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UUHUHULJ -- - - PHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XVIII DREAMING CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1894 There will be one court where It will do no good to hire your witnesses or to de Â¬ pend on your influence to save yon or your friends to pull you through Hod is no respector of persons anil his law Is just as great as when it was first given Headers get your bibles and Bee what ho says on the subject Who of m wants to see our daughters fall in to the hands of the seducer What mother or father wants to sco their sons lead im pure lives Tho only way to prevent such immorality is to keep the women pure For tho sake of our sons and daughters it behooves us to lmvu tho guilty brought to justice Critno may be hid here in this world but In the future Wo shall know as we are known and thero will bo no evading crime there wo will have an impartial Judge Think of the inconsistency of justice as we have it If n man steals a pint of bonded whiskey ho gets a heavy punish Â¬ How much more terrible the ment crime of stealing a womans virtue The tnenThe noblest work of God have it in their power to save tho women if they will For every woman that man may save it will add a star in his crown in heaven For the sako of God and for the sake of all that Is near and dear to us let us keep tho women pure Then the asylums will not be filled with a class of inmates that it is a disgrace to the fair name of our country to have Those Â¬ NO 27 Tbo cooling flngera nf llio twlllcht Inr A txtlm upon Hie fcvrnil ebbiil ilny And InrKnnrlulInl liy itrrnin wIiilpi eilrlti la tlielr nlglit Iletwecn tho liulr un crtulri liuuri of clnrk and light I dream of itico Trilled through the slhery sphere of fading day A late bird homeward wings It wearied wayt And through tho wide tranquillity of upper sen Attune Ills vesper note of fnrofT minstrelsy To songs of thee - Far from the west the ocntlncl of light Sets tho dend altars of approaching night Aflame and paints tho ambient skies with myntc gold Whose liquid light reflects tho linpiilncM of old Of mo with then The sky tho nlr the m o tho eurth Its flowers Mo steeped In muilc of tho moonlit showers And If Kar out be j olid the waves whero sky meets sea From star to star across the ulglils tranquil llty 1 come to thee The evening winds distilled from fragrant Pour out their Incense on the dew wrapt hours And on the still sweet harmony of sky and sea I stray a little space Into Infinity To dwell with thee Thus when the fingers of the t wlllcl gray Pour balm upon tho ebbing tides of day I languor lulled by dream winged spirits In their Might Between the half uncertain hours of dark and light Can live with thee -- AmySevllle Wolff Mowers In thiii country make more complaints over a few rainy days than any people I ever knew They waut the rain but would like to have It all fall at night so they rould go as they pleased during tho To Livo in Los Angolos California day This Is n great country forinvalids and babies for they can spend so much and Bo Glad of It All tho time out of tho house It is such n Timo temptation at all times to get out that ono accomplishes very little al least that Is my experience Tho fresh air is This Wet Soason Is Composod tho best tonic ono ran take and it is easy to swallow so take in large doses say I Mostly of Boautiful Bright and if wo leave unfinished work when Ploasant Days wo bid adieu to this life no doubt some ffood Samaritan will nimnar and finish it up for us Strawberries Please tho Dainty Taste f nl Hoping tho Now Year will be full of of Tourists While Orange Blos- Â¬ joy and prosperity for you and yours soms Greet Their Greedy Gaze Mr Editor and with best wishes for the News and its many friends I am Tkurkii ITS DEAD EASY A GREAT SCHEME One Largo Syntllcato to Own Ail KAYE HOBEN HARDINSBURG KY tho Silver Cast it Into llars and Buy CofToo A Do- Â¬ Brackenridgo County Farmers Â¬ Alliance Man Springs the Following Communication on Us Eiutoii BuECkKNisiimK Xiws I here Â¬ LETTER FROM TERRELL Los Angeles Cnl Jan 4 01 in send you an Interesting bit of news Now that tho Worlds Fair has poured into Chicago mo o money than any city iu the world It seems that another far reaching scheme financially is on foot that will startle the world and indeed if possible out strip the great Worlds OVERCOATS CLOTHING WINTER UNDERWEAR ALL WINTER GOODS VIRTUALLY PLACED ON THE Mr KniTor I wonder if you can find space for a little scribble from and old friend in your newsy paper Will make the venture anyway for the waste basket is not such a dreadful place after all and no doubt ones ideas could rest in peace CLIFTON MILLS in such a comfortable abiding place Well the new year Is with us all too grippe lias got us soon mcthluks for it seems such n brief The Advertising Ilayden Bashaiu has a sick child time since wo welcomed IKI I wonder Of Hoods Sarsaparilla is alwajs within that have not already fallen and have if it is tho fear of wrinkles and crow feet Mrs T O Jordan who has been right tho bounds of reason because it is true not gone on tho downward road until that makes ui imagine time flics so much sick we are glad to it always appeals to the sober common say Is convalescent they are too far gone to reclaim let us go faster as we grow older When I was a sense of thinking people because it is Bill Pendleton was in town last to work men and women and try to wee lass it seemed an eternity from one tru and it is always fully substantiated week Ho says lie nnd Mug Severs are God will reward us ac- Â¬ Christmas to the next but not so now by endorsements which in the financial save them and politically dead cording to our works comes hist tho yearly occurrence world would be accepted without a Tho people are beginning to see that Justice enough moments hesitation Our New Year dawned bright and Kentucky needs n stock law and believe Hoods Pius cure liver ills constipaAyers Pills are constantly advancing beautiful If any state can manufacture the timo is ripe for some action to be tak tion biliousness jaundice flick head Â¬ in tho estimation of those who use them ideal weather surely California takes the en in that direction There has been a great amount of fall They Improve the appetite prometo di- Â¬ lead The last day of the old year was ache indigestion When you havo over exerted yourself by running jumping or walking there is nothing that will relieve the soreness of your joints and muscles so quickly and effectually as Salvation Oil the greatest cure on earth for pain 2 cts Ii Â¬ Â¬ Save the Women gestion restoio healthy action and reg Â¬ ulate every function They are pleasant to take gentle in their operation and powerful In subduing disease- - Laws Are Not Administered With tho Object of Giving Her Farmerj are busy beds Justice JACKSONS SCHOOL HOUSE sowing tobacco X k f Mrs Suo Newby has her new houso about completed Wo wish it a Success to tho News But With the Intent to Prove That prosperous year this 1894 the Man in the Case is Inno- Â¬ Mrs Sue Bates who has been confined cent and Pure to her bed with paralj sis is able to bo up again Mr Howard the tie man from Woman Shuns Her Fallen Sister But ChicagoJack having a large number of ties is Courts Favors From the Guilty made at this place Lord of Creation Mr Simon BeavSn and Miss Laura May Dunn were married last Monday their path bo strewn with flowers IN HEAVEN THERES JUSTICE Miss Mary Wilson who was visiting in this neighborhood some weeks ago re- Â¬ Is now re- Â¬ Ob- Â¬ turning home on Christina Wkdster Ky Jan 15th ISO servation teach is many things among ported to be quito sick Mr Willie McQuady and wife nee other things it teaches how humanity will deal with tho unfortunate women Miss Lula Askins who eloped to Cau and women instead of taking lessons nelton a sliort time since are living hap- Â¬ from tho Lords of Creation and stand Â¬ pily in this neighborhood ing by their sex will only turn their The school taught here this year by backs on our fallen sisters and let them Miss Julia Berry was ono of tho most go their way successful terms ever taught at this place Let a woman go astray and she is de- Â¬ School closed Friday to tho regret of all serted No difference how many friends and it was tho general wish that Miss she may have possessed they vanish as Berry bo employed for the next term if by magic and she is left without a counselor Then she has to seek com- Â¬ The persistent cough which usually panions of a lower element and it Is not follows an attack of the grip can be per- Â¬ long till she sinks to the level of her as- Â¬ manently cured by taking Chamber- Â¬ sociates But on tho other hand the lains Cough Remedy W A McGulre man in the case is sought after and upÂ¬ of McKay Ohio says La Grippe left held by virtuous women and made to mo with a severe cough After using feel that no blame at all is resting upon several different medicines without re- Â¬ his shoulders while his victim goes her lief I tried Chamberlains Cough Reme Â¬ weary way and is being shunned by all dy which effected a permanent cure hor former friends whilo her betrayer I have also found it to bo without an still seeks other victims It makes no equal for children when troubled with difference how young tho girl is it does colds or croup 25 and 50 cent bottles not lesson her crime for sale by A It Fisher Cloverport and I wish I could find words to express Kinchcloe Mcador Co Hurdinsburg my thoughts on tho subject Would I druggists uphold vice in women No a thousand HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY times no Neither do I uphold vice in A woman bears the stain till man death Let man bear tho stain also and When You Once Form Its Acquaint- Â¬ bo ostracised from society and bear the ance You Will Have the Break- shame equally with woman If a woman enridge News takes her caso to court she geta nothing Cavimn Rock III Jan 17th 1891 but a black character A man can take a little influenco and money and find Editobok News Dear Sir After the witnesses in his behalf and the unfortun lapse of bo long a time will try to pen ato victim comes away with a darker yon a few lines for the Neks Business shadow hanging over her than ever in this part of tho world has been qulto Why will a mote technicality let a crira- - dull for tho past four or five months nal go freo There is more energy ex but at present its beginning to get better crted to prove tho guilty innocent than and I think by spring that we will bo to prove that he is guilty I think a running along all tight again k III one year I camo to mans character should he proved when Â¬ lie seemingly appears against a ago It is a beautiful little town situated on tho Ohio river about 100 miles be- Â¬ woman Tho bible says of a cose of that kind low Evansvitlo Intl and it takes its Let him that is with out sin cast the name from that beautiful freak of nature he rock which is situated the cave-in-- t first stone and not one stono was cast just abovo tho town limits on tho bank How different it is now Neither do I want tho man punished and tho woman of the river Mauy are the travelers and upheld I vet the punishment be equal sight seers that visit it every year Will Dont give tho woman a largo amount of say that wo are looking forward with damage unless slio be very poor sho pleasure to tho time in the near future should not have any Then tho pica when we will visit Cloverport and our that it is a blackmalllngscheme would Brcckonrldgo friends but while wo are bo groundless Let the courts tnko such looking forward to that wo must have matters in hand and spare nothing that tho Ntnvs Wo find it to bo a household will bring guilty parties to justice Tho necessity therefore I inclose a dollar in prosecution will not do its duty if it fails payment for it Will close by wishing tho News and to have every detail sifted to the bottom our Breckenridge friends Bticcess and and use every bit of evidence that can be gotten Instead of trying to shirk its duty prosperity during 1804 Yours truly and by ignoring valuable evldenco thon J A Hoipkiuian by securing tho guilty from punishment A few sharp pointed witticisms is not prosecution If it were yourdaughter or It Cures mine and you or I were the prosecutor Parks Cough Syrup cures Colds would wo spare any evidence As sure Coughs Croup and Whooping Cough as there is a heaven and a just God jut The standard librae remedy in thousands so certain will the betrayer and seducer of families for all lung diseases AR get his just punishment Fisher druggist Cave-in-Iloc- one of the most perfect I ever experienc Â¬ ed The air was balmy tho sun bright flowers blooming everywhere birds singing in fact all nature seemed intent or bidding Oil a merry good bye Iu tho distance the snow capped mountains loomed up in all their majestic beauty Our rains were later than usual this year so the foothills are just beginning to don their green robes Los Angeles has passed through tho financial crisis witli flying colors and seems to be in a very prosperous condition The whole city is building up Go in what direction you will now buildings meet your eyo on every side Tho now business buildings are handsome and very substantial and would do cred it to any eastern city The city is fast filling with eastern tourists It is a very easy matter to indentify tho tourists or new comers for they are seldom seen without a bunch of orango blossoms or a spray of tho pepper treo in their hands Tho mid winter fair is much talked of at present and many predict that it will ho a grand affair Every effort is being made to make it a success and no doubt it will be an Interesting exhibit It is difficult for one in this glorious climate to realize that tho mcrcurycan go below zero or that snow can fall to the depth it often does oven in our dear old state We have strawberries lettuce green tomatoes and numerous other veg The first two etables in tho market weeks of December were so warm just like summer Wo had tho heaviest rain of tho season just before Christmas and again a couple of days after Christmas The weather has been cooler the past two weeks this morning being tho cool- Â¬ est of tho season Tho morcury fell I degrees last night but the day is bright and by 11 oclock it will bo warm in tho sun Quite a number of times this win- Â¬ ter tho thermometer lias registered 73 degrees at noon and during tho warm weather before Christmas it was over 80 degrees sometimes In this climate it always gets quito cool just before a rain while with us tho temperature geta warmer During a rain tho atmosphere is very chilly and a fire is just as necessary here as elsewhere In fact it seems to me a very mistaken idea for anyono to try to live here with- Â¬ out a fire Of course thero are often days when it is not necessary but thero are few mornings and evenings during tho winter that a fire is not necessary for comfort During tho winter season it is much warmer out of doors than in unless ono lias a flro It is always warm in tho sun Â¬ shine hero atid wo have so much of it This is tho country for out door life as there aro very few days when one is housed by bad weather yot tho people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and winter plowing done and farmers appear not to bo disheartened over tho failures of the last few years Observation teaches us that the farmer who has pleasure iu putting in liiswliolo timo on his farm has his farm clear of filth has good fences and gates fat stock and mocks at the cry of hard times It is the town farmer the croaker the goods box whittler tho fellow that has no plea sure iu work that is tho sufferer among tho agricultural classes Wo heartily agree with Sirroco In re Â¬ gard to correspondents cutting and slash Â¬ ing ono another As our regular correspondent has laid off tho mantle of jour- Â¬ nalism we will endeavor to give you the happenings of this locality occasionally As this is not n very newsy place prob Â¬ ably our items will be few and far beÂ¬ tween Wo regret as no doubt does Bro I C Argabright also that itbecanie necessary to eject those men from tho church but tho truo servant of tho master can not hopo to sail through life on ilowery beds of ease Duty requires him to take positions sometimes that are unpop Â¬ ular with tho masses Wo have known Bro Argabright long nnd well and these times of vacillation demand many more such mcu of religious vnlor courage and zeal who will bravely stand for the right preach tho old fashioned religion make no concessions to tho devil nnd who when they seo tho devil in tho con- Â¬ gregation and it becomes necessary to kick him out will not withhold their Â¬ feet WE IIAVK HKAItl Fair It seems that all the large capitalists iu Chicago and probably some others near by are contemplating the policy of unit Â¬ ing to establish a gigantic bank and com mercial company for the purchase of nil tho silver bullion obtainable at a fair market price ship it to Mexico to be coined into Mexican dollars and returned to purchase all kinds of the different products of the western and southern states also to send agents to the West Indies to get control to a considerable extent of the coffee out put as it is said on good authority that coffee can bo laid down in tho United States for bx and seven cents per pound If that be truo they could supply the United States with coffee so as to bo re tailed not to exceed fourteen of fifteen cents per pound nnd still make a large revenue lor the company and thero by control markets of this country as all would buy where they could by the cheapest It Is also contemplated to issue several million of paper currency interchangeable at anytiino for their Mexican coin or bullion Also to build up iu and around Chicago till kinds of manufactur ies as well as at other advantageous points in tho western and southern states Tho Mexican dollar is known the world over and always taken at its face So it would seem that no object- Â¬ value ion could be mado to tho coin nor to paper currency based thereon 0 course the paper currency would not be n com- Â¬ pulsory legal tender but solely a matter of convenience but far more desirable and better than clearing houso certifi Â¬ cates now so extensively used by the national banks If this schemo should materialize it would bo far reaching iu its effects In tlip up building and prosperity of that section and make Chicago tho London of the new world It seems that this great financial scheme is tho out growth of similar sentiments expressed at a meeting lately held in Colorado and probably greatly strengthened by Senator Tellers visit to Mexico a short timo ago also coupled with tho fact that tho government has stopped tho coinage of silver which of courso cannot ngaln bo commenced during Clevelands term as president Therefore the way seems tolerably clear and we need not bo surprised should it or something similar ho commenced Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bargain Counter Can you stand idly by with money In your pockets and see such prices as we are making and not take them in chance of your life miss them We think not It is the Whatever you do dont Come while the pot is boiling KAYE S HOBEN -- We are HPI A ILL J UUll rTL T 1 AKING STOCK and we find that our business for tho past year bos been reasonably good oven better than we expected For this wo are thank Â¬ ful toour many customers who havo so nobly stood by us We start oil with tho New Year de Â¬ termined if low prices nnd far dealing is anv in ducement to make it more interesting to our cub- - tomers than ever before to trade with us Our Â¬ K GrrantI clearance oale Heavy Suits Jeans Pants Boots and Wo Shoes the prices of which will surprise you Intend that they shall move if low prices aro any inducements Dont spend a dollar until you boo It is what wo havo to ofler you Come and see better to see than to bo told Of Overcoats I Jacob Meyer Faumeii 1 Io finds it a wonderful curo for a bad cough Mr Wni F Anderson Ml Water St Now York City N Y gives this indorsement I have found Dr Bulls Cough Syrup tho wonderful curo it is represented to he It Is just tho thing for a bad cough That tho Republicans hero are for Win Hawkins for jailer That A J Dyo wants a place on the Republican assessors ticket That tho News is taking a regular Nancy Hanks gait and Clayton Urosson is no slouch That tho peoplo hero want a magistrate in this end of tho Bowleyvlllo district regardless of party That Tom Robertson is tho only bachelor now left in Dry Valley but tho fault of this all lies with his brother Joo That J M Fitch will submit his name to tho Republican Convention as candid Â¬ ate for deputy on tho sheriffs ticket That thero Is great dissatisfaction in many of tho districts of the county on ac- Â¬ count of the way the public schools aro conducted That if those fellows up at Washington would let Grovor and Lil fight it out and go on about tlielr business times would get better That there are men of this vicinity who havnt worked any for a month on ac- Â¬ count of la grippe who huvo been known to stand all day on a fox crossing when it was uncomfortablo to bo out That many of our best citizens aro go Â¬ ing to enforce tho law against trespass Â¬ ers and then tho boys will soil their pelts hurriedly to get tho wherewith to pay tho lino Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BIG SPRING KY AN ote of Tha SfXyE wish to llitink our many friends for their kind nnd liberal patronage for tho past year and truly hope you will givo jjly us a show this 1853 1893 Emmett Hardaway Congratulates His Parents Mr and Mrs Ben Hardaway on the Anniversary of Thoir Marriage Â¬ lSJl CLOSING It will bo to your interest to muko nn in order to inako room for our NoitTH Platte Niii Dec 8th 1803 My Dear Father and Mother This will reach you about tho 8th tho anniversary of your wedding I believe tho day mnrks off forty years of married life I hail you and greet you as 18531801 you come on by tho goal Thero has been enough of shadow to make you en Â¬ tt4V 5a3raBE WWWV early start for wo aro having a OUT SAL1 Thanking you again for past favors and wishing ovcry ono much happiness in tho sfl Jealout Contentiom have resulted in misery tho world over People who are well disposed and not bound by self interest aro willing to accord credit wherever merited and due Civilization is gradually bringing the human raco up to this clovatlon and in exact proportion is Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Curo coming to be recognized as tho correct and stand Â¬ ard remedy in all kidney female and blood diseases being1 able to cure them readily It is spcclfla in all skin eruptions erysipelas scrofula dyspepsia headaches dullness list etc Sold by leqsneM constipation dealers oil guaranty for many years Therefore dont oat much to try it Take bono a bottle to day joy the sunshiuo But hasnt it been a Sickness but happy two score years no death poverty or lack of abundance but no need has been over looked by tho father Homo has not been a palace but has always boen full of comfort Differencesof opinion thero havo been and yet mutual concessions and forbearDuring tho epidemic of 1a grippo ance Datly failures yet daily success Â¬ Chamberlains Cough Remedy took tho es lead hero and was much better liked The hand of God has been upon you II M than other cough medicines for good I am glad you married glad Bangs druggist Chutswoith III Tho God gavo you children and that I am grip is much tho samo as a very severe How much more happi of them cold and requires precisely tho samo ono ness wo might havo brought into that treatment This Remedy is prompt and if wo had Leon always swcitly effectual and will prevent any tendency home 1 and lovingly obedient and attentive of tho disease toward pneumonia For boy to my I sale by A It Fisher Cloverpott and believe could be a better parents if I had it to go over again I Co Hardfnsburg KIncholoo Mcador am glad you boro with me and brought Druggists mo up May you see many more returns of Hopo God will this glad anniversary A New Peach bless and preserve you to come round to Mr D L Talbot of EllzabtthtownKy your golden wedding Again let me con Â¬ has originated a late October peach that gratulate you on your wedding day Is pronounced by experienced horticul- Â¬ Yours in love turists to bo tho finest late peach on En MITT earth It is a beautiful cling seedling fine size and color and a most delicious eating peach Mr Talbot has a small His Second Wife number of trees now ready for setting Told him tho secret of her good which he has reduced in price from ono dollar to fifty cents each and is ready to health Sho used Parks Tea overy night A It Fisher druggist fill orders at once Â¬ Â¬ year wo remain The Bargain Store Geo Yeakel Co BRANDENBURG KY Chas B 0 T Skillman ALL KINDS OP INSURANCE V i jmmmmm WPg imnit wkkk iJf l mkvv Bli g - - mXr - miuMk- - vjAtfire W g THE BRRGKENRIDGR Breckenridge Jno D I V NEXWS BAD GLOYRRPORT KY Tim schools are not pre Â¬ not practlcabe pared to receivo nud instruct the great number nf children stirli n law would No teacher place in the school room can be n real teacher unless ho iinder Rtandg the mind with which he must deal 11 Is this knowledge lint makes teaching it pyehologicul art To compel the attendance of till children of school age within Ihe slate without Increasing the school fncllllUs would milieu the work of tho teacher to an attempt to in- Â¬ form each mouth and not to educate Many pupils would attend simply to II tho rcqiilrniontfl of the law They would leave school with nn Indifference to edtic ition nnd its value The effect would bo to make them ronteiited in their ignorance and lack of power All arbitrary rules aro embarrassing A teacher or a pupil can not do good work under restraint Certain laws and rules aro necessary but whon they becomo hindrances to tho development of the best Impulses they become nuisances Hon D It Murray uses the following good argument in opposition to the bill Compulsory education presupposes n condition of nlfuln- - tlfat renders it possible This shite of alfalrs does not exist here Our idea of government is repugnant to ft Freedom in tho gov- Â¬ ernment of tho family tho only restraint being that crime shall not bo committed by cither parent or child or offenses by them which reach to the disturbance nf society shall not bo permitted is n car Â¬ dinal idea in tho formation of the American government Invade tills and you break down tlio strongest barrier to the demolition of tho liberty of tho citi- Â¬ zens There could then be no argument against any law requiring nny duty of tho parent in the manner of control of tho child dress food and perhaps sectarian teaching would coch come as n sequence NaturallyCompulsory educa tion means in tho end compulsory manner of education compulsory education in tho family circle and at the fire- Â¬ side and also its manner subject and extent If nite can or should be compelled to educate his child nt school in books he can or should be compelled to educate him at home morally and religiously and the manner of its imparting and what particular code of morals and creed of religion should bo prescribed It will not do to say that the end justifies the means the end of nn educated pop- Â¬ ulace is delightful to hope for and dream ofbutitiisonlyadream All argu- Â¬ ments of the end to bo accomplished are Are the but Jesuitical and fallacious means proper is tlie only question This is but ono view the efTect of tho law could be commented upon very dis- Â¬ astrously to its hurt Dr S IS Adkisson says I am oppos Â¬ ed to the bill The time will come when every child will be only too glad to go to school Public sentiment will regulate the matter 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ News 21 1891 WEDNESDAY JANUARY 0 Bibb age Editors anil A Politics In Meade Tho Boys Aro Haviny a Lively Tlmo nntl SovorafRncos arrTAIroatly HARDINSBURG L H W TIME TABLE WK8T ITS 710 A BILL rroprlttri V PftireDger Daily orr Oulll lUnllntliurg 1212 pm 81 I T Incnl Time Lnrd going Kant West terjr tow it Unit nrr Ilirllniljarg flOINO Ksr Matt and Exrei tirrii Locai iTralght Kait Wait Kait Wait 105o am 4H pm m 48 fttn al Blood Hoat i - 92 am M 1117 lm am Buy your groceries from W B Hardin Mr L A Foole Bewleyvllle was In Compulsory Education Is not Wantntu ed Down In This Soctlon STILL IN EFFECT Our lniiit Sule our No piofit Sulci our Slaughter-Â¬ ing Snle still goes n and wo were not mistaken Wo knew Hint iih noon ns the peoplo in tho result paw how cheaply thoy could buy our superior Mens and Boys Clothing they would make a tun on us Tho consequenco is wo have been very busy nntl aro still fairly so selling goods but therein no prcf it nntl consequently wo nrc not making expenses Wo nro willing to put up with this so wo redueo our slock nntl got part of tho money back which our goods cost us Our assortment is good too Our prices aro exceedingly largo fot tho Benson low Before buying elsewhere call on us of tho Stato Peoplo Expross Thomsolves Froo ly and Almost UnanimousÂ¬ Laryo Opening FOR COUNTY JUDGE are authorised to announce Jmlxe J Af WK a candidate for CmintjrJmlKO of llrccaenrlilM comity subject to tlie aitlon of party the Democratic to nnnoiime dipt JH a candidate WK are authorisedaubject to the aiaction of tho All ofClovernort Judge for County Itepuhllcan Convention Crowd Witnossod tho of tho Campaign at Brandonburg Monday last Friday Old Red Makes a Speech and Is Received With Great Applauseby His Constituents CIRCUIT COURT IN February Utli llfK are authorlied to announce KIIJAII Y HOAKUaaa candidate for County Judge ubject to the action of the Democratic patty SESSION Mr Kiigeno Hay tics Cloverport was hero lost Friday Mr Willis Hardin Hotel In was here n few days last week Thero has been n big lot of tobacco bought here this season The best brand of fresh oysters always on hand at Kreemers tho baker Business for tlie approaching term of Circuit Court promises to be light ly Opposolt Individual Rights Are Invaded And Liberty Is Assailed By Its Passage Irish potatoes cabbage onions and turnips for sale at W IS Hardins Sumptuary Laws Will Never be Mr Henry Head tho life insurance HAH V Iiriare authorised In announceCounty I JiiJf c Swallowed Gracefully by man was here n fow days last week IIAUKas a candiditc for ubject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Robeit Smith will do your black Kentuckians FOR COUNTY CLERK smithing as satisfactorily as any one are authorised to announce II I ItlCll Tho dedication ol the college hits been for AltlihONjofliiion Maras a candidate sub Â¬ County Court Clerk ol ltrcktnrideiouit DONT postpomd until the lid of February LEX IT PASS ject to the action of the Democratic p irty Judge John Allen Murray and his arc authorised to announce JISSK II three daughters have taken rooms at the MILlKIt ofCloverport a a candidate for County Court Clerk of llreckenridxe county ubWe havo received a circular letter Hitrdinsburg Hotel ject to the action of the Democratic party In- Â¬ I A Persons liaving lino crops of hurley from the Superintendent of Public IOH are authorised to announce struction asking tho status of opinion llKAltl ot HardinsburEa a candidate forÂ¬ tobacco for sale will do well to call on County Court Clerk of HreckeiiridKe lounly sub in this section on the law for compul- Â¬ Mr Winelirinner of our town ject to the action ol the ItcpuMlcan oineiitlon sory education now pending in the Leg Â¬ IcDrtiary inn Mrs IM Wright who has been here for islature lUANK AITK are authorised to announce District a Aa sometime viblting her fathers family IIKAVIN ot theCloerimrt Wo have made some inquiries and we of llrtcken candidate for County Court Clerk returned to Louisville last Saturday do not hesitate to say that the feeling is rldnc County subject to the aitlon ol the Dcinu ciatic party John Jarrett Stephonsport and candi- Â¬ almost unanimously opposed to it I are authorised to uinouiHc J OHKN date for County Judge was hero last We dont believe that on rellection W CUNNINtillAM of Mtphcniport an a Friday shaking hands witli his friends thero could be ten reasonable men found candidate for County Court Clirk ol llriikcn- ridge County subjut to tlie action ot me lit pun Thero seems to bo some kicking about in Bieckenridgo county who would Ikan Convention ltbruiry u the turn pike company moving their toll favor tlie measure authorised to announce JOHN I are gate down this side the creek Itcatclies MONAKCIIor llardinsburit as a candi A good education is known to be so date for re election to the ofliie ol County Court everybody now great so grand so beautiful and so rich Clerk of llreckcnrldKC County subjeit to the action ol the Democratic party without thinking Wo have just received a big stock of a possession that lirK are authorised to announce IOIIN II canned goods Canned apples tomatoes when the question is first put a man is Y HKKUilt as a candidate for County Court likely to say I favora compulsory law Clerk subject to the action ol tlie iicinocrauc peaches corn etc nil of the best brands ly- but upon giving the subject sober and -- W IS Hardin FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Mr J IS Iliuhy mid W W Vessels mature thought he is neaily sine to C K air aiithoriznl to unnonme Ar tiMINKIIut IIihImiii as a L a lid id lie lor They seem to change his opiuiuii weie here last Sunday The liberty loving people of this grand to the aitlon ol the lirtiintratu Aasrssnr suhjict ho well pleased witli their positions in pirty Deputies Mr IiiiIwlII Adklsvin Me old Commonwealth are not yet ready to service unit Hubert liven Hoik ule phensport tlie recmic accept such a law and if they were will Mr Sam Bakers son came up from FOR JAILER ing to surrender their individuality on Hancock county last Monday to enter NOW l Olt THE CAXIHIiATKS ON M I are authorised to announce Mil this one subject the educational faciliTATH r id lLiriliniliurir Diktriit as a He is stopping liveliest keenest and most inter Â¬ Prof Shackletts school Tho tandldatc forlallcrol Hreckeiirldpc county sub- ties nro not sufficient to justify its esting fight of all promises to develop in witli Dr J T Baker Jut to tnc action 01 mc iscuiorraiii- pinj adoption The unavoidable violations of for County Judge Tho aspi tlie race 1 1 7I nn ntitlinrizcd tnannounce W1I IIAM it All persons indebted to Hardin the law would be so great that the courts V KMIIItYol Cloverport as a candidate lor rants aio tho present County Judge II Blown or to W IS Hardin must come could not prosecute them In portions Jailer juMjcct to the anion of the Democratic C ltuwlingsaud tho present sheriff S forward and settle as the business must IMriy of tho Stute the country is so sparcely They aro both good men bo wound up If you owe us anything are autliorized to nnnounic J SCO IT P Woolfolk MOItTllNof Hock Ilckasacaiidldate for very popular all over tho county and come forward and settle up and save settled that school houses aio many miles apart and children havo to go long Jailer ot HreckcriitJKC county upji-i--i m mv havo warm and fighting friends The cost W 15 Hardin action of the Democratic party distances over mountains and across general prediction is that there wont ho Ill i1lt Judge Will Hook preside inhisllrst rivers to get to their places of learning WK arc authorised to announcea candidate 2 lYONh of Mephcnsport as votes difference cither way case in tlie police court last Friday forlaller of llrickmridKe count subjeit to tlie with a compulsory law tho stato should aitlon of the Democratic pirty The race for County Attorney seems Theio were no lino legal points brought provide better facilities in these sections to he in tho same uncomfortable fix and out but Mr Hook did well for his first arc authorised to announc IIK IIIMIOl even if she had to build a school house ofllardinsburf as a candidate lor Jailer will bo so light that very littlo daylight effort and promises to make a good at the door of every mountaineers cabin tit llreckenrlile County sulccl to llie anion ui will show between them when they come officer the Democratic party In large cities thousands of parents are A T nn ntithorised to announce Sl IAllT under tho homo string Titos Hamil- Â¬ John Moore was brought hero lost too poor to send their children to school Y DcjrltNrrrKasa candidate for Jailer of ton tlie present County Attorney and llnckcnridKU County subjtct to the action of from Askins station and admitted The children must not only labor and Jack Trent an Kx County Attorney week tlie Democratic parly Mooro lias been hustle for their own food and clothing to tho poor hoiibo aro tho candidates It is probably not the coldest weather working in timber down In that section but they must help support tho family arc authorised to announce VM LYONS llfK a laniiiuaie lor juner oi It H evitt who was wishing IT as Must these poor half starved half clad you ever knew in your life but that is until his health run down and he ran suhjut to the action of the Democratic and would praying ho that children and famjshing parents be made how you feel just now because past suf patty not have any opposition for re election out of money and caino here and entered law breakers by a law of compulsory fcrings are soon forgotten and because the poor house to County Clerk was unexpectedly con FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY education when probably their very your blood needs tho enriching invig- Â¬ Mr James II Gardner and Wililo fiontcd with a bomb to day that prom- Â¬ rK arc authorised to announce Judjje Mil poverty is the result caused by the natu- orating influence of Aycrs Sirsaparilla VV ION lltJAItlinl llirillnsliiirai a ciiHii Dick is tlie Beard two of our leading young mer Â¬ ises to he troublesome the Superior Medicine it lit fur nrlprllon til the nlbic of ClllllltV At ral workings f other bad laws To lorney of llreckenridnc County subject to the cleverest fellow in tho world nnd it pains chants are still conllned to their beds force these children to attend school action ni tne icniucriuc pany Will Marry This Morning him to do anything that would in the witli sickness and not able to bo out announce vsvK re authorized to as a candidate US least mar tho pleasure of his friends They aro having a severe seigo of itand tho stato should not only properly clothe Mr It Leonard Oelzo of this city and for VV IIHOWN ofCloverport and feed them but it should also sen But if a man bobs up and needs a curry- Â¬ their numerous friends wisli that they MissSarali Campbell Veal will be mar County Attrmey ot lirtckcnriiie county suu that tho parents at home who partly Â¬ ject to the action of the Democratic party ing Dick generally does it in good may soon bo on tho rapid road to reat 11 oclock a m to day at tho or wholly depend upon the wages of the ried H N l I rl nr nitlinrisLil to announce candidate Mil style Beverly Mattingly from tho covery homo of the brides parents in Danville for of Cloverport as a children to keep tho wolf of hunger from IT Mr John Alexander and Lee Meyer will nrrivo in this city Fri County Attorney subject to the action of the upper end of tho county says Dick has their door are comfortably cared for in Kyi They Hepublican Convention to lie held in Ilardins had it long enough and ho would like to have dissolved partnership in tlie livery day when n reception will bo given them on iionuay rcuruary w nurK tlie childrens absence Mnnv farmers get in nnd take u look Bov is stable business Mr Alexander goes from 8 to 12 p it nt the resilience of to announce AIM are authorised Ilardlnsbur a JISnK It something of an orator and quotes poetry out and the whole business is in Mr also aro not bo blessed with this worlds the grooms parents Mr and Mrs II A a Candl USKItllHJK of goods but that they need tho labors of Meyers hands and will be run by him date for County Attorney of Ilreckenrldc coun and things and makes tho boys laugh Oelzo their children at home and these per Â¬ ty subject to the anion of the Hepublican Con Â¬ W II 1hodes tho present deputy Mr Alexnntler will r till conlinuo a citiThe groom is a fine young business vention ltbruiry is i sons should be similarly helped if their and a splendid good fellow and an excel- zen of Hardinsburg but has not decided man of this city while the bride is an children are forced from thoin lent collector is a candidate for the first on what business ho will engage in accomplished young lady of the first Several states have tried compulsory place on tho sheriffs ticket Ho is op Mr David Hardin has taken u partner Â¬ educational laws and their workings circles of Danville climate jiosetl by a good man nlso in the person io lotiK with your Florida Tho News extends congratulations of Henry lotion ship witli W 15 Hardin in the family have been fraught with distress and what tlo wo KcntuukiiRis wnnt witli it Tho candidates for Jailer are II II grocery business They propose to en Â¬ dissapointments They have proven There is a Vacancy large their stock and arrange to do a unsatisfactory in every instance and Tub Clpverportur wlio tlont talk Clo- Harrington and Xeal Neaftis Tlie matter of tho Polico Judges Ollice J is T Bland and Noah Giecnwall more extensive business than heretofore verport is IcnjiH Mt with her encntios But there seem to haven cinch on tlio Assessors they wont tho fanners to know that they there havo been so many amendments in this city still hangs fire And Ktifl they come Kiyht now names ollice as they havo no opposition as yet will handle nil kinds of country produce and exceptions attached to them that is now n probability that it will bo set Â¬ for that place They aro both excellent they tiro practically ineffective or dead tled in a very short time Mayor Barry ridded to our lint of announcements this and furnish them their goods nt tho low- Â¬ letters olliers and deserve to bo re elected has received information from Attorney wetik Old Bed Meades Representative in est prices Kentucky needs no such a law Ken Â¬ General Hendrick to the effect that the Legislature was on hand and tho IS Advertising does tho work F tuckians nor tho children of Kentuck- Â¬ ollice is vacant ntd it is the duty of tho Ckoakkiw and calamity howlers are after the candidates got through with Co advertised in tho Nkws last ians need to be driven to school not in it if you ivo them tho troor their say lie mounted tho rostrum and Beard Tho City Council to elect a man to fill tho gave an account of his stewardship so far week that on Saturday tlie 20th which grand boon of n good education so vacancy Inuli The council will take tho mat- Â¬ in that body He told tho people if was last Saturday they would sell sweet bo rich ia so dearly cherished in ter up at its next meeting which is tho thero was anything he could do for them twenty five pounds of granulated sugar Is any Hepublican dont like tho Direct the bosom of every citizen of this great first Monday in February and dispose of he was at their service and all they had of theso Itepuhlican laws that wo aro to do was to make known their wants for ono dollar Tho rush was steady and Commonwealth that he willingly gladly it living tinder just now ho will simply that ho was there to servo them and o thoy closed out all thoy had over two and freely embraces every half way fav- Â¬ Tho council met last night in a called have to wait till wo Democrats have proposed to do their bidding and repre- Â¬ thousand pounds in a littlo while orable oppoi tun ty to send his child to meeting nnd elected L G Gregory sent tho whole people regardless of poli- Â¬ time to chanuo them As tho Republican mass convention obtain it All that we tho citizens ask Ho was eutlitisiahtically cheered tics was pretty Canhiuatim aro as plentiful in younjr by the crowd whichwork son far was good approaches tho candidates on that side of our Representatives in this Legisla- Â¬ indication that his satis of tlie houso aro moving about pretty ture or any other is to see that wo aro rnbbita in sprinu time All you havo to factory At a Bargain to Uio right man lively Taylor Beard for elerk says ho properly provided with school facilities do is to go out and beat tho bushes and tho Old Reliable After tho speaking Judge MeBeath was never on tho turf before but ho and well do tho rest a half tloan or more jump out Send proceeded with tho business of tho court Mr Jesso Kskridgo There aro many other good reasons Tho following is a list of the present thinks ho can win in your announcement hoys plenty of grand jury T P Ctindilf foreman hits gotten on to the hand shaking busi Â¬ why this bill should not becomo a law room for you Hephon Hardin K V Rhodes V S ness pretty well for a beginner some of which aro mentioned in tho Good 8tne dum everlasting power Tin llreekenridKo Kepresentativu who i rnold Robt It Trent Sylvester Clark W II Null to following opinions of somo leading citiLicensed to marry v iierryman n it suiitn Win and doing a good business All in going to leave politics at home Miles Kniiuct Jordan B J Carrico and Miss Parthena Drone J W Carter to zens of Cloverport was first class order For particulars ho went to Frank Â¬ John Bryant with his wife when Mayor J A Barry says I am not in Miss Rebecca Decker K F Triplett to Sam Massey J It Miss Nannie Hall Albert Tuto to Miss favor of compulsory laws on any subject address or apply to fort nnd look only to tho interest of his Tho pptit jury constituents cast his second voto in the Wiles S J Simmons Stephen Mills Sarah Smith Andrew J Keys to Miss where there is room for a difference of W CARY Win Baskett C M hunt Henry Stilt liottso against n Ilreckenridgo county Joseph Annio Brushcar Simon K Beavlu to opini m I helievo that every child It T OwiiiL s W F Ves Clifton Mills Ky acknowledged best elerk in sels J tirear citlon tho W Rhodes O F Ureenwall M Miss Laura Dunn Henry H Norris to should be made to go toschoolbut I think V Tho only reason that our Foitutaine J W Fountaino M tho Stato Mrs Maggie Wilson William A Dicker- - that the parent Is tho ono to exeiciso FEMME SOLE Representative can givo for thii action Flaherty John Whelan Robt Knsor son to Miss Amanda A Klliott that privilege and not tlie State W T Bates Richard French M i Is that James E Stone is a Democrat Mr J D Gregory wharf master says Mr J R Johnson met with a very llreckcurldire Circuit Court Bowloy Jr Blant Shacklett James oel Claycomb I am not familiar with tho law but I Payne Win Fonshoe O C Dowtlen A serious accident one day last week and On Petition Oirn neighboring counties Hancock Thornsberry John Yates James Tin While arranging something about a dont think that Kentucky is ready for I mm a Claycomb have our congratulations on dall and D S Robeits and Meade Notice It hereby pit en tbat the above named clock in his store ho fell from tho step such a step I am opposed to It bt cause Joel Claycomb and Im in Claycomb lili wile having such live octivo and iulhiential ladder on which ho was standing and I dont think that it would bo justice or have thlt day filed In my office their Joint petition Statu or Ohio Citv or Iolkdo I S3 In Kqulty praylnfr that the laid lmma Claycomb In this Legislature Representatives broko his leg just ahovo tho auklo Tho practicable lie authorlied by decree of thii court and there- Â¬ Lucas County j Thoy aro both good men ami aro rolled by nn powered to uie enjoy tell and convey for Mr A IS Skilluian banker expresses her own benefit any real or pcrmnal properly Frank J Cheney makes oath that ho fracturo wits a bud one and gave him ing credit upon themselves and their the may own hcrcatter acquire from the clum is tho senior partner of tho firm of F J much pain It may bo sometime boforo himself as follows I am opposed to or debta of herorsaid hu band to make contract constituents hut wo havo heard from ue and be tued aa a blnarle woman and trade Â¬ Co doing business in tho City he will bo able to get out Cheney compulsory education Such a luw canname and to dlipoe Miss June Ogely and James Harrison not be enforced on account of the poor In her own will or deed nr oiherwheof her said of Toledo County and Stato aforesaid property by only as having voted against his Is be made firm will pay tho sum of and wife were brought hero last Fr Say A great majority of the parents in Ken- Â¬ byNotice whereof tbe hereby ordered tn Nawa for publication In countyman for Clerk of tho House sim and that said IIkeckenhidcii Quo Hundred Dollars for each and every from Glendcauo and lodged in jail Thtv tucky depend more or less on their ten days ply because Baid countyman was a Dem- Â¬ ilven under my hand as Clerk ofthe Ilrccken caso of Catarrh that cannot ho cured by compose a part of tho fighting elemont children for a support and if their chil- Â¬ rUue Circuit Court this January loth l ocrat out of that section and when they wore dren are forced to go to school you l SSKIMMAN tho use of Halls Catarrh Cure Clerk Ureckcnrldge Circuit Court taken up and fined nnd failed to givo deprivothein of their means of living FltANK J ClIKNKV Notice Democratic Committeemen Sworn to before mo anil subscribed in bond or pay out thoy had to como to consequently thoy have to bo provided CLOVKiti oirr Kv Jan 20 1891 The jail We dont want to give u town a for Al our peoplo who aro able gener Ureckonrldgo County Democratic Com- my presence this 0th day of Decoinbor Iakk Opisitv 1ILL will reduce jour weight bad iiamo but thoy say that around ally send their children to school mittee is licroby called to meet in Hai Â¬ A I 1880 irom ia tn 15 poundsa month -- Glcndcano thero is a pretty tough set without beln tnado to do so I am liHMNiVnY sickness or injury AW GLEASON nil iiinvitu build up the health and iibeauti ti i nab urg Ky on Monday tho 10th ot tuii IICITV They Notary Public nnd that it might help to restore order strongly in favor of educution vheal but a fy the complexion leaving NO WUINKIrS or February 1601 to consider tho time and habblntss STOUT AllIlOMKNS and dtthcult manner of Bolecting candidates of the Hulls Cutarruh Cure Is taken iuternidly if a few inoro were brought hero and put compulsory law would be very oppress Â¬ brcalhlnif surely relieved NO IXPIKIMKNT out a scienllncanu positive relict adopted only ive on somo of our people party for tho county ofllcea to ba filled and acts directly on tho blood and behlud the bars after vcari of cxncrlcuce All orucrt supplied direct from our office 1rlce tioa per nackaire at the November election 1801 and for mucous surfaces of tho system Send for Prof J II B Logan Principal of the or iAniir3 by mail postpaid three packages for such other business as may bo brought testimonials free Theoret- Â¬ Testimonials and particulars sealed acts Cloverport High school says Kecdlnt r toute or children that want building npibnulil taku F J CIIKNKY A CO Toledo O ically compulsory education seems All Correspondence Strictly Confidential before it IlltOWNH IllUN MTTEIIS It iiltrjuirii to take cure Malaria Indljti plausible but to tho close observer it Is PARK REMEDY CO Boston Mass David It Mitiiiay Chairman -- 5aSold by Druggists 7oo Uon auj UlllotuucM All dtajBrt kxp IL IxrK are authorlrcd to announce JOSKlII M a a candidate tor County Jude ubject to the action of the Democratic party MUILKN Â¬ Â¬ llllt Circuit Court convened nt ltranden burg last Monday Jtidgo Melleath ond Commonwealths Attorney Chelf were on hand and got their matters in good working shape before the hour of noon when the court adjourned for dinner and as usual on indcilnilo space of time be Â¬ yond that hour to give any npiranlsfor olllee who were present and wished to air themselves a chance to do so Things up in Mcado are in about tho same shape they aro down in Breckenridge Tlie woods are full of candidates and it Is no trouble to run one out of the bushes most any time you step out Up in Meado the light is all before the primary and the boys only have one siege of it while with the ltreckenridge county fellows its a light all the time from start to finish Tho Democratic County Com Â¬ mittee held a meeting to day Monday and ordered it Primary for Saturday Aug 4th which will give the hookers ample time to air themselves before their Democratic hosts and have three months leftiti which to light the Republicans and Populists Theres a scarcity in fact wo havo failed to hear of eitherof the lat- Â¬ ter Klisha Ashcraft was not in tow aaud Col Clint Fairleigh is sawing wood and saying nothing Democrats aie decidedly in tho ascendency bo much so that if an opponent does appear he is immediately wallowed up by theboys in tho trenches andho daro nots ay a word Â¬ Â¬ JULIUS WINTER Corner Third and Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY CO 50000 FRUIT TREES AT THE EKRON NURSERY Spring Delivery Persons desiring to plant out an Orchard this Spring will find it to their interest to get prices from us as we are selling at hard times prices All stock guaranteed as Correspondence and patronage represented solicited FOR w 1 1894 Â¬ - Â¬ Massey Frymire EKRON KY V 1 1 HAWLEYS Lfittle Cyclone Clothes Wagher making wash day A perfect wonder and a joy to every household one of pleasure instead of dread and drudgery which thousonds of mothers will testify to all along tho line Positively tho Best and Cheapest Washer over offored to the Pubiic for Â¬ the following reasons FIRST It is tho most durablo SECOND It requires less labor THIRD It will do a greater variety of work FOURTH It will do tho same amount of work in less time than any other without wearing the clothes or fulling or shrinking the flannel It is less cumbersome weighing only two pounds Tho principal feature of this Washer is in forcing tho hot water and suds through jtho clothes by compressed air SIX PAGES Â¬ THE PRICE OF THIS WASHER IS ONLY 300 THUS PLACING IT WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY FAMILY Â¬ P S BELL Agent Breckenridge Co Cloverport Ky You never will have seen 1 The Beauties Â¬ -sortment Of the Earth Â¬ A- - Clifton Mill J Â¬ Until you have feasted your eyes upon the immense asof Jewelry and Musical Goods of T G LEWIS COS KENTUCKY ROBERT V Mammoth Establishment IIARDINBBURG SAML RAY Â¬ HARK Â¬ FAT PEOPLE 1 WITH Crescent -- - Tobacco CO -- - Warehouse RAY Eighth and Main Streets irom ouj do ail fa Proprietors LOUISVILLE KY With Auction and Private Sales Daily and Storage Foui Months Free HSEJUraiSR JW- - THE BRROKENRIDGR NEWS OLOYKRPORT KY 0 iniire Un American Story Full of the Romance Cednrcllffo may bo a Miles Htandhh but to liialro him easy I said I would mo nbout It and Mystery of the East V7 S I A STRANGE WEIRD FASCINATING STORY OF LOVE AND HATE TOLD IN ANOVEL MANNER VIVID IN THE PICTURING OF EXCITING SITUATIONS Full of Virility and Dramatic Power Stiring and Effective Charming and Exciting THE READER FEELS THAT HE IS MORE THAN A SPECTATOR OF THE EVENTS AND TAKES A PERSONAL INTEREST IN THE UNFOLDING OF THE PLOT A Masterly Tale By Americas Leading Author Julian Hawthorn KVNOPWIS Is it mean to tell mo youre serious anything moro than a flirtation You wouldnt yon wouldnt marry her would you For a fellow who sets up to be clover youro tho blindest bat I over came Mar ticrobs returned John scornfully ry her If I knew that marrying her would cost mo my llfo 24 hours later Id marry her this minute if shed havo mo Nonsensel said I parting my hair You dont caro for women What business have you to know or my what I caro for Yon think I dont Johns feel becauso I dont chatter handsome Saxon faco was flushed and his bluo eyes wero wide open and indignant His innocence is really pathetic If you aro in earnest of course that Yon niters tho case I said gravely couldnt expect mo to know until you told me Perhaps Sinfiro doesnt know either Oh yes alio knows replied he with a groan Well modesty is n virtue but you neednt carry it so far ns to imagine that if you want her you cant havo her for tho asking It isnt modesty its common sense What is thcro in mo sho should caro for I feel no better than the groom in tho stablo when Im with her 1 dont know how to talk nnd I dont know what Eort of things shes interested in I snid However much of a paragon sho may be sho is like other women in being supremely interested in a certain subject and that happens to be ouo in which you are just now especially pro- Â¬ ficient What is ft Why love to bo oure And love is what you must talk to her You can do it and you cant do it too much Blurt it right out Never mind tho words it Comes in It will get to her just the same And sooner or later it will go hard but sho will talk back to yon But John shook his head and sighed I might talk lovo to her if I wasnt in ho replied after a mo- Â¬ lovo with her ment But ns it is I cant get my mouth open I cau only act like nn ass And that isnt nil I feel H3 if there were some secret between her nnd me something that sho is keeping from me I mean 1 havent an idea what it can be but whatever it is I believo its tho cause why she doesnt want ine to propose to her Naturally I was impressed by this con Â¬ firmation of my own notion But 1 didnt want to say anything about that to John I laughed nnd asked him whether there was nn unknown rival in tho case Ho took it very seriously in fact altogether too much so for his health He jumped up from tho window seat in which ho was sitting nnd the vein down tho center of his forehead swelled and Ids lips becamo whitish and twitched There shant be any rival ho burst out Id kill him And ho caught up tho Indian club ns if ho wero going to illustrate his purposo by braining mo But it was not I that was in danger Poor John suddenly gasped nnd looked very strungo and staggered back to tho window seat I know nt onca what ailett him and this tiino I succeeded in pro venting him from actually losing consciousness Tho draft I gavo him sent tho blood through his veins ugnin wit a jump and the dull stare left his eyes It was not such a bad attack as the first one After a minute or two he sut upright nnd looked nt mo curiously What doeaittueiin Frank ho asked What is the matter with me Something wrong with the circulation thats all You smoke too much probably You must tako more care of yourself I felt ns if I were going to die So do seasick people but they live all the sriuio How long lias this sort of thing been going on Was that tho first thobtlier day Yes at least I dont know Of course its nothing serious I was born to live to a hundred Im ns hard ns nails But its extremely unpleasant whilo it lasts Tobacco is it Well I cun knock oft a pipe or two without much trouble But what did you mean about a rival Frank Im not nn unreasonable follow am I But thero isnt room for a rival in this business you know Ho or I would have to My dear fellow I know nothing about any rival It was yon that suggests the idea to mo and I didnt suppose yon wero any more in earnest than I was I want yiu to understand that Im said John In earnest right through standing up and lowering his thick brown eyebrows and speaking in his domineering tono I made no reply but went on with my dressing The breakfast bell rang as I reached tho last button of iuy waistcoat Look here Frank said John turn Â¬ ing upon mo at the door as we were go in out youre ny brother apd I want you ta help ma There uretYO reasons why you can talk to her better than I cau Youve got brains and a tongue in your head and youre not in love with her You can find out whether Bhe cares for me and whether theres any other follow in the case you know It Isnt that I believe there is but I want to be certain that ttre Unt Bee I am not a John AUen tjwiujh Lord Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frank Malmvarlng a to CIIAFTRK I dent and recluse lives on the unity estates at Cedarcllflc wltl Ills mother and eldest brother Juhn Another brother Henry l loving abroad The Malnwatlngs are Americanized rngllijh people nndtlie cstlte with an Income ol ooco a year Is auhjert to the laws of primogeniture II Miss Slnfire lotcstal a hitherto unheard of arrives at CeilarclllTe niece of Mrs Malnwnrlni from Kngland bringing u litlrr from her tathtr written on his deathbed and committing the girl Sinlire to the care of his American relatives was reared In India III Slnfiic hitrays a deep Intcrcit in the ab- Â¬ sent llenrj Malnwaring and John becomes in- Â¬ An acci- Â¬ fatuated ntlth Ins beaiullul cousin dent reveals to Dr Frank Milnvvarlng that John has the heart disease and the ownership of IV CciUtclifle ma change at any moment blnfire becomes a mystery In the Mainwarlng household John makes a confidant of I rank and acknowledges his love for her He declares that he wilt shoot any rival who thwarts him and asks Franks aid in finding out whether her heart Is free or otherwise Ir f 4 That Ja to say sliu does think of it but could not draw 1110 Into either encemru iiifj her suspicions or opposing them As a mutter of fact I dont know that it makes much difference whether Sinfiro be really what she purjwrts to be or not She is a fine creature capable of belli the mother of n noble race All tho rest is rather nn object of curiosity than of practical importance But snpposo it is Johns fortune sho is after and means when she lias got it to ilisaptiearr Well that would be Johns business If ho couldnt keep her he wouldnt deservo her for sIjp has n heart for tho man who lias the stuff in him to win it But if Bho be nn adventuress how came she in connection with my lato Un There is no doubt that he clo Edward had one daughter nt least Really there is no reason for any misgiving except that she docs seem to bo withholding something and that sho is so remarkably handsome People dont expect to find women like her among their own private relatives But let her becomo Mrs John Malnwariug by nil means John came into my bedroom the next morning whilo I was dressing Ho is a man tvhoso body and uncoiucicus movements speak more plainly than his tongue can especially when ho has anything to say Soaslio forged about the room stared out of the window took up The Medical Record from tho taulr and tossed it down again pulled j sprig from tuy pot of heliotrope and etushed it between his fingers or laid hold of un Indian club and swung it over his shoulder I took it as Baid that he had been making love to Sinlire and that she was still amusing herself by parrying his attacks No doubt alio found it good sport Wo-Â¬ men aro mado that way whether they love tho victim or not John wanted me to begin the conversation but I mado believo to bo profoundly abstracted and kept humming In u preoccupied way to myself ns I went on shaving Strikes me youro mighty particular about your toilet for a man who doesnt go iuto society grumbled tho heir of Anybody would Cedarcliffe at length wonld say you were in love It is the lovers who pay no attention That is to such things I returned what Shakespeare said and he know You nro tho one who wears tho lovers marks I Who is there for mo to bo In lovo Mth united transparent John Well that is your affair But if I wero yoa I think I Bhould bo in lovo with Cousiu Sinflre for lack of something bet- Â¬ Â¬ he called out Something better Id like to know whero in this world you could find anybody hotter than sho is ter Well said I wipiug my razor and going to tho washstand if you think her the right sort sho is the right sort for youj It isnt what 1 thiuk its what sha thinks he replied Dont you know No Then why dont you ask herr I dont know that cither I cant ask her I try but she prevents me XL imsit lJv V VI Illis W ml mil mm II iMI III ILfhrtMWIO Tftere thnnU bennvrlvaiP Why John hunt out eiclalroed lvou dont he CHAPTER V As rcgardu the family romance I havn lost n good ninny entertaining details from mero neglect in writing them down nt tho time But it will bo u long time before I forget the nfternoon my Cousin Sinfiro spent with me in the laboratoiy last week It was partly pnrixwo nnd partly ncci dent John had asked mo to tnlkwith her in his behalf nnd I was not nverso from fathoming her mystery if I could but I doubt whether nnyihing would havo been done if I hndnt happened to Tho Indinu uaiuo mention Saprani caught her car and sho began to ask mo questions In 10 minutes I had her consumed with curiosity At first I had no intention of admitting her to tho sacred precincts of tho laboratory Indeed no human being has crossed that mystic threshold sinco I established my Lares nnd Penates thero nnd lenst of all did I contemplato over entertaining n woman However I reflected that if I wanted to get anything out of her thero could bo no placo better suited to that operation than my laboratory Tho environment would kindlo her imagination nnd tho disclosures I could regaloher with would put her in n mood to render a return 1 knew her general character tolerably well by this time although tho particu Â¬ lars of her experience wero still as much an enigma ns over nnd I thought I could touch tho springs that would loosen her reserve Moreover I nin by nature romantic though the world may think otherwise and I could imnginon very interesting- scene taking placo in the alchemists cave between tho magician nnd tho maiden At nny rate when Iliad worked her up to tho proper pitch of entreaty nnd im patience I allowed her to wring from mo a grudging consent to receive her in tho penetralia nt n certain hour I would havo mado that hour midnight had not my regard for conventional propriety forbidden But tho conformation of tho placo enabled mo to mako it appear quito ns impressive nt one hour of tho day ns nt another I appointed oclock in the afternoon and sho was to come at that tiino secretly and alone Punctually to tho hour in tho lan guage of tho old romances n knock was heard on the alchemists door It was not a timid knock neither was it a de- Â¬ fiant ono It indicated that tho person who knocked was self possessed and meant to como in The rooms in tho right wing of the Ccdarcliffo mansion which constitute tho nlchemista nbodo nro separated from tjio rest of the house Formerly they wero accessible by tho corridor communicating with tho main hall but at n later ditto the extremity of this corridor was walled up and tho four rooms thus isolated could be entered only from outdoors Passing through tho outer portal tho visitor would see before him a flight of stairs leading to tho two upper rooms On his right was a door giving access to a small library In tho partition wall of this library between two bookcases wns another door which fow persons had tho privilego of passing It was of massivo oak and turned on hinges of polished biass It wns fastened within by a heavy lock and bolt of steel Tho lady who sought admlttanco was young and had a faco and figure of dis- Â¬ tinguished beauty Sho was dressed in a thin summer costumo of some delicate white fabric nnd woro a light silken shawl with black and yellow stripes draped over her dark hair nnd gracefnl shoulders It was evident that she came by appointment for the outer door and that of tho library had been left njnr and sho had penetrated without hin drance to tho final barrier A short pauso ensued during which tho young woman throw ono comer of her silken shawl over her shoulder nnd gavo a bwift glanco behind her Then tho pouderous portal swung inward noiselessly on its hinges and tho visitor stepped fearlessly into tho room boyond The noxt moment tho bolt was shot and sho and tho alchemist wero nlono Does nny ono know whero you nro the lntter inquired Cousin Not a soul sho roplied John has ridden to town to sco tho sher- Â¬ iff about that gang of burglars nnd mint lias gono to bed with n headache Tho servants think I havo gono to tho cliff to read No ouo will miss mo beforo tea time You havo done well returned tho Follow mo alchemist approvingly And ho led the way toward tho further end of tho room Tho light of day wns excluded from this chamber but the illumination of a few lamps sufficed dimly to roveal its proportions If was spacious and lofty Tho ntraosphero wns cooler than tho ex- Â¬ ternal tiir and was penetrated by a sub Â¬ tle perfumo of a delicately nronmtiu quality As the visitors eyes becamo accustomed to the gloom she perceived that tho walla wore of solid Btono loft undisguised in their naked simplicity Tho celling npf eared to bo vaulted and at tho end opposite the door thero was u largo fireplace with a sort of hollow ga Â¬ ble built over it giving it somowhat the aspect of a cavjrn On tho rightof tho fireplacoas you faced it thoro was a window in a deop unbrasuro heavily curtained On tho opposito side of tho room was a sort of cabinet of dark wood fastened against tho wall and glazed in front with two broad sheets of plato glass Tho floor at this cud was covered with a Boft Indian rugof a dull reddish hue Beneath tho window stood a large table covered with a number of objects of singular shape apparently used by tho alchemist in his experiments Other paraphernalia were collected within the penthouse of tho fireplace upon thq hearth of which was placod a kind of brazier wherein flickered a pale bluo flame A low sofa or divan furnished with silken cushions was bo arranged as to front partly to- Â¬ ward the glazed cabinet and partly to- Â¬ ward tho fireplace Uion this ill van tho alchemist motioned hia visitor to take her seat You feel no nervousness he said letting his fingers rest for a moment on her wrist I feel at homo she roplied for tho first tlmu since I left India I must be Indian then for it la my homo observed tho other Whoir I first biw you anil heard you speak yon brought Itidhi to my mind No one but a Hindoo was her answer ever liad such black eyes ns yours or so soft a voice You are us different from your brother as Calcutta is from Lin colnshire I havo two brothoni said ho But Htmry is not like yon either4 A connecting link perhaps Ho sr hazel eyed with curly chestnut hair 1 wish you could we him 1 hao 1 can imajrine what lie U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho tloea not eaplnln Been his portrait you But tho Buddhists believo that tho souls of the dead live again in such bodies us Knrum appoints for them Perhaps you wero a Hindoo in your for- Â¬ mer stalo And Sapraul win the queen of my Well eho would hardly havo heart been moro beautiful asnn Indian prin- Â¬ cess than sho is now A serpent is tho only thing lit to be compared with n woman I Most women might not think that a compliment But you nro not llko most women Sinfiro Round and j ftoul rMimciit llts CniM Aii cflecting sreno wns witnessed in this city not long since A husband nnd wife leslding in the county had separated and a divorce had Tho wife had married been granted ngtln and with husband No 2 had moved to this city Not long afterward business brought husband No 1 to town As he n ns walking along a principal street his ears wero greeted by a dear and familiar voice crying papa papa lie looked around and saw his llvc yenr old boy tho ofisprlig of his unfortunate marring coming running across the strett with out stretched arms IIo met tho child half way and taking it in his A arms sought n convenient sent neighborly doorstep accommodated him and placing his child upon his knee he showered kh-s-and embraces upon it for twenty ininuti s or more whilo tears wero continually coursing down his cheeks In nn opposite door way stood the mother and former wife with hus watching tio proceeding as band No if she feared nn nttempt nt abduction Tho scene wns finally broken up by the mother calling the child home and the bioker ua trd father wallol on down tho sheet s Â¬ Correctly weekly hy Ilitnphrey St Lnufcr Im hire IominUsInn Mercinnls 0 Second Sthct Miln and Market LoulilllcKy LOUISVILLE KY Jan 23 lfavt Shippers should mark all package plainly with shippers name and post offlce address Choice country Medium Common Creamery Fresh IIEANS 75 to 1 85 1 00 to 1 81 Navy Old or Common and colored I 00 to 1 20 JJKIED APPLE AND PEACHES Apples choice bright quarters iX to Apples averageVi l VA Apples old Peachoi new 4 to 5 lcacbcs old 1 niJTTEll 1J 11 Tfl 10 21 EUQS Introduco mo to Saprani Baid the visitor leaning forward and clasping her slender bauds on her knees Tho alchemist rose from the divan nnd advanced toward tho glazed cabinet Ho woro a long dark tunic confined at the wnist and falling to U feet On hW head was n cap soimjwliut after the fash ion of a Turkish fez Standing in front of tho cabinet ho drew fioiu Ids girdle a long slender wind and tapped with it several Union im tiioglasswhich protect ed the left hand division of tho cuiiuet Tho light from tle brazier mingling with the red rays ruin a colored lamp depending by a chain from the ceiling b1ioho faintly I ito the interior of the cago and tovenlnl MimuUting moving there with it hIow and stealthy motion Gradually this object approached tho glass and partly ivtred ItM lf up against it It displayed the head and glistening black neck of a magnificent cobra Its sides spotted with gold Tho alchemist touched a pulley until hi gliss roso up ward llko a window leaving the front of tho cago open Ho then letired threo or four paces keeping his eyes fixed upon tho serpent and crouched noiselessly down upon tho carpet until ho Gquatted upon his heels Meanwhile tho cobra remained motionless in tho cago with its head lifted Tho alchemist now drew from tho folds of his rohu a short Instrument of cylindrical shape pierced with holes after the manner of a Into It was made of ebony mid highly polished and was decorated with bits of red coral and pendants of sparkling crystal It was a toumril brought from India nnd ued by tho serpent charmers In their incantations Raising it to liis lips ho drow from it soft und plaintive sounds pleasing to tho ear yet differing in sonio essential respects from tho music of tho west Tho sounds gradually grow louder though never losing their 3oft insinuat ing quality until tho vault of tho cham ber sceincit to resound with echoes of soothing potency At tho first notes tho cobra hadchinged its position turning its hetil toward the player As tho musio continued a blow continuous shifting was observable throughout Us glistening coils Tho for ward part of its body win pushed beyond tho edgo of tho cago and held poised in tho air tho head and neck still upright Then tho long tapering form still stead ily uncoiling sank toward tho floor In sliding undulations writhing rhythmic ally forward in harmony with tho tweet throbbing of tho flute Ah it rested with its jet black hcales and golden spots upon tho dull red carpet In tho dim light or seemed to rest for it was never still it was a beautiful yet terriblo symbol of sensuous delight tho subtilo pleasure that bears within it the poison of death Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II hand picked Michigan ndlaca FEATHEltS Prime wlilto goese Mixed Old Mo 1 duck 3 25 85 1f oj 20 25 J A HIDES Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins 3 5 Ti QA tirAr- Running Chances - V- 3K 7 u 20 50 C IOULTllY lien per lb Hon tors per lb 5 12 fl 7 Spring Chickens per lb oung Ducks per lb m Vo Jcce full featberd TurLoys BOOTS 1 75 VA A HI J 10 Illnscng Ky and Indiana Yellow Hoot OAM K 2 25 a 2 50 Of the baby breaking your watch may not re- Â¬ Some sult In damage or loss to your pocket risks you can run without much danger others Missing an early inspection of you can not our stock of Solid Silver Spoons llutter Knives Napkin Rings and our elegant sock of Novel Â¬ ties and Jewelry Is one of the chances you can not run without Incurring n loss This stock Ii superior to anything we ever offered before and It Is most assuredly superior to anything else now shown In this city and our prices are very low you should call at onca and make n selection before the rush sets In 1 N DHUY Halblts Squirrel Quail WOOL 1 Two Notch Mux It is not generally known that tho father of the Louisvillu Henderson Packet lino of steamboats and tho lather of tho Louisville St Louis Texas railroad both died recent Â¬ ly within six weeks of each other under the same roof In this city Away back in the forties the steam boating days Mr Ihilo V Duncan of this city built owned and run tho first steamboats that over plied the Ohio 75 a 35 id 25 Cj 25 1 60 50 25 GREGORY WHARFMASTERS CL0VERP0RT CO KENTUCKY Tubwanhed Ircnse fine Oreaso coarse Merino Hurry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Sorghum 12 u 14 12 m 14 6fa17 510 AX city 30 Also Wholesale and llitall Dealers In Ileoanal Mnlasacit 30 We quote price IIAYOKAIN im2t a 35 wharf No 2 oats h FKKD to day on Loulsvlllo OATS 32 Yellow Pino Flooring and Coiling Shingles Hair Doors Laths Cement Lime river with Louisvillu and Henderson as terminal points and from this begin Â¬ ning wo now havo the present Louisville it Acnderson Iackct Coinpuny Tho histoiy of the Louisville St Louis it Texas road is still fresh in the minds of tho people Tho labors of Mr U It Pierce for the successful completion of this road will live in memory mid writ- Â¬ ten history as long as this road exists IIo It was who first conceived tho idea of a railroad down this beautiful Ohio val- Â¬ IIo obtained tho charter from tho ley state and through his efforts moro than any other ono man tho road wns finally completed Ono day in last October Mr Duncan was thrown from a buggy and received latal injuries Ho wass canied to tho Pierce residence and died next day At the time of Mr Duncans death Mr Pieice was lying under the same roof on n bed o affliction from which hu suc Â¬ cumbed a few weeks aftcrwartl and thus the two most useful men this sec- Â¬ tion of country had ever known passed away Srovi 11113 It does appear that in this enlightened ago of the world the malicious villainy of stove pipes would bo stilllciently known to deter nil unskilled operators from monkeying with these treacherous cylinders1 but it seems not to bo tho case Not long sinco a young married couple moved into a house in this city and tho youthful husband instead of sending round after nn experienced man under Â¬ took the task of putting up the stoves himself The kitchen stove was arranged first without much dilliculty ns the pipu was short composed of new joints nnd went straight up into tho fine Next came tho heater This stovo was stationed in an adjoining room and tho pipo ran per- Â¬ pendicularly nearly to the ceiling thon turned with an elbow and run horizon- Â¬ tally to tho petition wall through it into tho kitchen and into tho kitchen stovo pipu by n side joint ouo lluu serving for both stoves After much Fcpieezing and pounding and pushing this lung pipe was gotten into ship shape and an at- Â¬ tempt made to put it into Its final position Tho first several attompts failed by the joints coming npart at soino point or another and tho squeezing and pounding and pushing had to bo repeat Â¬ ed several times This wns all homo with patienty and U there wero nny luutterings they wero not expressed in n high enough tone to become audible At last the labors of the young man seemed nbout to bo crowned with sue ctssj the joints nil seemed to bo forevor fixed Tho young man wns Etnnding on aboard which rested on tho backs of two chairs The last connection wns being made It only needed ouo moro llttlo push to mako tho strut turo fat and secure but alas alas this Inst little push proved disastrous It mado tho last connection nil right enough but dis- Â¬ connected another joint mid down camo pipe man board chairs and all in one llko a thousand of Clo confused iiuib verport vitrified brick The comical ridiculousness of tho lay out caused tho young wife to laugh uud her laughter acted as if a mntch had been applied to a dynamite bomb Tho husband could hold himself no longer and an explosion was tho result Hollow into n rago stamped the stove pipu into guttering split tho board smashed tho chairs kicked the stovo over and closed the performance by whipping his wife for laughing The nulso was terrific and alarmed tho neighbors but soino how tho uilair never pot into tho city court Tiivnx Â¬ Â¬ Sash and Brick Blinds HAY 10 50 13 00 11 00 M 12 00 10 00 11 00 5 50 4 75 Strictly choice Choice No 2 flood Medium Uood Uright Straw COIIN 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every American who would be promptly and truthfully told what the people of this world aro doing for women and for young folks tntoresed In household affairs In new books and old In art science religion in the rivalries of ninaleur und education sport in stclety And In all tho lighter goings on and Hholoaome gosolp of the day It is a full clean and complete cenmpnper conducts ed with intelligence lor Intelligent people Htial Till Ti vt3 believes in Foilcral taxation imposed la the Interost of the lovernment and of tho whole people not for the restriction of trade nnd the benefit ol th ftvv an honest dollar that tho Ijand of may receive without loss and pay over without same a liberal expenditure lor pen sions to votenins who reed and deserve tbcu und to no other tho Democratic Party as ii better Instrument lity of popular government James M Lewis Contractor ogTtaqiMgtiTf Builder BIST IY JCiUTT OLOVERPORT KY Stariitimittes ftiriiislul on nppltcatliii WORMS WHITES CREAM tll VERMIFUGE Has 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Jatnat dealitna and Mount eontraata Adtlreaa JtUNty cafNi-w- - Youk am BliiUUwaT OA cams worse and all treatment failed to Rive her relict until wo Leuun to use Hoods rxirsaiiarllla After she had taken oif liut bottle o could see that she wus better We continued- until she Now she- looks like liad tuken thrco bottles Hoodssr Cures I COPYRIGHTS - The Bloom of Health and Is fat ai n pig We feel grateful nnd cannot say too natch In mvOr ol Howls SiuaiarllU Mas A M AlAm Inman Tuuetee cOUleutly yet act HoodspuPills Uvcr easilybowels promptly 2So ami the and Coughs ColiU Croup llonrsio ncii llroiiohltli Im Orlpno and WheoplHfr CoiiKh It C C C CcrtHlH CoHKh Curo Thogrontcatrciucdyextniii Tor jr f rTll MTsSrTiIsr e MM Breckenridge I News 21 ISO I A bill was introduced for tl o protect ion of food fishes in cettnln waters of Â¬ Kentucky Aftorseveril other bills wero submit ted the Seiintu took up tho oenl Option bill and discussed it all tho afternoon HARD hut It was no nearer n solution at tio hour of adjournment than it hail been on the two prereding days The point of Tho Band or Kentucky Solons at contention is tho fixing of the lines of what shall constitute a Local Option disFrankfort Is Getting Down trict The bill ns framed will allow a district to voto for selling liquor tu that To Its Knitting particular district while the remainder of the county may bo overwhelmingly op- Â¬ posed to the sale of it Some members Much Work Alroady on Hand and claim that a iocal Option district should include tho whole county white others Now Bills Keop Pouring in claim that this would partially remove the local feature and if the district is To Swell tho Pile to be as largo as a- - county that county lines should not confine it but that these lints should bo removed also and let the The Allotted Sixty Says Thought To whole stato have a whack at a ProhibiBe Much Too Short For Needed tion vote The idea expressed by this class is that 1 ocal Option should be as Legislation local as possible in fact as well as in name and for this rcaon cities towns ami magisterial districts sliould have the Local Option Sill Passes the Senate privilege of taking separate and individ ual votes on the subject Tho bill is a And Compulsory Education to Be special order in tho Senate every day Discussed Friday until disposed of 1 WEDNKSDAY JANUARY THE BREOKENRIDGE NKWS GLOVEBPORT KY To Restore in tho Senato to day was taken up by the discussion of tho bill reducing the taxes of the state Tho hour of adjourn ment choked the debaters oil mid the hill will L ome up ii gain Monday A bill was introduced specifying cases in which n rallmnl will lie responsible for flues which arn originated from sparks from engines Senator Ogleshy introduced an amend iiiftit to the election laws The bill prohibiting druukeniiess within half a mile of a voting place on days of an election was killed Â¬ Â¬ AT WORK Imir which has become lliin ttml keep Iho pcitlp clean niul healthy uso Â¬ AVARS HAIR VIGOR It THE HOUSE Â¬ THE HOUSE ANOTHER SATURDAY SKEDADDLE Wednesday Jan 17 The members hardly waited for the gavel to fall in the House to day before they were at active work FitNkToiT Kv Ian 15th Sjnclnl Mvnibunt who went to their Iioiikh on Saturday were late getting in to tlny ami uintiv scats were vacant at tho hour of convening however there was a quorum present in both houses and tho transac- Â¬ tion of business was not impeded This was not regular bill day though several wero permitted to be ollcrcd A bill providing for the government of the penitentiary by a Board of three Commissioners was introduced in the Senate These Commissioners are to be appointed by the Governor and they shall perform their duties at a Nilary of SiOOO with an allowance for expenses not to exceed 500 each annually After discussing the local option bill the Senito adjourned THE UOlhC The Soiuto bill prohibiting tho print Â¬ ing and distribution of ob cene pictures and literature was repotted favorably by the House Committee on Public Morals The Stiff bill which provides that tho unclaimed bodies of paupers and criminals shall be given to Medical col Â¬ leges for the advancement of science was allowed a second reading The bill exempting freight train Â¬ Monday Jan 15 Mr Ifawes of Hancock ottered the following resolution Whereas the Auditor of this state is now allowed 13700 for clerk hire and a bill to increase this amount --V0O is now pending that tho Auditor bo re Â¬ quested to furnish this house by not later than Wednesday January 17 a list of the clerks and the salaries paid each The resolution was adopted The bill creating a Dairy and Food Commissioner was reported adversely by the Committee The Senate bill returning to the various Columbian clubs throughout tho state the money they contributed to the Kentucky exhibit was reported favorably Mr Hardin of Meade member of the Committee on Military Aflairs reported favorably the bill to raiso the salary paid to tho Arsenal Keeper from 000 to 800 Tho additional 00 to bo paid out of tlio military fund instead of the general fund The Iocul Option bill was allowed a second reading Tho bill allowing a premium on the heads of foxes wolves and wildcats was advanced on the calendar by a second resiling Â¬ Â¬ cabooses from the operation of the separ ate coach law was passed The bill to abolish tho State Board of Equalization was made a special order for next Wednesday At noon a joint session was held and the General Assembly repeated the election of Judge Lindsay to the United States Senate This clinches the case and makes Senator Lindsay the most elected man that ever occupied a chair in the Senate of the Nation Â¬ THE SENATE Tuesday orders occupied tho time of the Senate to day Among other bills was one introduced by Mr Johnson which prohibits the collusion of persons for the purpose of discriminating against patrons This bill was originated by the fact that all tho undertakers of Louisvillo refused some weeks ago to bury a woman because it was claimed by ono of them that deceaseds husband owed him on account The Local Option hill was discussed again from noon until the hour of adjournment Â¬ Â¬ THE SENATE Jan 10 Special Thursday Jan 18 The Senate passed three bills to dty among them being the In much discussed Local Option bill character it is practically the same as the 1111 passed in the laM Legislature One or two amendments were added but they do not effect its substance As passed it require -- 5 per cent of tho cit- Â¬ izens in a precinct in a county to sign a petition before an election can lie called The fight was made to allow 25 per cent of the citizens of a county as a whole to petition and obtain a vote The wets claim the ittory as they hold it will be hard to get the requisite number of sign Â¬ ers in each individual dii triet in a whole county The bill prohibiting an attorney from having his office in the same room with that of tho sheriff of a county was pass ed The advocates of this bill claim that a lawyer in tho same room with a sheriff has undue advantages over other attorneys in obtaining and prosecuting cases as lie is apt to know all about the affairs of tlie sheriff Tho bill increasing the compensation of tho Trustee of a Jury Fund from I to 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ percent was passed A few other bills were Intro lured and THE HOUSE reilerred Thursday Jan Tho bill providing for graded schools eight months in tho year was passed Mr Vances bill permitting sheriffs to servo notices any where that a witness may bo found in the Commonwealth was passed This is intended to facilitate tho business of courtsand dispenso with tho sending of notices subpoenas etc from one county to another Mr Hiles bill providing for compul- Â¬ sory oducation caino up for passage but on motion was made a special for next Friday the Ilith inst This bill is creat- Â¬ ing a great deal of interest and private discussions and it is evident that it will bo extensively discusjed pro and con in tlie House before there is any action taken 18 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Friday Jan 10 Twenty four new bills to day Tho first thing in the order of the day was tlie Gilliam Follis contest case The minority report of tho Committee was discussed to great length Tho voto was strictly a partisan ono and resulted in the seating of Mr Follis tho Demo- Â¬ crat by M to 20 Mr Bearkhead of argued and voted with tho Daviess Kepublicans Mr Hobbs introduced another bill to amend the election laws THE SENATE A bill was introduced to prevent tho Wednesday Jan 17 This General Assembly is fast gaining tho reputation playing of base ball on Sunday and tho 1 to of being the most industrious legislative penalty attached is a lino of from 5 for each person engaged in tho gimc body that ever assembled in tho state Many aro Hie expressed opinions how Tho bill wasi referred Hovcral hills were introduced to amend over that thoy can not complete their latho common school laws and all were bors within tho allotted sixty days Tiero referred to the Committee on IMucation fa enough work before tho House now Mr Steele introduced a bill which many claim to occupy all tho tlmo from provides that no person is eligible to tho now until tho day of adjournment Senator Goebel submitted a bill to day olllco of County Court Judge who is 1 that provides that any person who car- Â¬ not yet 2 years of ago and been a prac Â¬ ticing attorney for four years and a res nally knows a fcmaln under eighteen years of age shall be punished by con Â¬ ident of the county two years THE SENATE finement in the penitentiary fornot less Saturday Jan 20 Nearly all the tlmo ten nor more than twonty years than Â¬ Â¬ Tuesdayi in tho Senato most of the time in tho House was taken up by special orders Mr Dunbar introduced a bill making tho carrying of concealed deadly weapons a felony and fixing tho punishment at confinement in tho penitentiary for not less than ono year nor more than the Tho bill has about one chance in a mil- Â¬ lion of becoming a law The bill to extend tho jurisdiction of Magistrates was killed Mr Steele introduced a hill amending the game law allowing squirrels to bo killed at all times as tiioy are mich de- Â¬ structive animals on growing crops This bill is for tho benefit of tho mountain couuties where squirrels aro very num- Â¬ erous but it may bo defeated by tho Hluegross and Pennyroyal representa- Â¬ tives as gumu is scarce in those sections and tho people want it protected Mr Hardin of Meade introduced a bill repealing the act preventing the wasting of natural gus petroleum and salt water and proviilingthnt abandoned wells shall bo plugged Tho final consideration of tho Gilliam Follis contest was made a special order for Friday Both Houses voted again to day for United States Senator and Lindsay was ro elected So if last Tuesday was not the day required on which to hold this election this is and the state is on the safe side THE HOlNi Jan 10 As THE SENATE Fiiday Jan 10 Nino new bills today Tho bill allowing Circuit Court Clerks a fee of 500 in felony cases was passed Senator Goebel submitted a bill to abolish the olllco of Trustee of the Jury Fund and put this business into the hands of tho Master Commissioner Govenor Brown sent to tho Senato to day the nomination of Charles J Cecil of Hardin county to succeed Joel S Head as steward of tho Institute for tlie Feeblo Miuded Â¬ Â¬ THE HOUSE life and the next world Tho absence of light upon theso sub- Â¬ jects does not distress tho intelligent 111 Having Christ us his over Christian lasting portion and companion ho is Tho House adjourned till Monday conlident that no clement of blessedness NOTES will bo left out ofhis heavenly inherit- Â¬ This lias been a busy week ance If wo liavo received Christ as The trains to day carried more than ourSavlour if woliuvo seen him as our half tho Representatives out of the city substituto under dilvno law bearing consequently tlie attendance in the our sins in Ids own body on tho tree Houm was the smallest yet iccorded at if we have felt tho transforming power of his grnco making us now creatures this session In him if wo luivo teceied tlie spirit of ienAJ Gross tip talking of adoption and its loving confiding Friends about li i tu as u prospective candidate for children lean on his breast look up in Senator to Ms sweet benignant face and bask in Commissioner of Agriculture Gross is popular capable and has a wide his smile we icalizo that heaven is experience in practical farming which simply to bo with him forever We Whcro I am ye may bo also should qualify him for the position If aro witli him hero and now but in gives a yielding car to tlie sugge tious lie tho next lifo wo shall be with him in of ids friends the contest for Commis- Â¬ a deeper and larger sense Thero we sioner of Agriculture will become ono shall have a clearer sight of him a of exciting interest for aside from others closer communion with him and n who may enter the list it is broadly as- - moro perfect knowledge of every at sorted by those who ought to know the tribute of his being and ot every eleinside facts that Senator John W Ogil ment rf his histoiy nnd work than it to liavo in tilts life vie of MiCracken county lias a liking is possible for us where oven in our moments of high st for tlie place and has all hut said that he exaltation and rapture wo seo only will try for it Frankfort Correspond- Â¬ through n glass darkly ent Courier Journal IIKAVKN UKCIlNS PIXOIIE DEATH K M S Thero is much in our hymnology that will mislead if wo are not intelligent Wo sing of te readers of tho Bible Mrs Fannie Dignam Ml MottSt ftig to heaven when wo die as if it Now York City makes a miraculous cure weion foteign realm and in noway I owe connected with tlio present world and of her rheumatism She writes unspeakable and never to be forgotten tho present life ns if it wero n distant gratitude to Salvation Oil It madu a port to which wo set sail after tho jour ney of this lifo is over All this is miraculous euro of my rheumatism misconception Heaven is simply tho unfolding and enlargement of the lifo now htvo in which HEAVENS BEGINNING now woeverlasting lifo Christ Tho begins with and regeneration repentance mid faith MISCONCEPTIONS AND PROBACILITIES Heaven is that part of it which comes after death That will bo tho best part AS TO THE FUTURE STATE of it Lecauso then it will bo a Hie of absolute hnrmouyiuid communion with A Sermon liy ICcv II iriuitlinrne nt the Christ Unfettered by flesh nnd freed HaptUt Cliuri In Atluntn Wlnit from sin thero will bo nothing to dim Pint tlie Illlilu mill Tvucb Ulflereut tho souls vision of him whom it loves Miprcinely and nothing to picvent the Notion Thut Ireuill If I en nml pieparcn pbirofnr ou I will most intimate and perfect fellowship with him como mralii and ieeulo Jon unto nisulf that where 1 urn o limy bo also John ilv 3 Tho point I wish to emphasize is Theso wero tho comforting words that the heavenly life is n continuation It is n which Jesus spoko to his disciples just of tlie present Christian lite lifo begun not in tho nest world bnt in To thoso who before his crucifixion The kingdom hud Journeyed with him through the lids world Jesus said of heaven i within you It Is with Â¬ years of his earthly miuistiy and who in us in tlio seed form After death we had received his saving gracound expe shall liavo that kingdom within us in rienced tho blessedness of tho closest full development communion witli him lie was the dear I want When you sing to go to est object in tho universe Tho thought heaven when 1 die you give expres of separation fiom him was almost unsion to a desiro tor which thero is no It extinguished their fondendurable wan ant in tho word of Clod If yon est hopes and filled their hearts with want heaven jeui must find it before As his presence the loneliest anguish yon die Doing to heaven is simply had inado their highest joy the lobs of going to Chtifct All that constitutes it would mnko their bitterest grief To know him is to heaven is in him Knowing this loving them with tho havo eternal life Ho that believeth tendeicst affection nnd moved with the on the Son hath everlasting life That profoundvst pity for their sonow he lifo is a present possession Tho presassured them that ho would provide for ent enjoymciitof it is imperfect only tho gratification of their supremo do because immeasurable difliCultks ren I will come again and receive siro der present communion with Christ I tun yc you unto myself that wheio imperfect Wo taste heaven now us wo may bo also seo Jesus through a ghu s darkly Ah imprehsivo feature of divino reveAfter death when wo see him as ho lation is tho luck of particularity in is nnd wo Ehall have face to face It gives heaven in all of its ineffable fullness reference to the future state us only tho outiiucsof tliegieat unseen and glory It assures us that another and tin end Iain quite familiar with tho objecless stato of being will succeed tho prestions that havo been mged against this ent It teaches us that on tho tlneshold view It is claimed that wo confine of that other life thero is u judgment c lcstiul eujoymentu to a comparatively and that in that judgment thero is a narrow mngo when wo suy that heaven separation of tlio lighteous from the is simply to bo with Chtist tmd love wicked tho former going away into him and pi also him Mr Beechfrwos everlasting blessednuhs and the latter rjuito rcbelloun at the idea thut heaven into everlasting punishment It tells is a place wlieto Ucd in tho puson of us that tho presence mid lovo of Christ Chribt sits upon a visible throne and will mnko tho eternal felicity of one requires hif niriiads of saints nnd an class and the ubsenco of it the eternal gels to spoil A eternity s nging songs and wretchedness of tho other Theso aro blowing trumpots to his praise Ho tho eternal verities which revelation thought thero would bo a veiy wcari has placed beyond tho realm of doubt somo monotony in such n service Tho Theso uro tho out and speculation Scrip tnrcH do not support liny such view lines of tho world to como As to what of heaven and I do not know of any lies between tlieni wo aro nt liberty to intelligent Cinistian who holds to the exerciho our reason mid imagination conception which Mr Ueecher bo vigortiik Mal IIIUVKV ously lepudiated Men who not only believe heaven to IT WILL NOT DUSTKOY OCIl IDENTITY bo n reality but cherish the hope that Tlie Diblo doesuot teach thut tho it will bo their final and eternal homo solitary occupation of the rodeemed in can scarcely avoid dibcussing many heaven will bo singing songs and blow Â¬ questions about it upon which revelaing trumpets to the pruiso of God The tion is silent They desiro to know man who believes that it does is n crazy where heaven is Is it one of tho larliterallst In revealing to us tho real ger planets of our solar system Is it in ities of tho futuro lifo tho inspiicd the dim furoff milky wuy Or is it tho writers were compelled to uso imagery gieat central orb of tho mil verso Tiioy figures of speech In no other way desiro to know what heaven is What could they glvo us an iden tif superscn docs it look like What object within stums and divino things Their picto tho rangoof mottnl ken does it resemble rial representations of tho futuro stuti What shall wo do in heaven What un of tho redeemed wero meant to teach us dertakings shall engage our enlarged that tho worship of God thero as hero and unfettered faculties What will is the highest and most satisfying ao como in to satisfy our desiro and need of the human soul of activity when wo are forover beyond Whcro is it that our souls nro in tho realm of earthly pursuits With closest touch with God Whcro is it whom shall wo keep company thero that wo aro tho most contcious of tho What language shall we speak What divinity within us Whero is it that music shall wo sing What raiment our spiritual faculties experience tho shall wo wear How much of what wo best illumination and tho highest nnd know and feel and enjoy in this lifo sweotest exaltation Whero is It that can wo carry over into thnt other lifo heaven comes down tho soul to greet Wo cannot tuko our houses and lands and glory crowns the mercy seat It and money Our sensuous pleasures is whero wo worship God in spirit our social distinctions and our political and in truth It is in tho secret cham ofllces and honors must bo left behind ber of prayer whcro wo speak to God and God speaks to us in tho still small voicoof his spirit It isnlso n Iiisfioly tomplo whero every faculty of tho soul is lifted up aud enraptured by tlio in Â¬ Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria spirations of sacred music anil tho con eocrated spot on which wo stand is trans- Â¬ formed into a Mount of Transfiguration When Caby tra alck wo give her Cutorla Now think of theso blessed experi- Â¬ When alio wot Child the cried fur Cutorla ences multiplied and intensified a thou Â¬ When tho became Was tho clung to CoatorU sandfold and you will at least ap When ihe hid Children the gave them Out or U proximate a right conception of tho sublimity and tho satisfying rapturo of I heavenly worship Out in that better Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Saturday Jan 20 Tho bill prescrlb inga penalty on practicing plijsicians for driiukedmss was tabled and tho chances are that it will never revive The bill to reduce tho Governors salary by 500 was reported without an expression of opinion and on motion it was recommitted The bill to relmbiirsa tho Columbian Clubs of Kentucky for furnishing tho Kentucky Parlor at tlie Worlds Fair was refused a llnal rea ling Mr Vances lull to facilitate practice in the Court of Appeals was madu n special order for Wednesdiy January Dressing prevents tlio hair from falling out or turning gray The best Hut may wo carry with its tho Inno- Â¬ cent loves and puro friendships which wo vlifiish here Will the genius nnd knowledge and skill of tho painter nnd of the musician and of tho poet and of tho orator bo trmisfcried to tho nest lifo wo Shall do moro than speak aim sing Gods praise Death will not destroy our identity Wo shall bo the samo beings In tho next Wo shall world that wo nro in this have thfsiuiie intellectual andeplrituiil faculties nnd when tlicso faculties nro exulted mid expended us they doubtless will ho ofter they eeaao to bo fettered Ly their earthly environment wtt shall engage in loftier mid moro diversified employments than have ever oc cupied us here Complete absorption of a mans faculties In tho servico of Chtist in this lifo docs not restiict his cuergirs or render his movements mo notonous Whoso faculitcs wero moro thoroughly concentrated and riveted upon n single nbjeet than William Ca reys tho consecrated cobbler when ho undertook tho work of converting In dia to the faith of tho gospel Of k1 the men who havo lived in tho nineteenth century 1 know not ono whoso lifo was less restricted than Careys Thero is nothing thut so quickens ex pands and exalts a mans mind and nothing that gives such amplitude variety and power to his life ns tho inspi ration of that grandest nffection culled tho lovo of Christ Now if thero arc such range and variety of activity to be found in tho scrvico of Christ on earth how much vaster tho rango and greater tho variety In the samo scrvico contin ued in heaven whero tho ficldis infin itely broader and grander nnd every object from tho beauty of tho crystal seat to tho majestic gloty which crowns tho Saviour s brow flies the redeemed soul with tlio loltiest aspirations l Tho tiovico in Dihlo study is apt to bo confused by the variety of tho image ry which is employed to tot before us tho felicity of tlio celestinl world Ho is npt to bo ctinftisetl especially by tlio fact that tho images used for this purpose if taken in n natural jenso nro qutto incompatible witli each other In tho ono place heaven is pictured us n great city witli high walls In another place it Is an open country with trers and streams of water a country re Â¬ sembling the land which Goel gave to tlio ancient Israelites Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ for Hie The llett Short Lcat Money DOUGL S3 m SB SHOE 1 4 nnd S3 Shoo 3 So 2 for Worklrmml 250 832 and 175 for Boys GO PolICO 8300 Dross SH LADIES it lln nfTora vnn W T noc nt n rciitiml pi or Knya no linn t hem J out mo nnmo iti on Lit outturn tiiif down nBanv t 3 250 2 eiAnvmv MB MISS 19 W4ft AI AQ Klinp ore Btvlll I A Iv- fllllnrr nn1 t u u 0 f njim4lcwl Irt n Ia lib 1 ttna mane T1 ly unc lilir HIIU tf1 ii ftn j itu Hn1a liidbiiuii nl lla liiv lit ft jjuugias- name anu price on tlie ootte vinccu ine stamping otv their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who 1 ealers who push the sale of W L Douglas Shoes gain customers whl Increase the sales on their full line of gooils Tlmjr enn nffonl to ielt at a nml wo bellerfl you can to money by buying nit your font wen r or tli ilp Used belo Cataloguo froo upon application IV X DOUdLAS UrocUton tm Mlt nmirl uuvv 1 1 1 l - W H BOWMER SON OLOVERPORT I Th Christian woman wasting nwny tinder a long mid painful illness pointed with skeleton hand to tho sky and said Thero I shall bo well A DESini AND A IIOPK 4np ftppneitioa or 4 memi - WAYNES OINTMENTi with out kintaieinfl fcOMK DOUUTS DISPELLED There uro no discords and divisions Why in heaven Because Christ is love nnd all beings thero take their law and temper from him Nothing that deflluth or lmiketh a Ho can enter heaven Why Beciuibo hu is thogutc keepcr and ho is puro and true in heaven herd will bo no sickness no euro and sorrow tor nny thing no blight Â¬ ed hopes no disappointment nounxions forelooking no fear no wounded affec Â¬ tions no heartaches no remorse na un satisfied longing Why Because Christ is there and in his presence there is Wo have enough in fullness of joy liming him Wo shall bo satisfied when Wt owako in his likeness This view of thosnljrcl disposes of all 3Uh questions ns How can I bo happy in heaven if I tuko with me thero tho memory of my own wrong Â¬ doings uud of the cares nnd struggles nnd griefs ol loved ones lett behind mo or How cun I bo happy thero and know that an impassublo gulf separates me forover ftom my father or my All mother or my wife or my child such problems will dissolve und elistip peur in tho incflublc light of Christs visible presence To huvo Christ as our evti lasting portion is to huvo every clement of happiness This doctriuo makes largo rcom for tho differing notions that men huvo about heaven and their differing de Â¬ grees of sensibility to the next world I find somo Christians who have such constant and blessed fellowship with Jo sns here and who uro so busy with tho Christian duties of this life that they aro but little inclined to think about heaven The most godly active hum- Â¬ ble self denying Christiun that I know today is a woman who during an in- Â¬ timate acquaintance of many years has scarcely spoken to mo about what is to Sho o enjoys the como after death Master here and mind and hands and heart aro so const intly und earnestly engaged in his work in this lower world that sho has but little opportunity or inclination to think of wliat her stuto will bo in iho werid above Other true and faithful Christians derive most of their comfort and huppiness nnd most of their inspiration for duty from thinking of tho glory thut shall bo re vealed to them when mortality is swallowed up of life and their feet tread tho crystal pavement of the eternal city Soino of Gods peoplo cling to ono as pect of the heavenly stato and somo to another What fcaturo is most picas- imr inspiring nnd comforting to us Is determined lutgely by our present temperament condition nnd environment If a believer is having a lifelong strug gle with poverty it will bo a sweet consolation to him to think of an eter- Â¬ nal residence in a country of plenty and whero ho will never again havo to grapplo with such questions as What What shull I drink and shall 1 eat A wherewithal shall I bo clothed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jsiiBi3iiSE2ESaSSSasaSS3aSfiiatSSfii6 Cures La Grippe Royal Germetuer is the Iova ueraieuer n i Southey was wont to speak of heaven ns tho homo of sanctified genius where gifted spirits hold exalted fellowship Ho lunged to seo and converso with Tho Bhakcspeate Danto and Chaucer ruling ampliation of John Foster wits to explore the secrets of tho spiritual tlni verse His subliino soul was rcstivo under tho limitations of tho present lite It was like n courser panting to leap tho banler liko an caglo drugging at its chain beating tho burs of its prison and longing to soar ubovo tlio clouds Ho thought of heaven as a place that will give fico and ample scopo to his truth seeking nnd wonder loving spirit Tako tho Christian to whom homo and family nro very dear und who when far away inn strange land or on n trou bled sea is accustomed to sit alone in tho twilight nnd sing Home home sweet sweet homel Uo it ever so huni blo thems no placo like homel and you will find that his fondest coucep tion of heaven is thut it is tor thoso who havo been exiles strnngeis nnd pil grims here a homo of infinito rest God has planted in my own breast an almost boundless admiration for hero Â¬ My ism especially moral heroism favorite study has been tho biographies of hetoes In selecting men to bo my companions I look first for courage courugo to know nnd speak and act tho trnth In a world of trimmcis and timo scrveis arid placo ccekers nnd moral Cowards my heart bounds with ecstatic joy when 1 find a mini who holds himself immeasurably ubovo the dastardly principlo that wo must do Having in Romo what Iloniirua do this intense admiration for courngo and this passionate fondness for Liuveincii it is a feast to my soul to think of heav en as tho gathering placo of Uods heroes And tiointelligent Christian can read tho eleventh chapter of Hebrews ond Johns description of tho glorififd martyrs without admitting that this conception is true I want to seo bravo old Noah who for more than 100 years withstood tho ridicule of tho whole world I want to seo Moses who had tho sublimo courugo to step down from tho wealth and splendor nnd power of a prince an heir apparent to tho throno of Egypt and identify himself with tho afUicted nnd enslaved peoplo of God 1 want to seo thoso apostles who when sentenced to bo whipped and threat- Â¬ ened with death stood beforo tho court Wo which condemned them and said 1 will obey God rather than men want to seo Paul whom neither bonds nor imprisonments nor stripes nor tho fury of mobs nor the wrath of kings could conquer 1 want to st Polycurp who could not bo constrained oven by 1 tho torture of flames to deny Christ want to seo Martin Luther who taced tho wicked vengcanco of papal Romo I want to seo the without a ttemor old Bedford Baptist John Buiiynn who would lio in jail till moss grew over his eyebrows beforo ho would surrender his right to preach tho gospel without tho liconso of tlio king Nolther man nor angel could depict tho rapturo thut will fill my soul if through Gods mercy I shall be per mitled to sit down in tho kingdom of heaven and look into the faces of such men Bnt my admiration for theno heroes will not blind mo to tho fact that it was Christ in them that inado them bravo and faithful unto death They wero conquerots through him and all tho glory of their achievements will merge into tho imperishable glojy that encircles his brow lu thnt best abode Christ is all and in all Without his presence nothing there could render us happy It is tho light radiating from his faco that makes all tho beauty and nil tho bliss of heaven Blessed Bavicurl Giver of all goodl Thou art of all thy gifts thyself tho crown Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HMDI th raptloni en tfc tlUldl B6M All- - ttmtA rlhi ik in whltknA h1lh J Don 07 arirfiiM or mm f mtn rorboeti AdJrril gATii k Botr MUdjpH r iik jour drijilii i tr aaj InMral nrcf ut I m tor W Dr J L Moorma Resident Dentis OLOVERPORT KY Officii Willi I kinds of Dental work dt10 nnd utlJ taction nuiruntccl ml or lr fiiT II J T Owen llrllir in i Louisville St Louis Texas RJ Co TIME SCHEDULE At 600 oclck M 3STO H 22 TukliiK Hffrcl A luaday Dec 17 S5 3 Hm Hound Train Kail Hound Tram axpr Pall 6 6 7 7 7 7 Mall Uxprt STATIONS Mull At Kxpra Kxpr till 7 45UH 8 JO 8 40 8 43 9 TO 9 07 8 04 6i 30pm 45 2 30 47 IvUnn ntar 12 45lir Kentucky St 1210 Wcttloint lllUiin Urandcnburif Kkron Guston lall Dally 8 8 15 7 35 I 3jnJ I 813 8 8 8 917 9 26 9 31 9 45 Howard Hock Haven LonKllranch Irvington 1147 1132 1124 11 11 3d 7 14 7 07 111 7 21 30 38 1USU 1U6U 6 48 t III 658 v 845 8 6T UIA 954 111 10 10 10 811 914 917 9 2S 1014 20 28 1031 1030 10 50 10 5J 111 llerce btiuplc Stephcnsport Holt Clovtrport Haweavllle letrle Falcon Shops SMIlman Cayce Addison Wehnter Iodlbur- - lull lOKI 10 630 614 567 552 640 6U1 i5 1020 1011 1016 10 01 5 45 931 961 10 10 10 10 918 922 914 9 4J 02 07 12 1018 9 4J 9 31 9 08 9 CI 8 58 8 40 8 25 A2U 621 4 4 4 6l Si 1116 1124 1130 1134 1140 6 09 to 45 j Ki O - 1048 10 5 J 1109 1114 1119 1125 1133 1145 Mini 1212pm 11 12 22 1233 1238 12 42 1250 1247 Owensbnro Griffith Iewfport Iowcrt Iatea Mattlngly 4 4 4 31 4 20 815 8 02 7 51 7 43 7 35 4U8 4 00 108 1163pm 114 12101m 130pm arHendertn h Stanley Worthlngton Itcada Snottiville liaaketta 764 347 341 317 727 310 719 310 7 05itn 263pu 30 323i LoufsviHeJIadinsburg Mo Western TAKING No5 3 TIME TADLE 11 1891 EFFECT JULY A West Hound Triln Kast Hound Daily Dailj Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun No 1 HCXhm 1110 11 f 5ini 1212 12 48 11KJ 1 1H Iv Irvlngton Ar llarned HardiniburR Kirk Jollv ar Kailstough Rock vale Glendeanc Dempster Iv Garfield ex Sun No 2 No f 9 30iin 8 70 8 JO Train Dally 7 40 710 125 145 2 20 70 640 6 JO 232 rtuth 241 Asklns 269 Oaka 330pm ArFnrdsvillcIx THE LOUISVILLE I E 50 618 5 37 610 5 00 4 45am ST LOUISAIH LINE AST SHORTEST QUICKEST Lll H St AND WEST LINK TO Louis AND West ard South West Time Card in Sffect July 31 1892 Lt Louisville 805 am 825 pin4Jy pm Arr St Louli ML POINTS Evansville 720 pm 45 a m Kvanivllle It20 10i0pm For further Information call on or addrsn RA CAMPBELL J B CAMPBELL D S enl Vana Agt P W St Louis Mo City Tioket Office St Louisville Ky Louisville Ky Cor Third AMaln Itov T C Iclolinrt Xo lv Yorlt writes A corn on tlio too Isti thorn In tho flesh which C CÂ¬ C Certain Corn Cure most mercifully removes THE BEST TYPE WRITER Deetls Mortgages aud all legal instru- Â¬ The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Ii a paper goluy ten page tight column Democrat Newi It contaloi tie beat of everything IUnby Wattkbiok la the Editor Tf Lit Grlpro is again in the land claiming thousands of victims every day Meet the enemy when he first attacks you - Prlco 100 a Year - - thing with which to fight the monster Stay in the house and take teaspoonful of Iloyal Germetuer In a teacup of hot wa- Â¬ ter every hour a 111 t lu sugar makes it pleasant as lemonade It will reduce the fever and stop the pain qulnker than any other remedy uud no doubt save you weeks of agony and loss of tune Thousands have tried it and praise Its virtues Control Couch with dermc tuer Cough Syrup Keep bowels open with der metuer Pills ments drawn and copying dono in the best style V G Babbnge Atty Kv The Wkkkly Courier Jouatut mokei very liberal terms to agenti and glvea Jiye pre Â¬ mium for cluba Sample eopiea oftfie ape and four jnge Premium Supplement lent free to any addreii Write to IlAitniNsiiuita Courier - Journal Company THE BREOKENRIDGE AID 1IIK iodisvimi KV NEWS 2 Taken Up As Astrrvv A small buy mare ahout ij liimN hluh pml about four yrtr old IUi sadillr marks or Maracmiiv tu my liouic niar llulltiiwn on the nlht ot December jut Owiai ran have same by pnlnif me for inv trouble iiid V 11 WR1 I1INOTON this aitvcrllMinent MattinKly ImcK Weekly Courier in Will bo taut one year to any addreaa for Addroie JN0 D 1UII1MOK Journal 00 Clovtrport Ky I0Ky J D BRASHEAR TABL BUCKEYE Kings Royal Germetuer JVTffAMTA OA pur BSSaUilMafMl Co TOBACCO BUYER Long Brick House paid on receipt of price by us 163 bottle Itoyal Gerntetiiur six for 300 Germetuer Tills CO In vialSo Germetuer Co tub Syrup 50o gggagsgu Geriuetiicrltttmodlosforsaleuy Druggists or will bo sent pre 0INTMENT CURWOTHiMQBUTPILK A TnttnA CLQVIiRPORT KY Desires to seo all tho tobacco of this ant surrounding country furmera SURE and CERTAIN CURP Known for 10 yaurs as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES 1 KIClliHWOI tBlfl fM T fan HI I 4 HHIHIfPPpfpsPW ffWM l mi I M WW Ilf H HHMHMHMiMMMMHHMH VffBnnJ TM fcHtSjfrll 7 THEl BRRGKRNRIDGR Carlton Overton has a position at the Of tlie Comllllon of the depot- NRS GLxOYRRPORT KY - FELLOW CITIZENS Breckinridge iNCiiniUHATrli Bank Knits lettuce cabbage and sweet pota Â¬ new on the toes and every tiling el IP - l A o8- t r X X market Sulrers Wo Rlso to Romark That Thoro aro In the turmoil of schemes our store At the elo of llutlness December yth ijl a Groat Many Moro Nico 6tamls out boldly as a guiding light to AS5M8 Clover Candidates bargain seekers Suhers f Ij5 t4 Nnttinmtlllllidiiifnnnieil jth no Jus II I ny has rriited his house ami Itkliitei mill Iurn lute m i Hanking Illume lnt J lldiUln Suit iWI 71 lot tu this city to J A ISoyd mid will re Â¬ ft nt Irnteit Arrnunt S 7 Soliciting Your Suffrago for County llrtlrilli move to the country to make a crop lion M4 64 Hanks JS Due frnm syj Tlio excitement in our cloak depart Â¬ Offices in Tho Coming Specie unit Currency 7J4 0 ment by tho unusual low prices will con- Â¬ Campaign f Jiojjri 07 tinue this week Sulzers flAIMIlTIKH I 4Sim no Ciipltal Stock It is n uotieable fact that candidates Surrlii IliniU Sf who nro making tho best impressions It Is With Pleasure That We Intr Imllvlilril Profit vA 1iind liiinr Tnxei iHl among the people aro those who ara DMilcml No vi xrccnt declared duce These Good Men to The 1804 1 this day being fitted out by Sulzers the Diictnllankn JJ no Dear Voters for all mankind linllvliltiil Prpoill ciiMaS Certificates orncimslt 81115 0 Mr W L Mills of the auditors oillco M074 iiojjo 07 has been appointed agent of the Texas RECOGNIZE THEIR BOWS A II Skillman Cmhler January ut lSo at Owensboro Mr Mills is ono of tho oldest employes of tho road and a splen Â¬ Breckenridge Kews did young man IIo deserves promo- Â¬ Emiiuv William R Embry of Clover tion port is a candidate for jailer subject to WEDNESDAY JANUARY LM 1804 Mrs Walker Board and Mrs Will the action of tho Democratic party Mr Head went to Corydon Ky on Tuesday Embry is nn honest mechanic n hard LOCAL BREVITIES the 23 rd to bo present lit tho marriage working man and a good Democrat on Wednesday of Willie Me Cox son of Ho is a worthy man canablo of filling Lent begins Feb 7th J P Cox and grandson of Rev Win the office satisfactorily nnd votes for him Milt Miller of Sample wns in the city Head will bo worthily bestowed yesterday passed down Sun- Â¬ The Longfellow Miss Melinla Greenwell of Mooley Lyons Peter Lyons of tho Stephens day morning bound for Memphis This vllle is visiting in the city is not a new boat but the old U P port precinct also clambers for the place Hen Haynes untl family visited rela- Â¬ Schcnk with a new name The Schenk of jailer subject to tho action of tho vos the last of the Cincinnati and New Democratic party tives at IInwcsvillo last week Mr Lyons is n gentlemnnly farmer a good man and n Engineer George Oreer and wife have Orleans packets His cleverness Manager Ferry of tho Clovcrport Brick stick tight Democrat taken board at Mrs Pat Fahcys Vaccination is being enforced in Plant says he is now negotiating with socibility nnd liberality aro fully recog Â¬ nized by his acquaintences and he would Owensboro by un order from the Mayor parties who want 0000000 brick and ho thinks there will bo no trouble about make a strong addition to tho Democrat Â¬ Mrs It U Iierco was qnlto sick last his getting the order Hq says there ic tieket week but is now able to be up and will be a big demand for brick this sea Â¬ about Moiiton In tliis issue we announce son and the plants hero will be likely to Mis3 Loreria Hawkins of Lellebfield J Scott Morton of Rock Lick as a can sell all they can make Â¬ Ky is the guest of Mr and Mrs BeneCannel coal jewelry is getting to be didate for jailer subject to tho action of dict Bcnvin the fad of the city In no other city in tho Democratic party Here wo liavo a Beautiful fresh rolls that melt in your tho world can it bo worn more appropriman that can bo depended upon under mouth warm nnd fresh every day at the ately and Cloverpdrters should be proud any and all circumstances Surrounded city Bakery to wear it It is almost as precious as di- Â¬ by Republican intluences he has stood as Over in Ohio county there aro sixteen amonds and we have the richest bank firm os the pioverbial rock of ages nnd always cast his ballot for tho standard Democratic candidates for jailer and ten of it yet discovered in the world bearers of Democracy Ho is n clever for Assessor Tho old Clifton Mill is advertised for Born to tho Mifo of Warfleld Hendieks sale iu another column The mill is iu gentleman and should receive a respect- Â¬ a nino pounder Its a boy Tuesday good repair and situated in a good coun- Â¬ ful consideration from his party Jan til 1881 try It can be bought at a bargain and MumiAY The of announcement Mr James Hendiiuk and little grand- Â¬ satisfactory reasons given for selling son Frank Miller of Stephensport were Tho mill is doing a good business Judge John Allon Murray for County Power costs comparatively nothing as it Judge appears this week Mr Murray in town Friday is a candidate subject to the action of Peter Lyons of Stephensport was in is run by water for publication this week we the Democratic party IIo needs no inpros- Â¬ Too late the city Monday looking after his have received a letter of warning and troduction to tho people of Breckenridge pects for jailer advico to school trustees from Ed Porter county His familiar faco is known in Foster McKaughan of Stephenspoit every village nnd hamlet nnd his legal city Satur- Â¬ Thompson Superintendent of Public was visiting relatives in this in regard to purchasing knowledge is recognized by not only Instruction day and Sunday The pcoplo aro being every citizen of Breckenridge county but school aparatus Mrs J D Wilson aud son Eddie aro He is imposed upon by unscrupulous by tho sages of tho stato as well visiting Mrs Wilsons brother Mr Milt- Â¬ greatly Wait till a high toned gentleman and his nomina- Â¬ and unprincipled agents on Tate at Kirk you see this letter beforo yoa buy It tion would reflect credit upon his party Wo will until Feb 1st 91 sell solid sil- Â¬ will bo published next week ver spoons at co3t come in and find Rickakdson We aro authorized to BUSINESS FALLS OFF them at DHuys announce It C Richardson of Union Mr and Mrs Tlios Lewis visited at Star as a candidate for County Court Mr nnd Mrs John Uliodes near Hard Attilla Cox Reports the Affairs of the Clerk subject to the action of tho Demo- Â¬ insburg last Sunday cratic party Mr Bichaidson is a young Texas Eiad to the U S Court Mr Henry IUiodcs who has been visit Â¬ man well known in Democratic circles ing relatives in this county returned Attilla Cox receiver of tho Louisville having been n hard worker for tho suc- Â¬ home to Iowa last Friday St Louis Texas railroad this morning cess of tho party since tho days beforo W I Bamsey arrived at home last submitted in the United States court his he could cost a legal vote himself He is week from Louisville with health much reports for the month of August Sept talented and industrious and as a improved though not yet a well man emberand Ocfober 1853 The receiver hustler ho can glvo many persous three Miss Laura London who has been vis-Â¬ states that owing to tho hard times the points in tho deal and then outstrip them iting relatives in Owensboro and at oth- Â¬ receipts have fallen off largely and tho in tho race His qualifications aro uner points returned home last Saturday payments for maintenance of tho road questioned and his nomination would bo an infusion of now blood that would Why worry about making your own have been large because tho condition add strength to tho ticket With Carlt when you can get it warm and required it by laying new ties and un Â¬ bread as a candidate the party could confident- Â¬ S fresh from your City Bakery every day der tho agreement with tho C O W the road had to pay its share of the ly expect that every piece of shrubbery One houso and lot for sale on the Hill expenso in improving the line between in tho county that might contain a voter Lot COxUOO price SS0O0O Address hid away in its branches would receive Â¬ J M Bell Clovcrport Ky Louisville and West Point Under a pre- a good oscillation was to pay 80 vious order tho receiver Mr W N Burch who has been repre- Â¬ per cont of tho net earnings pro rata to senting tho American Book Co here for Miller Jesso II Miller of Clover tho employes and the supplies to the Â¬ several weeks left Tuesday for New Orroad There aro no wages duo except for port offers himself as a candidate for leans the month of July which originally County Court Clerk subject to the action Galen Barbee tho genial manager of amounted to 18000 but this has been of the Democratic party Mr Miller is a tho White Uagrestaurant gave an oys- Â¬ reduced to 11000 The failure to pay young man of good moral character and ter fry to a number of his friends last oraployes this old debt is causing dissat- Â¬ good education His qualifications can Friday night isfaction and tho men may quit causiug not bo questioned und his record as n Democrat is beyond roproach always Mr Ainel Oelzo after a ten weeks much inconvenience siege with neuralgia of the sciatic nerve theieforo recommends that having been n good workor Should hu Tho receiver be so fortunate as to secure tho nomina- Â¬ was able to be out on tho street yester Â¬ ho be allowed to pay offthelndebtebness though without prej- Â¬ tion ho will make it hot for his Repub- Â¬ day for tho first time to employes first lican opponent and reflect credit upon All kinds of goods in my line at cost udice to tho lien of the supply men who the Democratic party as an officer In- Â¬ have generally ample means aud can until Feb 1st to reduce stock before voicing now is tho time to securo bar Â¬ wait lor their monoy Bkabd With this issuo Taylor Beard The court this morning issued an order gains at F N DHuys approving this recomendation of tho re- Â¬ of Hardinsburg is publicly announced as A chip off tho Worlds Fair passed of tho receiver show a candidate for County Court Clerk sub- Â¬ through tho city ono day last week It ceiver Tho reports gross earnings were ject to the action of the Republican con- Â¬ consisted of four Italians with bagpipes that in August tho 32405 28 and tho net earnings 10404 30 vention February 12 Mr Beard is n and dancing monkeys influential Republican For September gross earnings 37038 48 well known Bring iu your silver dollars halves and not For October Gross hardly needing an introduction by us 22002 07 quarters and put them on tho scales I earnings 39103 59 j net 10593 50 At He has been a merchant at Hardinsburg will glvo you their weight In bllvor tho end ot October thero was 34009 59 r for many years IIo is a good man a spoons F N DHuy cosh on hand paid for supplies dining perfect gontleman well qualified for tho Chris Burch of Henderson was in tho tho threo past months 10757 29 j duo position to which ho aspires aud his city Thursday He was on his way to from foroign lines 3027 81 othor ac- Â¬ nomination would not show bad judg Mooloyvillo to visit his old homo Ho counts 10200 duo from other sources ment on tho part of his party took tho packet for Concordia 10455 24 4407 70 duo from ngonts Gaiineu Henry O Garnor of Hud33 27 Gon Jomes B Weaver of Iowa tho paymasters account balance two times defeated Presidential candi- Â¬ Thero has been paid out on balances son with Ludwell Adklssou of Stephens date was a passenger oh the west bound Wages and supplies 39038 01 traffic port and Itobert Owen of Rock Yale as train last Wednesday night enrouto to balances 183 03 on car trust account deputies is a candidate for Assessor 3055 11 fix subject to tho action of tho Democratic 7721 00 on improvement Owensboro Mr Thomas Bohlor who mdyed from ed charges 1129 Tho amount duo for- Â¬ party Mr Garnor is the man who here to Owensboro last fall is preparing eign lines on traffic balances Is 13100 swept his side of the county four years The ago as a doputy under Cashman Ho is a to move back to his old homo Mr Boh 70 account payable 33036 59 ho does not like Owensboro receipts to dato are cash and supplies popular man and will add much strength ler says that to the Democratic ticket His deputies 33429 89 not earnings to date aro 33 A little bit are also efficient as good men as could Wo call the attention of our readers to 550 23 Louisville Post have been secured in their sections Not another our Frankfort column TUCKERS FLAT This ticket as yet has no opposition In paper in tho Htato gives the Leg Â¬ weekly islative news as completo as does tho Mr Gid Bobbins visited relatives here Democratic circles and it will mop up tho earth with any Republicans that may Sunday BnKCKENiunau News Quite a crowd- - attended church liero oppose it Payne Co are replostering tho ceil ings and walls in tho third story of their Sunday Bishop Leo Bishop candidate for There Is going to be a wedding in our business houso The sinking of the roof midst soon Jailer Is not now city marshal of Hard Â¬ had caused tho plastering to fall and new Thero will bo prayer mooting hero insburg as wo had it last week but is braces had to bo placod noxt Sunday Constable of the Hardinsburg Magisterial Tliis weok our groat special toa salo Rev Snead filled his regular appoint- Â¬ District But all tho same he is a good the like never before ask about it Sul ment hero Sunday Hko to bo Jailer Mrs Joo Dasham has been quite sick man and would iters is much better S No 2 try a but P S dont forget Thero Is aro great many dono striping Tatk Wo nro authorized to announco package P S No 3 you will Hko it tobacco this season Milton M Tate of Hardinsburg as a Leo Vandergrift of Roberts bottom Mr Bill Bashatn visited Mlsa Ludia candidate for Jailor subjoct to the action who reccutly moved thoro from this city Asklns Sunday as usual of tho Democratic party Mr Tuto is a was in towu Friday straightening up his Mr Marker Newton of Hardinsburg clever gentleman living near Kirk Sta- Â¬ Mr Vander attend church hero Sunday business affairs hero is grlitt is well pleased with his new homo Mr M Blatn of Stephensport visited tion and he all that a Democrat could wish to vote for His Democracy is un Â¬ his brother Mr Tom Blaln Sunday irxOVH ItACK A Oil JJ Mr and Mrs Peter Maoy and family challenged having always been true to Or you ate ll worn out really tool far nothing it U general debility Try A vote for him will be spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wash his convictions linllfVUI wutiv IllTTKHX nothing that can ever be regretted lkiaouMimrir9iayfUppelt BaU Hlekerson Of Clovcrport Ky REDFR ONT HALL See That Fist Monday Night January 29th Will give Gilbert 88 I Cloverport Dramatic Co Its A EBIFk m It Shows the Way To out-fit-te- The C W Moorman Jr l Mikado M Sullivans Comic Opern FredUtting Miss Mabel White Manager nnd Musical Director Stago Director Accompanist Helping Hand that Guides To bcxav vrYi m m Doors open 730 I Curtain rises 8 P M Admission 25 cents TOBACCO MARKET Reserved Seals 35 cents TOBINSPORT Health is quite good hero now Clins F Milburn lias gone to OwensÂ¬ Souls on salo at the Hull V Tho Wood is Looking Up and Prices boro Class meets at the Methodist church Aro Ranging Much Bottor on Sunday nights Just Now Soft Weather Causes Farmers to Get a Move on Thera and Large Crops Are Going to Market The Ixmisville leaf tobacco market lust was better than for several pr Â¬ eceding weeks Tho Biirley market was active and tho prices paid for the 1891 crop were satis factory to sellers except In very low grades Any thing over S was likely to Owing to tho go up to outside figures Boft weather tho receipts and offerings wvro greatly in excess of previous weeks and tho largo liceipts aie expected to continue tliis week Dark tobacco is dull very little being offered at public sale The old crop of Hurley is selling nt good figures nnd the market Is very active There were several hogsheads of Breck enridgo nnd Meado county new Hurley sold last week anil tho prices for trash lugs and leaf ranged all the way from 50 to in Quotations for Hurley crop of 1893 me mado as follows 3 to Common Lugs Trash - to Good Lugs tu 4 Medium Lugs 0 to 9 Common Leaf 850 to 1050 Medium Leaf 1050 to 13 Good Leaf week Â¬ 1 Because mm m m nm iSSjStafcS wzn n t Tim i V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 13tolS V Â¬ V Toincco in CLovEitPoirr What the buyers and tho fanners had long been waiting for a good tobacco Not for years season has come nt last has tho tobacco business been as netivo in Clovcrport as it has been for the last two weeks Hundreds of wagon loads have been weighed nt the big Cloverport factories and the business is now wear Â¬ This ing nn old time appearance tobacco camo from Bteckenridge Hancock Ohio and Daviess counties It had been bought by our tobacco merchnnts several weeks ago and the farmers were only waiting for this opportunity to de- Â¬ liver their product It is now pouring in hero constantly day and night soino Singers and publicspcnkcrsfiud Ayers coming so far that they do not reach tho Cherry Pectoral invaluable It never city till nearly mid night fails to cleanse the throat and strength All this indicates that good and pros en the voice perous times are not coming in tho near FOR SALE future but they aro right hero on us I will sella lot of line White Oak Tlmlnr or being my entire firm aTtf acrci of well watered well Thousands of dollnrs aro now timbered anil well lenced land load dwelling paid out weekly to tho farmers right good tohaccahtrn good stock barn and a tine nil tho young orchard here nnd wo nro not getting J II SMART Cloverport Ky tobacco by a long shot The farmers all have money or something to sell which Sliorlff s Sale for Taxos is equivalent to a fair sized stack of Ily virtue of Tnxea dus tho Commonwealth daddier and all that is necessary now of Kentucky and tho County of Urcckenrldge This will fur the yean 1883 lBBil 1890 SI 01 and is a restoration of confidence 93 by the follonloR named parties and for soon como about if a littlo moro life and the ears designated wo wilt proceed to soil j activity wcro shown in business circles for cash In hand on Monday February 12th Thu putting oil of this present crop of 18JI at the Court Houso door In Hardinsburg Ky tho following described property or a tobacco is scattering lots of monoy lufltclont ntnount thereof to pay the leveral people nro en- Â¬ amounts of taxes and cots through tho country and of lot couraged to bo a littlo moro libornl in Den luthrle Ky ColK onoDeed near liar dlmburg Hook 45 See unprecedented their expenditures The page 103 tax for the years 1891 1892 1893 Amount tax and coat 1200 fino winter weather has given tho fnrin Mrs Susan M Cox one lottn Hardinsera a chanco to work nnd tho outlook is See Docd Hook 30 psge Ky burg very flattering for u largo crop iu 1811 141 Ux for the years 1891 1892 and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wes Steele was over from Cloverport to chinch Sunday Elder It T Hriiner preached hero Sat unlay and Sunday Prayer meeting nt the Haptist church every Sunday night Your correspondent has been out on a scout for tho last few days This unusual warm winter lias pro Â¬ duced n full crap of candidates The Hessian lly is injuring nil the early sowing of wheat in these bottoms A meeting of boveral days will begin at thu Baptist church in next month 1 was soiry to hear of tho death ot our fiieud Robt Smith of Wolf Cieek It is said that Graham Polk has the best crop of corn that ho has ever raised Will Morton and son of Cloverport wero the guests of Quiller Gilbcit Sun day Thos Thresher our Hibernian hns about completed his now family boat and will nioyo into it nt once Mr Fred George our uperSintendent of Schools has been visiting our schools iu tliis township the Inst ten days Mrs Knto Hawkins our genial post Â¬ master deputy has a pet coon of which she is very proudIt looks a little queer to see a coon in a post ofiico iu this admin istration Thos Wentherholt while hauling wood last Saturday had his leg broken between tho ankle and the knee His horses took fright nt a falling limb nnd ran away running over his leg as they went It is hoped that it will not prove very serious Tho young Indies here aro thinking ot organizing a reading circle and I for one approve it and hopo they may bo sucÂ¬ cessful in their efforts In thu first place it is right to have such meetings nnd iu the next plnco It litis a tendency to ele- Â¬ vate their minds and lift them from n lower sphere to a higher piano in life May the good people lend them their aid Â¬ The January Sale is now Closing Out of Curtain on---The You Lines is on The Prices are Made to fit the Time- swill see that this Pointer is one that in Profit to you Means Something It Is a Beauty 1 1 1 ii i in rn i ii n I rrm Dont you want a nice Clinmlbi Suit to go in that Bjarc room of yours Wo will sell you ono finished in the very latest style Sixteenth Century Oak for only iflGoO Wo also havo a handsome assort Folding Â¬ ment of Rockers Tables Lounges Side Boards and in fact every furniture line thing imaginable that belongs to the Dont Forget It 1cnow fat Saturday you So is our great bargiin day We will sell you all kinds of Prints for 5c per yard and nico Renfrew Ginghams that wo havo sold all along for 10c at Co dont miss a good thing Very Respectfully B F BEARD GO PERSIMMON FLAT Kerns are scarce Quito a crowd attended church at Hites Run from this place Sunday Mr W A Tinius of Mt Joseph was tho guest of Miss Hertlia Hawkins Sun Â¬ day Pound parties aro all the go hero now Tlint Marion Wentherholt and Walter King nro on tho sick list now tho Tacky party given at Jnnies Tinius Friday night accounts for it That Ed Greenwood went to Teo his best girl Sunniiy The road needs work Â¬ ing again dont it Ed That Miss Zoa Johnson and Miss Nel lie Furrow of Hites Runvcre tho guests of Misses Bctthn and Jessie Hawkins Sunday That Miss Josio King of tliis place is visiting rolntives at Troy hid Â¬ 1893 Amount tax and cost 1505 Jesse K Hayes one vacant lot in liar See Deed Hook 35 diusburg Ky page 382 tax for the year 1892 tax nnd cost 1230 Amount Jordan Tuber t interest In 3 acre lot Seo Deed Hook In Hardinsburg Ky 35 pa go 328 Ux for the years 1891 1692 nnd 1893 Amount of tnxnnd cost 1335 Seo Deed Kobt Morcdook 17 acres Hook 37 page 0t tax for tho years 1891 1892 and 1893 Amount tax und HARDINSBURG KY J I10URNE O J M UARPEn DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE HARPER BROOKS CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP BOURBON CO Â¬ TIIEVSW cost 11 oO Arthur 8 Mays 1882 Â¬ John Glvo Iho ought to bo fat Thin Babies a chanco Give tliom Babies V r V Scott Emulsion IIMIWIIIIIIIIIB II 1IIH Amount tax nnd cost 57 acres on north fork of Hough Creek adjoining A A Smiley tax for the years 1891 and 1882 Amount of lax and cost Samuel Gilbert one lot in Stephonsport Ky See Deed Hook 42 page 79 tax Ami tax and cost for the year 1889 Nathaniel Hashain 75 acres land See Deed Hook 41 page 240 tax for the year 1890 Amount tax and cost Jerry Hook one lot In Hardinsburg Ky adjoiniug Hen Hnbard and Jerry Tuber Tux fur the years 1890 91 92 and 93 Amount tax and cost Jas Hall and wife lot 23 In Union Star See Deed Hook 42 page 108 tax Ky for the years 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 Amount Ux and cost J 0 llranlmrs belrs i lot No 3 In See Deed Hook Stephensport Ky 40 page 453 tax for the years 1889 1890 1891 and 1892 amt tax fend cost Mahala llruner 100 acres near Preston Ky Assestln her name tax for the yean 1691 and 1892 Amount tax and cost Clay Swllser heirs 100 acres of land on Yellow Hank crok tax for the years W Carter 115 acres of land See Deed Hook W page 195 tax tho year Commission Salesmen of Live Stock STOCK YARDS LOUISVILI F V15 KY 1215 950 1005 HIGHLAND- - NURSERY We have about 15000 Apple Trees most ly Ben Davis Rome Beauty and Winesap which we propose to deliver to our customers at the following prices cash on delivery Apple Trees 2 years old 1st olass 8600 per 100 Apple Trees 2 years old 2d olass 300 per 100 Peach Trees medium 2 to 3 feet at 10 cts each 1805 2270 2280 1290 tho Croam of Cod llvor Oil with hypophosphltos and watch thorn grow Fat Chubby Healthy Bright Physicians tho world over ondorso It Dont be deceived by Substitutes Â¬ Â¬ 1890 1891 and 1S92 and amount Ux 1155 and cost Jno U Roberts one lot In Sample Ky to J U Hamptons tax for the next years 1889 1890 1691 and 1892 3235 Amount tax and oost Six per ecnt will be addd to all these lists We are alto preparing a large when told list that will soon follow this If the taxes art not paid at once lletpocfuliy F K Hhodes S D 0 All other stock at reduced prices Order now as we do not expect to hold stock long at these low prices A trial will ctiitvluco tho must tkoptloHl that C V C Certain VUIUI WU Address V4 hy Vnputi tr fioett i Bowtnlf Y All Drglrt Cuugk Cure In tho greatest remedy oxtaut for tho euro of jUturiuuu Croup Coughs U I W B AshJby CLOVERPORT KY I 6 Highest of all ii THR BRRGKRNRIDGEl NRWS GLOYKRPOR Leavening Tower KY Greatest Variety of Latest U S Govt Re rot t RoYa m Breckenridge Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE which was to bear us to the far west News It was what is tailed a tourist car very much like our pullman cars with a por- Â¬ WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1801 ter and a cook stove so wo could warm our food or mako codec Wo had good companions In travel and tho time was spent very pleasantly There was no dust wo had bright days and wo hearti ly enjoyed tho trip of flvo days ride on AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM our car ltoyall and I occupied the sleeper The first morning after our de THE CITY OF PROVERBIAL parture from St Paul Iioyall looked out of the window before wo rose and 1 TALLCHICKENS heard such expressions as these Ah tho plains tho plains no trees any Â¬ where only a level plain as far as the Written by a Missionary to tho oye Then nswo neared a lit- Â¬ ran see tle hut on the side of tho track which Members of tho Irvington passed for a depot Koynll said I see a Baptist Church man and a chicken The chicken is a bird that thrives anywhere and this is a pleasing fart to the preacher Wednes Â¬ Trip Across The American day night wo crosed the border into Canada nnd our hnggago had to be exam Â¬ Continont and tho Mighty ined As wo passed tie stations on the Pacific Ocean plains wo saw Indians dressed in native stjlo Hero and there along the way we could see native Indian lints orients Arrived at- - Shanghai Safe But Is made of skins Tor two days and two nights we travel in the great plains Going Further Into tho Land Here and there wu paw herds of cattle or Of The Orient sheep and once wo saw some beautiful antelopes grazing away in the distance We waked up Friday morning to find PROMISES OTHER LETTERS ourselves in the midst of winter The night before we had a bli7sird which had covered tho train with snow Now Dear t hero rose about us gieat snow covered Simmiiiu China Dec 0 IS Brethren In trying to giu jou nn m mountains and ieicks hung fiom the coniit of my trip to China 1 desire to caves of the depot Men had on great give you a clear conception of how a boots and heavy coats aid the snow lay trip may be made besides giving homo more than It inches deep As tho train account of the things seen on the way wound up tiie valley by the side of a wonderful things of this wonderful little stream which struggled thiough world of ours But let us always keep the ice the scenery grew grander and in mind that the Karth is the Lords wilder We are in the gnat Pocky and the fullness thereof mountains It wns nearly ten oclock As I have journeyed across desert and before we saw the sun ns we slowly plain and over mountains and across crept up tho mountain valley Great the sea I have been made to feel more sharp peaks rose up to the clouds on than eer tho greatness of God While every hand and tho bare snow covered the wild storm was raging on the ocean tops reflected the sun with dazzling while our great ship was tossed like a brightness About 1 oclock we stopped toy on tho bosom of the water I thought at a hotel for dinner Itight by rises Wo aro safe for lie holds the sea in the Sir Donald 000 feet above tho railroad Behold the isles Near by and in sight is a glacier about hollow of his hand And as we GOO feet thick and the ice never melts area very little thing think on the great wonders of the world From here the track winds down a gorge in which we live let us say as David and looking ahead 1 see a cover over the did Tho heavens declare the glory of track The snow is so deep in these God and the firmament showeth his mountains in winter that show sheds He hath shown his peo- have to be built to keep the track clear handy work ple the power of his work that He may even our train had to have a snow plow give them the heritage of the heathen on tho front to clear- - the track of snow lirst let me tell you about our trip where there were no sheds You notice on the across tho continent Soon wo como to tho famous canyon of map that our country is very wide The the Cascade mountains As some one whole couise of our trip was from Holds has said litre the scene changis from villeN C up to Charlottswlle Vni the grand to the terrible Turou di this where is the lrnivereily of Virginia gorge it is so de pand narrow that tiie where bo many great men have been rays of the sun hardly ever enter it tho educated on to Louisville Ky from black ami ferocious waters of the Frazer there to Chicago then to ft Paul where river forces its way above the walls of we took the tourist car on the new soo the canyon We occasionally sco the line of railroad which strikes the main mountain peaks gleaming against the lino of tho great Canadian Pacific at sky Hundreds of feet nbove the river Moorhead Tho Canadian Pacific makes is tiie railway notched into the face of connection at Vancouver in British Col- Â¬ tho dills now and then crossing a great umbia with its own line of steamers chasm by a tall viaduct or disappearing which cross tho northern Pacific touch in a tunnel through a projecting spear of at Yokohama and other places in Japan rock For hours our senses aro over calls at Shanghai and makes connection whelmed by tho awful spectacle that at Hong Kong with steamers by way of claims our attention lint night soon India and the Hed sea to Kurope and closes tho scene and we wake up next connecting there with the steamers for morning to find tho air much wanner Canada strikes the Canadian Pacific at and the great snow-- mountains growing Montreal thus making n complete cir- less nnd less cle of tho earth under Lnglish control Towards the middle of the day we find Our party consisting of I W Herring ourselves rolling along by the side of a F M Koynll T L Hlalock and myself deep still stream witli boats and steam met in Chicago ready to take the cars ers on its bos im and green trees and for the trip across the continent There lowers on its banks We aro once more is hardly any land more wonderful than inn warm country witli leaves on the our own country We were impressed tress green grass growing nnd no snow with this fact as wo sjed onward to tho in tho valley But near by tho moun Â¬ Pacific In tho eastern portion east of tains still gleam white As wo are mov tho Mississippi aro most of tho great ing along the bay about one oclock we cities and fine farming lands of tho thriv- Â¬ catch a glimpse of tho city of Vancouver ing modern homes west of the great nnd among tho great ships lying in the river for a thousand miles stretch tho the beautiful blue water there is point Â¬ plains the great praries of tho wet the ed out to us tho largest of them all a home of tho cowboy the ranch country great white steamer tho Kmpress of Ja where thousands of rattle feed then pan which is to bear us across tho along tho western part of tho country ocean Wo have Saturday evening Sun Â¬ west of these plains lie the table lands day and a part of Monday to spend in leading up to tho great lino of Itucky Vancouver This city has 17000 inhab mountains which stretch from Alaska to itants mid is only a ftw ears old Tho Mexico tho great rock ribbed backbono climate is warm and nearly nil tho year of our continent on whoso snowy sum Â¬ it is cloudy and rainy Monday evening mits seems to rest tho sky and In whose about three oclock everything is in a wilds roam the wild goat and tho great hurry nnd bustle at tlio wharf One of bear our party finds that his trunk is not on Wo left Chicago nt about six board Tho whistle blows nnd people oclock Monday evening tho sixth of aro saying farewell to loved ones lie Wo arrived at St Paul hunts for his trunk which is found and November about soven oclock next day and found brought on board Tho gang planks nro that our train did not leavofor Vancouver drawn in the engines move tho omoko till eight oclock tho following night boils from tho great smoko stacks nnd Hero I saw for tho first timo tho waters she backs out into deep water Tho We visited Port whistle sends out a blast which echoes of tho Mississippi Knelling woll known In tho annals of through the hills nnd we are olT Our steamer is about 185 ft long has Iudian warfare in tho great Northwest From hero wo went to the beautiful four decks above the water line She water fall Minnehaha tho lnughing wa carries 0000 tons and engines of 10000 tor made famous in Lonjfcllows beauti Â¬ horso power with two propelling screws A sheet of wator feho travels about 20 miles nn hour nnd ful poein Hiawatha falls in a white foam down a precipico takes tho northern course of the Pacific her distance arrow to Yokahouin is boiuo 10 or 50 feet high Arched abovo HkoBomo old cavern with tho water about 300 miles shorter than nny other slashing ovor and the trailing creeping lino of steamers on tho Pacific Were ivy hauging fastened on the rocks Thou nny of us nick 7 In answer I will say that TJs no wonder Koynll vows that the ocean shall roll art lovely Minnehaha Hiawatha loved thee better than Ms between him nnd home till ho has angel flock laughing leairttig silvery wator wings to carry him over I must con Â¬ while as Gods own drifting snow How fess that for my part there was an up I wonder what youro after os youro licavol about tho stomach and a feoing rushing on so I vislteil Minneapolis of I wish I could die Tho sea was rougli all tho way ncrosj which is only a few miles from St Paul and both are great thriving places filled till tho last day of tho voyage Wo left with all the bustlo and hum of a modern Monday evening nnd tho uuu scarcely sliined after Wednesday morning till city At 6 oclock wo entered the car Sunday and then a heavy mist began to Way Over Yonder Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Editorial from Central Methodist Callettsburg Ky Nov Y Met k Edi tor Unless ten thousand men mainly professional men lawyers doctors editors preachers unit nlli lasscc Includ ing the writer nro very much mistaken tho Electropolse elfects cures gives relief where nil other remedies hnvo failed esjcc lally is it c lllcnclous in deli Â¬ cate feeble women Itov W W Bruce 1 fust on vi lie Ky With the Eltrtropolse I have cured a bad case of opium habit In hss than two months time tho patient now has uo desire for tho drug Kev John I Hogers Danville Ky A kins woman of niino who was appar ently rapidly sinking Into tho grave suffering with sciatic rheumatism in extreme pnin night nnd day In a very short time obtnlncd freedom from till pain walks without crutch or cnue nnd declares that she is well It is a mystery to me almost a miracle Itev W F Wyntt Morning View 1 began to improve from tho first Ky application of tho wonder working gem my general health is better than it has been In years 1 believe it to be n Gods given remedy Itev Itobt M Barrett Baptist SemiI gladly ndd my nary liouisvillt- - Ky testimonial to that of many witnesses for the Electropolse Besides other serit us troubles 1 have cured a severe attack of lagrlppe in ono night treat- Â¬ ment Itev Georgo II Means Covington Ky- In one nights time tho Electro poise relieved me of brain congestion nnd vertigo My wife was relieved of a severe attack of neuralgia In ono hour W E CnocKKn all Address BulJois St Webb Boom 10 Norton Block Fourth nnd Jelferson sts The police force in all parts of the Louisville Ky- country bear uniform testimony to the great value of Dr Bulls Ccngh Syrup as SIROCCO a remedy foi cough cold and incipient They nil emphasize the consumption Claud Brown visited relatives pear fact that no one should be without it Uosetta last week Oldest Book in the World Will Edmunds is a hustler If a man The only complete work that without has stock to sell and wants fruit trees question can lay claim to being tho old Will hustles out nnd sells the stock ist book In tho world is known as the Mein Got ilim Hlmtnel That Ekron Papyrus Piisse it was presented to correspondent must hnvo drunk more the liibliothu uc Natiounle by a french- egg no than 1 did Christmas man by the uniii 3 of Prisse who discov Â¬ Mrs Althea Morgans school will close ered the Papjrus at Thebes Tho tomb in which itwas found contaim d the mum Â¬ tho 20th of this month with a concert We seldom see a teacher that is as suc Â¬ my of one of the Futewsof the eleventh or firit Thebui dynasty The date w hen cessful in gaining the friendship of nn the manuscri pt wits written cannot there- entire school ns she has no complaint w hatever fore have been later thin 510 BC Died Witt fourteen year old son of i h ntical copy Hut if the exact age of this should be doubt fit we know precisely Mr Henry Ashcraft nar Sandy Hill from the text itself the date of its com- Â¬ the 12th of pneumonia and plurisy position as it statis itwas compiled by though I believe tho immediate cause of one Ptnh hotep who lived in the reign his death was tho rupture of u blood of King Asm The full title runs Pre Â¬ vessel cepts of the Prefect Ptnh hotep under This community was considerably the King of tho South nnd North Assa shocked when the news reached hero re- Â¬ As this king wns the lust but one of the lative to Mr Kobert Smiths death at fifth dynasty Ptnh hotep who flourish- Â¬ Wolf Creek Mrs Smith was born nnd ed in the rein of this Pharaoh and held raised here or near bore nnd this com the distinguished oliico of Prefect mutiity deeply sympathizes with her In must have compiled ids work about her sad bereavement is Mr Editor dont think that I am Divided into forty four paragraphs or wanting to occupy half of your worthy chapters the work is something very sheet this week la grippo confines mo much more than a mere literary curios- to tho house nnd temptation to write ity It is written in tiie Egyptian hier-Â¬ write write wont down at my bidding atic character it is rlijthmic if not po- Â¬ To der beoples ot Mendo Coundy as etic is addressed to the educated classes der new year vns dono goned-er-vaund and embodies throughout high and der old year vus mit us vonco more und noble pi inciples for the regulation of it vns gustomary I vil ask der bardons individual life and conduct nnd for the mit all Jersins vot you haf gummitted maintenance of good government Tho in dor future hoping you vil do better man in authority is enjoined by this mit der past very ancient writer to labor at all times Our people nro fearfully agitated over to be a true gentleman lest from his own defects of character ho suffer the tho appearance of la grippe and are pre- Â¬ authority given him by the favor of the paring for a eiege Tho weather favors Supremo Being to bo weakened An it at this writing Sprlntf-likc- showers Egyptinu Prefect was the highest digni Â¬ Hull frogs nnd blue birds tary in the land second only in authority Hut no dowers to Pharaoh himself It was tho office Where is the Guston poet and why held by Joseph in tliu Biblical Btory did ho quit courting tho poets muse The holder of the ollice was at once the Where is Irl It Hicks and all the Egyptian First Lord of the Treasury weather prophets Whero the little boy Chancellor of ihe Exchequer nnd Lord said Joseph was when tho light went Chief Jjistico All our greatest Egyptol out I ween in tho dark ogists bear testimony to tho extraordi Â¬ Mr Ivan Squires hns moved up near nary c ivilizition of ancient Egypt Self Mr Sam Burkheart has moved Ekron help into tho houso vacated by Mr Squires Sam Edmunds has moved to Mr Elisha INTELLIGENT LABORS Ashcrafts Jerd Edmunds to the proper- Â¬ ty vacated by Sam and still they move Americas Army of Railroad Men the I have several times labored under a Best in the World mistake in mentioning tho Leavenworth I should have said The latest statistics show that there road near Shiyoly Concordia and Brandenburg road are 821100 men engaged in the operation it of railroads in the United States This intersects tho Leavenworth road at tho I knew belter implies a forco three fourths as largo us Itichardson cross roads tho Army of France almost as Inrgo but It was a caso of what Bill Arp or as that of Germ iny six timo as some other humorous writer used to call Shipsy Sllnkuin slip of tho memory large as that of Great Britain nnd more than thirty times as largo as that of our I had my attention called to tho mistake own country It is undeniably tho most a few days ago by Mr A M Weedmnn intelligent and cirective labor element in who lives near the road above mentioned tho world und it is also as it deserves to Itev White filled his appointment at to be tho best paid Its average annual New Highland the Hith nnd 14th respect- Â¬ wages being twico ns great as those of ively and accepted the call to preach for tho mi mo class of workuion or in fact them this year The Highlanders are any other chuu of workmen anyvvhero getting in their row now and affairs elso under tho sun Globe Democrat aro assuming a better shape If they will call on me now Ill contribute the Making Postage Stamps bachelors mito toward paying the Every part of postage stamp making is preacher dono by hand Tho designs aro engraved I tell you Mr Editor it does good to on steel two hundred stamps on a single touch some people up once in a vvhllo These plates are inked by two Somo people nro like nn old lazy ox you pinto men and then printed by a girl aud a hnvo to goad em every now an 1 then to man on a large hand press They aro get any tiling out of em its a fact they di led ns fast as printed nnd then gum Â¬ just get so thoy are not fit for any thing med with a starch paste made from po Â¬ Fvo been goading eni around here for tatoes This paste is dried by placing Boine time aud the moro I goad em tho the uhuatx In a steam fanning lunching better they do and tho better they seem and then tho stamps are subjected to a to liko mo Theyve done quit bellowing pressure of two thousand tons in a hy Â¬ and just got down to their knitting for draulic pros Next the sheets aro cut all there is in it so that each ono contains ono hundred I think from tho weird sounds emanat Â¬ stamps after which tho paper between ing from Tregos black smith shop as I the stamps is perforated and after boing passed through Puynesvlllo tho other pressed the sheets nro filed away If a tli smithy must havo that wild slnglo Btnmp is Injured the whole sheet day cat caged that mention was male of ft Is burned Self Help short time ago I dont blame Undo Turner or Buck skin gloves for Engineers at Uab bngos pawing up the earth tho only wonder Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ settle on the era and the wind changed direction For two days nnd nights there was a fearful storm For about six hours Monday night she blew II de Â¬ grees when VI is the hardttt It has ever been known to blow The ship could not have lived in a much harder storm A sail that wns put up was torn to pieces and one of the slilps boats was btirstcdbyn wave Hut God brought us through and our gallant vessel spurn ed tho waves with her heel like the greyhound of the ocean and her great engines forged her ahead On Sunday morning wo saw land a mountain rising up out of tho sen nnd on Monday morning we were moving up tho beautiful bay of Yeddo nnd about 9 oclock wt rinchcd Yokohama and onco more set our feet on land Wo had n splendid view of Fusi Yntna- - tho great sacred mount Japan Is n country of beautiful things but ever thing seen s to bo on a small scale The people aro small and brown We spent n day in Yokohama ono in I Kobe and part of it day In Nagasaki will try to wiite you more nbout Japan and the Japiuese ntt miui future time On Saturday evening about 8 oclock we arriveil hero at Shanghai llro Ieugue of Shiiiloong has come down to meet us and in a few days we goto Cheo foo on a steamer and from there across the country to our work I will try nt some future time to tell you about Shanghai and the work here There are n great many missionaries of nil creeds here and they all with one accord seem to welcome us and especially brother Herring His name is on the lips of everybody and publicly nnd privatoly they are showing him honor His stay heru hns made a deep impression The natives love him like n biotheraud last night they held a meeting hero to wel- Â¬ come him We are very anxious to get to work Irethien ia for all of us May tho blessings of God be with you What Ministers Bay About THE ELECTROPOISE he didnt brnko his neck Mr Editor If you ever chance to enter ntn neighboring hamlet and hcrir that bloodtunlllng iiuiill youll not slop to enquire for tho hostler nor to nsk where Is located but with eyes protruding from their socket with n 21 l gnit expression beaming forth youll proceed to ply the lash and keep the ex Â¬ act bearing nnd elevations on the public Is Hint Large Stock of BEST PAPER and DISPLAY TYPE thnroiighfiue The present inhabitants of Paynes vlllo seem to bo basking In the sunshine of good humor Tho nntldoto for hard times Inugh nnd grow fat has proven to bo such an Mentions remedy it is freely Indulged in by young nnd old A man that cant take a joke had better steer clear of her incorporation Every innn you meet hns n humorous twinkle lurking in the corner of his cjc On e day during Christmas a young man hall ing from tho rural districts wearing n bee gum silk hat and putting on considerable dog generally entered her environs He soon made himself con- Â¬ spicuous telling one long winded yarn after another until tho by slanders nerves were spiung to their utmost ten- Â¬ sion Tin re was a chanco for fun and tho Pnynesvllllnns werent napping Thoy planned together for mock fighta In which our countryman was expected to interfere as peace maker and they didnt recken without their host as the supiel will show Ihe fun began nt Tregos shop cudgels black smith ham- Â¬ mers nnd dangerous weapons of one kind nnd another were drawn aud brand ish apparently with hellish intent The young man in queftion ran in nnd vainly tried to stay the murderous nnn but he Invariably bore tho brunt of the bat- Â¬ tle Whenever a lick was landed It was sure to land on him Tiie battle wuxed so warm he finally sprang aside or up in one corner of the sliop rather and indignantly exclaimed Hoop eel letem Â¬ Â¬ CARD BOARD mmtmmmnmmmmmmimnm j JobJPrinting the NEWS I 3 Prices LOWES BRECKENRIDGE OFFICE THE POPULAR FAVORITE KIS ME GUM Nearly Half a Million Cakes - - - fight Consumed Every Week a Â¬ y Â¬ Finding that tho object of their fun combatants con- Â¬ pass around the its soothing Ira the noxious at mosphere the drama opened up in an- Â¬ other part of the town Constablo George Chism came around and was ex Â¬ ceedingly glad to sco his quondam friend nnd invited him around to the hotel bar where he Chism would most assuredly set em up Pato Philphotthe bar ten der was on to tho racket of course and when Chism called for the drinks Pate told him that he couldnt g t anything there without paying for it in advance Chism remnrded Ill havo it if I have to tear the whole d n house down Puto reached up on n shelf and brought down an old rusty pistol that had long since been layed away on account of its inability to perform its functions mid drew a bead on Chism who in the mean timo was preparing to demolish Pates head with a club Our countryman finding that tho pis- Â¬ tol hud missed fire made a grab for the club when Chism turned around and tried to get in a crusher on our coun- Â¬ trymans high top sweetner but the pedestal upon which it was poised seem- Â¬ ed to bo made of gum elastic and in the habit of nodding nnd bending to the breizes for when ever Chism would mnko a pass the hat like tho old darkys flea warnt dar Tho young man finally lost his temper and determined to hurt somebody tie shot out of the bar room door like a meteor twas said by by standers that his coat tail as- Â¬ sumed tho form of a cow catcher in front of a locomotive engine He crossed tho street to where a group of fellow countrymen were discussing the topics of tho day and begged of them tho loan of a knife a something to de- Â¬ fend himself from tho onslaught of his amnzonian friend While thoy wore endeavoring to assure him that affairs were about to assume a peaceful attitude somo ono came to him with the startling news to tho effect that Chism had gone homo after his shot gun and was going to arrest him For the first time it dawned upon him that Chism was an officer He looked down tho street in the direction of Chisms house and saw him swaggering forth gun in hand nnd a scowl resting on his usually beautiful countenance Itwas too much for our countryman Ho mounted his horso and started ofl up tho road in a canter When ho reached tho jump off In the Bran- Â¬ denburg road near Allen Ygnngs he sank down til only his head and shoulders were visible nnd looked back taking a birds eye view of the situation Chism turned Old Betsy looso at him once but she didnt seem to fuze him He waited til she belched forth tho second time when ho dropped out of sight reminding ono of tho slight of hand trick in tho shows now you see it now- - you dont sco it was no longer in It our cluded It was timo to peace pipe and while grnucc was dissipating Â¬ NO GRIT NO DART That is Why Everybody Chews KIS ME ASSORTED FLAVORS IN EACH CARTOON RATE8 -- 3stto TH oo so PW DAY y DPRITCHEY MANAOCR 3 Jouisville Ky i f w M T3BWT I Lou of Uraln ower lleadaclio Wakefulness Lost ManuoodMi utlr Emissions Nerrous DeiaalldralnsDOdloxif powerlnGeneratlre Organs of either sex canned br oyer exertion Touthrul errors execsstre uso of tobacco opium or stlm ulantsnhlch lM to Inflrmltr Consumption or Insanltr Can tin carried In Ten pocket 81 per box a for 8 br mall prepaid Willi a 85 order wo 0VV mnteelocurenrrefunu the miner sent brail lslvea wrIUenffiiaIt take nn other Write rnrfreeiledlrl Hook Sold sealed A k for jdruiurlits lnDlalnwraDDer Address JVllVlSEKUCO JlasouloTemDleCUICiao For sale In Clorerport Ky br A It F1SUBH and br C C M AUT1N Druggists If MANHOOD nerrous dlseasessucli as Weak Meruurj RESTORED to cure a ilX V y CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew in Berlin 03 cases nnd 10 deaths being About a year ago I took a violent at- Â¬ tack of la grippo I coughed day and night for about six weeks my wlfo then suggested that I try Chamberlains Cough Remedy At first I could see no differ- Â¬ ence but still kept taking It and soon found that it was what I needed If I got no relief from ono doso I took an- Â¬ other and it was only a few days until I was free from the cough I think people in general ought to know the vnluo of this remedy and I take pleasure in ac- Â¬ knowledging the benefit I have received from it Madison Mustard Otway Ohio 25 nnd 60 cent bottles for sale by A It F sher Clovcrport nnd Witt A Mcndor llardinsburg druggists Custom Posts That Dont Fay Eloven of tho customs collectors of the United States failed to tako In enough money on importations during tho last fiscal year to pay their salaries These ports of entry and bums received were as follows Castine Me 14567 Bridgoton N J 73 45 8700 Aloxandria Va 7120 Albemarlo N O Nantucket 00 Frenchmans Bay Me 54 Mass 1743 Pimllco N 60 St Marys Cal O 1201 St Marks Fa 720 Mich J4Q and Kennebunk igrn City Iud Me j 15 cents New York Ti Ibune reported Just now when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities all stomach and bowel troubles as- Â¬ sume an importance beyond the ordi- Â¬ nary and should meet with prompt treatment Cholera morbus cholera in- Â¬ fantum diarrhea dysentery flux colic and cramps wind on the stomach flatul- Â¬ ency distress after eating etc ull point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach nnd bowels and all such disor- Â¬ ders should bo corrected at onco Mr II L Wilson Stumptown W Va says Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicine I ever used for pains for cramps and colic in children it cant be beat For flux it is tho king Mr R L Blenkinship ofTooley W Va has this to say Last April I had an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea had twenty one actions of my bowels in less thai two hours I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved me instantly Lightning Hot Drops is the safest sur- Â¬ est quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of tiie abovo complaints Moreover it cures all pains external and internal and is the best safeguard known to destroy tho evil effects of a chango of water or diet Pleasant to tako Sweet- Â¬ ened children like it Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine nt 2oc and 50c a bottle on the guaran- Â¬ No relief no nay Try it once tee Bo not deceived Look for Trade Mark of natives gathering herbs Mndo only by Hrb Medicine Co 8pnngflold Ohio For sale by Short A Haynep druggists Cloverport Ky Â¬ OLD GNAT Writes a Spiteful letter But Condones the Offense by Incl sing One Dollar OwensiioiioKy D IUiiiiaoe Â¬ Jan20 1894 Mit J Dkau Siii Notwithstand ing tho panic and democratic rule which of course go hand in hand I have by hook or crook como into possession of nn old paper dollnr which I enclose you as a euro for sore eyes though it makes tears flow from mine to part from it Hwover John when you hnvo audi clently recovered from the shock likely to follow the reception of this Inclosuro you will please send me the Nkuvs until you think I have been a nply ropuldaud at the end of which time notify mo of the fact and I will give your notice my prompt attention or refer it to my assignee and give three cheers for Mc Kinloy in 00 Wishing you success for the New Year aud hoping you may yet see tho error of your way in time to niaku amends for past transgressions I remain aa ever Yours Ac W H Hahdin Chinese Mails China has not yet established govern- Â¬ ment post ofliccs or a postal system for tho masses of the people with all her adoption of modern ways but private enterprise is depended upon to render communication easy between various parts of the empire This private trans- Â¬ mission of mail is conducted through what aro called letter shops No stamps aro used but tho chop or sign of the keeper of the letter shop is al Â¬ ways placed upon the envelope In China imperial edicts and other olllcial communications aro carried from city to city and province to province by cour- Â¬ iers Generally thoy make the trip afoot but in caso of great haste they are pro Â¬ vided with horses at convenient relay Oflloinl letters or despatches stations are thus conveyed in cases of emergency two hundred or two hundred and fifty miles a day Tho public is served by the letter shops a carrier system organized by private enterprise transmitting tho mail from ono station to another At tho treaty ports the letter shops are used by natives only but in the interior or at places not reached by tho foreign postal arrangement they are employed by foreigners ns well though chiefly by missionaries Boforo a letter is mailed or delivered to tho carrier its contents are displayed and tho kecpor of the letter shop thon signs his chop or signs so that its point of origin may bo determined Parcels may bo transmitted in tho sairo manner the charge for carrying being a percentago of their declared value The shop keeper gives a receipt for tho letter or package and ho thus becomes re Â¬ sponsible for its safo delivery or its re- Â¬ turn to the sender with seal unbroken In somo parts of the empire the Consul says about two thirds of the oxpense of transmission Is paid by tho sender the remainder being collected from tho re- Â¬ ceiver Thus tho shop is secured against ontlro loss from transient customers nnd tho sender has somo guarantee that his letter will be convoyed with despatch Nativo merchants who nro regular cus Â¬ tomers keep nn opon account with tho shop and mnko their settlements month- Â¬ ly -- Self llolp -- -- v l ri - A Beautiful Calendar calendars is thnt issued by the propri Â¬ etors of Hoods Snrsaparilla It will fully satisfy every exiicctation as to beauty and utility Sweet Sixteen is tho head of a beautiful girl the lovely plcturo being lithogranhodin many delf cato colors Tliq pad harmonizes with tho exquisite array of color above whilo the dates are easily read Hoods Calendar may bo obtained of your drug Â¬ gist or hv sending 0 cents In stamps for ono or 10 cents for two to O I Hood Co Lowell as Ono of the daintiest of tho Now Year Certain Corn corn WHrtf IihhIohi molea hiu chIIoiinch WttrrHH tutl See thHt C C C U blown In every bottle Tnku ho elkvr Curo--remove C C C is