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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XIV A ikTV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1889 Mediterranean Trip NO 17 Com- - JJOOQSQURE r wTn Tit ys-v-rt- i ALJU UIN KJ villi sUjJKJ i w- FEET - -- SEKMON PREACHED BY REVT DE WITT TALMAOE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17 And So prrfepi y stz I Everything Conceivable to Make Home lonuuiu jtiiuitiuuve uuu xiuxJiiyi q a - IjlMJj lllllllllllll ruiHIIIlJSEi S H O U a fc Scaped All Sure to Limit Acta xxvllll IIlHText V Power fill IHscoumo nt llrlnillii It Viiiiic to la That They 1000 Fancy lloc kers Italy POWDER Absolutely Puro Thti powder nator varies A marvel of More purity strength and wholesotneness economical than tho ordinary kinds and can Mi Hie multitude not to Bold In competition hort weight 4lum or phoihhale of low tci t powder Ml onfy in ram lloTAI DakIXO Powdbr Co 100 Wall Street New York f NEVER FAILS PLESAHTTO TAKE 4 A t nw1 WnAtnil flfll ft for Chills and Fever Intermittent Brailttent lllllous nnd Jlalartal 1ever Dumb Ante Kwainp Kover and nil Diseases originating from a Torpid liver or Malaria Perfectly harmless contains no Arcinlo or Quinine and can bo Riven to the ilcllcuto person with porfect safety AsaTonloforTlrctl reellnpr Loss of Ap petlto Headache Nervous Impression nnd ow Hplrlts orlxlnatlnR from Malaria Itstauds aioiio and without a Parallel tnt J11ICE by Drvgylttt Xor IJottlo 8100 gtntrally BoM J C MENDENHALL tout rnoriunoBS CO V S A EVANSriZZV Ind SOLD AND WABIIANTKD BYJ GEOMcCUBBiNS DEALER IN DRY HARDWARE GOODS TINWARE Bmndisi Nov 17 Tho Kov T Do Witt Tulmagc D I preached In this Italian port today Ills subject was A Mediterranean Voyngo niul ho took for his text Acts xxvll 44 And so It enmoto pass that thoy escaped all snfo to land Dr Talmago said Having visited your historical city which wo desired to see because It was tho terminus of tho most famous roml of the ages the Roman Applan Way and for Its mighty fortress overshadowing a city which even Hannibals hosts could not thunder down no mint to morrow morning leavo your liai bar mid after touching at Athens and Corinth voyngo about tho Mediterranean to Alexandria Eg pt I liavo been reading this morn Jilgji my New Testament of n Mediterranean voyngo In an Alexandrian kill p It was this very month of November Tho vessel was lying In a port not very far from here On board that vessel wero two distinguished jmis scugcrs ono Joscphus tho historian as wo bavo strong reasons to bvlievo tho other a convict ono Paul by name who was going to prison for upsetting things or as they termed It turning tho world upside down This convict had gained the confidence ot the captain Indeed I think that Paul kncwnlmost as much atout tho sea as did tho captain Ho had been shipwrecked three times already he had dwelt much of bis llfo amidst capstans nnd yard arms and cables and storms and ho knew what ho was talking about Seeing tho equinoctial storm was coming nnd per ha noticing something unseaworthy in tho vessel he advised tho captain to stay 111 the harbor Hut I hear tho captain and tho first mato talking together Thoy say Wo can cot afford to tako thoadvlcoof this landsman and ho a minister Ho may bo able to preach very well but I dont believo ho knows a marline splkofrom a luff tackle All nlioardt Custolfl Shift tho holm for headway Who fears tho Mediterranean r Thoy hnd gone only a llttlo way out when n whirlwind called Eurocljdon niado tho torn sail its tur- Â¬ ban shook tho mast as you would brandish a spear and tossed tho hulk Into tho heavens Overboard with tho cargo It Is nil washed with salt water and woi thlessnow and thero nro no marine insurance companies All hands ahoy and out with the anchors A OIIKAT SEA STOItil CI i cat constci nation comes on crow and passengers Tho sea monsters snort In tho foam nnd the billons clap their hands In gleo of destruction In tho lull of the storm I hear a chalu clank It is tho chain of tho great npostlo as ho walks tho deck or holds fast to tho rigging amid tho lurching of tho ship tho spray dripping from his long beard us ho cries out to the crows Now I exhort you to bo of good cheer for thero shall bo no loss of any mans lifo among you but of tho ship For there stood by mo this night the angel of God whoso I am and whom I serve saying Fear not Paul thou must bo brought bcfoio Ccesar nnd lo God hath given theo all them that sail witii theo Fourteen days havo passed nnd there Is no abatement ot tho storm It is midnight Standing on tho lookout tho man peers Into tho darkness and by a flush ot lightning f sees mu long uuu nnooi ine orcuKors ana knows thoy must bo coming near to some country and fears that in a few moments tho vessel will bo shivered on tho rocks Tho ship flics like chair in tho tornado Thoy di op tho sounding lino and by tho light of the lantern thoy seo It is twenty fathoms Speed ing along a llttlo farther they drop tho lino agulu and by tho light of the lantern thoy seo it is fifteen fathoms Two hundred and soventy slx souls within a few feet of awful shipwreckl The managers of tho vessel pretending they want to look over tho sldo of tho ship and under gird It get into tho small boat expecting In It to cscapo but Paul sees through tho sham and ho tells them that if thoy go off In tho bout it i 111 bo tho death of them Tho vessel Tho planks spring Tho timbers strikes crack I The vessel parts In tho thundering surge I Oh what wild struggling for life Here they leap from plank to plank Hem thoy go under as If they would never rlso but catching hold of n timber como floating Hero strong swimmers on it to the bench spread their arms through tho waves until their chins plow tho sand and thoy rise up and wi lug out their wet locks on tho beach When tho roll of tho ship Is called tno hundred and soventy slx people answer to their And so says my text it camo to names pass that thoy escaped all safo to laud Â¬ Â¬ to50iQQjt and odd Chairs from 1C0 up 5 0 Styles Hanging 11 MinniKs Lamps 200 jfi upwards Cfe Wardrobes 700 to nnnfliV UirMi 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Stanley Worthlngton SnottsvTll llasketts Henderson J tnao0m4Miwrt I learn from this subject First that thoso who get us Into trouble will not stay to help us out Theso shlpmen got Paul out of Futr Havens into tho storm but as soon as tho temiicst dropped upon them thoy wanted to go off in tho small bout caring nothing for what became of Paul ond tho passengers Ah mo I human nature is tho same In all agon They who get us into trouble never stop to help us out Thoy who tempt that young man into a llfo of dissipation will bo tho first to laugh at his Imbecil- Â¬ ity and to drop him out of decent society Gamblers always mako fun of tho losses of gamblers They who tempt you Into tho contest wltli fists saylugl I will back you will bo tho llrst to run Look over all of your life uud tho predicaments count the names of thoso who havo got you lnto thorn predicaments and tell mo the uumo of ono who over helped yon out They wcro glad enough to got you out from Fair Havens but when with dumaged rigging you tried to get into harbor did they hold for yon a plunk or throw you a rope I Not ono Satan hui got thousands ot men into trouble but he nqver got ono out Ho led thorn Into theft but he would not hlda tho The spider goods or bull out tho defendant shows tho fly tho way over the gowumor bridge Into tho cobweb but it never thaws thu lly tho way out ot tbo cobweb over the gossamer bridge I think that there wcro plenty of fast young men to help the prodl gnl spend Ids money but when he bad wasted his substance in riotous living thoy let him go to thu swine postures while they betook thomselvesto tome othor new comer They who took Iuul out of Fair Havens will bo ot no help to him when he gets into the break ers of Mellto I remark again as a lossoji learned from thu text that it is dangerous to refuse tho Paul told counsel of competent ndvUerx them not to go out with that ship They thought lie knew nothing about it They taldt He Is only a minister l Thoy went anil tho thlp was destroyed There nro a great many people wto now say of mints term They know nothlug about tha world All my frlnd It They cawuof talk to us Is not necesMiry to have tho AsItio cholera before you can glvo it medical treatment iu othv s It s not neoebtary to have your arm brokeuf bofwo you can know how to splinter a fracture And we who stand In the pulpit apd ju tho ortloe ot a Christian teacher know Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Young people ref uso the advice of parents Thoy soy Father is over suspicious and Hut these parents mother is getting old have been on tho sea of life They know where the storms sleep and during their voy- Â¬ age hove been a thousand battered hulks marking tho place whero beauty burned and Intellect foundered and morality sank They are old sailors having answered many a sig Â¬ nal ot dUtrctw and endured great stress of weather and gono scudding under bore poles and tho old folks know what they ore talking ubout Look at that man In his cheek tho glow of infernal fires His eye flashes not as onco with thought but with low passion Ills brain Is a sower through which Impurity floats and his heart the trough in which lust Men shudder as the wallows and drinks lejior passes and lwrontu cry AVolf Wolf I Yet ha oneo sold tho Lords prayer at his mothers kuoo and against that Iniquitous brow once pressed a pure mothers Up But Ho went where ho refused her counsel curoclydons have their lair Ho foundered on tho sea while all hell echoed at tho roar ot tho wreck Lost Pacifies I Lostraclficsl TI1K 8AKETV OV CllUISTIANa that Anothor lesson from tho subject is that Christians aro always safe There did not seem to bo much chance for ruul getting outof that shipwreck did there They had not in thoso days rockets with which to throw ropes over foundering ves Â¬ sels Their lifeboats were ot but llttlo worth And yet notwithstanding all the danger my text says that Paul escaped sufo to laud And to It will always be with Oods children They may bo plunged into darknefti and trouble but by the throne of the Kternal Qod I assert It they shall all escape safe to land Bnmotlmcs therd comes a storm of commer- Â¬ cial disaster The cables break The masts full Tho cargoes are scattered over tho sea Olil what struggling and leaning on kegs and hogsheads and corn bins and store shelves I And yet though they may have it so very hard in conureroUl circles tha good trusting in Qod all come safe fo land Wreckers go out 6i the oceans beach and And tho shattered bulks of vowels j and on the streets of our groat cltftM thero ii many a Ualusull silt wtl bunkers pen wreck Hulks abeams end on iiuuranco counters Vast credits sinking having suddenly1 sprung a leak Yet all ot them wlio are Oeds chil Â¬ dren shall at but through HI kooUmis and mercy escape safe to laud The fteaaditia vlau warriors used to dripk wluo out ot tb skulls ot the enemies they bad sUIh Bvea o will Jod ulp us cut ot tlte KMMitid tUa aud dhastera of Ufa to drink sweetiMMt and strength tor our souk You have my friends had Illustration ia your own life ot how God delivers his peoÂ¬ ple I havo had illustrations In my own life of tbo Bamo truth I was onco iu what on your Mediterranean you call a Euroclydon but what on tho Atlantlu wo call a cyclone but the same storm The steamer Qrecco of the National Hue swung out into tho river Morseyat LIvcriiool bound for Now York Wo had on board soveu hundred crow and passengers Wo came together strangers Italians Englishmen Irishmen Swedes Nor- Â¬ wegians Americans Two flags floated from the musts British and American on signs Wo hail a now vessel or ono so thoroughly remodeled that tho voyage had around it all tho uncertainties ot a trial trip Tbo great steamer felt Its way cau- Â¬ Tho pilot tiously out into tho sea was discharged and committing ourselves to the care of him who holdeth the winds In Ills flt wo wero fairly started on our voyago It was rough nearly of three thousand mile all tho way tho sea with strong buITeting disputing our path lint ono night at 11 oclock after tho lights hod been put out a cyclone a wind Just made to tear ships to pieces caught us iu its clutches It came down so suddenly that wo had not time to taka iu the sails or to fasten the hatches You may know that tho bottom of the At lantlo is strewn with tha ghastly work ot cyclones Olil thoy aro cruel winds They havo hot breath as though thoy camo up from infernal furnaces Their merriment Is tho cry of affrighted passengers Their play Is tha foundering of steamers And when a ship goes down thoy laugh until both continents hear thorn They go in circles or as I describe them wit my hand rolling on I rolling on I with finger of terror writing on tho whlto sheet ot tho wavQ this sentence ot doom i Let all that como within this circle perish I Ilrlgantlnos go down I Clip- Â¬ pers go down I Steamships go dowul And tho vessel hearing the terrible voice crouches in tlio surf and as the waters gurgle through the hatches and portholes it lowers away thousands of feet down further and farther until nt lost it strikes tho bottom nnd all U peace for they huyo landed Helmsman deadut the wheel Engineer dead amidst tho extinguished furnaces I Captain dead in tho gangway Pusseugers dead u thu cabin I Burled in the grrt cemetery pt doud steam ers becldo tho CI iy of Boton tho Lexington tho President tho Cambria waiting for tbo archangels trumpet to split up the docks and wrench open thu cabin doors and unfasteu the hatches IKHILS foOT TO Di UADK LtOlIT Of I thought that I had seen storms on tho sea beforet but all of theia together mlglit have come under one wing of IdAt cyclouo Wo were ouly eight or nine hundred miles from home and In high exectatl6n of soon seeing our friends for there was no one on beard so poor aa not to havo a frlead But it semwd Tha most as if r were to be dhniiipointed ot IM expected then and there fa die There were none who made light of tbo peril save twoi omwaalatii KimlWuuan awlllUTWaS drunk and Uh other was au Auwlwi ami Lewasafooll Oil what a tluialt wasl A We night tHtko ones hair uru whit Â¬ I Â¬ Black camo out of thu berths and stood Iu tha gang way nnd looked into tho steerage unci sat In tho cabin While seated thero we heard overhead some thing like mlnuto guns It was tho bursting of tho sails Wo held on by both hands to keep our places Thoso who attempted to cross tho floor camo back bruised aud gashed Cups aud glasses wero dashed to fragments pieces ot tho table getting looso swung across tho saloon It seemed as If the hurricane- took that great ship of thousands of tons and stood it on end Shall I sink it or lot it and said go this oncoi Aud then It camo down with such forco that tho billows tramWo pled over it laeh mounted of a fury felt that everthlng depended on the propel- Â¬ ling screw It thatstopixxl for an Instant wo knew the vessel would fall onT Into the trough of the sea ami sluk and so we prayed that tho screw which throo times sinco leav- Â¬ ing Llveriol had already stopped might not stop now Olil how anxiously wo listened for the regular thump of the machinery upon which our lives seemed to depend After awhile sonio one said Thoscrow Is stopped No its sound had only been overpowered by tho uproar of the tempest and wo breathed easier again when wo heard tho regular pulsations of the overtasked muchluery goliij thump thump thump At 3 oclock iu the morning tho water covered tho ship from prow to stern and tho skylights gavo way The delugo rushed in and wo felt that one or two mora waves like that must swamp uj forovor As tho water rolled back and forward iu the cabins and dashed against tho wall it sprang half way up to tho cell- Â¬ Rushing through tho skylights a it ing camo In with such terrlflo roar there went up from tho cabin a shrlok of horror which I pray God I may never hear again I bavo dreumed tho whole scene over again but Qod has mercifully kept mo from hearing that one cry Into It seemed to bo compressed tho agony of exccUd shipwreck It scorned to My I shall never get homo again sayt children shall bo orphaned and my wife shall bowldowedl I am launching now into eter nlty Iu two minutes 1 shall meet my God There wero ubout fivo hundred and fifty passengers In the stecruge and as the water rushed In nnd touched tho furnnces nnd be gun violently to hiss tho poor creatures iu tho steerage Imagined that the boilers were giving way Thoso passengers writhed Iu the water and In tho mud soma praying some crying all ten ItleiL They made a rush for tho deck An olllcer stood on deck and beat them buck with blow after blow It was necessary Tlioy would not have stood an instant on the deck Oh how they begged to get out of tho hold of tho shlpl Ouo wo-Â¬ man with a child iu her arms rushed up and caught hold of one ot the officers and cried Do lot ma out I 1 will help you I Do let ms out I catuot JiehereV Soaia got down and prayjdto tho Virgin Mary saying O blessed Kbtberl keep Will Have mercy on usl Bowa stood wlttarwMteJltsi aiuHUad gaae silent in their terror Some wrung their bands and cried out O Uodl what shall I dot what shall I dor The time came when tha crew could no longer stay on the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Near 2d LOUISVILLE KY to horizon for ull tho splendors ot earth nnd heaven to walk upon a pavement bright enough for tho foot of a seraph bright enough for tho wheels of tho archangels chariot As a parent embraces a child nnd kisses away its grief so over that sen that had been writhing iu agony In tho tempest tho morning throw Its arms of beauty and ot benedict lor and tho lips of earth and heaven met As I camo on deck it was very early nnd we weru Hearing the shore I saw n few salii against tho sky Thoy seemed llko tho spirits ot the night walking tho billows I leaned over tho tulfi all ot tho vessel and said Thy way O Qod U Iu tho sou uud Thy pathiu tho of a thunderbolt ptunded grout waters as with tho heft deck and boat tho mast tho Jlbboom the It grow lighter Tho cloud wero hung In studding sail boom and square sail boom purple clusters along tho sky uud ns It tliOMj with their strong nrms boating tlmo to thu purple clusters were pressed Into led wine nnd awful inn reh and muslo of tho liurrlcrno poured out upon tho sou every wuvu turned Meanwhile the ocean becamo phosphores crimson Yonder firo clcft stood opjio cent Tho wholotccuo looked llko flro Tho into to fire cleft mid hero n cloud rent and slto water dripping from the rigging theio wero tinged with light seemed liken puluco with ropes of lire uud thero wcro masts of fire Humes bursting fiom tho window n Tho aud thero was a deck ot flro A ship of fire wholoscouo lighted up until it seemed as if sailing on a sea of flro through a night of angels of God wcro asconillng mid de Â¬ lire May I novcr seo anything liko It again I the scending upon stairs of fire mid the wave ritAYKiis most ALU crests changed into Jasper aud crystal nnd Everybody prayed A lad of twovo years amethyst as thoy wero flung toward tho beach made mo think ot tho crowns of of ago got down and pruyed for his mother If I should glvo up ho said I do not heaven cai t beforo tho throno ot the great I leaned over the tnlfrall again know what would become of mother Thero Jehovah wero men who I think had not prayed for and said with moro emotion than bcfoiu thirty years who then got down on their Thy way O Qod is In tho sea and Thy path knees When a man who has neglected Qod in tho great waters So 1 thought will bo tho going olT of tho all his llfo feels that ho lias como to his lost timo it makes n very busy night All of our storm and night ot tho Christians life Thu sins and shortcomings passed through our darkuos will fold Its tents mid a way I Tho mluds My owu Ufa twined uttci ly unsatis golden feet of tho rUIng mom will como factory I could only say Here Lord skipping uioii tho mountains nnd all thu tako ma as I am I cannot mend matters wrathful billows of tha worlds woo break now Lord Jesus thou didst dlu for tho chief into tho splendor of eternal joy And so wo of sinners Thats mo I It scorns Lord as If camo Into tho harlior Tho cyclone behind my work Is iono and poorly done nnd upon ii Our friends beforo us Qcd who Is althy inflnlto mercy I cast myself and in this ways good all around usl And If the roll ot hour of shipwreck uud darkness commit my the crew uud tho juisseugeri hod been called self aud her whom I hold by tha band to seven hundred souls would have answered to theo O Lord Jesus t praying that it may bon their names And so It came to pass that short struggle Iu thu water and that at the wo ull cscuixxl siifu to laud And may Qod same Instant wo may both arrive iu glory I giant that when all our Sabbaths on earth Obi I tell you a limn pray straight to the urn ended wo may find that through tho mark when he has a cyclouo above him un rich mercy of our Lord Jous Christ wo nil ocean beneath him and eternity so closo to have weathered tbo gale I him that ho can feel Ita breath on ills cheek Into the harbor of heaven now wo glide Tho night was long At last wo saw tha Homo at lust I As in dawn looking through tho lvortholes Boftly we drift ou the bright silver tlJa the olden time iu tho fourth watch of the Home at lost night Jesus camo Mailing on the sea from nlortoOodl All our dangers are oer We stand secure oa tho glorified shore cIUT and whon ho puis wfiva cllir to wavo llloi- - to Ood I we III shout evvrmoru his foot upon a billow though it may lie Home at lust tossed up with might it goes down He cried Home at lust to the winds hush They Luew his voice Tho waves know his foot Thoy died away Whatever tendti to Increase uselulncss And in the shilling truck ot his feet I read The by banishing palu aud suffering will cer Â¬ those letters on scrolls of foam and lire earth ahull bo filled with the knowledge of tainly securo notlio and approval Wo Tho ocean Qod as the waters cover the sea allude lo Salvation Oil calmed Tho path of tho steamer became Insure your llfo for 23 otnls una in t nil moro aud moro mild until on the lust morn tug out tlw sun threw about us a glory such danger of a Consumptives death by keep- Â¬ as I never witnessed before Qod made a ing a bottle o Dr Hulls Cough Syrup iwvemeut of mosaic reaching from horlxon convenient It is the best Â¬ Â¬ Bo dock nnd the cry of tho officers wa Our bravo and sym- Â¬ lowl All hands below pathetic Captain Andrews whoso praise I shall not ceao to scak whllo I live had been swept by the hurricane from his brldgo and had escaped very narrowly with his llfo Tho cyclouo seemed to stand on the deck waving its wing crying This ship is nilnol I have captuied HI Hut hat I will com- Â¬ mand ltl If God will permit I will sink it hero and now By u thousand shipwrecks I swear the doc m of this vessel I Thero was a lull in tho storm but only that it might gain additional fury Cniklil went tho lifeboat on one side Crash went tho lifeboat on tha other sldo Tho great Ikxxiis got looso and Co hi tKsr Breckenridge News WEDNKSDAY NOVUM Mill 20 188J The rnllroml will bo extended to tmls ville provided they can ever get by Hnr dinibuig Hon John I Carlisle Ihlnkslhri Iinno cral will nnmtnnto Clovtliwid by acclama Â¬ tion In 1PU We aro In receipt nf the Owl a very pret Â¬ ty littlo paper published at Sebreo City Webster County Ky by Clark k Oborn Tiik Pan American delegates havo re Â¬ turned to Washington having trnvclcd over 0826 miles of rnllroad on their excursion in this counlrv WiikTimilbosurillcsuf 1iiiirs W Tao 1 I JNODBADaAQE SI I V nre to bo held liable for tho amount of Tains delink to tho Main Imi not been Tho mailer Is now be Â¬ finally determined fore llif Court of Appenls the widow of Col William Cnsslns Goodloo will bo nn applicant for nppolnlmonl to tho olfico hold by her Into husband that ol Collector ol Internal Revenue for the 7th Ky District WBor3 Jf DO YOU KNOW THAT WE AUK PAST ALL PI1ECEDENT I OVER TWO MILUONB DISTRIBUTED s T Local Tlnm Cnril West It h said that Louisiana Stale Lottery Company Mall and Express going Kail Express Mixed East West Kuit 1018 ft in 1105 am fiit tim U 67 Weit 1152 uiu 920 ft in pm Manufacturers Agents FOR TO Olllt UOItltESPONDENTN Get the news and net all the news anil J Vom Vanai nothing but the news Maxims in Journalism Celebrated Clovcriiorl Kentucky A beautiful and growing Utile city of 2000 Hunted on the Ohio rhcr 110 Inhabitants inllei from Loulnllle by water urn 73 mile hy rail The largest town In the county of Drcckenrldgo with n population of over 20000 Area 350 acre and 1000 acre more nvallnhlo for manufacturing lite outilde city limit She ha one bink one newipapcr a commer free high ichool flourcial club ilx churche ing mill planing mill and iiiw mill two ex telephono and Wlegraph companies pre ropoed water work natural gni low taxei to manufacture and liberal inducement the reven tobacco narchouici brick yarJ licit canncl and bltumlnou cm nf phnlt and an lnexhauttlblo tupply of the Illicit plate glass land In tho world Poplar and whlto oak timber In nbundance and floated to our door by Clover Canncl con and creek and Sinking creek al road eight mile Umber land reached by Lib Â¬ Heal estate low and rents cheap long Fine to manufactories eral inducement glan factoriet opening for woolen rnljl pottery wagon factory furniture factory or Situ any kind of manufacturing enterprise ation high dry nnd healthful Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sim the Lexington Ky tragedy Col Win Ollradly nnd lion Augustus Wlhion stand first iu rnhk in tho Kentucky Repub- Â¬ lican procession Tiik Glasgow TimcB celebrated its year last week in a handOmo 1 ho Times is a splendid double number paper every week in tho year twenty-fourth Gov Duckner has issued n parion to lvlihu S utd Joseph H Iugh sent to the penitentiary from Fleming county for ten jcars charged with committing rape Auditor Hewitt hns resigned Mr Hewitt has made for the State of Kentuc- Â¬ ky luring his long years of service in tho Auditors ollicc n trusty and capable official and retires to private life with clean Gov Dcckner npiolnted Z C hands Norman Insurance Commissioner to fill the vacancy Mn Albert S Willi of Louisville nj now thnt hu Is nut of politics to stay nnd that ho bears no III will toward thoio who helped to turn him out nnd put in Asher Carulh three joars ago This is indeed n - wau lit very pieasani bihipluii mum mr Mr Willis to bo in but how ho can con Â¬ tent himself over tho result of thaUlruegle wherein be was defeated threo jcars ngo by the voto nnd iufluenco of men who had all along been hi warmest suppotler nn had extalled him to the skies for the faithful work ho bad done for them while Is singular acilng as their representative Tho defeat of Mr Willis was ac- Â¬ indeed complished through spite nnd mallco on the part of a few men in his district and not because he hudnt dono his duty ai n Congressman Incorporated by the Legltlaturo In 1808 for Kduratlonal nnd Uhnrltnhlo purposes and Its franchlio was mndo a part of tho present Btate Constitution In 187Vby an overwhelming popular vote ITS lit ft AD EXTUAOIIDIIVAUY ii nc Over Furniture GREAT CLIMAX 485 Carpet Other Factories AND THAT YOU CAN JiUY FROM One Dollar to Ten Thousand Dollars on For Integrity of Its Drawings and Prompt payment or Its prizes Attmlrtl ns follows We do hereby certify that ice supervise the arrangements for all the Momthlu and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana Mate Lottery Company and in person manage and control the Drawings them Â¬ selves and that the same are conducted ctlh honesty fairness and in good faith toward all parlies and we authorise the Company to use this cerijlcatetcith fac similes of our signatures attached in its IIIIAWINdu lake place NcmlAii DccoiHltor miiillr J illinium MJJTIIIEK and liu 1IIAIMD NINUIE IIIIAU INCH luko place an cacli of I ho oilier Ion in nn Hi In Iho your nurture nil ni Urn I5VM ol Mimic JVuiv OrlcmiK EnAcademy FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS llli H advertisements Statu practiced medicine lor year ought to know salt from sugar read what he says A man who has 10 Long Time Short Time or No Time OR at All Coiiimlaalonora undersigned Hanks and Hank Â¬ ers will pay all lrixesdrawn in the Louis- Â¬ iana Slate Lotteries which may be pre Â¬ sented at our counters It III IVAEMSEEY Pros EonUlaiin We the Tolfiio 0 Jan 10 1837 Gentlemen Co Messrs I J Cheney I have been In tho general practice of medicine for most 10 years nnd wouU say that In all my practice and experience have never seen a preparation that I could WILL RENT THEM TO YOU s- - DEMOCRATIC TICKET For County Judge Tlios Adklnon lnr County Attorney Jndgc Milton Hoard For County Clerk J K Monarch For Sheriff J S DeJernette For County Supt of School Jan W Miller For Jailer John Slaton For County Alienor Lcn Caibman Fur County Suneyor F M C Jolly For Coroner W 11 1cndlcton On the day Collector Goodloe was buried a half dozen candidates had forwarded their applications to Washington for the office he held President Harrison hai gone oil for a short vacation from the White House which would indicate that he will not be in a very great hurry to name Col Goodloos successor THE COUliT OF CLAIMS The County Ccurt of Claims met at liar dinsburg last Monday and will probably be in session throughout the week About the first business that come up for consid- Â¬ eration was brought in by Mr Monahan the stoue contractor who put up the abutments to the bridge across Hough Creek The abutment on the Grayson side gave way some liino ago and we under- Â¬ stand the one on the lireckenridge side has given way also Ibis leaves the county with no stone abulmentB on which to build one of the largest iron bridges the has ever Mr Monahan is on hand contracted for however demanding his money for the work done and savs he tan not he respon Â¬ Ho put it sible for the work giving wuy up right under tho eyes ol the Commis- Â¬ sioners who were sent by tho county to look after it and pass their judgment on it He wi s Ilia work was received by tbe Com musioners and he wants his money If the court refuses to pay le will give them a law suit All ol this trouble comes to the mem Â¬ bers cf the court of claims through appointing men who are incapable of sup erintending work of this character They should have employed an experienced civil engineer iu the start nnd sent him to Uougb Creek to look after the building of these stone nuuttneutinud all of this trouble lireckenridge would hno bein avoided county is loo large and her public works fur too iuiportunt to the people to have them entrusted to the care of men who do not ULdcrttnnd the nature of their con- Â¬ struction It is very likely tho Commis Â¬ sioners did the best in their judgement they could have done in controlling the work on the abutments but the work was some- Â¬ thing out of their line of business and it cannot ha presumed tnat they thoroughly undentood it A practical civil engineer would have had this work securely put up and Hived the coucty two bills of costs prescribe with as much confidence of suc- Â¬ cess as I can Halls Catarrh Cure manu- Â¬ Have prescribed it a factured by you great many times and Its effect is wonder- Â¬ ful and would say in conclusion that I havo yet to find a case of Catarrh that it would not cure if they would take it ac Â¬ cording to directions Yours Truly L L GORSUCU M D Jkssamixk has just nominated a demo- Â¬ Office 21G Summit St ticket by the new plan of taking the cratic We will give 100 for any case of Ca- Â¬ ballot box around The result gives the tarrh that can not be cured with Halls most satisfaction of any method yet tried in fact it is tho first election to nominate a Catarrh Cure Tukeu internally F J CntLY A Co Props Toledo O ticket tLat has satisfied all parties and eSTSold by Druggists 75c given to the county a ticket upon which every Democrat will unite Stanford HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT Journal Tiik editor of the Couriei Journal thinks that our system of denoting tiino by the division of the day iu two parts as n m and p m should be eliminated There- Â¬ fore instead of saying 1 oclock p m say Kl V National Hank EAIYAUX Irc Slato Na lonal Hank If yon arc still lisatiHfinil wc will give llictn to you throw in a Clirotno and send them home with a A fUAEDWIN Prca Now Orleans National Hank 1 7 hand of music in your mind OAIIE KOIIN Proa Union National ft PIE1IRE Hank MAMMOTH In WE ARE NOW RECEIVING the Academy or Music NewOrlcans Tuesday December 17 1889 DBA WIJVG 600000 Capital Prize 100000 TIclcclN nt 810 1 1 1 1 Carpets by the Car Load Forced upon our Mr Moore while in the East by the in- Â¬ digent manufacturers who had to have money at any cost Come and get these goods at your own price Our only interest in the sale is the commission paid by the needy manufacturer not you Come single or come in crowds but come quickly First come first served Five acres of floor covered with carpets alone Goods delivered free of charge within one hundred miles of Louisville except Show Cases Mirrors and goods bought at auction 10-per-cent 20 a liinrlcrHIO Elgluha Ilnlvra l lIothM2 rortlctliN TueuPRIZE OP 600000 Is PRIZE Ol 200000 Is PRIZE OK 100000 PRIZE OF 60000 PRIZES OF 20000 aro PRIZES OF 10000 are PRIZES OF 5000 aro PRIZES OF 2000 are PRIZES OF 800 are COO aro PRIZEb OF PRIZES OF 400 aro 1 1 2 10 26 100 200 500 100 100 100 000000 200000 100000 60000 40000 6UO0D 60001 60000 80 000 CIIAIIIIAUE Editor 120000 20oo00 100000 oclock 1C ocloik 21 oclock Vc This would necessitate a chnngo in all the faces of all tho clocks and watches in this country and the question is who would foot tho bills The Court of Claims is in session Mist Lena Drury aud Miss Blanche Jolly of Uewley ville were visiting here last Saturday n id Sunday Mr Butlett Huffey of Henderson was He came up to attend in town last week his brothers funeral Deputy Sheriff Biggs brought a man over from Union Star last Sunday charged with stealing 123 in money and lodged him in Â¬ Pritos ofl000 are Prlies of 800 are Prucs or 400 are Two Numbfr Xkkminals 1998 Prizes of 200 are 3144 Prltcs amounting to AGENTS WANTED AriKOXIiUTION FKIZFS 80000 40000 399600 2159000 Tiihii has been another outbreak be Â¬ tween the French and Kversole factions in Perry County Ky It bus not been oer a week since the smoke of buttle died away between the waring factions of Harlan and now comes another account of a feud more desperate among the lawless class of Perry J he question arises how lung aro such things to be tolerated In the great State of How many lies of iunocent Kentucky men and women are to be pit to death at tle hands of such mertilets law breakers If the state authorities nre not capable of filing tie emergency and putting these mountain desperadoes out of the way and thus put a check to he wholesale slaughter o her men and women they had better tuowuptbe sponge It is indeed time that n halt should be made and the law npd o der party called to the front Tiik Womens Christian Temperance Union of the laud met In Chicago tho other day and after moralizing a few days upon tho state of the country broke up in a big row One faction was apparently In favor of Vice President Motions saloon in Washington If It was carried on alter tho Itjpublitun I Ian and at this tho others It has benu our prayerful contid- kicked oration that the W O T I und nil like Oganizatlons might be of tome good to the country but since Ihli mighty outbreak we think they had better go homo nnd look aler the kids Foil the second time Mr John J Otter has been elected a Commissioner of the Sinking Fuud of Louisville tut hfs uot Mayor yet been ullowed to take his scat Jacob seems to bo Laving things his own way up there and Is running the city council and the aflalrs of Louisville to suit his own sweet will CoMiursHUAK Mills ol Texts attributes the success of tho Democrat In the late election to the tariff In New York New Jersey und Massachusetts the lisuo was made squarely on the tariff and the re Â¬ sult were favorably to the Democrats Tiik existing laws ol this nor nnj other jiil This form country should favor Trusts It was rcpoitid on the streets here last of swindling may be and probably is al- Â¬ Monday thnt Dan Lniberton who killed lowed to be forced upon the people for a Charley Hawkins was shot at Henderson time but it will be made to surrender after a few days ago and will likely die awhile Hit re is the Sugar Trusts the Mr Percy Beard and his two friends Twire Trust and the Nagging Trust Cooley Norton and C O Harris of Louis- Â¬ which already show signs of weakening ville killed about 100 partridges and 10 and when they go down that will be an rabbits during their hunt here last week 1 rusts and the protective end of them 1 he Republicans met at the Court House tariff go hand in hand together and one last Monday to make nominations for the robs the citizen about as muth us the other County offices but they did not get off for They will meet again some some reason Tiik old man Jefferson Davis is tLought time in December when they propose makto be slowly dying at his home in Louisi ing soino nominations ana Uloerport yesterday looked like a Cir- Â¬ There uro but few men in this American Union whose lives have been so cuit Court day in Uurdinsburg There remarkable as that of Mr Davis Horn at were more people wagons and teims a period when the country South of Ma Â¬ drays and carts and a stir about in general son and Dixono line was at her Zjnitb in and business in particular than we have social and political power Mr Davis has seen there for some time lived to see the magnificent structure thus Mr Sherman Priest charged with shoot- Â¬ builded go down is ruins and to be again ing and wounding Isaac Compton near restored and being himself tho most con- Â¬ Garfield last week was tried here before spicuous actor on tho ground his biogra- Â¬ County Judge Adkiison last Friday and Judge Board represented tho phy will make very Interesting reading to acquitted tho people of this day as well as for those interest of the Commonwealth and Mr who are to come after us Barnes appeared for the defendant Tho News man called on Mr B F Guv Duckner is anuoyed by no scram Beard President of the L H W rail btes to fill vncancies that occur under his road yesterday and asked him how he was administration 1 ho dispatches that made getting along with the McCracken Bros in public the resignation of Public Printer the locatiou of the railroad into Ilnrdins Woods of Kxaminer Miller of Auditor burg Mr Beard said The McCrackens Hewitt and ol Commissioner Norman dont seem inclined to give us any satisfac- Â¬ made synchronous announcement of tho tion They have made threats that if we appoiutment of their successors The hun Â¬ the Directory do not change the contract gry and thirsty who like tho Richmond and concede to them what they have asked lawyer that telegraphed Gov McCreary they would do us all tho damage they within half an hour after liulords gun had could in the location of the road depots caused u vacancy on tho bench of the Ap Ac It seems that they are determined to pellato Court dont appoint succetsor till carry cut this threat as fur as possible not- Â¬ I can get there stand no show urder Gov withstanding the fact that we have com- Â¬ rule and regulation Iluckners no plied with every request they have made Louisville Timet of us except to change our contract Re lying upon the advantages heretofore gain Â¬ Hok It R Pierce of this city has been ed of us by reaton of our compliance with strongly i elicited to become a candidate certain measures they seek to gratify their for the State Constitutional Convention animosity towards tho citizens here by do Â¬ This is a position where ibe cilice should ing us what damage they can As to how seek the man mid Mi Pierce does not de far they will bo sustained in their courco sire to 0 into a rough and tumble fight will bo determined iu the future We aro for the position Ho is willing that the aware that railroad companies usually run icopls make the cholco of someono whom over everything that comes in their way they think worthy of the place and elect but we are not disposed to bo shoved aside him a delegate to tho convention irrespec- Â¬ without an effort to get justice tive of his political creed Mr Pierce As to whether the f 00000 voted to them possesses lliu qualifications for this high iu this district could be collected Mr position has been lime und again con Beard did not venture an opinion Unless nected with some of the most important we can get the road as we understood the business interests of our county nnd we proposition when that tax was voted tho think well worthy of this pluce if the peo Â¬ people should not be required to pay it ple see proper to confer the honor upon A station on a spur a half mile or a milefrom 11 in town will certainly not be much benefit to the peoplo here and they ought not to be Mil It M Jolly a prominent Republi required to pty a big subsidy for that sort can of tho cast end of the county In speak Â¬ of a thing ing ol tho nomiuies just selected by the Church Note Democrats says that his party will put out Piiksbyteiiiak Cuuiicit Sunday School a ticket that will be an easy winner ncx every Sunday 0110 a m He further says that be has August Preaching by Uev J II Morrison each been strongly solicited by bis parly to Sunday ulgbt 7t0 make the race for County Clerk but that Tuesday uight prayer meeting 710 by he will not bo u candidate owing to his officers of the church private buslnoss which is very largo and which he could not afford to give up for Mr Jolly thinks Mr Owen the oflico Cunnluglmm will be their man for clerk When Baby was sick we cftTO her CaatorU Of course Mr Jolly is a little oil In his When alia WM a Child she cried for Caitorla views oh to the result next turennr accor Â¬ ding to the Nkwh standpoint at least and When she became MLu ho clung to Caatoria wo are glad to nolo that there ore over Wheu she had Children kite gave thorn CastorU two thuusand Democrats In the county of Tho g o p has a very the mine opinion slim chanco In old lireckenridge Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rates or any further Information desired write legibly to the undersigned clearly stating your residence with titate County Street and Number Morerapid return mall dolivery will be assured by your enclos- Â¬ ing an Envelope bearing your full address pgrEot Club C IMPORTANT Aoom IT HH M A DAUPHIN Wunliliiffton D C By ordinary lottor containing Monet OnnKR issued by all Express Companies New York Eiohange Draft or Postal Note W pay ox Curbkncv sent us by Express of 5 or over Afldress or A DAUPHIN Now Orleans En S T MOORE LOUISVILLE KY Matrimonial Cards aro out announcing the marriage of Mr LanuieCiaruo Smith ol Owenshoro to Miss Maggie May Kvans of Pleasant Valley The ceremony will take place at high noon Thursday November 28th at the residence of Mr and Mrs C L Head 1225 First street Louisville Mr Smith is one of our home boys and the Nehs takes pleasure in noting this the most important step of his life and extends congratulations in advance The Owensborn Messenger says Mr and Mrs Smith will be at home at Ow- Â¬ Mr Smith enshoro after December 8 has recently come to Owensboro from Clo verport and his sterling worth has already made him a largo number of friends Miss Evans is a young lady of intelligent refinement nnd their match may be set down as a most hnppy one RegisteredTettcrs to CO NEW OUEEANS NATIONAL HANK Jefferson St Between Fourth and Fifth Wcw Orleaim En REMEMBER that thepayment of all prises Is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS or New Orleans and tbe Tickets are signed by tbe President of an Institution whoso Chartered rights are recognised In tho highest Courts therefore beware of any Imita Â¬ tions or annonymous schemes ONE DOLLAR Is tho price of tho smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US In any Drawing Anything In our name ofÂ¬ fered for less than a Dollar is a swindle In memory At a regular stated meeting of Dudson ville LodBe No 2C2 F A M held in THE TIIAFFIO ON STEADILY INCIIEASIKH AND THE nOOil OLD DAYS COM INK UMT ITIU1IE TIIK IIIVrlt NilriU of Mcamltouliueii Willi Ilia It Ivor HIkiiib the sympathy of every true philanthropist Their boat friend however lj II II 11 llo Send to Dtood JJalin Co tanlo Wood Halm for proofs Atlantn U II L Cassldy Kenneiaw la writes Three bottles of I II 1 cured my wife of scrofula Mrs It M Laws Zalabs Florida writes I have never uiod auytlilng eiiual to ii II 11 Mrs O II Gay llocky Mount N O Not a day for 16 yeais was X free writes II II 11 entirely rellaved from headache me I feel like another perion James W Lancaster Uawklnsvllle Oa My wife was In had health for writes Five doctors and many patent eight years uieJIclnei had done her no good Hlx bottles of 11 II II cured her la Miss 6 Tomllnion Atlanta saysi For years I suffered Irom rheumatism caus Â¬ ed by kldnoy trouble ank Indigestion I was I 1 11 rellevod alio fee bio and nervous me at once although several other medicines had failed Itev J M llluhardion Clarkston Ark writes My wlfs suffered twelve years from A lady female oumplalnt rheumatlim and member of my church had been cured by II II 11 Bhe persuaded my wife to try It who now says there Is nothing like 11 II II as It Tho Woiuoii 1raUo II II II Ibe mffcrlng cf women rtrtalnly awakens quickly gave her relief Ilattly lliirued Georgia the three- - car old daughter of Mr Silt Dent was badly burned last Sun day afternoon by her clothes catching Ore from a grate before which she wm playing She was completely enveloped in llames when her mother discovered her when wilh unusual presence of in I ml she picked her child up aud putting her nn tho bed covered hec wilh bed elothirg which mothered the flames It Is not thought the child breathed the flame and at this flrnyson Uozetto lime Is doing well Tho river trado is beginning to boom and as the big boats fall into line they are rapidly recovering the trade that has been diverted to the railroads during low water On tho Lower Ohio and on down the Mis- Â¬ sissippi the boats ore doing a fine business and the outlook is good for the coming season It will require one or trips to get the business all in shapo again but the heavy produce business in all directions makes things hum along the river All of tbo regular packets from Louisville are in first class condition and the Now Orleans nnd Memphis packets from above are In the flush of new paint and gilt The passenger business is picking up again and the river travel reminds the old river men of he days beforo the war The fact is that tho river business received a big set back from a combination of circum- Â¬ stances about twenty years ago and isjust recovering At that time railroads were built and unfortunately a great number of accidents occurred on the river at the same time so that the public were driven from the boats The rapid transit by rail and tbo dangers of tbo river diverted trav- Â¬ el from the rlyer and established a prej- Â¬ udice that is just being overcome Now the number of river accidents is so small cornparod with thoso on tho rail and the comfort on the boats is so far ahead of that on the cars that a reaction has set In The steamboat owners appreciating the change that is coming their way are mak thelr boats as attractive as possible The principal packets Inth up and down Iho river now set tables that aro fully equal to any of the best hotels and the state Â¬ rooms and berths are thoroughly comfort- Â¬ The money making able and clean properties of the boats will soon been dem onstrated and greater Improvements may be looked for Louisville Commercial to Hudsonville Ky Nov 2 J 1889 n com Â¬ mittee was appointed to draft suitable res- Â¬ olutions in regard to tho dwth or Brother George P Duncan who departed this life contained the following Mr P J Tnpp of the Fourth avenue Oct 28th 1889 WiaiiKas It bath pleased onr heavenly Methodist ceurch and a well known pat Â¬ ron of the Union Gospel Mission better Father to call from labor to refreshment known ns Holcombe Mission has received our worthy brother Georgo I Duncan a letter from Rev Stevo P UoloDinbe be it who is now doing evangelistic work Of Jlesolced That while Hudsonville Lodgo courso Mr Holcombo did not intend to No 2C2 has lost ouo of itR most active nnd make public the gratifying success he was earnest members tho church a good nnd making but all bis frionds will thank Mr worlby brother and his family n kind and Tapp for overcoming his native modesty affectionate husband nnd a true friend to The letter dated at the Huron Hotel Buf- Â¬ tbe orphans yet we as Masons nnd men falo N Y November 12 reads as follows bow oursolves In hum bio submission to I am here In charge of a mission till the will of God who doeth all thinm well the 21 j of this month I havo never seen llesolced That wo as Masons extend to a place that needed mission work more tbo bereaved family our kind sympathy than Iluffalo It docs teem like the Dear prayinu God to give them comfort to bear Lord does want mo to work among the with their troubles and sorrows depraved class of a city The minis- Â¬ most Jlesolved That tho members of this ters would not take no for an answer Lodge wear tho usual badge or mourning but said that I must help them out I had tor thirty days and theso resolutions sent to got u release from an engagement at to tbe Uiugkkkriihie Ntws for publica- Â¬ Cloverport Ky to give them a month tion a copy sent to his widow nnd nlso here I have the following appointments spread on tho minutes or the Lodge Warsaw Ky November 28th to December J B Wbltworth 1 8 Cloverport Ky Decomber 10 to 22 j 12 T Drane N Hicks London Ky January 2 to 12 j Henderson Com I J W tlaskinson Ky January lGto10 Smith Grove Ky Geo 1 Noltingbam J February 1 to IC So you see I have plen- Â¬ ty of openings I think my work at Cleve- Â¬ Tho Truth of It land Ohio and here has given satisfaction When men who aspire to be I was asked at Cleveland Ohio if 12001 a loadefs year and house rent would be any induce- Â¬ habitually disregard tho law against carry Â¬ ment to tako charge nf a work My an Â¬ ing conccalod weapons and go prepared to swer was no I was asked if I could be take the lift of a follow mortal at tho Induced to take permanent charge of this slightest provocation it is littlo wonder mission I said no no no I gave up that tnon o less standing are guilty of tho Kentucky wil never lose the best mission in tho world Union Gos Â¬ same crime her notoriety for bloodshed till tbore is pel Mission Louisville to do evangelistic n work aud I propose to do that until I am complete revulsion of iQnlni3nt with re Â¬ shown plainly that God wants mo to do gard to settlement of differences by per Â¬ something else then I shall do It My sonal violence initead of the moans al Â¬ ways at hand Nor until her cifizons love to tbo U G M and friends cease to make hero worship to thoso Yours paternally who batho their hands In anothers blood StliVli P Holcomue Itlr Ilolcomlin Will llo Hero Decern ber lOlli The Louisville Times of last Staturday r i 5- - Â¬ Interior Juurnal HticUleuta Arnica Salve Tho best salve in tbe world for cuts brulsei sores ulcers salt rheum fover sores totter chapped bauds chilblains A 1leukliiir Nenxo corns and ell skin eruptions and positive Â¬ Of health and strength renewed and of ly cures Piles or no pay required It is ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or Price 25 cents per box of Figs as ll ajts in harmony with nature money refunded For sale by G W Hhort Cloverport Ky to effectually cleanse the system when cos- Â¬ and J A Witt Hardinsburg Ky tive or bilious For sale la COo and 100 Silver can be kept bright for months by bottles by all loading druggists Subscribe for the Hiikrkknripor News belne Disced Iu an alr tlubt case with a good sized piece of camphor Y9sBabbae p- Attorney at Iw Count House HardiMlHsYi Ky m i SSk5 I ir- Terry Clolh Line Sulzers Tako a peep nt those Library BRANDENBURG Lamps Wu uto gctilng plenty of ruin Miss Sulzers Mira Sullies rumpliriy is visltlig JbmIo Gregory Ortniuly llio prctllrst lino of Hanging Limps In town at Sutlers Miss Bary Houio of Lowisport ing Miss Tishia and Llzzlo Hall Is visit Â¬ - Both tlio method and results when Syrup of Figs f s taken it is plcasnut nnd refreshing to tliotasto niidncts gently yet promptly on the Kidnoys Liver mid Bowels cleanses tho sys Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fovcrs and cures lmhitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind over pro- Â¬ duced pleasing to tho tasto and ac ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from tho most healthy and agrccaulo substances its many excellent qualities com Â¬ mend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy kuown Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and 1 bottles by nil leading drug Â¬ gists Any roliablo druggist who may not have it ou hand will pro- euro it promptly for nay ono who wishes to try it Do not accept Â¬ OIVI3 ENJOYS i TE AiTsWI Mr Erastus Halt and wife o Skillmnn nr visiting his parents this week Miss Sallio Moorman Is spending a few weeks with relatives in tho country Miss Grcathouso of Lowisport Is visit ng tho Misses Hall In the west end Miss Blanche Frank of Tobloeport was visiting Miss Lizzie Sauer last week Peace to your sole You will fitid it every time II you wear Sulzers Shoes There will be a wedding In tho west end soon that promises to bo a very swell affair Hon D 11 Murray wont to Cincinnati Monday on business lor tho Pennsylvania railroad L Mt Cool was hi town Sunday Tim late potato crop In this county Is vpry short Mr and Mrs Blant Shackled wcro In tho city last week MIssBcrllo Ricliatdson is vlslllng rela Â¬ tives and friends hero Mr Thos S Coleman was In Louisville several dajs of last week Mr Lawrcnco L Lewis Louisville was down to ceo hie mother Sunday Mr J K Ditto took some entile nnd hrgs to Louisville Sunday night W Money Refunded WWW Mr A C Lewis was down from Louis- Â¬ ville last week on a bunting sprco Miss Mary BickeretnfTspent several days In town with Miss Fannie Wool folk Miss Susie Richardson is visiting her sister Mrs Gus Brown Cloverport Mr F Ditto Sr of Louisville was down a few days last week with bis family Cheerfully whenever we sell nn article of Clothing that doea not come up to Wo liuvo very little refunding promise to do however which hIiows oar goods arc always reliable Overcoats as low down in price as anybody could ask for and as fine as anybody can desire Wo liavo them in all coloars and fabrics Sec our Storm Ulster or Blizzard Shield its a daisy and will keep tho wind out of your whiskers Cold weather Clothing for Men Youths and Boys our own make fit and wear like custom goods Our Stock of sizes is so complete there is no mm so large or boy so small that we cannot fit Quick Sales and Small Profits veL wvift coxc eaaftu a urn - smsss- - The Writing on the Wall Rend it It means help for you Hereafter those who want to sell goods in our line will have to sec what were doing and come down to notch If thpy do any chin music theyll have to take the time from us If tlicy inarch theyll have to pick up our steps or get their toes trodden on Hlchardson and wlfo of Brandenburg are visiting their daughter Mrs Gus Brown D Hev Jas Mr Bev Belmear of Nelson county visited his aunt Mrs Lou Moremen last weeit If there is anything you need In groceries for Thanks Giving you can find what you want at Babbagos ers There will be an entertainment at Fish- Â¬ hall tomorrow night for tho benefit of the Presbyterian church Wm The Misses Rawllngs and Julia Ditto were guests of Miss Addie Ditto Saturday night Miss Mary McFatland has returned homo after a visit of two months in Indi- Â¬ JULIUS WINTER Old Reliable Clothiers Cor Third and Market CO Loulsvllla Ky WE PROPOSE TO LEAD and keen on leading and others must follow or fall Wc arc not making a bluff for trade That game is played out Wc tire stating facts The in oof lies in our goods which arc leaders in every line in our yriccs lower than anybodys We propose to keep on giving you facts until you give us trade and arc convinced of our every claim ana Mr Alfred Ditto was called home last week on account of the illness of bis mother any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO NT SAN FRANCISC J CAL LOVISVIUE KY NEW YORK FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS We nro authorised to announco na a Candidates for Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to the action of Democratic State Convention GRORGEH MADDEN FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS Wo are authorlied to announce as 5 candidate for of tho City of Louisville Judge of the Court of Appeals subject to the action of tho Dcuiocratlo patty of tho Third Appollato District JOHN ROBERTS Dr J T BAKER Physician and Surgeon HARDINSBURG t Omce on Brick Corner Messrs J W and O C Richardson Miss Maria Watkins of Owensbore who were In Louisville several days of last has been visiting relatives here went to week Holt yesterday to visit friends there Mr and Mrs Chas Drury were guests of The Clover Creek gas wellis down 800 Mr A Moremen and family Saturday and feet and from the way it smells you may Sunday look for a gusher now In a day or two For wedding and X mns presents buy of he guarantees his prices or There is a heavy call here for carpenters Shelman Work has begun on the Machine shops money refunded and carpenters are wanted at good prices Mifs Lillie McGlotblan Irvington was Miss Irene Newsom Cloverport who tbe the suest of Miss Annie Fontaine sev- Â¬ has been visiting her cousin Miss Hose eral days of last week Mrs Agnes Rlckelts and grandson of Daniels returned home Monday E town News Louisville ore down on a visit to her son Mr James Ricketts Messrs E W Junes and G A Meador of Big Spring spent several days here with Arthur U Bryant and Miss Nora Bas Mrs Mary Meador and family this week ham weio united in the holy bonds of mat- Â¬ E town News rimony last Wednesday evening Hardinsburg may yet find it convenient to use our landing Come down gentle- Â¬ men shes open and as free as the water that runs in tho river Mammoth Cave is Kentuckys great pride but Kentucky also boasts of her wonderful Ganters magic chicken cholera cure Sold by G W Short The boss carpenter for the machine shops came yesterday Work will go steadily forward now and the town will be given a fresh boom in bussiness The grand jury of Hardin county has returned an Indictment against Wm Showers charging him with the murder of his wife in June last at Elizabethtown The Gold Fortune Company is boring a well on Oelze k Bros mill property Tbe company hns a contract with them to sup- Â¬ ply their mill with gas for which tbey get 250 a year If there are any fellows lying around loose that want a good job Cloverport is tbe place to strike for SI10 is on a boom and we make room for none but those who can get np and bustle Mrs W R Moorman Planters Hall Breckenridge county and Mrs W I De Haven of Millwood were tbe guests of Mr and Mrc M J Cunningham last Saturday Leltchfield Gazette Geo Yeakel k Co Brandenburg keep tbe largest and most extensive line of clothing to be found anywhere outside of You should see their stock Louisville and prices to appreciate it Mr Stilf proprietor of the Elm street boarding house has contracted to board twenty of the men who camo hore to work Mrs R H More on tbe machine shops men has also contracted to take ten Prof Loisetle8 Memory System is cre-Â¬ ating greater interest then ever in all parts of tbe country and persons wishing to im- Â¬ prove their memory should send for bis prospectus free as advertised in another column Dress goods and trimmings is one of the leading features of Geo Yeakel k Coa great dry goods establishment at Branden Â¬ burg A lady that cannot find something to suit her In tho big stock to be found there is certainly very hard to please And the prices are so very low too Tbe Republican Committeo of this coun- Â¬ ty met at Hardinsburg last Monday Mr G P Jolly made tbe announcement after tbe committee adjourned that a poll woull be taken by tbe chairman In each school district in tbe county for tbe various county offices and tbe candidate receiving a majority of tbe votes would be declared the nomlneo of the parly The various chairmen are to report the result of their work to the County Committee tbe bird Monday in December From our Thursdays Kxtra Mays one of the workmen at tho Americau Gas well got one of his lingers badly bruised Monday night PERSUASIVE STRANGERS NUCtjmD IN INDUCINM FAltMEKN IN TO IATItONIZE Tallin High School Nnlua Mezlz Who can pronounco it or tell what it means 7 A man without character is the most dangerous member of society he may be ever to well educated in tho common ac- Â¬ ceptation of tho torm nnd yet bo worse than a fuiure If he sets a wrong exam- Â¬ ple before our young men and boys by in Â¬ temperate use of food drink or icords I e is a drawback to the community in which he lives The hope of tho nation is in her young men and if they aro corrupted in their youth where ore we to look for relief A man without education often suc Â¬ ceeds a man without character never What man wants his boy to have no better opportunity than he had when he was a boy Not one What hard work- Â¬ ing man wants his children to have to struggle for a living like be has Not one Then why not make some present sacrifice in order that they moy nttend school reg- Â¬ ularly show them how much you are in earnest about their education by working a little harder on some special day when you want their help in order that they micbt go to school Some pupils cannot be educated and it is a wasto of time to keep them in school it is better for them and every one else thnt they be put to work at once and not waste any more time Some pupils mako a success at work that could do nothing at books and some of tbe brightest at books are failures at business A boy is not educated simply because ho has been through school When the Board of Trustees announce that the tchool will bo closed it will be and not till then tho reports of some offic- Â¬ ious persons to the contrary notwithstand- Â¬ ing So send your well children along and dont let idle rumor influence you Further no sick children nro nllowed In school and if the parents watch them as closely as we do uo sick children will come to school Keep Your Eye on Us and you will sec some things that will be worth watching as holiday season draws on Ifyou have any little wants in mind just jot em down and wait Its more than likely that wc shall have what you want at a price you wont get outside our store So hold your horses and keep your eye on IIIU or HOME MFUCU ASTS -- THE PAUJiniH HIT of A Wnriilnir to the tnrmpra Itrcckciirtdtrr KY Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER LOCAL 20 1889 IIUEVITIKS Guns Guns Sulzers Not a house in town to rent Stop at the IrvinRton Hotel Ky ItviiiRton Ah I those Vnso Lamps nt Sulzars are beauties Dainty colors in Snlins for fancy work just in Sulzers Mr lhilo Ilnwkins and wife ot Ste phensport were here last Friday Dr II T ltafferty has quit tho practice of medicine and Rone to farmiuR The Breckenridge Company shipped last week 800 tons Cannel coal to Italy Judee Miltjn Board and wife Hardins LurR were in the cily last Thursday Miss Mary Allen and Mies Katie Bow mer woro visiting at Holt last week Weve Rot an Overcoat that is just your pauRe in size style Btuff and GtSulzcra Go to G W Short for yoar window class it will pay you druRS of all kinds The Alexander Hotel Louisville bos beon sold to Miller and Bros of Tennes- Â¬ see It is Riven out that Capt Wm Abl bus been Riven an appointment under collect- Â¬ or Feland If it is ladies fine shoes you are looking Brandenburg for Geo Yeakel k Co h ive them E C Jenkins has been appointed poit master at Wost Point vice John G Fisher removed Mr W G Sterrette of the Dallas Texas News was hero last week visiting his slater Mrs W H Bowmer Tho ladies of tho Presbyfrian church 30 at their entertainment in cleared Fishers Hall Friday nlfiht The timber for tho shopi is already and Mr Hudson says he will have fifty men at work next week putting thorn up Just wait until we open up Wall street to tho Otflesby addition and take a ride on the street cars to Fawcetts Gut Mr Fella has secured a lot for his Hub and Spoko factory and his partnor is now In Nashville purchasing machinery Mrs Chas Moremen returned to her homo in Big Spring last Thursday very She was ac Â¬ much improved in health companied by her sister Miss Jennie Keith Mr and Mrs Geo Weatherholt Lad the sad misfortune to lose another little child j nt Friday night tho second one in less than 0 week Tho Steamor Granite Slato whllo enroute to Momphls hit a log opposio the middle dike on Grand Chlan at 2 oclock last Her cargo was Wednesday and sunk less damaged and It Is thought moro or tho boat will uot bo raised In the line ol ladies cloaks and wraps have Geo Yeakol k Co Brandenburg many novoltlea and they are so cheap that one cannot resist the temptation to buy Ladies needing cloaks can certainly find something to suit them in their Immense stock Charlie Mattlngly has moved his saloon juBt acros the street from his old place Into bis own building where be has fitted tupanlcarooBiwltb new fixture and an Beavln k Beavin por entire new outfit old KmtM and occupy his old cbasd bis TbU naakw our saloons in town stand bringing ju a revenue to the city of 1COO Or yu THE MACHINE SHOPS SETTLED The Security Offered Good and the Work Will Go Forward Once Special UAwrsviLLB at Nov 14th 1889 R R Pierce Judge Williams bas given his opinion J be says ho cannot Imagine better security These are bis words to Mr Hambleton lips Mr llambleton notified A M McCracken to notify W V that tbe security would be accepted D R Muiuuy Tho aboye do settle it and the shops ar6 Now wilt some of tbe capitalists got ours a move on them and build some houses to accommodate the families that come here to live There will be a called meeting of the Cily Council to nlgbt to accept tho se- Â¬ J mvmovJX W IP YO Vtt II A UK A VUACS nolhl a curity There are at now for dwelling vaoant a dozen applications Iethquw aud not one Some peoplo nro born suckers but why any one living in an enlightened com- Â¬ munity like this is could do as some of the citizens of this county did a few weeks ago is surprising Reference is made to the fact that some parties came here from the North and called on a number of the far- Â¬ mers and In a pcruasive manner gulled them into the belief that they could sell them groceries at prices much less than Your correspondent was in the city the they were paying to the home merchants latter part of last week consequently From the oilness of their tongues nnd tbe gullibility of somo of those whom they met be knows of but littlo that has transpired they succeeded in selling a car load of The accommodating conductor Mr Ker goods which arrived here about two weeks noodle of the L St L k T R R is off ago and which of course was paid for on the road on a visit to relatives in Illinois arrival Tbey are closing out the stok of goods Upon a comparison of the prices paid in the JW Richards in store at cost Then with what the goods could have been pur- Â¬ was a large crowd there Saturday all day chased from tbe home merchnnts the pur- Â¬ buying goods chasers saw the mistako they bad made A party of twelve of the Consolidated In the matter of granulated sugar alone at Gas Cos men came down on the train least one cent per pound moro had been Saturday morning to look after their wells paid to the strangers than the market prico on tho Potter Miller place in Shelbyville and in ndvnnce to this a Mr and Mrs J W Lewis went to tbe number of them where talked into buying Ono man whose city Sunday night to select a chamber set things not needed for the member of the family that is ex- Â¬ family consists of a wife nnd ono child pected to you know on the fifth day of bought two pounds of ground cinnamon sufficient to last him for years and many next month For genuine clearing out prices look other things equally as foolish were done around and you will find Shelman is the by tbe people who allowed the wool to be lowest on everything Mens Full Stock drawn over their eyes by these smooth boots 175 Shirts 33 cents Boys Caps talking strangers This is all wrong Tho merchants here 10 cents sell their goods at a reasonable profit Mrs M Z Schrem of Mississippi a sis- Â¬ tbey are responsible for the quality of their ter of Mrs J A McGehee arrived here goods and in addition purchase butter last week to be with her sister in her ill- Â¬ eggs and other produce from these same Mrs McGehee has been very sick ness people who patronized these strangers and for the last four weeks and is thought to be are in consequence entitled to some con- Â¬ very little better at this writing sideration at their hands We advise them E H Shelman has made one of tho to remember In tbe future that the margin neatest and largest selections of jewelry of profit on heavy groceries is very Bmall ever brought to this portion of tho country at any time and that a proposition from Diamonds plain rings gold watches and a stranger to make such wonderful cuts in silver plated ware He can please anyone prices on this kind of goods can be noth Â¬ He will not be undorsold by any besides ing but a delusion and a snare If it is ho is going to givt to some ono of his cus- Â¬ reasonable to expect the home merchants tomers a gold watch sewing machine or to purchase tbe produce of the county breech loading shot gun at a fbir p ice it is not unre aoz The Republicans are making a terrible ablo for tbem to expect the patronage of howl over the appointment of our colored the home people when they sell goods at n Shelby Sentinel postmaster and are making great efforts to reasonablo profit beat him out of It It was overheard from ono of the prominent Republicans that Jiulire W It Holt Iliitertuliis u Otiy John Starks had received enough honors Company at III Handkomo from tbe party and he ought to stop John Country Homo In Holt is quite n leader In bis party in this county We clip the following from the Louis- Â¬ and Is certainly entitled to them If anyone The hospitable ville Times of Friday is The Democrats are taking no part in home of Judge Wash Holt at Holt will be the fight The majority of tho party Is in the scene of a gay old English day parly favor of Miss Lida Powell A large number of or the next few days of Louisvilles best people left this morn- Â¬ Iteaolutloiia of Heaped Delightful parties from ing for Holt At a meeting of the Baptist Bunday Owcnsboro Henderson and Cloverport will School on tho 10th Inst Mr J E Keith also arrive there during the day and every and Miss Fannie Brashear were appointed nook and corner of the fine old residence a committee to draft resolutions on the will bo ablaze with life gayely and beauty a Many celebrities will be present and they death of little Herman Weatherholt bright littlo boy of 11 summers who de Â¬ will enjoy what Is known in this country as parted this life on the 10th Inst at the a house party Tho guests will amuse residence of his parents themselves In tho numerous ways open to lhtohtd That in the death of little bright and Intellectual people who aro Herman the Snnday School and communi- spending several days together The ty have lost one of their members whom Judges daughter will be an accomplished tbey have learned to love hostess Jlttoked Though his place here is va- Â¬ Apropos of Miss Holt there is quite an cant and that we will miss bis littlo volet amusing story going tbe rounds at her ex Â¬ In singing praises to God wa are sure he pense but at which she can laugh heartily fills one where there is no pain no chilling It will be in spite of some Indignation winds nor poisonous breath remembered that she was ono of the gay Jlttoked That whllo bowing our heads party who accompanied Mlis Hampton to In humble submission to tljp will of God Now Miss Holt Is Europe last summer we tender our sympathy to tho bereaved very small j indeed she is one of the most parents and little sisters charming little bits of femininity In North Â¬ Hooked That the Bbkcken humib News ern Kentucky The party was In London be requested to publish these resolutions and at the street crossing there Is always J E Keith a burly policeman who guards the way and Fannie Biusmun alternately allows the tide of humanity and the currant of vehicle to cross each r JLotlsra Notice Holt her mother and meeting of others track Miss Knights of Pythias Stated a girl companion who is also small once Breckenridge Lodge No CI will be held in attempting to cross at Trafalgar their hall Babbagea Block this Wednes Â¬ were Mrs Holt had succeeded in get Â¬ Square day eventog at 8 oclock for work in sec the young ladles were de Â¬ degrees and full ting across bat Prompt oud and third tained by tbe brass buttoned Martinet attendance requested When at last there was room to cross the Geo W Short O O officer tarnsd to tbe young ladles and as F L Boyd If ol R k St Pro lew Hurry up ye tonlshsdtliemby oryiDgj Miss Holt little Yaakw Doodlts ye To tho Fmtmtt bad never before been so rudely adJrwwd If you have anything to mU ortf yo ewrse of her exquisite Ken wish jo buy anything Thk News will ad Â¬ In tbe tucky life ami she was to indignant that vertise it fw ye frt 0 olwjt by a h aarrowly imim4 boig run ov ak ovk tbm liaas it do She has nsver forgiven tbe police Â¬ m ob nolle wllb plftowl la a apart for hat purpow acid you will eoBfor man who could call a Kentucky girl a a favor on Thk News by making use ot It little Yankee Doodle1 Â¬ Cioverport SULZERS Jlnml Telegraphy te and fall information Kentucky s BRYANT Jloolc Kerplng Short llrtfe tor Catalogue STRATTON Business College laOUISVILLEa KY NOTICE OF CORPORATION Nollco Is hereby given that John II Hales W V McCrarkcii 11 R Pierce Clinton M 1 V Stirman S M Doano R M Conway P J Miller W M Armendl J D Power James W Rates nnd John A Head and Antle It Pierce havo associated tbem solves together as a body politic nnd corporate nndcr the corporate natno of Tho Tar and Whlto Sulphur Springs Comjiany with Its principal pince of transacting business at Clo vorport Rreckcnrldgo County Kentucky Ihogoncral nature oflts business is to ac Â¬ quire real estate particularly tho Tnr nnd White Sulphur Springs of said county and state to conduct opornto and manage the same as a plcasuro and health resort together with hotels restaurants and all proper appurenancts appliances nnd property for conducting water Â¬ ing places also to drill operate for nnd mine gas oil asphaltum nnd other mineral nnd mineral substances nnd to manufacture samo or soil same Tho time of commencement of said corporation was tho 21st day of October 1689 nnd the termination thereof twenty fivo years from said date Its capital stock is ono hundred thousand dollars 100000 paid up Its affair are to bo mnnaged by not less than en nor more than flttccn dlrcotors sot a presi Â¬ dent Tlcoprcsldont secretary anil treasurer to bo elected at first meeting of stockholders for organisation and annually thereafter Its hlghost amount of Indebtedness shall be Ten thousand dollars nnd the prlvnte property of tho stockholders shall bo oxempt from corpo Â¬ rate debts This the 28th day of October A D 1889 S M Deane Annlo R Pierce STEPHENSPORT Mr Chris Perrigo is very sick with mea- Â¬ sles Mr Taj lor Hanks went to Louisvillo last week Miss Ella Moscley is visiting relatives in Louisville Mr Philo Hawkins and wifo went to Cloverport last week Mr Taylor Hanks has opened up n first class hotel on Main street Mr George McManamn of Cincinnati was in town last Saturday spent Mr Will Palmer of Louisville several days in town last week Mrs Emma Hnwkins of Louisville is the guest of Mrs J C Hrashear Mrs Lou Dix and daughter Nettie are spending the winter at Owcnsboro Miss Amanda Rnssham is suffering with an abscess in tbo throat whch is feared will prove fatal Miss Dixlo Perrigo gave an oyster sup- Â¬ per last Saturday night which was well at- Â¬ tended Yes Cloverport does need a first class hotel for traveling men will gladly come ten miles to get their supper nt the Bennett Houso A New York book agent sold over four hundred dollars worth of books in Stcph ensport and Rome last week That speaks well for tho culture of our peoplo Â¬ Clarty Two Cleveland 1uvorltc of For CM no D W Gibbons 197 Loraiu St held ono twentieth of ticket No 39520 which drew the second capital prize of 100000 In the recent drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery Sept 10th Ho is a maker of washers at tbo Upson nut and bolt works C A File a young mechanic of 25 or 20 who lives on Dent St near Wade Park ave and works at tho Ilrush Electric works near Wilson ave held of ticket Nn K9 which drer the third capital prize of 550000 Cleveland Ohio Sun 2 th P J J Miller Powers D John A Head Jnmes V Rntcj John II Rates Clinton McClarty R It Pierce W II Armendt W V McCracken F V Dvsif I Aieartac R M Conway Stirman 0t Hamcily for Dipthcrlu That malignant enemy of childrun the diptheria is again prevalent in various A MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In pit of idnumtcd Imitation which ml tbo of theorr and tirectlcil mult of tho Orllnl In ipit be would tti GREGORY Headquarters for CO localities Dr Field a celebrated physic Â¬ ian of England when the disease raged in that country several years ago was very successful in treating it by the application of a simple remedy He used nothing but common flour of sulphur a teaspoonful mixed with the finger In a wlneglassful of In ton minutes water given as a gargle tbo patient was out of danger and tho In extreme cases where a garÂ¬ disease gle was not practicable dry sulphur was blown down the throat through a quill and Chicago Journal was equally effective croiwtt mlrprt4MmLMonl br nviou comuvtlton ndnipltof buaitmpti to rub him of th fruit of hiiUborMaU of which demomtrat tho uiwrioritr and popularity of hit teaching undoubted rocnlud lrof Loiiettei Art of Netr torsnttlnir laanKpochln ttvdajr In both llemlptires aa marking Ilia IroipMtua aant poet f re give Mmory Cultur opinion of rwoplo In all parta of th club who har act Â¬ ually atudied liieSritent by correipondeuc ahowlnjr that bla Hrttetn I uud only uhllt Mna ttwlud not aftervardi that on book can biltarnea inatintlt 1cr lrupctul ealino intiulwandertiiocurfdJic ermeandlWImfinlal addrea Vrot A JOlSUTTi SJ1 Fifth Avenue NY Reapers and Mowers Grain Drills Fertilizer Cement Mich Â¬ igan Fluster Salt Lime Cool Oil hy the llnrrel Plaster Hair Pine Brick Poplar Shingles hand wnys kept on SAYH 3rOTTE Hogs and Chickens FROM DISEASE Delays are dangerous Da not neglect ceiling your Hogs with Pino Flooring nl Orders ac Â¬ companied hy cash prompt Â¬ ly filled Plow Handles The itluclilno Miom 3sr b wr AND The City Council met in regular session last Friday night and accepted the secur Â¬ ity offered by tbe McCrackens for the ma- Â¬ chine shops and as soon as the deed of trust and morlgago is filed tho mayor will be authorized to sign and deliver the bonds of tho city amounting to 20000 Every Â¬ thing It now settled and tho work on the As A Preventive of Disease shops bas begun Ten car loads of timber This remedy will put your hogs In a healthy arrived on tho grounds Saturday and tbe condition arrest disease aud be worth to you Is be- Â¬ work of pullng dwn tbe side track In tho end many more times Its colt ing pushed as rapidly as possible to let For sale by In with their stono and the contractors BEARD BECLERDbJERNETTE Iy the last of brick for tho foundations tho week the weather permitting thero Hardinsburg Ky will be fifty or moro men at work on tho bulldtngs ST LOUIS UH LIKE THE LOUISVILLE t T Down tho Prop- Â¬ Tho I SEASONAL DR JOS HAAS Hogg Poultry Remedy Grits Oat Meal GOODS Cracked Wheat Mince Meat N 0 Molasses PRESERVES Peach Plum and Quince Currant Jelly New Raisins New California Prunes New Pickles Plain and Mixed Cabbage Krout New Buckwheat Flour Rice Try our New Roasted CofToo Try the following receipt i A erty HolUorn at Hawenville L K ST L R at iwiW Tae itat Â¬ la the circuit court at Ilaweavllle last Saturday tho suit of Col Alf Hennen and wife against tbe L St L and T railroad for 0000 damages for building an em barkment in the hghway In front of their residence iu the kuburbs of Ilaweavllle was tried and a verdict was rendered for the defendant suit of dibsoa and wle against A tbe samedefendant was tried with like re- Â¬ sult Hon D RMurray of this city ap Â¬ peared as counsel fortbe dafendaqti SHORTEST QUICKEST AND DKST LINK TO Evaniville Weit and South Weit St Louis AND AtMOINTa APPLE AND RICE PUDDING Pure nnd core tart cooking apples to All a Doll teaoupful of lujrjr with puddlugdish half a pint ol water and put In tho applw to simmer not long enough to break Take leacupful or more of cold boiled rice fill the apples and spaces between with rl pew tbe syrup over all flit up with lolling wllk UaV about half an hour and servo hot iilUr Tiit Cu ia Eftc Ok Lr Louisvillo Arr St Louis 8il5 Til5 Kransvlllo 2t2S 16 1888 aiu9i00 pia4il0 pm 7i V0 pm For further laformillon call on or address JOS S 00KWNE Ual Pass Many Ptwrwma I L AkI Loumlllt Ky BRYANT Tray Pnisgr Agt Louisville Ky Vail uurt Ncu Hit JNO D lAIBAiC Ji 1 1 flwaagBflfrjW3WJi J WSyKiiyttKBiflK9B rwhTrrVi Jr au a 3 -- Tndigestion l illntrrmlnj 18 lUolfonly n by cutislng eomfilMnt to tlio Mood lint Iwrorao dctiraveil nml tlio ijtiii rii Iniiiiini rnlilu Veltlrti I ttw jmKJUt That Ajorn Sursnpnrlllii inalmllM In tlin Itcst curn for Ilnllnatlmi nven vrlirncointllcatii1 w Itti Liver Complaint 1 provoil by Ilia following testimony from Mm Josuidi Lake ot Uruckwny Centre Midi Liver complaint nml ImllcMtlon tnnda my Ufa n burden nml canio near unillng my existence For imiro tlinii four yearn I suffered untold nROiiv wn reduced nlmont to askelctnti ami liurdl V hail ntrniiBtli to drug myself about All kind of food distressed mo nml only tlio mont dollcnto could Ik illciStcil at oil Within tho time mentioned suvernlÂ¬ tiliyslclnns treated inn without kUIK relief Nothing that I took seemed to do any permanent Rood until I commenced nt tho mo of AvcrH Snnmpnrllln which Boon has produced wonderful rcnullHSnrsnpn niter coiiminiirltig to tnko tho rlllu I could nco an Improvement in my My appctltu hocan to return condition und with It eiuno tho nullity to digest nil tho food taken my strength In procil each day and after ton few jour inonthn of faithful attention I found inynclf a well direction household Moinan ublo to utli nd to allgUcn mo U dutlen The inedlcltiu luu Icano of life new Ayers Sarsaparilla Or J Aycr U Co Lowol Mats Price Jl i ill lot Irs 1 Worth S3 botlle C rrtmnti bt BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ill 1ivo GeuU per TlioiikUiul that a company nlready in operation at Leitchfield III will pipe luel nnd illuminating gas into East St 2nu It Is announced Sumo ono says that few men dlo of age Almost nil persona die ol illsnppolnlnifjdjj personal monlal or bodily toil or accident slid- Tlin inuloni kill men noinetiiiir1 evfii choked ilenlj The common pxpresdon ban lllllo cxflKCrallon In wilh pimlon It fnr een though lint suddenly fatal strong passions shorten life Rtrong-hod-r- d men often die young weak men live longer than tho strong for llio strong use tbelr htrengtb and the weak hare none lo use The latter lako care of themselves tho former do not As it in with the body The so it is with Iho mind nnd temper mrnrn are nnt to break or like the candle The itiferl r run the weai burn ou which live temperate lives nuimali have generally Ibelr prescribed term of Tho horse lios 25 years the ox 15 years or 20 tho lion about 20 the hog 10 or 12 the guinea pig 0 or 7 The the rabbit numbers all bear proportion to tho lime the animal takes to grow Itu full sizo Hut man of nil animals is one that seldom lie ought to comes up to the average live a hundred years according to the phslolonical law for five times twenty aie one hundred J but instead of that ho scarcely reaches an avernge of four lluus Tho reason is obvi Â¬ the arowing period is not only iho mist lrrrgunr ousman and InlempcrHte but the most laboiiou He is and hard wtrklng ol all animals nlwajs tho mest irritable cf all animal i nnd their is reason to belie e though we canno tell what an nilniil secretly feels that more than any other animal man cherishes wrath lo keep it warm and con simes himself with the fire of his own rt flectionn Scientific American The scnlp may bi kept white und clean the hair soft pliant aud glosBy by the use of Ayers Hair Vigor This preparation never fails to restore faded and gray bair to its orig- Â¬ inal color Sold by druggists and per- Â¬ fumers Whnt rrodltcr Ilrnlli YOUR LOCAL PAPER UIIV IT SHOULD in Moinortiitiw i uaoarjatMjntjanrKrjnrnnrrnrTnjnrjafwaaaaaarxrjrux lir SIIIOllTrll Vim Are WE ARE The 1Imii Ol lcllliiir Tho World IS 11 n t Iho ninldnir Irogrrt Jetting Ready FOR THE Or Imebeht to Ladies Louis Mr Henry Ollara a capitalist o St Louis who is prominent in the enter- Â¬ prise says they bavo a process of manu Â¬ facturing gas from Limn 0 oil which costal cents a gallon This amount o oil renders over 1000 feet of gas They have eight miles of pipe doan and are furnishing families at a rate which for lighting a large house and supplying three Btores with fuel takes but 51 per annum from the proprietors pocket The plant they nre putting irttJ Litchfield will cost some C000O From this they propeso to lay nn 8 inch gas main to Kast St Louis mileB and deliver their product there at a price far below that which the com- Â¬ pany now in power there can do They claim that tfiey can give light and heat to the city at five cents per thousand feet of gas or give it away for a long limo and scarcely feel it the production costs so lit- Â¬ tle In explaining the process Mr Ollara said A bench that is a plant with twelve rttorts will cost about f 3000 and will sup-it would pi u town of C000 inhabitants 0000 feet of illuminating gas produce daily and 13 times as much fuel gas here are the figures 120 gallons of crude pe Â¬ troleum 150 gas for operatives 0 cents 80 total one workman one day The crude oil is introduced J00000 feet to the furnace direct from the tankB Steam forces it into spray and mingling both absorb the elements from the air and a chemical degeneration commences that non expl winds up in nou condcusable sive gas For intensity of heat the fuel I have seen Swedish iron gits excels which requires 4500 made with it and crudible steel not only made but melted Amer- Â¬ nnd burned up in a few minutes ican Manufacturer 1 With one of the largest and most va ever shown A ciiloim Clirlwlliwi Woman ried stocks we have The Hartford Uersld in speaking of Mrs Short whose death occurred in this Mrs Short was the city recently says mother of Mrs Dr Miller of this place and for so mo years has made her home Recently she has been with Dr Miller visiting relatives in Ovensboro and whilo spending a few days with her sou at Clo- Â¬ verporl was attacked with paralvtls which ended her life For years Mrs Short has been a leader in the Methodist church here having joined that church early in life No member of that body hero has been more zealous or more useful than she in all christian enterprises of the church and many n heart can look lo her life with memory of many u kindly charily or help- Â¬ ful couucil The Sunday School where 8bo was such a useful worker and the whole community where she wan so well known and so much helove feel keenly the bereavement of her death A The goods arc- - all in and we are getting them in shape for our regu- lar GRAND Mronir lliui Mr JelT Hoard who is a candidate for county clerk of Hancock county was in the city to day Mr Board is a son ol Judge Milton Hoard ol Ilreckenridge county nnd a Democrat from away back He lives in the Republican stronghold und would probably get some Republican votes Owensboro Inin case of his nomination OPENING quirer Til for Tut Cabbage If I were in yonr place I would brace ur reople Bay vou never pay your debts Heet So ho swelled head do they 7 Well I may be a little slow but when Im cooked for dinner the neighbors dont make a wild stampede for fresh air N Y Herald Ifyou are costive dont wait for ccslive ness becomes constipation but take Laxa dor at once regularly and persietently until you nre cured Do not poison your little ones with par- Â¬ egoric laudanum etc but use Dr Hulls Ilahy Syrup it contains nothing injurious to tho infant system Will lluro for Jns Natural Gas Co The Kockport Ind are negotiating with Mr MsCool to bore a well for them Messrs Hardy and Stock Â¬ ing were in the city to day to close the contract Iloring will begin at once if the terms are agreed upon to day vmcKii Tin wiui Vol lctliiiir Well Iliiotiirli Alone IroiiN llic HiiIii of u Jius Hole at Ilciitlvrson OLID The The Henderson Journal says second gas well bored by the Trenton Kok Company has j royen n failure and 1 he ilnw of gas not is a complete wreck being ns strong as that In the first well forty oundsof djnamite were put down Another in the hole and the weel shot charge of forly pounds was put in but fail Â¬ Yesterday morning forty ed to ignite more rounds were added and the well shot again Tl e concussion when the dyna Â¬ The iron mite exploded was terrible casting of tho well was blown straight up out of the hole and cut the rope letting the drill fall and badly injuring the der- Â¬ rick The well wns a perfect wreck aud All of the gas men hud to be abandoned Somo will leave this nre in the city morning for Owensboro Work will begin on another well as The soon us the derrck can be repaired location will be beyond the first well llolU und Ciirltiuiclck Cured For years I hate been constantly troub- Â¬ led wilh humors in the blood which caus- Â¬ ed the breaking out of boils and carbun- Â¬ cles all over my body that when bruised I con- Â¬ would make u lasting ugly sore sulted many eminent physicians and took n great deal of medicine without any per- Â¬ Nothing helped me but ceptible benefit That medicine Swifts Specific S S S cured me I lam now oi joying excellent heulib and there is not a blemish if any kind on my body Michael MuIIau Ilulo Nebraska SANTA is rich this year and he has lots of nice Inherited Ncroliiln SArifis Specific S 8 S cured my little bey ol hereditary scrofula which broke out For a year ho hadsuf all over his face fered and I had given up all hopes or his recovery when ut length 1 was induced to try S S S After using a few bottles ho No symptom now re was entirely cured maiis of the disease litis wus three years Mrs T I Matiikiih ago Mathirrville Misr things in store for the little ones His head quarters as usual will be at our house and JUurlt Winn We desire to suy to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr Kings New Dr Kings Discovery for Consumption A Sexton NpcuUk New Lile Iills iluckleus Arnica Salve Mr John A Clcary sexton of Oak wood and Kleclric Hitlers and have never hand Swifts led remedies thnt sell as well or that have Cemetery Waco Texas writes We do Specific S 8 S Is a sure euro for any given such unlversul satisfaction description of blood poisou I About a year not hesitate to guarantee them every time tu4 wo slnnd retdy to refund tlai purthaso ugo I contracted a poisonous blood dis price if satisfactory results do not follow enso and tried u number of remedies with- Â¬ I was about to become dis Â¬ their ue These remedies hate won great out uvail popularity purely on their merits heartened when a friend InduceJ me lo I W Short Cloverporl Ky und J A try S S 8 After taking a pnrt of ono Witt Hardinsburg Ky Druggists bottlu I was n sound man nnd no symp Â¬ toms of thu lull duciisp have ever re- Â¬ Tlio IliitfUle Mill DuIiik ii Uooil turned llllkllltkt Treatise on Wood and Skin Disoases Tho lieech Grove correnpondent of the On tlio down mailed free Inquirer says Owensboro SWIFT SlHCIFIC CO Atlanta la trip of tho steamer Maggie llelle last Thursday 71 be carried 21 patsongrrs head of hogs two head ot cattle und a large amount of miscellaneous freight Wilh such officials as Capl Williams pilot Mr Tom Williams and Clerk K A llrndloy this little steamer is bound to iucceed Hattle Iilllouiness Deaiege Malaria break up Chills with C O 0 Certain Chill No cure no Cure tho pleasant remedy Bold by O W Short Subscribe for the Uhkckkmhiiior Nkwk every child in Clover port shall have a look at him before Christmas Eve his regular appearance on Watch for the ing day of his Magesty open- The Coiildnlt Aki co The jury in the Richardson murder case bt Hawesvilla could not agree and were discharged The case was continued unl the May term The jury stood six for ac Â¬ quittal and six for conviction Corn on tho stalk Is an emblem of plen Â¬ ty Corn on he loe is au emblem of woe remove Iheru quickly with O 0 0 Trice 25 cents at Certain Corn Cure druggists or by uiuil J C Mendenhnll Co Kvtnsville Ind By order Old Santa Claus With headquarters at py Ml BMHMGfS Manufacturer lleconl Many times within n few years wo hnve urged upon our readers lo sustain their fjttlek onra tor Crtntorln la Dr Sural PHcsWa old Lnnalew local newspapers provided they were such Infants nail Childrens Compjatats Superior to Castor bil We know in Incl and not in name aloim Faregorlo or Nnxootlo Syrups Clillilrenjory for Cnstorln MU very well that all through the country men clung lo him wilh such lender devotion lions of Mothcirt lilein CaitorTn are publishing whnt are called by courtesy and his own sweet spirit like the tendered T rrx ommond Cnstorla Qutorln ciirrs Colic Constipation for childrens newspapers that are no more like ihe tendril was so interwoven with our aflVc complaint an suix rlor to any prwtet Iptlon Hour Htoinocli Dlarrhcva Knictatlon I known to me Jt A ArtcnrHlID lire healthy xtefp alro nlM digestion genuine article than a toadstool Is lo n lions thnt he was never absent Irom our 111 Ho Oxford Bt Brooklyn K Without narcotlo iluifactlou And as the one is unpleasant minds mushroom Aud now that ho hns been called Tine CcMTAi n CouriKr 77 Murray St New York and poisonous while the other is palatable away from us we constantly nnd sadly and nutritive so tho no account paper is miss him and we know of no one whose nn irjury to any locality while a llvo en- Â¬ demise would hnve caused more universal Ho Is not missed only by terprising journal however small Is u bereavement his family and loved ones but by his power for good Within n few years newspapers have neighbors and friends and I may truly sny OAlUtlES THH LAHOEST AESOIITMKNT OP come into being in the South as thick as by all for Bono knew him but to love him Many proved them Â¬ We have known hi in long nnd intimately shower toads after a selves worthy the name while many more nnd found him always kind sympathetic At Very Low wholly unsclfitb ever ready to lend nholp showed conclusively that their rejectors Bed Room had mistaken tnfir vocation and after a ing hand to those around him even some Â¬ times io tho siicrlfice of his own Interest few weeks or months they disappeared diking What higher eulogy can we pronounco Unfotunutely the I jury ihev did to legitimate journalism did not die with thorn upon ono than to say he was n good man Furniture The legacy they lelt their unfurlunute sub- Â¬ and one who lived for the happiness nnd Ho was a fond and af Â¬ scribers was n distrust or contempt for welfare of others npwrpapers in general and a desire to get fectionate husband a devoted father a Of every Description hold ol first chus journals and learn what loving brother a tnM aud lusting friend The IntfMt nnd Mott Improved Stylo or ltefrlgcralori I carry the Latent and lrelllet Te was going on in the world without cost lo and paratnou t to overy other good ihine s Ignstn Chnmbcr Ioungei at prlccao thnt wtllaitonlsh you Heraombcr this All suvils sold Every- - business manager o n he was an humblo Christian This was cheaper t linn nny other Ijome In tlioflrccn Hlvcr Region lifrrstlf beautifully exemplified during his last ill live paper could give repealed illustrations Recent- Â¬ ness though a great sufferer he did not of tins from his own experience ly while visiing the editor of un influen- Â¬ murmur but bore his affliction patiently tial and deservedly popular daily paper in nnd bravely trusting la his Savior as he a large Southern cily we were ebqwn two so often and so sweetly assured the loved One ones aud the faithful friends who so cheer- Â¬ letters received in that days mail fully did all in their power to alleviate his was from a business man in a neighboring All during his illness be would Â¬ town who paid his subrcilplion to and or- Â¬ Buffering He said be bad ask to be prayed for and requested friends dered his paper stopped taken it Glteen years and had always been to sing sweet hymns for him showing thus pleased with it but that for many months that his thoughts were turned hcavenwatd he had not seen his copy an average onco nnd we are sure that he is now in heaven 1 a week for some neighbors would borrow waiting and watching for the loved ones whom he has preceded to that Deautiful it read it lend it to anothet and so on cSc and when at night he wanted il it was Land May they not ciieve as those who have one know where He thought he gone no was doing the publisher un injustice as no hope but may the sweet assurance that well as himielf and concluded to stop for he gave them that he loved everyone SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS a while until some of his neighbors could that he Lord had forivun his sins and com- Â¬ it and then be would that he was going homo to heaven be induced to take The other fort them and help them to strive to enter renew his own subscription Â¬ My neighbor Mr the pearly gates of the Beautiful City to letter was lo this effect A h3 not received your paper the last which he has gone where theyll meet him As several of us depend upon in the Homo Over There where sorrows ourdujs it for the news we will feel very much neer can press the soul nnd where part- Â¬ ZErLcL obliged ifyou will nttend to this at once ings will be no more A KniKXD and see that there is no more trouble Many publisheru could relate similar ex- Â¬ A Miro InviKtniont Journejing leisurely in the periences Ib ono which is guaranteed to bring you Sun- Â¬ mountains rot long since we Raw one day during the noon intermission n group satiafuclory results or in case of failure a On this safe of a dozen or more persons surrounding return of purchase price one man who was reading from a paper plan you can bjy from our advertised Â¬ We learned thnt he was the only citizen of Druggist n bottle of Dr Kings New DisIt is guaranteed that vicinity who took a newspaper of any covery for Consumption kind aud that whenever there was preach- Â¬ to bring relief in every case when used ing at that cross road meeting house he for any affection of Threat Lungs or Inllauiation was expected to bring his weekly newspa- Â¬ Chest such as Consumption of Lung Bronchitis Asthma Whooping per and read It to the others Il is pleasant It is eafe to say that the really able week Â¬ Cough Croup etc etc ly newspapers published in tho South and agreeable to taste perfectly safe nnd can always bo depended upon average twenty readers to one subscriber Trial bottle free at G V Short Clover while for the number of readers there Now port Ky and J A Witt Hardinsburg should be at least four subscribers to Rates Por Day According to Rooms Certainly not Ky where does the fault lie iSPTurkish and Russian Baths in Hotel They ore with the editors and publishers Another Milt Agailikt the Clover as a whole the greatest workers In their IMllc They giye their respective communities The Keystone Bridge Co bas filed suit time their brains energy and experience against the L St L T railroad to re Â¬ to their vocation and are usually the act cover 17015 n balance alleged to be due ive promoters of everything thut will bene on the construction of the Doe Run and fil tho public If they are in fault at all Green ltiver bridges The suit was it is in the fact that in the zeal for Ihe pub- Â¬ brought in Ihe United Stales Circuit Court lic welfare they often forget their own and in New York give the use of their columns gratuitously when they ought to be paid liberally for A llouutlfulvUdltlou the space occupied Brother Watterson went into ecstacicB The responsibility for sustaining a live of delight over iho results of the elections newspaper In any locality devolves upon The front of the Louisville Courer Journal For merchants it on Thursday morning was adorned with a the entire community is the best medium for reaching the people huge border consisting of twenty one fine flKT A well worded advertisement in n news- Â¬ fat roo3er and two oanuon The editorial paper draws more Irade than all the circu- Â¬ page was one broad tariff reform smile lars they can isssue or band boards tbey Wo salute Kentuckys great Colonel The merchant can post in their counties N Y Herald should therefore advertise liberally and also influence his customers to lake the Tweuty years ago there roamed over the The latter plains and mountains of the West over 8 paper he uses as bis medium will respect his opinion and follow his ad- Â¬ 000000 buffaloes To duy lliere are lees vice and then as their families read from than COO head of the animals in exUtejice week to week the miscellaneous columns There are but 85 head of wild bullalos 1101 they will be insensibly led to fee many alive in captivity and about 200 under the new wants that he can supply j for every protrction of the government in Yellow- Â¬ CINCINNATI OHIO good newspaper coutaius items showing stone park what other people tho world over ne wearing or eating or what tools I hey are Cut flowers will retain tbelr freshnets using or what new or household stuff or much longer If a little salt and charcoal is labor saving rnacblues havo been intro Â¬ added to the water in which they ore put duced and reudiug about tbesa things The charcoal should be broken into small LOUISVILLE KY lumps creates a desire for them that will Tha Lading Agricultural Journal of tho South and West Â¬ lead to their purchase Made by Farmers for Farmors Tho county newspapers of the South are As n rtconl of uccenful ntrlctilture Home doing fur more for their localities than even AND Iakm lias no equal Ivcry topic relating Kvery item they to sericulture in openly- - illncuixed In its column their editors imagine by tiicfarmerKthemselvcK NoezpcnueliiKparnl publitb respecting new enterprises con Â¬ In securing a full nccount of every notable sue CHICKEN ceu 011 the farm It Is distinctively the is templated or sturlcd in their viciuly FARMERS OWN PAPER seen by somo ono of the shnrp sighted men A record of tbelr dally life presented In n form Construction Depart Â¬ mid language which make it plain to all employed on the ITG LIST OF CONTniDUTOR8 ment of tho Manufacturers Record and Contain the iinuic of the moat progressive farm and gives a cue which is at oree followed r of the bouth nnd Went They do not treat of theoretical farming but of the actual comll These are until all the facts are obtained tlom which confront ns to loy II 1 Johnson Waldo I llroH j llerry Rtewntt John St htahl t published ai qutckly as possible so that A I Ionl Jeff Wclliorn Hugh T UrooUjJoUn thousands ol capitalists and business men Cilfdgart bteclea JlayoujTll llnlihvln and a hot of others make this journal indispensable would never reach whom the local paper Moreoer it i equally S Bf flfcrTvlmBM become informed of the new enterprise A HOME MAQAZINE Kvery subject of Interest to the home maker Is Huudredsof men in small places whose fully treated Mary Mursdcu JoL Catesby Mm names even were not known outside of Ilrowu Mrs Daviess Mlu Cabell Mosby Passenger Mail and Express Boats Alice Winston and score of other Mlsa conttiu will their own counties have during the past lite regularly FAITH LATIMER three j ears been surprised by receiving charge ly For all wy landings betneon Louisville and sheIn has the of our Childrens Department nnd circulars price lists and letters from uu peculiar faculty of being both In Ilsndcrion tha efognnt anil flecl itaamars ttrcstlug mid Instructive manufacturers and merchants merous THE MTSTtTlY OF THE NATION they JAMES aUTIIRIK giving lliem the epecinl information Is n thrilling story appearing In Home and TW1 OITV wanted about machinery tools and other lAHst by John It JluslcknncfU exciting wide CITY or 0WBNS110110 attention Hhort stoile by distinguished writers of dollars vorth ot Thousands things they needed and hnvo wondered On of tho above Una ililsnhal steamers nan appear from time to time chickens die every year from CholIt WB how their senders heard of them- up and duvrn daljr finlndld acootnmodatlous BILL ARPS LETTERS era It is more fata to chickens than for stock Appear In each Issue nnd this humorous because their home newspapers gave the and 173 Fourth street plicr wns never more lutcicstliig than nhlloso Oneral office But the at this all other diseases combined item about their enterprise that put the C Ky LoulivUI IN ITS EUITOIIIAI IIEfAllTJIKXT W W IIITK Preit Record on their track and enabled lf to discovery of a remedy mt fositivtly Home Aljn Iaum speaks lioldly and fearlessly In cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ p T 1knny Bunt tell the world tbelr poitoQloe address and behalf of fanners Rights1 It favor a re vinced of its efficacy only requires a vision of tlij tari If In behalf of the farmer belter proposed to dos Many pf these whnt they roads for tins farmer 1ree Mall Delivery to the trial A 50 cents bottle is chough for farmer Co operation among th ffimers and Its men havo aYd hundreds of dollars be- Â¬ nlm Is to llust Trusts one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ llsiuuttF cause of information thus received and tslr Trad aud Faroim Klhti anteed Jf after Using two thirds of ought tp show their gratitude to heir local a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Send 50 cents for one years subscript newspaper vthoso little item may have satisfied With it as a cure for Chicken tlon Or send 150 and jet Home and been the primary pause of tha saying efr Cholera1 return it to the undersigned Farm and Breckinridge News fer one pewppapera feqted Support your homo and yourWohey will be refunded JNO D BABIABE year Address for the gool ihoy have done are doing OFFICE CioijtiiionT Kr Hardinsburg Ky For sale by 8 yt Short Cloverporl Ky Court House and will continue to do to you How Iruo N il I hit There Is no lock hinmrr wslcluiil and tnnileJ Hut nne dciil Imnli In there I There Ii n drojlil ImwuaYr dcTonilolj Hut list one vnrnnl chair Verily lliere ii in our midst it vncnnl rliairninl in our hearh an nchiug void occasioned by llm death of our dear friend Mr John A Moorman who died April I Hib 18SJ Ho was to qutei gentle nnd unobirusivo that wo sometimes seemingly forgot he wns in our mldiit but never n reality was he forgotten fnr iur hear What is ICASTORIAI aal I 1 r i JOHN REINHARBT tow Parlor Â¬ iuMAl IVo 11 JNO REINHHRDT rain Street Owensboro ley CO 0TJERBA0KER GILM0RE esale Grocers 321 31 v7- - Ifcvain StLOUISVILLE KY ii FULTON AVE BREWERY E3varLSTTille Brewers and Bottlers of P LSENEBEXPORT BEER Co v Messrs Gregory Agents Cloverport Ky The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City 250 400 LOUISVILLE ICY I HWHERNDONCO M Produce JeiieralComiiilloii No 144 Third St Louisville Ky Schuermeyer St Arand Heyker QPOCEPS HOME AND FARM 1 evet-t-uatl- B Cholera Cure s J3ti Packet line 1 11 11 Â¬ 1 T BA1BIB AH2 Attorney at Law