You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1892 brc1892111001_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. ' v 1 THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS. VOL. XVII. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1892. Milling ji r NO. 16 Irvington BfiaS&ffifflggB COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. r ' Merchant nnd Custom Millers, Dealers and Manufacturers ' .", r4 . i r - Grain of the o t$8kWk .Amgjms jewsyo r. . 5U mt.MawMmmit '.v OFFICIAL RETURNS. When they are in they are in the result of our guesses on the Indian vote will be announced in this paper. If YOU don't get a Suit or an Overcoat FREE for guessing come or send to Louisville's Greatest OLOTHING HOUSE and get one for the least money you overspent in your life for the same value, and a pair of elegant patent stilts free with every Boy's Suit or Overcoat. m Highest Grades Mf vd tw ft rt h M V d X OK Roller Process FLOT7B Roller Process Corn. IMIeaJ. Bran, Sliipstuff and ZsFZEIEZD. Ample capital, the best quality of grain and modorn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and care ful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. pro- i I 321 fln VEST MARKET W STREET-TEMPORARY l QUARTERS. BaBffigBfflggfejgi Our Next President and Both parents ran, badly frightend, to wliero tho little fellows were, expecting Electiou was held at the school-housto find wounded or dead one of their Bandy Oliver was at Ea6t View Satur- darlings. Happily Dan was not pointing day and Sunday. toward his brother when th real pistol, Henderson's famous $3 fine shoe is which ho believed a toy one, went off sold by Alexander & Pile. to his great amazement. On tho same F. II. Lyon and "Doc" Carman nro day a certain young man of our acquaintance came near enough shooting himself buying tobacco at handsome figures. Geoige Mercer was hero Friday look accidentally that his clothes wero burned lug about in the interest of tho Third by the unexpected discharging of his musket. Party. e. Vice-Presiden- t. CUSTER. Mrs. Eva Stith and daughter, of Hardin county, aro visiting Mrs. Thomas P. For any further information call on or address the Jesse T. Tucker and wife, of West View, arc isiting Mr. and Mrs. Dick IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. m-A- -m Few Pointers cSc How to make your money go a long ways to buy your winter IBoots Siloes Men's Boots for $1.23 were sold at $1.75 " " " 2.75 1.03 " box too boots for $1.98 " 2.75 A full line of shop made goods. The Rattler Man Shoo 98c. sold for$1.50 Good substantial Buff Shoo for $1.24 $1.75 sold lor Gent's fine Dress Shoo for $1.48 .... -- sold for Gent's Calf Shoo for $2.75 sold for $2.00 $'5.75 IFor Clotliiza.gr "We can not bo beat in styles and low prices. Orercostts- Priccs knocked out. Heavy weight Overcoats for $1.48 $11.50 worth Heavy weight Overcoats for $1.93 $4.25 worth Heavy weight Overcoats for $.'1.18 $0.00 wortli Storm King's Overcoats for $5.48 $8.00 worth Dreai Overroate for $7.50 worth - $10.00 " " 12.50 $10.00 " " " 15.00 12.50 " " " 20.00 15.00 " Ladies you will miss it If you do not visit our CLOAK DEPARTMENT and bco tho many different styles. You will be sure to purchu.su at tho low prices, ut 98c to $18.00. .... .... .... .... Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. Oil AiiflOLu-niLT rC ITCHING PILES cuius, uinimcni i? SiDiVtffiffuwJfta u be a u. rr.pUi t v. u .i,.. 4 si, riXwuZ lino of fall ScoBabbago's beautiful oversbirte. Tucker. Wc lia o recently spent a few days out Laskia Butler and "Babe" Nimmo were in Louisville last week selling of town, enjoying the sweets of country tobacco. life. Gathering apples, hunting, nutting Gilbert Pile and Rico Carlton spent walking about, recalling that period of Saturday hunting on Nortti Fork of innocency when ns a child we played bareheaded about the cliffs and strayed Rough creek. far into tho woodland, wliero now the Napper's celebrated pills and invaluruthless hand of the stavo makor is layable nature's relief are for sale by ing low our noble and loved forest trees. Alexander & Pile. Many contrasts mark tho differenco beDr. It. J. Napper, Stephensport, was in tween that happy time and the present, town Thursday talking to his old friends full of disappointment and anxieties. and selling medicine. And, whilo it may sadden, yet wo love Joel Pile goes to Hardinsburg and to go back to the old homo amid familiar elsewhere Friday, all to conduct the scenes and wander over this hallowed teacher's examination, ground wliero all things welcomo us. II. O. Bennett and family spent Satur- Tho old farm horso gives us a look of day and Sunday at Hardinsburg, the recognition ; the house dog, fit now only to lie in the sun and cat his daily allowguests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Meyer. Quarterly meeting here next Saturday ance, comes up for his expected stroke and Sunday. Wo understand it will be on tho head and a kind word ; purring Tabby too, must bo noticed ; and, while tho beginning of a series of meetings. fowls are all of a more recent growth Do you want anything in the shoo lino the and know us not, yet they interest us from a horso shoo to C. M. Henderson's for best fine shoes, if so call on Alexander & The roosters, given much to show, Pile. Now walk about the yard and crow ; Mitchell Meyer, Horned and Mirain Hut turkey goblers stand and sigh For well they know Thanksgiving's nigh Meyer, Buras, passed through town last week on their way homo from Vine and on that day they must bo served up for the stomachs of feasting humanity. Grove. J. II. Lennin spoke hero Friday night. Tliero is no feasting, no pleasure, no Not so sanguine as some enthusiastic re- gain without corresponding abstinence, formers, he doesn't predict national suc- pain or loss somewhere. And it's naught but right that sometimes in our successes cess before '00. wo should think of the losses, and, like A few nights ago Mr. Henry Board's Whittier's little girl love, bo sorry for dwelling burned to the ground. Half our gain and their losses. ills household goods was burned, making him a heavy loser. yourselfby runWhen you have Our lino of Overshoes is complete, our ning, juming or working, there is nothing that prices the lowest for tho quality, and our will relieve the soreness of your Joints nnd muscles so quicklv and efUctually as Salvation Oil, cussomers tho best pleased people you the greatest cure ou earth for pain. Jjcts. meet. Alexander it Pile. The Custer Masonic Lodgo is one of' BEWLEYVILLE. tlie livest in the county nnd is constantly receiving accessions, tho latest being "Bandy" Oliver, Saturday night. Miss Lilliu Scott is visiting tho family His hearers all say that Judge Allen of Dr. J. II. W. Frank. Murray made us the best address of the Miss B. Ada Drury is expected to bo at wholo season when hero Saturday. His homo on Thanksgiving day. opponents acknowledge tho force nnd Fletcher Blanford has quit work at the truth of his remarks. creamery to attend school. We have lately added to our already Mr. D. O. Johnson got homo from his large stock of shoes, the uiirhallcd Lit- Texas trip Sunday last. tle Red School House Shoo for children. The black haw is ripo and tho big boy, Get the best nnd for tho lenst money of the 'possum and tho coon prevail. us. Alexander & Pile. Wo cuess tho total voto for president At the church, Oct. 25th, were married this year will bo 13,440,391. Mr. Alex Jones nnd Miss Mary Board. Gcorgo E. Drury went to Louisvillo Mibs Board's home burned the night beFriday and returned Saturday. fore the happy day w hen as Mrs. Jones Mr. Ernest Hondorson is expected to she left for her now homo, where, we trust, many years of wedded bliss await act as challenger for tho Democrats at tho election, her. Essex Broadway w enrs n No. 15 brogan. Tho following seekers after knowledgo and truth, after much heated argument, His friends think his foot is nearly as thorough investigation and a fow fabu- largo ns it will ever bo. lous bets, have concluded tlrnt they don't Miw Emily Munford nnd her brother, know tho differenco between a daily and Erskin, wero tho guests of Miss M. Bet-ti- o a newspaper. Anyono nblo Drury Saturday evening, and attended and willing to enlighten, will pleaso ad- church nt night. dress either John Butler, Oscar AlexandTho board of trustees for this district er, Sandy Trent or Gcorgo Horned. had a lone hunt for a teacher, but the While eating dinner with their host indications nro that the district will bo and hostess Saturday, the cars of Mr. well paid for tho delay. and Mrs. Hardin, O, Bennett wero Tho schooMiouso yard at recess presaluted by a pistol shot coming from tho sents a lively scene, and tho good order room where their four year old Ernest that prevails insido and out, shows that nnd six yenr old Daniel wero playing. tho school is directed by a master's hand. ed Oh! for a placi where I can bell My goods and clothes and do it well, For now I muit pay ofl tny debts Contracted on election Lets. Hardaway and family. Misses Mury Paul, Lora Hardaway Vie and Leah Payne, Clara Jordan, Hattio McCoy, Annie Johnson, Ella Triplett and Mary Blanford, aro attendingschool. S. P. Drury, "Will Pennington and Wade Drury went bird hunting Saturday, and S. P. got a very slight wound in tho leg from a stray shot fired from Wado's gun when shooting at a rabbit. Mr. W. W. Keath received n scvero injury, having lils'coiiar bono broken in two places and a severe contusion of his left shoulder, in a railroad wreck at about six weeks ago. Ho has not fully recovered yet, and it is feared by his friends that ho may never have the use of his arm and shoulder as before. Mr Ben C. Dowell will move in a few days to Vino Grove, Ky. We will miss you Ben, and hope you have mado no mistake in leaving your cozy little home to engngo in a new occupation nt your Irv-ingt- For instance, Mrs. Clias. Rogers, of Bay City, Mich., accidently spilled scalding water over her littlo boy. Sho promptly applied Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, giving instant relief. It's a wonderfully good salvo for burns, bauises, sores, and 11 sure euro for piles. Short & Haynes, Cloverport and Beard & Bcelcr, Hardinsburg, Ky fw7ST?Trfl5?iv Save Your Money ! NJSmiHrtjfeai Benjamin Harrison tell Whitelaw Reid that James B. Weaver had stated in the presence of Jas. G. Field that John Bidwell and Bewleyville.Ky. J. B. Cranfill heard Thos. L. Carter, Chairman of the National Republican Committee Ho Credit Prices I and W. H. Harritty, Chairman of the National Democratic Committee say, that Grover Cleveland told Adlai Stevenson that it is a positive fact that he overheard CASH STORE tirno of life. Mrs. Thomas II. Payno lost this spring about $120 worth of chickens with cholera, but bIio has out of tho remnant left, stocked her yards again nnd sold to the cash store a large lot of young fowls. She makes the business quite profitable- Mr. B. Logan Hardaway who was severely injured by being thrown clear off tho right of way and badly scalded by tho explosion of tho boiler whilt running n train of cars as Engineer in South Dakota lsst spring. Wo aro glad to learn he has now so far recovered as to bo out Everything Marked in Plain Figures. Favorite Stoves and Ranges Sell easier and give better satisfaction than all others, and aro mado at Will give you more Goods for your PIQUA, OHIO, By the again. Mr. 55. T. Stith and family havo.ro-turne- d from Louisville, where they have resided for nine months, to their old homo. Zack thinks tho day he got back tho happiest of his life, nnd says tho next time ho moves away it will not bo of his choosing. Wo welcome you BackZack for life seems brighter when you aro G Iff around. David Hnrdawny, Purco Hnrdaway, Jcsso Payne, Roy Cain, Fletcher nnd igl Overton Blanford nnd Wade Drury are taaaabsoaqa going to school. Ml WWII produce than any house that will pay you nominally a higher price than it can he sold at. Favorite Stove and Range Company, Who have the model stove plant of America, the greatest country on earth. PAYNE & GloverportKg. CLARENCE Shorthand M. Instructor GORDON, In CO., POLK'S ui ti illtlliUlItt and Typewriting. with r, ra &$ it hi Look straight before you b"y an J Ictrnyou lisson well, For If you lail your teacher's monthly report to your parents will surely tell; From ccry thing tint Is wrong be sure your- Dupery. Wo are now mak- and Arithmetic. The Graham System, Callgraph and Hemlnpton Typewriters. The only College in the State of Kentucky Indorsed by Official Established in 1ES9!, and during the first year Also (In connection Business Cnlleire.) Wcivcr's Ir'IIMl HmH &3M ..? , u.:iV selves to keep, And over your lessons unlearned, suffer your selves never to sleep; Then in coming years, when stern business your life shall rule, You will Icam to appreciate the busy moment spent In school. Mrs. Fannie Dignain, 141 Molt St., New York City, makes a miraculous cure of her rheumatism. She wrltest "I owe unspeakable and never to be forgotttn irratltude to Salvation Oil, It made a nlraculous cure of my rheumatism," One Hundred Sixteen Pupils ing our Fall delivory, but wo aro for all that ready to wait on all who may come to 8C0 us. As an inducement to now beginners wo will for every were enrolled. This speaks for itself. We get you a situation as soon as jou become competent to hold one. References Charles A. Graham and Clarence E. Walker, the leading Official Stenographers for the city. Write to I'or catalogue them for Information. . "inilSv J'FBislBBEhii'i-'i'i'i'JHaA IV 'iwivssssssssssssSiii' iiilisBksisssssssssssssss&j f h ' I address, CLARENCE M. GORDON, c2 Cor. Fourth & Market Sts, LOUISVILLE. KY. FOR THROAT AIIMD $10.00 worth of Nursery Btock you may buy of us make you a present of WHEN YOU go to Hurdinaburg call on It. E. Mnttlngly for tho best wince TtTIBA iniTVyouoweynnneirnuitfano y to set 1I10 beat valuo for your money. .cononiize m your looiwenr y purcunaipr W. L. JlouirJa.il Hlioc, which represent bi'tij value for prices Baked, oa ttiouaanda will testify. TiiJSffig' $5.00 LUIMC and liquors, complaints, the best remedy is $2.50 TiO 50 44.00 . 42.00 $3.50 ma,u,mm rOA LADIES 42.00 41.75 rOR B0Y3 43.00 A SCHOONER bwr and lunch all rents at of for 5 42.25 42.00 OR f1fl AVER'S Cherry Pectoral In colds, bronchitis, la grippe, $1.00 worth of stock in anything you may si lect. 80 send in your orders now. W. R, .U P n .eMMttMViV J'B?P,'J--..tu,- l 41.75 ? FOflTHikOtfef. R. I L. DOUGLAS MATTIlin, W. SHOE S3 HARDINSBURG, KY. THE BEST SHOE ctK-fflIN THE WOULD Prompt to Act sure to cure. 'Jlie ruduuVit XUFM)( all kinds of Job Work in sylet. tr d llrst-clas- and croup, it is Polk & Bro., Tobinsport, Ind price are stamped on bottom of eaob kbo. FRUIT TREES For sale at Hardin's Nursery, one and two years old, Good Trees and low pikes. For further Information, call on or address W, L. Douglas, BreeUtoB, Usm, lloivmer Sc IlambleteM, SeU bar Cloverport, Ky. Br .J. M, Clayton, Ben. Hardin & Son, PhysicianSurgeon. Office ovtr h ANDYVIL.L.E, " KY( IHUP T?iaese3!ws! Faynt & Co'$ ITordwore Stort, J0LOVERPORT, KY. .?'j;Wl'-i'iWf','iW- '' t '" Hl' "WS y" IX v iar- l555L sfrr7l AND "OorfnwY". rAa COT UNITED STATES OOOrf MMPANV UBllSHED dr SPtciAi ARrtANGEMCNrwrrHrHEM'. PAET ONE, I.' ' CHAPTER I. Tho cavaliers always ran when thoy taw Puritan Colonel Brothortof t and his troop of whi to horses coming. Thoy ran from tho lost battlo of Horn-castlin tho days of tho great rebellion, and tho colonel chasod. Lato at night ho rodo wearily back to Ho first took caro that Ilomcastlo. thoso famous horses woro f od a good feed aftor their good fight and bravo chaso, and thon laid himsolf down in his cloak to sleep bosido Cromwell and Fairfax. Prosontly a .yonth on n whito horso como galloping into the town, up to tho quaint houso whero tho oolonol quartered, and shouted for him. Brothortoft looked out at tho window. By the faint light ho recognized young Galsworthy, son of his richest tenant and trustiest , follower. I "Tho king's people havo attackod tho manor houso," cried tho boy. "My lady is trying to told it with tho servants. I como for holp." i In a moment a scoro of men wero mounted and dashing southward. Ten miles to go. They know every foot of it Tho twenty whito horses galloped closo and took their leaps togother stoadi-l- y an heroic sight to bo soon in that clear, frosty night of October! Thofiro of dawn already glimmorod in tho cast when they began to see another firo on tho southern horizon. Tho colonel's heart told him whoso towers Vero burning. Thoy rodo thoir best; but they had miles to go, and tho red flames outran them. Colonel Brothertoft said not a word. Ho spurred on, and closo at his heels came tho troop, with tho firo shining on thoir corselets and gleaming in tho oyes of their horses. Safe! Yes; tho houso might go for his dear wifo was safe, and his dear Bon, his littlo namesako Edwin, was safo in her arms. Tho bravo lady, too, had beaten off the marauders. But fight firo as they would thoy could rescuo only ono anglo of tho mansion. That "curious new brlquofabriok, foursquare, with a turret at each corner, two good Courts, a flno Library and most romantick Wildor-nessa pleasant, noblo seat, worthio to bo noted by alio" so it is described in an itinerary of sixteen hundred and twenty had been made to bear tho penalty for its master's faith to freedom. "Thoro is no sorvico without suffering," ho quietly said as ho stood with tho fair Lucy, his wifo, after sunriso beforo tho smoking rnins. Ho looked west over tho groen upl nds of his manor, and east over his broad acres of fonny land, billowy with rank grass, and all tho beloved scono seemed strange and unlovely to him. Even tho throe beautiful towers of Lincoln cathedral full in viow, his old companions and monitors, now emphasized tho devastation of his homo. Ho could not dally with regrots. Thero was still work for him nnd tho Brothertoft horses to do. Ho mnst leavo his wifo well guarded and gallop back. So thero was a parting and a group-f- air wifo, tho dovoted soldier, tho white . charger, and tho child awakened to say goodby, and scared at his father's glint- -' ing corsolet a group such as a painter o, ej sad colors, only frippery ts tlio modol To prison stout John Bunyan; to ofilco slight Sam Popysl To your blind study, John Milton, and indlto "Paradiso Lost;" to Whitehall, John Wiltnot, Earl of Rochostor, and scribblo your poem, "Nothing!" Yes; go Bigotry, your jackboots smell unsavory; enter Prelacy in fino linen and pcrfumol Procul, O prooul, Llbortast for, alas! English knees bend to tho king's mistress and English voices swear, "Tho king can do no wrong." Boom sullenly, Great Tom of Lincoln, tho dirgo of freedom t Ring solemnly, Groat Tom of Lincoln, to Colonol Brothertoft tho stern command rovivod. Syllablo ngain along tho west wind tho sontouco of oxilo: Westward hoi A cow homo across tho bom! seventeen .hunIt was when ho saw homo dred and ngain. A bleak prospect. Tho rivor was black ico. Dundorborg and tho Highlands wero chilly with snow. Tho boach trcc3 woro their dead leaves in forlorn pro-toagainst tho wintor timo. Tho dilapidated manor houso publishod tho faded fortunes of its tonants. "Tonanta at will," so said tho father to his son in tho parlor whoro Vandyck's picture presided. "Whose will?" Edwin asked. "Colonol Billop's." "Tho niirao is now to mo." "Ho is a half pay officer and contractor a hard, cruol man. Ho has mado a great fortuno, as such men mako fortunes." "Will his mothod suit mo, father? Yon know I havo mino to mako." 'Hardly. J am afraid you could not trndo with tho Indians a handful of beads for a beaver skin, a 'big drunk' for a balo of thom." "I am afraid not." "I fear your conscience is too tondor to lot you put off beef thnt onco galloped nndor tho saddlo to feed troops." "Yes; and I lovo horses too much to encourage hlpiwphagy." fifty-sevest ox-ar- dampsltulf , nnd thon walked up to tho manor houso for a si ico of tho funeral baked meats nnd u libation' to tho memory of tho defunct. A black servant carved and uncorked for them. Ho hnd the grand air, and wielded knifo and corkscrew with dignity. Voltaire tho gcntlomon callod him. Ho soemod proud to boar tho name of that eminent dostractivo. Tho guests ato thoir fat and lean with good appotito. Thon thoy touched glasses and sighed ovor anothor of their order year to suo Ids son gO nfool; Rido tho maro down, anyhow. Sho don't get motion enough, now that I'm too heavy for hor, bein sovontcou stono thrco pound and a quarter with my coat off." A PREMIUM FOR -- TO VERY SUBSCRIBER! loves. Tho colonel boro westward to cross tho line of march of tho parliamentary army, and by and by, as ho drew near the throo towers of Lincoln, thoy began to talk to him by Groat Tom, tho bell. "The king's people have attacked the j manor house" ' From his youth up tho Great Tom of Lincoln, then in full swing and full roar, had aroused, warned, calmed and comforted him, singing to him, along tho woet wind, pious chants, merry graceful madrigals, stirring lyrics, more than could bo ropeatod, oven "if all tho geoso in Lincoln's fens produced spontaneous woll made pens," and ovory pen woro a writor of poetry and music. Today Great Tom had but one verso to ropoat: , Westward hoi A now homo across tho seas. This was its stern command to tho Puritan colonol, saddened by tho harm and cruelty of war. i "Yos, my old oracle," ho replied; "if wo fall, if vro loso liberty hero, I will oboy and sock it in tho Now World." ' For a timo it soomod that thoy had not failed. England bocamo a commonwealth. Brothortoft rotnrnod in pcaoo to his dismantled homo. Its anciont splendors could novor bo rostorod. Threo-fourth- s of tho patriot's ostato were gone. "Ho was loo generous Wro-quir- o back from his party in its success what ho had frankly given for tho nation's weal, He lived quiotly and sparingly. His solo extravagance was that, as a monumont of bygono grandour, ho commissioned Sir Anthony Vandyck to paint bim his 'wife, his boy and tho whito charger, as thoy stood grouped for the parting tho morning of the firo. 8b green ivy covered tho ruins and for years Great Tom of Lincoln nover renewed ita sentence of exile. Time passed. Kingly Oliver died. There was bo protector blood in gentle Eiohtpd Cromwell. He eould not wield the land. "So for oftvallersl hey for cavaliers!" In came the xnerrio monarch. Out Puritans and in Nell G wynn I Away and in Out orpp-ear- a love-looks! Every day tho nation cringod basor nnd baser. Evory day tho groat boll, from its station high abovo nil tho land, shoutod moro vohomontly to tho lord of Brothertoft manor to shako 'tho dust from his foot and withdraw himsolf from among a peoplo grown utterly dastard. His young hopos woro perished. His old associates woro slain or sllonced. Ho would go. And just at this moment, when in sixteen hundred and sixtyfivo nil freo-dowas doad in England, Winthrop, "Tbttt Vestchcstcr may need a Brother- -' toft, a Lincolnshire did." of Connecticut, wroto to his friend "Could you look up men in dosperato at Brothertoft manori "Wo havo concircumstances and take thoir last penny quered tho provinco of New Netherlands. Tho land is goodlio, and thero is in usury?" "Is that his method?' a great brave river running through tho "Certainly. And to crown all, conld midst of it. Sell thy manor, bring thy peoplo nnd como to us. Wo need theo you seduco your friend into n promising nnd the like of theo in our now commu- job, mako tho trustful fool responsible nities. Wo havo brawn enow and much for tho losses, nnd when thoy camo godlinosso and singing of psalms; but supply him moans to pay them, receiv gentlemen and gontlowomon bo few ing a ruinous mortgago as security? This is what ho has dono to mo. Do any among us." of theso mothods suit my sonr asked So farowoll to England. Colonel Brothertoft was rocoived with tho older, with a gontlomnn's scorn. "Meanness and nvarico are new to duo distinction by Governor Nicolls and Mayor Willet. Old Peter Stuyvcsant mo," tho junior rojoined, with a gentle"Can a fortuno so was almost consolod that Hollanders man's indignation. wero sent to their Bouwcrios to smoko mado profit a man?"' "Billop will not enjoy it He is dying and grow stolid, if such mon as this newcomer wero to succeed thom in too. His heirs will take possession, as mino retire." power. Edwin could not think thus coolly of Tho colonel explored that "great bravo rivor" which Connecticut Winthrop had his father's death. To check tears he celebratod in his lettor. Its beautiful i wont on with his queries. "Ho has heirs, thon, our unonvinble valley was "all beforo him, whoio to Buccessor?" choose." Dutch land patents wero plon-teo"Ono child, heir or hoiress; I do not in market as villa sites aftor a modern panic. Crown grants wero to romember which." "Heir or heiress, I hopo tho now ton-nbo had from tho now proprietary almost will keep tho old place in order until for tho asking. The lord of old Brothortoft manor se- I can win it back for you, father." "It cheers mo greatly, my dear son," lected his square leagues for tho new manor of Brothertoft nt tho upper end of said the father, with a smile On his worn, Westchester county, bordering upon tho desponding face, "to find thnt you are Highlands of tho Hudson. A fow pio- not crushed ly my avowal of poverty." "Tho thought of work oxhilaratesme," neer Dutchmen Do Witts, Van Warts Canadys wero already colonized tho younger proudly returned. and "WoBrothertofts havo always neoded there. His Lincolnshire followers soon found their places, but thoy camo from the good of necessity," said tho sonior in tho fens, and did not lovo tho hills, and apology for himsolf and his race. "Now, then, necessity shall mako us most of thom in timo dispersed to tho acquainted with success. I will win it. country. flatter Tho now proprietor's wealth was con- You shall share it." "In tho spirit, not in tho body. But siderable for America. Ho somewhat diminished it by reproducing, as well as wo will not speak of that Whoro will colonial workmen could do, that corner yon seek your success hero or there?" Ho pointed to Vandyck's group of tho of tho old manor houso untouched by tho firo. It grew up a strango exotic, patliamentnry colonol nnd his family. this fino mansion, in tho beautiful wil- Tho forefather looked kindly down derness. Tho "curious fabrick" of littlo upon his descendants. Each of them imported bricks, with its peaked turret, closely resembled that mild, heroic genits quaint gables, its square bay win- tleman. "Here or in tho land of our ancestors?" dow and grand porch, showed incongruously at first among tho stumps of a tho father continued. "Your generation has tho choice No othor will. These clearing. And there the exiled gentleman tried dull, deboshed Hanoverians on tho to live an exotic life. Ho bestowed about throne of England will crowd us to revohim tho furniture of old Brothertoft lution, as tho Stuarts did tho mother manor. Ho hung his Vandyck on tho country," "Then Westchester may need a wall. Ho laid his presentation copy of Mr. John Milton's new poem, "Paradise Brothertoft, as Lincolnshire did," cries Edwin ardently. His faco flushod, his Lost," on tho tabic Tho founder of Brothortoft manor oyo kindled, it seemed as if tho colonel, died, and a second Edwin, tho young in tho vigor of youth, had stopped down Astyanax of Vandyck's picture, becamo from the canvas. His father was thrilled. A life could tho patroon. A third Edwin succeodod him, a not namoitsolf v as tod which had passed fourth followed, and in seventeen hun- to such a son. not bo visionary, my boy," "But lot us tho fifth Edwin dred and thirty-si- x Brothortoft was born. Ho was an only ho wont on moro quietly and with weak doubts of tho wisdom of enthusiasm. child, liko each of his forefathers. Tho Brothertoft fortunes did not wax "England offors a brilliant caroor to ono on the now continent. Each gentle Ed- of your figure, your manners and your win transmitted to his heir tho manor talon ts. Our frionds there do not forget docked of a fow moro square miles, the us, as you know, for all our century of mansion a littlo moro dilapidated, tho rustication hero. When I am gone and furniture moro worn and broken, tho tho manor is gono you will not havo ono single tio of proporty or person in name a littlo less significant in tho pushAmerica." ing world of the provinco. "I lovo England," said Edwin, "I love But each Edwin, with tho sword nnd portrait of the first American, handed Oxford. Tho history, romance and tho down tho still moro precious heirlooms hopo of England are all packed into of tho family honor unblemished, that grand old caskot of loarning, but" and he turned toward tho portrait qnick sympathies, a lendor hoart, a generous hand, refinement, courtesy in "tho colonol embarked us on tho contshort, all tho qualities of mind and por-so- n inent Ho would frown if wo gavo up o tho groat ship and took to tho littlo that go "to graco a gentleman." again." It becamo tho ofilco of each to be tho Clearly tho young gentleman was not typo gontlcnian of his timo. Anglicizod. PART ONE CHAPTER H. Tho first mild winds of March rqoltod Edwin Brothertoft, fifth of that name, tho snow from tho old graveyard of had been two years at Oxford toiling at Brothortoft manor on a mount overlooktho pcacoful tasks and dreaming tho fair ing tho river. Thero was but a little drift to scrapo away from tho vault door dreams of a young scholar. It was tho fashion of that timo to send whon they camo to lay Edwin Brothoryoung mon of proporty to bo oducatod toft, fourth of that name, by tho sido of his ancestors. and Anglicized in England. Bushwhackors and backwoodsmen tho PART ONE CHAPTER HI, now continont trained to perfection. Most of tho colonists know that two and two raako four, antl could put this and that together. But loro, classic or othor heavy loro out of tomos was not to bo had short of tho old country. Tho Massachusetts and Connecticut mills, Harvard and Yalo, turned out a light nrtiole of domostio lore, creditable enough consideringtholr inforior facilities for manufacture; tho hoavy British stuff was much proforrod by thoso who could afford to import it. Edwin wont to bo Anglicized. Destiny meant that ho should not bo. His lif o at Oxford came to a sharp end. Hia father wroto: "My son, I am dying the early death of a Brothertoft. I havo boon foolish enough to loso ho last o of our fortune. Oomo home and mol" Boautiful Oxford! Fair spires and "A g!a to W" cried thepropotcr. towers and dreamy cloisters, dusky Four great Patroona came to honor chapels and rich old balls, green gardens, overlooked by lovely oriels, high avenues their peer's funeral. Theso were Van Cortlandt, Phillipse of elms for quiet contemplation comBeverley Robinson, panionship of earnest minds a life of with his simple rules and struggles without pain from the neighborhood, and Livingston how hard it was for the young man to from above the Hlghkads. They saw their .old friend's coffin to its leave all this! nt pin-nacfor-givson-in-la- is lr Edwin's prido molted under this loyalty. "I will rido her then, Sam, and thank you. And give me a luck penny out of tho bag." "You'll not tako tho wholo?" ploadod Galsworthy. No. And whon the root doctor heard gono. "Tho proporty is nil eaton up with this ho stood Hendrecus Canady junior mortgages, I hoar," says Phillipse, with inarecoptivo position nnd dosod him with a bolus of wisdom, as follows: an appropriate doleful tone. "Men is divided into throo factions. "Billop swallows tho wholo, the infernal usurerl" Van Cortlandt rejoined, Thoni that grabs their chances. Them looking lugubriously nt his follows and that chucks away thoir chances. And thom that lets their chances slide. Tho then cheerfully nt his glass. Brothertofts havo allnz ben of tho lottin "Ho's too far gono to swallow anything. Tho dovil has probably got him slide faction. This ono has jined tho by this time. Ho was dying throo days Chuckln Aways. He'll nover como to nothin. You just swnllor that remark, ago," said Bevorloy Robinson. "Handsomo Jano Billop will boonr my son, nnd keep a digcstln of it, if you great hoiress," Livingston in turn re- want to come to nnything yourself." Next morning Edwin took leavo of marked. "Lot your daughters look to homo, and sorrowfully rodo away. their laurels, Phillipse!" A harsh, loud March wind chased "My daughters, sir, do not entor tho him, blowing Harriot Heriot's tall lists with such peoplo." her legs. Tho omons woro bad. "Como, gontlcinon," jolly Van CortBut whon, early tho second morning, landt interjected, "anothor glass, and good luck to our young friond horo! I tho orphan crossed King's bridgo, and wish ho would join us; but I supposo tho trod tho island of his new career, a Gulf poor boy must havo out his cry alono. stream wind, smelling of bananas and What can we do for hhn? Wo must sounding of palm loavos, mot him, breathing wclcoino nnd succoss. stand by our order." "I begin to havo somo faith in tho orPART ONE CHAPTER IV. der," says Livingston, "whon it produces such 'proux chevaliers' as ho. f What can wo do for him? Tako him for Phillipsol Tho second your lovely Mary is still hoart wholo, I believe. Our strapping young friend from Virginia, Master Goorgo Washington, has caracoled off, with a tear in his oyo and a flea in his ear. Slico off twenty or thirty thousand acres from your manor, mnrry theso young peoplo nnd set thom up. You aro too rich for our latitude and our era." Mr. Adolphus Philllpso was a slow coach. Tho other's banter teased him. "Mr. Livingston," ho began, swelling and growing red. "Como, gentleman," cries Van Cortlandt, paoificator, "I havo a capital plan for young Brothortoft." "What?" omnes inquire. "Ho must marry Jano Billop." "Ay, ho must marry Jano Billop," omnes rejoin. Both the young people were embarrassed for a moment. "A glass to it!" criod the proposer. Handsomo Jano Billop want"Glasses round!" tho seconders echo, ed a husband. with subdued enthusiasm. Sho looked into tho glass and saw "A beautyl" says Van Cortlandt, beauty. Into tho schedules of her faclinking with Phillipse. "An heiress!" says Phillipse, clinking ther's will and saw heiress. Sho determined to throw her on. , as soon as sho could discover "An orphan and only child!" says Robinson, touching glasses with his tho rigljt person to pick it up. "Ho must belong to a great family, neighbor. thought tho young lady. "Ho must "Sweet sixteen!" says Livingston, blowing a kiss, and completing tho cir-cl- o promiso mo to be a great man. Ho must lovo mo to distraction. I hato tho of clink. Theso jolly boys, old nnd young, were namo of Billop! I should look lovely in of a tribo on its way to extinction, with a wedding dress!" Sho was very young, very premature, tho painted sagamores of tribes beforo mothcrloss, tho daughter and companthom. First camo the red nomad striding over tho continent. In timo followed ion of a coarse man who had basely tho great patroon, sprawling over all mado a great fortuno. Rich rogue3 altho acres of a county. Finally arrives ways fancy that their children will intho unembarrassed gontlemnn of our herit only tho wealth and none of the timo, nomnd in youtlvsottler at maturBin. They nro shocked when tho paterity, but bound to no spot and cribbed in nal baso motal crops out at some now no habitation; and always packed "to vein in their progeny. Botter not movo, with a brain full of wits and a nnd oppress, papa, if you wish pocket full of coupons. your daughters to bo pure and your sons Tho four proprietors finished their honest! Colonel Billop did not livo to libations and sent for Edwin to say know what kind of an hoiress ho and goodby. His deep grief mado any sughis merciloss nvarico had fathcrod. gestion of their marriago schomo an "I must seo this young Brothertoft," Jano's roverio continued. "Poor fellow, Jolly Van Cortlandt longed to lay his I havo got all his property! Mr. Skaats hand kindly on tho young man'sshoul-do- r says ho Is a very distinguished young and say: "Don't griovo, my boy! gentleman, and will bo ono of tho first 'Omnes mortar,' as wo used to say at men of tho province. Handsomo, too, school. Como, lot mo toll you about a and knows lords and ladies in England! happy marriago we've planned for you!" Lot mo seo! I cannot meet him anyIndeed, ho did arrange this little where bo soon after tho funeral. But speech in his mind, and consulted Livhe might call on mo about business. I ingston on its delivery. feel so lonely and solemn! And I do not "Let him alono!" said that magister seem to havo any frionds. Everybody morum. "You know as much of lovo courts mo for my monoy, nnd yet thoy as of Latin. The match is clearly mado look down upon mo, too, because my in heaven. It will tako caro of itself. father mado his own fortuno." Ho shall havo my good word with tho Colonel Billop hnd taken much pains lady and whorevor olso he wants it. I to teach his daughter business habits love a gontloman." and instruct her in nil tho details of "So do I, naturally," Van says, and management of property. ho gavo tho youth honored with this fair Sho sat down at her desk, and in a title a cordial invitation to his manor. bold round hand indited tho following Tho othors also offered their houses, noto: hearths and hearts sincerely, and thon "Mr. Skaats, Miss Billop's agent, begs mounted and rodo off on their several that Mr. Brothertoft will do him tho faprosperous and cheerful ways. vor to call at tho houso in Wall stroot The lonely houso grow drearier and tomorrow at oloven. Mr. Skaats is indrearier. formed that thero is a picture at tho "Colonol Billop," wroto Mr. Sknnts, manor houso which Mr. Brothertoft his agent and exocntor, "has been re- values, and ho would bo pleased to make moved by an all wise Providence Under arrangoment for tho lato ownor's retaintho presont circumstances, Mr. Brothering it." toft, I do not wish to disturb you. But Skillful Jano! to whom n Vandyck I should bo glad to take possession at the was less worth than its length nnd manor at your earliest convenience. breadth in broendo. Sho scaled this noto Respectfully, etc., Skorvoy Skaats." with Colonel Billop's frank motto, "Por Everything, oven thopricoloss portrait omnia ad opes," and dispatched it. of tho Pnritan colonol, was covered by Edwin was delighted nt tho prospect tho mortgages. Avorico had licked of recovering his ancestor. It is a mighty thom all over with its slime and gaped infiuenco when tho portrait of a noble to bolt tho wholo at a meal. forefathor puts its oyo on ono who wears Edwin did not wish to too a Skorvey his name, and says, by tho languago of Skaats nt work swallowing tho family an unchanging look: "I was n Radical hoirlooms. He invited Squlro Dowitt to in my day; bo thou tho samo in thinol I act for him with tho now proprietor's turned my back upon tho old tyrannios representative. and horesies, and struck for tho now libNow York by that timo had become a erties and boliofs; my liberty and belief thriving littlo town. The silt of tho aro doubtless already tyranny and horesy stream of corn that flowed down the to thino age; strike thou for tho new! I Hudson was enriching it Edwin had worshiped tho purest God of my generabravo hopos of making at least his daily tion it may bo that a purer God is broad thoro with his brains or.his hands, to thino; worship him with thy Whilo he was preparing to go old wholo heart." Sam Galsworth appeared with a bag of Such a monitor is priceless. Edwin guineas and a fine whito mare of the was in a very grateful mood whon ho famous Lincolnshire stock such a maro knocked at tho door in Wall street as Colonol Brothortoft usod to rido, and to he continued. Prince Rupert's men to run from. "Squiro Dowitt told mo you wore 0. N. Eogors, trudgo to York-,- " said Sam. Of Adams, N. Y., ato nothing but dry "I was," replied tho orphan; "my logs bread for three years on account of that will tako mo there finoly." "It was in my leaso," said Sam, "to torribla disease, Dyspepsia. Ho (states pay a maro colt ovory year ovor and that ho was entirely cured by Dr. Halo's Household Tea and ran now cat anything. above my rent, besides a maro for nharriot whonover tho now This greatest racdicino known is sold heir camo in." nt 25 and 5o conts per package at Short "Horiot, I supposo you mean, Bam." & Hnynes. "Wo call om horiota whon thoy'ro horses, and harriots when they're mares. Well, your father wouldn't tako tho colts sinco twolvo year. Ho said ho was agin tribute, and struck the colts and Headquarters for tho harriots all out of my leaso. So I put tho prico of a colt aside for him evory year in case hard timos como. Thore's twelve colts in this buckskin Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich bag, nnd this maro is tho token that I Grain igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil count you tho rightful owner of my farm and tho wholo manor. I'vo changed by the Barrel, Plastor Hair, hor namo to Harriet, bein one. She's a & stopper, as any man can boo with half a blinker. Tho dollars and tho beast is Brick, Flow Handles, Fine Flooring alyoum, Mister Edwin." . ways kept on hand. Orders acEdwin shook his hoad. "Yon are very kind, Sam; but I am my father's companied by cash prompt son and against tribute in any form," ly ailed. "I haven't loved your fathor .forty son-in-la- THE- - BRECKENRIBGE NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to our Paid - In - Advance Subscribers. Wo havo just bought from a largo wholesalo Jewelry house, a lot cf fine tripplo plaited jewelry, to bo distributed without regard to cost to our subscribers, who pay up to date and ono year in advance, and to every now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. Wo havo numbered every articlo in the list, amounting to Boveral hundred pieces and they will bo sent out to thoso entitlod to them in the order in which tho subscriptions aro received. Tho jewelry is mado from tho best rolled gold plate and is warranted for fivo years. Any article that does not givo reasonable satisfaction, can bo returned and wo will repair or forward a new duplicate article in its place. Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies' Pins, CharmB and Lockets, Finger Rings, Gents' Chains, Ladies' Chains, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., amounting to over $200 for tho jowelry alono, boBidos other articles of Merchendise. Tho amount is only limited by tho number of subscribers received. Ear-ring- s, Ik A$ hand-kcrchi- . to increase our subscription list. Wo want to put the News into every home in Breckenridgo and Meade counties, and we aro willing to givo up somo of our hard earned dollars to do it Tho first perBon sending ub a dollar will get tho first articlo numbered in tho list below, tho next tho secondarticlo, and so on through tho entire list. If you aro already a subscriber examino tho label on your paper and seo how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough money to pay you up to date and ono year in advanco, and this will entitle you to ono of our premiums. Tho premiums range in prico from 25 cents to 820. What wo want iB Xj-ulcIs- st ZFeople. : Tho following persons havo already received valuablo prizes lo W. D. Coleman, Weldon, Ky., Ono Gent's Gold Chain, price $4.00 W. R. Moorman, Planter's Hall, Ky., One Lady's Brooch, prico $1.00. Marcus Kincheloe, HardinBburg, Ky., Ono Life of Garfield, prico $1.00 s, $1.00. Chas. Anderson, Guston, Ky., Ono pair Lady's Gold J. M. Hook, Hardinsburg, Ky., Ono Gent's Gold Ring, $1.00. W. H. Richardson, Louisville, Ky., Ono Riding Bridle, $1.00. Mrs. Sarah J. Furrow, Cloverport, Ky., Ono Gent'sSaddle, $2.50. It was just what her husband wanted. E. T. Drano, Hudson, Ky., Ono WebBter's Dictionery, $1.50. A. C. Glascock, McDaniels, Ky., One pair Lady's Gold Bracelets, $4.50 G. D. Glascock, McDaniels, Ky., Ono Monarch Shirt, $1.00. but Many other premiums of different values have been Tho list continues space prevents us from giving a further list. good. Ear-ring- sentit, PRRMIUM LISO?. 2355 2350 Ono Gents' Brilliant Scarf Pin in gold sotting, given by SHORT & HAYNES, The Druggist given by FRANK HASWELL, The Jewelery, Ono pair Gold Enr-ring- s, 100 50 25 15 25 Hardinsburg, Ky 2357 Ono Book, Hunting in tho West, by G. O. Shields, paper 2358 Ono Lady's Gold Collar Button 2359 One Gent's Gold Collar Button 2300 Ono Lady's Corset, given by BEARD $. BEELER, Merchants and Drug- go-Ing- GREGORY & CO,, Reapers and Mowers, 1 25 gists, Hardinsburg, Ky 20 2301 Ono Gent's Soar! Tin with beautiful set 25 2302 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin 2303 Ono Lamp, given by S. A. HAFFEY & CO., Dry Gsods Herohants, 50 Hardinsburg, Ky 25 2304 Ono book, Tluilling Scenes, by T. M. Neweora, paper 25 2305 Ono Gent's Collar Button 25 2300 Ono Lady's Collar Button 30 2307 Ono Lady's Silver Thimblo 2308 Ono pair Lady's Gold Cuff Buttons with pin aud chain, raised given by T. C. LEWIS, Jeweler and Watch repairer, Har1 00 dinsburg, Ky 25 2300 Ono book, Tho Scout, by W. G. Simms, paper 2370-O- no 50 Gent's Scarf Pin 25 2371 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin 20 : 2372 Ono Gent's Scarf Tin 23 2373 One Book, Undo Tom's Cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowo, paper 25 2374 Ono Gent's Collar Button 15 2375 Ono Lady's Collar Button 2370 Ono Cuff Box, leather, given by B. F. BEARD & CO., Generrl Mer1 00 chants, Hardinsburg, Ky 25 2377 Ono book, Monsieur LeCoq, by Emile Gaborian, paper 25 2378 Ono book, The Englishman of tho Ituo Cain, by II. T. "Wood 2370 Ono Pair Gold Cuff Buttons, given by WITT &. MEADOR, Merchants 50 and Druggists, Hardinsburg, Ky 15 2380 Ono Gent's Collar Button 20 2381 Ono Gent's Collar Button 25 2382 Ono Gent's Collar Button 16 2383 Ono Lady's Collar Button 20 2384 Ono Lndy's Collar Button 25 2385 Ono Lady's Collar Button 1 00 2380-- 10 Applo Trees from HIGHLAND NURSERY, Clovorport, Ky 25 2387 Ono Novel, Hor Desperate Victory, by Mrs. Payno, paper 25 2388 Ono Gent's Gold Collar Button 20 2389 Ono Novel, Tho Scout, by W. Gilmoro Simms, papor 25 2300 Ono Novol, Stranded, A Story of tho Garden City 2301 Ono Gent's Whito Shirt, given by HARDIN & BROWN, Fancy Grocers 100 and Gent's Furnishings, Hardinsburg, Ky 25 2302 Ono Lady'B Gold Collar Button 25 2303 Ono Novel, Tho Dovila Dio, by Grant Allen, papor.'. 25 2394 Ono Gont's Gold Collar Button 50 2395 Ono Lady's Silver Thimblo 2390 Ono "Tho Hoosier School Master," cloth bound, giveu by ALEXANDER & PILE, General Merchants, Custer, Ky., mnlled at onco to tho 125 party who is entitled to it by tho donors. Ed. Prico 25 2307 Ono Novel, Hunting in tho West, by Geo. Shields 50 . 2308 Ono Box (thrco cakes) super Tripplo Scented Toilet Soap 25 2300 Ono Gospol Hymns and Sacred Songs A plain, practlcsl and roliablo guido to tho 2400 Our FamllyThysian. Detection and Treatment of Diseases common to this country. -- J5 00 ninth bound. Prico orna-monts, m , Fine Poplar Shingles This list will bo continued in our noxt. follow. Moro Got VNO. D. BABBAGE, PLO y , t4llaialWliLl.MsMLWlWB.llMlllMl. Breckenridge News. The Nowsom Divorco Case. KlilTOH HllKCKKNKIIKJK NtWHI III tllO THURSDAY, NOVKMHKll 10, 18!'. ninttur of Annie L. Nowsom against 11. L. Nowsom for divorce ami nllniDiiy.tlio writer has, as io thinks, tip to tills time innintnincd n commciiilablo silence, not- withstanding tho many unjust attacks made upon him through tlio medium of tlio prufwuiul otlierwiso. And ns so tunny tiilKHtfltcinonU hnvu reached tho public ear, it may not bo unbecoming in him to tnnko n statement in his own behalf, and to do so without error ho may bo pardoned for simply submitting tho "Opinion" of tlio court, without comment, and letting n discriminating public bo tho judge of tho merits or demerits of tlio case. Respectfully submitted, 11. GRAND Announcement Extrachar-tcrc- AUTUMN EXCURSION Fare In Cash. ! An Invitation to the Citizens of Cloverport and Surrounding Country. THE MAMMOTH'S SPECIAL OPERA TRAIN To Louisville, Saturday, Nov. 12, 1892, and Complimentary Tickets to the Opera Matinee, or the Splendid Chrysan- We Pay Back Your As this I the season of the year when everybody Is linking Fall purchases wc give our friends an opportunity to save their entire fare. On purchasing Ijj dollars worth of good or over we will return in cash the full amount of the exd cursion ticket from any point on the or Intermediate points; Sjo worth or over, we return full amount of fates as high a ft; o worth or over, we return full amountof fare ns'hlgh aa i, and f 10 worth or over, we return full fare aa high as f I. The purchases may be made In one department or part In one and part In another department. This applies to excursion rate only, ns printed In another column of thl advertisement. Ladies' Shoes Take Klevator, left side. Misses' Shoes Elevator to second floor. Children's Shoes Elevator or center stairway. Children's Clothing Elevator to second floor. Boy's and youth's Clothing Elevator or stairway. Men's Overcoat Pirst floor, left. Men's Clothing t.eft-tlilaisle, first floor. Men's Fine Clothing Elevator to second floor Hats for Men, Boys and Children First floor. Shoes for men and boys Rear first floor. Umbrella nnd canes (tight aisle, trout. Neckwear Ccnttal aisle, both sides. Shirts (Dress nnd Night) Central aisle, left. Underwear and Jackets Central rIsIc. General Furnishing Goods Central aisle. rate-carc ordinary. SIMONSON reKI.KINHANS d spectfully announce that specially will be run ocr all the leading line train of railroad, reaching Iniltvlllc on Saturday, Nor. nth. cxcluilvcly to bring their friend to town. The tralna will be run under the Immediate composed direction of our Mr. Karl, and will be conches only, with courteous attenof dants. To gle our friends perfect serlce the number of excursionists that can be brought from any one town must be known In fcdvance and tickets purchased by mall Immediately. They will not be for sale at the stations and can be purchased direct from us only In order to nny ovcrcrowdlngof the tralnsor over Issue of Auditorium or Chr)s.inthemum show tickets. Should you rcipilre extra excursion tickets for a party of friends, please remit the amount when and jou send for your own ticket, to avoid delay, free matinee or Chrysanthemum show tickets nnd time cards will be forwarded promptly. Hemll money for excursion tickets wllhln live e money days, cither by express, or order, or registered letter, or ask your stations agent to remit for you. Address all coinmunlca-lionand make remittances payable to Klclnhans Clothing Co., Si Slmonson, Mammoth Shoe and to 4 West Market Street, !.oulsvllle, Ky. i'1 (Int-clapre-vepost-offic- L. Nkwhom. themum Show and Floral Exhibition. OF THE Moro Fortunato Ones. Tho premiums offered with tho Nkws continue to go. Since our last issuo tho following persons have reMrs. John ceived valuable prizes: Frnkes, Urandenburg, ono pair of gold eutl buttons, value, $2, given by Smart A Co. They were very handsome. Mrs. Seifricd, this city, ono iockct knife, value, 50c., given by I'ayno A Co. Elvin French, Union Star, one scarf, value, 50c., given by Vest A Sons. A. A. LnllciBt, this city, ono book, "Model Homes," showing a variety of designs for model dwellings, value, $1,00. Dr. K. O. I'ullian, Leltchfiold, u former Ureckcnridgo countyian, one box (&") clgarcs, given by tho Clovcrport Cigar Factory, value, $1,'J5. W. 1). Smith, Wolf Creek, ono set of gent's gold studs, value, $1,00, given by F. N. Delluy, tho jeweler. Mrs. Fanny Hoard, (inrflulil, one lady's hat, value, $1,50, given by Mrs. II. V. Duncan, the milliner. T. C. Dyer, Lost Hun, ono lady's embroidered handkerchief, given by How-mc- r A Hambleton. I). Stewart Miller, Deanfield, jiic gent's scarf pin, value $1,00, given by Short A llayncs, druggist and jewelers. C. I). Temple, Cloverport, one pair of value, 50c, given by Frank gold I laswell, jeweler, HardiiiBburg, Ky. J. It. Wntlington, Union Star, one lady's corset, value, $1.-- 5, given by Heard A Heeler, merchants and druggists, Ky. Gus Heuliam, Wclilon, one lump, value, 50c., given by S. A. Unlfcy A Co., merchants, Ifardinsburg, Ky. Ilm:cK-KNitiiKu: ear-ring- Nothing so distressing as n burking cough. Nothing so foolish as to suffer from it. Nothing so dangerous if allowed to continue. Ono Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief. Short A llayues CloverjKirt, and Heard A Heeler, Hardins burg, Ky. AL' Sil-fj- k; ft n -'( jWi strive V' s I W "M . y.m w wksv M , my'ir C' . '.jj: 7-v i jii-- 'CI, V x A k Rev. H. T. Lampton. II. T. Impton was born in Nelson county, Ky., January 20, 1811. His parents moved, while lie was an infant, into Ureckcnridgo county and settled on Hough creek. During his childhood days there were neither churches or schools in this neighborhood, and lie was solely dependent upon the instructions of a pious and educated mother for his education. All told, ho never attended a school three months in his life. When eighteen years of ago lie professed religion and joined the Methodist church, there being a church of no other denomination in that section at the time. About forty years ago lie experienced a change of convictions and witlidrewfrom tlio Methodists and joined the Hnptists. Previous to that time he had commenced preaching and has kept It up ever since, which is now more than fifty years. His field of labor has been in Southern Kentucky, with the exception of tlio last n years, during which time it has been in Southern Iiidiua. Father Lampion, as he is now usually called, has been an earnest worker in the cause of religion, lias n largo circle of acquaintances, and is greatly beloved by all who over knew him. His homo is now nt Hockport, Spencer county, Indiana. Success in everything depends largely upon good health. Do Witt's I.lttlo Kar-- y Itisera are little health producing pills. Seo tho j)olnt7 Then take nn "Karly Itiser." Short A 1 lay tics, Cloverport, and Heard A Heeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. "He needn't look at me and tell me I am courting Mr Edwin Brothertoft," she aald to herself. "I know I am and I mean to have him. He la lovely; but I almost hate He makes me feel Ignorant and him. coarse and mean, I don't want to be the kind of woman he has been talking to with that deferential address. Out I suppose this elegant manner Is all put on, and he is really Just like other people. He seems to be pretty confident of carrying the world before him. We shall be the great people of the province." Jane Jlilfop in the Slonj of Jidwin HnXherloft, note running in thi$ pajtrr. Rheumatism and catarrh, causod by impoverished blood, cured by Ayer'a Bflreaparilla. llrtclenrulge Circuit Court: Annie L. Nowsom "I 1'lnintiff. Against Opinion. J It. L. Nowsom. Defendant. "That thcro exists and for many years has existed a very bad state of affairs in tlio homo and family of tho parties to this suit, there can bo no doubt, and whilst 1 am satisfied that the wife has, without sulllcient cause, suffered herself to harbor unjust and unfounded suspicions of inlldellty on tlio part of her husband, I am also satisfied that his behavior towards Iter has not at all times been of that forbearing and forgiving character that should characterize a strong robust man towards a weak, suspicious and jealous woman. It appears that the plaintiff is of a suspicious and jealous disposition, and slio lias suffered this trait of her chnracter to predominate and control her mind until every net of her husband would ho tortured into criminality and even of her own sex, good and virtuous women of her town, have been tho victims of her diseased and inflamed imagination. This weakness of tlio wife howeverwns known to tlio husband soon after their marrioge, and whilst the proof does not show that tho defendant has at any time purposely aggravated or excited this weakness of tho plaintiff, lie has not nt all times exercised as much forbearance as the marital obligations require of the stronger toward tho weaker vessel. Tlio allegations of the plaintiffs petition of cruel and inhuman treatment on the part of the defendant, nre not sustained by the proof. Hois shown to have become exasperated at times at her unjust charges of infidelity ns to (junrrel with her and to say things that were calculated to offend and wound a sensitive woman like the plaintiff, but nothing cam he held to he cruel and inhuman in tlio meaning of the law. I do not think there is any evidence in the record tending in the slightest degreo to prove any criminal intimacy on the part of the defendant with any of the women upon whom the suspicion of the plaintiff rented. It is contended however, that the fact that the plaintiir, although living in the same house and eating at the same table uitli her husband during the last three years of their married life, was neglected by her husband at the table he refused to speak to her or wait on her at the table unless lie was asked to do so, and that in a cold unfeeling manner. I know this is severe treatment, by a husband, of his wife, but tho explanation by the two daughters of tlie ilaintifl'and defendant is, that during these years slio seldom spoke to him except to upbraid him and that he found his only consolation in silence. This course no doubt wns better than indulging in recrimination of the wife or using abusive epithets that would only ho adding fuel to tlio already raging flame of discord. "A decree for divorco from bed and board should not be given to the wife for any cause, when she is in like fault of that complained of by her. The proof in this record shows conclusively that the wife was the prime mover in all the family jars that disturbed tho peace of that home, and as a consequence she is in no attitude before tho court to entitle her to tlio relief 'ought, and her petition for a divorce is dismissed. "The defendant has filed a Cross Petition setting up as a cause for divorce to him from the plaintiff tlio ground that ho and the plaintiir had lived separate and apart without cohabitation for more than five years. This is made n ground for divoice to both husband and wife. Whilst it is shown by tho evidence that during n portion of this time the plaintiff ami ocicnuaui occupied tlio same house and ate at the same table, yet they weio as absolutely living apart ns though they were in separate houses. There was dur ing all this time an entire estrangement lictweon tiiem no allmity no congeniality no conjugal relation in thought, word or deed. Tlio evidence of the two daughters proves that this condition had existed for more than five years before the tiling of tlio defendant's Cross Petition. Tho statute is dogmatic on this point when it appears by the proof that this condition exists and has continued for moro than five years. The parties nre each entitled to a divorce from tlio bonds of matrimony, and so the defendant's prayer for an absolute- divorce from the plaintiir issustnined and a decree will bo rendered accordingly. "Hut will this decree cutofrtho plaintiff from alimony from the estate of her former husband? It will not. It would Ik cruel, unmanly and inequitable for him to object or refuse to maintain her in her ohl age. She has been guilty of no legal wrong. She has all this time maintained u good character for virtue and general lady-lik- e detriment, nnd it would ho cruel now to deprive her of some of the earnings of her husband who has a good estate and a good income. She has no estate of her own except a small sum of money in bank ami two houses of small value In their present condition, and some household furniture left in the house by her husband. These atxl the money she has on hand, together with the household and kitchen furniture in tier dwelling house will be decreed to her free from the use or control of her husband the defendant, and in addition thereto, the defendant will lie required to pay her for her future support (luring her life or widowhood tho sum of dollnrs per year in nuarterly installment that is, to pay ono hundred dollars on the first day of November nnd one hundred dollars every three months thereafter. "The defendant is also adjudged to pay tlio costs of this suit Including an allowance of One Hundred dollars to N. Mc. Mercer tho attorney for tho plaintiff in this suit for his services herein. Hoth parties will be given exceptions to tlio Judgment and an appeal to the Court of Appeals. " In the matter of tho alimony hereto- fore allowed, no credit is allowed the defendant for any rents collected by thu plaintiff for tlio property owned by her." two-housFour-Hundr- THE LAST AND ONLY EXCURSION SEASON. The Satellites having determined to bold no treat demonstration tbli year, and there being no Fall Celebration, the railroads will run no autumn excursions, and the Mammoth Special Train will be the only way to visit Loulilllo at an excursion rate. The first tbouiand excunion tickets bought will carry with them a complimentary ticket 'to the celebrated Lillian Iluisell Opera Comtque Company' Saturday Matinee In the Auditorium, and with every other excursion tloket over tbs thouiand we will lend a complimentary ticket to tho Chrysanthemum 8how and Floral Kxhlbltlon at the Ltederkranx for the benefit of the Children' Free Hospital. Buy your ticket now and get a matinee ticket for the most celebrated operatic organisation traveling in the United State tbi seiunn. We regret that we cannot promise to retervo a test In either tho special train or the Auditorium unless the excursion ticket I bought within fire day of the luue of this paper, a the num ber I positively limited to 1,000 (not another teat can be bad at any price and the Indication are that the entire capacity of the train will be taken at nnce, so universal I the deilre to visit Lnulivllle at this particular eaion, not only to witness the greatest operatic attraction on the continent, but to do necessary fall shopping, 0AED OF EXCURSION RATES TO LOUISVILLE AND BETUBN. M 3 SO Henderson 3 00 Owemboro 2 2J llawesvlll 2 00 Cloverport Tbe rato from intermediate stations la the lame a the rate given for the sUtlon nearest to it In either direction. Positively no complimentary list. Uxcurslonlst will learn how to aavn their entire fair, however, by consulting the last column of this announcement. DCTSend for ticket immediately KLEINHANS & SIMONSON, MAMMOTH SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY 5 Market Street, between Fourth and Fifth, LOUISVILLE, KY. Our Business Increases. Tliu amount of business lono nt tlio I.., St. L. &T. kiot in tliis city for tlio month of October 18!)2 was ns follows : Freight forwarded - - - $1,37:1.11 Ticket sold received- - - - - lmmsmmsmmmm For the Best , - 2'41.5 $0,8W.OO Total is no had showing nnd it is tlio This largest amount ever done nt this ofllco " m0 f .; in one month. Sheriff's Sale. By virtuo of an order of ale directed to me which was Inued from tbe Clerk' offlco of the Jefferson Court of Common Flea. Plaintiff. J. Herliinan .V Co. ) Smoke Try The : :?335ffi&3(affi38iBB3 f Sbaplnsky .t HyinanJ ) Ilyman Broi., vh. Defendant. Plaintiff. Defendant. Plaintiff. Difendant. Shapinsky 8. Seldman VS i HyinsnJ Son X 24166 " Sbaplnsky .Mlym.nj and B between the hour of 8 o'clock, n. M., o'clock, p. in., at tbe Old Stune Store House of to V.Daniels, In Hardinsburg, Ky., xpo followPubllo Bale, to the Highest llldder. the much thereor a ing described property, or may be nccei.ary to ratlsfy the plaintiff debt, Interost and cost, A Stock of general Mtrchandle, consisting of Dry (Jood. (Jroeerle, Clothing, Hardware,u tore-rooOueeniware, and all other ttock In the of Slupliuky & Hyman, and being the at same properly which wa In tbe tore room the tlmo the attachment wa levied, at or near tbe mouth of Hock Llcb creek. In Breckenridge county, Ky. Also, all the stave being about 2U0.000, 1J0.O0U. and all hiadingi, being about and about Dlteen cords of heading blocks, on at tho .Mill Yard ol Sbaplnsky A Ilyman,Ureek-enrid- or near tho mouth of Hock Lick creek, Jn L og. county, Ky. Abo 32 Oak Saw on the Mill Yard near tbe mouth of Book Licit In creek, 40U Oak Saw Log , Hock Lick creek, at the mouth of and Hough creek, ir rive-said Hock Lick creek. Alio, one Saw Mill, 18th Day of November 1892, I, or one of my deputlei, will on the Havana Leaf:- - 10 Cent Clear, Havana filler, or the ; Natural Leaf : 'fifr'&w&rifiQifiwwiwPPIr&wffi 5 Cent, Engine, Saw., Belt, Fixture, Appliance, In Apparatuio, attached to the isms, iltuated the the county or Breckenrldgo, at or near mouth of Hock Lick creek. Tho tock of General Merchandise confuting or Dry Ooodi, Orocerle. Clothing, Hardware and Queeniware, (hall bo old as a whole. The Saw Mill, und Engine, Saw, Belt, Fixture, Appliance, Apparatus attached Ino Saw Mill, fhall be old a a whole. atavei, heading, cord of heading"., block and saw lug, ahull be (old In leparale parcel. After laid law mill and everything pertaining to the ame, and Hare, log and all other property, with the erceptUn or the Ueneral Merchandise, ha been sold In separate parhall cel, a heretofore named, thon the Sheriff gentell everything with the exception of the eral itock of Mercbandlie, a a whole, and If all of laid property with the exception of tho general Mercbandlie, as a whole, brings more money than It did In lepirato parcel, then the person bidding the highest price therefor ball recolve the same. All the rale under one hundred dollar, ihsll be cash, and all over that amount on a creditor i and 8 month. Purchater to execute bond or note, with two good turetie bearing Interest at 8 prrcentrrom tbedayof lal until paid. Amount to be railed $3,000,00. Said sale may bo rontlnucdor postponed from day to day, a aald Sheriff may direct. Levied upon aithe property of Shaplniky 3c Hyman. Tbli Nov. 4th, 1892. J. S. DiJi:ilNETTE,S.D.O. Florida Filler. The best cigars made. Manufactured by the tolu Oloverport Oigar Oompany, J. SAMPLE. M. BELL, Proprietor, T., CIlLaO-VIEKIFOE- 3K"S". BffiffigBSBSBflJI LMSMl When j Thanksgiving sm News items nro senrco. Mins Loin Roberta nnd Mr.Sunfonl Wliit-wort- h Are You in the Ring? Wv fi A k "VkYN For lame back there is nothing better than to saturate a flannel cloth with Chamberlain's Pain Halm and bind it on tho affected parts. Try it and you will bo surprised nt tho prompt relief It affords. Tho same treatment will euro like good rheumatism. For Halo by A. H. Fisher Cloverport, Ky. Mr. Z. T. Cox, of near Stophcnsport, has gono to Kkron to go into tlio grocery business with Mr. Drown. went to Cloverport Monday. Messrs. JimSkillmnnnnd Oscar French " jfvsPii were in town Sunday. Miss Ida Uaync visited Mrs. Graham Jolly Sunday. Miss Lena Gllliland was tho guest of Miws Esther Haynes, Union Star, Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Gus Gibson wns tho guest of Mrs. A. J. Bennett Sunday. Kov, J. D. Bowlds, of rellvlllo, will Don't forgot to givo tlmnks for preach horo noxt Saturday and Sunday, tho chnnco you liitvo hnd nil tho Mr. J. Urnshear, Preston, wns In our midst Sunday-M- r. year of getting tho best Gus Gibson Mr. J. T, McQuady and Mr. Larknl Gibson went to McQuady Sunday on business. on tho market from our countors. Mrs. Jean Connor is visiting her mothFrom now until tho holidays tho er, Mrs. L. A. Gardner, Itomo, Ind. this stock will bo larger than over. week. Mrs. Graham Jolly went to Stephons-po- rt Then thcro are now cranberries, Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. prunes, currants, raisins in fact Salllo Maine. everything found in a first-clas- s Mies Alico Yaruason, Owensboro, is grocery dept. visiting her aunt, Mrs. Chas' II. Comp-toA feast in storo for pooplo who " x,Bftn4iHP' s9 Jfc 5aasffl&Nfer DMA,af.H V ja$AA.L FUBNI8HKD BY . Len. G. Herndon & Co., General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. fe- jjss-isss- TLS H. W. HERNDON, Manager. :. .i&2tei Reliable and prompt. Oasb with erery count aale. Coualgnments lollclted. ac- COMES LOUISVILLE. KY., Ner. 1, lbOJ. Shipper ihould mark all package plainly, with ihlpper'i name and addrei. BUTTBB. 18 18 Choice, oountry poit-offl- - VrajeMrSfrbJU A large number oi If col, now la y our opportunity. We wilt close our branch atoro at Hardlniburp;, on and after Monday, Nor. 7th, and consolidate ame with our large itoek at Clorerport, Ky., and will for a short time offer tery ebeap bargain In all good In our line. In order to reduce our tock, and aa Christmas Is close at band, by making your purehne now money can be ared. An early Impaction of our Double Stock will pay you. To partita tiring at a distance we will tend good by expres on election. Alio perional attention to all work Intruded to our care, and amo guaranteed to glre aatiifaetlon. Medium Common --.- .. Creamery Freih.. Eaas., POULTRY. ..- 28 ft) 28 13 14 11 W) 12H ,lt to 18 , FRUIT TREES At the COFFEE Old Heni per lb ... iioouera... Springer FEAT II En3. Prim, white goeic Mixed Old 8 to 9 3 to 4 10 to It Hardinsburg Nursery," For next fall delivery. Order what you want Anything we haven't on hand, we will procure It for you at the lowest rate. Manager Uardlnibnrg Nuritry. HABDINSBURO ,KY No. 1. duck HIDES. Green, rood Sbeep aklna WOOL. 48 (3 49 26 88 25 35 25 40 ZACK. GREEN, n. F. N. D'Huti eIer, YOUR " flint, Dry ui, -- vvm.. good ...... ............. . H w K uy 0 7 24 80 SO J. W. JARRETT, U.S.CIaim & Pension Agent STEPHENSPORT, KY. OLOVKUPOUT, KV. Tub. washed Urease, fine Qreaae, ooarae Aierino. ............. , . , things nt CLOVERPORT, KY. Miss Mollio Mattingly burg this Mra. Bcrtlo Mattingly. Kosy feels tho head Is In Hardins. week tho guest of her Bister, A. A. Simons, M. D. Physician Surgeon CLOVEJirOltT, KY. Hurry and 0ta, ....... y ..... ..... .... , 22 20 10 14 We quote prleei IIAY.URAIN, FEKD. v0ATS. on Loulsrllle u S3 that wears Sulzers Ojjiceover Breclenrldge Bank. wbirfi No, 2 oat olty 34 hats. There's a huge deal of comfort in a pipe, Subser's smokers articles are In vast erotmont. -- kwS r T T" iJfr Breckenridge News. 10, 1802. TIIUKSIJAY, NOVKMDIiU A Cloverport Nose-gay of Dudos. Thrru nre m.my cliarmlniroplc Initio iliHurent l.ttlluilcn. Hut (lie mutt charming of ll arc tlio Cloverport "dudes." A description wo'll nlve.ridjnurnay guess who they nre. Tlice liunJioine ) oumc men, who nre 'way nlmvc par. The first young man that U buhe to meet one' gaze, If very polite and affable, for he uy "muiii' s It Tlio next with always the scir.aainc decision, Says his goods iirc"iiulte the very latest Paris- Inn. Anotlsjincomcs along with n manly stride, And hl whiskers, they ay, arc his only prlilc. The doctor, the TAIX merchant andTlNNFM p; h- - m-:- : who think It meet, To whistle when the girls promenade the ttrcet. A nice younfc merchant with a still loUNOaK mustache, And at may be, supposed, he cuts quite a dnsh. I'rom a certain "station" In life, a dude with eyes to blue, flushes" a number of maidens, hut to none Is he true. rA l,kcen" college man we next do present, On music, songs and guitar he Is very intent. Another ymlng dude who Is very seldom seen, "At "Tacky" parties" only nnd All Halloween.' Two brave cavaliers the ocean did cross, Should they ever depart, what a sad, sad loss Another dude with his "ha I ha t ha I lie is the lender of the orchesTHA. OuroiDDY old DALi visitor, to Jokes he Is In- ciined, Why did he !c:ic the town? lkcniise he was Hbout to be fined. Tho scuiiu of Cliit firo was 11 if) stalilo adjoining tho costly rcsidenro at Eleventh avenuo and Pearl street, belonging to tho Kinsoy estate, where live tho son and daughter with a housekeeper and coachman. Miss Nottio Kinsoy returned from a few days' visit to Mnnlton. She was accompanied homo by two young friends, and nt 8:15, when they reached tho houso, they found it locked. Tho young ladles wcro afraid to attompt to enter tho houso by a window, and Miss Kinsoy concluded to wnko tho coachman, Arthur George, whose sleeping room was in tho barn. When sho tho window sho was apprised by tho smell of smoko nnd tho heat that tho barn was on firo. Quickly tho young lady recognized tho gravity of tho sltuatiou. Sho thought of tho family horse a Valuable animal, and ono to which sho was much nttached standing In his stall crazed with fright, whllo tho smoko nnd flames wcro nearly enveloping him. Giving tho alarm to her frionds, tho bravo littlo lady broke tho window with her umbrella and climbed in regardless of Sho wouuded and bleeding fingers. rushed through tho blinding smoko to tho door, which sho unbarred. Then stripping off her jncket, she blindfolded tho frightened horse mid led him to tho '.pen air. By this tlmo tho screams of tho young ladies had brought u crowd to tho sceno, and somo ono had turned In an alarm. Tho firo department quickly responded, nnd tho flames wero subdued before tho building was wholly destroyed. Denver Republican. Matlni-- FOE LITTLE FOLKS. I 'JKECa ' iort'ay . i; y'Hi ' TATrHf sw H I as sho is better known, has made a hit as Pearl in "Tho Scnrlot Lottor" In Richard MnnsilcId'H production at Daly's. Sho is soven years old, of dark complex ion, has largo, lovely eyes and seems born to tho stngo. Tho littlo lady is as easy and natural on the stngo ns though sho had had many years of oxjioricnco. It was thrco years ago that Julia appeared in arms as tho baby In "Bootlo's Baby" nt tho Madison Squaro theater, nnd sho went "right on" tho stngo without a singlo rehearsal and behaved beautifully. Then sho was in "Tho Pharisco" at tho same houso. Sho took Julia Ilatiy Julln Do arlgnnu. Do Grlgnau, or "B.tiiy" Do Griff-na- u, Rubber Boots &3gE3 E&&m5mEa - Rubber Shoes i ' rag Look Well I in Mill ff .tL .1 i yy sm& I 9BUj535ii- - jy'Jr P7 P W Girls nt n Food Slionr. WOMAN'S WOULD. c J " . COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY'S DECISION TO NOT ADMIT WOMEN. Llfo nt Vnssnr Coll ego A Girl's Ilrnvo Deed Mutlnoo OlrU ut tlio rood Show, llrolio tlio Dcndlock Miss North's Timely Notes About Women. ,.' w ' f ,N a- - K W - - !?'' - t Tho old discussion concerning tlio advisability of woman's acquiring tlio art of Galen and Hippocrates, of Aspasla and Bucca, has boen reopened by tlio recent decision of tho Columbian university at Washington to no longer admit women to Its medical department. An offer, financially backed by Gardiner Hubbard, to put up a flno physiological laboratory nnd givo it to tho collego on condition that tho decision bo withdrawn has been flatly declined. Tho argument advanced by tlio faculty that tho teaching of men nnd women togethor In medical classed in demoralizing o both is rather weakened by tho fact that at all clinics women nurses aro prcsont and assist at oporationH of every kind, imparting nn atmosphere of and seriousness quite percept!-bi- o immediately on their nppearance. Tho other theory, that women do not possess a quality of intelligence that tits them for study with men, Inw been refuted by tho higher average of women in examinations mid tho greater number of honors secured by them, duo to tho fact that thoy aro exceptional women, inspired by serious ambition and interest, contouding with tho ordinary run of men at least, so claim tho men. Consequently tho faculty has fallen back-upotho old excuso that tho admission of women to tho classes koops men away from tho collego, nnd that tho stop was taken becauso it was not to turn that institution into n "fomalo seminar'." Howover, this dofcat is ono which can bo woll endured, considering tho groat advauco of tho educational movomont for women along all lines, and particularly in tho study of medicino. Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cincinnati and Chicago havo modical schools exclusively for women; tho medical department of Johns Hopkins is open to them; noarly all tho western colleges admit thorn, and two other Washington colleges rcceivo thorn on equal torras with men. Paris offers every facility to women. Germany admits them to her institutions, though not allowing thorn t0 6ign their own lo King's Nuw Llfo Pills, Bucklcn's Arnica Salvo aud Electric Hitters, and havo never handled remedies that soil as well, or that havo givon such universal satisWo do not hesitnto to guaranfaction. tee them every time, nnd wo stand ready to refund tho purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. Theso remedies liavo won their great popularity puroly on thoir merits. For salo by Short A Hayncs, druggists. tier Kitten. Tho other day In Beokman street t Deserving Praise. motherly looking cat was calmly sitting watching tho antics of hor Wo desiro to say to our citlzuns, that on tho curb which wcro having a glorifour kittens, for years wo havo been selling Dr.King's ous tinio rolling about md mauling ono New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. another. Tlio Idttens kopt nt their sport Looking After Matinee girls reigned supremo B.itur-da- y afternoon at the food exposition in Madison Squaro garden. Tho quaintly attired maids in attendance on tho various booths, tho demuro country damsels rounding out tho festivities of tho week by a visit to tho food show, and tho society dames in their swell costumes, nil looked their prettiest and smiled their Bwcotcst, but tho mntiuuo girls outdid them all. They swarmed Into tho garden boiling over with tho pent up enthusiasm aroused by tho groat parades and pageants of tho past week, and for four or Ave hours thoy made tho afternoon tho liveliest which tho gayly decorated amphitheater had known since tho opening of tho food exposition. Thoy poured into tho lecture hall and listened with suppressed giggles and an outward show of intense interest to Mis Pnrloa's dissertations on scalloped oysters, potnto soup and maraschino Ico cream. Thoy supplied themselves plentifully with candies on entering tho gar-doand then proceoded to overwhelm tho attendants nt tho ico cream hoda fountain. Having nearly exhausted tho supply of their favorlto boverago thoy hcrnn tho round of all tho dnii$ samples supplied by tho various exhibits. They sipped cliocolnto, they tasted soups and they munched pickles. Prom pickles thoy wont to tomato catchup, from catchup to cocoa, and 60 on through tho entire list, winding up with appetizing slices of smoked beef. Whon thoy had beon nil through tho garden thoy wero a tired but happy medley of girls. They had had a great time nnd thoy know it. Now York Times. n rv-- MeSvtiT to it llko a duck Her first speaking part was in "Editha's Burglar," and then enmo "Raglan's Way," with Edwin Ardeu, nnd in tho summer of 18D0 Baby Do Grignau appeared with Rosina Vokes nt Daly's. Koo Coghlim noxt had jKitito Julln In "Peg Wellington" nt tho Columbus theater In Unr-leTho baby actress joined tho Ken-dai- s in October, 1801, nnd played with them in "Tho Whito Lie." Ono or her most successful appearances was nt the Actor's Fund fair, whero sho croated such n furoro In running a booth and in u soiling pictures of horsolf thnt ono gave her n magnificent doll, and others loaded her with candies nnd sweetmeats. Julia remained cachliight until the finnl curtain was rung down. Baby Do Grlgnau is fortunnto in having n stanch personal friend in Commodore Gerry. Ho pets her and tolls her tho probable truth that sho will a famous nctross. Shu doos not dauco er sing, so tho head of tho B. P C. C. allows himsolf to ndmiro her nnd protect her. Julia's father Is FromJh. Mine. her mother German-AmericaDo Grignau says tho baby gots hor dramatic bent from hor fnthor, who onco tried oiern, but gavo it up for reasons of health. Tho Do Grignaus woro well known on tho French stago. Julia says sho has no favorlto part. "I llko them nil," sho declares. Now York Press. gen-tlomnio V" to water. -- - -- 0; jL Alaskas - r 1 Wear Wel1 ! I til , ,IH, Arctics sisisiiiiiiismssssiiiissssiiiiiiiiisiiiiissiiss.-ssiisiss-ssss gj . for somo timo. Suddenly ono of them, STEPHENSPORT. Tho sick folks aro all improving. Mr. John Bennett, of Ixmisvillo, Is in town. Democrats had a pole raising hero Saturday. It Is nn interesting and pertinent fact Prof. F. J. Jnrboo went to Mooleyvillo that though men students now treat Saturday. women with u fair degreo of consideraMiss Emma Mosoloy commenced her tion niedicnl instructors tho world over, nnd particularly in Germany, nro still Bchoo) at Mooloyvillc. hostile to tho so called invaders, Miss Irene Board spent Saturday and all subjects of a dolicato nature Sunday at her homo in Hardinsburg. in tho coarso and revolting manner most liablo to embarrass and disgust tho Mr. nnd Mrs. Tliurmnn, Smith nnd women, who havo accepted tho treatMiss Nellie Cor, of Hardinsburg, wero ment with n horoio dignity, ignoring guests of" Mrs.'R. A. Smith last week. thoso things which thoy could noither Miss Ploronco Williams, of Evansville, tolcrato nor condono. Now York Sun.. who has been visiting her'sister, Mrs. Chas. Wndlington, returned homo s'un- Llfo nt Vnssar College. Social life at Vassar presents many interesting plmses to tho ISO now students Miss Emma Hanks, ono of Stephens-port'- s who havo this year entered Its freshman r, young ladles, and Mr. John class and aro being initiated in tho vari.of Cloverport, were married ous clubs nnd societies of tho students. 18!)2 at Hardinsburg. Politics is paramount in interest at Monday, Oct. JJOtli. present, and tho students nro arrayed In Mias Georgia McCubbins and Mr. Jas. opposing factions, supporting Demo0. NcKaughan accompanied them- - Tho cratic or Republican platforms. Mass brido and groom left on tho evening meetings are called, clubs organized, train for Louisville, wheroihoy will recommittoes appointed and constitutions main a few days aud thou return to formulated, and party spirit runs high Cloverport their future homo. Tho corIn this littlo world of women. Contrary congratulates them nnd to tho tlmo honored customs of hazing respondent and "rushes," tho students at Vassar wishes them a happy and prosperous wolcomo nil now'comers with most cor- life. dial hospitality, each girl cavalior invitDo You Know ing and escorting ono or moro of tho now ilrst reception given in their That a largo perccntago of deaths in this girls to tho honor not long aftor tho opening of tho country nro caused by consumption nnd term. Tho thrco dramatic chapters at luugtroublo? A littlo cold neglected in tho collego givo on Saturday ovoning a tho beginning often terminates in consuccession of farces, followed by a sup-po- r, sumption. Evory tlmo you cough you to wo uowcomors. To theso histho trouble, and nn inflammation trionic revels only members and Invited Increase is soon started, which is difilcult to conguests havo ndmlttanco. Tlio now buildings on tho campus nro trol. Thoro is ono remedy that cures now rapidly progressing toward com- quickly every kind of a cough. That is pletion. The laboratory appointments l)r, Hale's Household Cough Cure. It is havo been increased by two largo rooms, tho best. Aro you not entitled to tho ono entirely free from Iron for electrical nnd .50c. a bottio best? For snlo at work, und by individual apparatus for A Hayncs drugstore each studont. A now scholarship of nt Short $0,000 has been founded by Mr. Spring, Deposits of Loadstone. of Chicago, in memory of his daughter, A Kansas City pnpor says that thero a former studont. Tho intorost In athlotlo sports Is at- Is n bowlder In tho Ozarks which will tested by tho enlargement c! tho skating attract a jackknifo dropped nlno feot lino of tho and that nlong rink to thrco times its former size, by away,principal meridian, tho tho counties in w tennis courts, and by tho increased fifth of Carter, Reynolds, Iron und Washingunmoor oi wiitfla and thoir enthusiastic oast nnd west surveys pthor this, tho first of our ton, tho lines of truo courso eov-crs, ts in a most encour- - nro deflected from tho ' degrees, tho necdlo being affoctcd genoral activity, prophetic by tho deposits of loadstono. yoar. vassar Letter, Wics-enbergo- around tho bag ho presently espied nn opening into which ho crawled. The attention of his fellows was soon directed to tho now attraction, to which thoy speedily hastened, and entoriug ono by orio tho four kittens quickly found themselves housed in this unusual domicile Thoy mado no effort to leave It, observing which tho old cat, who kept nn oyo nil tho timo on the maneuvers of hor progeny, walked toward tho bag, smelled nnd looked within its interior, nnd scoing her kittens at rest she pickod up tho parcel with hor toeth, and wnlking down tho streot disappeared In a hallway with tho bag ond her tots inclosed. Now York Sun. Swing Awny, Ilaliy. Swing awny, bnby, in tho trco top; Though tho wind blows. I've no fear that you'll drop; Should tho bough brenk it won't matter at nil. Others below jou can cntch In your full. Swing away, baby: your littlo flt Shows how your forefathers used to exist; In your wco fingers n Itublnson sees Proof that your ancestors lived up In trees. Swing nway, bnby; If your hand grows Tired jou can rest It by unlng your toes, Ero boots nod shoes linvo distorted tlio shape. Duo to tho ancient ijundrumunouB npo. Swing away, baby. Monkey and man Itotlt hnvo beeu mado upon ono common plan. Ono missing featuro you'll llvo to bowalU Only a rudiment's loft of your tail. Swing away, baby, swing! You havo not Need of a cradle, a crib or a cot, Mansion or cottago, or lodgings or flat; Trees, only trees, aro your truo habitat. SU James Oazctto. Illglnvuy Ilobbory. tiring of further piny, wandered away toward a largo paper bag that was fluttering In tho wind on tho walk. Nosing Bruises, Sores, Ulccrs.Salt Hheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns nnd nil Skin Eruptions, and posiiii:mi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Owing to the drought tho hemp crop is Price 23 cents per veryshort. Tlio condition compared with or money refunded. For salo by Short A llnynes, last year is only 5(1 per cent. box. druggists. 110(18. MONTHLY CROP REPORT The condition and fatness of hogs being fed for market compared with last year aro 15 per cent. Tho number of hogs being fed for market compared with Inst year is 80 per cent. Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salvo In the world for Cuts, indications aro that the quality will fall below nn average. The average per cent., as placed by my correspondents, is larger than was anticipated 1M3 per cent. that tho crop will not be large, nnd tho J.C. UODHNK, J. M. HAKi'BK, DANIEL lmOOKS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. Laulsvltle, St Louis & Of Commissioner of Agriculture, La- TAX PAYERS. bal-an- Texas R. R. Co. Your taxes for 18V2 havo been due since lit Thero will be a day of February, 1H92. I1KKF IWTTI.K. due the County and State November lit, FlUNKKOKT, KY.,Oct.,:il, 18!)2. The condition of beef cattle being fed of $27,000, which amount must be paid Tlio rains of tho last of August ond the compared with last year Is 85 per cent. 1882, on or beforo that date, and we must collect the first of September made tho prospect for Tlio number being fed for market com- taxes now past due to meet said demand. Tho fall grasses very flno, and many of my pared with last year is 80 percent. law provides that 6 por cent, shall be added to correspondents report thnt tho indicaall taxes unpaid on tho 1st dajr of November, IltlHIl I'OTATOKH. tions wcro never better; but since that Owing to the drought the yield of Irish 1882. And In order to give the tax paven an time wo havo had a very severe drought, additional per cent, potatoes is only fair, tlio condition being opportunity to save lalJ accompanied by hot Btin nnd drying winds and cost of collodions, I or ono of iuv deputies 84 percent. which has dried tho ground, nnd stopped will meet them at the following times and HAV. kinds. Tho drought Is vegetation of all placet to receive and collect taxes ; and all Tho hny crop Is very good, the average persons falling or refusing to meet us at the widespread, not being confined to our Btock water Is yield being ono nnd n half tons per acre. appointed times and places may expect to be State. In many localities Very respectfully, required to pay the additional ptr cent, and very scarce, and farmers are having to Our all cost of collections according to law. Nicholas McDowkm., past few haul drinking water. Iu tho time li short for the collection of this money, Commissioner. been light rains in somo days, thero havo so don't af k us to wait any longer ; we can't counties, but nothing llko a general ruin. Headache Ih tho direct result of Indi- do It. Meet us promntly and pay your taxes. tho drought Ih I have somo reports thnt Ilomedy Let no man say this notice Is not Intended for unprecedented, grasses entirely dried tip, gestion and stomach disorders. using Do Witt's Littlo Early him, for It Is Intended for every man that and farmers feeding their stock as thoy theso by Kiscrs, nnd your hcadncho dlsancars. owes ui taxes. DeJFIlNETTK, S. B. 0. do In winter time. J.S. KAMSKY, I). 8. II. 0. . Tho favorlto littlo pills everywhere. W. I. WIIBAT. u. maos, D.S. II. 0. A Short A Hayncs, Cloverport, nnd Beard 11. A. QLASSC00K, 1). 8. 11. 0. Thero has been an average acreago of bor and Statistics. 3STO. TIME SCHEDULE Tuning i:ffvct M. 18. At 5i00 o'clck A. Wtit Hound Traint M Dally Wsdneiday Jalj 29. '91 Sail Bound Trumi Mall A M Hxpr's Kxpr's 6 23pm Mail A STATIONS lUiir's Kxpr'. fi0 7 2U 7 21 Dally Tt.Vun Iv.Un'n 8 00 8 41 8 43 0(10 'JOS V17 U21 V'M 747 7n7 8 07 8 11 8 17 8 27 8 37 K47 Dally Dally Dlfiprc p,t..ar 100 8(0 Kcntuck) St. 12 ti 8(6 Wtit l'olnt VI UJ Howard 12U2m 8U2 Itock Haven lMiiiu 747 7 40 I.onir llranch 11 SU 7 31 llramlcnburK 11 2 7 27 1123 Meade Springs Irvlncton Will iter Lodlburg Simple Stcphensport Addison Holt Cloverport Skillman llawesvlllc I'ctrie l'alcon Lewisport 1'owcrs Owen.boro MattiriKly Cavce Shops Tierce Kkron Ciustun yai Illy 7 21 'J II U62 10(10 10 10 KM y()5 9 11 0 21 9 23 0 30 0 40 9 61 10 01 10 10 18 10 21 10 28 1(1 1111 11(12 1UM 10 43 713 663 6 4H 6 40 1013 1033 1030 1023 102J 1027 1030 1041 1060 11 (JO 1018 1013 10 01 0 67 0 44 631 CM 618 613 610 667 663 6 40 j. i- - wheat sown; although tho present prlco is very low and future indications not very bright. Many correspondents report that thoy havo sown their wheat in tho dust, not enough moisturu to spiout it. Others that their wheat is sprouted nnd much of It will dlo for tho want of rain. I have received n number of letters acknowledging tho receipt of wheat sent from this office, nnd speaking In the highest pralso of tho qunlityof tho grain. The two varieties of wheat which I distributed wero grown by Judge Van me tor of Ohio, a very large fanner, who takes great Intorest In testing all new kinds of wheat. T01IACC0. Heeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. 1111 1118 1121 11 11 J 033 9l 9 20 909 861 1031 1133 ft2-- ii 016 8 37 8 27 630 6 22 613 611 603 4 48 4 33 4 23 4 13 4 0 BANK OF Gents ! 1060 1102 1111 1207pm 1216 1227 1230 1246 latcs 1123 1131 HAEDIUSBUEG Capital Stock $25,000. President. WILL MILLKH, M. II. DKABD, Cashier. D. F. DKARD, "J O. W. I1KAUD MOKUIS ESKHID0E J R. M. JOLLY. visit our establishment whon you got ready to pur chase your FALL appaiel. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Louisvl'Ie.Hardinsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. R. R. It will pay you to Worthinirton 1140 SnoUivMlc 101 1163 1203pm 111 flaskctts 12 20un 123pm ar.llcndcrs'n Iv Stanley 816 800 766 7 37 7 20 363 337 3 20 716am 316pm THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala LINE, (L. E. X ST. L. II. H.) . SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LIME TO - -- Dire tor St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS TAKING al Irnvo Deed. i fcol i late W. J. Kinsoy bravery in Den- She saved her pet, burning to (jeatli. Hebrew tradition says that tho tablets of Moses wcro of sapphire In Hobrow tlio word sapplr means tho moat beautiful. It symbolizes loyalty, justlco, beauty aud nobility Whllo my reports nro very varied as to tho condition of tobacco, thoy all agree ns to it having been cut nnd housed In good order nnd flno color, nnd curing well. It is Impossible to get n report that is strictis the life of an active participant ly correct, for often two correspondents in stirring Revolutionary scenes. of tho samo county will differ from ten to fifteen points, although this season tho Dr. Hale' Household Ointment Read the chapters in this issue. weather has been moro fnvornu'o to tho Is tho finest remedy In tho world. It which will show a dark tobacco districts, For Sale or Bent. absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Nou-ralgdifference In tho per cent. In favor of tho and Rheumatism. Cures Piles llko Fifty acres of good strong hill land, three dark tobacco. In comparing tho reports, and a half miles from Cloverport, Ky. innglc. Cures Bait rheum in tho most I will Bcpnrato them to Bhow tlio differROUT. E. WOODS, Address soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and ence. Tho condition for Hurley Is 75 tier War Department, Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd cent., while for tho entire State, both Washington, V. 0 Colds. Can bo taken internally. A post-tlv- o Hurley nnd dork tobacco Is 85 per cent., specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, BruisWANTED. ns compared with last year. es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandCOII.V. 100,000 lioojvpolon nml nlso slinvtMl nro cured quicking, Conw nnd bunions Tho ylohl of corn per acre can hardly lioopn In largo tunntitlus. Host market ly; different from all clso; superior to all For further Information Tjq determined as yet, as very little Iiiih prlcoft uil(l. else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes, targe sizo cluapvst, Sold at Short A beon gathorcd; enough however, has been cull on or aUdrvM, CitAN. May, Ctbvcrport, Ky. gathered for feeding hogs to determine llaynes drug storo. Wanted Long Dresses. bo awful glad w'on Littlo Girl-- I'll I'm old 'nough to wear long dresses. Mnmma What do you want long drosses for? 1 can climb trees Littlo Girl-- So wifout showin zoo holes In my Btock-in- s. Good News. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS West Hound "b'a'lly Dally No.6 KFFECT. JULY 29, 1801. Kast Hound Trains Trains I West and Tims-Car- South-Wes- t. ex Sun. ex Sun. "Edwin Brothertoft" STATIONS, No. 2 No. No. 1 llSOim l.v Irvlnicton Ar 030im 1210pm 12 26 12 42 Dally I Dally ex Sun. ex Sun 8 33 6 liardlnsliurg Kirk 118 Jolly 130 Glcndcane 148 1 63 Dempster 216pm ar I'allsltoiiKhlv Kockvale 260 3 02 OarlicM Harried 7 60 816 716 7 05 314 la Asklns Oaks 3 29 4C0pni ArKordsvlllel.v Huth 6 44 6 34 614am 6 64 5 29 6 21 6 00 4 45m in Effect Jul; 31. 1893. d Louisville 8:06 a.m. ..8:25 p.m...4:29 p.m. ArrSt. Louis 7:20 pia ...fl:4S a nj Evansville 1:20 10:00p.m. For further liformatton, call on or address, R.A CAMPBELL, Qen'l Fan. Ag't, Evausvllle, Indi, j. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Louisville, Ky CltyTlcket Offlcc.S. W. Cor. Third iMalnpt . Louisville, Ky. Lt. ,; 1 EDWIN BROTHERTOFT, . . . OUR NEW SERIAL . . . 1 In This Week's Paper raaW, jgfrMgSHgg miwmm'ii'(iiww '' . " - v." w IN(,.M,'"y -- lji ,. ,, wf. ?? r.&lL COPmir. . 4 lft9Q,0Y UMiTCO STAIE5 D00K company ANO 0UBllSHE0 8y SPtCIAI. AftnAKCEMtNrwmOHEM!. PAET ONE. CHAPTER L Tho cavaliers always ran when tlioy saw Puritan Colonel Brothertoft and his troop of whito horses coming. Thoy ran from tho lost battlo of Horn-castlin tho days of tho great rebellion, anil tho colonel chased. Lato at night ho rodo wearily back to Horncostlo. llo first took enro that thoso famous horses woro fod a good feed after their good fight and bravo chaso, and thon laid himself down in his cloak to sleep bosido Cromwoll and Fairfax. Prcsontly a .yonth on a whlto horso camo galloping into tho town, np to tho quaint houso whero tho oolonol quartered, and shouted for him. Brothortoft looked out at tho window. By tho faint light ho recognizod young Galsworthy, eon of his richest tenant and truBtiost followor. I "Tho king's pcoplo havo attackel tho manor houso," cried tho boy. "My lady Is trying to ljld it with tho servants. I corao for help." In a moment n scoro of men were mounted and dashing southward. Ten miles to go. Thoy know every foot of It Tho twenty whlto horses galloped closo and took tlioir loops togothcr steadilyan heroic sight to bo seen in that cloar, frosty night of October! Thofiro of dawn already glimmored In tho cast when thoy began to eco firo on tho southorn horizon. TJio colonel's heart told him whoso towers were burning. Thoy rodo their best; but thsy had miles to go, and tho rod Unities outran thorn. Colonel Brothertoft said not a word. llo spurred on, and closo nt his heels camo tho troop, with tho firo shining on their corselets and gleaming in tho oyes of their horsos. 8ofol Yes; tho houso might go for his dear wifo was snfo, nnd his dear son, his littlo nainesnko Edwin, was eafo in hor nrms. Tho bravo lady, too, hnd leatn off tho marauders. But fight firo as they would thoy could rescuo only ono nnglo of tho mansion. That "curious now brlquo fabrick, four snuaro, with a turret at each cornor, two good Courts, n fino Library nnd most romnntick Wilder-nosso- ; a pleasant, noblo Bent, worthio to 1k noted by alio" so it is described in an Itinerary of sixteen hundred nnd twenty had been made to loar tho penalty for Its master's fnitli to freedom. "Thoro Is no sorvlco without suffering," ho quietly said ns ho stood with tho fair Lucy, his wifo, after sunrise beforo tho smoking ruins. Ho looked west over tho green uplands of his manor, and cost over his broad acres of fonny lnnd, billowy with rank gross, and nil tho beloved scene seemed strango and unlovely to him. Evon tho throo beautiful towers of Lincoln cathedral full in viow, his old companions and monitors, now empha sized tho dovastntion of Ins home. Ho could not dally with regrets. Tlicro wns still work for him nnd tho Brothertoft horsos to do. Ho must leavo his wifo well guarded and gnllop back. So thoro wns n parting nnd a group-f- air wifo, tho devoted soldier, tho whito chnrgor, nnd tho child awnkened to wiy goodby, nnd senred nt IiIh father's glint ing corselet n group such ns n painter loves. Tho colonel loro westward to cross tho lino of march of tho parliamentary nnny, nnd by nnd by, as ho drew near tho throo towers of Lincoln, thoy began to talk to him by Great Tom, tho bell. o, wul colors, only frlpiory is Uio inodol To prison stout John Bunynn; to ofilco sllglit Sam Popysi To your blind study, John Milton, nnd indlto "Paradiso Lost;" to Whitehall, John Wiltnot, Enrl of Uochostor, nnd scribblo your poom, "Nothlngi" Yes; go Bigotry, your jackboots smell unsavory; enter Prelacy in fino linen nnd pcrfumol Procul, O procnl, Libcrtnsl for, nlasl Luglish knocs bend to tho king amis tress nnd English voices swenr, "Tho king enn do no wrong." Boom sullenly, Great Tom of Lincoln, tho dlrgo of freedom I Ring solemnly, Groat Tom of Lincoln, d to Colonel Brothertoft tho stern rovi vod. Syllnblo ngnin along tho west wind tho sentence of oxilo: com-mnn- Westward Lot A now homo acroM tho fwuwl nn-oth- cr "The king's people have attacked the manor huubd" From his youth up tho Great Tom of Lincoln, then in full swing nnd full roar, hnd aroused, warned, calmed and comforted hint, singing to him, along tho wost wind, pious chants, merry madrigals, graceful stirring lyrics, moro than could bo repeated, oven "if all tho gcoso in Lincoln's fens produced spontaneous well mniloixms," nnd ovcry pen wero n writer of poetry and music. Today Brent Tom had but ono verso to ropcat: Wettwanl ho! A new homo ncroM tho sea. This was its stern commund to tho Puritan colonel, saddened by tho harm nnd cruolty of war. "Yos, my old ornclo," ho ropHod; "if wo fall, if wo loso liberty Jioro, I will oboy nnd Beck it in tho Now World." For a tluio It seemed that thoy hod not failed. England became n commonwealth. Brothortoft returned in icaoo to hU dismantled homo. Its ancient splondors could novor 1k restored. Throe-fourt- hs of tho patriot's ostato woro gone Ifo was too generous ttf back from his party in its success what ho had frankly given for tho 'a wool Ho lived quietly nnd sparingly. His solo extravagance was that, as a monmnont of bygono grnndour, ho commissioned Sir Anthony Vnudyck to paint him his wifo, his boy nnd tho whito chnrgor, ns thoy Btood groupod for tho parting tho morning of tho firo. Sdgroon ivy coverod tho ruins nnd for years Groat Tom of Lincoln novor renowod its scntonco of cxilo. Timo possod. Kingly Oliver died. There was no protector blood in gentle Richard Cromwoll. Ho could not wield the land. "Ho for cavallersi hoy for cavaliers p In camo tho morrlo monro-nuiro iia-tlon- Every day tho notion cringed basor nnd baRcr. Every day tho groat boll, from its station high abovo all tho land, shouted moro vohomontly to tho lord of Brothertoft manor to shako tho dust from his feet nnd withdraw himsolf from nmong a pcoplo grown utterly dns-tarHis young hoiios woro perished. His old associates woro slain or silenced. Ho would go. And just nt this moment, when In sixteen hundred nnd sixty-fiv- o nil freo-downs dead in England, Winthrop, of Connecticut, wroto to his friend nt Brothortoft mnnor: "Wo havo con quered tho provinco of Now Nether lands. Tho lnnd is goodlio, nnd thoro Is a great bravo river running through tho midst of it. Sell thy manor, bring thy peoplo nnd como to us. Wo need theo nnd the llko of theo in our now communities. Wo havo brawn onow nnd much godlinosso nnd singing of psalms; but gentlemen nnd gontlowomon bo few among us." So farowcll to England. Colonel Brothortoft wns rccoivod with duo distinction by Governor Nicolls nnd Mayor Willot. Old Peter Stuyvcsnnt was almost consoled that Hollanders woro sent to their Bouwerios to smoko nnd grow stolid, if such men ns this nowcomor woro to succeed thorn in power. Tho colonel explored that "great bravo river" which Connecticut Winthrop had celebrated in his letter. Its beautiful valley wns "nil beforo him, whoro to chooso." Dutch land patents woro plenteous in mnrkot ns villa sites after n modern panic. Crown grants wero to bo had from tho now proprietary almost for tho asking. Tho lord of old Brothortoft mnnor selected his sqnnro leagues for tho now mnnor of Brothortoft nt tho upper ond of Westchester county, lxirderlng upon tho Highlands of tho Hudson. A few pioneer Dutchmen Do Witts, Vun Warts and Cnnadys wero already colonized thoro. His Lincolnshire followers soon found their places, but thoy enmo from the fens, nnd did not iovo tho hills, nnd most of them in timo dispersed to tho flutter country. Tho now proprietor's wealth was considerable for America. Ho somewhat diminished it by reproducing, as well as colonial workmon could do, that corner of tho old manor houso untouched by the flro. It grew up a strango oxotic, this fine mniiHlou, in tho Iwautiful wilderness. Tho "curious fubrick" of littlo imjiorted bricks, with its peaked turret, its quaint gables, its squnro bay window and grand porch, showed incongruously nt first nmong tho stumps of n clearing. And tlicro tho exiled gentleman tried to livo nn oxotic life. Ho bestowed nbout him tho furniture of old Brothertoft manor. Ho hung his Vnudyck on tho wall. Ho laid his presentation copy of Mr. John Milton's now poem, "Purndiso Lost," on tho tabic Tho founder of Brothertoft manor died, nnd a second Edwin, tho young Astyanax of Vandyck's picture, bocamo tho pntroon. A third Edwin succeeded him, a fourth followed, nnd in seventeen hundred nnd thirty-si- x tho fifth Edwin Brothertoft wns born. Ho wad an only child, liko ench of his forefathers. Tho Brothertoft fortunes did not wnx on tho now continent. Eacii geutlo Edwin transmitted to his heir tho manor docked of a few moro squaro miles, tho mansion a littlo moro dilapidated, tho furniture moro worn nnd broken, tho uamo a littlo less significant in tho puslt-in- g world of tho provinco. But ench Edwin, with tho sword nnd iiortrait of tho first Americnn, handed down tho still moro procious heirlooms of tin family honor unblemished, quick sympathies, a tender heart, a generous hand, refinement, courtesy in short, all tho qualities of mind and person that go "to grnco a gentleman." It beenmo tho ofilco of each to bo tho typo geutlomnn of his timo. TER PART IL Edwin Brothortoft, fifth of thnt nnmo, had boon two years at Oxford toiling nt tho poncoful tasks nnd dreaming tho fair dreams of n young scholar. It was tho fashion of that timo to Bond young inon of proporty to bo educated and Anglicized in England. Bushwhnckors and backwoodsmen tho now continent trained to perfection. Most of tho colonists know that two and two mako four, nnd could put this and that togothcr. But loro, classio or othor heavy loro out of tomos was not to bo hnd short of tho old country. Tho Massachusetts and Connecticut mills, Harvnrd and Ynlo, turned out n light nrtiolo of domestic loro, creditnblo enough consideringthoir inforlor facilities for manufacture; tho heavy British stuff wns much preferred by thoso who could afford to import it. Edwin wont to bo Angllcizod. Destiny meant that ho should not bo. His life ut Oxford camo to a sharp ond. His fathor wroto; "My son, I nm dying tho oarly doath of u Brothortoft. I havo boon foolish enough to loso tho last o of our fortune Como homo and mot" Beautiful Oxfordl Fair spires and towers nnd dreamy cloisters, dusky chapoln and rich old halls, groon gardens, overlooked by lovely oriols, high avenuos of elms for qniot contemplation companionship of earnest minds a life of simplo rules nnd struggles without pain how hard it was for tho young man to leavo all this! ONE-CHAPfor-giv- d. If lu Out arch. Out Puritans and inNellGwynnl s Away J and in crop-earlovo-looksl Uion walked up to tho luano'r houso for a si ico of tho funeral baked meats and n libation to tho memico. Dunderliorg and tho Highlands ory of tho defunct. A black servant carved and uncorked woro chilly with snow. Tho beach trees woro their dead leaves in forlorn pro-to- for them. Ho had the grand air, and against tho winter timo. Tho dilnpl-date- d wioldod knifo nnd corkscrew with digmnnor houso publishod tho faded nity. Voltniro tho gcntlcmon cnllod him. Ho seemed proud to boar tho nnmo fortunes of ita tonnnts. "Tonants at will," so said tho father of that eminent destructive. Tho guests ato thoir fat and lean with to his son in tho parlor whoro Vandyck's good appetite Thon thoy touched glasses picturo presided. nnd sighed ovor another of thoir order "Whoso will?" Edwin asked. gono. "Colonel Blilop's." "Tho proporty is nil cntcn np with "Tho nurao is now to mo." mortgages, I hoar," says Phillipse, with "Ho is a half pay officer and y contractor a hard, cruel man. no has an appropriate doleftu tone "Billop swallows tho wholo, tho inmado a great fortuno, ns such men fernal usurerP Van Cortlandt rejoined, mako fortunes." "Will his mothod suit mo, fathor? looking lugubriously nt his follows and then cheerfully at his glass. You know I havo initio to make." "Ho's too far gono to swallow any"Hardly. I am afraid you could not trndo with tho Indians a handful of thing. Tho dovil hns probably got him beads for a boavor skin, a 'big drunk' by this timo. Ho was dying throo dnys ago," said Bevorley Robinson. for a bnlo of them." "Ilandsomo Jano Billop will bo our nm nfrnld not." "I Livingston in "I foar your conscionco is too tondor great hoiress," your daughters turn relook to to lot you put off beef that onco galloped marked. "Let thoir laurels, Phillipse!" undor tho saddlo to feed troojw." "My daughters, sir, do not enter tho "Yes; nnd I lovo horses too much to lists with such pooplo." encourage hlpiwphagy." "Como, Kontlemon," jolly Van Cortlandt intorjoctod, "another glass, and good luck to our young friond horo! I wish ho would join us; but I suppose tho poor boy must havo out his cry alono. What can wo do for Win? Wo must stand by our order." "I begin to havo somo faith in tho order," says Livingston, "whon it produces such 'pronx chevnlicrs' as ho. What can wo do for him? Tako him for your second Phillipso! Tho lovely Mary is still hoart wholo, I Our strapping young friend from Virginia, Master Goorgo Washington, has caracoled off, with a tear in his oyo and a flea in his ear. Slico off twenty or thirty thousund acres from your manor, -Tbttf I'cstchestcr may need a Tlrother-lof- t, marry theso young pcoplo and set thorn up. You are too rich for our latitude as IAncolnthlrc did." "Could you look up men in dosperato nnd our era." Mr. AdolphiiB Phillipso was a slow circumstances and toko thoir last penny coach. Tho other's banter tensed him. In usury?" "Mr. Livingston," ho begun, swelling "Is that his mothod?" "Certainly. And to crown all, conld and growing red. "Como, gentleman," cries Von Cortyou soduco your friond into n promising job, mnko tho trustful fool responsible landt, pnolficntor, "I havo a capital plan for tho losses, nnd when they camo for young Brothortoft." "What?" omnes inquire. supply him moans to pay thorn, receiv"Ho must marry Jano Billop." ing n ruinous mortgngo as security? "Ay, ho most marry Jano Billop," This is what ho has dono to mo. Do hny of theso methods suit my son?" naked omnes rejoin. "A glass to it!" criod tho proposer. tho older, with a gontlomnn's scorn. "Glasses round!" tho secondors echo, "Meanness and nvarico are new to with subdued enthusiasm. mo," tho junior rojoincd, with n gontlo"A benutyl" says Von Cortlandt, mnn's indignation. "Can a fortuno so clinking with Phillipso. mado profit n man?" "An heiress!" says Phillipso, clinking "Billop will not enjoy it. Ho is dying too. His heirs will tnko possession, as on. "An orphnn nnd only child!" says mino retire." Edwin could not think thus coolly of Robinson, touching glasses with his his fathor's death. To check tears he noighlwr. "Swoot sixteon!" says Livingston, wont on with his queries. "Ho boa heirs, thon, our unonvinblo blowing a kiss, and completing tho cir-cl- o of clink. successor?" Theso jolly Iwys, old nnd young, wero "Ono child, heir or heiress; I do not of n tribe on its wny to extinction, with remember which." tho painted sagamores of tribes before "Heir or heiress, I hopo tho now ton-nwill keep tho old place in ordor until them. First camo tho red nomad striding over tho continent. In timo followed I can win it back for you, father." "It chcors mo greatly, my dear son," tho groat patroon, sprawling over all said tho father, with n smilo on his worn, tho acres of n county. Finally arrives desponding faco, "to find that you are tho unembarrassed gentleman of our timo, nomud in youtlirsottlor at maturnot crashed 1 y my nvownl of poverty." ity, but bound to no spot nnd cribbed in "Tho thought of work oxhilnrntesino," no habitation; nnd nlwnys packed "to tho younger proudly returned. "Wo Brothertof ts havo nlways needed inovo, with a brain full of wits and a tho good of necessity," said tho senior in pocket full of coupons. Tho four proprietors finished their apology for himself nnd his race. "Now, then, necessity shall mnko ns libations and sont for Edwin to say acquainted with success. I will win it. goodby. His deep grief mado any suggestion of their marriago schemo an You shall share it." "In the spirit, not in tho liody. But Jolly Van Cortlandt longed to lay his wo will not speak of thnt. Where will hand kindly on tho young manVshoul-do- r you seek your success hero or there?" nnd say: "Don't gricvo, my boy! Ho minted to Vandyck's group of tho parliamentary colonol nnd his family. 'Omnes moriar,' as wo used to say at Tho forefather looked kindly down school. Como, lot mo toll you about a upon his descendants. Each of them happy marriago wo'vo plnnned for you!" Indeed, ho did nrraugo this littlo closely resembled thnt mild, horoic speech in his mind, and consulted Liv"Hero or in tho land of our ancestors?" ingston on its dollvory. "Lot him nlonol" sold that mogistor the father continued. "Your generation has tho choice. No othor will. Theso morum. "You know ns much of lovo dull, doboshed nnnoverinns on tho us of Latin. Tho match is clearly mado in heaven. It will tako caro of itself. throne of England will crowd us to revoHo shall havo my good word with tho lution, ns tho Stuarts did tho mother lady and whorovor olso he wants it. I country." "Then Westchester mny need n lovo a gentleman." "Bo do I, naturally," Van says, and Brothertoft, as Lincolnshire did," cries Edwin nrdently. His faco flushed, his ho gavo tho youth honored with this fair title a cordial invitation to his manor. oyo kindled, it seemed as if tho colonel, Tho others also offered their housos, in tho vigor of youth, had stopped down hoarths and hearts sincerely, nnd thon from tho canvas. His father was thrilled. A lifo could monntod and rodo off on thoir sovcral not name itsolf vastod which had passed prosperous and cheerful ways. Tho lonely houso grow droarior and to such a son. "But let us not bo visionary, my boy," drourior. ho wont on moro quietly and with wenk "Colonol Billop," wroto Mr. Sknnts, his ngent nnd oxocntor, "has been redoubts of tho wisdom of enthusiasm. "Englnud ofTors a brilliaat career to ono moved by an all wiso Providence Undor of your figure, your manners nnd your tho present circumstances, Mr. Brothortalents. Our frionds there do not forgot toft, I do not wish to disturb you. But us, as you know, for all our century of I should bo glad to tako possession at tho rustication horo. Whon I am gono and manor at your earliest convenience. tho manor is gono you will not havo ono Respectfully, etc., Skorvoy Skauts." Everything, oven thopricolcss portrait singlo tlo of property or person in of tho Puritan colonel, was coverod by Amoricn." "I lovo England," said Edwin, "I lovo tho mortgagos. Avorico had licked Oxford. Tho history, romanco and tho thorn all over with its slimo and gaped hopo of England are nil packed into to bolt tho wholo at a meal. Edwin did not wish to too a Skorvey thnt grand old caskot of learning, but" Skaats nt work swallowing tho family and ho turned townrd tho portrait "tho colonol ombarkod us on tho conti- hoirlooins. no iuvitod Squire Dowitt to nent. Ho would frown if wo gavo up net for him with tho now proprietor's representative o tho groat ship ami took to tho littlo Now York by that timo had become a again." Clearly tho young gentleman was not thrivlug littlo town. Tho bIU of tho Btroam of corn that flowod down tho Anglicized. Tho first mild winds of March molted nudBon was enriching It. Edwin had tho snow from tho old gravoynrd of bravo hopes of making at least his dally Brothortoft mnnor on a mount overlook- bread thoro with his brains or.hls hands. Whllo he was preparing to go old ing tho river. Thoro wns bat a little drift to scrnpo away from tho vault door Sam Galsworth appeared with a bog of guinoasand a fino whito maro of the whon thoy camo to lay Edwin Brothortoft, fourth of that name, by tho sido of famous Lincolnshire stock such a mare as Colonol Brothortoft mod to rido, and his ancestors. Princo Rupert's mon to run from. PART ONE CHAPTER III, "Squire Dowitt told mo you woro trudgo to York-,- " said Sam. "I was," ropliod tho orphan; "my logs will tako mo thoro finoly." "It was in my loaso," said Sam, "to payo maro colt ovory year ovor nnd abovo my rent, bosldos a maro for a harriot whonover tho now hoir camo in." "Horlot, I supposo you mean, Sam." "Wo call 'otn heriota whon thoy'ro horsos, nnd hnrriots whon thoy'ro mares. Woll, your fathor wouldn't tako tho colts sinco twolvo yoar. Ho said ho was ngiu tributo, nnd struck tho colts nnd tho hnrriots all out of my loaso. Sol put tho prico of a colt asido for him ovory yoar in caso hard timoc como. There's twelvo colts in this buckskin bag, nnd this maro is tho tokon that I count you tho rightful owner of my farm and tho wholo manor. I'vo changod hor namo to Harriot, beln ono. Sho's a "A glass to W" cried the proposer. Four great Patroons came to honor stepper, us any man can boo with half & blinker. Tho dollars nnd tho beast is their poor's funeral. Theso wero Van Cortlandt, Phillipse youm, Mlstor Edwin." . Edwin shook his hood. "Yon ro witli Ids Bovcrloy Robinson, very kind, Bam; but I nm my father's from tho neighborhood, nnd Livingston son and against tributo in any form." from abovo tho Highlands. "I Juwen't loved your father .forty Thoy saw their old friend's coffin to its flfty-soveii, It wns dred and mid-Januar- again. A bloak prospect. Thorivor was black seventeen hunwhen ho saw homo damp'sbelf, anil st yoar to seo Ids son go afoot; Rldo Rio maro down, anyhow. Sho don't get motion enough, now that I'm too heavy for hor, bcin Bovontcon stono threo pound nnd a quarter with my coat off." Edwin's prldo molted under this loy-alty. A PKEMIOM FOR JJVERY jlUBSCRIBER! "I will rido her then, Sam, and thank you. And givo mo a luck penny out of tho bag." "You'll not tnko the wholo?" ploadod Galsworthy, No. And whon tho root doctor heard this ho stood Uendrecus Canndy junior in a receptive position nnd dosed him with n bolus of wisdom, as follows: "Men is divided into threo factions. Tlicm that grabs thoir chances. Thorn that chucks away thoir chances. And them that lets thoir chances slido. Tho Brothcrtofts havo nllnz ben of tho lottin slide faction. This ono hns jlnod tho Chuckin Awnys. Ilo'll novor como to nothln. You just swallor that remark, my son, and keep a digostln of it, if you want to come to anything yourself." Next morning Edwin took loavo of homo, and sorrowfully rodo away. A harsh, loud March wind chased him, blowing Harriot Horiot's tall her legs. Tho omens woro bad. But when, oarly tho second morning, tho orphan crossed King's bridgo, and trod tho island of his new caroor, a Gulf stream wind, smelling of bananas and sounding of palm loaves, mot him, breathing wclcomo nnd success. PART ONE CHAPTER IV. f TO TUB BRECKENRIBGE NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to our Paid - In - Advance Subscribers. Wo havo juet bought from a largo wholesalo Jewelry house, a lot cf fine tripplo plaited jewelry, to bo distributed without regard to cost to our subscribers, who pay up to date and ono year in advanco, and to ovcry now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. Wo havo numbered ovcry articlo in the liBt, amounting to sovcral hundred pieces and thoy will bo sent out to thoso entitlod to them in tho ordor in which tho subscriptions aro" received. Tho jewelry is mado from tho best rolled gold plato and is warranted for fivo years. Any articlo that does not givo roasonablo satisfaction, can bo returned and wo will repair or forward a now duplicate articlo in its place. Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies' Pins, Charms and Lockets, Finger Rings, Gents' Chains, Ladies' ChainB, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., amounting to over $200 for tho jowclry alono, boBideB othor articles of Merchcndiso. Tho amount is only limited by the number Ear-ring- s, son-in-la- bo-Ho- of subscribers received. What wo want is to increase our subscription list. Wo want to put tho News into ovcry homo in Breckenridgo and Moado counties, and wo aro willing to givo up soino of our hard oarnod dollars to do it Both the young people were embarrassed a moment. for Tho first person Bending ub a dollar will get tho first articlo numIlandsomo Jano Billop wantbered in tho list below, tho next tho secondarticlo, and so on through ed a husband. Sho looked into tho glass and saw tho entire list. beauty. Into tho schedules of her fathor's will and sow heiress. If you aro already a subscriber examino tho label on your paper Sho determined to throw her and bco how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough monoy to pay , as soon ns sho could discover tho right person to pick it up. you up to date and ono year in advanco, and this will cntitlo you to ono "Ho must belong to a great family," thought tho young lady. "Ho must of our premiums. Tho premiums rango in prico from 25 cents to $20. hand-kcrchi- nt gon-tlcma- n. pin-nac- promiso mo to bo a great man. Ho must lovo mo to distraction. I hato tho nnmo of Billop! I should lewk lovely in a wedding dress!" Sho was very young, very promaturo, motherless, tho daughter and companion of n coarse man who had basely mado a groat fortuno. Rich rogues always fancy that their children will inherit only tho wenlth and nono of tho Bin. They are shocked when tho paternal baso motal crops out at boiiio now vein in their progeny. Bettor not and oppress, papa, if you wish your daughtors to bo puround your sons honest! Colonol Billop did not livo to know what kind of an hoiress ho and his morciless nvarico had fathered. "I must see this young Brothertoft," Jano's roverio continued. "Poor follow, I havo got all his property! Mr. Skaats says ho Is a vory distinguished young gentleman, nnd will bo ono of tho first mon of tho provinco. Iliindsomo, too, and knows lords and ladies in England! Let mo seo! I cannot meet him anywhere so soon nfter tho funeral. But ho might call on mo nbout business. I feol so lonely and solemn! And I do not scein to havo nny frionds. Everybody courts mo for my money, and yot thoy look down upon mo, too, bocauso my father mado his own fortune." Colonel Billop hnd taken much pains to teach his daughter business habits and instruct hor in nil tho detnils of management of proporty. Sho sat down nt hor desk, nnd in a bold round hand indited tho following note: "Mr. Skaats, Mies Blilop's agent, begs that Mr. Brothertoft will do him tho favor to call at tho houso in Wall stroot tomorrow at eloven. Mr. Skaats is informed that thoro Is a picturo at tho manor houso which Mr. Brothortoft values, and ho would bo pleased to mako arrangement for tho lato owner's retaining it." Skillful Jano! to whom a Vandyck was less worth than its length and breadth in brocado. Sho scaled this note with Colonol Blilop's frank motto, "Per omnia ad opes," and dispatched it. Edwin was dolightod nt tho prospect of recovering his ancestor. It is a mighty influenco when tho portrait of a noblo forefather puts its oyo on ono who woars his namo, and says, by tho languagG of an unchanging look: "I was a Radical in my day; bo thou tho samo in thinol I turned my back upon tho old tyrannies and heresies, and struck for tho now liberties and boliofs; my liberty and belief are doubtless already tyranny and heresy to thino ngo; striko thou for tho now! I worshiped tho purest God of my generation it may bo that a purer God is to thlno; worship him with thy wholo heart." Such a monitor is priceless. Edwin was in a very grateful mood whon ho knocked at tho door in Wall stroot lo 2Li,u.c:fe37 People. : Ear-ring- Tho following persons havo already received valuablo prizes W. D. Coleman, Woldon, Ky., Ono Gent's Gold Chain, prico $4.00 W. R. Moorman, Planter's Hall, Ky., Ono Lady'B Brooch, prico 81.00. Marcus Kincheloo, Hardinsburg, Ky., Ono Lifo of Garfield, prico $1.00 s, Clm8. Anderson, Guston, Ky., Ono pair Lady's Gold $1.00. J. M. Hook, Hardiiisburg, Ky., Ono Gent's Gold Ring, $1.00. W. H. Richardson, Louisville, Ky., Ono Riding Bridle, $1.00. Mrs. Sarah J. Furrow, Cloverport, Ky., Ono Gent'sSaddlo, $2.50. It was just what her husband wanted. E. T. Drano, Hudson, Ky., Ono Webster's Dictionery, $1.50. A. C. Glascock, McDaniols, Ky., One pair Lady's Gold Bracelets, $4.50 G. D. Glascock, McDaniols, Ky., Ono Monarch Shirt, $1.00. Many othor premiums of different values havo been sent out, but space provents us from giving a further list. Tho list continues good. PREMIUM LIST. 2355 2350-- Ono Ono Gent' Brilliant Scarf Tin in gold scttinc, given by SHORT HAYNES, The Drujjfllst & 100 by FRANK HASWELL, The Jewelery, 50 25 15 25 Drufl- 1 pair Gold Hnrdlnsburg, Ky 2357 Ono Book, Hunting in tho West, by G. O. Shiolds, paper 2358 Ono Lady'B Gold Collar Button 2359 One Gent's Gold Collar Button 2360 Ono Lady's Corset, given by BEARD tf. BEELER, Merchants and 2301 2302 2303 2304 2305 23C0 2307 2308 TO UK CONTINUED. to ld 0. N. Eogers, Y., ato nothing but dry bread for threo years on account of that torriblo disease, Dyspepsia. Ho states that ho was entirely cured by Dr. Halo's Household Tea and can now cat anything. This greatest medicino known is sold nt 25 and So conts per puckago at Short 01 Adams, N. & Hayncs. GREGORY & CO., Headqaarteri for Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich igan Piaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by tho Barrel, Plaster Hair, One Book, Undo Tom's Cabin, by Harriet Bccchcr Stowe, paper Ono Gent's Collar Button Ono Lady's Collar Button , Ono Cuff Box, leather, given by B. F. BEARD & CQ.j Generrl Mer- 1 00 chants, Hardinsburg, Ky ' 25 2377 Ono book, Monsiour LcCoq, by Emllo Gaborian, paior '. 2378 Ono book, Tho Englishman of tho Kuo Cain, by II. T. "Wood 25 . 2370-- Ono Pair Gold Cull Buttons, given by WITT & MEAD0R, Merchant and Druggists, Hardinsburg, Ky 50 2380 Ono Gent's Collar Button 16 2381 Ono Gent's Collar Button 20 2382 Ono Gent's Collar Button 25 2383 Ono Lady's Collar Button 15 2381 Ono Lady's Collar Button 20 2385 Ono Lady's Collar Button 25 2380-- 10 1 00 ApploTrocs from HIGHLAND NURSERY, Cloverport, Ky 2387 Ono Novel, Hor Desporato Victory, by Mrs. Payne, paper 25 ,.... 2388 Ono Gent's Gold Collar Button 25 2380 Ono Novel, Tho Scout, by W. Gilmoro Simms, paper 20 2300 Ono Novel, Stranded, A Story of tho Garden City, ,25 2391-- Ono Gont's Whlto Shirt, givon by HARDIN L BROWN, Fancy Grocers , and Gent's Furnishings, Hardinsburg, Ky 100 2302 Ono Lady'B Gold Collar Button 25 2303 Ono Novel, Tho Dovila Dio, by Grant Allon, paper. 25 239-Ono Gent's Gold Collar Button 25 2305 Ono Lady's Silver Thirablo 50 2300-O- no "Tho Hoosior School Master," cloth bound, given by ALEXANDER & PILE, General Merchants, Custer, Ky., mailed at onco to tho party who Is entitled to it by tho donors. Ed. Prico 125 2397 Ono Novol, Hunting in tho West, by Goo. Shiolds 25 2398 Ono Box (threo cakci) super Tripplo Scented Toilet Soap . 50 .,, 2390 Ono Gospel Hymns and Sacred Songs 25 2400 Our FamllyThyslan. A plain, practical and reliable gutdo to tho Detection and Treatment of Diseases common to this country. Cloth bound. Prico , 800 2300 2370 2371 2372 2373 2374 2376 2370 gists, Hardinsburg, Ky Ono Gcnt'B Soarf Pin with beautiful set Ono G ent's Scarf Tin One Lamp, given by S. A. HAFFEY & CO., Dry Goods Merohants, Hardinsburg, Ky Ono book, Tlullling Scenes, liy T. M. Newpom, paper Ono Gent's Collar Button Ono Lady's Collar Button Ono Lady's Silver Thirablo Ono pair Lady's Gold Cuff Buttons with pin and chain, raised ornaments, given by T. C. LEWIS, Jeweler and Wat oh repairer, Har' dinsburg, Ky Ono book, Tho Kcout, by W. G. Eitnrns, paper Ono Gent's Scarf Tin Ono Gent's Scarf Pin Ono t...... 25 20 25 50 25 25 25 30 l 00 25 50 25 20 23 25 15 Gout's Scarf Pin . ...,...., Pine & Poplar Shingles al- - This list will ho oontinucd in our noxt. follow. Moro Gc son-in-la- Brick, Flow Handles, Pioe Flooring warikepton hand. Orders ao- oompsnied by cash prompt ly nlled. JNO. D, BABBAGE, PLO it &', '' a