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THURSDAY OCTOUER 27 1892
THE CITY OF FREE TRADE
A pilgrim strolled at the earl dawn
Where a river flowed by the sea
To watch the ships when the tide came In
And to ice what their freight might be
A noble ship that bad braed the storms
Was anchored outside the bar
While an unknown flag streamed from her
mast
Untouched by the trace of a star
Meat by the blurt wa the ruin old
Where a hustling city had stood
Where wealth was mined from under her
hills
And was wrought from the wa side wood
Hut the anvil was gone from the block
And the wheel of the mill was still
1 he tenement rows were tenantless
In the city under the hill
Thrre were signs of better days gone by
A church Viitha toppling tower
That KtooJa sentinel of the dead
In tKeghtamof that morning hour
Andthe blackened timbers of cars agone
Were casting their shadows of gloom
The pall of death on forsaken streets
That we hushed as the voiceless tomb
And tbp fields untitled on the hillside stood
With their waste of briar and thorn
That once were the fields of nodding plumes
With their bountiful wealth of corn
The roadway to the city was lost
And the fall of the foot unheard
The only bound on the misty air
Was the pines that the sea breeze stirred
The tide came in and the ship rode in
Well freighted from over the sea
With the wares that pauper labor wrought
In a land where the ports are free
Her hold was filled with iron and steel
To an Inland city consigned
That stood in the shade of the towering hills
That were teeming with wealth unmined
The pilgrim asked of the mate on board
As she passed by a ruined mill
What plague has smitten the people here
In this city under the hill
And the mate replied with haughty pride
To the question the pilgrim made
That the plague that laid the city low
Was the pestilence of Free Trade
Pittsburg Times
THE -ELECTION PRECINCTS
OF HOPKINS COUNTY THEY
NUMBER TWENTY
Every Voter Should Familiarize Himself
With the Several Bonndaries
lo obedience lathe requirements of an actor
the General Assembly of Kentucky entitled An
act lo recalate elections In this Commonwealth
approved June 30th 1891 It li now ordered that
the ill justices diitrlcti in Hopkins count be di
vided Into election precincts the place of voting
In each and the name and boundaries thereof to
be given below to wlt
LIST OP VOTING PRECINCTS IN TUB COUNT
OP HOPKINS
While Plains Precinct No 1 Beginning at the
mouth of Drakes creek thence up said cretk to
Ibe Christian county line thence with said county
line eastwardly to the mouth of the west fork of
Pond River thence down said rlrer to the begin
ning Voting place White Plains
Norlonvllle Precinct No In District No I
Beginning ai the Mans Hanks bridge on Drakes
creek thence with the Princeton and Greenville
road to the Den Davis old house on the Princeton
road thence south to tho N N 4 M V R R
thence weslwardty to the Buttermilk road to the
Christian county line thence with said county
line to where it crosses Drakes creek east of
Mannlngton thence down said creek to the begin
ning Voting place Norlonvllle
Mortons Gap Precinct No j In District No 1
Beginning at the Free Henry Ford on Pond River
thence a straight line lo Elisha W Sisks thence
a straight line 10 the Flat Creek bridge on the
Madlsonvllte and White Plains road thence up
said creek to its head near the Townes old farm
Ibence a straight line lo where Christian Privil
ege road crosses Richland creek near Wm Fin
leys thence a straight line 10 the Princeton road
near the Ben Davis old house thence with Ibe
Princeton and Greenville road to the Drakes
creek bridge near Mans Hanks thence down said
creek to Pond River thence down Pond River to
Ihe beginning Voting place Mortons Gap
Lake Earlington Precinct No 1 Districl No a
Beginning where the LIN crosses Flat creek
near Dulm Ac Williams mill tbence up said creek
tolls head near the Townes old farm Ihence a
straight line lo where the Christian Privilege road
crosses Richland creek lo where ibe Princeton
road crosses same west of John Youngs tbence
with said road eastwardly 10 Ihe southeast corner
of Judge Siska farm Ihence 10 the L A N R R
a little north of the old Diamond mines ihence
with said railroad to lha beginning Voting place
west side of railroad in Earlington
Southeast Earlington Precinct No J In District
No a Beginning where Ibe L 4 N K R crosses
Flat Creek near Dulin Williams mill ihence
down same 10 Ihe bridge on Ihe Madlsonville and
White Plains road Ibence a straight line 10 Elisha
W Sisks thence a straight line 10 the Free
Henry Ford Ihence with Ihe old Greenville road
to ihe mouth of a lane on said road near Hugh
Almons tbence a straight line to where the Ear
lington aud Morlona Gap road crosses the Hop
klnsvllle road ihence a straight line to the cast
end of Main street to the L N R R ihence
with said road southwardly to Ihe place of begin
nlng Voting place south of Main street and
east of railroad in Eailington
N E Earlington precinct No j in District No
1 Beginning where Main street crosses R R in
Earlington thence east with Main street lo ihe
cast of said town tbence a straight line lo where
Ibe Earlington and Mortons Cap road crosses the
llopklnsville road tbence a straight line 10 the
mouihof a lane near Hngh Almona on the old
Greenville road ihence with ibe old road to tbe
Free Henry Ford on Pondriter Ihence dowosald
river to the mouth of Flat creek ihence up said
creek lo a point near U T Todda house ihence a
straight line 10 the s e corner to J P Merrills
farm on the Madlsonville and Earlington road
thence to the L N R R a little north of the
old Diamond mines ihence with Ihe railroad 10
Ihe beginning Voting place north of Main street
and east of railroad In Earlington
Courthouse Precinct No 1 District No 3 lie
ginniog at Ihe center stone in Ihe town of Madl
sonville tbence east with Ihe Greenville road 10
Ihe Iron bridge on Pond River Ihence up Pond
River to ihe mouth of Flat Creek ihence up said
creek 10 a point near B T Todds ibence a
straight line to Grapevine church thence a slraghi
line to a southeast corner on J P Merrills farm
on Ihe Madisonville and Earlington road thence
with said road via the new mines lo ihe beginning
Voting place cast of Main street and aouth of
Mala Cross of Greenville street in Madlsonville
Elk Freclnct No In District No 3 Begin
ning ai ccuter stone In Ihe town of Madisonville
Ihence with Ibe Greenville road to the Iron bridge
on Pond River Ibence down said river 10 Ihe
mouth of Elk creek tbence up said creek to Wm
Hobgoods Ihence with ihe Hanson and Madison
ville road to Ibe beginning Voting place east of
Main atreet and north of Main Cross or Greenville
street in Madisonville
The Mill Precinct No 3 In District No 1 -Beginning
at center alone In the town of Madison
ville running with Ibe Madisonville and Hanson
road 10 Wm HobgoeJs Ibence a straight line to
Ihe Christian church in Ihe town of Manilou
ibence wlih ibe Graham lanyard road to Sandford
Adams boc wlb a straight Una 10 the Jinimls
Browo houit l lha wast end of Uain Cross street
tbsoct itilb said slrset la lb kttlanlnf Voting
place west of Main street and south of Main
Cross street In Madlsomille
Kitchen Precinct No 4 in District No 1 Be
ginning at the center stone in ihe town of Madlson
ville running Ihence with Main street and the
Madlsonville and Earlington road lo the southeast
corner of S P Merrills farm thence a straight
line lo ihe southeast corner of Jndge Sliks farm
en ihe Prlneeten road ihence with said road to
where it crosaos Richland creek ihence a straight
tine 10 where the lanyard road crosses Clear
creek near tee OBryants thence with said road
to Santord Adams including Sanferd Adams and
Bud Graham thence a straight line to the Jimmte
Brown house at Ihe west end of Main Cross street
hence with sstd street to the beginning Voting
place west of Main street and south of Main
Cross street In Madlsonville
Hsnson Precinct No 1 In District No 1 He
ginning at the mouth of Elk Creek thence up said
creek 10 Wm Ilobgooda on the Jackson road
thence wlih said road lo where the Hanson and
Nebo road crosses same near J W Browna
thence with said road to the L ft N R R in Ihe
town of Hanson thence with said railroad lo the
north end of deep cut thence a straight line Ic
where ihe Island Ford road crosses Oiler creek
Ihence with said road to Howells school house
thence a straight tine to Island Ford on Pond
Rlter Including W R Howell and Ihe Anderson
farm Ihence op said river to the beginning Vot
ing place east side of the railroad in Hanson
West Hanson Precinct No 1 In District No 4
Beginning at Wm Hobgoods on the Jackson
road thence a straight line to the Christisn chorch
In Msnltou on the Henderson road lo Ihe Webster
county line excluding Ed Allender and Wm
Simons thence with the Webster county line to
L ft N R R southwardly 10 where Main street
crosses said road in Ihe town of Hanson thence
with Ihe Hanson and Nebo road to the Jackson
road near S W Browns thenco with the Jackson
rosd to the beginning Voting place west side of
railroad In Hanson
Oak Wall Precinct No 3 in Disfict No 4
Beginning al the Island Ford on Pond River
thence down said river to Green River to the
mouth of Pitmans creek ihence with the Webster
county line lo the I N R R Ihence with the
railroad to the north end of deep cut thence to
the Island Ford bridge on Otter Creek Ihence to
Howells school house thence lo the beginning
excluding W R Howell and the Anderson farm
Voting place Oak Wall school house
Nvrth Nebo Precinct No 1 In District No 5
Beginning at Ihe Chtistlan church In Manitou on
the Henderson road thence with said road to Ihe
Webster county line near the Richard Bailey old
farm ihence with the said county line 10 the Nebo
and Providence road thence with said road to
Nebo thence with Nebo road lo the beginning
Voting place north of Main street In Nebo
South Nebo Precinct No s In District No J
Beginning al Ihe Christian church in Manitou
on the Henderson road running thence with the
Graham Ian yard road lo Clear Creek near Lee
OBryants thence down said creek lo the mouth
of Wirea creek Ihence up said creek lo Ihe pole
bridge near the Billy Mills old farm Ihence lo the
mouth of a lane al John Bainhllls thence lo the
Webster county line near John II Harktns Ihence
with the Webster county line to the Nebo and
Providence road thence with said road lo Main
street in Nebo thenco with lha Nebo and Madi
sonville road to the beginning Voting place
south of Main street In Nebo
Dalton Precinct No 3 In District No Be
ginning at Ihe mouth of Clear Creek on Trade
water River Ihence with the Webster county line
to John II Hatkins thence lo the mouth of John
Barnhilla lane Ihence lo ihe pole bridge on
Weirs creek near Ihe Billy Mills old farm Ihence
down Weirs creek 10 Clear Creek Ihence up
Clear Creek to Ihe Watson bridge on Ihe Nebo
and Chaileston road Ihence with aald road lo
where it crosses Ibe Madisonville and Dalton
road near Wm Sisks store thence a straight line
to Ihe mouth of a lane between Ben Llgon and
John II McGregor on the Princeton road thence
with said road 10 where ihe Nebo and Princeton
road crosses ihe Madisonville and Princeton road
near the Wm Brooks old bouse thence with tbe
Nebo and Princeton road to the Iron bridge on
Tradewater River near Devcrs old mill ihence
down said river to the beginning Voting place
Dalton
Charleston Precinct No r In District No 6
Beginning at the Iron bridge on Tradevtaier River
near the Devers old mill thence up said river to
lha mouth of Ihe cut-off-slough thence up said
slough 10 where the Evans mill road crosies aald
slough Ihence with Evans mill road to the Davis
Dunn old place on the Dawson and Charleston old
road thence to the Wm Bishop coal bank Ihence
to Ihe Wm Bishop old house ihence down Lick
Creek lo the Lick Creek bridgo on Ihe Madison
ville and Charleston road tbence with the Madi
sonville and Charleston road to Ihe Madlsonville
and Princeton roar1 Ihence with said road to
where Richland Creek crosses same ihence a
straight line to where the Graham tan vard road
crosses Clear Creek near Lee OBryants Ihence
down said creek 10 the Watson bridge on Ihe Nebo
and Charleston road thence with said road 10
where ll crosses the Madlsonvllls and Dalton
road near tbe Wm Sisk store thence to the mouth
of Ihe lane between Ben Llgon and John II Mc
Gregor on Ihe Princeton road thence wlih the
Madisonville and Pilncelon road 10 where it
crosses Ihe Nebo and Pilncelon road near Wm
Brooks old house Ihence with the Nebo and
Princeton road to Ihe beginning Voting place
Charleston
Dawson Precinct No a in District No 6 Be
ginning at Ihe mouth of cut-off-slough a little be
low Evans mill on Tradewater River thence up
said river lo the Christian county line thence
with aald county line 10 Murrays old mill on
Tradewater River thence to the Dr Harris house
on the Princeton and Greenville road thence to
Wm Bishops coal bank ihence to the David
Dunn old place on the Charleston and Dawson
road thence 10 the Evans mill road 10 where ll
crosses cut-off-slough thence down said slough
lo the beginning Vollng place Dawson
Itsley Preclnci No 3 in District No 6 Begin
ning at Murraya mill on Tradewater River tbence
a straight lino to the Dr Harris house on the
Greenville and Princeton road thence to the Wm
Bishop coal bank thence to Ihe Wm Bishop old
house near Lick Creek thence down Lick Creek
to Ihe bridge on the Madisonvillo and Charleston
road and with said road to the Madisonville and
Princeton road thence with said road to where it
crosses Richland Creek ihence up said road lo
where ll crosses Christian Privilege road thence
with said road 10 Ihe Cadis road ihence with said
road to the Christian county line 10 Tradewater
River Ibence with same 10 the beginning Voting
place Ilsley
SI Charles Precinct No 4 In District No 6
Beginning where the Christian Privilege road
crosses Sugar Creek near Wm Finleys ihence
a straigbi line to Ihe Ben Davis old house on tbe
Greenville and Princeton road thence south to
Ihe N N M V R R Ibence down said road
lo the Buttermilk road Ihence with said road to
the Christian county line near the George Terry
old farm ihence with said county line to the
Cadis road Ihencewiih said road to ihe Christian
Privilege road near the northeast corner of the
Esq Maulin old held ihence with said road lo
Ihe beginning Voting place Si Charles
Constipation
Symplons Headache low spirits erup
tive sores piles loss of appetite inactive
or irregular bowels According to tbe
best medical authorities fully three fourths
of the people of tbe civilized world suffer
in some form of costiveness or irregular
action of the bowels There is no doubt
that manv diseases are caused by constipa
tion Aside from creatine impurity of tbe
blood it cives rise to headache feer piles
debility etc Iiy using German Liver
Syrup the bowels liver and kidneys are
soon regulated and a complete cure is per
formed joe and 100 bottles at Robinson
Bros drug store
A GRAND HOUSE SHOW
Flat Animals from Et cry Ijrtofthe World
for tbe Great Fair
Lovers of fine horses will be
thoroughly satisfied when they
come to the worlds fair and see the
horse show which Chief Buchanan
of the agricultural department is
going to make This feature of
Mr Buchanans department is be
ing worked up with great care and
if his expectations meet with the
realization which he anticipates
there will be the greatest show of
fine horses in Chicago during the
progress of the fair that the world
has ever seen
There will be specimens of fine
horse flesh from every part of the
world where breeding and raising
of the equine is given any attention
This congregation of noted horses
will in itself make a show that
would inspire the brush of Rosa
Bonhcur The great Orloff broth
ers front Russia and the French
Dcm Sant family of fast steppers
will compare points with Sttnol
Axtcll and Americas best
Owing to the probability of there
not being sufficient space for Mr
Buchanans exhibit in the grounds
allotted to him at Jackson park ar
rangements will be made to have
the horse show held probably at
Washington park or at some point
that can be conveniently reached
from the main grounds
In line with Chief Buchanans
plan for the horse fair an offer was
recently received from M W Dun
ham of Wayne 111 guaranteeing
the money necessary for premiums
on the Dem bang family of lrcncli
trotters Mr Dunham represents
the French Coach Horse society
of America and the society through
him offers premiums on all prize
horses from five years of age down
On both stallions and marcs of the
first class a premium of one hun
dred and fifty dollars is offered
For the second third and fourth
classes fine medals arc offered for
the best stallion with five colts
two hundred dollars and medal
Also the same two hundred dollars
and medal for the best mare with
with two colts the latter being
family contests where the points
of all will be judged collectively
In addition to tins the 1 rencli
breeders have offtrcd as a prem
ium for the finest general collea
tion of French trotters a very
handsome full sized statue in
broonze of a typical French trotter-
This model is a production
of the great French artist Isadorc
Bonhcur who is a relative of Rosa
Bonhcur mace famous by her won
derful painting The Horse Fair
A reported outbreak of cholera at
metta N J created much excitement in
that vicinity Investigation showed that
the disease was not cholera but a violent
dysentery which is almust as severe and
dangerous as cholera Mr Walter Willard
a prominent merchant of tamesburc two
miles north of Helmetta says Chamber 1
Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy has given great satisfaction in the most
severe case of dysentery It Is certainly
one of the best things etermade For
sale by St Dernard Drugstore Earlington I
Ben T Robinson Mortons Gap George I
King St Charles
POINTS OX MUCKS
Some Interesting Facts Concerning the Histo
ry of Plain Ilulldlng Material
In a paper on Brick Manufac
ture recently published by F A
Calkins in the Transactions of the
American Society of Civil Engin
eers the following interesting his
torical facts were brought out
1 he art of brick making is sup
posed to have originated in the
ancient times with the powerful
races found in Egypt Chaldea and
China in the old world and in
Mexico and Peru in the new The
ruins ot buildings and tombs left
in these countries testify that they
were skillful builders Rawlinson
states that the dimensions of bricks
baked by the Chaldeans were 1 1 XA
inches square and ilA inches thick
and those of later date 13 inches
square and three inches thick All
are familiar with the Egytian meth
od of tempering clay with a stick
and drying in the sun 3000 years
ago Compare the ancient meth
od with the practice at the present
time in any small towns where
bricks are made or even at the
brickyards on the Hudson there
pug mills will be found in opera
tion which are only a combination
of several sticks and a mule and
green bricks are still dried in the
sun the samc as was practiced by
the ancientsshcwing little advance
in 3000 years
The first bricks manufactured
and burned in this country were at
New Haven Conn in the year
1650 and the next city to claim
early manufacture is Philadelphia
where they were made thirty five
years later in 1685 Ihe first
brick machine of which we have
any record was made in Philadel
phia in 1840 It was a soft clay
machine operated by horse power
This machine was destroyed in
1844 during a riot caused by the
bnckmakers fearing it would take
bread out of their mouths In 1847
a dry clay machine was made in
the latter city That the molding
of bricks by hand can be done rap
idly was clearly demonstrated at
Cincinnati in 1832 The molding
of 9 000 bricks was then consider
ed a regular days work In a con
test at this city between two expert
moldcrs working from sunrise to
sunset one molded 24700 and the
other 25470 A similar number
were molded in a contest in Phila
delphia at a later date
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COMPOUND
A recent discovery by an old
physician Successfully used
monthly by thousands of La
dies It is Ihe only perfectly
safeandrellablemediclnedls
covered lleware of unprln
cipleddrueglstswho oiler in
frlnr mflirlnia in nlarA nt
iuis ask ior uooK a cotton kooi compound take
no substitute or inclose 11 and 6 cents in postage
in letter and we will send sealed by return mall
1 ull seated particulars in plain envelope to ladles
only two stamps Address
POND LILY COMPANY
No 1 Pilher IllnrV Dplrnil sllrh
Sold In Earlington and by first class druggists
everywhere
BOOT AND SHOE -MAKER
Also males
HARNESS AND SADDLERY
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dons at
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TONSORIAL ARTIST
North Side of Drug Store
Railroad St EARLINBTON KY
or Hair Cut this is the place
Childrens hair cutting a specially
Father
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And augmented with several of the best
performers in the country are pre
pared to furnish music
For Parades Concerts funerals Wed
dings Receptions Halls
And all occasions where strictly first class
music is required
A W GIBSON - HENDERSON Kv
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Successor to Ceo W Figelcy
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Watches Clocks Etc
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A cortaln euro for Chronlo Soro Eye
Tetter Salt Rboum Scald Head Old
Chronlo Sore3 Fever Soroa Eczema
Itch Prairlo Scratches Soro Nipples
nnu rues it Is cooling and soothing
Hundreds of cases havo becu cured by
it after all other treatment bad fallod
It U put up In 25 and CO cent boxes
lor sale at
St Bernard Drug Store Earlington
George Kings St Charles
Hen T Robinson Mortons Gap
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If you want a first class Shave Shampoo that tiik l vis n Tr i
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Almost everyone is now buying
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DRY GOODS DRY GOODS
October 1st we started in with our new line of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
The handsomest stock of Dry Goods to be
found in Hopkins County
They are going off with a rush Take a look
through our Crowded Stores1
un
Dont put off inspecting our immense
Stock until it is too late
Our
LADIES and GENTS UNDERWEAR
YOU CANT DUPLICATE
FOR QUALITY AND CHEAPNESS
We can supply anything
no greater
progress than in
vou mav
want
CLOTHING CLOTHING
Our Stock of CLOTHING is SIMPLY IMMENSE
ODD PANTS AT YOUR OWN PRICE
Take a look through our Clothing Department It will pay you
FOOTWEAR FOOTWFAR
Among all the ordinary useful arts there has been
Shoes
The progress has been practical Shoes are better more scientific
in shape Cheaper The used-to-be Shoe has been
found out It is no longer sold
We have ONLY PRACTICAL and COMMON SENSE SHOES
SHOES FOR EVERYBODY TO WEAR
Our Shoe Department upon close inspection paralyzes
all Competition Buy your Shoes of us
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FURNITURE
For a HOUSEKEEPING OUTFIT come to us
We have every kind of
FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD WARES youll care for
Every grade that is worth having Our prices are the very lowest
Groceries Groceries
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It is useless to speak of Groceries We have everything in that line and vou know
prices are the LOWEST and that you are treated fairly and
squarely trading with us
A word to the wise in this instance is sufficient
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