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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893012501_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 1893 $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. BRECKENRIBGE NEWS VOL. . i1 XVII. Milling CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1893. THUEE-OHAPT- Irvington PAItT EIl VI. "Am I the wimu Ikiing?" sho thought. "Am I tho meek Consent have pitied 1 COMPANY. . irviNgton, ky. Merchant and Custom Millers, Grain Dealors and Manufacturers of the I m. Highest Grades m o f7! jfitil LJ9fe?wMyiy - nnd wept with so long? No; 1 havo ceased to 1k a spiritless nobody. I nm almost sorry that help from without is coming to mo. I should llko to stand up'now nnd say: 'Madam, of you an a womnn I will not sponk as n mothor yoi are a tyrant nnd I defy you. 1 dufy yoit and this brute, not half so base as yon, whom you havo dared to nniuo by tho sacred name of lover, whom you havo called in to aid you in dishonoring your child.' Yes; 1 could almost say that to her now. Is it possible? Is it possible that n womnn can so hato a wonjan? I never felt what tho sanetltj of hiy womanhood was until now now thnt I perceive this misorablo plot This defiant mood was strong within hor. But presently, ns sho looked at Kerr, growing redder with too much dinner and too much wino, laughing nt Tilrf men rnnrxn 4ftbia unit tlirivlinp nf iicj great vulgar compliments; nnd Mien nil at once, In contrast, roso tho figuro pf thu other major ns sho hnd pafutcd him, disgust so mastered her that sho sprang up, pleaded a headache and fled to her chamber, to wait ami hopo and doubt and pray alone. Megrims again," said tho lover sulk-Hns she dKipeared. "1 don't liko it. Sho didn't run away from Jack Andre r 5i3-5E-S3-SSS- IF YOU ARE H COLD WE CAN WORLD'S Gold dollars given away with Men's SUITS or because that's what it amounts to. Theso Souvenir Half Dollars cost just $1 in Chicago nnd can't bo bought for ono kt, S against it." ffi'ji. ,'TMw OK Roller Process B . '' Roller Process OoxrL ZLvEeeLL 5 Bran, ShipstufE and ZFHSIEXD. Ample capital, the host quality of grain and modorn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to k FOR EVENING WEAR. The bcnutlful cortle itu bal on the left It of metallic luster velvet, bordered with llue-- t with aatlti. fur nnd The .klrt U nplit up the back, allowing the dreM train to allow. The dress la of brocaile ami white luce over (Utln. The reception tlreM on the right I. of nrmure .Ilk, with rich p.iuemcnterie i,n the bottom, the whole trimmed with lace lu Jabot fdlli, priuceue iliape. Edwin Brothertoft 11Y pro- - 'duce results unsurpassed, Orders promptly filled and cartful attention given to .EDWIH WINTHROP. CopyI'rlRiit, iSjj, by United State. Hook Cnmpiny amtpulillihsd by'.pcclal arranKCincnt wun inein. SirXlU'SIS. TAUT I Udwm Hrothcrtoft, heir ton manor nn the llud.on, i. left an orphan with the iiMiinr heavily marlKiiRcd In the llillnp e.tate. lie goc. to New York city to teek hi. fuitime. C1IAI". TKIl IV Jane Illllop, the II, Hop helrc... (,'.iln. an interview with young Hrothertcift. V The llillnp and llrutliertoft furtunei are nulled by inarrlKe. VI llrnthcrtoft Kn " a eulnulal inlt.lon to Ungluud. MrC. llrollicrtDft .ihciiiiiIi. to unclomanla and long, for a title lllrth nt a ilaiiKliler, I.ucy, and return home. VII The manor home berqincn the retort nt reilcn.iti, llrothcrtolt I. at hut exiled by wife and d.iuhter lie loin, the patriot.. PAItT II Major 1'eter SVcrrett, nld to Oen. eral WathinKtnn, arrive at Gcnernl Putnam', CIIAI'-TKpatilot campat III Skerrctt volunteer, to lead a party to "cut out" Captain Kerr, u redcoat, who I. a guest at llrnthcrtoft manor. IV Kdwin llroth-crtouewn a. Sergeant Lincoln, I. among Skerr.tt'. men. A .crvant from the manor, Voltaire, bring, new. to camp. V Mr.. Ilrnth. crtonde.lgn. that I.ucy .hall marry Captain Kerr. Vl I.ucy I. anxious to escape. VII Skerrctt take. Voltaire Into the plot to capture Kerr and reKuc I.ucy. VIII Jicrck Dewitt an old manor hand, la Skerrctt'. guide, I'AKT III ltcdcoat. are at llrotoertoft manor Voltaire prepare, for Lucy', (light to the I'lih-kiI'lliklll-oii.tlie.lludoll xfvJfc.?: tOr '. CUSTOM WORK. For any further information call on or address the IRVINGTON MILLING ..v . $$',: $. Sri COMPANY. ..' i , IRVINGTON, KY. ft, Lucy, leaving Voltaire in tho pantry,-nwas described, . ran up stairs and fneed her wedding 'dress without flinch-luIt is not generally a sight to blanch tho cheeks of a young lady. Indeed, ono may fancy that u roso finer than roses might bud in the heart, nnd bloom from neck to forehead, when n brido flret beheld tho lily white drapery of her hour of immolation. Lucy noither blanched nor blushed. "Bo bravo! bo prudent!" tho warning of her unseen protector was ringing in her cars. Sho saw it, inscribed on a label nnd hanging from tho lips of her vision of his faco. Tho bravo do not blanch. Tho prudent do not blush. So sho quietly joined tho busy circlo, took n needle and stabbed tho wedding dress without mercy. It was a monstrous relief thus to kill time. Sho did herself, for tho hour, her "quietus mako with a bare bodkin," nnd tho other weapons of a modisto. Stitch, stitch, ttitch! Scam nnd gurnet ivml g. baud! Hwb; K fe-.- v . READ THE ; . '.: : GOOD V L".: f MEWS V ?V-'.i-" " ' '''.GREAT '"' ' MARK 5r DOWN SALE . "Ah!" she thought, "what a blessing is this distraction of labor! I have shed my tears. If I were to sit inactive I might brood myself into despair. If I wero to think over my wrong I might llnmo out too soon. If I look nt my camp. 1 "So much do better; duyil eat youni. mother I begin to dread hor again. 'long, now. Stay hum tonight and know sho could master mo still. O Go don't come roun hero foro tomorrow my God! sustain moI through theso last never know how noon. Bo kcorilo, now Eat till today hours of my peril! nnd pick tomorrow to keep. Von don't great it wad until now. I foresaw a look to mo liko boys who is prepared to misery, but tho degradation of giving myself up to this man 1 novor oven dlo." dreamed of. ' I am ashamed, ashamed Tho pair obeyed and departed solemnly. Nothing but chestnuts could saro to recall that thcro havo been instants them from tho worm that never dioth. when I tolerated him, whon I thought Thoro wero two very gnivo and earnest that ho was not so very gross and lads that day cracking burrs in tho conrso. I pray God that tho Biicrcdncss of my soul is not sjioiled." grovos of Brolhortoft manor. A groat agony stirred ,Plato stared in consternation as ho bosom nt this thought. in her maidenly Sho bent closer saw his regiment disbanded. Voltaire winked with both eyos and to her work. She know that hor I chuckled enormously. "Don't you ask mo no questions, Plato," says ho, "an yon won't liavo no lies to complex yor mind. I meant to clare do kitchen, olo fokes, young fokos, an so I scared oil dem boys, ho, hoi Now I'zogwino to gib you a conundrum, .' . af AT V! . Plato." ' Plato let go Volanto's tail, which ho was combing, and pricked up his cars. "What does n young lady do when she don't want to marry her fust husband?" cheerfully. c" W ' Throughput our cntiro establishment, hi view of tlio fact tlmt wo liavo just closed ono of tlio moHt successful years In our" existence, wo lmvo determined to inako a "Marries her second," guessed Plato clcanwecp of what remains of C tr Woolen Goods ,.of nil description. , Thoso who nro not In imtnedinto need ,' Iwlll do well to purchase for tho future. Men's floota for $1.75 ., w.t. m$ ,k'. J' LrKi worth $2.',75 i.Co '" ft. v ,00 2J 1.75 . Ono "" ' lot of Men's and Hoys' Hoots $1.00 Worth $1.50 to $2.60, going at $1.25 70c. HJK, vT "Ono lot of Lad's Shoes worth to $1.75, going Men's O'von-wt. for...... " 0.08. L'iW trt i 3 - --- v '. - cij " " for $12.00, worth $18.00 " " 15.00 0.08, " 10.00 1 GooJa marked for half prico on our t tV 1 y ' Bargain Oouncers. ! I i " if" I a 1 G)eo. ' w Yeakel & Co., W ilAto BRANDENBURG, KY. irj4ttt tr WAYNE'S 23 ;a; vftbvirt DINTMENTi Uj lwrU cu. AS If49 J lMMLl ka&if tlia ksblaLaa hljji kbi4 KabIjW J Iavt fM "Plato! 1'zo ashamed of you. Dat would bo bigamy," Tho crestfallen groom gave it up. "You gib it up?" says tho propounder. "Well, sho says to her coachman, it's bery mysterious dat do coachman's uamo is Plato. Hho says to him, Plato!" "What?" interjected" tho other. "Nober interrumpdo speakcrl" cliidcd Voltaire. "Sho says, 'Plato, yon know my mare.' Says he, 'Your maro miss? Says Bhe it's mysterious, but Yolanty is her uamo 'Now, Platb, you jess jioot an udder oat in her manger nn groom her slick us a hot grid-dlnnd seo do girts nnd do bridlo is right.' And Bays she, 'Plato, don't you complex yonr mind wedder do answer to dat conundrum ain't suthin about ritnnin away. But jess yon wait till do sobbeu seal is opened.' " Hero tho namesako of him of Forney gave n wise binocular wink. Tho other philosopher's namesako also eclipsod his whites with n binocular wink. Ho divined whero his sire had been traveling In tho past thirty-si- x hours. Ho had nodded through thu watches of last night to let tho' senior in undiscovered. He knew of tho interview with old Snm Oalaworthy anil Hondrecua Unnady an hour beforo sunrise lie comprehended enough of tho plot to enjoy it as a magnificent conundrum which ho could guess nt all day, sura that tho seven seals of mystery would bo oponod by and by. Voltalro limped back to tho houso and his pantry. Ilia butler countonauco full as ho contemplated thu empty bottles of yestorday's banquet. Ho could almost have wopt them full if ho had known any chemistry to change salt tears to wine. "How those redcoats drinkl" bo mut-toro"Our collnr wont last many more such campaigns. I must get up some fresh wino for today, nnd a little brand v to detoriorAte Major Korr," Vol-nnty, d. mother's eyes wero upon her. Sho heard, without marking, tho tattlo of tho maids. f. "Fly, llttlo necdlel" sho said to "Measnro off this pauso In my life! Every stitch is a second. Sixty nro a miuute. Minutes mako hours, nnd hours wear out tho weary day. Evening must come. If 1 can but bo brave and prudent I shall seo my father nnd his noble friend and bo safo." Her needle galloped at the oxclteinout of tho thought. Mrs. Brothertoft looked at her and frnld to hor heart with a sneer: "Pretty creature! sho consoles hersolf, it eccuis. Our boozy, rubicund bridegroom begins to look quite pale nnd interesting', teeu through a bridal veil. The touch of whito rflk cures her scruples easily, Alt! tho Mushing bride will be resigned to hor bliss. Bah! that I I should dread such a pretty, silly tridorl What a fool I was to think her different from other simiwrlug girls! So this is tho meaning of all her coy little wiles and her headaches. Headaches! Sho may havo as many tut sho pleases now in hor peuslvo bower. Ah! I comprohoiid theo now, fair hyjiocrite! Tho slender fingers mo impatient for tho ring. Fly, little bird, to the losom of thy sikhiko. Perhaps ho will not qnlto crush thy poor, silly heart. And I havo been afraid of her! Sho is so tickled with her wedding favors that she will presently bo kissing nio again for gratitude with moro fervor than ever. But I am sick of her simplicity, I am tired of her 'Dearest mammas!' 1 should strangle her, 1 daro say, if sho veto not taken off. Sho grows more llko (hat Edwin Brothertoft lately." "Your dress Is reatly to try on, Miss Luoy," said Mrs. Jicrck Dewitt. So then was a mighty rustle, nnd a headless, nnnlcss torso of stiff whito silk roso up and stood on its skirt. It did Dewitt great credit. .Hit if her chnractor had only Wen equal to her Rkilll But sho wits u brazen hussy, and Bully, hor sister, no letter. Tel inaltro, tel valet, One positively bad woilmii spoils many negatively bad ones. It would not seem at all unfair if. destiny took advantage of tho harm done Jiorck Dcwitt's wife n punishing tho lady of tho manor through hor means. Lucy still fuoed her wedding dress without flinching. Sho may even have thought that if tho worst eainoitwa. becombetter to go to tho guillotino ing array. It Is, perhaps woman to say, "My heart .is broken, but my bodico tits without a fold." hor-Bol- fled to her chamber. Nombro do Dicdenl what n lit! Thcro stands tho lady, within tho peff iect dress! beautiful to three poiuU of ndmiratiou. Sweot eighteen can bear low neck by broad daylight. Tho struggle in her heart wifh nil her wild emotions of terror mid hopo was as great n bonntilier its tho presenro of critical wedding guests, tho rustle of n tho electric touch of a gny gold ring nnd tho flrut c1np of tho hand of a husband. yesterday." And you, oh, Peter Skerrctt! you have "Oh, let her nmuso herself with headshaved off your mustache and donned a aches, if she pleases," said tho lady of coat much too small you havo mado a 1 guy or vourseir for your first interview tho manor. "I understand the child. Btiw her this morning over her wedding with this angel! Shall the personal Impression sho may drdss. Sho is as eagor for tho happy already havo mado Ik) hero revised nnd uidment as any lover could wish." tjSo you think she shams coy?" corrected? No: for this is not real sun''Yes," said Mrs. Brothertoft; and sho shine upon her. If sho is ever photowas willing to beliovo it. graphed, it shall bo in her bright, not in "Well, gijod night, protty creature! her dark day.' Lot her wait till fuller maturity for description! It is easy to Let it go up stairs and think how sweet seo tho Brothertoft in her. Sho blonds it will look tomorrow in its silks utul IiIccm. What, are you going too, my tho tender grace of tho lady in Yandyck's picturo with tho quiet dignity of the mamma?" OYos. Tako your glass of wine gentleman. But is there not kindling quietly. Wo will havo supper Into. I in her faco tho vigor of another race, hor mother's? Perhaps a portrait now would mil going to dozu n little in tho parlor. 1 dreamed troublesome dreams last bolio her final look. night." "You nro liko nn nngel, Miss Lucy," "By George!" said Kerr, as sho closed Bald Mrs. Dawltt, Sho was. Sho stood thcro in bridal tho door. "Splendid woman! Twice ns robo, veil and wreath. Her hands wero handsomo as tho Duchess of Uurgoylu! clasped firm to control her insurgent I suppose shu thinks thu Kerrs will taku h:.irt. Her lips wero pirtod and sho her up when shu goes to England. No was whispering to herself, "Bo brave! mu'aml We can't quite stand that. Bo prudent!" lleroyes overlooked tho You got all you can expect out of mu present nnd saw hopo in tho blue sky when you've married oil your daughter on, mo. Now, then, it's going to bo above tho golden Highlands through solemn business, drinking alone." her window. Yes: liko nn angel. PAKT THUEE CHAPTER VII There was a hush for a moment. Tho three bnd women thu port hoyden, tho .fulso wifo nnd tho proud mistress of tho manor wero silenced and abashed. Again tho old pang stirred in thu M-r- .. fTyf mother's bosom. Again she longed to a tr V!Ti i throw herself nt her daughter's feet and pray forgiveness. But again sho gained that defeat of a victory over her womanliness. Sho trampled down the weak-.nes- s of rejicntnnce. --The hedhtuuluok. flickered over her features, and sho hardly restrained her furious impulse to leap forward and rend tho iunoeei.t faco and tho maiden botoui that so shinned her. "You do look just llko nn nngel, Miss Lucy," Ahby Dewitt asseverated, with tho air of u conuaisseuso in tho article. "Don't sho, Sally?" Tho two thereupon gavo tonguo to volublo flatteries. "Yonr work docs you great credit, Dowitt," Lucy said. "Mamma, cannot "ll'c will wto her." wo spare Ahby and Sally to go homo to Plot and counterplot at Brothertoft tho farm tonight? They deserve a holi- manor. And meautimo, what has day nfter this long confinement. And counterplot without tho houso been tomorrow will bo a busy day again." "Of courso, my dear, if tlioy wish it." doing? If Edwin Brothortoft nnd Peter SkerMrs. Brothertoft was glad to put her rctt could hnvo traveled by daylight daughter under obligation. Tho women again gavo tongue with through tho highlands, then this narrathanks. They wuro always, as Voltaire tive, marchiug with lliein, might havu had said, ready to get away for a froliu. seen what duo things they saw, and told Lucy smiled to hersolf at tho easy suc- of them. But tlioy went cautiously by cess of her stratagem. Shu had packed night. They saw llttlo but tho stars off baggage and baggage, without susoverhead and thu faint traces of their picion. "Whnt n conspirator I am becoming!" shy path. At tho chilly dawn of day sho thought. "Ahl silly Lucy, tho wo find them nt tho rendezvous in the child, the thing to be flung away! Sho, hills behind Peekskill, trying to beliovo too, can help unfile the evil bchenies that there was warmth in tho warm colagainst herself. When theso coarse ors of the woods and waiting for Jicrck women nro gono thcru will bu not a soul Dowitt. but friouds within a milu of tho house." Presently ho nppcniod.In high spirits. Dinner was tardy today after tho Into "We've come in tho nick of time," following tho revel. breakfast said ho, "Tho redcoats havo dono all azoto by the lungful had given tono to Major Kerr's system. His tho harm they could about here. They've nppetite for meat and drink wero in full drnwed in every innn.niiil nrooff at sunforco again, all thu stouter for this rise- up river for Kingston. They ullow if they set a fuw towns Ulro that Genmorning's respite. o "Whnt u lucky dog I inn," ho said, eral Gates will turn his hack to and tako to passln buckets." "to dodge that expedition of Vaughau's! "Bang!" hero sisiko tho sunrise gun at I'm 'tho soldier lired of war's alarms,' Fort Montgomery, Miss Lucy," "Bang! bang! bnugf ' tho three frig"You do not caro about laurels any ates responded. more," Mrs. Brothertoft said, with hor Dunderberg grumbled with loud half sneer. echoes. Ho was pleased to bo awaited when I can got roses." "Not His look with this brought flro into by tho song At birds; but tho victorious noise of British cannon ho protested Lucy's cheeks. "No," resumed ho: "I should Imj glad ngniust, liko u good American. enough to help burn the dashed rebels' (To bo Continued.) houses over their heads, arid them, too, Every Other One. hi their beds. Hero's confusion to 'em, and luck to Jack Burgoynel 1 hato tho Tho currant paragraph relating that vulgar 'varmint.' But 1 don't want to 0,000,000 packages ami pieces of baggngo leave a good dinner to see bonfires. 1 kuow whero I'm well off, nnd going to havo been handled nt a Pennsylvania Union station in tho past year would ho be better. Eh. MibS Lucyr" Her heart began to throb and her moro bo more interesting if it had given head to aehu nt ouco, a hint of tho number of packages and "This goosu has got a bark on thick baggago pieces that had been "busted" ns nu oak treo," ,)iitinued tho valiant in that time. St. Ixuiis trencherman, muling nu incision. "Uivo mo another cut of beef tho red, with plenty of fat and plenty of gravy, if you pleaso, my mamma that shall lie. I need support when tho parson op3us his batteries tomorrow. Eh, Miss Lucy? With this ring theo 1 wed, and with nil my worldly' Hain't got any goods. I'll endow you with all my worldly debts and toll tho Jews to shift the security. Haw, bawl'' He laughed boisterously. This coarse luenn stirred tip echoes of repulsion in Lucy's heart. How sho longed to fling defiance at him! Patlonco sho almost bit tho word in two with hor tcoth set hard upon it. Ono rash expression would bo ruin; but great rcdhot shot of scorn burned within her. She discovered that thoro was strong language in her vocabulary. It grow significant to her now. Shu was Co-Lowell, beginning to half understand horsolf at last. When tho boiler grows hot the' water feels Its Intent'stearn. sur-pllc- o, 5ncjmin! up, plcmlal a hendnche nnd - OVER-COAT- SWARM YOU With ono of our cent less. FAIR Ever) body wants one. Business houses, bunks, etc., all over the country are SELLING them, but WE GIVE them away FREE AS AIR and with EVEnY Man's Suit or Heatbig$tove$ I Prices liko tho weather below SOUVERHR Overcoat, regardless of tho price. WHY? Simply to attract attention to the fact that we are now holding the greatest sale of CLOTHING Unit Louis- CUT-PRIC- E ZERO. L COIftlS ville over saw. Our situation is DESPERATE. We can't get into our new house this Spring, and wo can't handle the enormous Spring stock, already ordered, in our Temporary Quarters, PAYNE li&SS-S-Ow35-3?D3CSSSWS5S & COJ FREE wo ran unload Winter stock RIGHT NOW. So we've put on prices that will paialjro competition and MAKE folks BUY CLOTHING whether they need it or not. UNLESS OLOVERPORT, KY. AT Wo have but a limited number of theso Souvenir Coins, and can't tell how long MAIL they will last. ORDERS will he filled in the order in which thev are received. Send quick ii you want it coin. 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Without the requirements of wading through pagea of Irrelevant ma WKHKI.Y TIMKS glvea to Ha rtadere the allied graluaof thought. AND KVIJKY ISSIUJ 18 AN KDUOATOH I at n glance tuaaea every reauer a coamopoiue, anu unugi mo ' hla very door. glrea more for the money than any other weekly paper In Amur: It Only a Year. tulnlng, and valuable good for the whole family. Agcnti wintod In every locality. Money for Ita world'a fair new Ii the moat complete and reliables HUenti In working for it. . It la a bureau of Information for Ita aubicrlbera, asawerlng anything d" m:n Ita agricultural department contalna tlio beat from allioure. na.iii'i.i: Gh'iiHj (he uddrwes i yamrclf It ak every Intelligent man and woman to become a lubicrlber, Ua3Efi SEND and Jit neiildiou ulto umt the right! of the too oppretied, and the weak agalnat Ittetttoh SIX bv Influence and ubbrlbcd by caln, and beildci elvlnB the lest of ereryttriJ frtt cojdet. Agent Tenni, NAMES Write for bar'vaj t l.t.,l,.,lnl ! ..Iiiili.iiil in llt.nn. Illiftrtv. anil l&w. Sample coplea tent on application. Addroaa Clubi of ilx for Five Dollarf a year. , Addrcii Hud-yard i AUKirilLTUIUI. Dri'AUTUKNT Ii tlio Lrit In tlio Innil. Its H uMKN'snml Ciiildhkn's coluuitia nro nf unuiual ilciiucstlo Interrtt. Hi Bi'kciai, KrATVKiMouit mure money than it pniil by any tun Southern iaert combine for gonorul rcaillng matter. IU NKWS Ulll.UUNS CUVFR TIIK nOULII. Hill Arp nrltea fur It. Dr. Tn'mao prmcliei fur It Jool Uhundlcr llarrii (Uiielo Ileum), Wallace V. Heed ami Frank I,, Stanton are regularly employed liy It. A. M. Welr(Sargo l'lunkett) hai n weekly No nunllon of national Importance and all political and economic queattoqij national ouei brglna In Congreia. They aro canvnaied and dlicuiaed by tfc prrai, nnd when lliey trach coogrcia that body baa merely the detalla to copjj CIIICAOO WKIIKl.Y TIMES haa becoino the rccognlied leader of the great !j" nro It Is a Magazine $1.00 ioii oopii:. down-trodde- o?iaynjiS CONSTITUTION, ATIjANTA, A Urge number ul of: OIHOA.G1 C( f The Best ja. J. 0. 1101) UN K, Dressing Restores hair Dr. J. C.Ayer& Mass. J. M. HARl'KH, DANIEL j FRUIT TREES At tin BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS which has become thin, faded, or gray. Hardinsburg Nursery, l'or next Tall delivery. Order wliat ynu want Anything we haven't on hand, we will proem Itftlr youlil the lowett ratea. Manager llardlniburg Nurnry. HAHDINSDUHO.KY- Commission Salesmen of Liv CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOOK YARDS. ZACK. GREEN, . BRRGKHNRIDGK NEWS, OLxOVEXRPORT, KY. Tt looks liko MeCrcary. And two to oiio that it will ho iMcOrvnry. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. CUSTER. BEWLEYVILLE. No school Friday, there being no Dr. Lnmbtith is quite feebio from the Mn. EniTon. Having now for near wood. cfTects of la grippo. four years adhered strictly to a close 'vdskHBrs and Joel Pile went to Hardinsburg this cosh system, I havo thought that this s ssbt I'amnger Dally arr. IUrdlDibarg12:4J p.m. Mr. Watlien has been out with Dr. morning. Sk ought to bo assurance enough that I OOIXO tlHT. The Nkws is n rattling good paiicr this Pusoy In his sleigh. ranenger Dally arr. HarJlnibarg 7i50 a.tn Miss Lorn Pilo was visiting Miss Ethel would continue right on in tho same week, if wo do my it ourselves. Tho pastime last Sunday was walking Cnrd. Sprlngato Sunday. way without having to tell it over nnd ,....10.01 a.m. nnd riding across the Ohio. .10.41 i.m. rest Ukx Butler's brnin it is said weighed Hico Carlton will lenvo for the Upton-vili- o ever in every number of your paper. In Lout begins February 23d. Judge O. O. Kichardson, of Louisville, S.&7 p.m. East this I find I urn a little mistaken as souio school in n few days. 9.48 n. m. four ounces mora than tho great bruin of Easter will fall on April 2d this year. Wtit was hero last week on business. 11.19 a.m. Daniel Welwter. East and Zcllard Board wont of my customers around the outer circle Luther Marr V. W. Vessels wentto Frankfort MonCoasting is decidedly tho fad. Young, West -- 10.05 a.m. of my territory aro nibbling nt tho bait to Big Spring Saturday trading. day. old, big, little, black and white. offered by souio of your mora persistant takes n fellow with a mighty big It Rally Tucker, West View, visited his advertisers. Miss Ella Smith arrived homo last Sat'Squire Willis Bates was in town a fow ITTENTION CITIZENS. tonguo to lick tho new Columbian urday. days sinco and reports Hhod Peak quite brother, Dick Tucker, lost week. Comic pictures and monkey talk seems will bo a meeting of tlio stamps at ono swipe. Gilbert Pile spent Saturday and Sun- to havo a charm for somo people, but it Something new and novel at Heard & ill of pneumonia. of this city, at tho Dicckonridgo seems to mo that it would say to tho Miss Maggio Green has proven to bo n day with Dr. Wilson below Burns. Six pages forty-eigcolumns and Heeler's. 10 o'clock to nrrango for Otto Trent has just returned from n mora considerate, that a business adTho spring term of school will open most conscientious, successful assistant mora than thirty of these devoted to ainmentof tho Clay Workers' two week's visit to friends in Louisville. vertised by monkey talk would bo conin tho High School. lion which will visit our city next local and current reading matter is what next Monday. Mrs. Tom. Carman, Duncan's Valloy, ducted, just as somo havo found to their out to its patrons tills hey nro coming ISO strong, nnd the Nr.ws Percy Young is still with his mother Hcadquaitcrs for family groceries, at spent Thursday hero visiting and shop- cost, on monkey prices somo quality of week. Aro you a subscriber? duty of every citizen who has n at tho St. Cloud Hotel. Ho is enjoying Hardin A Hrown's. goods bought by one at $8 and another ping. prido in him for his town, to Sheriff, Hobt. Glascock, was tho coasting season. Benjamin Tliorhill has lately learned at $11. In advertising I want to Bay JtEI'JlESBNTATIVK KIII8 llOS received a in town last Monday. that these pcoplo nro properly Father O'Connor will havo several ser. ro of while among us. Come to favorable report on his bill to rebuild Uncle Sam is about ready to grant lust what I am doing; and when I say Horn, to thowifoof Mr. Tico Miller, last vices next Sunday at tho Catholic that that I sell every single thing that I keep sting. him a pension. tho Uumscy lock on Green river. Ho Friday night, n girl. church at this place. at a close cash prico, I don't say that I expects its passage in a few days. Mr. Misses Essie, Molllo and Ivy Board aro Dr. John Hardin's nunt, (I did not sell every thing for less than It is Bold by Mr. Crawford Pnto, of Owensboro, was K81DE.VT Rutherford II. Hayes died Kills is doing admirable work for his learn name) from Owensboro, is visiting at Vino Grove. Miss Ivy is attending others, but I do say that I eel it as low visiting here last week. iddenly and unexpectedly last constituency. school there. as any ono can afford to bcII it and nearly Judgo Milton Board and N. Mac C. him at.Judgo Falrlcigh's. his homo, Fremont, Ohio. Henry Miller, of Hardin county, left always for less than others sell, less than Mr. Will Ashcraft has taught .us a Mercer went to Owensboro last Monday. The Hon. . F. Willitt was in good school and ho leaves witli tho beXC here Saturday for Louisville niter a four any merchant whoscllson crcditatall can bo miners in the fivo coal mines Tho Music Committee of tho M. E. or fivo day's stay with tho boys. Monday feeling the pulcc of his of tho commuuity. o afford to sell. All kinds of country Church have contracted for a $175 organ. wishes county, went out on n strike ono onstituency on the Senatorial race. Ho Homer, the four year old child of C. mako a largo item in my business, Tho spring term of tho High School .week. They demanded better Winter clothing, boots and shoes at was on tho subject of most nusjilciously. C. Pile, fell and ran a knife through his nnd I give it especial attention, always cost for the next .'50 days, at Heard & opened Monday t how ho would vote. The News inferred paying tho highest prico tho market perProf. McAuliifu needs no commendation. jaw into his mouth a fow days ago. however from certain remarks of the Heeler's. Thcro Is a scarcity of water at many mits, hut not liko some, moro than quoHis work speaks. thought at Washington that gentleman DeputySheriflMillerdld not furnish tho that ho would support LindTho wells and springs being tations, for I can't liko them, catch t Mr. Lewis Forrest, partner of Mr. Jim, places. Congress take action favorably on list of the jurymen to tho News for pubsay. back on tho price of my goods, for every liing of tho World's Fair on Sun- Montgomery, of Kll7.abcthtown, has been lower than for a long time before lication. Three young Mr. Sharjw from Indiana, thing I havo is marked in plain figures in our community for tho past week and President will veto tho measure. Fresli bread and the best line of assort- will remain through court. When Mr. Corlislo gets into tho Treaswere visiting relatives hero last week. and sold to nil at tho same price, whether paid for in cash or produce John Young Ilrown, of Ken- - ury! the country will lie given a look at ed cakes, always on hand, nt Hardin & Mrs. Lydia Dowdcn, widow of S. P. Wo wero unable to sccuro their names. Whilo other merchants as a general seeking to bo U. S. Senator to the books. There has been much talk Hrown's. Hichard Board will bo ofT for Vino Dowdcn, died Saturday night at tho thing at this time of tho year aro letting Mrs. Matilda Allen, wife of Allen Al- homo of Carlisle, but he is of too small about n deficit in tho Treasury under her nephew, Mr. W. II. Pusey, Grove for school as soon as his mother, their stock run down for tho spring -- Cannclton, Times-Telo- Ind. management, and many people len, col'd, died at her homo near hero near Galnsville, 84th, year. Mrs. E. B. Hoard recovers from a spell of trade, I hayo just stocked up full in nearf don't exactly understand how that can last week. sickness. Miss Zula Mai in will teach a four ly every line of seasonable goods bought .Sir, now, just how can you tell be possible, considering the vast sums For beauty and sweetness of tone, buy John Alexander is talking for less and sold for much less than month's term in West Hill school build; about Gov. Urowns caliber. that nro dumped into the machine dally. the WiriiMTZKit Organ and Piano, T. C. ing. Zula is u model young lildy nnd of goinc to Owensboro this week to hear goods bought in tho beginning of tho Mr. Cnrliele, however, will givo an honlowis, agent. tho argument on the railroad suit for season. In place of having a dull season deserves tho patronage of her friends. a great deal of worry and much est impartial statement of matters in the Miss Jesse Schull, of Ohio county, was that $00,000 tax. as others aro having it just now, my Mrs. Clay Hawllngs, a devoted Episcoprk upon tho part of n number of Treasury. here last week visiting her sister, Mrs. palian, is . Our hustling asscsor with his assistants sales aro almost an largo as they wero in elated to know Bishop Dudley citizens of the State, Kentucky Frank llaswell. will be In Grahnmpton tho ensuing Messrs. Bob. Mercer and Joo Whitworth November, which is counted by some, vo nnd exhibit at tho World's Mrs. Sarah McGarv has ouallfied as spring and also an Evangelist from the struck our town Saturday in full forco tho bcsl of tho fall season. How's This. bill appropriating $100,000 fHio I do a large business in orders in goods Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard administratrix of tho estate of Martin Episcopal church to hold n scries of ser- and will continue their work purpose has passed both Iioiisoh McGary, dee'd. that I don't carry in stock and snvo to vices. Mr. Jesso Hoskinson, Constantino's, egisiaturc, and been signed by for any case of Catarrh that cannot be Mr. Clannio Dellaven has bought out cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Misses Jennie and Annlo Hichardson successful public school teacher, was tho parties big money over whnt thoy (rem or and is now a law. " the Interest office Miller in tho dry nro at homo from their extended visit to here Tuesday, and informs us that he would havo to pay if thoy ordered on F. J. C11KNKY & CO., J'rops., Toledo, O. Wo the undersigned, have known F.J. goods business hero. Oklahoma. Wonder if Oberon, king of will havo a good spring term to open be- their own account. Clothing, furniture, koAD Commissioner Woodson lias stoves, dressed lumber, shingles, roofing Keiuember the watcli and chnin and tho fairies didn't find Cupil with his fore long. Washington looking after rates Cheney for the hist 15 years, and believe liim per'ectly honorable in all business bracelets to be given to some customer, arrow, in those western breezes ready for Dr. J. W. Mcndor was called Sunday nnd almost any thing Hint is wanted by railroads in other States for I sweet Kentucky girls? morning to sco Mrs. Malinda Casey, who that I don't keep in stock, will bo ordercoal. In Kentucky there doesn't transactions and financially able to carry at Heard A Heeler's ed on short notice. bo any maximum rates to govern uit any obligations made by their firm. Mrs. Jolly Meadorand Miss Nellie Cox I tried so hard last year to get my fell and dislocated or broke her thigh Cash Stoiik. West A Truax, wholesale Druggists, To- went out to Kphesus last Saturday to at- young friend, A. W. Moremen out of bono. The aged lady is tho honored On for hauling this article. ledo, O., Walding, Kinnin & Marvin, tend Quarterly meeting. mother of Mr. John Casey, ono of our a lower and others n blither Albachelorhood. Morgan yielded, but ics Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. A Few Simple Desserts. charged for hauling coal, thus Chickens, ItahbiU, Hirds, Eggs, Hutter bert lingereth. Girls, he is only waiting best citizens. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and all kinds of country produce 10 price of the commodity at No. 1. To one-hapint of milk add John Carter with Warren A Doll, always for a "Beatrice" to bo a "Benedict" and acting directly upon tho system. Price, on rpoints. just such n one as Shakespeare's, except Louisville, was here lust week soliciting tho same of coffee; sweeten a little. hand, at Hardin A Hrown's. 7.r)C. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. the first of his carcor. spring orders for slioes. John is ono of When boiling hot add two teaspoon fills Mr. Jesso Whitworth, tho railroad Testimonials free. ieii young man has gone wrong Mrs. Allgood Hardin, wife of Mr. Hen. tho best men on tho road and Is pop- of cornstarch, wet up In cold milk. Stir agent, has been confined to his bed for well nnd pour off, when it thickens, into ivillc, but ho only got his cm- the past tun days with fever. He is im- Hardin, died last Wednesday and was ular among his old friends and shapes. Servo with cream. tor a small amount, and when he by tho now ones. brought to her old home, a mile from proving slowly. ed that ho was about to lie de- No. 2. Ono pint of milk ; Bwectcn ; FALLS OF ROUGH. Thousands of tobacco plants can bo Mr. S. T. Day, clerk for Cannon A Cun- town, for interment. Mr. Hardin was skipped for tho West. The cupful of stoned raisins. Whon too ill to accompany the remains. Mrs. saved this spring by tho uso of canvas one-haningham, was visiting here years in was only twenty-tw- o Hardin was a member of tho Baptist over tho beds and thousand of words can hot add two tablespoonfuis of cornstarch: There has been a good deal of .sickness last week. He is said to be badly struck Ifi'boro a good name. This is uroiiud here. church and n most exemplary Christian be saved in buyingfand selling if you will flavor witli lemon. Cook and servo as in -:on one ol our girls. able piece of news to go out character. buy where thousands of yards aro for No. 1. Mrs. F. Ijigtou is improving, hopu to A general lino of select musical imtru-ment- s, Icity aliout young men. Young No. 3 Ono pint of milk, ono-hacupFelix Basham, n few miles from town, sale and that placo is Alexander A Pile's see her out soon again. strings, music, findings for repairs ful of blanched nnd pounded almonds, tho cities and the city wages, ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS TO received u telegram last Tuesday from Tho Hov. C. C. Carman mado two There has been iiitv a number of ties of iiirtruments, price my goods before jcrs of them flock there. Hut cupful of sugar, almond to Owensboro saying his son had been young hearts happy last Wednesday by lmying. T. C. Ixiwis. tiip'd from tliis point. G11125, is certain, until they can learn E?ocIc5, shot. Tho poor fellow was ter tying tho marrlago knot at tho home of flavor. Heat and add two oven Mb Kiiiiim Ifuir, of Louisville, Is visit-n- g Mr. Frank Adkisson and his little son, ribly distressed. Ho of cornstarch. moderately and liandle J galls When nlittlo hadn't tho means Mr. Kit. Martin. contracting Tho Etc., done promptly and neatly. her sister, at this place. ilhs, left last Monday for tho Indian to bring ipjoyer's money honestly, the the body homo for burial, but parties were Mr. Martin's daughter, Miss cool ndd beaten whiles of two eggs. Territory. Mr. Adkisson expects to make one of Ssrvo with whipped cream. had better keen away from rn Mr. I.. Green left for Florida Snturda) our benevolent citizens furnished Delia, and Mr. "Doc" Sprlngato. They CLOVERPORT, KY. Shop West End of Iron d gcBr, No. 4. Ono quart of milk, flavoring u here hu will spend some time for his his future home there. it, thus obeying tho Golden Hule and have the best wishes of their numorous G-IV' ealth. nnd one-hal- f package of gelatino. Soak IMIE .A. A number of parties went to Owenscarrying out ono of tho beautiful Beatifriends. isvillc-Time- s ono hour in milk, then let it get warm gives this pleas- Mr. Mushroe has sold out his ties and boro last Sunday, to attend the Federal tudes in tho Sermon on tho Mount. WHAT WOULP YOU DO (not boiling). Pour Into a mould. It i of Col. Clint McC'Inrty, former- one to Howling drren to" hae some Court in session there this week. The In a letter received from n friend in n If you were so agitated over a little makes a very delicate blanc-mangrailroad suit is expected to come up to- small jjntynnd who is at present n.l)i r worked up into ties. town. Sho says, "I hope your lovo affair that your hand writing could ljxjiiiflvjuu i luurniK nmiMo: Miw Tula Iwis, of Cloverpoit, and day. town was better prepared to meet tho not bo read after you had written to larty was born in JlrecKen- - liss ij'la Jolly, of Jolly's Station, To have your dirty watch clcaned.your severe weather than ours." I suppose Notice. Bjent your girl V Ask Gilbert Pile. Fy in 1831. He is a descend- All thoso who know tliemsolves to bo st Saturday and Sunday with their mint, broken watch mended, your tlnm pieco there has been less suirering hero from rcld Kentucky families of Al- If you ndded bologna, checso and of any denomination made to go ah right scarcity of fuel nnd water Irs. J. Head. than most crackers to your lino of goods and in tho indebted toS. A. Haffy A Co. como forMuttons. He practiced law in ward and settle, by cash or note, as partIn fact, we arc free from pan. Miss Hettle (JiicrtermoiiS after spend-ngi- i ami keep correct time, night aril day. points. Your Watch needs cleaning and !rom 1851 to 1801. Ho was of night somebody should nership has been dissolved. perisni. If tho sable race are destitute, darkness the few weeks with lier sister, Mrs. work or piny, stop at T. C. F oiling once every eighteen niontliB, of tho Kentucky House of hnnga dead dog over your shop door Silverware, spectacles, clocks, watches, thoy deserve no commiseration for it is irown, returned homo yesterday at Inspect our fine lino'of if you would preserve itatitno keepwith a largo and well executed sign nailItives in 117. In 18fi.j ho was chains, guards, pins, rings, buttons, hair due to themselves. pring I.ick. ing qualities. ri candidate on the Jlrcckcn- ed near which read liko tills, "Wanted, badges, studs, bracolets, Mrs. S. C. Miiliu is an applicant for fat dogs at $2 each to mako into sausage Mr. C. Lyons who has been clerking ornaments, v't for tho clerkship of tho CONSIDER: I.. Green, returned liome last week, charms, field glasses and everything in a tho post office at this place under tho for my Ippcols. Four years ho edited trado?" Ask our druggist. s jewelry store, at T. (3. IajwIs'. new administration. .Mrs. Mnlin is In that tiino tho balonco wheel crin Owcnshoro. In 1WM he whim rumor says lie is soon to take d cats If the boys sold you into hiuihelf one of Hnwesvillv's fairest Our stock editor' reports that Messrs. strongly Indorsed by our lending Demoturns on its delicato axis 13, 090,- i tho Confederate cause nnd Her deceased husband was n Instead of rabbits when you wero in a 800,000 times ; it does not "rest" nt in tho service until the close of Mowers to grace the halls of Ids mansion Jesse and Ik n Clarkson, of Meatlo coun- crats. great worker In tho cause and royal to hurry? Ask Joel Pllo. ty, were hero last week buying hogs and night like ordinary machines, but In 1870 he originated the it Kordsville. If in sonio ungarded moment you Clearing House Association keeps at work night and day. You It ombrnccs everything to bo Thinking perhaps some of your many cattle. They bought a big drove of stock tho party. Mrs. Mnlin is nn educated s found in a oil an engine or machine daily or lanaged its affairs ever since. woiilil like to hear from our little hots at 5c. They got a number of cattle lady of business qualifications, which should mako a mistake and astonish with her social and religious standing, your stomach by taking a drink of water? mown in financial circles. house v village, I hae decided to give you a few at fiuiii 2 to lie. im. ....... ....-- ", t ..IA.1.1.. l.tif 4l.nt .Inllnnln mnnlitn. Ask "Jumbo" Allen. ill eminently fit her to fill tho position. lam vniir ivntrll Is allowed to L'O A lin Staples was taken before Judgo terns. Perhaps some of your readers Mrs. Prettyman, wife of Dr. Pretty-mnuncnredforuntll it is clogged with dirt I es of tho applicants for Col- - nay think our little village is dead, but if Adkisson last Saturday on n warrant If you had opposed Mr. Cleveland's who died in Philadelphia Inst election and most all his actions, but. and stops. The bett oil becomes ( bo Second District nre as fob they could hear the whistles from the sworn out by J. II. Heavin, charging him in tills con- - rf week was well known in our social liko him, you were nil tho time expect i 4lio First Congressional dis- - factory, the mills from our neighboring with stealing $10 in money. The two ) thick and dirty in time, - ) C. L. Handall, of Hickman, , dition it wears tho pivots, and dotown, Hock I.iek, and the steamer Haven will be heard next Saturday. Staples is circle hero in tho seventies. Mrs. C. G. ing to bo hustled out through tho cold Tho same stroys Ha usefulness. ieorgo CalJctt, of Princeton. they would say we good people aro to be a young man about twenty years of ago, Moreman was a pupil of their academy most any night for n doctor? Ask Jos. Tho Now Year has como nnd wo That wo manufacture in Louisville in its palmiest days. Dr. II. Lyon. may also bo said of your clock. So rewarded for our industry. Times have and the son of Mr. Fllsha Staples. Jnd district Judge J. T. havo cleaned up and I do not let them run until thoy nro nnd Col J. D. Pow- - heen a little dull during this cold spell, Mr. Alex. Needhatn and Miss Annlo Prettyman visited her father Col. Buck-no- r, If you were wildly envious of tho everything. Yoa'll find tho Btoro at tho old homestead. They were looking forward for brighter lloiik.daughterof He v. Henry I look, w ere ruined, but have them attended to. Fuoua, of Owensboro. In nut bollo, who in falling upon tho ice, brighter than over. In going over district Mr A. G. Hlien, of weather, and everything will be more married at the bride's home in this place, typical gentlemen of the old school. wan near enough to embraco our own tho stock, fiovoral things of interest and Mr. Potter, of Howling nourishing. N. o December Ltlth. Mr. Ncedhnm is a "Lindsay?" Ask tho girls down in Apt Answers to Proverbs. mio Fourth district Mr. I). II. turned up. Wo havo, wo find, a After long months of suirering with young farmer of Hardin county, Cuiiipatent Itopulror, With a Christmas box sent to Mnry II. "Quality Corner." county. Tho Messenger heart trouble, Miss. Hlanchenrown.aged where the young couple will make their lot of hut como in and let us show CI.OVJIItl'OIlT, KY. Krout from ono of her family friends at sman Kills has public- - 11 years, obeyed the summons of death home in tho future. you what wo havo. OF ALL KINDS. h TJ Crawfonlsville, Ind., came a largo sheet is endorsement ol the and was called away from our midst on Preacher Flayed the Dovil. I have on hand a number of new first-claof paper, upon which were proverbs conAnd that our facilities for reDempsoy. Ho tills as the 8th inst., at I a. in. She bore her afOAN PLEASE YOU. WE Dr. Cottrcll took a turn with the boys SowingMachinosnt Heard A Heeler's pair work and taining what was assumed to bo appro- of tho News ofllco last week. Ho was a cli k fight as this the fliction with patience, it was for some which I will sell low down on cosy teruiB. priate can not bo surpassed. Cnnvoxa advice. Each proverb was signed typo in his brother's office, f rer until it is played nut, time slio could not lie down. Just before Sale. Farm for in SpartanWork of all kinds to order. Old machines taken in exchange. A My farm of 100 acrei, near Hhmlclla, l for Ithcr candidates In the nIio was called away from this world of guarantee given with every machine with the nnino of the ono who had burg, S. C, In boyhood, and laying 1 will cll to the ale chop and on eaey terms. i nro certainly super- sorrow Into that bright and happy laud, Sewing Machine fixtures, and machine selected It and thus in merry mood gave, aside his coat.he seized nconijyosingstick, CLOVERPORT, KY. hi(hct bidder on as Emerson assumes ono should, a por- nnd Dumpscy. she said she didn't care to live any needles always on hand. K. E. Hhodes. Saturday, January 28, 1802, tho typo seemed to jump to his tion of himself with his gift. Not to bo fingers. all my live ttock. farming Implement, home longer. When slio was breathing her Wo claimed him as our devil. The following marrlago license were outdone tho recipient sat down at once hold and kitchen furniture, etc. The llt con oads is ono that last, she said, "Pa I, inn dying, for I felt " had often played tains, one seven year nM Jack, or established Dissolution of Partnership. issued by the county clerk lost week: nnd resjtonded to euch proverb: Hero He replied that ho reputation, horses, cattle, sheep, hugs, new attention of leading the chilling breezes." tho dovil " M'F'G CO., wheat drill, cultivators, bedsteads, stoves and a Grand Pollard to MIsh Katie T. Mathews, aro two of tho witty retorts: To tho prolinens inon in nearly great many minor articles. I'rnm the tlvtr o'er licr lirntr Tba partnership heretofore eaiitlng between 421-42- 5 Hen. H. Sprlngato to Miss Adella Mar one and two years with 6 per rent. InTerms W. Market St., verb "Tho Lord will provide," "Yes, O'er tier farm a chill wm rrceplni; William and tliV Suite. Tho matter S.K. VESS1U.S. The Numiiku or Locomotives in Eno-lani- i. under H. IiowineratI ofMarlon Ilambleton, terest from date. tin, Thomas Amnions to Missl.luio Am- surely, but no ono enn tell just what." and Iiowiner 4 At the lilllowi rolled uwy, through tho local LOUISVILLE, KY. Tho number of locomotives ownIt tbli day dlnolred by mutual content, And I almotl heard the murmur of the nions, Joel W. Adkisson to Miss Maud To the assurance that "It Is best to look rtlmt without any uppar- A Desirable Location. angcli' dWtanl win);. ed by different railway companies in tho aid Ilambleton transferring hie whole 'Inter-eWood. before you leap," Miss Krout replied, In the property of tho firm to W. 11. DowulUf H" now tno question Wo now offer our store and residence propYes earth was fading with its treasures Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Haswell celebrated "I,cop before you look and you'll havo United Kingdom, according to n list pre- ner. erty for sale at a bargain. With or without Tutting into a tangible shapo, from W. II. Ilowmer anumoi all tba llabllltlea of stock of goods, Our entire stock Is now being sight, and she know it was her their wooden weddlntr last Thursday lots of time to look afterward." Chicago pared by Mr. Cloment E. Strotton, Is her yOrUS BIJUJIIUI III MUIIUU Ol of which 14,:il4 belong to England tba firm, and la alon entitled to collect and closed out at cost. For particulars see large last good-nighWhile a loving father night Outside of the family only n fow Evening Post. receive all debti due the firm. WOOD'S y provo not to havo been persons were Invited. Those present were V. MONROE A SON, posters. and Wnles, 1,841 to Scotland, nnd 705 to The partner! after a long; career In bull-ne- n Air. John fxlngton, Ky., last week and mother stood bcsldo her as she was Mrs, and Mrs.Eskridge,I'. Haswell, Mr. and A typographical error In tho account Ireland. Tho London and Tlio 3rcit I.'utrlUli Itemed?, y at Olorerport, deilre to expreu their pawing away. Then dear parents, Morris Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. generoue publlo, which NOTICE. convention hold In which Ccawjuur weeping for her uflctlrtK are no more tbanki to Promptly and pcrma Company ranks first with 2,048 loco- many yean abaa (Wen the old firm a for io llaswell, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1). Beeler, Itov. of tho marriage of It. Emmet Glascock liberal nenlly cures all forms of putative men from nearly hiic'll watch ami wait your corning on that l,. iv. uunpuell. .Mrs. All persons having claims against Ilowmer Nervous Weakness, Bonn), and Miss Ada L. Bradioy at McDanlols, motives; noxt comes tho Midland with patronage, II Dowmir, William lirlicht and golden ahnre, k Ilambleton will please present tbeta to the Spermatorrhea, lm. i of the State, to adopt meas- Misses BettloTuylor, I.tila Jolly, Florence muilo the ditto Jan. 17th and the name 2,020; followed by tho Great Western U'hcrc tlie'll erect you with her tchnnlmaiet, Miaiox IUmblkton. Jan. 12, 1893. undersigned for payment. potency and all e fleets of Smith, Katie Eskridge Llnnlo llaswell, of tho groom Ben. It. Eminett Glascock, of tho Where there tliall he no more to the betterment Abuse or lCxcesses, llcen All persons knowing theraselres to be Inwith 1,000 and tho North-Easter- n we all ihall dwell In iware fnrcter more. Tldn Mercer, Jesslu Schull, and with Where Ilarlng sold out my Interest to my former Messrs. It should havo read Jan. 1st. and Itov, prescribed over 3 J years In ystcin in Kentucky. Not a till nl partner, William H. Ilowmer, I wish to stats debted to Ilowmer & Ilambleton will pl'aie 1,600. w sa la . Died, Sunday, January 15th, Mrs. It. Jesso Eskridge, Godfrey Haswell, John It. Eminett Glascock. "esjBa hMI isf W, 11. I10WMK11. JJcforo ana After, onlv Itcllable and llnn--sim .r to tba publlo that tba old firm Is sucooejed by call and settle same. as accomplished, of course, P. Haswell, jr., and Ed. Beard. Whlttinghlll, wlfo of Itov. K. Whitllng-hil- l. Medicine nown. Aa druggist for Wood's V. II. Ilowmer & Son, who will continue bull kbcnj Bcerncd to bo In earnest She was a kind and loving wife; nets as heretofore, and express my wish that cine In place of this, leave his dishonest etore, InHeeding a tonic, or children that want butldlnc tba liberal patronar ly determined to maKo uomo all who knew Coal Drops. heretofore axteoSed to FARM FOR SALE. close price In letter, and we will send by return her loved her, sho wan u up.ahouM Uka the old firm shall likewise be extended to the One I pvotohave letter roads in good Christian and did nil that was in linOWN'H 1UON lUTTKRH. half mile South of Btcpbentport, fin the mall, rrke.one pac age, lit six,In J. One will In order to keep n supply of coal on Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. her please, six will cure. Pamphlet plain scaled new firm. Marlon Ilambleton, d It ia leaant to take, eurur Malaria, to rnecunjr adjourned to Stepbentport and Union Star road. Known envelope, 3 stamp. Address hand during tho cold snap, I wan obliged January 1J, 1893. lllllousncai. All deafen keep iL power to help her husband in bringing as tba Oardlnar Hawkln'e farm. Onod cottage Tho Wood Cliemlcul On, April next at Bowling 131 Woodward avenna Detroit. Mich.. house and all necessary out buildings, good souls to Christ. Sho was laid to rest bc- to pay ono cent moro for it at tho mines, WANTED. TjeV-- Sold In Clovcrport by C, C, Martin, and otmty Judge of each coun- and I had to advance the price to my When Baby waa alck, orohard, eto. For Information call on or adher CaatorU. Car For Sale. sldo her sister in her father's, btiring druggists everywhere. 100,000 hoop-pole- s and also shaved dress, customers to 11 cents per bushel, Now When aho waa a Child, the crlej for Cattorift, FRANK JMIAVIIN, will bo requested o flP Tireoly torn of nixed elorer bay, baled ground. hoops in largo quantities. Best market Hardinsburg, Ky. as the weather In milder, I havo reduced ore delegate to the con- For Eont or Sale When aho became Ulaa, aho cIud to QutorU, and fifty bnibeli of orchard gran teed. the prico again to 10 cents a bushel. prices paid. For furthor Information pumisii me proceeuiK3 J. A. CONE. Whan aba bad ChJIdren.'iba car them CaatorU, Storehouse In Webster, barn and warehouse Eggs aro selling In this market at 30 Bcspectfiilly, Stock hogs nro soiling at 6 to 5) cents, attached, call on or address. For furtber partltulan addren w m lull in anuwur Wilt rent or sell on farorallo It. B. PiKitce. cents per dozen and scarce. Ciiab. May, Clovcrport, Ky. Jobn Nerltt, Irrlng ton, Ky. and very fow can bo had at thooo figures. terms. M. I.YDDAN, Webster, Ky, ft Til p. profit of tho whlskoy trust is said lo bo fi.OOO.OOO u month. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. 0010 WIST. WEATHER THIS VHao DON'T WEAR YOUR OLD THIN SOLED SHOES TOO LONG. to-ln- s-- BETTER ty BUY A NEW PAIR NOW, THAN CATCH COLD. SHOE LEATHER IS CHEAPER THAN DOCTOR'S BILLS. ances 'v Uran-denbu- pro-duc- land WE HAVE NICE COMFORTABLE SHOES THAT WILL KEEP YOUR FEET f if tho fir ff to-da- DRY AND WARM. il" Wm. Vest & Sons, CLOVERPORT, KY. Eng cai lathes Older lf well-bellk- lf lf B.J. COOMES, GUN - SMITH, Pi5tol5, one-quart- er table-spoonfu- ls Swto MkcBiiH, Door B OALL. irr lit e. DIRT! WHRN IN Ml. LOOISVILLE rt 'r first-clas- A New Broom Sweep's Glean. bob-taile- furniture. first-clas- I m-un.!- n, DON'T FORGET Demp-Jlsonvill- e, Lou-Isvil- lo . well-to-d- F. D'HUY, Mattel ss .' SULZER'S mm I liim i 1 iffT Lev the-Ar- Hatn-bleto- n, C at "' 10,-80- 0, t. PHOPHODINE Kmls-sinu- JKievr co jfb North-Hallwa- CfHw jJWsh. Mulinl Of Will s. 4VHa new! JMi-v- fi tf Hfc IniUgea-Uon.an- . t .. THEX if News.AltY as JSL IXCOMI. , - BRRGKHNRIDGH UNCLE TOM'S NEXWS, MRS. GLOVRHPORT, KY. HOME. FRENCH FUN. Cnrl-cnturn vgefulne88 or wrath of tho Omnljwtent L3vo whenco all ariso. STATE DUILDIN03. CommonweUhj How I'xlilhlM of VI11 lie Homed nt the Fair. Now York nnd Pennsylvania aa tho greatest states of tho Union wero given tho front center of tho tract reserved for Btato buildings at tho Columbian exposition, nnd their structures faco tho great Art building on tho south, Now York having tho eastern end of tho plot nnd Pennsylvania tho western. Tho Inttcr's building, designed by Thomoa P. Lous- Ort-n- C.BIN. POTTER PALMER'S 1803. w of i corrmttL, n. i(etiioML rikee 7, on this evening of the week, month, year .93 Tho Sun has been cur- hroughout tho day; and with tcrmisslons, tho gentlest rain to bo persuading tho heavy ico upon tho Ohio to their freeze into unity with 1 tho stately currcnt,mingling n augmentation of tho tide nco toward such as arodopen- f vigation, all along tho charm- y, Southward, will this long- of tho river be. Thoresidenco w, Mr. G. W. Short, fronts tho idth of Wall street, plus for- oro or less, measures tho dis ho front jmto to tho river- go forth from my study, to 1. my eyes take hold of tho iatcd with memories and trn- t reader it cumulative in soft- nces over mo ring of 1874, from Alabama to Kentucky, Mrs. Cottrell, my ere, three sons and I wero and from Selraa, via Louis- down tho Ohio waaono frac- ruev. But hack ir Jmdal trip with her former II. Duncan, Oaiiiiie Sims, m Montgomery, Alabama along tho windings of tliiti i stream, around and on to Illinoiso, whero their two jiven them, and whero tho fa tho first horn has slept for over 1 Hail to tho tlmo past; to tho present; to tho future! Before all, of all, in nil, abovo all, around all, aro blent in unity, complete, tho motherhood, fatherhood, daughterhood, souhood, (I'll not iklp tho boys,) sisterhood, brotherhood which sylnble tho one WOKD the final emphasis of which the softest, Bweetest accent is tho relation, that "signifies unto us the mystical union which is between" Him who is "tho fairest among ton thousand" and the Elect tho relation that is generic and sublimation of nil Sublimity is as much of earth as heaven I Blossomings and fruiting hero aro as rich as wo will find them anywhere This is ns much God's world as is nny other world And, plcoso God, let us enjoy it, I havo eaten ray breakfast, and l'vo been for my mall. To tho Tost Ofllco the seventh of n inilo and back: ono letter I Through rain, I went; but it gavo ploco to snow; and in returning, tho tiny (lakelets fell bo softly on tho words I I walked as softly I That letter I Tho words wero not warm euough to melt tho Bnow-droon the pago i I shook 'em off I Clover creek divides the town into East and West Clovcrport. As I struck tho bridge, tho galo drove tho snow flakes to my check. "If ono smito you on ono check, turn to her tho oth1 1 1 1 t World' l'nlr. Undo Tom'n cnbin, tho real cypress wood cabin, aa tho owner nlleges, is to bo exhibited nt tho Chicago World's o fair. Its history Is thus traced: Tho about Nnchitoches, Ia., havo long insisted that Robert McAlpin was tho ieo-pl- the Ordinal Hut to He Kxhlhltrd nt the original Simon Legreo. His houso nnd hnl-lowc- d, plantation wero tho only ones on or near tho Red river exnetly fitting tho description in tho book, and ho tho only man in tho stnto who "filled tho bill." Ho was intompernto and merciless and died before tho war, leaving a memory for brutality to his slaves that is oven now mentioned with horror. Hovr the IUniitrated I'npcr of rnrii During the Fnlr. Our Fnlr. Eviuy render knows by this time that English critics declare that tho AmerMrs. Potter Palmer is tho presiding icans of today aro tho most humorous genla of tho women's part of tho Chi- peoplo on earth. Americans hnvo until cago World's fair, n jiosition to which recently been inclined to yield tho palm uho is entitled by social standing, ability to tho Freuch. There nro, however, two to contribute, executivo ability, and whnt is porhaiw of equal importance n capacity to get along pleasantly with any othor woman. By common consent It Will He tho Soclnl Center of Chicago A PSHEil -- !1M TUB - $1111- - TO BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to our Paid - In - Advance ii hi i- - . i mil mi mi Subscribers. IRONCLAD VESUVIUS. mA THE rOTTER TALMEn TAI.ACE. VKOCSYL.VANIA BU1LDI.NO. UNCLE TOM'S CADIN. dnlo, of Philadelphia, is n combination of various styles, tho squaro and massive predominating. All tho materials aro of Pennsylvania production, nnd tho cost is Tho New Jersey building is, liko most of tho etnto structures, designed chiefly for social purposes and n place of writing nnd registration, nnd is mndo so far ns possible representative of tho stnto. It is modeled on tho old houso nt Morris-towN. J., wldch was Washington's n, $00,000. er." If that keep tho heart? vate splritual-mind-cMH-- is smitten? Weill just sw? tho fall of 18S3, wo wero as- ji31overort rhargo ; and, fron S, with wifo and daughters, 1 Ijanding here, with oxperiencen Hitcr, common to tho itineran hIV So, from associations, the its Boll-VieBend, (a namt this matchless curve of the which Clovcrport has risen, al entro,) has a potency, pnthet- Who finds it a task to "let the bury its dead." How often card from lips that pronouncec none others over diO And I'm up hero, in Ken- yc always wanted to live ii t' TlrtM In fiMifli Pnmllnn ag early girlhood days in Ala (father, Col, John Sims, tool ftdcr Bister, to an Academj d bin, whero thoy wero with as noblo r. tho city of brotherly lovt wedlock, for nino years o o was under tho chasten- w cducn-pbnsortc- incident thereto. January 12th, '54, to June fat other experiences as tin kinerant? Six children al They aro scattered Sages his night of 1892, as I hcarc tho rain upon tho roof and jo flamo in tho grate, scat- gro lor days anu niglits J royal timo with books onthlies, and other jour1 - Inlion discourse of thought witchingly varied in Jiringly powerful in gran- tment of tho sensuous that to tho spiritual itrnry to what I t, I dropped off to transit hour from old to and now at dawn of the leads tho train of days of hiding out from tho ctcr- Infortnbly nt my writing iowind of tho morning U purpose to clear up the 1' allow tho baptism ol log of beauty abroad upon flood. "Wind and sun- anbols of tho baptism of d of fire; and that they it tho rain ot n day and prophecy of tho man pith tho lcathorn girdlo : (ith water; butanothei wind and flamo I" coino I I havo lcarn-- g to learn, to lovo all not? Tho yioldlng oi rth on which tho feet fro wo go in greetings human countenance fie joyous, tho serious, such as seem in pro- 3ut of which creep the : 1 i and multiplied cordon I call it - f." . . ... tuolr alricnuii- iPi'yetls bicJi prompts tho tonguo .... beau-an- d WI moincr earth i 'genulno tho afTran- tho rootaof I grass, oi all HEr this tho soil, to strike UBinblo is tho desert i me-tbfe- Bir K1 ,JP 1" f.j 18 aloof from flow- that is as a Back m, statute I tfounUwinco of gwintliaflgj Or HK Mfi,,,,,got in piOUS pWMUl OI IOIK8 But this tea diversion. .diverting! instead of HI ,yith its issuo of babes, an individuality re- - jfiKIfiorcyl If you nro smitten on Then I well, try to cultiSeek "tho scckunt blcsln'I" nfter you get the bridge. I halted about tho middlo of Clover Creek bridge, and faced tho Nor' West-e- r that twisted around and camo up from tho river. Tho mouth of tho creek is but a few yards say two hundred yards below tho bridge. Tho Creek had been for days simply an avenue of ico, reaching up, into tho forest, and away to I don't know whero Now, there's a thaw. Perhaps underneath tho thick crust there's been, nil tho while, a littlo rivulet to tho Ohio. Now, from increment out of tho cloud, tho Creek is on a swell, defiantly making it's way with yielding ico lumps, ns if upon it depended, pincipally, thoriso requisite for navigation on tho Ohio. Suggestive? Quito! Tho gush nnd gurglo, ripple and roar it makes in joining tho river, brings remembernnco of what I wroto once: that our Methodist Theology is n magnificent thaw, doctrinally, from out a Btiff old Augustinian Cnlvinistic freeze, (much of it slush, yet!) and this thaw-ou- t of our littlo Creek onto tho heaving bosom of tho motherly Ohio, in hasto herself, gulfward, in lively faith of tropical cmbraco of welcome under blush and smilo of n sky that's over flush with passion, pure, exempt from puritan! ic freezo and pictist-pretens- o whero breathings of tho Gulf nnd wispcrsof tho sky nro of another Lovo than that that cliante tho canticles with chattering tusks and icy lips and acid tonguo in "vicarious" "orthodoxicnl" zest, wilst n Heritic is potting off, heavenward, rather slowly, for comfort, in his chariot of of Finn ! I (" let us pray I a I i 1 1 1 e !') I say that this melting out into tho river of tho creek suggests tho verdict, "NotGuIltyl" in tho Briggs trial on accusation that ho claims that God can speak moro than ono language, and that it is possiblo that so mo of the gcnlemen to whom Ho spake, of old, might havo been hnrclippcd, or tongue-tieor that they may hive stuttered n littlo in tolling what they heard God think. Truth for authority ! not authority for truth I It was this aphorism that leaped from Luther's tonguo n thunder-ho- lt athwart tho theologie Armament; nnd all tho fog of superstition shrouding ignoranco under clerical prescripton lias been shlmmorlngnsido,replaced by clouds, of knowlodgo that yield, when smitten by electric tongues clean of sanctimonious slimo nnd partisan poison ricli showers of salvation. Echoings of that thunder-pea- l, that shook tho sky, continuo i "deep calling unto deop!" "Yet this onco I shako not tho Earth on-lsignifieth I" removals? In formulating, dogmatically, tho Poctrino of 1)1 vino Sovereignty, thero was ns if n freeze or attack of grip; but tho ovolution (capital word!) is inexorable. The grand old historic Presbyterian Church, not of purpose, but por force of the breathing of n moro catholic Spirit than church has ovor had, among tho wheels of orthodoxy, is about to constitute itself tho ongino that will draw forward tho wholobaggago-trni- n of "churches." Then othor than n feignod fraternity will onsuo. Tho "earth is made to help tho woman." In prophecies, poetic nnd philosophic to snr nothing of tho Bciontiflc minds unfotorod by attorneyship for any of tho "doxies," havo ministered marvolously to tho nffrnnchiEO-mon- t of Zion. Clearest notes from tho throats of forest birds out of tallest trees of tho Kingdom, nbovo tho roofs of churches, and nbovo tho cloudson wing, havo poured forth.and yot pour forth, "Awake nnd sing I for thy dow is as tho dow of herbs, and tho" Church costs out her dead I "The moles and bats, In full assembly, find On Bpocinl search, Englo blind," Tho kenn-oye- d South-Eastward, y, d 1 On his place lived n faithful negro, sold from Kentucky, who suffered everything but actual tortnro to death, nnd Mr. S. Chopin, tho present wealthy owner of tho estate, has preserved tho cribin with great caro in tho confident belief that in timo it would lo an object of national curiosity. Tho cabin is of cypress logs nnd covored with cypress boards and sound aa when built boiiio forty years ago. It is to bo presumed that Mrs. Stowo used tho novelist's privilego of combining tho exporienco of Bovernl negroes in one, but simply as n relic of tho old Blnvo times tho cabin will possess great interest. "World Fnlr Sculptors. Tho list of sculptors employed on tho Afferent World's fair buildings includes Daniel C. French, Lorado Taft, Richard W. Bock, Edward Kemoys, A. Phim-Isto- r Proctor, M. A. Wnngen, Carl Rohl-SmitKarl Bitter, Philip Martiny, John J. Boylo, F. D. Millet, Robert Kraus, Mrs. E. R. Copp, Mrs. Edward Kemoys nnd tho Misses Alico L. Hideout, Carrie Brooks, Bcssio O. Potter, Zulimo Tnft and Julia M. Bracken. h, her magnificent city residenco will bo tho social center during the fnlr. All tho aristocratic entertainments in furtherance of tho fair will bo held thero, and it will bo headquarters for tho ladies in control. Tills palatial homo, often called tho Totter Palmer palaco in happy alliteration, stands upon tho lnko front, just south of Lincoln park, and its cost was $750,000. It is built of graystono in tho Btylo of a modtioval castle. It hns often been described, and nn idea of its may bo gained from tho fact Bleeping rooms, that it contains sixty-fiv- o besides a splendid nrrny of halls and parlors. Den of Rnnkrt. Donald Bums, n veternn animal trainer of Now York, will collect nnd have charge of ono of the most union o nnd uncanny exhibits nt tho World's fair. It will terrify any mm soaked individual on tho vergo of delirium tremens to Mr. Burns' charges, for ho will look after tho snakes, nnd snakes only. Ho proposes to mako this great don of pnakes, which will bo placed In tho National History building, ono of tho most stnrtlingly realistio exhibitions over known. Already ho has moro than fifty different species in readiness for tho fair, and his agents aro at work all over tho world in collecting serpents. kinds of fun which nro to Americans much funnier than they nro meant to lo viz., the serious comments of somo very serious English writers on our society nnd politics, and tho attempts of Frenchmen to bo funny nt our expenso It is pleasant to learn that tho illustrated jnpers of Paris contain caricatures of tho Giicago Woild's fair, for it shows that Europe is ink rested in it, nnd their idecn nbout v.a nro decidedly funny. Ono pnjicr, for instance, ginvcly informs its readers that n great nttrac- tion nt Chicago will Iw Buffalo Bill and his heroes, showing how they woidd ;P-ls- P NEW JERSEY IlUILDINa. headquarters, but thero nro additions for cpnvenienco sake. Thero nro largo and inviting piazzas front nnd rear, and tho main cntrnnco leads into a largo hall two stories high, with n circular balcony around tho second story- Tho Texas building is meant to bo emblematic of tho stnto so far as possiblo. It is thereforo largo, massivo and plain in tho innin portion, but topjed with considerable ornament, nnd in its materials tho visitor will find an cpitomo of A Js4 TEXAS DUILSINO. nt tho l'nlr flroumU. Tho work of tho artists on tho buildings for tho Chicago exposition was necessarily delayed, as most of it had to bo dono after tho structures wero completed, but it has inado rapid progress under tho direction of Mr. Frank D. Millet. This gentleman, by tho way, is of original Now England Puritan stock, and does not thank anybody for calling or mixing him up in uny him Mil-la- y Clnaalo Architecture World' l'nlr Cunrds. Colonel Edmund Rice, of tho United States regular army, has been detached for tho duty of commanding tho guards for tho Columbian exposition, nnd tho forco ho is organizing excites tho admiration of nil visitors. At tho ocning of tho year ho has less than COO mon, but tho entiro forco Is to bo 2,WX), nnd they nro selected with unusual caro and discrimination. Every man must bo ft feet 6 inches high and pass n sevcro examination for courage, strength and intelligence. In fact n majority of thoso m lar selected nro graduates of higliBchools and colleges. Wo hnvo just bought from n largo wholesale Jowclry house, a lot of tripplo plaited jowclry, to ho distributed without regard to cost to our subscribers, who pay up to dnto nnd ono year in ndvnnco, nnd to ovcry now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. Wo hnvo numbered every nrticlo in tho list, nmounting to sovornl hundred pieces nnd thoy will bo sent out to thoso entitled to them in tho order in which tho subscriptions nro received. Tho jewelry is made from tho best rolled gold pinto nnd is warranted for fivo yours. Any nrticlo that does not givo ronsonnblo satisfaction, can bo returned nnd wo will repair or forward a new duplicnto nrticlo in its plnco. A. Collnr Buttons, Scurf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' nnd Babies' Pins, at Clmrms nnd Lockets, Finger Bings, Gents' Chains, Lr.dies' Chains, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Bends, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., nmounting to over $200 for tho jewelry nlono, besides other nrticlcs of Merchcndiso. The nmount is only limited by tho numbor of subscribers received. What wo want is to increnso our subscription list. Wo wnnt to put tho Nkwh into overy home in Breekcnridgc nnd Mendo counties, nnd wo nro willing to givo up somo of our lmrd earned dollars to do it Tho first person sending us n dollar will get tho first nrticlo numbered in tho list below, tho next tho sccondjirticlo, nnd so on through tho entire list. THE SHOWER OF ROSES. If you nro already n subscriber examine tho lubol on your pnper havo routed tho nmazons of Dahomey only tho French government had em- nnd seo how you stnnd. If you nro behind, sond enough money to pay if ployed them. Bill is apparently better you up to dnto nnd ono yenr in ndvnnco, nnd this will entitle you to ono known In Franco than uny other of our of our promiums. Tho premiums rungo in prico from 25 cents to 820. public men. fino fr 4 .! ; e Enr-ring- s, tho stnto. With somo slight exceptions overy particlo of wood, Btono nnd other material in it will bo of Texas production. Tho cost is to bo $100,000, nnd tho location is n fortuunto ono to show tho Btructuro with tho finest effect. Tho Minnesota stnto building will bo in tho Eennissauco Btylo of architecture Tho framework of wood will bo coated with Btuff to givo tho effect of stono con struction, Tho main cntrnnco will bo in plain stylo, but tho opposita sido will CYnr.i.E. Another gives nn illustration of Tho volcano is to ho "transported to Jackson park," nnd to innko it IM'JS-- Ono Gom Shirt, white, unlaundried Bafo it will bo covered with boiler iron 2 ISl-- One Indies Gold collar buttion well riveted. Furthermore, when put on Gent's Gold Collar Button exhibition, instead of lava and ashes it IMHO-will belch forth n shower of fresh roses -- 4!II Ono Novel, paper cover nnd perfume, "all of which," sayB tho '2V.V2 One box, three cakes, Super Tripplo Scented Toilet Soap Parisian enricnturist, "are included in LMU3 Ono Novel, paper cover tho ono prico of admission." Ho iidds that '2m Ono piece Sheet Music Allomaud Garotho and Musette.Kugono D'Albert 1M.'!5 Ono piece Sheet 51 usie, romance, Berthold Tours 24,'t(t Ono Niagara Grapo Vino Apple Trees from HIGHLAND NURSERY, Clovcrport, Ky One Model Homes, showing a variety of Designs for Model Dwellings. IMIS'J-Gent's Gold Collar Button UHO Ono Monthly Magazine, Tho Homo Maker 2111 Ono Lippeneotts Mngazine, containing a complete seriel story ........ 2 l4'J-- Onu Ladles Collar Button 24 UI One White Shirt, unlaundried 2411 Ono Gent's Collar Button 24 15 Fivo Applo Trees, from Polk's Nursery 2 110-- Ono Ladies Gold Collar Button s. PREMIUM LxIS'T. 75 s 25 25 25 25 CO ln Onu W 10 r ico 1 Ono 50 00 25 20 25 25 50 25 50 CO fc 3ffi2y2j6Pa' 38? MINNESOTA nOlLniNO. moro faithfully represent tho stnto. Tho entrnnco thero is through n portico having rusticated domo columns, nnd on tho entnblnturo over tho center tho namo "Minnesota" will appear in n raised panol. Nebraska was fortunato in securing about tho best sito on tho exposition grounds for hor stnto building, as it Btreet, fronts Bonth on whilo n mognificent boulovard borders it on tho cast nnd n largo lnko on tho west. It is CO by 100 feet nnd two stories high, covers 0,000 Bquaro feet and has 12,000 Fifty-Bovonth way with tho noted French nrtist. Though but forty-fiv- o years old hq is n veternn of tho civil wnr, and began his art work with charcoal sketches whilo in tho nnny. Ho solectcd tho sculptor nnd nrlists for tho separate details of work, and so far as completed tho results surpass tho most sanguine expectations. As nn illustration, tho Agricultural building is hero taken. Tho painted decorations tlieroon nro by Mr. Georgo W. Mnynard, of Now York, nnd tho Pom-eiia- ii stylo has been adopted aa most in accord with tho architecture, which is classic. Tho main entrnnco is liko that of an nncicnt heathen temple. On tli r right Cybclo, mother of Zens nnd (or Cores, goddess of grain), is presented in hor chariot drawn by young lions, and on tho left is the Inttcr's pro-togKing Triptolemus, to whom bIio gavo iv chariot drawn by winged dragons when uho sent him forth to teach mankind tho art of agriculture. Tho accompanying illustration is n detail showing Cybclo in her chariot. o, 2147-O2118-O- ne no Gent's Senrfl'in II Gold Finger Ring (filled) BUFFALO HILL IN DAHOMEY, 2 Gent's Gold Collar Button thero will bo realistic railroad accidents, 2430 Ono Ladies Victoria Chain, stylish link and chiirm tho passengers volunteering to risk lifo Wo do not pay postage on premiums. nnd limb in order to show foreigners how tho thing is dono. Also incendiary fires This list will bo continued in our next. to show tho promptness nnd efficiency of tho firo department. In short, if half follow. this Frenchman says wero truo, tho would Ik) a marvel indeed. 1 Ul-- Ono 25 50 25 50 Moro Good things to JNO. D. BABBAGE, Publisher OLOVERPORT, KY. PMliB!; NEBIU8KA An KiiteriirUInc California Womnn. Mrs. Harriot W.R. Strong, of Whittier, Los Angeles county, Cnl., is n woman of great enterprise. At tho World's fair sho will havo two important exhibitions. One will bo n "palaco" twenty feet Bqunro, madcontirely of pampas plumes. Tho other exhibit will consist of a working plnnt for n now system of irrigation, in which ono dam is placed nbovo tho other. This will irrigate all of tho orango and fruit orchards of tho California Btato exhibit. ntnrjJINO. d of which nro wido steps covering of tho length of tho building. Over each portico is n largo gablo on n lino with tho main comico, nnd in each ga blo, in is tho Nobroskn Btuto ncai, fivo foot in diameter. Vermont is tohnvon building which will indeed ropresent tho stnto, na its wnlls nro to bo of bluo, whlto and vnrio-gatc- d mnrhlo from her various quarries, chiefly from thoso of WestRutlnnd. Tho Btructuro will havo but ono story, nnd bo in tho familiar Queen Anno stylo. one-thirbas-relie- f, feet of floor Bpnco. Tho cast and west fronts havo wido iorticocs, on each sido Swellh World' l'nlr Hullillntr. Among tho minor structures of tho Columbian exposition of 1803 tho Swedish building, though small, will bo conspicuous. As tho plot granted for tho pur-pos- o was triangular and contains but 17,000 square feet, tho building will also Tho Memorial Art 1'nlnre. Colonel Rico has a brilliant military Tho permanent Memorial Art palaco. record. Born in , ho enlisted under in which all congresses will be hold, is tho first call in 1801 and was- n captain rapidly rising on tho lnko front, Chicago. in tho Fourteenth Massachusetts beforu reaching his twentieth year. As mnjor It will havo two audience rooms, each to Bent between JI.OOO and 4,000 icoplo, of tho Nineteenth Massachusetts ho won special mention for conspicuous gallant- whilo twenty smaller rooms will afford SJ00 to 700 parry nt Gettysburg and camo out of tho accommodation for from warn colonel. His Bubscquent service ticipants each. in tho regular army gavo him special A New Monument for Chicago. qualifications for his present task. By Chicago is exerting herself to put stylo shifting his details from ono part of tho grounds to nnothcr ho cxect8 to havo and finish on as many ns possiblo of her public adornments in timo for tho each man familiar with tho ground nnd nble to answer nny question great exposition, and tho visitor thorcto will bo Burprised nt tho mnny now monuns to localities that visitors inuy ask. ments of ono Bort or another in tho city. Among tho latest is tho lenutiful gift of Figure of Amorlruii AnluinU. Occupying prominent positions upon GoorgoM. Pullman, commemorating the pedestnls on tho various bridges within massacroof tho Fort Denrlorii garrison, tho World's fair grounds will bo largo Aug. IB, 1812. In that affair Black who was in tnith n "noblo rod figures of native American nninials, huch Liou-tennns tho bison, or buffalo, now nearly ex- mnn," rescued tho young wlfo of Holm from n Ravage who had his terminated. It is lteliovcd that this will provo ono of tho most nttructlvo fen tuns tomahawk lifted to dush out her brains, and of tho exposition. Tho modolingof thero Rohl-Smit- this incident tho sculptor Carl h has chosen for his subject. nnimals has boon intrusted to Edward Kemoys nnd A. Phimistcr Proctor, both of whom lmvo mndo careful studioa of tho subjects. Par-tridg- o, nt COMNEI. EDMUND HJCB. Window : :- - Shades r nt tho Fnlr. Tho Hotel Endeavor in to lo a feature of tho Columbian exposition, and a very praiseworthy ono Indeed. If is to bo built by tho societies of Christian Endeavor, on n largo squaro eight blocks south of tho fair ground nnd on the shore of Lnko Michigan. Tho stylo may bo likened to that of a largo Mexican haci- i:inli-uvorr- Bkliiiilm -- keaal -- ". L ? cl T... In "? . "n ts''"l.Sr r't-ii- e . IN FULL BLAST. .l.l .1.1 c' PRICES THE MASSACRE MONUMENT. TO SUIT YOU. gpTYfc'tV'ft-H- ' VEItMONT BU1LDINO. wfcT.5i SWEDISH nUIUJINO. HOTEL ENDEAVOIU, fc& p'ralse tho Lord I J its marna-io- w copartnerships! ite every I reUrtion of thoold-ovor-neevery whore us, in abolishments protesta , of what or whom newl 'Specially of tho whom, I whichever!! tho gramatl- yingit. On I On I Tbat'a 4UU delightful I This on- Train I Is it objected that avetnents, inortlflca- enU,and their like, aro, r alternate tho pleasant V wry veil, bo it bo I live of thd picture? background shading? iriencw arise from L tfiWftr Caroline St., BaltiMri. Nncy Wlrti, more, Mil., thin rIvci her experience; " Ve have used Or. llull't Cough Syrup nnd have never found Iti equal for our children." ii It Seems to Love Filth. Tho cornices facing tho windows nnd tho heavy onk doors will bo polished and elaborately carvod. Tho plan was drawn by Architect Jarvis Hunt, of Wenthoru-flelnnd tho expenso will bo borno by 100 prominont citizens. It will contain somo groat curiosities. d, Tho Louisvillo Commercial is never so happy as when protonding to havo discovered eomo kind of a maro's nest about tho State's capital. Just now tho Public Printer, Hon. E. Polk Johnson, is tho object of that newspaper's onslaught. Nobody believes what tho Commercial Bays on goneral principles, and certainly nobody will bcliovo lit when its utterances Involve any attack upon the official or business integrity of so well known and honorable a gontleman as Col. John The Commercial outfit to find sou. BOino decent things to fill iU columns with. Hartford Herald. Sulzer'scan Bavo you lots of monoy on Woolen shirts. All Free. Thoso who havo used Dr. King's New Dlscovory know Its value, and thoso who havo not, havo now tho opportunity to try it Frco, Call on tho advertised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle, Frco. Send your namo and address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and got a wmplo box of Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills, Frco, as well as a copy of Guido to Health and Household Instructor, Frco. All of which is guaranteed to do you good nnd cost you nothiug, at Short & Haynes' Drug store, bo of that shnpo nnd cover but 12,000 squaro foot. Tho stylo will bo that of tho old Swodish cathedral, nnd tho building will consist of n main floor and gallery having a south front of 101 feet, while abovo tho center will riso n tower 200 feet in height. It will bo of wood nnd shipped in parts from Sweden. Tho wind from tho North blows Bharp and keen, and bad effects of colds aro seen. Ono Minute Cough Cure so safo and Buro, will quickly porform a wondrous euro. Short A Ilaynes, Clovcrport and Beard & Beolor, llardinsburg, Ky A Iloynl Reolnae, Tho oinprcss of Austria has boon since tho donth of Prince Rudolf a complete mental wreck, subject to most pathotio delusions about hor son, and requiring tho greatest care. Sho still preserves much of her stately bounty, for which sho has been always famous among the royal womon of Europe, for it is a beauty of oontour which neither time nor trouble can destroy, ,but she Is a constant recluse, Chicago ibune. enda that is, tho hotel is built in the form of a hollow square, with n court in tho confer, and every ono of its 700 o rooms will bo both an insido nnd an room. Tho outer dimensions nro 800 feet square, and tho inclosed park is S17 by 5M3 feet, inclosing forest trees as high as tho buttling itself. out-sid- The commissioners of tho District of Columbia havo issued an order to tho effect that all tho theaters in Washington must bo fitted throughout with olec-tri- o lights. Mr. Clnrkson, of tho national Republican commlttoo, is not a goneral and does not liko to bo called by that title. Behind theso three ah Indinn is represented as killing Dr. Van Voorhls, Burgeon of tho post, nnd to ono sido lies n baby awaiting in childish terror tho fatal stroke. Thus thero aro six figures, and tho nction is wonderfully lifollko, almost terrifying in its realism. Tho bronzo group will stand on n baso of polished dark Qnlnoy granito, 10 foot high nnd 8 foot by 1 feet 7 inches, nt tho corner of Eighteenth street and Calumot avo-nn- o. On nnd nround that tttot thirty-eigsoldiers, two women and twelve children wero on tho dato nnmed killed by tho Pottawntomios. Nothing so distressing as ft hacking cough. Nothing bo foolish as to suffer from It. NothingRo dangerous It allowed to continuo. Ono Minuto Cough Cure gives immediate relief. Short A Ilaynes Clovcrport, and Beard A Bcoler, llardinsburg, Ky. ht Curtain Poles If wc haven't the article in our line yote--,want, just come to us and wc will take great pleasure in ordering it for you, docs'rit matter how small. - The Oldeit Mmon. Hngh Boyd and Mrs. Fannie Johnson Success in everything doponds largoly wore burned to death in a dwelling upon good health. Do WIU'h Littlo Ear-lhouse firo at St. John's on Nov. S3. Mr. Risers are littlo health producing jiilla Boyd is inld to havo been tho oldest Seo tho point? Thou take an "Early Mason in tho United State. Us hail Riser." Short & Ilaynes, Clovcrport, and been enred for by tho order for tho post fifteen years. Detroit Dlsputch. Beard & Bcoler, llardinsburg, Ky. y COME TO SEE US. J. D. Babbage. THR BRRGKRNRIDGR Breckenridge News. HIGHWAYS. NRg, Gl-OVRBUPO- R'T, KY. u I A Thought Whispered. From a Veteran Minister. GOOD How I do lovo to lienrclegymen prench I'ublUhnl by reque.t. humility, ft good Gospel j I have been n render oi tho Recorder WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2f, 180.1. in Christ-llk- o sermon, as wns tho design from tho time moro than forty years. When it went by Adjourned Session of tho Staio I tanner, my nnmo nnd Road Convention at Lexington. SCHOOLS AND LABOR. tho Apostles were sent out, and told to tho nnmo Baptist were frequently siokcn "go forth nnd preach the Gospel." Yet, ministerial lnlxrs I am grieved to say that there are minis of in its columns. By permission, I will Resolution Adopted Favoring tho The catholic church's attitude tors who will rise before a congregation, mako a few statements which may bo the Working of Convicts on Public and begin and end his talk (it could not last from my wn, ns I am now very old toward these questions. with n long strain of and feeble. Yesterday (Sunday) mornbo culled it sermon) Roads. reproach, directly or indirectly at some ing I finished up my 70th nnd entered on Via lion Hern tlio Moat Potent Agenojr In individual, either n professed christian or my 80th year of human lifo. In RockPromoting Education In All Countrle Tho Next Meeting; to bo Held in Bowla sinner. If ono person commits an error castle county, Ky., on Sunday morning, nnd In All Aget In Labor She AMumet ing Groen, April 12. it seems to mo entirely out of order for a tho 27th of March, 1808, I was born into the Poaltlon of Mediator. repronch a whole house in this world, to share in its afflictions nnd minister to Archbishop Ryan in n published interorder to reach that one. Resides, I do not sorrows. Q what changes in things of COMMITTEE TO BE APPOINTED. view places his viows beforo tho public believe the pulpit is thu placo for time since that period 7 I grew up to en two imjrartnnt subjects nainolr, tho but tho placo for the outpour- dwarfish manhood. When nbout 21 years Lkxinoton, Ky., Jnn. 17. (Special.) ichool quostion and capital nnd labor. In reply to thoso unthinking persons who ing of tho truo spirit, and showing forth old I was born again, and in my 22dyear The Kentucky Good Roads Convention declare that tho Catholic church is nn tho love of God, to poor fallen man. Go I was baptized by Rev. Samuel McGowen assembled in tho Circuit Court room enemy of education tho archbishop iwints in private to your erring friend or neigh- in tho North Fork of O'Uyon river, Hen- here, according to agreement, at 12 out that tho church has always boon tho bor, if you wish to say something to him ry county, West Tennessee. I went back o'clock County Judge, Frank A. friend of education, nnd that to her pub- or to her, let them feel that you love to my old homo in Pulaski county, Ky., Bullock was mado temporary Chairman lic schools for tho masses owo their ori them feel that their interest is where I married Miriam Jones nnd joined and A. L. Smith, of Henderson, tempo-- gin, hvcry ono who Is acq unln tort witn them, let yours, and regard the feelings of that in the old Fishing Creek Church, where in rary Secretary. The several members of history knows that this assertion of tho 8X I wns licensed to exercise n ministe the legislature present mado short nrchbishop is merely tho statement of a dividual. I never did believe thero was nnygood rial gift, and in 1830 was ordained by speeches, in which they set forth that tho historical fact. pcoplu's that church nnd set apart by the imposi- Legislature was willing to give the peoYet turn tnlk nnd writo as If tho Cath- accomplished by preaching olic church wcro opjtoscd to tho educa- faults, or trying to force or scare peoplo tion of hands and prayer to tho work of plo what they wnnted in tho wny of law tion of the musses, although sho has in into being religious. Terror itself, Is the the ministry in full. In all tho time, of for good roads. After somo discussi6u all ages shown herself most anxious to father of subterfuge nnd silent rebellion. my ministerial courso, I never found a regarding details, the convention acKL cducato all classes, knowing as sho does time for idleness. I found n great deal journcd at 1 o'clock, to meet again an Is love worth that is constrained that it is ono of tho great nids in her What had been passed hour later. Upon being called together mission in this world. . Ah Archbishop by fear? If yon were to drawn club over of underwork to do that n man's head and tell him he had to love over by too many ministers. I labored for the second time, thu Hon. Posey D. Ryan expresses it: "Thu Catholic church has nlwnys been tho friend of jwpulur you, would not all thu hatred in his na- ns pastor, as missionary, nnd ns evange- Ball, of Henderson, wns elected permaeducation. Common schools for tho in- ture be 'roused against you ? And when list In Kentucky, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas nent Chairman and Dr, S. S. Foss, Jefstruction of tho masses of tho peoplo thu restraining influence you held over and Missouri. God blessed my labors in ferson, permanent Secretary. A telegram wcro first founded by tho church, and him would bu released,wotild not his feel- bringing many souls to Christ. To Him was received from the original perma" tho progress of knowlcdgo is in accord worse, than they were be nil the glory. I took great plcasuro ncnt Chairman, R. H. Gray, that lie with hor long settled polioy. Tills is ings toward you bo new-bor- n babes in Christ. could not bo here, owing to his train besold not by way of defenso of tlto Cath- at first? To reach an erring heart would in baptizing I never can forget the shouts of praise to ing behind titno. The following dellgntes yourolic church, for sho needs none. But, it not be better to go in humility unfortunately, misstatements, if repeat self, and tell him of God's unbounded God that went up to him in tho mouth of wero present: ed otten cnongn, not inrrcqucntiy ac- mercy, of His infinite goodness ami pity December when I led my earthly father, D. II. Severs, Breckenridge county; D. quire tho authority of truth. ami love, and try to melt tho obdurate at tho age of 70, and old Mother Hall, at II. Reeves, Spencer; Judge T. J. Morrow, Tho enemies of thu church hnvo bo per- heart by telling li i tit of thu untiring pa the ago of 80, into the icy water nnd bap-tire- d Christian; D. F. Vunmeter, Clark; B. T. sistently chnrged her with bcingopposed tience with which God forgives, nnd them. "O that was joyful, joyful I" Dawson, Davicfs; tho Hon. Ii. M. Price, to education that many who allow others I will name one more case of baptism Lee; C. B. Hill, Estill; W. 11. May, J. II. to form their opinions for them have hears even while he goes In sin forgetcorao to regard her as tho bitterest oppo- ting; tell him how mercifully He bears which but seldom, if ever, occurs tho Davidson, II. T Groom, Fayette; J. R. nent of what sho has dono tho most to with him in nil his weakness, nnd how baptism of five pairs of twin sisters by Harlmugh, Hardin; J. A. Oldham, A. L. foster. Every educated Protestant who He will forgive him, not only seven times, one man. 'lliatJdhl. l uauiizcti tnreo Smith, P. I). Ball, Henderson; B.J. Gard is acquainted with historj knows that but seventy times seven. pairs in Pulaski county, Ky., ono pair In ner, W. B. Adams, Will C. Kennedy, Dr. sho has been tho most iotent agency in If a true and bright statement of all Platte county, Mo., and one pair in Clin- S. S. Fobs, Louis Franco, Jefferson; S. W. promoting education in nil countries nnd Christ-lik- e man- ton county, Mo. Lino Baugh, Logan; L. Z. Taylor, Madiin nil ages. Sho", however, has always this, given in n loving, 1 I will now close tills artichi by Baying son; W. W. Stevenson, Mercer; W. B. recognized that truo education consists ner cannot reach him, feel certain that in dovcloping nil tho powers of man, tho words of reproach and of terror and de- that it is written as a reminder to many McMeckin, Nelson; E. L. Stout, L. R. moral as well us tho intellectual. Ilcnco nunciation will fall to the earth. I be- brethren nnd friends in Kentucky that I Pickut, W. II. Veech, Shelby; Gerald T. sho lias nlwnys insisted that moral nnd lieve in nine instances out of every ten, nin yet on this side, but am waiting for Finn, John J. Millignn, Simpson; E. II. literary training should go hand in hnnd. they do infinite harm to tho mind and the to tnko mo over to that beauAs Archbishop Ryan puts it: "A com-plet- o feelings of every sensitive individual tlutt tiful, happy land where pleasures never Cowen, Robert Rhodesl Jr., Warren; A. B. Hundley, II. B. Moore, Washington; education should lncludo a recogdie. Dear brother and brethren, "shall Richard Godson, Tobias Gibson. Woodnition of tho will nnd henrt jwwers, hears them, and many young persons, a young men, who feel that they we meet beyond the river whero the sur- ford; Yoter Poyntz, I). II. Rudd, David which moro than intellect affect one's ges cease to roll?" destiny for time nnd eternity. Tho heart might bu led, anil not driven, are turned II. Brown, Spencer. Jonas D. Whaon. of man is chiefly influence! for tho right entirely away by these utterances. After tho deligntes wero enrolled, II. by nn element as real as any other, nnd I have seen young men who had every St. Joseph, Mo. T. Groom, editor of tho Industrial Amerithat is tho religious clement. It is found appearance of desiring to find thu true can, read n carefully prepared paper on in every human heart and must hnvo n way.and who seemed to ho shivering at a Sweet breath, sweet stomach, rwect good roads. purpose Being eapablo of education, it tcmiHT, nil result from tho usoof Do Witt's Mr. Poyntz, of Spencer, outlined what ought to Ih) educated. An influence on distance, nnd "almost pursiiadcd," and Little Ijtrly Risers, tho famous littlo pills. longing to be led forward, to bask in thu tho intellect is exercised through educahe thought to be thu duties of the con Short t Ilnynes, Cloverport; and Heard tion. Tho mission of religious education Su ionr's love, turned entirely nwuy from vention. He said it ought to pave the & Ueeler, Hardinsburg. Is chiefly to tho henrt nnd passions of their purpose by somo cold, heartless, way for tho Legislature, so that proper mankind, and it makes letter men and remark of a minister. All thu antagolaws could bo framed. Thero was conbetter citizens. Tho self restraint and nism in their nature looming up and siderable discussion of it mild character, tho self sacrifice essential to morality are thrusting aside the gotsl resolutions they and then the following Committee on best served by it." organization was appointed : Judge T.J. w Hero we have n clear and forcible state- had so lately formed, when if he had said vEa ment of aims that every cduentiomiry to them in the language of our Sat lour, Morrow, Christian county; Mayor J. II. Roads," bo and ho is hereby invited to system should have in view. It will my dear young friend, I do long ''To Davidson, Fnyettu; Dr. T. M. Rodman, attend our next meeting nnd that ho be commend itself to thoughtful Protes- gather you all together ns a hen gath-eret- li JeflVrson; Roland Cox, Spencer; E. A. requested to favor tho convention with tants as well us to Catholics. Tho verj her chickens under her wings," ' Combs, Warren. an address upon the subjects of thu betword cducato means drawing forth will ou not bu led to find "Thu Way?" The committee ou lit solutions was terment ot roads and that tho Secretary That cannot lx n perfect system of edn and make them feel by kind, and lovchosen, ono member from each Congres- notify that gentleman by mall of tho cntion which draws fmth only tho intelsional district represented, as follows: adoption of this resolution nnd of tho lectual Kwcrs of man and leaves the ing won Is that although, they for a time, moral element in him in an tindeveloiicd forget God, lie will not forgi t them, A. L. Smith, Second district; J.J. Milll-ga- tiutu ami placu of meeting. condition. Hence tho desire of tho Cath- might not soiiiu good have been the Third ; E. B. Hundley, Fourth ; B. Fourth Resolved, That tho following olic church to have intellectual and result? T. Gardner, Fifth ; J. II. May, Seventh; named gentlemen nddrcss tho convenmoral training linked together. I love to go to church; to me it is often W. W. Stevenson, Eighth; O. B. Hill, tion at its next meeting: II. T. Groom, lu'h'ieakiug of the attitude thu Catho- n present help in a time of sorrow. I leel Tenth; A. J. Wilson, Eleventh. Tho the Hon. W. W. Stevenson, John J. Millic church assumes toward capital and comforted, nnd strengthen! d by hearing convention then took a rectus until 7 : .'SO lignn and A. L. Smith. labor Archbishop Rynu points out that God's goodness, and His mercy proclaimit is that of a mediator. Shu recognizes Fifth Resolved, That tho various SENATOR UHtCK. tho need society has of Isith and tries to ed from thu pulpit. Hut I do shudder Chairman Ball called the convention manufacturers of road machinery bo and so harmonize their differences ns to make nnd feel so sensitive when I hear these to order nt 8 o'clock, when tho following thoy aro hereby invited to be on hand at Tear from n Drarnnilunt of Heroes. them work together in a manner that cold, unfeeling, heartless remarks, made It was midnight and cold. A few reort on permanent organization was the next meeting and exhibit their vawill advance tho interests of both. Leo by ministers that I know will have it genrious appliances for working roads. shivering uuwstioys closo by Plo alloy received anil adopted : XIII in his encyclical on the lalxir ques- eral duluteiiotiH effect on k many that hung round n chestnut vender's stand First We rccognlzo as the pcrmnnent Sixth Resolved, That tho thanks of action has pointed out how this can hear them. I hope, 1 will not bu so under- liko tlies round tho bung of n molassos officers of this organization, elected De- tho convention bo tendered Mr. II. T. complished. Tho archbishop of Philadelphia believes with the holy father stood as having any disrespect at all for barrel. Tito few passers hurried along cember 20, 1882, R.H.Gray, of WoodGmoiu, editor of tho Industrial Ameriin thu possibility of making lnlmr and thu ministers, and I further hope, that with their coat collars turned up nnd ford, Chairman; W. J. Thomas, of can, for tho nblo nnd valuable articles thof-who read this, and differ with me, eyes straight ahead. Trudo wasn't good. Shelby, Secretary. capital nllies read beforo It, and the press of the Stnto Suddenly a heartrending shriek broke It is tho spirit of cheerful sacrifice for will at hast not condemn me. Second Wo recommend tho election bo requested to publish the same. sobtho stillness, followed by piteous tho sako of sacred principles which Raiiiix II. Lit. Seventh Resolved, That tho County bing. Tho chestnut man, wringing his of n recording secretary, who shall hnvo makes tho Catholic- - church invincible on Stcphensport, Ky Jan. I, I MCI. hands liko n maniac, hung over his over- charge of all communications sent nnd Judge of each county of the Stnto bo reher "triumphant march" in the midst of For instance, Mrs. Chits, Rogers, of Hay turned stand. Sparks and glowing coals received by this organization. quested to appoint one or more delegates difllculties in which tho sects become enThird That for tho purposoof supply to nttend the next meeting of this con gulfed and sink out of sight. It is this City, Mich., iiecitlently spilled scalding streamed across thu sidewalk. A couplo which finds her without a rival In mis- water over her little boy. She promptly of hoys shot out of sight uround tho ing printing and jtostago the sum of $'--r vention. sionary labor. Khu loses no time and applied Do Witt's Witch Ilaz.-- Salve, nearest corner. Tho sobs grow loudor is appropriated to bo raised by collection A. L. Smith, Clir'mn. wastes uotio of her energies in fierce giving instant relief. It's a wonderfully nnd mingled with imprecations in an for that purpose. Bkn. T. Gahdnkh, unknown tongue. Like mngia a crowd W. H. May, campaigns of hatred against other good salvo for burns, bruises, sores, and gathered. A policeman sauntered over. Fourth That tho County Judges John J. Mu.i.ioan. Sliu puts her trust in Christ's promise to bo with her all days n sure euro for piles. Short t Ilnyncs, A hcrdic dashed up. Still tho sobs burst' throughout the Statu bo requested to fur. Piles of People hnvo piles, but oven to tho end of tho world, and sho Clovcrjtort and Iteitrd it Heeler, Ilardins from tho beardod faco of the poor for- -' nish transportation and board to deleeiguor. Somo of tho crowd laughed. burg, Ky. gates from their counties and to forward goes forth "thoroughly devoted and Witch Harel Salvo will cure Tho hortlir man asked him why ho their names in advance to thu Corresto teach nil nations tho things them. Short k Ilnynes, Cloverport, nnd Point of Carlisle's Pondering--. didn't ehaso the gamins and givo them a which Christ commanded. And ho, Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Senator Carlisle Is comparatively a poor sound thrashing. Ho had never thought ponding Secretary. while ministers of other denominations Fifth That this convention, when it man, says tho Washington News. He of that, but at tho word started uftor nro discussing in despondency tho maniIt was adjourns, shall adjourn to meet nt Bowfestations of their decay, they aro struck was never able to save iirjuoy, and thu his tormentors, still sobbing. pay of n cabinet olllccr, $8,000, pa)sabout too late. Ho canto baok, righted his ling Green on Wednesday, April 12, with wonder at tho abounding and abidthe expenses of the Secretary cnpiizcd apparatus, scruped up tho MM. ing vigor of tho Catholic church. To tho chestnuts nnd replaced them over tho Sixth We recommend that tho chairearnest bcckcr after truth these contrasts of the Treasury. When Senator wiifllArTlW(TST0?BH3r nil the man of thljj meeting appoint thu follow iiiin7(Bl&ilf'tffrtmli1nfinri unfold a wealth of wisdom nnd signifwho hud just married a young wife, was littlo fire that remained, crying wnilo liko it whipped schoolboy. Tho icance Irish World. ttpisiintctl Secretary of the Interior by vowd scattered, tho hordic driver drove ing committees, t rcort nt the next Mr. Clovelanil his bridu spent a week ou, tho sobs of tho chestnut man grew meeting: On Turnpikes, five members: I.utnlaK rurnl by two application!. Mr. II, anil finally found what less and loss until tho frosty air turned ou Dirt Roads, five members ; on New nJfflSB II H C. ItlKUy, llalllinoie, Mil., Sj.ccUl Acnt of tlic Roads, five members; ou Roatl Law, II vo seemed to bu a suitable residence for a thorn Into a chatter. Life Inauranre Co , of New York,i)t; Mutual tvHrlnfl TOW tHliWraMifr:ir:3J'i' "Them Dagoes ain't wnth nothini" members. "I taAc plcatmc In aUtlnif tli.it two application. Cabinet ollleer. Shu drove to tho Senate, said ono young follow to another as they Soventh That when this convention cre attack of of which Mr. Ijunnr wns still it member, of Salvation Oil cured mo of bawl reassembles tho report of all committees lumbago," to tell her husband the news of her dis- hurried down tho street "They liko babies' shall be read in tho order mentioned Tho Catholic Church nml I'lilillo School.. covery. His first question was: s legionaries nnd GariAnd yet The Catholic church in gencrnl, and "What is the rent dear?" baldi's riflemen wero of that ruco. Bos- iiImivu beforo discussions on any subject The Corcorm Mamlon, Waiblngton, D. C. especially tho holy see, fur from con"Seventy-fivhundred a year." shall 1)0 allowed. ton Journal. IIoibo of Senator llrlco. demning or treating with indifference The Senator lapsed into deep thought T. J, Momtow, Chairman, public schools, desires rather that and tho A Tronlilrmitno nirl Saint. the young wife sstid.rather nervously: Rowland Cox, Tako good caro of your beard nnd keep by tho joint action of civil nnd ecclesiThe stnto nnd general governments nro "Do you think it extravagant?" E. A. comiis, astical uuthoriths there should bo public it clear of gray hairs bo' as to retain your very much alarmed ovor tho Indian1 slow"It is not that," returned J. II. Davidson, schools in over- - state, according as tho young looks by using Buckingham's Dye troubles In tho western part of thlsstnto.f I). M. Rodman. circumstances of tho icoplo require, for ly. "I was wondering what I should do in tho Slorra Madru mountains. Acfor the whiskers. Mitj, II. T. Groom, of this city, was tho cultivation of tho useful arts and with the other $.r00 of my salary." cording to tho roports which have natural sciences, but tho Catholic church Tlio lrey'Hytmn. Small In size, great in results: Do Witt's roaehed hero during the Inst few days,' elected Recording Secretary. Following shrinks, from thoso features of public tho Yaqui Indians hnvo been greatly is tho rojtortof tho Committee on ResoTho Dowoy system of cataloguing n Little Karly Risers. Rest pills for Const!-iwtioschools which nro opposed to tho truth massacre of lutions: library was devised by Mr. Melvil Duw best lor felck Headache, best for aroused by tho wholeialo Christianity and to morality, and friendly tribo nt Thu committee on Resolutions beg oy, nt present director of tho stnto li of society itself, Sour Stomach. They never grltte. Short thoir neighbor nnd 'since, in tho interest by govornmont troops, Tho lenvu to mako tho following report: brary. In it'all books nro classified into theso objectionable features nro removIlnynes, Cloverport, and Heard A Heel- pcacoAblo Yuquis in tho rnlloys of Resolved, That wo approvo the culling a certain number of principal subjects, able, therefore not only tho bishops but er, Hiirdinshurg, Ky. and Chihuahua aro leaving thoir which, in alphabetical order, reccivo imtho citizens ut largo sl'(uld labor to farms and ranches, nnd with their wives of this convention nnd we favor tjio numbers; for instance, astronomy may" In virtuo of their own right Never Injures Stock. nnd children nro gathoring nt nn ap- provement of public roads. We beliovo bo 1. Then the subjects aro dlvidod, Stock Is never injured w lien enclosed pointed rendezvous in tho mountains that great good can bo dono to tho peonnd in tho causo of morality. From nnd each division receives n decimal; Archbishop Sutolli's Address. by n Picket and Wire Fence. The Gar- - north of Trinidad, whoro thoy hnvo dis- plo of Kentucky by agitating tho qnes' for oxnmplo, history may bo 1; thus rett Fenco Machine that this fence is covered another patron saint in tho per' Hon of thu betterment of tho public roads' the history of astronomy is numltercd Dr. Hale's Household Tea made by is in successful operation In son of a beautiful Mexican girl named of tho State. 1,1, Tho divisions nro further subdipostively Is n pleasant herb drink, which every State and Territory in the United Anita Rocu, whoso father is it ihophord. Second Resolved, That wo favor tho vided, nnd each subdivision receives a cures dyspepsia, liver complulnt ntitl all States, nnd seems to bo u universal favorBt. Anita urges tho Indian worshipers' number expressing hundredths. Books working of convicts and persons convictkidney diseases. Ono doso n tiny taken ite. Address 8. II. Garret, Mansliuld, to mako war upon tho Mexicans, nnd on the history of astronomy in America to reclaim tho rich Moxlcau lands in tho ed of minor offenses on sentence upon might bo 1.18. at bedtime does tho business, 'm mid GO cU per pnekugo. Get It to day nt Short Ohio, for calnloguu giving full description Yaqui vnlloy which' tho government has public roads convinced thai tho employ, After theso como, whon necessary, A liayni'H drugs to ro. of Machine und wholesale prices of picktakon from them. There nro sovoml ment of convict labor in this manner further subdivisions still, nnd then, in ets, wire, Ac., which wo sell direct to the hundred .......... braves ...... nbout 200 . would interfere less with free labor than practice, como tho shelf marks, which Cnthoilcf In Nareth. Moxlcnni now preparing to begin their j f ,.,npoyed In any other wny, such road show whero tho book- - is to bo found, of tho ontlro farmer. In Nazareth tho caro improvement to b trlbuted as equal Tho system, theoretically, is tterfect; Singers and public speakers find Ayer's Jr. ?, :::" " Catholic ttopulation Is In the hands of practically it is cumbrous, nnd, except ,)0 ovflr l,, huio- tho Beuedictiues, and nil tho holy spots Cherry Pectoral Invaluable. It never expected to begin thoir cnmpnlgn nssoou' . "" "' ? to tho cataloguer, unsatisfactory. Adaptcharge. Tho thero recorded nro in their That Mr. Isaac P. ed in variour ways, it is used in many fails to cleanse the throat nnd stregthen as whiter seta in. -- Cor. BU Louis Globo- -' I Third-Resol- ved, population of Nazareth, which is entireI Porter, of Now York, Democrat. editor of "Good libruriea, however. New Vork Buu. tho voice. ly Catholic, reaches nearly 2,000, i chas-tizometo-da- Clearance w&Mmm5mmxmmmi In order to make room for Spring Goods I offer my entire stock of all MILLINERY GOODS Now on hand at a ' 0 Per Cent. Oti From former prices. Eveiy article sold for less money than it cost me. Call and see and be convinced. " NOTICE THESE PRICES - ' 11 Trimmed Hats. former price $1.00 " " " " 1.50 2.00 u Untrimmed Hats. Price now 25 cts. u - - Price now 50 cts. a former price 50 u " 75 " "SL00 - a 75 "S1.00 Fancy Feathers. - life-bo- Priceinow 25 cents. a 50 u 75 former price ( 50 cent's., $1.00 1.50 s ; if, i. Odd Number Corsets 25 cents each. Mrs. H. V, Duncan, THE MILLIN Some Vankeo Traits ltM n, MM 1 COL. JAMES 0. BERUKT. c If Tho personal estate of tho lata Duko Manchester wns wortli only $3,105. CUTAWAY JACKETS. EVEN THE ALTAR ROBBED FASHIONABLE MODELS. FOR I cimkles nc bodice. and beads rind worn over a high pointed bodlco of dull bluo silk striped and piped with gold and bolted with a girdlo of gold fillgrco closed with n clasp of mock jowols. In tho squaro opening at tho throat bluo chiffon Is frilled and fulled with many pufllnga around tho neck, Hugo slashed sleeves of velvet show bluo between tho slashes, which aro edged with gold. Wlint Itlbbona Do. Ribbons nro tho rago. Not oven tho last tinio that fashion was hung up and strung up with ribbons did sho luwo moro of thorn than wo bid fair to hnvo 's now. Tho last ribbon crazo was in timo, and, dear mo, how many moro ribbons wo hnvo to chooso from than they had then I It is a good idea, for ribbons aro great freshenors. Sow them in rows on old tulle. Thoy will holp to keep tho tullo togothcr, cover holos and spots and mako it prettier than boforo. If a bodico does not fit, bow ribbons on it in bands, following tho best lines of tho figure You will bo astonished to find that somohow it Booms to bo a fit at onco. With a fow yards of ribbons you can turn a blouso into a swell, swathed fit. Mo-lioro- De-Wit- car-nes- t" one-thir- d Jacket In livery Stylo Vied to Renew Old Ooirni and Addlnff Trettl-n- c and Chlo to New One. with More Than the Deilrod Effect. A feoluro of this season's toilot la tho Cairo jacket, which is so frequently seen that ono wonders how tho world dressed nt nil beforo its revival. According to tho Now York Sun vnrious modifications of this dazzling littlo rouavo aro seen, sometimes tho round cornered velvet coat of tho hnrom nppcaring precisely ns worn by tho Turkish women, sparkling with metallic XonsTO , Cactus Republic do not possji shuro of Yaukeo shrowdnes to becomo wisor without grof ier during a year s sojour eaid Ignatius .Schumaker, tho circlo of bonanza kings talking pay roclc in tno corr Southern. "I went down it of years ago to pick up a 'few.' tho mining district. At Chlhul came acquainted with ani who professed to become .V me. Ono day, when I liad leathery old heart with puL i tided to mo that hk-n--nu old Aztec liiiV , It was situatei .ifxm a Yaqnal rivor,f.;f land 1 brother, a wealthy" ranenfl from this mino that tho! drew tno bulk or tnolr rac "Durine tho war wacred inlno was forgotten, jindTl panlon had latoly dlscovil had specimens of tho ore, fully 70 por cent, coin silvor.J I bit bit ravenously. I sot brother's ranch next day and afterathrco days' rido. Tli was certainly thero, and it i indication of being as rich as'il I scrapod togothor ovory dofi command and bought a third j it Then I went to work to f I pany to dovolop It. I did not J howovor. Tho first man I looked at mo pityingly audi 'So old Joso has caught anothj has he? My innocent friend nolo is salted. You could ovory ounce of pay rock with fivo miles of tho placo Inn Yil il St. Louis Globo-Democra- "If anvbodv thinks tho house-huntin- ILyifflii Cn-sar'- e n, CAino JACKET, lo t Bo-no- embroidery and edged with littlo bHvt balls, Eminonco purple nnd rightly named is this royal color, ns it was wont only by prelates Until fashion, seeking for novelty, entered tho sanctuary and robbed tho priest of Ids mantlo for tho ndoming of her followers forms tho richest medium for tho expression of this idea. With silver stitchlngs nnd traceries of tho old lotus pattern in sparkling threads tho jacket is quito covorod, nnd whon worn by n dark" woman over n palo gray or dull green irnwn tho inathbd in tho madiicss which prompted tlio dress magnates to eclzo upon this bncrou color la uocluouly BP" How to Keep tho Feet Wurni. A lifo insuranco company, whoso under tho circumstances may bo takon as eincoro, tolls its clients that tho goldon rulo tyi cold woathcr is to keep tho oxtromitics warm. Tho first and most important rulo for tho carrying out of this idea Is novcr to bo tightly shod. Boots or Bhocs that fit closoly prevent tho freo circulation of tho blood by pres-Burbut whon, on tho contrary, thoy do not embraco tho foot too firmly tho spneo loft between tho shoo nnd tho stocking has a good supply of warm air. Tlio second rulo is nover to Bit in damp shoes. It is often supposed tlutt unles ehoes nro positively wot it is unnecessary to change them whilo tho foot aro at rest. This is a great fallacy, for whon tho least dampness is nbsorbed into tho solo in its 'evaporation it absorbs tho heat from tho foot, and thus perspiration is dangerously checked. This can bo easily proved by trying tho experiment of neglecting tho rulo. Tlio feet will bo found cold and damp nftor a fow minutes, although on taking off tho shoe and oxamlnlng it It will appear to bo quite dry, ad-vio, Iiaao Newton' I'lr.t li Tlio youth of high ments who Is always can naturally raises hopes ol bucccss In a particular aj tno most is mauo oi mm a credit to himself, but to tho latter, indeed, certificate n "lmmai tho first class. Finatry. and It Is contulontly. ho does not nchiovo tlo of lifo, it can onl; soino moral flaw timo to declaro ltsob But the. "dull ; tho benefit oftl7& tion oss to "is tu MliTifA,'lrM- - rnrmfiXl allowed t develop i ing from which heJ ins irionua Mtly ixfcaua pected of hlw. No ona claim of Sir Ismo Nov raont in Westminster pralso conferred by Po epitaph: Nature and nature's lwl Qod laid, "Let Newton I Nevertheless the nhllosonhorswas a roj school. Sir David Bra Newton mado littlo p who yaa day tho irlven him a severe ki from which he Buffer labored inceseautly tin him In tho school, and continued to rise until boy.H London Standard ly I i Berrlng Celery. boon solved, ::Zi; " 3 '' nt least tomnnmrtlv In th ' parent prevailing fashion of laying two or three .n TV- - Al fTt. clioico stalksat thosidoof tch plate. Nobody regretted tho retirement of the osquo and striking thcator waist who:r tall colery vases, bnt tho flat worn by tho right worann. Tlio jackat about equally awkward anddishes wero inconvenis a battlementcd basque of ltunter'a ient Tho present idea is sensiblo and green velvet bordorod with gold brail satisfactory and should bo preserved. L 1 ( ,iKXS iuu uruuium ui uuw lOHervnrwinrv nn Novel Vie for ;1 Some of Kansas' emr present being used to fit wheat This indicated. of morals and finance Journal. totT-i- " "gdam, "I A- -