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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892020301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0' 4 .. Priioner of Wr, Head the npi'iilng chapters of our new dial story livguit In till Uuc. There i not n dull line In It from beginning to end. A ,- - - - - THE BRECKENRIDGE IS OOPYRIQHT - N EWS. 00 NEW BXORT. The opening chapter! ot a new 'an Irlllllant serial entitled "A TrUpner oi in ar 14- Var' written exprewly for the In this Issue. Head It. . t I,EWS-nppe- ,.'. -- 1 VOL. XVI. . CLOVERPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1892. went on silently In front, toTu" flml lie was leading us over n beaten path with I' which he was perfectly familiar. never hear a dog barking in the distance in the night time now that it docs not at once bring to mind some scene or iuci dent of this fliuit There was seldom ti liigtit when wo were not I tardea by hearing from some direction the barking of a dog, and, like the ringing of u bell buoy to a sailor, we always regarded it as n signal that told of danger near by. Wo were too weak to keep up tho swift pace set by our guide, so that frequently we had to cull on him to halt while we threw ourselves on the ground, panting from the unusual exertion. An occasional glimpse of the stars told that wo were moving duo north, and it seemed to mo that we must have been marching for eight or ten hour.i. when Wilklus, after loading us along u wagon road for n milu or two. turned into a clearing nnd stopped before one of a cluster of cabins whoso outlines we could mako out. Knocking at tho door, with a p uuo between each rap that suggested a preconcerted signal, a voico called out from within: "Who's ilnhr "It's me Ben." replied tho guido. "Wat BenT "Bon Wilklus, from ov.th Ogecchce way." niodfin roriune. In tho winter of 1870-'- 71 n grent coi t lino festival was held in Muuiclu Among tho many beautiful women presiu cln'-Bient was n Greek girl, dios-tocostume of extromo simplicity, her only jowols Lolug n singlo string of pe.uls nbout tho neck. A Boston artist, then a student nt tho Royal Art Academy, who wns presont, says tho Boston Trfliiscrfpf, was impressed with the clnssio chnim of this virgin beauty, rir'n sketches and notes, and nt onco set to work to pnitit tho picture, but in vain; tho timo had not como in which to rcnllzo tho conception, and tho canns wns laid aside. Two years ago, as the artist was returning fioui a summer trip to Europo, ho was Introduced to n Hungarian noble-mn- n, who had Loen appointed consul, nnd with his family wns sailing for Now York When introduced to the consul's family, n glanco at tho daughter, n lienu-tifgirl or 10, brought to mind Mho Greek ghl booh nt tho costume festival lu Mun ch years ago; another look nt the mother, nnd indeed it was tho same wom.itk An liitlmato ncquaiutnnco brought to ll0'ht the fact that tho IIuugarlnnr.tliaii n student at the University of Munich, lost his heart that memorable night at tho festival nnd soon nftor married the girl. A few mouths after tho arrival in New York tho dnughlor gave silting to N v v PRISONER T jf.O EVERY MONTH SIiowb a gratifying increase in tho ' bWAR to do F K CrtLMOUN 1001. v'amount of Exchango and Custom work we are doing, and OY AMCRICAN PRES3 ASSOCIATION t EVERY DAY ffs Brings encouraging words from our with They invariably say V customers ised ho; then he nr on tlio toolhouso floor and xnri'iul over them tin hlunlcet from the curt Kent. This done lit? ttliook hands with as, ami. itfter another invocation to put our trust "In do Lor of Hosts," he drovo nwuy Dull and I too It o(T our boots, wnshed our stocking in u imxiI near by and the hut. limiB' them up to dry Iko promised Durham Oigai FOR A GOOD SMOKE ASK FOR THE runted tho boards THE lOflMfe, . " ""13 Iii-it- le . ' v f'Give me some t of our clothes. Thed.iy promto be very hot and the mosquitoes particularly active, but we clo.sed the door Hfi'nrely on the inside and lying down on tho blanket wero noon fust iim-- more of the same kind, nsleep. ' And that is what wo are doing fast as possible,. If you have not tried us, do so at once, and supply yourself with tho Best Flouk and . -:- -:-- -:- -:- - - Meal We Manufactured in tho. state. servo you promptly any day in tho week. If you want to buy Flour Dr Meal, send U3 your orders. Prices quoted on application. Respectfully, IRYIiTOi I1ILW S 5" CO., IRV1NGTON, KY. "" V! Tl jl -- - Geo. Yeakel & Co. BRANDENBURG, KY. -- : We'e teen Rsked that q'lntlon a tltnee Intely by people who bought atour(tre, goods they were ured to ptylng double the money fur. Hut dou't waste wonder. We g t tho goods honestly, paid good money for them and they are ours to thmn away, give away We or sell i' way under uur tegular prlco. e hoose to do lb last, you owe It to yours e'f tn come around and stock up at these unbeurd of prices It : How CanWe Do hundred, rin?Sin$ of your life to secure Overcoats at yrur own rice. 1 lot Men's overcoats w'h $15 00 r.d'd to $10 00 The 1 lat charo . i 10 dO l 1 8 to i . AUCTION l "3 PRICES & 9 00 7 JO 6 P0 40 " ' " ' 7 90 o on 3 80 1 98 AT Geo.. Yeakel UNTIL 1 1 Co.'s, TIME. to $12 V STOCK TAKING lot Men's suits i i n'h $18 00 reduced U 40 &0 I j " ' 00 7 50 4 98 k One lot jif Ladies' One shoes wortb $1 00 $2 49 ., Jteduced to One lot of Ladles' lino shoes worth $2 50 1 98 Hedaced to . . , One lot of Ladles' line shoes worth $1 75 1 24 Reduced to One lot of Ladles' fine shoes worth $1 25 95 Heduced t One I t of Ladles' heavy shoes worth 09 $1 10 Reduced to One lot of Men's bouts to close worth $2 90 $4 00 reduced t One lot of Men's boots to close worth $.! 00 reduced to One lot nf Men's boots to close worth 1 50 ... $2 SO reduced t Ona lot nf Men's samplo boots to close 1 25 worth $2 50 to $5 1)0 reduced to... Drp$$ fioorI$ are offering something fine lu Dress Goo'ds which can not be found at any other bouse. They compose the remainder of Fine Dress floods bought early In the season and must be s dd. You will never have another such a chance Tbey to get a nice Dress and get It cheap. Come early If you will not not last lung. want choice. We GEO. YEAKEL & CO. - BRANDENBURG, KY. HassQcuredduring!892 H, Hldsr Haggaid, W. D. Norman Lockytr, fleorgu Merdlth, Usnan Doyle, Andrew Lang, Mark Twain,. ,'BtJ Oeorge Mlvart, J. Chandler Harris, Endyard KlpUig, 'William Black, 'E. lioals BtevsBson, Mary E. Wtlklm. W. Olark Busiell, Frances Hodgson Burnett, And many other distinguished writers. la the greatest Andrea The Sunday Sun Sunday Newspniwr in world. By mail the Price 6c, a copy. $2 a year. THK SI'Wi Now York. There wits plenty of ventilation through tho cracks, hut ns there was not n breath of air stirrin;; outside, it was as damp and hot inside that littlo as a Russian hath. Out despite the discomfort, we might have slept on "Fo' shuahr "Sartiu nn dead shuah, Abo. It's ma till dark, had we not been aroused by a pounding on the door, accompanied by a an no one else." piplug negro voice: "It's me, ole Jim, mastnhst Ike he done tole me to como out I10.1I1 wid mif-fl- n V to eat." XAWl V"r In an Instant wo were on our feet, and throwing open tho door wo saw an old, white headed negro, with a stout staff tn one trembling hand, while the other clutched the mouth of u feed bag slung over his shoulder. We Invited him in and shook hands with him As , wo had had nothing to eat for twent. four hours mid our recent userclse was well cnlulated to produce hunger, wo took out the contents of tho bag while the old man was regretting that tho food was not better nnd uiplaiuiug why ho had not come to us before. "It ain't v'at we'd like to gin Yankees nn BP'nmen," said the ebony angel of mercy as Bell handed out the fried bacon, the golden poues of corn bread and tho sweet potatoes, like sausages distort,1 rOiSS)XvSN vs. .u s ed iu the roasting, lu addition to these VJ VF4J,l ' luxuries there were two bottles of butV --?1. Avr V viSC termilk, with little nodules of butter floating through it. "Reckon, mastahs, yous right smart WE WAMCni) DOWN THIS STItKAJI. hungry," said tho old man, as, with won"But who's yeh got long widge yeh?" der in his eyes, he watched us attacking This was asked after the bolt on the intho food. lie got no reply, nor was side was hal' drawn and pushed back there need of oue: our appetites spoko again, as if the man had suddenly disfor theniM'lves. covered our iresence. "Peahs powahful like's ef yous didn't "Izo got fnen's 'long" dono hub enough." said the man, after "Wito mrn, BeirV" we had devoured the last scrap, except "Opent Ain't I done tolo yeh it's nil the potato skins, and drained the last right? Tiuk I'd av come roustlu ob yeh drop from the bottles We assured him out ef 'twasr.'t all right? Hurry up an that we had hail enough, perhaps mote let mo an de Yankees in fo' we'ze uigh than was good for us, and we regietted done zanstei" wtid our guide, and lie our inability to reward him. He replied, emphasized bis impatience by another with pious fervor: series of rap on tho door. "1 dou't want nofllu, mastahs, but 1 The word "Yanlceeij" appeared to have does pray dat de Yankees may come wid the same effect on the man inside that do guus.au dat old .hm'Ildiua free man. the "opeti sesame" did on tho door at nn dat de chdlen an de chillen's chilleu the entrance to the robbers' cave in the will ull be free. Bless de Lor!" He instory of the "Forty Thieves." for it ut formed ns that Ike, who was his son and once swung open r.nd we entered. tho overseer on tho place, had sent him "Hyar'a two Yankee gemmen ez is to us mid told him to remain "twul 'scaped from Milieu. Iko Lamar he met 'bout an houah aftah dark," when he up wif dein yestay, an lie got mo to fotch was to guide lis to "do qnatahs." 'em obah hyar. You ain't got no wite It was now about 4 in the afternoon, folks nigh de place, an you ken keer so that we had a chance to dry onr fo'm nn git 'em headed 'bout right. Now, clothes thoroughly before wo put them it'll soon be sun up, an I must be on. it back, so ef so be yeh've got sutliiu So anxious was the old man to carry to eat handy I wouldn't mind tryin it, out his orders not to move till an hour an 1 reckon deso gemincu'd in do same nfter dark that it seemed to us to be fix," said Ben Wilklus, with his buck to fully three hours before he thought it tho door. safe to start. We traveled along a road The man who had let us in raked the quite dry, considering the recent ruin. ashes off the coals where they had been At length lights were visible ahead, and buried, placed on them some pine knots, our guide took us out of the road and nnd very soon the interior of tho cabin along a path that led to a cluster of log was illuminated. A bed, a few stools, cabins, the lights iu the upper stories n and u pot and mi iron pan, nnd n little few hundred yards away telling the cupboard, in which wero a few cracked whereabouts of "de white folks' house." dishes, constituted the furnituro of the We were conducted into a cabin and the place. Abe, tho owner of the cabin door was closed behind us. As there was that is, if it man could be said to own no light outside we came to a stop, but a anything who did not own himself hurlow, frightened whisjicring told us that riedly pulled on his much patched there were others present. Hands were clothes, eying Bell and myself tho reached out and we were led to a bench, while as if he had serious doubts as to then wnnobody said: Bell our being genuino "Yankees." "Mastahs. lzo Ike, ez yous seed today must have surmised what was passing ovuh by de pit. We's done talked it nil through the man's mind, for to set all ovah, an wo 'lows it'd bo mos' powahful doubts ut rest ho pointed to my ragged dangous job for yous to hang ronu heah. jacket with its yellow fncings and said: Yous got to be a moviii fo' shnah. Now, "You see that 'ur coat: ain't it blue?" de question am, which way is yous With commendable caution tho man fo7" replied, "It 'peahs to bo blue." "The Savannah "river," replied Bell "Waal," continued Bell, with tho as"Onco I can see that, I'll feel ez if I was surance of one communicating valuable lookin plum into the eyes of an old information, "1 had u bluo coat yesterfriend. W'y, I know every spring up day, but 1 swapped hit off back at tho thnr in the Bue Ridge, wliur hit hez Lamar place fo' this ynr doggono gray hits rise." rag, jest coz hit's n snfor color down ynr. My own hope was to strike our forces, But wo uns is true blue Yankees. Help known to bo operating at this time wo uns thuugh, Uncle, nnd by tho Atlanta and Uhnttnnoogu, but us ronrln thunder and Gin'ral Jackson, the river might servo ub n guido withou' you'll seo theso ynr woods nswarmin taking us much out of our way. 1 offered with Yanks ufonli tho year's out, nnd no objection. Again Bell's shrewdness you uns'll bo free to light out fo' showed itself. He asked if there was n Confederate or a citizen's coat about the Bell's words wero moro prophetic than place which ho might have for his own he imagined, for within n fow months bluo one. One, tho recent property of Shermnu'B left wing swept over this "Mauss Bert," was brought him, and ho country on its triumphant march to tho took it, although it was several sizes sea. too email. Ben Wilklus, a slave from Abo's doubts seemed to vanish, for ho an adjoining plantation, was present iu mado us sit down; then ho hurried from the darkened hut, and Iko told us that tho cabin to get us something to eat this man would guide us "out Sylvmi'a Whllo ho wus gone Ben Wilkins told us way, twel nigh 'bout sun up," when ho that Abo was "a powahful leadah in would leave us in the hands of friends. prayer," of which wo had subsequent This arrongemout was perfectly satis- proof, and that ho wus tho overseer in factory. We reached out in darkness solo chargo of "tho Branch place" nnd nnd clasped tho generous black hands. "'bout forty ban's." Tho owner of tho Tho door creaked open and wo followed plantation had gone to tho Avar nnd his Ben Wllkins ouf, accompanied by tl.3 family was living at Augusta, wholly blessings nnd prayors of our lowly but dejKindont for theirsnpport on the energy We found here, and fidelity of this slave. Yet from first generous entertainers. as on subsequent occasions, a lino of to lust ho had been true to his trust. pickets had boon established from tho That this was not duo to ignoranco of white (oiks' house to tho cabins, so as to his natural rights, his treatment of Bell guard against detection. anil ipysoj clearly showed. And so, with tho hunger gone nnd our to be continued, hopo strengthened, wo began tho second night of our escnpo. Tho wonder of tho ago Salvation Oil, CHAPTER III. cents n bottle. It kills for twenty-fiv- e AKXIOUa DAYS AND NIQHTS. all pain. Bon Vv'Ukius, who acted as our guide Columbus discovered America nnd from tho Lain'nr place, was a tall, aththirty. Ho kept us Edison invented tho phonograph, but it letic man of about moving through the wootls, but the remained for Dr. Bull to invent tho emoothn.ett8.of, tho ground and the cer- remedy of the ago, Cough Syrup," the tainty "and,' atyeitnesa of his etridonslie kldnoy euro. At nil dealers for 25 eta. tool-hous- e l complete thepicluie. "Loukopis, " which by the mother years hud boon Tho artist wns J. M. Stone, of proUous. this city, and tho picture was gro.itly admired nt tho Inst Art Club exliib.t.on. nj& which infest the earth. Their destruction is grent, ns they destroy life in thousands of human beings annually. Tho only lim'tation to their devastation is food to feed on. They produce countless diseases ns malaria, scrofula, eczcmn, cancer, contagious blood poison, etc., etc. Tho remedy for this small but numerous nnd destructive foe, is to expel him from tho body by the mo of Swift's Specific. S. S. S. will route him out completely, nnd force out nlso the poison which ho hns left behind. Be sure to get tho genuine. Do not let any onoputoiTon you n substitute or imitation. Send for our book on the blood nnd skin. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. Snake SwiiIIihtoiI tlio lluby. Goorge Wharton, of Browu county tolls n blood curdling suako story. Mri "William Iluxelly, living In n log cabin, was making sfjfe in tho back ard, hnv ing kissed her swBot little 0 mouths balx tosleop in tlu3cradle. Presently tin baby sci entnod, nud she rushed in uud was horror stricken to find n hideout blucksunko of enormous slzo trying t( swallow tho child. It had ongulfcd tin hand nud swallowed it up to tho ant pit and wes wiithlng in Its contortloni and efforts to make further progress, SMALL i(. microbes f ro 'nany of tho countless CIGAR HETTERM ANN BROS.,,, 801 & 803 W. MAIN STREET, L. E. SHANNON, Gen. Traveling' Agt. s-r- j' " - m nymmj4; ' TELi (SUBWSSBBMSJMMfSH J1'" DEuAL.nsrxj-C'X'XJisEJi- D :s-s- r ' : LOUISVILLE; E x DovI$ & To throw aside thnt old stove and Itackcty piece of to Good 1 ' And come to our liouso and purchase something that is durablo and cheap. Our goods arofwithinliht of all and our prices mako it possiblo for every household to bo will furnished, both FURNITURE muuP,en . Giasplug tho hideous roptilo lu the middle, it seemed to relax its hold nnd dis gorgj tho child's nrm, thon turnod upor its mothor. She d tshed it to tho floor, nnd in her wild frenzy stamped it t dentil. It proved to bo of tho blacl racer species, 7 feet 3 inches long, and measuring 01 inches in circumference, Tho babo lived, and tlio only incouvon lenco it suffered from its terriblo ex perience was tluit its arm and hand were blistered ns if sc'dod iu hot wnter Cincinnati Enquirer. IimQ G" the parlor. Don't buy a thing until you get our prices. and Farmer's Supplies. Wo are the money savers on Furnitri?bK IT oaasGaaaaasaaaasaaapDaaaa 03333 33H 3333333 3333332 SPECIAL.' TOBACCO, EICE, D c3 Ignornnqo of the merits of DoAVitt's Little Early Risers is a misfortune. These little pills regulate tho liver, cure headache, dyspcpsln, bud breath, consitpatlon and biliousness. Sold by Short A Hny-ne- s. A lleiiven Son! tilfr. is In tho fllco of the Merchants' SODA, SHOT. POWDER. LOADED SHELLSJ FLOUE : DoyoustlUUko our Charter OnkStovo as well as when we LADroFTnnllorSE first got it, Murv? HKUVAJfT Oh, every bit as well. Ma'am. Laiiv of tiik House I am expecting a friend to tako dlnnerwlthus next week, on purpose to show tier how nlco our stovo cooks everything, and I want you to havo u nlco dinner (or us. Hkhvant Indeed I will, Ma'am. There's no trouble tocook nlco Willi Unit stove. The TVlm Gauxe Oven Door h makes It so much easier than other stoves I Iuiyo been used to, nnd I havo to much moro time to mako everything Just right. Just look at that roll) I never havo bad luck with bread, biscuits or cake, now. Lady op tub Housk Why. how do jou explain It? Bkkvant Well, I don't li.ivo to u a tch everything so close lor fear It will burn. You know how careful you hnvo to bo with a I ak d custard, It Is so apt to burn on top before It It baked through. Tho Charter O.ik bakes It perfectly without any danger of burning. And then tn roasting n turkey, I dim't havo to keep basting It every Ayo minutes. It roasts beautifully brown without It, and without drying It up like the tlghtovens do. And you know how crisp tti. bhcults aro without being hard and tough. Von always praised my biscuits, but If It wasn't toi the wire gauzo oven doorl know they wouldn't I o near ns nice. I liopo I'll never havo to cook anywhere again ulicro they haven't got a Charter Oak Stovo orKange. There National B ink, of Kansas City, u f of n meteor which has a peculiar w history. borA farmer In 'Wertorn Kansas had rowed moro money on his farm than ha found himself nblo to repay. "Whllo meditating ovor his bad fortune, but, with tho usual onorgy of tho Kansas farmor, still tilling his soli, he turned up this moteorlo stone, und examined it, but discovered nothing pacullar in its mako up until n relative from tho East, who una visiting him, noticed it and told him it was of great valuo. Tlio farmer communicated with Professor John Hay, Stato Geologist at Junction City, Kan., who visited the placo and conflrmoJ tho opinion of the relative and causod collectors of such stones to compete for its purchase. It was sold for a sum largely in s 1 of tho amount required to rcdoom 023303002(333 333 J bis homo from tho ninno rag-mo- ut ox-ces- and : MEAL. SUGAR, t r iH- - COFFEE, s MOLASSES. 0333333333333333333300030 A i.j 333333333 HENSLEY, JOLLY OUR JANUARY DEJERNETTE, freo-dom- l" don't want a torpid liver. You don't want nhnd complexion. You don't want n bad breath. You don't want n Then uso DoWitt's Little heudache. Eurly Risers, tho famous llttlo pills. Sold by Snort & Hayncs. You Ifuimosi that which springs from a sonso o duty, that which spring! fiom a nntura! bonovolonco townrd one's species, and, that which springs from love. JKjfel"! of these is n conscious unseffiirtiuosai tho second is so in a loss degree; but tht third may bo and very often is uncon Nono tin fcIous of itself nltogothor. less It neods to bo drnggod Into tho IlgW now nnd then, nnd carefully cxnmlnoil, lest It loo, beautiful though it is, shoule dogonorato then aud there Into somo removed from It u iMiurrot OP- - FARMERS SUPPLY HOUSE, HARDINSBURG, jjKY. s? fJnse'.llslinias. Tltarn nrn ttirn, klmlfl nf c CLEARING SALE Is now in full blast. A large stock of HARRY GUENTHER 401-40- 7 & BRO.. 2. 4 (i East Main St., IK'S". I i 'it0. fr OLOTHING, DRY GOODS BOOTS and SHOES NOTIONS, GROCERIES :::- EILTa- HtTIES' From to 500 horse power. DO GENERAL :-- Little ISnrly Itisers havo an enormous sale, and why? Simply becnuso they are pleasant in taking one happy in results. A pill for tho multitude. Sold by Short & Hayncs.. O'Hoollgan Convinced. Ho tould mo to move on. It is an established fncf that DoWitt's GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS LADIES DRESS GOODS UNDERWEAR FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS. at Bottom Prioos. For the next sixty days we offer special inducements to our trade and those who come first get the pun. "Oi'dhovyex to know ol'm n glntlo L "Provo it," bsz he. "Ol mon.-sozo- Manufacture Engines, Boilers, Bow and Grist Mills, Cano Mills and Evaporators, Lath and Shinglo Machines. Machinery, Kcop in Stock Now nnd Socond-han- d Steam and nand Tumps, Gum and Leather Bolting, Iron and Wood Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers, Brass Goods, Pipo and Fittings, Circular Saws, Machine Oils, And all kinds of Mill and Machine Supplies. -- J will, " sea ol. An' wid tliot I showed him a wad uv unpaid bill ol had in me pocket Smlthcrs And what did ho say? O'Hoollgan Tho shpnlpano npoly. WITT I WIEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY. 8r- - PRICES and all husiness guaranteed to be satisfactory. Correspondence solicited. o-ivB tired, tjs .a. ca-IjIj- . ; tr isyi '"foiiWWWBll! "fibh Mi. .j Jk i i ,' a""'' Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, tfEMtUAilY It, lb92. THE FISCAL COU11T HILL. A niLi, to establish a Fiscal Court for HARQINSBURG 0EPJ1I1TMENT, HEP HOT. tor Mr. Wheeler The Great Leader of the Third Party In this County Sill vW'''"'-''- ' vvvVvvvvvvvwvvvvvwvvvvvyvvvvvvvvwvvvwvw i Ea3 5 1X0. ti. A VIRGH. O. nAMtAGK. Kdltora and Proprletora. Iv :' I ad Express going Eait b St. Ii. &T. Local Time Card. " " " west 111 10,01 a.m. 9.40 p.m. 11.19 a.m. ..iu.m a.m. IiftelgM " Weit Bait a.ai p.m. Hell iv.V9K.in, iJW preacher is dead. kuas. W. SrunoEOjf, tlio great rWfiret exhibit for tlio World's Fair Mchod Chicago from Japan. oiissioner Kaum asks for an appro- jon of $144,930;000 for pensions for lost fiscal year, Lick did not como off, cost lie naatsum of $2,000,000. Iettixo rcadr for that Chilian war, Undo Fain 7Tiie bill "calling for an appropriation r tho World's Fair will 1h) Intradural jho Legislaturcthis week. fciwjudicial district as agreed upon tho Scnato Kcdlstricting Committee, pomposed of tho counties of Urecken- idee, weaue, uaruin aim unijaon. $fo Kentucky delegation to the Kati- - aal pemocratic Convention will have eadquartera at tho Palmer House, phieago. ItooniB liavc already been en- baged. Ax interesting paper is printed in this issue on tho life of Cowper, tho poet, I written by Sir. James Heron, Mine Sup- srintendent for the Brcckenndgc Com- hiany, (Limited.) The branch penitentiary at Eddyville 6 s regarded as a magnificent failure. Tho sislaturo is trying to figure out what j$c it can bo put to as it has cost tho ate a large sum of money. : lHr OnoVER Cleveland is down in Louis- liana enjoying a big hunt. It is said that ho is indifferent about his nomination Efor President, and has thought of with (holding his namo from tho convention f hi together. A meeting of representatives of tho M fit w St It -- ut. , 3en e-holding onje's Party, Farmers, Greenhackers Srii Prohibitionists was held at Chicago st week to inaugurate a movement to Mn. II. E. Wooi.foi.k, who attended inito all of these reformers on one Pre- tho World's Fair Conference at Ixmib-villlidcntial candidate. gives this good report of the deleOt'itliomc capitalists will wake up to gates : "At the banquet v.'iic was distho fact niter it is too late, that there is pensed with liberality,' but was not acgood money in building houses for rent. cepted with the freedom one would from an assembly composed of vishero QUght to be fifty good houses built. Ru this town this spring. They,cond all itors from the country, foot loose and cent, on presumably ripe for a frolic or a good 5 rented at a handsome--pemonoy invested'. time. The writer saw nine delegates at one table, seated in a row directly oppoSE wc have a half dozen candid- - site him, proclaim their belief in total ts for Congress from this district, that abstinence by turning down their glassiftl'bo no reason why the race should be es and at other tables a great many purfall complicated. Geographically con sued the same course." Stanford Intersidered and things being equal in all ior Journal. pthcr respects, it will ho easy to deter- fmino that tho honors should fall to the Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that (man from Preckenridge. contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy tho sense The grand jury in tho United States of smell and completely derange tho ' Xfyurt at Owensboro last week indicted a whole system when entering it through half dozen revenue oilicers for having tho mucous surfaces. Such articles used money while in the service forpoli- - should never be used except on pretical purposes. Those indicted aro as scriptions from reputable physicians, as follows: Win. Feland, Eugene McAdams the damage they will do is ten fold to O. X. Buchanan, X. 8. Itoark, Charley the good you can possibly derive from Harvey and T. C. Gillett. them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., The business of merchandizing con- contains no mercury, and is taken intersists of doing three things, viz : Moving, nally, and ncU directly upon the blood holding and making known. Tho rail- and mucous surfaces of tho system. In road moves it, the merchant holds it un- buying Hull's Catarrh Cure bo sure you til his home paper makes known the get the genuine. It is taken internally, Happy Homes. fact through its advertising columns that and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Thousands of sad nnd desolate homes it is for side. Then it goes. The old Cheney it Co. have been niado happy by uso of "Roso JCSySold by Druggists, 7."c. per bottle. Buds," which havo proven an absolute of making known cure for tho following diseases and their wJint you have to sell is played out. Patton's Vitrified Brick Company. distressing symptoms. Ulceration, ConMr. George C. Patton, who is to be the gestion and Falling of tlio Womb, OvarThe earnings of the Louisville, St. of Louis and Texasltail way for tho month of General Manager this enterprise, was ian tumors, Dropsy of tho Womb, Suphero last week. The company has been pressed Menstruntlon, Rupturo nt ChildDecember were something over $38,000, showing a very large increase over any organized in Chicago and all the capital birth, or any complaint originating in made up for a plant with capacity diseases of tho reproductive organs; of the previous months of tho year. stock " This largo increaso is duo to some extent to turn out fifty thousand brick per day. whether from contagious diseases hereIt is to bo located on the Wilkerson dity, tight lacing, overwork, excesses or to the closing of the Pntton tunnel on land ndjoiuiug the city limits. Satisfact- miscarriages. Ono lady writes us that tho Air Lino, but not entirely. The Leucor-rhc- a road has a fino traffic of its own and it is ory arrangements have been made to after sufTering for tin years with u or Whites, that ono application enis only a construct switch at once from the depot constantly increasing. It question of time when the Texas will be to the grounds, nnd the underbrush be- tirely cured her, and furthermore, she ing now all cleared away, nothing stands suffers no more pain during tlio menone of tho best paying roads running inin tlio way. Mr. Patton will return in a strual period. It is a wonderful regulato Louisville. week and begin activo operations. We tor. "Roso buds" aro a simple, harm- i welcome this addi'lonal enterprise and less preparation, but wonderful in effect. TiiE Tar Springs property ought not to go for a song. Properly handled thero feel sure that It will add largely to our Tho patient can apply it lierbclf. No is money in tlio investment for some- business interests and prove profitable doctors' examination necessary, to which body. It has not been many years, for to thoso who bring their capital among all modest women especially young ladies seriously object. From it is within tho recollection of the News, us. tho first application you will feel liko a sinco it was regarded as the most fashion-- , If you have a disease similar to the now woman. Price $1.00 by mnll postnblo resort in tho country. Your fine following, try the same remtdy and seo paid. old Virginia gentleman and tho best if it does not cure you. ".My wife had Co., 839 The Li:vi:iii.tte Sra-irisociety of many Southern states visited inflaiiiatlon of tlio bladder for about Washington St. Boston, Mass. Tar Springs in years past. Let us .tho five years. I tried everything I could hope that it will fall into tho hands of think of to relieve her, but failed to do LONG BRANCH. w ill endeavor to again make thoso who so; even our family physician failed to it n popular public resort. Mr. Dick LcGraud visited friends hero benefit her any. At last I purchased Lightning Kidney and Liver Remedy, Sunday. .rCor,. Polk Johnson throws out this gradually improving, no The sick nnd mn glad to say that after the first now cases. aro valuable hint to the Legislators and oth- doso my wifo was relieved, and now Mi Ella Hcndrick had n slight aters assembled at Frankfort. It is good after taking only two bottles of said rem- tack of grip last week. advico for tho capital and everywhere edy, is entirely well. Lightning Kidney Mr. Henry Shelton, It. R. agent, Rock else : "None knows better than ono nnd Liver Remedy cured her," Haven, was hero Sunday. who has lived in Frankfort the difficulty Mr. Elvis Wimp, Rrundenbiirg, visited I. W. Lo.no, Cartnight, Ky. besotting tho feet of an official who intliis neighborhood last week. For side by all druggists. dulges in a social glass. It is demoralizMrs. J. II. Sullivan, Louisville, attended tho Dooley Hull nuptials. ing to him mentally, morally and finanNOTICE. Miss Addle Ditto. Louisville, is excially. Finally, wo conclude) that the young man Is safest and happiest who II. Mafcilllatt having resigned pected to visit here tills week. Mr. E. Mrs. J. K. Ditto, of tlio lower bottom, avoids political preferment altogether, his connections with this Company, wo though ho work out his destiny in beg to advise that wo shall continuo in attended the Dooloy Hall nuptials. Mrs. John Hall was moved up to her humble station throughout all his days." the stave business in this section. daughter's, Mrs. Kato Hendricks last FriYes, drinking and treating usually go Cojiimny, Cincinnati day. Sho stood tho trip very well. g aud hand in hand with January 1, 18U2. Hawesville, Ky. Miss Rosy Hall was married lost and tho first thing a man Wednesday to Mr. Sim Dooley nt tho knows ho is in tho maelstrom, a mental of Mr. Cal Hendricks. Tim cereBuy tho Monarch shirt. and physical wreck. Young men and mony was performed by Rev. Dan Shackold men, bowaro of looking on tlio wine led. Mr. Dooley and wifo will make rem nvrii'ici'HiA U.e Ilrown'a Iron Hitters. while it is red, for "at lost it bjteth like their fat uro homo at tho homo of his rhjrilcUnt recommend It. a serpent and stingcth liko nn adder," Wo ato glad to father's, W. L. Dooloy. K dealers keep It. f 1.00 per bottle. Ocnulno welcomo tho now neighbors. ami crossed red Iluen on wrapper. Interior Journal. e, ex-iw- ct r Cooi-kiuoe office-seekinoffic- each county in the state in conformity to tho provisions of tho New Constitution, has been introduced in tlio Legislature by Senator Parker. Tho law is a good ono and docs nway with our present Court of Claims, now composed of tho inagibtratcs of tho county. This court will consist of four members of whom tho County Judge shall be ono. It will havo control of all of the financial affairs of tho county and hold its sessions once a year, commencing on a regular County Court day in October. Tho members aro to bo elected by tho pcoplo at the next regular election in November 1892. In tho election of members tho bill provides that the County Judge shall divide each county into three districts as nearly equal in voting population as possible, and there shall bo elected ono commissioner from eacli of said districts. Their term of office shall be ono for thrco years ono for two years and ono for ono year, and they shall decide by lot at their first meeting which shall servo their respective terms. Said commissioners shall in the County Court a bond in a sum of five thousand dollars each witli a solvent security for tlio faithful discharges of their duties. Their compensation shall not exceed four dollars each, for each day actually engaged In the transaction of business. Tho County Clerk shall act as clerk of said court. This is but an outline of a few of the excellent provisions of tho bill and it contains many. This court as it is proposed to constitute it, will in effect, re gulate and control tho public nffitirs of tlio county. Wo haven t spaco to reproduce tho bill in detail, but a review of its provisions convoys tlio idea that it be ono of the best laws for the people that tho present Legislature will compile Putting the public business of the county into the hands of a few men will enable us to get our business transacted more speedily, with more general satisfaction, and with much greater accuracy than it is being done at prebcnt. The Court of Claims as it exists now and has existed for a long time, is n slow coach, and should bo known only as a thing of the past. The new Fiscal Court will bring to tho front our very best men. Men who have a practical knowledge of publ c matters and some experience in dealing with tho public. This is the object of tho law and its requirements seem to be such that none but well informed men can afford to offer for membership on tho boanl. ex-cu- te v. i.ii,ihii,ii: L, H. '&. W. TIME TABLE. OOI.IO I Ml rivir QJUUrU V l" In Anri UUdSLlUllb." I s-- -v E3jggMBgjS3g sgB8raBgKgggBaB3ca IBS OOME AND PRICE f Alive and Kicking-- . WKST. Panenger Daily nrr. Hardlnilnrg..l2:l2 p.m. ooixo KAST. Paueoger Dally arr. HarJIniturg- - 7:50 a.ia Mr. lumtitAV run ccmcjhkss. -- : Short Answers! SHOES J. A. Witt went to Cloverport Sunday. Mr. Vol Butler living near McDaniels, died last week. J. R. DoIIavcn, Cloverport, wns in town last Friday, Mr. Rufus St. Clair, of Webster, was in town Saturday. Mrs. Lula Bush arri veil from Bow ley ville last Saturday. Mr. It. G. Robertson, Glendeane, was in town Saturday. Two good marcs nnd boiiio young colts for sale by James T. Robards. Jim. Miller nnd John Warfield, Cloverport, were in town Sunday. Mrs. Mary Bownier has gone to Cincinnati to attend a music school. Tho baptists at Jolly's Station are to build a new church there. Mr. Jamrs Pennington was hero from Texas last week on a visit to his old friends. John Hensley and Robt. Jolly are buying all the hickory timber, stavesand railroad tics they can get. Misses Lyda Hcston nnd Mary Sliced contemplate going into dressmaking here early in tho spring. Mr. Robco Severs, pago in tlio HoubO of Representatives, Frankfort, was at home lost Saturday and Sunday. John Wimp nnd James Clnrkson were here Inst week and bought n number of cattlo from the farmers near town. Mr. Joseph Gibson nmi wife, of Webster, were visiting Ids wife's parents near here Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Marshal. Rev. Sneed is having a very interesting meeting at the M. E. church. Ho is assisted by Rev. L. E. Campbell anil It. pro-pari- I!. Cox. On the 19 of February on the Mt. A by farm, two miles from Hardinsburg. on the Brandenburg road, Walter Clark will offer at public sale a lot of stock, horses, cattle, etc. While Mr. Butler was at work on Ed. Goodman's barn last Friday, a hatchet fell from the roof and struck him in the face making n very ugly wound. lie came into town and Dr. Mosely dressed it for him. Rev. W. S. Hayes, of Brandenburg, wns at Oakland last Saturday and presided at tho Quarteily meeting in the absence of Rev. R. W. Browder. At night he preached a very excellent sermon at the M. E. church here. In n talk with W. K. Barnes last week he gave itas hisopinion thatsteps should bo taken soon to thoroughly reorganize the Democratic party in school districts in the county. Mr. Barnes is tlio present chairman of tho Democratic County Committee, and ns n matter of simple justice to him it may be said that he is a good one. In tho heated contest for Representative last August, Mr. Barnes had gone over the ground so closely that a few days before the election camo ofT he gave it out to some lending Democrats who were doubtful of tho result that Sever's majority would lie close to two hundred. Do arrived at this result by almost nn nctual count of the vote before it was polled. His committeemen in tho various districts had been instructed to count noses with their opponents, spot every doubtful voter nnd send in This was done and Mr. the figures. Barnes was enabled to guess pretty close at the result. Union Stak, Ky., Jan. 1892. Mu. Editor. I seo an extract of a speech made by O. B, Gill, of Kansas Alliance, that tho Republican nnd Democratic bosses will go with tho Alliance. Why not say turn tho Mississippi river so as to mako it run up hill, you can do it just as cosy as you can mako n rcforni party out of tho bosses. Every one knows, who has given the matter any thought, that reform has never come through tho old party bosses. Tho very nature of things it never can, nnd all tho time nnd printer's ink spent in this direction is lost forovcr. I nm opposed to any compromiso with any old party bosses. I am for standing squarely by independent political action. Live or die, sink or swim. Tho masses of tho people aro honest regardless of party ; tho politicians have been dishonest regardless of party as a rule. All there Is in tlio political situais simply this, tlio politician tion has been running tho government for his of running own aggrandizement in place it for tho people. Tho politicians stand entrenched behind every monoply in the WySAAAAVNAAA land, and the Democratic politician is VVWVtrWrVVVVVVVVWWW 1 just as bad as tlio Republican bosses. would just as soon indorse ono as 'the other, and as soon endorse tho devil as either it nil means the same' thing tho people be damned. Tho Democrat partio's only excuse is its tariff reform policy which is a fraud upon its fn.;e, for tho reason thnt no party Is liable to break out at any moment. It may bo declared before this can reform the tariff which demands a tho public, but war or no war, we have concluded to close out tariff for rovenue,tliat is tho most infamous reaches Wo will offer our entire stock of system ever invented or obtaining reve- and settle up our business. nue for government. Tho only difference between Republicans nnd Demo-:- crats is simply threo cents. Now, you sec tho two old bosses nro simply togeth-:- er. Tho only thing tlio Democrats would do, would be to readjust the tariff, which might make it worse than nt present. I am for absolute freo trade, nnd for n direct tax lor the support of the government nnd a graduated income tax, at At cost for cash. that, but thero are other things to bo attended to just now of vastly more importance than the tariff. So we will disWc request thoso jvho aro indebted to us to settle nt once, ns wo miss that for tho present. need tho money and will bo compelled to collect. This is no scheme Tho Republican and Democratic bosses are everlastingly talking about the fater- - to Bell off old stock. Wc mean just what wo say and want to impress nnlism proposed by tho Alliance, such it thoroughly on tho public and those indebted to us. talk from such a source, is simply ridiWo havo in our stock somo big bargains and thoso needing anyculous, in the face of tho history of the Democrat party, let us look at tho situa- thing in our line will do we'll to call at once and sccuro them. all our iron mines, our coal tion mines, our coal oil fields, our profitiablo timber lands nro owned and operated by syndicates, our great arteries of trade. UNION STAR, KY. The railroads are owned nnd operated by corporations, as well as our telegraph lines. The money of which tho governTOBINSPORT, IND. ment claims u monoply, has been turned Tho Tobinsport school closed last over to a corporative power, tlio Natweek. ional banks, and under our financial system our agricultural lauds have been Miss Zella Simons lias been ill with blanketed with mortngages tliat absorbs igrippc. the most of the profits under the laws of ' J. 1), Cockrell is selling out nt cost, the government, and tho law fosters and 'call and seo bin). ' sustains them. The truth is the Mr. Frank shipped a large lot of potatoes only thing in tho United States that has per steamer Owensboro. not been cornered by somo corporation Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Simons uro slowis the air, and when, pray tell us, has the Democracy opposed theso things. ly improving in health. Mrs. Susan Leaf has been quite ill tho The populibts of Nebraska passed a law ana a past week but is improving. governing ireignt rales last winter .nw Democratic governor vetoed it, nnd it is Miss Alico Mngruu who has been an open boast that tlio Democrats in Iown quite ill is rapidly improving. wero supported by tlio railroads becauso Mrs. Con Simons who lias been very A OF A the Republicans demnnded a rigid en ill is nt this writing improving. forcement of tlio law governing freight It is iust nossiblo that vou wero too A Temperance lecture at tho Baptist busy during the Holidays to think about rates. This looks liko puro Democracy church Wednesday at 2 o'clock. jowolry. if that was tlio case, wo can doesn't it ? This is enough on this lino F. 1. Smart went to Louisville Sunday givo you a hint thnt will bo of servico to at present. Many of tho dnintiest little gems you. with a largo lot of cattlo and hogs. included in our Holiday display were I seo in your valuablo paper a corresMr. John Harris family and Mr. Tom virtually lost sight of in tho bustlo nnd pondent from Mooleyvillo thnt politics confusion of the festivo days and you is very qqiet in that part, with tlio ex- Leaf's family nro sufTering with grippe. will make no mistake if you come nnd C. C. Whitehead is very busy ship- look at them now thnt you havo a littlo ception of a choice for u candidate for leisure on your hands. Congress, lie says wo aro not for Mont- ping potntoes to tlio Louisvillo market. Would it not bo advisablo to call on gomery, but for Hon. Jack Gross, but tho Mr. Wood Weathorholt our accompolitical core of Breckenridgo county. modating ferryman is on tlio sick list. Why not say Hon. John Allen Murray Mr. TA BoullinghousQ has moved nn And mako a selection of such goods ns for Congress, ho is ono of tho best men his farm. His little daughter, Brook, aro always to bo found in his stock. in the county or state, his ability lias has been quito sick. Repairing of Watches, Clocks and never been questioned by any parties. Mr. Nat Harris, of Illinois, who has Jewelry promptly attended too. We aro for John Allen Murray before visiting relatives here, has returnany man wo know of. Tho old politic- been fiBrnnch Houso nt Hardinsburg, Ky. ed home. Ho sold his farm to Henry ians say ho is to poor to make tho canHufl. SPECIAL OFFER FOR vass, he is tlio kind of n man wo want. Ere this reaches tho 'Editor your corWo don't want Jack Gross. respondent will bo in Nowburgh, Ind., J. T. Wheeleii, Chairman of Breckenridgo County. I nttending tho wedding of Miss Luttio Wnldln, which takes place Feb. 3rd '02. Ono doz. Card Photo for $1.00 Vitiated and bad blood often lead to $2.00 Mrs. Tom Polk died at her residenco Ono tloz. Plain Cab't Photo for serious diseases. A good plan is to take hero Monday eve Jan., 23th '1)2, nged 84 I will mako Photos at theso prices for some blood medicine at Intervals of four years. Sho was kuown to most persons tlio next Thirty days. or six weeks. Tlio best is Lightning as Grandma Pok. SJio leaves children W. W. BROOKS, It is a purely vegetable grand children Imd great grand children Cloverport, Ky. Blood, Elixir. PjiotooiiaWikr. 1). O. Bruuson, of Davis who will ever hold in memory her good compound. Station, S; C, says : "I had somo kind acts and noble teachings. Sho has gono Statement of the Condition of the of skin disease for twenty years. I paid to meet lipr husband who died ' a few nut $500 to tho best physicians of the years ngp. iSlio was laid to rest on WedAt llnrdliiNbiirir K)'m South, and found no relief. My skin nesday morning. Ict those to whom At thecloie of buInea December 3 tat, 1891. wns raw and Itching all tho time. My she wns. dear not. grievo for her, she is at lUtSOUUCKS, ( merchant insisted that I should try rest and happy with loved ones on tho Notei and Mill discounted $74,f25 31 Lightning Blood Elixir. 1 had taken other shorn; Hanking liouio nnd lot 3, 5 'J 7 SO Fixtures nnd lurnlturo 1,478 SO so many patent medicines thnt I had no 12,504 SS It is almost beyond comprehension to Due from other bank faith, but thought I would try it, and ' Cuih on band 6,109 OS now I can honestly say that ono bottlo think that one mcdlcino can possess Total, 93,3t5 01 of Lightning Blood Elixir cured mo such wonderful medicinal properties as I.Unil.lTIFS. sound and well." All druggibts sell it, Lightning Hot Drops. It is nn external 3 25,000 00 and internal medicine, nnd will relievo Capital itock nnd will tell you all about It. Due depoaltort 69 407 72 all ailments for which it is recommendUndivided profit! 3,847 32 ed. Mr. Georgo Jones, of Limn, S. C, SHILOH, $1)8,3 1 J 04 Total, says: ''Lightning Hot Drops saved my La grippe lias made its appearance in life. I had rheumatism and was laid up I, M. II, Heard, Caibler of tlio above named bank, do aoletnnly (wear that the abovo utile- this community. for n long tlmo and could not wnlk. meit la true to the brat of my knowledge and Singleton preaches hero tho After using dozen bottles in all, I am bell f, Rev. M. II. llK AUD, Cnahlcr. Subacrlbod and aworn to leforo me thli, the second Sunday in Fobrunry. sound nnd well." All druggists sell aud litdny of Junutry, 1892. The school taught by Miss Dora Gard- will toll you all about it. 25 and 50c J.vo. P. HiSirici.i., bottles. ner closed tho 15th, of January. Notarj Public , Tho snow has very near disappeared They Did Not Advertise Two Farms for Sale aud wo 'aro having somo beautiful weathFriend Bros., who made an assign220 acres er at the present. Tuesday, invested ono dollar Cuntatnln 3.10 nud or add'enreapectlrely. For ment last information call on cents in advertising durDied, nt his homo on tho -- otli of Jan. and eighty-fiv- e T, D. HENDERSON, Web iter, Ky. Mr. 0. 1. Rasshnm, of consumption, ho ing their sojourn in Elizabethtown. follow leaves a wife and eight children to mourn This is tho road nil NOTICE. ids loss. His remains wero interred at who don't advertise They aro liko tlio I beg to announce to the publlo that I am boy who winked at tho girl in tlio dark. tlio Basshum gravo-yarappoloted 8oIe Agent for Ileavln & Kawkln'a He knew what ho was doing, but sho famoni HrnnV of Hand Made Sour Maab Do urAllliou(h lie .lt:cU, lilt memory doth live, An J dicerlne comforts lohli mourner, five, didn't. ban Whliky, or Leltohfleld, Ky., which la Hardin County Independent. guaranteod to be pure. lie followed virtue at hittructt guide, W. L. IJEAVIN, So'o Agent. I.I red at a CliiUllan at a Chrlitlan tiled, All kiiuls pf Job work done nt thN What? Over Shirts :-- Shirts:-Neckwe- ar When? Which NOW ? Hats:-Overalls:-Grocerie- s:- "VEST BRAND" VEST Who? Where State ? Cloverport and :- - Kentucky A War With Chili! Dry Goods Shoes CL.OTHINfy And be convinced that our prices are right. We shall open for the Spring Trade a stock of Olothing that every'garment will be warranted it not as represented your money will be refunded. Clothing Boots Queensware Hardware Harness Notions Etc. & Co., Smart Cloverport, Ky. 'V JjLHeVitr Bows, igstog JiS C. M. McGlothlan & Co., now Spring Stock of Gent's Tocks, Four-in-XTiui(l8 & Wind- -' sor Ties, is now open nnd ready for inspection. hand- to-da- It is the somest lino to in- he seen in tho city nnd wo vito n filslrS'N critical JEWEL GIRL. examination. 25, Prices 35, 50 and 75 cents. All II. : f ilUUl Cent's Furnisher, F. N. D'HUY, Clovorport.Ky, Thirty Days New Tiling in TqcL:5. ' WHLtAMBJ" Court-IIous- e, I.ATK ALBXANDEK'S 1IOTKL, Bank of Hardinsburg THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Jcilcrson, Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, A. W. Jones, KY. W. K. LOQAN, Manager. J.J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. UTTIE NOTHING OR NO APPETITE, YOU IASTES RIGHT TO H f1 TONIO n 50 cent bottlo of LEMON CI1II.I soo what a change it will rnakej Tins xonio is not only we biireHt, iiomcuy 'u It rn buv and Ulillis, butaa a uiooa runner ami Appeuiwnn nneoualed. rieaaant as lemonauo. uniuiwu cry for 't Y1V EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. For Sale by LAND FOR SALE. A. R. FISHER, CLOVERPORT, KYI FOE SALE. mot-chant- s Thli farm Ilea In Breokenrldgei county, on the head wntera of Long; Lick and tnlle from the I.. 1(. & V(, rall';d, und If well finprnred. Will aell aa a whole or divide In tract t purcbaieji, far further inone-ha- lf formation addreaa Tim 'lt . A VllIENI). ofllce. Clovorport, Ky Iff, W. hliVlB, Full blooded Short Horn Hull, fourth moptha old. Alio one tnentjr.tlbt months old, tbla en boa n Ono cillgreo. Tlirs, J JotXT, L, ' Qweuaboro, Ky. Jienlejvllle, ' ' k w ' JUfcditoarty A- Tho sick liavo nil tccovercd and are M. Dr. nblo to bo out except Mr. B. Bolder who has had a very severe case of grippe nnd d is still confined to his bed, Mr. Jas. Ojijlcf in Dr. Wliile'i old itnnd up rtain. Heron in added to tho list of grippe sufferers this week, tho only new enso reOLOVERPORT. KY. potted. Dr. S. S. The many friends of MissSallio Matthews in this city will bo sorry to loam & that Bho is seriously ill nt Mitchell, Intl., "Noxt door to Hreckcnridgo of n. heart disease. Sho went thero to bo Clovcrport, Ky. llank treated by Dr. Yost a specialist in the treatment of this disease. A. Capt. J. A.Burkett the well known contrnctcr nnd builder, of Cnnnelton, was in tho city Monday figuring on OANNELTON, IND. Hindu to order in the, best style. Payno & Co's. nnd Vest & Sons, now Suits Perfect fit guaranteed. Orders solicited. brick Btore houses. Tho Captain from tho present outlook will hnvo nbout nil ho can do hero this spring in tho way of building, J, Clayton, POLITICAL. A BRANDENBURG. Honry Wlnlcr. 'IVboo has moved to New Albany. Will Bosket was In tho city Sunday. Hon. (Ins W. Richardson was In town Wm I' i i - -- . -- -- - .i.i-- .. . . iiw ii -- .!! , l.l. Physician Surgeon. i. Wlnlcr. John H. Dorntracner Pointer For Blaino Men In This County. I Watkins, Physician Surgeon, ., Merchant Tailor, J. KIRST, - BANK OP HAKDnsrSBUHO Capital Stock $25,000. O. F. BKAKD, BEWLEYVILLE. Miss Ellen Footois visiting her parents Pilot Nidge. Mr. Harry Bell, Meade county, was in town Friday. Gov. Brown hns appointed Mr. F. P. Morton, Notary Public. Mr. II. B. Head, of the U.S.Insuranco Co., was in towirlast week. Misses Ola and Annie Claycojub nre visiting nt Mr. Thos. Payne's. Mrs. Elizabeth Gilllngwaters spent last week in town visiting relatives. Mr. W. T. Beeler, of Johnson Bros., Louisville, was in town Inst week. Mr. Hunter Hnrdawny, of tho ltcvenuo Scrvico left last week for Bowling Green. Bov. Mr. CumlifTwill begin a series of meetings at the M. E. church next Satur a day, llubsclf Arncll, of Iowa, is visitMrs. ing her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Cain. Mr. Leo Yates and Mrs, Harrison, of Louisville, attended the masquerade Friday evening. Miss Claudia Stith returned homo last week nfter n visit of some length to relatives in Owensboro. Misses Jsnnnle and Mary Alexander, of Louisville, nre visiting their mother at Mrs. Nnnnio Henderson's. Misses Georgia and Mattic Leo Moorman, of Brandenburg, wero visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chns. II. Drury last week. Having now for nearly thrco years adhered uniformly to tho low cash rates, it would seem that it wasnssurancoonough to satisfy tho most skeptical, that tho Cash Store would continue tho samo system without having to assert it over nnd over through tho Breckenridgo News in every paper it issues. To keep everlastingly at it seems tho only safo way. Tho bait and bite fellows will get in their work occasionally it hcems if it rclnxe its vigilanco for a day. Mr. X. who lives over in tho Hampton neighborhood mado a little bill nt tho Cash Storo nnd wanted one article that was priced to him nt 21c. Ho sent tho next day to Hampton nnd got it nt 1 Re, just tlio wholesale piico of tho article. (Tlio Hampton man knew ho had been to tho Cash Storo.) A few days after this Mr. X. hooked his mules to his sprjng wagon and took his wifo up to Hampton and juulcf. nice bill. Bought $18.00 worth Paid e more per yard for Priuts. " Ginghams. 1c " " 5c " Jeans 2oc " per pair for Jean Pants for ono Hat. 50c " and $1 more for suit of Clothing that ho bought for ono of his boys, nnd 2oc moro for ono Corset. The bill cost him nearly three dollars moro than tho Cash would Now hnvo charged for tho samo goods. Mr, X. if you will just keep it in mind that tlio Cash "is everlastingly nt it," nt tlio bottom on everything, offering no bnits nnd tnking no bites, it will bo" worth mnny dollnre to you in tho -- President. WILL MILLER, M. It. BEARD, Caohter. -- 0. W. IJEARD ) MORUIR K8KRIDQE j R. M. JOLLY. Dim tor INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Breckenridge News." ' WEDNESDAY, FEBKUAUY 3, LOCAL BREVITIES. 1892. : William Xcgrnml lius opened n saloon nt Woldon. A. B." LLgrand, of Guston, vcnt to Brandenburg Monday. K. II. Mnrclllint and E. D. Clark Vf re In tlio city Monday. Mrs. W. E, Minor, of Addison, was in tlio city shopping Saturday. Mrs. J. G. Stephens, of Holt, is mifTur-in- s froinnn attack of grippe. A handsomo linn of baby buggies just received and for sale at M. Hainmnn's. Miss Maria .Watkins was visiting relatives in IJouisvillo last , friends and week. John Knight had u very lino mulo killed last week while- hauling lumber. Mr. William Baskett living near Ir vingtonlias the grippe and his recovery is tlonlijRtl. Morris Heard the clever cashier of the Bank of Nardinsburg passed through this city Saturday enrouto to Louisville-MrconLaFoo lost her pocket-bootaining $10 on tho street Monday. The finder will please return and bo rewarded. Z. T. Stith will have a public salo of nil of 1ilg stock and fanning implements at his farm near Bowleyville, Saturday, Fob. 27. Miss Nannie Stephens, of Holt; returna- delightful visit ed homo Tuesday-afte- r to friends in Itichmond, Versailles and Louisville. Mr. L. Itichards, of Iliilesburg, Han-- . cock county, called on us laht week nnd ronowed his subscription for the thirteenth year. Tho Toxas run into Louisville last Sunday 110 cars of freight. The rails of this popular thoroughfare are kept red" hot every day and Sunday too. You may cough and cough and cough nnd cough and cough but you wjllnot, if you take DoWitt's Cough and Consumption Cure' Sold by Short & Haynes. Tho Cash fctoro man nt Bowleyville hns caught on nnd is right, when he tays to keep everlastingly at it seenis tho only snfo way. M. Haruman is agent for the Kale, of a largo lot of lumber for tho Breckenridge Company (limited.) Prompt attention w'll .bo given to nil orders for special lots. Mr. D. Stuart Miller manager of the Brcckcnridgo Company (limited) went to Louisville Monday to meet one of tho directors of tho company from England, Mr. Hopper. Mr. Thos. Bridwcll, nn old resident nnd land mark of this county, in his 70th year, living near Custer, is very low with grippo nnd is not expected to recover. "An honest pill is tho noblest work of the npotheenry." DoWitt's Little Early Klflenf cures constipation, biliousness nnd sick headache. Sold by Short & Ilnynes. Mr. Daniel Frlol who got hurt at Owensboro about ten bays ago is now down with pneumonia. Mr. Friel is quite old and feeblo nnd thero aro fears in his recovery. Foster Lyons, of Custer, mndo n Balo of 18 hhds. of tobbneco in Louisvillo last week at nn avcrago of 15.55 per 100 pounds. Mr. Lyons made a very handsomo profit on tho salo. Tho Vest Jlros. aro negotiating for a handsomo three-storbrick business houso to bo erected on tho corner now occupied by them. Their largo nnd growing business demands more room nnd Letter facilities. C. E. Miller, Frank Y. Mooro nnd C. & Tabfir camo up with tho remains of David Wright who died nt Ilnwesvlllo last wcok from injuries received from a David was hero only tho week be4- - Jail. fore visiting with his brother, halo and hearty and in tho primo of life. Tho Oolzes aro enterprising citizens. Thoy built several houses last spring nnd proposo to continue tho work this spring. Thoy nre now letting tho contract for a brick business Iioubo nnd largo two dwellings to bo erected as soon as tho weather will permit, J. II. Blytho closod his school in District No, 22 last Wednesday. Those ' whoso names appear on tho roll of merit aro llobert Elder, Nnnnio Miller, John Donaldson, Lucy Squires, Ophelia Miller, Eva May, Herbert Elder and Allio Squires. Soino of tho patrons of tho Bchopl wish Mr. Blytho to conduct n subscription school during tho summer months, s. k y two-stor- y courhe of'nyenr. The License Business. Cl'stkii, Ky., Jnn. 27, 1802. Mn. EniTon : We wero very much surprised on rending tho communication from Big Spring In tho issue of tho News for tlio 13th inst. Your correspondent calls it "a plea for tho little hamlets," but it would have been less a misnomer had ho called it, "a plea for corruption." Wo have- no disposition to "preach" though somewhat of n "squaro-toee,- " and no inclination to advise, for wo cannot yet boast tho hoarded wisdom of threo times seven summers. But as n personal friend of your correspondent, wo entreat him to desert tho stand ho has taken nnd correct himself beforo tho public. That the saloon is nn evil is n conceded fact and tlio more of them thero aro tho worse for tho morals of our country. For, bo it located in a town or n " littlo hamlet" or elsewhere, every saloon is a cynosure around which revolves ita littlo circle of corruption, nnd tho moro numerous tho snloons tho greater tho area affected. The county court is tho machine that is grinding them out singly, nnd by twos nnd threes, nnd tho peoplo hnvo dibcro-tio- n in selecting this court, nnd sooner or later they will call for a settlement with tho powers that have opened this Pandora's box among them. Wo henrtily coincide with Mr. Wnsh-Inir- n and tiro glad you, Mr. Editor, had tho grit to call his cflbrt "a letter with tho right ring." Let tho saloon go even thpugh J. T. S. does have to go " ten, twenty miles to slack his thirst." " Nono but tho brave desorva tho fair." James yonr reckless1 dash is to bo admired. ' You might bo ono of tho favored braves to bow nt Beauty's shrlno, but "Tho lips that tho flat has gono forth. touch liquor shall never touch mine." Go wiser thou, retrace your stops, conic out on tho right sido and bo your own true natural self. Bemcmbering Burn's Injunction to "Gently scan your brother man." Wo hope wo have oflouded nono who are in the opjiosltion, boiiio tho very soul of honor, neither do wo feol that wo owe nn apology, for in this " land of tho lreo," every ono hns tho right to his littlo say oven. LisrsAV. ! AT Thursday. C. 8. Grinnell nnd boh, Benl, wero in cinc.f:o. Louisville last week. Salo atill goes on, nnil wo wero not misOur "No-ProfiWhen you como to Brandenburg stop BiincKisniiMiK News Buiikau, Louitaken in tho result. We know that as soon as. tho people saw sville, Fob, 2. Tho recent Republican nt tho Howard Hotel. how cheaply thoy could buy our superior Clothing they would The Hon. Chnpezo Wnthen is still atConvention which met in this city to mnko n "run on us." Tho conscqucnco is, wo nro busy very for tho coming Statu Convention tending court at Elizabethtown. busy selling gc o la, but tho profit account in our ledger. hns developed some features never known Judge Henry Gough mndo a Hying before. It was n Convention of office- trip to Louisvillo nnd back Saturday. holders under tho present administration Georgo AVorland went to Irvlngton nnd they nro going to mnko an cfibrt to Sunday to bco his father who Is sick. send a solid Stnto delegation to support Mrs. Sam Whealan, Andyvlllc, Mrs. Harrison at tho Minneapolis ConvenEliza Harrison, Concordia, all died last tion. week. Up until tho evening of tho holding of Still wo nro satisfied. Tho piles of goods our counters nro Lou Woolfolk and Miss Eva Morgan, tho recent Convention, one would not growing smaller keeping paco with our profits. Wo desiro to have to go far out of his way to find a both of this county, wero married nt tho say to thoso who hnvo not yot taken ndvnntngo of our "Speclnl. Alexnnder Hotel, in Louisvillo lnstTues- nest of Blaino men in nlmost any RePrico" Salo, that thoy can not afford to put it oil" much longer. publican quarter. But they nro gone. iny. Roht. Smith nnd wife, Wolf Creek, It will pay you to buy now for next season's use-'-. When questioned, tho former Blaino men say they nover wero for tho man wero visiting tho family of our clever from Maine, nnd lay their hands upon County Couit Clerk, II. II. Novltt, Suntheir hearts nnd swenr by everything in day. politics, nnd that includes nil things, that Alonzo Cowley nnd Miss Mnry Simthey always wero Harrison men oven mons wero married yesterday at the refrom the days of their birth. sidence of the bride's father, Mr. Sash Tho truth of the matter is that tho Simmons, hnvo come to believe that Jlrs. Ad. Putnam, of MU Vernon, Iud., 6OM Blalnu has lost his spurs, nnd that their' but who fonnorly lived here, nrrived'on only lrVffc.nnd tho only hopo for their tho steamer Ohio Sunday, nnd is visiting party is tho renomination of Harrison. her son, Alf Putnnm, this city. H At the Stnto league meeting ntnoo'n FriBob Moonnnn left Sundny onthe day, which preceded tho Executive .meetBuckeye Stnto for Shuwneetown, ill,, such an expression in this column, nnd ing hut a few hours, tho purplo and where ho will tnko chnrgo of tho wharf tho Guston correspondent know it whon Of tio Condition of tho linen Republicans who now hold tho boat which belongs to his father. ho wroto it, hut it wns born of egotism, offices, succeeded in enlisting tho services of a pumping rig fell predjudice nnd hnte, nnd its birth-plac- e Tho Binokc-btne- k of a)l outside Republicans, nnd they will AT CL0VERP0RT, KY. control tho State Convention which is oH tho cnglno ono day last week nnd was tho diseased brain of tho Guston ink At tho close of bur!not December 3tat, 1801, struck Stunrt Young, son of Bennett II. slinger. his other Being defeated in called to meet in this city on tho 80th of AS9KT.H. March. And not only that. Tho cart- Young, on top tho head, which knocked venture, ho must liavo something to Noli-- i nml bills dito't'd $161,419 02 ridges aro now being loaded nnd will bo him down nnd rendered him uncon mouthu nbout, nnd not having it nt hand Hank fixtures nnd furniture 2,872 25 3,3.1 14 ho manufactured it to suit tho occasion. Hanking houso und let plnced in tho magazines of tho County scious for several minutes; but fortunateOTordrafti 1,287 69 Conventions by experts at tlio proper ly ho soon recovered nnd wns not ser- AVhat I did say was this: "If moro Suspended debt f,3 si such entertainments as this wore given Uonds 25,881 04 will iously hurt. Breckenridgo Republicans time. Duo Dnnkt 3S,271 3S A recapitulation nnd. fewer cranky Cash fromband of tho Abscsbor's in the Court-housinstruct for Harrison. This, so far ahead, on 19,735 30 books has just been completed by De- Third Party meetings held there, tho may be n surprise bulletin, but some Total, $239,071 01 greased city Republicans will bo down puty County Court Clerk, O. S. Grinnell morals nnd intelligence of tho communLIA11II.ITIKS. Tho total assessed ity would bo considerably moro elevat- Capital stock your way in nmplo timo and with com- without an error. $ 45,100 00 105,987 58 plete trigger work will drive n big wedgo wealth of tho county is $2,327,118, a de- ed." Somo of tho variations mnko no Deposits 22,000 00 for the bench-legge- d man from Hoosier. crease of about $23,000 from last yenr. material difference, but, my friend, with .Surplus fund Undivided profit 4,529 4(1 tho word "Alliance" which you purpose- Dividend No. .15, l per rent, duo All tho other counties in tho State will Ben II. Holcroft with a list of January 4th, 18V2 of tho expression the botinly inserted out 1,804 00 bo instructed tho samo way nnd by tho Alonzo Moorman $21,270, nro largest Funds to pay Taxes 250 00 nrti-cld tom drops out of your in the county. samo process. Harrison will bo the dividual tho Alliance, Tho Third Party and Total, nominco of tho Republican party. $239,071 04 Dr. John M. Hardin was tho BrandenI, A. I). Sklllmnn, Cashier of the above In tho inenntimo tho Democrats are burg correspondent's host last Friday if I know anything about them, nro two named bank do swear thnt the alovo not sleeping. Col. John II. Castlemnn night. John has n vineyard, makes very different organizations, nnd I mndo statement Is truosolemnly best of my knowlodgo to the no reference to tho Alliance whatever and belief. Chicago, nnd in n wine, nnd has about 2000 gallons has just returned from A. 11. SKII.LMAN, Cashier. short interview, ho said to mo: in his cellars; and everybody nnd furthermore did not intend any. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this, tho "I hnvo prepared mansions for tho thnt knows his cleverness and my hank- And ns to tho morals nnd intelligence of 2d day of Jnn. 1892. Ciui. 11. Skilluan, tho members of tho Alliance, I suppose Democratic hosts who will go from Ken- erings knows tlio rest. N. P. 11. C. they will run about on a par with other tucky to tho Convention at Chicago. The marriage licenso for January are Thirty rooms in the Palmer Houso aro ns follows: William A. Self to Miss organizations of the kind, whilo you find Articles of Incorporation of the Third St. Planning Mill. ours, and if they aro not sufficient, I Alice Adkisson, John II. Sulivnn to Miss somo of the best peoplo of the country in tlirin, you will also find a "right smart liavo nn option on more." Nntlco is hereby given that S. I. Lewis, F. Inez C. Dooley, J. T. Thompson to Miss This will convey n geutlo idea to tho Birdio Buford, James Graham to Miss sprinkling" of Toms, Dicks and .Hariys. II. llullman and A. I. Uallraan under nnd by tho laws reader thnt tho Democrats will bo thero Mary Ashcraft, Lcnard Elliott to Miss You need not put yourself to so much virtue ofsuccescors of Kentucky, do hereby for ourselfs nnd assign form an Incorwhen tho first roll is called and stay un- Knto Northcut, Clins. E. Lewis to Miss extry trouble to parade your overabun- porated c .uipany nnd adopt llicso articles of dance of intelligcncSfend morality beforo incorporation. til they get through, at least. Minnie Wliilan, S. II. Dooley to Miss 1st, Tho As is usually tho case tlio instructions Rasa Hail, Alonzo Cowley to Miss Mary tho public gaze, byTjlowing your own Third Street nntno of the corporation is Uo Planning Mill, nnd its principle horn so vociferously ; if you nro so awful plnco of business Is tho City of Clovcrport, of tho counties in tho Democratic ConL. Simmons. so immaculately moral, just Statu of Kentucky, .smart, nnd ventions will bo left to tho best senso of 2nd. Tho natuio of tho business proposed Tho colored population went on tho glvo the. public a littlo timo and thoy tho peoplo. Tho Democrats nover load to. transact Is that of buying nnd uinnufucturo war-patSaturday night. They wer(o will find it out. I would, nlso, suggest all kinds of building material for huuso buildtheir guns until tho enemg steals most of their nmunition, and nro rarely over after tho Rev. Hays, tho dudu coon from to you that you bo moro careful in tho ing nnd to carry on a general Plnnning Mill business. in good shape. Tho country is decidedly Ohio, who was in town, but they did not future how you make quotations and as3rd. Tho Hnimint of authorised capital stock find him. It seems that ho stands in sertions. In this instance I know of no is Ten Thousand Dollars divided Into shares If it was not that party Democratic. of Ono Dollars 1110) each, but tho would not stand any moro show for tho with tho colored "femalo women" and moro appropriate expression for your companyHundredcommence (business when Ono borrowed money fronisome of them which case than that I oneo heard a negro min- Thousand may Presidency than a ghost does for a phoDollars shall havo been subscribed ho will not pay back. Had tho bucks strel make, viz: "I don't exactly say fur and the stock subscribed shall be paid In tograph. such timo and upon such terms as tho at It is safo to predict that no ono knows found him Saturday night they would that you have lied but you liavo han- Hoard of Directors may prescribe, careless man4th The corporation shall begin business who will bo tho Democratic nominee. probably have treated him to a doso of dled tho truth in n on January 18th, 1892 nud continue for 25 While in AYnshington Inst month I heard "hickery oil," and limited his timo for ner." sooner dlsolvcd by a voto of not Now, I wish to npoligizo to tho read- years, unless Mr. Clovelnnd tell Senator Cnrlilse, in getting out of town. Ho wns on the of tho paid up stock. less than streets Sunday, however, and says that ing public for tho imposition thnt has 5th- .- The affairs of tho corporation shall be told Bovcrnl of us fact, tho conducted by a Doard of Dlrootors not less been practiced upon them, by taking tho at tho samo sitting, thnt he did not wnnt he is hero until ho wants to leave. than threo and thoy shall elact such officers as uninterestto bo President ngnin ; he said ho had nil th nature of tho business demands und any Tho following young Indies nnd gen- spaco in this column for this tlio honors, wns happy in his family re- tlemen nro boarding pupils attending ing discussion. This is not my stylo nor stockholder may hold two offices if tho Hoard of Directors deem it necessary. The first quarrellations and wns making plenty of money; tho Brandenburg Myrtle my modo of going through lifo filcers shall hold their offices for one year or when a man mado tho race Brown, Will Brown nnd Warner Shnck-let- t. ing; but I have been aggravated into until their successors shall ba olectod and he said that qualified and an election shall be held on the misrepresentaho put himself up as a target for every of Ekron ; Mnry Tnylor, Eula Jones, this by false expressions, 2nd Monday In January of each year. tions and vulgar personalties, in d n man in tho country to shoot nt, and Andrew Carrico, and Will Jones, of Gar6th, The highest amount of Indebtedness hnvo responded, but am perfecly or liability to wh'ch the corporation may nt I thnt ho wns now out of politics. In nbout rett; Bessie and Blanch Allen, of Big itself shall twenty minutes nfter I telegraphed tho Bend; Henry Whelnn, of Andyvillo; willing to quit, should tlieso few lines any time subject then assured.not exceed of all tho interview to my paper, I Wndo Shncklett, of Cedar Branch; prove satisfactory to that "pieco of hu7th. The private property of members shall learned that his talk had been confiden- James Moorman, of Big Spring ; Tony manity whoever ho may bo" out at Gus- bo exempt from corporate debts S. I. Lowls, tial. Willinms and Kerby Smith, of Ekron ; ton. F. II. Ilalltnnn, I mny bo n littlo cracked in tho head, A I,. Uallmaii. Mr. Cleveland's name, however, will Henry Shncklett, of Oak Grove ; Evan is but I am still of tho opinion thnt it bo presented beforo tho Chicago ConvenMcCracken, of Woodland. tho stomach nnd bowels that nfllicts tho tion, nnd tho chances nro thnt ho will bo Col. Bennett II. Young, Ixmisville, other man. tho next President. was In tho vicinity hist week looking out I saw Senator Hill inaugurated, and as Thoy wi.ll n situation for his ho stood with uplifted hand beforo A hacking cough is annoying nnd very bo located within tho present wcok $14,400 IN GOLD COIN parted Morton, a dangerous. Why not stop it? Mr. J. either on tho Fontaino or J. A: McGohco h!a lips, and ho seemed to think; "Levi, W. Peddicord, Shady Nook, Ky., writes: To hi: Givi:n Away Adsomjtki.y. farm. This will bo tho largest plant in Any one for only $2.00 can securo both tho my boy, you aro swearing mo in now, tho field, as tho works will bo erected on "I took a severe cold boiiio timo ago ; it Mr. tirny, of Indiana, nnd myself in my chest nnd caused mo very Drockenrlilge News and tho Louisville, Ky., but a plan of a 300 barrel capacity a day, ami settled fur ono year with the pnin when coughing. I purchas- Weekly will swenr you out next yenr." will start up with an output of 100 bar- much opportunity of making estlmatos for tho hnd occasion to bo In Senator Hill's ed a bottle of Lightning Cough Drops, I rels. Thocausoof tho failure of tho old unprecedented .offers of ono presence several times after his inaugnrn-tio- n Eureka will bo avoided in this in'slanco and after hiking n fow doses, I found prlio of $10,000 In (Jul J Coin, nnd 11 prlies of am now entirely well." is mndo up nnd his mind, I think, relief, nnd 100 each in Gold Coin. Sainplo copy of the for hero "thoy have found it" 'before-- ' to wrestio with the nomination. Thero erecting their buildings. Five- wells', Sold by all druggists for 23 nnd COc. l, Weekly containing full paris ono thing sure, if ho is tho nominco, ticulars, can be seen at this ofllce. Or on apsituated on the farms named, have ijecn thero will bo no Tildon monkey affair,. pumped within tho last f6w" w'(6ksVty Company, Louisplication to Courier-JournWILL LET IT SELL. If Hill should come within twenty-fivvillo, Ky., a copy will bo furnlshou to any adStuart Young, and found tfc; contain" rin or thirty votes of election ho would do The Tar Springs Property to bo Sold dress freo of cbargo Send your subscription abundant supply pi to this ofllce, Jno. D, Ualbnge tho rest. Oat and a Hotel to be built on It. po'ilti'' Tho Guston .correspondent-has"Mr. Gorman mid Mr. Hill will control Tho Whito Sulphur and Tar springs tho Chicago Convention. They may not liar and unenviablo way of his 'ov'ii iii property near Clovcrport, is to bo sold nt conducting a controversy. Ho flles'from bo nblo to pull tho crowns down on their y miction nt Hnrdinsburg Monday, ono thing to another nnd quarrels like 'a -- AT THE- own bends, but thoy will hnvo u.i for 15, to satisfy a judoment woman and I say this with all dllo"'re-spewith tho man who does. in favor of J. G. Hunt & Co., for tho fair hex. Ho first, started $0,108.80 Tho judgment is for a W. S. STEiimrrri:. ago with tho broad ex- of Cincinnati. out three weeks balunco of purchase money. There are A trial convinces tho most skeptical. pression thnt I hnd mndo n false stateCarofully prepared, pleasant to tho taste. ment in regnrd to tho meeting of tho F. several Owensboro parties interested in MilDoWitt's Cough and Consumption Cure & L. IJ's, nt this plnco on thu first Satur- tho property, among them tho P. J. B. is a valuable remedy. Sold by Short & day in January ; and after being asked ler estnte, S. M. Denn, Dr. W. Armcndt nnd It. M. Conway, Thoro Ilnynes. to state wherein it was not true, and has been somo dissension in tho comWo call tho attention of our renders to given proof enough to convince him pany, nnd it Is tho purposo of tho matho fact that Mr. F. N. D'Huy, who Is thnt nothing hnd been said but that thnt jority, who nro disposed to go nhend nnd nlwnys up with tho times, has displayed wns true which ho know before hand improvo tho property, to lot it sell, buy You will find ovorything you want nrti-clhis usual energy and has mado arrange-mont- s ho now comes out in a long drawn debt and proceed to to cut : never once mentioning tho points nt it in, pny oirtho with us nnd a New York firm bo make tho Improvements that aro neces- SUGAR, COFFE, FLOUR, MEAT, give tho readers of tho Nkws a issuo, thereby virtually acknowledging sary. As soon ns the salo is confirmed, VEGETABLES, now nnd novol ndvertislng cut ench week that ho wns tho man that mado tho falso which will bo nt tho biuuo term of court CANNED GOODS, commencing with this issue. Wo also statement not to put it any stronger at which jt Is mndo, tho owners will call attention to tho fact that ho has dis- than thnt when ho disputed tho truth ; tho erection of a flno hotel and a CIGARS, else, TOBACCO, posed of all outsido business anil will in hut ho flounces oil" number of cottages for tho accommodagoes back ho vend weeks into Deceilibor, FIGS, tho fut tiro dovoto his nttentlon to tho tion of guests. Owensboro Messongor. RAISINS, ETC. jowelry business and will bo pleased to whero ho thinks everybody hns forgotten, nnd originates an expression of his liavo his friends and anyono interested In fact everything in the Mr. Goo. Oglesby, of Pavicss county, to cull on him. Having an experience own, whch ho lays at my door, and wns visiting his old home nnd friends goes on to reply to it. Horo it Is ; Gioceiy&u'onfectloneiji Line of twonty-flvycais In tho business you then meetings as Mrs. Grin-noil- 's hero Inst week. Mr. Oglesby says ho can always depend on his goods to bo as "If moro such x thirty-siand. hns been nwuy from this town for wero held at tho Court-housRerepresented. Thnnkful for past favors. years nnd still hns a hankering to get fewer cranky Third Party Alliance meetspectfully solicit you to call, we back. Our oxperionco covers many Ills, many ings, it would bo bettor for tho morals take 'great pleasure in waiting pills and many bills. Our Ills are small- and Intelligence of tho community," nnowN'S mow mvrEris almanac upon you. l.'or 1N0J Now, I wish to say to tho Guston corer, our pills are smuller and our bills aro Contains One Ilundrril Mrcliwa for ninlt-indollcloui Cniidy cheaply mid quickly smaller when wo uso DoWitt's Littlo respondent and tho readers of tho News nt noma. TIiIh hook in L'hou nwuy nt drug Early RIsors, Sold by Short A Haynes that I never wroto or had published any mid goucrul torc. Manager. Till". Iir.MOt'ltATU) HOSTS STILL IN EFFECT t" ARE YOU IN IT? ? IN WHAT? a-- x HAS NOT GROWN A BITI V P- - . IN tasty foot covering (or Clothing. a noat fitting aho-(- or Coat) a trim pair of Trousers a snug and easy slipper (or Hat) f " 4i Julius Winter & Co.. Reliable" Clothiers Cor. ' IF WHY office-holde- rs NOT I Third and Market, Louisville, Zy. Breckinridge Bank, There's no excuse for 'any other appearanco than.afj neat, tasty, comfotable ono, with small outlay, forj such Low Prices as SULZER'S have. Just revoh this statement in your mind. . o SULZER'S OLOVERPORT, K tax-paye- long-winde- o. Furniture The regular and reliable Furniture dealer Is always on hand with a full stock in- ! Furniture ! Furniti MICHAEL HAMMAN, t IeSEISI IsMi "''b M -- now-stowe- cluding Sewing Machines, Coffins, II IWIM? - 'A- - -- 4 . Ml n JVWII Burial Caskets Picture Frames, Trimmings, Etc. h His prices shall bo such, quality considered, that no "Uai houso can undorsell him, and ho is dotormincd to meet tho jnanW tho prico bo what it may. Always call on him and ascertain pridih ibro purchasing elsowhcro. Ho means just what ho says. Ho ca bo undersold. M. HAMMAN, Clovorport, Ky,v d-- d (?: . IE s Field Seeds Seeds : 9 High-Schoo- l: self-defen- We havo just received the following list of two-thir- NORTHERN WHITE OATS, RED CLOVER, TIMOTHY, BLUE GRASS, salt-work- N Jjotte ry Courlcr-Journ's Vice-Preside- nt semi-smil- o Courier-Journal- Courier-Journa- RED TOP, a. All the Seeds wo quote you aro strictly o Stop! Stop! Stop! Fob-ruar- ct DIM D FIRST-CLAS- S ! ORE B. F. H3E5S1 WHISKEY Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY,. o, )io-ca- bo-g- in NOTICE. c o o ir J. R. Moorman, The I. W. Harper Is tlio finest vlilikoy on earth. Used In moderation, It Is a sure epoct-flfur Indigestion, for general debility, for Insomnia, for mental depression. It Is as fragrant as ripe fruit and If used In modoratlon It lengthem life, adds to our joys and drives dull eare away. The I. W. Harper wblskey It absolutely4 pure. It Is prescribed by the ablest physicians of tbls country; and by degrees It is winreputation. ning a world-widMIKK rOPHAM.SoleAg't, CloTerport,Ky. e havo for sale several Turkeys of tho puro bronie stock, Any one wishing to purchase call or oddresi me at Dewleyvllle, Ky. Mil 3. Z. T. BTITII. I FOR SALE. ; A pair or iron gray mule, 6 1 fl hands bleb) well matched. th or on time. Apply to . yir old pott, Will sell for Ita W.P.BLT,HoU,Ky. wByrcu fjElWJ ewith. outta.)ookofDr. Uottlamtent rstfcK. Ii.li.wnoi r.Kv u i. HXM WhithU at. 'I , 'Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEBM'AKY 3, ISitf. XT . COWPER. I Vif i ' following Etaav l read by Mr. Jai. Uroti at a Meeting of the A. O, V. W. J.odne ( .tf. ,. r .n j ,. in mtcitf nnais junii.nc vj .vuva.wt .i. uiA.ji,... br eforo entering into the subject prop- this essay, it is a lair maucr lor ex- ' t Tijilnation to consider tho status of n L;Mgihtlan pocL Poetry, according to fMtnon acceptation, is tho ombellish- .jfcpj Ojftjje thoughts of tho imagination '" Ha bcatitiful robe of flno phrased ox- Asim ; cunor in verso or prose, it 'IK observed that poetry by this de- ton is a flno art. Tho writings of great secular poets all meet this de- Hon, elso their greatness, which may date for n timo, will, liko tho bubbles Bwn by boyhood's breath, eventually Irst, FoWi howovcr, of tho Christian ooefs reach this perfection of poetry; AtuUof this class of poets, Milton occu- plelhb prcmeir position whilo William uovrpcr may bo classed as second. But. Hfni.iv bo naked, in a norfectlv leirlftinate mauuer; Does poetry only -i exist Jn tho lohy expression of thought ? ssli Uimilllg V1BU lH.L''.N5ilQ IU UUUSIUIUU u 't Tho natural answer to this at ice forces itsolftupon us: Tho subject tier must bo worthy the embellish- :t? nf4 y". It would indeed bo a foolish thing for ions mind like his, this would bo no pleasing appointment, and there Is no rrnnii fnr list In linliitvi, llml )m nvrtr ..it. tered on tho duties of this office. Shortly nftorwanls ho was offered the office of Clerk of tho Journals of tho House, by nu influential relation of his, which ho gladly ncecpted. Bcforo entering on tho duties of this appointment, however, ho had to undergo an examination at tho Bar of tho House, when ho was seized with n fit of nervousness and could not appear. This so preyed upon his mind that ho suicide, ns his misery was The attempt, however, failed not from want of courage as was alleged, but by Divine interference. He ordered a coachman to drvio him to tho banks of tho Ouse, wlicro ho intended to throw himself in. But God interposed and enveloped tho land In a fog. Tho driver missed his way and after driving for a long timo found himself where ho had started from. Ho descended from his box and informed Cowper that ho had missed tho way in tho fog, and that they were again at tho spot whence tliev had set out. On learning this, Cowper alighted audwent homo. Struck with tho remarkable concldenco of his starting and alighting nt the same spot; tho hand of God was revealed to him and tho mists of insanity rolled temporarily from his troubled mind. Fired with gratitude to God for his deliverance he sat down and wroto that grand hymn : (ti) moesln a tnyiterioui way, Ills wonder to pcrliirm : ' b.i inconsistent with Cowper's religious character for him to bo so utterly east ' down, but when wo recollect Unit his mind wns constitutionally weak, it cannot then be wrong to say that ho was quite acceptable bcforo God. His troubles were still further increased by nn fcttack of dropsy in 1709, but it seemed good to God torelea30 him from all his troubles by death In tho month of April, 1S00. was a man of great genius, and all his works betray n simple pathos, nndnt the same time exactitude of exCowper j j K- poorly lighted and roughly lie plants hl footsteps In the sea, And rides npon the storm, etc. 'constructed, with a leaky roof, and walls Cowper whoso mitid was partially unJ.tltrniipli wlitph tlin innistnrn nf Hin P iieven's permcato ; then, to cover those hinged by the deepest remorse, wns reVails with tho most chasto and elegant moved in .1703 to tho houso of Doctor designs of paper, adorn its rafter roof Cotton. By the loss of his appointments Cow-per- 's with oak graining, and hido its moist, financial condition suflercd considearthy floor, under tho most luxurious erably, but an increase sufficient for his tcfrcts. Thus some poets decorate ideas with limited wants - was provided by his nS utility, and some worthless senti- friends. He left Ft. Alban's and went to ments become tho ground-wor- k for tho reside nt Huntingdon. Here Cowper hanging of gorgeous tapestries. This, enjoyed a felicity previously unknown without doubt is a fair analogy to a few to him. In this town lived Mr. Unwin Mho poems of somo of our great poets. and his wife, with whom Cowper formed Krc (Jml had built the mountains In somo of theso poems, vice is decked an acquintance, an acquaintance which Or Mixed the Imitful hills; friendship, gorgeous apparel, villany triumphs deepened into a profound lie shows the claim of God in us by er Virtue, and schemes of tho deepest nnd lusted till Cowper's death. creating us and all things and the right great This lady seems to have made a tinning aro unfolded for tho betray nl of he has to possess us. innocence to readers who seek for such impression on Cowper, and which is The universality of God is portrayed information with an eager appetite. seen in the tender feeling which marks in that hymn commencing. But thi3 truly is a pessimist view of sccu- - his allusions to her in his poems, as Jcmis whvrcctrth people mcit JUr" poetry. In this homo Cowper found Somo poets there nro whose Mary. Tiitre thej behold the nicrcy-se.Vhercccr they seek thee thou art found poems disclose a realm in which it is oral companions, wlnsc gentle religious And cerj place is hallowed ground poasible to exist without many of the intercourse cheered him and relieved The claim of God on tho unconverted setting sins of this life. Poetry being his mind from that melancholy gloom is next shown in that hymn, si well 8 ttxpression of imaginations, dreams which so much affected him. floppier condition, of a better condi- - In January, 177.'!, Cowper visited the known:lark ! my soul, It Is the Lord, I ii generally occupy our nbscnt minds. Itev. Mr. Newton, a man of sincere piety 'TIs thy S iior, hear his word ; tor just as truly as tho natural actions of who was a friend of the Unwins, but Jimis speaks, and fcpeaks to thec. Say, poor sinner, lovest thou me. ur heart drag us downward, so surely w hoso religions views were of a peculiar And who does not know that hymn, :lo tllo visions of tho imagination lnvnti east, and perhaps owing to the discusI us to a purer sphere. Poetrv fails in its sion of these tenets, Cowper's insanity in which the sinner is pointed to the bbject if no seeking after a somo higher returned, lint a gentle anil loving hand cleansing power of Christ's blood ? There i ,i fountain filled with hlnod. state, nor noblo aspirations follow its soothed him in his delirium nnd a paThis hymn will never die, so simple rusal. Taking tho elevation of man- - tient nurse in Mrs. Fnwin watched over ind to bo tho poets aim, it is hero him through a long and slow recovery. y t so full of tho great Gospel message. ero wo find the chief dillerence, be On his recovery bo wrote those hymns . When tho sinner has seen the error of en tlio secular and the sacred poet. which are bo well known, and spent his his ways, and plunged into the fountain Christian poet has a true founda- - time in domesticating hares ami ther that cleanses from all sin the use of tho Iiid work, being built on the pursuits which aro all described in the Holy Spirit in illumining the mystcrits of Scripture is given in thathynin, of Ages, while the secular poet Task." The spirit breathe upon the Word eta somo magnificent edifice on tho Mrs. Unw in knowing the strong bias And brings the truth to tight. ting sands of Idealism. Followers of Cowper s mind towards religious subIn another hymn he urges the saint to d believers of tho Christian poets jects suggested suitable subjects for com- walk closer still with God. rk attain a definite goal, either in position by his genius. Cowper at once Oh for a close walk nith God. ns, or tho Hfo to" come; whilo the responded and acting upon her suggesAnother exhorts tho believer to piay rand and dazzling doctrines of tho secu tion stat ted to write in December 17S0 without ceasing, and gives the advantage lar poet may lead somo to a better tem- - and by March of tho following year had of prayer, namely, rory modo of living, but enstini noth- - written 'Truth,' Table-TalWhat various hindrance we meet Tho Prolu coining to a mcrc-sc; ng for a futuro condition. If wo tako gress of Error,' and 'Expostulation.' These are his best hymns,-anlong tho Biblo axiom for greatness, namely These lie published in one volume in will they continue favorites, as what jsy their Iruits shall ye know them, 1782. ronv what has been already said wo may although never married, could bo more suitable for tiie sentiCowper, conclude, that though many Chribtian owed much to women. Itesides the ments they express, I cannot closo this paper without expoets may not bo classed 'great' owing to friendship of Mrs. Unwin, by whoie adtheir expression of thought, still the vice he first started literature seriously, pressing the opinion that few men's good attained by them may justly secure ho formed in 1781 the acquaintanceship lives have ever been so consistent with for them that title. Accordingly it may of Lady Austin. This lady advised him their writings. Again by this life are not bo hyperbolical to say that a chris to undertake the Tusk his greatest Longfellow's lines forced on us. I.ltcs ofgrt.it men all remind us tian poet whoso inspirations are decked work, urged him to translate Homer, We can make our lives sublime J in a suitable garment of expression is in- and herself related to him the Story of Andd(.parting,leavc behind us deed among tho greatest of tho poets; John Gilpin, that inimitable humorous I'' out prints on the sind of lime. for what aim can bo higher than that tale. J am km Hi:i:os. whens tho poet leads man to a betTho tale of John Gilpin produced an tor life, shows a binding link between extraordinarily beneficial effect on the Easy Expectoration, increased power the events of life which aro all directed mind of Cowper, nnd ho produced it as a of tho lungs and tho enjoyment of rest, by an unseen hand, and points out the poem fn the courso of a single night. are (ho rewards, upon taking Dr. Pull's hand of tho Creator in all. One poet This tale needs no comment as it is Cough Syrup, to all consumptives. more than any other fulfills theso duties known by everybody who loves pure Cuts, burns and all other wounds, can humor. Jnnd that poet is William Cowper. bo cured in a slioit time by the use of A sketch of tho life of the writer may Cowper began his great poem, 'The Salvation Oil, Hie greatest euro on earth bo acceptable as ho is not altogether Task,' in 1783 and published it in 1785. for pain. Price 25 conts. known so well as he ought to be. Tho poem introduced n now element - William Cowper was born at tho parinto poetry, namely, the love of animals Facts. About Ills Queen of Sbebn. sonage of Great Iterkhamstead on tho and nature for their own sakes. It's rather lato to learn tho truth about 20th of November, 1731. Asa child he In this poem the poet delineates himthe Queen of Slioba. Nevertheless, tho was extremely delicate and sensitive, self, his thoughts nnd actions. His Academy of Inscriptions Is greatly exorand tho growing years of boyhood seem- pleasant home is chosen as the scene of cised about this subject. Olio of its ed only to accentuato that sensitivenesss action, and described with a simple but inombers thinks that ho has discovered and increased it into depression and natural beauty. The homely life of his that Slioba was in Arabia, nnd that tho melancholy. When six years of ago he peasant is not too mean for his eloquent, queen wns tho mother of Abon Solomon, who founded u kingdom in Ethiopia. was sent to a school kept by Dr. I'itnam, and consequently wo have hero an inSho w cut to Jerusalem on couquost bont, a school of considerable importance on sight into their life nnd manners. Ho and would havo liked to stay thore. Market street in Hertfordshire. Hero depicts their condition, and discusses But tho wise Hobrow thought she would his stay was very unsatisfactory, as ho social and politicial subjects and prophe- bo hard to manage, and a more tisoful spent a most misentblo life, which only sies the victory of the Kingdom of God. ally in her own country. Ho therefore deepened tho depression of bovhood In 1701 ho published his translation of tent her buck laden with presents nnd filed with nmbltious projects. Wo mny , years, into a settled gloom, and ndected Homer which met with a hearty recepexpect ono of those day to see her "him till his death. Leaving this village tion. This work connects him with the by Sara Bernhardt in an 01 school ho entered Westminister School classical pods and put 111 in on nu equal Testamont drama by Saidou. London where his studies were completed. Hav-- footing with most of his preceding fellow Truth. ing acquired a fair education ho was laborers in that branch. Tho term hero given is ono shortly afterward apprenticed to an at These increasing labors, howover, be- -3 which was supposed, to havo been torney in London named Chapman, gan to inako their effects visible on coined during tho Into war. It is wliero ho served threo years according Cowper. His constitutional malady hud claimed, however, that it is an old to his articles, after which in 170'- -' ho only been kept nt bay by his wielding of word revived, perhaps of Swedish went to rcsido in tho Middle Temple. tho pen, Again, however, those whisorigin, lie this as it mny, there is Two years later ho was called to tho pering voices of evil which had tormentbar but never practioed. His father ed him so much before bt'gan to afflict certainly no word in the English lanhaving died In 1760, Cowper was left a him-oncagain. Try ns he would when guage that more forcibly expresses the small patrimony on which lie lived. ho sat before his desk, his hand nnd pen action of certain pathogenic microbes In tho year 1759 Cowper removed to were willing, but his genius refused to which may havo found their way into tho Inner Temple, where he expected to cotno nt Ills call. That faithful friend of tho blood, niter the administration of secure by tho influence of his family some his, Mrs. Unwin, was also getting old Swift's Specific. Finding this sanguinelegal appointment. Although ho thus and her faculties were becoming dim, ous medium too warm, so to speak, for seemed awaiting and desirous for tho ap- and tho two were feeling their path their comfort, they skedaddle through tho porcH of tho skin, leaving the system pointment, Cowpor had a perfect hatred through tho same misty lane. to tho study of law, novcr oven opening Tho homo at Olnoy was broken up, intact. Not only doesS. S. Scauso the a book on tho subject. Although ho and they left tho seeuo of happier times elimination of tho said microbes and the had no lovo for such study, yet ho was to bo received into tho house of Mr. poison produced thereby, but it assists not idle; for, at this time, ho started to Johnson in Tuddcrham, Norfolk. Death in rebuilding the waste places of tho syswrito poetry, studied Greek and in con- hero severed this long friendship by cut- tem resulting from tho devitalizing and junction with his brother translated ting oh" Mrs. Unwin on tho 17th of De- disintegrating effects of tho aforesaid. somo of the books of tho 'Honriadu'. cember 1700. All now seemed to CowBefore ho was long settled in tho In- per n blackness of darkness, ho became Treatiso on Blood and Skin diseases inconsolable and fell into a mailed free. ner Temple, ho was appointed a Com- well-nigmissioner of Bankrupts, but to a rclig- - state of utter dejection. It may seem to 8WIFTKPECIFI0 CO., Atlanta, Gn. ill-sid- e, it k, -1 micro-organism- s h ecution, which restored English poetry to a natural condition. The practical subjects which ho treated 'estroyed tho (sentimentalities) of Bayley and Darwin, and all is treated in a natural ami unaffected manner. Ho loved iinturo because it wns nature and when ho described it, did So in such a manner that ho showed nil tho lovo of a child for n'llower, but with the minuteness of a botamist. But nature was not the only innovation which Cowper introduced into poetry. In all his works ho treats man ns a whole, nsa common brotherhood, and even the meanest of mankind claimed Ho examined all Ins consideration. such social interests ns Education, Prisons and Hospitals, the state of the poor and their sorrows, universal freedom and slavery just government and tho destiny of our raco In the future. Another marked feature in his writings is his love for animals and tho consideration lie claims for them from others. The influence of Cowper in this matter is seen in that ralistie poem of Coleridges "Tho Ancient Mariner." Cowper's fame, ns a Christian poet rests not on the works wo have already noticed but on his hymns. Being a believer himself in God nd knowing tho benefits of a free pardon for sin lie seeks to lead others to the true source of these blessings. If we were to connect his hymns in a chain wo would have a complete course in Theology. Starting with that hymn of which the following aro the first two lines: Ifoir Thrift lias Chanced IUr. One day last week a cuatonur in ono of tho largo Brooklyn dry goodj Btorea stood waiting for her turn to bo served nnd idly watching tho woman who wns claiming tho attention of the clerk nt tho moment Thoro wns nothing about her to attract a second glauce, Sho looked to bo closo upon CO years of ngc, her hnlr was very gray, though not whito, and a pair of rnthor dark oyei looked out from n colorless unlmprcssivo face. In figure sho was short and small, and tho black costumo sho woro was jlmplo to plalnnoss. Yet when she gavo liei nanio nnd address for a pat col to bo sent it was loallzod that this llttlo woman of Inslgnifleaut nppearanco was ono whoso name 18 years ago ws In everybody's mouth from one end of tho country to the other, nnd whoso personality nt that timo wns almost ns well known ns her nima Sho was Mrs. Theodore Tilton. fNow York Times. We Give the Plants You Pick the Elowers :- JUST WHAT EVEKY FARMER WANTS. :- - A CHARMING OFFER FOR1892. It was Ben Johnson, wo believe, who when asked Mullock's question. "Is ... life wortli living?" replied, "That on tho liver." And Ben Johnson doubtless saw tho doublo point to the , pun. Tho liver active quick Hfo rosy, everything bright, mountains of trouble melt like mountains of snow. Tho liver sliicgiili life dull, everything blue, $4.50 Total, molehills of worry riso into mountains Our now "GRANITE" Chilled Plow has gone to the front with of anxiety, and ns n result sick head"We offer all those for 2.00 in advance wonderful strides. It is now an acknowledged leader with allwho havo ache dizziness, constipation. Two ways We will give an order on Peter Henderson it Co., for any of the nro open. Cure p Tinanontly, or relievo used it. above collections, which is good until June 1, 1892. temporarily. Take a pill and suffer, or It88pecial inoiits arc : Send your subscriptions to take a pill and get well. Shock tho sys1st. 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Sunday school (ol .hleh I am buporlnttnJont) I know was compelled to Btay at homo on account of her all. niBiit rlts) for ciht monthB, but since jBiuc I antor KouiIg'H .Norvo Tonlo Blio attends nuulnrl). 1 tb.uk the euro the most remark-jblhavo o or seen or heard of, and HHHrlqimrtT8 for nerve Tonic ilobenos the highlit, ocomlums, this It baj in) fullest ciidotbeuitnt JOaN A. 11EHBB, JR. A Vnluablo Hoolt on Nervous uiHOiiNOH soai ireo ro anyauiiress, and pour patients can ali-- obtain tills iiieillvliio lioo of cliuruo. Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich This romedvh&s Ixxm rrenared bvtha navenmd KoenlK. ot Fort Vvnvue, ludi tinco tSiH. and lean Planter, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil nowDicparedunderhlsdlrecUou by the by the Barrel, Planter Hair, KOENIG MED. CO., Chicago, III. o 1 thread no tacks a seamless shoo, 1030 2d llll . 1015 to hurt tbo recti inauo of the best lino calf, stvllsli 1023 1021 9 21 618 and cay, and because tee make more thoee of thi 1027 9 25 1018 13 any other manufacturer. It equals lianJ-sewegrade than 1030 1015 920 Holt 610 shoes coating from SI.U) to 83 U0. 1(144 1001 Cluvctport 6 57 UllCcniilno HnniUsrwci), tbo finest calf 9 4S 1050 Shops U57 951 iPZJm shoo ever offered for $3 0Ji equals French 563 Imported shoes which cost from $iW to tl.' it). 1100 SkiUman 9 41 IP 01 5 40 Mine, (CA 0(1 llnniNSrwcil Welt durable. lino calf, 1010 93.1 llawesville 6 20 iif-f- m The belt 1018 st) llih, comfortable and 1118 9U) l'etrle 622 shoe ever offered at this price i same KraJo as cus1121 1021 Palcmi 90 515 tom mado shoes costing from $6.00 to &MX). 11 "9 915 Cace 611 CSQ 00 l'olleo rtlioni Farmers, ltallroad Men 10 28 1135 9119 t.ewisport 6 0') J70a nnd Letter Carriers all wear tuemi nuocalf, mat seamless, smooth Inside, heavy threo sulci, exten- 1050 1152 m 851 Powers 148 sion edKn. Ono pair will wear n) ear. 12 07i)in 8 37 Pates IX no shoo ever offered at CO 50 flno cnlfiono betterwill convlnco tlioso 11216 8 27 Owensboro 4 25 Ds this prlcot trial 122; Mattini;ly 4 13 ,1121 815 who want a shoo for comfort and servlco. 8 00 Stanley 4 0. Worldntiiiiiiii's CO 3 ami S'i.OU and durable. Those shoes , 1131 L23ti & very strong who 1140 aro 1240 Worthlliirton 7 65 3 55 havo given them a trial will wear no other make. Spottsville 1W 1165 7 37 337 SVl.OU nml 81.73 school shoes aro jzoopin 111 fl.iclc-tt329 worn by t ho boys every where; tlieysell 1220un 1 25pm ar.licniiert'n Iv 7 29 DUJO 715im 315pm on their merits, ns the Increasing sales show. llnniNriPWCil shoo, best I Xkineola, vcrystyllsb; equals laClUICO coating from 8I.U) to Stun!. French Imported shoes l.nillcH ,50, SJ.OU nml 81.73 shoe for Louisyi'ie,Hard!nsburg & Western R, R. Hisses aro tho best fine Uongola. tstyllsh and d urable. (.'nut Ion. Seo that W. 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