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M-- - - THE BREOKENRIDaE .KEWi CLOYERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANTL VRY 27 , 00! Ki VOL. XVI. 1892. To throw nsido that old etovo and Itockety ' i V V V v . EVERY MONTH Shows a gratifying increaso in tho amount of Exchange and Custom work wo are doing, and i r. ... RY-AI HOI FRFD'R-fA- l IN- - r.f j b&& 4 d vws fr-.-vr l r rySL4 flflR xk5MAi "5ftajpi.T?S 1891' EVERY DAY H ,W .COPYRIGHTED PREYS' ASSCIAT1N CiiAJfi ii"i WK HAKK Brings encuiiiiiging wonls from our customers They invariably Bay MtKtK HV NKllir A ''Give me some more of the same kiiiu, , kgf KAl,S' TO II A.M i" l.llll UfV. All)!'.l) thirty yards, ami tliellltn light from tho swnjing lantern wu not sufficient to enable us to see each othei's forms Since leaving the Htatipn Bell and I had walked holding each other's liimd-- t so a to be able to communicate without speaking when the time for action cauio. Bell pressed my hand aud drew me away in tho direction of tho line, but before wo hud gone five paces he turned suddenly to the right, for iu the distunt left there were a few lights burning that Indicated habitations A steady east wind and the swish of the rain prevented our being heard, if Indeed the guard took any notice of our depurtuie, which Is doubtful We crossed a ditch, knee deep with water, and were In the act of climbing a fence that rose nbove it, when the old man to the rear Bhouted out: "Uffictrof the guard! Officer of tho guardl' "Whnt's up back there?' camo from the front. "A prezner'adoneglveout back heah." was the reply "Haiti" came a Bhont from the advance Then followed a torrent of oaths, both loud aud lieice, as the man with the best lantern made his way back through the crowd Without waiting to see or hear more Bell und melt started olf on u line at right uugles to the approaching light The wind nnd ruin favored us, us well us the loud talking of the men ut the rear of the line und the angry imprecations In a minute we came to of the officer another feuco. over which we clambered, and looking back wo could see that the Of the lanterns were still stationary points of the compass we had only the faintest notion, but we inferred from the position of the train, which was headed west when we left it. and the direction takn since that wo were traveling "uigh bout no'th." us Bell pnt it We were in no condition to decide on If not already missed from the a plan line, our pscape would certainly be detected when the prisonors weie counU.il again, m they Invariably were every time they entered the prison, and then .pnrsnlt would be imjdg. Our WIS objeyj wus to put us great a distance as possible between ourselves und Millen in the few hours left before daylight. With this understanding, we started off nguln ufter a few lUnutcs'liult, but all hope of rapid progress was checked by finding ourselves in u dense wood with n particularly thick and stubborn under growth . Boon the faint glow of the lanterns died out behind us. und it was only by keeping our hands extended that we could make any headway. The woods were as dark us the bottomless pit In the Mammoth cuvo. and the opposing trees comielled so many detours from what was intended to be u straight line that we soon lost all idea of direction and were not at all sure that wo were not drifting back on our own trail Yet the intense impulse to be moviug, tho overwhelming desire to get out of reach und our determination to die rather than be recaptured gave us a fictitious stiength nnd a tireless energy. At length the woods fell uwny about us und tho undergrowth was less anuoy-ing- . We were evidently In u clearing aud .tho deep haying of a dog in the distance suggested that we were near a hninnn habitation Ou thin trip I learned how deceptive the ears ure und how dlf ficult It Is to tell of the direction from which sound comes If we ure not expecting it from u certalu quarter, or If the eyes cunnot supplement the hearing "We mis niii l got no use for no dog. we una nln't lost liny." was Boll's commev as the bulking continued, without ut indicating the direction ftoin which .. came. After some minutes we decided that tho dog was off to the left whul wo supposed wus the west so we kept straight uhead, ending n foncelebs field nnd coming to unother wood, which we entered nt once. By this timo tllP rain had ppnsed. bnt as wo were thoroughly sonlced nnd the trees still dripped and the undergrowth kept us in u constant shower bath, tl- -s did not make much difference. The daylight, for which our eyes had been hungering, at length came, enabling us to avoid tflt trees, and revealing- - to each tho lean unxinn fupp of tlio other. Mice "II the Tennessee mountaineers whom I liuvo mot. Bell had much of tho stoicism, or it may be philosophy, which we attribute to the Indian Iu the most trying situations he never became excited, though after un actual danger was pyer ho would become nervous in speaking of It. undgn buck to It again and again like n child wljii lifts hud nn unusual experience As we stood there In the woods, sad. hungry, weary und undecided on everything but one, Bell drew u long breath nnd delivered himself" something after this fashion "We uim planned un planned nn planned to git uwny from the Jtebs till hit Bpeifled x If we tins inout git heartbroke, jiow, Unr wns ' hfilp In li taw. hit seemed notnii could be safur'n that; but along cnnie a cuss an Jerked the hull caboodle out nn then It looked doggouo bluo fo. we tins. That you tins must nllow." I acknowledged the entlro accuracy of Ulls And that is what wo aro doing "fast as possible. If you have not tried us, do so at once, and supply yourself with tho .."Z Itf w- Best Flour AND -:- - WK SAW AS OLD WII1TK UEAItDED NKQItO. Like every rnllro.id within tho Confederate lines in thefuiniuierof 1801, that Meal yr "We Manufactured in the state. servo you promptly any day in the week. If you want to buy Flour Dr Meal, send us your orders. Prices quoted on application. Respectfully, leading west from Savannah was in 11 very bad state and the rolling stock was quite in keeping with the roadbed. Thii miles an hour was considered good speed for a passenger train, but, us prisoners were carried in freight cars, and on a freight schedule or on no schedule at all, delays on Bidings were frequent, and a knowledge of the distuueo to be traveled gave no idea of the time when one might expect to reach his destination. It was about 'J o'clock in the afternoon of June SI when wo left Savannah, and the oflleer in charge of the guards. Lieutenant Georgia, Grimes, of the Thirty-secon- d told us that ho expected to get to Macon, about 100 miles away, tho nest day nt noon. We left Cainp Davidson in a driving rain, which poured down, almost withhours. out cessation, for twenty-fou- r JRVINGTON, KY. Although close to the hole which Bell had cut in the bottom of tho cur and ho lay, 1 wont to sleep, as 1 have known weary VCtCVl.l.SPldiers to do when lying down under fire. "ft'lWW. near midnight when 1 was aroused by the stopping of the train and the beating of the rain on the roof. Bell's whisper and his hand on my arm assured me that he BRANDENBURG, KY. was near and dispelled drowsiness. We stop the - supposed and train had comeit to n dark -- : Do water, and us was for wood We'xe been Hiked that queition a hundred Inside und out, and all tho conditions we times lately bjr people who bought atourttore, were hoping for bceined to be ut hand, good they were ured to paying double the wo were about to drop through tho hole We got to the track, when the door nt the side money for. But don't wajte wonder. goods honeitly, paid good money for them was thrown violently open and a man the lantern above hln and they are our to throw away, give away appeared, holding a We head. or aell away under our regular pricfi. "Guards, turn out here!" he shouted. thooie to do the last, you owe It to jcune'f to Tho two guards, who lmd been sleepBlock up at tbeae unheard of come around and ing, one at each end of the cur, crept prices- over the recumbent prisoners and got out through the door that was open. CTnfSTn$ With the voice of ono In authority and The last chano of your life to secure Overblessed with good lungs, the tame man coats at your own (rice. called in: 1 lot Men's overcoats w'h $1 5 00 r.d'd to $10 00 "The prisoners must got out here!" 7 90 " " 10 llfl 1 "Is this MnconV" some one asked . 0 00 (i ' 8 TO " 1 No: it's Millen," said the man. Q 00 S 00 i " 1 ' 1 9H ' "But ain't we going on to Camp Ogle35 ii 1 RYIH .'. MILLING CO., .. "CVCP-iyJc- Geo. Yeakel & Co. How CanWe It hounds nnO Instinctively 1 loolccd ubout for a club. Tho light on tho clouds ga o ns the compiled points, nnd told us that we hud been traveling cast instead of north. We pushed on again, und kept on till the sun began to cast shadows, and we were brought to u halt on the batiks of n swollen creek thnt flowed south to the Ogoecheo, us wo subsequently learned. We kept up tho cteek till we came to u phosphate quarry on the edge of a iinrsh, and the corduroy road leading out f this place told that it hud been recently workfd. While we were debating what to do next we heard the rumble of wheels in tho dlbtance. accompanied by the cracking of a vl,!p and the continued flouting which the drivers of army mules nnd farm oen niiiclder v) esentl.il to progress. There was no telling bj the olte wlietlnr llif man wan white or black fol the accent of t he uneducated uiilh em whites is much like that of the negro. Iiideei"., my friend Bell, who had all the characteristic pride of the mountaineer and very naturally looked upon himself as vastly superior to the slave or the cracker, spoke much the same dialect, and with the suite intonation and contempt for the final r's As the team was approaching ns, we drew back into the swampy woods und waited Soon we found that there weie two men, for in the Intervals of shouting at the oxen the driver was add less-ina coiiimuioii in about the lame stentorian tones At length mid to our greut relief the oxen, drawing a heavy two wheeled curt on which were seated two colored men, cuine iu view. The curt wus turned ut the opening to the pit und was loaded with pics, burs and shovels that had been housed iu u little structure ut ur by. Although we listened Intently, it was Impossible t" learn anything us to our whereabout from the talk of tlnw two "Totr's gi, she 'ain't it doiu men. right." was the burden of their uon vernation, nnd us they were evidently of one mind on this subject, it wus curious to hear them agreeing with the force of affirmation that distinguishes a legisla tive debute. Waiting till the wngon wus loaded, we came out from our hiding place and confronted the negroes. Tho phrase "struck dumb" exactly expresses their state of mind on seeing us. Their eyes seemed nctuully to turn nil white as they looked ut us. At length I relieved their anxiety by calling out: "Don't bt afraid, boys, we mo friends!" "Wha what did yeh come Tom, an who Is yehv asked the man with tho whip It amused me very often to hear the vigor with which Bell proclaimed himself "a Yankee," meaning, Of course, n -- Union Ifil'l- l- .' the negro's question ho rcpueu; "Wo uns is 'scnpln Vaniree soldiers, nnd wo uns want you uns tojjelp." "Good Lorl' exclaimed tlioSS''ond man. "If you's Yankees, whar's yer g 47 Dow ' 1$ -- pic! s hi Good s Time 3- !" And co, no to our house and purchase something that is durable and cheap. Our Kood of all at id our prices make it possible for every household to be will furnished, hot,, ,A the pari m. Don't buy a thing until you get our prices. Vo are the money save iuiu i RURlSXI'TUFi ceraa: aiiu o OUJjpilCS. J orasGaaaaaaasaaaaaDoaaaaa SPH H, TOBAC KtjOE 03 r sai s LOAD& a - FLOIJ -toWlt?Psn"v?nU3E-I)C,you'tm,l- ke : aj & our Chnt-te- f KVAiwoi). e t? ry tlt as well, Ma'am. Ok Store amu as whence sugM an mIaba nn ii:ar I J. tvitiss miiw Dtr Liusn s7t ?... il i Jftn-Sf- f Sav'aTluM ihwTW mWMEtt&5Sf .Tn"ft IW tell" " a ...,.. .. - - . t.i. m MUil . b UOTO ' - .. IU Wis It'll nvurvrnilif i 'ii tiijiiiiiih CfflMSP ft oagaspg-xia- a jj4qa3qaD3 gMvamoTOVnV7iSrVri?r oven ?..M" 'Mm nHvru ? hwi ? every live VhlimtSr ir.i jswST.rfj&sa . C( infill wiiero mcy naven't got a Cuartir Oalc Stove orjliance. c fr 1 know they Wouldn't i ffKEiSS o near "as niS fr. n&EH.!KX r". It iu V. 'ffiuiffiiYiiSSJS ",.". "."" "n. KW Av flOS """" HENSLEY, JOLLY FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, Jedge Waxem's Political Proverbs. BELIEVES IN LA GRIPPE Detroit free Tress Sir Edwin Arnold Says It Came on There air some very nblo nnd honcht Like a Nemesis for His Scoffing'. statesmen that you can't trust in n Xkw Yoiik, Jan. 17. Sir Ikluin Ar. boss-trad- a333333333aJ DEJERNETTE, HARDINSJ OUR JANUARY ' , e. :- guns?" AUCTION PRICES AT thorpe?" Geo. Yeakel UNTIL 1 1 1 1 & ' " Co.'s, TIME. 60 STOCK TAKING ii ii 12 40 tf. lot Mtn's suits w'h $IB 00 reduced to $13 it ii ii 00 7 &0 f 00 " 7 SO 4 98 One lot nf Ladles' fine shoes wortb $3 00 $2 49 Iteduced to , One lot of Ladles' due shoes worth $3 60 1 98 Iteduced to One lot of Ladles' One shoes wortb $1 75 1 24 Reduced to One lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth $1 25 95 Reduced t One lot of Ladles' heavy shoes worth 69 i... f 1 10 Reduced to One lot of Men's boots to closs wortb $2 94 $4 00 reduoed to One lot of Men's boots to close wortb I 98 00 reduced to One lot nf Man's boots to close worth , - 1 50 $2 50 reduced tu Ono lot of Men's sauplo boots to close 1 25 to $5 00 reduced to... wortb ??.-5- "Not that I'm uwure of; 1 reckon we can care for you here." Then, In an voice: "Come, hurry up' I don't want to xtand here all night." Bell and mjhelf were the last men to leave the car, but fortunately the hole in the bottom escaped the notice of the man with the lantern As boon as the prisoners were out we were formed by fours, my companion and myself bringing up the tear with a neither prisoner tvlio whs Huftertng from lutlaunuulory rheumatism nnd who moved with much pain Htid difficulty Somebody rear the head of the lino called out How far are we to march, captain?" 'It's h right smart walk for u night like this." wiw the uiixntisfuetory 'Tonight, If we nns Is shot fo' hltl" whispered Bell, and he emphasized his words by n grip on my aim The gnard at the rear of the line, evidently of the "home" variety, was a tall, gaunt man of hlxty. with u dejected air u slouchy walk and an ntter lack of Interest iu the count nf the prisoners that was made us boon us we left tho ears There were live lanterns along the lino, nnd excepting that carried by the mnn who seemed to have taken command, they were all circnlar. tin ttfluin with porforatlnnf. through whieh the light of When the tallow dip within strained the line was formed tho nuiinwt of these lantern" was about thirty feet to our front, nnd wus curried by n limn who stood oil about ton feet to the left of the line. "We were prisoners und escaped from I replied. Then, determined to leap into their good graces at a bound. I uddod: "Our people will soon be along with gnus, and you will nil be freo. Now we are tired and hun gry, and we waut you to help us." Tho fear and doubt vanished from the faces of the men. and they at once expressed u willingness to do everything in their power They told us that Millen. ton miles to the west, .was in Burke county, nnd that we were now on tho 'Lainnr place, iu Soriven county, and about eighteen miles from tiylvuuia, tho county seat, nnd "a right smart long day's drive from de Savannah ribbah, jos' 'bout east," Their muster "hud done gone to de wall, but young Massn Bert was home sick," nnd there were four white ladies ut the house Ike, the man with the whip, aud evidently the mnn with the hend, finally laid down thi programme; Thete wus no danger that nny white man would come out to the "gypsum pit," ns he called the quarry, so he advised that we spend the day there, and he promised to scud us out provisions us soon us it could "Wo can't do be done with safety. nuflln else two" night," ho mid, "nd twel diU timo comes I'll put in somo But trust in powahfu! licks de Lor of Hosts, tnastuhs, dnts do strongest holt yens hez got now." "An you 11 send we uns somo grub," suggested Boll, adding as an incentivo, "I'm so doggone hungry 1 could eat a mule and chr.se the rldah." Milieu last night." TO P.B OQrlTWUHD.J Wmi by Ciin Mutton. fi "Do you see that peculiar looking stud that man is wearing ou his shirt front?" said a hotel clerk the other day, pointing to u gentleman standing near by, find on wliose expansYfl bosom, was, fastened. gqi bnttft'l wjtl ft bird, in, Much pimmej upon it. "Tlmt piuu s ii St, Loula drummer, apu ho has. l)eei wearing t'lHt stud for DrQ5$ GoOfJ5 Wo are offering tomotblng fine in Dress 0 cods which can nut bo found at any other bouse. They compose the remainder of Fine Dress Uoods bought early in the season and must be sold. You will never bava another such a chance to get a nice Dress and get it cheap. They will not not last lung, Com early if you trant choice.' M GEO. YEAKEL & CO. f ,; BRANDENBURG, KY. Hassecurod durtagl892 H. HMer Haggatd, W, S. Norman Loekyr George ICerldltb, Uenaa Dojlej Andrew Lang, Hark Twain, St. Oeorge Mlvtrt, J Chandler Harris. Badyard Klplligi William Blaok, R. Louis Stevenson. Mary E. Wllklni.- W. Clark Enuell, Frances Hodgson Burnett, And many other dlstlnguUlied writers. Is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper In the world. Price pp. a copv. Bv mail $2 a vear. , The Sunday Sun yUdroNH ' 'fIC SU.V, Sew VrU. The guards must see that the prlhon-er- a are kept closed up'" This command came down the line from the innifwith the best lantern, then the orilef "Alnrvll!" won given, and we started 'oil through mud so thick and tenacious that II threatenod to pnll our It was not till boots off t every step we got away from the lights of the shabby little station that we realized how Intensely dark it was. j Before we hwl gone ttW rani the line had lost fonilHtf nn and nrWiiiier und guards were rtrnjrgltoa und stuggrriiiK 'flimngh the mud Although, hidpoi ahum by two rheumatic uouirnde Hnaliy friend. came lo a stop'uud wild to the guard yon can kill ine If yon wuut to. for it will kill me tu go another bundled yards. I'm played nnt." Thar ain't no way to tote you as 1 we," said the perplexed guard 'Can't you get usti etcher or un ambulance?" some one asked "We ain't got no sich things In Mil len ess I ever heard on." said the guard We lmd u mie to n halt, and mean-yrljll- e the others had gone pn twenty j)r -- or "Wu'nl. then thar was tho nun, continued (jell, "to most men that wouldn't ' looked eucourugin. bqt hlt'u the very best thing could V happened fo wo uns, cost hit won't gin the dogs no show." On my expressing surprise, ho explained: "The wet ground won't hold scent, nnd "An honest pill is tho noblest work of hit's been purty much 'bout like wudln DoWitt'a Little Early through a crick since wo uns lit out; so ' tlf apothecary." (rtui not Inn lf I ixn antiaa thurll bo no doga out this inawnln, an Dlnik., miMkii und sick henducho. Sold by Short & hit' a comrort to think o' that." I understood hla allusion to blood Unyjies. nWel''t twenty years t'l my knowledge," ndded tho clerk, "It WHS twenty yeurs agq that he muuied a relative of Patrick, Egan, of Nebrnskili Previous (p tai ('in? a pertain yqung; hiisjpeM jnnn oj Chicago, was hIso courting her, nnd nmong the pienents he onco gave nor wns H pair of enfif buttons, of which that stud was one. The rival saw these buttons ono day on tho young lady's cuffs, nnd in jest purloined one of them nnd placed it In his sliirt front. When leaving tho house nfter.vutd ho encountered- - tho Chicago suitor, who spied the jewel. An PJtphwwUon wns unnn.ied. pf tHp J'flH3 jiuly np-- ' pn nn.gn fcenp fplloweq, nm ha (Jhtcngo man left in i huff. When the St. Louis drummer call" tho next time he proposed und Was After their piarrlagohls wifq toll him that had the Chicago lover proposed fiist, which he undoubtedly ".vpnld, Jmvp iIhup but tlte puff button episode, she would have accepted him, Ever uincp that time the happy husband has been wearing that button, nnd moiiey could not buy it of Jilm." Sun FruncUco Call. fr nold is nt tho Everett House, confined to Tho sperrit of Andy Jackson still his room with tho grip. His physician lives. has told him that it will probably be No mnn is agin the Inrill ef it pays four or flvo duys before he may go out, him not to bo. must bd very careful or sernnd thnt ho Tho ballot box nnd tho contribusliun ious results may follow. box is seperit institutions. "I never believed that thero was nny Whcnn woman has n baby to miss such Ihihgjw la grippe," said Sir Edwin sho nin't tlilukln' mutch nbout votin,. when tho this evcnlncT''tAVl8 a scollcr Wo open our pasters frcjotojthojorld rest of tho world ibu fwnnt tho grass tramped to I said it was nothing but n serious tkth. lmd eomo upon Iho peojde nnd cold thnt Ef Uncle S.un diden't know ho could they were making of It n new ill como to lick tho world he'd be goin' 'round d tho displnguo mankind. I trylu1 to. ease, and now it has como upon mo like Somo Congressmen nln't mutch moro a Nemesis Tor my scolling. My throat than n spooled dog under tho wngon. is ns sore na if there were strings of barbed wiro drawn through it, nnd I nm OF ( Diseases which nillkt tired, oh, so tired " And tho poet turndue to disorders ed over nnd groaned in ngony. Sir FOUU (.of the blood. In fact, if Kdw iu'n New York dates have been tho vital fluid is kept in good condition, nnd it is not believed ho will lec- the tendency to nny discuso is lessened ture hero again. A hnrmless vegetable by i remedy, which demises tho blood, Recommends it to Everyone. "Thinking that a word from mo might should bo tnken occasionnlly by every ono. In tho young, it assists in the debo tho cause of others receiving benefit S I wrlto to say that I velopment of tho body nnd mind. In from your 8. S. have beon n sufTerer from Eczema, tho ndult, it helps nature to keep up tho which my doctor culled pink heads. equilibrium of strength, which is taxed Small blisters would form on my limbs, by tho lnbor nnd cares of life. To tho would break nnd oozo, nnd causo Inrgo old nnd thoso with tho infirmities qf nge, for its tonic and sores to form. Tho odor urislng would it is invnluablo strengthening powers, to prevent disbo very disagreeable, nnd I would often eases w Inch aro so often fatal to old peobo laid up from ono to two weeks nt n out ple. This remedy is Swift's Specific (S. time. Tho dlsenso would brenk S. S.) It clears out nil tho gorms nnd nbout every two months. I tried varpoison, nnd builds up tho human organreious physicians nnd.trentmcnts, but ism. Wo w ill mnil freo n vnlunblo book no permanent relief until I wns ceived to nil applicants. induced to try S. S. S., nnd felt tho beneSWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Go. fit from it in n few duys. I continued tho use of it until I lmd taken thrco bottles, wltfoli wis over u yenr ago, nnd I have not lmd tho Ecxemn since. I believe it is thoroughly eradicated from my system. I feel sure thnt S. S. S. is tho grentest blood remedy, nnd I would If you wisb recommend it to everyone nlllictcd with to atlvertis? nny form of blood poison, far I beliovo and need instruction, send ono dollar they will rcpelvo lilo benefits that I for our "Book for Advertiser." A have." little study of that book will enable you to decide what you ought to do, .T.vo. A. IHnitn, Louisville Ky. and give an Idea ut tao probable coat. n AVe will mail freo to nny address If you Instruct most vnlunblo trentiso on tho blood nnd to place a certain amount of ad vor. skin. tlslntc for you In tho way we think Will do you tbomo't Kood, you should SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Gn. send an explicit statement of what you wish to accomplish, and mako J(PV VlirH lHrnii' (.eugue, Huttablo arrangements for payment. Your order will then recehoall the The Now York State Purmors' league, attention that it requires. which mot iu Uticu lust month, charged If you wisb its legislative commltteo with tho preparation und presentation of bills tT) Mlvertteeroept at tho coming session of tho stato prepared and n plan of fulYertlsing marked out ; tQ bQ told what iwpcra legislature us follows: To establish you shQu'il uso. and what tho tost tho legal rate of Intorest at 5 por furnish )lll lie, wo willtho pliuv the advercent.; to equalize taxation by taxing real tisement and vtllier or both, and submit them for your pen. and jwrsonal property nllko! to direct (deration, together VfUU our blU fur tho service, that goods nnd artiojos tuin,ufnotu.ro( by conviuts in stato prisons bo sold abroad preparing nnd not nt homo! nnd thnt tho proceeds of bucIi sales bo divldod equally botwoen Nrt!serTKi7t? tho prisonors und tho state; to proveut tho odultonttiou of food nnd drinks; to ug adt (air thu fuuillment of contractu we amend the highway laws sq that the nrqpal'l by a rommlsalon allowed by building of public- roads nluU not bo the publisher of the paper in which under stato, hut n,dor county nianngo-inon- t: tho adv crtlsomcnt appears. to niuond tho not creating tho If you want to lean? stnto board of railroad commissioners all tho Ins and outs of advertising by Increasing tho number of commiswithout nny cost or trouble, read sioners to flvo nnd giving representation VniNTKits' Ink rcsularly, carefully, studiously ; Issued weekly, U a year. o fanners and mechanics. If you wish a complcto catalogna of all nowtpapcni, rend 5 for thuAioxrlt can Xewspaiier Directory. You don't want n torpid liver, You For nny further lnformatloa mtdreta don't want a bod comploxion. You don't GEO. P. HOWELL Cr want a bad breath. You don't want n Then uso DoWitt's Little Newspaper Advertising Bureau, headache. 10 SPRUCE ST., NEW YORK. Enrly ltisers, tho famous little, pills. Sold by Snort A Hnynes. thouBiiHt-JjJl'.Ulip'lis-eascan-rolle- d, CLEARING ft 're Is now in full blast. A large stock of CLOTHING, DRY GOODS BCfOTS -, ancl'SHOEsT " - NOTIONS, GROCERIES GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS :, . LADIES DRESS GOODS :- UNDERWEAR 3 at Bottom Prices. three-fourth- For the next sixty days we offer special indue our trade and those who come first get the pun. WITT $c ME ADO HARDINSBUl HARRY 6UENTHER 401-4- 07 & Bi East Main St., OTTsTZEHSrSIBOIKO, IKS C . $ :E3Isr From C3-ITIG- SI to 600 horse power. DO GENERAL To Advertisers 1 FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUS uj Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Saw and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Keop in Stock Now and Second-hanMachinery, Steam and Hand Pumps; Gum and Leather Bolting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Gc Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machino Ous, And all kinds of Mill and Machino Supplies. PRICES and all business guaranteed to ho satisfactory. ST Correspondence solicitod. d -- GIYB TJS A Centenarian. Mr. Fanner laying down his paper "Well, well, old man O.itsy is dead nt Inst nnd tho paper says ho was n contcn-nrlnI didn't know thnt." Mrs. F. (snrprlscd) "No nor I. I tlioii(;lit lio was a Methodist. Detroit Freo Press. iBiioruneo n. -- A. CALL. Por nl-li- w your beauty Bleep." Considerate. "What tiino did you i night, Hnrry?" llusband "Fivo o'clock a. t Wife "What do you mean in ntsuch nn hour?' Husband "well, lovo, yiout it Uecauso l dicin t want in tho midd o of tho night Wlfo Detroit liltlo pills regnluto tho liver, euro lieatl-nchdyspopsiu, bad hreuth, consltpntion nnd biliousness. Sold y Short & Hnynes. of thu uieritn of DoWitt's Dyepopsia and indigestion wo LIttlu luuly ltisers is n misfortune. Thoso you flesh, but Lightning Bio o, will. Mr. II. Hood, Foleom, writes: "I had Buffered eeveii from dyspepsia, aud tried mm dies for relief, received nono unt C., Accart'lntf to Muster McDaniol tho' StAtoUnint'o of Now llnmiwhlro doublod in membership during tho year 1891. In round numbers tho momborship nt present is 10,000. con-stltuti- ou gan to uso Lightning Blood EHj rafter taking three bottles I another man, and have go pounds of Meek. It baa dono gr for me, it ha cured me of vrl Tho Qrango of Illinois bus declared la havo caused my dftth. X do tato to rtHXmmwnd U to the favor of nn uincndmont to. tho state nllavltgv omen. tho- right to e.xperiene turn taught tue - ftotl mliiH.'' - Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY (NO D, A '27. 189 VtHGtL G. I1AIUIAOIC, Kitltort anil rroptlelon. Ii., St. I.. A: T. Local Time Card. 10.01 a.m. Mll and Express going East 10.44 if Xxpress . " Iocs., freight i " " West West East Eait West a.m. p.m. 9 48 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. 5.&7 H, has skipped leaving a shortage In Rrnccounta of $1,000. lluaii Gaines, CityTrcnsurorof lrank. AV. K. Barnes has been appointed a r :You buy afi low us you can. That's common sonso. Notary Public. $-Mrs. Emma Wudo has returned to her You buy of us. That's dollars and cents? for both of us. home in this city. veiixor lJuckncr pain to mo Mrs. Patrick Dillon was visiting at , week that ho would not ho n Glendcano last week. it for Congress from the Fourth Mr. Joe Busby, wasivisiting his parents In Indiana last week. gitN&B Brown hna appointed Xich- J. II. Glasscock made his first visit to hogs. kDowell, of Boyle county, to huc- Loulsvillo last Tuesday. Brandy took a drop last Saturday, if Biarlea Y. JtVilson, State Commis- :- -1 Miss, Mary Bowmer returned from you don't believe it, ask Attorney Ham&&Agriculture. Cloverport yesterday. ilton. GUSTON. Mrs. Frank Ifaswell left yesterday to Tho Moorman-Puse- y suit was comproanother big brick plant which -- : :visit her mother in Ohio county. mised last week, and it is now out of tho hero in tho spring, this city lup The snow is making a fine covering Tlio will of Jfsiah Piles was admitted courts. frnish employment to eighty or n for tho wheat crop. to probato in tho County Court last week. A. Laurman, Cincinnati, and A. J. id men in that Kislness alone. n Grippe has been hero before, but Como and bring your boys if you want Brooks, Viibuna, Ala., were in tho city AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAAAAAAAAAXAAXAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA never with such success as now. (Ivo has gone as far as ho has tho to dress 'em up cheap. Beard & Beeler. Friday. For a while some folks were wonderho will ask Con. to go, and that Wines, whiskeys, brandies at bottom The Brandenburg correspondent to the jto give him authority to tnko such ing when winter would begin, now some figures. J. II. Glasscock. New Albany Tribune did not get in his necessary arc wondering when it will end. lor actions as may become Now is your chance to get a overcoat, work last week. Mr Ilynn Hunger made a business trip Georgo Worland, tho old maid, has Kiu, lias boon introduced In the to Irvington last Friday. Ho reported shawl, cloak or wrap at Beard & Heeler's And be convinced that our prices are right. for a trille. found herself, nnother cat which she Mbflato providing that railroads be it a busy day for tho Irvinglon'mill. We shall ojion for the Spring Trade a stock cf I allowed to clmrgo more than two Go to John Piles for a good shavo and keeps In tho drug store. Mr. Will .McCoy, of ISowleyville, camo hair cut. Shop up stalls over J. II. GardClothing that everyjgarment will be warranted i a milo for passenger transporta- Charles Allen left Friday night to Is liable to break out at any moment. It may bo declared beforo this out here last week visiting relatives and ner's store. his "cubbing" in tho pilot hotiso not as represented your money will be refunded. reaches the public, but war or no war, we have concluded to closo out friends, took la grippe and was confined of the City of Owensboro. Logan Pato went to Owensboro Mon Ig monbioly of one railroad in tuo to his bed two or threo days. Wo will oflbr our entire stock of If there is anything in tho "signs of and seltlo up our business. day to attend the session of the United of tho World's Fair at Chicago, has tho times"' there will bo a wedding in Bobbie Simmons, of Texas, is visiting States Court. I broken "by an arrangement whore- - relatives hero now and mo understand Mr. Frank Ilaswell goes out on the tho upper bottom about :- II roads will secure entrance to the J. T. Ruby, J. Kiinx Jr., Hcnryllines, that upon his recommendation of that road to travel for a Louisville clothing bids. C. G. Miller, S. B. Talson and T. M. fair cl imo several of our young men, house this week. -:- somo of them his cousins will return Alex Harper, living in tho Mt. Zion Beeler, Louisville, were in the city last cNntional 'Democratic Convention homo witli him. neighborhood, lost his dwelling and con- week. 'Chicago and will bo held Juno Yandell hay, who had his leg ampu-:- As the llrandonburg correspondent tents by firo bust Friday night. his was n surprise, not only to tated in Louisville beveral weeks ago, "fiifiyi&Ji The contract to build tho bridgo across - desires us or somebody elbo to tell him cities anxiously and earnestly conwas brought home on tho packet Satursomething, and as he was so generous in Moncstary Ford was awarded to tho agibrUho convention, but to tho day night. At cost for cash. itry nt large. Indianapolis ought to giving us information in regard to our-sel- f, King Iron Bridgo Company at $3,225. Notices havo been pobted stating that himself and tho Editor, we feel Call at the Boss Saloon when you come TIVU Ik on and after Jan. 25th, tho Weldon stages that it is but jiiht that wo make him tho to town on South side of court square. Wo request those who are indebted to us to settlo at onco, as wo will receivo and deliver passengers only J. II. Glasscock. bob tho last few days it has been ex- - very best reply that we can. In regard on Main Street. need tho money and will bo compelled to collect. This is no scheme that tho President would send to to tho information that you gave us that All kinds of woolen goods, heavy boots Will McGehce, a thirteen year old was something that wo didn't need at sa a special messago on tho Chil- NOW IS THE TIME" TO SUBSCRIBE and shoes, men's and boy's caps, etc.. son of J. A. McGeheo, whllo skating last to sell off old stock. Wo mean just what wo say and want to impress Fattcr. In this matter it is said will all, for we fancy that wo arc tolerably at cost at Beard &. Beeler's for a short Thurbday fell and broke his left arm just it thoroughly on the public and those indebted to us. ::loscd tho fact that our govern- - well nciiuMntcd with oursclf, and very time. above tho wrist. well acquainted with tho Editor and his Wo havo in our stock somo big bargains and thoso needing anyFOR THE fhastakdn oVcry step required to Henry I.wis, Henry Moorman and Jailer II. II. Harrington was down in ".tain tho national honor ; that the views on tho Alliance and if you are the Charles Ileston went to Owenshoio this town Saturday tho first time for several thing in our lino will do well to call at onco and sccuro them. father of a statement that we will refer you to presently wo think that we can week to servo us jurors in tho United weeks. His family who havo most all GATHiuqirr, tho President of the States Court. been sick nro better. hiisvillo Commercial Club, is a muTvr diagnosis your case without any trouble. Joe Moorman left for Natchez, Miss., SherilF De.Iernetto will continue to bat great, rousjp,- - enterprising, You say that you are interested in Alliance news, we don't doubt that at all, collect the railroad tax under the lovy of with fifteen head of mules and horses UNION STAR, KY. Nwssot.Ticn, who beeuis bent last year. The action of the Court will last Friday on "Our Maiy." Ho was ac --' tDrams, bouy but somo people allow themselves to beSliiTliLTo business, companied by Bud Price. not nlfect that. of. this part of tho earth decid-kth- o come so enlisted either for or against a 'QUrTTiiir ii'liiuruiroil. iinvirl.1inlpRH. , Grayson lil . . County and the New Dis Georgo FrynTiro and Alvico Wimp W...I . ...U.'- - ., .. . - - . The Best and Cheapest Family Journal in the United States. Prof. Chintz Boyalty has opened a front. Many of the delegates thing that they can't treat it fairly, and you are certainly in this condition, or graded school out at West View. He spilled themselves out of a sleigh last Wa know enoUL'h to know that ono of trict. LyforhV8 Fair conference laht week you get in this shapo whenever you lias out a pamphlet giving prices and the week by running over a stump iujj' Meade's most wealthy, prominent and Tho "threo wisomon, learned in tho five observed as much. ueorgo lelt Hero limping, heretofore, respected citizens, nas eiopeu straddle an Alliance item. Guess that advantages of location etc. law," appointed by Gov. Brown to roviso with tho young and beautiful wife of Mrs. II. S. EnsU -iiL. r.itlier the wo had better throw in a slice of ckkn'ridoe county, The Court of Claims refused to lovy , fticphensport, who parties directly the General Statutes of Kentucky so as LuJ.VSlM evid( nro along liorc or else von will con- - the railroad tax upon the ground that has been tiie bedside of her mother, another man. All tho to conform to the new Constitution, ptricts voting ai o concerned aro way up in tho social Fd, have handed to tho General Assembly isilictioii of the mat ftsTJ. S. Hall, for several weeks, now AVith tho most perfect noivs gathering machinery, ami with correspondents in KQminging themselves into a elude that we don't know and this will be tho crowning sensaUle,) ii.... r. TRWBaapwMgggMMB that her mother is better, is visiting re- tional bcandal of this section when all now in session a report on the judicial every section of tho hnhitnhlo globe, tho Wkeki.v Hkiiai.i 18 enabled to luy beforo - at again. The statement that wo referred Tiiis was the light upon which tho argur trouble from which they will nevredisricting of the State. Why they its readers tho latest intelligence and most entertaining latives in tho vicinity. tho facts in tho case becoino generally ncn's from every city and. fe "rid. They will stand a lawsuit to above will bo tho evidence about as ment of the opposition was based. should havo made such a report wo do country in tho world. I remember. A week preceding Tho Board of Supei visors met last known. nr than pay tho tax. Tho expert- - well as ComThe lawyers in the caso of tho not understand, as itflsa matter purely weeek and was in session four days. Tho 'Of almost all communities which the holidays there appeared in the monwealth against Sam Harrison aro beTho reputation for freedom ami indupondenco which it has required during the Fond parents should keep well in mind in tho hands of tho Senators and statehjnxcs for railroads especially If thoy Brandenburg correspondence a members may not havo been many years of Its prosperous career will bo maintained that if a young man on:o loses bis good ginning to take steps to get alj of their of the State, but in their ment somewhat after this fashion, "Mrs. payment, is disastrous. TMfet ino witnesses present for tho prosecution. but it can bo truthfully said that they naino it is gono lorover, and they should have torn our old beloved (irinnell will give an entertainment durhad sheep on tho brain. rfensboro Messenger. bo very careful how thoy permit their Tho witnesses number about forty and and fraternal Sixth District into smithe1892.-ing the holidays, there has been some comThe Rev. Ben. F. Hagan was unani- boys to get oiit unprotected in tho attorneys do not want tho caso conreens. Nover has anything but tho best Fany ono put a different construction trouble about piocuring a place for said the mously "called" by tho members of the pany of young girls this leap year. of tinued. feeling and tho most friendly relations tho article which appealed in this entertainment," now shou'd tho Al-- 1 your boys aro Quarterly meeting of the M. E. Church Baptist church, this city, last Saturday When it is known that existed between tho counties composing Slninn last week in ruferencu to l)e- - in nee be held responsible for this to he their pastor for tho next twelve going to bo in a crowd of rattling, rolick-Insaid District, viz: Ureckcn ridge, Meade, ernctto and Biggs, thaivwat of a com- - trouble, we hardly think it. But listen South of this place will bo held out at months. They are assured thoughtless and it may be, designthat ho will Hardin, Grayson and Edmonson. That jmentary notice to two of our popular how this fellow that is glad to get Al- Oakland next Saturday. Presiding eld- a copt. girls, either sleighing, skating or at ing be present, but his our district is too largo as to tho number Jilic officials, such was not intended. liance news concludes his statement "if er, Browder, will not The Reporter ollico has been moved parties, tho proper thing would bo to of courts necessary to bo held under our ft was remarked in tho presence of the more such meetings as Mrs. (irinnell's place will be filled by Be v. Hayes from down ORIGINAL ARTICLES ON PRACTICAL FARMING AND GARDENING, tho street into tho old Brashear nrovido somo cood. old, respectable, now Constitution, no ono will deny, Brandenburg. Ho will preach in this and fewer feditor of tho News, that if either of were held at the Court-hous- e but WOMAN'S WORK. PROGREST IN SCIENCE. house. The move did not seem to agree married man that could bo depended up- . why should Edmonson bo cast to tho placo on Sunday night. thcni should head the sherifls ticket this cranky Third Party Alliance meetings it diaper-oneBY STORIES THE BEST AUTHORS. SERIALS AND SHORT with tho occupants for they were all sick on to go along witli them as a A number of parties were sitting south, Breckenridgo to tho north and fycar they would be very formidable candi-- i would be better fur tho morals and inWIT AND HUMOR. LITERATURE AND ART. dates. Construing this as a complimen-- ' telligence of the community." Njw this around Vessel's hotel the other day and Saturday and tho outlook for a Monday something that Grayson and Hardin to tho east as "the Thero seems to bo paper was not at all flattering. FOR VETERANS, AND INFORMATION ON ALL SUBJECTS. NEWS wi80 men" recommend? Thero is not tary reference to botli of them, wo so niece of humanity who ever he may bo the question was sprung as to how they tho Paynesville Judge Clint Fairleigh and wife, who smells bad in took it and published it. ought to know this much if he knows stood between tho candidates for contho last tho slightest affinity existing between It has been necessary within as gress, Montgomery and Gross. A poll have been sick for several days, we aro two or three months to send somo two or our sister county, Hart and Grayson, nor anything nt all, that there are majority for Gross pleased to say aro recovering. When nover was. Why this is so, wo cannot Tho stamp of Purity and Truth In Ideas, Stories and Nmvs will bo strictly Tin: adoption of a "free coniago" plank moral, just as religious and just as intel- showed a decided threo government officials down thero the house was not unanimous. tho Judge is not able to bo out ho is tell. Thero is nothing between us ex- maintained, '1 . in tho next national platform oi tiie ligent people in. this county as well as but to investigate matters, tho last ono being greatly missed, and it seems like somecept tho placid waters of that purest' of o Democratic party is the leading question everywhere else that belong to this Montgomery had some friends there. ' inspector, W. J. Vickcry, a '. The following persons were registered thing is the matter with the whole last week. Tho troublo now is over a all streams, Nolin river. Yet her young jiinong Democratic leaders at Washing order as there are that do not and jou men never como courting our fair Send all Subscriptions to ton. '. Sir. SuriiiL'cr. chairman of thu ir.y friend can't adduce a single act of at W. W. Vessel's Hotel: L. Green, town. $20 bill that was deposited there for regdaughters, nor do our gallant youths C. E. Youtslor, a merchant at Paynes-ville- , Way and Means Committee, favors an conduct that has ever been committed Falls of Bough ; George Harned, Custer; few weeks ago, but nover l cached ister a JAMES GORDON BENNETT, had his store closed Friday by its destination. Tell City. Intl. Tho out ever cross that peaceful stream seeking International Congress to bo held in by any of thu members 'of this order Stephen Sier, Webster ; James Wheeltho hand of tho winsom lassies of Hart, of their meetings anywhere in er, Wm. I. Ramsey, C. II. Smart, J. B. sheriff Jolin Hardin. His indebtedness Chicago in 189.1, whero tho freo coinage at any NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD, NEW YORK CltY. side, or register, envelopo was in tact and . ideation can bo discussed by the leading this county that was demoralising to the Smart, J. E. Keith, File Dollaveii, is about SI ,000, and his creditors are all right, but tho inside envelopo showed and as to LaRue, wo never heard of any financiers of tho country and then if community in which such meetings Cloverport ; W. Jarboe, C. C. Martin, J. mostly Louisville wholesale merchants. evidence of having been tampered with, one from that county except Davo Smith thought best to havo free and unlimited were held and whenever you or any- W. Lyons, Ben T. Miller, County; J. G. Another firm at tho same place only which could havo been dono only in tho who acquired his brilliant education in Do not fail to Subscribe now for our schools. Then why should wo bo so ,coinago in this country let Congress pass body else takes tho privilege and the Harrington, Muldriuigh ; II. C. Drane, saved itself by a compromise. Paynesville office. No arrcBts havo been ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR the such measures as will bo best conducive authority to call mo or any other young Constantino ; J. J. Mouahan, Falls of Tho work train on the L., St. L. it T. made, but tho office is likely to cliango ruthlessly divorced from Dreckcnridge, Mcado and Edmonson to whom wo havo Mo that end. Senator Carlisle favors or old lady or gentleman a third party Bough ; James Stuart, G. W. Jordan, has been making headquarters at WelNEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD. hands soon. been so happily mated, and spoused to such a move, while other Democratic crank just because we aie members of Webster ; John Brown, Merino, F. K. don for tho last two weeks. TJioy havo How to get Thin. such strangers as Hart and LaRuo as Senators hold that this would bo simply this order, I very readily conclude that Rhodes, J. It. Rhodes, II. A. Glasscock, been making a fill under a trestle on Tho only safo and reliablo treatment said "wiso mon" suggested? Wo will there is ono of two things wrong about John Ganaway, McDaniols ; F. P. Day-goododging-thquestion, and that tho party Squire Frank Ditto's farm. Mat. liell, Irvington; John Brown, Charks a clever Bieckenridgo county boy, has for obesity, or (superfluous fat) is tho not havo it so. Wo aro married to our should not dally about tho matter now, you ; you eitliei lack a little training on "Loveretto" Obesity Pills, which gradu- first love, and aro opposed to a district this lino or else you lack about a half a Miller, City; John Alexander, Bums; charge of the commissary on board. but give the people what they want and LATH ALKXANDKR'S HOTKI. ally reduce tho weight and measure- composed of LaRue, Hardin, Grayson that wliit'h a largo number of them de- saucer full of having as many brains as John Jolly, Joe L. Mattlngly, West View It is a cold day, indeed, when His mid hart, as tho "wiso men" decree. THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. mand. It is known that tho party if you should have, for never in my lifo Richard Black, Bricovillo, hid ; Irvln Whiskers, Gus. W. Richardson, gets cut ment, No Injury or inconvenience acts by absorption. We regret to sever our connection with seriously divided upon this question, and did I know of a person with a well Payne, Horned ; James Biggs, James P. entirely out. Just as his enciliies wero leaves no wrinkles Bates $2.50 Per Day. This euro is founded upon tho most Edmonson, but in as much as our disto such a degreo that no uniformity of balanced, well trained mind to attempt Severs, Len Cashman, Dr. Wm. Milner, rubbing their hniidu and chuckling with CoUrt-IIousscientific principles, and has been used trict is too largo and AVarren county Cor. Jeflerson, Center and Green Streets, opposite opinion seems likely to bo reached soon. to bring themselves into notoriety either Union Star; John Jarrett, Stephcnsport; glee, thinking thoy had him completely of tho most eminent Physicians wants lAlmonson and Edmonson wants LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr, Wottcrson thinks that nothing its a newspaper correspondent or other Georgo llurton, Rock Valo ; J. R. Jar-bo- downed, tho County Judge of Meade ap- by one W. R. LOGAN, Manager. Mooleyville ; Ed Bennett, Thomss pointed him a delegate to tho Stato of Europo in his privato practico "for to go off with her because of their closo should bo allowed to como into thu cam- wise by belittleing somo body or somefivo years," with tho most gratifying proximity by rail, etc., wo aro willing A. W.Jones, Sullivan, J. L. Maishall, Clerks. body's views just because they were dif- Adkisson, Irvington; henry Garner, World's Fair Conferenco at Louisville. paign that will subordinate tho tarifr, J.J. that our old district should stand as it Frank McAuliifs school has results. Prof. and that tho party should stand as a ferent from theirs. As you was so kind Felix Butter, Hudsonvillo ; R. C. Owen, Mr. Henry Perkins, 20 Union Park, now is with Edmonson off. to give us advice, guess that wo hud bet- Planter's Hall ; John P. Cowing, Clevenow over seventy pupils in attendance. unit in this campaign for tariff reform. ter return the favor. Ifl weroin your land, Ohio ; O. B. Wheeler, loulsvillo-- ; There aro many attending from a dis- Boston, writes: From tho uso of the "Loveretto" Obesity Pills my weight Statement of the Condition of the placo I wouldn't get onto anymore Al J. Rosson, Shrove. State or Ohio City ok Toledo, tance and tho out look.is that the numten pounds In threo J ' Lucas County liance news if I could help it until I say. considerably Increased in tho has been reduced tiiby ber will bo LITTLE OR NO APPETITE, weeks and my general health is very Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho learned to control whatover kind of ought to bo in- near future. Urandenburg can have a much improved. Tho principles, of your That the court-houspartner of tho firm of F. J. spells those are that seio you when you is tho senior At Iliinlliikbiirjr. Ky., good school if she will just try and thu NOTHING IASTES RIGHT TO YOU ? treatment aro fully indorsed by my At the close of buatno'i December 31st, 1891. Cukney & Co., doing business in tho attempt such, for wo think that your sured. outlook now is quite ilattering and gratiThat tho paupers ought to go back to family physician. In proof of my gratiof Toledo, County and Stato aforeCity Tf ro huv n 50 cent bottle of LEMON OHIT.I stylo of writing up such news is calculatUE80UBCKS. fying to all lovers of tho advancement tude I herewith glvo you permission to Notes and Mils UUcountol ' said, and that said firm will pay tho sum ed to discredit your other items, from the country. TONIO and two what ft change It will niakosrtsVl $71,024 .14 of education. u J.UIUU 10 I1UI umy UIU DUIUni. JIUIlJl-uJ Jill II, 51)7 50 Hanking houte and lot tt ONE HUNDHHD DOLLAItS for each tho fact if thoy aro all as wide of tho That tho city council ought to furnish Probably tho most enjoj able affair of use my name if you desire to do so." Chills, but as a Blood Purifier and Appotisor la 1,478 iV Price $2.00 per package, or threo pack- Fixtures und furniture and every caso of Catarrh that cannot mark as your Alliance news is, it would a fow more street lamps. Due tho season in this section was tho leap 12,504 6(1 iinenualed. Ploasant as lemonade Children EESna registered mail. All Cash trom other banksbo cured by tho uso of Hau.'s Cataiuui tako lots of adding, subtracting, multi8,1011 05 on band cry lor.'t That thero is an cflort on foot to start year party given by Mr. Hurry Bell and ages for $5.00 By orders supplied direct from our office. Cl'ItE. plying and dividing to figure them out u Farmers' Alliance paper hero. EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEE!. Miss Eva Carrigan at tho residence of Total, b,3t5 01 FltANK J. CHENEY. correctly. Wo hope that theso few lines A Small Fire In Tobinsport, Ind. That everybody's ready for another James Patterson, near Guston, last Fri Miniums. Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed in will bo satisfactory to our friend. A. R, $ 35,000 00 banquet fiom tho Fish and Gnmo Club. day night. Tho guosts began to arrive Mr. Chas Boultlnghouso lost his Capital stock mv presence, this Ctli day of December, Due depositors 00 107 72 L. E. Campbell will begin early and as soon as all began to "catch dwelling by firo Saturday night. It Undivided profits That Rev. A.' 1). 1880. , 3,817 32 CLOVERPORT, KY. NOTICE. caught from tho smoko houso whllo tho n protracted meeting about tho first of on" every thing was as merry as a mar, A. W. GLEASON, . $98,315 04 Total, riage bell. Supper was announced at family wero at u neighbors. All the Mr. E. II. Marcllliatt having resigned March. SKAL Notary 1'ublic. LAND FOR SALE. Heard, Cashier of the above named I, M. FOE SALE. his connections with this Company, wo That tho best job printing that alwut half past 10 o'clock and continued household goods wero saved. The houso bank, doII. solemnly swear that the above stateIlreokenrldgo county, on Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal- beg to adviso that wo shall continue in comes to this town is done nt the Ni:tvs until 1 a. m., after which music and was comparatively now and valupd nt ment Is true to the best of my knowledge and th Tills form lie In Long Lick anil f Full Hooded Short Horn Bull, fourteen head waters of dancing weru in order until the, dawn of $500 with $350 Insurance. M. II. UKAHD, Cashier. hell'f. ly and acts directly uikiu tho blood and tho stave business in this section. ofilce. tails (rum tbe I.. II. & W, rulload, und Is well months old. Subicrlbed and snorn to before me tbli, the Improved, Will sail as a whole or divide In tho day. Those who attended from this .. mucous 'surfaces of tho system. Send Yi)Uit IMi ii .it, Cincinnati Cooitiiacik Company, IP worn nut, IIUOWN'S 1IIO.V HITTnitS ALJIIANAG Also one twenty. elj;ht months old, this eno 1st day prJauuiry, 1892. tracts to suit purchasers. For further Innit city were Misses Nellie and Bertha Or you aro ItliReiieriil ilclililly.kooI fur nollilug for tcstimonals, free. Hawcsviilo, Ky. (,'ontnlns Ono Kor 1N1M January 1, 18112. 'Iry bss a One i edlgrea. Tnrs. J Jolly, formation address J no. P, IIabwum,, Iluiitlml llrcii for mnk-- I Lewis, Messrs. Will Grlnncll and Will jinoirji's jimy itirihjts. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. W. W. LKWIS, ill; (lcllcloiinC'uinly clicujily and quickly IJowlejvllle, Ky Notary Public. Ik will euro you, ond clvo r. K1 ap.tltc. Sola ut home. Tli In IhmkU t'UeuawuyulilriiK Owensboro, Ky. vim Buy tho Monarch shirt. Howard. liy ftll dealers 111 iiuillclno. ekSold by Druggists, 7o cents. una goucral dtores. Elizr-bethto- kuiessmak Mills lias resigned the Innnshirj of the Committee on In- uaiftd Foreign Commerce. Tiik meeting of tho World's Fair Conference nl Imisvillo last Meek brought to tho front men of brains, push and business. Tho delegation was notoVerly large, but every ninn present was thiye for business, The work on tho part of the members of tho Louisville Commercial Club was most oflectivo in securing tho results defircd. It would not do thoy said for Kentucky to bo indifferent to tho magnltudo and great posslbilitcs of the Chicago "World's Fair. And the Louisville Commercial Club at onco conceded as always nn important clement in aiding tho state in nil commercial movements, set about to secure this aid fronf'tho state. Tho action of tho Legislature will tell how much was accomplished. Tho Legislature cannot and will not ignore tho demands that conference makes upon it. $100,000 is not too much to ask of them to glvo tho state n respcctablo showing at Chicago. Tho old croakers may kick, but it will avail them nothing. The timo has como for active, aggress! vo movements to bring Kentucky !n lino with her sister Mates, and to fail to move now would give her n black eye indeed. IURDIHSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. Will Howard carries a "forty-four- " all tho time. . DivP'usoy reports all la grlppo patients 'recovering. J. A. McGcheo is still confined at his homo by illness. J. Fisk, a St. Louis soap man, was in tho city Thursday. Dick Ditto went to Amsterdam, Sunday, to sco his ma. When you como to Brandenburg stop at thu Howard Hotel. , Miss Fanny Mattingly, Garrett, was In tho city Saturday. Alvico Wimp Is now n qualified deputy sheriff. His rido Is tho "upper end." Dr. John M. Hardin sold 400 gallons of wine bust week to Louisville parties. Chapezo Wnthen was over at last week prosecuting murderers. Tim McAulilTwent to Louisville Sunday night with a large lot of cattle and -'" AAAAvAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMVVWAA rCSJL. : v. u.MAiiiiAia: L, H. &. OOINO . . WEST. - IMItor -- -"' GOME AND PRICE BM ft DM W. TIME TABLE. FaetcDgcr Dally nrr. Hanilnibnrg..l2:42 OOINO P.AST. p.m. PussengerDally nrr. IlarJImburg.. 7tS0 a.m Mim te Stao&s Over Shirts :-- Mr. James Pato was In town Friday. We need a good bakery !n this toivn. Itov. Itobt. Cox returned to tho city last Saturday. Mr. Ilarvoy McCrackcn was in the city last week. Shirts:- Wo buy ns low ns wo can. Wo soil ns low as wo can. - That's business sense. That's jfrogrcssivo sense. Neckwear:- Gloves, Hats - i I' Overalls :VEST:- - and - I-- A War With Chili! Dry Goods Shoes fyLOTHINGfT ' re-su- jp Clothing Queensware Boots Notions Imart & 1892 Co., Cloverport, Ky. Hardware Harness Etc. v. . C. M. McGlothlan "- & Co., EW YQBWWffOTtW is .a. srtt&j&. -- oustzej 3Z)ox cir-cl- Kepre-sentatlv- hDTTRING- THE YEAR - g, SPECIAIi FEATURES FQS THE YEAR. post-olllc- jit post-ofllc- E d, THE WIMfAHB,, c, o, "I aLiaiLa TIRED FEELING. Bank of Hardinsburg o j rtt For Sale by FISHER, - ono-hsl- , I Roasted coiTcch at the city bakery. Keep j our eyes on Sulzer's ads. They repay careful reading. Mr. R. C. Richardson, of Union Star, Office in l)r. H7iiV M ttand up riairs. was in tho city Monday. CLOVERPOBT. KY. Mr. L. T. Roberts, of Stcnliensimrt, wns in tho city Saturday. S. S. January 31 must find not ono of theso & remnants on hand Sulzer's. Doors sash, blinds nnd building materiOffice w h,.i. al, nt Jordan's furniture house. Peto Gregory, of Grandvlow, was up A. last week visiting his old home. Mr. lluncheforcinait of Sulzer's tailoring department is confined to his bed CANNELTON, 1ND. n Suitaniiulc to order In tho best style. with a complication of diseases. Inquirer. Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. Mr. Willis Short, of Uniontown, wns NEWS'. BjtECKENRIDGE in tho city Saturday, the guest of his brother, Mr. G. W. Short. Ho was WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1892. to Louisville. covers many ills, many Our LOCAL BREVITIES. pills and many bills. Our ills aro smaller, our pills aro smaller and our bills are at Model's. Fresh Coasted pea-nusmaller when we uso DoWitt's Little Try that 45c tea nt tho city bakery. Early Risers. Sold by Short & Haynes A clearing remnant sale Sulzer's. o In tho United State's Senate tho Try thoso white cakes at tho city bakon Women suffrage has decided ery. to report favorably tho measure for a l'or n good Bnioko or chew go to tho constitutional amendment giving tho city bakery. right cf suffrngo to women. Comment , Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Murray went to is unnecessary. Louisvlllo yesterday. Twkntv-fiv- k switchmen went out on Fresh orangos, lemons, cocoanuts, and n strike in tho L., St. L. & T. yards at dates nt Reidel's. Louisvillo last Thursday. They wanted Full lino of rubbers, Alaskas and to name the watchman In tho yards. Mr. J. K. McCrnckcn seems to be runrcties, at Sulzer's. Mrs. Marion Ryan returned to her ning that part of tho business. Mr. John Johnson an old resident and ihoino hi Jeflersonvllle, Ind., Sunday. worthy farmer living in tho Mt. Vernon & Co. will deliver you G. W. Jordan of chargp on railroad or river. neighborhood in Hancock county six goods Rurinl miles west of this city died on tho 10th Ilottom prices on furniture Jordan & Co's. Instant. Ho was 70 years old and father cases caskets and cofllnsnt of Mrs. James Lay of this city. Miss Lnfio Lallctat goe to Louisvlllo G. W. Jordan & Co., will give their y to visit her uncle, Mr. Chas. personal attention to funerals, thoy havMoorman. ing purchased an olegunt hearse, and Tho City of Owensboro got over 200 keep n full line of Undertakers supplies, barrels of Irish potatoes at Tobinsport independent of ilp Collin Trust. It will Sunday. pay you to seo them beloro purchasing Miss Genslo Rrashear is visiting her elsowherc. AH goods delivered free of aunt, Mrs. Jennio Jabine, at tho Clover-por- t chargo within 50 miles of Clovcrport. Hotel. Tho River Hotel made a narrow esTho snow Is disappearing So arc our cape from burning lust Monday night. ro'rnants Sulzer's Firo was discovered in ono of tho upper " W. 0. Moorman, of Glenileano, was in rooms just in timo to savo tho houso and Dr. S. tho city yesterday. Ho is closing out all tho property on that square. B. Adkisson's livery stablemado a his business nt that place. Mr. Willie Gardner and his sister, narrow escapo also. Providjnco is cerMiss Dora, of Union Star, were visiting tainly with this town when It comes to fires. Mrs. Emma Smart yesterday. Mr. Victor Uaytnan and Silas Theresa C. M. McGlothlan & Co., of Union stock of mer- Ralhnan were married at tho Catholic Star, aro closing out their chandise. Rend their advertisement in church in this city yesterday morning at 8 o'clock, Rev. Father Henncsey perthis issue. forming tho ceremony, immediately pco-- . Carpenters nnd builders nnd tho after which tho happy couple left on the plo in goneral "will do well to call on G. train for a short bridal trip to Louisville W. Jordan nnd get prices on doors sash and Cincinnati. Tho News, of course, and blinds. wishes them n long and happy llfo. Mrs. M. A. Willing was called.to her Capt. J. C. Martin, of Uniontown, is homo in Fulton, Mo., Tuesday on ac- visiting his son, Mr. O. C. Martin. Capt. count of serious illness of her brother B. Martin is a former citizen of this town R. Lamar. and lived hero away back in tho fifties. Mr. L. A. Foote, of Bowloyville, pass- Ho was at that timo ono of tho leading ed down on tho train Saturday to Owensmerchants of tho town as well as ono of boro. Mr. Footo is a member of tho U. her most progressive citizens. Ho built S. grand-jurtho building now occupied by tho News Mrs. Jennie Jnbino, Miss Loin Henly and several other good dwellings in nnd Mr. Jns. Fisher, went to Louisville town. Friday to attend tho Kean engagement A double number of the Illustrated at fllcCauleys. London Nows will bo issued Febunry 0, Miss Mary Rowmer, of Hardinsburg, containing Illustrations and particulars spent Saturday and Sunday hero with of the death nnd funeral of tho lato her uncle, Mr. W. II. Rowmer. She re- Duko of Clnranco and Avondale, also of tho late Cardinal Manning. Single turned homo Monday. A trial convinces tho most skeptical. copies of tho paper for sale nt Rabbago's Carefully prepared, pleasant to tho taste. news stand, prico 20 cents, by mail 25 DoWitt's Cough nnd Consumption Cure cents. Orders solicited. Peoplo who have used Lightning Hot is a valuable remedy. Sold by Short & Haynes. Droris pronounco it tho best general Frank Rartlcs has resumed Ills placo panacea. S. A. Steel, M. M., W. Va., & "I oh tho Graco Morris as pilot, and P. R. It., Weston, W. Va. says: "Dink" Gregory goes back on tho Guth- have used Lightning Hot Drops for over two years for both external and internal rie as third clerk, taking to Btop complaints. I havo always found it a MVhat measures arc you for all diseases for which that cough? Let us suggest DoWitt's ready panacea is in- it is recommended. Our shopmen havo Cough nnd Consumption Cure. It used it for cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, fallible. Sold by Short & Haynes. colic, cramps, etc., and found it as reTho Tar and White sulphur springs commended. I would not bo without it property is advertised for sale by com- in my family for ten times tho prico of missioner Y. G. Rabbage. Tho debt is it." For salo by nil druggists for 25 and $0198,80 and is duo J. G. Hunt & Co. 50 cents. YoUiinay cough nnd cough nnd cough and cough and cough but you will not, if The Sick. you tnko DoWitt's Cough nnd ConsumpJudgo Wilkerson is much improved tion Cure1 Sold by Short & Haynes. and will soon bo able to bo out. Pickerell representing n Mr. Robert Charlie Lisbon has n pretty bad easo Louisville wholesale clothing house was Ho was returning from of grip and is not nblo to bo out. . hero last week. Mrs. McPherson Is reported very much tho south and reported n good business. better, with good hopes of her recovery. It is an established fact that DoWitt's Geo. W. Short is recovering from a Littlo Early Risers have an enormous very severe attack of grip and a boil. Ho sale, nnd vhyV Simply because thoy is still confined to his room, but is much nrq pleasant in taking anc happy in better. Sold A pill for tho multitude. Ernest Rabbago has suffered terribly by Short & Haynes. during tho last few day's with neuralgia of Mrs. Folk, widow of Tlios. Polk de- tho head and is still confined to his ceased, died nt her homo in Tobin's Rot-to- room. yesterday morning at 5 o'clock. Sho Jno. D. Gregory was also n very sick was 85 years old. Her funeral will bo man for n day or two last week. Ho Is at 10 o'clock. hold y out now going around, hut he ought to II. R. Hawkins representing one of bo in bed. clothing houses in the largest wholesale Phillip Ditzcubnuch, foreman of the New York was hero Monday. Henry is News office, has been confined to his doinir a fine business too. Ho sold last homo sinco Sunday with a bad case of year over $100,000 worth of goods. sore throat. Splendor, ono of W. W. William's fine stallions, will make tho season at Irving-toPRESTON. There is no better bred horse in 4tho State, than Splendor, and th farmer Mr. Nevltt, an nged citizen, is very nnd stock raisers in that neighborhood sick. aro in great luck in securing tho services T. S. Frymlro is very low of lung trouof such a fino horse. not Intend to do any Injustice ble. Wo did Miss Lena Gillilaud Is visiting her to tho Rrcckenridgo Company (limited,) week in what wo said concerning aunt at Sample. lost engineer Chris Glein. Wo aro informed Mrs. Barnlo Gilliland, Chenault, is that tho accident to tho boiler of tho on- - visiting her mother. "gbio did not result from any negligence, Mr. Thos. Rrashear had n severe ator incompetonco on his part, nnd tlint it tack of pneumonia, but is bettor. is not an unusual occurrcnco to ongincs to Mr. Andrew Rarger, living near Sugar break down in tho snmo way. Mr. FerTree Run, is dangerously 111. ry nnd tho boiler maker nt tho machino We hopo that the largo crop of wheat shops, where tho engino is being repaired, say that it was not tho engineers that is under this snow will como out fault in any sonso. Our information, wo looking better, Tho mother of Mrs. Dr. Frymlro died find, was misleading, and wo hasten to correct our statement, ami do justico to on tho 10th. Tho family has tho sympathy of tho entire community. Mr. Gloln, ami to the company. PhysicianSurgeon. Dr. Dr. J. M. Clayton, STEPHENSPORT. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Bunnell, of Owensboro, lire in town Miss Lizzio Hltes wns on tho sick lit-- A CONSERVATIVE. Henry Winter. mmmrnKKmresfjaBsssaaBa Wm J. Winter. " r) r i last wei-k- . Grippe I Watkins, Physician Surgeon, ri..r.,. J. KIRST, Mrs. Taylor Hanks spent several days in Union Star lrfst week. Mr. Andrew Perrigo and family Sunday for New Albany, Ind. Mr. left erchant Tailor, Can-nelto- te Jas. Crawford left Sunday for Owensboro, he Is on tho United Mates jury there. Mr. Add Bennett resumed his position on tho steamer, Tell City, on her trip Wednesday. Miss Georgia Hawkins and Mr. Gus. Shellman spent several days last week In HardhiBburg. Mrs. Jane Brooks, Mrs. Leo Isaacs and Miss Mnmio Hartman spent last Wednesday in Ixnilsvlllc. .Mr. Roscoe Davis, of near Hardinsburg, was tho guest of his uncle, Mr. Henry Davis, lost week. Mrs. Jas. Crawford n turned homo Sunday from Canada, where sho had been to attend tho funeral of her mother. Mrs. Geo. Barkley gave a candy pulling to the young people, on Saturday evening, all reported a good time and plenty of candy, Messrs. Frank Hall, of Clovcrport, and Willio Pumphery, of Holt, were tho guests Saturday and Sunday of Misses Sallic and Eliza Hlner. Wo regret to hear of tho death of Mrs. Amanda Abbott, of Lewisport, which occurcd on Monday tho 18th, of this month. Her sisters, Miss Emily Forbs and Miss Susan Payno of hero attended tho funeral. ts com-mittc- fr-!- TOBINSPORT, IND. Every ono has the grippe. Mr. nnd Mrs. AVnldo Simons are on tho sick list. Snow and sleigh riding all tho go tho last week. Mr. Ed BoltinghouKo has purchased ono of Mr. C. Harris' farms and will movo as soon as tho weather opens. Our popular trustee, Mr. George Polk, and Mrs Dollio Crow of this placo were married at the rc3idenco of Mr. Riley Polk's Jan. 10 1892. May they ever lead a happy life and success nttend them is tho wish of their many friends. Tho estimable wife of Mr. Lewis Whitehead died hero Jan. 11 1892. She tins been a patient sufferer for many months. She leaves n little daughter who will miss tho living enro of a devoted mother, but may sho ever prove n comfort to the grief stricken father. Had he asked us, well wc know Wc should say "O spare the blow" Yes with streaming tc.irf ghouhbpray uLord wc loe her let her stay.11 in loe the lived, in peace she died Her life was asked, but God denied. Faicwell dear, but not foreer, There will be n glorious dawn ; Wc shall meet to part-n- o never On the resurrection morn, Tho' thy darling form lies sleeping In the cold and silent tomb to-da- Extract from n Speech Mmto by C. II. GUI to tho Watln Wnlln (Unn.) Alliance. For solf preservation nnd bocnuso it b a duty to ourselves, our families nnd our country, wo must havo n volco in this government, and that wo may bo heard thcro must bo henrty unanimity nnd decision. Tho greatest danger to- our organization, tho severest Btniin upon our will over bo partisan politics. Our constitution this to bo n social organization whore every member, lw ho Republican, Democrat or Knight of Labor, will the sumo warm welcome, thosamo cordial support; our politics Is broader than uny party; it Is founded upon patriotism and good fellowship; wo aro a of farmers seeking n fair, honest government which wo boliovo will bring greater prosperity to tho farmers and tho wholo country. Wo desire to help with our united strength such laws as will givo to each individual liberty nnd tho right to enjoy tho fruit of his own labor. That our demands may always receivo tho earnest support of nil farmers thoy must bo founded upon justico; thoy must not bo such demands as will givo us benefits at tho oxponsa of other classes of our peoplo; our politics must bo nbovo taking a mean ndvantago of uny class of peoplo or of uny section of our country; if other clooscs and other sections have .taken mean ndvantago of us, that will bo no valid excuso for resorting to similar measures. It Is not by nppealing to tho ovil passions, striving to nwako feelings of nnd retaliation, that wo can hopo to gain tho hearty of ull farmers; howover uttractivo certain may uppcar to tho fanner at first sight, if thoso demands nro unfair and unjust thoy will not rccolvo tho support of our united strength sueh demands will novor bring us any lasting success. Good government is tho combining of law and lllerty In just such proportions as will best dovolop tho manhood of a nation, as will best advnnco a peoplo to a higher civilization, as will best aid humanity to a more perfect lifo. But tho wisest statesman may adjust thoso proportions of law and liberty with tho greatest caro and most perfect statecraft, and yet thoy will not combino into a good government; so tho skilled chemist may measure out in their exact proportions tho two elements, hydrogen and oxygen, anil yet thoy will not combino Into wator; it requires patriotism to combino law und liberty into good government; it requires electricity to combino hydrogen nnd oxygen into water. But how much more difficult tho task of tho statesman; tho chemist's elements ever combino in tho samo constant proportion, whilo tho proportions of law and liborty nro over changing with tho ebb nnd flow of civilization. Tho statesman must know tho past and forecast tho future ho must seo clearly nnd quickly the signs of tho times, over moasuring liberty nnd law In tho over changing measures of our civilization. ds Johu M. Dorntraeger Anybody Can Make Money But everybody can't savo it. Tho secret of "getting on" in tho world lies in economy. Thcro aro many ways to economize. Ono of tho surest ways is to buy only what you need, and that at tho lowest possiblo outlay of money. Clothing is an item wo all must have. It is an item, too, in which thcro is i;oro humbuggcry practiced in this city than any town of its sizo in tho Union. 1 f T$SPS YOU MAKE A BIG 'MISTAKE dollars with thoso concerns When you leave your that mako a big blow and bluster. You havo got Wi pay for all this oxpensivo advertising, all this prizo business, all this music, tinsel and red fire. .Some peoplo don't seem to know this. "When you buy "Our Own Make" Clothing you get honest goods at a reasonable prico and pay for nothing but tho Clothing. Think of this before you make your next purchase hard-earne- d Money Flies $ Towards our special sales. Never have wo announced one that we have not seen the silvery shower coming our way. Why ? Because we never have a sale of this special sort without giving more than value received. People have come to recognize this fact' Hence in our annual sales we expet stock-reduci- ng Julius Winter & Co., S011 Cor. '252 Third and Market, Reliable" Clotliiei-- s Louisville, Ky. to . 53EE5 -1- 11 Sljifiag &&, Fhte TBinfc You Get the Benefit. Fly'. rtl . m ur new Spring Stock of Gent's Tecks, Bows, Four-in-Ilan- SULZER'S ViKVsViVHHflflilVlVA 1 t it Wind- CLOVERPOBT, KY. "M i4 sor Tics, is now open and ready for inspection. hand- Furniture ! Furniture ! Furniture !. t-- It is the bo somest lino city and wc vito a examination. to in- MICHAEL HAMMAN, 1 seen in tho critical Mill lwwt The regular andro-llnbl- u Furniture dealer is alwaya on band wltti a full ctock In- cluding Sewing Machines, Collins, Thou shalt have n glorious waking When the blessed Lord doth come. THERE WILL BE NO WAR. Proposed Settlement of the Questions At Issue By Peaceful Means. Santiago, Chili, Jnn. 25. Tho Chilian Government has sent n reply to tho ultimatum of the United States. Tho reply is in effect as follows : Chili agrees to withdraw tho offenslvo note sent by Senor Matta to all tho Chilian Ministers abroad and acknowledges that its issuance was duo to an error of judgment. Chili also withdraws its request for tho withdrawal of United States Misister Egan. In addition to this tho Chilian Government, in Its answer, proposes that tho affair of the attack on tho Baltimore's sailors in Valparaiso bo submitted to the arbitration of somo iioutral"nation. If this proposition is not acceptable to tho United States Government, tho Chilian Government suggests that tho matter bo submitted to tho decision of tho Supreme Court of tho United States. Aboard the Cars Child-B- aby Young Mother-Fi- rst 4 Weeks Old Vocifer- With Colic Crying FntsT . ni to-da- n. ously. Lahv Passexokii. (With vial laudanum.) Let us givo it n drop of laudanum. Second Ladv Passi:x(1eu. Is there no whiskey uboard ? A littlo toddy is good for tho colic. , First Lady Pabsknoeii. Let us try n Tuxntlon In Now York. littlo laudanum. Real cstato, as all nro perhaps nwnro, ! Skcno Ladv Passewiek. Oh No, is paying nearly s of tho state laudanum is dangerous. Find n (lask of tax, and yot nothing has boon dono to Seo right tho wrong that now exists. Acgood whiskey. Nono to ho found if there is not an "Owensboro Gentlecording to tho report of tho state compman" in tho forward car. Sensation, troller tho amount of personal property taxed in tho state Is gradually decreasLaughter. Sixosn Lady Pahskxakh. Blushed in ing, whilo ho mado tho furthor statement that thoro was $3,500,000,000 of personal her innocence. Whiskoy produced property which escaped taxation. Child relieved Mother happy. If this vast amount of personalty woro Moiiai.. If mi "Owensboio Gontlo-man- " taxed, would it not decroaso tho amount don't carry it, don't look else- of tax paid by tho real estate ownors? 1 answer, yesl And yot tho question is where. askod inuny times, "Is it truo that tho Our Flower Offer. fanners aro paying an unduo proportion Tho Howcr offer which accompanies of tho taxV" Tho state comptroller ulso makes tho tho subscription to Flank Lesllo's Weekreport that tho is u genuino ono. further statement in his ly (monthly number) nssossod valuation of tho property of tho For tho first time during its noteworthy people in this state for tho purposes of oxlstcnco tho famous houso of Peter taxation for 1890 was: Personal, $385,- Henderson & Co. havo made such an ar- 820,131; real. $3,208,323,031. This, addrangement with a newspaper. Tho sub- ing tho porsonal that escapes taxascriber is left to chooso either four roso tion to tho amount of porsonal that is or four chrysanthemum plants or tho taxed, makes a grand totul of 2,885,329,-13Thoroforo Is it not plain that if all Rainbow collection of seeds which is estho porsonal property woro taxed it would pecially choice. Tho catalogue prico of greatly reduco tho tax paid on real eseither of theso thrco is $1.25. Ono need tate? Tho report of tho state assessors not take tho plants until springtime, as also corroborates tho fuct that tho amount of personal property within tho tho order that wo glvo on Peter Henderson & Co. is good until Juno 1st, 1892. state equals or exceeds that of tho real. Wo must notloso sight of tho fact that You will see at a glance that tho subto scriber to tho monthly edition of Frank doublo taxation is also in opposition viows, and that wo aro in favor of LcsIIu'h Weokly, tho prico of which is our debt exemption, which would tond to al $1.00, also receives $1.23 worth of flow- loviato tho griovnncos that now prevail. ers or seeds, nnd tho Graphological chart A Now York Farmer. Tho abovo anil ono year's subscription to nt this AH tho RiiECKENiunoK Nkwb for only $2.00. ofllco. kinilH of Job work dono uino-tentli1 1. Kick tho Itlght Follow. In closing an address to tho Allianco convention of Kontucky recently, Congressman Montgomery said: But it is often said that farmors aro naturally n complaining people. It is cither so dry that nothing will grow or it rains so much that tho weeds nnd gras3 will destroy tho crops. It is too hot or it is too cold. Tho lasjj membor of tho legislature is doing no good, although ho was elected as a farmer and promised to legislate in tho farmer's interest. Thut tho funnors aro always kicking at somothing or somebody. Well, my friends, 1 say tho farmors nnd laborers of this country ought to kick. Thoy havo good reasons for kicking. I havo never mado a political speech in my llfo that 1 did not urgo them to kick. Tho troublo has been that thoy havo not kicked enough, or rather, perhaps, that thoy havo not kicked with judgment and discretion. Did it over occur to you, my frionds, that a great many farmors havo been kicking tho wrong men? You havo been kicking tho follow that is in troublo with yon. You havo been shoved into tho ditch and robbed by tho protected manufacturers, tho trusts and tho Wall strcot gold bugs; and your neighbors tho merchant, tho doctor and tho lawyer who live in tho samo community with you and who must depend on your prosperity for their meat and bread, have boon pushed into tho samo ditch and robbed with you. And too many of you begin to kick theso fellows thoy aro not farmers. 1 sotno-timthink it is becauso it is easior and moro convenient to kick tho follows who aro In tho ditch with you than to got out and kick tho men who did tho pushing. Don't waste your timo kicking tho people who tiro in tho samo condition you nro nnd whoso interests nro tho samo, but join hands with all men who mako up our agricultural communities nnd suffer from unjust legislative discriminations, and with ono united effort drive from power tho ngou,ts und advocates of tho tribute gatherers, trust monopolists und monoy barons. 25, Prices 35, 50 and 75 cents. Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. m. ii, ip I21UU. Gent's Furnisher, CIoverport.Ky, His prices shall bo such, quality considered, "th'fuVsa, legitimate! undersell lain, and ho is determined to meet tho mwcKct, lot tho prico bo what it may. Always call on mm and ascertain prices foro purchasing elsewhere. He means iust what ho says. Ho carmo bo undersold. M. HAMMAN, Clovcrport, Ky, House can k-I I New Tiling in TqcI. Articlos of Incorporation of tho Third St. Planning Mill. Nnllco U hereby given that S. I. Lowl, F. II. Ballman nnd A. L. Ballinan under nnd by virtue of tho Iuw of Kentucky, do hereby for ounolfa iuccetor and asil;n form an Incorporated company and udopt theso artlolca of SPECIAL OFFER FOR Thirty Days Ono do.. Card 1'lioto for $1.00 Ono doz. Plain Cnb't 1'lioto for. . . . $2.00 I will mako Photos at these nriccs for tho noxt Thirty days. Field Seeds! We have just received the following list of Seeds : Incorporation. lit.---T- ho es name of the Third Street l'lannlng Mill, nnd Ita principle plaooof hualnena la the City of Clovcrport, State of Kontucky. 2nd. The natuioof ,tho burlnets proposed to trananct Is that of buying nnd mnnufacturo nil kinds of building material for houao build Ing and to carry on n general 1'lannlng Mill ..... W. W. BROOKS, Clovurport, Ky. PiiOTooitAi-nnii. Any ono for only $2.00 can accuro both tho llrcckenrldgo Nows and tho Loulavllle, Ky., Weekly Courier-Journfor ono year with the Board of Diroctora may preacrlbo. 4th The oorporation ahall begin buslnesa opportunity of making estimates for the 18D2 aud conllnuo for 25 on January 18lh, unprecedented offors of one years, unless sooner diaoived by a volo of not prito of $10,000 In Ovid Coin, and 14 prises of of the paid up stock. than Iota $100 opch in Gold Coin. Sample copy ot' the 5 111- .- The affairs of the corporation shall bo conducted by a Board of Directors not less Weekly l, containing full parthan three and thoy ahull eleot such officers as ticular, ran bo teen at this ofli:o. Or on apbusiness demands und any thn nature of the Company, Louisstockholder may hold two oftces If tho Board plication lo Courier-JournThe first vlllo, Ky., a copy will bo furnlahed to any of Directors deom It necessary. Ulcers shall bold their offices for one year or free of chargo Send your subscription until their succesaors shall be elected nnd to thla ofllco, Jno. D. Babbage qualified and an election ahull be held on the 2nd Monday In January of eaoh year. Oth. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to wb'oh the corporation may nt any time subject itsrlf ahull not oxcrod two. AT THE thirds of all the thon assured. 7 tb .The private property of members shall bo exempt from corporato dobts 6. 1. Lewis, F. II. Ballmnn, A L. Ballmun. Courier-Journal's two-thirCourier-Journa- 3rd. The amount of authorlied capital stock Is Ton Thousand DolUra divided into shares of One Hundred Dollar! (100) each, but the company may commence business when Ono Tbouiand Dollars shall have boon subscribed for and tho stock subscribed shall be paid in at suoh time and upon such terms as the business. No Lott ery $14,400 IN GOLD COIN To he Given Away Ausomjtkj.y. NOETHERN WHITE OATS, RED CLOVER, TIMOTHY, BLUE GRASS, U RED TOP, All tho Seeds wo quoto you aro strictly Stop! Stop! Stop! BANKRUPT FIRST-CLAS- S I Of tho Condition of the Breckinridge Bank, t Vakisi AtStvm. .' $ . STORE You willfmd everything you want to eat : At thoclpfe of bmlneia December Notes and bill dlao't'd flank Qxturca und furn'tura Banking houso and let Overdrafts Suspended debt . Bonds Due from Banks Cash on hand 3lit, IfaVl, B. F. Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. $IM,M9 02 2 572 2S 3,335 14 1,237 50 1E3 35 25,881 04 35,274 35 19,735 30 $23U,071 Total, MAnu.ims, Capital stock Deposits 04 Surplus fund. Undivided profits Dividend Mo, 35, 4 per cent, duo $ 45,100 00 105,087 S8 22,000 00 4,629 40 SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, VEGETABLES, CANNED GOODS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, FIGS, RAISINS, ETC. In fact everything in the j3 WHISKEY earth. W. Harper Is the fineit vhlikey on Used in moderation, It la a anru epecl-fl- o for Indigestion, for general debility, for insomnia, for mental depression. Jit ) as fragrant as ripe fruit and If used In modoralton It lengthens life, adds to our joy and drives dull care away. The I. W. Harper wbtakey la absolutely pure It Is preacrlbed by the ablest physicians of this country, and ly degrees It Is winning a world wide reputation. The NOTICE. havo for sale several Turkeys of tho pur bronlo stock. Any one wishing to purchnt ' call or address me at Dewleyville, Ky. MU3. Z. T. STITH. I, I ' Funds to pay Taxes January 4th, 1SVJ 1,80100 260 00 Grocery&.Confectionery Line Thankful for pait favors. Respectfully solicit you to call, wc take great pleasure in waiting upon you. FOR SALE. J $239,071 04 Total, A. II. Bklllman, Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above nUtemett Is true to the best of my knowledge ' A. )!. SKILLMAN, and belief. I, 1ft honili McMw.ll tnnttliail. Will III for caih or on time. Apply to W. D. HOLT, Holt, Ijr. A pair of Iron gray males, 6 years old paV, t'ashlcr. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this, the Cms. 1). Sxilluak, 2d day of Jan. 1892. N. I'.JI. 0. J. H. Moorman, Manager. MIKE l'OI'HAM.EoleAg't, Cloverport,Ky, ourod at homa witE! out plu. Book of oauS H.K,wxujnr,i(.nL WAtlaBta.Ua. ott thmUllr. run, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1892. HE GETS THE NUBBIN. AS FOR OUR GREAT PROSPERITY FARMER IS NOT IN IT. THE Tlio Growth iu Wealth Since 18SO Has Gnno to Mm Transportation Companies nnd'tUo Manufacturers The Clodhop- per lias Fallen Itcliliul In the Ilacc. ' At tho beginning of this century 00 per cent of tho population of tho United m w ei . States lived on farms, and owing to tho high rates for transportation surplus products had no market valuo more than fifty miles from ft market town. Now wo havo about 0,000,000 farms, though loss than half of our pcoplo livo on them, and tho valuo of tho property is estimated at $11,000,000,000. Education, thrift nnd invention havo havo added 75 per cent, to tho produc-- -' tivo power of tho peoplo during tho last fifty years, nnd on tho wholo one man does as nitich work as two men formerly did on a farm, lint has the wealth of tho farmer increased proportionately? His crops havo not fallen oil', though their market valuo is less by liO to CO per cent than it was a dozen years ago, and ho is paying from 8 to 40 per cent, interest for tho uso of inonoy, which increases in valuo while tho products of his farm decrease His taxes havo not been lessened, whilo his crops havo but ono-haof their former paying power. lf INCREASE IX LIVING EXl'KNSES. hrA 4?v - 'fjr, 1 v .i. wi y Because n man can now produco more in a given timo than fonnorly, when all work was dono by hand, his wages aro higher, but other things ovor which ho has no control aro moro expensive, so tho cost f living is much greater than within comparatively recent years. It would bo well to compare tho condition of American farmers with that of other men conducting great industries in tho country before determining whether any efforts should bo mndo toward aiding them. In 1850 tho total estimated wealth of tho population of tho United States was $7,1U5,780,228; in 1880 it was said to bo $00,000,000,000. The aggregato development of railroading during tho same period is stated by Mr. Mnlhull, to have been 1,530 per cent.; banking developed SJ00 per cent.; tho number of manufacturing establishments throughout tho country increased 100 per cent., and tho valuo of tho material used 500 iwr cent. In 1850 our farmers owned over 70 er cent, of tho wealth of tho country, and today they own less than 25 per cent., yet they pay over eighty cents in overy dollar that is collected in taxes. From 1850 to 18C0 farm values increased 101 per cent and from 1870 to 1880 but 0 per cent From 1850 to 1800 agriculture led manufacturing by 10 per cent, in increased valuo of products, and from 1870 to 1880 manufactures exceeded agriculture by 27 per cent, showing a diircrcnce in favor of manufacturing of 37 per cent. Tho crops of tho fanner cost him as much labor now as in 1870, but he to.ono-iial- f celves only from as much for them. Farmer now rajuiro ton dollars to purchase what forty years ago could havo been bought with ono dollar. They nro poor, whilo manufacturers .and bankers and railroad managers aro rich. Tho wealth of tho country is fast passing into tho hands of fow persons, and tho poor incrcaso alarmingly in numbers annually. ono-fourt- h THE NEVEK TIItlNO MOItTOAOE. V i f ' . ' But tho most dcplorablo features of tho farmers' condition aro tho mortgages on their homes and tho depreciation of farm values; and as many tillers of tho soil aro overwhelmed with mortgages on their property aud aro unablo to renew loans becauso securities aro weakening undor tho general depression, they aro annually becoming deprived of their homes. Tho position of tho farmer of tho present day, which is undoubtedly less advantageous than that of his predecessor, can bo ascribed to a number of causes. Not alono has ho been obliged to contend with tho manufacturer, the money changer, tho railroad builder and tho banker, but, nmong his own kind, a system of "bonanza farming" has arisen. Railroad companies gavo special rates to tho bonanza men, aud this disastrous competition grow still further as ranchmen took possession of tho vast areas of tho west, so that tho chances for success for tho farmor on a small farm have lessened yearly. Anothor reason tho farmer has fallen behind in tho raco is becauso his forces aro scattered, whilo those of others nro concentrated. Even a largo proportion of tho public lands, which could bo used by tho homestead Bottler, was granted to largo corporations. Statistics provo that agriculture earns not moro than 2 per cent, net profit, whilo tho rato of interest on money is from thrco to thirty timc3 as much. Tho nearer tho interest rato is to tho nverago gain of tho workers tho slower will bo tho process of absorption, aud tho higher tho rato abovo tliat avorugo tho faster will soino men becomo richer and tho masses poorer. Tho iucrcaso on profits of labor should bo tho basis upon which to estimate tho rato of interest to bo on loans of money. Tho oxperienco in nil countries and all ages havo been tho samo regarding high rates of interest tho absorption of property by tho rich nnd tho impoverishment of tho masses. Usury enslaved Grcoco and Homo, and England fouud herself in its chains in 1757. Money dictates our financial policy; inonoy controls tho business of tho country; inonoy is tho pooplo. Wall streot is a primal factor, and many of tho leading men thoro, with fortunes built upon tho rums of their fellows, aro in reality tho most audacious gamblers iu tho world. Tho poor crcatnro who, with a fow dollars sets up a gambling tablo in any town, is liablo to nrrcst at any moment nnd is despised by all tho world, whilo tho men who gainblo in Wall street nnd grow rich on tho failures of numberless persons aro called patriotic, becauso thoy lend their ill gotton gains to tho government at 12 per cent, interest, and thoy aro foted and dined by an intelliRonton gent and Christian pooplo. Herald. Speaking about kidney nnd liver troubles Mr. James Bonnes, Girdles, Ky., Bays: "Last summer I suffered from pain iu my back, and trouble with my bladder. I had to bo up frequently at night, and my rest was not enjoyed. 1 heard of Lightning Kidney and Liver Bcmcdy, and purchased ono bottle, and uftir taking same according to directions, I feel well. In fact, I can say it is tho best incdielno that ever went down a luiuian throat for kidney nnd liver For Halo by nil dealers. tlis-cai- o. should have rounded up by describing the excited condition of Clovcrport on tho subject of spiritualism, nnd of the deep. Interest the handsome auburn whiskered railroad attorney of that city Is himself manifesting iu tho subject; his kill? frequent visits to the blind medium on But what mother will not diligently West Walnut street, iu Louisville, etc. toil day by day for her offspring that Why not give it all ? has plnced under her charge. And God delights to leave the how tho The infant reason grows a pace and carts? of the day behind, whatever they calls for one more application of that may have been, to rtiirn to his home, good friend, Salvation Oil, which never for there is the wife of his bosom with disappoints but always kills pain. a sweet smile to greet his coining and It is neither pleasant nor piolltahlc to the little ones to dangle upon his knee. hear peopleconstantly coughing when No fault to find, no complaints to make. they could bo easily cured by n 25 cent Oli ! is not that an enithly homo around bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. tliat hearthbtonc. Does it kill. Words Not to Use. But allow me to point you a true picCute, for acute. ture that kills. When that patient toilParty, for person. ing wife sees the hurt nnd that led her Depot, for station. to the holy altar of matrimony nnd then I'romise, for assure. promised to love, cherish, and keep unPosted, for informed. til death. Yes he has long since broken Stopping, for staying. that vow, but what does she see ? Look Like I do, for as I do. at the picture. Feel badly, for feel bad. Bleared eyes, red face, limbered knee, First-ratns tin adverb. what ? Drunk, drunk, what does 'he see Healthy, for wholesome. husband debauched, (.hiidrviis' clothes Try and do, for try to do. tattered, wnie crying for bread, fires These kind, for this kind. lowffect unshod. I'roken hearted. Oh ? Cunning, for small, dainty. . yes worse than death. But sho toils on Funny, for odd, or unusual. for the dear little ones as only a true Guess, for supposo or think. mother will do. Fix, for arrange or prepare. But would you believe that the no Just as soon, for just ns lief. hie, kindhearted young man you saw with Had better, for would better. that beautiful bride a few years ago that Bight away, for immediately. is so degraded. You ask why all this. Between seven, for among seven. Oh ! he was a fashionable drum drunkNot ns good ns, for not so good as. er. Oh lieware of dram drinkers. Some ten days, for about ten days. The prettiest "Might in the world is a Tho matter of, for the matter with. pretty woman's feet in Jersey Lily boots, Not as 1 know, for not that I know. and since Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures Somebody else's, for somebody's else. all sorts of colds and costs but 25 cents, Kind of, to indicate u moderate deall women can wear them. gree. The earth moves. Evident i', you can Storms, for it rains or snows moderate- s buy a liniment, Salvation Oil, for 25 cents. Above, for foregoing, more than or beyond. Interviewing an Engineer. Try mi experiment, for make an ex1 thought from tho general appearance of the man, and from tho way he looked periment. More than yon think for, for more up every time the whihtle sounded, that he was a railroad engineer, nnd when I than you think. Nice, indiscriminately. Heal nice may made bold to ask the question I found I was right. After wo had conversed for be doubly faulty. Beal, as an adverb, iu expression, real aska few minutes on general topics, good, for really or very good. ed : Singular subject with contracted plu"I siippo.se you have had your share ral vi rb, o. g., "She don't skate well." of narrow escapes '.'" "Yes, hut not on tho rails," ho Home Without a Mother. "I was once shot at in a saloon, The room' hi tlUonlcr, and I once fell oil' the roof of a church. Tlit. ell's on Hit tnlilv, The llovvtrt.UHl iijim.1, mid tliv inUiIilcftn p ly; I never had an accident on the road." And Johnny Is f.crc, lining "Were you never Hugged for n bridge As louu ns Iic'b ahlc, carried away by a freshet just in time to Kor nothing goes liht when mamma uwuy. prevent an awful calamity'.'" What a scene of discomfort nnd con'Never; bridges always all right." fusion home would bo if mamma did not "Ever almost crash into another return. Jf your wife is slowly breaking train V" down, from a combination of domestic "Never." cares and female disorders, make it your "Hut you've inn over people ?'' first business to restore her health. Dr. "Never did, sir.' 1'eople always get Pierce's Favorite Prescription is without out of my way." a peer as a remedy for feeble and debili"You have at least been very anxious tated women, and is tho only medicine when rushing through the darkness for the class of mnhidics known ns fewith hundreds of lives in your keep- male diseases which is sold under a posiing?" tive guarantee from the manufacturers to get home, I suppose, thnt it will give satisfaction, or the but I don't remember any particular money will be refunded. It is a positive instance." euro for tho most complicated cases of I wasn't at all satisfied thus far, nnd womb troubles. after pausing to take breath, I asked: Rich without Money. "Were you over startled by thinking Many a man is rich without money. saw an open switch when too lato to you Thousands of men with nothing in their Btop the train?" "No, sir; tho switches nro always all pockets, and thousands without even a pocket, are rich. A man born with a O. K.," he replied. sound constitution, a good "1 havo been told thnt somo engines a pood seem to be pos.ses.sed by human intelli stomach, a good heart and good limbs, a pretty good head piece, is rich. Good gence " i es, i suppose so, nut wo don't uso bones nro better than gold, tough musthat kind on our road." cles than silver, aud nerves that flash "Many bravo men havo died with firo and carry energy to every function their hand on tho throttle." nro better than houses nnd land. It is 'I presume so, but I don't want to dlo better than a landed estate to have tho that way. I want to die at homo in mv right kind of a father and mother. bed." Good breeds and bad breeds exist among I was determined to get something out men as really as among herds and horses of him for a sketch, and so 1 persisted : Education may do much to check evil "Did you never havo your fireman .go tendencies or to develop good ones, but crazy while on a run ?" it is n great thing to inherit tho right "Never." 'But you must hnvo been .prepared nt proportion of faculties to start with. Is rich who has n good disposisomo timo or other to sacrifice your lifo Tho man tion, who is nnturally kind, patient, tosavo your train?" "No, sir, I nover have. You don't cheerful, hopeful, nnd who has n flavor seem to understand tho business. I of wit and fun in IiIh composition, The simply run to Chicago nnd back, nnd hardest thing to get on with In this life sometimes make as high as $110 jwr is it man's own self. A cross, solfish felmonth. That's about nil there is to it, low, n despondent nnd complaining felman, and if you are after perilous adventures low, n timid nnd these are all born deformed on tho Inyou should interview street car drivers, They do not limp, but their 1 understand that they take their lives side. thoughts sometimes do. Source, unin their hands every day in tho year." known. Detroit Free l'rcw. hut-bane, firwt-ela1 d. "Ycs-nnxious Does it Kill. Mr. Editor I presume your lady correspondent is quite literary therefore wo mako no pretentions to copo with her along that lino, but in nil kindness please to differ with her In some of her views. Sho says it is not work that kills but worry, nnd hor nuthor must havo been very dull ot comprehension, for God would linvo been very unjust to havo imposed upon his weaker sex fhat which thoy could not bear : had ho there would havo been very few oi tho good old mothers left. And what would many of us be, had it not been for our patient, toiling, christian mothers. Ro patient sister. Patience worketh wonders. Oh! how wo love to meet tho dear old grandmothers that toiled through nil the necessities of life, pa.ssed their thrco score and ten with eyes sparkling nnd faces beaming as bright as the noonday Sun. Why? Because they havo accom-plishc- ii what God has assigned them nnd como out more than conqucrer. Does it kill. Do I believe in education ? most and of all of God's people it ought to be tin- - women who nro educated, for thnii)li her the m'ptro of God's is wielded. And when she lakes upon herself the capacity of wife and mother then a new lifo begins, new duties to take tip, pome to bo given up, somo extended. But it takes nerve, will and patience, but above nil the Grace of God. Our homes are our vineyards, our little ones the twigs, and our first lesson is to train them in tho way they should go or weeds will spring up before we are aware of it; their Bodies must be cared for carefully or thoy will grow caieless ; their food properly prepared or there is danger of disease creeping among them. Oh ! what a world of work and worry. Oh! how very tired we get, hut docs it iiui-ver- Ben Poindextcr, Save Murray and TWENTY BELOW ZERO. Hypnotism, Tho Town Talk man of tho Owensboro Messenger says : Hon. Dr. Murray, of Clovcrport, has been in Louisville telling tales. To a rejwrter ho said that that most of tho towns in Western Kentucky, nnd particularly Hnwesvlllo and Owensboro, were considerably worked up over hypnotism, or rather the superior will power of ono mnn over another. It is a well known fact that when Hnwesvlllo is without a ghost of somo kind nil the inhabitants nro away attending a circus or tho races somewhere ; nnd n negro preacher can go to Owensboro and prophecy tho d'slocatlng of Venus and get the majority his way. "I was nt Hnwesvlllo a few days and witnessed some great feats at the hands of 'Prof.' Ben Poindcxttr, tho county clerk," said Mr. Murray. "Tho way the business is dono is as follows: As many persons as desire get in a room nnd select a victim; they then send him out a moment, and. whilo gone, tho party agree that when 'the victim' returns he shall do ns they think ; they then 'think botuetliiiig fur him to do, ami two of them lay their hands on his shoulders. One would be siiiprised to see how accurately the susceptible man perforins any feat the party may think for him to do. It is successful, and there is no question about it. Some time ago Col. l'oindexter went to Owensboro nnd broke up two protracted meetings with as he his wonderful has named It." ,, St Paul Shivering Tho Coldest Winter for Four Years. St. Pali., Minn., Jan. 15. This week Mr. Murray whilo he was telling talcs has been ono of tho coldest over experienced in tho entire Northwest. Tho last very cold winter was four years ngo, when the great Dakota blizzard caused over 200 deaths, but during that memor-bl- o January tho worst thing about tho weather was tho penetrating, cutting winds that blinded thoso who were out of doors so thnt many lost their way and were frozen to death. It is very noticeable in tho present cold snap that no lives havo as yet been reported lost. There may be scattered fatalities before tho weather moderates, but the torriblo results of 18S8 can scarcely bo looked for. Tho present cold is of tho intense variety that compels careful bundling up ngainst possible perils, but there is little or no snow on the ground. Last night was probably tho coldest of tho season, audit is doubtful whether there will be a night equal to it for some years. The mercury went down until it froie in many localities, in fact, all through (lie northern pait of the State, iu Manitoba, Xoitb D.ikota nnd in the Canadian Northwest tho temperature ranged from '!0 to IS below yoro in spirit thermometers recorded from 5 to 10 degrees lower. At!) o'clock this morning it was IS below nt Pembina in the northern part of North Dakota ; Fergus Falls !!0 below this morning, this being the sixteenth consecutive morning with the mercury below zero. Bisuiark reports tho temperature at 21 below, St. Vincent 40 below, Moorhead 28 below and Winnipeg 12 below. In this city tonight tho temperature downtown was 10 below, while In tho more exposed parts of the city, In tho residence portion, it ran down 5 to 10 degrees lower. A heavy snow storm is reported nt S. I)., but here it is clear and cold. Elk-horn, We Give the Plants You Pick the Flowers :- JUST WHAT EVERY FARMER Wa :- - A CHARMING OFFER FOR1892. The offer which brings tho greatest amount of pleasure to overy homo at tho smallest cxpenco. The publisher of tho BnuqKENMiiciE News, Cloverport, Ky., has made solo arrangements for this town as follows : On Year's Subscription to BitEcKExmnaE News Vuluo - - - S1.00 Frank Leslie's Weekly or Zeitung (colored numbcrj, twelvo times a year, including tho Christmas 1.25 Number, Graphological Chart, or Reading of your Character - 1.00 from your Handwriting, Four Iiosc or four Chrysanthemum Plants, or 25 packets of clioico flower seeds, all from tho from seed houye of Peter Henderson it Co., Now .25 York. -- Grariit CHILLED PLOW. t4MsGflMssisMAk z?:e3::e . .... Total, :.... 1 ,.'i ,, A SWEEPING SUCC -- Our now "GRANITE" Chilled Plow haa cono to tl. We offer nil these for $2.00 in advance. on Peter Henderson it Co., for any of tho wonderful strides. 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