tho Illot will meet you as you como Into tho Narrows of Death nnd fasten to you and say t When thou passuit through tho waters I will bo with thee and through tho rivers thoy shall not overflow theo Aro you ready for such avovngol Mako up your minds Tho gang All planks are lifting Tho boll rings nboard for heaven I This world Is not your rest The challlnch Is tho slllleot bird in all tho earth for trying to mako its nest on tho rocking billow Oh how I wish that as I em bark for the Holy Land In tho oast all to whom I preach by touguu or typo would em bark for heaven What you all most need Is Qod and you need him now Borne of you I leave in trouble Things aro going very rough with you You have had u hard struggle with poverty or sickness or orso cutlon or bereavement Light after light has gono out and It Is so dark that you can hardly tee any blessing left May that Jesus who comforted tho widow of Nalu and raised tho deceased to llfo with his gentle band of sympathy wlpo away your tears AU l well When David was fleeing through tho wil derness pursued by bis owu son ho was be Â¬ ing prepared to bocomo tho swoot singer of Israel Tho pit and tho dungeon wero tho best schools at which Joseph over graduated The hurricane that upset the tent and killed Jobs children prepared the man of Ui to write the luagullieeut poem that has as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is prosperity that kills and trouble that Whllo tho Israelites wero on tho saves march amidst great privations and hard ships thoy behaved well After uwbllo thoy prayed for meat and the sky darkoned with a largo flock of malls and thoM malls fell In grant multitudes all about them and tho Is raelites ato and ato and stuffed themselves until they died Oh my friend It is not hardship or trial or starvation that Injures tho soul but abundant supply It is not tho vulture of trouUlo that eats up tho Christians life It Is tho quails I It Is tho quails I cannot leave you until onco more I con fuss my fulth In tho Saviour whom I hnvo preached Ho Is my all in all I owe more to thogracoof Qod than most men With this ardent tomonimeiit If I had gono over bourd I would havo gone to tho very depths You know I can do nothing by halves O to grace how great a debtor Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dally Im constrained to bo I Do not bo worried I think all will bo woll about mo I know that my Hodecmor llveth and if any fatality should befall me I think of tho Delaware leaking badly nnd wiw owed to Now York She had ou board n cargo of spices worth 1000000 and tho ship Journal was savod from foundering ou tho voyago In No man can nppreciito what n mother n curious manner Ou thobhlpsbecoudday out from Coylon it was noticed that tho vos feels l ho first time she hears her boy sneer sol was leaking Tho leak gradually increased at womankind Milwaukee Journal off tho Capo of Oood Hopo after a severe One of the anomalies of modern civili- Â¬ westerly gnlo with a mountainous sea Tho wator gained rapidly nud tho course of the zation Is the man who peisisls in shutting vessel was turned towurd St Helena But tho ollico door in summer and leaving it still tho leak Increased to twenty Inches per ojar in winter Uinghnmton Leader hour and Cupt Weldeu seriously contem ubaudoulug the vessel ami ho proba plated To relievo headache correct disorders bly would hnvo dono so had not tho vessel reached tho gulf stream current where tho of the stnniich nnd increase thu appetite drift seaweed worked Itself into tho crevices nnd for the cure of liver complaint uso of tho ships bottom stopping tho leak and Â¬ giving all hands uu opportunity to rust As Ajera Cathartic 1illj They aro perfect long as posslblo tho vessel was kept In this ly safe to take nnd invariably promote n great cm rent of wutor and then her course healthy action of the digestive organ was bhnpod toward tho capes On arriving oil tho coast tho lank again Increased and Jovcl AVoiiiiiii whon found by tho nerculos tho chip was Lovo is an excuse for a womnn to tell leaking at tho rato of twenty four Inches an hour To tho drift seaweed alono do tho ownKxchauge ynu nil her troubles ers owo tho salvation of ono of tho finest ves Â¬ gteutest of all pootry is a girli first Iho sels In tho worlds merchant marlno nnd ono of tho most valuable cargoes a balling vessel lovo letter Merchant Traveler has over brought to America Sho hud on they LainlludUs are famous gossips board over 4000 tons of Ceylon spices val llostou pay great attention to roomers ucd at eiOOOOOO lllladelpUla Record Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I should go straight I havo been most un worthy and would bo sorry to think that any ono of my friends had Iteeu as unworthy a Christian ns myself But God has helped a great many through and I hopo ho will help mo through It Is a long account of shortcomings but If hois going to rub any of It out I think ho will rub it all out And now glvo us for I go not alone your benediction When you bond letters to a friend In a distant laud you say via such n city or via such a etcamor When you send your good wlshos to ui send thorn via the throno of God Wo shall not travel out of tho reach of your prayers Â¬ What fools ihoso mortals be that they should continua to suffer from headaclio when ono dose of Iaxador will reltuve them 1rlce only 23 cents Thousands and thousand of children die each year of dvtomery nnd diarrliaa that could havo been simil by Dr Hulls lluby Syrup Past It Is a pretly Berlous chariio to bring against a woman to lay that she means all Kxchnngo woman if her husband blows his nose he wakens the baby nnd if tho baby cries it wakens him Atchinson Globe A sulky utrl may sometimes be cured by taking her In a buggy with a seal just wide enough for two Samervllla Journal An old maid stld sho wished she was an auctioneer for then it would bo porfectly Mako me an ufTorV proper to say Texas Sidings she says loor The Iiapiliti of Nmhvtllo Tonn are celling up n memorial to tho liaptiils of America to raise funds Inr tho purpose of establishing a Hnptit University in that city There Is a sceno whoro spirits dwell Where friend holds luteivount with friend Though Hindered far by Mull to meet Around one common mercy seat - r V 1 tyfiOHirit MHfM imSiSJIWi linli ip J4JffltWr HlwVWliW Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVKMllKIt G Tug work ol dipping asphalt is going on in thts county below lrvington on tbe L 11 and W Chambers is tbo Demo Miss Mary crntlo cnndldnlo for County Superintend ent of Schools In Mason county Ky 1 HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT 1881 HMIHMir - - IMIIor 7nodbadbaqe I St Ii V DO YOU KNOW UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I DISTRIBUTED T Iiocnl Tlmo Cnril West Mall anil Express going Knit Express Mixed Knit West East Wot 1018 1105 651 957 1152 020 am ii m pm pm nm am General Wannamakcr lias succeeded li securing n reduction In tcl egrnphlo rates for the Uovcrnmont loHTMABTKii TO OUlt COllKKSPONMrNTN Get the news and gel all the news and From Danas nothing but the netct Celebrated Maxims in Journalism Dummi the lust three weeks over a half million dollars worth of horses have been told In Fnjette Hourhon Scott and Ilar- riton counties Is renomiWiiiTiiuii OrovcrClcvolnnd nated by the Democrats for the Presidency or not bis Ideas on political questions will bo respected and appreciated by them Â¬ Clovernort A Kentucky life Ii beautiful and growing llttlo city of 2000 situated on tbo Ohio river 110 Inhabitant miles from Louisville by water and 73 mllei by rail Tbe largest town Id the county of Urcckcnrldge with a population of over 20000 Area 350 acrei and 1000 acret moro available for manufacturing sites outtlde city limits She has one btnk one newspaper a commer cial club six churches free high school flour Init mill planing mill and suw mill two ex tirsia rmntinntn t titers nil telephone and D proposed water works natural gns low taxes and liberal Inducements to manufactories brick yards tho seven tobacco warehouses best cannel and bituminous coal asphalt and an Inexhaustible supply of tho finest plate glass sand In the world Poplar and white onk timber In abundance and floated to our doors by Clover Cannel coal and creek and Sinking creek timber lands reached by coal road eight miles Lib long Ileal estate low and rents cheap Fine eral inducements to manufactories opening for woolen mills glass factories pottery wngon factory furnlturo factory or Situany kind of manufacturing enterprises ation high dry and healthful Â¬ Â¬ The Democratic Stato Contral Commit teo will meet in Lexington Ky to day to fix upon n time and place for holding the convention to nominato a candidnto Clerk of the Court of Appeals for Some of our cltzens haro had a pretty fair idea during tho last few days of what it is to fliibt u big corporation in tbe A number of them have been rut courts at Ilardinsburg for the last ten days awaiting their turn on tbo witness stand Tile Anarchists are recruiting members to their societies in many parts of the A great deal of their work is country carried on secretly and tbe organization is becoming more dangerous to the law abiding people of this country A little more hemp thould bo used on them in Chicago 1 1 Hnrdinsburgs rnncbinery Rets out of order tbe knows where to find the shops Vice President Morton has been granted in bis new hotel at Washington a license to sell liquor A comnrn postmaster has been appointed for Clnrksville Tena It is not reporl cd whether he is able to read or write 1000 400 Gen Raum Pension Commissioner will 300 of7850 60000 Â¬ OUU i be sixty years old iu December 200 100000 He is oath required by the Constitution nnd received hia naturalization papers to be- Â¬ money at any cost irraoxiuATioN rntzEa Come and got these goods at your own price Our only interest in the sale is the Tut Slate is going to be called upon one of tbe three old men in Washington 100 Prises of 400 aro- 40000 come a citizen of the United States 100 Prises of 300 are again to put up more money with which to who are called Sbnkesperiitn in their type 30000 100 Prises of 200 are If you are raising or feeding bogs you of bead and face the others being Justice 20000 commission paid by tho the needy manufacturer not you complete the State penitentiary at Eddy Come singly or como in crowds Terminal Pbizis Of tbe cannot afford tJ be without Dr HaaB 999 Prltos of 100 are ville Over o00 000 has already been ex- Â¬ Field and Congressman Deed 99900 999 Priios of 100 are tbreoUaum Is the handsomest and looks Great Hog Remedy It is a sure aud pos- but conic quickly pended 99900 First como first served Five acres of floor covered with carpets alone itive preventative of hrg cholera and most like the portraits of tbe bard of Avon 3134 Prizes amounting to 1044800 Slxator Quny is disgusted with the de- Â¬ Gen Raum has a fine house in Washing- Â¬ thousands of feeders recommend It nnd Note Tickets drawing Capital Prises are termination of President Harmon to per Â¬ ton His wife is tbo happy mother of say they cannot afford to bo without it to not entitled to terminal Prises Beard Heeler mit Mr Harrity Philadelphias Democra- Â¬ three sons and five daughters Of the raise hogs successfully AGENTS WANTED tic post master to remain until bis four latler three ore married and one is a wid- Â¬ DeTernett keep it for Bale pCr For Club rates or any further information Gen and Mrs Ituum are noted for ow yenrs term expires In tho cuit of Mrs Annio Newsom desired write legibly to the undersigned Owensboro Inquirer their hospitality against the railroad company for damages clearly stating your residence with State County Strcot and Number Morerapld return The Pan American delegates visited tbe tho jury returned a verdict in favor of the mall delivery will be assured by your enclos Â¬ Piusident Harrirons administration is plaintiff for tomb of Abraham Lincoln last week near There are several other ing an Envelope bearing your full address Except Show Cases Mirrors and goods bought at auction admitted to be very unsatisfactory to a suita against the company yet lo come up Springfield III Standing iu front of the IMPORTANT Among the on the question of damages statue several members of the party made large class of Republicans The regular ttiuii in A DAUPHIN members of his Cabinet whero it would panel of the jury wab discharged last Sat- Â¬ short speeches eulogizing the man whose Now Orleans I a seem there should be a spirit of harmony urday and tho sheriff directed to summons or iTI A DAUPHIN memory they honored Washington D O upon nil questions of public policy there a new venire of twenty four mnn to re- Â¬ By ordinary lettor containing Mokky ORnitR issued by all Express Companies Mns Harrison recently remarked that are numerous misunderstandings nnd the port Mouday mnrniug at i oclock New York Exchange Draft or Postal Noto Ws pay she docs not want her husband to receive members are saying hard things of each Tho Nolin Presbytery of tho Cumber- Â¬ ox CuBnicoir sent us by Express of 5 or over From tho different Slates leadiog Indeed other a second term of the Presidency land 1resbjleriun Church met hero last Address Registeredletiers to madum you nttd not be worried over that uepublicans who were warm supporters Friday at 11 oclock a m Tho introduc- Â¬ NEW OHLUANS NATIONAL HANK We tiust that the Deraocrncy of of tbo President prior to bis election are tory sermon was prerched by matter Rev John Wow Orleans sn the country will see to it that be is not sending in their appeals for recognition S Ward Rev II C Hook was chosen in the service only to have theni go to the REMEMBER that the payment of nil prises burdened wiib a second term moderator About n dozen ministers wcro waste basket Such is the situation and lKVANTEED B3f otm NATIONAL IJANKS of New Orleans and the Tickets are present and the meeting which lasted sev- Â¬ thog o p is badly disgruntled signed by the President of an Institution Mit Reuben A Miller has resigned the eral days was very harmonious lfX00 whose chartered rights are recognized In the office of State Inspector and Examiner The Courier Journal says Col Fa weeds was rulsed to defray the expenses of two highest Courtsj therefore boware of any Imita Â¬ tions or annonymous schemes This wns made necessary on ncconnt of new and promising prcject the Louisville young preachers attending school at Leba- Â¬ JNE DOLLAR Is the price of the smallest bis growing law practice at Owensloro Cincinnati and Dayton road is nn eotub non Tenn part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US Mr lished fact and will be built beyond which now demands bis whole time In nny Drawing Anything in our name a of Hows This Miller has many fiiends iu Ureckenridgp doubt ered for less thar a Dollar Is a swindle The people of New Albany Ind Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward who watch his prosperity with pleasure and are offering him aid to extend it from VOTE OF THE PRIMARY ELECTION Jef Louisville market lienor Gov- Â¬ feel a keen inlerett in his success fersonville to that city and make it the for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo County County cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure ernor Uuckncr has appointed Hon Wiley terminnl point instead of Jcfltreonville Supt Sur Cor County Clerk Corrected weekly by II W Herndon Jc Co Sheriff Judge Attorney Jailer Assessor Schools vyr oner J Mncy County Judge of Hart to suc- Â¬ Col Fawcett is ft great success as a build- Â¬ F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo O Commission Merchants 144 3d street T We the undersigned have known Mr ceed him Apples fancy Rorao Beautle er of railroads nnd hut for him probably 1 85 2 00 i i the L St L iV T would never have been F J Cheney for tbe last 15 years and be fancy N Y Pippins 1 50 1 75 liove him to be perfectly honorable In nil common Cloverport missed it when shi 1 00 1 25 The grand jury that has just been in built PRECINCTS poatoca business transactions and financially able 90 70 session at Hnrdinsburg in their report to didnt put the Cloverport and Fordsville if 0nlon 1 00 to 1 25 Judge Mcllenth on tbe condition of tbe into bis hands when he propoced to build to carry out any obligation made by their Dried Apples firm 3 3 county jail say that they consider the iron it V Dried Peaches Wrst Tiiuax Wholesale Druggists To- Â¬ 2 3 cells in tho building safe for prisoners but H IIay 8 00 fffi 11 00 ledo O Some very prominent men for instanco The otherwise the building is unsafe fe Oats K llardiosburg 18 192 20 78 204 tbe Mayor of Boston has address a letter Waiuixu Kin sax it Maiivix Wholesale 74 103 207 1 208 truth is the time has come fur Urecken 246 100 71 Cloverport 148 64 144 voru 10 100 35 17 30 Drucgists Toledo O 147 1 134 to the members of the CiviJ Servico Com- Â¬ 103 28 113 Union Star ridge county to build a new jail out and 109 22 73 1 Wheat 3 113 118 70 49 8 13 78 34 E H Van Hujskv Cashier Toledo Na- Â¬ Stepbensport 13 111 U0 2 7 out and one thnt will be n credit to ibo mission asking what part officials of tho Veal calves 107 80 20 48 44 21 4 Moolejiville 5 00 09 22 42 tional Dank Toledo O government may tako In prncticnl politics 14 83 The cells that 43 17 couuty and her people E Bewleyville 17 18 Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally Clifton Mills Butlcr are now in the jail were put there during Tho Commission answer and say that 6 15 there is nothing in the rules to prohibit a nctlng directly upon the blood and mucus lllg Spring Chickens Spring tho war and arc ubout rusted out Tho old 1 75 2 25 lludsonvillo 40 from an officeholder Testimonnls sent Custer 43 40 Chickens old for surfaces of tho system 79 brick houBe is a disgrace to tho county contribution 2 25 2 50 f 107 104 67 political purposes 70 Sold by all llurai Turkeys live As u matter of fact free Price 75c perboltle s want a new 7 q and is of little service 8 Druggists McDanlels 00 ded 117 9 134 SO 70 structure from the ground up and the thats true tho Rppublicuu that fails to Planters Hall 7 Feathers prime 2 21 23 43 Rock Vale 43 next court of claims will no doubt give us put up when called upon is kicked out of IliKh School ftolus Feathers lnlxod office Liberty Hall It takes money and plenty ol it to 21 25 35 the necessary appropriation for the pur- Â¬ 29 28 24 29 g VA It is a very raro thing that n successful pose Hy the time it is completed there run the g o p and when one of them Beowax 21 22 will be n Democratic jailer to lake It in fails to unto up his little mite off goes bis business man ever volunteers advico to low The abovo is the fullest roport that could be obui ned up bend The Civil Servico law is a dead others concerning the way those others 4K to tho lime of going to press The official vote will be given next wock Green Hides chargo and evt rylhiog will move on in 3 4 letter In the Republican camp should manage their own business good order the Dryin1 Mr D Richardson was in Louisville Nome Points About 6 8 UNION STAR tho Kentucky Sheep Pelts advice nearly ulwoys comes from the recently 1 00 35 The ticket which the Democracy gives failures Tbe Journal Job rooms has just printed a Iturnl Press inen 2 50 2 60 Mrs Lou Roberts and Mrs Harvey Eng Â¬ through tho primary election to theyeople hindsomo pamphlet dcscrlptito of Cloverport Miss Lizzie Cashman has tho measles ellowRoot The Owensboro Messenger publishes Miss Lillie Cooper is now installed with 25 30 lish spent last Friday with Mrs Dr Milner Ky Its advantages Ac A large number Is held Inst Saturday ia one tukint it ull to- Â¬ moro news and In better shape than any May Apple Root her pupils in tho tcain building and her Mr Peabody has tbreo sick children 4 4 gether that will meet with hut little ob ad Uiued and will be distributed to the belt Primary election going off today nnd lots other paper LIVE STOCK boys are preparing a bookcase for the Mr Higgs two sick children are improv Â¬ vantage Tho enterprising merchants of that jection from any quarter After due de- Â¬ ol people in town Hogs choice packing 3 85 3 90 The Glasgow Times contains the bright Â¬ progressive pluoo lire exhibiting a commend liberation the party makes the choice and library they ore nmkinir There is only ing Ho 3 35 St 4 00 one thing equal to getting tho children est paragraphs Is evident that Cloverport It able spirit its eoleciion will doubtless meet with gen- Â¬ Mr J J Severs was in Ilardinsburg dur Cattle extra shippers SHILOH 3 50 4 00 intt rested and thnt is to get the parents means to reap the beneflts of Its position The Danville Advocate has the best eral satisfaction ing court week Out of so many candi- Â¬ bet butchers 3 00 3 25 awake above from tbo Henderson Now tie Farmers nro preparing for winter Stock Department and the best corps of dates in u strict family fin lit of this kind it Hum Mr Wm Minor of Holts UjIIoiii 2 25 2 75 wns There nro five good teachers now em- Â¬ iu son Journal is just such conduct upon seemed dillicult lo tako one man in prefer correspondents mon 1 00 town last wock 2 00 Health cf the community is not very of enterpiising merchants that ence to another bat tho tiling had lo be ployed nny one of whom need not bo out the part Sheep good shipping 3 j0 The Frankfort Capital is distinguished 4 00 Mr Jas L Curler is leaching at good tired and feel liko done makes a publisher common Thero is no other uoy to settle our of work n week their services aro in de Â¬ 1 00 for its excellent Slate news and comments 2 50 Miss Nunnio Oulze of Stcphcurport is his callirg renouncing tbe diirerences mand so if llicy ntako nny rules that may Duttcbke school house sxlra lambs laying aside 4 75 aud the primary election 5 00 visiting Miss Llslila Wheeler of this place from exchanges Newsom sou of Mr K 11 Gardner is common Iambs world and branding business men as in 3 50 4 25 seems tn bo tho best method by which it seem lo work n hardship in some individ- Â¬ The Owensboro Inquirer is tho best very ill with little hope of his recovery Miss Dora Gardiners school is progress- Â¬ Thero is tbe Uulckex may be accomplished grates in general Of coursu tho Re Â¬ ual cases plcnso remember it is dono for edited To the farmers Courtlund Crosson after a long illness ing nicely Tho iiiiiue Newf published in Cloverport nnd publicans look upon our primaries as n the good of the greatest number The Paris Kenluckian publishes the If you hnvo anything to sell orlfyoa and again beeu praUed by the furce because Ihey servo to keep up our mojority rules in America was ablo to bo on tho streets ono day Inst has time Mr Tom Carter is vory ill with fevor most complete opitome of Central Kentuc- Â¬ wish to buy anything Tub Nkws press of tbo State as one of tbo veiy beat organization tho very thlnn which they Knd of llu second month look out for week will ad Â¬ Mr Wm Wheeler and wife are visiting ky newb vertise it for you freeof chargo provided papers odited by the ablest men such as would like to break down However not tho report cards Mrs Molly Jolly of Stephonsport is nt relatives in New Albany Ind The Georgetown Times and Nelson Reo it does not maku over three lines Wallace Gruello Cicero Sutton J Df nnd being unJer nuy restrictions that those present visiting her parents Mr nnd Mrs These Unless the course should be chnnged There will be preaching at this place ord show Virgil liubbnge alwujs laboring for tbo Republican apostles might see fit to im tbe greatest care In selection ol notices will be placed iu a column set It DCox thern will be n graduating class this year next Sunday apart for tba purpose and you will confer matter best interests of that county and Clover- Â¬ peso upon us we go along making tuch who will lake tho honors V Tho ouo that We still see loads and loads of apples Mr Monroe Cunningham ol Missouri For over fourteen rules and choosing such mon as best suit port in particular The Uowllng Greeu Times makes the a favor on Tiik News by making uso of it does the most earnest work from now on lumber nnd stnves passing through hero is visiting friends hero years has it striven and succeeded but it us Having aquiesced in these regula- Â¬ most money en route to Stepbensport Measlns has again mado its appearance of its success to the merchants owes nouo tions and gone into the primary it ill be The Standfotd Interior Journal is the Messrs Smith Duncan and McDonald in this neighborhood of that place Not one of them hat over coined any man who calls himself a Dem- Â¬ most feirltss end out spoken passed through here with six head of fine placed advertising in its columns and yet Mr Wall West of Preston visits Ibis ocrat now lo scratch his ticket at the Tho Jessamine Journal is distinguished Tolled Angus cattle last Kriday whin a job of work for which the Nmvh August election All Democrats aro mor- Â¬ When llaby was sick wo gavo lior Castorla place qulto frequently Object for its originally quaint humor and its 0 Mr Dick Carter met with a painful ac- Â¬ office is fully equipped to txecutc even ally bound to support the nominee In When nt iti was a Child alio crlnl for Castorla typographical appearance HosKaT cident a few days ago while splitting wood that bit of enterprising progressive tho present instance we believe it will he Wlwn hu bvcamu Mum alio clung to Castorla In typographical neatness where thero Church Notes the axe glanced and cut quite a gash in his The Journal done because tho ticket as made up wo patronage is sent away When she had Children sho gavo thuin Castorla PiiEfnYTKiiux Church Sundny School are at least 60 papers handsomely printed left wrist Tho enterprising merchants of regard as being a good one one that can snyri it is hard to pick out the best but among every Sunday 9110 a in I think each and every candidate for the that progressive place are exhibiting a win and must win in 1BD0 Let all Dem Â¬ Preaching hy Iler J II Morrison each them we would class tbe Danville Advo- Many of tbe towns ocrats therefore be on guard and at tbo commendable spirit nomination of tho different offices hat Sunday night 7110 hcale Hartford Herald Dreckcnridge News proper time vole tho ticket from cend lo been interviewing our citizens during the posieii and h Ia full of such spirit Tuesday night prayor meeting 730 by Lebanon Standard LaKuo Herald and Union Local eend past three weeks Hubscribn for the HiiKCKKKninriK News Richmond Register officers of the church Kllzabethtown News co6htfihoose Tin city of Owensboro reports tbe actu- Â¬ al value of public improvements made there during the lust sixty days at the sum It was probably not polite in us to run in and take tbe L St L and T machine shops awuy from Henderson but it was Now wo invite our neighbor to business come up and see us tutn on tbe gas and Aatch the wheels go round Ureckex riiioe News Tbe invitation to see the chops is all right but we have already seen em here As to seeing the gas turned on we would say come down to Henderson in a few months and we will show you gas ns Ib gas1 Henderson Journal Mr Frank Unswell Is nt home for tie winter Judgo Mercer went to Loulllo Inst Friday Tho grand jury returned about twenty indictments The McCrnckens have opened nn office over Mr James Gardiners store The Indictment ngalnst C Ij Pate for mlsfeasnnco in effico was dismissed Mr Andrew DtJernelte has qualified as administrator of A M DeJernctte di cenred Town marshal Alex West tendered his resignation to the Hoard of Trustees last Mordoy Miss Annie Jones came down from Dig Spring last week nnd Is stopping at Judgo Milton Hoards Mr Uerry Macy and tbo widow Mnrrs were married last Sundny Rev R W Cox officiating The railroaders are nt work near town nnd it is thought the track will be laid here by tbo 20 h of this month Win Rhodes constable In tho McDan iels precinct tendered his resignation to County Judge Adkisson last Monday Col Alfred Allen was elected special Judge by tho mombers of tho bar last Monday to preside in the absence of Judge McReath Squire Gen P Duncan a citizen widely known throughout the county died at his home near Hudaonville last Friday in the 77th year of bis age Iu the action of George M Younger agaitfM Sarah J May for tho recovery of a strip of gronnd in the city of Cloverport tho plaintifls petition was dismissed Thero is no bad feeling among tbe de- Â¬ They tako their med- Â¬ feated candidates icine like little men and each and every one of them will ctand by tbe nominee Tbe dedication of the new church atWeb stcr has been postponed until the second Sunday in December Tho Ilardinsburg choir has received an invitation to be present and conduct the singing Mr Fredrick Scboen appeared before ths Circuit Court last week and took the QaZ GREAT CLIMAX THAT WE ARK Louisiana Stato Lottery Company ManiiMiirer FOR Agents Incorporated br the Legislature In 1808 for Educational and Charitable purposes and Its franchise was maJo n part of tbe present State Constitution In 1879by an overwhelming popular vote pliico Scnil Juno mill December AiiiiiihIIv nnd It wahdhwojj on each ibthe other plnco of ten moiiUm In the year umi are liiko till Over Furniture 485 Carpet Other Factories of mimic IVutv QrlcrtiiB Iu - AND THAT YOU CAN BUY FROM One Dollar to Ten Thousand Dollars on similes of our signatures attached in its advertisements For Integrity of Its Drawings and Prompt payment or its prizes Attested as follows We do hereby certify that toe supervise the arrangements for all the Momthly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State 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 al parties and we authorise the Company to use this cerficatewith fac Â¬ FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS Long Time Short Time or No Time at All OR We the 0f F1GIIHC IANATJX A eco CommlMloiiors WILL RENT THEM TO YOU If you aro still dissatisfied wo will give tlicin to you throw in a Chromo hand of music in your mind and send tlicm homo witl undersigned BanlTs and Dank ers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louis- Â¬ iana State Lotteries which may be pre- Â¬ sented at our counters 11 m WAMTISM lrca Loulalnnn National Hank clonal Hank IIAIOWIIV Pro State Na National Hank C4III KOIIN Ire Hank In Prei Now Orleans Union National DRAWING GRAND MONTHLY the Academy or Music NewOrleans Tuesday November 12 1889 WE ARE NOW RECEIVING Capital Prize 300000 100000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars each Ilavels IO Quarters to Tenths 2 Twentieths Carpets by the Car Load 2 or in11 liiirwtinni 6 CAPITAL lKIZE OP GRAND PllIZK OP OUAND PRIZE OP 1 LAltUE PHIZES OP 1 1 LIST OF FBIZI8 300000300000 100000 1 40000 24000 4j000 100 000 40 000 PHIZES OP Forced upon our Mr Moore while in the East hy tho iudigent manufacturers who had to have 100 200 24000 I 20000 24000 24000 40000 eeii Â¬ Goods delivered free of charge within one hundred miles of Louisville i3 S T MOORE LOUISVILLE KY -- CO Jefferson St Between Fourth and Fifth c t q I -- V Â¬ Â¬ q HJaM3AE Attorney at law Hardinsfsurg Kfc FOR CiERK COURT OF APPEALS Wo are authorised to annyunro w a Candldita fur Clerk Court of Appeals Sub oct to the action of Democratic Stato Convention GRORGEH MADDEN Mr Arthur Board was lu the ctly yester day Who sulli cheapest 7 Right this way pleuso lo Stilers BRANDENBURG F P Ditto was in towu Saturday W I MtCool wns In town Saturday Mr I W Lewis was In tho ctly Sun day Mrs U C Rawllrigs returned homo last week from Illinois Mrs It II Moremcn was visiting rela Â¬ tives here last week Mason McMoniglo was in Louisville tho latter part of last week Services at tho Baptist church noxt Sun day morning nnd night Mr Ben F Richardson of Cloverport spent last week In our city Proctor K Malin came homo Saturday night to slay a while with his folks Dr Rogers of Louisville was down tJ seo Mr J W Richardson last week Little Lawson Morcmen got his collar bono broken last week by falling off a horse Tho farmers in the bottom are busy husking out their corn beforo cold weather sets in Mr Georgo Sanders of Bullit county visited his sister Mrs Alonzo Morcmen last week Â¬ FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS Wo nro authorised to nnnounco or mo ciijr or Louisville a canutdato tor Judge of the Court of Appeals subject to the ncuon or toe ucmocrallo rvartr of tho Third JOHN ROBERTS Appellate District J T BAKER M D HARDINSBURG KY people of counties Tondcrs his scrvltes lo the Brcckcnrldgn nnd ndjoinlng Office Mr Witts old CQrner Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER LOCAL C 1889 HllUVITIEfl Iivington Stop at the Itvington Hotel Ky s y i 1 x An - V AVF M W -- The old Catholic chruch is being torn Miss Lillian Lewis has returned home er you look nt them until they reach the full limit of size that down The Adams Express Company has open- Â¬ after a pleasant visit of several weeks at it is possible for them to attain Without doubt wc arc making Circuit Court is in session ot Uawcsvillo ed an office at Fordsville Mr J D Richmond Ky the biggest bargains wc ever made this week Cooper is tho agent Miss Lornie Fowler Cloverport is visit Â¬ S E COR THIRD AND MARKET STS LOUISVILLE KY Mr Ed Kissatn was vising old friends Col Wolf was here yesterday nnd we ing Mrs R A Urashear and her many hero last Sunday pulled tho thread tho latest and greatest young friends Little Herman Weatherholt is very sick snap now on the road Lonnio Moremcn was up Saturday and with scarlet fever Month Crop Ilcport The Comity Irc to talk about bigger or better bargains than wc make Irish potatoes are selling from wagons Sundny from the Cloverport School to they If in its discussion of publio questions Mr John T Ditto of Brandenburg spent at 20 and 25 cents per bushel corn 10 seo his mother cant be made Wc guarantee that every buyer shall find our Home nnd Farm has had any influence on Sunday in this city cents and turnips 25 cents Miss Fannie Brasbear of Cloverport Office or Commihsionkk of goods better and at lower prices than can be made or arc made I it must be evi- Â¬ AoiiieuiTunn Houticuitukh B White will be ir Irvlngton spent Saturday and Sunday with her sis- Â¬ the farming community Dr W Mr Julius Hardin has two children very Come and see the goods and settle the question once elsewhere AM f Statihtics to our renders that ho political ro dent sick with scarlet fever next Thursday and Friday He will be ter Miss Nelia Fhvnmokt Ky Nov 1 1880 J and forever that the cheapest and best place to trade is forms required to preserve to the farmers found at tho McGlothlan House Messrs Reynolds k Dooley are putting Father Hicgins is building a very band In my report of October 10 1889 I gavo themselves their sharo of tho products Miss Maud S Sulzer and Miss Avery of down a well for tho Meade County Gas Borne addition to his dwelling will come not so much from the success of the general condition of all tho Kentucky Col Lafayette Qreen of tho Fulls of Cannelton spent Sunday in this city the Co at Paynesville one party or the other as from a more In- Â¬ crops tho most of which had been gather Â¬ guests of Mr J C Nolle nnd wife Mr John Hall returned to Kansas City Hough was in town yesterday telligent conception of the difficulties with ed nnd wero safo from ordinary disaster Mr II G Kemoodle conductor on the last week accompanied by Elvis Wimp to Miss Jessie Gregory is visiting Miss Sal which in this life we have to deal and a WHEAT morning passenger train is off for a two try the turf of tho West He Pumpbrey at Holt this week belief that these difficulties can only be Tho full seeding of wheat began Septcm weeks visit with his family in Illinois The Ohio River Gas Company struck a met by a spread of intelligence and gener- Â¬ Miss Emma Hart lea is visiting her sister ler 10 h nnd progressed without interrup Â¬ Mrs R II Moremcn and daughter Rosa fine flow of gas in a well put down last al morality Most of us in fact are in tion until completed Mrs John Sterrette at Skillmaus This season has week four miles below town and Lonnie Fowler went to Brandenburg the dark in regard to many questions been remarknbly fuvornblo for the prepa- Â¬ These thankful for small favors will be last Wednesday and returned Friday Mrs Lou Moremen Mrs J A MtGe nnd only observation and experience will ration of tho seed bed the soil being well doubly thankful for Sulzers big bargains bee and Mr J W Richardson who have enlighten us D Wolf of Cannelton Rev Geo Ind broken nnd thoroughly pulverized Seed- Â¬ Do you drink Sulzers Qood morning been sick for some weeks are thought to Ono of the helps to such enlightenment ing wns delayed in some sections for want It is the preached a splendid sermon in the Elm be XXXX coffee for breakfast Tin coun of moisture On tho 21st of October we some better at this writing is found in the country press street Methodist church last Sunday night belt There is some talk of piping the gas in ty newspaper Bhould be tho chief ally of had a good general rain and the wheat is ladies of the Baptist church this The Mr Ed Bennett and Mrs Harvey Das If it is not so tt is beÂ¬ now nil up nnd never looked moro favor- Â¬ fl D I Jlonlc Kerptnu Short Miml Trlcffraphie city will hive a dinner and supper on the Brandenburg gas wells around on the the agriculturist jf I I E ham of Dewley ville were in Louisville last V rite fur Iataluyiie unit full iigrmulisH IV I Why not pipe the water from tbe cause neither the press nor the farmer un Â¬ able The acreage ef 18S9 is about 10 Thanksgiving for the benefit of tho streets week derstand their relations to each other We per cent incrense over 1888 Tbe only tan yard spring right along with it church Mrs Pat RooDcy went to Henderson the county newspaper binderance has been the ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION The Ioiiiwvlllc Market extraordinary The hunters of Louisville have been in- Â¬ do not pretend that It is rumored that Alf Ilennen relast Thursday to visit her sister Mrs is all that it Bhould be but we believe that amount of weeds nnd filth on the ground festing our county with their pop guns and by express loot week an infernal ceived Manion The features of the matket this week it is all that it can well be when we con Â¬ which has compelled mnny farmers to no known that Lewis T Roberts MIcha Ed Kissam wants to know canines for tbe past week or so From machine Ihe broadcast instead of drilling have been a general strengthening in pric Â¬ acl ltlnln Andrew Crawford and Kugcn sider the support which it receives T Pike nnd Tlios Prcs Messrs John what I learn of them they dont carry about it what lIayncabaro this day associated themselves te reply is that if it were better it would re- Â¬ es nnd brisker competition all along the cott of Concordia were the guests of Mr Rcther as body politic nnd corporate under and toii u co The Louisville npplo market is a little much game back with them except what ceive more material support from tbe line except perhaps on the commonest by Urtue of the provisions of Chapter 50 of yesterday TW Stiff This crop is now snfely housed and is sort of lugs and trash and funked com Â¬ tho general statutes of Kentucky under the dull but II W Herndon k Co sold a lot of they buy or hire some of the natives to farmers But suppose the farmers them The merchants at Fordsvillc aro still Rome beauties Monda at 2 00 Let every farmer post his Com- Â¬ free from future danger by reason of natno and stylo of Roberts Blain They kill for them mon leaf The Gne grades of Burley lent pany nnd by that name shall have and selves try the effect of furnishing the sup- Â¬ having their goods hauled out by wagons as perpetual lana ana beep tnose pests from scaring A succcision always obtain top prices active strong nnd high the result weather conditions may sue and bo sued and havo a have been port in advance and see what it 18 much cheaper than by rail tbo poor birds In the Dark tobacco sections of the Shelby county hogshead packed by V It common seal and alter the same at pleasure In many Tho new Baptist church nt Hartford will will be upon the newspaper 2 Tho Capltil stock of said corporation Chris Perrlgos two little daughters Mr The apple crop is about all shipped out State careful estimates place tbe damago GolT Son sold nt tbo Knterprise ware Â¬ be dedicated on the third Sunday in this counties throughout tho South nnd west shall be tho sum of Ten Thousand Dollars to Pearl and Nora are visiting their aunt month Dr W Pope Feaman of Colum- Â¬ It is roughly estimated that tbe crop in by frost on the hill at 8j per cent with house on Thursday for Vj 50 thus break to be divided into shares of ono hundred dol Â¬ the roost effective exponent of right ideas Mrs J W Jarrctt at Stephensport which this county this year sold for 150000 considerable dumago from burn freezing bia Mo will conduct the services ing the high price record again ns stated lars eachtho books shares shall be transferable of proper living of justice and morality Is only on of tho company At Concordia for two months they ship- Â¬ In the Barley counties tho damage from in another column Misses Maria C Watkine of Owensboro 3 Tho principal placo of business of said the ccunty paper a credit to the man who Mr Alonzo Fallqn and family havo GOO barrels ped from 100 to a day They makes it and to the men who support it frost wns comparatively light not exceed Â¬ and Tomraie Cloyd of Decatur III are moved into the Oelze property on Ky and We think the entire market has been in company shall ho ot Stophcnsiiort the hill tho nature of said business shall be to buy and ing two per cent The reason of this dif- Â¬ better shape than for a month or six week say that soino farmers in that section sold visiting their aunt Mrs II R Pierce These newspapers can be multiplied many He comes from Princeton Ky and is sell general merchandise to deal in produco Mr James Miller county school super- Â¬ foreman of tho water supply for the L St their crop of apples for more than their times and their iuflucnco upon public af- Â¬ ference is the fact that the Hurley matured A very encouraging feature is the im- Â¬ nnd generally to transact and carry on a gene- Â¬ places originally cost It would be profit- Â¬ earlier nnd tuost of it had been housed be- Â¬ provement of sound sweet common and ral mercantile business and to this end tho intendent was thought to be some better L k T fairs wilt increase in just proportion as said corporation may acquire and hold own fore tho frost able for some one to put up a distillery in yesterday but be is yet a very sick man medium Hurley leaf Tobaccos that havo and transfer real entiito and personal property Judge Alexander of Brandenburg who this section to use up the refuse apples their support increases and their condition We have been unable to get the per recently been selling at from G to 10 we mako contracts nnd possess all the rights ot a improves Tho City of Owensboro passed down has beeu spending a few days in the city natural person There will be a great many orchards set We trust therefore that our readers will centage of damage by barn freezing in think have advance 1 1 to 2 per hun this morning looking as bright as a stiver the guest of Mr Paul J Marrs returned 4 The of corporation shall out this fall and next spring either section of tbe State but all tobacco dred It is being recognized that these conducted affairs boardsaid directors consisting be by a Quthrie will follow to morrow of see to it that the country press has better of dollar The homo yesterday morning Henderson has had in that was greeu and in open barns at tho goods will be in demand befure tho winter three shareholders who shall bo elected by support in the future than it Labor party of the United Journal Oct 30 The great Death ol An Old Citizen the shareholders und shall hold their offices is over at prices considerably in advance for one year or until their successors are duly We are glad always to receive time of tbe freeze is moro or less injured the past States will appreciate Qanters magic Mr Wm Tinius died at his home near Clayton Beard chairman of the Republi elected and Installed efforts of From careful inquiry tho average yield of of those prevailing recently Any vacancy in the subscriptions made in combined Warranted by G can Committee of this county has called a this city Wednesday October IlOth 1880 chicken cholera cure tobacco per acre in the Stnte In 89 was The only grades of Burley that arc yet board shall be Oiled by tbe board of directors Home and Farm with the county papers Tho board of directors shall choose onovf their W Short The deceased was the son of Charles and meeting at Hardinsburg for tbe third Mon Â¬ 778 lbs badly neglected are the lower grades of number as president ulso a secretary and Hundreds of newspapers throughout the Mr C E Walker u stenographer of day in this month for tho purpose of or- Â¬ Louisa Tinius and was born in Germany Tbe acreage of Burley tobacco is about lugs and common leaf Imperially if out treasurer from tho stockholders which officers South and west having necessarily only a June 15th 1838 and was therefore in his ganizing the party Louisvillo went out to Hardinsburg yester 10 percent more than the acreage of dark Tho demand seems to bo much shall hold thoir offices for ono ycur or until of order local circulation made a combined offer of their successors aro duly elected nnd installed day to take down the evidence in the rail Â¬ that is the Burley acreage is about GSJ per moro fastidious about tbe order and con Â¬ and shall appoint such other officers and agents There is a large lot office lumber boirg fifty second year at the time of bis death Home and Farm furnishing both papeis He was married December 23rd I860 to road cases shipped to Tell City from this city that at a little more than the cost of one By cent of the 88 acreage and the Dark dition of the tobacco than tbo grade to ns shall be necessary to the welfaroof said cor- Â¬ poration Mr J W Jarrett of Stephensport went could be worked up here to good advant Â¬ Miss Mary E Clark by whom he leaves this combination tbe farmer can get his about 5CJ per cent of 88 ranking a total which it belongs 5 The Incorporator herein bscrc rac J Tbey are Miss Ancie Ho expects age What is the matter with our planing nine children to Louisville last Thursday Dark tobaccos are still neglected tho shall elect tho Orst board of directors which and Farm for a aggregate in 89 of C2 per cent of the 88 county paper and Homo Josephine Maggie Lorena Rosa and Em- Â¬ acreage mill that they dont tako hold of it in the board shall servo for ono year as above pro Â¬ bo on the road soon representing a first to there was a noticeable improvement very small sum in some cases only 1 or vided From A large excursion of Louisville Business ma and Jesse Herbert and Henry About per Â¬ tion for and the annual meeting for the elec Â¬ gather class grocery house f 1 25 1 50 or 1 75 in any case a great followingtbe correspondentsper weacre of the medium and good grades these sold some year of a succeeding board shall bo held one as to tbe yield men passed down over tho Clover Liue 15 years ago ho embraced religion con- Â¬ deal of reading matter for very littlo mon- Â¬ for tho haps a bid or two higher than thereafter The annual meetings to elect Mr S B Adkisson was summoned to necting himself with tLj Baptist church of all other succeeding boards shall bo hold son weeks passed though they were not quota Webster Monday evening to attend the last night to go out to Fordsville over the ey We wish wo could receive through cops mentioned the first Monday in Ontober of each year which he has ever been a consistant and 25 bly higker G Farmers Home Journal Tho highest amount of Indebtedness to bedside of his brother Andy who was re- Â¬ Owensboro and Fulls of Rough today these combined offers 25000 subscribers Com bushels per acre wlilili said corporation shall at any time sub They will be joined at Oweusboo by a useful member until his death 91 ported to be in a dying condition the good ef- Irish potatoes bushels pejr acre this year We ure confident ject itself shall not exceed four thousand dol- Â¬ large delegation from that city Sweet potatoes bushels per acre 85 Corrected weekly by Kdwards Barnard k There were more drunken men on our To all of our many friends who bestowed fect would not be confined to Home and Tobacco Ware Â¬ lars On last Saturday afternoon two young pounds per acre 778 Co proprietors of Central Tobacco 7 The prh ate property of tho stockholders community which streets last Suturday than has been sem such great kindness in assisting us in our Farm but that the house Louisville Ky Is to bo exempt from the debts of the said cor lady chaperone of Holt 1J Homo and Farm aims to servo most faith- Â¬ Hay tons per acre Whisky flowed freely and ladies and their long ttme for a poration QUOTATIONS while returning home on horseback from fathers Wm Tinius last illness please fully would receive benefit ten fold ns Sorghum molasses gallons per acre 115 8 Tho capitol stock shall bo paid In at such DARK TOIKCCO it is said that a great deal of money was except our heartfelt thanks 1 25 Wheat bushels por acre times and in such amounts or Installments as 12 town bad quite an exciting encounter with 74 to Dark Trash great as that which would come to us used His Family 1 50 1 2S the the board of directors shall prescribe Lugs Common When they came up with a drunken man No other crop reports will be tnndo dur- Â¬ Wo trust our readers will give their local 0 The said corporation 2 00 I 50 shall establish such W A Smith store keeper has been as Â¬ Medium him and attempted to pass ho decided that by nwsand make all rules and regulations 2 50 2 00 Oood lllch Iug paper as liberal support as tbey can afford ing the winter except as to the condition lliiclcloua Arnica salvo signed for November and December to the they mustnt and to the horror of the 1 00 deemed expedient for tho management of Its 2 50 Common Leaf of wheat Home and Farm The best salve in the world for cuts 00 affair not Inconsistent with tho constitution Davlcs County Distilling Company No 32 young ladies produced a twelve inch 3 00 Medium Very respectfully bruises sores ulcers salt rheum fever 6 00 or laws of this Stato or of the United States 4 00 Qood lllch Loaf Capt J A Clark goes to John G Roach butcher knife with many a flourish of sores 10 The said corporation shall begin business tetter chapped bands chilblains 10 50 0 00 Hedrled Fillers Ciuu Y Wilson Tlio Ucmocrrilc lrlmury Co No C k on tho first day ol October lBbO and shall en Nominal which he insisted on maintaing his claim corns and all skin eruptions and positive Â¬ Wrapper Commissioner of Agriculture duro for twenty fire years ly cures Piles or no pay It is DURLKY TOIUCCO Tho primary election last Saturday was Then organizing a lino guaranteed give perfect required to the entire road Tho following young ladies of Mooley 1 00 to 2 00 Witness our hands and seals this 28th day satisfaction or probably the largest ever held in the Dark Trash to 7 00 of September 18811 ville paid tho News office a pleasant visit of march ho moved the company on and money refunded 3 00 llrlght and Colory Trash Price 25 cents per box L T Kobcrte 4 00 2 00 There were twonty four candi- Â¬ Common Dark Lugs hkal last week Misses Mattie V Hicks Eliza not until their homes were almost reached For sale by G W Short Cloverport Ky county 8 00 Michael Illaiu mpai 5 00 Bright and Colory Lugs dates all told and tbo fight for tbe nomiand Frankio Livers and Mrs Wm Elder and thb knife had grown in size to tully and J A Witt Hardinsburg Ky 8 00 0 00 Andrew Crawford Common Ited Leaf hsil It was a nation was warm and spirited 10 00 Eugene Uaynes8itAL 8 00 Mr P U Stiff of the same place accom- Â¬ twonty four inches did they finally by a Medium Head Leaf 15 00 Gght and tho boys 10 00 good natured family Oood to Fine Leaf Tile Now Tar Spring llotol mad rush for liberty succeed in extricating panied them 25 00 15 00 Flno Bright Leaf Tbe Tar Springs hotel project seems to be that got left are a little ditfigured and a 35 00 20 00 We are sadly in need of more hotel ac- Â¬ themselves from their perilous situation Wrappers fought battle but NOTICE OF CORPORATION an assured success all but 4000 of the little sore from a bard Several par Â¬ commodations in this city The Women Irnlta II IS Is Market dull for all common grade to- Â¬ they are not kicking and will be foutd As a Ilottcntotts heel but infinite Â¬ stock that was offered having beou taken ties camo in on the train Monday night suffering of women certainly awakens The Receipts light and Bales heavy bacco Notico Is hereby given that John U Hates The erection of the hotel will begin this rallying around the nominees in August ly whiter yea as whito ns snow the sympathy of every true philanthropist nnd could uot get rooms at the Cloverport W V McCraekcn It R lierco Clinton Me Wo cannot give the official vote aro the Their belt friend however is U U B Bo Â¬ fall The plans indicate that it will bo an next Clarty F V Stirraan S M Deane It M botel and wero compelled to mako the trip tanic Illood Balin Send to Blood Halm Co FARMERS FREE COLUMN architectural beuaiy The bouse will cost but enough has been beard to settle the Conway V J Miller W II Armendl What about Atlanta Oa for proofs J D to Hardinsburg that night lowcrs James V Butes and John A Head 211500 and will be so constructed that it Question as to who the nominees aro The II L Cassidy Kenneiaw la wrltcsi Advertisements of not more than threo lines and Antie H Fierce have that 30000 hotel associated them Three bottles of II II I cured my wife of can be added to without marring its ap- Â¬ following is the list Far County Judge If you wish to soltcs together as a body politic and corporate Inserted In this column free That aro The protracted meeting that was to havo icrofula buy or sell stock of any kind horses sheep for County Attorney nnder the corporate name of The Tar and will have ninety five lied Thcs Adkisson It Mn H M Laws Zalaba Florida writes pearance hoys etc or wish to advcrtiio anything Use Whito commenced in the Methodist church next Sulphur Springs Company Its I have never used anything equal to rooms and ample accommodation for Judge Milton Board J for County Clerk of a similar nature you will confer a favor principal place of transacting business with Cloat Sunday has boen postponed until some II II 11 Ohlmanns Laundry on Tiik Nkuh by using this column addition to this there will J E Monarch for Sheriff J S DeJer- Â¬ By Dernotto 150 guests In eniort Breckenridge County Kentucky Mn O II day Rooky Mount N O Iter Uolcombe is en Â¬ tlmo in December Tho general nature of its business Is to ao for Superintendent of Common OP LOUISVILIiE Not a day for IS yeaia was X free be two rows of cottages near the hotel nette wrlten gaged in organizing a Mission in Buffalo I havo 0 hogs averaging 105 or 175 Ids for quire real estate particularly the Tar and froa headache II It II entirely relieved with accommodation Schools Jas W Miller for Jailer John for forty people L F KOLTK Is agont for the abovo Whito Sulphur Springs of first ad- Â¬ we I feol like another perion N Y and could not bo present as 0 so M IUhvlky Stephensport ICy state j to conduct operate and said county and into for and can be found at BUJVKH3 The grounds which are naturally beauti- Â¬ Slaton for Assessor Len Casbmnn manage the samo Jaiuei W Lancaster llanklmvllte Oa vertised as n pleasure and health resort together with The work Surveyor F M C Jolly and for Coroner ful will be greatly Improved 8 good hogs feeders for sale My wife was In bad health for wrlten hotels restaurants and all proper appurtenances If you are raising or feeding hogs you eight yean FIro doctors and many patent will be pushed forward during the winter W R Pendleton W W Dronn West View Ky appliances and property for conducting water Â¬ cannot afford to be without Dr Haas great medicines II bad dono ber no good Six bottles and the botel opened Juno I 1890 Tbe ing places also to drill operate for and mine cured hor of 11 11 oxohange twoyoko of work cat For sale or gas oil asphaltum and other mineral and Hog Remedy It is a sure and positive Atlanta la saysi place is destined to become a most fash Â¬ The ftronteat Indlen JTIun on the Miss 6 Touillnson aiiply to undersigned ono mile north of mineral substances and to manufacture same tle preventlvo of hog cholera and thousand of For years I suffered from rheumatism caus O W Wlnchell Owensboro Mes Â¬ Toblnsport Ind ionable summer resort or sell same The time of commencement of llonch kidney I was fooders rccommed it and say they cannot ed by feeble trouble ank Indigestion relieved senger said corporation was the 21st day of October 11 II II and nervous V also Bewley ville has i uiulci of Leitchfield Mr Wm Cain of Judge T It McBeatb 1880 and the termination hogs suc- Â¬ ue at onoe although several other medlclues hereof twentyfivo afford to be without it to raiso 3 years old next spring for sale yean from eatd date Its capital stoek Is ono spending a few days at Alexanders Hotel cessfully Beard Heeler k DeJernette had failed hundred thousand dollars 100000 paid up Tiik following elections were held yes II o is probably tho handsomest man In his Iter J M IUubardson CUrkston Ark keep it for sale at Hnrdiusburg Its affairs aro to bo managed by not less than terday Nov 5 My wlfs suffered twelve years from wrltosi FROM DISEASE district and Is tbe greatest ladies man on soven nor more than fifteen directors a presi Â¬ A lady Pennsylvania elocted State Treasurer The Clover Line had a bad wreck on its rheumatism and female complaint dent vice president secretary and treasurer In tbo Stato Next bis Delays are dangerous Do not negloct feeding tbe Circuit bench been A member of my church bad wife to cured by II to bo elected at first meeting of stockholders Ohio elocted Governor und State o dicers road juit below Hawesrllle last week try It who II 11 She persuaded my preference is for the passing show and he your Hogs with for organisation and annually thereafter Headquarters for Its cars pull- Â¬ now says thero Is nothing like II II II as It Virginia elected Governor and Stale drawhead from one of the center anything that passes along seldom misses hlghost amount of Indebtedness shall be Ten ofllcers ed out while running down grade at full quickly gave hor reltof thousand dollars and tbe private property of Wherever Jvdge McBeath may be holding the stockholders shall be exempt from corpo Â¬ Mississippi elected Governor and State speod and tho rear portion of tho train Ho Itcccivcd u JtlemiiiKo from the court be finds time especially in river rate debts officers loaded with steel rails for the Hardinsburg Ho Is fond This the 28th day of October A D 1889 towns to visit the show boats the nsslstunt dis Christopher Gould front section and eight Comptroller and At Â¬ of Maryland elected branch ran into the S M Deane Grain Drills Fertilizer Cement Mich Â¬ pleasure and of tbe good things of life patcher at tbe Philadelphia and Reading The Cincin- Â¬ railroad who resides nt COJ North street Annie It 1leice torney General cars were heaped in a pile but has an enviable record on tbo bench igan Plaster Salt Llrao Coal Oil I J Miller Massachusetts elected Governor and and is one of the Judges whose decisions As A Preventive of Disease nati Cooporuge Company had six cars of Uarrisburg last Wednesday received f 15 J D lowers by Ibe Uarrol Plaster Hair staves that went through all riuht There 000 from the Louisiana Slate Lottery He State ofllcers John A Head always stand with tbo Superior Courts This romedy will put your bogs In a healthy No 8171 James W Dates one Injurod Tho held one twentieth of ticket Nebraska elected a Supremo Court Courier were no lives lost or any condition arrest disease and be worth to you Journal which drew the first capital prize of J00 John II Bates Judge and two Regents of the University damages are said to be quite heavy In a 000 in the drawing of the 10th inst In the end many more times Its cost Clinton MeClarty Plow Handles Pino Flooring nl gentlemun he Iowa elected Governor and Lleulenan Brick R R Fierce personal interview with tho For sale by CAmm W II Armendt BITTERS Informed us that the first ticket be ever Governor and other ofllcers BROWNS IRON ways kept on band Orders ac Â¬ Needing a tonlo or children tlut want building W V MeCraeken ago and Mala BEARD BEUDeJERNETTE purchased was about four months up should uko Cure Jndlgeetton Biliousness Dyspopsla companied by cash prompt New York elected State ofllcers except F VStirman IllvM BKOWNm 1HUN HlTTKfM via Uarvmiinaia and flunarul Debility that 8 was all be had invested in It Genuine It la pUiunt to take cure MaUrli Indices ly tilled It M Conway Governor and Lieutent Governor H irdlnsburg Ky clam recommend tt All darters soil It wrapper Sleelton Pa Advocate Sept 27 keep ll All Uou sud UlUousueM im tnd mrlc and crossed red Uuw on Kascy returned from Vino Grave last Thursday Mr J W Hoard of Hardinsburg went to Owensboro yesterday Mr Jas G Stephens of Holt went to West Point last Thursday Prof T M Uawcs will lecture in tho Presbyterian church to night Messrs Clios Babbago and Forrio Wll kcrson spent Suridny at norrie The monoy you might save by trading with Sulzcrr Just think of it Mrr Elizabeth Short of Hartford is visiting her boo Mr G W Short Rev W C Brandon will preach at Holt noxt Sunday at It n m here at night Mrs J E Keith returned Monday from a visit to ber son S U Keith at Owensboro Miss Lafio LaUoi8t came homo from school last Friday a id returned yesterday The dedication of the Methodist church at Webster has been postponed until Dec 8th Mrs Woods and her daughter Miss Jen nio have returned from the Forks of Rough Mr A M Dont Be Fooled wcnlliur clerk hits mntlo a mistake and turned on n wurm current He will correct the weather mighty booh nnd tlicn tlio wild West wind will blow through your whiskers nnd piny hide nnd seek up nnd down your spinal column Dont think you nro going to be allowed to wear your summer suit nnd your linen duster all winter for the goose bone has spoken Wo place in stock today 300 more of those elegant Drap Kersey Overcoats with nnd without sntin lining the hamUomcst and Cnll early ns wc expect n rush cheapest Overcont in town Wo hnvc ulso mndc up nnothcr line of Cutaway Frock and Sack Suits in handsome patterns which arc to be sold at a very popu Â¬ Our stock is very com Â¬ lar price with n guarantee attached plete and includes Suits and Overcoats from the cheapest to the IkcnttHO tlio r ilJaBgKwfa fi Wa THE When you bee the new moon over your left shoulder but itsj p luckier look when you bcc our new goods over either shoulder nnd you will never see better goods than nro contained in our new stock if you outlive n century 4 tasty 2mS MOON finest GROWS WINTER ft Clothier Bigger every hour nnd our bargains seem to get bigger the long Â¬ Old Reliable ITS ALL MOONSHINE 1 utler Cloverport Ky j BRYANT STRATTON Business College kUUIOVIiUlab If J 0l Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JUST AS SUCK Collars CulWMils LATJNDRIED Â¬ Â¬ Hogs and Chickens DR JOS HAAS SAVE GREGORY CO ixircK Reapers and Mowers Â¬ Hogg Poultry Remedy Fine Poplar Shingles Â¬ dcr 1 jA jm hJ4jkaau kW- Rheumatism DKINO iluo to tlio prwcneo Haiti - uclil hi tlio blood Ih most effectually cured liy tlio two of Aycra Snrsnpru rlllu Ho unto you jct Ayrt nud 110 other nud tako It till tlio polsonoiil ncld Is tlioroiiRlily oxpollctl from tlio iiyiitcin Wo clmllcngo attention to tlili of utlo fi testimony About two yenrs ngo nftor mifTcrlnj for ncnrly two yenrs from rlieumntlo cout lieltiR nlilo to wnlk only with Brent ilUcomfort ami liavlnjr tried vnrloun remedies Including mineral water without relief I nv by nn advertise Â¬ ment In a Clilcnio pnpor thnt a mnn had been relieved of this lUstronsIng com Â¬ plaint nftcr lone sillTctlii by miring AycrH Hjusnpurllln I then decided to mako a trial of tills medicine and took it regularly for eight months and am jilonsed to stato that It has effected a complete euro I hnvo slnco had no return of the disease Mrs It Irving IMlgc 110 West ISSth St Now York One year ago I wns taken 111 with Â¬ i inflammatory rheumatism being con- Â¬ fined to my houso six months I enmo out of tlio sickness very much debili- Â¬ tated with no nppetlte and my system disordered In every w nv I commenced using Ayers Snrsnparilla nnd begnn to Improve nt once gaining In strength nnd soon recovering my usual health I cannot say too much lu prnlso of this Mrs L A well known medlelno Stark Nashua N II Ayers Sarsaparilla rntrAiim bt Dr J C Ayer Price 1 Co J ill bottle Lowell Matt Worth 5 n tolllc Breckbnridge News Von All since soon alter dirk had settled down upon nil tlio writer was on a train thnt was leavitig ono of our Western cities The passengers had set tleJ themselves as beet they could mnnr of whom expected to travel most ol the night A lady sat just in front she was well dressed intelligent looking and was She kept the window open nud alone persisted in lookiog out as wo passed thro the auburbs of the city All at once she All right Harry I when in a exciuimed moment a fine looking young muu ol per Â¬ haps 25 years of nge came in hurriedly oaibnrced the lady kissed her nftVction ntely and although the train was moving rapidly retired and jumped off Again she looked to see that he was safe Shu The slid Are jou nil right Horry Oood All right answer came back bye flie raid and closed the window She soon settled down to repose with a calm satisfied air Who was tLij woman nnd who was the man who kissed her We kniow not neither do we care to They were more than know their names friends lie was Harry to her the was darling to him It mutters not to the outxido world what other names they pos sessed Wire they sweethearts brother uml sister or were they husband nnd wife Wo dont know we simply know that they loved each other that they were af- Â¬ fectionate one toward the other that their patting was lull ol pleasure though per Â¬ Was the sepa Â¬ haps tinged with sadness We do not ration to bo long or thort know Perhaps only lor n day or two perhaps a week a month a year perhnps for ever Death mny intervene before they ever meet again they may soon be again No one can tell in each others embrace He even risked his life on that night that ho might get one fond embrace one more kisilrom loving lips Their parting was n pleasant one and should death separate these two souls before they meet again in this world the fond recollection would be that the last word and the last act of their lives toward each other were ones of kind- Â¬ ness Husband you know not when you leave home in the morning to go to work when you go nway on business that you will ever return to find your loved ones Wife you know not when loved niive ones lenve home that they will ever return Parents and children you know not when you separate nt the gate that you will ever Let your last meet again in this world words be those of kindness your lust nets be such that will remain as a soluce to you all the days of jour life It is these little civilities that go to mako this world hop pier and better We should be glud il the whole world could so live that at nil part- Â¬ Harry am ynu nil ings wo could say right nnd could hear the response Yes Madisonville Hustler nil right I A few evenings V Â¬ Hurry Arc Hlghtf Tlio imporlanco of linn subject as brought lo mind In n nay long to be re Â¬ membered by llio Matcmetit of Pro Hccur ll tlmt the prnhnlo purchases of fer Â¬ tilizers hv Kentucky farmers amounts lo 1700000 njrnr nnd tlmt probably three lie ov fourths nf the nmount is wisled plnlred that by wnsted ho meant that tlio farmers as n mnm dn not know what they need nud do not cure what they go Ono may need nitrogen nnd he buys pit nsh nnnlher muy need phosphale and lie and Mill nuolher mny bujs ammonia necl but a single inexpensive ingredient to ndd to his Boil to mnko it rich and he bujs a cnini leto fertilizer nt considerable cost No matter what thn mlMiikn made if the farmer tin a close olnu tver ho will be ditmntipfied nud condemn cninniercial Experiment made fertilizers as n whole n tie Station this season demouilrtte that better results wcro where tlio needed ele- Â¬ ment only was applied than where n com- Â¬ plete fertilizer sometimes nt ten times It will bo seen thou the cost wns tmd Commer Â¬ how easily a larmcr may etr cial ferlilzcs contain such and such ele Â¬ Generally first ments thnt soils require class goods will contain nil that is needed to irak e very poor land jlcld fair crops Now if land is in this condition tho own- Â¬ er cant make much of n mistake no mat- Â¬ IlJt a field may bo ter whnt he applies so much worn that It fulls to produce pay Â¬ ing crops and yet be rich lu certain elements It takes just so many elements to make the soil rich hut they must ull be ccntnin ed In it II all but one ure there although some may be in great abundance crops will fail If the needed otic Is supplied ull will bo well Hut the difficulty farmers labor under is All to know which is the needed clement cannot expect to hive their soils analyzed by the State and the next best that can bo expected is the results of the Experiment These to be effective should be Station located in the different geological forma- Â¬ Next great good may tions of the State come from the discussion nnd lectures nt the Farmers Institutes which it is con- Â¬ templated will be held in every district in Hut after ull a farmer must the State based on the make his own experiments lrllllrr WAITrlt rsVHAMWMli rim A roll licet or I lit niirler-loHr- mil Ono ol liiilvtllt Plant Nnlnliln Iliritrcn Ilrmlar1 JMIcrs Our-- ol tho notable figures In Liuisvilln Is Mr Wnlter N Haldomnn the architect HEne 19 A GOOD GOOSE STOtlY IN tlMriMJiMJUSLMBtnvrttrxxiinrttjrrMrxJtxMXWJUUUCXXwxzKm THE HEART OF AFMCA ftaliiii llmcrllies n Trip Over n for llmi or Dr Ilvlnirstoiios Old Itmtto F C Seloua attended a recent mooting In Capo Tow n for tho purpose of describing tho journey ho nindo last year to tho country of tho Mnshiiliiilumbwc n tribuof savages whoso habitat Is north of tho Zambesi Tho well known African hunter said ho left Uamang wato early in April ItJSS with everything woll appointed for a long oxpodltlon Into tho Interior Uo had two wagons weU loaded with all requisites for that sort of llfo besides flvo well trained horses sixteen pack donkeys nnd dogs gouts sheep nnd various other animals On tho journey f i om Uamnngwato It was only with great difficulty that ho man aged to keep himself nnd his men allvo In tho mlddloof Mny ho reached tundamatenka tho furthest trading station In central Africa whero ha learned thut ho would not bo nblo to cross tho river Kitmbunl ns tho coun- Â¬ try beyond was In n disturbed stato ou ac- Â¬ count of ono of tho prominent chiefs being on n hunting nud raiding oxpodltlon Juno 0 ho finally started with sixteen donkoys well loaded with ammunition nnd trading goods nnd nbout a scoro of Knflrs nlso currying loads Juno t thoy got down to tho banks of tho Kumlmsl and tho following day crossed tho river Four or flvo days traveling brought them to tho first Uatougn town and hero lio might mention thut lu 1377 ho mado a Jouruoy down tho banks of tho Zambesi traveling umong tho Uatougn tho wholo tlma Thcso pcoplo bad never seen a white man sluco Living ttono nnd Kirk canio up tho river In 1SU1 nud thoy turned out to bo very friendly Indeed After throo days oT this country thoy camo Into n lino land n soit of high plateau beautifully watered with qulto a network of streams which nil lowed Into ouo big river which explained why thoro wcro tuch largo ununtcrwl stretched In tho country ho had just passed through On tho fifth day from tho Zambesi they camo to n beautiful vnlloy with grass water and treos and beforo them a raugo of hills at whoso foot lay a Untonga village tho pcoplo of which wero very friend ly nnd tpld them that If they went up tho hills thoy would coma to nn open plateau stretching right nwny to tho Knfukwo Tho noxt morning thoy ascended tho rather stoop bills nnd camo on a lino open rolling country with a plentiful supply of game Thoy then reached tho village of tho Hutoiign chief of that great journalistic nnd liuaticlil in- Â¬ structor known as tho Courlor Journnl Llko mot busy men Mr Hnldeman is not ollen seen on the slrec except between his home his bink tho prsl olliceiind his prl vato ollicd whera he directs his nuwspapnrH nud transacts nn nimuint of htisineis thnt n young mnti of forty might woll stagger When ho Is Been nn tho street under however ho Impresses one with bingw at Ho is a tall slender nmi Bliglitly ho Is slooping from yenrs ol work at liU desk with whito hair nnd beard both worn rath- Â¬ er long a serious thoughtful fuco promi- Â¬ nent nose bright snapping eyes and the general nirola man occupied with busineis Although he Is nearly seventy years old his step Is ns springy ns ut thirty nnd he has managed to preserve the energy and enthusiasm of youth with moro success than uny other man of his ago in Louisville When ol kjme ho Is alwjyx at work and when nt work he Is nlways in a hurry us any man might well be with two or three ol the biggest newspapers iff tho country to overlook and many important private In Â¬ In the List ten years Mr terests to guard Hahli man is understood to have made a great deal ol money nnd those who know his affairs best estimate his private fortune Tbe nt not less than n million dollars basis of this fortune is ol course the which about ten years ago began to be very profitable property after When as many years of varying fortunes the two papers were consolidated nearly twenty years ngo and the mugnficei t publication house was built it was an un- Â¬ dertaking far in advance of this city and it was necessary to hold fast and let the city grow up to the standard that had been the The city has grown rnised standard and with indomitiiblo pluck nnd determination Mr Haldemati held on to When the tide turned and be Â¬ his idea gun to How in his direction it threw up billows of money at his feet Tliero is not nuother citizen in Louisville whose money is so ready nt nil cilia of public spirit and enterprise He heads every list of public subscriptions he is u stockholder iu every great enterprise ho pnyu promptly and Willi ull this he keeps without complaint his private busititss lully abreast of every movement ol progress Mr lluldinaii hns always been deter- Â¬ mined to have mechanical perfection in He cannot rest un- Â¬ his publiching house less every new and wouderlul invention in the art ol printing is in his ollice us s on Ho bought the first ns it can be built press used in tbe perfecting printing South he was one ol the promoters of the linotype type setting machines which uro as yet in no other southern printing office and now he is having built at u cost of I7000 n printing press that will be years in advance ol the other cilices of the south The new press will be in use December first and will piint l OUO 21 pjge papers per hour It is the highest perfection to which the printing press has been carried and will print fold paste and urrange any bize paper from i pages to 21 pages It is the wonder ol printers a id the joy of The press is now being tested pressmen in New York where it was constructed and when it is put in place tho Courier Journal will he equipped as no other paper outsde of Nsw York is equipped Th s means nn enlargement of the Evening Times to tx or eight rjages daily and the improvement of tho Courier Journal In tho meantime Mr Huldcuan hns gone to Kelly s Island lor hianiituinn fishing trip That is his one recreation Whenever ho leels badly or has business to arranged thut he can make it wait he goes to Flcr ida or Saint Clair Flats or Lnko Erie for fishing and he works at the sport with the same energy and tireless determination that maik his busiies3 conduct He has landen tho two bggcet tarjoons eer caught on the Florida coast and like most other men of great qualities liu priz Â¬ es the achievements of his recreative sport more dearly than he docs anything ele Next to fishing io likes n cirrus for amuse meut Â¬ fiercely that tlio latter lied In terror Tho lost outrage committed by tho goose aroused the nelgriborhood and tho peoplo de termined that it Miould bo exterminated tho grais nnd destroyed all tho lower IhhIs A sympathizing neighbor told Mrs Waller she had better kill tho gnoo but ilni could not mnko up her iiilud to do to Uho loved tho gooo In splto of Its wnywnrdiioss nnd Two he conlliusl It again In tho bark yard gill whllo playing days later her In tho hnl yard was attacked nud received sovcral sovero blows In tho fneu from the sharp bill of tho gooso This decided Mrs Waller Tho gooso must tlio Ilerll yenr old boy Jim enntured It nnd attempted to cut IU hend olf w I i an nxo but tho gooso man ngeil to oscnpo nnd Its wing feathers having grown out ngnln If low over the fence nud out of sight This It was thought would bo tho last of tho goose but It hnd nn nlfcctlon for the neighborhood of Its youth mid returned tc pltguo tho pcoplo In ono night It devastated three flout yurds nml whou tho Indignant owner of ono of them on thu following morn Ing detected tho gooso III Its work of vandalism tlio bird gnro a squawk und Hew across a common to n placo of safety Tho afternoon of tho samo day It entered tho dairy shed ol 1at Welch mid overturned cans containing nt least fifty gallons of milk Ono of Welchs children saw tho goowj and attempted to drlvo It nway but It flew nt tho child so itml n fidiiiul leiiiiiiluliil Mrs John Waller who lives on tlio Ore cent hill road bought a grnv grnlmg nf the female gender wuno tlnm ngo ilnd plneod It In During Its inloleoeent her small bark ynnl period tho go dlug Minved Itm lf well but to ceully when It ilo eloped Into n full grown gcwo tlio spirit nf iiilwhlcf en cnnl Its mm It Is n well known fact that u rhino Ikish great taste for grass ami Mrs Wntleri bank ynnl was noon swept clean of vegetation The owner Hipped tho goosos wings to prevent Its Hut nml fill It with bran nnd muni llyln ouo ulhl It got nut Into tho front yard n to half II I mi I rinucM tlcstrmmt Clilrkniis Kllteit Milk F O What is ICASTORIAI HiiiiiiiiwiinwiiMwsjMMM iwsjiiii nmmt aj - Cnntorla In Â¬ Â¬ ConipTnlnts Superior to Castor Oil Pnrcftorio or Nnrootlo Syrups Clilldroii cry for -- - Oastoria MiP Hon of Mother blnim Cntorin Cnstorla cures Colic Constipation s Hour moij mcli Iilnrrliii a Kructnllori lire healthy Keep also nlilx illation Without mircotlo stiqiefttctloii T11 InfrtsJjwOhiidroit Dr Snml Pltcliori olilLnrmlossonil qnlolc euro for Â¬ I recommend Castorla for ehlldrens complalntsnsFurjerlortonnyprimcrmtloii known to me A Anciiitn M Il jM so OxfonI Bt ilrookljn IfY CxNTAi n Counter 77 Murray St Nuw York I I iVVVVVSVKVWVS f111MiriJ THU LAItOKST uunniiK ASSORTMENT Ol una JOHN REINHARDT 2Parlor Bod Room DIKING ROOK iJwfinlib WSl3N - nt Veif Low Â¬ lUIIIUUIC Of every Ucfcrlpllon LllinUnr KmRf iaiilTlBfl Jo tad S raSSSsHBEglutijlvp i 1ot1 ffWELHiKKOTI -- tfx bnlcit nnd Mont Improved Stylo orltefrlgerntDrs I carry tho Inlest and Preltlcit ilo s Igm In Chamber Ioungci nt prlccjo that will astonish you Keniouiber this All cooih mld cnenperthannnyotherhoiuelutlioOrocnltlvcrlloglon fe pit Let him best information he can gain ascertain as nearly as possible what his soil neids npply this leaving spaces He mny try in n where nothing is added small way many of the known fertilizing elements and use extensively only such ns proves beneficial Another way n fanner may err in the use of commercial fertilizers He may choose what the greater part of his soil needs and sets his drill the same for the whole field Thus will he apply to the fertile fence row the same he does to the worn and yellow It may not be needed at all on hillside one nud be too small an nmount to practically benefit the other while the nvernge portion of the land will be materiilly helped In this day the use of fertilizers lius be- Â¬ come u necessity Farmers cannot raise poor crops nnd sell at present prices The labor is the came on a poor or a good crop Clover is in most instances a sovreign remedy for poor land but clover will often fail unless the land is given some good mineral stimulant We trust the work of cur Experiment Stations the teachings ol the Institutes nnd the farmers own good sense will gude them so that the tiiretffourthg of 700000 now wasted may be distributed among They need it God knows nnd them need it badly Â¬ I have suffered with rheurcatism for quite u number of jeurs and after trying Salvation Oil pronounce it the best rem- Â¬ edy I havo ever used Mils J itWhitUiK Welberedvilie Mil Caution insures safety nnd nil cautious people cure their colds with Dr Hulls 25 cents Cough Syrup Thoy hunted for It Individually and collect ively A man named Waoliburu ww It outer The goose his back yard and gavo chnso did not fly but confined Itself to rutmtug Thoro wns mothod in Its flight It wiiutod to havo fun with Washburn Tho rotioat led across u ditch four feet deep uml Washburn lu his hasto stumbled Into It spraining his nil klo no severely that ho Is still imablo to walk IIo bays that when ho fell without crutches In tho gooso came back to tho ditch and looked nt him In tho quiet suburb where Mrs Wallers gooso nmdo Its habitat tho good pcoplo on wahday wcro lu tho habit of hanging out their clothes on n lino lu tho lucicyaidta dry At least thoy did to until tho goose concluded that tho custom should bo broken up and Invested ltelf with plenary jiowcr to accomplish that purpose It pulled all the clothes olT tho lino In onoyariltliagged them lu tho dil t nud toro some of them to ribbons A second ynrd wns served lu u similar manner nnd n third wns nttneked when n puity of Indignant women rescued tho clothes und drovo tlio gooo nway A Toward of 10 wasolTercd for tho capture of tho gooo dead or alive It was subse quently raised to 20 but this gooso had moiv lives than Smirloyow It was shot at a dozen times but was never touched It seemed tc scorn its pursuers It wus never hi any liattc to get away from them and tantalized thorn by keeping In sight but just out of reach All tho small lioys wcro after that gooso nnd many of tho men Joined them In tho chaso who Tho man Welch dairy had bcou entered shot nt tho gooso and killed hi neighbors calf which was feeding lu u back lot It cost him 18 to pay for tho calf Immunity mado tho gooso bolder It at tacked tho poultry yards and iu n wook slaughtered moro than a scoro of young chickens Its be il was ngnlnst nil species of man nnd boast It had uo respect even for Its own kind nnd killed a half dozen goslings A small public school with a young woman lu chnrgo is taught about a quarter of a mile beyond Mrs Wallers houso It is nttcndod chiefly by siimiU children Tho other morngooso flow in at an open window of ing tho tho school building It perched on tho back of n desk and tool n philosophical survey of tho room nnd its inmates All recognized tho terror of tho neighborhood Tho teacher seized a ruler and throw it at the gooso Tho gooso flow nt her and gavo her n long scratch across tho forehead Tho children in alTrlght ran out of the room and tho teacher followed leaving tho gooso monarch of all it surveyed Tho alarm was given nud somo men n turned to capture tho intruder Tho gooj was gone but what nsceuo of desolation I Tho floor was covered with books Most of them had their leaves torn out Nearly nil tlio win- dons weio broken Whllo they wcro looking ut tlio ruin tlio gooso How by tlio window w I til a squawk Two hours Inter It pocked to death - llttlo pet pus dog which had incautiously wandered out of tho homo This completes its outrages to date but others nro expected LouUvillo Cor Chicago Tribune Â¬ IVo 11 rnil11 M 1 1EINHHRBT GILMOBE 1 I Owonsboroi Icy CO Â¬ OTJERBACKER Mouzo Monro was n very old shriveled up man iiectrl Hitter This remedy is becoming so well known nud so populnr ns to need no special men- Â¬ All who havo used Klectric Hitters tion A purer sing the same song of praise medicine does not eist and it is guaran Â¬ Klectric teed to do all that is claimed Hitters will cum nil diseases ol tlio Liver and Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils Salt Ilheum and other affections caused by Will drive Malaria from impure blood the system nud prevent us well ns cure nil For cure of Headache Malariul fovers Conttipation nnd Indigestion try Klcclric Kntiro satisfaction guaranteed Hitters Prico f0 cts ntd or money refunded 100 per Lottie at J W Shorts Clover port Ky nnd J A Witts Hardinsburg Ky Jab Printing Ih NueesonrThere is nothing which adds more dig nity to a firm or business than neatly printed bill heads letter hcadi envelopes etc On the very face of them confi Jence is assured in tho fullest term A neatly printed letter head iH n recommendation and introduction of the firms business with the firm to whom writing An order for goods written on a blank sheet of pa- Â¬ per docs not bring the desired need ns fast as ii n order written on a printed sheet From tho fact that the sheet is printed the firm receiving it thinks at once that that man has push nnd energy and does busiiicsj on the right kind of principles Printers ink will tell anywhere nnd lit any time Nj firm can succeed without Printed paper goes a long ways Kv it Why 1 Ialnfnl with poison in Hulls Â¬ At homo and abroad C C C Certain Corn Cure stands witnout n rivnl All druggists should sell it fur - cents or O sent by mail on teceipt of price by Mciidenhull V Co Evnnsville Ind 1 In iiisiiiiiiiion Inciirulili Head tho following Mr C II Morris Tho mother of a baby Mas Newark Ark says Was down with Ab Â¬ scratched on tho nrm by n loo tersspur nl scess of Lungs and frionds nnd physici Â¬ Now castle La imviicu county N Y recently ans pronounced mo an Incurable Con- Â¬ TIiomouikI hvimcd light but In n day or two the child wns taken 111 sumptive Hegau taking Dr Kings New symptoms of blood poisoning uml died with About tho same Discovery for Consumption am now on time tlio mothers arm begnn to swell nnd my third bottle and nblo to oversee thn tho Is now In a dangerous condition It Is thut tlio work on my farm It la tho finest medi Â¬ supposed Inoculatedchild through nurilng had becoma with tho poUou- Nlnetj llirco thousand hogsheuds ol cine ever mude Jesse Middleware Decatur Ohio ssisi Hollow brick i aro coming luto moro general tobacco havo been offered on the markets Had it not been for Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ uso and a number of large building have at Louisville In tlio past ten mouth covery for Consumption 1 wou Id havo died boon built with them Thoy crush nt 10000 pounds nnd ore made 8 Inches by 8 Inches Was given up by doc Do not punish your children with bitter of Lung Troubles by lJ Inches with walls 1 Inch thick It it tors Am now In best of health Try It Claimed that thoy cost onothlrd loss than the nauseous mixtures when you can get C C W Shorts Clo- - ordinary form nud mako walls proof against on u guarantee Siimplo bottles roe nt C forluln Chill Cure fire moisture nud fiost Thuy require a Any child will lake il Sld by I W verporl Ky and J A Witts Hardins peculiar clay lu their manufacture oua that burg hy not thrink when burned Short vlll 1 Tho Controller of the Currency has au Â¬ A Valuable Tunic thorized the Union National Hunk ol Louisville to begin business with a capi- Â¬ I havo used Swifts Specific S S S tal etock offiOOOOO with good results As a tonic It is valu able us a blood purifier it is reliable About three years ogo I was troubled my Llood very irritating and painful boils breaking out all over my body For two years I Buffered with them trying all sorts nf remedies nnd doclors Becoming prescriptions without avail disgusted with doctors and medicines I had used up to this time I concluded to try S S S and tho result wus far beyond A few bottles left mo in my expectations better health than I hud been since child- Â¬ hood I consider S S S the only medi cino that will thoroughly puiily poisoned blood T K MAYFIELD Horse Cave Ky but remembered Llvlugstouos visit qulto well and tilthough It was thlrty flvo years ogo ho sjioko of it as If it had hapjicuod but a fow years bluco Mouzo told him how Liv ingstone had gono on a low- hill ueur by called Owkessl Kcssi and had used an Instrument which from his description was evidently a compass or a sextant In ho beginning of July ho left Monzc and lu a short time camo upon a smull villagoof tho dreaded Mashukulumbwo They noxt camo to tho rivers Magoico and UugwessL Lr LI vlngstono marked tlio latter as a tributary of tho ICafukwo but this was an error for ho followed It up and found It flowed Into tho Mugoico Hero thoy camo to another Mashukulumbwo village tho In habitants of w hlch assumed a most threaten ingnttitudo They then crossed tho Uugwessi and reached nn open tract with nothing but long grass six to eight feet high upon it Suddenly thoy found themselves in tho midst of villages tho inhabitants of which wcro to nil appcaranco friendly and tho chief mnnga who owned tho wholo district as well us tho cnuocs on tho Kafukwc told them to pitch their camp near tho huts A part of tho noxt day was spent In hunt- Â¬ ing und tho wholo day thoir camp was sur Â¬ rounded by armed natives with their bai bed assegais and peculiar head dresses Night approached nnd In contrast to tho previous day ovcrytlilng was qulto still Tho Kaflrs had their assegais In their hands and looked uncomfortable IIo ordered them to throw ground on tho fires Intending to creep round to tho back of tho village IIo was just reach- Â¬ ing over to tako some cartridges out of a bag when threo guns went oflT iu his faco and somo wcro fired nt tho other side Then tho assegais camo pouring iu through and over tho schorin by tho ton laughter Tho enemy then rushed iu nud nil was confusion Kach ouo mado for tho long grass as therein lay tho only hopo of safety IIo also mado his way thither facing them with his rlllo determined if any man ran against it to pull tho trigger and tako tho consequences Whllo backing away thus ho fell and as ho did so a body of Mashukulumbwo rushed from tho grass to tho camp two fall Â¬ ing upon tho top of him Ho then turned on his hands nnd glided into tho long gras For tho moment ho was safo but ho however de termined to put a long dlstauco between him- Â¬ self and tho villago beforo daylight IIo then swam across tho river Magoicc and after several hairbreadth escapes nud thrilling ad- Â¬ ventures during which his rlllo was stolen and an attempt was mado to murder him reached tho villago of Slkabenga whenco ho proceeded amidst great hardships to Panda matcuka Hero ho found tho remnants of bis party Iall Mall Gazette It mny servo for a great lesson of humiliation to mankind to behold tlio habits nnd pas sions of men trampling over Interest friend ship honor and their own personal safety os well as that of their country rjwlft Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tin HHI MM H tAl Tk B Ufl v WVi8 yy 7Si rs m U timitt tm af rLvJIO -- a nRTAn3iTci i St TO FILLING 0DDEI1S 31 do 321 W Main GIVEN UlUliUIO LOUISVILLE KY SPECIAL ATTENTION FULTON AV E DBT7-ansT7-Ill brewery Xma 9 Brewers and Bottlers of M essrs Gregory Co Agents CJoverport Ky The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City Rates LOUISVILLE KY 250 to 400 Por Day According to Rooms SQfTiirkish and Russian Baths in Hotel HWHERNDON Produce iLvdiiEiEecrEarnsrnrs No 144 Third St CO 0eneralCommloii Louisville Ky Arand Schuermeyer AHTI CHICKEN EKSrS P Heyker Cholera Cure Alii 3 OTM U5P CINCINNATI OHIO ft lift 4 Emra 5SI Packet Line Kiv J Kttip II iin a II JiTmisoN Winslon N C 1 1 lu in j Tlitllclne Mr J J Hrodlcy writes from Harrison in under dato of September 22 1880 Swifts Specific S S S has been freely used by my family with tho best nnd hap Â¬ A half dozen bottles eutiie piest tcstilts ly relieved my sister of a severe case ol My wifu has frequently found tcrofuiu her blood purified nud her health improved I also had a scrofulous affec Â¬ by S S S tion that bus been entirely cured by taking n few bottles of Swifts Specific S S S Treatise on lllooil and Skin Dsenses mailed frco SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined Hut the discovery of a remedy that fosilirefy cum it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 ccnts bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar antccd 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 For sale hy G W Short Clovcrport Ky Â¬ Thousands of Â¬ BUY YOUR Passenger Mail and Express Boats SHIETS tHOIH For all way landing between Louisville and llendenon the elegant ami fleet steamers JAMK8 aUTHluil CITY ov 0WENSB0U0 Ono of tie above Ono ildo wheel itcamen psn up and dewn dally Splendid accommodations for stuck General Louisville D officii TUIl CITY J D BABBAGE Ky Slipt and 178 Fourth itreet h 1KSNV WW llITlIlreit wood Walnut and Oak lJlush and Oxidized Silver frame should consult us before giving their orders Just received a Picture Frames Picture Frames and Pictures large lot twenty different patterns the Gilt of Mouldings consisting of oyer ili all of which aro of Copper Ivory Hard Â¬ very latest designs in Our facilities for making Frames to order are unsurpassed in the city and those having pictures to We havo recently added to our fitntil beautiful lino of Hiomi goodn They arc pcrfuat gem of art and will hear tho olosest oritioimn Htyllnh and art M to goods and no household is comjileto without them You should hco these goods to appreeiatu them PASOTL PAIMIK8 AN They eonsist of Moonlight AMWYIPIE afloat Autumn While- Summer and a variety of lovely Seenory Thoy aro JNO D B A B B A G E Cor of Wall Elm Sts