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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - THE BRECKENRIDUE NEWS lyi a VOL XIV CLOVERPORT IflENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER L PHEAOHINd ON THE SEONES OF THE SAVIORS LAST DAYS ON EARTH 11 1889 NO 20 pOYAl JUST TWO thenWEEKS FROM TODAY the greatest all days It is tlio day wo all celebrate in sonic way or other Tim llory or lomnn Itelgn mill tlio loldon Aire of JcritNitlcni Tho Awful llUcontciit of Mitlet IuviilM Hap Â¬ pier Hit Akc IiiiI Scone Alton t Jcrimnlciii ing of gifts or in receiving them POWDER Absolutely Puro o A marvel This powder never varlei Mu purity strength ami wholesolnencis an economical than tho ordinary kinds and tlio multitude not le soM In competition with of low tot short weight alum or phoshbato pewJen Sahl only in cant lloVAb Bakino Fowdrr Co 106 Wall Street New York NEVER FAILS PLEASANT TO TAKE Tim nnlr Ccrtiiln and Itllccttlnl Cllro for Chills ond Fever Intermittent Itemiltcnt lllllous nnd Malarial Fever Dumb Ague Swamp Fever and nil Diseases originating from a Torpid Liver or Malaria Perfectly harmless contains no Arsenic or Uuliiino and can be Riven to tho most tlollcato person with perfect Fafity An a Tonic for Tired Feeling Loss of Ap Nervous Depression nnd petite Headache ow Spirits originating from Mabrlu It stands tono and without a 1araltel lBIOE 8100 JPor Bottlo Soli Drugglttt by eeneraUv J C MENDENHALL sou raorautroits CO V S A UYJ EVAXSVILZV Ind SOLD AND WAUHANTED Prof- - Loisettes MEMORY DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD In cptte of adulterated Imitations which miss tne thoorr ftiul practical rmalU of lb Orbclnal intpltjiof iw the rToftett imnrepro4iuaiiN vi enfioua wouldmm competitors andlimptUnf bate attempt to roo of the fruit of his UborMall of which demnnttrato the teaching undoubted superiority and popular y of his f Nuvnr ForKettins is recognizor Trot IxisettefArt t dy In U th lUmUpherui as marking anKpochm Memory Culture Ill lrotpectusscntiKfitfreeElTea opinions of people In all parts of the fclobo who hare act unity 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llnweulllo Falcon 1123 1115 1100 1057 1062 1043 1031 101b 1002 U 1B 1110 1167am 1227 1237 100 120 134 IJUru Arr Lewlport Iowtn 1ntei 033 021 903 Owennhoro l0J Stanley Worthlngton Spoitivlll lve iiatkettt liOruArr Uendenon 30au 81 1 803 744 735 Lve 73111 H M0 j Mavmiouoiurirri But hero passes through theso streets ns in Imagination I seo him quite as wonderful and a far better man David tho conqueror tho king tho poet Can It bo that I am in tho very city whero ho lived and reigned I David great for power and great for grift Ho was wrapped up in his boy Absalom Ho was a splendid boy Judged by tho rules of worldly criticism From tho crown ot his head to tho solo of bis foot thcro was not a singlo blcuilsh Tho lliblo says that ho had such a luxuriant shock of hair that when onco n year it was shorn what was cut oil weighed over thrco irauuds lint notwithstanding all his brilliancy ot appearance ho was a bad boy and broko his fathers heart Ho was VANITY VANITY ALL IS VANITY I tho Well you say if thero is any man plotting to getarmy throuoot Israel Ho had to marshaled happy ho ought to bo But I hear him government an Tho day overthrow his fathers ot battle had como coming out through tho palace and see his Tho conflict was begun David tho father robes actually Incrustcd with Jewels as ho sat between tho gates of tho palaco waiting stands lu the front and looks out upon tho for tho tidings ot tho conflict Oh how rapidvnst domniu What docs ho suyf King ly his heart bent with emotion I Th o great quesSolomon great Is your dominion great is wero to bo decided tho safety of his boy your honor great is your Joy No Whllo tions tlio throno ot Israel standing hero amidst till tho i plenilor tho aud tho contiuuanco of After uwhllo a scrvantstaudiugon tlio top of a tears start and his heart breaks and bo ex house looks off aud ho soes somo ouo running claims Vanity of vnuitios all is vanity Ho is coming with great speed and tho man What I Solomon not happy yetj No not on tho top of tho liouso announces tlio comTho honors and tlio emoluments of happy ing ot tlio messenger nnd tho futlicr watched bring so many cares with them this world waits ns scon as tho messenger from that thoy bring ulso torturo and dlsquiotudo aud field of and battlo conies within hailing distho sits on ouo of tho highest earthly tance tlio father cries out Is a question Iliaraoh it eminences yet ho is miserable becauso thero In regard to tho establishment uf his thronoi aro bomo pcoplo in Ills realm that do not want Docs ho sayi Havo tho armies ot Israel been any longer to mako bricks Tho head of Ed victorious Am I to continue in my lmpo ward I aches under his crown bscauso tho rial authority I Havo I overthrown my cno people will not iay tho taxes and Llonellyn luiesl Oh not Thcro Is ono question that IVincoof Wales will not do him homago springs from his heart to tho lip and springs ami Walluco will Ihi n hero Frederick Willfrom tho lip Into tho car of tho besweated iam III of Irussia Is miserable bocauso and bed uetod messenger Hying from tho batFranco wants to tako tho Prussian provinces Is tlio young man tlo field tho question Tho world is not largo enough for Louis XIV Absalom saful When It was told to David mid William III Tho glmstllost suffering tho king that though his armies hail been tho mot shriveling fear tho most rending victorious his sou had been slain tho father tho most glguutlo disquietude Jealousies turned his back upon tho congratulations ot linvo wulkod amidst obsequious courtiers tho nation aud went up tho stairs of tlio and bocu clothed In royal aptKircl and sat oil palace Ids heart breaking ns ho went wring Judgment bents of power ing his band sometimes aud then again press Honor and truth and Justice cannot go ing them against his temples as thougli ho so high up in authority as to bo beyond tho O Absalom I would press them in crying rnngo of human assault Tlio puro aud tho my sonl my soul Would Qod I had died for good lu all ages linvo been execrated by tho thoo O Absalom I my sonl my sonl Stu Not this man but lluau mob who cry out pendous grief of David resounding through Uy Ims Now Ilarubbas was n robbor succeeding ages This was tho city that all honesty by Christian principle I would Imvo heard tho woo O Jerusalem Jorusaleml you sock for tho favor mid tho confidence of I am also thrlllod and ovcrowored with your fellow men but do not look upon somo tlio remembrance that yonder whero now position r though that wero always high btunds n Mohammedan mosque stood tho sunshine Tlio mountains of earthly honor temple tho very ono that Christ visited aro HUo tho mountains of BwlUei limd cov- Â¬ Solomons temple had stood thcro but Neb Â¬ ered villi pcrptual loo uud enow Having uchadnezzar thundered it down Zcrubba obtained tlio confidence mid love ot your as bels tomplo had stood there but that had sociates hi content with such things as you been prostrated Then Herod built a tern have You brought nothing Into tho world plo becauso ho was fond of great architecand it Is very certain you can carry nothing ture and ho wanted tho preceding temples to Ceaso yo from man whoso breath Is out seem Insignificant Iut eight or ten modern Thero Is nu honor that Is cathedrals togethor aud they would not equal in Ida nostrils worth possessing but It Is an honor that that structure It covered nineteen acres This day riso up aud tiko Thero wero marble pillars supporting roofs comes from God nehold what manner of lovo tho Futhor of cedar aud silver tabloj on which stood It hath liestowod upon us that wa should bo golden cuiis aud thero wcro carvings ex- Â¬ Who aspires not for quisite aud Inscriptions resplendent glitter-Â¬ called tho sons of God that royalty Come now aud bo kings and ing balustradea and ornamented gateways priests unto Qod uud tho Lamb forover Tho building ot this temple kept ten thousand If wealth uud wisdom could Imvo satisilod workmen busy for forty six yeurs Stupend Â¬ a man Solomon would bavo boon satisfied ous pllo of pomp and magiilflcciicol Ilut To say that Solomon was a millionaire gives tlio material and architectural grandeur of but n very Imperfect Idea of tho property ho tho building wcro very tamo compared with Ids father IU had at Inherited from David tho spiritual moaning of Its altars ami holy his coinmiud gold to thavaluo of six huu of holies aud tho overwhelming significance eighty million pounds aud ho had drod nnd of its ceremonies O Jerusalem Jerusalem silver to tho vulua of ono billion twonty nlu CIIUISTH LAST VISIT TIIK11K thrco hundred and soventy seven mllllou Dut standing in this old city all other f ucU pounds sterling Tho queen of Shoba inado aro eclipsed when wo think that near hero our1 hliu a ntoa little present of soveu hundred and blessed Lord won born that up ami down tho twenty thousand pounds and Hiram inado streets of this city 1m walked and that in tho him a prvnent of tho sumo amount If ho had outskirts of It ha died Hero was his only lost tin value of a whole realty out ot uto day of triumph and his oMowinatiou Ono uockvt It would bavo hardly been north his day this old Jorualm Is at the tip ton ot ex- whllo to stoop down and pick It up Ha clteaMHit ClirUt lifts bant doing soma re wrote ouo Uiouwud aud Uvosougs He wrote markable works aud very high threo thousand provwU Ho wrote about authority Tho polios court has Uud papers almost nvwytUlug TUoDibUiMys dUtiuot for hi arret for this thing must bo stomitxl y Im wrote nbout pUiiU from tho Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JunU8ALKH Dec 8 At n largo meeting of Christian ixsoplo In this city to day tho Itov r Do Witt Tnlnmge 1 V ot Ilrooklyn mm tlio preacher Ills text was Mntthoir xxlll 7t JcniMilcnil Jerusalem I A report of his eloquent sermon Is nppcndcUi This exclamation lunst from Christs II ps ns ho catno In sight of this crcat city nnd nl- thougli things Imva marvclously clintiged vho can visit Jcrusnleiu to day without hav ing Us mighty past roll over him nml ordi nary uttcrnuco must glvo plnco for tho ex- Â¬ clamatory ns wo cry O Jerusalem Jerusalem I Disappointed with tho Holy riid many Imvo been nnd J linvo heard good friends say that their nrdor nbout sacred places had been so dampened that they wcro sorry thoy over visited Jerusalem Dut with tuo tho city nnd Its surroundings aro a rapture n solemnity on ovcrw helming emotion O Jerusalem ocrnsnicmi ino procession ot kings conquerors jKJcts nnd Immortal men nnd women pass beforo mo as I sUmd hero Anions tho throne nro Solomon David and Christ Yes through thcMstrcctsaud nmld theso surroundings ixxlo Solomon that wonder of splendor nnd wretchedness It seemed ns If tho world exhausted Itself on thnt man It woyo Its brightest llowers Into his cnrland It sot Its richest gems In his coronet It pressed tho rarest wlno to his lips It robed him in tho purest purplo mid embroidery Itchccicdlilm with tho sweetest music In that land of harps It greeted him with tho gladdest laughter that over leaped from mirths lip It sprinkled his check with sprny from tho brightest fountains Itoynlty had no dominion wealth no luxury gold no glitter flowers no sweetness song no melody light no radiance upholstery no gorgcous ncss waters no gleam birds no plumage prancing coursers no mettle architecture no grandeur but it was all his Across tho thick grass of tho lawn fragrant with tufts of cnmphlro from Engedl fell tho long shadows of trees brought from distant forests Fish pooh fed by artificial channels mat m ougut tlio ttrcnms from hills fur nway wcro perpetually ruffled with litis and golden scales shot from watercuvo to watercavo with endless dlvo nnd swirl attracting tho gnzo of foreign potentates Dirds that had been brought from foreign nviarics glanced and Muttered among tho foliago nnd called to their mates far beyond tho sea From tho royal stables thcro catno up tho neighing of twclvo thousand horses standing in blankets of Tyrlon purple cliowlng their bits over troughs of gold waiting for tho kings order to bo brought out in front of tho palace when tho olll cial dignitaries would leap Into tho saddlo for wmo gaud parado or harnessed tofcorno of tho fourteen hundred chariots of tho king tho fiery chargers with flaunting inaiio and throbbing nostril would mako tho earth Jar with tho trump of hoofs and tho thunder of wheels While within and without tho pal aco you could not think of a single luxury that could bo ndded or of a single splendor thnt could bo kindled down on tho banks of tho sea tho drydocks of Kzlou geber rang witli tho hammers of tlio shipwrights who wero constructing larger vessels for n still wider cominereo for nil lauds nnd climes wcro to Ikj robbed to mako up Solomons glory No rest till his koels shall out every tea his n men how every forest his archers strike overy raro wing his fisherman whip every stream ills merchants trado In overy bazaar his numo bo honored by every trlbo nnd royalty Imll Imvo no dominion wealth no luxury gold no glitter song no melody light no radiance waters no gleum birds no plumugp prancing coursers no mettle up-Â¬ holstery no gorgeousness architecture no grandeur but it was all his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho main object of this advertisement is to enlighten them Such as Christmas And comes of Either in the bestow Â¬ Unt this ia a Jll matter welf hnown to every one And for the Girls the public where to buy and givo them a few pointers as to the many suitable things wc have in store for Toys Dolls and Fancy Goods Our advice is to come at once and make your selections avoid the rush and secure tho best before the stock is broken Early visitors now rccivo tho most attention and make tho best selections Every department stocked to suit Ihn most moderate in means to the most fastidious in taste You will find a most elegant collection of Dolls consisting of llisqtic Wax and China loy Dolls Negro Dolls Rag Dolls Musical Dolls Kid Uody Indestrtictable and Rubber Dolls Dolf IlcntW Doll Hodies Hats Shoes Stockings and Doll Wardrobes Doll Carnages Cradles and Beds And then wc have Furniture Kitchen and Im lor Sete Stoves Tea Sets Tables Chairs Bureaus and Many other things ll A beautiful assortment of Books And Games for children Mother Gooo A Poop in the Circus Pictures of Animals Little Red Riding Hood A JJ C Books Picture Block Games Puzzles Old Mother Hubbard Natural History Photo and Auto Albums Writing Desks Ac In Fancy Goods wc have a most excellent assoitmcnt embracing everything that is new and novel and we can name only a few of them The stock must be Wc have some exqtisite things in Plush Work and Toilet Boxes Mirrors Picture Frames Smoking Sets Cigar Cases Ink Stands Jewelry Cases Fasels Plaques Christmas Cards Elegantly Bound Books and Bibles Complete Sets of Dickens History of Fiance Women etc 12 We have for the Boys Rocking Horses Truck Wagons Grocery Wagons Tool chests Natural skin Horses Hobby horses Goats Sheep Rabbits Performing Clowns Air ship Musical Tops Gymnasts Drummer Boys Halloons w n v is seen to be appreciated f v Donkeys and Caits Magic Lanterns Velocipedes Sulkies Iron axle Wagons Locomotive and Cars Steamboats Kaleidoscopes Harmonicas Horns Managcries Desks Hlackboards IJuilding Blocks Cannons Pistols Guns Drums Soldier Sets and Sleds All the Poets Thackciay and Buhvcr Lyttons Works Guizots Mrs Alcotts Works Little Men and v 1 of Lebanon to tho hyssop that growcth out of tho wall ami about birds anil beusts nnd fishes No doubt bo put off his roynl robes nnd put on hunters trapping nnd went out with bis arrows to bring down tho rarest specimens of birds and tlieu with his fishing apparatus ho went down to tho stream to bring up tho denizens of tho deep and plunged Into tho forest and found tho rarest specimens of doners and then ho catno back to his study and wrote books aliout zoology tho science of animals about ichthyology tho scleuco of fishes about ornithology tho science of birds about botany tho science of plants Yet notwithstanding all his w isdom and wealth behold his wretchedness mullet him pass on Did any other city over behold so wonderful a man O Jerusalem Jeru- Â¬ salem DAVIDS dUEATEST ORIGF CTDSTO- - 3D comes UiuVhist ingluT llils sltTiiiger arrived nt a suburban village nnd thnt I io is stoii- plug at tho houso of n mini w horn ho had BABBAGE MhiTCS P Rocs Works and many others too numerous to mention You have to sec our stock to appreciate it Call early and avoid the rush OLOVBRPORT Thy gardens and thy gallant v alkes Continually nro sreeue Tliero grow such sMeetoaiulplcajautfloncn As uonheio else are seeue Thcro trees forcvermoro bearo frulte And etcrinoro doo springe Thero cteunoro tho angels sit And ewrmcro doo singe Illerusalcml my happlokomol Would Ood I weio lu theol Would Uod my w oes wcro at an end Thv loics that I uilditbcol Oncnr Has Itrcnvcrrd Ills Somen Tho Oscar Wilde who mado himself famous In America n few years ngo is not tho Oscar Wiido of today Tho long hair hns been cut and Is now short and curly Thu knee breeches havo been put away carefully tho lackiidnlsicnl nlr is no longer worn nnd tho Oscnr Wlldo of London today is n straight C0INSCN JSTZ Hie rptfiS tm iiisiiviaKiKj Mr fit not litfiXK a abotr I ii lliili-MM-- resuscitated after four days sepulture Well tho people rush out Into tlio streets somo with tho idea of helping in tlio arrest of this stranger when ho arrives and others ex licctlng that on tho morrow ha will come into tho town and by somo supernatural forco oust tho municipal and roynl authori ties and tako everything lu his own hands Thoy iour out of tho city gates until tin procession roaches to tho village They com I all around aliout tho houso whero tlm stranger Is stopping and peer Into tho door mid windows that thoy may get one glimpsi of bint or hear tho hum ot his voice Tin jwllco daro not mako the nrrest becauso ha has somehow won tho nlTcctlous of nil tha Iicoplo Oh It is n lively night in yonder Bethany I Tho hcretoforo quiet village 14 fllled with uproar and outcry nnd loud discussion about thostraugo acting countryman I do not thiiik thero was any sleep In that liouso that night whero tho stranger wni stopping Although ho camo in weary ho finds no rest though for onco in his lifetime ho had a pillow Ilut tho morning dawns tho ollvo gardens wave In tho light and all nlong yonder roud reaching over tho top of Olivet toward thlscitythcroisn vastswaylng crowd of wondering ieoplo The excitement around tho door of tho cottage Is wild ns tlio stranger steps out besldo uu unbroken colt tliut had never been mounted and after his friends had strewn their garments on the licust for a saddle tlio Saviour mounts it and tho popu laco oxclted nnd shouting and feverish push on back toward this city ot Jerusalem Let nono Jeer now or scoff nt this rider or tho populaco will trample him under foot in an instant Thcro is ouo long shout of two miles aud as far as the eyo can reach you sno waviugs of demonstrations mid approval Thcro was something lu tho riders visage something lu his mtijestio brow something in his princely behavior that stirs up tho enthusiasm of tho icoplo Thoy run up ngulnst tho bcust mid try to pull tho rider oil into their arms uud carry on their shoulders tho illustrl ousstruuger Tho populuco mo so excited that they hardly kuow what to do with themselves and soma rush up to tlio roadsldo trees uud wrench off brunches ami throw them In his way and others doff their garments what though thoy bo now and costly and spread them for a carjict for tho conqueror to ridd Hosannul cry tho pcoplo at tho over foot of tho hill Uaiiiuil cry tho pcoplo all up and down tin ouiituln Tho proces- Â¬ sion has now to i tlio brow of yonder Olivet Magulfkviil prosiicct reaching out lu every direction vine ards ollvo groves Jut ting rock silvery fclloaui and above all rlslni on its thronoot hills this most highly houored city of all tho earth Jerusalem Christ thcro In tho midst of tlio procession looks oft and sees hero fortresscd gates and yonder tho circling wall and hero tho toners blazing hi tlio sun Ihasuelus ana Mariamno Yonder Is Hippicu9 tlio kings custlo Looking along lu tho raugo ot tho larger branch of that ollvo tree you seo tho mansions of tho mer Â¬ chant princes Through this cleft in tho llino stonorock jousco tho palaco ot tho richest trafficker In nil tho earth Ho has made bis mouoy by selling Ty rlau purplo Deltoid now tho templet Clouds of smoko lifting from tho shimmering roof whllo tho building rises up beautiful grand majestic tho architectural skill mid glory of tho earth lifting themselves thcro in ouo triuinphaut doxology tho frozen prayer of all nations Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ crimson dripping from its lip In tho dark hall seeing tlio linger marks of blood on tho plastering you cry What terrible deed has been dono here I Looking upon thlssus tiended victim of tlio cross wo thrill with tho sight ot blood blood dripping from thorn and nail blood rushing upon his check blood saturating ills garments blood gathered In n ool beuentli It Is culled an lienor to Imvo In ouos veins tho blood of tho houso ot Stuart or ot tho houso ot Haps biirg Is it nothing w hen I point you to tho Outxuriug blood of tho king ot tho universe In Kngland thotmnioof Henry was so great that Its honors wero divided among difTcrent reigns It was Henry tho First and Henry tlio Second nnd Henry tlio Third and Henry tlio Fourth nnd Henry tlio Fifth In Franco tlio liamo of Louis was so favorably regarded that it was Louis tho First Louis tho Second Louis tho Third and so on Hut tho king who walked theso streets was Christ tlio First Christ tho Last and Christ tho Only Ho reigned beforo tho czar mounted tho throuo of IUissmor tho throuo of Austria was lifted King Eternal Immortal Through tlio indulgences of tlio royal family the physical llfo degenerates and somo of tlio kings Imvo liecu almost imbecile mid their bodies weak and their blood thin and watery but tho crimson llfo that flowed upon Calvary had In it tho health of tho immortal uoil Â¬ 1 Â¬ as Tniidti Iff fills case f or tlio iTfob wero against him From I lu tlio morning till a lu tho afternoon Jesus hung n dylug in tlio outskirts of this city It wnsabcenoof blood Wo mo so constituted that nothing Is so exciting ns blood It is not tho childs cry In tho street that so arouses you as tho tempt MllfSvfftP - irauv nHiiiv wsttx hiNLV uiiii till ttm in ilSteL nl lu liitriMlur twill riuU 111 rnJl lt X III Our rlluiRr hi 111 K at fiiur Onl EYF AYE t Mllnllo how ntir r llnw wliall fenr nclahSor anl flu anmiij you Tli ta Itmifnp uf llii ah rflfmritl MORE ah w Ilia mall mil ff Ilia lla Tba fcltowlug cut ttlt lliaariariiiiirll rrjucad In 1 rii nakr br luultattiiti Ulna Mrlt liMlilr Mliouril f UfV--- duullililrl the flftilti furl of It bulk tl f ft rrrr W will U hot jruuluwrr u nttrNalit ilwfi nuk frwi Ml Hi I Oh 117 liii iYurtf tii ru ikf II It r ril 01 mtv cmirc outrtli hi rtrtv JUUftaalSI MUXL AUrttfU 1IALLII About M tty iyiri strong broad shouldered athletto fellow with no uoiwHiso nbout him nnd nu evident determination on his faco to limlco famo and money Tho Wlldo craze so far as England is concerned Is over I saw Oscar on Fleet street today and would not Imvo known him had not nu English friend pointed him out to ino Ho looked us English in his dress ns lu his manner nnd conducted himself ns thousands ot other broad shouldered young fellows whom you will find nt Oxford or Cam bridge or iu tlio big commercial houses of London nnd LU crpool London Letter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttmm Wtifflmi -- rjmsy rnh NSir xj utlolilNollil FREE Jial i I llirM aauiiiia a wall cirtailimit atlMi walcli arc fta c1 All Iba work reu ta lima w I14I wa acnil yvu to tlica wbo rail uur naril frlnl aiil utlRUlHiraatflllaiaaafioul jrou r lhtalwarrvulla w ban one larlaj In tluiula traila rr u wlilcli ItoU ftr i frtlcltt ale Atltt anulhua waarrtiaai Warity all you know all if you wouU lika to polo work for ua you ran AdJr aam Iroul to 8MMI par wrtk auu uiiwrj mill il I fiwzm2ri tt Cu mmtMMW WMlcliln Ilia hhW Irrlrtl IliutkrriM r Warraiilnl Seat jr lauiii utiLii nuiiiiiiir lUulli tauiraainl gam a Hill work anil eaaaa of rwjual valua Otic raili luralllr can artura on foprOiar will our larra fl WurtllKHlOOOO raa lakgili vauaMalluaolllmBttaiit arv MtliiouU Ilua rll l iirlluuil IJuliic A Good Xtu IUllbONALITY OV CII1U3T Tho crowd looked around to seo exhilara- Â¬ tion nud transport lu tho face of Christ Oh uol Out from amid tho gates and tho domes and tho palaces thcro uroso a vision of this citys sin and of tills citys doom which ob- Â¬ literated tho lundscapo from horizon to horizon nud ho burst Into tears cry- Â¬ O Jerusalem Jorusaleml Hut thnt ing was tho only day of pomp that Jesus Yet ho saw In and around this city Tell it now to nil tho earth mid to nil tho heavens Jesus our king is sick with ids last sickness Let couriers carry tho swift ills jiatch Ills palusuro wcrso bo is breathing u last groan through Ids body quivers tho last anguish tho king is dying the king is dcadl It Is royal blood It is said that somo religionists inuko too much of tho humanity of Christ I respond that wo nuiko too little If somo Uomau surgeon standing under tho crosa hud caught ono drop of tho blood on his hand nnd ana lyzed it it would have been found to liavo tho samo plastdn tho sumo disk tho same fibrin tho samo albumen It was unmistak Â¬ ably human Mood It is a man that hangs thero His bones aro ot tho samo material us ours His nerves aro senslt lvo llko ours If it wcro un angel being despoiled I would not feel it so much for It belongs to n different order of beings Ilut my Saviour Is a man and my whole sympathy is aroused I can imagine how tho spikes felt how hot tlio what deathly sickness temples burned seized bis heart how mountain and city and mob swam nway from his dying vision something ot tho meaning ot that cry for help that makes tho blood of all tho ages curdlo with horror ily Uodl my Oodl why bast thou forsaken mo Forover with all theso scenes of n Saviours suffering will this city bo associated Hero his unjust trial and hero ills death O Jerusalem Jerusalem I Hut finally I am thrilled with tho fact that this city is a symbol of heaven which is only Tho Now Jerusalem another Jerusalem And this thought has kindled tha Imagination of all tho sacred poets I am glad that Hora- Â¬ tio Uoniir tlio Scotch liymnlst rummaged among old uianuscripbiof tlio Urltism museum until lie found that hymn iu ancient spelling parts of which wo havo lu mutilated form in our modem hymn books but tho quaint power of which wo do not get lu our modern versions i Â¬ Â¬ TUB DUATII AN11II ESUltltlXTION chuck ulbbllig iu tho clover quite a distance from his hole and put lu his lest licks to reach tho hole ahead of thu woodchuck Qlf ford got thcro first and stuck his heel lu tho liolo with his foot toward tha scampering ntiimal Thcro wasnt room for tho woodchuck and tho heel too nnd so tho woodchuck stuck Ins teeth through Ulllords boot and Into his big too That mado Qiirord removo his heel from tho holo with n good deal of celerity and the woodchuck then slipped out ot sight In u twinkling UHtold went limping away Exchange Â¬ Â¬ A Itmo with n Woodchuck Giles GifTord of Nowton Pn ran a race with n woodchuck on Farmer Ellas II Tomp Â¬ kins place tho other day Ho saw tho wood- Â¬ Tit brigktul ef Ihi rMJrrnt bprmtficld KcpuUiuu manimi A Jlerrj Year O StodÂ¬ THAT BOY GID dard ytlS GREAT SERIALS Uy Young and old w ill follow Gideons adventures and his sisters on their father acres with laughter and breathless interest William THE NEW SENIOR AT ANDO VER Hy Herbert D Ward A serial of school life infamous Andovcr our Kugby Tho boys the professors the lodgings the fun THE SONS OF THE VIKINGS By Hjalmar Hjorth Qoyescn A right down jolly story of modern Norse boys from a photograph of tho huge cloud thnt shot up lu tho nlr rough lu shape like on Inverted Florence flask when the explosion occurred It has been estimated as being 1700 or 1810 feet across nud according to tho journal quoted tho cloud remained mo tionless for nbout n quarter of nu hour pro serving tho form recorded by thu photograph Â¬ A riintneriiplilu Icut Ouo ot tlio most remarkable feats of phoÂ¬ tography on record Is the photographing tlio tcrrlblo explosion nt Antwerp or If not tho explosion tho Immense cloud of smoko pro Â¬ duced nt the moment Tlio current number of La Nntura gives an Illustration copied BONY AND BAN one of the best of tho Mary Hartwell Cathcrwood serials Uy Charles Rem- Â¬ SEALED ORDERS ington Talbot An amusing adventure story of wet sheets and a flowing sea CONFESSIONS OF AN AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER Hy Alexander Black Six practical and amusing articles LUCY PERVEAR First of a series of by Margaret Sidney TALES OF OLD ACADIE Twclvo powerful true stories by Grao Dean McLeod a Canadian author THE WILL AND THE WAY STO- Â¬ RIES Hy Tesslo Benton Fremont About men and women who did great thing In the faco of seeming Impossibilities graphic North Carolina character sketches Illerusalom my happy home I When shall I como tu tlieel When shall my sorro es lm o an cu J Thy io s m lieu shall I seo I Koo dampish mist Is seono In thee Noo coldo nor darksome night ruin Oruu to Guy An anecdote of a startling character Is related by Mrs Collis in her book A Won nns War Uecord Just published It is In tended to illustrate tho recklessness which took iKrsscssion of men when every day brought them faco to fuco with death It was ut n bull given during tho winter ut Well do 1 remember headquarters writes expressing my sympathy to a Mrs Collis distinguished cavulry general for tho loss of his only son to which tho gulluut sabreur re sponded Yes iiiudame very sail vcrysadl Ha was tba lust of his race Do you waltz I And uwny ho went to tlio exhilarating mustu ot a dashing galop leaving all melancholy far behind him 1 Â¬ Â¬ THEPUK WUDJIES man Tlio funny Indian Fairy Folk UyLTBrldg A dozen really helpful papers by Sallio Joy White Twelve raoio DAISY PATTY LET Â¬ TERS Hy Mrs Ex Governor Clallln TWELVE SCHOOL AND PLAY- Â¬ GROUND TALES Tho first will bo LAMBKIN I Was He a Hero or a by Howard Pyle tho artist Prig SHORT STORIES tilted from thousands i Sniitft Clnua on ft Vogotablo Oart Cluilalla M Vail Rljano Willuni Ptcaton Ollt How Tom Jumped n Mlno Mm If y bticknty Tho Itun of Bnow ahoq Thomn Krcmont lolly jit tho Uook uon Llcul kitohou Deli V Lyman TrnillnirArbutua UcitUjlilliiitttwortli Junes Ooldon tlursinrot Clark li Juruy PocriryB Bullet Kw Upaon Simoon and Hancho lanza Holpod How Scwird TUo tho Itovclutlon Mlii Kltlcv U It Wiltoni DitUaultlou ot n Darllncr JUmct Inscott Spoiford Ono Uood Turn ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES novlllst Dolls of Noted Women MUiKilrSwrd How to DuUd a Military Snow Fort An 4d Wcti Pointer How tho Cossacks Play Polo MtUinc d Miluncr All Around a Frontier Fort Lieut VV V 1remont llORIB LummU A Habblt of Kamona ClutUt Jtound Up Joaquin Miller Japanese Fltrht N Indian intr KltOH I II llerntdon U DttSO Ilall PlllVOrs F I SloaneoTh lltmrv ton lndiia Nine A Party lu a Chinese Pal- 1 BUSINESS OPENINGS FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN tirTotilrd Votes and Cash Print UU artin ekr 4feSLXJC B9ViailijUjiirllHl iiw walled tho streets ot this city tho love- Â¬ liest ami most majostlo being tho world over saw or over will see Iubllus Lentllus In a letter to tho Romnu senate describes him as a man ot stuturo somewhat tall his hair tho color of a chestnut fully ripe plain to tho ears wheuco downward It Is moro orient curling and waving about tho shoul ders lu tho mliUtot his forehead Is a stream or partition of his hair forehead plain and very delicate his fuco without spot or wrinkle a lovely red his uoso aud mouth to formed as nothing oan bo represented his beard thick lit color Ilka his hair not very Ho long his nyos gray quiek aud clear must die Tho Frvuoli army In Italy found a brass plate on which wa a copy of his death warrant slgnml by John Zerubbabel IUplmol Ilobanl Daniel Uobanl aud Capet Boinetluiesimmon thowuy to tho tcairold haye been rescued by lrp mob No ueh ut- Â¬ Â¬ Tlieio everlo soulo shines a tho suuiie Thcro aod hlmsolfo gives HliU Tho walls aro mado of preUous stones Thy bulnarkes Uiamoudou square Thy gates arc of right orient pturle ccodlugo rivho uid ruro Thy turrvttcs and thy pinnacles With curbuucle doo shine Thy crrio streets aro puvoJ with goukl tiurpasgisgo vlearo and fluo Thy houses are of yrorlo Thy windows crystal cleare Thy lylerj aro made bcateu gould U Uod that I wera there Our streeta Is tnlxt with bitter gaula Our pleasura Is but ialue Our loves scarce last Uia lookelng on Our sorrowes stllle reuialuo ttuoh pleasure and sueh play As tliat to thtmi thouautnd eanM Doth emo as yesterday A Mllltury Academy A peculiar Institution called uu International mllltury academy has leceutly been estab Â¬ lished at Herlln Ostensibly it Is for thu bene Â¬ fit ot officers of foreign armies who may do siro to seek military instruction from a GerÂ¬ man standpoint Tho academy was begun 4 by private parties but tho government has taken It under its patronage A full report of tho workings uf tho institution has been mado to tlio French military authorities but It Is not leuined that any French officers bavu as yet upplled to the academy for instruction nor Is anything said ns to thu na tionality of tho students in tho Institution Ban Fnsnclsco Chroulrle Â¬ Â¬ Ilut thero hey live la sueh delight No other remedy Ii 10 reliable In cntes of ludden coIJi or cough or fur any and nil derangements of thu throat anil lunm nsAyers Cherry Ieclornl This wonder Â¬ ful inedlcluo n Tunis great relief lu con Â¬ sumption even In llio advanced Binges of thrU illsrusp The Fotmi Phtures ami DcHrtaaesU mote Inliicitiuf tliat erer OT Tt CArUtmat ffamitr AiUrrtJ t4 toraii a treat wrUI of adventure by Grant too K It ScMmore iU U to Tolo of tho VUt AmtUU South PaolttoT ei40 sytar JWw IVA 4ln uni itfimt V FOR TUB YOUNOKK YOUNO POLKS lUsvLANii w ctntt a yeai IV live numry Ouh Lirrui Msh inu Wouaut Hi a u Tn lANy i a year atytYiWaj a uf Ht mli f V IQTHKOI COMPANY JJorrow tuly limrit - V ntniA 3ST- - n wdWMWPPi Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JMXKMHKIt 11 188J JNOD BADDAQE liNI I A T Local Time Cnril 1018 am 1105 am 561 pm 1162 ntn V20 Mall and Express going Kail ii it Weil East Kxpres Ii Weil Kst Mixed ii ii West U7 pm am Holiday One nnd All to visit our n F- - i VxxixoiJLnoeixieiat Department Notions Novoltlos Toys Etc DHUYS n few A J JS SJWfJVG JEWELRY DEPARTMENT Our Grocery Department For tin next fivo weeks wo Musical Get the news and Do you want n Sowing Machine Our stock will bo complete in a n largo lino of latest From Danas expect to offer at prices ns low ns Consists of nothing but the news at a saving of 10 to 15 onagonls Is full and complete in staple rind fov days in nil its branches and quali Â¬ in Journalism Celebrated Maxima tlio lowest mi immenso lino of styles nnd Wc bnvo music for all old ty guaranteed Wo keep a full lino of Gents prices if so call on F N Dlltiy fancy groceries tens Choice Hues of codecs to tlie people of this eilynntl goods a 5 DEMOCRATIC TICKET We can furnish nil makes as furnishing goods silk handker Â¬ A full line of Gold Gold Filled young rich and poor from sugars can goods flour meat lard vicinity nnd wo hereby extend to Silver and Nickel Watches in cent Jcws hnrp to n fine Piano or chiefs etc follows For County Judge Tho Adklsson to unit oiuiisiNiivrN and get nil the news JMGJIJjYJCS For County Atlornoy Clerk Jndge Milton Hoard K Monarch cordial invitation For County For Sheriff For County For Taller For County J Ladies and Gento from 2G0 up sizes prices Organ Wo will open in days n bran new lot of J 3 DcJcrnelte Supt of Schools Jas W Miller Lon Cashinan StKCTAOJiKH IN AM G NADUS John Slnton Mmmotli Stores Aieiior For County Surveyor F M 0 Jolly For Coroner W II Pendleton whether they wish to purchase or Cash will tell and you will not message find that our plan is small profits the This document which wns given to the and good Goods in fact wo wish to country last week contain hut little thnt please ono and all Head our as Â¬ is of much importance to the general road sortment in the next five columns er Tho mrssoRo ta lonulhy contalnliit thousnnd words but Mr Har Â¬ nnd judge for yourself after seeing ubout flltcen rison in all of his sugBentions upon the wo cannot please you stnto of tho country hns evolve il nothici the goods if presidents new or important on tho variouB subjects His policy if he has one touched upon is that of n rolithinn ruther than n On a straight forward Chief executive few subjects liii Ian gunge is nrutvgu ins nnd his menning not clenily utidcr lood lhe surplus for inatnnce which is con- Â¬ stantly increasing in the United Slates Treasury vaults Mr Harrison sujs should be reduced but ho dosent propose to re duco it through n revision of ho tariff He thinks our tariff is too high hut it is not to bo reformed in tho interest ol tho poor man ns against the manufacturers ol tho This is clearly in keeping with country his partios views on thnt subject nnd no ono could expect tbt-- President to rchBon otherwise On the subject of pensions Mr Har- Â¬ rison thinks that every man who wore bo blue should have n pension whether he was disabled while in the service or not The fact that he shouldered a musket is a sufficient guarantee of his claim upon the treasury There are many other questions treated of in the messago but none of them arc of nny particular intern t to tho aver ago render F N DHUY Dlluys White Crystal Lenses in gold silver nicklo and steel Spectacles for weak eyes near sighted etc Silverware in endless variety for Knives the table and parlor forks spoons case goods and novel- Â¬ ties Gold pens and pencita in all sizes for ladies nnd gentlemen Clocks of nil makes and sizes from 100 up all wurrmited to run Hepairs of all kinds promptly Hemeinbcr the attended too N DHUYS F place at Novelties Hick and Hare con Â¬ sisting of n full lino ot plush goods Guitars Violins such as Drawing Cases Mnnictiro Sets Shaving Sets Collar and Cuff Aeeordcons Hows Boxes Fine Albums etc Uarpa Mirlilens Toys in endless varieties tho boys and girls carts wag Â¬ for Cnliopes Drums gons velocipedes wheelbarrows Etc Etc tin toys pistols caps fire crackers Cnll nnd sec us if you nn lovers romnn candles sky rockets In Dolls wo expect to surpriso of music and if we have not what you want we can order same for the natives dolls in all grades kid boddics hair stuffed open mouth you nt reasonable prices and eye etc Come to our opening which will bo announced shortly DHUYS 3500 3500 3500 3500 2000 And last but not least is tho won Â¬ derful Love machine must bo scon to be appreciated makes button holes sews with one or two needles nt once ninkes straight or zig zag stitches in fact will do more work than any machine mado wo defy Also a full lino of comparision needles oil springs shuttles belts etc If you want a machine be sure and see New Homo White Household Wilson No 0 Wheeler Singer N F Htgh Arm Ih tho place for Music DHUYS Toy Department molasses syrups kraut beans pick les potatoes cabbage etc The best coal oil in the city Fancy groceries of all kinds Call in and see us prices will be made to suit you Free delivery to nny pirt of the city In candies nuts and cakes wc arc leaders wc keep them in all shapes nnd qualities be sure and scc us before laying in your Christmas supplies of candies nuts figs cakes oranges bananas raisins etc Country produce taken in ex change at market prices Your trade solicited F N DHUY Â¬ i i Â¬ BEWLEYVILLE -- CASH of STORE Also a AST ALL PRECEDENT I OVEB TWO MIMI0NS DISTRIBUTED I kTim H kkB Just received at the Cash Store a nice lot Louisiana Stato Lottery Company Incorporated by tho Lcgiilaturo in 18flS tot Educational and Chrirltnblo purposes nnd it franchite wa mado n part of tho present Stato Constitution in 1879 by an overwhelming popular vote GENTS FINE SUITS AND FINE OVERCOATS CHRISTMAS GOODS every line carried Besides filling up the stock generally which is now complete in nearly by it and all at the very lowest cashTfates Headquarters for Produce of all kinds Special attention given to all kinds of Fur Skins Bought at closing out rates that I am selling at less than the wholesale prices large stock of ITS lltMAIt rXTUAeiltlMNAKY IIUAtVIMiM liiko ilacn Soml-Aii-- II II u IIM iianj JiiiinaiKl Mini ii i u ihiaw- siiLU Iloroiiilinraiut HVCi lake place on eacli or tlio otlirr ton nionlliM In tlio year ami are all public at drawn InNew OrlcruiN tlio Academy ol iUiiklc In 1 It has been said time and again that the mnn who kills another in Kentucky is not so npt to be punished as the ono who steals a horse or a barlow knife Hut such is not n fair statement of the result of crimes in this Stnte Murder is one thing and lar- Â¬ Tho penalty for one is ceny another much greater than that of tho other and one is much moro dreaded than tho other Men are bring convicted in tho courts most every day in Kentucky for crime and it is n sad reflection upon our judiciary for the press and people to say that no distinction Oc- Â¬ is made in the degree of punishment casionally incompetent men are put in office but that occurs in every State Few men that ore guilty of n high crime in this Stnte hut stand in awe of the consequences Our officers as a rule perform their duty and offenders of the luw are punished by the courts It is not commendable in us to bo always raising a hue and cry about tho officers of the luw and their failure to do their duty when we know that such is not often the caso was n missque Irvington uiado on Visions of glass works fire works factories paved streets big houses nnd such things doubt Â¬ less passed through the minds of the citi- Â¬ zens up thcro for n lime hut sweet Irving ton must bide a wee Clovcrport is on to this racket to stay and the gentlemen will plenie not fjrgct it BEWLEYVILLE CASH STORE Ex 1ension hosa Tanner ling dropped clear out of sight nnd ns for the Grnnd Army of the Republic it doesnt seem to be quite so noisy aa it hns been Mn toward all parties and ice authorize the Company to use this certficale with fac- Â¬ similes of our signatures attached in its advertisements For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt payment of its prizes Attested ns follow i Wc do hereby certify that tee supervise the arrangements for all the Momthly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company and in person manage and control the Drawings them Â¬ selves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and in good faith FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS rim rollouitifr lNitItciorl of Major Iltitlcr lcy llnclnccr lo Hie City Council Ta the Mayor That McCrnckens machine shops Hkniiy M Stanley who hns been absent three years in the Congo nnd other unex- Â¬ plored regions of tho great unknown has iTritten an open letter to the New York Herald in which ho says he Is glad to re- Â¬ His tnsk turn to civilization once more ho pays has been a hard ono but ho is now measurably happy nnd looking back over what he has accomplished see no reason for disconlont Tin City of Louisville in her municipnl election last week gave Mayor Jacob and his gang a pretty black eye Iouievillo is a Democratic city and when shes a mind too comes down upon tho ring leaders nnd mug wumps with a pretty bard thud IrmuiK 11 Thobe of Covington Ky has been appointed Third Sergeant nt Arms of tho Houso of Representatives at Washington Twur yenrs ago Thobe some notoriety by running nchieved against Mr Corlisle lor Cougresi Tin ono universal opinion of the Demo- Â¬ cratic press throughout the country in re gard to President Harrisons message is that it is a weuk and uiiimportnnl docu Â¬ Republican papers ill not give it ment Â¬ any special praiso Tin citizens uf Cloverport hnvu every roison to believe that the niuclilno shops to be put here by Mnjor McCrncken will be valuublu to them from a business point of view Tjik President has appointed David J lirower of Kansas to the vaanry in the Supremo Court bench occasioned by the dcalh of Justice Stanley Matthews Ilrewrr Prodding Klder tf church the Ijiutvilfe District of llio M It cv S It 1 died in Louisville last week It is the message of a Democratic Pre dent that is read by a majority of the peo Â¬ ple in this country Tin estate of the late Col of Lexington Ky A M Swope is estimated nt i 6000 Jefferson Davis died nt New Or- Â¬ Cloverport leans last Friday morning nftcr an illness In accordance with your Okxtikmiin of several weeks duration With his death instructions I have tho honor to Biibmit passes away the last figure in that great following report ns to the lino of Sec Â¬ Tho peoplo the conllict of twenty j ears ago I find after n ond or Railroad Street ol tho South revered and loved Mr Davis long nnd tedious search that the corner of ns they did few other men of his time Skillmans Tobacco Factory is tho begin Â¬ The Stato House at Frankfort snys a ning point of tho survey of Lower Clover correspondent hns been cleaned out nnd pert nnd I huve bo used it in this re Burvey brushed up preparatory to the meeting of On tho accompanying map I hnro shown the true position of the lines according to the Legislature on the Mth nf this month Very good nnd wo hope the Salons who tho ollicinl records nnd tho originnl map nre to occupy it will clean up also nnd by red linen nnd the rent position now oc- Â¬ A very casual give us some legislation commensuruto cupied by black lines glance at the map will show that all tho willi the needs of the State of Kentucky map will show thnt all the errors in tho CuXijiiess is in session nt Washington street lines running North and South nre with a good majority of Republicans in to the Hast and nbout the same nmount Legislation or no legis- Â¬ which gives n very strong presumption in the lower house lation this winter the responsibility rests favor of nn error iu tho original field work Hut that old parly that is a survey or would bo justified iu as Â¬ with tho Republicans suming such an nngle ns would make the is so adicted to doing things its own way regardless of the opinions of anybody in theoretical and the uctual Hues agree in- Â¬ particular further comment as to what it stead of using a right angle ns the nngle made by the intersection of the streets as ought lo do seems unnecessary is called for by tho original plat und the This change how- Â¬ A man who has practiced medicino for ollicinl copies thereof 10 years ought to know salt from sugar ever would scarcely affect tho line of Sec Â¬ ond Steeet tho one chiefly under consid- Â¬ read what he says From tho evidence of somo of eration Tolkiio 0 Jan 10 1887 the oldest citizens I took the North lino of Messrs F JCheney Si Co Gentlemen I have been in the general practice of tho old Fisher property to bo the line of medicine fnr Tiont JO yi ars nnd wouU soy Wall and first streets which was strongly that in all my practice and experience corroborated by the general agreement of nil huve uovcr seen n preparation that 1 could tho property holders on said streets nbovo prescribe with as much confidence of suc Cenre Street I assumed the center lino of cors us I can Hulls Catarrh Cure manu Â¬ Second street to be parallel to nnd three Have prescribed it a hundred nnd ninety 1190 feet from tho factured by you great many times nnd its effect is wonder Â¬ North line of Wall nnd First streets in ful nnd would say in conclusion that I agreement with the plats nud the record hnvo yet lo find n caso of Catarrh thnt it That part of the ciiy below Centre St is would not euro if they would tako it no nt nn nngle with the upper half nccording to the pint this nngle begins at tho inter- Â¬ cordiig to directions section ol the Eust side of Centre street Yours Tiuly parallel to the river making nnungleoffour Ii L GORSUCII M I degrees but I find upon trinl that four Office 215 Summit St We will givo 100 for nny case of Ca Â¬ degrees nnd twenty one minutes gives a tarrh that can not bo cured with Halls lino that ngrees with more of tho present Catarrh Cure Taken internally properly lines than four or any other Taking these F J Chunky A Co Props Toledo O number of degrees would centro lines as correct I find the following CnTSold bv Druggists 75c purlieu to be in tho street tho nmounts set DaptLt Church IlxprokHlaiix or It curt I Over the opposilo lo their names Dentil of Joflorkon llurU 8 8 ft Forber 2 ft Cooper C 8 and 7 0 ft At a meeting of K Confederated of lUbbage at corner 2 G ft J D Uabbage Itreckenridgo County tho following reso Â¬ 11 ft Oelzu 111 and three tenths at lower lutions were unanimously adopted sido Collins two tenths of n foot Insldo tho Remitted hut wo Fx Confederates of line Dlluy right Newsoin soven tentbs llrcckenridgo county sinceruly regret tho nud 12 ft Vtst 2 II ft Mr J Rogers C 8 ft Witt It und 10 1 ft Mrs Mclherson 8 C the death ol the distinguished American nnd Kx Confedernte lender the Hon Jef- Â¬ und 61 ft and tho parties from Oelzss ferson Davis nnd that we kindly extend to warehouse to Halls corner aro only In the Mrs Davis and her precious daughter strotst from two to eight tenths of a foot the vncnut lot on the opposite side of tho Miss Winnie our heartfelt sympathy Resolved That in our sincere judgement street is 2 G feet in tho street ut ita Halt Mr Davis wns a truo rntriot possessing line and but one tenth on tho West J Mur- Â¬ the highest order of slattumanshlp supe- Â¬ phy is two tenlha and five tenths tho old rior couruge and capacity as a leader of Catholic Church oight tonlhs in the street men power nnd lucidness as n writer elo Â¬ but Lillard Is jix tentlu too far back on quence ns n speaker erudition aa n scholar the opposite aide Smart is ono tenth nnd unJ the highest integrity Tbcso added to 2 2 ft back of tho line Warfield 1 3 ft Woods 1 U ft and the Catholic lot two his virtue us n mun mndohlra consplc ioui among thu wisest and beat men of this feet buck of lhe lino that is thoio back of tho line could movo their fenes out the or any other age Resulted that copy of these resolutions distance named and just be ou the street bo sent to Mrs Davis also to tho Drcckou lino Chestnut street where It is crossed ridgti News for publication by Second is only 4 ftct wide ou tho A J Quota Chairman feet on tie North side South aide nnd W Ii Mixor Secretary On the upjer side of the creek there is Â¬ -1 1 1 and Council of the City of but little dillkully in establishing tho line ns there is an undisputed iron pin nt Seifreds corner which is ac- Â¬ knowledged by geucral consent to be the starting point of the survey for Upper Clovcrport nlso nt tho four corners of tho intersection of Huston nnd Second streets aro four mono posts which wcro placed there by the assistance of J A Murray some thirty years ago nnd they were tho Judge informs me placed by reference to the original marks and as the measure- Â¬ ments bated upon them substantially agree they may be considered correct furthermore Gregorys brick houso is said to be exactly on the line of Huston street which is corroborated by measuring from Seifreds corner there being a difference From this basis I ran of but three inches a line through the centre of Huston street following and find the discrepencies in the property lines Noel six tenths of a foot back of tho line on his Hast Younger 11 feet in the strcei boundary May 5 feet Gregory 5 feet Ryan one tenth nt his West boundary nnd 1 1 nt the corner on tho South side of tho squnre Must of First street the lino is practically correct on the North sido Dr Browns comer is six tenths back of the line and Miss Newtons two tenths on tho oiher the West end of f qua re Hurtles is right the factory is also right but tho K ist end is 1 II in the street the Parsonage at the corner 2 6 ft and Judse Murrays corner one foot in the street While this report does not claim to bj ubsoluely correct it Is confidently believ- Â¬ ed that a better line can not bo run with tho presont sources of information Respectfully submitted of Huston St BRANDENBURG Mr Jim Smith week week Mr Tom Mcintosh hai gono to Owcns boro Mrs Casperko went ti Louisvillo Sun- Â¬ day night Mr T II Ditto has gone to Henderson to visit bis daughter Ncllio Green wns in Louisville several days last week Mr Dick Ncvitts mother died very sud- Â¬ denly at Woodland Sunday n week Mr Morcmen is pulling another well down about 300 yards below tho old cue Messrs A J S and Hon A W Jloro men were iu Louisvillo tho latter purt of week Why do tho Drandenburg people go to the railroad 7 ltecamo tho railroad wont come to them Misses Lena Dniry and MaggiolouT of Iiewleyvillewcre iu towu visiting rela tives Saturday Miss Â¬ was in Louisvillo last Mr M II Fontnino was in tho city Inst Dec fi C W FoHiKit City 1889 Engineer lllioiiiHiilUni unit utnrrli llheumatlam and catarrh aro bath Mood till eaioi In many tovero case they linvo jlolJ Uutnnla Wood od to trcatmoiit with II II Ii llalin undo by Wood Ilulm Co Atlanta la Wrlta for Look of convincing proof tiont freo U P Dodge Atlanta Oa myi My wife had catarrh und nothing did her any good Her cunitltutlon Anally failed and potion got Into her blood I placed her on a uao of II 11 1 and to wy turprlio her recovery wa rapid and complete W 1 MoUanlcl Atlanta aa writes i I wa much emaciated and had rlicuinatUm to bad I could not get along without crutclioi I alto hud neuralgia In the head llrit oluii good II Then I tried pbyiiolan did me no II II and IU cITecti were uiucicul I cheer fully recommend It ai a good lonlo and quick cure Mn write i dlitreuing swtolen cured mo Matilda Nlcboli Kncxvillc Tenn I had catarrh ilx years und a moit cough nnd my eye II II 1 wcro much Five uottloi of thank God I The jury in tho Showers caso brought In THE LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS Ala LINE a verdict last Saturday ut Fllznbethtown h li ST L n H of not guilty The jury was only out a few minutes nnd look ono ballot and then announced their verdict ns abovo Show Â¬ SHORTEST QUICKEST ers was congratulated by his Iriondrt nnd Wooing the lodUct of Form no ill AND DUST LINE TO tho jury Thero was very llttlo surpriso at llOklOII tho verdict It wns a foregone conclusion Tho latest favored gentleman nt tho from tho first that ho would never bo con- Â¬ AND Ahh POINTS court of good fortune Is Mr John II Ila Cob The evidonce was not strong victed voy who does business at 101 West Ilroad Mr Dabney Rawlings Is Iho moit de Â¬ against him nnd was purely circumstan- Â¬ wuy lie Is n popular citizen of tho Scuth Ills tial It is tho opinion of a great many MaBS he has lived lighted young man in town now district where lbslon Timafr1 in Pffid Ris 1ft Mr Will Coiby Kansas City bought people yet that ho murdered his wife not- Â¬ ns man and boy for 38 years of his life uucle n l lUUUi the scci him n breech loading shot gun with nil the withstanding tho jury failed to convict IT Louisville 815 am9i00 pm4il0 pm Ho was a holder of a twentieth of ArrSt Louis Till 7i25 him ond capital prize drwn at the Inst draw Â¬ appondages Kynstille 2i26 00 pm Littery and ing of The Louisiana Stato For geuuino clearing out pricea look For further Information oall on or address he received ffiOOO in crisp billH last weok ynu will find Shelmnn is tho around nnd JOS S OOKUtME Many Persons The full amount that was drawn by tho lowest on everything j Mans Full Stock flMil Pass Agt Lomivllle Ky Aro broken down from overwork or IioumiioM cro itrownH Iroit JUttern 00000 lloaton Hoots number ho held was R L IKYANT 75 Shirts IIIIJ cents Ujs Caps removeaox rebuild tho syrteni aid iilgellon Tray Pawr Agt LouUvllto Ky Mnss Herald Oct 2 10 cents iiutuo com of l tlw uml cure malaria Ut tho 1 write John M Davis Tyler Tex wai mbjeot a number of year to ipell uf in Hiiuiiuatory rhcuuiatiim which fix bottle of I Ii II II thunk heaven ha entirely cured have not felt the tllghteit pain ilncc For wedding and X mas presentB buy of Shelmnn ho guarantees his prices or money refunded Geo Yeakel it Co nro tho pioneers of low prices Oh how lovely nnd how chenp is what the Indies say of their stock Mrs Win Rjwling went to West Point last week lo seo her daughterduduw Mrs R lliwling who has been very sick Sorry I cannot givo report of Mr D W Lewis and brides reception that took place esterday Will havo them for next week Mrs II C Rawlings rotumed from Kansas City lust Saturday Shu reports her two sous ns well nnd getting along nicely Tho hotel wagons havo stopped running to Weldon to meet tho trains but thcro was a new mnn started a wagon Monday morning George Frymicr wns iu Louisvillo lust week Got a silk hnt Wonder if that spells anything Oeorga has been sus picioucd hero of late Mr W C Parsons chief engineer of the Kontucky Rock Gas Co nnd Presi Â¬ dent McDonald woro at Long Ilrnnch last week looking ovor tho gas field Ii II Shollmnn killed two dozen quails in one day last week So far he has the bent record by two birds of any hunter Your correspondent next here Tho immense bargains of Geo Yeakel k Co keep thorn busy nud rushed all the time Very few houses aro enjoying tho trado that ibis firm is having Bargains in dry goods bargains In boots and shoes bargains in cloaks bargains in hats bargatns in blankets nnd shawls bargains in everything at Geo Yeakel If is reported hem thnt Mr W V Mc Cracken said he wished the d n station Satisfied at Weldoii would burn down that Mr McCracken appreciates tho pat- Â¬ ronage from Rrandenburg too much to mnko Buch n remark It has been said that the McCrackens will furnish rock at Wcldon for pikeing the road into town if tho people will put it on They did Owensboro thnt wny nnd they aro making a fine road into town This is certainly fair enough for the town if they want n pike Mr I W Lewis nnd bride aro quarter nt Alexanders Mr Lewis is ou bis way homo from lluldwin Kansas where he captured ono of tho Sunflower States prettiest young ladies Miss Clara M Hawcs His homo is at Brandenburg and his fajher is a prominent banker in thnt cily Courier Journal Miss Kva Corrigan nnd maid of Guston have been in for several days at the resi Â¬ dence ol Mr and Mrs J W Lewis as sistiug in tho preparation for the recep- Â¬ tion of Mr D W Lewis and brido Tuos- day which wus tendered him by his par- Â¬ ents It is rumored that another of tho Lewis fnmily is to marry shortly Ii II Shelmnn has mado ono of the neatest nud largest selections of jewelry ever brought to this portion of tho country Diamonds plain rings gold watches and Bilver plaied ware Ho can please anyone He will not be undersold by any besides he is going to givo to BOino one of his cus- Â¬ tomers a gold watch sewing machine or breech loading shot gun Mr Will Cosby Kansas City relumed with his sister Mrs II C Rawlings and was here a few days on n visit Ho brought in three dozen California quails with him and distributed them amsng his friends to givo them an opportunity to propogato in this country They are a beautiful bird nud resemblo our quail some in shape and size Your correspondent was honored with fivo pair which I feel very thankful to him for We the undersigned Ranks and Rank- Â¬ ers will pay alt Prizes drawn in the Louis- Â¬ iana Slate Lotteries which may be pre Â¬ sented at our counters ff msm0 t Conimlkfcioiicrs It A HI IIAInWIN Iro Now Orleans National Hank 04KI KOIIN lrc Union National Hank limmi Hank tlonal National Hank WAIMSMIY IaNAWX Irck Louisiana lrcs Stato Na- - MAMMOTH In the Academy of Music NcwOrlcans Tuesday December 17 1889 DRAWING 600000 1 Capital Prize 100100 TIclctN 4ft II II rliru tillS tlotliK 1 1 atIO uk J wen Ilrlilu Hal vcn 4201ortlotliNS 000000 is aim nun I 100000 I ouuuu is C00000 PRIZE OF 1IUZM 01 200000 100000 i 1 llllKS OP llUZKS OF llllKS OF 24 1ltIZKS OF 100 lMZUd OF 200 IUIHs OF 010 PHIZES OF 2 b 10 A 1llIZH OP 20000 10000 M00 2000 COO are are aro aro P 100 100 100 lriics of lrlte of Pnic of 11 nr l r 1000 aro 800 aro 400 aro t i n ti 800 are aro 400 are nmuKa 50000 40000 0000 60000 60000 80000 120000 200000 100000 fcOOUO Two Nrninm Tkuuinals 1993 Prltc of 200 are 40000 399000 2160000 31 Prlic nmounting to AGENTS WANTED Club rates or any further Information desired write legibly to tho undersigned clearly Hating your residence with Btate County Strcot and Number Mororapid return m uvii uijr ntu ud assureu uy your enclos Â¬ ing an 1uvclopc bearing your full addrosi aiTFor IMPOHTANT ADom m orffl A Uy ordinary lottcr containing JIoxky Okdkr Issued by all Uxpres Companies Now York lvxohango Druft or Postal Noto Wr iuy on Ouriunoy seat us by Kxpross of i or ovor Now Orlouiu IiiriIIIN I J WilkhiliKloii a iiAiirniN I a Address RegisleriTicrs lo NIJW UIIUIANS NATIONAI HANK When When When When Baby was nick wo garo her Cnstorla ulio wm a Child she cried for Catorla tlio Uecamo Miss sho clung to Costorla she had Children Bho gnvo tlicm Unstorla Nov Orleiiiik iii 11EMKMI1EH that tho payment of all prises IlANhS of New Orleans ond tho Ticket aro Igued by tho President of an Institution whose ohurterod right aro recognised In tho highest Courts thcreforo howaroof any Imita Â¬ tions or annonymou schemes ONE pOLAll Is the prlco of tho rmnllest part or fraction of o Tioket ISSUED 11 y US In any Drawing Anything In our name of fered for less that a Dollar is a iwlndlo MioworN riiillliil St louis Evansville West and South West rfylt V 1 1 CD a tpHfi3s iiifii pt Holiday Roods Sulurs lo lo G W Short for your window ghu llubbugus Is hendiiinrters for groceries The city council has ordered Wall itrcct gravoled If you want hauling call nt- - tho new stablo S B Adkisson Who wouldnt givo 25 cents to see n pretty girl In a night cap Iuro drugs at low prices is O W Shorts motln Try him When you want oat meal nnd rolled oats bulk give Babbago a call Items from Guston crowded out this week They wilt appear next Grand Christmas Opening nt DUuys Monday come one como all Geo Yeakel As Co have n choice line of Imported cloaks and jackets If you want to mako an X raas present call nt J L Millers and buy there J II Blythe opened District School No 10 In Holts Bottom n week ago last Mon V illAHIIAMi Ildllor yesÂ¬ A SURPRISE PARTY Jloine-inanu-fuctur- Mrs terday County court noxt Monday J O Babbngo tcturncd home J C Porter Cloverport was In town Monday Mr Robert Smith linn returned from Leilchfiehl Mr and Mrs J A Wilt went to Clover- Â¬ port Sunday Tho Mechanics Band will furnish music for tho concert -- Both tho method mul results when Syrup of Figaia tnken it is pleasant nnd refreshing to thotnsto mul nets gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowola cleanses tho sys tem effectually diipcls colds head aches and fevers and cures hahitual constipation Syrup of Pigs is tho only remedy of its kind over pro duced pleasing to tho tasto and ac ccptablo to tho etomach prompt in its notion nnd truly beneficial m its effects prepared only from tho most healthy nnd ngrccaulo substances ita many excellent qualities com moud it to all nnd havo niado it tlio most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for salo in 60c nnd 81 bottles by nil lending drug gists Any rcfiablo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Jo not nccept nny substitute Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ diy Tho mokt nttractlvo place especially for little girls and boys is Babbagcs Holiday display If yen dont see what jou want for Christmas nt Babbagos dont hc6ltnlp to ask for it Rev I B Timberlako will prench in The public the Baptist church to night is cordially invited to attend Tho revival meeting In tho Methodist church nnnounced for last Sunday has been postponed until next Spring Mr C P Bush of the Clover Line enmo down Monday with the bonds to havo them signed by the Mayor and Clerk Grand Christmas Opening nt DHuys Monday come one come all Tho price of this paper is 1 00 a year in advance If paid nt the end of six months JISi nt tho end of the year Track layers on tho railrond will reach town this week Tho town trustees shi ud mako a good street to tho depot Miss Annlo Gardiner has returned U her homo in Arlington Smith k Buzby havo beon doing n big livery business for tho hut two months Roland Smith during iho last week has brought up about 100 mon for tho railroad Dr Tom Gardiner and his daughter of Madisonville Ky were visiting hero last week Mr Phoolan Daniel wc will mir priso you with low down prices for ottr superb Clothing In order fo enable everybody to wear Honest Clothing during tho holidays we havo clipped our prices By Honest Clothiiig wo mean snob as is NOT made in Eastern tenement houses of shoddy material unshrunk and slip shod workmanship which is hcrnldnd in tho daily papers as first class Clothing and sold at first class prices Ity Honest Clothing wc mean such as is made of All wool Cloth thorough Â¬ ly steam shrunk in our house before cutting made by our regu Â¬ lar journeymen tailors and which wont draw all out of shape when the rain touches it and on which tho buttons stay and Mens seams wont rip This is the kind of Clothing we sell Hoys and Childrens Suits and Overcoats in great variety every garment warranted lcitons who have not traded satis faclorily at other houses arc especially invited to try us one time they will never regret it Persons from the country doing their shopping aro invited to have their bundles fccnl fo our store they will bo properly taken care of For thoso who call on ns for the next wcok or two ii of St Louis Mo Â¬ Â¬ y CALIFORNIA 10UISVILU KY FIG 1 SYRUP CAL CO SAN FRANCISC NEW rORK fr FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS Wo aro authorized to announce m n Candidate for Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to tho action of Democratlo State Convention GRORGEH MADDEN 8100 Squiro W N Drury proprietor of tho Cusb Store at Bowleyvllle is waking up He says things in his end of the county his advertising in tho Nfwj brings him big FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS We nro uuthorltodto announco as a candldato fur of tho City of Louisvillo Judgo or the Court of Appeals subject to the nctlon of tho Democratic party of tho Third Appcllato District JOHN ROBERTS returns Three It never rains but it pours columns of advertising run in on us just It Is infringing on before going to press our readers a little hut wo hope they will bear with us as it is only that such a shower strikes us Rev Brandon preached in Holts Chapel He a1io last Sunday to a good audience had n fino congrrgation hero at night Bro Brandon is giving excellent satisfac- Â¬ tion in his work here nnd is growing more popular every tlmo he preaches and City Clerk Major Hamblcton DHuy were busy nil Jay Monday and Tuesday signinz tp the bonds nnd coupons Each bond requires sixty one signatures and there being forty of them the Mayor and Clerk have to write thoir names 2110 times six foot solid Look at these prices Bed steads ash extension table 9X50 J 200 per set Fino velvet 2 00 Chairs Moquct 1450 brussels bed loungo lounee 900 Fine bed room set 2000 They I have too many goods on hand must be sold Call and get my low prices J L Miller Kleinhaus tt Simonson proprietors of the Mammoth Clothing House Louisvilloi lme honored this office with nn invitation sent by lelegrnph to bo present at a recep- Â¬ tion and collation given at the opening of their new store house this evening Wed Â¬ well bo Thanks genllomen nesday Of course a suit of cbthes gios there with every plate A stock company has been organized in Holts Bottom for the purpose of building 9000 worth of a large flouring mill stock has already been tuken nod the mill It will be located at Ad- Â¬ is a certainty disons Mr Addison Mr M Hamman and other prominent men of tho Bottom aro at the head of tho enterprise It b whispered around that the ladies of tho Elm Street Methodist church will give a night cap oyster supper some timo dur ijg the holidays It will be quite a novel entertainment and one that will catch tho men Wo aro decidedly In fivoi ot it and can assure tho ladios they will havo a big If there is anything that catches turn out the nverage man It Is a nlght cnp nnd something to oat Mr Levi Winchell came in last week and had us enter the namos of his two sons for a years subscription to tho Nkws Oue Is in Kansas and the other In Illinois He said they would appreciate the gift moro than anything ho could send them for Christmas and he Is right wheros the boy or girl thats out in the wido world that doesnt enjoy hearing from home once n week Gus Koemer of tho firm of Bailey k Koerner left yestorday for Cloverport to Texas machine resume work on the shops and push them to completion as Ho took with him the soon as possible Jos Bell following skilled carpentors J B Hill Jos Rash Houry Connell and Henderson Journal Hosey Quinn Quite a number of young people assem Â¬ bled at tho residence of Dr and Mrs spaco L Newsom last Friday ovening After will not permit us to give namos sponding tho hour from 8 to 12 oclock in various delightful ways the young people wont homo all feeling that they had spent one of tho most enjoyable evenings of the Misses Luella nnd Irene New Â¬ season som were the entertaining hostesses Dr J T BAKER Physician and Surgeon HARDINSBURO T0Onico on Brick Corner KY Brrckenridge News WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11 1889 4 IOfJM IIIIUVITIKS IVottco tho Inbol on your impcr nnd fscii il your tlmo uxplri IIiU month Tho Uito in I von lUlor your nniiio In red Inlt and niuiciirsi only nrtor llioso iiuiiicn wlioio llmo expire during tho current mouth Wo liopo nil will renew irouilly Itciucm ler the price now In only SI00 per yenr H paid Htrlctly In advance M has been tn town several days visiting his father Tho Republicans hold their meeting to put out candidates for tho county olliccs noxt Monday Mr Hay good was In town yesterday to contract with Rosco Eskridgo to build him n house nt Irvington Tho railroad depot will be built in tho Est end of town within u very convenient distance of tbo courthouse The depot grounds havo been located on Mr Taylor Beards place and work nn the depot will begin at once Msjir Scotts new restdenco is nbotit completed It is ono of the Gnest ns well ns tho most substantial in the plnce UarJinsburg is getting quite lively Some oft e railroaders and the red liquor aro making it in the languago of old Sledge d n lively Tho county magistrates mado nn order that all persons confined in the county jail for a misdemeanor should be put to break- Â¬ ing rock on the street Deputy Sheriff DcJcrnetto brought in n colored girl from Long Lick last Monday charged with Iioueo breaking She was taken before Judgo Adkisson for trial Mr W B Slith who died last week was one among the oldest citizens of the place Ho was n merchant hero for a number of years and was very sreccssfu in his bus Ho was ono of the leading mem- Â¬ noi8 bers of tho Methodist Episcopal church Injunction suits seem to be the order i f the day Richard May has enjoined Alfred Kobards from interfering with his hauling from Cloverport over the turnpike Mr May claims to hold a contract to the effect that Robards ogrced not to haul any more The matter will be heard over the road before Judgo McBcath at Elizabethtown JULIUS S E WINTER Clothiers LOUISVILLE What Makes this Cat Laugh GO KY Old lielinble COR THIRD AND MARKET STS FOUND AT LAST ADDISONS Cheap Cash Store L D ADDISON KY Is the place to save 25c on the dollar We are still in the front ranks with largest and most complete assorted stock of THAT Santa OlauL AT SULZERS Cioverportj BRYANT R - Kentucky STRATTQN Business College WMIV lHh CrjliiiSliiirt c Urltc fur Cituiluyuv ltinlTrlririthiS ititl full information 7Q W C Ikkfal j STV t f Staple and Holiday Hoods J BASSETT WHOLESALE BRO LEITCHFIELD MILLS ENGINES FARM KENTUCKY AND RETAIL Comprising Novelties in Plush Goods Ibasi Hisquc Pictures Picture Pranics and Toys and many other articles that I have not the space to mention suitable for both young and old Come and sec us and be convinced that we arc ever on the alcit to SAW secure bargains for our customers anil always keep a huge stock of IMPLEMENTS BUILDING H yon nro indebted to this paper either for subscription jjb work or ndvertisinE plenic send the nmount by mail or call nt We need tho money tho office and pay is n very small amount you owe of It 00 but suppose course probably only 1 Judge McBcath has awarded a rule against J P Helm J K McCrnckcn C P Bush and George H Lampkin to np Groceries Queensware Hardware Guns from 225 to any Price you want Boots and Shoes Hats and Gaps Drus lry Goods and Notions Material Wagons and Buggies STATE AGENTS FOlt ROYAL ST JOHN SEWING MACHINE IurNotial Capt A J dross went to Louisvillo Mon Â¬ day Kev I B TlmbcrUko came down Monday for a little recreation Mr Albert Morcmon of Brandenburg was In tho city yesterday Sprcen and wife of Covington Mr F aro In tho city visiting friends Mr V A Smith ot Owensboro spent Snn day at bis home In Holts Bottom Miss Lula Owen went to Louisvillo Monday to visit her nunt Miss lrecllla Owen Mrs Alex lulk a former resident of this city Is visiting her sister Mrs 11 Bohler Jesse Moormin and wife of Adalrvlllo Ky aro in tho city visiting his father and mother Mr Lannlo Smith and brldo wcro int tho city last week enrouto homo from their Hast crn tour I Stephens Jr of Brentwood Mr J Ho is visiting bis parents nt Holt Tcnn will romnin several weeks Mr W 11 Oglcsby general agont of tho Kentucky Investment and Building Associa Â¬ tion or Frankfort Ky Is in the city fur tho purpose of organising a board Mr Stanley Singleton Stout of Mllwaukoo was In tho city Sunday the guest of Mrs Win Watkins Ho is a direct dectndant of tbo Singleton family and was hero to soo his rel Â¬ Ho went out to Ilardinsburg Monday atives accompanied by Miss Mary Allen to seo Col Alf Allen Notice Go to Jimmie Miller for Gas stock I will b i nt homo Siturdays and Mondays pear before him in Elizabethtown next Stick Cindy Tuesday to show cause why they should Choice mlxoJ not be punished for disobeying the injunc- Â¬ tion issued in favor of the L II and W It It Co Attorneys for the I U k w asked fcr the rule Tho Hardiusburg Dramatic Company will givo on entertainment nt the court house December 27th nid 28 h The com- Â¬ pany is under the control of Mr- - Felix Monroo and is made up of tho best talent in the town No doubt they will give us a good exhibition nnd as tho price of admis sion is at tho low sum of 25 cents they should havo a good house Tho Master Commissioner will moke sale of lands in the following cases at the Matthias court house door next Monday Miller Admr vs A J Justice 32 acres Margaret A Ilaffey vs on Long Lick Bridget Flood o 249 acres on Sinking Joseph L creek near Stephcnsport Toul for the benefit of F Fraizo vs John Wilson R Toul 9 acres on Clover creek Jolly vs W W Vossles Ac 217 acres lying south of Ilardinsburg McCrackcn k Co have a contract to do liver a Inrge lot of lumber to Louisvillo this month and they are pushing work on Over ono hundred extra their railroad men came in this week and wcro taken be- Â¬ Not much is bsing done on low to work the Ilardinsburg spur at present nnd it will not likely be finished until that timber The work dono so far U pret- Â¬ is reached Last Sunday ty rough at some points they wcro busy prizing the ties nnd roils out of tho mud out nenr Charley Matting lys The country thero Is very flat and swampy and tho track has sunk In many McCracken Is certain however places to deliver his timber which ho contracted to do this month but not until this Is dono aud the track put In first class order will thero bo a train into Ilardinsburg 0ft4a UAo Sffurtify lb lb Fig c 15 15 Ill clb e c e c c you distribute this amount anionc fivo or six hundred people and it makes a big Wo oro not in tho habit of thing to us dunning our patrons through the paper wo prefer to give tho tpace to nows but necessity compels ui to make this appeal Â¬ nnd wc hope thoso who owe us will re spond at once without further notice Cnmly Ilcat Frcncli mixed Candy llaln Kiss Candy Frcncli KIm Candy Date 12o IS 15 SO licit mixed Nuts Oranges per dozen Two Laro Cucoanuts Hickory Nuts licrbuibcl Three Tacks Fire Crackers o o c o 15 50 10 and Chriamns week I wish to mako set- Â¬ tlements in person by cah or note Plenso call nnd seo me In B T IUitkktv Frank Payne has my itemized accounts 15 Wo havo also a full tupjily of every discretion of Nuti and In fact SANTA CLAUS anjtilng you want ir Notice All persons having olnlms against Win Tinlus deceased estate will picaso procnt them properly proven for settlement Sunday Schools and Festival furnished at reduced rales lr JUSSK C TINIU3 Administrator 15 lbs 13 Ilcst X O Sugar Wblto D 6teMi28 1 00 I 00 1 Dolls Dolls Dolls Sulzers Try that new perfume nt 0 W Shorts Stop at the Itvinuton Hotel Itvinston Ky Mr Harris has closed out his restaurant to Mr llallman will Must reduce my stock of goods J L Miller oil close Finest lino of cigars and tobacco in town at G W Shorts If you want coal call on S B Adkisson nt his office in new stable Grand Christmas Opening at DUuys Monday como one corns all I havo too much furniture on handsj will sell at about cost J LMiller If you want your horso fed it will cost you only 10 to 2j cents at tho stablo S B Adkisson I have in Btock n fine lino of fancy chairs nndfaney tables for X mas gills 12 Uranulatcd llcst Orccn Old Government Java Coffee 25 00 nhleh will suit tho mot fastidious taste nt only 25c per pound 25o 4 lbs Ilcst S C lllce 55o gal Boat flrado new crop N 0 Molasses Ueit Orado now crop Sorgum 25c gal t 00 1 For Sale acres of land in ono milo of Webster Stntion L St L k T railroad In cod community in good state of cultivation churches schools nnd shops convenient Address T B IIkkiikiisiw Webster Ky 50 clb IJcst flrcon Hlo CotTco 22o 20 c Choice Irocn UIo Cutrvo 25 o Our 1rUo CoiTeo Is Extra Try our Java and Hlo mixed parched CutTco Salt per barril 2100 7 larlor Matches doion boxes 15 o 25 o 5 o 2 liars Town Talk Soap liars Kxtra Uood Soi J L Miller want to seo tho larnost stock of clothing In Meado county call at Geo Yeakel k Cos Hogs aro selling nt 1 nnd 4 conts not Thoro is very little do in this nmrket mand for them at any price 8 D Adkisson 1ms closed out his stock of paints oils ko to p W Short nnd his furniture storo to J L Miller Grand Ctristmoa Oponlng nt DHuya Monday come ono como all Mr L D Addison glvos a few pointers tn tho way of prieas in his la iso ndvortisJ Iliad It mont to bo founl i i this issue nnl see what on array of bargains ho of- - If you J few rocking A full line of flower stands fancy center tnblos chairs sideboards bed lounges bodsteads bod room sets and pictures for cash Will sell nhoap J L Miller Cul Jco Blackburn sent Mrs A J Oross last week n very handsomo and vnltiablo present In tho Bhapo of a fine Jersey heifer 8ho Is a HUlo boauly nnd Mrs Gross li tery proud of hor lastuer Iho great Frenchman discov Â¬ ered that microbes causes chicken cholera and Oanler found that his mngio chicken Sold uo cholera cure destroys them curb no pay by G W Short Prof Lolscttes Memory System Is crc atinz ureater Interest then ever In al parts of the country and persons wjsblng lo Im Â¬ prove their memory should send for his froc as advertised In nnolher rrnsaiolin Mr Sara Dent of Lcitclifield wna Id town lust week 7 00 It la rumored that there will bo a new 0 00 roller mill here in tho near future 4 00 Mike Hlulii has just received u Mrs 3 50 Wo tho undersigned as commissioners for pplendid piano from Utldwin it Uo 2 60 and In behalf jlf tlrayson and HrockoiridLO Leigh Isaacs nnd Miss Goornio counties will until 12 oMock Monday the Mrs inth day of December 18SU receive sealed Hawkins vlsitoJ Otveiisboro last week btds fur tho crccttuu of a stono abutment on 10 cts Work is still progresslnc on our streets Bough lllvcr at tho month of Peter Cave All Wool Ladies Clotb Double width worth 50 cti Â¬ Creek to bo erected in tho place of tho ono tint All Wool Tricots worth 0 cti duwn to 35 cts by Christmas they will bo In cood condihas there recently fallen down 00 cts Plan and All Wool Kxtra Flna Tadlca Cloth 75 cts tion specifications can bo found with cither cf ur All Wool Striped Cloth 05 cts Wo reserve tho right to reject any nnd all Â¬ All Wool Cumols llulr Kxtra heavy 41 Inches wide down to 05 cts per yard Mr nnd Mis J O nrnshear spent SunB5 cts bids Very Fino Dlack Honrlotta day in Haweavillo tho uueats of Mr and W T CANNON 5n cts All Wool Outing Cloth 20 cts llreckcnrldec All Wool Nuns Veiling Mrs Kldio Urashcar 1 M McCLUUK 25 cts Jr French Henriettas Ftnost IraJs f Mr It A Hrnsbcar la ropniriiiK his old Dec Slii 1880 10 cts Orayson Lot Alapaci strcot preparatory lo open stand on First V iiiL out a dniK storo Mr Add Bennett wont down on tho Blue If you need one I can beat tbo prices of any ono In tho country will sell you an A No 1 I know whoroof I nm spoaklng for I Wine In nil probability ho wo will nccept Sieger complete with alt tho attaohmont for 11160 have been using the same fur the lust 5 years and thoro Is nono better llucklonN Arnica Halvo Agents aro soiling a position a clerk by getting hor ono fur a Christmas prcsont Bo mako your wife happy Tho best salve In the world for cuts thoso machines fur 3500 Headquarters for rhoura fever Judnii from the staves or tho rlvor bruises sores ulcers salt hnulinc tho bus bands chilblains bank and tho continuous sores tetter chappod corns nnd all skin eruptions nnd positive- Â¬ iness must be on n boom It Is the best In lbs market brag on It nnd tho children cry for It Ono elghlh It The ladies ly cures Piles or no pay required Mrs lidgh Isaacs and Miss Kiln Smith Thero is or barrel sack Addisons Uo Hor lrocess 00 3ts or by tho barrel will sell It at lM guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Price 20 cents per box nono bettor Try a sack or a barrel aftor onco using It you will havo no other A good Flour attended tho wedding of Mr Ituuio Smith Grain Drills Fertiliser Cement Mich Â¬ monoy rofundod nt 45 cts a sack igan Plaster Salt Llmo Coal Oil For sale by G W Short Cloverport Ky In Louisville Inst week und J A Witt Ilardinsburg Ky by tie Barrel Plaster Hair who is travoliiiR Mr Charlie Babbauo Dedication at Woumor Also n for a wholesale Rrocery firm was in town on hand 1000 Fairs of dents Ladles Misses and Childrens Shoes We havo now Qutto a number of our people nttonded fins line of Mens Hoots from 175 to 150 a pair nnl Hoys Hoots from 100 to 301 You last week nnd Is Bcllinj n uood many joods A Itoaklng Homo now Moth cant help being ploned so givo us a trial tho dedication services of tho hero Brick Plow Handles Pino Flooring al Â¬ Of hoalth nnd strength renewed and of odltt church nt Webster on last Sunday ways kept on hand Orders ac Â¬ Urashcar nnd Mrs M Bluln Mrs n A ease nnd comfort follows tho uso of Syrup and camo back high In their praises of tho companied by cash prompt went to Louisvillo last wek and returned with oaturo hospitality of the good peoplo there and of Figs as It acts In harmony 125 for Fancy Hand Knit Mittens mado of ly lilted KmtrsiJered Mull Aprons 35 50 to 76o oaoli now boat thoBluo Â¬ on Cupt William to effectually cleanse the sjstom when cos Silk the most excellent dinner served on the 35 ettvptr ball Knitting Silk all shades Wine in 00c nnd 100 ground which was more than ample for 5 For sale 50 cts fur Cents India Silk Handkerchiefs tive or bilious Tlntol all shades JTJM colored border 20 vRwr doien Silk Arrseano Mr Chris IVrrlno nnd chlllron loavo to Â¬ bottles by all leading druggists tho very large crowd present 1 00 for Kxtra Largo India Silk Mudlcrs full day for Cloverpart They havo tho sym Â¬ silk Floss i0 Mr Pincr of LohJmIIIo Reverond SELF POURING TEA POTS eetreH pot U MOOLEYVILLE line white Cashmere with dots chocks pathy of the community In their lato bo per ounco best Kngllih Violet and preached two very duo sermons a ml fib on 40 browiufw Kxtracti and Satin stripes lUllotrjpo Â¬ Bares 25 to 50ft ef Ttt rcavoruent Mr Phillip Stlif was the guest of Miss consecratod the building to God witln ap 20 cts for Ilrasi ttluimed CurUIti Voles 6 cts per doien Cedar Load lcnclls The and tasteful services propriate YOU DO NOT LIFT TH3 POT Laura Klder yesterday Bennett k Styles aro doliiK a good bull 25 cti will buy 7 spools O N T Thread 20 for 3 Skeins of Saxony rOUIiSbylovtringltil still distilling hav Â¬ night train brought tho Cloverport visitors 25 Mr George Etfart is nets in tho coonernso and cabinet line Shawls from 25 cti to 500 for 3 Sheor Linen Hemstltehod Colored homo In good order with no unpleasant ing already made nlnut eighty barrels Ono workmen aud will open out a The pill Kindled It COIP Border Ladtes Handkerchiefs hoy aro dny is incident to mar the enjoyment of tho 25 ets each fur Lin Camlrlo Hand 1inbroM- fino business In tho Spring Mrs Mary K Stiff of Cloverport Ct LUt rlod Ladles Handkerchief daya with her son Mr John and occasion spending a Thero was a collision of f eights a short Paine Dlthl revaona Stiff Xcuvalglo Call nnd seo mo Jlcspcoi fully dlslanco abovo here Sunday no particular iCc Ant hno trontlel with nmotjWiOM JwiUInf Vhlbla Clara Klierr a lUBlitT of Mr Win dnmago as dono la either I rain except to irum Wire or overwork will Elder is very w with Inflnnatory rhftu JUUwtt nnlne drmollaS tho cow catchers JII01VH ha tfBlo mark Mid erowii rel II nm on wrapper matUm 10 00 1200 for all Wool Tailor mado New Markets wortl 10 00 for London Dyed llusb Jackets worth 10 00 fur nil wool Astrakan New Markets worth 10 00 for all wool Dorcctolro front and lirocho striped Now Markets worth 7 50 for Uroohc striped Now Markets worth 0 00 for Illaek Diagonal Now Markets wortfi 5 00 for all wool Diagonal Jackets 4 00 fur Ilrald Trimmed striped Jackots worth 3 00 for Striped Jackets worth 2 50 for Illaek Diagonal Juckcts worth 1 75 fur Fluid Jackets worth GLOAKS Wanted 2 000000 llickVy Spoies 15 00 13 00 12 00 12 00 STEPHENSPORT A Merry Christmas to nil 8 00 Butts For dimcnsioVis and prices address OwExsunonn Wiieri Co 500000 500000 100000 rcclWkory feoJlu ruber CordofUickory lumber Contractors Wanted DRRSS GOODS 0 1 Q winT Macliiiies GREGORY CO ADDISONS ROLLER PROCESS FLOUR Â¬ Reapers and Mowers Boots Eiiad Shoos Fine Poplar Shingles Attractive Items iiii Ttil 0 lniyllf I L D ADDISON WKfltog M0Jf9ftfffl9ltt Two of Our iullcRo lln Honored immimmmltiik iigattiwM Inspection of InctnrVs Orer 3000 loanufnctiirlng mercantile and piiblla buildings hotels tenements nnd apart A New Aictln Orenn Cm lent Dr lCukelitlml who with Dr Walter has been nway this slimmer making explorations hi tho Arctic regions around SpltrU rgeu has Justicturnud to lrcmonnud has rcpoitud lo tho Geographical society of that place at whoso exKtiso tho expedition ho commanded wns fitted out that ho has discovered n now and luqiortaiit ocean current Mowing through tho whola length of tho Olgn strait from north to south It was observed oicrywhcro and ntall times from Northeast Iniiil to tho Ityk Ysoaud King Charles IjiiiiI Only on tho shallow coasts was Itovercomo by thoobh nnd How of tho tide Tlio explorers will mnko a full reort of their dlwovei les to tho llremeii Geographical society Now York Telcgniui Ilf inn sLHiiiiiiiiiiM M V 10 n lilood ttaciuo Until tlio poison Is expelled mm tlio njntoin thero can bo no euro for this loathsome and dangerous mrtlady Thereto tlio only nflectlvn treatment Is n thorough coiirso of Aycrs Sarsnimrlllri tlio bostot Ml lilood rmrMcrfl Tlio sooner you begin tlio hotter delay Is dangerous I wnt troubled with catarrh for over two years I trlod various remedies nnd was treated by a number of physi Â¬ cians but rccolvod no benoflt until I began to take Ayors Sarsaparllla A tow bottle ol this modlclno cured mo ot troublLfeoino complaint nnd com Â¬ this Jcsso M pletely restored my health ilogg llolmuns Jlllln N 0 Wlion Aycrs Snrsoparllla was rec ommended to mo lor catarrh I was In- Â¬ clined to doubt Its ofllcacy Having tried so many remedies with llttlo ben- Â¬ efit I had no faith that anything would euro mo I becamo emaciated from loss of nppctlto and impalrod digestion I bad nearly lost tlio senso of smell nnd I was my system was badly deranged about discouraged when n friend urgedÂ¬ and re mo to try Aycrs Sarsaparllla ferred tno to persons whom It had cured After taking halt a dozen of catarrh bottles ot this medlcluo 1 am convinced that tlio only suro way of treating this obstlnato dlscaso Is through tlio blood Charles If Moloney 113 ltlvcr St IxjwcII Mass Catarrh llio literary riilortniutiienl given by tlio Duiiiologlnti iiml Clmmliurluin Mliirary Societies ol Center Collegn on Friday pvonlng of last week was most succpmChI nml enojalln Tito dclanminry contest for snch It was was held In the ctillren clinpcl which was crowded with tho stu Â¬ dents nml their rlotiN pich rngrr for their respective fnvorlto to bo tlio vlclor In the coilesl Tlio presetee of tho cul- Â¬ tivated audience was selMi spiring to tlio joung men who sat upon the rostrum Mr II L Oflro whs Chairman nnd per Â¬ formed his duly with becoming dignity Prof Lots orchestra furnlsliid tlio music for ilia occasion which by tho wty wns Tho exercises weio Introduced excellent by prayer by Itcv C K Crawford Tho following hcntlnmen wcro tho declnliiiers W IJecknor Hush Danville j S M Wilton Louisville 8 II Rogers Danville It I I It Skill man Curry Ilarrodtburg tin Lucion V Utile Goshen Cloverport Jonas Henry L Godsey llarel Green Ilnrclay Louijvillo Tho speeches wero pronounced taken nil In nil most rxcel lent rellocting much credit upon tho young gentlemen and thoso who havo been developing their elocutionary pow- Â¬ V Linch ers Key J J W Iroctor These nnd C II Itodcs wcro tho judges gentlemen awarded tho first medal to Mr Henry L Oodsey of Hazel Green and tho second to Mr Jas It Skillman of Clover Dr J T McKco pronounced the port benediction and the exercises wcro adDanville Advocate journed Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla rncpjtiixn bt Co Lowell Mats Dr J C Ayer bottle ts Worth 1 bottle Irlce i Breckenridge News IN MIMIOHY gone She lias left us And lie sadly mourn her death Tho message injlng PIio Is ileiil Was whispered under breath Fur she wna dearly loved by nil As she was over kind To know her was to love her And ofttlmes shod remind One of a martyr In her patd For her sufTerlng was great Vet youd scarcely hear a murmur As she seemed to watt Two children left to mourn her loss A husband hero to grieve Vet taking her was for the best Though it seems hnrd to believe To them wo feel tis useless To cheer or to console Hut time the healer of all things VIM have thorn In control Icsr Annies You can enjoy Peace in the family a good nights rest and retain peace in tho family by keeping Dr Hulls llaby Syrup in tho house At onco popular and efficacious It has We menu Laxador the come to stay golden specific for nil malarial trouble 1rico only 2f cents Ill try to convolution give To nil her many friends And trust that we may always live So to meet her In tho end liut Sieplicnuport Ky Nov 29th 18Sl 00 000 mora to indorse tho good nnd elect- Â¬ ive qualities of Dr Hulls Cough Sjrup in every eases of coughs cold etc As n cute for chapped anil chufed hai iU Wo are coming Father Abraham nothing equals tho celebrnted Salvation Price Oil For sale by nil druggists only 2i cents n bottle i A m iimiiii uuiiovs Iteprckiiitiilivn of I Im criiiim Uovcrniiiciit lit Ilmivllli Danmiik Ky Dec 3 A very distin Â¬ guished looking uentlcmnn of foreign ap Â¬ pearance who arrived here yesterday and registered at the Clemens Houso as M A I Itlto AVar Story Ludwig Von Molke Herlin Germany in Â¬ Frankfort Capital quired of a servant the landlord not being Mercurial ItliciiinatUiii The Allen Sentinel tells tho followirg present hero ha could find Col Touira A Mr J C Jones city marshal of Fulton little story of Chief Justice Joseph II Col Fishers residence is just Fisher Arkansas writes About ten years ago Lewis of the Court of Appeals It must ono Btjunro north of tho Clemens House I contracted a case of blood poison The ho sintcd however that Judgo Lewis was in that direction the noble stranger nt leading physicians of tho city nnd wcro called not n General at the battle of Stone Itiver onco repaired and did not again make his in and hey prescribed medicine ufter appearance for two and a half hours It medicine which I took without allbrding nor until ufter that of ChicAinauga but he was a good ono from that dato until the wn3 at onco suspected the visitor hud some me any relief I also tried mercury and end came me risner loriunc which potash medicine with the same unsuccess onnectiori wiiii As Judge Joseph II Lewis is now beforo has lain in the Imperial vaults of Ham Â¬ ful result hut which brought on an nttack tho public ns a candidate to succeed him Â¬ burg until it now amount to 51000000 of rrercurial rheumatism that made my self on tho Appellato bench tho following After leaving Col Fishers residence M life one of untjld agony After suffering story appears timely Eight years ago in Von Molke did not again return to the for ftur years I gave up all former reme Â¬ his first canvass Geeeral Lewis was here hotel but proceeded ut onco to tto depot dies and commenced taking Swifts Specif- Â¬ Hud Huntsman one of tho btiunchest of tho Cincinnati Southern railway and it ic S S S After taking several bottles Republicans in Allei county happened to was there while waiting for the 11111 I was entirely cured nnd able to resume see him nnd asked South hound train on which he alterward wotk I consider Swifts Specific S S S Who is that man departed that The Commercial accosted tho greatest medicine for blood poisoning That is Judge Lewis of the Appellate him The German was not at all com- Â¬ lo dey on the market Court responded one who knew him Heing asked if he had ever municative I saw that man onco under circum- Â¬ lronipt Cure heard of the Fisner fortune ho replied thut stances I will never forget said Mr Two bottles of Swifts Specific S S S ho had and that the Government of his Majesty the Kinperor was ready to do curcu mod a meaning out all over my Huntsman Upon being pressed to relate the circumwhat wab right in the matter Ho added body caused by blood poisoning stances the speaker continued Viirroit Stkwaiit that he was much impressed with the I was a Federal soldier at the battle of 21 S HoyalSrfcet Mobile Ala strength of the proof presented by the Kentucky claimants and that ufter a visit For thirty jears I was cfllicled with Stone Itiver Just in tho midst of the ter- Â¬ to Culpeper county Vu ho would return blood poison from which I suffered untold rific fight a ruiiiie hall found my left thigh I commenced agonies taking S S S and penetrated it completely disabling to Herlin and make his report to the Fm poror The train arriving at this time the nnd after taking five bottles I am entirely me As 1 lay groaning on the ground in constant danger from flying bullets n Cul Fisher was seen cured conversation ended William Sciienk Confederate General came riding by Flushing L I later in the day but declined to talk M I sulfered for twenty years from blood Seeing mo wounded nnd in danger ho Von Molke is nbout 20 jcars old and of He speaks pononing Three bottles af Swifts Spe- Â¬ reined up his horse put mo up behind him very distinguished nppearunce and carried me to a pile of stones behind Knglish fluently hut niter the manner of cific S S S cured mo entirely which he placed mo caving Hero no wild Cathkiiini Mosnru foreigners who have ucquircd it in schools Miueohi L I balls will find j ou If wo gain the field I and not by contact wiili Hnglish speaking Trentiso on lilood and Skin Diseases will return nnd caro for you if not your people Louisville Commercial mailed free own men will give you aid With that I o SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta On rode into tho fight Dilpcpo- It is proper to odd that Mr Huutsman This is what you ought to have in fact TIiii leiiveu ol Itelorm U did not then nml never will vote against it to fully cnjiy life Thou Â¬ you must havo MurUniK Judge Lewis sands upon thousands of dollars aro spent Tho Wellington correspondent of the by our people in the hope that annually Couric Jciirunl say Members of Con Â¬ Tho Waco f Sill In Ileal ll And yet it gress thoy may attain this boon nru being furnished with copies of u Mii n newspapers in cninnif tiling upon Wo guarantee that petition had by all may bo containing many signatures nnd llio Scuthwortli IVtUH Imcily in Now Electric Flitters if used according to di- Â¬ coming from Massachusetts asking that York FXretiB inpuihy fur the dem in mi rections and the uco persisted in will raw materials which tho uiauufuturers mid cundriniiution lor the miseruble wo bring you Good Digestion and oust tho thero turn into the finished artble be put IViius fownl ihe wind niid rrapud inuu demon Dyspepsia nnd Install instead Iu on the free list As Mr Mills of Tcvu lint whirlwind The wnes of sin is death We recommend Ilcetilc Milters looktd over his copy of tho popsy petition Wdny nnd the 11101 chnritnMe coustrutinii o for Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver he noticed u on it iho name of Gov Ames tnu claims of ltflius friends bhows that ho Sold at AOe and Must think of ilia ho said Stomach and Kidneys to the Courier litis eiiriml his wuues There was n deal W Short Clover Â¬ f 100 per bottlu by Journal correspondent When he wns of liuinuii nuturo mixed up with tho I run port Ky nnd J A Wilt Hurdini biirg making his campaign for Governor of eJy Let him that is Innocent cast tho Ky Must nchusclU last year Mr Ames pitch- Â¬ firl itono Franklon Capital ed Into us for proposing to put upon tho dun nl Sliikirmv free list the very raw materials which he Neivotis ano delicate womon should not ft Tho nil and gns Jiahiiow Ky npw wants to como in duty freo That I like Quinine md rnik their nerves but excitement has burst cut afresh hero This was his biggest card Of courao he is In O 0 0 Certain Chill Cure the creat morning gas was struck right in the heart consistent but that he is also suggestive of the town in a well in which drilling was It shows us Mr Clevelan J toys that the rerncpy lor Fever Aue and Malaria Sold and warranted by O W Short commenced several months ago The flow leaven of lurilf reform Is working And it is not great hut when lhe gas was lighted is working vigorjusly In New England A prophet ruuy be without honor in his Hy the way Hcjtl Huilih n veteran tho whole town was attracted lo tlio scene Washington correspondent and a hide Â¬ Tho gas is of the same quality ns that bound Itepublicati has jus returned from own country but there is more O O 0 Certain Corn Cum Hold at homo than all struck In the larger wells five miles south Â¬ u viWl to his home in New Hampshire Ho said to day that if thfra were to bo an other rtmedles of its kind put together west of town The company contemplates it would lrice 25 cents itt druggists or by mat eltcloti lu that Slate to morro shooting tho well go Democratic so great is tho popular J C McndonliaU k Co Kvanivlllo Iud disgust un there at the way things nro go Â¬ Subscribe for the Dhkckkkhiimi Nkwh ing now Havo your Printing dnno at this office I Texas and Clo- Â¬ shops havo gone a glimmering verport is contented with having them again located in her midst The result gnew out of a meeting of the council of that city Monday night in which the mem- Â¬ bers of that body reconsidered and revoked its resolution not to turn over tho 20000 The of bonds to the railroad company council on Tuesday morning made over- Â¬ tures with President McCracken offering to carry out the original contract regard garding tho shops and offering him the bonds Mr McCracken accepted their of- Â¬ fer and ordered work resumed at dnce The first intimation of a reconciliation be- Â¬ tween Cloverport and tho company was received in nn order from President Mc- Â¬ Cracken to Joseph Clore V Cons to ship Yesterday Bomo lumber to Cloverport afternoon F II Frnyscr president of tho Commercial Club in answer to a tele- Â¬ gram sent by him to Pi evident M Crack en for the purpose of securing n conference with tho latter received n message stnting that Cloerport had come to terms nnd tho shops wcro then absolutely located there lhe Commercial Club had tho deal between tho McCrackens and Clover- Â¬ port been declared off were prepared to offer n subsidy of 5000 and other induce- Â¬ T ns ments in addition to tlm L St I a hid for tho location of tho shops here As it is Henderson will have In content herself for tho present with the black- Â¬ smiths shop which remains here Hen Â¬ derson Journal Cotio Ulliiiiurrliig Hendersons chances for the Will He is culled what will probably bo Ihu most imp irlant changes mud u 1 Decreasing tho number nnd frequency of popular elections so that Iip people will not bn In n constant stntn of fcrnien tatlon 2 Abridging the power nl tho Legisla ture in tho mailer ol lcnl legislation II Purification ol Legislative services I Securing greater uniformity nnd cqualil in tho mailer of Inxntlon 6 Limiting within definite bctlids the power of ciuiilies nnd municipalities lo vote taxes- upon themselves In nld of rail- Â¬ roads etc Abolishing nil existing lottery priv Â¬ 0 ileges nnd making tho grnnting of new ones impossible 7 Minimizing corruption In elections 8 Curbing the power of corporations nnd ndjusiliig tho respective rights of cap- Â¬ ital and labor so that one tnny not bo driven from tho State nor the other op- Â¬ pressed I Tho abolition ol all rolerenco to sla- Â¬ Other changes will doubtless ho very proposed and made nn enumeration of which wnud bo profitless now Will there ho any radical changes mudo in the judicial system Thero will doubtless bo minor changes in this department of the Government but I tnko it thut the changes will not bo rad- Â¬ ical Will thero bo any radical changes made in tho manner of voting Tbo adoption of tho system of voting by And fixing the ballot is a possibility same day for all elections held in nny year is a probability Will thero be any radical changes made in the common school system Yes Will thero bo nny radicnl changes made in the power to tax tho people to aid in the building of railroads Yes As stated ubove tho power of tho people to vote taxes upon themselves in aid of railroads and other works of inter- Â¬ nal improvement will be abridged and re- Â¬ strained within certain fixed limits Ought tho Convention to continue the Supreme Court No there should only be ono Court of Appeals and that lo be so considered as to transact the business to the State aneed ily and satisfactorily If need be the number ol members should be increased Tho amount necessary to authorize an ap Â¬ peal might bo increased but no other court of Inst resort should exist besides Hon C U Mc the ono Supreme Court Klltoy in Park City Times If n Convention A lhe Constitution Tlint WUlWMMMMXJMMjrKgWMMKfXMMlMMMKJWJUaitMMriJaA Â¬ snout house havo been Inspected by tlio statu Inspeetors thus far during the present year Hundreds of defects were found of various natures but tho owners Uon having their attention railed to the Mine luinilably showed a cheerful disposition to comply with tho piovlslons of the lusticctloii laws Tho prhiclml defect has been n Inelr of protection of machinery belting gearing nnd pulleys Tho set screw w hen It has been left exxtictl has been limited upon ns n terror by fnlll ojicrntlviii ns It has been tho rnuso not only of serious injuries but of many fatalities Insm ctors have made tho mint klteiiuotis exertions to havo such drngcroits attach ments most thoroughly protected Under tho Ian s children In factories nru not ier niltted to clean any part of machinery mIiIIo It is In motion or any mrt thai Is In danger ous proximity to such moving tmrt Cases of women having their hair caught hi ma chlnerynro very rnro nowadays Thoy nro comKltcd In many factories to ear their hair in such n maimer that It will not hang donn behind or fall hi curls Tho boxing of pulleys belting nml shafting has been a pi lino such casualties which means of prevent wero proi lously of frequent occurrence Tho last cobo occuried early in 18S8 It was that of an opcratlvo who whllo stoop lug to pick up a stool which had fallen beÂ¬ tween two flames had her hair caught In a looso pulley drawing her head down on tho samo 8ho was fortunately released beforo any serious Injury could result nnd escaped with severe cuts In August 1887 a fatal caso occurred In a factory at Natlck whoro a woman got upon a bench to close n window when her hair caught In soma way on a shaft or set screw near tho hanger nnd her scnlp was torn completely from her head Tho abovo Is tho only fatal accident that has occurred to a woman In any factory or mamifactui Ing es tablishment in Massachusetts In four years Lowell Citizen Â¬ What is 11 CASTORIAI Crtstorlrt Is I M rnlll rniiteiiem Lord Fltrgerahl tho law lord wIicao death has Just occurred In fhihlln was really sacrificed to his well known politeness Tho Im mcdlato causo of death was fover which do vcloMil out of a serious cohl contracted hy him In n railway currlngo whllo traveling from Dublin toKllllnay Two Indies stran gers wero his fellow travelers Thoy desired to havo Ixith windows kept ocii mid Lord Fitzgeralds politeness complied him to no qulesco In tho draught ho caught a cold which hastened his end Exchaugo Now Von Aro Tn I ti Ki Colonel The Hartford Herald and the Uiikckrn 1 1 Snml PHofcorn old Iinratles and nnlnk onrn fot Infants nnd Childrens Coin ilnttit Knni In n ri7tn lilt ynroRnrio oTNnrcotjcTSyriip- - Children OTy for Cnstorln Hll lloim of Mntborw bless Cantor I recommcnil Castorla fo children com plaints ns superior lonny prescrlitloii known to me 11 A Ancnsn M 1 Ill bo uxrora BL Hrooltlyn NY Tin- - CcNTAon Coumky T7 Murray St Now York lr Cnstorla cures Cotle Constipation t Hour Htotnaeli Dlarrliiea Kriielntfnn t fjlyes henllliy deep alio aUls illgistici Without narcotic stupefaction Â¬ tVVvVVVVVVYVWVYnSMiilVV5MiVXn WEKBACKEli GILM0KE ft CO Nkwr nro two of lliii neatest papers Whiles yillo Wnr Wl oDp itltKn that visit our war whoop lablo Wholesale Grocers 31 cSs B ANTER CHICKEN Cholera Cure s Â¬ 321 TK7 GIVEN nEaircv St LOUISVILLE KY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO FILLING ORDERS Scrap ol Iupcr Savon Her I Ire It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap Â¬ but it saved her life She ping paper Struugo Itubbcry ot JcweU Tbo Ilucharcst correspondent ot tbo Ex change Telegraph company relates an extraordinary coincidence with regard to a theft of jewelry A certain Jlnka was staying at tho Hotel Itoulevard Purls It seems that ho was only there with tho object of robbery Seeing tho door ot nn npartment open nml no jwrsoii therein ho entered nnd seized n traveling bug which contained valuable jewelry Tho jiollco wero soon on tho nlert hut could not find trace of tho thief Ho had tjied to Itoumanla and being anxious to convert his Tlio spoil Into cash applied to n changer latter submitted to tho principal jeweler at Iluclmrest a purure and asked If ho could glvo U000 francs for It Without hesitation said tho jeweler for I would willingly glvo 3000 francs Those jewels enmo out of my store Tho chunger went nway satisfied Shortly afterward tho jowelcrsaw tho lady who had purchased tho jewels walking In the stieet and accosted her rcpionchlng her for not having first ollercd tho jewels to him nsho would havo given her a better price than tho My jewels aro at Duchaicstl sho changer exclaimed and then recounted tbo hktory of tho robbery ut tho hotel Iloulcnrd Pails wbilo sho was stay ing thero Tho prefect of xlico was communicated w tth and tho Jlnka promptly arrested Tbo question now ndds tlio correspondent takes a legal tin n As tho loblicrywus committed In France can tho thief ho punished In Hon manbf Loudon Globe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FULTON AVE BREWERY Sr Brewers and Bottlers of PILSEWEREXPORTBEER Messrs Gregory dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ Co Agents Thousands of Cloverport Ky The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City Rates 250 to 400 Per Day According to Rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in Hotel LOUISVILLE ICY For sale hy G W Short Cloverport Ky HWHERND0NC0 No 144 Third St was in the last stages of consumption told by physicians that shu was incurable and could live only u chort time she weighed lesj than seventy pounds On a piece ol wrapping paper she rend of Dr Kings New Discovery and got a sample bjttle it helped her she got a large bottle it helped her more bought another and grew better fast continued its uso and is now strong healthy rosy plump weighing I HI For fuller particulars send stamp pounds Fort Smith to W II Cole Druggist Trial Itjttles of this wonderful Discovery Free nt G W Shorts Cloverport Ky and J A Witts Hardinsburg Ky mmm EKtokbs W Store ffli TERRY COMPLETEOUTFITS pmm Produce Oenei al Coniiiiiion Louisville Ky Arand Schuermeyer rrWACTUrMQ C NASHVILLE 1890- The New York Weekly Herald AT ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Is the Best and Cheapest Family Paper in the United States ti MPUU ttH Heyker -i-- h H ft -- K sM j CINCINNATI OHIO NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE During the year 1S90 it will even exceed itself in the variety of its contents and its cllbrts to please its subscribers New realities will be added to its regular dcpHitmcuts including first class HOME AND FARM LOUISVILLE KY The leading Agricultural Journal of tho South and West sssBffcKiiiiftiffliSn Mado by Farmers for Farmors As n record of successful ngrtculttire IIomr Ann jkm jinn no equal Iery topic rH hm to ncricullure U openly Jlscusseiliii tin coluiutia uy iiicKirminiiiiemseivis v ivim riiim II ftClirlllL a full account nf rrrrv iwlrli cew on the farm It is distinct cly the A record of their ditly life presented lu n form mid language which make it plain to all ITS LIST OP CONTRIBUTORS contains the uamcaofthemost progressive farm ers ol the South ami West They do not Heat or theoretical farming but or the actual condi wllch confront us to day II 1 Johnson J rtm I IIery Stewart John M Mahl n1 l A i lord i Jeff Wellorn Hugh T IlrooLs John L I Mirar Steeles lliyoui T Ullalclwlti ami rt host of others make this journal iudlsticUkalile Moreover it is equally ILLUSTRATIONS ITS WKM KNOWN SlKCIA JTIOS AltH Practical Tanning and Gardening Womens Work Progress In Science U Packet Line FARMERS OWN PAPER Stories by the Best Authors Literature and Art Choice 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