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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893020801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII. u 1 . CLOVERPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY A spark How. Fizil Fiat luxl Tho powder flashed. Ho moved forward now without stum-bi- o or tumblo. Ho folt his way into tho Ho touchod tho rough, winoroom. dusty backs of a battery of recumbent bottles. He grasped ono by tho neck. With a skillful blow against tho sholf, ho knocked off tho yellow sealed muzzle. "Firo away!" said ho, presenting tho weapon at his lips. Ourglo.' Ho stopped to tako breath. Ho folt like a boy again. The wino tasted as it did ten years ago, when ho first stolo into tho collar and was punished for it. "She can't havo mo whalod this timo," ho mutterod.' "Hero goes again I What stuff it isl" Gurglo a second timo, and tho collar seems to listen. But whilo that amber stream was flowing between thouwhlto stalactites in Jicrck's upper jaw and the whito stalagmites in his lower, and rippling against that pinki stalactite, his palato, boforo it leaped farthor down tho grotto, suddenly: A scream ubovo, a rush, n shot, & ecufllo. For an instant Jierck was paralyzed. Ho stood listening. Tho bottlo, for which' he had dosertod his post, slipped through his ulanutd fingers and crashed on tho floor. Tho sound ttalf recalled him to himself. IIo,tnrned and sprang for that dim parallelogram of lighter darkness tho window where ho had ontorod. Mfrt. Drbtliertoft was seated nlono before tho lire. It was an iiiBtaut beforo her husband's eyes could distinguish object within. Ho drow close to tho window. Ho perceived her. A thrill of pity nnd pardon killed all his old rancors. Ho folt that, though ho must war against her for his daughter's sake, ho fought reserving nn infinlto tenderness for his foe. And sho within had she heard that otc'althy step of his upon tho stiffened grass and tho dry leaves? Had his faint sigh penetrated to her as sho sat silent and moody? Did sho feel tho magnetism of human presence the spiritual touch of n spirit wounded by her wrong? Or was it merely that in these days of alarm and violence bIio kept her senses trainod and nlort? Ho saw her cruol faco turn suddenly, Btnro into tho night nnd mark an in- 8, 1893. N Iryington Milling Edwin Brothertoft. nv EDWIN WINTHROP. Copyright, iSoi.liy United Stales Hook Company ml aubfltliail hy special arrangement with them. But another did. Edwin Brothortoft, tardily following his party, was clambering through tho window. Ho saw his wifo nt tho door. Sho must le kept from tho danger of nny chanco shot or chanco blow in the scufllo. This was his impulse Ho sprang forward to put her away gently. Sho iustantly lircd at tho approaching figuro. Ho staggered and fell. His head struck tho claw foot of tho table aud ho lay thoro motionless, with faco upturned and temple bleeding. Hor husbaud! Sho know him nt once. His thin, gray hair drawn back from his mild, dreamy faco, with tho old pardoning look sho remembered bo well aud hated bo fiercely thero lay tho man sho had wronged nnd ruined, dead; yes, as It seemed, dead at last by hor own hand. "My husband I" Sho said it with n strango, quiet satisfaction. Every ono paused an instant, while bIio stood looking at her work, with a mnilo. Sho had douo well to wait. Those weapons sho used to neo In the nir had become p.ilpablo at last. Yes, sho hnd waited wisely. This wan self defense, 110 murder. She had tho triumph without the tun no of crime. "So you must como prowling about hero and bo shot," eho said to htm, as If thoy woro alone together. And alio spurned him with hor foot, Aa by this indignity shu touched and broko down tho last limit of womanliness, she felt n great exulting thrill of liberty, a mad sense of ovor. Nothiug was not could offer Itself now that willing to do. Any futuro cruelty was n trifle to this. Her joy in this homicide promoted it to a murder. Sho looked up. Tho group about Kerr woro all regarding her. Sho .laughed triumphantly in n dreadful bedlam tono and flung her pistol nt Mnjor Skerrett, Ho caught tho mibsilo with his hand. "Aro you mod?" said ho. "Do you know that you havo killed your husband? Tako hor into tho next room, mon!" "Como, madam." said Galsworthy gently. "You did not know it- - Wo aro sorry it was not ono of uh. Wo aro manor mon, como to tako this Britisher prisoner, not to harm anybody or anything hero." "Curso you all!" alio cried, and ho mado n clutch nt Barn's honest faco. "I am not sorry not I! No; glad, glad, glad! And I'll have you all served Bono, hung, hung for spiesl" "Tako hor away, men!" repented Skerrett. "We must confine her. but not hero with this dead man. Gently now aagontly as you can; ruiuembor she's a womnnl" "Woman!" Bays Canady, holding hor fingers from his face. "No. by tho Continental congress! sho's n hell catl' "No hopo for him with such a wound na that," said the major, kneeling over Brothertoft and examining his bloody forehead. "Ho seems to be quito (lend Seo to him, Sappho I Stand by Major Kerr, Van Wart, whilo 1 dlsposo of tho woman!" . "Sargn," mumbled Kerr, "I'm sash fled 't's all a mshtako." Tho two mon dragged Mrs. Brothertoft, struggling furiously, across into tho parlor and forced her into nn nnu chnir Injforo tho ilro. Skorrott followed. Plato was In the hall, terrified nt tho mischief he had caused. "Run, Plato," said tho major, "an'd hnvo Miss Lucy's maro out. And you, Voltniro; don't look so frightened, manl Wo must mako the best of it. Bring tho young lady down somo back way! Sho must not seo hor father or her mother. Horrible horrible, all I A dreadful end of all this Borrow and sin!" Ho passed into tho parlor. "Madam," Bald Skerrett grnvoly, "1 regret that I must confino you. You havo shown your iower to do harm ami threatened moro. 1 cannot take yon with mo for safoty. If 1 loft you free you could start pursuit and wo should bo caught and hanged na you desiro. Boys, tio hor in tho chair, so na not to hurt hor, now, but carefully, bo that sho cannot stir hand or foot. 1 hate to seem to maltreat a womnn." Thoy belted her nnd corded hor fast In tho chnir. Sho wrestled frantically anil cursed them with unwomanly words, such as no womanihould know. "Thero you are, ma'am, fasti" Bays Galsworthy, drawing back. "You'ro tied so you won't feel it, nnd so you can't hurt yourself or anybody elso." Skerrett hcapod up tho flro to bum steadily and slowly. Then, with great tondorness of manner, ho laid a shawl over Mrs. Brothortoft's shoulders. "Madam," said ho again, "1 am sincerely sorry that 1 must imprison you. I havo tried to make you as comfortablo as possible Tho night is fine. This firo 1 must tako will burn till morning. your people all away with mo for safety; but thoy shull bo disp.itched back, ns soon as wo nro out of danger, to ro lcaso yon, and" hero his voico grow graver "to bury tho husband whom you have killed aud in whose death you COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custorn Millers, when, left to herseK, she faceu tho thought of this ghastly accident, which sho had adopted as n crime? Ho listened. Not n soundl Thero was no timo to loso, and tho major hurried after his men. (IYNOPS1N. 1'AUT I Kdwm Ilrothettoft, heir to a manor on the Hudson, la left an orphan with the manor lieatlly motl(tKeu to ine iiiuop estate, lie (roesCll Al'In Nfw York citv to seek his fortune. TKK IV Jane llillop.the Illllop heiress. Kalns V The an interview with young llrothertoft. lllllon Mill llrothertoft fortunes arc united by marriage. VI llrothertoft goes on a colonial mission to England. Mrs. Urothertuft suicumbs lllrth ot a to anirlomanla and lonzt for a title daughter, Lucy, and return home. VII The manor nouse uccome ine retort 01 rcacoais. Ilrolhertolt is at lastexlledby wife and daughter He loins the patriots. l'eter Skerrett, aid to GenI'AHT eral Washington, arrives at General I'utnam'a CI I A pati lot camp utFlshklll.on.lhe-lludson- . III Skerrett volunteers to lead a party to redcoat, who la a "cut out" Captain Kerr, a IV Kdwln Riiest at Ilrotliertolt manor. M v n us terRcnnt Lincoln, Is among Skcrrill's men. A servant from the manor, Voltaire, brings news to camp. V Mrs. designs that l.ucy shull marry Captain Kerr. VI Lucy Is anxious to escape, VII Skerrett takes Vuitalro Into the plot to capture Kerr and rescue Lucy. VIII Jlerck Uewltt an old manor hand, is Skerrclt's guide. I'AHT 111 Hcdcoats are at llrotuertoft manor Voltaire prepares for Lucy's rUght to the l'lsh-ki- ll camp. Chapters V and VI Plotting below stairs at the manor. Lucy's wedding outfit. VII Major bkerrett's party reaches the manor. VII Jlerck Uewltt gets Intoxicated. ajor Hroth-crioft, Ilrolh-ertoft Grtin Dealora and Manufacturers V t. -- of the Highest Grades aw 1 m " Wkm s to tho spot whoro ho had loft his truder. For ono breath ho stood motionless. Then, as sho spraux forward to tho window and shouted for help, ho turned and rati around tho rear of the house com-Lido- s. PART THREE-CHAP-TER XIL of Roller Process PLOTJB Roller Process Bran, Shipstuff and Ample capital, tho heBt quality of grain and modorn machinery, skillfully handled onablo us to resulla unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and careful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. pro-duc- . k o For any further information call on or address tho IRVINGKEON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. READ . THE 7 GOOD MEWS GREAT MARK DOWN SALE AT GEO. YE&KEl & GO'S Throughout our cntiro establishment, In vlow of the fuct Unit wo have just closed ono of tho most successful years in our existence, wo hnvo determined to inako a clean sweep of what remains of Woolen Goods of all description. Those who aro not in immediate need will do well to purchase for the future. ? Mch'b Boots for $1.75 worth $2.75 ' " 1.60 1.24 " " 2.00 1.75 Ono lot of Men's and Boys Boola $1.00 worth $1.50 to $2.50, going at Ono lot of tad's Shoes worth $1.25 to $1.75, going for. 70c. $18,CO Men's Overcoats for $12.00, worth " ' fr " ' 15.00 0.08, LI ' " " 0.03, " 10.00 -J ' Goods marked for half prico on our Bargain Oouncers. Geo. Yeakel & Co., SP This discourse, spoken thick, and tho leer that emphasized it, qui to dissipated all Major Skorrutt's scruplos. "Fanghi" thought he. Everything Awkwardly, drunkonly, trombllng I fair play against such a boast. I nover comprohondod before what a hor- with hasto and shame, ho clambered up ror to a dolicate woman must bo mar upon tho sill and began to back out beriage with such a creature). Lifo would tween tho bars. His coat caught against drag on ono long indignity, nnd overy tho bent iron. An ho stopped to disongngo it ho peorod day frosh misory and fresh disgust. Faugh! sitting hero and hearing him suspiciously back into the collar. A little spot of red glow in tho midst talk gives mo qualms mo, n man of tho world, who has certainly had timo to of tho blackness caught his eye. "Ahal" ho thought, "my powder light-o- d outgrow my squoamishncsa. 1 could not something tindory in that hoap of tolerato tho thought bt giving up any woman, oven ono with lteart deflowered, rubbish. It will soon eat what it's got to tho degradation of this fellow's soci- and go out on tho stono floor. And if it ety.' Ho shall not liavo Mr. Brother-toft'- s doesn't go out lot it burnl Blast tho old gentlo daughter. No, not if I houso t it's a ,nest of Tories. Blast itl hnvo to shoot him whoro ho sits. No, the mistross had mo thrashod liken dog. Blast tho housel my wifo was spoiled not if I hnvo to stab tho lady." Peter looked at his watch. Timo was horo and that spoiled mo. Blast It! lot not up. Ho was compellod to bottlo his it' burn and show us tho way out of tho country!" indlgnatiou and listen civilly. Jiorck toro his coat from tho bar, backed out, picked up his gun aud PART THREE CHAPTER X. What aro tho plotters without, tho skulked tipsily off to joiu his party. manor houso doing? PART THREE CHAPTER XL All except Jierck Dowitt aro standing commandat easo and waiting for thoir er's signal. Old Sam Galsworthy has his hand on the wuzzlo of tho runt pony, and at tho faintest symptom of a whinny in reply to Volante's whinnies in tho table, Sam plugs the pony's nostrils with his thumbs and holds his jaws together with iron hand. Iko Van Wart leans on his gun and looks dull. Canady stands to his gun and looks sharp. Sergeant keops himself in a mazo for to think would bo to doubt of success, aud to donbt is to fail. This of courso is tho momontr when Jiorck Dowitt should bo "stiff as tho lord chancellor," limber as tho lord chief acrobat, steady us a stoeplo and silent ' oa a sexton. But Jierck is at present a tipsy man, He taw her cruel face turn tuddenlu. in happy go lucky mood. He begins to Jierck Dowitt's companions wnitcd, grow impatient waiting in the cold and at first silently, thon anxiously, for his shamming sober. A thought strikes return. f him. Ho can do something moro amusMomonts passed nnd he was still gono. ing than stand and handle a chilly trig"I hopo ho hain't playod us a trick," ger. whispered Vnu Wart. "I'm going to tako a turn about tho "Not hoi" says honest Sam Galshouso to seo all's Bafo, orderly,'' whis- worthy. t. "1 pered ho to "I'll toll yon what it is, boys," whisloavo you in chargo of the party. Keep pers tho root doctor's son. Jierck has a sharp lookout. I will be back in half got liquor aboard. Tnin't mutiny to say a jiff." .- so, now ho's gono. I heard him walk Jierck stolo off into tho darkness. tipsy" whon wo camo from tho barn. Recollections of formor exploits here- Whon wo got thore, I saw ho stood too about had rovived in lila muddlod brain. ramrod for n sober man. You know "Hair oil's all gono," ho thought. how it is. Sinco his wifo went bad ho's "Now if 1 conld only (jot into tho cellar lived on rum for stiddy victuals. Ho of tho old' houso I should hnvo my sworo off to Major Skorrott. But ho choico of liquors, just as I did ton years didn't swear strong enough, or elso ago, when Lady Brothertoft had mo somothin strango has drawod his cork." caught and licked for breaking in. By t, "If that is so," said congress, it's worth a tryl Tho collar "I must follow and seo that he window tars used to bo looso enough. does not risk himsolf or us. Watch, It won't do any hnrm to giro 'em a pull mon, for your lives!" all around. If ono gives I can tumble "Thoy: may call that mnn Orderly In, get a drink to keep my spirits up, Lincoln, ' says Hondrecus Canady as and bo back long boforo tho major tho other disappeared about tho houso, calls." "but I lwliovo ho's Tommy Jefferson or His fancy was hardly so coheront na some othor congressman in disguiso. Ho this, but ho obeyed it. Ho crept alxuit talks poworfnl dictionary. And how did tho houso aud fumbled at tho bars of the hocomo to know this country like n nearest window. Tho windows openod linwk nnd like a hoppertoad both?" on a levol with tho ground. It soomod sad and sorry business to "No go," paid ho, "try another!" Ho Edwin Brothertoft to go prowling liko a did, and anothor. burglar about tho homo of hiu forefaAt tho third window tho solder was thers. looso nnd n bar shaky. Jiorck dug at Ho followed Jiorck around tho rear tho soldor with his knifo nnd worked of tho house. All tho familiar objects tho bar about. It still resisted, and ho woro nn unkindly, alionntcd look. Tho admonished it in a drunken whisper: walls woro grim, tho windows wero "I'm ashamed of you, youduinbitof dark, tho whole building said to him, rusty iron, keopin a patriot away from "Yon aro an cxllo and an intruder." Qivo in now, liko a Tory proporty. Bat ho had no timo for sentimental good feller, boforo I git mad and do regrets. Ho turned tho northern ido BOinothlng rash." of tho houso. A bright light burned in At this tho bar joinod tho patriota and Lucy's chamber In the tower. Ho could gavo in. It camo away in Jierck'a hand. boo n shadowy figuro moving behind tho Ho laid tho cold iron on tho frosty grass. curtain. Ho could now tako out tho ntono into "Mychildt in a fowmomontswo shall which tho bar had Iwon sot. Ho did so. meet," ho thought. That released tho foot of tho next bar. Nothing to be seen of Jiorck Dowittl Ho bent this nsido. Thoro was room for Tho eight of his daughter's form rohim to squcozo through. Peering into tho vived hU anxiety. Ho carefully backed into tho Collar. dark;ho passed about tho corner of' the Ho unplugged his powder horn with turret. his teeth and poured a chargo on tho I Ho stopped opposlto tho parlor wln-- I stone floor. dows on the front. A shutter stood "Old Brindlo didn't know how many open. A faint light, as a from a flickredcoats that horn of his was to bo tho ering wood fire within, gloomed out into moans of boring through," thought the hazy night. Tho window sill was Jierck. "Powdor'H au latooehn." high to a man. we used to tit," he murmured, Ibreast and I. There by the fire, in ' the evenings of autumns long passed, I have watched her love dying and all my hopeful vigor dying dying Into ashes." The mighty despotism of nn old love -. Hon-drec- nil 1 i. p w "St ' Lincoln-Brother-to- ft Lincoln-Brothortof- Major Sltcrrctt walked tjulctlu to tfie trlrv-doand whittled in hit tiicn. Half past oight, and tho two majors in tho dining room. still sat "I am tired of this," thought Skerrett. "I havo had enough of swallowing bumpers to this fellow's 'buppora.' I havo heard enough of his foulness, his boasts nnd his drivel. 1 could uovcri havo been pntiont so long except for tho lady's eako. Every word and look of his is nn imperative command to mo to mako sure of her safety. Yes, yes. Yon uoedn't nod and wink that slio la ready and anxious. Ten minutes moro to bo positivo that my men nro como and then, major, pleaso tho God-dos- s of Liberty, I'll forbid your banns, nnd wnlk off with your person. I'm eorry for you, bruto as you aro. Anil you will not liko your wiuoloas quarters with old Put." Monstrous long minutes, thoso final ten! At tho rato of a thousand n minute, shados of doubt drifted ncross Peter's mind. Who has not known snsponso and its mlwrios? something hanging over him by n hair, or ho hanging by a hair over nothing. Patience, PetcrSkorrettl Tho pendulum ticks. It checks off tho minutes, surely. Aud whilo thoso minutes pass, tipsy Jiorck Dowitt is nt work in tho collar trying to drown tho misery that this guilty houso has caused him. Tho ten woro almost ended, whon Brothortoft started to search for tho stray lender, that othor victim of a woman's disloyalty. It was in the very Inst of tho ton that Mrs. Brothertoft turned suddenly nnd saw an unknown faco staring in nt her, us sho sat in tho dusky parlor. Timo was up. Major Skerrett walked quietly to tho window, throw up tho sash, oponed tho shutters nnd whistled in his mon. Three only camo loaping in nt tho summons. vis-a-v- is Vol-talr- PART THREE CHAPTER XIV. All this whilo Lucy had been waltinjt anxiously in her chamber in tho turret. As twilight faded, sho took her faro-weof river, slopes, groves and mountains. With dying day, all that Bceno sank deeper into hor memory. At last Voltalro camo and whispered: "Thoy nro como. Bo ready when 1 , call I ' Sho was roady. As sho stood waiting for tho signal of (light, suddenly her mother's cry of alarm broko tho silence. At that ill omened voico, Lucy trembled nnd for ono moment despaired. Thon enmo tho shnrp crack of tho pistol shot. Tho shock startled hor Into courage. This note of battle joined uwnked nil tho combatant in hor. "1 cannot hide hero," hIio thought, "whilo thoy nro In danger for my sake I cannot light, but I may holp if any ono 1r hurt." Ono moro glanco about her chamber, and then sho closed tho door and shut hersolf out into tho wido world. At tho top of tho staircaso, tho soimd of a struggle below mot her. Sho paused, and shuddered. Not for fear. Timidity seemed to bo oxpunged from tho list of her M)ssiblo emotions. Sho shuddered for horror. Sho recognized her mother's voice She heard those bedlam cries and curses. Thcso wero tho tones of a woman who had ejected tho woman, nnd was n wild beast. Feminine reserve had dropped at last, ami tho creaturo nppcarcd wliat her bad life had slowly mado her. ll d Wi it u.jmm iirtiiiujj-irtsrrag- e S 1 PEESEST w. APPEARANCE OF IWJ Now house, Third nnd Market, Louisville. It was to havo been A and ready for occupation this spring which can't now bo donl course. THE DELAY IS SERIOUS serious Hint there's but ono way out of tho difficulty now be experienced in Temporary Qunrlers, 321 West Market. Wc ordered $100,000 worth of Spring Stock. If wo wero to put it beforo cleaning out entirely tho stock on hand thero wouldn't room to turn round. So we've cut prices to o MAKE THINGS GO, and cut deeper this time than ever before. This means on EVEH THING Clothing, Hals nut Furnishing Goods. is wj Tito over our prices. Tho whole country is after our good things. como t If you can't come, semi a mail order, with cash. Good's como by return express, and after examination if you want J money back, all you've got to do is to send back tho clothes - ton "5 LEVY'S flEMEMBER 321 WEST MARKET, LOUISVILLE, KY. MHH1 "What She Knelt by him. final horror has dono this?" (To bo Continued.) GOOD STOCK. thougltt Lucy. H Paying W43 IF YOU ARE IH Tho L. St. L. & T. is Tho Best Road in The South. lloiitU.Soll nt I'ur. Tho LouIhvIIIu, St. Louis and Texas road is rapidly becoming ono of tho best in the South, if transactions in its securi"Our bonds ties count for anything. havo boon quoted at 02 and 01," aaid Genera! Manager McCracken yesterday. "Last week thoy could not bo purchased nt par. Stock had advanced about 10 per cent, in tho last sixty days. This all comes of a good phowiug of camlngH ovor tho fixed charges. Thero aro very few roada whoso bomlB Bell at par when tho road Is but flvo yearn old." Stock of. tho Texas road is hard to find. Thero is very little on tho market from tho fact that aTl but a few shares nro owned by tho McCrackens thomBolves. The increaso in earnings is duo to tho good condition of tho road, tho heavy tralllc and tho springing up of now industries nlong tho lino of tho road. Courier Journal. . r, fil p, i ,r,nnv, vvn vjmim n n '- ;s p w a " YOU With ono of our m - PART THREE CHAPTER XIII. Heating $tove$ Prices liko tho weather bolow Lincoln-Brother-tof- WILL IIUII.1) AN ADDITION. XP' tcn. BRANDENBURG, KY. , mastered him for a moment Thero was little bitterness in bla heart. These ecenee, onco so dear, became dear to him again. Ho pardoned them for their unconscious share in the tragedy of his life. room," he thpught. "My memory of it will bo a,troublesome ghost in my brain, untlj I have laid tho ghost with a eight pf the reality." Ho stole forward softly over the crisp, frosty grafts, and looked cautiously in atiho window. ME2B.5 OINTMENT laUnial mux? ;Wwt i air... ui aaaV aMtUMM. T bt V tU ilalU tnBtUUt w vf .WAYWE'8 JM taaaaafc UP I Ut. tmaL tlf! IsnptWtll Iba. faa. , k lm 4Jr-- u "I roust have, ono glance Into that "W : AfJ 'UMitlatt4tr.vkluta4k.iJ HMH 4tHrtl'l. wat kuk aasa. la..lavlaff ft U rll jita jaw afautM ra. Pa. mf v He unplugged hi pointier horn with hit teeth. In tho dark his flint and stool .tinkled together. lie ttaogcrcd and fel). Enter through tho dining room window Iko Van Wart, old Sam Galsworthy nnd Hondrecus Canady. At the satno moment Mrs. Brother-toft'- s cry for help rang through tho Jiorck Dowitt in tho cellar houso. hoard it. Lucy in hor turrot heard it. Plato in the hall could not but hear it closonthia ears. Plato was still on guard, playing Ho pantomlmo with tho weapons. stood, with pistol outstrotched, pointing at an imaginary foo. It was n duello Ho had received the ho was fancying. Now his othor party's flro unscathed. turn was como. Ho proudly covered his invlslblo antagonist with his pistol triumph." Sho mado no answer. All tho flickerat full cock. "Apologlzo, Bir," whispered Plato, ing of tho firo could not shako tho rold look of dciianco now settled on her hand"or" Tjlio color had faded from Horo camo his mistress' loud scream some faco. her choekB. Her countenance rimmed for holp. Plato was petrified. Mrs. Brothortoft rushed into tho hall. with hor black hair, disordered in the marble mask of it Thore was tho negro, standing liko h struggle was liko tho statue holding forth n weapon to hor Gorgon. Tho major paused n moment, listenhand. Sho seized it. Her suddon fright ing sho would speak. "Itsoems brutal reacted info a sharp fury. Sho was to if loavo her bo," ho thought. "But what fearless enough, this cruol virago. The 1 do? Sho will grow calm by touch of a deadly weapon inado her else can Sho hoard tho and by and Bleep. Thero are worse long to bo dealing death. places to pass tho night in than n comecufllo in tho dining room. fortablo armchair before a good flro." "Cornel" whispered hor old comrades, "Good night, madam," ho said, with closing in, and becoming tho furies, no' troco of a taunt in his tone. again body of hor body, spirit of her Tho cold look gavo placo to an expresspirit. "Como, tako your chancel Hero sion of utter malignancy und rago nt robolsl Shoot ono of are marauders to do f urthor harm. thoml Practice here! Then you will her impoteuco "Move on, mon," said tho major, and got over any scruplos against blood, nnd can kill tho peoplo you hato, if they over followed them. At tho door ho turnod to survoy tho como in your way. Nowf madam!" Bceno onco moro. Its tragody terribly Such a command ran swiftly through her brain. She oponed tho dining room fascinntod him. lady with tho flro shinThoro sat tho door. Hor scream told tho assaulting party ing on hor determined profile She. was quiet now, and from tho picture tho thoy woro discovered. Tlioy wero pinioning Major Kerr in doublo quick timo. heads of tho soldier and his whito horse as quietly regarded her. He sat in tipsy bewilderment, mumbling Skerrett closed the door softly. vain protests and vainer threats. He listened an instant without Would Not one of the group about tho captlvo observod tho mistress of tho house us she relent? Would he hoar n cob ami then a grjt qutburst.qf penitent agony, , ihu softly openeUhQ door. Tho L. St. L. & T. railroad will shortly begin tho erection of nn extensive addition to Its freight depot nt this point. Tho material has already been ordered aud tho work will bo commenced In a very short timo and completed within thteo weeks. Tho addition will ho made at tho west end and tho dimensions will bo 30 x 00 feet, extending to Fredcrica street. A handsome olllce, 20 feet by !!0, will bo fitted up, facing Frederica street. Tho addition 1h necessitated hy tho largely increased freight business dono by the road nt this point. Tho present depot facilities nro entirely inadequate. Tho warehouse and platform aro full to overflowing nnd thero la no room to handle tho freight received nnd discharged hero. This is a splendid showing for Oweiiflboro'H merchants and shippers and tho road is to bo congratulated that its husincHH is such na to demand tho increaso. Tho work will bo begun as soon as the material can bo gotten on tho ground. Owensboro Messonge. a ZERO. (HI i! i ' j 9 PAYNE $33h&E$ G2?&r&3;a & 00; OLOVERPORT, KY. .B4SC33 MO JaW" THE BEST COUGH-CURE a The a. Garrett Fence Machine. and anodyne expectorant, AYER'S Cherry Pectoral Prompt to Act sure to cure. Notice. To tiik t- soothes the inflamed membrane and induces sleep. weaving nickel ami wire fence to the posts ready nt In the ficlil. Not excelled hy any for speed ami perfect work. I'orty to sixty tods uw, .I.udn I.M tU.1t.ill 'l'tl IV I 1. ff U ih.rH for o double strand picket fence can be bnuL-h- t to is cents per nd. Guaranteed to cite perfect Reference! Cltlicns' National rutlsfariloii, A uood active agent Hank, Mansfield, Onlo. wanted In ccry county und tuwmhlp In the and easy work )! United States, (ood Will sell one machine ut wholesale where I hate fencing material no ui;ent. Alsu wire and other at wholesale. Illustrated circular and terms free. Address S. H. GARRETT, Patentee and Manufacturer, IMmtMllcUI. Ohio. M. HAUPEll, DANIEL. J. 0. DOUUNE, J. flrst-dassaloon at the old Martin stand, cast end of iron bridge, and will keep constantly on hand the finest old whiskeys, brandies, wines, cordials, cigars and tobneco, etc. Call nnd seo mo, Respectfully, B, Bravin. Clovcrport, Ky. I havo just fitted up and oponed a Punuc: BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & G Commission Salesmen of Livi CATTLE. HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUl 2 IrMenridge )NESDAY, I'lillMIHiirfSrw-'- i, THm BHROKB.NR1DGB NBWS, GLOVRRPORT, KY. rt. i rig . .. u,!.!-.- ..! . f i il 1T . . A NEWSi 8, 1803. HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. we lost . p.m. .t,., - , STEPHENSPORT. Parlies seem to be all tho go of lato. Thiinnan Smith, of Victoria, was In town Sunday. Mrs. B. Tucker's, little daughter, Corine, is quite ill. Mr. Al. Miller, of New Bethel, attended church here Saturday. , Miss Lizzio Stiles accompanied Miss Irene Board to her homo to sjieiid a few weeks. Why the Jersey Cow Must Become Popular. rmZK kkhav, nv tiios. L, H. & W. TIME ooma Fatienger Dally arr. ltardlDibarg.Ui42 OOIHO ut, TABU. ID, A VlllOH. O. n AIinAOK, Editors and Proprietors. K l'aennr Dally arr. iabt. Hanllmbor, Tho Railroad Gets Tho Judgment Against Brockenridgo County, And The Hardinsburg and Rough Creek District! Will Have to Pay The Tax. clakkh. itO a.m (. Ij. & T. L.ocnl Tlmo Onrd. ' Kxpreti going " light " " " " " But Eatt 10.0) a.m. East Will Wit wen iu.44 a.m. S.&7 p.m. - .4 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- iu.ua a.m. had better plant hogs this pad ol tobacco. PL. am T. bonds ko bo had on the aro at par and market. mokkr of tho war of 1812 lias at tho ago of ono hundred and ars. of Louisville, csll- loss by tho break up in fno Ir l dealers h. L. and T. railroad St. ISSMAN 6155,000. Is thort- - in an oxtensivo addition to its lepot at Owensboro. I. u. uooanigut, vno seriously HI for bouio time, has lorida to regain his health. pars ago an astrologer predicted tho would dio beforo tho 23th of 1803. i Ho died on tho 27th. lutmi nittrnV 'vv.a Wt. W'Whcn Tom. Kendall and Mnj. fjofor gas they generally find it. rjt" irno lina ft"" '" w. fit. - jnspaper had tho power of pro- - to a name, it wouiu novo 'In keeping its subscriptions no re- - Wohn Carroll, Chairman of tho Rtlc State Central Committee, has a meeting of tho committo for .Messenger Int about iro. Tho is to use eete. is making a mighty tho filthy streets of best way out of tho our vitrified brick for (cctric locomotlvo is being built that will run ono hundred and lies an hour. When they get to ;that fast over here, we'll throw pass. Eco .Qulsiano State lottery Company to leave New Orleans. After (r its future operations will be fed in the South American Ke- iii jinnuuras. Wtt i who now owns a sow and ten a pretty sure cinch on a couple (drodof cold dollars by the time jfcady for the market. Ten rkisnot faroir. How did it go? Do wo havo to pay tho tax ? Court will hold about ten days. There havo been 02 suits filed for court Circuit Court convenes next Monday. Anion Kinchcloo went to Cloverport Monday. Bring us your produce. Hardin & Brown. Tliero nro ton divorco suits on tho docket. Dr. J. T. Baker, Qlendeano, was hero Monday. If you bco It in this column, you may know it is so. Wm. Downs and wlfo went to Louls-vill- o Monday. Mrs. J. D, Beolcr was visiting at Kirk last Saturday. Mr. John Mutch, of Fordsville; was in town Saturday. Mr. Leo Stith, of Bowloyvillo, was hero last Wednesday, Mr. Roscoo Severs returned fromFrank-for- t lost Saturday. Mips Daisy Mercer returned from Louisville last Saturday. The civil docket is set up to the seventh day of the term. Mr. Jesso Whltworth and George Miller nre both very sick. Mrs. Nora Vessels, of Owensboro, Is visiting friends here. Mr. T. C. Lewis is building an addition to his dwelling house. Tho crimnal docket is set for the second and third days of tho torm. A rare opjortunlty to havo your pictures enlarged, At Beard Jc Beeler's. Tho next 30 days is your opportunity for a watch freo, at Board A Bcelor's. Wm. Vessels sold his Baloon in tills place last week to Mr. Samuel Beavln. Mrs. Mattlo Roberts, of Ekron, is visiting Mrs. Nelson Jolly, nt Jolly's station. The Court of Claims will meet again In April and they will bco about paying the tax. Go to Beard & Beeler's for your plant-be- d canvas and fertilizer, a good stock on hand. If you want a piano or organ on reasonable terms. Call on T. C. IaiwIh, the jeweler. Morris Eskridgo and V. G. Babbagc went to Stephensport Monday on legal business. If you don't seo what you want when Hardi on coino to our store, ask for it. in & Brown. All repairing of watches, clocks and s and prompt. Cull. j"Welry Is first-clas- Thu Jersoy cow, which until recently was considered "more ornamental than useful," Is fast becoming a general favorite, not only ns n family cow, but as a adjunct to the dairy. Tho objections as to her being very dolicate and requiring extraordinary enro do not apply to the animals raised in this country, where they have to contend witli tho extremes of heat nnd cold of our northern climate, and llvo on tho samo kind of food as tho other cows in tho herd or dairy. Doubtless somo cows are mora hardy than others, and this applies to cows of nny and every breed as much as to tho Jersey. Even in tho Jorsoys imported direct from their nallvo homo, a little island from whence thoy derive their noma (being ono of tho Channel Islands, n small group on the coast of Franco) thcro are the small hardy cow of the mountainous district, and tho larger and softer breed of the warm and sheltered valley, differing widely in color and structure, but nlwnys possessing the boiuo docility nnd gentleness of disposition which is a natural trait of the littlo Jersey and makes her tho pet of the dairy. Ono of tho principal characteristics of tho Jersey Is her persistent and continuous milking qualities, oven when very young. To illustrate from personal experience: Tho writer bought n Jersey heifer Unit had been in milk about llvo months, and was supposed to bo pregnant, but in tho spring, when she should havo been near her time of calving, it becamo apparent that sho was not with calf. She continued to givo from five to six qnarts of milk per day throughout the summer nnd winter, falling off to three .quarts when only about six weeks from calving, and never going dry, oveSforii a singlo day; and not only so, but her milk continued to mako tho finest quality of butter to tho last day sho was milked, only ton days before calving. Thus for fully twenty-thre- e months u heifer that had had but ono calf continued to milk, and no difliculty was experienced in churning the butter throughout the entiro winter. Since calving last spring, this samo cow has continued to give from eight to ten quarts of milk per day, and to mako from six to eight pounds of butter a week. When the writer brought homo this heifer (having bought her at an auction at a mere nominal prlco) thcro was n strong opposition manifested towards the littlo Jersey, and, as compared with tho largo native cows, sho did look very insignificant; but In less than n week tho littlo Jersey, liko Sam Slick's clock, had becomo a household necessity, had mado friends with everybody, nnd now "nono but Jerseys need npply." A few reasons why the Jersey must becomo popular, and is destined to becomo tho dairy cow of tho future. 1. Iking smaller, they consumo n third less food nt least, and a saving in food is a Baving of dollars. 2. Tho cream of tho Jersey is not only tho richest, but produces the finest lored butter, not only in summer when in pasture, but in tho bam in winter on dry feed; and so marked is this trait that a Jersey cow's milk, if mixed with tho milk of two or throb cows, imparts n delicato change of color and flavor, and thus enhances tho value of the entiro product of tho dairy. 3. Jersoy butter is very easily churned, oven in midwinter, and always commands a ready sale and tho highest price at all bcasons of the year. old-tim- e natural-co- Come Down y . valuablo IIIM.TEXT OF TIIK ni'.CINION. Tho following is tho judgment rendered by Judgo Barr In tho United States Court nt Louisville last Saturday in tho Brcckcnrldgo county railroad caso : "Tho Court being now sufficiently advised upon tho demurrer of tho defendant, Brcckonridgo county, to tho plain-tiff- 's petition, returned and filed a written opinion thereon, and in accordance with said opinion: It Is now ordered that said demurrer bo and tho same Ib overruled, to which tho defendant, Brcckcnrldgo county, oxceptcd. And the said defendunt standing by its said demurrer and refusing to plead further, tho plaintiffs moved for judgment upon tho petition, and tho Court boing BUlllciently advised therein : It is ordered and adjudged that tho plaintiffs, W. V. McCracken, Gcorgo A. Evans and Neil McDonald, partners under tho firm namo of W. V. McCracken A Co., recover of tho defendant, Brcckeurldgo county, tho sum of Five Thousand, Seven Hundred and Twnty-sove- n Dollars, boing tho principal of tho coupons sued on with Interest from their maturity to this date, together with interest upon said Bum until paid at tho rate of six per centum per annum, and their herein expended, and may havo execution. But execution upon said judgment, and taxes to bo assessed for tho payment thereof shall only bo levied upon property of the lux district described in tho petition, and hereinafter described, subject to levy under execution, or subject to assessment for taxation. Tho said tax district is described ns follows: Tho Hiirdinsburg Magisterial District and tho Rough Creek Magisterial District, except tho portion included in tho following boundary, beginning at the mouth of North Fork of Rough Creek, thence up tho same to tho mouth of CalamcBO Creek, thence up said Crock to tho lino between Htidsonvillo and Rough Creek Magisterial Districts thenco with said lino to the South fork of Rough Crock to the beginning. To which the defendant, Brcckonridgo county, objected and oxceptcd. Thomas Adkiuon, Judge of County. Brecken-ridg- o Thomas Adkisson, Judgo of tho Brock-ridg- o County Court, was born in Fobrua-- , 1832. Ho is now 01 yeurs of ago. Ho was elected to his present position in 18S0 and in 1800. Tho Judgo was elected as a Democrat and lias always afllliatcd with that party. Bcloro ho was elected Judgo ho served soveral terms as magistrato from tho Clifton Mills precinct, whero ho residod many years prior to his romoval to Hardinshurg. Wliilo a member of tho Court of Claims, tho Judgo took an active interest in all matters that wero for the interest of tho county and people. His experience as magistrate gave him an opjMrtu-nit- y to becotno pretty familiar with tho business of tho county, and extend his acquaintance with tho people When tho Democrats therefore wanted a candidate to run for County Judgo, six years ago, Mr. Adkisson was readily fixed upon as tho man for tho place. Hobccamoacan didatoand was elected without any dltli culty. So in 1800, ho was with out any formidable opposition. Judge Adkisson has mado a good olllccr and his dire claims as to the management of the fiscal affairs of tho county have met with general favor. Asjudgoof the court over which he presides, ho lias always shown a willingness to bo fair and strictly impartial in his rulings. Ho doesn't profess to bo deeply learned in tho law, but his varied cxpcrlonco in businessand his connection witli public matters in past years, has given him a practical idea of that which is riglit between man and man. Ho served as doputy sheriff of the county from 18M to 1850, and in 1858 was elected High Sheriff. For many years ho was a member of tho firm of Adkisson, Dent &. Co., at Clifton Mills. They dealt exclusively in tobacco, and did a largo business as general merchants. Judgo Adkisson has an extensive acquaintance in tho county, and is liked socially and as an olllccr. Mr. Chat, Carman, from l'cter burg. III., know Salvation Oil tu be a very g"id remedy for neuralgia, rheumalltm, linrnn, Kii'lh-ach- e and cut. We are never without It," Friday, Feb. 3d, tpiito a pleasant evening was spent at Mrs. Henry Davis' by tho young people. Mrs. Geo. Barkloy, entertained tho young people Monday ovonlng, Jan. 30th Crowd good fun out of On Tuesday, Jan. 31 st. the young folks gavo Mrs. Leo Dowoll, (of Dowcll Hotel,) a Btorm party which was enjoyed by nil. Tho correspondent nlwnys starts her Items on Monday and docs not understand why they failed to reach the News in tlmo last week. Mrs. Ludwell Adkisson, of Webster, is at her father's, Mr. G. Hawkins, for n fow weeks. Tho correspondent sympathizes with sho and her husband in tho loss. of their home. Public school closed Friday evening. Prof. F. J. Jarboe, the principle, and Miss Irene Board, assistant, left for their homes Monday. Wo regiet very much to loso them from our midst' as they have proved quite nn ifddlttion to 'the social circlo and as teachers quite successful, and wo trust era long to havo ' them with us ogain. Saturday tho following deacons wero ordained In tho Baptist church, Bros. A. Crawford, Clint Cox, Andrew Jr., and Allen Rollins. W. O. Carver, of Baptist Seminary, conducted tho ordaining services, and also held Rev. Dugan, service Sunday morning. of Now Bethel, offered ordaining prayer. Services Sunday evening by B. A. Coposs pastor of Seminary. Ono of tho most interesting entertainments of tho season, was a lunch party given by tho Misses Knto and Georgia Hawkins for tho benefit of tho Baptist church, on Friday evening, Jan'y 27th, 180.1, nt their homo. The girls aro to bo compllmonted as to the quality and arrangement of their luncheons. The boys for their promptness and liberality, in Mr. ond Mrs. Win. Petit for so nicely presiding over affairs, and tho former for acting as auctioneer. Tho affair proved to bo very successful, their being raised Clay-comb, Is what the price, jro ark said to .the pants. Did they come' down ? Well, rather. The price mark tells how they tumbled. They came half way down toothing. ' Come off 'v. Said the pants to the price mark and off it came-- ; because the man who bought the pants didn't want 'i the blabbing price mark on the goods, to tell fiow cheap they were Gome In Is our invitation to everybody. Come in while our pants are down and we will show you something astonishing in the way of bargains. r 510.70. VEST CLOVERPORT, KY. Sticking to t . t i DR. ED HAWKINS Is IxjwIb. Will. Countryman, been break- on the branch, has gone over to the ig xui to work. Mr. II. J. Mnttingly came up from Sam- times O Bliuno has gone South ' loxt week mid took rhargo of the mid U!et. Mnco the death .it'iiblcton Houhc. iHtluguiHhed hiiHband she hits sidernbly annoyed by parties i Eva Hi'Hton is going to Misissip- . in a couple of weeks to enter school ip his biography. it!i I'rof. Dickey. I'aiiKiiiL' the diHtimMiishcd men It v. Hugh O. Hulliviui was licensed to Lintry last mouth were nunicr- 'I Miii.e the rit-'of matrimony by the ftutler, Senator Ketina, Ituth- iinty Court htht week. Uaycs, Justice ljimar, liishop Mr. IMllo May returned to Moiitaumi kdJamcsO Hlamc. li it Monday, lie was accompanied by s h.eter Miss Hattie. iskoy dealers held a big con- Dr J. L. Bitsham who formerly prac- last week to nro- eil medicine at Custer for a number of me govern-KoH an increase oi .i :ir. has moved to Garlleld. whiskey and the illeg.il Hcv. L. E. Campbell announced last 'of the Whiskey Trust. 'tii(tay night that lie would begin a protracted meeting here early in March. electric railroad Mr. Sam Board who has been working UiiLb to Cliicngo is at lust under u- - night operator at Irvington, will Kxm It Is to be completed witli'm a lake a position in tho Owensboro ollice. The only way to beat tho railroad comje. llio time muiiu on lint fcbycompleto will not be lew than pany hero 'IS, for every fellow to go to juil and take the insolvent debtor's oath. H per hour. An) thing you want at Beard & Beeler's, ucans In this county pretty Iry goods, clothing, boots, shoes Ac., favored Lindsay for the Senate. d.ciip for cash or exchange for produce. lii't speak through any organiza- Mrs. Minnie Allen Custer was here last Individually, he was preferred. Nitiuday and instituted proceedings for '. C. writo: "I Toll City, Charged With Attempted Assuali Upon a Littlo Negro Girl. In Arrosted it CONSTANTINE. Mr. 1'. T. Spradlin arid fatuilv Kniis.ii the III Inst. Great Indignation is Aroused, And Ho is Removed to The Cannelton elart to Jail For Safe Keeping. Uliikk) lino llitbaluiicviMl I'. n ' ins here are without much on at present, however. or- - Kentucky legislature has cor- (proved its time since tho first ry. Tlie absentees in tho house lumcrousand the reports of codings show that they have fling; down to business. i knir.vr Harrison has npioiuted lowell li. Jackson, of Tennessee, Ld tho lato Justice Jjimar on the Cqurt bench. Jackson is a nnd tho 1'resident cronted rise by apiointiug him. It of courco that ho would upubllcan. Is a fiiow. J to nas uccn u creai- too, Homowhat. Ho caino war penniless and limned- pcd from tho ofllwof County fa that of Judge of the highest Kentucky. Now, after a few in tho practico of law at o"o wanes into me united without opposition, lies big-heari Rutcr Lindsay M00 Eeward 8100. lerfl of this paper will bo pleas- that there is at least ono ijenso tliat science lias been in its stages, and that is Cu- pll'fl Catarrh Cure is tho only euro known to tnu mouicoi ira- J!t Catarrh being n constitutional requires n constitutional treat- ' Hall's Cutarrli Cure Is token In- 9, acting directly upon tho blood pub surfaces of tho system, there- ring tho foundation of tho dis- Ivlng tho pationt strength by tho constitution and assist- fin doing its work. Tho pro- faith In ita cum-(hi so much they offer Ono Hundred uy eaoo tuat u lans w euro. testimonials. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo. Ohio. r .Druggists, 75c. at divorce against her husband, James Allen. You will miss a great opportunity if you fail to call on T. C. Iewisaud get his prices on solid silver and dated ware and Jewelry. 1'rof.Shacklctt opened school last week with about twenty boarding scholars. The whole number of scholars in attendance is ninety-two- . There uro about a half dozen fellows here looking out for places as Gauftors and under the new Democratic Collector in the Second District. Mr. Williams, the operator from Irv ington was hero lust Saturday, to audit Mr. Whltworth's account for the last month, he still being confined to his lied sick. Mr. Graves, of Fordsville, was here lost Saturday to purchase one of tho old cells in the old Jail. Ho wants to rcmovo it to Fordsville to bo used as u calabosso for tho town. Licensed to marry J as. M. Simmons to Miss I vu It. Johnson, John II. Clark to Miss Mlttiu Spencer, Ijiwhoii Dyers to Miss Annie Jackson, Clarence I. Ilurdn-wa- y to Miss Eliza Lawson. The Farmers' Alliance held a meeting at tho cotirt-hous- o last Saturday. Mr. Jolly and Geo. T. Mercer were elected delcgutes to tho District Union, which meets at Iltchfleld next Thnrsday. W. W. Vessels went to Louisvllln last Saturday to purchase an outfit for a new saloon. Ho will return this week and ojeiiout in the building now occupied by Mr. Henry UiwIh as it shoe shop, Store-keepe- alleged, attempted to violate tho person of the girl. A warrant was issued for his nrrest as soon as tho facts as above narrated wero ascertained. On Sunday morning city inarahal Schwartz, armed with tho warrant, located Hawkins in his ollico and asked for admission. Hawkins replied by telling marshal Schwartz that If ho (Schwartz) attempted to como in ho would kill him. Tho door was bursted open and the officer rushed in and collared his man at the mtizzlo of a revolver. Hawkins had rose up in his bed and held a revolver in his hand, but failed to uso it. Ho was arraigned before justice Hubbs and bund over to circuit court, Ids bond being fixed at $500, in default of which ho was taken to tho county jail at Cannelton. Great indignation existed among tho colored people and white citizens of tho town during tho preliminary trial, and Mrs. II. 0. Hhen, no doubt Hawkins would have been of Milford, Nob., sayssho suffered greatly summarily disposed of had he fallen into from a complication of diseases of fotnalo their hands. weakness and liver and kidney troubles. It is probable that Hawkins' mind is Her health was fully restored by using unbalanced to some extent. Whisky Is Dr. Hale's Household Tea, tho most pleas- responsible for his dilemma as ho has ant and most effective medicino known. bcon drinking heavily for a number of 25c. and COc. per package at Short A weeks. Tho doctor's connubial life has HaymV drugstore. not been very felicitous, as the court records attest." A Wonderful Revival. Ci.irro.v Miu-s- , Ky., Jan. 27, 03. Itovs. I). L. Bowlds, of l'ellville, and O. 1). Hoyal, of Sample, assisted by Itev. G. W. S. Clair of this place, closed a very successful meeting at our church on tho night of tho 20th, which had been in progress thirteen (lays. Taking into conAny one In pooenlon ol Jjcti. can go to the the neareit dealer In mcillclnct and procure a bottle ol Salvation Oil and be cured at once of rheumatism, neuralgia or iy pain or ache. Jennie, Mercer ami Mr. W. Bichunl-o- ii have been giving us some gnd music on the violin, harp and organ. Dr. J. S. Morcmitii and l'r-illohkiiifou have just returned fiuin where they had been on u pliasure trip. Miss Addio Mercer and Jennie .V. Whitworth returned homo from Custer where they had been visiting Mr. O. 0. Oliver and family for a few days. Some of our best citizens are moving toother parts of tho country. Mr. William Basham and family are moving on n farm fhey bought of H. C. Hayes, Otter creek, Hardin county. Well Mr. Editor your, article about Hon. 1). II. Severs is a deserving compliment of which we think ho is every way worthy and would bo glad to see him successful in his present race for Collector. Tho sick are all about well, excopt Dr. McGuliln who Is still very low, and wo think ho has suffered more than any person wo ever saw, but his suffering will soon bo over and his reward will ho greater than his suffering. Our first train for somctlino pulled out from the depot loaded with produce for Hicks A Co. The conductor William Lampton expected to arrlvo at Garlleld by and return to Constantino Saturday provided old Buck and Berry could hold out. e IIU .Tliml. Fho Tell Cily Journal gives tho following account of the unnatural crime: "Dr. E. F. Hawkins, of tins cily, is again in the toils. He is behind the bars of the county jail under tho charge of committing a rape on a little colored girl thirteen years of age, named P.tte. On Saturday afternoon the littlo girl went to Dr. Hawkins' olllco in company with her littlo brother to scrub out. The doctor dispatched tho boy for a bottle of whisky, ami during his nbsenco lie, it is Dr. Hale' Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles liko magic. Cures Bait rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs mid Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive ppecifle for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions are cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all else; it lias no equal! 25c. and COc. boxes. Largo size cheapest. Sold at Short A Hayncs' drug store. It Brings Success. EASE YOUR MIND McDANIELS. Nothing but mud. Mr. Horaco Hunter is quite sick. Mr. Mat Jarboo visited Giendcano and Owensboro last week. Mrs. W. T. Cannon is also on tho sick list. Sho has tho la grippe. Mr. Will Lampton and wifo visited at Mr. Tom Parsons last Sunday. Miss Lclia Cuudiff spoilt last week at Antiocli with Mrs. Jim Glasscock. Mrs. Jones Mercer who hns been visiting her parents has returned homo. Mrs. Bina Cannon who has been quite ill fqr tho past two weeks, is now convalescent. Miss Clara Glasscock spentseveral days last week with her sister, Mrs. Lou Glasscock. Miss Mittio FraiEo, nccompanied by Miss Ida Day, of Grayson, is visiting in Henderson. Dr. Henry Board, of Hardinshurg, ban been in our midst furnishing some with "new teeth.1' Mr. and Mrs. Coko havo purchased mid moved in the house recently occupied by Rev. Whlttinghill. Mr. Dick Mercer who has been quite low witli pneumonia, is on the road to recovery. His mother is also improving. Misses Mattlo Glasscock, Minnio Garner and Mr. Lawrence Glasscock, ot spent last Sunday at the parsonage. We heard a gentleman remark that tho roads wero "almost Impassible." That accounts for n certain gentleman's wagon "stalling" on Main btreet. , Rev. Campbell and son, Silas, of Liver-morattended services hero tho fifth Sunday, and remained soveral days. Bro, Campbell was formerly pastor of this church and has many warm friends hero. Last Tuesday and Wednesday tho Quarterly Meeting metnt Cnvo Spring. Notwithstanding tho fearful condition of of tho roads qtilto a goot, crpwd was In attendanco. Tho ministers present wore, Bros. Allen, Cundiff, Pmnphrey, Roberts, and Motcalte. Rev. Alex. Shoffor run quito a narrow risk a short tlmo back. Whilo assisting in tho clearing at Mr. Bob Glasscock's, n lodged limb fell, hitting hi in on the head and knocking him senseless. Ho suffered intensely for n short time,-bu- t is now entirely well. An-thire, WAYS AND JIIIANS. How can farming bo mado to puy ? is still an open question, and to many thousands of farmers it will continuo to bo "tho unknown quantity in an intrlcato problem" until somo means is devised by which the winter season can bo made sulllclently profitable to meet nt least tho household expenses of tho farm, instead of consuming in winter what is mado in summer, us is too often tho caso at presof tho writer, tho most feasible solution of this problem will bo found in winter butter-makinbo that dairying shall becomo ono continuous industry throughout tho year, and a suro nnd certain source of profit to ovory furnier who will kcop pace with his neighbor. The export of butter will then becomo one of tho leading exports of this country. This will take time, caro nnd study, if our export of butter is to reach the high state of perfection already attained by our cheese; and beforo this result is accomplished wo shall hear less about tho cost ot raising n bushol of whoat or growing a bushel of potatoes, nnd much more about tho cost of producing n quart of rich, yellow cream, capablo of being converted into tho finest quality of butter'. Then will ono of tho most potent factors in contributing to the wealth of the country bo found In thu Jersoy cow. ent. In the humble opinion Nearly every man has some special talent or tact, nnd tho majority of failures in business arise from mon mistaking their vocation or from parents desiring sons to go on and carry abend the business they will learn tliem. The bystander was lead to this train of thought when ho met an acquaintance, now past middle life, who has just succeeded in making a namo for himself, and will eventually add to the name a comforta-bi- o fortune. His father being a physician, educated his son witli tho view Of giving him his practico. Tlio professional life was a burden to the young mini, and he tried a mercantile life, but with no better success. Finally ho thought ho could run a hotel, and ho started in a liumblo way In n small town with a good hotel. Ho had atlaststruck his gait. Ho was genial, and every lovedhlm. Hekuowwhatwus good food and how it should be prepared, and his table had a reputation equal to any. He abhorred dirt, and his hotel was scrupulously clean. Fioui the beginning ho thrived. Ho will miiko n befbro many years. Why? Because, though ho was always considered indolent in his occupations, in tho ono ho is now engaged ho labors caily and late, and ho tells mo ho don't notice it, for ho likes it. When you find an employment you liko you don't tiro of tho work. Sticking to it will bring success. Cincinnati Tribune. well-to-do trav-elcrsofor-tu- Or nil doubt and trouble in buying The .Wonderful Coal Saver KEiM-KOIt M. li a chemical compound, barmlen In every reipect. and perfectly ilmplo In Ita application It ii a ponder wbich li dtiaolvcd In water, and thla inlutlun tprlnkled over coal. Uied cllhor on hard or icft coal, In the boiler, furnace, itovo and range. Savei 25 per cent, of tho cool, and itarta a vlgoroui 0ro of the tlmo It takes without n. Try package of and avo your coal. inone-fourth Kam-Kot11 Kem-Ko- gULZER'S CLOVERPORT, KY. T.i)?rh Package tent to any addren, pott-ag- o prepaid on receipt of tiz 2 cent rlatnpt. Dissolution of Partnership. Tie partnership heretofore exltting between William II Ilowmer and Marlon Ilainbleton, under the firm nnd atyle of Uowrnor .t Ilainbleton, it thlt day dltaolvod by mutual cooieut, laid llautblcton traotferrlng hit whole inter-etti- n the property of tho firm to W. II. Uow-tne- r. W. II. Ilowmer aiiumet all tho llabllltlet of the firm, and l alono entitled to collect and receive all debit due tho firm. The partner! after a long career in butt- nctt at Cloverport, detire to ezpreti their thankt to a generuut public whloh for to many yean bat glVen tho old firm a liberal patronage. WlM.UU II IIowjikk, Jan. 12, 1803. Mahios IIahulktun. Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La Grippe" has left you weak and weary uso Electric Bitters. Tills remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidnoys, gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you are afflicted with Sick Headache, you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electrio Bit-pr- s. Ono trial will convince you that this is tho remedy you need. Largo bottles only 50c. nt Short A Hayncs drug store. Telephonic. "Hello I hollo 11 "Well, hello, who is that!" "Johnson Dean. Is that you, Mr. Having told out iny Interotl to my former partner, William II ilowmer, I with 10 itate to the publlo that the old fl'm It tuoceeded by it. 11. uowiuer .v: eon, wlio win continue bun-neat heretofore, and exprett my with that the liberal patronage heretofore extended to tho old firm tball likewlte be extended to the new firm. Marion llambleton. January 12, 1893. it Tho Verdict Unanimous. It pleases tho lawyer and hIsclIent,too, A Dosirable Location. We now offer our ttore and retldence property for tale at a bargain. With or without ttook of goodt, Our entire ttock it now being doted out at cott. For ptrliculart tee large Holmes Idea of Home. Do you know theso words of Oliver Wendell Holmes? "I never saw a garment too fine for u man or maid ; there never was n chair too good for n cobbler Notice. I wlshto announce to tho public that I havo bought the saloon of W. W. Vessels at Hardinshurg where I will keep constantly on hand tho best of whiskies, wines, cigars etc. Also tho copper distilled whiskey made at my still at Jolly, Ky. Givo mo a call. J. 8, Bkavik. Notick. W. K. Withers A Son havo sold their stock-- of iroods at Kirk to John Hobeti. All persons Indebted to tho firm will please como forward mid settle beforo tho 10th of February and savo costs. W. K. Withers A Son, Kirk Ky. sideration tho very Inclement weather and number in attendance, we consider it tho grandest revival wo was over In. The members were all wonderfully revived. Twelve souls converted to God, and ono reclaimed. Eight additions to our church, and wo feet that the work had just begun. As many wero left deeply convicted of their sins and striving hard for life and salvation, but owing to tho fact that these dear brothers had been laboring very hard for somctlino under disability and having other engagements and fields of labor to enter Into was necessary to closo nt tlmo mentioned to havo a few days rest. They go from hero to PIcasautGrovo on tho night of tho 22d to begin a series of meetings. Wo can freely recommend them to any congregation in need of a revival as they labor very hard and earnestly for tho salvation of souls. Respectfully, I). A, Paiiks. or cooper or King to sit Inj never a house too flno to shelter tho human head. Beauty is a great thing, but beauty of garment, houBo and furniture are tawdry ornaments compared with domestic love. All the elegance in tho world will not mako a home, and I would givo more for n spoonful of real heart-lov- e than for whole shiploads of furniture, and all tho gorgeousness nil the upholsterers in tho world can gather," Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Wbtn Bttr wm ilclc, w ( her CMtorU. When tb wm a. Child, the cried for CaatorU, When kh became. UIm, the cluag to CutorU, When Sm bad Children, she-- gre them CaMorU. Promptly anil penna FARM FOR 8 ALE. mi of Good Citizens.. vLTwiW 4ttal .ncntly curca all forlimli-o- One half mite South of Btepbemport, on the NcrMMia Wrakncat, Spermatorrhea, Stephensport and Union Star road, Known The McCrackons camo to Kentucky a anil all cflccli of at the Oardlner llawkin't farm. Unod cottage i4u MH Jim fow years ngo and without county aid or BKaCatjK)aBaL Ahuu. nr Itvrk.n It.... bouio and all necessary out buildings, good A Good Record. "I have sold Champrctcrlneil oter JJ ycaraln help havo built n couple hundred miles orchard, etc. Fur information call on or -iwhmihii ami berlain's Cough Remedy for ton years," of fi4Ancr. on v llellabla ink linn,.. FHANK DellAVKN, railway which havo done much to de- Mcillclne nown. Ai (Irtigiiiit for Woon'a says druggist E. B.Legg, of Vail, Ia.,"and velop Hardinshurg, Ky, Kentucky. Their lines havo been riioariioDlNKl If ho offer, mine worthlcn medihavo always warranted it, and never had cine In place or thlt, leave hlidUhoneitatorc, pro&pcrous, nro well managed and everyprice In letter, and we will tend by return1 nbottlo returned. During tho past 00 body will bo gratified to know One will For Bent or Sale that they mall, l'rlcc, one pac aire, tit alx.InI5.plain tealed plcac,lK will cure, l'amplilet days I havo sold twelve dozon and it Btorthoute In Wcbtler, barn and warehuuto aro making monoy and that their securi- envelope, j atainpa. AdilrcM has given perfect satisfaction in every inattached, Will rent or tell on favorable Tho Wood Clieililcnl Co. A few more such ties iji Woodward avenuj Detroit, Mfcfi,. termt. M. LYDDAtf, Webtter, Ky. stance." It docs not dry up a cough, but Vafe- - Sold In Cloverport by C, C. Martin, and Importations and Kentucky would soon uruifKlita everywhere. loosons and relieves it. It will euro a It is to your interest to call on us for bu "out of tho ruts.'' Loulsvlllo Post. Bovoru cold in less tlmo than any other Your girl Vlll bo sadly disappointed If furnishing goods. Vo can show you treatment. 25 and COct. nnd $l bottles A soul satisfying salo of ludlcs wraps sho fails to get ono of those pretty Val- foods equal to any Louisville furnisher. for sale by A. It. Fisher, druggist. Suitor's. ' entines nt Sulxcr's. Dabbago. lamc-Uerc- to have tho verdict of tho jury unani"Yes. What is it Mr. Dean?" mous. A great jury composed of tho "Why those sheep you sent mo the American public has rendered n unani- other day havo no upper teeth." mous verdict on Dr, Halo's Household "How's that?" Cough Cure as a medicine, agreeing that "I say those sheep I bought from you Its promises of a speedy cure for coughs, colds and bronchial troubles are always aro too old. Thoy havo no upper teeth carried out to tho letter. This pleasant at all." verdict has not been obtained without "Oh, hell I Send 'em back then." ureat twins taken to mako It the best cure on tho inarkot, Try a liottle when yotr havo u cough or cold nnd you will belong WOOD'S PHOPHODINE to tho "unanimous" over after. For salo Tho Orcnt Kngllali Itemed)'. by Short A Hayncs. poitert. P. M9NI10KAS0N, Olendeanr, Ky. 4 undersigned forpaymont. All pertont knowing themselves to be Indebted to Ilowmer it llambleton will plrase call and tcttle tame. W, It. 110 WM Kit. NOTICE. : All pertont having olalmt agatntt Dowmer llambleton will pleate present them to the vv V V . itfA Mawra-;-, MX&. rt;;r-- m THR BRROKRMRIDQE NHWS, OLOYRRPORT, KY, n'ri ihxi.i.ii 'mn'i-m- i n rmnwrinii im TfflWiiim riMTtm MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, Purchasing Agent, G43 FIflh Street, LOUIfciVILIjM, icy. 8auiplti and estimates furnished on ippliistlon Hambleton House HARDINSBURQ, 11. KY. - Proprietor. and reatonablt Firit clan accomodation! rales. Your patronage solicited. I). J. MATTINdLY. J. MATTINGLY, - - A. piTSulli MERCHANT TAILOR, CANNELTON, INI. mad to order In tbe lateit style. J. KIRST, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEUKUARY 8 LOCAL BREVITIES. Shirts nt Hubbnge's. Vesta for gross seeds. Mnplo syrup nt Suiter's. Rabbago for BuspenJcrs. Fresh ccrenllno flakes nt Sulzcr's. Sea Uabbngo's lino of suspenders. Ruy your tobneco ennvns from Vest. A hurry up snle on clonks Suiter's. Suits that fit tho person nnd tho purse. Suiter's. A champion snle of Indies fur cne8 Suiter's. You should collar sotno of Suiter's neckties. Cabbage, onions nnd sweet potatoes nt Sulzcr's. Souvenir half dollars for snle nt Suiter's. Mrs. Ilnrry Roth went to Louisville yesterduy. Cuffs nnd collars in tho latest styles nt Rnbbago's. Fresh kalo greens, lettuce nnd pars nips nt Suiter s. Get Vest's prices on tobneco cotton before purchasing. Fnrm bolls yes lots of, 'era nt Suiter's cheap. Fur caps that make you look handsome Suiter's. Handkerchiefs to fit nil sorts of emergencies. Suiter's. Jeff. Ronrd, of Patcsvillo, went to Loufcville Monday. night's dream one of A Sulzcr's nightshirts. Thcro is much sickness reported down in Sterrctt's Bottom. Mr. Shcrron died at his homo at Skill- tnnn last Wednesday. If you haven't time to go n fishing, catch Suiter's codfish. Mrs. J. W. Mendor, of Skillmnn, Is reported to be quite sick. If you wnnt to have fun get some of tho comic Valentines nt Suiter's. Mrs. Bono Pate.of Mnttingly, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Pate. Buy your field seeds from Vest nnd get tho best seeds nt tho lowest prices. Dr. J. M. Clayton nnd Mr. George Bontly went to Louisvillo Wedncsdny. Gold Fortuno Gas stockholders should notice tho stock meeting ndvertised in this issue. Bargains can bo had at F. N. D'Huy's this month In nil lines. Rend his advertisement. John Robblns, of Skillmnn, fell out of a barn loft one day Inst week and mashed his ribs. Thcro is somothing peculiar about Vest's advertisement this week. Hnvo you read it? W. S. Dean, of Rock Lick, has a pair of three year old mnro mules for sale. Low for cash. Ask A. M. K. at Suiter's about that waterproof blacking, Russia nnd patent leather polish. Miss Minnio Boultiughouse, of Addison, is visiting her mint, Mrs. J. W. Sumpley, this week. Ether Hall, who went to Louisvillo lost week to work in tho Louisvillo Southern shops, has returned. Tho Clovcrjrort Brick Works nro putting in now represses nnd will start to work ngnln not Inter than March 15th. Georgo Casporko, tho insurance man of Brandenburg, was In tho city a couple of days last week playing policy with the boys. Between popping the question and popping corn, tho most popular of tho two just now Is popping pop corn at Suitor's. Rev. Morrison preached a splendid . sermon last Sunday. Thoso who failed to heur It missed something that would hnvo dono them good. If you hnvo old furnituro you want repaired, take it to M. Hmnmnn, tho old relinblo furnituro dealer, and ho will put it in good shape for you. Tho moist condition of our streets is enough to drive ono mad If it wasn't for tho thought that Suiter's Btock of rubbers is sold so cheap. Two large, now stoves huvo been placed in tho Eluvstrcot Methodist church. Tho church is indebted to Mr. F. J, Ferry for securing tho subscriptions and purchasing tho stoves. A gontloman in Union county, Mo., who is too modest n man to have his niiiiio mentioned in the nowspapcrs, was cured of rheumatism by Chamberlain's Pain Balm, after trying other medicines nnd treatments for thirteen years. 60ct. bottles for sale by A. R. Flshnr, druggist. A prominent cititen of Cloverport was sitting fn tho, corridor of tho Wlllinnl Hotel nt Louisville ono day last week and Hccidently overheard a conversation between two guests. Ono of them was reading a country paper from somo rounty in Massachusetts, whero it Is said that a clay had been discovered "equal in every respect to to tho celebrated clay at Cloverport, Kentucky." This indicates that our little city Is known outside of Breckenridge county. inld-wlnte- 1893. :M 'Sr "HE $B h 'k' j ;'t 4. fcV No packet liuWri Jrrlcrdiiy"i Tho milled nl Victoria are on.rt strike. 100LEYILLE. Clever Iko UwliiRrf, of Brnlldcllbtll'ft Geo. Fnrher nnd wlfu nro visiting his mndo thin olllcu a pleasant call yesterBorn to tho wife of Jnmes O'Brynn n parents. Billy Brown is building more culverts day. Klrl. for the city. Read Mm. Bidgley Cnyeo'H card in Mr. Edwin Egnrt left here this evening Born, to thu wife of Gits. Brown, IVb. thlsisHue. Tho Nkws will vouch for nil on a business trip to IxMitsvlllc. 1st, a lino boy. ordeVs sent to her. Mr. Ed. Tobln, saloon keeper nt this Mr. Silas Pnto, of New Bethel, wns In All tho stores in this city have ngreed plnco, has Bold out to T. W. Stiff. thu city Mondny. to clcSb nt 8 p. rn., on nccount of the Mr. Davis Cunningham has accepted Mr. Thos. Wnlls, of Union Stnr, was In revival meetings. thu iiosltion of night clerk in Mr. J. K. tho city Saturday. A pprtralt ryf the handsomest span in Mlthcll's Btorc. withWill Moremen visited relatives nt Vol-le- y Meade county, so says his wife, will Mr.Thomas Rhodes, of tho firm of Station Inst week. this paper next week. Mitchell A Rhodos,of Rhodclla,havo sold Will Ed. Mntheny, of Stephensport, Ed..Wlrttehcad who lias been plaster out to Joo Rhodes. was in tho city Saturday. 'Mrs. Geo Dowdcn, of Brandenburg, is ingffliorl A Haynes' now house, finished Tho salo at S. K. Vessel's lait Saturday tho job Saturday nnd went to Rome. visiting relatives in this city. wns a success. Ho disposed of everyD.Jlt. .Murray, attorney for tho Texas, thing at a good price. Miss Amanda Dean, of Gtondeanu, Is wontio'HanJinsburg Monday to release visiting Mrs. 0. W. Moorman. A. S. Allon, of Chcnault, wns hero toDr. J; B. Frymirn nnd son, Hugh, of the thortgngoa on tho L. H. A W. rail- day for tho mail. Thoy get no mnll there road, 'lie govs to Hartford for tho same on nccount of tho ice in the river. 'Preston, wont to Owensboro last week. puri4so. Boll and David Henry Jr., of Mr. J. R. Mitchell of this plnco left Geo. F.&.'D'Huy, president of the Gold yesterday for Cloverport, nnd will proIrvington, went to Louisvillo Monday. Gas Company, says his company bably go to Owensboro before ho returns A. Dutschko and R. C. Richardson, of Fortwio is now out of debt and will soon bo payUnion Star, went to Louisvillo Monday. Tho gorgo of ico nt Wolf Creek burs ted ing n dividend to tho stockholders. Good looso Wedncsdny. When it passed Flint Albert Barry wont to Owensboro last for tho Goldj Fortuno. Island there were nbout 10 barges In it. Thursday on business with tho distillers. Rev. McDonald, tho Sy nodical EvangeMr. Joe Livers nnd A us O'Brynn left Born, to tho wifo of M. 8. Whitford, list tor, 'Kentucky, is holding a revival January 20th, a fine girl, Ella Christine. mcetjngjn'tlio Presbyterian church, this hero this ovonlng for Dexter, Ind., whero Alvls Wimp, of Owensboro, was a city. A ottynI invitation Is oxtondeu to thoy expect to attend a grand bnll to& Co., d train nil. PerviccB begin nt a quarter to 8 night. passenger on tho Our school nt this plnco Is very nearly Monday. o'clock. Old Reliable Clothiers, out, but tho teacher, J. F. Jarboe, will Mrs. Thos. B. Young, of Morganfield, Miss Mamie Whlto celebrated her Cornor Third and Markot Sts., take up a spring school hero ns soon ns is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chas. B. eleventh birth dny last Friday. A num- his winter term is out. Sklllmau. LOUISVILLE, KY. ft. were present, ber n her littlo playmates Robt. Hendrlck, of Irvington, sold 100 and a most Wo all hopo that our friend and Repreonjoyablo evening was spent. acres of land last week to Geo. Bell for MissjMamio rja bright littlo girl and tho sentative. D. H. Severs, will get tho ap$800 cash. Nkws hopes sho may live to spend many pointment as collector in this district, for Mr. S. N. Knight has sinrted n denn bright birthdays. wo think him ono of thu best and most BRANDENBURG. e ing nnd dyo house under tho worthy men in tho county. In tho Columbian University Law building. Messrs. Charles Elder and Joo Stewart, A Ghastly Find in a Sink-hol- o Mrs. Steve Hardin Is quito sick. Debating Society at Wnshington, in Mrs. A. R. Todd, of Newark, N. J., is School loft here somo weeks ngo on n visit to Born February 5th, to the wifocf Win. D. C., last Thursday nluht, February 2d. Tho Lower Part of Tho City. visiting her father, Mr. Geo. Jamison, your town, ami havo not been heard from Ditto, a boy, tho subject resolved, That capital Stephensport. slnco. I' nny one happens to see them Tho Dead Body of an Infant Wrapped bo abolished, was discussed, Mr. D. W. Lewis is sick, threatened Grant Chin, a painter at the shops, Rolert E. Woods, our down there, thoy would obligo a couple in a Bloody Cloth, is Discovered with pneumonia. went to Mauckport, Intl., to visit rela- took of very pretty young ladles if they would by Children at Play. 1art in tho discussion on tho neg- send or bring them homo. Mr. Ben Hardin, father of our tives last wcok. ative ilc. is recovering from a spell of sickness. of Cloverport say that Tho WHO COMMITTED THE CRIME. Miss Columbia O'Bryan, of near this Tho hnndsomo ontertalnmont given to if tho druggists don't tnko out license tho Mr. Beverly Mattlngly contemplates place, left a few days ago on a visit toiler tho "V. V. F. Club" last Wednesday by Quito an excitement was created in fir will fly shortly. sister, Mrs. Besslo Brown near Anuess, starting n grocery store hero in n fuw this littlo city Sunday afternoon by tho being a city, but it Is Miss Mapgio Bowmor was qui to a suc- Kansas, whero sho will spend tho spring days. Wo.boast of rejvort that tho dead body of nn infant nothing unusual to see a "scaffold" of cess socially. Tho gamo "Mother and summer. Miss Lum will bo very Some thief stole a ladles gold watch Goose" was Intro luccd and it proved hud been found by some children down tobacco hanging on a portico or porch. much missed, especially in tho social nnd chain from Geo. Cuspcrko's last Sat- In "Cow-heelAn while playing nt hide nnd Dr. J. It. Mitchell, of Mooloyvllle, a very amuslngi to thoso present. circle, whoro sho was not only liked by urday. Boek. The rumored report proved to bo cancer specialist, is in tho city treating elegant lunch was served. every one,but sho had many warm friends Henry Wurnicn nnd Andy Voss who n fact. Tho body wns found In n sinkTho John K. Speed passed down Mon- nnd admirers. Alex. Fnrbcr and John Gregory for can were imito ill witli pneumonia are out hole In u vacant lot nenr Fourth nnd Oak evening, bound for New Orleans, but day cer. again. streets. Mr. Chas. D. Cunningham, of Rome, did not land. Tho Tell City was adver Tho senior proprietor of tills paper has R. B. Lcgrnnd, mcrehnnt nt Guston, It wns n fully developed male child leavo Louisville Monday evenDaviess county, was visiting his brother-in-la- tised to been subject to frequent colds for somo has mndo nn assignment. J. I). Hardin nnd wns white. As to who its parents ing, but up to a lato houryestcrdny evenMr. Walker Boanl at Holt, Sunyears, which wore sure to lny him up if nro or who put it there is a mystery, but ing, sho had not yet sounded her bugle not doctored ntonco. Ho finds that Cham- nsslgnee. day. for Cloverport. Jns. Fowler's residence, nt Weldon, tho city olllcinls nro on the nlert, nnd it Clayton Crosson is laid up with a berlain's Cough Remedy is relinblo. It sprained ankle. Ho has an accident Tho heaviest Ico known for years opens tho secretions, relieves the lungs wns destroyed by fire Saturday. $200 in- Is not at nil unlikely that the guilty parties will bo apprehended within n policy, however, und Ib feeling pretty began to How hero last Thursday overling and restores the lungs to n healthy con- surance. Tho body wns evidently placed The Soda Ash plant which shut down comfortable. when the"puropkiujMtch"gorgo arrived. dition. If freely used as soon as tho cold E. II. Shellman nnd Geo. Fryinirc, of Tho current up Cloverport creek was al- has boon contracted, and before it has be- during the recent cold weather, 1ms re- there Saturday night, for it Bhowcd no noticeable marks of decomposition, d Louisville, were passengers on thu most nsswlft tip thnt down the river. G rent come settled in tho system, it greatly les- sumed operations. Mr. Robt. Hendrlck sold to Mrs. Mnry though no physician examined it. Wliuii train, en route from Owensboro icebergs sailed up tho creek at tho rate of sens tho attack and often cures in a sin-gl- o acres of his farm. first discovered, 'Squire Hambleton was homo Inst Wednesday. day what would otherwiso have been E. Bell ninety-si- x fivo miles nn hour nnd formed n gorge in summoned and ho hastily buried it withConsideration $700. Conner went to Louisvillo tho bond bnck of tho city. Between a severe cold Northwestern Hotel Mrs. Kate out summoning n Coroner's jury or n o News lias been very senrco. One e 25 and OOct. Des Moines, Iowa. und a hundred barges from Mondny to visit Mrs. Mnggio Conwny. seventy-fivlicense Issued last week, C. F. Hay-ne- s physician. It is unfortunate that this Louisville nnd Cincinnati passed during bottles for salo by A. R. Fisher, druggist. She will also visit Dr. Pusey nt Anchowas done for n more thorough examinato Miss Molllo Smith. Thursday night and Friday,fioatIng helprage before sho returns. GUSTON. Mrs. C. S. Grinuoll, another pneu- tion might have thrown more light on lessly in thtj Ice. Somo of these seemed Our clever section boss, Sam. Bishop, is improving slowly, tho subject. However, nil tho evidence good condition, whilo others Miss Ermine Munfonl went to Louis monia patient lost his house nnd household furnituro to bo in ind ented thnt tho child wns born alive though still confined to her bed. were broken in two and otherwise badly ville n the 2d to visit friends. last week by firo Everything wns n In last Issue of tho Nkws mention wns nnd had been murdered by its unnatural wrecked. There is but little ico running Mre. P. C. Footc, of Bewieyvllle, was totnl loss. No insurance. parents or some body else. It was probmndo of tho death of Mrs. Lydin Dow-denow, and steamboats can run without When Bob McGIothlnn leaves a gamo danger, though thcro would bo somo dif- in town ono day Inst week shopping. should havo been Mrs. Lydin ably an illcgtlmato offspring nnd was It of "cinch" to talk to his girl you may Mr. R. B. Legrand and Georgo II. An- Davidson. thus heartlessly disposed of to hide the ficulty in landing becnuso of shore ico. derson are threatened with pneumonia. bet ho means business. Really " Newt" Tho firm of Mclutlro A Brynnt is no shame of somebody's disgraceful guilt. is alarmed about his case. Tho wifo of tho Rov. Dr. Smith, of more. Mr. Unas, iirynui nos sold out. There Is talk of exhuming tho body nnd SIROCCO. Louisville, is visiting her parents, Mr. his interest in tho business to his part- submitting to n more complete examinaJ. P. Severs, of Union Star, passed tion. Mr. Ben Bewlcy contemplates return- and Mrs. Georgo Richardson. through tho city Monday enrouto to ner, Mr. Win. Mclntlre. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. ing to Colorado in tho near future. Victoria to see his sister, Mrs. John Mix, Dr. John Shucklett, of Garrett, has Mr. Joo Miller secured tho $100 prize Mr. James Brown, of Roekport, Intl., Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, whoso husband died n couple of weeks Courier-Journa- l moved to Ekrou. Tho people of Ekron for guessoffered by the is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, ngo. und vicinity are to bo congratulated on Sores, Tetter. Chapped Salt Ithetim, Fever of votes of Ohio. Hands, Chilblains Mrs. Elizabeth Current, Mrs Bell ing tho number having so skilled, honest and honorable Corns and nil Skin Eruptions, and posiCns Whitehead got caught on this side Hickerson and Mrs. Susie Louis, were Mr. Coomcs.of near Sandy Uil!,lsthink-ingo- f tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It tho river when tho iro began to move. He tho gWst of Mrs. Coosa Koonsa fowdays moving near Guston, where he n physician in their midst. We aro nil delighted nt the prospect of is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, made a business trip to Louisville nnd slncov will bo nenr tho Presbyterian church. A western fover seems to bo assuming seeing tho boats again. Shore, ico ex- or money refunded.by Price 25 cents per back before ho wns able to cross the river Short A Haynes, For sale Tho Rev. Dr. Crockrel preached tho tends out somo distance nnd is very box. an epidemic form In this part of the to Ids homo. druggists. country. Henry Hickerson, John Hay- fifth Sunday nt Irvington, nnd will preach F. J. Ferry, mnster mechanic, says ho nes, 8. I). Koons and Frank Lewis are there again thu 2d Saturday und Sunday heavy. How tho bo 'ts will manage to Well-bre- d laud here remains to be seen. has closed tho shops to nil begging com-m- i nmonir tho number going out to grow up of this month. with tho country. Mrs. Gough, whoso name is n synonym tees nnd individuals. It tins become rt suit from noblt ancestry, Tho remains of Miss BettioNeafus were Father O'Conor who, by the way, Is for charity, has taken n beautiful littlo n nuisance ho says and occupies too early association, discipline, and strongestDomocrats our country brought homo for interrment last week. boy, the infant child of n Mr. Decring to ono of tho much of his men's time, therefore these can boast of, anil whoso gentlemanly and Sho died nt Anchorage, where she had natural selection : They are chosmis.). Mr. Deoring who Is working nt orders. friendly turn has mndo for him many been nn in ma to for somo timo. people; who prefer en by well-bre- d thu Soda Ash plant, recently lost his taste, elegance, and accurate time, Tho Leitchfield Mining Co., of which friends in tlifs section ofnttho country, Dr. A. J. Anderson, of Indiana, who wifo. Paynesvlllo was culled from his post Tho littlo ono could not havo fallrather than display and great Judge McBcath is president, has just (which ho has maintained for eight has been spending tho winter in Florida, Expensive tilings are selsold 810 acres of Mining lands in New years) to Louisville to fill a vacancy left is spending n few days with friends and en into better hands. dom the most stylish or satisfying. Mexico for $00,000 cash. Mr. Amel by ono whoso labor in tho pastoral vine- relatives nt his homo, nenr Guston. 2.228,072. You will miss your train or your Oelto, of this city, is interested in tho yard was cut short by death. Theso figures represent tho number of Misses I.uln Hayes, Llllio Miller, of Our nuighborhood has been saddened dinner quite as easy and often with company. New Discovery for again by the hands of tho destroying Elltnbcthtown, Clara Adklsson, nnd Mr. bottles of Dr. King's watcii, as witli a hundred-dolla- r J. II. Blytho, deputy county assessor, angel. Miss Bottle Ncafus having sue Georgo Brown, were entertained nt the Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which Waterbury, the new, quick-windicumbed to both physician and mental Munforti Mnnslon ono dny Inst week. finished his work lost Saturday nnd unwere Bold In tho United States from which is just as handsome, hgettu-inwas der tho new law it was quite n task. debility eight taken to Anchorage some Murch, '01 to March 'l2. Two Million, Our old friend, Dick Bnskett, who weeks ago. Her friends six or and costs from $15 down to $4. ThouTho next to visit us now will bo tho city hoping that tho skillful treatment there moved West, Xmns, is getting up a Two Hundred nnd Twenty-Eigh- t d JtweleJ movement i botassessor nnd then wiH como tho thu tax would soon reliovo her of her unfortusand, Six Hundred nnd Seventy-Tw- o of ponies and will shirt Enst with uttlnei euirtntecl nate nflljction. But their hopes were gatherer. eoM, fJ. tles sold In ono year, and each nnd every . etc. (or tuilneu men, to be realited as sho grew rapidly thorn in n few days Dick is a not bottle wns sold on n Ksitlvo guarantee Alfred Taylor, tho prosperous young wore, and paBcd awny January !W. Udles, and boys. All Jewelers J9 Mr. Albert D. Ashcraft, of nenr Sandy merchant cf Rosetta, went to Louisville Her remains were brougnt homo and in- Hill, wns In town ono day Inst week. Al- that money would bo refunded if satis- Soil thorn. Remember wo nlno Mondny night to bo married to Miss terred at tho family burying ground the bert lias turned out his beard nnd wo will factory results did not follow its use. community deeply soil nico Thu secret of its success is plain. It Richardson of Big Spring Tho Nkwu 2nd Inst. Tho entire family. say it Is very becoming nnd quito a hand-s- o sympathize with tho and can always bo de- Jewelry, nover disapoluts sends its congratulations to tho nowly mo suit. Mrs. Kllznbt-tl- i Chnpol, neo Brown, nn pended on as tho very best remedy for wedded pair. Gold Rings, aged Indy is said to be dying at her grandMr. Mlko Lyddnn went to Louisvillo Coughs, Colds, etc. Prlco 5oc. and $1.00 son's, Jack Right, nt this writing. Mrs. Success in everything depends largely Spootaolos, last week to seo his daughter, Mrs. John At Short A Haynes Drugstore. was Iwrn in Georgia near a cenupon good health. Do Witt's Little Ear- Chapel but a few months since it was Akers, who is very ill with typhoid fover, Silvorwaro, tury ago, ly Risers nro littlo health producing pills her delight to relate tho Steam Ferry For Cloverport. h her husband is just recovering from tho Clocks, Seo tho point? Then tnko nn "Early escapes in which sho figured when but a samo disease. There Is a movement on foot to start Musical Merchandise, child, In tho encounters with the InRiser." Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and Tolling Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Shaln sot plates to a steam ferry between here and dians. Bo And do nil kinda of Repairs. Beard & Bcolcr, Hardinsburg, Ky. last Thursday evening in the way port. Klrt Weutherholt and Till Groves Wo are not given to inqulsltivenens friends Rush Morgan, a noted outlaw, of yet would like to know what the Editor of an oyster supper. Horace doesn't lovo will bo the principal owners and mana- sure and seo of the' News has said or dono to Weaver oysters himself, but delights In seeing his gers. This is an enterprise that should Eastern Kentucky, was killed near N. bo encouraged by every citizen of Clovlast week. There were nnd Ids constituents. Tho signs are in- friends Indulge. "Wo" indulge. dicative of him having said or dono erport. Tublu'B Bottom mid tho adjaJeweler, nineteen notches cut on tho stock of his something mighty bad. The mora sight Died, Feb'y 2d, Mrs. Win. Barnes of cent Indiana neighborhoods aro of incalWinchester, and each notch represented of the BiiKCKKNiitnait Nkws causes them pneumonia. Tho deceased leaves a houseCLOVERPORT, KY culable bom fit to Cloverport, nnd with n so turn palo with rage, and to recoil with a man that ho hud killed in his time. as much horror as they would were thoy hold of little children and a husband to THE OLD RELIABLE Tho wind from tho North blows sharp being besieged with a cart load of infer- mourn her loss. Her remains were in- good stenm ferry to make it easy nnd convenient for tho Indiana people to and keen, and bad effects of colds are nal machines. Wo suspect thn Editor terred in the Buck Grovo cemetery. como hero with teams we would get WssiornFarmers HI: scon. One Minute Cough Cure so safe was down South nt tho time tho air wns Mr. Bon Clarksnn, of Big Spring, was many a load of produce that now goes so odoriferous with rotten eggs. Or and sure, will quickly perform a won h6 hits been using somo new in our town, and is just homo from atrip drous euro. Short A Haynes, Cloverport kind of perfumery and their al factory to Danville, Ky., where his son Ben is elsewhere, and In return our merchanBlity-ilitYssr of Fntllettion. 1m) and Beard A Beolcr, Hardinsburg, Ky nerves having become so sensitive to tho attending school. Mr. 0. said lie had dise would taken back. Wo need the producoand want to soil the goods, so I'lMIMBHKl) IlY odor of rotten eggs, thoy think his pockSt. L. A T. Tho directors of tho ets have nover boon thoroughly fumigat- always thought that ho lived in God's lets all cncoiirago this furry. If anylnxly John P. Morton & Co., were indicted fn Meado county for full- ed. Having received a largo bundle of country until ho visited Boyle county, has any old ferry privileges hero let them ing to post up bulletin boards of tho time specimen copies of the Nkws to distri- but now says io Is satisfied that ho Is FOIl SAI.K 11Y either stnrt a ferry that can acoinmc-dat- o of tho arrival of trains. Tho case was bute and being utterly In tho dark In living in tho "pennyrllo" district. JNO. D. BABBAGE, thu publto or relinquish their claim. to tho Editor, being mixed up in called in tho Circuit Court just closed oLOVBuroivr. ky. y for that rotten egg affair, I proceedod to The skiff business is too and after a thorough examination they hand them around to men of overv nor-Stockholders Meeting. Cloverport, now. were acquitted. siiason. I soon tH'can to "tumble " mill Stockholders of the Gold Fortuno Gas and Minoral Company, will hold tholr Mr. Al Seaton, a merchant at Sample will bo mora coutious in tho future. ' For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogcru, of Bay The next timo offer a man ropy of. and agont for the L. St. L. A T., died nt tho,NuWBand amI uncertain in aregard to annual meeting next Friday, at 2 p. m., City, Mich., accidently spilled scalding Act Directly outlicI!vcr. i his father's house near that place Sunday what colors ho is sailing under, I will February 10th, ut F. N. D'Huy's olllco. water over her little boy. She promptly Cvmt Cuills and Fsrcn, Unrtrsts, night. Mr. Seaton has been sick with poke It out to him on tho end of an All stockholders uro requested to be applied Do' Witt's Witch Hotel Salve, BickUeadacue, IliuoisCouo, CosiTiri- - , TIUK, ItUIOlTUX, 1'ILCS, I'iT.riTlTlOM J consumption for a long timo and it was angling rod, I will havo tho paper folded present. F. N. D'Huv, Pros, giving instant relief. It's a wonderfully ortni IIiittT. Diuixiii. Tonrtn Ijteb. ' so the title page will not be seen by tho B. Skrlman, Sec. of that dread disease that ho died. Ho GoiTtoToftaus, SLtlrtttlNtll, AMD its. good salve for burns, bruises, sores, and recieplent till lio gets his hands on tho 0. vuiuxiorTunx.ivtn ind HTOXACir. if spoilt several weeks hero last summer pnper and I'll tnko can that ho doesn't assure cure for piles. Short A Huynea, ran douof'fcil ver c,!l," a slnjlo plllst H00P-P0L- E 0UTTER8. with his sister. Mrs Scott Bell, and geUhls hands on tho paper till I get tho ) sttmn'stc Uit stomtcb, miorca Cloverport and Beard A Heeler, Hardin-burg- , tho s'iDctIt. Imparts vltor tq ttio mtcsi. drank water from tho Tar Springs which length of t ha rod between him nnd mn All polos must bo cut between now Ky. Th jrcurq all uMmuki llfco maclc. Oct and my in Improved his health for a time. He was want" to toes turned run tho direction I and middle of March, Poles out after ruxa. tbe ruut Kiaa. bULLtiis-j.ivti- i before flchtlng run, I will Bui J brdtUL-- it. rorclrrnlar. nlco enough to throw after a good man and had many personal anytime, especially whon it comes to that dato will not be received. a Sappers ' bride. Sulsor's. CCDtUMrxK Chas. May, Cloverport, Ky. fighting about tho "Lost Cause." friends. GOING DOWN Jl VIIfENTffiE FOE YOU In the form of a Barg Something you need. fi I ln Arc the piles of Men's Suits and Overcoats on our counters since we have been selling out profit. We shall continue the same schedule for a while longer. We need room badly, as our new Spring stock, which we now have in work, is beginning to come in from the hands. HERE'S A HINT TO THE LITTLE DAUGHTER Instead of sending Papa a tine, buy him one of those Style Nobby Hats that Sulze selling so cheap. Papa will' ciate the eift all the more bea west-boun- Julius Winter It's a Novel Way of Celebrati The Memorable Day. Surprise your Papa with a Present after the regular I-Season is past, and the act delight him that he will never fc MURDER. post-ofilc- punish-mout'shou- ld fellow-townsma- SULZE CLOVERPOET, KY. WHEN AFTRR few-day- BARGAI Bear in mind that we arc making rdi for a lanre 7 east-boun- ninr-riag- bpnix m Std tc n. is going and that our store-rooswept clean of all our Fall and Winter must be shoved out. fi! Clothing will have to suffer tin of even a small profit as tin watches Boots and S Are going in like manner, andi other lines are sharing the same fate. Call and get 3 the benefit of goods with small profit. xi e, car-lou- B. F. BEARD & Ci Hardinsbul hut-tlcr- cawi-fill- r, halr-breadt- 10,00 YARDS F F. D'Huy, Tobaeeo 1 tail 1TOL ro i, h I, Call and get your supply 110 ro-gi- one-horse- Sellers' Liver Pills This is something every Tobacco must have. Experience has provai tha healthiest and best plants are gj canvased beds. We can supply you- Call and see us. beil-tltn- c WITT & MEADO! HA1 J t vfcl. THK BRRGKRNRIDGE It was easy rowing tbo remainder o Highest of'nll in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report tho distance to tho lake Tbo moon shono brightly, nnd n fresh breezo came WEDNESDAY, FEimUAUY 8, 180.1. down tho water tbat cooled our cheeks which owing to tho excitement of tbo tf past fow hours wero much refreshed. Wo il; od conversed in low tones of tho events of ' tho night, the dangers wo bad passed, tho possibility of our condition being worse, and tbo sweet anticipation of final rest, (ted to W. W. Lambroth and ltapidly wo moved along, so rapidly that tho fow miles were left behind, and now )y, Pastor M. E, Church, wo had reached nn opening a beautiful Brandenburg, Ky. silver lake, witli not a wave or rlpplo to disturb its pcaccfulncss. It lay as asleep. Tho rugged lino of cliffs nnd giant oaks tended his hand to each ono and smiled, ed to tbo fireside with a satisfied smile. (concluded.) surrounding it, seemed to bend over tho tbo smllo of tbo happy. A fow momenta Tho treasures wero eafo in their owner's nflrald to turn our backs upon water's edge, as if protecting it from in- more, and ho was fully restored to con- keeping. The cavern of Mysteries had lisb creature, but, tho two men truders on its calmness. Hugo holders sciousness, nnd realized all that had oc- its mysteries still, for us. Wo wero but jtbeir faces toward bim, ns tbo nnd giant trees cast long shadowy lines curred. Tho good Doctor spoko cheer- - littlo wiser after restoring tho treasures tho stream demanded in row- when wo entered tho envo n fow water. Tho rough mountain-sid- o ingly to him of our voyage omitting in l Lot's wife, I must look back across tho bo distictly scon, nnd wo bad kindness, tho fear and distress wo en- than before. Our duty over, nothing hours could upon tbo see no tbat bad but to row across tiio lako and our jour- dured for his sake. Tho steaming kettlo moro remained for us to do, but to par ouch fear and liorror look to ney by water was finished. Wo wero a and dripping roost, with the fragrnnco take of tbo food already prepared. A srero pursued. Tbo samo glar- worn, tired, hungry crow, needing rest, arising from tho pot of coffco almost courso whito cloth was spread upon tho met my eyes, as bo stood nnd warmth, for tho night was chilly and crazed us, for wo wero a ravenously hun- board, nnd Mrs. Hfte witli my assistance, Se mad waves, clinging to tbo gry crowd. Whilo Collie nnd I wero soon bad spread a tempting repast. Tis damp. bis long, hairy, bony claws. "0, papa, are wo not nearing tho meditating upon tho size of the roast, useless to say tbat wo heartily partook of y, bearded face was turned to- and tho smallncss of tbo loaf for tbo if, and wero thankful, not only for tho Heights," cried Nellie, exultantly. ihd when bo perceived tbat bo "Yes, bo patient child, our journey is seven, the Doctor was carefully unfold- wholesome food, but, for tbo preservaaed.ha yelled out,"Look nbead," almost done," said the Doctor, joyfully. ing tho huge iron box containing the tion of our lives, nnd the restoration of antly our eyes wero turned in Our hearts wero lighter, and hopes treasures. Tho old guide bad placed the' those long lost treasures. No sooner had iction. brighter on hearing tho welcome tidings. rude tablo of woven willows supporting a we finished tho meal than I heard, in the fright in passing through tbo Ills wife to placo nil heavy oaken board before tho firo, on distance, n familiar voico calling my - Tho Doctor told Sap, wo wero insensible to everythings in readiness, tbat no time might which tho Doctor placed tho box. Ad- name, again nnd again. I confess it dispd us, savo our trouble. Tbo vancing n little, tho Doctor laid ono hand turbed me, for who could know of my reached the shore. Icrcasing light about us, did not bo lost when wo Father, and in tho prceenco in that lonely, retired spot-a- way "Wrap tbo box closely, wife; and con- on tho hoary-heade- d ,tis as anything unusual, but, on wo reach tbo other held tho koy, rusty with ago, to from any human habitation. I was ceal it in the rugs, until Kho command to look farward, tho curious iron box, nnd said: "Father anxious nnd frightened, but hesitated cavern. ' turned upward and wo saw a A few long strokes from Wyman's oars and friend, givo ear to my message. For beforo mentioning it to my companions anco ahead an iron bridge bus- many long weary days,montbs, ah, years, for I observed they had not beard tho brought us to tho foot of tho mountainhundred feet above about one side, where dimly visible among tbo have I labored for tho accomplishment continued calling of my name, by their of tho water, reaching from brush and rocks could bo seen n narrow of tho end I now see nnd realize. Many continued conversation. Again I heard i of tho stream. On this bridge overgrown with long gross,and dreary, sleepless nights have I spent in tho voico, this time tboy, also, heard. As andsof twinkling lights.placed matted vines. Bold cliffs'ringed with planning nnd meditating upon tho per- I sprang to my feel nnd rushed to tho cross-bar- s of iron, of as many dark moss, projected far into tho lako formance of this dnngcroua undertaking. door of tho cavern, the whole party follog to and fro beneath, in twos ferns, and gasses I journeyed for days with my littlo family lowed me, when lo, in an instant, "in tho numan while wild flowers, KiB, wero Hundreds 01 grow in abundance from tbo crevises of over rough country to tho littlo village of twinkling of nn oyo," I found myself lUieil in long trailing garments tho rocks. One by ono wo climbed tho Kuin, where another joined our party standing, not as I thought, in tho Cavern vhitcness. The heavy tread of rocky steep, planting our feet firmly in for company, and, also, as a witness to all of Mysteries, but in my own littlo bedhandreds of human forms, tho the rocky path. Soon wo found ourselves our proceedings. For a whole day and room, beside the open window that overness of their robes, and tho varied on the summit of the first hill. A beau- night wo sat in our boat, rowing continu- looks tho beautiful majestic, Ohio. Twos aions on their faces for wo wero of soft mossy earth, ex- ally against tho current; worn, tired and a bright October morning. The sun was though to distinguish clearly every tiful level stretch tended for miles along tho lako shore. hungry, that wo might reacli tho cavern shining brightly o'er hill nnd plain whilo with tho brilliancy of i of man' one-habefore it becamo too lato, to fulfill our leaves of gold and crimson dropped lazily lite swinging out and in as if to Behind roso a second hill, about mile in width, similar to tho one at mission to you. What wo have endured to tho earth. o with tho never ceasing tread Tho villagers passed to nnd fro on tbo Wo cast ono lost lingering look of pain, fear and agony, you can never produced quito as depressing an our feet. street below, humming merry tunes, upon tho peaceful lake, reflecting the know, nor would I have this gray-hea- d ex-H4)ur party as tbo tortures wo cliffs and trees. Day wnsdawn- - bowed in pity for us now. Hut, I wearing smiling faces. All these scenes t In passing through ttie Devil's iioon-lie have faithfully done my duty, as a friend met my bewildered gaze, and not till i g on the mountainside, and in tho rac oi tlioso hcings liad strango then did I realize the truth. I could but we caught tbo sound of the Shop to you, my Father and Wees, others, sad and low, while 'rd's voice calling together theirdrowsy I now deliver, in lovo and faith, tho koy meditate at that busy hour, and thank In a btate of tranquil content. 1 cks. Tho echo resounded through tin- - to the curious iron box. In the restora- (Jod, that the incidents of that night's :ns rejoicing in victory, whilo I pi ij journey on dark water, had not, in truth, Us and their songs wvrc full of joy and tion to you of the treasure then-io- , to case an aching heart, or d tl'.ii ii n a rea'itv, but, only a dream. nc . Til1 good Doctor was the first to vou may find exquisite joy, Jess spirit. Ki.i,a I'. Moski.ev. mi hi hinioflf to tin' realization of out "peac" that flowcth as a riv",' in ked long on those strange beings .1 .. dang, r in loitering m long through ('inning vears M' 'I on 'fcthlessly listened to the sotiirw .1 it f : k y in'the ,'m i . i ' 'v in g it i. r It i cli.rt it ti. hi '"'ichefir mul foiougl. i, witli a feeling more of uvw I pli nl I" nr u n, Mini Mould mis- - Father, who Mat moiionlehs ! in a en jp.M Mr. O. T. Gi.od, Columbia, Tetin , Kytbing else What this that we ' f.'l h 1". i: ') k' p Dr llrTr C nitfh vnip In tin iii our liiisfinn at tluit early hour hut, it passed through his liig. "1 a hn and heard could mean, Ii h Him It :s till lest rimetly frr nrii' d along lb- mountain edge fin on the icirt i below. The ron for we or questioned, fi u, h n tro i, I i C' it'd, I .w i, i distance, then took a din ct cours. lulling key nroused him to It vyrfwere compassed round about it --i the plain, arriving at tho base of instantly his eyes met tlioi- of tli ''"e-to- r Itwry and Satan. Tiic gates of tin ! ill. where another in u kind worshipful guz rugged path was ip closed us in behind and the r Kxti iidiugliis hands tovur d i e 'o We followed tlie path which led i .1. hh its mighty liosts of beings , he said imploringly, "No, no, mve.iol Smuli Doses of tows Gleaned from i round a huge, dark elifl" of black )elore us. lietlicr they were ugh stone to an obscure corner. Here son, you liav proven faithful tins fir, )i, earthy, we could not tell, .iv Exchanges, shall tru"t you to the end l'ou I . e old guide left us, and advanced to- 1, they appeared to me, a great f i proiiiir- - made y.iurself worthy, not ou!v iid a mass of stones, tumbled lite robed spirits, communing ioimIj' about, and disappeared behind love and friendship of n pnor old n,.:i, Pul up in Capsulos for the Easy bother, midway between earth e heap. We waited but a few minutes but also, tho grandest trust an I co- Silently and almost breath- Swalowing of Our Readers. can .n that one fellow-beiir his return, then together wo passed Kided along beneath them in hind tho same heap, and paused be trust to another? Tlioso long ..nt A new tobacco factory is being built at r, of the bridge, for tho distance pointing to the box, an not only Fordsville. re a small opening in the cliff, before ' n mile. Wo then passed hit h, lying loosly was an immense sacred to me because of their intrinsic alooii8 are running in Kiizabctbtown, mg curve which entirely shut of ock of this black stone. The entrance value, and antiquity, but, of their and blind tiger are no more. ctino nnd tho sound in small, it was with difficulty that their sacreduess to the Holy 'linnli, Consciously wo drew a breath Metcalf county is preparing for the lar! pissed. Tho guide went first, with from which placo I received them or ion the last glimmering light tor-togest crop of tobacco ever set within her nnd Mrs. Hitc.and Wyman, Xul- - safe ki cping. Tlioso precious relics w re ago was lost from our view. and myself following in tho rear. Once intrusted to mycare till death shall conic, borders. not over for us. Wo were To crcato an appetite, and givo tono to wo stood before tho inner door and if reason is mino just before my to trials on that journey. When ibrougli, o tho Cavern of Mysteries, to which we spirit takes its flight, I shall place them tho digestivo apparatus, use Ayer's funded tho last curve, a faint h id traveled through so many difficulties. in hands as secure as my own have been. rod in tho distnnco and the In n dark hour they wero wrested from Mrs. Bcttie Allen, aged 70, died in B'of a bell floated o'er the We were tbo first beings to cross tbat old me, cliresliold for years, excepting thanks to 'A feeling indescribable stole .juide, whoso duty was to attend tbo the they but mino once n faithful Ideliverer, Bourbon county from tho effects of a fall to aro more and trust for- on tho ice. fone. What next waited us, aged imnato of tho dark cave. The gray- - ever. No, my son, take this holy koy, Tho loft was left, but tho littlo fellow JUjb courage to ask, for nil were outside the and unlock tbo sacred box, that wo, as will now have to learn to writo with his dn this journey. Tho water haired guide bade us wait ?calm and peaceful, but tho door, while bo went before to prepare ono family, may gazo upon tlioso long left or get left. the old man within for tho surprise nnd lost treasures of tbo Holy Church." Mrs. Margaretto 0. Cardwell died sudmuch narrower than it was a ShortWith trembling hands the kind Doctor denly near Harrodsburg, aged ono hunbehind 'us. Tho hanks wero happiness ho was soon to realize. trees and undergrowth, but ly lie returned wearing a distressed look, took tho key, placed it within tho lock, dred and four. tho advantago of the stars and an asking us to enter quietly without ex- rusted like tho koy from disuso, turnod, Lottio Collins was in Louisville last old man was in a state pressed bard, but it refused to open. glimpso of the moon. Thosur citement, for the week singing her famous of stupefaction, caused by oursudden ap- Again and again ho tried, till at last it woro not so gloomy as they de-a- y to crowded houses. of his good yielded to tho pressure, nnd tho lid ?;but my imaginative mind bad pearance and the excitement London, the county seat of Laurel tolling of tho bell, n warning fortuno. Entering as directed, wo found sprang backward, exposing to our anx- county, was almost completely destroyed ourselves in a largo apartment, about ious gazo tho curious, quaint collection of 'to tbo final execution oi tho forty feet in length by twenty in breadtli valuable relics. by fire. Tho loss is moro than $100,000. tiixis, nnd wo had but to "run Tho box was lined throughout with Five different persons attempted sui- o before us," for without a with low ceiling black with age. At the extreme end of tho cave, opposite tho exquisite purplo and gold. There wero cido in Louisville in ono day, last week. pswarning bell bad rung, and fc, inovitablo destruction, lay door, a cheerful firo burned in tho quaint four divisions, made separate by slats of Four of them met witli crowning success. old the rays of which illumined gold, au inch in width, upon which was Mothers should remember, when a phyI lie recesses of tho cavern, exposing to inscribed a sentence in odd characters. sician cannot bo procured, that Ayer's Ivanced, wo sawn dark shadow view the rugged floor and wails. Tbo In tho uper left corner of tho first divis- Cherry Pectoral promptly relieves tho iter nnd a high wall witli tho 'ire which was made of ono lingo log, ion lay seven gold coins, bearing old croup. J y gates, as tlioso wo had passed with dry sticks, brush and grass, dates, and curious designs, reposing in Ky part of the night. Ueyond heaped Mr. Joseph Kuhl, a saloonist of Dayroared and crackeled in tho chimney, safety on tho royal color, next in order rood tbo figure of n man in the ton, Ky., was arrested for serving a K. of giving a bright glow to tho rudo pieces lay sovon vials of sacred each la- P. banquet with drinks after midnight lot bis countenance, wo could iifX'd nn bed, table and chair. Tho old beled in letters of gold, water, namely, water of Saturday. aVthat distance A boat not man sat before the ruddy Merom, of Jabbok and of Kison, water IflVrn, was unloosened from tho Samuel Shearer, aged 02, died at his blaze in a large chair of woven willows, from tho Jordan and Gallilee, and from men seated themselves at n eompiotely enveloped in soft furs from tho brooks of Hcsor nnd Kidron. Next homo in Madison county. Ho was ;ey wero clothed in white, all over tho State' for his entertho animals of his wild mountain home, lay seven rolls of parchmont bearing tho .ngo beings, who paced tho prise and liberality. f tboy wero coming fast to- - while cushions of soft, dry moss and fur samo inscription, as was cut upon tiio Mrs. Androw McKinley, daughter of lay about his feet, which wero, also, in- slats of gold. Next, and last, lay seven lie' boll rang out, and tho gates cased in moccasins of fur. On the hearth implements oi war-Iik- o appearance, em- John J. Crittenden, and for many years bpen slowly, for us nlono, it was a of steaming water and an blematic or tho Church and tho chris- a resident of Louisvillo and Frankfort, ter and taster tlioy came to- - oven ofkettle brown bread, while turning on a tian warfare in this life; they wore as fol- died in St. Louis last week, lTow almost upon us, they n spit before the fire, was a largo piece of lows: First a liclmut, shield, sword, Vatican, tho famous trotting stallion was Wif, brethren I'eaco bo unto wild deer, roasted brown and dripping as speer, dart, then tbo cross and crown. sold at Lexington last week for $11,250. kyi como through much tribuit turned beforotho blazo. Tho roast All tbeso wero of gold, in which wero Lucas Uroadbead, manager of Wood burn pfltes." va llirmiirli tlin-- ." " deer and strong coffee inado from some set jewels of great value and brilliancy. farm was tho putchaser. Wo need your protection All the churches in Hopkinsvillo bavo " ulintifjifl tlin Tlnpfnr tti wild root and berry, filled the vast room The lid was of purple and in its center ... ... U..WW.Mf with an odor that would have bet n was a cross of gold also iuerusted witli been holding big meetings since Sam to any palate, much more so to jewels, whilo ut its base lay a gO'deu hau- Joins' visit, nnd many additions have t yojBro safe within tho gates, n tired, hungry crew like us. Ah wo drew lier bearing the inscription: ' tiioria in been made to their membership. bid yc wolcorao;" tboy nns- - n ar, the old man lay back in his mossy excelsis." A postofllco money order for 10 cents, cnair looking haggard, weary and pale. When eacli ono bad looked upon tho was sont from is' words of peaco and comfort tho Georgetown postofllco Ho lay with closed eyes, while one long contents of the box, wo were amazed and to Now York. This is tho smallest on aged between us, tbo men in emaciated hand held back from a broad silent The Doctor lifting bis head and record. It cost tho sender 7 cents. tied with us, and wo passed hair. gazing long and steadfastly into the eyes white brow, a mass of snow-whit- e jugh tbo gates. Tho keeper Tho guide was the first to speak. Laying of tho old Churchman, said, Piles of People have piles, but "Ix, initio also, nrrayed in white, cm-h- his hand softly on tho old man's head bo eye hath scon all Witch Hazel Salvo will' euro this, mine ear hath mission, stood on tho Short &IJayncs, Cloyorport, said: "Father Graham wo are all bore. heard and understood it. What yo know, them. & Heeler, Hardlnsburg, Ky. nnd Beard tones oi lovo anu peaco, Look on these dear faces, who have Jourthe same do I know also." Nufs through tbo gates into tbo Well, Sarah, what have you been doing Tho feeblo old Fnthor raised his neyed so far, at tho risk of life, that they to mako you look so young? Oh. nothiyr,"' So rejoiced wero wo to might rcstoro to their old friond and faco to us, a happy sinilo lighting ing much, only been using Hall a Hair UUlOUl IVO J1I1U FHVJ churchman his lost treasures. his countenance, nnd with ono hand rest- Iienewer to rcstoro tho color ot my hair. voice, wo cried, "Gold, At these words ho slowlv opened bis ing in ono of tho Doctor's, with his right Headacho is tho direct result of Indiihall bo youre," nnd eyes, nnd vacantly stared around him. ho softly closed tho box and turned tho gestion and stomach disorders. Remedy equfred papers, tho Doctor wyman iook a sraau iiosk oi wino irow koy with a glad "Amon." 'Bttcring coinho posscused Ills leathern pouch, anu jioiu it to mo. I Together, tho Doctor and tho old guido these by using Do Witt's Littlo Early disanoars. r oi tno uaics oi lips of tbo old Fathcr.ji After taking the carried the box to a dark recess in tho Kiscrs, and your headachoovorywhoro. Tho favorito littlo pills ie us wind our way a few stimulant bo rovivedfufliciontly to rtf chimney corner, nnd lowering a door, & Hayncs, Cloverport, ,liero wo would como to cognizo tho faces around him. Ho made placed It within, securely fastened it with Short & Hardlnsburg, Ky. and Beard attomnt to riso, but failed: ho then ex- - iron bolts, replaced tbo door, and return Beelor, nn t NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. GREGORY & CO., Unhappy Headquarters for Reapers and-Mower- Breckenridge News. Night's Journey Dark Waters. r- RoYal tk Baking' Clileap Weekly Tline (F"OtJNDlBE IN 18G40 AND Marriages Arc chiefly duo (according to Jolmnthan SwiiV) to tho fact that "young ladies spend their time in making NETS not in making CAGES." JX3Zf Powder TIIE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE WORLD'S FAIR THE GREATEST AND Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich igan Plastor, Salt, Li mo, Coal Oil by tbe Barrel, Plastnr Hair, Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring ways kept on hand. Ordors accompanied by cash prompt ly filled. al- ABSOUirrELY PURE MOST POPULAR EXPONENT OF MODERN AFTER, ,v DEMOCRACY IN THE UNITED STATES. -- DPOE;AN AGRICULTURAL AND POLITICAL WEEKLY ALL IN ONE. i $1.00 PER YEAR. New condition! inrround tho farmer with wider datlet. He now, leu than formerly, can without reproach illiregard hli obligation to aeelc to prepare himself and hi family for their political aa welt at their clrll dotlei, and for wbaterer i eiientlal to good,(wite oltlienhood. THE CHICAGO WEEKLY TIMES REPRESENTS THE PEOPLE, FRUIT TREES -- Nursery Stock on OXIXXBX& -- the fair reader of these lines has made her cage however, and secured Vher mate, it will fail of perfect success unless it iB properly clothed. Shirts, Collars, Guffs, Ties Underwear, etc should be purchased of us. F . -- i v Tl A ' Apply to Zack Green, manager of the Hardlnsburg Nursery, nnd agent for Stabl's Spraying outfits. m " P0TAT0E PLANTS in season. Address ZACK. GREEN, Harmed. Ky. Therefore. " foot-pat- i lf No qoeitlon of national Importance and all political and economic qaeittoni of moment are national one btglni In Congren. The are canTaned and dlicmied bjr the people and pren, and when they reach congren tbat body hai merely tbe detail to oonilder. THE OHICAOO WEEKLY TIMES hai becomo the reoognlied leader of tbe great plain pedple the bone and ilnew of the commonwealth and tbe hopo of the Ametlcan republic. Iti edltoriali are broad; national, eloquent, convincing, and dignified, and as comprehenilro In the iubjecte treated aa are the quoitloni of human Intereit. HIE CHICAGO WEEKLY TIMES repreienta all the movementi of the day,"and upon itt Indoreement blngea In a large degree, tbe futrfe, for It la broad In tta vlewi, liberal In Iti Judgment, and hai tbe beat ponlble meani of forming a correot one, and knowing ita duty to man, the oountry, progreaa, and future greatneai, it lifted above bigotry and narrow mlndod-nea- a, To it all lubicribera ahould turn for enlightenment, encouragement, dares perform It. ympathy, asilatance, and the nerve to carry out theif undertaking!. In it ranki are to be found the brightest inindi In every line. Week by week It talks to every snbscriber of what is going on, brushes away the dust from the past and starlights the coming. It forecasts (be future and forewarns against disaster. It Is a matchless scrap book of knowledge for the farmer, mechanic, lawyer, doctor, and all good citizens. Without the requirements of wading through pagos of irrelevant matter TIIE CHICAGO WEEKLY TIMES gives to its readers the sifted grains of thought, history, science, and all at a glance; makes every reader a cosmopollto, and brings the entire wealth of the world to his very door. It gives more for the money than any other weekly papor in America. It Is bright, entertaining, and valuable good for the whole family. Its world's fair news is the most complete and tellable. It Is a bureau of information for Its subscribers, answering anything desired. , Its agricultural department contains the best from all sources. It asks every intelligent man and woman to become a subscriber, because it stands up for the rights of the down-troddethe oppressed, and the weak against the strong ; being unawed by influence and unbrlbed by gain, and besides giving tbe best of everything from a literary standpoint, Is pledged to religon, liberty, and law. Sample copies sent on application. Address Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R, Co. 20. TIME SCHEDULE 3STO. Taking Ulfoct At 5:00 o'clck A. U. WednesdaT Jan. 4. '93 WHY? Because wo know y.our desire 8 in advance, having hecn through hundreds of such experiences in our timo and aro prepared to satisfy every ono of them. You tako "no chances when you buy of us. ' m irS V- - '. ia !Ff 63 Hound Traini Kail Bound Tram, Mall & Mall A Expr'a Kxpr'a Dally Dally 630pm 6 45 7 20 7 45am M STATIONS lv.Un'n Expr'a Kxpr'. 800 724 7 3.8 8 40 8 45 760 810 819 000 917 9 9 03 2)3 8 00 8 28 8 37 8 45 Dally Dally 9 lOprr 00 p't..ar Kentucky St. 12 45 855 8 20 Weat Point 12 05 1202pm 815 Howard nock Haven 1145am 8U0 760 Longllranch 1138 7 41 Ilrandenburir 1129 Our Interests are Yours. BAB ' OLOVERPORT, KY. , 1' Oat 9 44 952 10 (JO 10 US 9 30 863 869 908 912 910 Irvlngton Webater Lodlburg Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawcaville Pctrle Falcon Lewfsport Powers Patea Stanley Cayce Shops 1'lcrce Sample Kkron Guaton Hit H 02 1U63 1045 1035 1030 1023 1018 1015 10 01 1119 7 32 6 48 6 40 724 715 667 Oor. Wall & Elm Sts., 93.) 10(6 1011 1015 1023 10 41 9 47 9 68 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 1060 1100 1111 1118 1121 1129 1135 1162-- m 635 627 6 22 619 6 07 6 02 957 9 44 9 33 9 26 660 6 40 920 915 909 861 8 37 632 6 2.1 6 21 , BANK. HAEDINSBUEG OP 611 4 67 4 43 4 35 4 20 TIMES OPPIOB, CHICAGO, ILL, AWAY. dis-wif- Jack Fkost W.H?3ST A "Wo FnKczan makes ico cream in 30 Seconds. N 1263 1155pm 104 12C6am 111pm 12 1065 HOC 1118 1123 1123 1135 1142 1207pm 1216 1227 1232 Owcnsboro MattlnKly Griffith 827 813 803 Capital Stock 825 000. B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLEH, M. II. BEAUD, Cashier. 1230 1244 . 20am 1 25pm Ilaskctts 341 ar.Hendera'n lv 715am 330jm WorthinKton Heads Spottsvllle 80l 41) 4 765 7 45 7 37 7 29 412 05 353 360 $50c.G-IVE- - ! i want tho best ico cream that can bo made for our exhibit at tbe World's Fair. We will givve away 100 lack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons sending us n receipt and also for the best fifty receipts for ico cream received. To all others will bo sent n dtsk or pocket calendar for 1893 and a l'HI!M3JVT THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LIKE. 0. W. I1EAKD 1 MORRIS KSKRIDQK R. M. JOLLY. -- Dire tor (L. E. ABT.L. R. R.) INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO GO TO I - . - 0735a THE STATE. ICiipIoro 10 cents in stamps or silver to cover postage. Don't let this opportunity slip, you may never get another like it. WOIITII Sl.OO. St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. C. W. STONE'S STpRE AND ALL POINTS JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, 29 Murray Street, Now York. Do not allow yourself to be imposed oil by the many novel schemes, advertising new and uncough remedies; but stick to the tried old reliable, Dr. null's Cough Syrup, the unfailing cure for all affections of the the throat and chest. West and Time-Car- Ten miles South of Cloverport on theBowling Qreen road, and get Men's Boots at $2. 7 ft to $1.50 , Boys' Boots at 1.65 to 90 ct. Fbawls 1.00 to 50 " 6 to " Prints 5 " 60 to Men's shirts " 35 " i Other things correspondingly cheap. Will exchange goad for butter, eggs, feathers, hides, dried fruit, cblokens, eto. 0. W. STONE. d is Effect July 3!. IS92. 1 ii . . i jii i I Mr. Kico Jessie was washing his buggy in the middle of a pond, near Ensor, when the ico broke and both Jessie and the buggy camo near being lost. The grand jury at Catlettsburg has some of the most prominent society ladies in tho town for playing pedro for prizes. There is quito a stir tlicro among tbo 400. According to tbrco different accounts, Mr. Thos. Craig and Miss Emma Adair wero married at tbrco different places on tbo 25th ult., viz. Georgetown, Lexington nnd Long Lick, Sweet breath, sweet stomach, eweet temper, nil result from the uso of Do Witt's Littlo Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. Short & Hayncs, Cloverport; and Beard & Beeler, Hardlnsburg. An engineor on a work train on tbo Chesapeake & Ohio, went to sleep nnd caused n colission at Wollsburg. Ono man was killed, but unfortunately it was engineer. not tho sleepy-heade- d lire-plac- e, gray-haire- d well-know- 1 f -- v.., Small in size, great in results: De Witt's Littlo Early Risers. Best pills for Constipation, best for Sick Headache, best for Sour Stomach. They never gripe. Short AHaynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beol-e- r, Hardlnsburg, Ky. Henry Watte r ion, Editor, Mrs. J. A. Weavor, a good looking Best Democratic Papor Published. young Twidow, of Mill Springs, died of ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. heart disease in n Louisville assignation nest Condensed News, house. Sbo belonged to n good family licit Stories, Heat Miscellany. and was n prosperous milliner at Mill Ilest Woman's HAS THE Ilest Children's I'age, Springs. Sho'lmd gono to tho disreputaDepartment, llest Answers to Corresponble bouso to meet a "friend." dents Departments, Best Edltrrlals. Nothing so dislresslng as a hacking It gires away a valuable premium erery day for cough. Nothing so foolish ns to suffer the largest clnb reoelred. from it. Nothing so dangerous if allowed Sample copies of theWceMy Courier-Journwilt be aent free to uny address. Write to to continue. Ono Minuto Cough Curo gives itnmcdiato relief. Short & Haynes Courier-JournCo., Louisvillo, Ky. Cloverport, and Beard & Beoler, Hardins-burTUB Ky. BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Mr. Georgo II. Hardy, of Long Lick, ANU THE nnd Mrs. Fanny Clarkson, of Lebanon, Weekly Courier-Journwero married at the residenco of tho Will lie sent one year to any address for $1.75 brido. Mr. Hardy advertised for a wife Addrfta JNO. D. I1AI1HAOK, Cloverport, Ky. and out of tho many replies ho received, selected Mrs. Clarkson, Both are of he good families and well respected. al g, al fantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of tiio stomach and bowels, nnd all such disorders should bo corrected at once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. Va., saya : "Lightning Hot Drops is tbe best medicine I over used for pains j for cramps and colic in children, it can't bo beat. For flux, it is the king." Air. R. L. Blenkinship, of Tooley, W. Va., haBthistosay: "Last April Iliad an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels in less than two hours. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops nnd it relieved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tbo safest, surest, quickest remedy over compounded for each nnd nil of tho abovo complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external nnd internal, and is the best safeguard known to destroy tho evil effects of a chango of water or diet Pleasant to tako. r,fiwect-enechildron liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealors in medicine, at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on the guarantee: No rolicf, no pay. Try it onco. Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Made only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. d, Lv. Louisville 8:05 a. in. ..9:25 p.m...4:2J p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:20 pm ...6:46 a m Evansrllle 1:20 " 10:00p.m Kor further Information, oall on or address R. A. CAMPBELL, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, Evansrllle, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Loatsvllle.Ky City Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. Third & Main St,, Louisville, Ky. FURNISHED iiY S?. Len. G. Herndon & Co., SIXIW General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. During 1893 THE SUN will H. W. HERNDON, Manager. Reliable and prompt. Cash with every be of surpassing excellence sale. Consignments solicited. and will print more news and LOUISVILLE. KY., Jan. 24, 1693. more pure literature than Shippers should mark all packages P'alnlj.jinUBi.'-wltever before in its history. shipper's name and address, vTw- rpost-offic- i h e The Sunday Sun Js Choice, country Medium Common Creamery BUTTER. 10 11 10 18 ',..'28 EGOS. l U 30 tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in tho world. By Fresh Old Hens per lb Roosters POULTRY. 3032 '8 40 35 35 mall, $2 a year Springers - $6 a year Turkeys live Dally, by mall, Turkeys dressed per lb - $8 a year Daily and Sunday, by mall, FEATHERS. Prime, whito goose Mixed Old Price 5c. a copy, 2 75 to 3 25 3 to 4 6 to B "'A 12 AddressTHE SUN, New York. No. 25 25 1. duck SfFkf 50 Green, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skin d HIDES, 5H 6 25 2540 3'A($'A 8 80 30 25 20 15 14 i WOOL, Grease, fine Grease, coarse..,, Merino Burry and Cuts I , wharfs No, We quote price) 2 oats HAY. GRAIN. FEED. on Louisville city y OATS. 35 Strict choice Cholo No. 2 Oood Medium Good Bright Straw HAY. 38 . 1100 12 00 11 00 12 00. 9 00 10 00 4 60 M 6 60 CORN. Choice white Choice shelled 54 53 1 42 M) 48 Best Call th world tbo prioa. W. L Douglas allocs nro told ovorywnoro. Eaat Hound Trains everybody uhould wear them. It la a duty Wcstllound Trains Dally Dallv Dally UalTy yoa owe youreolt to get tbe beat value tor ex Sun, ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun, ex Sun your money. Eoonomlcelnyourtootwearby N0.6 No.l No. 2 No. f purobaalng W. L. DouglnsShooO.whloh 11 30.1.11 Lv IrvlriL'ton Ar 9S0im lopreaent tbe best value at tbe prions 12 10pm above, oa thousands can testify. Harneld 8 12 25 llarned 815 It3- - Take No Substitute JMr 12 42 Hnrilinsburg 760 None genuine without W. L. Beware of frnuil. atamped on US Kirk Douglas name 715 prlco bottom. look and for It when rou buy. W. Ij. Douglas, Broakton, Mass. Bold by I'oraaloby lluwmur A: lluinliliilnii, ISO 148 1115 W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTHtps (or Shoo In Lou!svI!le,Hadlnsburg&Western R. (. No. 2TIMF TAniF TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1801. ;. Jolly Rlendeane I)(!innstf.r Itockvalo Huth 703 6 CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! WE TELL YOU nothing new when-watate that It pars to engage in a permanent, moat healthy and pleasant uun. ness, that returna a nrotlt for cverv day'a work. Such la the butlncaa we olTer the working claaa. We teach them how to make money rapldlr, and Kuara'ntee erery one who follows our Instructions faithfully the making of 8300.00 a month. Kvery one who takes hold now and worka will surely and speedily incrrase their earnings; there can be no question about It; others now at work are dolus it. and you, reader, can do the same. This la the best paying business tbat you have ever had tho chance to secure. You will make a if) frave ralitake tbe 011 fall to give It a trial at once grasp situation, and act quickly, you will directly find yourself In a most prosperous business, at which you can surely make and save large sums of money. The resultaDf only a few hours' work wtll often equal a week's wages. Whether you are old or young, man or woman, It uo as we tell you, and suo. makes no difference, cess wilt meet you at tho very start. Neither experience or capital necetaary. Those who work for us nro rewarded. Why not write for full particulars, free ? V. 0. ALLEN a CO., Uox Mo. 4X0, Augusta, Me Cloverpuri, Ky. 2 15pm 260 302 314 32U ar Kallsftouclilv Aaklns 634 664 629 lam IN BERLIN. 4 Sclcntlflo American Agcnoy foi" 400pm ArFordavillel.v Oali 6 21 Km 4 45am De-Wit- t's is Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Foundod. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Berlin, 03 cases nnd 10 deaths being reported. Just now, when an ppldomio of Asiatic cholora is among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles an importance boyond tbo ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in as-su- rofjyiJilllia'l'IljiL!ajiimssa CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DE8ICN PATENTS. COPVRIQHTS. n. Pm Information and f reo Handbook writs to MUNN X CO- - Sdl lluoiuWAr, NKW VOIIK. Oldest bureau for securing patcnta In America. Krcry patent taken outbr ua la brought befnro tho publlo Ij a notice glroa Ireo of chargo la tho Ti ft.' tear-stain- 1 m KfJai m 1 i Sftiwtifiit Mtxkim "V I Largest circulation of any sclentlfla paper In the world., tiplcnuidir Illustrated. No intelligent man should be without 1L Weekljr.S3.IJO.sj yeari suuslx months. Address UIJNN (t 00 i'UMJSUEiu, atil llrcadiray, iwVortUty. 'Fv' ii i .WjstaaW