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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893021501_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 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL. XVII. CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1893. ftWay,'8iuni"Baid Hondrccus Canady, buckling to ono of Major Korr's limp legs. .. "Ay, nyl" rejoined Galsworthy, on his sido boosting bravely at tho lubberly carcass of tha prisoner, whllo Iko Van Wart held tho rant pony's head. "Seoms to mo theso Britlghor's got drunker when thoy'ro drunk thon wo do." "Wo'ro so full of tho spirit of 1770," rejoined tho root doctor's son, "that no other kind of spirit can plcaso ns." "Cooduchor tako summuddy elsh, now, boy8hi" boosily entreated poor Kerr. "Shrenry Clldn wantsh inc." Ah, major! Sir Henry must contlnna to want you. Nobody listens to your deteriorated king's English, and no moro of it shall bo hero repeated. "Wo havo not a moment to lose," said Major Skorrott. "Wo must not let our success grow cold. I hovo my prisoner, Mr. Brothortoft, and yonr daughter is with you. Eaoh of us will tuko caro of his own. For tho first ten miles wo had bettor soparnto. I, with our friend tho major, will mako a dash along the straight rood, and you will take to the bypaths and tho back country, ns wo agreed; If thoro is ntiy chaso it will bo after ub, nnd wo can all fight. 1 will givo you churgo of nil tho non combatants. Voltairo, yon and your family will travel with your master." "Yes, sir,' says Voltairo, "wo noror want to sco this houso again so long as sho's thero. Tho womon will come in tho morning, and thoy can cut her loose." t ! NO. 30. 3 4 : Iryington Milling Edwin Brothertoft. nv EDWIH 'nolst COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. Morcliant and Custom Millers, WINTHR0P. Copyright, l8o,by United States Hook Compinj mid publlshad by special arrangement with them. SYNOPSIS. PAUT I Edwin nrolhertoftjhelr to a manor on the lludton, Is left an urphan with the manor heavily mortgaged to the llillop etate. lie goes to New York city to seek his fortune. CM AT TKIt IV Janu llillop, the llillop heiress, gains V The an Interview with young Ilrothertnft. llillop and llrothcrtoft fortunes are united by on a colonial marriage, VI llrothcrtoft goes mission to Kngland. Mrs. llrothcrtoft suicuiubt lllrth ol a to angiomania and longs for a title daughter, Lucy, and return home. VII The report ol redcoats, manor house becomes the llrothertott la at last exiled by wile and daughter He loins the patriots. I'AIIT 11 Major I'eter Skerrett, aid to Gen-crWashington, arrives at General l'utnam's Kit III Skerrett volunteers to lead a party to "cut out" Captain Kerr, a redcoat, who la a guest at llrothertolt manor. IV Kdwln llroth-erioIiiami as bergcant Lincoln, Is among Skerrstt's men. A .servant from the. manor, Voltaire, brings news to camp. V Mrs. designs that Lucy shall marry Captain VII VI Lucy Is anxious to escape. Kerr. Skerrett takes Voitaire Into the plot to capture Kerr and rescue Lucy. VIII Jlcrck Uewiil an old manor hand, is Skerrett's guide, I'AHT III liedcoats are at llrotuertoft manor Voltaire prepares lor Lucy's flight to the Klsh-ki- ll camp. Chapters V and VI Dotting below stairs at the manor. Lucy's wedding outrit. VII party reaches the manor. Major Skerrett' IX Sker-rcVII Jlerck Ucwitt gets Intoxicated. manor house In disguise utid disenters the arms Cap'aln Kerr. X Dcwitt raids the wine cellar at the manor. XI Mrs. llrothertolt discovers the intruders and gives the alarm. XII Mrs. llrothcrtoft and XIII Kerr is secured. shoots her husband and Is left bound and helpless in the mansion. XIV llrothcrtoft recovers Lucy safe. The party leave the manor. ft, Ilruth-ertoft lt Grain Dealers and Manufacturers St WW w. IV iJ W jip of the Highest G&ades m IB aw m m o o 1 m Wi patilotcampatl'ishkill-on-the-lludso- CHAP-- I ft IsiigSMiaaiswjsW AlawaWarasaSaWaWab. lilstTutToa ns,guTao nnd JetTiis thoughts confuso him again. Tho moment ho began to review the events of tho evening with n sobered brain ho grew suddenly troubled. Ho halted whoro tho forest ceased on tho ridgo and tho two baro mouuds with tho low cedar appoared against tho sky. Ho paused thoro nnd lot Voltairo over-tak- o him. This was tho third night of that old brovo's trovols. Tho presont paco was telling on him. Ho was puflltig loud nnd long as ho stopped at Jiorck s signal. Tho others passed on np tho ridgo. Tho whlto mnro becamo n spot of light hi tho open. " Voltairo," whlspored . Jierck, " I didn't soo tLrt mistress around when wo loft tho manor. Do you know what was dono with hor?" "Whero was you, that you didn't boo?" asks Voltairo, taking and yielding air in great gasps between overy word. "Nover mind that! What bocanio of flbnto M- - IBIi I tit Ikit! "Come," sliu Biilu; "siiow 1.10 (Tio wnj tho shorteot way. I will follow my father." TER XVII. Edwin Brothertoft camo galloping up to tho flames. Had ho won tills race, with 11 lifo for its prize? Tho innddrned mnro toro forward ns if sho would leap in among tho loud riot there. Firo everywhere! A mob of arrogant, roaring, frenzied flames possessed tho cellar and tl.d ground floor. Each window, so long 11 peaceful entrnnco for sunbeams, now glowed with light within or thrust out great cruel blades of firo, striking at darkness. Firo sheathed the b.iso of tho turret Agllo flames wero climbing up its sides, nnd littlo playful flashes seized tho creepers that ovorlnmg Lucy's window nnd, clinging to theso, peered In through tho 'panes, looking for such diet as thoy craved. Tho husband turned tho corner of ho houso nnd galloped up to tho window that window whero nn hour ago ho had stood gazing nt tho proud, hateful faco of tho woman ho loved so bitterly. Tho white horso nud its rider looked In nt tho window. And this is what tho ono quick, comprehensive glnnco of horror showed them, ns a draft of nir dragged tho smoko nwny; Opposite, on tho wall, tho two heads of tho plcturo wero just yielding to tho flames around them. Littlo buds of flnuio wero sprouting through tho floor, littlo tendrils wreathing doors nnd drawing n closer circlo about tho figure at tho center. Thero sho snt as if this scono was prepared to illuminate her beauty. A gust of nir lifted tho smoko liko n curtain, and thoro bIio was sitting, hor black hair towering nbovo her pnlo forehead, her whlto arms bound to tho chair .nnd tho red lightof her diamond resting upon hor whlto bosom. Tho smoko had half suffocated her. But sho was revived by tho sudden flood of nir as 11 burned door gavo way. Sho turned towi.rd tho window. Did her spirit tell her that tho heart sho had wounded, was thoro? Sho lif fed hor head as hor husband dashed forward, nnd it seemed to him thnt nmid nil tho snarling nnd roaring of tho flames ho could hear hor moan, "Help, Edwin! neln!" (To bo Continued.) THREE-CHAPfeo-bio i OF P , "u-C-i follow myuflrr." M horr "Why you know (puff) (gasp) n plutol (explosion that sho fired nnd sigh) ut .' -- OF fcr-- Roller Process . s &X sir &i 7? r? 5V ft pe . irk : K5 J? Vr '. ' '" kf : SI16 lcarfcd cautiously oror tho balustrade find beheld tho sccno in tho hall. A sickening sight for n daughter to seol A strange bcouo in that proud and orderly housol Outward decorum, at least, had always reigned thero. Evil had now, at last, undorgono its natural development into violence. Palo and shivering with excitement, X. but conscious of n newborn sense of justice, and an inexornblo hardness of heart against guilt, Lucy loaned forAmple capital, tho best quality ward and saw her mother struggling with tho two men. Sho saw tho alarmed negroes. Sho saw tho gentleman, of- - grain and modorn machinery, whom sho identified nt n glunco as tho and skillfully handled enable us to pro- expected hero,ordered heard his gravo voice as ho Plato to mako her horso ready and Voltairo to seek unsurpassed. duce results herself. S "A dreadful end of all this sorrow Orders promptly filled and careand sin!" sho heard him say. Lucy repeated tlieso words to herself to ful attention given in a whispor. "A dreadful endl What 'does ho mean? 1 do not sco my father. CUSTOM WORK. Can it bo? Did sho firo tho shot? lias sho murdered tho body ns sho has dono For any further information call her lest to kill tho soul?" Lucy sprang down tho stairs by Voltairo and into tho dining room. on or address the Thero sat Major Kerr, driveling entreaties to his impassivo sontry. And on tho floor, with a stream of blood flowing over ids tcmplo and- clotting his gray hair, lay a man hor father: COMPANY. Sappho was moaning over him. Lucy flung her aside, almost fiorcoly. Sho crushed her own great' cry of anKY. guish. Sho knelt by him and lifted tho roverend head with her arms. And so it happened that when Edwin Brothortoft, stunned by a sharp blow from a glanced bullet and by his heavy fall, in a moment camo to himself and unclosed his oyes, ho saw his daughter's face hanging over him and folt hor arms about his neck. Her tender arms embracing him hor lips'nt his. Ah, moment of doar dolightl whon Hfo renowed perceived that lovo wa thero to welcome it and baptizo iU birth with happy tears! Hero Jierck Oowitt appeared upon tho Roller Process "Woll, your mastor will sottlo that Until Miss Lucy is out of danger you must nil sUsybyhcr. Whoro's Jiorck Dowitt?" Ooxri HEoal Bran, Shipstuff and PBBI "Here, sir," said Jierck from behind Volanto. "Yon'vo doccived mo and been drinking, Jierck."' "I havo, major," tho repentant man repliod. "I saw my wlfo going by, and everything crow so block that I had to firo up a littlo or I should havo stuck u knifo into mo. But I'm all right now. Trust mo onco inoro!" "1 must! Go with tho lady. Bring her safo through, and I will forget that you havo forgotten yourself." Tho two parties separated with "Good-by- , God speed!" Major Skorrott only waited till ho saw ho pumpkins of tho Fishkill plain, lying solitary or sooial, and turning up their, cheeks to tho cool saluto of wan and waning Luna, Thon ho gavo his prisoner to Van Wart and Galsworthy, to bo, put to bod at Putnam's quarters, nnd himself, with Hondrccus, turned back to meet tho fugitives. Let us now traco thorn on their flight from. Brothortoft manor. PAUT THREE-CHAPT- mastor, nnd overybody thought (wheeze) that sho'd shot him dead." Hero Voltairo took in n gallon or so of night nir, and dellvorod it slowly back by tho pint in tho form of n chain of clouds, ns white ns if thoy camo from tho lungs of n puro Caucasian. Tills speech explained half tho mystery to Jierck. His curiosity scorned to become moro troublesome Ho continued anxiously, "Yes, yes, I know," which ho did not until this momont "But what was dono with her afterward. 1 was outsido doing my part thero." "You was outside, was you?" says Voltairo, slowly recovering flnonoy. "Woll, I guess thoy wanted you insido." "A man can't be In two places at onco. What did thoy want mo for?" "Them two boys tho root doctor's son nnd Samuel Galsworthy is as spry an any two boys I evor Bee. Mighty spry and strong nnd handy boys thoy is; but thoy had a most n orkud job with mistress, sho tearing nnd scratching so. Thoy wanted another hand bad; but thoy got through and fixed hor up right at PART I PRESENT APPEARANCE LEVI'S 1 1L New house, Third and Market, Louisville. It was to have been dono nnd ready for occupation this spring which can't now bo dono of courso. THE DELAY IS SERIOUS. serious thnt there's but ono way out of the difficulty now being experienced in Temporary Quarters, 321 West Market We've ordered $100,000 worth of Spring Stock. If wo Wero to put it in before clenning out entirely tho Btock on hnnd thero wouldn't bo room to turn round. So we've cut prices to .So JMft . .11 " A H 'ifl MAKE THINGS GO, . last" ER XV. IRVINGTON MILLING - IRVINGTON, "Fixed her! How?" "What you in such an orful hurry about? Let a man tako breff , won't you?" "Yes; but speak quick! What did thoy do with hor? Is sho loft there?" "Lcff thar!" says Voltairo, relapsing Into full patois. "Whar would doy leavo her? Sho's dono tied up in n big nrmcheer In do parlor. An dnr sho'll stay all dls brcssod night, joss liko tnr-ko- y truss up fur to bo roost" And ho gavo a littlo, triumphant chucklo, thnt seemed to rcmomber old cruelties ho had suffered at hor hands. Jiorck mado no nnswor. no secmr-to need breath as much as tho negro. Ho gavo n littlo gat-- and sprang up tho hillsido. Puzzled, Voltairo followed slowly nf tor. Whllo they talked, tho others had climbod to tho top of tho ridgo nud halted to rest whero tlio oldcedar stood bar'" ring tho way. Jiorck Dowitt camo panting up to the nnd cut deeper this time thnn over before. This means on EVERYTHING Clothing, lints nnd Furnishing Goods. Tho town is wild over our prices. The whole country is after our good tilings. You como ! If you can't como, send n moil order, with cash. Good's will como by return express, nnd after examination if you want your monoy bark, all you've got to do is to send hack tho clothes to LEVY'S REMEMBER 321 WEST MARKET, LOUISVILLE, KY. M i 'A vm&smmBmn Jp-5- 3 SS&SCSS--&aS- f jfAJ IF YOU ARE COL WE CAN H Q m D (0 A I summit Ho turned and glanced hastily over tho hazy breadth of slumbering landscape below. Belts of mist lay in tho littlo valleys. Beyond was tho rivor, n broad, white pathway, liko n void and beyond again tho black heaps of tho mountains westward. Hero and thero in tho vnguo a dot of light marked a farmhouse. Tho lanterns of tho British frigntos wero to bo soen twinkling liko reflections of stars in water. It may havo been fancy, but in the silenco Lucy thought that she heard tho fat away sound of tho Tnrtnr's bell striking four bolls, ten o'clock, nnd her consorts responding. Jiorck continued peering intently into tho dark. His soeming alarm communicated itself to tho party. . "What is ltT'snid Brothertoft "Do you foar pursuit?" "No," whlspored Jierck. His monosyllnblo Bent a shiver to all their hearts, Thero was a veiled scream in this single word a revolution of some terriblo pania awaiting thorn. "I must soo farthor," resumed Dowitt in tho snino curdling tono, nnd ho sprang np tho mound on tho right Edwin Brothortoft, impressed by this strange terror, followed. Ho was within a dozen feet of tho summit nnd its wider reach of view whon Jiorck leaped down nnd seized him tight by both shoulders. Jierck caught breath. Then, with his faco close to tho other's "My Godl" ho hissed, 'Tvo set tho house on firo. Wo'vo loft that woman thero, tied, to burn to . doath." READ THE GOOD MEWS sccno. 1 GREAT MARK i? L y J DOWN k- SALE AT GEO. YE&KEl & COS Throughout our ontiro establishment, in viow of tho fact that wo have just closed ono of tho most successful years in our existence, wo have determined to mako a clean sweep of what remains of Woolen Goods of all description. Tlioso who aro not in immediate need will do well to purchaso for tho future Men's Boots for $1.75 . worth $2.75 1.50 1.24 " " 2.00 1.75 - Ono lot of Men's and Boys' Boots $1.00 worth $1.50 to $2.50, going at 'Ono lot of Lad's Shoes worth $1.25 to $1.75, going for 70c. Men's Overcoats for $12.00, worth $18.00 " ' 0.08, " ' 15.00 i . 0.08, " 10.00 Goods marked for half price on our J! t Bargain Counters. Geo. Yeakel & Co., ITCHING PILES BRANDENBURG, KY. tttV..- .. v V. $,! , PILES ITMPTOMa-JiMManl SWAYNFfi UaUu abolutbi.y ocioa. umimuii tmM UMH ht U. U ft tpn4 Um. Nin fc. r Ubltj4J4, Alarm had fallen upon him liko water on n tipsy pato under a pump. Ho was sober enough to porcoivo that ho must justify his ontsidership and mako Hs desertion forgotten. Ho lookod through tho window, took his cno and then bustled forward officiously. Ho spoko, to bo sure, with a burr and trod as if tho floor woro undulating gayly beneath him; but why may not hasto and eagerness mako tonguo and feet trip? "Hooray, Ikol" cries he; "I'vo mado nil right outside. Plato's just bringing out your horso, miss. - Thank you for looking after tho sergeant, miss," continued Jiorck, blundoring down on his knees besido Mr. Brothurtoft. "How do you find yourself, sorgoant? Oh, you'll do. Only n littlo lovo tap tho ball gave you. A drop of rum capital thing, rum, always a drop on n bit of brown paper, stuck on tho scratch, and you'ro all right Feel a little sick with tho jar, don't you? Ves. Well, wo inupt get you outsido into tho nir. Now, thon, mako n lift. Thank you, miss. Now, again. Why, sorgeant, you'ro til most as steady on your pins as 1 am. Now, miss, youhold him on that side, and horo I am on this, stiff as tho lord chancellor. Think you can stop over the window sill, sergeant? Well dono! And hero wo aro, out in tho fresh airl And hero's tho boy with tho horso. All right! All right, major; horo wo aro waiting for you 1" The last was said to Major Skorrott, who came hurrying out after them. "You nro not badly hnrt, thank God!" bo said, grasping his friend's hand, "No," repliod tho othor, still fooblo with tho shock, "heavon dooa not permit such horror. What havo you dono with hor?" "1 havo loft hor confined in tho parlor. Wo bound her thoro as tenderly as might bo. Sho cannot sudor in person at all." "1 snpposo I had bettor tako your word .for it." "You must. Womustiiot dally a Sonio straggler may havo heard tho pistol shot and bo on our track. Now, boys, mount tho mojor on his pony." "My tlanghtor, Skerrett; you will givo hir your hand for good will," said tha father. In tho hazy night sho could but faintly sco hor paladin, and ho her. There was natimo for thanks and compliments. No timo for Lucy to search for tho ono look with all tho woman In it, and tho ono word with nil tho woman in it, that might express hor vast pmaion of gratitude. Sho guvo him hor hand, containing at least ono lobe of hor heurt Ha prossSd it hastily, nud pa certainly a portion of his heart also was in his itohn, thero may havo' boon nn oxohango of lobojB. in tho hurry, .. mo-mo- "My Owl" ho hUtcd, "I've set the house on fire." Tho othor party of fugitives took u moro circuitous ronto, to tho cast, through that scantily peoplod region. Volanto stoppod proudly along, pricking np hor earn to rocognizo familiar bugbears and to question strange stocks nnd stones, whother they wero "mich-in- g malicho" to horsoflcsh. Brothortoft walked by his daughter's sido. Only now and thon in their hur-rlo- d march could ho tako her hand nnd spoak and hear sonio word of tender lovo. But iho consciousness in each of tho other's presence and tho knowlodgo of tho new-birtof tho holiest of all the holy affections between them wero sufficient A vague bliss involved them ns thoy hurriod through tho dim night. And both evaded tho thought of that hato thoy had left behind that embodied hate, helpless and nlono, at Brothortoft manor. Tho negroes trotted along, babbling comically togothor. Jierck Dowttt led the way in silenco. "1 shall noverdaroto faoo Major Skorrott again if I don't bring theso people straight through," so ho thought "I nm just sober enough to walk my chalk if I pin my oyes to it If I Jook nt anything olso or think of anything elso tills path'll go to zigzagging and splitting up into squirrel tracks and climbing up trees. Old Voltairo says he don't know theso back roads very well. If I loer-thtrack wo shall bo nowhoro." Tho region a milo back from tho river was mostly forest thon, with scattered Clearings. Often tho courso of our fugitives was moroly n wood rood, or a cow path, or an old trail Thoro wero giant boles, stopping tho way and prono trunks barricading It Thoro wero bogs and thloketn to avoid. It Is 'jowildoring business to travel through a forest in tho dark. Jiorck Dowitt know this woll. Ho did nofc distract his nttoutlon with talk or recalling tho nrenta of tho evening. Ho hold tight with all his oyos and all his wlta to tho track, commanding It not to or mcandor. This sovoro application steadied Ms brain. Ho slowly sobered. Tho flno fumes of his potations of Brothertoft Madeira in tho collar exhaled. The coarser gases of rum from tho paternal jug split their exit through tho sutures of his skull. It seemod n moment, it seomod a millennium, it was an hour whon tho party reached tho f.oot of Codnr ridge, almost throe miles from tho manor house. Cedar ridgo is a famous lookout "What yon cannot seo'f rom thero Js not worth seolng," sny tho nolghbors. It rises somo throo hundred feet nbovo tho krvol of tho river and survoys highland north, uplands and lowlands south, with Jauusliko vision. Spch a landmark attained without error, Jierck Dowitt began, to feel'so-curHo could relax his strict attcn- h di-vl- A Good Public Road Scheme. That muddy, Jditchlcss, hateful public road that thero is so much chatter about just now, is attracting no littlo attention. S3 Later on, when n littlo rain comes with With ono of our tho thnwing through of this mother earth, and ono of our economizing financiers, tho promoters of increasing n county's wcllfare, shnll start out on a journoy with a wngon loaded with a few chicks, eggs, butter, tho old lady and a fow children, what kind of a plan do you think lie would ndvlso thnt honorable) body, tho County Court, to proceed to ndopt to benePrices liko tho weather below fit such nn awful state of our public thoroughfares? My idea is that on tho first morning of tho assembling of this court, that thoro would bo a motion by ono put to tho court, seconded by ton, SKiiJ that this court mako nn appropriation of such an amount as ill necessitate us to add 5 cents tax on tho hundred dollnrs' worth of taxablo property in tho county or for tho purposo of buying rather ono for each magisterial district in tliis county. If tho sum is in oxcess of tho cost of tho graders, it should go towards working tho rocky places in tho road. And I will say thnt If any of them havo at work on a pubover seen n lic road, it would pass at onco nnd tho OLOVERPORT, KY. graders would be ordered. Then, gracious goodness, what n vnstimprovnmcnt XVI. PART THREE-CHAP- TER thero would boinourronds. After eleven Edwin Brothortoft shook off tho man's graders had been worked a littlo while, clutch of horror and stared southward. tho compliments from tho property-holder- s A dull glow, like tho lightof moonriso besides, tho blessings and through mist, was visible closo to tho from tho poor laborers, who havo to keep dark lino of tho horizon. tho road up anywny, would put bucIi Instantly, as ho looked, tho glow deo)-eno- vigor into tho bones of overy 0110 of thoso The black mass of the manor magistrates thnt upon their next meeting julip with houso appeared against tho light. Tho they would vote u nicu mint tho public compliments nnd thanks from firo must bo in tho rear and below. An thoroughfares of tho county. Just try it alarm gun from tho frigate camo boom- onco, gentlemen, so thnt you can say thnt Vox weaving picket and wire fence to tha pnss ing through tho silenco. yoij havo mado nn appropriation onco remly set in the field. Not excelled. ty any lor and perfect rods Whllo they stood paralyzed Edwin that thero was nover heard any grumbl- ense, speed ho woven. work. J'orty to sixty three The wire Tor a uiluycjn double strand picket fence can bo bought for 9 Brothortoft sprang down from tlw ing about. A Meade County FAnsiEit. (Suarantecd to Rive perfect to is cents pur rod. mound, toro his daughter from tho sad-dlsatisfaction, lteferencet Citizens' National A L'orxl active acent Mansfield, Onto. Hank, and was mounted hlrasolf quick as wanted In every county and township In the i WARM YOU 0 CD Heating tove$ ZERO. Lo -- i Miw flFl road-grader- .j PAYNE & CO. t road-grad- &tSStfr&&ba&!r3&g&& SffffiMfflfflflBBBBB j. v1 d. The Garrett Fence Machine. pa, r r-rf "X t thought "I must savo hor!" lw cried; "yonr o. mothor, ray wlfo!" Ho was gono. A momont thoy could boo tho white horso, ltfco a flash of light, as sho flung Aown tlw brcaknock liillsldo. Thon sho lonpod into tho mist, nnd a momont moro thoy could hear hor hoofs clattering. Thoy stood nppnllod opd Bpoechlces. Heartbeat by hoaftboat U'soomeU that tho firo grow intensor. All tho world was blotted out for tho gazers, oxocpt that ono red spot, liko n displaced moonriso, far to tho southward. Firo was not master yot Who could say? Only throo long miles. Ho might savo hor. Othor succor might como. Lucy gavo ono moro look into that ocean of mist whero sho know her fathei was struggling. Thon, quick but quiet, she efiiiedjjoor Jierck Dewitt'a arm. PROMPT RELIEF diarrhoea, nausea, and dizziness, take United States. Rood wages and easy work Will sell one machine at wholesale where I have no agent. Also wire and other fencing material nt wholesale. Illustrated circular and term free. Address S. H. GARRETT, raleutee and Manufacturer, For biliousness, J.O.B0UHNK, JUiuinUold, Ohio. J. M. HARPER, DANIEL BROOKS Ayer's Pills the best family medicine, purely vegetable, Every Dose Effective BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. .LOUISVILLE, f v kY.; ,, Vf "s .. f! .tUllcCU. IV bettor of him on tho floor of tho lato Senator B. 11. Hill, of GeorWEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1893. gia. It miiBt bo admitted however, that Mr. Hill's advantaga was in tbo facta and figures involved in tho controversy, and not n Bill Said to bo a In tho dramatic greatness of his oratory. The Mr. Blaino's valedictory as Speaker of Lie on Its Faco, Opprossivo and, tho House was as striking nnd unique in its way as Mr. Lincoln's Gettysburg oration, nnd tho memory of his impartiality so impressed tho Democrats that England will Bomo Day Own the they wero oven moro domonstratlvo in their enthusiasm than wero tho Republi-can- s. Sandwich Island, Unless We See Timo has dimmed tho shadows That She Don't. that wore thought to hang over his legislative career, and of James G. Blaine, Scenes in (he Hoimo and Smo dee'd, tho ptoplo aro disposed to think Individual mention. and say only that which is good. 8. S. T. Sen-nto-t- v5 WBS "PT Breckenridge News. 1 Fifty Years Ago He Was secrated Archbishop. Con- Washington News. Anti-Optio- u 1 fc A TTISE AND MERCIFUL TONTIFF. , lie I Ilecog--DUeCnllfhtened nnd Prop-eMlrethe Molt llomnrkablo DiplomaM tist of the Tretent Er Wlit II If Liberal rollcy Aecomplli lied In Holland and Leo the Peacemaker Will He nil Xame In Hlitory. lOoprrlsht, 1050, bf American Press Associa-- Del-glu- in tion. From our ipecUt Correspondent. "Washington, Feb'y 10, 1803. n bill has passed the SenThe ate, but just what It is, Is not certain. Scnatoi Walcott,of Colorado, whoso resonant voice fills tho chamber most pleasingly, said of it, "It is a lio upon tho face, more immoral than tho practices it alms Its at, opprcssivo and author, Senator Washburn, and ita sworn supporter, Senator Sherman, sat almost of this speech, suggestwithin finger-ta- p ing by their deep intcresjjn tho measAn ure a "nigger in tho wood-pile.- " amendment punishing by heavy fine any combination having for ita aim tho lowering of tho pricoof agricultural product was promptly voted down. Yet tho jtopu-liSenator and mnny Democrats and Rcpulhani from tho Granger States supported t at at least a move In tlm right direction, and as promising better things to come. Some favored it as a blow at gambling. Work upon the appropriation bill is being pushed this week, but the IIouso is a noMey, unwieldy body. It is growing too larce for rapid work, and good order is hard to maintain. A local paper suggests the removal of the desks, so as to stop writing and newspaper reading during sessions. Tho scheme, however, was tried once, thirty odd years ago, but was of short duration. The diplomatic ripple over the Sandwich Wands' affair has not been as profound as was at first expected. Many ancxation ah a matter of policy, and not on account of any objections on the part of governments who may covet the plum themselves. England is a professional pirate, and wants the earth. She has a large share of it, and will some day own tho Sandwich Islands, unless we see to it that she don't. The contest for tho Senatorship from Wisconsin, between Congressmen Mitchell and Bragg, has resulted in favor of the younger and richer man, but as both are deservedly popular with tho Democratic party, tho tears shed for tho defeat of the gallant Bragg arc in a measuro compensated for by tho joy over tho election of Mitchell. Oiih of the most striking men in apy is Mr. pearance in tho Senate Camden, the successor of tho late Senator Kenna, of West Virginia. His white hair, 1 is smooth, ruddy face, and his commanding appearance would render him h man of mark in any assembly. His tolh'i-g'ie- , Mr. Faulkner, is a youngish man, with a "quick, devlish" manner about him, butfine looking withal. Looking down from the reporter's tho Senate looks changed years ago, from what it was thirty-tw- o when An ly Johnson was electrifying tho ation by his fuliniuations against treason nnd traitors. As I remember tho scene tvii, there were more dark heads in tin I'haniber, and fewer bald ones than now. Hut, one sees now on the Democratic Mile n ery striking figure who was then in oven more striking figure in the othor nd of the capital. Ho was then servii j. hii first term in tho IIouso. His tall, ' mi i aiding figure and splendid shod f i.nbiirn hair thrown back from his f 'i jIh od in true Jacksouian stylo, im I inch observed. The figure is tnndi that ' ' i ntor Vnorln' s of Indiaua.port- nnti-optiost op-poto-dagal-16- ry ) Resolutions Adopted by Pleasant Hill Baptist Chnrch, Jan. 7th, 1893. Whereas, on account of tho serious and protracted illness of his wife, it has becomo necessary that our beloved Brother, Eld. A. N. Whittinghill, should removo from his liomeatMcDanicls, and from this community, and whereas, wo wish to publicly express our symoathy for them in their affliction, und our appreciation of them and of their labors during their sojourn with us, therefore years havo elapsed sinco tho consecration of Leo XHJ ns archbishop of Damlctta In partibus infedellum on tho ovo or his departure lor urnssois, to tho court of which ho had been appointed as nuncio. Ills nomination to this exceedingly difficult post, wldch created universal snrpriso In consequence of his youth, was tho personal act of Popo Greg- - Jnst 60 bolt, llwAud First, That wo declare our warmest sympathy for Sister Whittinghill, who wo bellovo has shortened her days by her Incessant efforts to help her husband extend the victories of tho Cross; and that during her stay among ussho has shown herself to bo an efficient helper of her husband in tho gospol, an earnest, 'patient and excellent woman, worthy to be esteemed in tho highest degree by all who knew her, and to he forever loved and cherished in our memory for her noble work and blessed influence in our midst. lletohcd Second, That wo commend Brother Whittinghill for tho good work ho has done during the more than five years ho has served as pastor of our church, and for tho good record ho has made during tbo nearly seven years of his stay among us, as a good citizen, an exemplary christian gentleman and as an earnest nnd efficient worker in building up churches and raising funds for the erection of houses of worship, for which he has a special talent. Wo commend him, also, for his unfailing attentions to Ids aillictcd wife, and deeply sympathizo with him in his sorrow on her behalf. llewhtd Third, That a copy of these resolutions bo sent to tho BitECKENnmaE News and tbo Western Recorder for publication. Heshy Butler, Moderator, pro tern. Jxo. E. Mercer, Clerk, pro tem. The senior proprietor of this paper has been subject to frequent colds for some years, which wero sure to lay him up if not doctored at once. Ho finds that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is reliable. It opens tho secretions, relieves tho lungs nnd restores tho lungs to n healthy condition. If freely used as soon as the cold has been contracted, and before it has become settled in the system, itgrcatly lessens tho attack and often cures in a single day what would otherwise have been a severe cold Northwestern Hotel Reporter, Des Moines, Iowa. 25 and BOct. bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher, druggist. ENGLISH AS SHE IS SPELLED. How a Child Touched Bottom in a Matter of Confusing Orthography "Spell toes," said tho mother, who was teaching her little daughter, seven ytars old, to spell, says the Now York Times. answered the child. "No, dear, that's not right. spells toes." ' But it sounds like "I know it, but you cannot go by the bound." Then, in order to enforce this proposition, tho mother called on her daughter to spell froze. said tho child. "No, you're wrong again. This tune wo do use the z and spell tbo word ," tio-z-," Effit fill HKVATOK VOORIIKhS. ly and grizzled by time, but still a man of splendid and commanding presence. Jufrt .is my letter of last week passed out of iny hands, tho news flashed every-wher- o 'Blaino is dead!" Hardly sinco tho detth of Lincoln has Washington been so stirred by tho death of anyone Of couiso there is no comparison between tho feeling then and now, any moro than between tho two men. Blaino had a singular hold upon the hearts of tho people, hut his standing with tho upper stratum of politicians was aptly illustrated by tho gentleman who said that ho loved 00 per cent, and hated 10 per cent, of him. Ten por cent, covered all that was not admirable in the man. Ho was grandly just nnd beautifully generous as Speaker of tho Ilonse. Ho was generous as well as brilliant in debate, and novcr tired of honoring tho only man who over got tho !" grunted tho child. "Now, spell rose," said tho mother. Tho child hesitated. Finally slut cud: "I don't know whether to say or and really, I don't know that cither way would bo right." "Spell it said tho mother "though thero is another word pronounced just like it that's spelled That word is tho name of tho spawn of fishes." Tho poor littlo ,'child looked very miserable. "Jnst ono moro word," said tho mother. "Tell mo how you spoil blows." "Well," said tho child, who had quito enough nonsense, as she viewed it, from her mother, and had suddenly mado up her mind to pay back in kind, "I spoil it three wnyH. I spell it for breakfast, for dinner, and for supper." "I spell it all tho time," Baid tho mother. Tho child said nothing for n minuto or two, then, looking up, sho solemnly remarked : "I think, ninmmit, that tho English language was mado for persons very, very well educated." "Huh For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of Bay City, Mich., accldontly spilled scalding water over her littlo boy. Sho promptly applied Do Witt's "Witch Ilazol Salve, giving instant relief. It's n wonderfully good salvo for burns, bruises, sores, nnd n euro euro for piles. Short & Haynes, Clovcrport aud Beard & Bcolor, Hardins-hurg- , Ky. "Buck" is Making His Mark. Lawyer II. T. Kondall leaves next Saturday for Frankfort whero ho and Judgo W. P. D. Rush will nrguo before tho Court of Appeals, tho coso of tho trusd tees of Elizabethtown against tho Ohio railroad. Mr. Kondall Is ono of tho best lawyers in Kentucky and is enjoying a fino practice Ilnrdln Independent. Chcsa-peakoan- JAUES a. 1JLAINK, way tho services which Joachim Pccci had rendered as twntiiicnl dolegato and governor of Perugia. Tho latter, until tho arrival thero of young Pecci, had been regarded ut a hotbed of discontent and revolution. Ceforo ho had been thero long ho observed that tho only access to tho town which is built upon a mountain side was by meaiiH of n steep nnd precipitous path, fit only for foot passengers, nssea nnd mules. Accordingly ho immediately set to work to construct n broad carriage road of easy gradient In its stead. With such energy and vigor did ho push forward tho operations that, when n few months later Popo Gregory visited tho town, ho was nblo to drivo up right to tho very door of tho cathedmj in his carriage Moreover, tho pontlDTwas greeted by tho poptilnco with tho most extravagant demonstrations of loyalty, and all signs of that hostilo disposition for which tho Perugians had until then been notorious wero conspicuous by their absence Gregory rightly attributed this to tho young governor's entorpriso in opening up tho now road, nnd thereby infusing fresh blood and prosperity into tho town, and it was ns n reward for his services in this connection that Pecci received tho appointment of nuncio to tho court of Belgium. Until that timo his work on bohalf of tho church had been mostly of an administrative charactor, and thero wero many who expressed fears that his lack of diplomatic oxporionco and knowledgo would causo his mission to result in failure. Thoso apprehensions turned out to bo groundless, and tho young nuncio at Brussels scon gnvo indications of that raro genius for statecraft which has caused him to bo recognized ns tho most remarkablo diplomatist of tho present era. During tho thrco years which ho ejicnt at Brussels Archbishop Pccci becamo exceedingly popular, both nt court nnd with tho masses. Ho gTOW to bo famous for hisbrilliaut reparteo and delicato wit ns much as for his political acumen nnd tact, and becamo a particular favorito of cynical and freethlnlring old King Leopold. Whilo nt Brussols ho formed tho acquaintance of tho queen of England, and in rcsponso to a pressing invitation on her part spent n mouth nt Windsor boforo returning to Romo. This delay prevented his reaching tho Eternal City in timo to bco Popo Gregory allvo. Tho latter died quito suddenly in May, , inly n fow days nfter having signed tho appointment of tho young nuncio to tho archbishopric of Perugia. For somo reason or other Archbishop Pccci did not find graco in tho sight of Popo Gregory's successor, Pius IX. Not only did ho nbstnin from confiding to Pecci nny other diplomatic post, but oven went so far as to delay for moro than soven years the archbishop's promotion to tho rank of cardinal, which invariably takes placo immediately on tho termination of a nuncio's diplomatic career. Mgr. Pecci was perfectly nwaro of tho unfriendly sentiments of Pius LX toward him nnd withdraw immediately after tho latter's inauguration to Perugia, whero ho spent tho following 81 years in administering his archbishopric, visiting Homo very rarely. Popo Pius strongly objected to tho conciliatory attitudo of Cardinal Pecci toward tho royal Itnllnn government, nnd In 1877 ho nppointcd him to tho post of Camerlingo. This is ono of immenso difficulty, nnd ita duties nro calculated to bring tho holder thereof into tiorpctual conflict with tho Italian government. Before theso projects of Popo Pius if indeed thoy really oxisted liad timo to bo realized ho diod, and Cardinal Pecci was elcctod as s his successor by tho votes of of tho sacred college. Within a very short timo after his accession it becamo apparent to tho world that tho now popo presented in every a striking contrast to his predecessor. Whereas Pius DC had loft tho Vatican at varianco with almost every foreign power, Leo XIII nt onco sot to work to restoro nmicablo relations with thorn nil. His first task was to bring to a friendly conclusion tho disputo known as tho kaltnrkampf between the papacy and tho German government. His efforts In that direction wero crowned with success, and with but fow concessions on his own part ho managed to secure from Prince Bismarck tho repeal of all tho objectlonablo features of tho so called Falk ecclesiastical laws in Prussia. Diplomatio relations with tho czar, whloh had been broken oil by Plus IX, wero renewed, greatly to tho bonofit of tho Catholic church in Poland and othor parts of Russia. Indeed tho Catholio church In Muscovy today occupies nn infinitely moro advantageous position in ovory way than tho Lutheran chnrch, wldch is subjected to nil kinds of persecutions by tho czar's government. In- etomLcf. incitjnjr tho Roman jCatholio of-fltwo-third- rora leo xiil cry XVI. who desired to recognlzoln this clergy lull ussiu to nets" of. insubordina-tio-n against tho civil authorities of tho empiro, Popo Leo has, on tho contrary, recommended obcdlcnco, nnd ho has not only secured tho recall from Siberia of many Catholio bishops and priests who wero exiled by tho czar during tho papacy of Pius IX, but has also brought about moro friendly relations between tho orthodox Greek rito and tho Catholic church than havo existed nt nny timo Blnco tho schism of tho former, many hundred years ago. Ono of Popo Leo's fondest nnd most nrdent wishes has been to effect n dcflnlto reconciliation and reunion between theso two great branches of tho Christian church, and It Is quito possible that beforo bo brings to a closo bis brilliant nnd enlightened reign this cherished project of his may bocoino realized. In Franco Leo lias succeeded In placing onco moro on an nmicablo footing tho relations between church nnd etato and in putting nn end to tho persecution to which tho clergy nnd religious associations had been subjected during tbo pontificate of Pins IX. His political prcscienco and insight enabled him to IerceIvo that Franco is now definitely committed to a republican form of government by tho will of its pcoplo, nnd that a contlnuanco of tho allianco between tho clergy and tho monarchical party could only result in injury.to tho latter by estranging therefrom thoso persons religiously inclined who did hot sco their wny to unito to their belief in tho teachings of tho church an allegianco to tho monarchical party. Accordingly Leo XIII issued a series of pastoral letters and encyclicals, In which ho commanded tho French clergy to preach from their pulpits obcdlcnco and loyalty to the government instead of tho sedition which had been taught until then. Of courso thero was n great outcry at first on tho part of tho French aristocracy, and oven nmong tho higher ranks of tho French prelacy, who had allied thelr f ortunes too closely to thoso of tho royalist pretender. But Leo declined to permit tho church to bo used as an Instrument for tho selfish political projects of tho Comto do Paris and of Princo Victor Bonaparte and persisted in tho courso which ho had ndopted, with tho result that thero has been during tho last year or two n distinct revival of religious feeling throughout Franco, sinco tho pcoplo havo now learned from tho mouth of tho holy father himself that It is possi-bl- o to bo n forvent Catholic nnd a good nnd patriotic republican at ono nnd tho samo time. Tho conflict between tho Swiss government and tho Vatican, which had resulted during tho reign of Pius IX In tho expulsion of tho lato Cardinal Mermillod from tho territory of tho Helvetian republic, has llkowiso been brought to a closo by Loo Xni, nnd tho exiled prelato was welcomed back to Bcrno with extraordinary official honors. Tho dynasties of both Spain and Portugal aro indebted to Popo Loo's support for tho maintenance of their thrones in exceedingly critical moments, und for tho first timo sinco tho reformation in Great Britain nn intcrchango of diplomatic courtesies has taken placo between tho court of St. James and that of tho Vatican. Moreover, if tho Catholics havo obtained tho upper hand In Belgium and Holland, nnd Catholio administrations nro now In power nt Brussels nnd at Tho Hnguo, it is primarily duo to tho sagacious and liberal policy of tho pres- doTsIanding between tlid" Ifalfah" government nnd tho papacy tho Inflnenco of FOR UVCRY tho former would In courso of timo succeed in dominating that of tho Vatican, tho French authorities are determined to avoid nt nil costs tho dnnger of seeing tho popo exerclso ids splritunl power over TTFTfjl that of tho French Catholics for tho advancement and advantago of tho purely secular and political interests of tho Italian government. This Bcntlmcnt, although Icsi openly expressed than by Franco, Is llkewiso manifested by tho other countries of Europo which havo a largo Catholio population. Besides this thero is tho nil important question of finance Tho main portion of tho papal revenue nt tho present moment is derived from tho Peter's pence, or voluntary contributions of tho faithful. Tho larger part of theso Is donated on tho understanding that tho papacy Is, in conscqncnco of its conflict with tho Quirinal, deprived of tho revenues which pertain io it by right nnd treaty. Whenever, therefore, thero Is nny manifestaWo havo ju6t bought from a largo wholesale Jowelry houso, a lot of tion of nmicablo feeling between church nnd stato at Romo tho contributions im- fino tripplo plaited jewelry, to bo distributed without regard to cost to mediately dwindle, whilo they incrcaso our subscribers, who pay up to date and ono year in ndvanco, and to In proportion nstho nntagonlsm becomes moro intense. Now, if tho Peter's penco every now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. can no longer bo depended npon no n Wo havo numbered ovcry article in tho list, amounting to sovoral sourco of revenue, tho Vntican will Uo hundred pieces and they will bo sent out to thoso entitled to them in forced to at length avail Itself of tho ansubvention of COO,000 wldch tho tho order in which tho subscriptions arc received. nual Italian government contracted to pay to-Tho jowelry is mndo from tho best rolled gold plate and is war- A PREMIUM gUBSCKIBBR. TO BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. i:Tij 5,J Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to M our Paid Subscribers. In Advance ' j ' . c :M 'y rora onnaony xvr. ward tho maintenance of tho holy bco nt tho Hmoof tho capture of Rome, 23 years ago. Tho papacy has hitherto declined to touch n cent of this monoy, realizing thoroughly that from tho moment that it docs so It practically recognizes tho present stato of affairs in Italy and puts nn end to its pretentions to the restoration of Its temporal power, besides rendering itself subservient to tho national Italian treasury, and consequently nlso to tho roynl government. It will bo seen, therefore, that tho obstacles in tho way of a settlement of tho differences between king nnd popo at Romo aro of a well nigh insurmountable nature, nnd that if Leo appears to foreigners as lacking in liberality and enlightenment in his attitudo townrd tho Italian government thero aro considerations which impel Idm to act thus which nro of too great weight nnd importance to bo Ignored. Notwithstanding nil this tho papacy, o thanks to his policy, is on far moro and friendly footing with tho Italian government than it was at the commencement of his pontificate. Every ono of tho Italian cardinals created by him belongs to tho party of conciliation, and most of tho old intransigents olovarcd ent popo. Nor havo Leo's efforts been confined to tho Bacred collego by Pius IX havo to Europo. In 1880 ho dispatched n died. It is probable, therefore, that ns special mission to tho emperors of China matters now stand n cardinal acceptable and Japan and established friendly and to tho Quirinal will bo chosen to succeed diplomatio relations with them, securing him when ho dies. thereby valuablo privileges for tho Leo XHT, as I havo stated above, will church in tho far cast. Throughout his remain on record ns tho most enlightreign so far tho foreign policy of tho ened nnd broad minded pontiff of modern papal government has been conducted times, and when tho nature of his surwith raro nnd enlightened statesman- roundings nnd tho deleterious effects ship. His holiness seems to rcalizo that npon tho body, nnd consequently nlso it is tho duty of tho church to offer upon tho mind, of 15 yenrs' continuous peaco rather than war; that her rolo in- confinement in tho Vntican, without nny stead of being that of tho aggressor chango of air or Bceno, aro taken into should bo that of tho peacemaker, nnd consideration it affords ground for ono of tho greatest triumphs of his lifo should havo been nblo to has been when Germany and Spain ap- nccompllsh fo very much townrd tho pealed to him jointly to net nsnrbitcr of of tho Catholio church their differences on tho subject of tho nnd toward placing it in accord with Carolino islands, thereby paying tributo modern thought nnd lifo mid democto his qualities as n statesracy. man, ns n diplomat, nnd, abovo nil, ns n Cardinal Kopp and the KaUer. peacemaker. Right Rov. Dr. Kopp, princo bishop of 1 Brcslau, who has recently been raised to r tho cardinalato, is very highly esteemed by tho German emperor. Tho great which ho displayed nt tho time of tho miners' striko in Silesia won for him tho admiration of tho kaiser. At tho conference wMch was called to discusj the laboi situation in Germany Bishop Kopp was among tho first invitod by tho young ruler. sen-sibl- ranted for five years. Any article that docs not give reasonable satisfaction, can be returned and we will repair or forward a now duplicate article in its place. Cqllar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies' Pins, . Charms nnd Lockets, Finger Rings, Gents' Chains, Ladies' Chains, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., amounting to over $200 for the jewelry alone, besides other articles of Merchendiso. Tho amount is only limited by the numbor of subscribers received. What wo want is to increase our subscription list. 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Tho attitude of Leo XIII toward the Italian government may appear at first sight to bo characterized by considerably less liberality, breadth of view or conciliation than that adopted toward other powers. Tho circumstances of tho enso nro, however, peculiar and must bo taken into consideration, as must nlso tho various conflicting interests which tho pontiff has to bear in mind and tho influences which ho is called upon to counteract. During tho early part of his reign Loo openly ndopted u policy of conciliation toward tho Italian government which had won for him whilo archbishop of Perugia tho good will of tho Italian authorities. Slowly nnd surely ho mndo Ids way nyo, and may bo making it still toward a definite understanding between tho Vatican and tho Quirinal a reconciliation ns nrdohtly longed for by tho latter as it is by tho former. Of courso ho found numerous obstacles in his path. Chief among theso wero tho objections of tho intransigent prelntes created by Pius IX nnd imbued with his policy, and therefore determined adversaries of any modus vlvcndl with tho usurper of tho Quirinal. Tho popo might havo over-com- o theso obstacles had not others of n moroBorious and insnrmountablo char-nctarisen. Tho French government on being wnrned of tho increasing tendency toward an understanding between tho Quirinal nnd tho Vatican immediately notified tho popo that any reconciliation would bo immediately followed by an annulment of tho concordat, or treaty govorning tho relations between tho papacy, tho French church and tho French government, nnd under tho terms of which tho latter contributes fl0,000,000 to tho support of tho parochial clorgy. His holinoss was fur-thnotified that tho French church would in thnt caso not only ronounco its spiritual allegianco to tho holy sort, but would also declare Itself as schb-xnat- lo nnd altogether independent of tho Catholio chnrch nt Romo. Apprehend-Ingtha- t; In tho ovent of nlefinlto un- or or If persona would bring to bear the comm non sense, In buying a remedy for bronchitis, cough, cold and croup, that they do In the purchase of their family supplies, they would never fail to procure Dr. null's Cough Syrup. Button .'.... 2508 Ono No el, paper .t '. 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Ho says that it is no sin to drink, and it is no Bin to keep n saloon. Jesus, Christ drank, and tho tasto of man for alcohol is well nigh universal. Tho doctor expressed similar vlowssomo months ago, and was soveroly criticised. Ills return to tho subject in this notablo sermon shows that ho is determined to stand by his novel reform. Atlanta Constitution. For tho removing of dandruff, and for curing humors of tho scalp, thorots nothing better than Ayer's Hair Vigor. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Publisher, OLOV.ERPORT, KY. f - Window J ,,-4-i rTflr -- : Shades PRICES ' s IN FULL BLAST. TO SUIT YOU. t Weather for February. ' lioro Is what Prof. Hicks predicts for February: "Secondary disturbances existing nt tho opening of tho month end in cold first nnd second. Warmer ibont tho 6th, with rain and snow to tho 7th. A cold wavo will follow, oxtendlngBOUth-war- d and lasting to about the 11th and 13th. After storms about thoso dates colder up to about tho 17th. Storms of rain, thunder, sleet nnd snow from tho 10th to 10th. A Bovoro cold wave will coino behind theso storms. Reactionary temperature and storms will touch tho 23d and 24th, followed by returning cold, until tho lost day of tho month, at which timo rising temperature and coming storms will bo tho ordor. Don't forget or neglect tho poor dumb creatures that depend upon you for food and shelter. Their suffering will bo your loss." Curtain how small. Poles v ! i t v If we, haven't the article in our line you want, just come to us ;and we will lake great pleasure in ordering it for you, does'nt matter COME TO SEE US. J. D. Babbage, H. milmkMamimMp6 "W MAttmtfMfrMfcM itiiEx MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, 33. Cloverport Will Help - r" K. J t Y & .. -- f s v: k-"- '" LL city Saturday. OfHOATS Walton Wheeler, of Home, was in tho To Got Tolophono Connoctlon With 043 Fifth Street, city Saturday. LowAt nil prices. IiOUIHVIIj.lG, ICY. Owonsboro, Evansvillo, For tho freshest candy and fruit, go to farnlihed an sppliostlon Samples and estimates Hontlorson otc. tho City Bakery. er tlmn wo over Mr! Nelson Jolly, of Sample, was it) tho city Sat urday. Bold them bolero. KY. For Wo Tory Much Desire To Bo HARDINSBURG, Married, Feb. 8th, "Deck" Pato and B. J. MATTINGLY, - - - Proprietor. Neighborly With Tho Villages Miss Laura Brickey. Now's your chance. Pint elan aeoomoilatloDi toil reaionabla Down Tho River. Just received a fresh barrel of sour ratci. Your patronage solicited. kraut at tho City Bakery. II. J. MATTINQLY. Tho Owensboro Messenger gives tho Fred Fralzc, who has been sick for j&following account of tho progress of tho n TtiHiio irK-M-about a weok is out again. A. U UJUUD Xif liUJ. Uu VUt James Coudy, of Skillman, was in tho scheme: "Sam Myor, tho popular of tho Owensboro telcphono Old reliable Clothers, MERCHANT TAILOR, city Saturday on business. Dr. E. L. Hayes is in Hardinsburg this exchange, is in tho city on business for CANNELTON, IND. COR. THIRD AND MARKET. the Cumberland Telophono company. week on a professional visit. piTSuHi msde to order In the latest style. Mayor Lightfoot, and Jim Miller went Ho is prospecting for tho establishment of a telcphono lino from Owonsboro to BOY'S to Henderson Monday night. News. Mr. Gcorgo Harris, of Henderson, is Cloverport to connect at that point with tho Ohio Valley Telcphono company's And Overcoats at WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15 1893. visiting his family in this citv. Don't forget that you can get hot bread lino to Louisvillo. low - down figurc.8 It is proposed to run tho lino from ovory day at the City Bakery. LOCAL BREVITIES. When your oil can is empty take it to Owensboro via Yclvington, Powers, to closo out and Lowi8port and llawesvillo to Cloverport, tho City Bakery to have it filled. Shirta at Bubbago's. reduco stock. Call Chas. Bohlcr, tho city contractor, has provided tho citizens along tho route Sea Babbago's lino of Buspemlere. and mako selection will subscribe for $1,000 worth of telobought a now Studobakor wngon. Fishing tackle nil kinds Sudor's. Mat Bell is in Indiana this week, in phono tickets to bo paid for upon comat prices. Where tho shoo doesn't pinch at Sultho interest of tho Clovorport Cigar pletion of tho lino and used at any timo zer's. over any of tho Cumberland company's Seed oats, timothy, clover seed at Factor'. Mr. J. T. Daniells, of Daviess county, lines. Sulzer's. Thero is so great a desire in Owens& Co. hos moved into Mrs. Templo's house in Nice lino fishing poles and reels boro and at tho other points for such Eastland. Sulzer's. Qld Reliable- - Clothers, communication that it ought not to bo Miss 'Maggio Goodman, of HardinsHiram Winchell, of Kirk, was in tho burg, is the guest of her cousins, tho difficult to secure tho required subscripCOR. THIRD AND MARKET. city Saturday. tion, and Mr. Myer is tho right man to Itumember tho "sweeping out" sale Miss Halls. Mrs. James Burnett, of Hancock coun undertake tho enterprise. Ho will visit on wraps Sulzer. Beautyunadorncd can find plenty of ty, died lost Thursday at tho advanced nil tho points immediately and lay tho SAMPLE. proposition beforo tho people It is tho ago of 78 years. clothing at Sulzer's. Robt. French, of Union Star, was on company's intention to begin tho conMr. Bate Washington, of Irvington, Did you send that valentine? No I tho West bound train Monday enrouto struction of tho lino within thirty days was in tho city Jost week. after tho subscription is made. didn't. to " Mike Popham is making up a fine N Cannelton. Tho telcphono lino to Cloverport alono Tho Tobinsport Public School closed Huso Morgan, of Stophonsport, was mare to bo shot for. Price $250. Notice Sulzer's ad on "Clearing Out" yesterday. Walton Wheeler, of Rome, would bo a great convenience to Owens- here Saturday. . boro, but tho prospect of having a lino was tho teacher. cloaks thoy say tho wraps must go. Miss Hattio Beauchamp was in town Mrs. G. W. Jordan, who has been to Louisvillo makes tho schemo ono of Saturday shopping. of Han Mr. Sam. Mason, qulto sick for a couplo of weeks, is ablo great importance." cock county, was in tho city Thursday. Miss Mollio McQuady went, to Jolly Joo Garrett has moved back to town. to be out again. station Saturday. Mrs. James T. Skillman, Dead. Mike Jungling, went to Evonsvillo Once n Cloverporter, always a Clover-porte- r. Born, February 2d to tho wifo of John Saturday night to spend a few days with This most estimable lady, tho wifo of R. Hampton, n girl. , Talking of "bed rock prices" why his old friends down there. Miss May D. Beaurhamp,of Picrco,was "Mike" Miller will start to California James' T. Skillman, Esq., died at tho Sulzer's hnvo bored through tho old soon, accompanied by "Jack" Warfleld family residence in this city, on last visiting hero last week. I shalo. Thursday morning at an early hour. Sho is hero Mr. Alex nampton, of Mr. Charles Miller, of tho Cannolton and "Old Soldier" Murray as an escort. Rev. R. W. Browder, educational Sec- died in her chair, from heart failure, visiting his father, John II. Hampton. ' Inquirer, was tho guest of Oscar Holder retary, of Louisvillo Conference, will having arisen from her bed, and was sitSunday. Mr. Frank Blaine, of Stephonsport, Wroo and Billy occupy tho Elm street Methodist pulpit ting by tho fire for relief in a spell of spent a day or two last week with his File DoIIavcn, Thos. coughing. At 6 o'clock sho told her husBrown are going to walk through to tho next Sunday morning and evening. band she was much relieved and to go to sister, Mrs. Graham Jolly. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Vandergriff, of World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gibson camo up just recently married, have sleep. When ho awokosoon after sho was Tho honey moon can bo mado to last a from Cloverport lost week to attend tho moved to tho city and gone to house dead. long timo if you supply your brido with Sho was a daughter of tho lato Samnel burial of little Salllo Gibson. keeping in tho Cooper property, corner groceries from Sulzer's. Mrs. L. A. Gardener, of Rome, Ind., S. Brashear, of Preston, in this county, of Elm and Railroad streets. A fino collection of Columbian stamps spent Saturday and Sunday with her and was about fifty-fiv- o years of ago.. Mrs. John R. DoIIavon sold a lot on can bo bought with the "stamps" saved Mrs. Skillman was greatly beloved by daughter, Mrs. Eugene Connor. by trading with Sulzer's. the hill to Mr. J. S. Daniells, of Daviess who knew her. Her lifo was beautiMiss Bettio Payne, of Lodiburg, was Gus. Brown, Thos. Wroe,Geo. Jordan, county, Monday. Mr. Daniells has let all ful and pure, devoted to husband and visiting relatives and friends hero and at Geo. Boyd, Kobt. Polk and Chas. May tho contract for a nice residence, which friends. Shoboro no children, but sho Stcphensport several days last weok. spent Sunday in Cnnnelton. will bo completed as soon as possible. occupied her timo in making others Mrs. Annio Elder returned to her Mr. and Mrs. David Mattingly, recentIfn gentleman helps a hidv or little ly married, have gone to housekeeping child on a train in Clovorport and steps happy. homo near Mooloyvillo Sunday from a Her Christian character Bhono brightly in tho Chapin block on High street. week's visit to her father, Mr. J. N. Mcoff after tho train has started up, ho vio-- 1 all her life, and was of that commendable Quady. Mr. C. C. Lewis and wife, agent for ites tho law and may bo arro-jtcand and true kind, that it was catholic rather tho Texas at Stcphensport, were in town fined. That is a bad law. Repeal it I Died, February 7th, Salho B. Gibson, than churchly, and sho worshiped a God Sunday the guests of Mr. W. O. Allen. An advertisement appears in a western and loved a Savior who dwelt in tho Uni- yonngesl child of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. It is to your interest to call on us for paper which reads thus: "If Georgo verse and not alone in her denomination. Gibson, of scarlet fever. Tho family havo Wo can show you William Brown, who deserted his poor furnishing goods. comHer affections and good deeds were cir- tho tieartfelt sympathy of tho entire goods equal to any Louisville furnisher. wifo and babo twentv-fivyears ago, will cumscribed by no munity in their sad bereavement. narrow lines. Babbago. return, tho aforesaid babo will knock Sho was novor robust in health, but for McDANIELS. Mrs. Kato Conner, who has been visit- tho stuffing out of him." tho last several years she was an invalid ing relatives in Louisville and AnchorPat Keenan, aged 70 years got his left and a great sufferer confined to her age for tho last week, returned homo arm broken at a saw mill, near Balltown, Miss Alico Dockery has been confined house. But sho was novcr irascible or in a most peculiar manner. Suturday. to her room with n severe cold. Ho was peovish. Her virtues only shone more All persons Indebted to Dr. J. M. standing by tho engino warming when Mr. Chris Frank visited in Leitchfiod brightly, and her pationco and fortitude will pleaso call and settle the his coat got caught in tho shaft, and Clayton this week. wero more and more doveloped. Sho samo with Mr. F. P. Payne, of tho firm drawing him Into tho machinery he was met her reward by a peaceful and painMr. Tom McDonald is learning to per& Co. injured as stated. of Payno less transfer to that realm, form on tho organ and sing "Good Night.' Mr. Isreal Holder bought a house and Dr. J. M. Clayton is closing up his "Where sickness and sorrow, pain and death Mr. Robby Spencer purchased a tract lot, situated on Fourth street, between affairs here and making preparations to Are lelt and reared no More.' of land from Mr. Fralzo this week. Oak and Sycamore, last week of Dr. move toUt. Savage, Ky. Tho Doctor ? BRANDENBURG. Tho oldest son of Mr. Joo Parsons has is a fino young man, an excellent physiNnwsom. Consideration $500" been quito Bick. darkoy, cian, and .his many friends hero regret John Valentine, an Miss Bcttio Ditto is homo on n visit. who onco belonged to Joo Woolfolk, of very much that he is leaving and they Dr. Hart is building a houso below tho Mr. Sam Crecelius is up on business. Meade county, has moved to this city. hope that success and prosperity will Thero aro two or threo cases of meas- Baptist church for ono of his tenants. and is full of his- crown his efforts in his now field of labor. les reported. He is an Rev. Edmund Mctcalfo mado a busiWhen an officer arrests a man for stoptory of tho old slavery days. Mr. Chapezo Wathen left for Hardinsness trip to Leitchfied this week. County Court Clerk, John E. Mon- ping off a moving train in Clovorport burg Monday. Mr. Tom Huntor has recently accepted arch, was in tho city a couplo of days ho is only doing what it is his sworn Clarence Neafus, son of G. L. Neafus is a position in tho company's store at to do ; and when tho Mayor fines lost weok. Ho had a good supply of duty home on a visit. Taylor's mines. "twist" of which tho boys chewed a man thus arrested ho does what ho can Mr. Beverly Mattingly has opened up Notwithstanding tho severe weather not avoid without violating his oath of liberally. his grocery and meat store. office. But this is a bad law, and tho and terriblo condition of tho roads, Mr. Edmund Martin, only son of W. E. Mrs. Geo. Dowden has returned from Bob Parsons still makes his semi monthMartin, formerly of this city, died in council should repeal it. a visit to relatives at Clovorport. ly visits to Short Creek. The City Ordinance which prevents Louisvillo on tho 5th, inst. of catarrhal Henry Shields, of Nowton, Kan., is visWo seo in tho papers where somo sugpneumonia. Ho was buried in Cavo persons from jumping on and off moving iting his Mrs. Dr. Ditto. trains is receiving somo sover criticism gest that hogs in placo of tobacco bo Ilill Cemetery. Mrs. Grinnoll is improving very slowly. Blytho Bros., mado 1,700 pounds of justnow. Agent W. O. Allen was re- Her attack of pneumonia was a severe planted this year. Wo think it would cently arrested and fined and last week bo advisablo for tho peoplo of this placo tobacco per acre on land that has been one. years. This is tho Gordon Moorman, day operator at tho cleared soventy-flv- o John Redman was tried Saturday for to plant roosters. Ono gentleman has effect of commercial fertilizer and shops, was arrested for violating said soiling tho beef of a cow said to havo had a call for fifteen. ordinance These men aro employees of been diseased. Verdict $1 thorough cultivation. and costs. BURAS. Tho City of Owensboro was tho first tho road, but of course thoy violate tho Mr. Howard Roberts, living a few miles packet down after tho ico broke up. )aw by jumping off a train while in mo- below town, sold out Ids stock, houseSho had a broken wheel when she ar- tion just tho samo as auy othor citizen. hold effects, Ac, Saturday. Ho will movo Business is brisk. rived hero and. was compelled to lay up It's a bad law. Repeal that law. to Illinois shortly. Wo are having somo very rainy weathTho Uniform Itank, K. of P., had an about threo hours for repairs. Messrs. Paul Buren and Paul Mills were er now. II. O. Blaln, a former townsman, now election of ofllcora last Friday night,' hero Saturday on business. Mr. Buren Mr. Micheal Moyer visited his brothor of Butto City, Montana, in renewing his which resulted as follows j G. W. Jor- wants tho o at Concordia. If Sunday. subscription to tho News, sends his re- dan, captain; Leon Leaf, first lieutenant; Mr. Cleveland will liston to me, ho'llget Mr. Cliff Davis visited relatives horo gards to all his friends hero and says ho E. E. Honning, second lieutenant ; Gus. it Sunday, is glad to sco that tho old town is im- Brown, recorder; G. W. Short, treasurMarriago license issued jlast week are, er. Next Friday night thero will bo a D. F. Shumato to Miss Eldora Mr. Robt. McGuffeo has been on tho proving so rapidly. Lamkin, meeting and eleven now members will Ben. F. Neafus to Miss Louisa sick list for tho past weok. Mr. John R. Jnrboo is a candidate for Stinnett, Mrs. John Alexander is visiting her e keeper. Mr. Jarboe held bo instituted. Col. Johnston and Gen. Jas. E. Stoward to Miss Joscphino T.Balthis position two years ago and mado a Currio and staff will bo present and sup- lard, John H. Bennott to Miss O. E. Tur- dauglitcr in HardinBburg. good officer. Ho is an unswerving Dem- erintend tho proceedings. Tlicro will bo ner, 6. L. Rcdmon to Miss Kato Norris, Mr. 11. O. Bennett and wifo wero to and Davis Watts to Miss Mary M. see their parents last week. ocrat, a perfect gentleman and tho a public installation of officers. In renewing his subscription to tho Wathen. County Court could not mako a bettor Mr. Saul Aloxander is now recovering News, James II. Lay, of Gas City, Ind., Mr. Dick Boling's wifo died in Louisselection. from a very bad spell of pnoumonia. On Monday afternoon this ofllco was (formerly of'Stephensport, this county,) ville lost Wednesday. Mr. Bolingis teleDied, Fob'y 7th, Robt. Alexander, col., mado bright by tho smiles of fivo ot says: "Gas City is tho coming town. graph operator at West Point. Ho" has ho leaves n largo family to mourn his loss. Wo will surely havo a "population of had young most charming An offer mado him to go to St. Louis, Cloverport's to Our excollont shoo drummer, Jim ladies, Misses Lula Owen, Nannio Mur- 8,000 10,000 within n year from May which he will probably accept. His two 1st. 1803. Wo havo tho largest and best children, a girl and a boy, aged 0 Bishop, of Leitchfield, visited us lost ray, Jennio Warfleld, Allieno Murray and 5 and Maggie Bowmor. Woman's smiles innnufacturics in tho gas belt; enough of years respectively, are hero with their weok. thorn already hero and built to employ Mr. Jool Pile our unattainable young Mrs. Win. Boling. are liko flowers, thoy gladden and make Sinco Joo Miller mado the lucky guess, man (so think our young ladies) passed tho pathway of lifo. Sorao of our 3,000 hands." Ho alflo sonds kindest bright regards to all his old friends in Breckon-ridg- o which brought him five twenty dollar through hero Monday, typos havo had a smilo on their faces at and wishes them much success. gold pieces from tho Courer-Journho Mr. Gllbort Pllo passed through hero least a foot long over since hit 'Iowa square in tho middlo most enrouto to Custer. Wo think thero is H00P-P0L- E to an Mayor, When it comes CUTTERS. All poles iriust bo cut between now ovcrybody wants to get his fingers in that some great attraction. Who is it "Grip?' Clovorport has something to boast of. Mr. Perry Alexander gavo tho young Ono day last weok ho had a "coon" in and middlo of March. Poles cut after chicken pie. Somo timo ago, Mr. Dick Nevitt gave fcoop Dooloy $50 for a half peoplo a danco last Monday night. Thoy who ho had sentenced to tho that dato'will not bo received. chargo interest in his guess on tho total for tho had a nico crowd, and all reported a good Chas. May, Clovorport, Ky. , rockpllo, forsomo misdemeanor, but tho O. J., $10,000iprizo. Coop says ho mado timo. tooth-achand said ho nigger had tho a mistake of several thousand votes in could not work. Mayor Lightfoot politeBIG SPRING. his calculation, and that's tho way ho has ly rcquestod tho darkoy to bo seated and come to ho do closo to tho result. Iast producing a pair of shoemaker's pincb-ere.th- o Children Cry for Pitchor's Castorla. Mr. G. A. Mcador is in tho city this week a small syndicate was formed tooth.togothor with somo tongue, wook soiling somo tobacco. amqngtho boys, who gave Mr, Novitt jawbone, etc., was out in a twinkling Mr. E. W. Jones was in the city this $100 for half of his interest in Coop's When Baby was alck, rr cars her Caatorta. of an oyo, as it wore. Billy Brown, tho week seeing after his dried fruit. guess. Novitt and Doloy aro both $50 Tho peoplo of our town havo a very city contractor, assisted tho Mayor in When aha was a Child, alio cried for Caatorla, ahead of tho gamo now, and by tho judi- interesting reading club When abe became Mtss,' aha duns to Caatorla, that meets every tho operation. Tho coon declared ft cious manipulation of Novitts rabbit's When ahe had Children, abe caro them Caatorla, was a painless extraction, was well foot and Dooloy'a siinko skin they hopo Saturday night. to scoop in tho big prizo. Our brothor Baptists met last Saturday pleased and immediately went to work. Purchasing Agent, Cholco dried beef at tho City Bakery. Snm Adki8Son, of Webster, was in tho IJ'S And n skits in Trousers "It Happens But Once a Year Hambleton House great variety and at all prices. "Our own mako" Clothing ing, tho best in tho world, at no-pro- BIG prices. J. KIRST, - ru Julius Winter Old & Co. Clearing Sale -- Reliable Clothiers, COR THIRD AND MARKET. Breckenridge win EVS WMWL stock in tho n way-dow- OF- Itnmenso Everything lino at prices Btock. seo this to reduco CLOAKS ALL KINDS Don't fail to department. no-pro- Beginning Julius Winter Julius Winter Old Reliable & Co. Dealers, COR. THIRD AND MARKET, this Wednesday Morning And continuing for six days we give warning "for one week only," LOUISVILLE, KY. ff g, to call another preacher. Tho present ono having resigned. Tho Masonic lodgo hero has rented the hall from Mr. J. II. Mcador and will reorganize and bo in good working order in tho near future. Miss Annio Jones has gotten up another Sunday school, which will bo reorganized next Sunday with Mr. Ed. S. Hardin as superintendent. What has become of tho railroad from Ekron out to this placo? Tho peoplo hero and all along this lino should take n positivo interest in tho present agitation of tho question and never let up until tho road is built. Mr. Alf. Taylor was married ono day last week in Louisvillo to Miss Georgia Richie, of this placo. Tho brido is one of our loveliest girls and Mr. Taylor is to bo congratulated upon winning such an excellent lady for his wifo. It has been a long timo sinco wo noticed an article of any kind in tbo News from Big Spring and seeing letters from other towns and small vintages of much less importance, thought if mo could bo of any servlco whatever in aiding you with a fow breezy notes, wo would volunteer n few spare moments in that way. Wo aro having plenty of weather just now. So, The ground hog came out, And tit down on his tall, And when he i,hv his shadow there, It that hog turn pale LADIES' FUR CAPES REMEMBER THE SALE LASTS BUT ONE WEEK At THESE PRICES. SULZER'S CLOVERPORT, KY. "WHEXN AKXEXR BARGAINS Bear in mind that we are making room for a large Spring fall -:- - Stock o is Qfoinof to be and that our store-rooswept clean of all our m and Winter (Jood$ old-tim- o Slli 1111111 Clothing will have to suffer the loss of even a small profit as they must he shoved out. old-tim- William Hanks. Tho subject of this sketch is ono of tho oldest citizens of Breckenridgo county, boingnow in his OOtli year. Ho was born in Hardin county, Ky.. Jan. 1st, 1601. Ho moved to this (Breckenridgo) county, and has long been ono of its most respected citizens. Ilia homo is now near g Stophonsport. Ho ts democrat, his first voto for president boing cast for Andrew Jackson. Ho has voted for ovory Democratic candidato from that timo until this. On the morning of tho 8th of last November, ho walked six miles to town nnd cost his voto for Cloveland and tho straight Democratic tickot, and ho regards it as tho proudest voto ot his lifo. Ho can walk twenty miles a day, is as sprightly as a boy, and bids fair to Hvo long enough to voto for two or threo more presidents. lifo-lon- Boots and Shoes Are going in like manner, and all other lines are sharing the same fate. Call and get the benefit of goods with small profit. i jTI grand-mothe- r, m - B. F. BEARD & CO., Hardinsburg, Ky. i Mm post-oillc- Cash paid for veal calves, hides, furs, tallow, etc. C. C. Lewis, Stephonsport, Ky. ' LOOK OUT FOR CHEAP GOODS. ! u poor-hous- Horse Sale! Thero will bo n combination salo of fino horses nt Irvington, in this county, March 3d, 1803. Tho stock will comprise 20 to 30 head of tho very finest and best bred animals in tho county; being decendents of bucIi sires as Cuyler, Royal Denmark, Aberdeen Star and Splendor. Young mou wanting fancy drlvors, mon wanting saddle horses, farmers and thoso wanting n well-bre- d brood mare with foal by a fino trotter, can all bo suited. Tho stock is all young nnd sound and tho best horses that wero over offered for salo in Breckenridgo county. Dr. P. W,Foto, Thos. J. Jolly nnd W, J. Piggott aro the consignors. .. 1 far For the next Sixty days we will sell all our grand-mothe- r, d i Pimples, Bluet-- JKt c i . i . . . Woolen Dress Good, Men's Heavy Shirts, Boots and Heavy Shoes, Cheaper than the cheapest. If we can't get our prices we will take yours. We must close them by April 1st, to make room for our SPRING STOCK. IBB?-"- ' i m m i. m i. o y3 "" 'Soils, Heads, . m w r- - .' i a Wo roost nil tuvro now, rich blood, which ' ta ntuldly mnda by thnt romnrknliln rrpimr. ntlon.Dr. LIOTGEY'B UFSOVZO 1L0QD niiBflflKL For tho iDnmlr euro o( Bcroluia, Wnatine, 1 Mnrcnrlol Diamso. Krnntinns, Erysipelas, I vital docay, nnd every indication of I THE SELLERS MEDICINE CO. . PlTTSslUWOH. " nunody that can always b rolled upon. I)rnro1nfjiaAll IL WITT & MEADOE, HARDINSBURG, KY . . BVSSVsaaH & taOi&: fe ' M tti 4 j JX. ,m! lMaiUJ1fa "iV" 4K-i-r.- ". K "'-"" - f"u fliaiMira BRECKENRIDGE wr""" NEWS. 15, 1893. " "" t" a--.-a-gr r - .,, ' , gi , , . . ' t- . - .. m.i. -- i ia. - ui ---. y I- U - , - vRRP''Hp drain w KY, . . - Highest of all in Lcaycning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY Old-Tim- e Colonel Politics in Daviess. . Bluegrara told a good story tho old-tim- o i politics In Daother day about viess county, Ky. Tiio Bystander uiay mix minor matters a little in retelling tho story, but tho substance is as follows : At tho time in question Judge Scott was County Judgo and his death left a vacancy to bo filled by tho magistrates of Daviess county. Judgo Atchison and Wilfred Carico wero candidates to fill tho vacancy, and Atchlnson was victorious. A fow months after this primaries wero held in tho county for tho purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate, and Carico and Atchison wero again in conflict for tho honors pertaining to tho office, and, after a contest of great bitterness, into which family, church nnd politics entered, Judgo Atchison was again tho victor by a narrow majority. Tho Republicans nominated Georgo V. Jolly, now District Attorney for Kentucky. Tho hard feelings engendered at the primaries was carried over into tho election and many of Carico's friends bolted, openly supporting Jolly. A few weeks before tho election a weekly paper appeared in Jolly's interest without editor or publisher. It was vindictive, bitter and libelous, sparing nothing in its fight for Jolly. Richard Monarch, of tho celebrated Monarch distilling interest, and his friend, R. W. Slack, were popularly supposed to bo tho supporting powers of of this nameless and homeless sheet; Monarch furnishing the money and Slack tho brains. On tho Sunday night preceding the election Atchison, in company with some of his friends, and a hired printer or two, broke into tho printing office where tho annonymous paper had been printed, and before Monday morning had set up and printed a fac simile of tho sheet that hiul so bitterly denounced them. This issue, which was largely circulated, withdrew all tho charges it had ever made, apologized handsomely to Judgo Atchison, and endeavored in every way possible to heal tho sores created in the bitterness of tho canvass. It closed up by advising every one to support Atchison d nnd givo him Daviess county's old Democratic majority. Upon the appearanco of this wonderful issue. Monarch and Slack were dumbfounded; Monarch especially was anxious to havo revengo and wanted to arrest 8om(tio or sue somebody. lie was probably the madest man in Kentucky that day. But tho rest of tho coterie, after tho first fow hours of anger and surprise, Baw tho humorous side and rather enjoyed tho very complete way tho tables had been turned and thoy had boon so completely hoist by their own petard, if such a mingling of metaphors may bo allowed. Monarch, for a long time, refused to bo comforted, and reiterated whenever the subject was mentioned.in languago which the Bystander is compelled to ignore,that ho was wanted in revenge. It was long before ho could bo pursuaded that to acknowledge his connection with tho annonymous and scurrillous campaign sheet would bo but to hold himself open to troublo of various kinds, but at length even he, cooled down and saw tho funny side of what was one of the most laughable denounments ever recorded of a hot political fight. Bystander in Cincinnati Tribune. fash-isone- Rqv&I Baking m "A Thought Whispered" Criticised. communication in your valuable paper of tho 25th Mn. Twenty Head -- GREGORY & CO., Unhappy Headqnartera for Reapers and Mowers, Fertilizer, Cement, Mtcb igan Plaster, Bait, Limo, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Drills, Marriages Aro chieily duo (according to Johnnthan Swift to tho fact that " voung Inches spend their time in making NETS not in making GAGES." $ OF GOOD Qjteljftv Powder GUSTON. isssw Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring kept on hand. Orders ac.' ABSOLUTELY PURE Editor. I noticed a Mr. and Mrs. Georgo wero in town last week, shopping. Mrs. Cooms' mother is making her a visit, near Sandy Hill. Mrs. Charley Stithj of Bowleyville, was in town last week shopping. Mrs. G. W. Smith is visiting Mrs. Mol-li- o English, of Stephcnsport e Mr. Tom Snyder, o' tho electric Louisville, was down to seo his mother in her late illness. Tho Rev. Georgo Smith, of Louisville, visited his family at Mr. Georgo Richard-son'- s last week. Mr. Jim Adams walked threo inches higherlast week than usual it's a boy, and weighs 10 pounds. Misses Vina Baskett, of Sandy Hill, and Cora Hendry, of Raymond, wero in town last week. Como again young ladies. Mr. Davo Henry passed through our town enroute to Louisville, seeking the old position ho had as traveling salesman for Irwin Bro. We aro loth to givo up Miss Henry Cain who left Monday to mako an extended visit to her sisters who live in Sumpter, S. C. Mr. Jesse Clarkson, "my good man," who owns tho finest farm in tho Big Spring Valley, was on a business trip near Guston last week. Mr. Lawrence Bewley received a very severe cut on tho foot last week, but it doesn't take his appetite for nice baskets of fruit, just tho same. Osborne & Co., undertakers, were called to tho Buck Grove neighborhood on the 8th, to bury tho remains of little Henry Smith, son of Squire Henry Smith. Mr. Alph Taylor and his beautiful young bride, nee, Miss Georgio Ritchie, accompanied by Mr. James Mitchem and Miss Bettio Taylor, passed through town last week enroute to Rosetta, theit future home. Tho $2" registered package that nover reached its destination in Oklohoma from this office was traced "down" until the guilt is nearly fastened on the postal clerk, McCormack, that was arrested not long since on tho L., St. L. & T. On the 0th inst, at 6:30 o'clock, Mrs. Jim Snyder departed this life at tho age of 51 years and 5 months. She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss, besides the community sustains a great loss, for verily Mrs. Snyder was a good woman. Mr. James II. Thompson who was formerly in the mercantile business at Meadville, and who now owns tho nice-ebusiness houso in Guston, run by F. M. Osborne & Co., and has done as much to build up tho town as any other man in the community, says ho has nover yet been on a car on tho L., St. L. & T., and is in town every day ho is not sick. car-linst companied by cash prompt ly filled, sfinE JskUjLU 'tlffflsssssV NW Hf -- POR- Vm. II. Moore, J07 S. Charles St. Haiti-mor- e, Mil.,aCommiion Merchant, recommends Salvation Oil Tor rheumatism and cbilblaim. He writc : "My wife and son hate uied Salvation Oil for rheumatism and chilblains with marked efficacy. llr. LODIBURG. Mr. Owen Keys was the guest of Miss Ida I'ayno Sunday. Mr. Pato Basham was the guest of Miss llattio Bain Sunday. Miss Carrio Cart spent last week with her aunt near Shiloh. Mr. Andy Keys was tho guest of Miss Anna Basham Sunday. Miss Ireno Koys spent last week with her aunt at Clifton Mills. Mr. Tom Robertson was tho guest of Miss Bettio Payne Sunday. Miss Martha Cashman was tho guest of Mrs. A. J. Keys Wedesday. Miss Nettle Cashman was tho guest of Miss Deo Basham last Friday. Tho party at Mr. W. M. Head's last Saturday night, was a success. Mr. Saxton Dutschko was tho guest of Miss Carrio Cart Wednesday night. Mr. Ellis Stiff, of Raymond, spent last Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. F. M. Basham. T, A. Robertson spent a fow days last week with his friond Mr. Carnelius Cart. Mr. QuigganB, of Hudsonvillo, was tho guest of Miss Ida Dutschko Satuiday and Sunday. Mrs. Abigail Basham who has bcon sick for tho past two weeks, wo aro glad to say, is improving. Headacho is tho direct result of Indigestion and stomach disorders. Remedy the by using Do Witt's Llttlo Early IHsoib, and your headacho disapeare. Tho favorite littlo plllH overywhoro. Short&IIaynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. It Be a Silk One T A now paper will soon appear in London called tho "Petticoat." It will bo entirely under tho control of ladies and no contributions from mon will bo published. You can bank on its being a ."Juno sweetnor." Owensboro Inquirer. Will Card of Thanks. To Manager Nolto, of Sulzor'g storo, wc, in behalf of tho Lodgo of Knights of Honor, beg leavo to oxtend to you and to your Houso our most sincere thanks for tho beautiful Fjiamk, presented to the K. of II, Lodgo for our Charter. .W. It. Kvlek, Eb. Gregory, Qomniilttco. Inst., entitled, "A Thought Whispered," condemning certain Ministers of tho Gospel, and concludes by requesting that no ono condemn the writer. I desire to say to tho sister that condemnation comes from within and of God. Wo do not need any ono to condemn us, or judgo us, God's word says, "If our heart condemn us, God is greater than our heart and knoweth all things;" 1st John, 3; 30. Our sister ventures an opluion as to what she conceives to bo tho Gospel by saying that sho does not liko to hear a preacher preach people's faults, Ac., which sho says "could not be called a sermon." All tho opinions and theories of man fall to to tho ground when God speaks in tho inspired word. God says, "All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable, for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction In righteousness; 2d Timothy, 3; 10. St. Paul exhorting Timothy to his duty as a minister says, "I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing and his Kingdom. Preach tho Word; bo instant in 6eason and out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all and doctrine. Forthetirao will como when they will not endure sound doctrine. And they shall turn away their ears from the truth; 2d Timothy, 4; 1, 2, 3. Paul tells Timothy to reprove and rebuke from the pulpit as a part of the gospel, and Jesus with all his humility preached in the temple and while preaching told tho Jews that they wero tho children of tho devil, and they took up stones to stone him. Tho deportment of the Jews toward our Savior simply shows that human nature is the as it was when Jesus preachsame y ed the Gospel. There is no difference between a backsliden church in any age, and when tho Gospel reproves sin it is just as repugnant to a sinning church-membnow as it was when Jesus wns on earth. It was a backslidden church that rejected and crucified our Savior, and the same is being done in this day by the christians. "They crucify to themselves the Son of God afresh;" Heb. C; 0. There is a great demand for the Gospel to entertain, and not to rebuke or reprove, and preachers have their trials and tribulations like other people and sometimes the devil tempts them on the bread line, as he did Jesus when he began to preach, he told the devil "man lived not by bread alone;" St. Mat 4; 4. St. Paul warns the ministry against "teaching things they ought not forfilthy lucre's sake;" Titus 1; 11. Every true minister ought to take warning and preach as it is revealed to him by God. St. Paul says, "If any man preach any other Gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed. For do I pursuado men or God? or do I seek to please men? for if yet pleased men, I Cured left should not be the servant of Christ. But bottles. cough Llzile after lung fever, with two Mrs. Ilurni, Barclay, Sangamon I certify you, brethren, that tho Gospel county. III., writes as follows i "I think Dr.rjull's which was preached of mo is not after Cough Syrup Is truly an excellent remedy for man. For I neither received it of man, coughs left from lung fever, as two bottles enneither was I taught it, but by tho reve- tirely cured my daughter. lation of Jesus Christ" Gal. 1; 9, 10, 11, EKRON. 12. So it is plain that God calls a man to preach and reveal to him what to preach as he did to St. Paul, as recorded in Acts S. J. Brown went to Brandenburg last 20 and it wo preach any other Gospel tho Monday. curse of God is upon us. In conclusion, Brother Laughlin is tho guest of Bro. Mr. Editor, in justice to tho ministry and Dan Shacklctt. vindication of truth, wo respectfully reP. P. Archer mado a flying trip to tho quest an immediate publication of this city last week. article. J. T. Massoy returned from Lodiburg Union Staii, Ky. last Wednesday. Salvation Oil has the enviable distinction or Mr. C. C. Beard, of Guston, was in being a synonym for cure of rheumatism, neuralgia, gout, and kindred affections, such as scia. town last week. tica, ticdoulourcux, etc. It is growing more popuJ. W. McKay returned from Vino lar daily. The people will have It. sjcts. Grove last Wednesday. Mrs. Charley Stith, of Bowleyville, is FOR KENTUCKIANS. visiting Mrs. Alico Brown. Bob. Tobin, of Wolk Creek, is visiting A Bill is Passed Extending to Them his brother, Mr. Will Tobin. the Benefit of the Invalid Pension Tom Brown, of Payncsvillc, mado a Laws. flying trip to Ekron last week. The TitniUNi: BunnAU, "J Georgo Rather, of Fallsof Rough, Bpent Oil tOURTRKN'TII STTKKT, several days in town last week. J Washington, D. D., Feb 10. Miss Nettio Chlsm, of Wolf Creek, is Tho commlttco on Invalid Pensions today mado a favorablo report on a bill visiting her cousin, Mi&s Brown. Mrs. Dr. Willctt visited her parents, granting pensions to survivors of certain Kentucky State Militia companies who Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Roberts last week. rendered servico during tho War of tho Mr. Jesslo Cunningham, of Guston, atRebellion. Tho bill was originally intro- tended our literary last Friday night. duced by Mr. Wilson, of Kentucky, but A. K. Kincheloo, a traveling man from thocommitteo havo reported a substitute. Tho substitute provides that tho exist- Hardinsburg, was in town last Thursday. Miss Lidy Guedry, ono of our brightest ing pension laws bo extended to tho officers and men of tho organizations of Ken- littlo girls, has been sick with rheumatucky Militia, designated as follows: tism. Frankfort Battalion, Paducah Battalion, Roland O'Bryan, of Brandenburg, was Sandy Valley Battalion, known as Capi- in town Friday, in tho interest of his tal Guards; North Cumberland Battalion, paper. Threo Forks Battalion, Harlan County Miss HollenPolluck attended tho literaBattalion, Hall's Gap Battalion, Greon ry last Friday night, and was tho guest River Battalion, Middlo Green River Bat- of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. J. Bramblll. talion; South Cumberland Battalion; First Miss Bettio Ncafus, sister of Mr. J. L. Kentucky Cavalry; Casoy County State Frankfort Battalion and Captain Neafus, dlod at tho asylum Monday, Jan Guards, Bussoy's Bath County Bangers, who may 30th. May sho rest in peace. After a visit of several weeks to his bo disabled by reason of injury received or disease contracted in tho lino of duty parents, Mr. D. S. Basham returned to whilo with United States Ids homo in Evansvillo last Sunday. forces, and to tho widows, minor chilAfter a pleasant visit to his uncle, Mr. dren under sixteen years of ago, and de- S. T. Dclornotte returned to his homo in pendent parents of such officers and mon. Hardinsburg. Wo think his favorite ." Tho power is given to tho Secretary of song is, "Over tho Hills to tho tho Interior to determine, under such rules and regulations as ho may preBrother Dan Shacklett filled his enscribe, when and for what periods, if any, gagement at tho Salem church last Suneach and any of theso organizations wero day. Tho congregation was treated to a with United States forces. splendid sermon by Bro. Laughlin, of Pensions under tliis act commouco with Loulsvlllo. Regardless of tho Inclement date of filing application. weather ho preached to ncrowdod houso, g to-daer l'oor-llouso- Horses FOR SALE On FRUIT TREES -- Nursery Stock OK. OXMBJK, -- the fair reader of these linos has made her cage however, and secured her mote, it will fail of perfect success unless V it is properly clothed. Apply to Zitck Green, manager of tho Hardinsburg Nursery, and agent for SUdd's Spraying outfits. POTUOE PLANTS in season. Address ZACK. GREEN, Harned, Kv. Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co. Therefore, Ties us. Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, etc should be purchased of - 'I I i Jr. if.- - 20. TIME SCHEDULE 3STO- Taking: Effect At S:00 o'elck A. V. Wia&eidaT WHY ? do-si- "? s. tsV k. 8fc Jm. 4. '93 Friday, March 3d, 1893, Wat Bound Traini 63 ait Round Tratni Mall & M Hxpr Mall Hxpr's Dally 7 45am STATIONS Iv.Un'n p't..ar Kentucky St. Dally 6 30pm Kxpr's Expr'. Dally Dally 100 n IJecausd wo know your 8 in advanco, having been through hundreds of such experiences in our timo and aro prepared to satisfy every ono of them. You Uiko no chances when you buy of us. There will be a Public Salo of Twenty Mares, Geldings and Colte at Irvington, Ky. This stock is all well bred, being 'Bired by Lennox Cuyler, Royal Denmark, Splendor and Aberdeen Star, tho woll known stallions that stood so long at Basin Spring Farm, the property of W. W. "Williams. 6 45 7 20. 800 8 40 8 45 721 750 Westl'olnt Howard Kkron 12 1205 1133 1129 45, 9 lOpn. 865 8 20 Our Interests are Yours. 12 02pm 7 3S 8 00 810 819 82 8 37 8 45 8 53 900 908 917 9 2i 9 31 9 44 1000 10 LongHranch Ilrandenburg Guston Irvington Webster Lodiburg Pierce Sa..iple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Skillman Hawesville l'etrie Falcon Cayce Levrfsport m Hock Haven H45im 1119 1111 1102 10 53 815 750 7 41 7 32 7 24 8 00 Bl ' v. 952 US 869 This will be a bona fide salo, all slock once put up will go to tho highest and best bidder. Salo will commence promptly at 11:15 o'clock TERMS OF SALE Noto with approvedecurity, months after date of sale, drawing G per cent, interest. duo eight 912 916 9 30 935 9 47 95S 9 0S 10 05 1011 1015 1055 11 There will also bo offered for sale, several shares of tho Stallion Aberdeen Star. This stock is tho proporty of T. J. Jolly, P. W. Footo and W. 10 23 10 41 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 1050 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1135 1162-- 1045 1035 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 715 657 6 43 6 40 A 635 6 27 6 22 Cor. Wall & Elm Sis., CLOVERPORT, KY. ' : . 619 6 07 6 02 Shops 967 9 44 92(5 93i 920 915 909 861 837 8 27 640 5 32 6 25 6 21 660 BANK OP J Is HAHDINSBUEG Capital Stock $25 000. B. F. BEABD, President. WILL MILLER, M. .. 1: 1207pm 1216 1227 1232 1236 1241 06 28 1118 1121 11 Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlncly Stanley Worthlngton Heads Siiottsvllle Griffith 614 4 f J. Piggott. Jack Frost Freezer makes ice cream in $50c.--G-IVEN" 1135 1142 .'10 813 80S 801 755 7 45 7 37 7 29 67 4 43 4 35 4 20 4K 412 4 05 Seconds. 1253 1155pm 101 Ilasketts 1205am 111pm 1220am 1 25pm ar.Henders'n Iv 715am 363 350 34J H V1 -- 330pm AWAY. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LINE. II. BEARD, Cashier. 1 Wc want tho best ice cream that can bo mado for our exhibit at tho World's Fair. We will glvve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. One Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons sending us a receipt and also for the best fifty receipts for Jco cream received. To all, others will bo sent a desk or pocket calendar for 1893 and a I'ltr.SUNT WO ItXII 61.00. Enclose 10 cents in stamps or silver to cover postage. Don't let this opportunity slip, you may nover get nnother liko it. O. W. BEAHD MORRIS ESKIUDOK ) R. M. JOLLY. Dlro tor (L. B. k ST. I.. R. E.) :' INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS f ' SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO GO TO v, 1 St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. C. W. STONE'S ST0EE h f.. AND ALL POINTS JAOK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, 29 Murray Street, New York. Tho Literary club was entertained in ! true old Kentucky stylo by Dr. nnd Mrs. Warfield. Wc notice a decided improvement with every meeting. It will bo enFRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. tertained on the 17th by Mr. and Mrs. Bramlet. Tho club extends its many thanks to tho string band of Ekron for Alarm for Its Invasion of America aiding us with its beautiful music. Well Foundod. Mrs. William Barnes died last week. Sho leaves a husband nnd several small Tho telegraphic dispatches of January children to mourn her loss. 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, TO IIEK CHILDREN. in Berlin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being Rest, Mother, rest, In quiet sleep, reported. tVhtle friends in sorrow o'er thee weep. Just now. when an pnlilnmio nf Aniniin Just as the sun decends at eve, cholera is among the alarming possibili Soon with fresher beams to rise, So shall our Mother dear receive ties, an stomach and bowel troubles asLife eternal In the skies. sume an Importance beyond tho ordiFarewell then sweet mother, a long fare nary, and should meet with prompt well, treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera inYour sorrows and sufferings are o'er, fantum, diarrhea. dvBentnrv. flinr m Each of us hope to join you at last On the beautiful, heavenly shore. and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatul ency, uistress niter eating, etc., all point DERBY. conclusively to a bad condition of tho Tho school at this place will soon close. stomach and bowels, and nil such disorMr. Georgo Cunningham returned ders should bo corrected at onco. homo Sunday. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. Mr. John Lyons, of Toblnsport, was in Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho town Saturday. Mr. Cunningham and Mr. Dick Elder best medicine I over used for pains ; for cramps and colic In children, it can't bo wero over Sunday. Mr. J. L. Rhodes left last week to All beat. For flux, it is tho king." his position on tho City of New Albany. Mr. R. L. Blenklnship, of Tooley, W. There nro a irrcat manv tics and staves Vn., has this to say: "Last April I had being lost on the account of high water. an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; The river is on the boom and wo felir had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels in for, wo will have to go to packing soon less thnn two hours. I took threo doses other quarters! Big preparations aro being mado for of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved tho mask ball on tho 14th, and n grand mo instantly." time expected. Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, t, Mr. Till Groves was a passenger on quickest remedy over compounded tho Owensboro up a fow days ago and for each and all of tho above complaints. camo up in our littlo town n fow minutes. Mr. John Avises houso burned about Moreover, 'it cures nil pains, external nnd two weeks ago. All tho furniture was interna, andistho best safeguard known saved but no insurance. Thoy nro talk- to destroy tho ovil effects of n change of ing of building again. water or diet. Pleasant to take. SweetMr. John Mogan and wifo left Sunday. ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Sho stopped on" to spend a few days with her mother and sister whilo ho went on Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, at 25c, nnd GOc. n bottlo, on tho guarnn-tee- : to Henderson on business. A number of young folks mado quite Ifo relief, no pay. Try it onco. a show a fow evenings ago by storming Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k undo Joo nnd aunt Lizzie Yates, had of natives gathering herbs. Mndo only music, games, lunch and lots of fun. by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. Mrs. Mlnuio O'Noil, who has been up on a visit here and in Kentucky left Sunday, accompanied by Miss Mahala Greonwell. Minnie says sho don't want tho lco to catch her away from homo any more. Henry Wttterion, West and Time-Car- Ten miles South of Cloverport on tho Bowling Green road, and get 1SS2. d in Effect Jul; 31, Lr. Louisville ArrSt. Louis CHOLERA Oen'l Pan. Ag't, Evansvillo, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D.P. A. Louisville, Ky City Tloket Office, S. W. Cor. Third 4 Main St., Louisville, Ky. 8:05 a.m. ..9:25 p.m...4:2J p.m. 7:20 pm ...6:45 a m 10:00p.m Evansville 1:20 For further information, call on or addreaa R. A. CAMPBELL, Men's Boots at $2.75 to $1.50 Boys' Boots at 1.6& to 90 cts. ' ' 1.00 to 50 " Phawls 6 to Prints 6 " " 50 to Men's shirts " 35 " Other things correspondingly cheap. Will exchange goods for butter, eggs, leathers, hides, drlod fruit, chickens, etc C. W.STOfcE U f - r LliSl'lLLS MAltKBT FURNISHED BV UMTS & Co., t v . Len. G. Herndon Bmt. General Produce and Commission Merchants and Genera Storage. ac- HERNDON, Manager. During 1893 THE SUN will H. W. and prompt. Cash with every Reliable be of surpassing excellence count salo. Consignments solicited. LOUISVILLE. KY., Feb. 14, 1893. and will print more news and more pure literature than Shippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name and address. ever before in its history BUTTER. post-offi- r V The Sunday Sun is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world. Price 5c. a copy. - By mail, $2 a year $G a Dally, by mall, - $8 a Dally and Sunday, by mail, Choice, country. Medium , Common Creamery IS 11 10 i 18 2a UU3. I in a 30 Fresh Old Hens per lb Roosters POULTRY. , 2325 2 75 to 3 25 year year Springers Turkeys live Turkeys dressed per lb FEATHERS. Prime, white goose.., Mixed Old No. 1. duck , Qreen, pood Dry 8at, good Dry flint, good il 3 to 4 6 to 8 8 .., 1J 48 25 35 25 35 25 (Si 40 Address THE SUN, New York. ey HIDES. , , 6i 0f 25 WOOL. , (1 3) 4K OH 8 80 30 25 A5.oofiP &0fcm fM'rtliMk, 52.00 ':-- Sheep skins.'. Qreaie, Hue ,;: V JVH fOR Qreaso, coarse Merino Burry and Cots , 20 t y ', , ,, sur-fcs- wharf; No, 2 We quote prices HAY. (1RAIN. 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