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V iqp m J f - JVUnfW"l jtU vJit- tj.r - iltifca tptipwp-'iw'V- ' (UpmiUDI WIIIUMMUVUIIU III - - HWthEffi tilfc "" Y"ir7)Mff"" - "I " if5jj eJOAottoJWuliiiMLi.o.v.j,, M r! - " J v,r"r"' "E7" M - .teUwtjBaatafltittBifBCMMFani ll iMIl nH M 4 T mil I tit If. THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY A Dream. VOL. XVII. 1, 1893. Irvington Milling A A 1 COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. drem had, yei three nlghti ago, dream, that caused a thrill and a glow A dr.au, oh, 7.1, 'twai only a dr.am, I with thing, were alwaya what they teem, I itood with my handi orcr my .yet, And th.y .hot oat tho light from thenktti. For I wai T.ry far from glaJncii, as yburs makes tho whold world langh- not empty laughter, but hearty. Atnoon Jierck Dowitt camo to report. Ho nnd tho boys woro aafoly hid in his to lean upon I should not havo lost force to climb nnd blqnm. Such a morry heart L A osa king's! nTM CblhnJ 1 m m L nc luff at) eel id-i- f covuj ore, Ivor.! ISot 1 and uti'vv T1L..-- K i i T r "Iko mostly Bleeps," nays Jierck, "Sam plays oW sledgo witli dummy, and is writin something in short lines Mdrchant'and Custom'Millors, nil beginuin with big letters poetry And all my thought! were tinged with IIo's an awful groat scholar." Their plana were ugain discussed nnd Grain Dealers and Manufacturers ord6rs isstuxl. As thua I itood In rererle, loit, "Well,' said Jierck, "nt dusk I'll havo On. drew near to where I wa; of the my men and father's runt pony for tho ,My handi I took from off my eyei, prisoner to straddle down at tho forks And a maiden I beheld to my .urprlie. of tho road waitin for yotf. Nothing can stop us now but ono thing." My fae. told h.r my thoui(hta wrr. ad "And thatr" risked tho major. Iter tyropatby itrored to make mo gUd, "Is Lady Drothertoft. If she susNor did .he In th. effort tire, picions anything beforo wo'ro ready to Till ihe luccded In her doslr.. run it will bo ull up with us halter On thing ihe wl.h.d to lay, " m round our necks and ull tip nmong the She Inclined her head In her iweetway, acorns." So Jierck, still "stiff as tho lord chanIn thli act the maiden fair, cellor," und yet ltinbor as a smiko in the llruihed my forehead with her hair. grass, took his departure Why waa It ihe drew to mo 10 near? Afternoon hours went slower than Iho She had nothing I know to fear, morning honrfel to lay 10 dear, Wai what .he had "Tho sun ulwnys seems to iiiq to hold That .he wUhed no other to know or hear. back in going down hill," Skerrett said. -- OF "I wish ho would tumblo to bod faster. What wai it that the bad to tell, I am impatient to mnko oifr success Ai her mow-whibrowagalmtmln. fell? Buro." Wai It lomethlng to eauie the blood to "Your Bturdy confldonco rens"suros Urt, mo," returned Brofliortoft. "I nm happy And qaloker go on IU way to the heart T thoro is ono of us whoso heartbeats will Or wai It lomethlng that would chill not unsteady him. I loso hopo when I The blood In my vein and make It itlllT think whnt'failuro uioans to my daughter." . No, It could not be anything 10 hoirld I For her brown hair, It touched my for.- "I must keep mysolf tho cool outsitlor, with only a knight crrant's share in this hoad. ndventuro," Potcr said. Ai the bent her head In her aweet way, A hard task ho found lhisl Tho fathor Ai If ihe had lomethlng to me to lay, so charmed him that lro folt himself, for I failed to hear hor rolce It relate, his sake, taking n very tendor, fraternal For I opened my eyes and wai awake. interest in tho young lady. It wns so easy to picturo hor in her chamber, not a You a.k why It wai that I awoke T looking tearfully for help toHer 10ft touch the spell of .lumber broke. milo away, ward tho hills. It was so easy to fancy with that I had longer slept. Ob, I her faco her fathor's, with tho bloom of And then ihe had not the secret kept, youth instead of tho shades of sorrow and hor character her father's, with all Bay dear reader, tell, If you w'. Ample capital, tho best quality this gontlencss that porhaps weakened Would It rery, Tory allly bo To aik the thought ihe n aed to expreu, him, in her but sweet womanliness. of grain and modorn machinery, Pe'tor Skerrett perccivod to tho full tho When I awaked to my ,re distress T romance of tho adventure Ho (skillfully handled enable ub topro-In memory of thli dream 10 dear, undeveloped truo lover Whloh I ihatt treaiuremany a year, in him grow restive Ho thought that duce results unsurpassed. d ho was nil tho timo putting down that Shalt I a.k that maiden fair, turbulent personage Porhaps ho was. For one bright lock of her brown hair 7 Orders promptly filled and care-fBut it nyist bo avowed that ho ofton regretted his mustache, despised Ids ill attention given to fitting coat nnd pnly consoled himself by recalling, "It will bo night, and sho will only half seo me" As evening apCUSTOM WORK. t proached Peter Skerrotf iorcoivod that nv his desiro to redcom this fair victim For any further information call EDWIN WINTHROP. from nmong the bad nnd tho baso was become a passion. Ho nlso noticed that reiKjat. 'on'oraddress tho Copyright, iSoj.by United States nook Company its fervor kept him cool nnd stendy. and pubfUhsd by .pecUl arrangement Jierck, hiddon in tho thicket, looked Silent sunset came Tho crisis drew with them. near. Doubts began to curdle in Edwin kindly nt tho old tree Ho smiled to ro- Brothertoft's mind. Ho looked ovor tho call the meetings there when ho was a sttorsiH. timid, clumsy lover. For n moment rec TART I Rdwm nrothertoft, heir to a manor broad landscape nnd along tho solemn ollections half comic and all pleasant ban on the Hudion, 1. left an orphan with the manor horizon, nnd all his own pnst spread ished his agony of a man betrayed by u heavily morticed to the Ilillop estate. He rocs him, sad colored and dreary. to New;York cltv to stek bis fortune. CHAT. "Ah my beautiful childhoodl he utsioyai woman. TKK IV Jane Ilillop, the Ilillop heire... gains V But presently he heard sounds that with young Ilrotlitrtoft. KY. an Interviewnrothertoft fortunes are unitedThe thought "Ah my ardent youth, my by Ilillop and marriage. VI llrothertoft goes on a colonial aspiring manhood, my dofeated prime! wero not tho light clash of fulling leaf with falling leaf. Footsteps and voices mlstlon to England. Mrs. llrothertoft succumbs My life utterly defeated, as tho world to anglomanln and longs for a title Illrth ol a measures defeat and all through hor! wcro coming. Jiorck withdrew u little daughter, I.ucy, and return home. VII The manor house becomes the resort ol redcoats. All through , her, tho woman I loved nnd watched. Two women npjwared up Iirothertolt is at lastexiled by wife and daughter with my whole heart! PIcaso God we tno pathway, following their long shad lie Joins the patriots. PAIIT II Major I'eter Skerrett, aid to Gen-ermay not meet tonight! Pleaso heaven ows. They camo out into tho glade it Washington, arrives at General I'utnain's we may never meet until her dark hour was his wifo and her sister, furloughed CHAT-TKrMtilotcampatl'lshkilUon.the.Hudson. III hkerrctt volunteers to lead a party to com 03 Please heaven that when tho for tho oveuing uud on their way Iiuit.e "cut out" Captain Kerr, a redco.it, who is a loneliness of sin comes upon her and the ward, guest at llrothertoft manor. IV Kdwin llrothJierck beheld tho woman's story writ ertoft, noun as Sergeant Lincoln, la among misery of a worse defeat than any I have Skerrstt'a men. A servant from the manor, felt is hers thut then nt. last 1 may be Urn on iior face tho tablet whero ull vonairc, onngs news to camp, v Mrs. lirotn-ertonro written for decipher designs that Lucy shall marry Captain ready with such words of pardon as sho Wtori;8 of Kerr. VI Lucy is anxious to escape. VII rors to read. Uo saw no wish thoro to necusr Skerrett takes Voltaire into the plot to capture "Seo!" said Skerrott, softly. "It is oxpungo or roviso tho later chapters. Kerr and rescue Lucy. VIII Jlerck Dewitt an His wifo was still an insolont, brazen, old manor hand, is Skerrctt'a guide. dark; Thoro is n light In your daughI'AIIT III Itedcoatsare atllrnliirrtoft manor woman, tho connterpart of her mlstictu ter's window. Wo will go to hor." l'lsh-ki- ll n Voltaire prepares for Lucy's flight to the rump. "In tho namoof God!" paid tho fathor. on a lowor piano. Poor Jiorck! ho had been drawn to "Tho const is clear for us, Tcsnmeo VIIL PART THREE-CHAIT- EIt this spot, so ho fult, to see his murderess Jiorck. "Clour nlmoHt as if these wcro peaco times. Now, if you'll como along, and be stabbed over again. Thu exI'll tako you to n safe den in tho woods, ceeding weight of his agony camo crusha inilo from tho manor houso, whore ing down upon him. He shivered. It soomod to him that snow must suddenly you can stay nil day, snnr as a chip- havo fallen with sunset A momont launk in a chestnut stump, and tco how ago it was not spring nor summor, but tho land lios. I'll toll yen my othor very tolorablo autumn; now winter had news as wo go.' come, chilly nnd dreary. A friendless They took up their guns and knapplace to him this traitor world! Jierck sacks and followed. Tho light of mornfelt smitten with degradation. lie was ing was fair nnd tender. The autumn utterly miserable, and tho old chestnut colors woro exhilarating. White frost trto Insulted him with memories of his shouo upon tho slopes and glimmorod doad hopes of happiness. upon overy leaf in tho grovos, "1 must havo comfort," thought Tuoso woro tho mnnor lands. Each Jierck. pot Edwin Drothertoft romombered 'us When sorrow Is too sharp to bo borne GEO. a scono of his childhood's discovories 'of & and comfort must bo had at onco men facts and mysteries in nature They go to the anodynes nnd stimulants. Kos-mo- s walked on for an hour, nnd Drothortoft providos theso in grout variety. Throughout our entire establishment, grow almost gay with memories of hia Tho four of most universal application in view of tho fact thut wo havo just youth. nro: "Do you boo that whito shining closed ono of tho most successful years Tobacco, nlcohol, marriago, death. wo have determined to through tho trees?" B.tid Jiorck, halting. in our existence, Poor Jiorck Dewitt wanted comfort nt tnako a clean sweep of what remains of "It's tho river. Ten stops nnd you'll sco once A whiff of smoko from his pipo tho house. Now, major, I'll go and look wns not concentrated enough, and ho after my boys and como at noon for could not wait to try what virtuo thoro your orders." was in bigamy. Jierck turned back into tho wood. "Kum or this!" ho said 'wildly. Tho Major 8korrott stepicd forward eagerly. Jierck balanced U upon hla lint and of all description. nltornativo "this" soomod to attract him Uo had an oyo for a landscape He had, tWlVOCd. for nn Instant Uo drew his knife from Those who nro not in immediate need also, a soldier's oyo for every new bit of Scene, tho Interior of Sqniro Dowltt'i his bolt und folt along tho cold edge. possiblo battlefield. will do well to purchuso for tho future. barn. Was ho about to tosto tiiat mighty nar Ton steps brought him to tho edgeof Hay at the sides, hay at tho back, and great mountains of hay rise into the cotic, Death? touched his knifo Mciraltopta for $1.75 worth $2.75 tho slope. A transcendent prospect sudDeath! He blade u " " 2.00 denly flung out its colors before him. dusky regions of tho loft. vrl.60 Gloom alighted ujon tho landscape. First was a stripe of undulating upland In tho centro stands Jiorck Dowitt, " " " 1.24 1.75 thoroughly Octobered. Then a utripo'of justreturnod from his noon interview The golden woods grow lurid. Silenco, r doopor than ho had ovor known, doojv rivor, bonding liko a belt in a Hag that a with Major Skerrett. Ono lot of Men's and Boys' Hoots onod und doepenod, until ho fnuciod thut breozo is twisting between its fingers. At tho left Bits Iko Van Wart asleop, naturo was hushed and listening for his worth $1.50 to $'.'.50, going nt,. . . .$1.00 Then boyoud highlands, not so glowing with his mouth open. Perhaps, like death moan. as tho foreground, nor so sparkling blue Voltaire, ho hears partially with hU Ono lot of Lad's 8hoes worth $1.25 An imagined picturo grow beforo his flio blue water, nor bo simplo as the tonsils. 70c. as $1.75, going for. to oyesi Timo, morning, Sccno, tlds glado sky, softly combined nnd roiwated nil On tho right old Sam Galsworthy U of tho big A titan killing timo with old elougo for a woapon. tho tree chestnut. sunbeams lids undor Men'H Overcoats for $12.00, worth $18.00 tho olomonts of beauty before him. The first molt Ho turned to givo and tnko sympathy " " His right hand has just beaten his left frost that dabbled his hair, Uo must tho " 15.00 0.08, bo from his companion. " " 10.00 was not beaid him. Mr. Drothertoft and won tho stakes, viz., twelve oats. " rt,i8, a sound sloopor, for a chipmunk hns IIu had ecu ted Canudy Btoalthily apHondreous picked his pockets of thoir crumbs, nnd himself wthin covor of the wood. proaches tho gaping eleeper on the loft Goods marked for half price on our "Como out, slrr called Skerrett with Ho holds a head of timothy grass in now stands ou his forehead, chuckling enthusiasm. "I am so liewildored with those times of war wo perceive that it U over his breakfast Mrs. Jiorck Dowitt this bcautifpU'prospect that I need to a good model for a cannon sponge Honi enters tho glado. Sho boob tho sloopor. Bargain Oouncers. hoar another-inun'- s superlatives to sat- drocus introdncos tlnibthy's head into She starts and approaches cautiously, isfy mo I am not in a dream. Como Van Wart's mouth and begins to tickle Sho stares, and thon looks up with a groat, bold smilo of roliof and scorn. out, elrl Wo nro quito Bafo." the! tonsils and palate, so roSy, husband. Uo lies For tho sleeper Is The day wore on; and in this pattso of To these enters protty Katy Dewitt dead; with a knifeher his breast in action tho two gentlemen openod their blushing and smiling. Fragrance "Not" hissod Jierck, dashing away hearts to each other. . BRANDENBURG, KY. comes with her, and well it may, for she It wns tho 'intercourse of father and bears dinner a deep yellow dish of pork tliis picturo from his eves. "I'll not son. Each wanted wliut the other gave and beans and a pumpkin pie exquisite- kill myself to plonso hor. "Rum! I must havo rum, or 1 shall him. ly varnished. ITCHIN6 PILES Tho old The fatherless junior felt his mind Jiorck Dowitt at orfco go mad. placo in man's jug will be In Tendor hearted tho kitchen cupboard," growdeopor with a man who hud touched remembered the wife who ip' happier theld SWAYNTS bottom in thought IIu was sobered days' crisped his pork and sweetened his huwhtinued. Ueskulkod along rapidly through the Ammotxmvr o a mo, 0WTMENT and softened by the spectacle of ono so pie. woods, liko a I wast of prey, Tho great faithful to the truth that was in him so Hendrecus dropped his tickler Into gentle, so indulgent, weakened perhaps Van Wart and sprang up toMielp his dull ugony in his heart pausod a moby sorrow, but never soured. sweetheart. Her pretty BraileV'stirred ment He could keep It down from pa.awa Baa. ruuiabUa. all h W nt. ftfn The Bonless rteuiorsaid. "Ah, Bkerrettl happy smiles on his face a bright afid maddening him while ho thought of his sorry connoillon to cjpme, you are tho young tgik. If, I hut) had you gopd humored one4 JUqugh Rtjll of pU Hon-drecper-hais lathers bam. Highest Grades CI blue-eye- d te Roller Process PLOTJB Roller Process Corn. "MZestl Bran, Shipstuff and m blue-eye- ul Edwin Brothertoft. fed complexion, flis loverliko attentions brought out a blush on her cheeks. That fair color Bcomcd to niako tho old barn glow nnd nil tho haymow blodm with fresh bonds of pink clover. Poor Jiorrk Dowitt recalled how thoro woro onco smiles as gay nnd blushos us tendor between him nnd a damsel us buxom. Poor fellow! his dinner did him no good. Ho grow moodier and moodier. Tho little scetio Ifetween his sister and Ilcndrt-cuhad made him miserable. Ho could not sleep liko Van Wart, nor play cards with Oalsworthy nor skylark with Ilcudrecus. IIu sat brooding over his sorrow. His powers of s'elf control wcro weakened. Ho could not throw off this weight of an old bitter-iMisA great vague' misery oppressed him. Uo began to fear his wits were going. s "If '1 could only got thoso ugly into shape," hu thought, Jul could grapplo with them and choku them down. 1 must do Bomuthlng or I shall go mad. I bellovo I'll steal 'round through tho woods" to whero I can seo ohl.Uilsby's houso and the chestnut treo whero Abby first said sho'd havo mo. Looking at tho places may help mo to drag this grief out of mysolf und put it on them." Now that thu British troops wcro withdrawn for Vaughan's expedition, Jierck felt quito socuro in dodging about the woods of tho manor. Uo left his companions in the barn nnd stolo off toward Ids fathor-in-law- 's old red farmhouso. Uo felt as if ho woro his own ghost, compelled to haunt a spot whero ho had been uiurdcred. It was quiotuuneot. Tho goldon light of evening was among tho goldon woods. Tho forest showered goldu'11 IcaVes uiion tho ground and molted away in golden motes across tho lovel sunbeams. Jierck stolo along until ho camo to a Httlo gludo crossed by u pathway. A great chestnut tree had mndo tho glade its own. Lessor plants wero easily thrust back by its stout overshadowing branches, und its brethren of the forest hud willingly given place to see what their brother would do with its chance of greatness. It had dono nobly. It was nn example to trees atid tho world, of tho wisdom of standing by ono's roots, expanding to ono's sunshiuo and letting ono's solf grow liko 11 fino old vegetable, This had boon Jierck's trysting treo in tho times when the pastoral ixcm of his Ilfo wns writing Itself, a canto a day Undor this chestnut ono suulmcr's ovo, when tho whole treo was a groat bou quot of flowery tussels, Jierck hatl siul denly ventured to jwp his shy question c uii inromeu rouins up in tlioso very branches had shouted his sweetlioart's "yea," for all tho birds and breezes to a. fool-Jng- IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. bo-fo- re IRVINGTON, READ al THE Il 1 GOOD NEWS ft 'J8 C R E A T MARK SALE AT W N !DO ' cocked pistol nnd took nim. It was comic in the dim hall to sco him going through his silent pantomime Ho in. thrust, ho parried, ho dropiicd his iolnt, Tho family wore nt supper. Thoso ho bowed liko nn accomplished master woro tho early years of tho Revolution, of fence. Uo raised a pistol, bowed nnd war had not yet uttorly desolated graciously, ns If to say, "Aprcs vous, this region. Squire Dowltt's was still n monsieur," touched' trigger, nesumod a prosperous household, and ho, a (lite old look half triumph, half concorn, thon patriarch, piesldod at a liberal board. laid his hand upon his heart and smiled OpiKwlto him sat tho mild mother of tho tho smilo of ono whoso wounded honor houso. is nvonged. All this was dono without Tho harmony of a lifetimo of love and so much us a chuckle companion thinking 011 companion carua While Plato waa nt his noiseless gymhad tuatlu her expression almost identinastics Voltnlro, through tho pantry, cal with her husband's. Pretty Knto, n had conducted tho sergeant into Major daughter of her parents' old ago, bustled Kerr's presence tho meal along nnd hoped hor HendreSkerrott, with his mustache off and cus wns uot getting hungry. Jierck's in n disguise a world too shrunk for his only slstor. a widow, was making two Bluiuks and shoulders, looked much less smiles grow In tho place of onu on hor tho hero than when ho first stepped forth boy Tommy's ronud faco by cutting his upon theso pages, Indeed, ut tills mogingerbread Tatter than usual. Tho cat ment ho did not feel very heroic. from a dresser watched every moraol IIu was sailing under false colors. Ho LV2 nud every sip with a felluo look, which wns acting a He. Ho did not liko tho is a tliief look. business, whntovor tho motlvo wns. Ho This homely sccno, instead of sooth- took his seat tho rivnl major, ing poor Jierck, was dublo bitterness nnd thought, "If fair play Is u jowol, I to him. must givo tho effect of paste sot in pinch"Curse tho woman 1 made my wifo!" beck at this moment" ho thought "Shu has spoiled my chance "Glad to seo you, sargeant," says of homo and fireside, of n happy ago nnd Kerr, speaking thick. "That's right," children to lovo nnd reverenco me. to Voltaire. "Givo him some winol Curse hor for innking mo hnto my Hfol" Fine stuff thoy havo In this houso. BetHe turned away, half mean, half florcc, tor than regulation grog, sargeant." ond stolo In by tho back door to tho cupTho newcomer nodded nnd went at hla board. supper vigorously. Tliero sat tho great jug as of yore It "GoMishuvu th' King, sargnl Supwaa of gray stoneware with blue splashpers!" says Kerr, holding up his glasa es. Its spout wns fashioned into a faco aslant and spilling a Httlo. on tho broad grin. "Comfort here!" tho "Bumpers!" resiiondcd tho other. grinning mask seemed to wink, nnd did "Frnstrnto their politics. Confound not reveal' how short lived and bastard thoir knavish tricks," chanted Kerr. wus tho comfort it promised. Jierck "Robblstricksh, 1 mean, sargn. Cuffoud heaved np its clumsy heft, balanced It 'cm. Uuppers?" npon his lips und swigged. "Bumpers!" Skerrett rejoined, still Thoro is a sago nnd lionorablo lnw that feeling great compunction nt tho part ho limits tho rpbbing of orchards "Eat wns playing. your till, but don't (111 your tiockets." "Sargeant," says Kerr, "I'm going to Jierck was rash enough to violato this tell you something," nlso. Ho pocketed n pint of his sorry Skerrett looked attention. comforter. Ho found an empty bottlo "I'm going to be married tomorrow'' lubcled "Hair Oil." Thoro woro namo-les- s spoken confidentially. unguents before Macassar, nnd this "Ah!" bottlo had held 0110 of them. Jierck illlod "Don't say 'Ah!' sargeant. Ah it from the jug, and mndo for tho barn doubtsh. h'ay Oh! sargeant I just In timo to evado protty Kate carry- askltshpussonlefaver, sargn. Say Oh!" ing supper to tho others nnd her Hen"Oh!" drecus. "That's right. Oh is congratulation." Supper was done Dusk wns come He mado muddy work witli tho last Jiorck sot out with his party for tho ren- word. "Yes, sargeant, doocid protty dezvous. Tho peril was considernble girl, doocid pretty property. Want to Huuging wus tho poiinlty for being sco her, sargeant V" caught So thoy sharpened their eyes, "No, I thnnk you." llmi pricked up their cars, trod softly nnd "Yes, you do, sargeant Don't to persuade the runt pony to do the mo! I'm a lucky fellow, snrgeant. tried same Jiorck brought up tho rear in a ways was with women. I'll have her state of sullen contempt. down iu the parlor by and by, and yon At tho cross roads Major Skerrett and can look through tho crack of tho door his companion mot them. It was night nnd see her. Sho loves mo so much, now in tho woods. A red belt of day sargeant, that she's gone up stairs to boiling Dunderborg stnred watchfully nt look at her wedding dress nnd wish for cgi tho party. tomojrow." "1 will go down to tho houso nlono, as (To bo Continued.) M wo arranged," whispered tho major. "Tho pegro will ndmit 1110 to the dining room. Do you bo ready on tho lawn by tho window nt half past eight! It will bo dark enough for safety by that time Whou 1 open tho window uud whistle, jump iu and take our man. That is my plan. If anything goes wrong I will of alter it But nothing will go wrong. Uoodbyl" He moved away through tho darkness. Tiio party waited in tho woods, listening to the sounds of evening. It grow chilly. Jierck Dowitt retired again and again, and sipped from his bottlo labeled "Hair Oil." He was ashamed of himself for violating his pledge to tho major. But ho soliloquized, "1 am only taking just enough to keep my spirit up just enough to make a man of mo after my making a baby of myself at sight of that woman." Just enough! It is not pleasant to betray tho errors of tho past; but it is n truth grave in this history that tho unhappy fellow had much more than ' enough when, nt half past eight, ho haltNotice. ed his party under cover of tho shrubbery 011 tho lawn nt Drothertoft manor To tub I'uiimo: I liavo just fitted up nnd opened a houso. s saloon at tho old Martin stand, east end of iron bridge and will keep PART THREE CHAPTER IX constantly on hand tho finest old whiskeys, brandies, wines, cordials, cigars nnd tobacco, etc. Call and seo mo. Respectfully, vis-a-v- ls It was growing dusk now, nnd ho was Ho stopped by tho kttchon reckless. window of his father's house nnd txtorod v IJlJS3u ? MsariSBfiBflBvr'fli aBHlV a I PRESENT APPEARANCE OF LEI H j! LSL A Now house, Third nnd Market, I,j vino, which WAS to havo been In timo for a SPRING OPENING, li now IMPOSSIBLE. Ilonco bio nt tho Temporary Quarter.' WEST MARKET. Spring stock f 000 worth, ordered for tho new hv will soon begin to arrive Ifr even bo STORED in tho Tempo j quarters until a CLEAN SWEE -, Winter goods is made. m For choico of 2,000 Men's Suita all ntyl IcJ flip's ; not n Suit of them wortli less than $ thu first DES PER ATE cflbrt. A WQR hmk FAIR SOUVENIR COIN GOES FREE with as with all other Men's Suite or Overcoats, notwithstanding tho UULTIONS. r0 Use to tell VOU WHAT tlicmmnilanml Hnltfirn. you to KM0W is to come nnd SEE. When you COME you'll sco t OUR $12 SUITS are BETTER than any offered nt other places for K vo (ion 1 oner for $12 wo havo CHEAPER g but our $12 CHOICE SUITS nre tho BEST IN THIS CITY forw' $5 of that jcico. MAIL ORDERS, with cash, will get tho clothes tho coins, but you'll have to hurry or both will bo gone. I CL? JL f f " 1 cnoice-ol-tlie-hou- n1 - 1 ggEEEE23mMg h,'ajraj?zjZ3q&-Z32&a45t ''' IF YOU ARE The Superior MEDICINE for all forms blood disease, ft Pi COL WE CAN YOU With ono of our D - AyeR's Sarsaparilia the health restorer, and health maintainor. will euro i P ft! T warm;; I In of linYO-rmrnaUMlHUXlfflX Ul d Cures Others you. .' Prices liko tho weather bolow it first-clas- 11, BlfAVIN. Cloverport, Ky. TEUEl COS WW 1 vtflHS 3nf?""""zi2 Wanted WEEKLY ! Names u?ic?ifEin' ! r MP ZERO. m J'i r" 200,000 j lie thrust, he COHSTiTUTION 'Woolen Goods parried, point. he dropped y PAYNE fi & CO; 4 it K Publlilistl at Atlanta, (la. hit Till: FA KM Kll'S FHIKND, A HOME COMPANION. OLOVERPORT, KY. Eight o'clock, mid Major Kerr sat sip- Madeira in tho dining room nt rotiiortoft manor. "What's tho uso of eight candles?" ho said to Voltaire "Only four, sir," says tho butlor, de- Has Already 166,000 Subscribers The largest Circulation of any Weekly Ncwipaper IN TI1K WOULD tiii: Kiir.vr mmitiikh.n vi:i:ki,y The Geo. Ybakel & Co., PILES positing two brunches on tho table. It AOKICULTURAL. It the belt "I seo eight no, sixteon. Woll, lot Id the land. 'em burn! Economy bo hanged! I say, UuMKN'samt'CiilLriRKM's euluuini are Its nigger!" of unusual ilouie,llo Intemt. Iti Pi'tcul. FaiTUoraeoit mors money than "What, sir?" Voltaire percoived that hla deteriorating process had !con ef- li paid by ant tk Southern pajicri eytublned for general reading mailer, fectual. Kerr saw doublo nnd spbko lit Nks Columns ciykr tiir would. thick. Hill Arp wrltei for it. Dr. Tairuaa raohei fur It "I'm tired of sitting horo nloao. Can't Joel Chandler Harris (Uncle Kcmui) Walyou sing mo a song?" "I used to sing liko a bobolink, sir, lace I. Iteed and Krank L. Btantun are regularly employed by it. but slnco I lost my front tooth tho muA. M, Wtlr (.Surge l'lunkrtt) bai a weekly sic all loaks out in dribbles. There's a leltrr. d Mark Twain, Hubert Lnula Stewnion, redcoat sargeant just como into tho Kipling, Stookutn, Hlchatd Malkitchen. Ho looks liko a most a'mighty colm Jubuiton,Frank lite b' at and literary powerful singer. Shall I bring him lnf the world contribute to Its c.ilamm. goului tif "Yes. I ain't proud. A Korr can associate with nnylHxly." ! As Voltaire loft tho room ho picked up tho major's sword nud pistols from AND EVKUY I3311K 18 AN EDUCATOR I the sideboard. Plato wai in tho hall, stationed to watch tho door of tho parOnly A YtAR. lor where the lady of the manor was sitMoney for Agenti wanted In erery locality. ting solitary. Hbi father handed him agent In working for It. the anus. The sevon seals of mystery sT.nu t'ciu KjtMt'i 1: had boon opened, and Plato was doep In Giving the addrttm 0 tho plot SEND and Jhv ueiijhbon whoyowttlf inmt "Tako om, boy," eays Voltaire, "and SIX free coitltt. be ready!" Ready for what? Neither divined. NAMES nnicyur yiytm a jrr'll. But Plato took the weapons with digClubi of ilx for Fire Dollara a year. nity and became a generalissimo in his Addien own estimation. lie brandished tho CONSTITUTION, sword, and mndo a lunge at some imATLANTA, I. aginary nn.tnjgoiilj)t 'JCiieQ. he lifted a Hud-yar- a Garrett Fence Machine. ullifurtlon, Itcrcrcncci Cltltcnt" Nutlnnal Hank, Multifield, Onlo. A Kxxl active uuent wanted In every county nntf townthlp In the United blutci. Good wi;ci and can work U III kII one machine ut wbulcaale whcic I havo mi UKent. Alio wiru and other fencing nulerlnl at wholesale. Illuitr.iled circular and tcrtna ficc. Addri'M 1'iir weavliiK picket and wire fence to the nota ready ut In llic field. Not excelled by any Inr chjc, apeed and perfect work, 1'njty to tlxly rnda aduycaii be woven. The wire fur a three double ttrand picket fence can be bought for o tn 11 ccnu per mil, (liiarantccil to kIvc iwrfrct S. H. GARRETT, I'atcntve and Manufacturer, It Is a Magazine $1.00 MmiMiluld, Ohio. J. 0. 1I0UHNE, J. M. IIARPEK, DANIEL oiii:. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & COJ Commission Salesmen of Live CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LC AliflittoW. J px : :,r,U2 n v , - . . JaVfi'-'J- mm. !! ifa. SjJisBtKjisiVi inRjite-- prgi'flj: . JUIjL " (jCtftiif' . ' ""wr ?ar tftflii.-- 1 iii.iti wMirt--ISWflglJafegf "t'ESJBfr?!!! S SFt&W 1 . . .. .4 1A' 2 - MpafHpsMaaajMMiM 111 iiiM'i-Lui-.i- ,' .wMjua j'jBBgaBaMwiiiiii ! a llMIJMi ''"'Wtwwyip'jj ww- u -; -- r rt " iai iSHtK iIdge News. FEI3RUARY 1, 1893. . O. IJAHI1ACE, Edltort and Proprietors. BRKGKKNRlDGR NEWS, dLOYfiRPOR, KY, HAROINSDUHG DEPARTMENT. i going Kilt Local Time Card, Tub death of Justice Lamar of tho Supremo Court bench, removes ono of tho ablest members of thatliody. Lamar was n Democrat, but his successor will bo a Republican, as tho appointment will bo mailo by President Harrison This leaves but two members of tho court Democrats, Justices Fuller and Field. Juixiixo from all appearances now, it does not seem that there is going to bo much JcfToreonlan simplicity exhibited Christian England. Royalty Rolls in Wealth While the Pooplo Want for Broad. EKRON. J v L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. Mr. L. D. Addison, of Addison, Bpcnt ooino wur. Thursday in town. . Fuiiofir Dally arr. UarJInibarg-lI- Ul auEEir vio. gives alms, HER SUBJECTS PAY THE TOLL. but ooma iat. PanOErDalljr arr. IUrJlnibarg- - pi. WEATHER DON'T WEAE TH j 7)50 a.m a.m. in 'Washington on inauguration day. Unsincor Iluckbr Write Anolhor Inloreatlnff Letter. But tho big Democratic leaders should VR QUESTS. remember that tho pcoplo aro clambering for a grand exhibition of Jefferson-ia- n Pytciilky KETTEniNO, NorthamptonId truthfully that wlint- Democracy after the inauguration is shire, Enoland. Jan. 5th, 189:1. Editor unJcrtnko to do in a over. op Breckenridok News. Thinking a always dono veil. The little of tho doings of this country would tho brick makers liavo A mas had to bo an oyo witness to tho suit better than travels, I will try and a day and everybody trial of tho civil service cases in Owens-bor- o givo you a peep at the insldo of tho looks better over tho in- last week to have justly appreciated nation. It is like watching ft flock of a great da and a happy tho surroundings. All day Tuesday and birds gathering all tho corn they can ty may in tho future reap Wednesday tho Federal court room was find, keeping nono for themselves but Itablo by having cntcr- - taxed to its utmost to accommodate tho tho chafT anil refuse, whilst a few others a bouy ol men as tier sight seers, and then hardly one-hasit Idly by looking on. When all is could gain admittance. District Attornoy gathered tho winter comes, tho few demoro than ono hund- - Jolly and old man John Fcland wero tho vour tlio heap, throwing it about and entativo clay workers of most conspicuous figures In tho trials. wasting it, oven carrying it to foreign delegates from Lawyer Sweeney put in Several hard lands, (such as Germany) to make dow-cry- s. kuntry, ala. licks for his friend, McAdams, but they Should ono of theso hard workers men will carry to their were not sufficient to save him. When touch or take ono grain of this hoard, ho and places of business the jury filed in and read their verdict, is pounced upon by all tho others and Clovcrport and her sur-- "wo of tho jury find the defendant guilty" torn to pieces. bcttcr advertisement for there was perfect silence and McAdams Yes, this is merry, christian England institutions which we smiled painfully. where tho laborer gets $2.75 per week lild up and make pennn- to bring up a family on. When his sons vo been made. Tlio re- The Owcnsboro Messenger says of tho aro largo enough they aro hired for a few tho Brickmaker's Asso- - civil servico cases : penco a day to fight battles for unjust Sccn witn iw can spoaic gains, so it will add to this royal hoard "There was a good deal of gossip yescir friends of what is hero terday about tho custom houso relative moro wealth to keep them in their rotclay industry, like id her to tho civil service cases. It was the tenness. has become conBpicu- Cliristain England where hundred of - general opinion that the continuance of country, and manufactnil tho cases except that againBt Mc- thousands of voices go up overy sabbatli airo to sco this wonderful Adams meant that they would nover in tlio churches asking for good health has seemed to outstrip all come to n trial. By the next term of the and long life for tho royal family, so estimation and popular court it is probable that a new district they can horso race and gamble to their iul their opportunity last attorney will bo in office, nnd it is ex- heart's content, whilst tho oor aro railed themselves of it pected that ho will not push the prosecu- starving and their children begging of tho Union. tion. Tlio fact that McAJnms was placed bread. Theso papers which support bo Kirk. . . Iioy disappointed, mcy under n bond "to appear when notified much of this royal pomp, tell of great I guarantee all my work on watches exhaustible in its beds. for sentence" is looked on as favorablo gifts or bounties given by tlio Queen for to givo Batisfation. T. C. inproved methods of its Xmas presents, don't believo for ono and clocks to him. and know its 3 to brick Lewis, jeweler. Mr. Jolly stated to a reporter yester- minute she ever gave a penny in her produce other lines of Mr. It. A. Glasscock, of tho Forks of day that ho was perfectly willing for the life to tho poor at any timo of tlio year. world's markets. They Her bounties aro paid by tlie state and a Rough, has been appointed a deputy tlaring that the size of the continuance, as he had no personal feel-i- n vote is taken every year in tho Houso County SheriiT. the matter. Ho claimed that ho Llity and convenience of To call them by Robert Johnson has had control of tho of Commons for them. sy mining, tho facilities had acted without bias and under perher name is simply a dodge to advertise railroad and telegraph ofllco during tho emptory instructions from headquarters. of tho manufactured royalty. Many ignorant peoplo in this illness of Mr. Whitworth. led their most sanguine He said he made no effort whatever to country are fond of abusing the Irish The Homo Missionary Society will secure the indictments beyond what his duty required, and that .luilgo Barr's on the ground that thoy do not work. meet at Mrs. G. W. Beard's next SaturHit many of our visitors Tho Irishman, in fact, is only too eager day evening at '2: JJ0 oclock. impressed with the situ- - declaration from the bench that the to get to work. In search of il ho is to overwhelming weight of tlio evidence W. K. Barnes entered as Administrapossibly beyond their nn- iliowed that ho had not tempted in any bo found in every quarter of tho globe. tor for tlio estato of Ebinczcr Godsey. swhat, hut all the better. Anyone who has seen the barren tracts Monday, viz. Burcli resigned. making way to influence the grand jury in findcilitirs for bru-ing the indictment, was suflicient vindi- out of which an Irish family contrives to Wo are offering some things so cheap y tunc, tiu'y are such as live by tho tilling of the Mtll would inthis or any other state cation." persons of now that it will make your hair turn stantly bo convinced that only through any spirit of gray to hear of it Hardin & Brown. astonishing industry could possibly 8100 Reward 8100. lor inwHinneniH win no Come in and get bargains. Our stock nlong under such forThe readers of this paper will be picas- - manage to pull mts will go down ami the bidding circumstances. Tlio real idlers of winter goods must go to inuko room d to learn that there is at least one Hiding utnfled brick will landlord class, who for our spring stock. Witt and Meador. treaded diseaso that science has been in Ireland are the us not cnent here Scott Brewingtou nud Miss Richardson take no interest in tho country or the look uitli too little con- - ihle to cure in its triages, and that Is out took a run to JelTersonville, Ind., last Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only people, except to sweat as much rent reasonable probabilities. of them as ossiblo. Hero tho land and week from Harned's station and wero tin brnkmakers had a Kisitivo cure known to the medical married. the fullness tereof is tlie landlord's. Catarrh licitiga constitutional significance It was not Jab. E. Bucfby. It doesn't matter who is elected Unitlisciiw, re.quires a constitutional treat-ueii- t. llificntion, but a visit of ed States Senator, tho peoplo aro still Hall's Catarrh ('urn is taken may open up for us mid Do Witt's Small in size, great in results: acting directly ujion the blood Little Early Hisera. Best pills for Consti- compelled to havo jewelry at my prices. spirit of industry and T. C. Lewis. md mucus surfaces of the system, thcre-- y pation, best for Sick Headache, bet for Miss Floreuco Hook, Miss Nannie destroying the foundation of the ills-w- Sour Stomach. They never gripe. Short re ol tlie occasion was Miss Melissa McGavock and Mr. and giving the patient strength by k I fay ties, Cloverport, and Beard & BeelStlie Messrs. McCracken (iN'cial train for the trip milding up tli constitution and assist-n- g John McGavock, Jr., wore visiting hero cr, Hardiusburg, Ky. tlii-could to make it and vicinity last week. nature in doing its work. The Ijoyable Tills is not the have so much faith in its cum-iv- o ETIQUETTE FOR DINNER, The following colored persons living shown spcelul lavors luve powers, that they offer Ono Hundred its iH'opk' anil tlio event in this vicinity hnvo died recently. Ma lollurs for any case that it fails to cure. Ottoti. A Few Easily Remembered Rales for tilda Alien, Salllo Tabor, Mary Boll RoHind for list of testimonials. berts, and Wash Peyton. Everybody. as the I'irsl Apostolic Address, I". J. CI I KN K Y & CO., Mr. Louio May is hero from Montana Irica is the Toledo, Ohio. One may lie refined and elegant, yet visiting his fattier. Ho has recently the one who Hill make JrifSold by Druggists, 75c. unless continually given over to a round gone into business on his own hook in lean Catholics the l'oe's of social entertaining may find one's self the west and is doing well. BEWLEYVILLE. lestions of interest to Charles Shelby, of Harncd, was conat a loss when invited to some swell dinvill speak as one with ner where tho very latest fads are ob- victed in tho Federal Court last week AI.KdOKV. served and more ceremonious etiquette for violating the revenue laws and fined Mn. Kditoii Your old friend Mr. required than for informal affairs just $100 and thirty days in jail. land declines to give out ftnidnhaw who lives just over the line among the family. On elegant tables Mr. Gross B. Williams who received le to tlie public in regard Aas down hero the other day buying a each plato is accompanied by two largo the appointment as postmaster nt Hartjmet. All efforts by the 'ew good things that his neighlwr t, silverknives.asmall silver knlfonnd fork ford, Ky., declines to accept owing to snnything positive from Mr. Jones, hapcned to be out of. for fish, a small fork for oysters, a tableIjcit have been entirely Mr. Bradshaw is a good man, pronjHirous spoon for soup and three largo forks. The tlio very short timo he will hnvo to serve. farmer, money in Bank nnd with all a napkin is folded in tho center witli a Master Bern and Miss Lula Severs enstaunch old Democrat. I jimt thought I piece of bread upon it. As the courses would write you about one ol his incon- aro served tho knives and forks and tertained n fow of their friends last Sat. (aim died last Iridny and sistences. He is as you know a great urday evening from two until five o'clock. interred in Onk Hill spoons that have been used are removed There were quite a numbor of tho llttlo Bhington, Monday. An tariir reformer ami he is pretty well postwith tho plate. folks present and thoy spont a very ened and has thought the matter out pretit of his life and career Fish should Iw eaten with asilverfork, ty thoroughly. He says tho money that and if full of bones needs the uso of tho joyable timo. another column. Tammany was kept fully advised of the u'ovennent gets through the tariff knifu as well. For sweetbreads, cutlets, amounts to about $.S per head for overy roast beef, etc., tho knife is nlso necessa- tho Senatorial stnigglo at Frankfort from ston, Ky., was the win- tho time tho candidates cntorcd tho ring. lid coin from the Week-la- ! man, woman nnd child in tho govern- ry, but for croquettes, rissoles, bondrles a Several hours before tho daily papors ment nud that with his family of ten s la Heine, timbales and dishes of that class He hnv- Company. his tax through the tariir is $80 and tho fork is required. When dessert is reached bora chief Vessels was advised lin ono number of tlio then ho estimates the amount ho pays to readied everything save tho tablecloth by wire of tho withdrawal of McCreary statu of Iowa. and Stone. the manufactures of this country for and floral decorations aro removed. A to bo fully as much as tho above dessert plato witli a small silver spoon, Tho Board of Foreign Missions of tho a Creamery Company amount which taken together makes dessert spoon and fork, and sometimes a Presbyterian church havo by power of rorth of hogs from their $100 that he pays through tho workings combination fork nnd spoon for ices, is Attornoy recorded in tlio County Clerks week. Tho directors of the tnriir. In talking tho tnriir up in placed before each guest. 1'ears and ap- ofllco cinowercd David It. Murray as hilh the business out this manner he manifests great indlgnn-lio- ples aro peeled with a silver knife, cut In their Attorney hero to wind up tho af- jtlon so far. Now hero comes his great incon- quarters and eaten with tho fingers. fairs of Win McCrea deceased. Ho Is sistency. He lives near Mr. Jones a Grapes should bo eaten from behind tho given tlio authority to convoy real estato. preparing to build a wcal'by merchant of his county who has hand, tho stones and skins Also to audit the personal asset ts of tho or Sam. Jones. It will largo capital and sells his goods on long falling into tho fingers unobserved and estato. 2,000 and is expected to credits. thonco to tho plato. Oranges aro eaten Notice. Tones in May Mr. Jones is n good man and good with a spoon. Salad is eaten witli a fork W. K. Withers A Son havo sold their iU congratulations to merchant very indulgent to his custom- but need a knlfo to cut largo leaves that BtocK of goods at Kirk to John Hoben. All persons indebted to tho firm will in Wichita. Kans., Miss ers, hut takes good care to make them have boon divided before serving. Cheese is eaten with a fork, though pleoso coino forward and settle beforo Mr. Board Dent, who pay well for it. Mr. Bradshaw says that lie likes Jones so well as a man and soft cheeses are spread on a bit of cracker tho 10th of February nnd savo costs. xirricd. neighbor, and it is so convenient for him or bread and covered to tho mouth hy W. K. Withers & Son, Kirk Ky. Democrat Js a now and his family that ho just goes on from tho fingers. Salt cellars art1 now placed of Success in everything depends largoly pity with I J. Oldham, year to year buying Jones on twelve at each plate, and it Is not improper to mouths time settling up oncu n year, that take salt with the knife. If sorbets aro upon good health. Do Witt's Llttlo Earcntral City Herald, as it seems ho just can't quit. Ho says that served before tho game, a dessert spoon ly Risers are little health producing pills ho is convinced that if ho Mas to buy all accompanies them, bul Is not among tho See tho point? Then tako an "Early his goods at tho Cash Storo ho would original number placed on the table. Tho Riser." Short A Hayncs, Cloverport, and erotic county of Dav- - save as much as tho tariir costs him. Ho coffee spoon is used Beard A Beelcr, llardlnsburg, Ky. small ufter-dinnpresented in tho Sen- - says ho sees tho inconsistency and told witli the tiny cups of the black bovcrago ich meets mo to write him up in tho Hhkckknuiiku: that concludes all dinners. Tho sjioon is Report of Webster School. News If I wished as a warning to others tlio most dangerous implement of tho Tho following names were placed on n of tho lato Senator not to follow his example as ho feared dinner, so far an the correct usage In con- tho Roll of Honor at the close of the te for n seat in tho somo of his neighbors wero doing, that cerned. Soup ia always taken from the school at thin placo on Friday, January aro not as ablo to pay for tho accommoate from Wyoming. Bide and is eaten noiselessly. To push tho 20th, 1803. Ben Stewart, 08 ; May Hat-fieldation as he. ' Just received a largo purchase of spoon into tho mouth either end first or 05; Annie Claycomb, 01; Richard has paid $50,000 of ladles fine shoes, mens flno shoes, Crcad-more- s otherwise is decidedly vulgar. Claycomb, 03; Lilllo Mays, 01; Oma priated for Kentucky's and Urogaris. Misses spring heels Claycomb, 00; James Bandy, 80; El ma and boys and childrcns common and Hda Fair. Any Periou flno. Dont ask for credit. Gash Stoiik. Hatfield, 88; Zulu Mathony,88; Hattlo That Is troubled with constipation can Stewart, 88; Earl Payne, 85; Henry Ban Tho wind from tho North blows sharp Worlds Fair building is and keen, and bad effects of colds aro get immediato and permanent relief by dy, 85 ; Jessie Matheny, 85. Our Roll of April 22. neon. One Minute Cough Cure bo safe using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. Ono Honor Includes nono but those who and sure, will quickly perform a won-dro- doso a day at bed timo. 25 and 60c. actually made n general average of 85 per n cure. Short & Hayncs, Clovcrport packages at Short & Hayncs' drug store. cent, or moro for tho lost month. fcandidatea are looming Rufun D. St. Clair, tcachor. and Beard & Beelcr, llardlnsburg, Ky -- 10.04 lf " Will " But " Weit ' East " West. - 10.01 a.m. 10.44 a.m. 5.67 p.m. 9.4 p.m. 11.19 a.m. Ladies dress goods at cost, Witt & Mcador. Mr. Elijah Board went to Frankfort last week. Gcorgo Miller has been quito ill tho past week. All of our winter boota at cost. Witt &. Mcador. I havo somo special bargains in watches T. O. Lewis. Miss Tida Mercer is visiting at tho Falls of Rough. Groceries. Groceries. Groeorics. Hardin &. Brown. Mr. Sam Board, Irvington, was at homo last Monday. Mr. A. Driskoll has taken chargo of tho school at Garfield. Thos. II. Withers has been appointed a deputy County Clerk. Miss Eva Hensloy wont to Stophens-por- t on a visit last Friday. James It. liobards, of tho Falls of Rough was hero last Saturday. Miss Lydia Dowell, of Guston, was visiting Miss Cora Smith last wcok. Bring us your chickens, eggs and all kinds of prodnce. Witt & Mcador. Watt Lennin is expecting tho machinery for his hoop factory next week. Thobc8t quality of New Orleans molasses in town at Hardin & Brown's. John Slaton nnd his daughter Miss Sallie went to Louisvillo last Friday. I can sell you a Bowing machino anywhere from $15 to $50. E. E. Rhodes. Mr. John Hoben has bought out W. K. Withers & Son's stock of goods at Hon. D. H. Severs. D. II. (Mug) Sovcrn is a native of Breckcnrldgu county, Kontucky, having been born at tho llttlo village Union years ago. In his Star about forty-fou- r youth he spent several years in Illinois and Missouri, where ho has many relatives, but flnnlly returned to his old homo nnd accepted a position an clerk in a general storo. Later associated with Ills brother, J. J. Sovcrs, an partner, ho kept a store of his own. His political career has been phenoini-na- l. He has always been u hard worker for tho causo of Democracy, mostly associated with "Tho boys in tho trenches." A few years ao ho made a raco for Deputy Sheriff of Breckenridgo county and was elected. At tho expiration of his term as deputy ho ran for High Sheriff and was elected by an overwhelming majority. Whilo holding this ofllco ho was chosen Chairman of the Breckenridgo county Democratic committee, a position of much honor but no pay. Two years ago the Democratic party In Breckenridgo county was in, to uso nn ordinary expression, "a bad row for stumps" because of tlio inroads that tho Populists had made. Tho Democrats wanted a hustler to run for Representative. They wanted a man that could lift tho Democratic party out of tho slough in which alio was wallowing. Mug Sovcrs was selected as tho standard bearer, and with tlio samo untiring resolution, the samo push nnd go that had bocn chnnictoristic of his entire lifo ho entered tho raco with a vim. Ills activity nud cheerfulness infused new lifo Into Democratic veins, nnd his effortn were crowned with bucccss. Ho was elected by n handsomo majority. Ho is now in tho legislature nud his good, hard "horso Bcnso" nnd his is making for him a reputation as broad as tho limits of tho State. Ho is now a candidate for Revenue Collector in this, tlio Second District of Kentucky, and every man, woman and child in Breckenridgo county hope that ho will get the placo. Mug is first in the hearts of his countrymen. ss Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Bramlctt visited Guston last week. Mrs. Mattie Roberts went to Jolly's Station to visit friends. Mr. J. W, McKay visited his mother, at Big Spring last week. Mr. Sam. Kendall made a flying trip to tlio city lost Wednesday. Hon. Gus. W. Richardson returned from Frankfort lost Thursday. Mr. Sam. McKay, of Big Spring visited his brother, Mr. J". W. McKay, lost week Mr. S.T. DcJernncttc, of Hordinsburg, visited his undo, Mr. Z. T. Cor, lost Saturday. Messrs. Willis and Noah Gudey, of Loulsanna, are visiting their brother, Mr. IX A. Gudey. Mr. Press Richardson, of Guston, spent several days last week with his cousin, Mr. Mc. H. Richardson. Messrs. E. A. Guddy, T. M. Wnrileld, Will Tolin and Miss Nora and Jean Gudey leave for tho south tho 4th of next 'ifr.'il :- -. YOUR OLD THIN SOLED SHOES TOO LONG. V BETTER nTT"T A "V'. -- ft 7 IVT'MTTr T A TT KTTtT - ,v , r'r- - 't THAN CATCH COLD, SHOE LEATHER TO y J V t r month. ', .. , I't Ca-arr- h. e, n, pro-irieto- rs Vice-Hege- mer-'han- per-sou- pro-lecti- n. half-close- d d, Misses Jennie Hardin and Maude Hcrndon, of Brandenburg, nnd Miss Lena Willctt, of Buck Grove, attended our last literary meeting. Mother earth has onco more thrown o(T her dress of whito nnd tlio past week reminds us of tho most beautiful season of tho year, spring, gentlo spring. Although it would bo wiser to prepare for a cold wave. Wo aro glad to know that ono of our most popular citizens is going to build a hotel. If Ekron needs anything worse than good walks, it Is a good hotel. Wo wish our friend all tho success posslblo in his new undertaking. Mr. O'Bryan, a very popular drummer for B. M. Creel A Co., fell on tho ice and broke botli bones in his right arm. Tho disabled member was set by our worthy physician, Dr. J. Max Willett. Mr. O'Bryan left on tho noon train for his homo in tho city. Our druggist, Mr. J. O. Cosby, wishes to inform his lady friends that tho advertisement which hjul his name signed to it in tho Club's paper, is still unanswered. "Wanted a Wife" can't somo fair reader of tho BitKCKK.vitmai: News ease his aching heart by answering it. Wo havo ono of tho best literary clubs Our popular merin Mcado county. chant, Mr. J. W. McKay is president, Dr. J. Max Willett, and Miss Mnmio Daugherty as secretary, with a membership of thirty-six- . .It at private houses. meets Whilo it is yet in its infancy, we hope witli a littlo moro practice to bg ablo to Tho Bcnior proprietor of this paper has como to the front with any club in tho been subject to frequent colds for. some county. years, which were suro to lay him up if Mrs. Njiicy Wlrti, ioi Caroline t.,Tlaltlmore, not doctored atonco. Ho finds that ChamMil., thua berlain's Cough Remedy is reliable. It Or. Hull's gives her experience; "Ve have lined Cough Syrup and have never found III opens the secretions, relieves tho lungs equal for our children. and restores tho lungs to a healthy condition. If freely used as soon as tho cold Household Hints. has been contracted, and before it lias beA loin of veal Is nn economical piece come settled in tlio system, itgreatly les- of meat for even n small family to try, sens tho attack and often cures in a sin- lop thalcft-oycr- s are good and convertigle day what would otherwise havo been ble into some savory dish as long as there a Bevero cold Northwestern Hotel Re- is a Bcrap left. Cold sliced veal, salad, porter, Des Moines, Iowa. 25 nnd 50ct. croquettes and a delicious stew aro but n bottles for salo by A. R. Fisher, druggist. fow of tho ways known to tho economical housekeeper. Soups and dressings aro much improvPISGAH. ed in flavor by sprinkling with tho chopA wedding in this community would ped roots and tops of celery which havo bcon dried. bo quito a novelty. Sweet skimmed milk will brighten up An infant child of John E. Brickoy stained floors and oil cloths. Rub well is dangerously ill with spinal diseaso. first witli a soft cloth wet witli tho Mrs. Forrest Pato, who has bcon sick milk, then with a dry flannel. since lnat summer, is slowly improving. For obstinate lamp wicks. Sometimes Mr. William Ryan's kitchen with all tlio lamp wick obstinately refuses to bo Its contents burned last Tuesday morn- turned up in tho ordinary manner. It ing. will seem firmly wedged at ouo side, Mrs. Gcorgo Mason, who has been 111 ;vhilo tho other runs up in n point, for Bometlmo wo are noiry to learn, is no causing weariness and vexation of spirit. better. To over como this depravity, tako n now Miss Rubio Ryan's school closed last wick, draw out a thread near tho selvTuesday. Her scholars aro all indebted edge and tho wick will bo found quite tractable when introduced into the burnto her for a nico treat. Wo aro glad to hear that Pisgah er, tho cogs will take It up properly, and church has tho promiso of Rev. Bob it will appear in good form and givo nn even flamo when lighted. Bruner for their pastor this year. Oil of peppermint In water diluted Miss Lillio Pate, of Henderson, who oven to ono part In 1,000,000 will kill has beon visiting friends and rolntlvs in cockroaches in nn hour, they dying of tills community, has returned homo. convulsions. Ono drop of tho oil placed Mr. W. II. Brickoy and wife, Master under a bell jar covering a cultivation of Ollio, W. I. Taul nnd wife wero tho cholera bacilli will kill both bacilli and guests of Mr. 0. D. Hambloton last Sun- spores in forty-eigh- t hours. day. It Should Be in Every House. J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharpsburg, A gentlomnn In Union county, Mo., who is too modest n innn to hnvo his Pa., Bays ho will not bo without Dr. King's iianio mentioned in tlio newspapers, was Now Discovery for Consumption, coughs cured of rheumatism by Chamberlain's and colds, that it cured his wife who wan Pain Balm, after trying other medicines threatened with Piieumouin after un atnnd treatments for thirteen years. 50ct. tack of "La Grippe" when various other bottles for nalo by A. R. FiBher, druggist. remedies aud several physicians had dono her no good. Robert Barber, of Cooks-por- t, Pa., claims Dr. King'fl Now DiscovRailroad Tax Oaso in the U. S. Conrt. ery has dono him more good than anyTho coso of W. V. McCracken A Co. thing ho over used for Lung Trouble. against tlio Hnrdiusburg nnd Rough Nothing like It. Try it Freo Trial hot-tic- s Creek "Magisterial districts, pending In at Short A Hayncs Drug Storo. Largo tho United States Court (Owensboio Di- bottles, 50c. and $1.00. vision) was argued yesterday in LouisHarried. villo before Jugo John W. Barr, by tho Married on Tuesday afternoon at tho attorneys of both bides. Decision was residence of Rov. J. L. Lawrence,. M. B. recorded and will bo delivered by his Dont, of Chickaskn, I. T. and Miss Mata Saturday Honor on next His opinion Root, of Union Star, Ky. Miss Root was will lo looked for with great interest by tho people affected by tho questions In- formerly a teacher In tho graded schools of Bevcral cities of Indiana and Kenvolved. tucky, For tho last four years she has boon postmistress at Union Star. Shu Nothing bo distressing as a hacking Bpont'n portion of tho winter visiting cough. Nothing bo foolish as to suffer friends In this city. Mr. Dont is in tho from It. Nothing bo dangerous, if allowed hardware business In Chlckaska, where thoy will mako tholr future homo. to continue. Ono Minute Cough Cure Wichita, Kan., Dally Beacon, Jan. 21. gives immediato relief. Short A Hayncs Cloverport, and Beard A Beelcr, llardlnsburg, Ky. Bcml-month- nUT? A TrtfTJ rrTJA,rVf' ' 1 . '4 DOCTOR'S BILLS. WE HAVE THAT WILL KEEP YOUR FEET ''?" NICE COMFORTABLE SHOES. ; DRY AND WARM. Wm. Vest & Sons, ; 'M 2 M CLOVERPORT, KY. BURAS. Business hero is very dull. Mr. Ed. McGuffiu visited Buras Wednesday. Mr. C. A. Tucker's bcIiooI "will close to-da- EASE YOUR MIND 0u(5 If you want to trade horses call to seo M. Moyer. .Messrs. Iko and Felix- - Moyer went to Garfield After n severe cold spell, wo at last havo delightful weather. Mr. Robt. McGnllln went to llardlnsburg Friday on business. Mrs. T. P. Davis aud son, Robt., visited relatives hero Sunday. Mr. Sun Cannnn, of Custer, is now making his homo near hero. Mr. Taylor Dowell, near Irvington, was hero yesterday trading stock. Mr. Moyer nnd daughter starts for Louisvillo tho last of next month. Rumor tells us wo are going to loose one of our most charming young ladies. Mr. Leo T. Moyer, of llardlnsburg, payed n flying visit to his parents yesterday. Mr. Joel II. Pile, of Custer, passed through our town on his way to eeo' his to-da- 1 Of all doubt and troulle In buying The derful Coal Saver Won- It KEXM - KOM.every a chemical compound, bannleas i i In recpect. and perfectly ituipte In Itl application It If a powder which U diiiolved In water, and thU tolutlon iprinkled over coal. Uied either on hard or loft cohI, In the boiler; furnace, storo and range. Sa'vee 25 por cent, of the cool, and itarll a vigorous fire inone-four- x of tho time It takei without Kam-KoTry n package of Kem-Koand iave your coal. m. m gULZER'S CLOVERPORT, KY. jCiTTrlal Package lent to any addreu, poit' age prepaid on receipt 'of ilx 2 cent itampi. parents. Mrs. James Tucker has been on tho sick list for tlio past woek, but is now improving. Mr. Dan Meyer, who has been in business nt Chicago for five years is expected home nt anytimo. Their will bo church at Alexander's chapel, Satuiday, Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. Clint Tucker, who taught our fall school, was to seo us all a fow days ago. Mr. Clint is n flno young man, Mr. It, L. McGuflln nnd family visited his father near Constantino Saturday, who ia very low with n cancer on his faco. Dissolution of Partnership. The partnership heretofore exittlng .between William, H Downier, and .Marlon Ilambteton, under the firm and stylo of Ilowtnor. A tbls day dissolved by mutual consent, said IUnibloton transferring his whole Interr. est In the proporty of tho firm to W. II. Usui-blelonBow-me- W. H. llowmer assumes all the liabilities of the firm, and li alono entitled to colleot and receive all debts due the flm. The partner after a Ionic career In business at Cloverport, desire to express their thanks to a generous publio, whioh for so many yean has given the old firm a liberal patronage. William II. Unwusn, Jan. 12, 1893. Marios I1ahbletp)(. Dr. W, T. Miles, who has been practicing medicine nt this placo for tho past year, has bought out Dr. Shackletto at Garrett, where ho expects to mako his January 12, 1893. home. A Desirablo Location. Buras is increasing fast. Mr. Stove Galloway nnd iatnily aro expected to We now otter our store and reildence propmove hero soon. Ho nnd Mr. James erty for sale at a bargain. With or without Our entire stock Is now being stock Tucker aro to bo partners in the black- closed of goodi, out at cost. For particulars sea large smith shoo hero. posten. F. M0NI10K JtSON, Having sold out my Interosl to ay former partner, William II. llowmer, I wish to state to tho publio that the old firm li succeeded by W. II. llowmer ,t Son, who will conilnuo bull-neus hrrctoforo, and express my wish that the liberal patronage heretofore extended to old firm shall likewise be extended to the tho new firm. Marlon Ilambteton, ts NOTICE. It Is a fact worth knowing that, as a household remedy, for children nnd All persons having claims against Bowmer li Ilamblelon will please present them to the adults, Ayer's Pills aro invaluable. undersigned for payment. All perioni knowing Iheniclves to be In- For Salo. Twenty tons of mixed elover hay, baled) and fifty bushels of orchard grass teed. J. A. CONK. For further particulars address John Nevltt, Irvington, Ky. debted to llowmer A Ilamblelon will please call and settle same. W. II. DOWMKlt. FARM FOR SALE. on the Stepheniport and Union Star road. Known as tho Gardiner Hawkln's farm, Oood cottage house and all necessary out buildings, good orchard, etc For Information call on or addreu, FHANK D.HAVKN, llardlnsburg, Ky. mile South of Stepfaeniport, One half ook's Cotton Root Mr. Bato Washington and daughter Miss Mary, of Irvington, went to Louisvillo last Thursday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Harry T, Major. Children Cry for PItchor's Castoria. wm lck, care her Caatori. When ah vh a Child, ah rated for Oaatoria, When sh beeam Ulan, ah clung to Caatoria, Whaa ai9 had CbiUroa, aha car them CkatorU. Whn Bbjr Jos. W. Moorman, a highly respected negro of this city, died at his homo hero last Saturday of consumption, A recent discovery by an old 100,000 hoop-pole- s ami slsorsliavcd physician. Successfully used montty by thousands of Lahnontl In limft nitntifltloa .Hnat. ttini-lrndle. Is the only perfectly (prices' paid. safe and rellabla muillclnti For further Information discovered, llcware of unprincipled druggists r calron or address, who offer Inferior medicines In place of this. Coo a Cotton Hoot Compound, ta e no tub ClUs. MaV, Cloverjwrt, Ky. stltute, or Inclose i and 6 cents In postage In " letter, and we will send, scaled, by return majl, For Rent or Sale full aealed a particulars In plain envelope, to ladies only, stamps. Storehouse In Webster, barn and warehuuia Address Pond Lilly CeMpHttr. No, 3 I'lsher Ulock, Jetroit, Mich, attached, Will rent or sell on favorible M. LYDDAN, Watxttr, Ky, ttrw. r At-fo- kR COMPOUND. "WANTED. f TOE SRRGKRNmDGEi NEWS, GLOVRRPORf, Breckenridge News. 1 &Y. AN NTERESTINQ RELIC. r IU3ELYTINQ 1 FOR THE CHUrtCH. HOMEMADE COLD CREAM. WEDNESDAY, FEDRUAItY 18U3. t The VTjlntti Dilly I'.nRtnt. to lie Shown Mt Dm AVurld'H I'ulr. world's Fair Notes. WISCONSIN'S Tho MONOLITH. ; Sargent Slntl Irtsc1 Hlmui In tlie Warlil to llo Exhibited nt Clilcngn. Tho largest single dressed stono in tho vrorld, bo for m known, will otand in Jackson park during tho Clilcngo cxposl. tion if no accident occnrn in transit, for it is already taken entire from tho quarry. It is of brownstono from tho iinmcnso Bayfield ledgo on tho Wisconsin shoro of Lako Suporior, and its production is tho result of a discussion as to tho comparative merits of ancient and modem build- era. MFrcdorick Prentice, of Ashland, Wis., declared that ho could Bunws tho Among tho relics of great historio interest to bo shown nt tho Chicago World's fnir will bo tho Wylam Dilly, one of tho first threo engines to bo operated on railways. Tho station engino liouso nnd engino built on tho Leicester and Swan-ningto- n railway in 1832 by Ro1crt nro still in uso, but tho first engines to bo operated on rails woro tho Trovethick, tho Wylam Dilly nnd tho Sto-phens- Should llo flcle4 to hprrud Catholic Doctrine. Speaking of tho prominent part taken by Catholics in tho recent Columbus celebration, tho Now York Observer, a Presbyterian organ, nays it was mado nn occasion of "proselytism by tho Roirfan church," nnd furthor remarked thnt ho who allies himsolf with thnt church to day has Ihxmi lom four centuries too Into. very Opportunity largost Btono Binglo "Xrawl'irl TIIE WYLAM DILLY ENOINE. t ' , , f yould transport it to Chicago. On tho 1st of last August forty men werosct to work and fivo steam ohannolora to running, and tho h u g o monolith has now been llf r$ fcd from its placo t-- nish, tho rcoof from his q'Jirry as n gift to tho stato if tho lattar wrought by tho Egyptians, and would fur- M llki llE'.nli mm mwSKP tfKJiSk l tho finishers put to work. Tho aliaf t,when dross-o-d, Pnfflng Billy. On Cliristmas evo, 1801, tho first nnmed drew a car with tho first load of passengers over moved by stenm on n railway. Tho fato of that engino has never been traced. Seeing tho bucccss of Mr. Trovothick, who constructed it, Mr. Iledly, of tho Wylam colliery, went to work to tho method and in 1831 turned out tho two locomotives nbovo named. Tho Puffing Billy, bo called from tho noiso mndo by its two blast piics, long pinco went tho way of old iron, but tho Wylam Dilly is ho far preserved that it needed but n fow ropairs to innko it workablo at Chicago. Tho first engino used in America was lonjj elnco turned into scrap iron. im-prolpco-moti- will bo 115 U I feet long, 10 feet Bquaro nt tho baso and 4 feet nt tho top, with nn npox 5 feet long and taper ing to n point. It will ntand ion a foundation of granito 10 feet high mid 12 foot equnro. Tho. famous Egyptian obolisk is 105 feet 7 inches long nnd 0 feet squaro nt tho baso. Tho notion thnt tho nncionts could qunrry and transport larger stones than tho moderns was long ngo disproved. They did it much of tenor, however, their laborers wero slaves, as u rule, and bo tho cost was not counted. Tho rnonoilth is of tho finest Lako Superior brownstono, which is shown by analysis to consist of 01.40 per cont. silica, 2 per cent, faric oxide, 8.53 per cent, alumina and a few minor cloments, of which limo makes up only n quarter of 1 per cont. so THE MONOLITH. the World' Fair Ii Advertlied. No cntorpriso in tho history of tho world has over been bo thoroughly advertised ns tho World's fair. Tho department of publicity and promotion is responsible for this. Interesting mntter Honr 1m Germany's Ilullillng nt Clilcngo. Germany's building nt tho Columbian exposition will bo ii curiosity indeed, as it will combino nearly all tho stylos of architecture, and its interior decorations will represent all tho Bchools of Gorruan art and nearly all tho eras. Tho main Btructuro will bo 183 by 100 foot, but ) i OCIUfAN BUILDING. from tho center nnd rear nn extension will put out 60 feet, making tho central section 183 feet long. This extension is known ns tho chapel, and will contain objects of nn ecclesiastical naturo, Buch as altars and painted windows' Above-i-t will riso n bell tower 100 feet jijhoight. Tho plans wero drawn by dfl ofllciul nrcliitcct in Germany. y Gulden nt the World'. I'ulr. Soino ono has estimated that fi.OOO guides will bo required at tho World's fair. Other ixjrsons equally well informed contend thnt 1,000 will bo enough. Whether official guides nro appointed or not, it is certain thnt hundreds of bright Chicngoans of good address will go into tho business of showing foreign visitors around on their own A i. account. , , i , Qftho many relics of tho civil wnr to A AVur Kollc thsiba famous old engino, General, OvitffM lich James J. Andrews nnd his fiouofW Federal scouts mndo their fa- snoubV Ui on tho Western Atlantic road, 'K S? nonojn 11 have a nioro iiatlietic interest do man Bt tno uoiumbinn exposition BM .. ,w yj. . 4. v f 0mTH- t- TOE GENERAL. .' t tf . .InTQcorgia, April 12,1802. Tlio engino wS8turnod out of tho Rogers works in 1854 nnd continued in Bervico till 1800, nnvwith tho oxcoption of u fow restored Hafts will appear at Chicago exactly ns it did" when tho famous run was mnde. Of the twenty-tw- o raiders eight including Andrews wero hanged, eight escaped,' and tho other Bix wero oxchnnged in 1803. - Slimlo at the Wurld'i Fnlr. Festival hall will bo a great placo at tho Columbian exposition for all lovers of music, nnd especially for tho Germans, It will stand near tho lagoon between Transportation and Manufacture halls, will bo in tho Doric stylo of architecture "" rTHSS5' 1. TW' .: nnd coat a llttlo over $100,000. In tho great linll of this building many musical societies will assemble during tho fair, and Homo of tho finest music will bo rendered. Tho building is almost circular,. ho as to givo tho greatest procticabla room for tho great hull, which is constructed to produce tho finest effects. For instance, Mre.Chu.Itogorstof Bay City, Mich., accldontly spilled scalding water over her llttlo boy. Sho promptly applied Do Witt's Witch Hazol Salve, giving instant relief. It's a wonderfully good salvo for burns, bruises, sores, end a sure euro for piles, Short & Haynes, Cloverport and Heard & Heeler, Ky. ,. festival iiall. Ulitory ItepeoU lUelf. Mix with four ounces of sifted flour, It is n fuvoritothemo of tho antipopery two of any dry, rich checso grated, nn agitators thnt Catholics oro stirring even renspoonful of unit, half n up discord and disturbing tho ptaco of of whlto pepper and n liberal tho community. dust of cayenno; ndd tho julco of a This attltudo of our Protcatant friends lemon, tho yolks of two raw eggs and reminds us atijmgly of tho coso of tho enough molted butter to form n Jows of Thessaloirica when Paul nod Silas which can bo rolled out to tho thickness wero holding n port of mission in tho of about tho eighth of an inch; cut the Sabbath days ptetry in strips, like Btraws, lay them Bynagogno, and for tlu-oreasoned with tlio pooplo to convhico upon a floured halting pan, and placo In them of tho divlno mission of Jnyts a modcrnto oven until thoy become crisp: Christ. Thoy wero bo successful t)int a without breaking them transfer them to I ii r io tnnlflrmln nt rlia vmt1,i tnlnn.1 oval diBhca covered with napkins, and A Young Womnn Mutineer. them Knd "of tho nobro women not a nioy will bo ready for sorvleo. Of tho many talented ladies managing fow." tho women's exhibit nt tho Columbian Crinoline Coming. Tlds was too much fcr tho envious exposition Miss Florenco Todd Putterson, Jows, and thoy determined to put a stop Tho return of tho crinollno somo tlmo of Westfield, N. Y., is probably tho to tno "nggrcsslvo procccurnuB. So, tak- in tho near future seems to bo ono of tho youngest. At nny rato Bho is tho youngAlready fashionable ing to themfcelves a lot of "vilo men of accepted facta. est of tho members constituting tho stato tho rnbblo," thoy raised n tumult and ect dressmakers aro stiffening their dresses board of New York. Sho wna graduated tho wholo city in an uproar, nnd seizing as far as tho knees. Thoy nro also infrom Vnssnr in 1888, has since traveled somo of tho leading disciples thoy drugged troducing in street dress tho long abanabroad and taken much interest in va- - tliem to tuo rulers of tho city, crying doned facing of horsehair, in order to out, "They that havo turned tho world givo to tho edgo of tho skirt tho llttlo upsido down have cojno hither also." tlaro necessary to make tho nmplu skirts Wlint had Paul and Silos done? They of today hang gracefully. Ono of tho nowest skirts for wnlklng had simply reasoned calmly imd peaceably .with tho pedplo in tho Bynagogno. dresses, whilo it follows tho general outThoy had mado no row. Thoy had not lines of tho bell ekirt, is tho exact oppo-fllt- o of It in tho way it is mado. Instead counnolod agitation or encouraged disturbance of any kind. But tueso jonlou? of dispensing with Beams, as in the civk Jews, excited by envy of tho success of i of tho bell skirt, tho modiste uses ns many Paul and Silas, and not nbovo appealing , aa six in tho now skirt, and these aro HI to tho roughs of tho city, raised a tro--1 trimmod up half way or nearly their o longth with tho narrow fur borders moudous tumult and then charged it nil upon tho preachers of peacoaud salvation thnt edgo tho skirt. In order to givo tbto Bkirt tho proper effect tho gores must bo through Jesus Christ. These men nro a typo of tho opponents of attout equal sfzo nil round, und tho of tho church in all nges. Even in this fullness at tho back Is laid in a largo. ago of enlightened llbornlity it is tho hollow box plait. Catholics who aro called tho dlsturtwrs Iloulton Lueuivork. of tho peace. "Thoso that havo turned The round centorpieco. with dolly in tho world upsido down" hnvocomoHthcr J; also to this free, enlightened, Pro utnt etylo to match, is extremely graceful nnd country. "What right havo thoy to come protty in effect. It is prepared upon a square of linen divided into eight nnd disturb our penco with their absurd claims to Buporiority? Tlio world Is run- parts, as described nbovo, in order to ning nfter them. Multitudes nro being facilitate tho shaping of tho mat and tho converted. Noblo men ns well as uoblo placing of tlio floral sprays. Tho lattei FLOni'NCE TODD rATTEllSON. women aro casting iu their lot with the nro worked Boparately, being afterward rious Bchcmes for tho advancement of dospisod soct. Tills thing must bo stopped basted in position, nnd npplied with th women. Of her nppointmont sho says: or tho country will bocomo Catholic, nnd usual buttonhole edging. These sprays bought ready mado, "I Bupposo tlmt I owo my appointment, wo shall lose our liberties and bo sub- can bo worked by any ono but may Ijc ncqualnted tho most part, to tho great affection jected to tho intolerable tyranny of cosily for with tho simplo point laco stitches and in which this part of 11(0 world holds my Romo." Cat hollo American. willing to spend tho necessary time upon grandfather, tho Into Gcorgo W. Patterthorn. son, who was an intimato friend and Growth of Calholli'lmii Iu America. For thoso, however, with llttlo leisure ally of Thurlow Weed, William The Rov. Madison C. Peters, of tho II. Suwnrd and such men. Ho hold many Bloomiugdalu Reformed church, of Now I says Tho Ladles' llomo Journal or perhaps not overmuch skill, it will offices, besides being repeatedly speaker York city, recently preached a aeruion provo a great saving of trouble to pro- of tho assembly. Ho was lieutenant govon "Tlio Dying Out of Protestantism in ernor nnd also member of congress from tho United States," in which ho presentthis district." ed somo very significant facts, contrasting the steady growth of tho Catholic Arbnimii World's I'ulr UiilMlng. church with the losses of tho Protestant Arkansas lias won a cortaiu sort of denominations in projiortion to tho famo by being tho only Btato to have n growth of population. lie said that building nt tho Columbian exposition Binco tho beginning of tho century tho designed by a womnn. Tho lady was Catholic Dotiulatiuu has increased from Miss Jean Loughborough when her plan 100.000 to 8,877.030. In New York city was adopted by tho Arknusaa committhe Cntholii.- - tiopuhtUun was about 7.10,- -' tee, but soon after Bho was married, at 000. while the Protestant church golnfl ' ay tho capital of that btato, to Mr. Frank population wiih only 2.10.000. Mr. Madi17..JII l"rt SY M. Douglass, and sho is now a resident son says there is not a Protestant deChicago. Sho learned- - architecture in nomination in tho city thnt has nt all of ffi V "VTP.C kl Vf .Jtr grown anything llko 'the growth of tho population. During tlio past twenty years twenty Protestant churches move 1 cicvrisitriKt'K. out below Fourteenth street, while tho population increased V'OO.OOO. On tho cure them ready to apply. They tire church tnado upon u pattern, iw in laccwork. other hand, ho says, Mover surrenders nn old field. Nono of The braid Is baited down niton blue nor churches Js 'turned into a stable. muslin, itiion whKli the nutlluo of the Tlio Catholic church Is Indebted for its design lias 1cch traced. Tho braid is triumphant inarch to tho monstrosity of thou caught together fur each leaf and our frequent moving days, tho indlller-euc- o petal, with a double not stitch in jwlnt laco thread (of cnuroo not taking the of Protestnnta nnd tho enthusiasm of Catholics themselves. It Is becauso Btitches through to the muslin pattern), l?TT5--TA. tho Catholics are thoroughly dovotod and and a "spider" fonim tho venter of cuch ARKANSAS nUILDINd. earnest and aro prepared to mako sacri- flower. When finished, tho basting threads aro taken out. thus releasing the that city, and her design for tho Arkansas fices to support their belief.' eprny from tho muslin background. In building was selected almost at tho first tho dolly tho flowers and leaves are Aid for Worthy Object. viow, over thoso of many comiwHtors, for Right Rov. B. J. McQuald, bishop of formed by pieces of n finer braid than its raro combination of beauty, simplicity Rochester, N. Y callod for uid among tliat used for tho edge, und do not have nnd convenience. TJio Arkansas building looks just whnt'it was mount to bo Ids pcoplo to build a now orphan asylum. to bo worked separately, but simply apHo wanted f 10,000, but his generous pcoplied In tho usual manner, tho stem ahomcliko clubhouse, whero Arkanplo presented him wiih $23,000 for the being embroidered In outlino nnd tho sas visitors may rest and enjoy themcenters in satin stitch. selves socially. very worthy object. o en-tir- collected and collated by competent writers nnd put into tyjo in soveral languages. Tho progress of tho work is recorded every week. Tho regular supply of nows is sent to 15,000 newspapers, 10,000 journals and periodicals and 5,000 class or trado papers. From tho mailing room of tho department of publicity nnd promotion linvo gono forth tho lithographs nnd other pnpers which Jiavo become so familiar to tho public. For soveral months thero was an nvcnigo distribution of over 20,000 pictures per mouth. Tho nverngo number of electrotypes now supplied to newspnier8 is over COO i month. Competent writers nro employed, who supply to magazines nnd nowpapcn nny siiecial articles which they may desiro in connection with tho World's fair. Passing over tho gratuitous slur In tho wo wonld llko to ask why tho Columbus colcbrntiotiH should not hnvo been mado nn occasion of what it is pleased to term "proselyting." Wo thnt the Catholic church is tho only ono which itosscsses in its fullness tho of faith liandod down from Christ to his apostles. Wo beliovo in her divlno sacraments ns a means of graco and so many additional facilities to help tho soul onward toward Gal. Wo beliovo that sutornntural good is higher than all material things, nnd thnt tho church, through her sacraments, nnd tho communion of saints, and tho prayers of tho faithful, can communicate tills good to hor children if thoy only correspond to tho graco of God. Why should wo not wish to "prosolyto" our follow citizons? Why shonldwo not Boir.o overy occasion to do them what wo beliovo to bo nn good? Would thoy not do tho snnio thing for us if tho conditions wero rovorsod? What also ar tho Presbyterian missions doing In Catholic Innds, with thobestof intentions, we charitably hope? No. no, brethren; lot us hnve honornblo emulation, not bitter bigotry. Tho Christian Register, a Unitarian paper of Boston, has n much moro liberal and clear headed viow of tho situation. It Rays, for instanco: "Wo need not expect, wo ought not to desiro, tho Romnn church to pass out of tho religious history of tho world. It will play a smaller part horeaf tor in tho civil history of tho world bocnuso it will adapt itself to tho institutions of freedom. But ns n great, powerful and national church it will itself on American soil, as it has a perfect right to do. Henceforth Catholic and Protestant in America must livo together in peace." Yea, brethren, lot ua hnvo pcoco, Free- last remark, bo-lio- do-po- ox-te- man's Journal. It 'a Worth Trying. Thooj aro tho days when chapped lumds, rough faces and cracked ltpa actually cry out for treatment such as will protect them from the cngcrncsa of tho nipping winds and tho blasts of driving Blcot and storm which autumn and winter nro euro to bring. Notldng is as good, after nil, as tho good old remedy which our grandmothers used. In thoso days it was called mutton tallow, and was served iu n primitive, unsccntod stato, which tho luxury loving women of this generation could not enduro. But now, under tho guiso of cold cream, it is really n delicious nrticlo for tho skin if it bo properly mado, and is bo prepared tliat it may bo kopt indefinitely ns n toilet cream. Tho basis of tho cold cream is mutton tallow nlwnys. You can obtain this nt tho butcher's, nnd if you tell him whnt it is for ho will select Bomo very flno white tallow, which will bo exactly what you want. Cut tho tnllow into bits, nnd put it into a saucepan without nny water. Sot tho Bnucopan in n jnr of boiling water and let all remain until tho fat is thoroughly "tried" out of tho tallow. Strain through a flno slovo, nnd whilo still warm stir lri"n teaspoon ful of tho essenco of camphor in tho proportion of ono of cninphor to overy cup of tho tallow. Next, a tnblespoonful of your favorito perfume, und stir nutil all is a sweet Biuolling liquid. i Before It has had time to cool pour Into a little tollot jnr and sot upon tho ico over night. It will keep indefinitely and will bo found ono of tho best romo-die- a in tho world for skin that gots rough and "wlntor soro." A pretty llttlo custom which grandmother had, and which may bo daintily imitated, was tho uso of empty for tho reception of tho cold cream. To prepare tho bIioIIs mako a small opening In ono end of nn egg nnd iour out tho contents. Whilo tho sholl is still moist pour in tho camphorated cream nnd sot nwny to harden. Tho eggshells may bo tied with ribbons and hung by tho side of tho toilet table, taking tho placo of tlio jar of cold cream. egg-flhol- ls Cheap, Pure and So Simply Made That Clearance mpm SolI . In order to make room lor bprmg (jroods I offer my entire stock of 'To a. ; ft iigood 1 MILLINERY GOODS Now on hand at a : : I 'J Eaggg SO Per Cent O From former prices. Call and sec and be convinced. JG3 Every article sold for less money than it cost me. TUE-QC- I K MOTir.r VoK I Ti I . IbnWha " " PDir:iTQ I ISI--a 1 . I n ' Trimmed Hats. Price now u Untrimmed Hats. Price now 25 cts. " 75 "81.00 xildj 50 50 cts. - former price $1.00 " u former price 75 " -- ". "81.00 - 1.50 2.00 Chvmb rttrmro. Fancy Feathers. Price now 25 cents. " 50 75 former price " ( 50 cents. 1.00 1.50 a Odd Number Corsets 25 cents each. Mrs. H. V. 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Cures salt rheum In tho most soothing munuer. Cures inflamed ami Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs mi Colds. Can bo taken internally. A iosl-tlv- e Headncho is tho direct result of Indi. specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruisgestipn and stomach disorders. Remedy es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandthese by using Do Witt's Llttlo Early ing, Corns and bunions aro cured quickRisers, and your headacjio dlsanears. ly; different from all else; superior to all Tho favorite little pills everywhere else; it has no equal, i&c. nnd 60c. boxes, Short Allay nee, Cloverport, nnd Beard & largo size cheapest, Sold nt Short & Beeler, HardlMbunr, Ky. Haynes' drug store. Driver' Chaff. Bus Driver (to conductor of opposition bus) I'vo know'd yer ever elnco yor was born. I know'd yor poor mother; sho hod two on yor at that tlmo. Ono was a worry nice llttlo boy, t'othor was half hldiot a sort of a brown pnpor feller. The werry nlco little boy died werry young, he did. London Tit-Bit-s. Sr. Hale' Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu- Send usvour orders. Will srive the? J ' " prompt, attention. JNO. D. BABBAGE, v ; NEWS JOB RQO xa WfF-V- t "&cytv ji wwmmwim9i)mi-"J4- mmmurmsn'" vt, SI THR BRRGKElNRIDGEl KRWS, OLOYRRPDRT, KY. -- ir- asi MMifcMtMMaAbMMta l IRECKENRIDGE NEWS. 1, 1893. fESDAX FEBRUARY Career i i of blaine ho JieU iiuWef.'aTiTi'iiu ic4uatU ulUiul ciirlf day what tho power of money is. Why Ho Went to Cniicremi. An emergency nrotti in tho congress district in which bo lived, A enndidato was to Ix? put in nomination. Tbo temptation was ollcred to him; ho thought of thu innt- VJMSJtA&rk.- & - , VT oT niaiuy luultts uS'--. ik silieTu strength. It was invigorating to those lu tho gallery mid to thoe upon the floor to look nt him. His eyes seemed to bo everywhere. Ho hod mastered the confusion of sounds which prevail In thnt turbulent body, as tho lic.id machinist is master of the distraction of a great foundry or manufactory, so that ho could detect Instantly that which was relevant and of Impor-tanc- o nnd thnt which was of no conse- Jojrilliant Attainments and .Magnetic Personality. V.XJAL AMERICAN 8TATESMAN. pt Popular Cltlien of Hit Dnj, Sliappolnted In IIU Life e Wa- - LsataaU 'tiMiT rrTiirl I A iHI Tirri i&tabltlon Dramatic Incident of ..Career & Contrreuman, Speaker, 'i or, oecreiary or oiaie nnu lit Ml Candidate Colonel Ingenoir .rated Xomliutlng Speech at Cln- HTr. Hlatnn'a Tlnmrxtln Tlfx. loor gr Soon after Mr. Ulalno was sworn in n friend called on him nt his boarding houso at Washington qtilto lata in the evening. Ho found Illaluo at' his desk, his ruddy tinted hair so near tho gas burner that It sccmod as though It must bo singed, a copy of tho houso rules beforo him, a volumo of "Cushlng's Manual" and n report of precedents which had Iwcn established by the rulings of various speakers. "Hnthcrdry reading, Isn'tlt, Mr. Hlalnof" aid bis friend. "Yes, if you read It offhand; but tho man ,nnt. His eyes attracted thu attention who masters this," throwing bis hand down jory ono who unw him. They were upon tho pages of tho book of rules, "man ters tho houso of representatives." ''umlnona and restless. A(tet Coz, an old member, wan attracted It Is ono of tbo traditions of Jilalno that he mastered Cushlng's parliamentary rules t man ns noon as bis eyes fell upon fi,,Io asked wbo bo waH and said thai In ono night In his college days, mid won a u nuum luu&u ita iui,it;na ill tun. youthful victory in school politics tbo next e5yr. Mr. Cox was told that this man day thereby. And in this chanco remark 5 mail thus attracted hlni wiu n new ton friend ho revealed tho purpose of politseized him. Ho was Id'fcr from Malno vfhoo nnmo wan ical mastery which bad i e. and Mr. Kandall. wbo knew bitn quiet In tho house until ho had mastered as Jy, said: "Iloisniiatlvo of my own perfectly as tho rule of three thoso methods of procedure which govern It. And ctwas born near tno town oi wosuhir lr,M educated in tbo college there, ami when this was Ills possession ho brgnn to ..word met him In Phllodelpbla.wherc assert himself. That was exactly what one teacher. I bavo branl of him in young Democratic member was doing, Mr where ho U regarded nrmanof Handnll, and herein lay In nn small degree promlsonnd much iolltlcal nbllity." the secret of tho power which these two men jh veaa tbo impression which Mr nlslo. gained on their respecliva sides of ths a caused when ho first entered the lllaliie's Quick 1'urceptloii. representatives, and If traditions onco courage, Ho lV teato his personality was as strong twlco showed first term. however, dared or to Ho even in that IxUlrhanlfest to his Hepubllcnn ohh ,., at onco as It won to .Mr. Uox. He confront Thad Stevens, who hud ruled bit years of at'o. As party In the Iiouko with autocratic and dog .xralr tbirty-tbrc- o matlc assertion. The gaunt and grizzly Old 1'all ald, ho had been ten years befurtIrJier In Pblladulphin, and beforo thnt Commoner, nmnzed to find his authority school In Kentucky. Ho had disputed by a youngster, tried to brush coiirgu IllalnoolT s an annoying but trivial lucl ni diploma nt harelv twentr-onTwira of nirc. and dent of cuibarnisAiiitut, but ha found bin d a bill pro pit ho wan regarded by his tcachi-n- t and master. Stevens had tyatcs as bright and smart ho had given vldlng for military gucriiuu'Uls in the ingestion or tno powers mat wero in fcoutheru states. first reading of thli bill, Illaluo, on thu to uini. wiumj cany incnun uru nun in with that Intuitive perception which he P'wbllo bo was in obscurity. possessed In a higher degree than any man of Ids day In congress saw one fatal error in tho bill. And linrfield used to say that when ho arose to mako his protest and delivered bis speech his utterance was that of a man wbo had authority and hit speech that of a mind which had reason. Illnlne proposed an amendment by which, in spite )KY r of military government, the people of these fag southern states could In tln.o establish for themselves n republican form of govern" tin OaES-rjiyr ment agnlu. Ktevens chafed and raged, and the frown upon his brow made tho flesh appear like corrugated ridges, as Cox once Mild, but bu could not frown that congress f Copyrighted, 1W.1 no first Monday of December, 1SC3,, . . t in tbo ball of tbo houso of njpro-I"po a number .of men about thirty i ago wno wero destined to piny nn Ot port In national life. Allison of Jtindom of Minnesota, Pendleton of indAll nf Ppnniirlrnnlnrind nnirnl en'"'wePo among them. But tbero win in 1 5 Attracted attention from tbo vet a,f tbo bouso tho instant ho entered mber. Hn wim n man of unliln nrn Dl. . .i ., ..ir fffe. llo bad (i splendid crown of hnlr jlilsh tlngo and it full beard of the JltAINE'S niRTIirLACR. ter over night, and on tho next momlna had ramo to n decision which determined his career. He was nominated on tbo first ballot and elected with butnfecblo opposl tlon. .,.,.,.. higher passions over commanded such by a glnnco ns his. Therefore he gained tbo respect which comrs from proper fear, and even Democrats Joined with In saying, "There Is a mnnl" It was tho superb exhibition of these qtinll tics Vlilch undoubtedly suggested first to tho congressmen of his party, and through them to vast numbers of the party throughout tho country, that here was tho man to succeed in tho presidency tho hero of the civil war. Illnlne himself wasan acknowledged enndidato before he had finished his second tenn, and ho used his power as speaker tin questionably, so far as ho honorably could, to create the politics which command a presidential nomination. Over In the senate there were certainly three rivals of bit for that nomination, two conspicuous Mr. Morton nnd Mr. Coukllng nnd Mr. Blaine played ids garno against them and played It splendidly. At thu beginning of Lis third term as speaker he realized that if Ills grasp was not quite upon tho prcsldeucy his hand could almost touch the prize. Ill Moral Courage. It Is therefore nil the more remarkable thnt Mr. Illuino wnscnpablo of txploitlng as ho did in tho highest degree both moral courage ami audacity, which might seriousHis audacity was ly imperil his prospects. displayed when he was brought face to face o noblu body as absolutely nt bis command us though It was a lamiiy or n in 00 01 which ue was uie chief. Ho dispatched business with celerity which seems Incredible. Tho stroke of hi gavel meant authority, and the house obeyed It, and no eyes which ever looked forth from the speaker's desk upon n throng animated by tho most consuming of the quence. Ho held that great and l 'a , l'of - lilltary vta-mngt- o liitr-'.lu'y- Marifnrrt. James (1., Jr. Walker. Emmons. FOUlt OP Mlt. lll.AISK'B ClIILDItK.V. V jamfb n m.AtvK. (her, KiihrnlmG. Illnitic, wimnrnnn A forco of character, and from him Iro 'undoubtedly Iiiherlted tho grenl I'tllCOUrngo and political audacity which )(Ci'U cunrncicnsiic ui inn pnuvicni en tl,Frptn his mother ho Inherited that ojdul Intuitive capacity which has en :iv(ljn in moments of great crises to act itsf'1 ''? inspiration. I'roin her he tto'''TC(' tnnt blghly scnsitlvennd cmocjMractcr wnicn nus neen couspicu "lit political Ufa fMtlalnn i:mlcrulr Kuttwant. rica rsa Mr. lllalne would IiatoiIotoItlwrever ho located and in wltaluvrr ' bo selected as n life career, but It ro chance which made him the man ioinc. Ho met whllo n teacher 111 irilky Miss Harriet Stan wood, who wa .wacuer. 'iney wcr mutually ni- .,'ind just after ho had passed hip ntr they were marrlcl. Kho was n gaj) gui,and sho lnducel hcryoung bus , (to remove to her homo and mako It jdlnt? nlarn. p! fto whllo In Phlladelnhla had been at niVio journalism. He has said that be purechanco that ,,,.d bytho pen, especiallyho bad home in political jr with won, uat it could not have bcu pure .1 Jt.rnust have been tbo Imiiulm ol oirit that was in him. And actinti .this Impulso he becamo a tmrt tiro ro of Tha Journal, a weekly panel I'll bed In Augusta, Me. The profits wer tat, arm .Mr Jiiamo was II not com nt least Willi hit to accent einulor - naj Into defeating the amendment. lllnlne'a linpptmialty. In the next congress, to which lllnlnewni elected by practically unanimous vote, he felt fully equipped for thoso struggles which hud thu speakership and, beyond question, tho presidency In view. He had tho samo impetuosity In thu bouse, the dashing, dramatic manner which characterized Sheridan In thu field, qualities which, combined with coiirngu and mag iiniiiiuity, are sure to command great popu larity. These very qualities made lllnluo reek less in speech at times. Ho never practiced oratory as those who desire to win rhetor leal reputo do. He wrote few and rehearsed no speeches. Ho was n master of good Kugllsh, a ready thinker upon bis feet, although ho never spoku excepting upon a Mibject with which ho was familiar. He possessed a capacity for liivectlvoand Mir casm, and be indulged In It, and thus there camu eboiit thu verbal encounter with Hokcoa Colliding, which seems des tlncd to bo associatid by tradition with the famo of both of them. Conkliug had returned to congress, and tbero is littludoubt thallxith humid Illalnc as soon as they met measured each other with grave charges affecting his integrity of character. Accusations wero publicly made that he had received as a price for hlslnflu-enccertain securities from a railway seeking congressional aid. The proof of these accusations wero said to bo in tho possession of a certain clerk named Mulligan nnd in the shapu of letters. Tho f rlembt of Mr. Illnlne looked very solemn in these days, and he was himself most anxious. Ono morning when this black cloud was hanging omt him mid Ills friends ho arose l privilege. There ton ques'am of had been n hint of bis Intention. The grunt galleries were packed. Kvery scat upon tho IloorwoH taken, and senators bod coma from their cbamlwr that they might seo and hear IHhIiio In this hour of bis desperation and peril. For every discomfort which this throng suffered they were amply repaid. Tho scene which took place has been almost uuequati'd III parliamentary annals, lllalne stood there magnificent In his defiance. Ho held aloft tbo bundle of Incriminating letters, of Itself a dramatic picture and situation worthy of tho greatest dramatists, nnd he declared with some sense of humiliation and personal outrage that ho would himself read then; letters to the bouse, that its members might mo what those accusations were. Illaluo was never more superb. Ho conquered that housa by his very magnificence of resistance. He held himself at bay so thnt men cheered nnd thu galleries resounded to tho echo with tho npplaUMj of this spectacle. He read tho letters through, and then, with dramatic power which, If it were acting, was n finer exhibition of the gift than the greatest actors have ever shown, ho pointed tbo finger of scorn and accusation at a certain member of the house and accused him of withholding a telegram which would have proved Ids inpcn-nnndra-mntl- o o nocence. llluluo'senemlt-snlwnysnsserte- fini fiHulftnti iiilltnr nf tliu P.irftnTifl Jscr. Tboedltorof that napcrhadde llnlnn'n nlilllttrna n inlltlril tL'rlf... Plo,red him 11,200 a year, a largo nalar lid rums and place limine whs not nl (VUBCOVcrlntf his strength nnd lib , (n&Ht tho end of a year bo asked foi 35of salary to 1,500 and for aeon rcri'kKa period of years. oCfford to pay this money, nnd Htunuxl tq Augusta, dctermlnod tx V TWitica witu ins fMiitonai worx wcd extraordinary political capuclt fvi'Tiu 5 looted a member of tho Icgi f ofHho committeo of his party one iree years was acknowledged pro t XX among tbo politicians of his state oif,)"el"D0 qualities which brought yofiVelous tributes of respect and ,0W wero afterward Ids lot loncs In- - Maty victories in nsUtonnc! cy where politic prevail, when if been m gooddenl of contention ve personal rivalry and to Komo ex n aloofly hnvo played their parts ru RIonsly aa In some other states. i irVh j I lllnln.1. l.r.lirlil.l.i... Jih an early Mr. JUaino perceived that his ill to make polltlcHoilierlifo buslnesi men to porhapH above money embarrassments. Hi Pnbegan with great energy bus! rbro tx it Ian and ho had unquestionably do rocr which was brief. Jlo procured nntractu f roni tho war department Lmlahlui; HUpplies to tho soldiers, and bo wait aiding tbo governor or Aiaini i extent of hU ability In recruiting lulpping holdlcru bo was also engaged rfectly bouorauiu iiubiiicss oi supply the1 i government with raiment for H lld not nccuniulato much, but nnttcrh so that ho had n homo of lib L Augusta and a few thousands to his tho uanK. iio was lor a nine ImalneM pursuits, and It was question or aotno inontha whether IW not abandon tKilltica and devote rlto buslneas. fhoknew Illnlnoln later year ua-t hul bn entered the flsld Of bustYity ho had tho jccullur mental '.Which would haro enabled him to Jth (ho Kreat organizing and coniconiiuerclal geniuses oi msgener . v. l....l iBuertrcareu lor money luriKuii. i ihavetbfMicquIjlt.lvpgen.s, Jlut I - was acting. They did not deny the magnifiV nn f cence of the performance, but they suspected Its sincerity. For his friends it was a perfect vindication, and for himself It was a complete- victory, ns tho formal charges wero from that day dropped. It was a perilous step to take. Hud it failed lllalne must inevitably bavo been ruined. His moral con rogo was displayed when nt the very last of his experience as speaker ho defied thu majority in his own party and mode a ruling which he Insisted was just Mid In accordance with his oath as speaker, which ennbh-- tho Democratic minor-t- y successfully to maintain its tight ngulnst 1 what was then called the forco bill. A X Ti fU' weaker man than Illalno would have been ruined by this ruling, but it cost him no Hits. IILA1NF. strength In bis own party nnd gained for with tho eyes of rivals. Couklltig bad won him the admiration of many Democrats, so a magulflcetit reputo as nn orator, and bj that it was long afterward said that of all the most arduous toll Mas cultivating It Republicans Mr. lllalne was the most popular with tho Democracy, llo unquestionably aimed at In tbo party, and Hluluufult this Intuitively IIU First l'allurr. It as soon as his eyes fell upon tho man. Ho lost tho presidential nomination In tbi-stwo should Mint 1670 when it was nlmokt his. Personal aniwas inevitable- that Into collision, and In tbo course of miiik mosity unquestionably cost him thnt prize. heated remarks Illaluo compared bim to n The olfunso ho bad given to Coukllng and turkey gobbler. The words wero nohocut-- i augur which ho hod caused to arise in the uttered thnii Illaluo regretted It, and h hearts of men who controlled other delecaused an expression of his regret to be gations led to a hasty combination, which conveyed tov;oiiKiing, uoiikiiuk, nuviuTur resulted In n ballot that sent Mr. Illalno to never mentioned Illaliiu's iiamn afterward the rar. Men onderud how ho would act when ho could avoid It, nnd refused many lu this emergency. Ills heart had been so tenders of.reconciliatlon. enthusiastically set upon the nomination After Mr. Cor.kllng's death bis brother. that many believed bu would show some of Colonel Frederick A. Conkllnjr, Informed thu weaknesses of human nature, and that tb writer of tbeso lines that It was a we would discover thu weak point In his to suppose that tho reference to n mental and moral equipment. Hut ho returkey gobbler bud mortally offended vealed tho highest resources. Ilu sent n Conkliug. Tho mortal wound was given, most cordihl dispatch to Governor Hayes, to Colonel Coukllng said, by Mr. Illaluo tho nominee, promised to tako active part when ho caused to bo read In tbo lion so n In thd canvass, and did, going to Maine mid letter from Provost Marshal Gcnoral Fry conducting there, as tho state to himself (Illaluo) lu which direct accusa- committee, a canvass chairman of which wostbundml against Mr. Conkllng' tions wero mado ration of every man who saw lu pecuulary and olllclal Integrity. Coukllng pubtold his brother that when Dr. Illaluo licly retracted and repudiated these accusations then It would bo tlmo to talk of reconciliation. Hut the Incident was mighty in Its con sequences. It undoubtedly prevented the nomination of Mr. Illaluo In 1870 nnd IBS0 and contributes! to his dcfat lu lbUI. On tho other hand can lie traced to it'the causes which ultimately led to Mr. Conk ling's retirement from tho senate lu humiliation and to his withdrawal forever from publlo life, Sir. Illaluo as Speaker. n mndo n superb speaker. When ho was first elected bo had hardly entered the prlmo of life. Ho was only thlrty-nluyears of age. His hair and beard, by an Inherited tendency, were already showing streaks of Kray, but hi complexion was ruddy, his skin its smooth rh a babe's, and JAMKS A. OAHKIKLII. tbo mysterious and splendid fascination of In these canvasses as n politician Mr. his ores sccmod constantly to Increase with politico actljrtty. Jlo stood .behjtid tbo Illalno was not less great than when upon riaV " mi-tako o that this His nnccstry was of tho native American nobility, nnd his own family lifo was of a strangoly varied character, 11 mlddlongoof unalloyed happiness being followed by nn evening of almost continuous cnlamltr nnd norrow, Tho Gillesplcs nnd Ilinlucs were people of standing beforo tho Revolution, and the Colonel Hlnine who was commissary general of tbo northern department of Wash ington's nrmy whs the secretary's grandfather. Ncal Gillespie, his mother's father, was a scholar of high standing nnd direct cd his grandson's studies down to the time hu entered Washington university, Kqnal honor is due tho ancestors of Mrs. Illnlne, who wns MKs Hnrrirt Stanwood, of n family that settled in Massachusetts in the early days of thnt colony, nnd went tbenca to Mnlno lu tho vanguard of its pioneers. In Augusta, wlioro her father, Jacob Stnnwood, lived for mnny years, Mrs. Illalno wns born in 1I&S. Her fnthor was a well to do merchant, n man of Influence, although never holding public ofllco. He took great prido in bis dnughter, who was ndrl of line natural gifts, strengthened by liberal education. Full of ambition and force, so well displayed In nfter life, she determined to maku her own way, and disease. honco started out as n school teacher. It He was, however, capable of audacity was nt Mlllcrsburg, Ky., that sho first met and courage, and it was ho who proposed Mr. Hlnine, then a professor at thu Military to the members of tho cabinet during Gar- Institute at Ditto hick Springs, twenty field's illness that tho cabinet should anmiles distant. The world lias beard enough nounce to tho country that tiio president of thu circumstances connected with their was suffering from such disability as the mnrrlagu. R Is a cruel feature of American constitution contemplated when It de- political campaigns that neither man nor clared that thu vice president should lu woman is spared. Tho slightest youthful such cases exurclso the duties of thu office. Indiscretion or oven nn error of judgment Mr. Illnlne felt thnt there ought to bo no In magnified into a monstrous crime, nnd question nhout thu soundness of this view, in 1884 both candidates suffered. and It was bis opinion that If General Gar Tho first child of this union, Ktauwood field recovered be would resume tho office. Bin! ne, died in infancy. Threo sons and He was overruled, him ever, by tbo cabinet two daughters remained, and tbo father's ns a matter of public expediency, although heart was wrapped up in them. Walker It was admitted that In case of war or great Illnlne, tho oldest, was his futber's trusted emergency It might bo necessary to take companion nnd assistant. Miss Mnrgnret such a step. The Incident, however, Is char Illalno wns to her mother what Wnlkor neteristlo of tho mail. was to his father, but Miss Harriet was Illulue III Ketlruniriit. best known to tho public, possessing both During the winter following tho assas- wit nnd beauty nnd all tho social qualities sination of Gnrfleld thoso who went to the required for n leading lady In Washington congressional library used frequently to society. Of Emmons and James G. lllalne, , seo n mnn of quiet manner poring over Jr., tbo world knew hut Such was old volumes, searching tho bookshelves, Iho family when Secretary Ol.ilno took up wandering about llko a literary recluse, his residence in thnt historic houso on nnd when they recognized him they were square that was but too well named amazed that ho who had won so great fame the House of Calamity. The tragedies preand was tho Idol of so many Americans viously enacted tbero nro n part of tho nashould bo content to conceal himself In tion's history, and thu Maincs suffered ter misty alcoves and among musty books. ribly. Mr. lllalne, however, was permitting the First camo the death of n dnughter nctivlty of his mind to take another direc(then thu wifo of Colonel Coppingcr), nnd tion. He had retind from Arthur's cab- but two weeks later Walker lllalne died inet, but could not Ihi Idle, nnd ho decided, even beforo tho country had learned that therefore, to take up thu literary pen and bo was seriously ill. The mnrringo of describe political history n ho hod been James G. Hlnine, Jr., n mere boy, to Miss familiar with it. Ho n ji ' ' in tho work. Marie Kevins, wns followed rapidly by his library nnd divorce and a painful series of recriminn- It was thu flist lelhinn f tho study which ho had p u tied himself sinco school days. When men knew that P' 'no wns writing this history they sn " will pay '1 ei.o us his off grudges, nud nowl-' "meter-istl- u ' ' O'ltninu of mennnd manner." In about two years tho first Volume was lsucd, and it caused amaze-wen- t. Illalno the warrior was revealed as lllalne the true historian. Ho told bis story lu simple literary style, with great lucidity and with such fairness as could only hnvo been expected of a historian of n future generation. Ho wrote of his personal enemies as justly and ns kindly ns of his friends, nnd bo made a contribution to political history which is invaluable. The of the work was enormous, and Its profits made Mr. lllalne n very wealthy fj. man. Ho said himself that It was only m.AINK'8 WASHINGTON HKfllllKNCR. after tho receipts of tho saloof this book tions, nnd Immediately nfter it the death that he realized the. luxury' of possessing of P.minons lllalne at Chlcngo. No commoney. Thojiathos of the story of General Grant ment can ndd color to this bare statement writing his memoirs upon his deathbed is of tho facts. Only Mrs. Walter Damrosch, tho most sublime of general history. Hut nee Margaret lllalne, her sister Harriet nnd It has seemed to mnny that there is some- James G, lllalne, Jr., remain to comfort thing of pathos In thuquiet resignation with their nfllict-c- mother. When tho heat en which Mr. lllalne returned to tbo writing gendered by the into campaign shall hnvo of the second volume of his history after his cooled the world will Judge very leniently defeat for the presidency In 18&4. Ho had tbo fictions of tbo secretary during tho lost tho prize whtn a change of COO votes Minneapolis convention. could havogiven It to him. Tho alliterative IiiEersnII' I!liiiiirnt Tribute. blunder of Iltirchnrd had defeated htm In The noblest euloirv on tho denartcd - statesman's political career mid principles tory, and If over a polity histnomentof-velan went through an experience which was was that uttcn-- by Colonel ItobcrtU. In to test tho strength Mr. Illalno did in those gcrsoll In tho Hepubllcnn national conven winter days of 1884 nnd lbSS. tlon of 1870. It Is therefore submitted here He uttered ouo word of protest and al- entire ns tbo fittest ending of this sketch) most of despair, nnd then ho took up hU Massachusetts may bo satisfied with the loy. pen again, walking fornn hour or two each ally of Ilenjunilii II. llrlstow. Bo am I, Hut If day over tho crusted suow of the Augusta auy man nominated by tills convention cannot strccte thnt ho might get exercise, and carry the statu of Massachusetts, I nm not with thu loyalty of that state. If tti when friends went there to seo him they nominee of tills convention cannot carry the found bim Illalno tho man resigned, paBrand old cnnunntinuallh of Massachusetts by tient, cheerful, but with symptoms now 76,000 majority, I would advlso them to sell nut and then of tho fire of genius which burned Faneull hall as a Democratic I within him. When his book was comMould odvlko thu ni to Inks from Hunker Hill pleted he took his family to Kurope nnd that old monument of itlory. The Itcpaulleuus of the United Htatrs despent a year, nnd It was whllo there that, acting In nccordnuco with tho monitions of mand as their leader In thu great contest In 1870 man of man of Integrity, a his physlclnn, ho wroto tho Florence letter man a of well Intelligence, a approved political known and bidding his friends that they must not look opinions. Tlioy demand a reformer after as to him as n presidential candidate, for ho well as beforo tho election. Thy demand a could not accept the nomination If it camu. politician In the blithest, broadest and trot sense a man of superb moral eouraue. Tbey Ileluctnntly nnd only nfter a second warning from him did his friends heed him. demand a man acquainted with public affairs, with the wants of tho people, i not only Die Had ho remained passive while abroad ho requirements of tho hour, but with the dewonld hnvo been nominated in 1&& mands of Uie future. They demand a mnn Secretary broad ennuifh to comprehend the relations of With something of tho serenity of tho this Government to tlio other nations of the youth of old nge Mr. Illnlne entered for his earth. They demund a mnn nell vonwd In the second term Uon the duties of secretary of powers, duties nnd preroentlvcs of toco and very department of this Bovemmmt. statu. Ills mental genius nsserted itself in They demand a wilt sacredly prethnt office again, nnd while his physical serve the financial man who the United States; honor of characteristics and the nrdorof his youth one who knows enouidi to know thnt the nahod been subjected to change, tho power of tional debt must bo paid through the prosperity his mind was Illustrated, llo conducted of this people; ono who knows enough to know most brilliant diplomatic correspondence, that all the llnanelsl theories In tho world canand he formulated thoniont Imnortantcom-mercla- l not redeem a single dollar; ono who knows that and llnnnclnl policy which the gov- enough to know but all the money must be by law, knows ernment hnd 'undertaken sinco tbo war, paid notto know that by labor; one who United enough the people of with the single exception of the resumption Btates hnvo the Industry to mako the money tho of specie payments. Ho turned the attenand tho honor to pay It over just as fast as tbey tion of the olitlclans from question bred mako It. Tho Itepubllcnns of tho United Plates deof the wsr to those of the future and gave mand a man who knows that proiporlty and promise of cniutiHTclal prosperity between resumption when they corns must come tho nations of the American continent. com It Is probably upon this achievement that hand In that when they come they will fields; hand through the golden harvest Mr. Illnlne relied for posthumous fame. Ho hand In hand by tho whirling spindles and the aid when the politicians went to him urgturning wheels; hand in band past tho open ing bim again to be a candldnto for prosi- - fjarjOMClteirsj hand Jo Jinjxd hyJLhe JJsmJng la-eF'-tse tuvl' iy, tutlnti.Mh. jA.U iilklfUvll,; lil.lCC a sleeping car bis home. They would heat of bint ono day in Portland nnd tho next In the Itiiiilx-- r regions. He received dispatcher and reports lu this "car. Ho gnvo orden llko a general on 'a field of battle. He brought himself Into personal touch with nil of tho politicians nnd ns mnny of the citizens ns possible, and some of the which are told of tho way lu which lie met sudden emergencies suggest hli wonderful intellectual resources and the rapidity of his mental operation. lllalne In the Senate. His poVtlcnl Intuitions were Illustrated In another way at this time. Ho unquestionably suggested th arrangement by which Senator Morrill, of his state, wai transferred from the senate chamber tc General Grant's cabinet and Illalno wai appointed to Morrill's seat and afterward elected. Ho felt thnt his day of usefulnosj in tbo house was over. Ho had mado hit record, nnd ho believed thnt In the comparative quiet of tho senate chain bo r he would find some rest, and would also be ablo to carry on tho politics which hnd tho presidential nomination of 1880 in view. Hit friends always felt that his life in the stn-atwas Irksome. Ho adapted himself tc tho traditions of that somewhat lethargic body, but at tho cost of some personal discipline. Of course bis personality was felt there, but as n senator ho added but little If any to his repute. While he did not entor upon tho canvass for tho presidential nomination of 1660 in thnt dashing and Inspiring way which characterized him previous to 1870, yet bo had the nomination In view and knew thnt he won tho choice of n largo part of the political leaders and felt that he was of the massci of bis party. Ha advised, but ho did not dictate, nnd ho let his political friends dc tho work of combination to a great extent. Ho would unquestionably have been nominated had ho not been compelled tofnesthe enormous popularity of General Grant, which wan Increased by his trip around the world, and was mnde uso of with great skill by tho politicians. Hut though Illnlne could not beat General Grant in tho convention himself, ho could namo tbo man who could bent him, nnd thus General Gnrflcid became the candidate. Garfield could mnko no other cholco than Illnlne for secretary of state, but what lilalne's career ns secretary nnd Garfield's as president would bavo been of courso Is n matter of surmiso. Tho impression has always been that lilalne's personality would He have dominated tho administration. was, however, pledged to Garfield to support him for a rcnomlnatlon. Illnlne In Kniergeiicy. Mr. Illnlne was with General Gnrflcid nt the tlmo ho was assassinated, and from the nervous shock ho then received ho never fully recovered. Hu had never the mnn physically after thu sunstroko of 1870 that bu was beforo. Hut this fearful experience seemed to letter his nerves mora than that. His hair, which had liecn Iron gray, grew white, nsdld bis board, and his complexion beenmo of that waxy lino which led ninny to belicvo thnt ho had organic luO iiueo-(Ious- h MCXJAMIN tlAItltlEON. dentt "I was n candidate onco. I was given ono opportunity, nnd I never can 'say word or do deed iignlii which would look as though I did not regard the verdict at Hint timo nn final.'' On the 4th of June, I MM, tho country was nmnzed to loam that Mr Illnlne hod that day resigned ns prcrctAry of slats In n brief nnd very fnrmrl nrtr, without n word of uxplunntion.'nifl thnt President Hnrrison hnd necrptnt the rclgnatlon In tho fewest possible words This Is not the plncennd now Is not the tlmr to comment 8. Mi, Mr. or cvon surmise. On Dlnlno nildresscd to Chslrmiiii Joseph II. Mnnley, of the Maine I!i'.iihlicnn committee, his Inst public letter 011 politics. On tho evening of Oct. H, lh! -- , nt Ophlr Farm, New York, the lesidciieenf W hi tela w Held, ho mado his lost speech a thnt not the more attractive. Hoclul himI Dcimptitlo. Thoso who knew James G. Illalno only ns publlo man knew but half of his life, and Til imiiiiDy tliu iTTiiiiiiejT liili-tand grouped by the with eager countless sons nf toll. This money bos to be dug nut nf the earth. Vou cannot mnko It by passing resolutions In n political convention. The Itepubllcnns of tbo United States want a man who known that this government should protect every citizen at homttnnd abroad; who knows that any gnvurnment thai will not defend Its defpiiilvrs and protect Its pnilertiirs Is adlngrace to the map of the world. They demand s man whobellercs In thu eternal separation and divorcement of church anil school. Tlioy demand a mnn whose political reputation IsepndeM ms star; but they tin lint demand that their candidate shall have n certificate of moral character signed by a Confederate congress. The mnn who has In full, heaped and rounded measure all these splendid qualifications Is the present grand and irnllont leader of tho Republican party James U. Illnlne. Our country, crowned with the vast nnd marvelous achievements nf Its first century, asks for a man worthy of the past and prophetle of her future; asks for a mnn who has the audacity of genius; asks for a tnpi whn Is the grandest combination nf heart, conscience and brain beneath her flag. Hitch a mnn Is James O. Hlnine, For tbo Hepubllcnn host, led by this Intrepid nan, thero can be no defeat. This Is a grand year- -a year filled with the recollections nf the (evolution: filled with proud and tender memories nf tbo past, with the sacred legends of liberty: a year In which the sons of freedom will drink from the fountains of enthusiasm; a year In which the people eoll ror a man whn has preserved In congress what our soldiers won upon the field; a year In which tbey call for the man who has torn from flie throat of treason the tongue nf slander; for tho man whn has snatched tho mask nf Democracy from the hideous fare of rebellion; for the man whn, llko an Intellectual athlete, hos'ltnod In the arena nf debate and challenged all comers, nnd who Is still a total stranger to defeat. Uke an armed warrior, liken plumed knight, James (1. Illalno marched down the hails of the American congress and threw his shilling lance full and fair ngulnst tho brazen foreheads of thedefamersof his country nnd thu msllgners of (lis honor. For the Republican party to desert this gallant leader now Is as though nn army should desert their general upon the Meld of battle, James O. Illalno Is now and has been for rears the bearer nf the sacred standard of tho Republican party. I call It sacred because no human being can stand beneath Its folds without becoming and remaining free. foiue,1iiii3 Mro-grc- A pKBMIUMJFOR BVCttY jUl m BRE6KENRIBGE Ni y Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridlei Glassware, Queensware, El Given Away to ' our Paid - in - Subscribers. tV Wo lmvo just bought from ft lnrgo .wholesale Jewelry fine tripplo plaited jowolry, to bo distributed without rcga: our Bubscribors, who pay up to dato and ono year in adv every now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. b We havo numbered ovory article in tho list, amountin hundred pieces and they will bo sent out to thoso entitled tho order in which tho subscriptions aro received. Tho jowolry is mado from tho best rolled gold plato ranted for five years. Any article that does not give reas faction, can bo returned and wo will repair or forward a no article in its place. Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Ba Charms and Lockets, Finger Rings, Gents' Chai Cliains, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, P Etc., amounting to over $200 for tho jewelry alono, bes1 articles of Merchcndiso. The amount is only limited by ih 1 ( Ear-ring- s, y. : ."( M i r3r3rraw-)hWy- Afa 1BaVllMClTISSBrsV9aKTSA l fflCM rslt I xn!3' DLAINK'B DAJt IlAItUOn IIOMR. i of subscribers received. wo want is to increase our subscription list. Wo wj What tho News into every homo in Brcckcnridgo and Meade coy wo aro willing to give up somo of our hard earned dollars to (ft The first person sending us a dollar will get tho first artil bored in tho list below, tho next tho sccondarticlo, und so on' tho entire list. If you aro already a subscriber examino tho label on yoi and seo how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough mono you up to dato and ono year in advanco, and this will entitle yol 01 our premiums. Tlio premiums range 111 pneo rom zo cents c . Ocntlcinen of tho convention, In the namo of tho great republic, tho only republic that over existed upon this earth; In the name of all her defenders and of all her supporters; In, tho namo of all her soldiers living-- . In the namo of all her soldiers dead uiwn tbo f.eld of battle, nnd In tho nnmo of thoso who perished In tho skeleton clutch nf famine at Andersonvllle and Ubby, whoso sufferings ho so vividly remembers, Illinois Illinois nominates for tho nort president of this country thnt prince of parliamentarians that loader of leadera-Jam- ea O. lllalne. 2151 Novel 2 152 Novel 2453 Gem Shirt , ollar 2 Button 2455 Gcntfl Collnr Button 154-C- PREMIUM LJS'T. , '.,!... Elcotrio Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known populnr ns to need no special mention. 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"It was mistake, you see. 11 I do not," "No," was tho answer, given very decidedly and with courteous coolness. Tho girl looked at tho gentleman hoiiio-whdoubtfully und walked out. Turning to 11 friend thu gentleman said: "That young woman saw thnt I was busy and pushed herself forward without n word of excuse. Sho did not appreciate tho courtesy I showed her. I would not employ a girl who had so much push nnd so little modesty and consideration for tho rights of other Sho would never succeed in my store 1 doubt if sho would succeed Youth's Companion. nt co-plnny-whoro- ." Applo Trees, Polk's Nursery 249- 1- Ono Gold Collnr Button . . ..'... :,.. 2492 One Collnr Button 2493-O- no Gem Shirt ,..t' 2494-O- no Novel , ... :mu. une Uulles Uold Callar JJulton . . 241XJ Trees, Polk's Nursery 2497 Collar Button 3498-O- no Biding Bridlo 2499-O- no Gold Collar Button 2500-O- no Gold Collur Button We do not pay postage on premiums. -- ,.!..'.,,.,.; ;r.i..,.. -- ; iVV - ,t ,... j. .... 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Thu Into Itobcrt Lowo did something for his party once upon n time. What did his party ever do for him? But tho examples which, on n moment's reflection, occur to one's mind aro too numerous to moution, A man may, and frequently does, glvo nil timo, money, intollett, his whole life to tho so called publics sorvico, to bo shelved nt last And suppose ho is not shelved; suppose, that is, ho dies in harness. What then? All tho Year Round. b Window IN FULL BLAST. :- - hades PRICES TO SUIT YOU. wit-Ufl- la Curtain how small, Poles f n Aft-al- If we haven't the article in our line you want, just come to us and we will take great pleasure in ordering it for you, docs'nt matter I'ilcs of 1'eoplo bavo piles, but VflteU De-Wit- t's Harol Salvo will euro them. Short & Hnynes, Clovorport, and I3eurd & Itoclor, Hiirdinsburg, Ky. A Lucid Definition. A Boston editor, asked to define tho. difference between a cult nnd n fad roso to thu emergency in this manner; "A 'fud' is nuything that arouses evanescent mentality, while n 'cult' is anything that inspires purm'uneut mentality," Philadelphia ledger, GOME TO SEE US. J. D. Babbage. ' , Ti ;rn;jtt Breckenridge LOCAL THK BRmOJtMRlBSEl NfiW being chiefly tho caro of enoh in respect to dogma and deportment. Ho said Clovorport hud been looking up for somo time being flat of her back, sho had little dlfilculty In so doingl that ho welcomed the visiting friends as committco of tho rcsuricction. Speaking of tho brick making industry, ho said tho first man was mado out of dirt I that Adam was n "brick." Ho said wo all aro mado out of tho same lump of dirt, and were all brothHe didn't ers sons of Mother Earth bcliovo that God's curso had ever rested upon Jinan or mud that tho older ho grow tho moro beauty ho discerned in tho phonomon'a of earth, and tho moro truo realization in tho natural, and that ho kept young by being moro and more worldly. Ho told the friends from tho a North that a genuine fraternity of and brotherhood is imminent; that making of mouths at each other was about over, that wo, of tho South arc glad of having been defeated in the glad of attouipt at . separation I freeing of tho negro, but that wo didn't thank tho Yankees forit, as they brought tho negrocb here, sold them to us of tho South', pocketed tho money, and then got religion at our cxponsot all to the glory of All seemed delighted with tho Doctor's Ulk, and insisted on his continuing, but ho stepped down and off decisively, as many pressed forward to shake his hand in hearty congratulation. Invitations for him tocomo North and talk abounded. After tho speaking tho visitors, nccompaniodby many of our citizens, were "passed, by tho train, to tho Acmo Vitrified Brick Company's plant, o and made inspection, much to their and favorable imprcssmont. Tho eagerness and liveliness in their mannor of observing accorded so fully with tho emphasis of their expressions of high estimate of the industry, there could be no question of their sincerity. After tho .inspection, all parties repaired to tho hotels of tho city our follow citizen, F. J. Ferry, having previously furnished each of tho guests with n ticket, on tho train, of invitation to din-no- r. 1 citl-zond. sur-pris- eiuovmMoa, Tall Men, ,. News. 1 A ROYAL WELCOME CUSTER. WKDNESDAY, FEHUUAKY 1893. BBEVITIES. '"' ,ti . t N is ground hog day. Tho river Is rising nnd full of floating ice. It. B. Plcrco wont to Loulsvillo Mon- - WHO VISIT OUR CITY ONE Is Extended to the Clay Workers of America, HUN- ' r Ltiyton Howard has moved to tlio country. F. Fraizo and wifo went to Louisville yesterday. "W,. 11. Bowtner went to Louisville , Monday. Next Tuesday week will bo St, Valentine's Day. Ether Hall went to Loulsvillo last Wednesday. Clint Adkisson, of Webster, was in tho city Sunday. . Chos. May and wifo went to Stephens-por- t yesterday. Babbago carries tho largest lino of Negligee sliirta. It. N. Hudson nnd wife returned to Louisville Monday. Our local editor, Mr. Crosson, is on tho sick list this week. Robert Crider, Engineer on the Branch was in town yesterday. Buy your collars, cuffs and shirts from Babbago "The Furnisher." Babbago for Gents Furnishing Goods wo carry a complete lino. Miss Nannie Stephens, of Holt, went to Louisville last Thursday. John Warflcld and Wallio Haynes went to Louisville Monday. Illchard Bcavln's family, who have been ill for tho past month is improving. Miss Pearl Brainard went to Chicago Monday io see her father, who is quito sick. Mrs. Itoland Smith,'" of Stephensport, was visiting her sister, Mrs. Bassett, hist DRED AND FIFTY STRONG. A BRIGHT DAY, A HAPPY CROWD AND A HEARTY WELCOME. Citizens and Visitors Aliko Delighted Thcru couldn't havo boon a clearer, brighter and balmier day than was lost Friday, and tho genial, generous welcome and hospltablo entertainment of Cloverriort's visitors accorded fully with tho benovolonco of tho elements that ocemed to mlnglo in benediction upon the scene. Strangors from many States, cuilous to know certainly respecting tho exceptionally rare resources of tho soil hero, for manufacture of brick, of which they had read and heard so much, ns also to remark tho tone and temper of the pcoplo of our Southern sldo of tho Ohio, were very ovldently pleasingly affected nnd profoundly impressed. There were 140 gentlemen nnd ladies who left Loulsvillo 7:45 a. in., on n special train of four coaches and n baggago car, furnished by General Manager, J. K. McCrncken, of the Louisville, St. Louis fc Texas railway, and nrrived nt Cloverport nt n littlo after 10 o'clock; in tho forenoon. Superinten dent A. M. McCrncken, Mr. II. C. Mor-duAssistant Freight and Passenger Agent, and Mr. Ridgeloy Cayco, Car Accountant, accompanied tho visitors from abroad. The train halted nt tho Cloverport Brick Manufactory, nnd tho party was, when insido tho plant, greeted by a of citizens; Judge Allen Murray, hero extended, on behalf of our peoplo, a welcome Said ho : Mr. President and gentlemen of the JBrickmalxrs' Association Wo Wo aro aro glad you havo come. glad to seo you and you aro wolcomo. What moro can bo said to testify that your visit gives us real pleasure Your industry is not less In importance in tho problem of life than any other or all other Industries. Homes for the peoph Afce ns essential as their food nnd clothing. Durability, cheapness nnd profit aro tho three things you soek. Your annual conferences nro to shed light gained from your various experiences to one another. Although living in tho most brilliant epoch of the world's history, yet your work in n largo degree iu yet tentative. New arts are to be discovered and lost arts are to bo revived. The ancients produced materials which defy tho most enrncstand diligent efforts of our modern scientists to reproduce. Nature has produced tho crude article Your skill, intelligence and experimentation aro essential to adapt it by proper treatment, to the wants of man. In the mero matter of roadway alone, the world has unsuccessfully puzzled its brain tosolvo a dlflleult problem. Can it bo that tho vitrified brick in its development nnd perfection is its solution ? The graces of architecture aro ns necessary to satisfy tho human desire, ns tho strength nnd solidity of tho wall nnd No considerable structure, foundation. is over undertaken that tho architect and tho builder do not both wrestle with designs till tho "whole heart becomes sick and tho whnlo head faint." They labor in mino and factory to bring out a material combining strength sud beauty, tho Boaz and tho Juchln of tho future And too often does failure templo. mark theso diligent and laudablo efforts, and chagrin and disappointment are gathered from adviso criticisms ot their earnest work. Progress along theso lines you seek to promote You gather in council to debate, discuss, teach and learn. Your visit hero is to add to your knowledge. Confident that naturo has been most Iavish,and yet most delicate and refined in her nlchomy, we direct you to theso hills to find tho richest trensuro. Wo ask you with your skilled eyo and trained judgement to examine tho methods employed and to form your conclusions. Other ranges nro hero rendy for your skilled enterprise, tcemingas richly with wealth and benefactions as theso which you now sec. You aro invited to come and hero pursuo your calling and gather , your fortunes. But a Kentucky wolcomo docs not consist merely in words, As ono has said, lend our guests beside we usually tho "still" waters. We boast (and should be pardoned for it) of tho heroism of our heroes, tho beauty, nccomplishminta and purity of our womon, tho muscle, symmetry nnd speed of our horses, tho epicurean dollcncy nnd flavor of our cattlo upon a thousand hills, and tho excellence and health giving properties of our vintages. Of tho latter you aro invited forthwith to partnko, for it shall bo made to flow as unfailingly as tho gush of water from our springs. To Judgo Murray's wolcomo, thero wcro fcllcitious responces, first by President Anthony Ittncr; and thon by Secretary Randall, Allen McDonald, and V, A. Eudaly and others. Rov. J)r. J. B. Cottrell, who is now tho guest of bin Mr. G. W.ijhort, of Clovorport, was called for by tho assembly, and just as ho stopped upon the engine from which tho others had spoken, n table containing a row of bottles, (of tho choicest I) was given a tilt by somo pressure of tho crowd. Tho confusion Incident to tho rattle of tho bottles was instantly quelched by the Doctor, who, in n voice that caught tho ear of ovory one, said that the report of tho committee onLbottles was not yet in order. This lejOfte way to facetious comment on the fatality that befalls eve ty church a guardianship of Old bottles e, con-courNa-tion- al son-in-la- i -- Thursday. Wanted A houso or rooms whero there is a garden. Apply to Ed Gregory at Sulzers. Miss Bowmor will entcriain tho V. V. F. Club and a fow friends this afternoon from 2 to 5. Ayer's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, and expels all poisonous elements. Sold by druggists. Mr. Orton, who succeeds Mr. Morgan nt the Acme Brick Works, .arrived in tho city yesterday. Dr. J. B. Cottrell went to Owonsboro and Ilussellville ycBtcrday to be absent u week or two. J, D. Layman and J. T. Henniuger, of West Viow and S. D. Haynes, of flamed, were here Thursday. ftCapt. V. V. Duncan is in tho market for' leaf tobacco. Ho is buying for a New York manufacturer. Billy Winchester, the brakeman who hud his hand badly crushed some time ago, went to Loulsvillo yesterday. Felix A. Elder has gone to Leitchfleld, accompanlng Miss May Itodgors, who has been teaching school in tho county. Six car loads of stone from Lillard's quarry passed up tho road yesterday for tho now railroad bridge across Salt river, Itcv. J. J. Wool, pastor of tho Presbyterian church of llaweavillo, will preacli in tho Presbyterian church hero to- V V ,r f'S K IS- i t ', j J Tho hour of dopnrturc at length camo and President lttner, nt tho dc)ot, briefly returned thanks on behalf of tho visitors, and was responded to by Judge Allen Murray. Calls for Doctor Cottrell, but he slid aside to cscapo further speaking; and tfio train moved off, hands nnd handkerchiefs waiving a joyous farewell. Thojnon and women of tho company wore fino specimens, in physical appearance, ot humankind, and not a few had most intelligent expression of countenance; whilo tho bearing of all was most approved, and their conversation ovin-civ- o of unprotontlousness and solid culture. Clovorport was moro than compensated for all sho proffered and bestowed in entertainment of her guests, by the impress" of the presence of a most admirablo manhood and womanhood, in qualification, educative, of her citizenship. Several of tho ladies of our town did tho courtesies in entertainment of tho gcntlomcn and ladles; whilst numbers who would havo been altogether as apt nnd facile, were prevented unavoidably, from gracing thnt occasion. Mayor Lightfoot, and his goutlemon confederates, in ceremony of service, executed their part, con amore; so there was nothing to; mar or mortify at any turn in tho memorable meeting and mingling of tho varied company. -- . - i IU B.S91 ;i v v 13 NOTES. night. Little Miss Fiflne Funk, of Now Ind., who, has boon visiting Mrs. Sam Conrad for several weeks returned y, homo Monday. This is a good issue to send to your friends away from homo. Come in and buy a few copies and mail them. Don't ask us to donate them. Mr. L. D. Adkisson broko tho ice Friday while attempting to cross tho river near this placo, as he had n polo in his hand ho easily got out again. Why not; organize tho Commercial club nnin? It once did good, why not let it do moro? It secured tho machlno shops and Brick plants and could yet do wonders. Will "Moorman, of Glendeanc, came ever Thursday to see his mother, who has been quite ill for several days. Slio was much improved Monday and Will returned homo. Communications from Brandenburg, Stephensport and Lodlburg received too late for publication this week. Correspondents should mail their matter so it will reach us on Monday. Mr. A. B. Skillman shipped from his farm last week thirteen head of flno short horn cattlo for which ho got 4 Jets. They weighed from 1,200 to 1,500 pounds. Blood tolls in cattlo as well as in horses. . The ladies of tho party took to tho woods and loaded themselves down with mistletoe. It was rcmarkod by many that tho Acmo works wcro tho largest they ovor saw. Every visitor to this city lost Friday wont away with a good word for Cloverport. Atl tho hotels set up a good dinner and plenty of it. All our citizens, with but a fow exceptions, contributed handsomoly to tho expense Iund. Cloverport did tho handsomo thing by her guests last Friday, nnd tho News is proud of her. Mrs, Judgo Murray entertained tho ladies of tho party at her handsomo residence after dinner. Anderson, of tho Owcnsboro Inquirer, was ou hand, but gdt knocked out on account of tho wreck which delayed hia train. Mr. Chas. A. Dailoy accompanied by Ids wifo, represented the Courier-Journand give tho town and party a splendid write up. Mr. 11. C. Morduo, Assistant Passenger Agent, was with tho party and dispensed tho hospitalities of his road in a most pleasing manner. At tho Acmo plant everything was working in apple plo ordor, nnd showed up splendidly. Supt. Morgan got in his best ljcks, nnd the pnrty was highly en i fl Cards are out announcing tho mar-riag- o of Mr. John Conrad and Miss Katio Fella and Mr. Courtney Ilothrock and Miss Annio Fella to take place March 2nd., near Whito Cloud, Harrison county, Ind. Tho Misses Fella aro well known und have many friends in this city. E. A. Richardson, of tho firm of Hilpp & Richardson, clothiers Louisville, returned home last week from his spring trip on tho road. Ho says his trade was very satisfactory and his sales woro fifty per cont. butter than Inst year. Llsh is building up a fino trade nnd his houso is among tho leading wholesale clolhiug firms of Loulsvillo, Mr. Alfred Morgan has tendered his resignation nnd asked to bo relieved from the Superlntendency of tho Acmo Vltrl- Brick Works after tho 0th of Fob- ruary. Ho has accepted an appoint- inont to erect a model works for exhibit ifat tho World'B Fair, when ho goes from Jloverpo't after a week or two vacation rhich tho condition of his health ro- iiilreti. The Cloverport and Acme brick rorks of this city have both been con ducted under the supervision of Mr. jrgan and reflect much credit to his llty in that lino. They art model Drks and among the largest In tho tertained. Last Friday demonstrated tho fact that we have just as good hotels in this city, When it oomes to feeding, as any in the State. It is not their fault that their houses aro no better. Mr., John It. Elder, of Indianapolis and ono of tho leading manufacturers of tilo roofing in tho country, said our clay was especially adapted for roofing, and that n plant for that purpose did not require near the capital that it did to innko brick. Tho following is a list of tho ladies accompanying the party, Mrs. Anthony lttner, St. Louis; Mrs. O. P. Morwln, Berlin, Conn.; Mrs. D, F. Blllingsly, Indianapolis; Mrs. J. P. Norton, York Center, Mo.; Mrs. light. Main, ltoudout, N. Y.; Mrs. Jerome Walsh, Hudson, N. Y.; Mrs. Miss Addio Wallaco, T. A. Randall,-anIndianapolis; Mrs. Alfred Crossley and Mrs. Charles A. Dailoy, Louisville. Tho following card of thanks to Gen'l Manager McCrncken bears tho signature of most ovory citizen in tho town : "Wo citizens of Cloverport appreciating tho kindness of Gon'I Manager J. K. McCrncken in furnishing a train free of charge, to transport the members of tho National Brickmakcrs' Association from Loulsvillo to Clovorport and return, do d jntry. hereby return our thanks therefor." School closes next week. Master Raymond Meador will leavo for Hardinsburg soon where ho nil! attend school. "Sun" Carman left Friday for Burns, whero ho will crop this year with "Little Dick" Carman. Mr. Jool St. Clair has been laid up n few weeks with neuralgia and other head trouble, and is yet unable to bo out. Young Mr, Ed. Stlth will lenvo in a . short time for ShrowBberry where ho will hereafter reside with Mr. Luin Nelson. Tho increased amount of matter mailed hero is noticeable, and ero long, if it continues, our ofilco will becomo presidential. "Ike Pllo and Clint Lucas passed through town Saturday morning en route to Garfieldwhoro they expect to attend Prof. Drtakell's school which is booh to open. Leo Meyer Hardinsburg hold an extended hand to all his old friends here Friday. Leo is universally popular and after years residing hero, loft with tho AT good will of every ono. Misses Jcnnio Whitworth nnd Add Mercer, ot Constantino, spent last wcuk hero visiting. Thoy returned, leaving Joo Carman without a heart, unless ono of tho fair maids has concluded to glvo "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, her's in return. Our young people aru enjoying themLOUISVILLE, KY. Cor. Third and Markot Streets. selves on the "light fantastic too" about threo nights out of every week. At the residence of Mr. Joseph Lyon, Thursday night, was ono of tho most cnjoyablo Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A Fow Words About The Jersey Cow. dances of tho season". Tho Best Salvo In tho world for Cuts, Mr. Daniel Spradlln, of Constantinc, nrulses, Sores, Ulcers,Salt Rheum. Fever PlllZK ESSAY, IIV MISS ANNIB C. M. IIOYI). will on tho 14th of Feb'y offer his properSores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains ty for salo to the highest bidder. On the Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi10th, of tho samo month, he will leave Tho American peoplo npprecinte flno tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It with his family for Kansas, where he will cattle perhaps moro than nny other na- is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Price 23 cents per or money refunded. hereafter reside tion, nnd nronhvnys glad to rend nbout box. For salo by Short & Haynes, Wo understand there is to bo n mail them, even though it bo u fow short druggists. route established between West Vlow words. Wo como naturally by this fondness, for nro wo not n mixture of other and Eveloigh with two now between Its termini. Wo nro glnd to hear nations revered uud even worshiped catthat the peoplo in that section of our tlo? Long before our day ancient writers recounty have tho promiso ot better mail long been put to cognized cnttlo ns n noble race. . Hns not facilities, for thoy havo Homer often likened hiH heroes to them 7 much inconvenience to got their mull. Not long ago there was a doublo wed- In tho Psalms wo find them spoken of as ding at tho residence of Mr. Win. Ben- nn especlnl blessing of God. Solomon winds the nett, Mr. B. losing two of his daughters. caused twelve brazen oxen to bo placed Enough it Booms forsomo time, but Hen- in tho temple, threo facing each of tho ry Board seems to think othorwiso. Be- four cardinal points. On their backs they -fore long, somo minister may bo called supported a great brazen lavcr or ea to perform tho hymeneal rites at this Now, Solomon is gondrnlly behoved to have been the wisest man on who ever samo Mr. Bennett's. lived. Perhaps he Intended to foretell And M. Moyor, of Bums, an efllclont that cattlo would become a supP. M., a good liorso trader, nnd a successNo more Long of quartern four tho port in ful merchnut, Is stopping high nnd carEven in tho earth, as thoy nro walch l thoroushlr moJunlieJ, The r rying a face all wreathed in smiles sinco Jeltl works, clowa infant America thoy support tho greatof iJlutmnt. tututtli limi, anJ nil the iljtlt forty Thursday morning, when his wifo pre- est industry of the country, and over e Soli by all Jeweleu. In i wslcli. sented him with a girl. It Is thought that Jt itylei to julteverybojy. $4 to Si j. two thousand million dollars are invested A nice line of the abovo and nil other nice ho may pull through, as he has on thirin the dairy business. s goods kept In a teen other such occasions. Hero wo touch very closely on tho Informer years about' election times, Jersey, for she, abovo nil others, is tho JEWELRY STORE. tho Democrats of Breckenridgo county greatest is to tho It were somewhat fearful that n day's poll- Jersey and what sho has done torus thnt Musical Instruments, ing of votes might bring defeat to their I wish to call your attention. Any ono Sewing Machine Supplies. candidates, but hereafter nothing of tho Linn mm Hint tlurii In nrnllt in the Jcrsuv . Repairing a Specialty. kind will worry them, for Mr, Luthor GjL,,, tjlu Bnmo amount of food Bha.will.uxo- Vititoe with his Democratic family hns duco more butter than any other cow. Oall and see us. now moved into tho county, and located Knowing this, it seems strange that on tho George Pickiroll farm near Custer. dairymen should wish to keep any other N. A week ago when ho moved, Mr. Vititoo breed. Authentically wo can trace thorn CLOVERPORT, KY was tho father of thirty-seve- n children, only to tho Island of Jersey. Thero aro but since his coming here, a littlo strang- many theories as to what crosses proer has nrrived nt his houso, making the duced them, but no one has yet satisfactMr. Vititoo hns orily solved tho problem. Tho sacred number thirty-eigh- t. been married threo times, and only cattle of India, strange ns it may seem, Statement of the Condition of tho twenty-on- e of the children belong to his closely resemble tho Jersey in mniiy present wifo. particulars. How much better would it 1)0 If tho modern farmer could bo mado Baldness is catching says a scientist. At Hiirdliisbtirir, Ky It's catching flics in summer time. Use to bcliovo that from tho Indians' blind At the dote of Luilneie Deo. Slit, 1802, ho might learn a Hall's Hair Renower and cover the bald rovorenco for cattlo gentleness mtnouHCM. flics won't lesson of forbearance nnd placo with healthy hair and Notes and hllU discounted $I0J,3M 81 townrd his heard troublo. home nnd lot 3,51)7 40 What moro delightful homo could Hanking and turnltuie KUturei 1,478 50 theso famous cows have than tho green Due from other banks 2(1,282 6V LONG BRANCH. 9,8110 07 nnd fertile pastures of tho Jersey Island? Caih on hand Health of tho community, very good. Tho Jersey cow seems to toll us by her Total, $Uo,563 CD Mr. Win. Dooloy was on tho grand gontlo and satisfied expression thnt sho LHMMTUa. jury lost week. has como from a laud where the climatu Capital itock $ 25,000 00 M iss Mary McFarland is visit! ng f riends is mild and equable, and whero tho first Due depoilton 115,084 57 Dividend. No. 3 Due July lit atGrayhampton. object of tho peoplo in to make her com4 1,000 00 Mr. Win. Dooloy had two hogs killed fortable and contented. It is astonishing Undivided percent. profit 6,479 12 last week by tho train. how much thu Jersey has improved dur$116,663 69 Total, Mr. Jess Ashcraft was tho guest of Mr. ing tho Inst fifty yenrs. Thoy were onco I, M. II, Heard, Caihler of the above named Wm. Dooloy last week. of bank, do solemnly iwear that the abovo statebeasts, which knew nothing Miss Mattio Shacklott Is attending warm stables or good food, but tho peoplo ment Is true to the best of my knowledge and M. II. UKAKD, Cashier. school at Long Branch. of Jersey had their ideal, and by careful belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this, the Mr. John K. Ditto, had n flno horso attention and hnrd work thoy brought 31st day of Deo 1892. killed by tho train Inst week. their tmporfect materials up to tho stanJ HO. P. IliSWILL, Most of tho neighbors including sever- dard Jersey of Tho rnco ImprovNotary l'ubllo. al ladles attended court last week. ed so rapidly that tho scale of points was Dr. Pusey had a call to this neighbor- revised threo times during ton years. In hood lost ncok to soo Mrs. John Hall. 1830 Bomo Americans of influence became Of the Condition of tho Messrs Abo Ditto, Cal Hendricks nnd interested in tho JersoyH and began to Mm Dooloy were nil nttending court Inst make importations, which hnvo been week. almost constant ever since. This Ameri AT CLOVERPORT, KY. Several passengers from Indiana walk can interest gnvu a now stimulus to tho At tho close of builnois Deo. 31, 1892. ed across on tho ice and went up to Jerseymon, and a great increase of cattlo AS8ICT8. Louisville lust week on tho train. Tho American Notes and bills dlso't'd result. has been tho $170,758 72 Owing to tho inclemency of the weath- Jersoy Cnttlo Club has advanced the 2,672 2i Hank fixtures and furniture er, tho section hands were obliged to sus- Jersey interest vory much by keeping tho Uanklng house and lot 3,335 14 pend operations for several days. records nnd by organizing tho official Suspended debt 73 61 Miss Nellie McGehce, one of tho ac test, by which tho Jersey has been scon Overdrafts 390 23 complished hollos of this community left to surprise her most ardent admirers, Cash on hand $26,022 60 We recently for a visit to Cincinnati. 20,881 04 A Jersey cow is known to havo proIlonds wish you a pleasant trip Miss Nellie. pounds twelve nnd n half Due from Dankl 43,002 97 97,189 51 duced forty-siMiss Jonnio Wooltolk and Annlo Richounces of butter In seven days. I might $274,297 38 Total, ardson stayed ono night last week w ith euumerato many extraordinary cases, MAMLITIIB, Mrs. Blckorstaff on their return from but doubtless thoy nro nil woll known to Capital .lock $ 45,100 00 25.000 00 Como, again girls always my rendors. Tho Jersey of y Oklahoma. is tho tiurplus fund 4,891 09 Undivided profits glad to seo you, most beautiful of cowb. Wo find in her Fund to pay taxes 300 00 37. 4 per cent, Sweet breath, sweet stomach, ryvect n varluty of colors nnd shadings; n frntno Dividend No. tbts day, declared 1,804 00 tompor.all result from tho use of DoWitt'sfof such delicacy and fineness that oven a Deposits 197,202 27 Littlo Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills, novice could not help being atlructsd by Total, $274,297 36 Short A Haynes, Clovorport; and Beard her symmetry. In size, the Jersey is I, A. II. Skillman, Caibler of the above rather smaller than other breeds, but in Hardinsburg A Boolor, named bank do solemnly swear that the above America thero is n tendency to cultlvnto ststemett Is true to the best of my knowledge For Bobbin? The Mails. A, D. SKILLMAN, an Increase You seldom find a fat Jer- and belief. Cashier. John S. McCormack postal clerk ou soy, for sho is by nature a dairy cow, Subscribed and sworn to before me, this, the food in such n manwas arrested nt Henderson tho Texas She assimilates her 2d day of Jauuary, 1893. J. D. UmcaoBT, N. P. a. 0. last Monday for robbing the mails. For ner ns to put hor fat Into her milk, insomo time past, money und yalu.blo stead of her bones. It Is often said that n m iistoi t , packages have been missed between tho deep orange lining of her ears is n Loulsvillo nnd Hondorson, and were al- positive sign that the animal can glvo to Fimples, ways traced to McCormack's run. Last hor butter that beautiful golden tint When Monday a decoy letter containing markwithout tho aid of butter-colorinBM- ed bills was sent out. It failed to reach fed on grass tho Jersoy imparts that M and McCormack was ar- golden tint to her butter to such a degree its destination FACT. Xtf rested. Five of tho missing hills woro that it is unsurpassed by any other cow. '7KN TV Too much cannot be said in praise of found on his person and other valuable WemnH nil harn now, tloh blood, hl'h UrnpMly rnium lir thnt mmarkabln iwrwir packages. Ho was at onco placed in jail theso valuable littlo cows, but, like all ktlon.Dr.Lix xmoru bimd siuofts Fur tliM spmly euro ot Hcroiula, Waatlnir, and hia bond fixed at $1,600. McCor- really good things, she speaks for herself. Mreurinl Ulsnoae. ICrnntltina. Jimlmtliui. mack is a member of one of the best Whoever has tho good fortune to own t vltAlilocay, and every Indication of lrpover l.hol blood, ft. UUisy'i Iltst Sunisr la tho families in Ilomloreon. Ilia ptuwion for, oven ono of them will nay nftor reading us rgmetiv mat oon aiwava na raiiMf iimul IVniril ll lt gambling la said to ba tlio cuuao of bis my fow words of pralso. "Hal bat I lTHC SELLERS MZDlCINK CO. all' before," ruin. , knew It '"H. for for for for for for for for PANTS for PANTS PANTS PANTS, PANTS PANTS PANTS PANTS PANTS Pants Short Men, Slender Men, ! We Wish, to "be Alive When the Spring Flowers Bloom u And so we propose to keep in by vigorous exercise Fat Men, .... good' Old Men, Young Men, Large Boys, Small Boys, In Pushing Trade Ahead of us This ITice Cold Weather. s3JS&3533fl 03 ffiBffB&ftB6Eff EVERYBODY - WINTER SUITING! OVERCOATS, JULIUS WINTER & CO., NECKWEAR. UNDERWEAR, :: rKTw:ir3SCKXSTKXKr3Trv? jLruLax1yt-g.:jca.:3t-jt.K- rai fcZFJTijwrjiPJJtma vm i :rex?or;qi?ar;qrfot7qpqcHJCH These goods are going and you should them ere they disappear. post-onicc- B 5 SULZER CLOVERPOET, KY. Seconds Quick Winding Waterbury. Farmlmplemen Springs. to-da- tttm-HnJI- high-pric- first-clas- butter-produce- r. ,'jf?'Jtf? feiiff fr'TaWaLBflri"2' -- ' ' We have in F. D'Huy, our stock the best Waeonsv country affords: i: i u Bank of Hardinsburg Tho Celebrated "STUDEBAKER." Tho Well Known "MILLBURN." Tho Excellent "BLOUNT." Tho Easy Running "OWENSEf Bgftfiftgftgft 1 3r3a Spring Wagons in several styles. The best Buggy on wheels "The Ancll -- PLOWS too many on hand : OLIVER CHILLED, BRINLY STEEL BEAM. BLOUNT'S TRUE BLUE. i J ii to-da- Wo havo tho best NEW GROUND PLOWS thai bo mado, mado by R. A. Smith and mysolf, and stocj John Lowis and Dick Davis. ? a UUA&D, aDILLOJN & CO., Breckinridge Bank., PAT. DILLON, Munagor. HARDINSBtfl lO.OO Li i x YARDS OFl SfcVB A 4 to-dn- Tobaeeo Cfnv J Call and get youi supply now. J0I s j3 sg IMs, This is something every Tobacco raw must have. Experience has proven thj ths Wealthiest and best plants are grow canvased beds. We can supply you. Call and see us. WITT & MEADOR, HARDINSB1 r. v SfHHHflHniBHENraKSpnBR iytMB,ttifto-itmii- """ iuwi apiW,"ii''rip"'lBTO-W'-'''l- '' 'UiJlf Pb 'JuiiSVTVfTri ' THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. KENRIDGE 3D AY, NEWS. 1 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report FKBUUAUY 1693. He Chicago Weekly Time; (itounoicd in lHna.) GREGORY & CO,, Unhappy HoadquartsrR for SVENIHq GRAYER. to Mr. and Mrs. LotIs Roff, stephensport, Xy. se ere, at twilight's hour, pped to a cottage door; viewed and words I beard loir impreit on my heart everinere, at on the porch without, lot, ray itep I stayed, man and woman knelt of grace and prayed. RoYai A Reapers and Mowers, Marriages Grain Drill, Fertilize;. Cement, Mich Irish Planter, Salt, Lime, ConI Oil by Ihn Ttarrol, Plaster Hair, !&&&& ABSOLUTELY PURE Night's Journey od Dark Waters. Powder THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE WORLD'S FAIR AND Pine & Poplar Shingles EXPONENT OF MODERN Driclc, Plow Dandles, Pino Flooring kept on hand. Ord on ac- Aro clriofly duo (according to Johnathan Swift) to tlio fact thnt "young ladies upend their timo in making N15TS not in making CAGES." THE GREATEST AND MOST POPULAR DEMOCRACY IN THE UNITED As wo ncarcd tho hills in tho growing dnr'ineas our littlo pnrtybecamo more 8E.VAT0R Ilt.ACKIlUn.V. quiet, littlo being oald by any of us why, AN AGRICULTURAL AND POLITICAL WEEKLY ALL IN ONE. " i flea not only tlio pcreonnl nnd political bent, hit itep grown ilow, I never know; yet, I felt a silent dread 'Inters had frosted hli balr, friends of tho Senator, hut nil Democrats of somo coming evil awaiting us that band held the llook of booki Codicatod to W. W. Lambroth and night o'ro wo could reach n plnco of rest. ru well. Democrats never lovo tho lie fcmbllng voice filled the evening air. publican who stents an ofllco from them. Men- condition! mrrounJ the farmer with wjGer dutlei. He no, Urn tbtn formerly, can A sadness seemed to steal over tho spirit Family, Pastor M. E, Church, ildo knelt the other one. Tho contest in North Dakota recalls the of each one, yet of that Badness, nono without reproach dltregard hli obligation to leek to prepare bttniMf and hie family fnr their ' yean or more fight of two yen rs ago in Bismarck, when Brandonburg, Ky. spoko a word. Wo were now where the political ai well ai their cItII dutlei, and tot whaterer Ii eitential to good, wlie oltlienhood. ' beaten path with him enntor HniiBbrough turned tho tables hills wero divided by tho Itnco stream billets dirk and sore. upon CongreBsinnn-elec- t Johnson, tho Fomo eight years ago, at nn early hour, for n distnnco of mnny miles. Tho wind THE CHICAGO WEEKLY TIMES BEPHESEWTS WE PEOPLE; the sweet summer's twilight, mucus nominee, nrul secured tho succeson n beautiful morning, our little party ings of this stream wero nnrrow, dark aft and grey, sion to Gil. A. 1'ierce. Ilnnsbrough is aroso and mado every necessary prepara- and intricate. for home and lored onei, Mo question of national Importance and all political and economic queitloni of moment a printer by trade, nnd as tho editor of a Having passed through tho overflow! d tion for a long and tiresome journey. those far away. are national onei begins in Congreli. Tbej are canTaiied and dlicuned bjr the people and paper in tho little town of Devil's Lake, portion of tho country, wo hnd only to A Journey that had for ite object the ion In the far off West, beenmo bo popular that ho wns tniulo first yrtit, and when they reach congreu that body hut merely the detail to oonilJer. THE restoration of somo long lost treasure, keep tho course of the stream to where M CHICAGO WEEKLY TIMES left lored onei here hi become the recogniied leader of the great plain people all own, fame and fortune, and odd relics that had recently been flowed into n larger one, called Onward, the bone and ilocw of tbe conimtfnwealth and the hopo of the Ameilcan republic Iti editorials children dear. found and trusted to tho sacred keeping which was broader and more dangerous, are broad, national, eloquent, eonrlnclng, and dignified, and as coraprehenilre In tbe lubjocti of our dear old Dr. Hite, till he saw fit to oven than tho Kaco stream. Tho hills treated ai are tbe queitlona of human interest. jest boy In the "Sunny South" THE CH.ICAUO WEEKLY TIMES represent all the moretnenU of the day, and upon restore them to tho patient and long suf- towered abovo us on either side, the long yean from borne fering owner. Theso relics were of great stream being so narrow that tall trees in- Iti indonement blnget In a large degree, tbe future, for it It broad In Iti vlewi, liberal In Itj Men fielJi and ralleyi too, terlaced their long branches over our judgment, and by tbe belt ponlble meani of forming a correal one, and knowing i duKy to value to the Holy Church. feet may roam. they prayed, for him that ere, Thero wero only flvo in tho party, Dr. heads, nnd strange sounding night birds, man, tbe country, progress, and future greatneu, Ii lifted abore bigotry and narrow mlnded-neiTo it all sabscriberi should turn for enlightenment, encouragement, dares perform It. wn light and moani. Hito and his most cstimnblo wife; their while they chirped and twittered, low, on them In their lonellneii, son Wyinan, daughter, Nellie nnd myself. melancholy notes, would flit and flutter tympathy, aislstance, and the nerve to carry out their undertakings, In Iti ranka are to be ftund the brightest minds in erery line. Week by week it talki 16 for "Home, Sweet Home." Wo partook of n henrtybrcnkfnstnnd had their wings hard ngninst the branches, eTery inbserlber of what Ii going on, brusbei away the dust .from tbe past and starlights the ohed on the tea of life our baskets filled with food sufficient to wild shrieks and screams not unliko the coming. It forecasts fhe ftAure and forewarns against disaster. It Ii a matchless scrap book rllhout redder or guide; Inst two days, in ense nn nccident should humnn voice; then with a loud swlsh-swifi- h, knowledge forthe farmer, uecbinlc, lMrjer, doctor, and all good cltlzoni. -- he comes and goei they would light on tho branches of Without tbe occur, which would detain us, and we nqulreraenta of wading through pages of Irreierant matter THE CHICAGO HM and wide. would not reach tho Heights until the of tho neighboring tree, nnd Bing nnd WEEKLY TIMES glrn to Iti reader the Bitted grains of thought, history, be oldfolki long ago science, and all close of tho second day. It was at this chirp ngnin, thoso strange, sad, low notes, at a glance j makes erery reader a cosmopolite, and brlng's the entire wealth Of tbe llfe'i itorm and itrlfe, world to that snt n chill through my frame. I his rery door. season of tho year that the beautiful SH.VATOII IIANSIIOIIOI'OII, llmielf tone little of good, found myself crouched nt tho feet of my villnge of It , nnd tho surroundortby in life. It glvei more for the money than any other weekly paper In America. It is bright, Congressman from tho State. When ho ing country, for mnny miles, in fact, ns friend; who would not have been averse and valuable good for tbe whole family. came up Johnson, who lighter, dear father In heaven, to shutting out thoso direful sounds by Its world's fair news is tbe most complete and reliable is n Norwegian, defeated him, and in the fnr north nnd south, east nnd west, nn the er io ndly eye could penetrate, wns one brond sen burying head and ears in the soft robes It Ii a bureau of Information for Its subscribers, answering anything deiired. omforti and bleningi the needs, following January wns nominated for of dnrk troubled wnter. Tho river banks nt her feet. Iti agricultural department contains the best from all sources. It lait to the Light. when tho Republican friends of Senate, It asks erery intelligent man and woman to become asubscrlber, because it stands up for While wo wero trying to shut out tho and every branch and brooklet had ret the two now In hearen Senator Pierce, and tho Democrats tbe oppressed, end the weak against the strong ; being unawed sound of these birds, Wymnn resting his the rights of tbe lo thought In onr heart, united upon nnd elected Ilnnsbrough. ceived to their utmost enpneity, the henvy rains that in torrents for two oars on tho boat's edge, commanded si- by influence and unbribed by gain, and besides glring tbe best of ererytbing from a litorary Ifrom those God gareuiloyouth The innn who will succeed Cnsey has successive weeks, almost without ceasing. lence nnd nttcntion. Instantly, tho Doc- standpoint, is pledged to rellgon, liberty, and law, never iball part." probably not yet been voted for. Samplo copies ent on application. Address The villagers wero compelled to removo tor's oars assumed tho name position, llitened, with head bowed low, The amount of stationnry dumped into wo sat in wonder accenti of tho aged pair; the government waste basket during the to the Heights, or some sister town where while CIIIOAGO, ILL.. IisUnl I hear the the moonlight itreamed within, past week has been something wonderful, relief societies hnd been formed and and fear "Listen refuge provided for all those who lived roaring of water nnd n voice unliko nny re on their illrered hair. in the form of petitions for nnd this Mr. Win. Aylesworth nnd wife, manaI ever heard before, do you hear them?" words, lie stretched forth a brawny ii life, when full of yean, ngainst opening tho World's Fair on Sun- in small cottages, nnd wero without ger and proprietor of the Grnhnmpton Ono glanco at our torror-stricke-u hund, and lo, tho ponderous gatcsswung means tosustain life until the rain abated, said Wyinan. with teari of joy and lorrow; lnctory, mndo Mr. nnd Mrs. Osbornon day. Many able clergymen have also fnco sufficed to assure him that wo backward, Ii hope in the truly good,' nnd the wnter wns dried from the fnce of tho rushing, threatening short visit. tho Committee for and against ik of the meeting "Tomorrow." We hnd n Venice, not unlike did, as each ono leaned forward to catch waters catno ngninst our frail bark in Mb. Jim Holt, formerly in tho hnrd-wnr- o Sunday opening. Whntever the final re- the enrth. business, ut this place, who is In the Venice of tho Old World, for the the echoing sounds, as they resounded heaving- billows, rjlmost carrying us with sult may be, the Sitbbntnrians appear busiicss In Henderson, was smiling with houses appealed to have no firmer foun- from crag to crag, on through tho hills them in their m&dncKS. cburch-bel- li rening'i chlmmed, lo be on top at present. friends hero last week. dation than the dark waters surrounding antl then ceased. Tho high, bold cliffs Uy tnenns of hooks nnd ropes we passed rhlpieri together. The other half of the people's party in Tho peoploof The only craft used for convoy- -' had long since shut oil" the moon from safely through, the heavy gates closing glad torteo their Gustonand vicinity were bJ on the lorely icene, old friends, Mr.and Mrs. the Senate, known lo the people as I'elfer, them. linpeu on my heart forever. ing persons from one house to another, our view, leaving us almost in uttcrdark-ncss- . immediately nfter us. James K. Uramblett.who attended church and to the as the "Senate wns n small, liclit boat, witli three or four Klla 1'. Musur. The faint light of a lantern fast'Gold, Jshining gold, and yo papers, or here tho 1th Sunday. They icsido in from Kansas," has been holding forth V3. high sides and back to protect the ened firmly to the bow of the boat, being yo life," yelled tho monster, and tho Lkron. this week upon his Amendment to the seats, V1?. fncxtf, your last issue, that passengers from the splashing of high our only guide. Sometimes a star would words were no sooner uttered than the 'onstitution favoring tho election of Kyle Adkisson had ltd I v tur: ippti. alionf Mr. II. which sometimes threatened to meet our eyes through tho heavy foliage, articles wero produced by tho Doctor, his sister married."gono to Toxus to see Ml, Spcial A unit of the l'resident by direct vote, atid of inerens- - waves, Itshould have been envelope this little boat when a slight but, we were on tho dark water at a late from an iron box of circular form, con- to see his sister, Maud. kuranrc Co.,. S'ew Ynrk.tays, ng the term to six years, and limiting t) klatinr tlt.it two applications wind wns blowing. Often times the cur- hour, with no light save the lantern, cealed In the heavy folds of tho edgo nt Kphrinm IUchardson, an epileptic, was Higihillty to a single term. The measor n, .r tevtre nttack of veryuudly burned by falling on a stove rent wns so swift nnd powerful as to al- which was immediately unscrewd from our feet. ure has much to commend it, but is liable ono day last week, but from all accounts most entirely prevent any kind of guid- the shelf-lik- e place in front.nnd swung out A fiendish smile played over tho featto meet tho same overwhelming deft-n- t is not thought to bo dangerously injured. ance. All those who lived in on n strong hook nnd fastened to n polo ures of this demon, and "Onward go," vhich overtook tlio Amendment to Died, buildings remained in the upper cham- that found lodgement in an iron brace camo in grating tones from this giant of Aunio at 5 o'clock, p. m Jnn'y 28, Laura, youugest daughter of Mr hange the time for the meeting of ConPerry Cunditl. Littlo Annie iindn't been gress, nnd for the inauguration of Presi-len- t. bers, living quite as comfortable ns secured to tho sido of the boat. Tho light Waters. blessed with tho best of health for they formerly hnd below, but forthe con- shined brightly on the water and reflectCONTINUED. il C rrrtponlent Hut whntever may be the fate of a year and was only twelve yenrs of over stant fear of the terrific winds and surg- ed the rocky hills around us. We fanniro. in! amendment, nn immesso amount of llio bereaved fnmily has tho sympathy of Biuvt.Tov Jnn'y .TO, 180H. ing waves washing them away, to drift cied wo saw in tho distance something ! tho cntiro community. iluablo history is betng added by the who knows where? stretched across tho wnter like u high, is tlie year well, bo far ni Tho young ladies around town set to nntor to the literature of the Populist's in As before stated, tho morning set apart dnrk wnll thnt on renrhlng would comvictims nrt concerned. Kx- haven "caplUtl joke" on Mr. Olmrloy iinpaign of education. for our Journey, was one of those balmy, pletely debar our further progress. Wo Beard. It seems that Mr. B kissed a cer-FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. the wake Tin Constitutional amendment authorft'Hfollowsrlowin lady good-by- o soft, delicious mornings, when all the could conceive of nothing that would on Justus she took ing the election of lT. S. Senate by the the West-boun- d train tho other ovening. earth is smiling and apparently nt pence close observation, nppenr ns this wnll or did not commaml men in We will ndiiii; thnt it is just a little ban! xtpl'f has pawed the House. Henry witli herself and all mankind. The boat barrier did in the light reflected upon It. Alarm for Its Invasion of America on Charley, for kissing hlt'f (jttnrtcrmaster of tin ibol Page, of Massachusetts, spoke and retty girls in was in readings, with necccssary wraps, However, wu could not long be deceived, Otibton is u habit thnt hnnlly uiiy of "the otomnc he remlcred servi- Wofl Founded. rk-against the measure, but did not bos" nro permitted to Indulge in. robes, umbrellas and rugs, with our bas- for wo were compelled, If possible, to go itit to the HiicrchH of the teceed in enlisting tho help of Iteid and kets and fresh water for the first day, nil forward till wo reached tho ominous obof the nhlcHt C'orjw Com- 'her strong men of his party. The telegraphic dispatches of Jnnunry safely stored In tho rear of the boat. It ject. Thero being no escape, we moved 'I'h. Senate finance Committee has -- 1st rejort tho outbreak of cholera nnew, hnd been drawn up nnd securely facetted slowly and silently along. As wo apHnves wns pronounced or favorably a bill repealing the to tho door of tho lower front hull; the proached, tho Doctor, who hnd been si- in Berlin, 03 coses nnd 10 deaths being kndhvsome was thought to lnw. It looks Silver purchnse reported. The lat- - ow us if such n measure would pass both wnter nt the time being about two feet lent for hours, in fact, ever since wo had 'ed greatm-ss- . Just now, when nn epidemic of Asiatic dei'p in our house. Ily means of a scaf- entered the narrow stream, said, "Prelerhas the most nearly Inm-e- of Congress, unless talked to fold or walk from the stairs to tho hall pare yourself for nny lmergency, nnd for cholera is among the alarming possIbllU lied important ollices with nth in tho Senate. Financiers feel Stock $25 000. door, we entered. The family my fami- your own safety, control your fear nnd ties, nil stomnch nnd bowel troubles (ability, nnd as l'resident, Kiel: apprehension about the existing nn importance beyond the ordily, forthe Doctor's had only stopped with anxiety, for we are now about to pass kl tlu most diHtiuguished i aw. Knch silver certificate is a plain nary, and should meet with prompt 0. F. BEARD, Preildqfct. lnstorj of the Jiepubli- - intntrt to he paid in dollar notes worth us n few ilnys to wait for n chnnge in the through the Devil's Gap." Immediately weather sufficient to continue their Jour-ue- y upon hearing such strnngo distressing treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera intlio lamotts Cabinet of bout 01 cents in tho world's markets, WILL MILLER, gnthered nround us to say n sad news, we enst our eyes nbout us, nnd no- fantum, diarrhea, dysentnry, flux, colio luiBon. and the result of continuing to issue them good-hyand give us their parting bless- ticed thnt tho wnter wns confused nnd and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatul Idition to the Cabinet of A the rate of JTr.OOO.OOO per month is M. II. BEARD, Cashier. ency, distress nfter eating, etc., all point Is J. Itandolph Tucker, of feared by men of ulnars. Hut the weight ing, for they had secret doubts about its troubled. Tho wnves hipped higher on conclusively to a bad condition of tho he is one of the best. Ho of the country people is against repeal, being n safe plan for us to begin our jour- our boat as wo drew nearer tho gate Q.W.lfEARD "Look I horror! what can this mean," stomach and bowels, and all such disor- MOnRIB ESKRIDtlE Dire tof ile reputation in Congress i'hu friends of repeal also urge that to ney during tho flood, Mrs. Hite nnd myders should bo corrected at once. II. M. JOLLY. intarily a few years ago to stop the purchase is the only way to bring self occupied the rear seat, with Nellie exclaimed all, but tho Doctor. "O, wo Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. g on tho one immediately before us, while shnll bo lost!" wo cried in tmetothuluw. As Chair- - Kuglaud to terms on a INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS standVa., snyB : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho tones. the Doctor nnd Wyinan took the oars. ard for tho Commercial Nation in genbest mcdlcino I over used for pains ; for A strange, wild terror seemed to posThe sun was just creeping above the ho&&&$. 4 eral. we when glided rizon, through sess tho good Doctor, though he senrcely cramps and colic in children, it can't bo WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL WliixiplriK cnun!i, roup, streets, 'round corners, first up, then uttered a word, savo as a command for us beat. For flux, it is tho klnir." Mr. It. I,. IJIcnkinship, ofTooley, W. briincliltlk, cold anil cough arc at once relieved across, until wo wound our way out into to control ourselves. Henry Watter'ion, Editor. j ml positively anil permanently cured by Dr. tho narrow channel of the Race stream, Vn., has this to nay: "jwt April I hnd Bo8t Democratic Paper "Stand back, or yo life," came in tones Published. Ilull'a .Cough Syrup and have never found Its the banks of which, In low wnter, wero of jKiwer nnd vongennco, from n dnrk, nn extremely sovoro ntlock of diarrhea ; ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. iual fur nur children." actions of my bowels in beautiful to beholdbeing at our point shaggy form, whoso vlsngo was sulliclcnt hnd twenty-ou- o licit Cor.lctcd Newt, of entrance, one gradual slots) from the to chill tho blocd in one's veins. This less than two hours. I took three doses SESEgSft Heat atones CLIFTON MILLS. ici MlKfllany, top to tho water's edge. This slope wns monstrous figure in the form of man, of Lightning Hot Drops nnd it relieved HAS Wmnan'a THE licit Children' i'a B. Department. Hut smooth nnd green, with wild flowers, stood behind what appeared in tho dis- mo instantly." licit Answers to CorresponK. W. Cory Is ipiito low with ptiou-iiioniLightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surdent! Departments, water lillies, ferns and long wild grasses tance to bo a high wall, but upon aplicit IMItrriali. at this writing. in profusion, all along its edge. Hut there proaching It proved to lio nu immenso est, quickest remedy over compounded It gives away trainable prenlnm every day for Mrs. H. C. Haddock who has been sick was water everywhere, with tall trees, frame work of heavy iron the largest clnb received. bars, placed for each nnd nil of tho nbovo complaints. for two weeks wo nro glad to say is con- hrtith, remnants of fences and houses about two inches npurt, running perpon-diculn- r. Moreover, it cures nil pnlns, external nnd Sample copies of theWecklyCourlcr-Jnurna- l will valescent. standing in water, with not ono spot of be sent free to any address. Write to They wero so henvy .that tho internal, nnd is tho best safeguard known The public school at this place, taught enrth to rest the eye upon. surging.scethlng water that'rushed in tor- to destroy the evil effects of u change of Courior-JournaCo., Louisville, Ky. l by Jesse Payne, closed last Friday with Wo passed over tho lowest pnrt of tho rents through tho narrow bars, was not witter or diet. I'lcnsnnt to take. Sweetened, children liko it. Lightning Hot patrons nnd pupils all pleased. country on the first dny pnssingthrough sufficient to shako tho massive grating. Tim is sold by all dealers in medicine, Dr. S. P. Parks will leave soon to at- towns nnd villages in a similar condition Midwny wns tho passngo or gntowny, Drops BRECKENRIDGE NEWS pOM'JI TUCK Kit. AND THE tend the Kentucky School of Medicine to our own. Towards night wo reached with hugo pillars of Iron supporting it on at --'5c, and 50c. n bottle, on the guaranIclary Committee some ut Ixmlsvillc. Hearing such appalling tee: No relief,, no pay. Try it onco. Weekly Courior-JournHe will be gone live tho point in the ltnce stream where hills either side. a strong report against months. Will be sent ono year to any address for fi.15 and long ridges wero discernible in the words from such a relentless looking ob- Ilo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. . Mado only Address claim, and in alluding JNO. D. HA1IIIAGK, distance, while nil nbout uh note shaggy ject, in such distressing surroundings, Miss Blanche Fitch, of Louisville, is Cloverport, Ky. speech tho other day, visiting filled us with horror nnd dread for Tlio by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio, and thick undergrowth. trees At noon her brother, J. M. Fitch. f Vermont, voiced tho wo refreshed ourselves from our well coming trial. What would como next, GUSTON. II. II. Parks attended U. 8. Court nt filled when ho said that All baskets, and isclUe wnsgrowingim-patien- t was the secret thought in overy mind, OwcuhImuo last week its n petit Juror. icker, hoped that rumor for n rejietition of the good things "Whcnco enmo yo beggars, nnd whithTho Hide child of Mr. Amos Mnttlngly, On Wednesday night between thu to eat, but we with one voice, said there er are yo bound?" Como In tho same of I'nynesvllle, died lost week. known only Mr. Car- - hours of nino and eleven o'clock tho must be fasting until wo reach tho hills, voice ns beforo. Mrs. Lnno Smith who has been sick for iiiiied upon. Tlio con- - handsome rw.hlcnco and contents of which would take nn hour's hard rowing nothing new vhen we stair that Jt pays to enrage Tho Doctor with trembling volcosent some tlmo is now nblo to bo out ngnin. in a iH'rmaucni, iioi iirumir anu pieiuani uu. in tuo bennto lias al- - I.udwell It. Adkisson was consumed by to accomplish, nfter which wo would tie back tho answer, "From tho vitiligo of for every day's Mr. Achilles Moretnen, of lllg Spring, fliien that returns a protlloner trie work n work. insurance up, ent our supper nnd rest awhile lcforo Ruin, bound 'or tho Itefugo on tho is the business we dais. Governor McCreary. fire. Estimated loss mndo n business trip toGuston Inst week. We teaeli tliem how to make money TapldW, and guarantee every one who follows oar liiitructlous head of tho present 31,000. Hound wifo has tho heartfelt the moon rose to light us on our night's Height." Mr. Loyd Itny who hns spent tho win- lauiuuiiy trie mating 01 ssjwu.iiii a nuiniii, 11 louse, for recognized sympathy of the entire community. journey, "Yo papers and a henvy price, or yo ter in Guston, returned homo Inst week. Krery one who takes livid now ajid works will surely speedily Increaio earnings ; iced hiscnndidacy.nnd Tho sun that glided o'er the tro tops necks will bo stretched through theso Mr. John L. Henry wns so unfortunate can be andquestion about It; their bow at there uo work others id Blackburn in tho in tho morning seemed now to bo dip- mighty bars," repeated tho monster, in ns to have ono of Ids ribs broken not long are uotng It. ana you, reader, can do me same, A Good Kecord. "I have sold Cham1 ins is ine oesi paying business that you have e will hold her ever had tbe ehanco to secure, iou win mane a berlain's Cough Remedy for ten years," ping himself into a watery grove. Tho hoarse tones. "No papers, no mercy; no since. mistake if jfoofall to give It a trial at ouc Miss Kva Carringan leaves says druggist K. H. Legg, of Vnil, In.,"and shadows deepened and thickened after money, and yo shnll pny for it with ye It has been supposed I you gratp the inflation, and act quickly, you Fair-fluito visit friends near Bardstown and will directly And yourself In a most prosperous Even then wo were passing lit- heads ofT," ho again replied." 3ii would bo a candi- - have always warranted it and never had sunset, Nelson county. builiieis, at which you can surely nuiko ami save monev. a tew "IM us and all wo have pans In safety fkoly poll tho legisla- - a bottle returned. During tho past 00 tle Islands, nnd sometime wo passed beMr. Jnko Mclntyro, who died verystid-donl- y large sums of will ohenThe resultpelt onlywages. equal a week's hours' work days I have sold twelve dozen and it tween two such Islands tho passngo bo- - through tho gates, and gold, shining gold, of typhoid fover, was interred nt Whether vou are old or voansr. man Or woman. It against McCreary. makes no difference, 110 as wo tell you, and sue. Salem by Osborne (t Co., undertakers. jnUwla of thin week has given perfect satisfaction in overy in Ingso dnrk that tho shadows ol tho tall shall bo yours," said tho Doctor. cess will meet you at the very start. Neither Thero Is no truth in tho report that experlea or capital ueccssary. Those who work "Hoy-day- ! up a cough, but oaks thrown across tho wator beforo and Hn, halha! Como yo nnd eon decided arc ery stance." It does not dry was published, two negroes wero for us nro rewarded. Why not write lo.ilar for Ington people. Tlio loosens and relieves it. It will euro a behind us, presented n gloomy picture I enter in; hut look well to yo heads, hung by a mob, thatGuston, for stealing, full particulars, IrVr t KNO. AM.KN & CO., in JIos No. KO, Augusta, Mo limit editor, soldier, sovcro cold in less tlmo than any other could but shrink and shudder at thu utter for tho Dovil is a mighty One, Mr. George Brown, of Chicago, accomfull of vengeance for Ids adversaries, panied by Miss Kllon W. Mtiuiord, '25 nnd (Oct. mid $1 bottles desolation that encompassed us on overy iator J. It. Howley, treatment. echoed tho demon. With thoso niounclnj church hero on tho 4th Sunday. (lido. emor Uulkely, grati- - or sale by A. It. Fisher, druggist. STATES. companied by cash prompt ly filled. AFTER the fair reader of these linos has made her cage however, and seoured her mate, it will fail of perfect success unless it is properly clothod. $1.00 PER YEAR.- FRUIT TREES -- -- FOR- Nursery Stock - - on onoin Apply to Zack Greon, malinger of tlio Hnrdinsburg Nureory, nnd ngent for KUt Ill's Spraying outfits. POTATOE PLANTS In season. Address ZAJK. GREEN, Harmed,,' Ky. icaaaescB Therefore5 . Shirts, Collars, Guffs, Ties Underwear,- - etc should be purchased of Louteviile, St Loufs & Texas H, R. Co,1 ; TIME SCHEDULE Taklntr llflcct At 5:00 o'clck A. U. WednesdaT WtilJJound Traini 63 IfcTO. 20. WHY? gecawso wo know y.our buoi'K der-mrts Jan.1. . X f93 Salt Btfvnd A Tram 61 in advance, having been thrsugk hundreds of expediences e, Bxpr'a Kipr'a Mall A HsTATIONS Mall Kxpr' Itxpr'. Dally 9 lOprr 8 55 8 20 Dally Dally Dally 630im 7 4.rm Iv.Un'n p't..ar J'U) Kentucky St. 12 45 8 (J0 6 45 7 20 and aro prewired to satisfy every ono of them. You fyiko no chances when you huy of us. in otlr flmo 724 7 7611 8 00 8 1U 8 10 8 28 8 37 8 45 8 40 8 45 900 Blrt 917 9 20 9 31 9 44 9 62 10 00 10 08 Howard Hock Haven I.onjr Hranch Ilramlenuuri; Itkron Guston IrvlnKton Westl'oint 12 05 12U2pm lHS.im 1138 112!) 815 8 (JO Our Interests are Yours. 760 741 721 lit-lit- lo enUr-talnln- g, 863 869 9 0S 1015 10 912 9 10 9 30 9 31 9 47 10 05 1027 1030 1044 1060 2i l'lcrce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawesville I'ctrlc Falcon Lewlsport 1'nwera I'ates Owensboro Mattlntrly Grltlith Stanley WorthlnKton Itcada Spoltsvllle Ilasketts ar.IIcndcrs'n lv Cayce Shops Lodiburir: Webster U 19 1111 1102 1063 1045 1035 1030 10 23 732 715 6 67 6 48 6 40 u E'S Oer. Wall & Elm Sts., CLOVERPORT, KY. GO TO 635 6 27 1018 1015. 10 01 6 22 6 07 619 660 640 632 6 25 6 21 514 67 4 43 4 968 23 down-trodde- ltll 1118 1124 UOO 9 44 967 933 6 02 dec-ende- 1011 1015 10 9 20 9 20 112J 1135 916 9 09 8 51 8 27 C. W. STONE'S ST0EE 10 41 open-mouth1 ; TIIMIES OFFICE, 1065 1100 1118 11 11 1162'tn 1207pm 1216 1227 837 813 8 8 7 7 7 0S 01 65 45 37 435 4 20 Ten miles South of Cloverport on theBowling Green road, and get Men's Iioota at $2.76 to $1.50 Boys' Boots at 1 65 to 90 cts. " 1.00 to 50 " Shawls fl to ' 6 1'rlnts 35 50 to Men's shirts " Other things correspondingly cheap. Will exchange goods for butter, eggs, feathers, hides, dried fruit, cblokens, eto. 0. W. STONB. 23 2S i 1232 1238 415 412 4 1244 1135 1263 1142 1155pm 104 1205am 111pm 1220am 1 25pm 06 u M 368 3 60 729 841 715am 3 30pm - THELOUISVILLE&ST, LOUISAia LINE. (L. E. Sc BT. L. K. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINE TO WHEN YOU go to Htirdinsburg call on It. E. Vice-Preside- St. Louis, Evansville South-Wss- t. Mnttlngly for tho best wines and liquors, AND ALL POINTS c West and Time-Car- A SCHOONER of bnnr and lunch all for 5 A two-stor- y ington News. CHOLERA in Effect Jul; 31, 1592. d Lv. Louisville 805 a.m. ..9:25 p.m.. ,4:2V p.m ArrSt. Louis 7:20 pm ...6:4& a m Evansville 1:20 lOiOOp.m For farther information, call on or address R.A CAMPBELL, Clen'l Pass. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D.P. A. Louisville, Ky City TlcVot OlUce, 8. W. Cor. Third & Main St , Louisville, Ky. rents nt R. E. MATTINGLTS, KARDINSBURQ, KY. LOUISVIILE MARKET ItEIlTS F0KNIS1IED BV Len. Gr. Herndorj r&fio., General Produce apd Cowmssion Merchants and Gerk'ral. Storage. Wh mt , re-irt-nl BANK During 1893 THE SUN will be of surpassing excellence and will print more news and more pure literature than ever before in its history. H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Cash with every account salo. Consignments solicited. LOUISVILLK. KY., Jan. 24, 1692. Shippers should mr.rk all packages plainly, e with shipper's narao and address. BUTTKR. Obolce, country IS 18 .... 11 (ti 7X Medium Common .. JO .:... 11 Creamery 2d 30 post-offic- s ns-su- Cral The Sunday Sun Is tho BUGS. Fresh Old liens per lb greatest Sunday "a copy. NowHpnpor in tho l'OULTHY. 3032 '...;. .. 2 74 to 3 25 3 to 4 s world. Price 5c. - By Roosters ,..'. springers......... mall, 52 n year Turkeys live .. Turkeys dressed vet lb Dally, by mall, - $6 a year FEAT11KU8. Dally and Sunday, by mall, $8 a year Trrtne, white goose 6to8 Mixed , -- Address THE SUN, New York. Old No. 1. duck Green, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good .'. 25 25 25 i l HIDES, 6J ( 3$ heart-renderin- riLUvsfi!9 ' ss.jssr "iQlnir :FNl25a a Sheepskins Tub-wash- 6i 25 WOOL. n ., 1 1 . T" VtfUU Oiease, tin Area so, coarso Merino Hurry and wharft 30 25 20 l I ( Cts , 141 u We quote price HAY. GRAIN. FEKD. on Louisville city to-d- No, 2 oats OATS. Strict choice ,, 35 AY. w 38 n Cholo No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw.. 110012 11 00 . , 00 Q2 12 00 0 00 (d 10 00 4 60 5 50 Choice white Choice shelled..,.,, CORN. , S , 54 Q 55 42 (a) 40 al Everybody ahould wear them. It la a doty you owe youraolt to ret tbo beat valne for your money. Eoonomuelnyourlootvroarby pnrobaaing w. L. Douglas Shoes.wbiob represent tbe beat aloe at tbe prtoea abore, aa tbouiauda can testify. No Substitute.. 49-Ta- ke th world th prlos). Bat W. L. DoUglas'tioea are sold eTeryvfbere. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE NoTttr. (or Oali Bboo In LauisvIMe,Hadlnsburg& Western fl, R. 1891. Trains ex Sun for It whaa you buy. ntnrareoffrnnd. None arnulne without W.L. Douglas nam and price stamped ou bottom. Look W. Im Douglas, Brockton, Masi. Bold by l'orsjloby lluiviuur A; lluiiilrleloii, No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING EPJPKOT JULY 20, West lluund Trains Kast Pound I Dally Dally I Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. I No. N0.8 No.l 2 llSOun l.v Irvinvton Ar 93aim 12 10pm g 35 Gartfeld 1225 Ilarncd 8 15 12 42 Hardinsburir 7 60 11 Kirk 71& 130 MS 21npw 260 302 811 32U Dallr No. t IM WE TELL YOU arl'allsIlouBhlv ltockvale Ituth Asklns Oaks Glemlcane Dempster jolly 64t 6 34 Uloveriort Ky. 564 ) 521 6 4 CO 614sin . ' -- n, T 400pm ArFonlsvillel.v 45ara Solentlflo American Afltnoy forA Old-tim- v!"".-iB- B TW . ssa JaB A asafl d, : w" ' ... ... . . . nnavaiAUTo """ 'W.TJSre;!0 P?1 UlioaDWAT. Kaw VOBIC a U- M Z lianaboo write to pidoat bureau for aocurtna- pateiuln .- " & O- DESIGN PATENTS. TRAnr niursrt. uipirt. Uio pdblio by ABiertaa, Kvcry patent taken out or us la brought txrforo a notleo given free or ebargo lu tho wl I BXisaspyof'ByB Vjg 8ftitwiWU jpKMtott Lanroat circulation of anr sslewtlflo paper In tbe worM. lllustratoO. No ttarrshould bo without Jt, rVeekly.lntllls:el 3.UMa yaavi tUusljc wpnths. AiMreM TOO. Broadway, Mew York OtyT vuaUauuta, r al