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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893022201_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 VOL. XYIL news: NO. 31. Z -- CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1893. spondence, frcludlng letters which pasieJ between Washington and Governor Trumbull. Somo of theso lotten were formal business documents, others wrt of ti more confidential nature They on tho part of Washington ti f from reecrvo which nono of his other correspondence r'.iows. Ono or two of them contained that term which Wasliington publicly upplied to Governor Trumbull, and which for many years was i eganled us n iilckuanio for the American nation. "Drother Jonathan." Somo of Trumbull's correspondence was also found, which shows that this innn of genius r.nd clear intellect, n uian bom to bo of authority himself, had recognized In Wasliington that quality of greatness early in tho timo of the Revolution and before ho had demonstrated it to tho world. Trumbull's letters, while not extravagant, for ho was not tho man to uso extravagant terms, indlcato that Trumbull regarded Washington ns having been specially furnished by Providence with thoso greater qualities, not only military, but moral, which were necessary to establish tho American nation. IIo had almost tho feeling for Washington which Arnold had, although in his caso there wim jicrsonal intimacy and almost an equality of relation which probably no other man of the Revolution enjoyed. Thus tho Impression and influence which Wasliington created and exerted uixm theso two men ono of brilliant ability, but morally bad: tho other of Intellectual and moral Integrity and of statesmanlike quality suggest how it was that to men of all quality tho impression that ho ip.ivo was that of greatness, cmctly us to tho greatest intellect of this day. like Gladstono's, tho same impression has been given by u study of E. Jay Edwards. his lifo. reo-do- Irvington Milling W H1 COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. " 1 rsj H j2' f F: Merchant and Custom Millers, Hfe BhB 1 Grain Denlers nnil Manufacturers of the Highest Grades m NOW GETS CHOICE OP 1000 $16, $15 and $14 1 m OF -- qy iv . SXJITS Louisville's Greatest Clothing Houso. And 815 gets choice of our overcoats in stock. But this offer holds good only for a limited timo. No matter what tho former prices of theso overcoats, you got any ono in our houso now for $15. Order by mail if you can't como. Monoy refunded if goods do not give entire satisfaction. h , 9 . TME Roller Process 'zeo-ctieSS b WASMliGToi FAniLY HE REFUSED A CROWN AN EXAMPLE OF WASHINGTON'S NO- V Roller Process BLE AND UNSELFISH NATURE. Honr Com :ivea,l Brau, Shipstufand I Tlili Action Iniprvased Gliulntono anil Carlyto It Scemoil Incomtrclictit-bi- o to liunaparto Wuliluston' with Trumliull anil Arnold. Uclu-tlon- a CopytlshU ISO. by American I'rcss Atancla-tlon- .l Ample capital, tho best quality of grain and modorn machinery, skillfullyshandled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and ful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. carepro- For any further information call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. s MEW Mr. Gladstone, in ono of his chats with Clmnncoy M. Dcpow, Riiil that ho was Inclined to tho belief thitt all in till tho greatest man since Murtin Luther was George Wnshington. and the great English statesman went on to explain what ho meant by this Ho did not regard Washington as intellectually possessed of such genius its any one of half u dozen men whom ho conld nanio. Ilia military genius is undisputed, although of course it is hardly fair to comparo it with that displayed by John Churchill or Napoleon or Wellington. Judged simply by results, it wus as great as tho victories of uny of theso men. sinco it led to the establishment of n nation destined to be in tho nations of the world. Every ono who has studied the military movements of tho Revolution on both sides is aware that Wasliington was very greatly helped by the distractions which existed in Great Britain and which niado it impossible to coneentrato its efforts in tho American colonies. What tho result would have been had Great Britain sent a Wellington com; manding a great British nrray in caso ho and Washington joined in battle no man can say. Yet Mr. Gladstono thought that in notno respects Washington Etood tho greatest tests. His so called Fabian policy, which consisted in extraordi- pur-hncliarao-torizatibn. nt WALL PAPER FOR 1893 I t r We are offering a full line of fine and cheap Wall and Ceiling Papers, next Spring Patterns made for us in advance. NEW PAPER FOR STORES, FOR CHURCHES, GENERAL WASHINOTON. SEW PAPER NEW PAPER KEW PAPER FOR FOR RESIDENCES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS ALSO A full line and latest designs of. imported CARPETS, STRAW MATTINGS, I ft " ' RUGS, ETC. ;Jt We carry a large line of cnoap, medium and fine Lace lOurtains, Scrims, Window "ShudeB and Curtain Poles at tho very lowest prices. GEO. w c 1QDI SCO'S BRANDENBURG, KY. To riap). tpfBtttlM WAYNE'S vitfMk Hb swk.r . mfm OlNTMENTi vf&tt uj WureU mauiAika. U.1 Im. motion I itndL. UN. La lafctiH tiklftaU&r.whluudkulthJ ffM j 3rHttM. or ml by IH W M u. nni mi ur. mmml Itch, all rM AJjrvM !! fcv,ruuaii, r.A4ijxnMUiM Da, narily skillful avoidanco of battle when defeat would havo been almost cortain and when it requirod strategy of tho highest order to avoid it, was carried out with tho patienco and the conviction of genius. His retreat after tho battlo of Long Island was of itself, in Gladstone's opinion, sufficient ovidenco of great military ability to justify his appointment as commander in chief of tho American armies. But it was not in respect of military quality that Mr. Gla.dstono regarded great. Washington as so It was in tho perfect balanco of all his greater moral and intellectual qualities lay. His patienco, that this according to Mr. Gladstono, was something oxcooding that of any other mau who achloved greatness, for it was under extraordinary irritations, and patienco oxercised for no personal ambition, but simply for tho causo. His conception of what tho government which lio was seeking to establish should bo was quitoas distinct and as that of Hamilton, Jay, Madison or Jefferson, although ho probably could not havo set forth in legal argument as they did tho reasons for that conception. Thoy wero admirably sot forth In his messages, anu especially in his farowoll address, although thoro aro indications that soma of tho messages wero written by Hamilton, whilo tho farowell address was unquestionably written by Livingston, although soino writers bellovo that Madison wroto it But if tho phraseology was that of the Bocrotary tho ideas wero thoso of Washington, and ho undoubtedly sot thorn forth to his secretaries, asking thorn, who wero inoro familiar with tho literary uso of tho pen than ho, to put them in fitting language. Mr. Gladstono regards the finest triumph of noblo, unselfish, patriotic and majestlo impulse to bo illustrated by ono brief incident in Washington's career. When Washington refused tho crown, then tho world had tho finest exemplification of a noblo, majestic nature. Tho incidont is not as familiar as it should be. American youth know that Washington captured Cornwallis, made a brilliant retreat after the battle of Long Island and worried and frottod tHo British armies into oxhaustion during a seven years.' war. Thoy algo know that lie yraa president twico and ilecunca to oecomo sorrowful, linir angry nnilcontemptuous president a third time. There aro not rcpulso to thoso who wero bringing to many who know that tho only timo tears him a crown waseomcthing ,rrenter than were seen in his eyes and tho manifestatho command of the American armies tion of great jwrsonal sorrow was inado through soven years to ultimate victory. to thoso about him was upon that oc- It was an act that Euro'una could not casion at the closo of tho war when his understand. nrniy, encamped upon tho banks of tho Bonaparte wus always inclined to Hudson, was about to be disbanded. Thcro tho story purely apocryphal, although ho was a great admirer of Washington and ,uid n higher tribute to his military genius than somo other great captains havo done. But it was incomprehensible to Bonaparte that u man should havo conducted n prolonged warfare to success without any idea of personal aggrandizement, and, moreover, Bonaparto himself had no conception whatover of uny other form of republican government than that hideous nightmare which followed tho French revolution. Washington's greatness wus impressed upon some of the great men of the times I. in which lie lived even before tho world f Tar understood his victories, and there aro somo anecdotes traditionary respecting his relations with two of tho ablest men of tho Revolutionary jeriod which havo not become threadbare by constant repeWASHINGTON REFUSIKCI THE CKOWN. wero men who wero fearful that tho am- tition, and which illustrate this impresbitions and jealousies of somo of thoso sion of greatness which ho gavo to his who i hud been of Influence during tho contemporaries. Two of tho ablest men produced by Revolution would lead them to attempt to gain great personal power. There tho Revolutionary era wero Jonathan wero others who bolioved that as. a result Trumbull and Benedict Arnold. Thoy of tho victory thcro would be established were both natives of eastern Connectiin America n constitutional monarchy cut. Arnold was born only u fow miles modoled after that of Great Britain. from Trdml'mU's homo. Trumbull was Tho nation as wo now know it was a a man of great piety, splendid execntlvo LjUmplty and possessed iu tho highest do- government yet to be created. So n company of officers men Having greo ine ijiuiuui'h vi biuivumusmp. Arhaving talked this matter nold was intellectually brilliant, but influence over, agreed to go to Washington, ask oven in childhood hud revealed deficient him to accept tho crown of empiro and moral quality. Ho would havo made n to promise him tho support of tho army great business man. and was in) fact em- in establishing thus a personal throno. When they approached him Washington believed that theso officers and friends of his had comotipon son no such errand as led them often to SBKHttiim for counsel. mind that Ho was in a happy victori- morning. Tho war ously, and ho had ii rnfiiiiK 'in con- Rio others sulfation with Hamilton respecting the form of civil Tro' vemment which tho now freo cplonies should undertake. Thoy offered him tho crown in but a singlo sentence A fow years before, across tho river, Washington, being seated at breakfast, had been approached by an officer, wjio said to him that Benedict Arnold had vflcd after an attempt to y West Point into, tho hands of tho British. Tho news was appalling and to BENEDICT ARNOLD. Washington must havo been extraordibarked on such a career when tho guns at ho hod n Lexington brought him into tho field, narily painful, sinco for Arnold personal affection which ho bestowed i Trumbull, who was governor of tho uixm only two or three of his othor offi Connecticut colony, greatly admired Arcers. Yet so great was his self command, nold's energy in getting his company toso suporb his capacity for suppressing gether within an hour after tho messenAmotion, so thoroughly had ho schooled ger brought tho nows of Lexington, and himself to faco adversity with calmness, ' at tho bayonot'8 point demanding powthat thoso about him only saw a look of der from tho hesitating Now Haven ausad sternness come to his countononco as thorities, and then, equipped, leading ho uttered tho now historio words. them in tho march across country to "Whom can wo now trust'" Boston. It was Trumbull who advised But when theso officers proposed to Washington of this exploit, so that him tho empire and tried to put tho Washington bocamo early impressed scepter in his hand Washington broko with Arnold's military ardor and ability. down. There was sorrow and there was Arnold's achievement in taking an anger iu his countenance and in his man- - army across tho wilds of Mnino to Quo-bewhich has been likened' by somo writers to tho marches of Xenophon or Hannibal, gained for him tho warmest friendship of Washington. Arnold's lottors bIiow that tho only man in Revolutionary times for whom ho folt either fear or respect was Washington. In Washington's presenco Arnold was subdued, gracious. and respectful. Scmo of his letters indlcato that ho had for Washington a feeling ho had for no other man, something of affection, and it was apparent to thoso who studied tho Hfo of Arnold that the only icreon before whom ho stood tamed and whoso authority ho cheerfully acknowledged was Washington. That indicates something of that great moral quality which ltd Mr Gladstone to speak of Washington us iwrhapH the greatest man since Luther. When he was contemplating his awful tieui'hery the only thought that gavo Arnold p.iiil wits that WashingJONATHAN TUUMnULU ' ton would suffer. For the rent ho cared nor. Tears camo to his eyes, and when not one jot, ho dismissed them with n sad gesture and Trumbull, although not (.((conspicuous only n brief word theso men realized in the agitations whieh Inl to tho revolt that Wasliington had been shocked and of Mie colonies an fc.un Allium or John grieved thatit could havo entered into Iliineoek or Rof--r ni"iiinir Thomas their hearts that ho for ono moment could Jefferson, was lovertheless regarded bj havo regardod an empiro as possiblo or Washlngtc. us tho strongese friond that could havo fought through thoso seven ho had to lean upon. It is probablo that years that hoJmight himself attain tho ho revealed mjro of his confidences to Trumbull than to any other man. Thoy throne. ' In that action Washington not only ro- were something nllko In tliolr moral qual voaled his moral greatness, but, accord' ities, although Trumbull was of Puriing to tho opinion of Mr. Gladstono and tanic piety, whilo Washington was not, other grout English thinkors who havo though each of them woa a religious studied his lifo, mudo it impossible that man. a monarchy could over bo established in Somo fifty years ago tho Hon. Lcamod tho TJnitod States. Hebard was appointed executor of tho Carlylo, who had no great opinion of cstato of William Williams, who was a thi American Revolution, behoving, if grandson of Jonathan Trumbull, and his privato talks with Americans whom whoso fathor was ono of the signers of he mot havo been correctly reported, that tli Declaration of Independence. In tho it was little, more than a guerrilla war-far- o, Bottlcment cf the cstato Judgo Ileburd nqvort.holo68 has said that this half camo across u vast amount of corre bo-lio- THE WASHINGTON FAMILY. MmJSk ' Wffllfflil I&bmSr lfwm 1 pmi bo-tra- In tho presidential campaign of 1870 It was often remarked ns u curious coincidence that of the men elected president ovcry third one wus childless. Tho list ran: Washington. Madison. Jackson Polk, Buchanan and but thcro seems to havo been 11 break in tho lino, so that tho omen failed on Tilden. It is also worthy of remark that theso childless men had singularly happy homo lives, and none more so than George Washington. Martha Dandridgo was a beauty and a Virginia belle when at seventeen sho married Daniel Parke Cnstis. Of their four children two preceded their father to tho tomb, and when the Widow Cnstis married George Washington in 175U sho had but a bon and a daughter. History gives us n few exquisite glimpses of tho homo lifo of Washington for the noxt fow years. Ho and his wife were very nearly of tho same ago: both bom iu 1782: both wero wealthy, refined and of the highest standing among their Virginia contemporaries. Washington loved tho two children as his own. There was nothing to mar their domestic: life. But in 177J1 Martha Parko Custis died, and Washington was long nffected with a strange restlessness. Indeed his domestic lifo nover again seemed to calm till after the Revolution. Martha was sometimes called tho "dark lady" or "dark beauty" because of her brunetto complexion, but sho was both beautiful and amiable. Tho son, John Parke Custis. at tho ago of nineteen married ono of tho famous Calvert family at Baltimore, but ho, too, died young died of camp fever at Yorktown soon after tho surrender, leaving four children. Of theso General and Mrs. Washington adopted two. and these constituted tho Washington fmuily been in tho familiar pictures. Eleanor Parko Custis. tho daughter, was bo young at her father's doath that sho know no homo but Mount Vernon. In 1700 she becamo tho wifo of Major Lowis, Wellington's Bister's son. The Bon was tho well known Georgo Washington Parko CiiRtis. an author of Borne noto, who acquired tlio famous Arlington cstato. where ho died in 1857. His only child, a daughter, marriod Robert E. Leo, who thus became tho owner of Arliugten. J. H. B. A lleusiiimlilo View. I C1 VYfS g5ggsaag!ggES C 321 West Market, Temporary Quarters till our now house is done. LOUISVILLE, KY. jgSBBSSggBSBBB BBEgJBI Eg "53E-SS3- a m DO YOU WANT Cultivators; Plows, ) 1 Hoes, Rakes, Farm Bells, Q Pi Fence Wire, Express Wagons, Sewing Machines, (0 i Pumps and Wheelbarrows, Mantles & Grates, All Kinds of House Furnishiners. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS rrr-f- i f.a . 'i e, PAYNE Teacher Wllllo, when I called at your houso yesterday and saw tho "Lifo of Washington" I gavo you Christmas I was much griovod to notico that tho loaves had not been cut. If I'd cut Willie (meokly-No- 'm. thoso leaves I wouldn't huvo half tho chance to swop it off. WiislihiKton'a I'otlteneM. & CO. k &- c - OLOVERPORT, KY. n S33hSn&3-!?- Georgo Washington was pollto uhnost to tho point of punctiliousness. Tho Btory is often told of him that, having bowed to u colored man who had ealuted him. u friend expressed surprise Washington's quick retort wus, "What, do you with to havo mo outdono in polito-ncby a slave?" The Garrett Fence Machine. Kor wciitlng picket anil wire fence to the potts rcuily ivt In the Held. Nut eicclk--J liy any tor cntc.ipccd and perfect work, l'orty totlxty rod u Uuy can he woven. Tho wire for a thrtu double ttrand picket fenca can bo bought for o (jimruntccd to ulvc perfect to ii cents per rod. W2 Willi XI vs B '( IH 'rsv 1 1 H Ii III .ntlifartlon, tWO US DEBILITY cured by the use of National A Kiml active uuunt Hunk, Munifielil, Onlo. wanted in every county anil township In tho United States, (tood wu'is and easy work Will sell ono machine at wholesale where I liava no agent. Also wlru and other fencing material Illustrated circular and terms nt win lvs.ile. free. Address llcfurcncct Clllieiu' I rJI 1k H S. H. GARRETT, l'atcntee and Manufacturer, IVlituMlieltl, Ohio. M. ItARPBR, AVER'S Sarsaparilla Tones the system, J. 0. UOUUNK, J. DANIEL BROOKS . BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., makes the weak strong. will cure Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. v Cures Others you. X Jk.i LOUISVILUEjW. :, bl- - nt r.'.' i "i 3SJSHSjarT ii; i r "trr .I.V) J' " ' .j&3 kVjiA. ' ?('-.- . " , : .r. . -- i i ''i- - rur u . WCw-vV.3- i . 'ORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEDKUAKY 22 NOD, Proprietors. L,,, Ht. li. & X. Local Time Cunt. 10,01 a.m. Mall and Express going Eatt " West -- 10.44 a.m. Kinross 8.57 p.m. East West - 9.48 p.m. 11.19 a.m. boca. relght Eatt -- 10.04 a.m. " West 1893. VIKG1L G. 11A1IIIAGK, Kdltors and V SIX PAGES. THE COUNTY PAPER. Wjik.v soliciting subscriptions for tho BTECKK.vniDaK News, mo frequently this reply: "I am not nblo to take TiiKinost powerful political madhlno in tho world is tho United States Postal Servico. With Its fountain head stationed at tho nation's capltol it extends its long armes in ovcry direction until ovary neighborhood Is penetrated by its r, of agencies. Every in every mail agent and every post-ma- n tho land holds his position more becauso of his political activity and partisan influence than becauso of bis efficiency or ability to transact tho business of tho peoplo. This vast army of machino workers numbers nearly 200,000 strong, and yet tho party that had control of it, tho thrco last national campaigns, was defeated. not-wopost-maste- SCHUPP & SCHMIDT MFG CO. rk o o C9 PURN ITUR.B; Embracing every thing found in a first-clas- s IN ADDITION TO OUR PINE LINE OP ! house. a X X but ono paper, and in order to got tbo most for my monoy, I tako tbn ." Ho mentions some paper liko the Courier-Journa- l, t, Sun or World. Whilo wo would lovo to seo all our frionds read at least ono of tlieso great papers, thero are good reasons, wberoaman thinks that ho can afford to take only ono paper that that papar should bo bis county paper. In this connection wo mako a quotation from tbo Atlanta Constitution which fully expresses tbo idea: "Where a man cannot really, afford to take more than ono newspaper, wo say in all candor that that ono should bo his homo paper, whether it bo dally or weekly. "Wo mean what wo say. A man's first duty is to build up and sustain the enterprises which contribute to tho growth of tbo community of which ho is a part, and of all enterprises tho local newspaper is tho best; no town can enjoy perfect prosperity without a representative paper loyally sustained by appreciative citizens. "Thero is not a weekly newspaper In tho smaller towns of this State which has tho patronago it deserves. With fow exceptions tbo testimony of tho editors is that they aro working "up hill;" their labor is great and its rewards small. And yet, tbo weekly nowspaper does more for town and peoplo than any other agency "If tho citizens of tho county aro wise, they will stand by their editor and second nil his efforts to enlargo tho influence of his nowspapei; and just hero let us say another word to subscribers who assert that they can take ono newspaper only. "Newspapers aro now published at rates which aro within tho reach of all, and wo do not bcliovo thero is a man in the country, in any kind of business, who is not fully able to pay for two or more nowspapers. Tho press is a great educator, and on that alono his money would bo well Invested. The more papers with which bo surrounds himself, tho greater will bo tho benefits derived. Hut tho Constitution, for reasons given, repeats that if there is a man who is too poor topatronlzo any other than his home paper, that is tho paper for bis monoy, and may fortune increase his store Globe-Democra1 1 Sinck the government of tho Stato of Illinois has fallen Into tho hands of tbo Democrats, it has been discovered that every treasurer that tho State bos had for has misapproprimore than twonty-year- s ated tho State's funds. Acting Governor MoloGill has ordered Attorney-Generney to bring suits for tbo recovery of tbo money, and tho suits will bo brought against cloven lour and their bondsmen. Hundreds of thousands of dollars aro involved in tho suits. u I CO WE MANUFACTURE Parlor 3ult$, Turkish Chairs, Smoking Lounges, BTO. WE MAKE -- a x CO za -- o o P CO C3 J ini l! iWm I WW s MODEL FORM AN- D- wpr r I LI J i 'run conre I ltt0 II7 X 3 X o a. a. Our own MATTRESSES and guarantee the material and workmanship to be unexcelled. -- 3 D H C9 CC WE MAKE- - TENTS, AWNINGS and TARPAULINS, and everything in the CANVAS line. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 421-- 423 We challenge comparison with both Imported and Domestic Corsets for artistic shape, beauty of form and durability. .. ' '' . Corsets! "" French Shape Strip Y WEST MAKKET STREET. H ' The twelfth Annual Convention of 23-2- iSS n . - Mrs. Frank Adkisson left last week for Chlckasha, Indian Territory. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. Tho suit between James Miller AdU0IHO WIST. ministrator and Dr. J. T. Baker, which Passenger Dally arr. IIardlnsburg..l2:42 p.m. has been pending for sometlmo was comWhat a lovely city this would bo If all aonco CAST. were paved Pauenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 7:50 a.m promised. our streets and sidewalks with vitrified brick. Did you notice tho Frkk A bandsomo crayon portrait freo now pavements on Second street just for a short time. Wo aro going to boom is studying law. Air. Hugh Kingston after tho rain lost Friday. Tho artist with our business by giving to every ourchasor or Court will adjourn y o his brush couldn't havo painted them a of $10 worth of goods, a fino 4 Buy your groceries from W, B. Har- crayon portrait bust. Wo do this to brighter red. What a bonanza Clovcrport din. has in her brick industries. hdvortiso our business. Witt & Meador. Go to Haswoll & Son for your horso Notice. Mr. llAitmsoK is putting tho Whlto collars. There is but one prisoner in the counHouse in order for tho reception of Mr. wish to announco to the public that I Cleveland. Mr, Harrison is tempering ty jail. I havo bought tho saloon of W. W. Frof. Shacklett went to Meado county Vessels at Hardinsburg where I will tho last days of his administration with many graceful acts. Ho is not near so last Saturday. keep constantly on hand tho best of Attorney Weed Chelf left for homo whiskies, wines, cigars etc. Also tho bad a Republican as many people think. Tuesday morning. copper distilled whiskoy Beard it Beeler will count tho beans in made at my still at Jolly, Ky. Givo mo The unpatriotic hearts of the enemies of Democracy are laid bare when thoy their prize jar March 4th. a call. J. S. Beavin. Mrs. Hcttio Smith has been visiting brazonly laugh at tho extravagance of Wo will havo a full lino of Sowing Matho last four years and tauntingly ask Stepbensport tho past week. how wo aro going to reduce tho tariff Miss Jennie Warfield, of Clovcrport, is chines of every variety in a fow days.and will furnish tho peoplo in this vicinity when tho treasury is empty. visiting Major Scott's family. with machines cheaper than overbought Mr. R. G. Hill attorney from Owensbefore. Please givo us a call. Visitors to tho World's Fair will havo boro returned homo Saturday. Buzby A Co. a clianco to drink tho famous Milwaukee Mr. John Phelps, Louisville, was hero beer, as tho privilcdgo for dispensing that last Saturday visiting couht ritocEr.niNos. J. D. Beeler. boverage has been secured by a firm in Milt Matheny was fined $85 for unlawYou can got a good-hansewed blind that city. fully assaulting or detaining Miss Weath-crho- lt bridlo for $1.00 at Hnswell & Son's. near Stepbensport sometlmo ago. Mr. Julian Brown has gone to Meado Col. Josh Powers is in Washington W. II. Glllnor, of Louisville, and F. L. looking after his fences. Next to Mug county on tho hunt of employment. Felix, of Ohio county, wero sworn in as Severs, Colonel Powers stands nearest to A rare opportunity to havo your picpracticing attorneys of tho Court Montho hearts of this peoplo for the collec- tures enlarved. At Beard & Beeler's. day. tor's place. Tho next IJO days is your opportunity Henry Cox was fined $23 and ten days for a watch free, at Beard & Beeler's. in jail for carryiug a pistol, concealed. World's Fair coins havo not gone off ns Co.voitEssMAN Tho attachment proceedings of R. G. who aro advocating a fast as was anticipated. Only a little over Tho caso against David Kuykendall purification of tho pension roll aro re- $800,000 worth havo beon sold up to date. Hill against John Slnton wore dismissed. charged with bigamy was dismissed and ceiving annonymous letters threatening People aro slow to give up $1 for a half. Hnswell & Son havo tho largest lot of tbo defendant released from custody. them with assassination. The letters aro saddles and bridles in stock in tho town. James M. Lynch was fined $100 for elleged to bo from old soldiers. Thoy aro Valentines must havo passed pretty Mr. Henry Head has been hero for tho disturbing tho peace. signed with skull and o yesterday lost ten days looking up Life Insuranco s under freely through tho Thomas Chandler and John Smith which is written, "Mind, your doom is week. Capt. Abl says his cancellations business. were fined $5 each for running an excurhealed." It will bo remembered that the of stamps amounted to $10 and upwards. Go to Beard & Beeler's for your plant-be- d sion train on Sunday. Jameses and Youngers employed tho canvass and fertilizer. A good stork samo methods to remove tboso who obSome Republican papers openly boast Birdio Spottsman was fined $10 and on band. jected to their robberies. costs for assualting another. that tbo money in tho treasury will Foster Lyons got a judgment against about bo exhausted by tho time tho ReJack Hcndrick colored was given tho L. St. L. & T. for $1150 damages on twenty days in February 22d, is known to publicans go out of power. jail for carrying a pair of every child in tho United States as Washtobacco. brass knucks. ington's birthday. Georgo Washington Tbo firm of Hardin & Brown has dis"Seal" Duncan will likely bo tho next The grand Jury adjourned last Monwe mean, tho man of destiny, tho first at Hawesville. He has, it is solved partership, Mr. Brown going out day. They returned twenty-nin- o indictof Presidents, tho great in war and the claimed, the endorsement of Congressof tho firm. ments. sublime in peaco. It has been awbilo man Ellis. Tom Withers lias purchased tho hosuo sinco wo had an evening with George, and lot where bo now lives from John BRANDENBURG. but be was all wo say of him and oven Gen. P. G. T. Beauregard, tho last but Hook at $020. y more, "and a great nation and a one, of the five Generals of tho ConfedMr. Georgo Hook is now confined to prosperous country will n.iv thn nmm.r eracy, died at his homo in Now Orleans Mr. Elijah Allen was hero Sunday. his bed at his home near this placo and tributes to his memory. Monday. Mr. Robt T. Owings, of Wolf Creek, suffers considerably. , Elijah Board sold bis house and lot, was in town last week. Theke is no machino in this office for TiiKltepublicans and Populists aro havMrs. Grinnoll is still confined to her ing it hot in Kansas. Ono party claims grinding chaff into poetry. The horso formerly occupied by Judge Adkisson, to bed. She has been 111 witli pneumonia John Hook for $1,000. editor has all ho can attend to just now. to be tho only legally authorized Tho case of Win. McMillcn against tbo nearly a month. machine for running tho Mrs. O. O. Falrloigh spent most of last The prico of admission to tho World's town of Stepbensport was submitted to State, wbilo tho other contends for suweek in Ellzabothtown. Tho Judge premacy and threatens to take control Fair will bo 00c.; children undersix years the Court for adjudication Monday. to Louisville Friday on business at tho point of tbo bayonet. They have accompanied by their parents, freo. Anything you want at Beard it Beel went our permission to fight it out. er's dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes and returned Saturday night. Mn. James O. Edwards of tho Todd Mr. Clark, of tho Soda Ash, is occasion-l- y Ac, cheap for cash or exchango for proTiik Democratic party is pledged to a County Times, has been appointed Pri- duce. hero, from Louisville looking nftertho reform in tho pension system. Sbo doesn't vate Secretary to Senator Lindsay. Tho grand jury returned indictments interest of tho plant. Mr. P.' Bookor proposo, however, to tako from any man Reed is constantly engaged at tho buildIs Chicago in Indiana? That is tho against two or thrco parties for shooting ings, and am told is who discharged honorablo and legitimate I never idlo. All off watches and other articles for value. servico to his country, ono cent, but to question that is agitating the Hoosier tho employees speak in the highest It is regarded ns a lottery scheme. legislators just now. tho bounty jumpers, crooks, dead-beat- s terms of him. A horse sale is advertised at Irvington and shysters it will bo hot. My affable young friond. Stuart Younir. Sam Jones would draw a bigger crowd for March 3rd. Tho parties interested was in town Saturday. I remember to this city than a four-ten- t circus. Let hav somo good stock to offer and buyers The News has it from pretty reliable rendinc about him knonths aero, somo will bo given a chance to get a bargain. authority that Mug Severs is backed by him come. complimentary remarks in tho Louls-vill- o some of tho best politicians in tho Stato Operator Jesso Wbitworth has been The entire series of tiio now ColumTimes connected with tho for collector in tho second district. His confined to bis bed for four weeks. Ho bian postage stamps cost $10.20 of his marriage in tho very backing is of tho right sort with this Adis much reduced in flesh and has had a near future. I sunposo tho Times man ministration, and ho is prominent in the IiiiECKENitmoE county is in a good hard struggle with tbo typhoid fover. thought that If ho didn't marry ho ought race. Ho is now Improving slowly. shape financially. to ana so think j, but Stuart seems to Mrs. Taylor Atwood announces that think otherwise, anyhow bo's still on The next Secretary of tho Treasury, Jno. G. Carlisle, says, that no appointments The World's Fair will open in nine sbo will bo a candidate again in April for tho market. keeper of tho poor house, a position that of Internal Uovenuo Collectors will bo weeks. If Tim McAuliffe, Jr., goes to Breckon- she now holds, and which was given her made until next Juno. This will allow ridgo, run him off. He'll buy nil tho Kansas needs a good sound spanking. by tho Court of Claims last Novombor. tho terms of tho now officers to o stock you'vo got thero and won't leave at tbo beginning of tbo fiscal year. Remember that you can get any- - nice you enough to breed from. He wont 8100 E,ewarcT8i00i pieco of jewelry from T. O. Lewis. His to tho lower end of Meado recently and Foun years ago Graver Clovcland rodo Tho readers of this paper will bo pleas- show-case- s are filled with charms, ladies lam torn. that a yearling heifer (sick( on tho right side of Uonjamln Harrison ed to learn that there is at least ono pms, cuff buttons, braceletts, scarf pins, and a gontleman cow that can't eat corn to tho capital. This time it will bore-verse- dreaded discaso that scienco has been watch chains etc. Givo him a call. Is all tho cattle ho loft thero. Tim's a and Harrison will sit on tbo right ablo to euro in its stages, and that is CaNotice. hustler. Liko Georgo W. "ho cant toll a side of Mr. Cleveland. tarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only Notico is hereby given that tbo firm of lie," but you can bet on his buying positive euro known to tho medical fraDcmi-sky- , Hardin A Brown has dlsjolvcd parter- stock. of Madisonvillo, ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional and J. D. Powers, of Owensboro, were discaso, requires a constitutional treat- ship. Mr. Julian Brown goes out of tho Sunday's Courier Journal says that tho firm and tho business, in tho future, will both in Washington last week feeling ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is li G. Rngon is n good boat, and will bo taken intheir way for tho collectorship in tho sec- ternally, acting directly upon tho blood bo conducted by W. B. Hardin. All por-so- supplied with ovory convenience for tho indebted to tho firm will pleaso comfort of possongers. May bo sbo will ond district. and mucus surfuces of tho system, therecomo forward and sottlo. Wo thank you but from accounts of several who eamo by destroying the foundation of tho dis.FitOM a farmer boy in Ureckenridgo for past favors. down on her Saturday night sbo hasn't county, tho lato Dr. Norwln Green ran to caso, and giving tho patlont strength by Feb. 10th, 1893, W. B. Hardin, all of thoso conveniences now. Ono fol building up the constitution and assisttho presidency of ono of tbo largest corJulian Brown. low Bald that after surveying tho cabin ing nature in doing its work. Tho pro porate Institutions In this country. Now Saloon. Tammany. JiiBt openho was confident that ho had made a prietors havo so much faith in Its curative powers, that thoy offor Ono Hundred ed and now ready for business, n saloon mistako, got into tho wrong pow, so to Hoke Smith, of Georgia, will bo tbo youngest member of President Cleve- dollars for any caso that it fails to euro. with tho finest bar fixtures in tho coun speak, various and Sunday mottoes ty. Soveral hundred dollars wero exfrom Holy Writ and moral proSend for list of testimonials. land's Cabinet. Ho Is Bcarcoly 38. pended to mako tbo bar attractive, and verbs met his gazo, ho concluded that it Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., as tho boys all say it certainly "takes tho must bo a floating chapol bo was on inCalvin Reed, brakoman, has sued tho Toledo, Ohio. Texas for $7,000 damages, for tho loss of 5TSold by Druggists, 7Cc. cako." Wines, whlskys of oldest and stead of a Steamboat and was about' to a finger. best brands, always Bet out. Located in Jump overboard when a friond grabbed Cuffs and collars in the latest styles west sido of Court houso square. him and a good Samaritan produced a To our spring poets Cut 'cm short. at Babbago's. W. W. Vessels, Prop. small flask with tho assistance of which tho Young Men's Christian Association 0. will meet at Winchester, Ky., Feb. Tho citizens of that beautiful city aro making extensivo arrangements to entertain tbo young men which means something, as Winchester knows how to do tho handsome thing when it comes to entertaining. LOUISVILLE, KY. Truth brands these goods Fashion pronounces them HARDINSBURG. his nerves wero very much quilted. Another Meado county chap says ho started out in search of tho bar, but tbo very first thing ho saw was a nicely framed inscription with theso remarks, "Look not upon tho wlno when it is red." Before ho recovered from tho shock of this one, lo and behold his gazo met another which wound up thusly, "Ho leadeth mo by cool waters." Now bo didn't want to bo led to water, ho had seen enough of water while gazing on the raging Ohio. Ho Bays ho walked on a littlo further when ho struck "Tho way of tho transgressor is bard." "Ob Lord" ho Bighed "I must bo tho allfiredest transgressor in tho wholo universe, for no ono can striko luck harder than this." Just at this critical moment he caught tho eye of Ligo Allen. It winked. He fell upon his knees in a wild transport of joy, hysterical sobs broko from his thankful heart, and a kind hearted gentleman with a whlto necktio and silk hat gently helped him to his feet and assisted Ligo in getting him into an adjacent state room. Upon beholding tho accou torments within, tho aforesaid gent in tho white necktio and silk hat beat a hasty retreat, saying something about "vessels of wrath" etc. etc. But the other fellows didn't run, not thoy. Thoy swore that 1 frozo they'd stick to Ligo till h over or tho liquor gave out and they did. ' J .rl "HONEST QUALITY" 'CORRECT STYLES" Economy recommends our - ' -- :i V7 v & 3-- life-siz- "LOW PRICES." '3 BlhiiiJBB Mv VEST SOLE HflEHVKjitjG srf SP&V53 AGENTS -- CLOVERP0RT, KY.. Appreciated Compliment. . M d cross-bone- post-ofllc- To-da- post-mast- er If you think the advertisements in the Ni:ws are not read just step into Vest's Court House Chips. and ask him about it. At least ftvo hungrand jury. dred peoplo called on them last week to It was an o Chelf mado it pretty hot for tho boys. seo thoso pants thoy advertised so low Tbo county's indebtedness is $21,000 down. BitECKENninaE News. all told. Wo do not doubt it in the least. All the bonds of tho county havo been "No ono could help read tho tho News' funded at 5 per cent. advertisements, since they aro gotten up Tho county will get a revenue of $800 in such neat and attractive stylo. Tho Business is rolling ai a wonderful rato from tho Texas this year in tho way of Messrs. Babbago certainly deserves to bo for this time o' year In our congratulated upon tbo typographical taxes. of tho is Bill Ramsey came in ono door, it is beauty of their paper. It ono cleanest country exchanges we havo on said, just in time to Beo tho grand jury go our list. Louisvillo Sunday Star. out of the other. Frank Fraizo was up Monday night The Material Wealth of the Country. telling interesting stories of old court Ifs largely on account too, of tho new Crittenden, of Missouri, tells times in Hardinsburg. a good story. Ho gave a box party tho things in tho lino of samples Mr. Burrel Beard had to send a number of other evening at tho Coates Opera Houso Hunscho carries with him. Ho visits his guests to other quarters Monday in Kansas City, in honor of Miss Solcna Clovorport on Friday of each week and n actress of whom will bo found at Sulzer's store, where ho night for lodging. He was crowded. Fetter, tho arc so proud. Tiio party will bo happy to bco you. In fact como Tbo Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Rail- Kentuckians way Co., will pay to tho county this year was limited to Kentuckians and legal and seo him when ho is in town Fritaxes on $400,000. This does not include lights, and contained tho Chief Justice, day is tho day. the Clerk of tbo District Court, and tho tho Irvington branch. Judge of tho United States Court. Thero Over $80,000 in cash wero paid out last year on tho lino of tho branch road for is a powerful sceno in tho play "Frionds" $ timber that had heretofore been cut, where the hero discovers tho father of tno heorine, who has been abducted and thrown into log heaps and burned. OLOVERPORT, KY. drugged with whiskey and opium. Tho It is tho general feeling now nmong a hero seizes tho tell-tnl- o decanter containmajority of tho tax payors in tho tax dis- ing whisky and empties it hurridlyinto tricts that tho Court of Claims should tbo cuspidor, and is usually rewarded by WOOD'S PHOPHODINE J'lio Grout I.nglltli Itomutly. levy tho tax so tho people could go ahead a burst of npplauso from tbo excited auPromptly and perm a and pay it. dience. Governor Crittenden, howovcr, ncntly cures nil forma of New-BoNervous Weakness. F.rnli. It takes Jim Lewis to knock Dr. tells tho story, that when that decanter iont, Spermatorrhea, Imout in agamo of whist. Tho Doctor was being emptied, oyery Kentuckian potence and all cflects of Abuse or Excesses. Hten thinks ho knows a thing or two about tho held on to his seat and with ono accord sHtUsK'fuL prescribed over 35 years In thousands ol cases: Is the game, but it doesn't count for much when exclaimed: "My God I what a waste of before ana Aner. only Keliable and Honest J. L. is in it. n own. Medicine As druccist for Wood's tho material wealth of tho country I" I'liosntuumc: 11 uc oners owc wonmess mediTbo best Joko of the season is, tho Lexlngtou Transcript. cine in place of this, leave hisdishoneststore, Inclose price in letter, and wcvvlll send by return grnnd jury's indicting Davo Moorman for mall. Price, one pac ape, 1; six. c. One will NOTICE. Pamphlet In plain sealed please, six will cure. working on Sunday. The trial was called envelope, a stamps. Address Any ono having for sale, Whlto or thi8court,and it was actually proven that Tiio Wood Chemical Co. 31 Woodward avenna Detroit, Mich.. Davo was never known to do a day's Red Oak timber land or White nnd Red A-- Sold In Clovcrport by C. C. Martin, and druggists everywhere. or staves. Pleaso address work in his lifo. This knocked Chelf Oak timber James Redman, Glasgow, Ky. completely out and be demurred the case. old-tim- ROLLING I -- .; .ts . vi i Tailoring Department f Ex-Go- well-know- ft 71 WB WA. m S5 BEWLEYVILLE. L. E. Henderson is attendingcourt this weok. Rev. Richardso preached at Bethel Sunday. W. F. Cain, jr., wont to Hardinsburg Monday. Geo. E. Drury went to Hardinsburg Monday. W. J. Stith, jr., of Council Grovo, Ok., is visiting his parents. Mr. W. J. Piggott and family, spent last week in Hardinsburg. Most of our ypung people went to church at Bethel Sunday. Call and boo our lino of ladles' and gent's fino shoes. Cash Store. You should examine our shirts before you purchase elsewhere. Cash Store. Tho MIeses Olaycomb, of Wobslor, aro visiting Miss Victoria Payno this weok. Wo bad another hot drop in town Monday, in tho shapo of a patent medicine man. Clydo Shumato is spending n few days with his sistor Mrs. Geo. Wathon at Falls of Rough. Mr. E. O. Hardaway loft Monday to rcsumo his position as fireman on tho Bruises, Sores, Ulcors.Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay requireu. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prlco 25 cents per For sale by Short A Haynes, box. druggists. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salvo in the world for Cuts, fftitW& com-menc- Stonewall Poultry Farm. d, Pure bred Light Brahma and Barred Plymoth Rock Eggs thirteon for $1.50 or My pens aro fine. thirty for $11.00. Roasonablo hatch guaranteed. Cash with mail order. Eggs carefully packed Our stock und delivered to express at Irvington, Ky of FRANCIS P. MORTEN, BEWLEV VILLE, K7. Auction, at bit late residence, near Ithodella, Meade county, Ky,, February 23d, 1893. ElTecti consist! of six aead of bortei, Ovo hold of cattle, teren head of bogs, one mowing machine, two wagons, farming implements, household goods and kltehoa furniture. TKKMS OP SALE All amoanti under $5 cash; all amounts oyer $!, with approved security, will be glron twelve month's time, with interest from date. Bale will begin at 10 o'clock a, m. PAUL KULI.MANN.Admlnlstiator. will be sold at Publlo ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. All the efleoii of Peter Kullaano, deceased, Is very complete, wc have them jn nil style oild prices, and will be pleased to show them. We keep a full lincofClocksJcwelry,Sil. vcrwarc, Gold Pens, Spectacles, Musical Merchandise, Etc. We are selling all goods very low and cordially invite all persons interested to call and see us. ISRepairs promptly und neatly done. ' 1' w 1 York, Miss Blancho Jolly Is again at homo writes: "Acorn on tliotoo lia after having spent thrco months In Louis-vlll- o thorn In tiio ileuli, which . C. C. Certain Corn Cure' inotttincr-clfull- y with her sister, Mrs. R. M Jolly. removes." N.N.AM.V.R.R. Rev. F. C. Itrlclmrt, Now F.. N. D'Huy, Jeweler, KY OLOVERPORT, ,. fc , , It. . Jfetit.itj .ytvii. A,', a jlf1- - 4te - T Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEBKUAKY 22, 1803. -- erax ac-r- a cm? ISlOItJSL mmmmim .QSjMhxW fe573TxC v iixrrsr sLRIE CATHOLIC VIEW OF LABOR. Tito Church Regard! the Wnrklncmcu Her Most Precious Jewels. Tho position of tho Catholio church to- Basin Spring Stock Farm ! Twenty Head Phillip's Black Horso nine Jeans, f UOBCOO . OABDINAL GIBBONS. HE 13 LOVED ward tho labor question formed tho subject of an interesting lecture doliverod tho other day by tho Rov. P. A. Ualpin, B. ... 3 ' Taylor. knto Walker. (?.VJy,Eng,,0lr Mlss Crockett. -- OF GOOD - AND REVERED BY PEO- PLE OF ALL DENOMINATIONS. Tho Social Life of llaltlmoro If Pervaded by an TJnmUtttkoblo Catholic Tone Convert Attett to tlio Leaning Toward Komo Aneedoto of the Cardinal. Thoro Is a wondorful chango taking placo In tho religious character of tho pcoplo of Baltimore A most decided Catholic tono in tho social lifo Is apparent, and that tho undercurrent of religious opinion is toward Romo is very evident. "Wo cannot undcrtako to account for this. It may uo tho beneficent influenco of Cardinal Gibbons' rcsidenco thero, for In all circles ho is regarded with tho highest esteem and admiration, or it fr si, v- -' CARDINAL aiDIlO.VS. tj S av 1 ? , ' A may bo that tho bread of charity, lovo ondtoloranco cast upon tho waters by tho chivalrous Catholic founders of Maryland is returning after many days to bless and vindlcato thoir memories through tho natural workings of tho laws and high Ideals conceived and put Into operation as fundamental principles of government by them. It may bo cither, and tho probability is that It is both, but certain it is that no place In this country is showing greater progress in tho way of conversions than Bal-- . timoro. Cardinal Gibbons looks for an nverago of 10 per cent of thoso ho confirms in tho courso of tho year being converts a fact that tolls tho story very substantially. Wo ourselves wero present nt tho silver jubileo of St. Martin's church, on tho outskirts of tho city, whero as fino a congregation as wo liavo over seen had gathored to hear his cminenco and Bishop Foley of Detroit, who onco officiated in tho parish. Something peculiar about tho copgregation puzzled us until later, when '0 found tho solution in tho fact (1,200) of tho 3,000 persons that two-fiftwero converts. Wo found 'with all this that tho most cordial relations existed between thoso of our separated brethren and tho members of our own faith a thing that is illustrated by this aneedoto: Cardinal Gibbons, in ono of hi i "constitutionals," for which ho is noted, was accompanied by a Protestant visitor from abroad Their conversation was suddenly interrupted by tho approach of a number of people, evidently coming from church. Nearly every lady and gentlo-ma- n saluted his cminenco in a most familiar yet at tho eaino time respectful manner and ho in turn had a kindly greoting for each. They kept him busy In this way for nearly two blocks. When his companion could at last resumo tho interrupted conversation, ho said: "You Beem to know about every ono in your congregation, your eminonco. How do youmanago to remember your peoplo all over tho city that way?" "Oh," replied tho cardinal laughingly, "I get along pretty well somehow or other, and I'm not confined either to 'my own pcoplo,' as you call them. For instance this is not a Catholio congregation at all it Is tho members of St. James Episcopal church." Tho aneedoto Is vouched for on authority wo guarantee Maybo in it will bo found tho key to tho changing sentiment 60 favorablo to Catholicity. Freeman's J., at Boston. Taking tho recent encyclical of tho popo as a sort of text to preach from, Father Holpin pointed out that at no timo during Its long strugglo for hotter conditions was labor without tho sympathy and tho activo of tho church. To hor tho children of toil havo over been most precious. To quoto tho langungo of Father Halpln: "Ono fact is clear on every pago of tho history of tho church, that Cornelia nover pointed with moro prido to her n chlldron than tho church to tho as her most precious jowels. As their mother sho has. over shown for thorn an especial affection; as thoir instructor, indicated tho way to thoir as their mistress and queen, Interposed in their behalf. Hor divino founder, ho who had said, 'Como unto mo, all yo who labor and nro heavily laden; I will rofroshon you,' planted this mothorly Instinct in tho breast of tho church." With such Instinct planted in her breast, it would bo strango indeed if tho church did not sympathlzo with labor. It would boas if a mother would bocaro-los- s of tho well being of children who aro very dear to her. Henco wo find her in ovory ago standing forth as n defender and protector of labor. In tho words of Fathor Halpin, "tho burning question of labor is nover out of tho mind of tho church." But hor view of tho labor question is quito different from that which obtains among political economists. In her eyes tho workingman is not simply a factor In tho production of wealth. Ho is not a moro machino which is to bo estimated by tho amount of work it turns out. Ho is morojhan that. Ho is, to quoto Father Halpin,"a man with an immortal soul, a snblimo mission, a right to his intellectual dovolopntcnt and his spiritual freedom. Anathema oven to tho laborf r himsolf , if ho allows himself to bo dragged down from this dignity!" Regarding tho question of labor from this point of viow, tho church must array herself against tho inhuman theory that considers labor as a commodity that is to bo bought and sold liko any other commodity. It was against this degrading doctrino Leo XIII raised his voico in Ida notablo encyclical on tho labor question. Irish World. work-Ingmen; LSalllo W Roy, 02 ,--r Denmark, F. S. fuss, 101) . Unggard Maro f Blackwood 1 Brown Dick V'TCT ' sV 9i C Phillip's Blackwood... Rebecca hK7 H jJ) T!i j cc Noti: ; t Second dam (Third dam Legtreosurer. high : Foaled in 1888 ; bred by Prico Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 16 handa weight, about 1,125 pounds ; splondid mano and tail, and hag as much stylo as anybody's horso. He is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. When you soo tho stylo and general appearance of this horso, and couple it with his brceding,you will at onco be impressed with tho fact that ho must makea great brecdor. Runa back to such great sires as Roscoo, Bluo Jeans. 3, Rob Roy, 02, Denmark, F. S. Will mako tho Season of 1893 at my etablo at $10 to ihsuro a hvo colt. Hor s & FOR SALE larch On- - Black Hawk is un oxtra Mule Jack. Will mako tho season at $8 to insure a live colt, Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break and handle horses at my placo on reasonable terms. I am prepared to keep mares on rcasonablo terms. Will not bo responsible for accidonts or escapes. Friday, 3d, 1893. TOIKCILSr IfcTIB'VI'XT, IRVINGTON, KY. Thero will be a Public Salo of Twenty Mares, Geldings and Colts at Irvington, Ky. This stock is all well bred, being sired by Lennox Cuylcr, Royal Denmark, Splendor and Aberdeen Star, tho well known stallions that stood so long at Basin Spring Farm, tho property of W. W. Williams. GOLDEN JUBILEE OF THE POPE. Journal. r Tho New Kngllih Cardinal. -- Sh Archbishop Vaughan of Westminster, who hastjeon clovated to tho cardinalato, has received his red hat with unprecedented rapidity. His predecessor, Manning, although a particular protego of Pins LX, had to wait 10 years from his appointment to tho archbishopric of Westminster before ho was called to tho cardinalato. No doubt tho deccaso of tho throo English cardinals Nowman, Manning nnd Howard in quick succession paved tho way for Dr. Yaughan's promotion. Besides, as Bishop of Dr. Vaughan has been qualifying for years past for a princedom of tho church by Ids constant and vigorous championship, both in speech and in print, of tho rights and claims of tho papacy. What titlo will ho assumo? Evory cardinal has n titular church in Romo and takes formal possession of it immediately after receiving tho red hat from tho hands of tho pope. Newman's was St. Goorgo in Volabroj Manning's, St. Andrew and Gregory on tho Crclian hill. Probably Popo Leo will assign tho latter to Cardinal Vaughan. Thero is only ono instanco on record in our century of an Englishman declining tho offer of a cardinal's hat. Tho Rov. DrLingard, tho Catholio historian of England, was tho ecclesiastic who thus preferred to remain a clerical commonor. Sal-for- d, Fourteen Mew Cardinal. Tho popo has created 14 new cardinals, tho list not including any Americans. Archbishop Vaughan of Westminster was elevated to tho cardinalato, also Archbishop Loguo, primato of Ireland; Archbishop Krementz of Cologne, Princo Archbishop Kopp of Bros-laMgr. Mocenni, papal under secretary of stato; Mgr. Persico, secretary of tho propaganda, and others, thero being in all six Italian eardinals, two French cardinals, two Prussian, ono English (Vaughan), ono Irish (Loguo), ono Hungarian and ono Spanish cardinal. Irishmen all tho world over will rejoice at tho honor thus dono to tho successor of St. Patrick tho Most Rov. Dr. Loguo, archbishop of Armagh and the choico that the holy father has mado was no doubt influenced in somo degree by this link with a great historic past. This is tho first timo, says tho Liverpool Catholio Times, that a cardinal's hat has been given to tho "primato of all Ireland." Tho seo of Dublin has thus been honored moro than onco, thanks to its importance as a center of civil government, but tho history of tho seo of Armagh is a moro thoroughly Irish ono. The present archbishop of Dublin stands in the front rank of patriotic Irishmen, but many of his predecessors woro nothing moro than tho bishops of a foreign colony planted in Ireland. Boforo tho Norman invasion Dublin was a Danish city, and so doterminod wero its Danish rulers to hold themselves apart from tho "moro Irish" that they used to havo their bishops consecrated by somo prelato on tho other sido of St. Georgo's channel, and Dublin was practically, though not nominally, dependent on Canterbury. After tho Normans camo tho archbishop of Dublin was for n centuries tho chief bishop of tho "palo." Only in our timo has Dublin thrown off this tradition that seo. Catholio Remado it anun-Iris- h view. Anglo-Norma- a "Unsuntr Heroes." Father James Coylo of Providonco, in recent locturo iu that city, spoko as J y- - fte r 4 A Ho One With God. Lot your will bo ono with God's will and bo glad to bo disposed of by him. Ho will ordor all things for you. Who can cross your will when it is ono with his will, on which all creation hangs, round which all things revolve? Keep your hearts clear of ovil thoughts, for as ovil choices estrange tho will from his will, so ovil thoughts cloud tho soul and hldo him from us. Whatever sots us in opposition to him makes our will an intolerable torment. So long as wo will ono thing and ho another wo go on piercing ourselves through and through with a porpotual wound, and his will advances, moving on in sanctity and majesty, crushing ouru into tho dust Cardinal Manning. A Good Record. "lhavo sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for ten years," says druggist E. B.Legg, of Vail, Ia.,"and havo always warranted it and nover had a bottlo returned. During tho past 00 days I havo sold twelve dozen and it has given perfect satisfaction in ovory instanco." It does not dry up a cough, but loosens and relloves it. It will euro a severe cold in less timo than any other treatment. 25 and 50ct. and $1 bottles for, salo by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. follows: "Freedom is not tho inheritanco of tho noblo born alono, but tho birthright of every son and daughter of Adam. Wo of America, wo of tliis great republic, wero born with tho samo uncontrollablo longings and tho samo divino birthright. That wo havo been truo and prompt on tho battlefield our past bears testimony. Wo nro men born in different climes, speaking different tongues, yet in tho hour of need wo rushed under ono common banner, with ono common impulso, to death or to victory, with a heroism such as tho world has seldom seen. And tho foundation of tho ropublio was planted, and tho American peoplo aro now tho foremost peoplo in tho world. Tho glorious flag has been tho shroud of champions from every quarter of tho globo. Tho deeds of somo livo in Btory and in song, whilo tho narrow minded havo consigned others to unmerited oblivion. In a country liko this color, raco and creed should bo studiously avoided, but tinfortunately this has not been tho caso. Somo defendoru of tho flag havo boon ignored, nnd I would lay boforo you tho history and chronicles of unsung n soldiers." deeds of Tho Bjicnker then read sketches from historical writers showing that a largo percontago of tho regiments which hod fought for tho glory of this country woro of Ccltio origin, and said that testimony of tho most convincing kind esf tablishes tho fact that at least of tho Revolutionary army was composed of Irishmen cr men of Irish descent. Boston Pilot. A Leader. Sinco its first introduction, Electric Hitters lias gained rapidly in popular favor, until now it is clearly in tho lead among puro medicinal-tonic- s and alteratives containing nothing which permits its uso as a bovcrago or intoxicant, it is recognized as tho best and purest medicino for all ailments of Stomach, Liver or Kidneys. It will euro Sick Constipation, Headache, Indigestion, and drive Malaria from tho svstem. Satisfaction guaranteed wjth each bottlo or tho money will bo refunded, Prico Sold by Short & only 50c. per bottle, Ilaynes, druggists. Celtic-Americaono-hal- Tall Programme of the Celebrations Approved by tho Holy Father. In preparation for tho jubileo year of his holiness and to incito tho taithful to toko part in tho joyous event thero took placo in tho Church of tho Gesu In tho lost threo days of December, 1802, a solemn function, with discourses of tho Rov. Father Gaetano Zocehl of tho of Jesus. This concluded with tho "To Dcum" in thanksgiving to God for having brought us to tho year of tho episcopal jubileo of his holiness. On tho occasion of tho opiphany of 1893 tho holy father roeelved "tho homage of tho innocents," admitting to his presence tho children belonging to families of Romo, who, together with their parents, prettented an offering to his holiness. Toward tho end of January tho central oxecutivo commltteo of tho jubileo feasts will present to tho sovereign pontiff tho "scientific houiago" of Bomo Italian Catholic writers intrusted to tho Roman Circlo of St. Sebastian. On tho occasion of tho feast of tho apparition of tho immaculato conception at Lourdes (11th of February) tho Circlo of tho Immaculato of tho Youth of Romo will present to his holiness un album containing in appropriate designs tho noto of tho prayers mado for his holiness during tho year 1802 In many pious Institutions of Romo. On tho 10th and 17th of February thero will take placo for seunrnto regions tho rccoption by tho holy father of tho Italian pilgrimage. On tho 18th of February his holiness will receivo tho presidency of tho permanent cominittco for congresses, promoter of tho celobrations; tho central oxecutivo committeo, which will presont tho offerings to it as "alms of tho jubileo mass," and tho committoo of Roman ladies, who will present tho very rich copo wldch tho holy father will wear on tho following day in St. Peter's. On this occasion thero will bo presented to his holiness a synoptic picture of tho permanent works founded in perennial memory of his episcopal jubileo. On tho 17th of February, tho occasion of tho jubileo, his holiness will descend into St. Peter's to celebrato mass thoro. at which will assist all tho pilgrims present in Romo and tho Catholics of Romo In tho archbasilica of St. John Later-an- , on tho 20th of February, in tho hours of tho afternoon, tho anniversary of tho election of his holiness to tho sovereign pontificato occurring on that day. a solemn "To Deum" will bo chanted. On tho 21st, 22d and 23d of February solemn functions will held in tho Church of San Lorenzo in Panispcrna, whero tho holy fathor received episcopal consecration CO years ago. On tho octavo of tho jubileo namely, tho 26th of February tho central oxecutivo commission, after giving now sniti of clothes to 100 poor persons by means of tho Romana socloty, will conduct them to tho table of tho Eucharist in tho Church of San Lorenzo in Panispcrna and afterward will givo them a dinner at which thoy will bo served by ladies and gentlemen of tho Roman nobility. In tho month of February and in tho Church of tho Holy Apostles a solemn Htorary and musical acadomia In honor of his holiness will bo given under tho direction of tho contral executivo commission. Tho literary part is intrnsted to tho Arcadia, and tho musical part to tho Slstlno chapel, directed by tho illustrious Commendatoro Domenico Mustafa, as their homago to tho holy father. On tho 3d df March, tho anniversary of tho coronation of his holiness, a solemn "To Doura" willbosung in tho Vatican basilica in tho afternoon. Under tho direction and patronago of tho Society for Catholio Intcrcsts.chargcd with tho task by tho central executivo commission, missions will bo given to tho pcoplo in four churches of Romo in Pas So-clo- ty America in 1993 Conditions of Life a HundredyeoEtence SINCE Original Views from Prominent People This will bo a bona fide salo, all stock once put up will go to tho highest and best bidder. 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I'AIIT I Kdwin llrothertolt, heir Ion manor nn the IIuJkiii, It left an urnlun with the inmiiir hcavlljr niorlifaeed to the Uillop eitatc. lie tocs to New York city to seek lilt fortune. CllW-TE- lt IV Jane lllllop, the llillop hrlren. Kaini an Interview with young Ilrotlicrtrt. V The lllllop and Ilrothcrlnrt fottune are united by iKirnaKe. VI lliolhcftoir"uoe on a colonial minion to Hncland. Mn, llrothertolt uccumbt Illrth ol a to anglomania and longi for a title daughter, Lucy, and return home. VII The manor home become! the retort ol redcoaU. llrothertolt It at lattexlted by wife and daughter He joint the patriot!. I'AItT II Major l'eter Skerrett, aid to Gen-erWashington, arrlvet at General Putnam' CIIA1'-iji- lt iMtitotcampatt'ithklll.on.the-lludion- . III bkerrett volunteer! to lead a party to "cut out" Captain Kerr, a redcoat, who It n tjuett at Hrothertoft manor. IV Hdwln llrotli-t-rto- ft, nivn at bergeant Lincoln, It among bkerrttt'f men. A tcrvant from the manor, Voltaire, brlngt newt to camp. V Mrt. llruth-crto- ft design! that Lucy shall marry Captain Kerr. VI Lucy li anxlout to etcapc. VII bkerrett take! Voltaire into the plot to capture Kerr and rescue Lucy. VIII Jlerck Uewltt an old manor hand, It Skerrett' guide. I'AItT III Itedcoatt are at llrolocrtoft manor Voltaire prepare! for Lucy'! flight to the I'lth-kl- ll camp Chapter! V and VI Plotting below (tain at the manor. Lucy's wedding outfit. VII Major hkerrett'i party rcichci the manor. VII Jlerck Ilewltt get! fntoiicuted. IX hker-rc- tt enters the manor house in disguise and disarms Cap'aln Kerr. X Uewltt raid! the wine cellar at the manor. XI Mrs. Hrothertoft discovers the Intruder! and glvei the alarm. XII and XIII Kerr Is tecutcd. Mrt. Hrothertoft shoot! her husband and li left bound and helpless In the mansion. XI V Hrothertoft recovers Lucy sfc. The party leave the manor. The manor hiuse takes fire, llrothertolt and Hewitt turn back to fri e the hclpUts woman. XVI and XVII Itctcuc ol Mr., llrothertolt lleiurnol Lucy. XVIII Death of Mrs. Ilruth-r;ol- t. M C lhopatrl tarm) em atuped around the mai or. X. The bulbi o! flamo through the door shot up nmt grew rank, tho wreaths of (latno reached out and spread fast us tlio beautiful tendrils of a magic vine, tho MB jR?7 w CHW-. y-r - TTK X. ?v M -- ., SpT J K, i kf ' sJiuddjrfo of the old cedar tick with hurrnr and fntlfjitc. Finoko drifted together again and hid the room and tho figure Hitting there. Over tho carpet of flame, through the bower of Hamo, whero long streamers redder than autumn hung and climlied, through tho thick, blinding, suffocating, bailling smoke, Edwin Brotliertoft sprang in to save his wife. (JSod help him, for his lovo is strong! By this time, from tho Tartar frigato and her consorts, boats' crews were making for tho burning house. They honeil to handle and furl tho flumes as they would a flapping maintopsail in a galo. By this time the manor peoplo wero also hurrying up, with neighborly intent to fling looking glasses and crockery from the wfndows and save them. Tho Tartars wero exhilarated by the eplendid spectaclo of liro in revolt. It was indeed a wild and passionate scene. From every window Angers of flamo beckoned tho world to behold it. And now on Lucy's turret firo had hoisted its banner us in a castlo tho flag goes up when the master comes to hold holiday. Tho bailors gained tho foot of tho lawn. This pageant btirst upon them. Thoy sprang forward with a hurrah. Suddenly tho foremost paused and huddled together. What is it? A dark iiguro, bearing Bomo heavy burden, appeared at tho only window of tho front whero tho flames wero not overflowing in full streams nnd fountniniug upward. Tho figuro camo fighting forward. Firo Ehouted and clutched at it. Stnoko poured around, to bewilder it. Tho iiguro a man's form staggered nnd foil. Inward or outward inward into that fiery furnace, or outward toward tho quiet frosty air of night tho sailors could not eeo. They rushed on moro eagerly, but this timo without tho cheer. Only tho bravest, with Commodore Ho'.ham himself at their head, dared face tho flumes and touch tho scorching beat to Beek for that escaping figuro they hud seen. They found him lying without, under tho great window a man, anil in his arms a burned and blackened thing. It might be, thoy thought, a woman. Thoy carried them away whero tho air was cool ind tho crisp frost was on tho grass. Tho innn breathed and moaned. No ono know ilia face, masked with black smoko. With tho neighbors, Mrs. Dowitt now camo running up and joined tho group. "Seol" said alio, with a shudder. TJiis was my mistress. Sho always woro this diamond on her neck in tho evening. Sho is dead. No; bIio breathesl" Yes; thero was tho gem, showing red reflections of tho flumes. An hour ago tho woman had been a beauty, and tho diamond a point of admiration, caving, "Mark this white neck and thi fair bosoml" Now it mndo tho utter ruin thero moro jiitiful. Somo ono led forward Volante, drooping and all in a foaiu. Thero was evidently somo mystery in this disaster. '.'Tako theso burned creature's to tho nearest house," said Ilothnm. "And now, boys, some of you try to savo tho stables. Somo conio with mo at tho house Thero wero moro peoplo in it." Tho sailors fought firo. Tho others carried tho two bodies to Bilsby's farm-liousThe flumes showed them their path under tho red leaved trees of October, Tho samo ruddy light was guiding Brotliertoft on her way to what a whilo ago was homo. Long boforo sho reachod tho spot tho and frenzy of tho flames had sub sided. Nothing was left but tho ragged walls and tho red ruins of tho manor lioupc. It had been punished by firo for tho mis-cr- y and sin it had sheltered. A guard of sailors, under a lioutenant, protected what littlo property hud been saved. Lucy learned from them how an unknown man had rescued her mother to dlo away from tho flames. Sho loft Voltairo to make somo plans-ibl- o story of tho kidnapping, and to invent ft roleaso of hers from tho captors' hands, when tho firo they hud accidentally kindled was discovered. Sho lmstenod to help tho father sho loved and tho mother she pitied so deeply. Jierck Dewitt followed her to Bilsby's door. "Go, Jierck!" sho said. "It makes mo .geo lie sank thnui nt the foot TER XIX. General Vun;:han camo down the rivor from Kingston, smelling of arson. Sir Henry Clinton destroyod tho Highland forts and retired to Now York. Tho Continental outposts forthwith Peokskill. With thorn camo Peter Skerrett, nnd thero woro bristles on his upper lip a week or so old. Ho hastened nt onco toward tho Bilsby farrai whero tho Brothortofts had found Bhcltor. Ho turned asido on tho way to seo tlio ruins of tho manor houso. It tho W-- M jfv-.- treeswas still brilliant October.andIfpurthat first put on crimsons ..llli'MHSlf III V I ll W I ples now woro soro nnd baro, later comlawmmmi' ers kept up 'tho pageant. Indeed the great oaks had only just consented to tho change of season. It took sharp frosts to scourgo green sumraor out of them. The woods Beemed as splendid to Peter Skerrott as when ho looked over thorn on tho day of his.adventuro hero. Nothing was altered cicept in ono forlorn spot. There, instead of tho lino old dignified manor houso, .appeared onlyn do w sodden heap of cinders nnd ashes tho tragic monument of a tragedy. "It did Well to perish," thought Sker-ret- t. "It had sheltered crime. Its moral utmosphero was tainted. Tho puro hud fled from it; Happiness never could dwell thero."! Slic reached blindly for hi hand. Potor stood leaning ngainst a great Would that marred and ruined being oak troo and studying tho scene. Tho onco tho beautiful Mrs. Brotliertoft, autumn loaves, around him dallied and over rovivo enough to ask and roceivo drifted, nnd fall into tho lap of earth. Ho lingered, he hesitated nnd let his forgiveness from her husband? Lucy did not duro to hopo it. Sho looks dally with tho vagrant leaves, as watched tho breathing corpse, and looked thoy circled and floated in tho quiet air, choosing tho spots whero thoy would lay to seo it tiny moment cscapo from iU themdown nnd dio. bodily torture into death. Just now ho was in such eager hasto, Edwin Brotliertoft was but littlo ind now ho hesitated, ho lingered, ho harmed by tho flames. A single leap ihrank from nn interview ho had ardenthad carried him through tho fiery circle ly anticipated. Tho fair girl he had aided to savo from which was dovouring his wife as sho sit bound. In an instant ho had dragged a misorablo fato her faco seen for a her away over tho fulling floor, cut Iter moment dimly by starlight over hnunted him. .Theso heavy Borrows coming upon froo and was at tho window struggling her young lifo filled him with infmito through. Ho had leen almost stifled by pity. As ho thought of hor tho undetho smoke, but his hurts wero slight. veloped true lover in him began to deled-sidIn n few days ho was at his wifo's velop. Anil now, standing in this placo whero Ho alono could interpret tho sad, sad ho had first soon hor in a moment of languago of her suffering moans. Hor peril, whero ho hud felt tho grateful soul, half dormant, in a body robled of pressuro of her hand, ho porcoived how all its senses, seemed to perceive his largo nnd vigorous his passion had grown presenco nnd his absenco by somo spir- from theso small beginnings. itual touch. Would sho ever hear his ' words of peace? 'J' P IS Tho red, ripo leaves grow overripe, and fell and buried October. TliPn camo tho first days of November, with their cleur, sharp sunshino, and bold, blue sky, nnd massive whito clouds, sailing with tho northwest wind a month boforo tho snowdrifts. Sweet Indian summer followed. Its low southern breezes whinpered tho dying refrain of tho times of roses and passionato sunshine. Edwin Brotliertoft sat by his wifo's window ono twilight of that pensivo THREE-CHAPJ ft dreadful ho'rm you liovo tiono. ui nno toll tho wholo to Major Skerrett." "Will you speak to my wifo, Miss Lury, nnd show her how sho is to bltme how her wrong sent mo wrong? Tell hor how sho nnd I are linked in with ruin hero. Perhaps it will help you to forgivo mo if yon can better her." Lucy promised. Sho entered tho fnrmhotiso to encounter her holy duties witli her par., ents. Jierck hurried off to meet Major Skerrett, give him the sorrowful history of tho night, and warn him away from a region that would bo allvo by daylight, nnd bayoneting haystacks and hollow trees for kidnapers. Tho penitent fellow cotiit got no further on his return than vedur ridge. Thero ho saw tho red embers of tho manor liouso watching him from tho edgo of tho horizon liko tho oyo of n Cyclops. Ho was fascinated, nnd sank down nt tho foot of tho uncanny old cedar sick with horror nnd fatigue. bkerrett nnd Canady, pressing anxiously on, found Jierck thero nt Minriso asleep and half dead with cold. Thoy roused him nnd heard his story. A littlo wreath of smoko alone marked tho sito of tho manor liouso. Hero was tho starting point, there was tho goal of Edwin Brotliertnft's night gallop. It thrilled tho major to hear of that wild ride, and to fancy ho Baw tho whito horso dashing through tho darkness on that noblo errand of mercy. "Somo men would havo said, 'Curse her! let her burn I She's hurt mo worso than flro'll hurt her,"' says Hcndrecus. "Somo would have took tho turns of the road, and got to the liouso when it was nothing but chimbleys. Somo would havo been afeard of being known, and shot for n rebel. I'vo heard say that tho Patroon wasn't ono of the strong kind; but ho's dono n splendid tiling hero, nnd I'm proud of myself that 1 was bom on tho samo soil and stand a chance to hnvosomo of tho sumo natural grit into me." Nothing further could bo done, nnd it was not safo to loiter. Tho thrco returned over the highlands to Putnam's army. And that day and for many days Peter Skerrett meditated on this tcrri-bi- o end of tho sorrow nnd sin nt Broth-cr.tomanor. Ho traced with ghuHtly interest tho different paths by which vengeance converged upon tho guilty woinnn, nnd snw with what careful method her crimo hud prepared its own punishment. "God grant," said ho, "that sho may live tokmw what lovo nnd pity did to suo her from tho horror of her penalty!" PART THREE CHM'TER XVIIL would havo dwindled away a prosper- not starflo tho nowcomcr. I'o would ous gontlemnn, lost his heroic nud mar- not turn. It was now to the bravo and tyr spirit and smiled or sneered or ardent fellow to iiercoive timidity in his trembled nt tho shout for freedom heart nud to evade an encounter with through tho land. any danger. Except for this great sorrow his grace Tho footstep quickened n woman's ful girt would havo made him n court-lo- r, surely. In n moment ho heard a sweet his refinement would havo becotuo voico call his' name. fastidiousness, ho would havo learned A shy and timorous cull, it gcntlo, to idolizo the status quo, nnd then, when trembling tono, it camo through the tho moment camo for solf sacrifice, ho sunshino nnd mndo nil tho air music. would havo been falso to his nobler self. Her voico! It was tho voico ho had That meanness nnd misery ho hud es- longed nnd dreaded to hear. But now caped. That he had escaped It and knew he feared no more. He believed that himself to lw a man wholly trno was his immortal joy was begun, and theso victory. Tho world might repeat Its old tremors of his soul, in answer to tho refrain of disappointment In his career; trembles of her call, could nover bo tho it might say, "He promised to bo our earliest warnings of an agony. brilliant leader he Is nobody." But it Ho saw her faco again, fairer than ho could nover say: "See, th'ero is Brotlier- had dreamed, in the happy sunlight. toft! He was an ardent patriot: but Ho felt ngaiu tho thankful pressure Jl wealth spoiled him, tho ronrt bought hor hand. Ho listened to her earnest him nnd ho left us meanly." words of gratitude, "My life," ho thought, "has been someThoy spoko n little ho gravely, she what a negative. I havo missed suc- tearfully of tho tragedy of her moth- cess. I havo missed tho Joy of houseor s lifo. This shadow deepened tho hold peace. And yet I boar no grudge tondornos of the lovor. And she, peragainst iny destiny. 1 hovo never for ceiving this, drow closer to him,' giving ono moment been falso to the highest tokens, faint but suro, as ho fancied, of truth, nnd that is a victory greater than the slow ripening happiness to grow henceforth. success." Theso last words ho hod spoken aloud. Then sho guided him to seo his friend, In reply, ho heard a stir nnd a mur- her lather. mur from his wife. Tho lovel sunbeams of evening went Ho turned to her, nnd in the dusk he before them in tho path. Thoy disapcould seo that her life was recoiling peared amid tho wood. Golden sunfrom death to gain strength to dio. shine flowed nftcr them. Tho trees Voico nnd expression returned to hor. showered all tho air full of golden "Edwin!" sho called to him feebly. leaves of good omen. "Janel" ho answered. It seems tho fair beginning of n faithIn tho pleading tone of hor cry, in tho ful lovo. sweet affection of his ono word of Will it end in doubt, sorrow, shame each read tho other's heart. Thero and forgiveness; or in trust, joy, conwas no need of long interpretation. To stancy and peace? her yearning for pardon and love, hor TUB EXU. name ujion his lips gave full assuraneo that both wero granted. Mrs. I'.innlc Dlgnam, 141 Mntt St., New Yolk Hbo reached blindly for his hand. He City, makes a miraculous cure of her rheumatook hers tenderly. And there by the tism. She Vriltes: "I owe unspeakable nnd nevsolemn twilight thoy parted for n timo. er to be forgotten gratitude to Salvation OH, It Sho nwoko in made a miraculous cure of my rheumatism," Death parted thotn. eternity. Ho staid to shnro a littlo longer in tho dreamy work of lifo. PART M season. A now phaso in his life had begun from tho night of tho rescue. By that ono bold act of heroism ho had leaped out of tho old feebleness. Ho felt for- jou, undthlnk j)f tlity gotten forces stir in him. His long sorrow becamo to him as" a sickness from which a man rises fresh and purified. In this mood, with tho dim landscano boforo him, a symbol of his own sombor history, nnd tho glowing sky of ovonlng boyond, symbolizing tho clear nud open regions of his mind's career henceforth; in this mood ho grow tenderer for his wifo than over before It was no earthly lovo ho felt for her. That had jierished long ago. Deceit on her sido wouuded it. Disloyalty killed it Tho element of passion was gon?. Thero would havo been a deep senso ol sltamo in recalling his lovor fondness onco for a woman since unfaithful. But now ho looked back upon her wrongs nnd his errors as irremediable facts, and ho could.pity both nliko. Tho tondoncj of such a character as hers, so trained as hers, to somo great rebellion against the eternal laws, somo great trial of its strength with God, nud to somo great and final lesson of defeat, becamo plain to him. Tho law of truth in lovo and faith in, marriage is tho law a woman is likely to break if sho is a lawbreaker. Sho had broken it, nnd ho divined the spirituul wnrfaro and tho knowledge of dofeat and degradation which had been her spiritual punishment, bitterer to bear than this iinul corporoal vengoanco. Entering into her heart and reading tho thoughts thoro, ho utterly forgavo and plted hor. And for himself what harm had sho dono him? None so ho plainly saw. Except for tho disenchanting offlco of this great sorrow, ho would linvo lived and died u worldly man. When his pootio odors, gnrecil with, youth, lv In n moment he heard n tweet voice call his name. Ho feared tho meeting ho had yearned for. It was to assuro him whether this was really lovo ho felt, or but another passing fancy liko tho others past. And if it woro tho grcut, deep lovo ho hoped if, whou ho Baw hor faco and touched hor hnnd nud heard her voico again, his sou) recognized hors as the one companion bouI this flllod him with anothor dread. For if to know himself a lovor and half forosoo that, after long nnd thorough proof bt worthiness, ho might bo tho earliest thrill of nn immortal joy, so this meeting, if it named him lover and yot convincod him by suro tokens that his lovo would novor bo returned, wus tho first keen pang of a sorrow immeasurable. No wonder that ho waited nnd traced tho circuits of tho falling leaves, and simulated to his mind a hundred motives for dolay. It was so still in tho warm, sunshiny afternoon that ho could hear tho crumbling cinders fall in the ruins, and nil about him tho ccasoless rustle of tho showering foliage. But presently a noiso moro nrticulato soundod on thp dry carpot of tho path behind him. A light footstep was coming slowly toward this dosoluted spot. It soomed to Skerrett that ho divined whoso stop would bring her hither to read liguln tho lesson of tho ruins. Ho walked forward a littlo that his mddon appearance against tho puk might Mary Ruby's ehi 'kens, bothered John Oliiley, in Louisville, by getting over into his yard. John fed them poisoned broad and Mary lias no chickens now. Mary sworoout a warrant for John's arrest. Alien caused 11 firo inJf'coHsbtirgby coming into a kitchen and pecking nt n Iwx of matches. Tho matches "struck" and that portion of tho building was almost destroyed before tho fire could bo extinguished. Tliu retail druggists, of Louisvillo and tho Slate, have formed themselves into n lenguo to test tho constitutionality of tlio liquor clnuso in tho Rovcnuo nnd Taxntion bill. Knott is their attorney. Small in size, great in results: Do Witt's Little Early Risers. Best pills for Constipation, best for Sick Headache, best for Sour Stomach. They nover gripe. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, nnd Beard & Beol er, Hardinsburg, Ky. Rev. .lohn Culleton, the Catholic Priest who recently renounced his faith and married, has been sued by his step-sistat Bowling Green lor $20,000 worth of property which she claims that tho wrongfully holds. Success in everything depends largely upon good health. Do Witt's Little Early Risers aro little health producing pills See tho point? Then take an "Early Riser." Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard A Beoler, Hnnlinsburg, Ky, Police olllcer, AndySchlegel.of Louisville, who had been removed from the force by Chief Taylor, went directly homo nnd shot himself through the brain. Ho leaves a wifo and small family. Schlegcl was fifty-tw- o years of nge. years Solon Miller, aged ciglity-thre- o died at Richmond. Ho was the oldest member of tho Richmond bur. Ho Ind been nn invalid for filty years, and many in his neighborhood did not know that such a man lived. NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS AS Tho wind from tho North blows sharp and keen, and bad effects of colds are GLEANED FROM BRIGHT EXseen. One Minute Cough Cure so safe CHANGES. and sure, will quickly perform a wondrous cure. Short A Haynes, Cloverport Condensed for Rapid Perusal by and Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky C. A. Thurman, nn employee of the Our Readers. Newport News nnd Mississippi Valley Tho Danvlllo Democrat has suspended railroad, raised a timo check from seven days by placing tho days to twenty-seve- n publication. Tho . Hopkiiisvillo Indi pendent hrs figuro 2 boforo the 7, and beat the company out of $40,hls wages being $2.30 per made an assignment Tho shooting tournament at George- day. town was a success. Let the Offices Go to Grass. W. F. Berry died at Thero is nothing in government em" aged 04 years. ployment and goverment salaries for Herman Ziemann, the leading German young men who havo tho right sort of citizen 0' Richmond is dead. bone nnd blood in them. It is simply n Dogs are doing great damage to sheep sinking of Individuality, of personal effolds in Adair and Warren counties. fort and personal aspiration, to become n Hogs aro selling in Metcalf county at cog in a remorseless machino which 0 centa, to bo delivered in April next. grinds out tlio grist of mero subsistence Rhoda Cox, a negro woman, died at whilo it grinds out heart and hope and Bowling Green, at tho advunced ago of manhood. Go to work, and let tho offices go to grass. It would bo a great deal 115. Sterling B. Toncy is a candidate better for the young men of this country Judge offices whatfor a place on tho Bench of the Court of if there wero no Federal ever to be cmtied and filled as the politiAppeals. cal winds may blow or as the civil serCancers, and cancerous tumors, nro vice may list. Courier Journal. cured by tho purifying eflVcts of Ayer's Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Sursnparilla. Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It Specifications for tho building of the NeuRough river locks havo been sent out absolutely cures catarrh. It cures ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like from Washington. magic. Cures Bait rheum in the most of Louisville is Eugene Leo Hul-ccsoothing manner. Cures inflamed and dead. His coffin was tho finest ever Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs wid mndo in Louisville. Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posiCitizens of Shelbyville nro kicking be- tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruiscause pcoplo attend church thero and es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandcat peanuts duringserviccs. ing, Corns and bunions aro cured quickTho Hodgovillo branch of tho N. N. & ly; different from all elso; superior to all M. V., is to bo extended to Scottsvillc. else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. Largo size chtapest, Sold at Short A Tho survey is now beiug mndo. Circuit Judge, Watta Parker, has de- Haynes' drug store. cided that pools on horse races cannot be She Was Gruel. sold in the city of Lexington. The tramp wanted something to cat, Miss Ophelia McKay, daughter of E.E. nnd tho lady of tho liouso wanted the McKay, was married at Bardstown to snow cleaned oh". Mr. Edward Robinson, of Finley, 0. "Can you work?" sho inquired. Tho diseaso known us spotted la grippe "Yes, ma'am," ho answered, with some is raging in Marshall county. Several degreo of doubt; "if I am given somedeaths have occurred from its cflccts. thing to do that I'm handy at." "Well, I want this snow shoveled Perry Hayden and Celin Smith were indicted at Georgetown for nuisance. away." "I'm afraid, ma'am, I can't do .that Thoy took the coso out of court by markind of work." rying. "What kind can you do?" We beliovo that every caso of pulmo"I'm mighty handy,raa'ara,withn lawn nary diseaso, if treated in time, may bo mower, and if you want your lawn mowrelieved and cured by Ayer's Cliony ed I'm just the man to do it." Pectoral. He thought the old gng would go, but at somehow didn't. Hugh Mulholland, late it I'nducali, has had his last indictment "That's just tho thing," she said, wiped ofT tho docket, nnd ho is now n free "You'll find tho lawn mower man again, over thero in tho barn nnd you can mow A. I). Mooru has brought suit ngainst tho wholo of tho yard." tho town of Madison villefor$10,000 damHe started to say something. ages. He was injured last fall by the "Oh, yes, I know there's snow in it," fulling of a shed. sho chipped in, "but you can mow right For restoring tho color, thickening tho under it if you don't want to tako it oh", growth, and beautifying the hair, and for and I'll get somebody elso to do that." preventing baldness, Hall's Hair Renew- "Madam," ho said, "you aro cruel,"and he stalked out with dignity in his tread, cr is unsurpassed. Mr. Tom Page, residing near Russell-vill- and tho cruel creaturo laughed. Detroit lost hissmoko-hous- o and $500 worth Freo PresSj of meat. Ho was smoking the meat Headacho is tho direct result of Indigestion and stomach disorders. Romedy when tho houso caught fire. theso by using Do Witt's Littlo Early Piles of Peoplo havo piles, but Witch Hazel Salvo will cure Risers, and your headacho disaucars. them. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Tho favorito littlo pills everywhere. Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard A Beard & Beoler, Hardiusburg, Ky. 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Short & Haynes, Cloverport; and .Beard & Beoler, Hardinsburg. n Thos. Bronston, aged twenty-five- , leading Knight of Pythias, committed suicide at Richmond by taking laudanum. No causo is known. Ho was well liked in social and business circles. For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of Bay City, Mich., accldently spilled scalding water over her littlo boy. Sho promptly applied Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, giving instant relief. It's a wonderfully go k1 salvo for burns, bruises, sores, and a suro euro for piles. Short tk Haynes, Cloverport and Beard A Heeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Judge William Lindsay, Judge William Lindsay, who has nearly attained the ambition of his life, was born in Rockbridge county, Va., but camo to Kentucky at an early nge. Ho served with distinction in tlio Confeder ate army and returned to Kentucky after the war as poor as a church mouse, but lie did not sit idly down. He taught school awhile, "rode" deputy sheriiT, was elected to tho Legislature and when barely of ago was elected to tho appellate bench, whero ho won much distinction for his ablo decisions. Ho 1b now s' serving a term in tho State Senate. A man of broad intellect and of most captivating address, Judgo Lindsay impresses all who como within tlio charmed circlo of his friendship that his mind and heart aro as largo as tho robust body in which thoy find a homo. While profering another, wo nro pleased that so good a man will succoed to tho seat so honorably "occupied by tho illustrious Beck and tho great and lamented Carlisle Interior Journal, , four-year- give them .prompt v if.-- . attention. J V J. D. BABBAGE, NEWS JOB ROOM. 1. v .' Jh& ra7m sO rv j r tlK-UO- 'T TCSTS,. - --- -- - f,,, .ifilff -Hr, S, ri.Vr.fi. Vi i ifUfTfiiifc 'ismjerm Mil THE, BRRGK MRS. niDGELY CAYCE, Purchasing" Agent, G43 Fifth Street, ipliotlon tiOUISVIJLiLlE. ICV. Bamplot anil entlmatci furntahed on Hambleton House HARDINSBURQ, KY. - - - Proprietor. FIrit elan accomodations and reaionablo ratci. Yiur patronago lollclted. B. J. MATTINGLY, 11. J. MATTINOLY. A. J. KIRST, MERCHANT TAILOR, ;0-Sul- ts CANNELTON, IND. made to order Id the latest ilyle. L,V 5: Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1803. Ml " IFr LOCAL BREVITIES. Well-bretrotters Bold at Irvington March 3d. Romcmbcr tlio big liorso Bale ntlrving-tqn- , d ' Mnrcii 3d. - & io- - r pw fv- - "' . .:. t. a. . i Ifc & & " 7J Mr. John in tho city Friday. Thrco care of our brick went to Birmingham, Ala., last week. Jluv. C. T. Wilson, of Holt, is holding n protracted meeting at Rock Haven. Miss Jennie Warlleld is on n visit to relatives and friends in Hardinsburg. Nine drummers struck tho town last Thursday night and all got gooso egged. Cash paid for veal calves, hides, furs, tallow, etc. 0. C. Lewis, Stephensport, Ky. Rom, Jan. 12th, to tho wifo of Geo. W. Newman, Hawesville, a girl, Elizabeth. Mr. J. 0. Burbago, of South Louisville, was in tho city Saturday tho guest of Mr. J. W. Tate. Fancy drivers, good saddlers, farm horses and brood marcs will bo Eold at Irvington, March 3d. There is still a great deal of sickness down about Skillmnn, but most every body is convalescent. Rev. I. B. Timborlako, of New Albany, Intl., is iti the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Moorman. Miss Lzzio Skillman is visiting relatives aud friends in Louisville. Sho will remain a couple of weeks. J. II. Carter, who has been visiting his father for several weeks returned to Mowequa, 111., last week. Tho girl baby of Mr. and Mrs. Win. McGalin, formerly of this city, died nt Brandenburg on tho 27th ult. Mr. James Moorman, city assessor, has about completed his work, tho mercan-til- o establishments only remaining. Mr. Otron, the new superintendent of tho Acmo Brick Co., is a hustler, and is proving himself the right man in the right place. Mr. 0. P. Couch j formerly foreman on tho lower section hero, has been appointed road master between Cloverport and Henderson. All persona indebted to Dr. J. M. Clayton will plcaso call and settlo the Baiiio with Mr. F. P. Payne, of the firm of Payno & Co. Between 20 and SO head of tho finest horses ever offered for salo in Breckenridge county will bo sold at Irvington, Friday, March 3d. Cuyler, Royal Denmark, Aberdeen Star and Splendor aro some of the breeds 'of horses that will bo offered for salo at Irvington, March 3d. A combination horse sale is a new departure in Breckenridge county. Everybody wiio wants a good liorso should go to Irvington, Friday, March 3d. Miss Nora Hawkins, of Leitchfield, who has been visiting relatives here tho past six weeks returned homo Saturday accompanied by Marion Weatherholt. Mr. II. 0. McCoy, operator at tho depot is thinking strongly of moving his farm from West Point to Cloverport, so well pleased is ho with our city. Tho young ladies will please tako notice. Dr. P. W. Footo, of Bewleyville, is an enthusiastic creamery man. Ho says it is tho greatest monoy finger for tho farmer that ho knows of. Ho is preparing to put on tap thirty cows which will net him about $150 per month. Mr. Walter Waymire, of Cincinnati, 0., and Miss Maggio Witt wore married Tueusday, Feb. 14 at tho residence of tho The bride's father, Mr. Wm. Witt. happy pair left on tho 10 o'clock train for Cincinnati and tho cast. commander Col. Archie Johnston, and Capt. E. Garnior, quartermaster of tho First Kentucky Regiment U. R. K. P. wero in tho city lost Friday and installed tho new officers of tho Cloverport lodgo. They also instituted several new members. Any ono desiring to attend Cleveland's inauguration can get round trip tickets for $10.00. Tickets on salo Feb. 28th and March 1st and 2nd, good to return until March 8th. Anyono expecting to go should notify tho agent several days before starting and ho will order tickets. Mrs. A. D. Reid, a successful teacher of Physical Culture and Elocution, who has recently been teaching in Frankfort and Carrolton, Ky., is going to Owens-bor- o to teach and will also organize a class of young ladles hero in a few days. Tho Winchester Sun says of her: "As a teacher of theso arts sho lias no superior." Tho marshal would do tho travoling public a favor by running in a few of and idlers that loafers tlioso congregato about tho depot about Thoy aro a train tiino .every day. greater nulsanco than tho hogs running at largo on our streoUi. How about tho council passing a hog and loafer's ordinance. Married, Feb. 13th, at St. Mary's church, Mr. Chestor Beavin and Miss Mary Whltehouso, of Mattlngly. Rov. Father Honnesy officiating. Tho wedding party repaired to tho homo of tho brido's parents, whord an elegant dinner awaited them. Next day an infare dinner was eaten at tho home of tho groom's paronta and was greatly enjoyed by nil. Wright, of Owcnsboro, was Dr. Mllncr was In tho city Monday. Dick Jtciivln went to Lodlburg Monday. Milt. Miller, of Sample, wan in the city Monday. Blakuy Head is very sick nt Ills homo near Lodlburg. Oscar Elder, of Mooleyvlllo, was in the city Saturday. Cloaks and overcoats aro moving right along at Sulzer's. Mrs. Henry Hnrncd is very sick at her home at Harncd. Walker Bourd, of Holt, lias 1,000 of corn on hand. Mr. 0. T. Yates, of Louisville, was in tho city yesterday. Mr. A. M. Calkins, of Detroit, Mich., was in the city yesterday. Mr. A. S. Allen, of Chenault, was in tho city Saturday night. Full dress shirts like tlioso Sulz-- sells aro most in vogue just now. Mrs. A. B. Skillman went to Louisville Monday to spend a few days. Sulzcr bears othor peoples burdens by delivering goods promptly. D. S. Richardson and wife, of Union Star, went to Louisvillo Monday. Mr. Aris Warfleld has been conflued to his room sick since Saturday. W. C. Moorman lias bought Monroe & Sons' store houso in Glendeane. Miss Addle Ditto, of Louisville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbago. Mr. 0. W. Moorman will entertain tho T. B. U8 (tub oanci) next Thursday night. John Morgan, burner at tho Acmo Brick Works, has moved to Youngstowu, s Eggs 15 cents. The pay train will bo down The and bank will be closed post-office to-da-y. Ohio. Chas. Miller, of tho Cannelton Enquirer, was tho guest of Oscar Holder Sunday. Tho '"Le ven spot" got off the track yesterday while going out to tho Patton Brick Works. Oscar Holder left for Cannelton yesterday where ho will work at paper hanging this spring. Henry Templo is feeding fifty head of hogs, which ho hopes to get ready for market whilogood prices aro prevailing. Mr. C. L. Head, the tobacconist, came down from Louisvillo Monday night to look after his tobacco business in this city. Kein-Kosells, becauso everybody wants it.. It annihilates coal gas and prevents clinkers. Saves coal. Sulzer lias it. The stilt crazo has struck the city and it is nothing now to sco a kid raise up off the top of a house and go walking down tho street. Chas. P, Cashman, of Union Star, passed through the city Monday enrouto to Ilitc's Run to visit his nunt, Mr. Wm. Hawkins. Mr. Tlios. Walls, ono of the oldest and best known citizens in tho county, died at homo near Union Star Monday night, aged 89 years. Al Hine, the cleverest drummer that comes to Cloverport, was hero yesterday showing our merchants what a nice lino of hats ho was carrying. Jack Warfleld went to Lewisport Monday night on business. Ho will probably make other points between here and Owensboro beforo ho returns. Smith &. Tucker, tho new firm at Harned, have bought a lot in that thriving town and will build a storehouse. The contract lias' already been let. Mr. J. II. Hunscho, Sulzer's foreman, visits Cloverport on Friday of each week. He is carrying a choice lino of samples with him. Take a peep at them. Messrs. John Lyddan, Lon. Bennett, L. R. Adkisson, Ben. McCoy and Guard Hawkins, jurors, passed through tho city Saturday evening enrouto from Hardinsburg to their homes. Carlt Richardson was moving nround among his friends at Hardinsburg Monday. Carlt can seo and shake hands with as many people as Judge McBcath. Liko tho latter ho never lets up whether ho "wants anything" or not. Billy Sterett's "Girl" did not make its usual appearance last Sunday, aud tho supposition is that it lias permanently suspended publication. If such is the caso Billy lias another newspaper grave over which to shed tears. The firm of Hensley & Jolly Stave Co., aro doing a large business in staves. Thoy havo amplo capital, besides bolng backed by ono of tho largest firms in the East. They aro now operating in Butler county where thoy have secured sonio good timber lands. Tho report .carno lioro Monday evening that Logo Pato had arrested Joe Gray, who is wantca in this county for shooting his wlfe,in Owensboro. Henry Board, Gray's brotlier-in-law- , received a telegram to come down and identify tho prisoner, and lie went yesterday, but it is not vet known hero whether it is Gray. C. W. Moorman lias taken his stablo of racers up from tho pastures and begun "keeping" them for tho spring races. II. C. Murray will leave for Nashvillo about tho first of March and will take the following horses with him : Alf. Allen, Lottie, Hindo Lass and Alf. Allen is now aged nnd is entered at almost every track in tho United States tor this season. The city council lost Friday night repealed tho ordinance that forbade anyono jumping on or offn moving train or walking tho railroad bridges in tho city limits. Now if anyono walks a brldgo or jumps on or off a train while it is in motion ho takes his own chances and it is with him, his God and tho railroad as to what .tho result will bo. However, thoro is a stoto law that covers thcBO Gll-patri- c, Julius Dutschke, of Moolcyvillc, was in town yesterday. Wm. Embry aud Mrs. John Snyder will bo married Till Groves went to Louisville Sunday with cattle and hogs. Irve O'Brien Is spending a few days out of town resting up. C. 11. Jnnn, machinist at the shops, has gone to Evansville to work. New subscribers are rolling into tho Nkws at tho rato of twenty a week. John Skelno nnd family, of Victoria, havo removed to Mt. Savago, Ky. Georgo Weatherholt has started n butcher shop over in Tobiusport. Tho grand jury adjourned Monday, after having made about thirty indictments. Mr. White, of Branard, Mill., who has Mr. J. G. been visiting his Harris, left Monday. Mr. F. S. Grasty, a Lexington newspaper man, has bought an interest in tho Hawesville Plaindealcr. Leon McGnvock and wife have moved into Mr. J. T. Skillman's residence, and will keep house for him. R. N. Hudson nnd wife, of Louisville, wcro visiting Mrs. Hudson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gregory last week. Spotted fever is raging in Marshal county. Over fifty deaths havo occurred there during tho past few days. Tho Order of the Knights of Pythias is only thirty years old, and has a mem-b- o now of over half a million. Tho Willing Workers will glvo a candy party In tho Art Gallery over D'Huy's Tho public Is invited. storo Tho younc ladies' club, V. V. F's., of 's at Mr. this city was Monday night, and is now in full working order. The Nuws is indebted to an old friond and subscriber, Mrs. Eunice E. Horl, Calusa, California, for late files of tho San Francisco Examiner. Joel II. Pilo of Custer wont to Pleasur-vlll- u Monday to attend school. Tho News loses onn of its most valuable friends and correspondents in Mr. Pile. It would be quito an accommodation to tho traveling, public, if the arrivals and departures of trains wero posted on that bulletin hoard at the depot. Miss Mainio Duncan and Miss Lucilo Storritte, of Hawesville passed up on the train Monday for Washington City to visit Mr. W. G. Sterrctte. Capt. Frank Lander and wife, of Hawesville, will leave noxt SaturJay for Philadelphia and Washington where they will spend several weeks. Moorman, Dean & Co., bought of R.G Robertson last week 200 acres of what !; known as tho Chambliss place for $2,000. Part qf tho land is well timbered. boat, Hardin & Krousch's hoop-pol- o from Rome, passed down Sunday on ito, way south. Hal Weatherholt, of went on her as n bow hand. Hogs wero quoted in tho Louisvillo market yesterday 10 to 15 cents lower. Clioico heavy packers selling at 8 cents. Tho market over stocked witli light hogs Geo. Frank, formerly of this city and who served nn apprenticeship witli Chas. Reidel & Co., has opened n bakery in on Hancock and Green streets, Louisvillo. Ho is doing a good business. News has reached tho city that Dr. Ed. Hawkins was sentenced to tho penitentiary at Cannelton Monday for a term of fivo years. It will bo remembered that Hawkins was charged with attempted rape. Tho old mill, at Clifton Mills, under the management of Mr. E. P. Moseley, is doing a splendid business, turning out excellent flour and lots of it. Mr. Moseley Is a competent nnd thorough miller and is giving general satisfaction. Mr. Fred D'Huy, foreman of the grand jury just adjourned, says that it was not Ills fault that so many persons from hero wcro summoned beforo tho grand jury. Tho names wero given to him by a prominent citizen of tho town with tho request that thoy bo summoned. Tho old Ohio Is on tho rampage. It only lacks about two feet of being in the Cloverporl bridgo, tho low lands aro all covered with water, and tho waves are kissing tho sides of several houses. It was risiDg slowly yesterday, while the heaviest snow of the serson was falling, and tho indications aro that it will now go several feet higher. Wo had as well begin to prepare for tho worst. Tho saloon men of the city have formed an association, nnd agreed upoti a uniform beer mug. Thoy have also notified the beer men not to sell boer by tho keg to anybody but Baloon keopora, under penalty of losing theircustom. This has somewhat offended tho beor drinkers, nnd thoy say that thoy will not patronizo tho bars, hut will send to Louisvillo or to Henderson for their beer. The shop men, railroaders, and brick men are forming a countor association. to-dason-in-laBow-merTob-inspo- rt, About Overcoats ! :o:o:o:- - Partics who have been holding thinking they could pull through out buying one this Winter, should note this announcement. In order to more quickly reduce our Overcoat stock, we have made another cut, and the prices go down several more notches. Persons who have been holding off now have their chance. Never again will you buy one so cheap. Don't forget it. :o:o:o:- - off, with- i f mvr in FEfta FIRST IH WAR VUU ; ' L FIRST miHE UlEARTS Utf) Mf OFHISW- - ,C !lFr VTM - C?' I JULIUS WINTER "Old Reliable" Clothiers, COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., & CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. Washington was First -:- -'- A fl :- I 1 -:- - In all tho conditions popularly supposed to belong to high re- -- ...... gard, but In the variety and styles of Dress Goods in Cloverport. There is no better time to WELDON. FALLS OF ROUGH. How to Cover Plant Beds. Tho bed should bo 5 feot 0 inches wide, with a Bouthern exposure. Place boards 0 incites wldo around tho bed, nnd to keep these on edgo fasten by driving small stakes on each sldo, or drive stakes and nail tho boards to them. Across this framo nt intervals of 3 feet, fasten narrow strips to support tho cloth. Bank' up witli earth. Two widths of light cotton cloth sowed together will form tho cover. Upon tho sides and ends of this cover how small loops of cloth or heavy twino. Stretch tho cover over tho frame and fasten tho loops to nulls driven nt proper distances in the outside of tho framo. Tho cotton cloth offenses. used for covering tho beds should be a Mrs. A. L. Bassett, until recently pro- medium betweon the common grado and prietor of the Bassett Hotel, died at four what is known as cheese cloth. The o'clock Sunday ovening. Sho was taken cover should bo removed a fow days before tho plants aro sot out. Furmors sick on Monday night beforo, and hor Homo Journal. malady assumed a serious form from tho start. Hers was a complication of troubles and at tho time of death thero was a congestion of tho liver, stomach and lungs. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Mrs. Bossott was a good, kind woman, and her death is mourned by many others than relatives. Sho was buried at Brunor's cemetory, near Union Star. When XIauj- waj alck, xca care bar Caatoria. When the wu a Child, ihe cried for CaitorU, " C. C. C. Corn Cure," - Albert Youtnlcr is in town. Mrs. John Malen is very sick. . K. Jones has gono to Louisville. Our Sunday school Is improving. Ed Davis went to Louisvillo Saturday. Mr. L. Green has returned from FloriS. XV. Watson passed through our da. town this week. Mr. Sam Morgan is sick with pneumo D Tho Misses Sims nro visiting Mr. and nia. Mrs. James Bryant. Mrs. F. Peyton is still confined to her Mr. Holing, of Hawesville, is hero vis- room. Miss Bell Davidson contemplates visititing his neicc, Mrs. Harlan Trent. Stant Ellis and wifo visited ills parents ing Fordsvillo next week. Mrs. C. Lovering, of Louisville, is visthis week nnd returned homo Monday. iting her husband this week. Mrs. William Bryant, of Guston, who Rev. Hunter is holding a protracted was visiting her parents, has returned meeting nt Spurier's chapel. home. Mr. C. J. Levering has been appointed K K. Jones and Duglnss Groves will os freight agent nt Rock Lick. open a dry goods and notion store nt this Rough Creek is up high enough for placo next week. the saw log men to go over the dam. Mr. K. M. Davis' Bcliool Is out this Thero was several rafts went over, week. His bright smiles will ho missed Mrs. N. Blcmcr, of Ford, and Mrs. " by a few of our girls. Acerman,of Mnrvin,Ind.,wcro tho guests There is to ho a wedding in high life of Mrs. Sam Davidson lastSoturday. Miss Jennie Davidson visited her friend in our vicinity soon. May their paths Mrs. Dr. Harris, of Philpot, lost week. be strewn with penrls and roses. Mr. Boh Ellis is expecting to leave our She also spent a fow days with her cousin town In tho near future, ho will run tho Mrs. Blemer, of Fordsvillo. Died, February 17th, wifo of Mr. Sam farm of Jim Cox. Success to you Bob. Davidson, jr. Death has cast a gloom War-druRosa Wardrup, wifo of Georgo over anothor household. She was an afdied last week. She leaves ono fectionate young bride, and bore her child and a host of friends to mourn hor lingering illness without a murnier, hut loss. while ho has lost a loving coiiipanion,sho Mrs. Carr, our agent's wife, lias returnlias gained a homo over there nnd you ed home after a pleasant visit to her par- too can prepare to meet her when tho ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmonson at Lord calls you homo, where we all shall Ind. dwell with our loved ones. Mr. Samuals our merchant is a hustler Ho has ho is doing a llvoly business. Guaranteed Curo. Wo authorize our advertised druggist built a livery stable. Como boys tako to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for your girls buggy riding. Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds, upon this condition. If you nro alliicted witli A. 0. If. W. a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Tho Grand Lodge of tho A. 0. U. W., Chest trouble, and will uso this remedy met In Henderson last week, and it is as directed, giving it a fair trial, and exsaid to bo tho most pleasant meeting that perience no benefit, you may return tho the order had ever held In the State. The bottlo nnd havo your money refunded. result of tho last year's work was very Wo could not make this offer did we not gratifying, more than eoven hundred know that Dr. King's Now Discovery members having been ndded. This re- could bo relied on. It never disappoints. sult is especially gratifying to Cloverport Trial bottles freo at Short & Haynes' people, whether thoy are mem hereof the drug store. Lnrno sizo 50c. and $1.00. A. O. U. W. or not, as the Hon. D. It. Murray was at tho head of tho Lodgo Kentucky Branch of the Vassar Students' Aid Socioty. during tho past year. In speaking of the Grand Lodge, the A scholarship of $400 is offered by the Henderson Gleaner has this to say of our Kentucky Brnnch of tho VassarStudonts' distinguised citizen : "Grand Master Workman, Dvid K. Aid Society to that applicant who passes tho best examination forndmission totho Murray, Isonoof Kentucky's distinguished citizens. He is an able lawyei and a Freshman Class of Vassar College, in deep thinker. Ho is tho presiding officer June, 1893. Tho conditions nro as follows : nnd for tho past yenr has presided as All applicants must bo residents of tho Grand Master Workman." Again in speaking of tho proceedings Stato of Kentucky nnd nt least sixteen years of age, must bo in good health and of an afternoon scusion, it says: "Grand Master Murray delivered n of good character. Tho scholarship must bo accepted as a most beautiful address, said by many to surpass any address heretofore delivered loan (without interest nnd without limit of time). beforo any lodge." Application for tho scholarship must bo mndo before May 15th, to tho SecreHUDSON. tary of tho Branch, Anchorngo, Ky.,from whom further information may ho obNothing but rain and mud. tained, Mrs. Comer is on tho sick list. Catalogues may bo had on application Mr. Georgo Comer is attending tho to tho Treasurer of Vassar College Uptonvillo school. Examinations will bo held in LouisMiss Mollio Comer was tho guest of villo in tho first week of Juno. All Miss Ida West last Sunday. will bo forwarded to tho President Mr. G. P. Nottingham returned homo of Vassar Coliego, who will deeido as to tho successful candidate. yesterday from Hardinsburg. Mns. P. B. Semi-i-e- , Pres. After nn extended visit among frlouds Maiiy D. Aniikkson, Sec'y. and relatives, Mrs. Jessie Lnmpton and children havo returned to their homo nt Louisvillo, Ky., February 7, 181KJ. Hardinsburg. Eittie llarshal was Her Name. Miss Corino Bennett was tho guest of In a lake town Michigan a girl has reMiss Cretio Nottingham last Saturday. Mr. Georgo Royalty was tho gues of covered $500 damages from a Bteamboat company for naming a boat after her MlssEsslo Paul hist Sunday. without asking her permission, and thoy Misses Corino Bennett, Nnnnio Lyon must rename tho boat. She took ofTonso and Mr. .lus. A. Quigglns attended tho marino item stating that "Kittle Sunday, and wero nt'n meeting at Custer last Marshal, having bcon thoroughly scrubalso tho guests of Mrs. F. B. Lyon. bed, painted, reflttcd,wltli canopied stern and now boilers, will hereafter servo as a HOOP-POL- E CUTTERS. mall carrier and poko her pretty none All poles must bo cut betweon now into tho lako business for nil she is worth. and mlddlo of March. Poles cut after Ex. that duto will not be received. Chas. May, Cloverport, Ky. New-Albanpn-po- rs I Celebrate the Event Of the great discovery than I now, and if you wish to secure I the best bargains you ought not wait but begin now, I I The 22nd of February. -:-:- I I I Sulzer's is First -- : - - - -:- - -;- li B. P. BEARD & CO. -- - Do you wear Shoss ? Do you If so we can suit you. want a good Shoe ? If so we will show you the "Buell." Do you want a comfortable Shoe ? Do you If so we can please you. want a stylish Shoe ? If so we can gratify your wants. I Do you want the worth of your money when you buy your Shoes ? If so we can accommodate you in PRICE STYLE -- : ! ! COMFORT AND ! ! QUALITY :- OUR SPRING LINE IS ON V B. F. BEARD & CO., HARDINSBURG, KY. SHOES SHOES a i LOOK FOR CHEAP OUT GOODS. r ! For the next Sixty days we will sell all our Woolen Dress Good, Men's Heavy Shirts, ' Boots and Heavy Shoes, , THE OLD RELIABLE Sellers' Liver Filis, SlVMBiMMaaBMaMMMMaaBaaMMWMBMMBMMCMMMttMBm,' WesiernFarmers' Almanac Blity-ilith Act Directly on tlic Liver. BickIIeadaciie, Biuocs Colic, Coxitim. TIOX, UUCUXITIJX, VIVT.I, 1'AiriTATKCI COniS UU1LL3 AND l'iTEn.UtlPtltU, Year f Publication. rUBUSHUD DV or tub UriiiT, Diirimu, Tonriu J.iykd, CcUTZDTOHOt. BLZtrLEISKtlf, AMDAU. Disiaixs or tub Liveb asd BroxAcir. ir you do nut "fuel YtT7 well," (Ingla pill at bej-llm- o atlmnlatca (ho atomncb, rritorta the appetite, lmparti vigor to tho (jitem. Thfjcuro all dlaeaaca liko magic. Oct tha right kind. SELLERS' LIVKU TILLS. Cheaper than the cheapest. If we can't get our prices we will take yours. .We must close them by April ,st, to make room for our SPRING STOCK. removed Certain Wart inul ItiiuioiiH. Warranted. Soo tlmt In blown In every MC. C C. bottle. Take no othor. Corns, John P. Morton & Co., FOR BALK BY When she became Miss, the clung to Caitoria, When she had Children, she care them Castorla, JNO. D. BABBAGE, OLOVERl'OnT, KY ON forclrenlar. 8ELLEKS MEDICINE CO..XltUoarsh.r. Bold liy Bend drarcliU. WITT & MEADOE, , - : HAUDINSBURGj KY utV tapafofrftku'li .. 4 X 'k? . . r , rMrtMVmM2m&tlWWik MlPWIWWWiWWWiWBPPllWBIJPIF WfA j. x j.jlx 33 S5oSSlM jllju im iW jm ji w a", ' OJUO V RHPO HTTK?. 2.0a2.PERDAY. RATES! ., tvim wvfr, y,f?TYft-nt.ir.f.'r,?A- Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEUItUAUY 22, 1803. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report "ifT GREGORY & CO., Headquurtors for Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cemnnt, Mien igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Conl Oil . by.the Barret, Plaster Hnir, BANK Capital Stock rpr a$25-00- Reapers and Mowers, HA&DI2TSBUHG Pine & Poplar Shingles n. F. DEAllD, President. WILL MTL'LKIl, M. 11. UGJLHI O.JLVdllfiAllTi 1 V Jerseys for the Dairy. PRIZE ESSAY, II V KATHJlINES.llANDKK. "With tho continental dcclino in tho prices of nil cereals, moro fannors are gradually nwaking to tho fact that somo other field of Industry must be opened if they would lift tho mortgage from their homes, or enjoy any of tho comforts and ABSOLUTELY PURE Puritanic Prudery. It was only to bo expected HgHg; JpuisviLLE, Ky. Jack Frost Fkekzer $50.-GIV- EN t&A?'wsT?A Hrick, Plow Dandles, Pine Flooring kept on hand. Orders no compatiJed by canh prompt It fillerl s Cashier." - .' luxuries which wealth alone can buy. Many of theso overburdened farmers dabhave, along with their bled in dairying; but, from lack of caro and an understanding of tho laws of inbreeding, their stock has degenerated until tho profits, if profits they may bo called, when tho cost of keeping is considered, amount to the few nocessities of tho table. Tho fact that good butter always commands a steady price, as shown by tho market reports of auy paper, has led many to inquire moro closely into the nature and possibilities of this particular branch of dairying. That there must first bo a chango in tho grado of their stock most farmers aro convinced, and to those beginners who cannot afiord tho timo or means to prove which breed of cattle is best adapted to their needs tho experience of open-eyetruthful men is invaluable. Among tho many breeds whoso merits have been discussed and advocated by leading dairymen aro the Jcreoys. Tlu-scattle, natives of tbo Channel Island of that name, havo been introduced into our country by tho progressive American, who saw in them tho possibilities of a grander sphere of usefulness than that of mero ornamentation. That they aro particularly well fitted for dairy purposes is Bhown by tho quality of their milk and tho rcadincfcs with which they convert their food into butter-fat. It has long been conceded by experienced dairymen and this is indeed tho Jerseys' strong point that they produce more butter from a given amount of proper food than any other breed; and since economy is ono of the roads to wealth, tho man who feeds a dollar's worth of food to a Jersey cow and receives in return two dollars for his labor is nearer his goal than tho possessor of inferior stock, who of times is not repaid for tho food they eat, to say nothing of his labor. Then to chango these unprofitable animals, which yield three to four pounds of butter a week, for thoso requiring no more food or care, and which produce eight or nine pounds a week, is a question which ought to command his immediate attention. The widespread distribution of Jersey cattlo throughout tho United States proves that tlioy aro not restricted to any particular climate, and their rapid increase proves that they are not moro to disease than any other breed. Consumers of milk in cities are more quick to appreciate tho difference in quality between Jersey and ordinary milk than we would suppose, and they would willingly pay a better price if they could bo guarrantced tho better article. That tho owner of Jersey products could readily create a demand for his articles is unquestionable. Why, then, should ho not? Now that the patrons of many cheese factories are being paid according to the amount of fat found in their milk, there is an added reason why he should not hesitate to improve his stock. Many people will tell you that tho high records made by somo Jersey cows aro exceptions; but it is not to these special cases, which you, from lack of means, perhaps cannot afford to imitate, but to the record of tho general Jersey we would havo you turn for convincing proof that she might be your homo's salvation. It is a mistake among amatuer dairymen that they seek to combine tho qualities of a beef and butter producer. This invariably results in a but if ho persists in his object, let him not tamper with tho Jersoy, whose mission is strictly that of butter-makinThero is much for the beginner to learn concerning tho proper food add caro of the Jersey, and there is no better means than through tho columns of somo good dairy ,'paper, rich with tho experience and counsel of men who have mado these cattlo a grand success. Their beauty, their gentleness, and, above all, the superior quality of their milk, justify them in their claims to the title of "dairy queens,"and make them a desirable object in tho eyes of the contemplative buyer. To possess a Jersey is to bo inspired to nobleness, and to care for ono is to bo eiWrcatcd to gentleness and an appreciation of beauty. grain-raisinlo r; Raise Hogs. O, Georgia land It the land of cotton, Ham and bacon most forgotten Halse Hogs, Italic Hogs, And you'll all grow fat In Georgia. From lulsV Atlanta clean to Macon Country should be slick with bacon mnko&'ico cream in HO Skconds. that nt somo timo prior to tho world's fair a protest against tho nudo in tho art galleries would bo entered by ono of those conscientious individuals whoso part in life is to supply conscionco for all his fellows. Pretty nearly ovcry feature of tho fair upon which a protest could bo hung is thus decorated. It lias been n vast parade ground for reformers. Fussy spinsters strovo to keep Diana from mounting tho agricultural dome. A very considerable body of people, being virtuous, strovo to decrco that there should be no cakes and ale within tho fair inclosurc. A more powerful and active organization of bigots honest, no doubt, in their bigotry, as was Calvin when he burnt Ser- vetus have compelled the closing of tho fair on the one day in thu week when all peoplo might visit it. Now comes another superserviceahlo guardian of public weal with printed blanks, petitions, circulars, and all the appliances for working up a machlne-mnd- o protest against tho exhibition of nudo pictures or statues in tho art gallery. This cfibrt to suppress tho most vital, tho most inspiriting artistic manifestation, is ecclesiastical in its inception. Its proponents hold that when God mado man in his own imago ho constructed a lewd and filthy object that should bo veiled from tho sight of all. Tho lan guage of their petitions makes "nude" synonymous with "lewdly suggestive," "indecent," and "obscene." Thoy concede no difference between the frescoes onjjie walls of Pompcilan brothels and tho masterpieces from tho brush of Titian, between tho flleshly enormities of the extremest French realist and tho chasto creations of Kenyon Cox. It is unlikely that this eleventh-hou- r effort to set the seal of prurient prudish-nes- s ou the doors of tho world's fair art gallery will amont to more than a mere impertinence. If its purpose vero simply what it appears to bo upon its face, "a protest against tho exhibition of indecent and obscene piclures at the world's fair," it would bo superfluous and impertinent, for tho gentlemen upon whom rests the clioico of works of art for exhibition aro above pandering to diseased minds. But if, as is evident from closer study of the cunningly worded petitions, tho purpose is to bar out all studies of tho nude in pigment or in marble, then it is a mistaken and foolish movement, and deserves condemnation. Americans prate about but a dominating passion among them is to govern some ono else. Tho organization for the encouragement of fig leaves and pantalettes simply falls into line with a vast number of other activo and united bands, which, by persistent importunity, force the vast majority of Americans to submit to the whims and prejudices of an organized minority. Chicago Times. AWAY. HlCvt rirr Italic Hogi, Itnlte Hogs, And you'll grow fat in Georgia. O, cotton li the country klllln', Ham and backbone heap more hllln' HnUc ling, Italic Hogs, And you'll all grow fat In Georgia. Atlanta Constitution. GO TO Wo want'tho best ico dream that can be made for our exhibit OB, OTHUJIt. at tho Worjd's Fair. --C. STORE Wo will fllvvo away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Apply to Zack Green, manager of the Ten miles South ofdiovorport on Ono Freezer will bo sent to eacli of tho first fifty persons sendHnrdlnsburg Nursery, and agent- for theBowling Greon road, and get ing us a receipt and also for the best fifty receipts for ico cream Stahl's Spraying outfits. Men's Hoots at $i,7.i to $IM) received. To ull others will bo sent n,dtsk or pocket calendar P0TAT0E PLANTS in season. 911 cts. Boys' Hoots at 1 65 to ' for 1893 and a " 1.00 to 40 " Address ZACK.' GREEN, Phawls & " Oto Harned. Ky. Prints fkesknt wohtii ti.oo. 60 to 35 " Men's shirts " Enclose 10 cents in stamps or silver to cover postage. Other things correspondingly cheap. Will Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co. exchange gondu for bulfer, Don't let this opportunity slip, you may never get another llko it. fggJ, leuthers, FRUIT TREES Nursery Stock -- POR- Z MOHUIf KSKMDOK R. M. JOLtitr Plro tnr J INTEREST PAID 0M TIME DEPOSITS 'B M W. STORE'S JWkI --S -- wtl JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, New York. 29 Murray Street, PUBLISHED IN HASTE. How Mr. Moffat was Robbed of $21,000. to Mr. Moffat, ono of Denver's most Roads in Wisconsin. Tho Stato agricultural convention, which met in Madison, Wis , last week, gave ono evening to tho discussion of tho road question, which is now commanding attention all over tho country. One ot tho speakers, Mr. J. M. Olin, proposed a practical progiammo for road improvement which is worthy of careful consideration. Ho would havo tho Circuit Judge appoint threo commissioners in each county, at least two of whom must reside in farming districts, and theso commissioners to employ an engineer and a superintendent to havo immediate charge of tho work. Ho would havo no road improved, except on tho order of tho Circuit Judge. Tho monoy to make tho improvement would bb raised by a lovy on those interested in the following proportions: Twenty per cent, of the cost on tho property lying within ono mile of tho road on either side, and 80 per cent, on tho county as a whole, in habitants of villages and cities within the county paying their share hko others. No part of tills road fund would bo used within tlio corporate limits of any municipality Roads onco jmt in good order ho would havo kept in repair atthoexpenso of tho county. Tho sketch wo havo seen of Mr. 01in's address did not go further into detail, but ho outlines a good scheme. Tho next Legislature of Kentucky ought to bo elected on tho road question. Ourpresont system has been a failure for a hundred years, and has cost our farming communities many millions of dollars, All tho taxes farmers pay aro but as trifles to what bad roads cost them. This Legislature has too much to do to give proper attention to bo important a subject and tho members will havo no opportunity to inform thomselves properly. Tho granges and alliances and agricultural sociotics ought all to tako up this subject and discuss it thoroughly, and inform tlicmsolves about tho best methods of and consider to whom tho work of ordering, buildingand caring for tho roads can best bo intrusted. Discussion and information will evolvo somo good plans and by the timo tho next Legislature is chosen men who know something about tho subject can bo selected. Louisville Commercial. road-makin- g He finds It "wonderful cure for a b id cough." Mr. Win. I'. Anderson, 341 Water street, New York City, gives this Indorsement! "I have found Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup the wonderful cure It is represented to be. It is just the thing for a bad cough." i Three Things. Three things to admire Intellectual power, dignity and gracefulness. Three things to love Courage, gontle-nes- s and alfection. Threo things to hato Cruelty, o and ingratitudo. Threo things to delight in Frankness, freedom and beauty. Threo things to wish for Health, friends and a cliocrful spirit. Threo things to avoid Idleness, loquacity and illppant jesting. Threo things to fight for Honor, country and home. Threo things to govern Temper, tonguo and conduct. Threo things to think about Life, death and eternity. Dotroit Freo Press. Dr, Halo's Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink, which postively cures dyspopsia, liver complaint and all kidney diseases. Onodosoa"'day taken at bedtimo does tho business. 25 and CO cts per package. Get it to day at Short & Hayncs drugstore. arro-ganc- C. C. Ccr Wo puarnntco Coiifrli C'uro" to euro Couelu, Cold. LnGrlppo, Croup. IVlioopliifr CoiiKlii nud ull TJirout uud Lung Discuses, tain ". Nothing bo distressing as a hacking cough. Nothing so foolish as to sufler from it. Nothingso dangerous if allowed tocontinuo. Ono Minuto Cough Cure gives immediate relief. Short A Haynes Cloverport, and Beard & Hcolcr, Hardins- hurg, Ky. J. T. Craig, tho Hickory Timbermnn, has gono to Mt. Sterling to look after timber in that section, yours truly Itobert Woodent" As it will bo impossible for us to correct and rhymo in timo for this issue, and as a delay of a week may provo disTEACHING A DUDE MANNERS. astrous, wo tako out a double-leade- d editorial, which wo had prepared on He Didn't Whip tho Dude, But Earned tho Hawaiian question, and let tho poem go, verbatim et literatim, as it was received. A As it contains plenty of raw material A number of men were sitting in tho from which to construct, our readers will of ono our hotels yesterday doubtless havo but littlo trouble in corgazing out of tho window at tho never recting arranging and rhyming it to suit ceasing stream of humanity that moved themselves. Tho poem is as follows: by, each going his own peculiar way,after A LOST MAN. his own peculiar mannci. Among tho many passers was a young Tho heart of. Tho world I will give you man who seemed to bo all shirt collar a sketch of my life Mr. Itobert Woodent. and plaid wrappings in fact a man who Is my name to this country a corten I would bo denominated a "dude" in al- came i corted a littlo girl as pretya3proty most any community. He tripped along can bo fier heir was of tho darkest of witli an air of unconcern, as though not brown Sho was the prettiest girl that over anxious to come in contact with any could be found her eys was bluo her of thoso who were his fellow travelers for clicks was red aud rosy an villets blue her tho moment. lips was sweet and sho was too the first "There, now," said a commercial trav- timo i ever talked to her unbenonse it eler. "I'd just like to go out and tako was under a sycamore tree a lone it was that thing by the nape of tho neck and knight an tho stars givo lite I there was twist it in two. nothing to contrayey our will for themo "Well, I should say!" responded tho in tho hous kep mity still I met her at Southern Ohio coal agent. "Down our tho dann of day an sho is so sweet o o way tho farmers uso scarecrows that look good cod git a way it was in tho year of moro Hko men. It wouldn't bo any harm 1889 o the way i did cort her i tliot sho to kill him not a bit." sho was mino but her pious old mother n "Gents," said blunt old Colonel threten to nock sho straid off in n differ ot Missouri, "I wouldn't do it ent flock it was in tho month of august , indeed I wouldn't, sab." 1892 that trebles an sorrow bo gino o the" "Oh, wo wcro just saying what ought way sho has tretcd mo i think it is a sin' to bo done." if it had not bin for her maw and paw an "Yas, I undahstand, but yo know a her brothers ono to 3 sho wod of bin liven man in America has the right to dress as happy with mo i nover did talk to her for he pleases as long as ho don't jump an- spite if i had i jvod of talked by brodo other fellow's claim. Now, I la'nt a les- open day light Sho did not love mo as son in that pintsomo years agoin St. Jo." sho tliot an her love sho soon for got an "So? Let's hear it, Colonel." so heart an weaping i set out a lono with "Fuhst, I want to know if eithah of yo a lodo in my bosom that few boys haf evah slapped a dude ?" non I no sho will remember tho words i e The In all "No." havo sed when sho lies on her still death uniform testimony to parts ol the country bear "Then, boys, don't do it. I speak by bed an when i am dead an gon to rest my Hull's Cough Syrup as the great (valuc of Dr. a remedy for cough, ca'd, sab. Out at Saint Jo, ono night, a cold lips will mutter an say she is tho ono cold and Incipient consumption. They a all emphasize the fact that no one should be without crowd of us wuh having a littlo timo of i love best i can forgive an forgit tho it. ouah own, when whoshouldpassthrough treatment that lias bin mado yet but if De Bible Am True. tho but a dude a simon puah ono thing occurs tho revenge will be to A negro preacher living near Raleigh, stamp collah stripes, eyeglass and all. all open ears an then i will sing them a N. O., saw for tho first timo in his life the Now was tho chance full fun. I asked hem and I don gess it will soot them skeleton of a whalo in tho Stato him to tako a drink, and received fob then sho will not speak to mo now i havo After learning what it was homuseum. walked ansah that h didn't drink. Yo know spoke to her to or three times an she did gravely up and down and critically examwhat that meant. Declining my hospi- not speak when i go there sho letcs on ined its huge proportions. The enormous tality, sab, so to speak. Firetono of Bates liko sho don seo mo an that is the way i greatly mouth seemodMo impress him and fervently exclaimed : "Well county suggested that we make the blank do her and i no it goso aginst tho grain well, well, I've bin a preachin' do gospel dude drink, as 'twouldn't tako moro than with her it does with mo i no now my for nigh on forty year, an' I sometimes a gill to fill him up. Well, I called him. my dear friends when you lovo dont lovo preaches about de whalo swallerin' of Jonah, but 'Ef you don't drink with gentlemen, sab, in vane for if you do it will cososomo ono bolievedit I declar to gracious I never afore now; de Bible sho Is " I'll make ye do it.' to bo slain now you all wod liko to no true." Atlanta Constitution. " 'Don't do that, my friend. I had a boo my gearl is Sho lives in this town mother whom I promised that I would her namo is prety as prety can bo and ! never drink. Whilo her memory lives sho is tho ono that i wod lovo to see. I'll not do It.' FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN, Mr. Itobert Woodent "Tllseo 'bout that,' said I, but the To Miss. Betty couldont moalt I bl us tali 'd tho less the cuss seemAlarm for Its Invasion of America yourself by runVhen you have ed sca'd. Well Founded. ning, Jumping, or working, there Is nothing that "Ye won't drink?' will relieve the soreness of your joints and mus" 'No, sir,' said ho politely. Tho tolegraphic dispatches of January cles so quickly and effectually as Salvation Oil, " 'Not with gentlemen ?' 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, the greatest cure on earth for pain. 35cts. in Berlin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being "'Gentlemen should not bo so hard up Death of Two Sweet Children. reported. for company,' said he, 'and more, if you Doniiip Brumficld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic would go homo to your family and sober died of croup, Janua- cholera is among tho alarming possibiliVcster up, you'd feel better tomorrow.' ties, all stomach and bowel trouble na. "Well I grabbed him, I'm certain that ry OtbylSlKl, aged nearly threo years. Ono month later, February 8th, his lit- sumo an importance beyond tho ordi fall but beyond that I'm a littlo shaky. That collah (gents, I'm counted a truth- tlo cousin and playmato, Salllo E. Gib-to- nary, and should meet with prompt ful man at home) suddonly shot up fifteen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Gib- treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infeet high, tho south sido of the house hit son, died, of a rolapso of scarlet fever, fantum, diarrhea, dvsontarv. flux, nolin and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flnrni. mo on tho jaw, while the raftahs chug- aged a little over threo years. ged mo over tho eye. Ovah tho room Theso bright, sweet littlo cousins were oncy, distress after eating, otc, all point was a seethin' rusbln', mass of canes, very fond of each other, seeming nover conclusively to a bad condition of tho handkerchiefs, check goods, double- - better pleased than when playing to- stomach aud bowels, andallsimh illHor. gether. They were not long parted by dors should bo corrected at onco. breasted coats and olhah dudish traps. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. "Finally tho hossrack from in front of death. Tho music of their childish pratthe tavern camo in and hit mo across tho tle, and tho patter of their littlo feet Is Yo., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tlio back, and whon I camo too I was in my heard in their homo no moro. Precious best medicine I over used for pains ; for own bedroom at home, witli that cussed gifts, two lovely for earth, so God took cramps and colic in children, it can't bo beat. For flux, it is tlio king." dudo talkiu'to my daughtah. How did it them to heaven. Mr. It. L. Blenkinshlp, of Tooloy, W. Sorrowing parents, brothers and sisters happen? Well, when I had got a thrash-ithat would havo cost any othah man God does all things well, Although you' Va., has this to say: "Last April I had his life, tho cuss called a hack, took mo may not now seo why Ho has takon your an extremely severe attack bl diarrhea ; home, and assisted my wife to patch mo darlings, yet Ho has somo good purpose had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels in up. Tho fellow's ray now. in doing so, perhaps to draw your hearts less than two hours. I took threo doses He's a commercial travclah, and ono o' from tho world, for does not tho death of of Lightning Hot Drops and it reliovod tho best business men in Kansas City. our loved ones link our hearts to heaven? mo Instantly." Lightning Hot Drops Is tho safest, surNannie II. J. Squires. No, no, boys. If you must havo fun, est, quickest remedy ever compounded Sample, Ky., Feb. 14, 1893. go out and try to butt a cablo cab from for each and all of tho abovo complaints. tho track, but don't try to get it by Judging from tho number of traveling Morcovor, it cures all pains, external and punchin' n dudo. In this country clo'cs will bo lots internal, and is tho best safeguard known ah mighty deceptive. I'm a raun who men visiting our city there of goods sold here during tho coming to destroy tho evil eflecU of a chango of knows." Cin. Tribune. season. To seo the depot force handling water or diet. Pleasant to tako. SweetA gentleman in "Union county, Mo., their baggago ono would iinagino ho ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot who is too modest a man to havo his were in a largo city. Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, namo mentioned in tho nowspapers, was A trlnl will convince tho most at 25c, and 50c. a bottlo, on tho guarancured of rheumatism by Chamberlain's skeptical that " G. . C. Certain tee: No relief, no pay. Try it onco. Pain Balm, aftor trying other medicines Cough Curo" la tlio greatest Bo not deceived, Look for Trado-Mar- k and treatmonta for thirteen years. 50ct. remedy extant for tlio euro of natives gathering herbs. Mado only bottles for sale by A, R. Fisher, druggist. or IiutirJppo, Croup, Coughs, by Herb Medicine Co., Spnngflold, Ohio. Coldv, (Sec . Son-in-Labar-rooScuf-fingtopolice-forcbar-roo- Tho senior proprietor of this paper has been subject to frequent colds for some years, which wcro suro to lay him up if not doctored at once. Ho finds that Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy is reliable. It opens tho secretions, relieves tho lungs and restores tho lungH to a healthy condition. If freely used as soon as tho cold has been contracted, and before it lias become settled in tho system, it greatly lessens tho attack and often cures in a single day what would otherwise havo been a severe cold Northwestern Hotel Reporter, Des Moines, Iowa. 25 and 50ct. bottles for salo by A. It. Fisher, druggist. SCHEDULE TIME TuHlug Cffoct At 5:00 o'clck A. HrWednezdar Jan. 4. '33 Eatt Hound TVtiwt Traint 61 62 m f. Mall Mall A Itxpr's Hxpr's STATIONS Kxpr' Kxpr'. Vitnl Hound nsro. 20. hides, dried fruit, chickens, oto. 0. W STONK A &4 - & Scientific American Agency for '" Just as wo were about ready to go press, wo received tho following poem, accompanied by tho following letter, which explains itself : "Pleas correct all erroys an publish an rymo this of as best you can an send 2 (tho an ono to papers ono to dashes aro ours) Send to Fordsvillo ohio CoKy prominent capitalists, in a conversation witli a reporter of tho New York Tribune Dally Dally OAVEATS. L Dally Dally TRADE MAIilCS. ill iimJBII said of the robbery of himself : 9 iOpir 6S0pin 7 (bin Iv.Un'n n't..ar 100 DESIGN PATENTS, Kentucky St. 12 45 800 865 COPYRIGHTS, oto. "I was writing letters in my private 6 45 8 20 8 40 7 20 Wert Point 12 05 For Information and freo Handbook wrlto to 12 02pm office near tlio cashier's desk, when a 7 24 8 45 815 Howard MUNN A CO., SOl llllOABWAT, NEW YORK. 9 00 Hock Haven 1145am 8U) Oldest bureau tor securing patents In America. 7 S neatly dressed, gonteel-lookin- g Kvcry patent taken out by us Is brought beforo man, with 76(1 7 50 9 0S LonjrHranch 1138 the publio by a notico given free ot charge la tna 1129 7 41 Drandenburg 917 8 00 mild bluo eyes, which I shall always re1119 9 20 732 Ekron 810 1111 member, addressed mo by saying: "Mr. 819 Guston 724 931 1102 9 41 Irvlngton 715 8 28 flIollat"?in an interrogative tone On hear1063 6 67 952 8 37 Vebter Lanrest circulation of any sclentlflo paper In tho 1045 6 48 Lodiburg ing my namo spoken I looked up and 8 45 10 00 world. Splendidly lllustratod. No lntelllpent 1035 6 40 1018 Pierce 853 man rhouid be without It. Wccklv. KS.OO a St,., pie said, "Yes, sir; that's my name. What 869 GS5 1030 1015 yean t IM six months. Address JIIINN A CO.. uj)ijaiiEH3, 3 tfji Broadway, Now York uty. 6 2T 1023 Stephensport 1023 can I do for you ?" Tlio fellow looked mo 90S 1018 1027 Addison 622 912 1015 1030 619 Holt straicht in tlio "eye- and tho expression of 910 11)44 10 01 Cloverport 607 9 30 hlsoyes changed so buddenly that he 935 1050 6 02 Shops 957 9 44 1100 Sklllman 9 47 650 looked like a madman. Ho held a check 968 933 Hawesville 6 40 Ull ?7nQJ 5'.fin Pctrle which called for $21,000 in his hand, and 10 05 1118 9i 5 32 920 1121 1011 Falcon 6 2r. J fOR requested mo to sign it and get him tho 1015 1129 Cayce 915 621 1135 909 Lewisport 614 1023 money. 4 67 8 61 1041 Powers 1162m 4 43 " 'If you don't do as I say,' said tlio fel- 1055 1207pm 837 Pates 8 27 1216 4 35 Owensboro 1100 low, 'I shall blow the bank to pieces with 1118 4 20 813 Mattingly U27 Griffith 808 415 this'bottlo of dynamite which I hold in 1123 1232 $y 11 2S Stanley i .;'. a 2i Worthington 801 412 1241 7 65 4 ffi 1135 my hand." 7 45 1253 Heads 368 1142 "Tho fellow showed mo a bottlo con- 1165;)m 101 Snottsvllle 3 6U 737 Ilaskctts 343 1205am taining something which may havo been 12 20am 1111pm ar.Henders'n lv 729 25pm 715im 330pm sawdust, and which at tho same timo may havo been dynamite. I frankly admit that I was afraid that tho crank, for such THE LOUISVILLE k ST. LOUIS 1113 LINE, I then took him to be, would drop the (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) bottle, and I made luisto to tell him that ho should have what ho asked for. Ho SHORTEST, QUICKEST threatened that if I called for assistAND BEST LINK TO noTOp. ance ho would blow up tho placo, and as Bast Calf Shoes In thexirorld for thitprloa. $21,000 was a modest request I thought W. L. Douglas BhooB are) sold oTorywliore). Everybody unould woar them. It Is a duty I would better turn over tho monoy to AND ALL POINTS you owe yoursolt to tret tbo beat valao for avoid troublo of any kind. Of coursu I yoar money. Eoonomizo In yonr footwear by purchasing W. L. DouglttsShoos.wbloa South-Wes- t. was of tho opinion that my chances for represent tbo best value jnt tbo prloes getting tlio money again were two to ono, above, as thousands can testify, 3- - Tako No Substitute. -- SBr in Effect July 31, 1592. d as I could communicate with tho police Ileivnre of fraud. None ginulno without W. L. tho moment tho fellow left tho hank. Ac- Lv. Louisville 8:05 a.m. ..9:25 p.m...4:2tf p.m. DoukIos name and price atomied on bottom. JLook tor it when you buy. y St. Louis cordingly, I hastily signed the check and Arr Evansville 7:20 pm ...6:46 a m 10:00o.m W. Im Douglas, llrookfon, Mag. Sold by 1:20 ' For sale" by lloivmer A: 1 1 urn III til oil, handing it to tho cashier, told him to For further Information, eall on or address ' Cloverport, Ky. count out tlio monoy. As soon as it was R. A. CAMPBELL, Qen'l Past. Ag't, EvansvilU, Ind. done I handed the gold and the greenbacks to the stranger. As soon as he reJ. B CAMPBELL, ceived tho money ho left tho bank, and D. P. A. Louisville. Ky O.ty Ticket Office, S. W.'Cor. Third A Main FORNIfeUlD BY' he had not closed the door behind him before I had given the alarm to the police St., Louisville, Ky. v G." & Co., and had told my receiving teller to folGenera Produce and Commission low tho man. Ho did so, but ho drovo Merchants and Genera Storage. rapiuiy aways in a light buggy which ho had hired at a livery stable. Ho was H. W. HERNDON, Manager. 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