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Talmage at Beyrout. NO. 23. LI, Wu,- s. V I'ti of divine manifestations. It is not when you marchosl Oh, the bospltal wounds! Oh, A "NEGRESS 108 YEARS OLD. THE LOUISViLLE&ST, LOUIS JM aro iu Idleness, but when you aro like tho tho martyrdom I Oh, the death! But brighter than the light which flashed on all theso Bothleliem shepherds, watching your flocks, Her Progeny In I'our Generations Number (L. K. A ST. L. It. It.) that tho glory descends and thero is Joy swords and shields mid muskotry is tho light Ono lliimtrct! nnd Nlnnty-sl" among tho angels of God over your soul pen- that fell on Bethlohom, and louder than tho -C- HICKEN Benoath tho sheltering roof of a faithful SHORTEST, QUICKEST bray of the trumpets, and tho neighing of tho itent and forgiven. son, in tho outskirts of St Joscnh. lives a col HIS CHRISTMAS TIME SERMON l!ffiAL-irS- L4 AND BEST LINK TO W My subject also strikes at tho delusion that chargers, and the crash of tho walls, and tho ored woman, Jnno tho religion of Christ is dolorous nnd grlof groaning of tho dying armies, is the song that of ago. Sho was Horvoy, who Is 103 yoars ON CHRIST'S EARTHLY i born in Bourbon county, infusing. The muslo that broko through the unrolls this moment from the sky, swept as KINGDOM, though all tho bolls of heaven rung n jubilee, Ky., on Oct 17, 1781, to "Mammy narvoy," midnight heavens was not n dirge, but an anAND ALL POINTS a negro woman owned them. It shook Joy over tho hills. It not "Peace on earth, good will toward men." Oh, thirteen years Jane by CoL Harvey. For Harvey, who, llko most South-Wes- t. when will tho day como Tlirlllliiff SiieracHtloim of the Unr only dropped upon the shepherds, but it when tho swords shall bo God hasten HI other negroes, took tho namo of her master, sprang upward among tho thrones. The robo turned into plowlived about tbo Kentucky plantation. Then mid Plncn. "Tlio Shy AiithcmM of a Bavlouhj righteousness is not black. shares, and tho fortresses shall be remodolod Time-CarThe Armlet) or Hie Tiaw Klnp. Into churches, and tho mon of blood battling Col narvoy mado up his mind to leavo KenTlio Chrlstlun life is not inodo up of weeping in Effect Dec, IS, d tucky and venture still further and cross bearing and war waghiff. Through for renown shall becomo good soldiers of gathered his family, consisting west 80 be iloiu AVerc Not an Armies or V.' Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m... 9:00 p.m. ..4:10 'p.m. of about flf me revelation or tunt Christmas night I find Jesus Christ, nnd the cannon uow striking toon negroes, ' itlnll Olnil Warrlor- aseveral sons and daughters, nnd Arr St. Louis 7:45 "...7:25 " ,t down whole columns of death shall thunder that religion Is not a groan but a song. In a Evansville 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. started. On thoy pushed until ho halted Ids fSlorioiift IIoicm, world of slu and sick bod and sopulchers, we tho victories of the truth. caravan where Glasgow, Howard county. For further information, call on or address, MANY WILL DE SAVED. must have trouble, but Jn tho darkest night Mo., now stands, and staked off hts land and JOS S 00I0RNE, IlKvrtoirr, Dihj. 'M. Tlio Iluv. T. Do V(tt tho heavens part; with angelic song. You When wo think of tho wholo world saved, patiently waited for tho country to grow up Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. we nro apt to think of tho fow people that now Talmnge, D. I)., of liiiNiklyii, who Is liuro may, llko Paul, bo shipwrecked, but I exhort inhabit it Only n very fow compared with with him. But tho colonel wild nature's with Ills jwrty, tixlay to o group of you to bo of good choer, for you shall all B L. BRYANT, dobt long ere tho country was grown, and all friends ott "Tlio Sky Anthem." His text wui Absolutely safe to tho land. Religion does not tho populations to como. And what a small Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. part cultivated. Do you know it has boon his proporty reverted to his oldest son, Dr. Lukoil, 14: "Ulory to God In the highest, show Itself in tho olongatlon of tho faco loud This powder never varies. A mantl ol Henry Harvoy, whom "mammy" affections and on earth twace, good will townrtl nien,1' tho cut of the garb. Tlio Pharisee who puts authentically cstimuted that purity, strength and wholesomenets. Mure on which ho dollverod the following his religion Into his phylactery has nouo left of Europe is yet all barrenness, nnd that nine ately refers to as "ole massa," Thoclimato of for his heart Fretfuluess and coinplalulng hundred and ninety-on- e nart with Jane Harvey, Missouri seemed to agree economical than tho ordinary kinds, and can 1' h o u s a n d s of dollars worth ot G TEA POTS. for her strength, agility not be sold In competition with the multitude of tho entire globe Is uncultivated! This is At last 1 have what I longed for, a Christ do not belong to tho family of Christian brewing tea. and sturdinoss increased with each passing chickens die every year torn Cholnms ove in tho Holy Land. This is tho tlmo graces which inOvo into the hoart when tho all to bo cultivated, ull Inhabited and all of low test, short wolght alum or phosbbate Saves 25 to 50 of Tea. ' It is more fatal to chickens than year that Christ landod. Ho was a Oh, what tears of repentanco when day. She worked in the flolds, assisted tho pewders. Sold only in of era. dovll moves out Christianity docs not frown Christ This is tho chill air through upon amusements nnd recreations. It is not nations begin to weep I Oh, what supplica- choppers in tho woods, baked tho boo enko, Powukb Co., 108 Wall tan: ItofAl. Bakino YOU DO NOT LIFT THE POT all other diseases combined. But the Strcot, New York. which he descended. tions when continents begin to pray! Oh, fetched the water, minded the children and I look up through a cynic, it ts not a shrew, It chokes 110 laughPOURS by lowering lid discovery of a remedy that positively -those Christmas skies and 1 soo no loosened ter, it quonches no tight, it defaces no art what rejoicing when hemispheres begin to rodo horseback into tho wttlcmcnt, with nover a complaint John Harvoy was ancures it hasbeen made, and to be conTh part handled Is COLD. star hastening southward to halt above Among tho happy, it is the happiest It Is slug! Churches will worship on the places vinced of its efficacy only requires a but nil tho btars suggest tho Star of just ns much at home on the playground as where this very hour smokes tho blood of other slavo, and a good slavo ho was, too, Bethlehem. No moie need that any of thorn ts trial. A it is in the church. It is just as irracof ul In human sacrifice, ami wundeiing through tho if mammy is to bo bcllovod. Jane was about bottle is enough for IL FOR run along thq sky to point downward. In tho charade nS it is m tho psalm book. It snake Infested jungles of Africa, Christ's 20 years old wbon John realized tho first Pains, DIehl Kfcff chickens. It is guarthrobs of a now born love. He was assiduous qulotudo they knoel at tho feet of him who, sings just as well In Surrey gardens as it heel will brulso the serpent's head. Oh, when anteed. If, after using s of though onto on oxile, is now enthroned for prays in St. Paul's. Christ died that wo tho trumpet of salvation shall bo sounded in bis attentions, nnd tho first thine sho know VhiU, Pa, JKffl- John had entered her young llfo so thorougha bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly ever. Jres.Ii up from Bothlohom, 1 am full might live. Christ walked that wo might everywhere and tho nations nro redeemed, Some people agree with Tine Fun's opinions satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken of tho bcenca suggested by a visit to that vil" ride. Christ wept that we might laugh. a light will full upon evory town brighter ly and completely that she hailed with Joy about men and thing, and some people don't j lage. You know, that whole region of BethAgain, my subject impresses me with tho than that which fell upon Bethlehem, and massa's permission for her to becomo John's Cholera, return it to the undersigned lehem is fumous in Blblo story. Tlicro wore fact that glorious tmdlugs sometimes havo moro overwhelming than tho song that wife. So ono bright May morning sho took bat ever body likes to get hold of tho news and your money will be refunded. the waving harvests of Boaz, In which Ituth very humblo beginnings. The straw pallet fell on the pasture Holds where tho her dusky lovor's hand and mado the vows paper which is never dull and never afraid to gleaned for herself ami weeping Na6ml. was the Starting point, but tho suout In tha flocks fed, there w ill bo a song louder than that bound her to him until death did thorn sptak lis mind. For sale by G. W. Short. Clovorport, Ky. There David, tho warrior, was thirsty, nnd midnight sky rovenlod what would bo tho the voice of tho storm lifted oceuns, "Glory part Tho union was fraught with blessings Democrats kpow that for twenty years Tiik three mm of unheard of self denial broke glorious consummation. Christ on Mary's to God In tho highest," and ftom all nations in tho shape of divers and sovoral pickaninSun has fought In the front lino for DemocratSTOP XODB COUGH TPITH through the Philistine army to get him a lap, Christ on tho throne of universal domin- cud kindred nnd people nnd tongues will nies, and when John had seen his Jane beic principles, never wavering or woakoning in drink. It was to that region that Joseph ion what an bumble starting! what a gloricome tho response, "And on earth peace, como a mother for tho fifth time, he died. Her widowhood was of brief duration, for its loyally to the truo interests of the party it alLaaaaaaavH W DaaaaaaaaaaaaaV' aHLiaaaaY Mary camo to havo their names enrolled nnd ous finding! Grace begins on a small scale in good will toward men I" On this Christmas eaaaaaaaaaaaaaae1 faaaaaaaaaaaaaaar eaaaaaaaaaaaal in tho census. That is what, tho Scrintura day I bring you good tidings of great joy. as sho recalls it, in 1807 sho again became a sorves with fearless Intelligence and disintertho heart. You seo only men as trees walkmeans when it says they camo "to be taxed," ing:. Tho graco of God in tho heart is a feePardon for nil sin, comfort for all trouble, wifo, nnd by this union had nine children, ested vigor. At times opinions havo differed It,, SVSem sVP&.' WaaaVJ! for pcoplo did not in those days rush aftar ble spark, anil Christ has to keep both hands nnd llfo for tho dead. Shall wo now tako seven sons nnd two daughters. Tlio sons as to the best moans of accomplishing the comrs tho of tax any more than thoy now over t lest it be blown out What an humthis Christ Into our hearts, The tlmo is grow to manhood, nnd wero strong, healthy mon purpose; it is not Thk Sun's fault If it do. blo beginning! But look at that same man passing. This is the closing of tho year. men with progeny when tho war broko out has seen further into tho mlllstooo. Tho village Inn was crowded with tho when ho has uutered heaven. No crown ablo How tho time speeds by. Put your hand on Fivo of these sons entered tho Union army, WhtfBCOllfCWWCW m On of till" Eighteen hundred nnd ninety Is tbo year strangers who had coino up by tho command to express his royalty. No palace able to ex- your heart one, two, threo; thrco times loss and two of them died on tho battle field. Her iii:'i-- Iei. i n eacunea oldest living son is uow 80 years of age, and that will probably determine the result of tho of government to luvo their numes In the press his wealth. No scepter ablo to oxprcss It will beat Llfo is passing liko gazelles over the world. Our faclllUct are livos in Sheridan county. Mo. At tho closo unequaNd, tnJtolntroducrour census, so that Joseph and Mary wero obliged his iwner mid his dominion. Drinking from the plain. Sorrows hover llko petrels over Presidential election of 1692, and perhaps the lujwnor fymui wawir irnarKKE to lodge In tho stables. You have seen some tho fountain that drips from tuo everlasting tho sea. Death swoops like a vulture from of tho war he chose tho namo of George fortunes Cares Concrhs. Colds. Hoarseness. Id rtcli loc.lltr, to linn of Democracy for the t of tho cenaiabova. Only Ihoit who writ Croup, Whooplnp Cough, Bronchitis; ' of those largo stone buildings, in tho center Itock. Amoug tho harpers harping with tho mountains. Misery rolls up to our ears Washington, nnd possesses that proud name to ui at onca can maka aura of of which tho camels wero kspt, while runIncipient Consnmption, ami Trill Ibachanca .Mljrouhartiodoln their harps. On a bea of glnss.nlngled with llko waves. Heavenly songs fall to us like even now. Until six weeks ago mammy lived tury. Victory in 1892 is a duty, and tho beto rtum la to ahow our with him nnd her grandchildren and greatginning of 1890 Is the best time to start out ning out from this center In nil directions fire. Before tho throne of God, to go no stars. consumptlvo patients In thota who call rour utlrauort grandchildren, but then Robert, who is 57 In com pony with Tiik Sun, nd tho. around you. Thabf. stages ; will euro when earn-nulthere wero 1001ns in 0110 of which Jesus was moro out forever. Tho spark of grace, that I wish you n merry Christmas, not with years AVFlHMJl.issSUMi 'alnnlnff of tola adrrrrUcmant old, went down to visit her, nnd bom. Had his iwtrents been moro showilv Christ had to keep both hands over lest It wordly dissipations, but merry with Gospel ahowa tha imall end of tha ul- and relievo In tlio worst cases. Dully, per nil nth $0 10 acepa. Tb followtop cut tha arpetranca of II itduced to appareled, I liavo no doubt they would have como to extinction, having flamed up into gladness, merry with pardoned sin, merry brought her back hero to his home, at 2,013 Soo that G. G. C. is blown In 0 very bo Dully, per year 0 1)11 found inoie comfortable entertainment honSr and glory and immortality. andtako no othci'. Sunday, per car with hope of reunion iu the skies with nil Mulberry street Sho relates with iwsitlvo 2 00 What 25c. That night In tho ileitis tho bherherds Dally and Sund i.v per yenr. , your loved onos w ho have preceded you. In humor her journey to this city. In tho 103 8 00 with humble starting! What glorious consummaJ. C. MENDENHALL, & CO., years of her oxistonco sho had never ridden Dally nnd Sunday per month,.... 0.70 crook and kindled fires wero watching iheir tion I about Hit flftlith part of 111 balk 11 U a frand, doublt alia that grandest! nnd best sense a merry Christbole pnorniETOits, Wa wlllalioahowyoohowjoa on a railroad train, and, as she expressed it, Weekly Sun, one your, 1 00 llocks, when hark! to tlio sound of voices mas. EVAWSVIMiE, INDIANA. "as a ohain ok mustahd seed." can maka front S3 to S 1 U a day at lt.it, from tha ttart,wfth. outupttlsnce Htttrr write at once Wepajralleipmachargei. strangely sweet Can It be that tho maidens SOLD BY DMJGOIST3 GENERALLY. Tho New Testament church was on a small And God grant that In our final moment "I war skcered nt fust, but liked it tol'ablo Address TH12 SITIV, Sow Vork. Addre.a,ll IIALLETT CO., Box 88l, roBtLAt,UAlHK. of Bethlehem have come out to serenado tho scale, .Fishermen watched it Against the we may havo as bright a vision ns did the well after." Remove Corns, "Worts & Bunions with A reporter called on Mammy Harvey tho weary shepherds? But now n light stoops uprising walls crashed Infernal onginery. Tho dying girl when sho said: "Mother" pointupon them like tho morning, w that the world said onathoma. Ten thousand people ing with her thin white hand through the other afternoon nnd found that sho wns out CERTAIN CORN CURE. visiting at tho homo of her other son, Wil-Ur- n flocks arl.se, shuklng their snowy fleece and rejoiced at ovory seeming dofoat, and said: w iudow "mother, what is that beautiful COMPLETEOUTFITS Bunco (who had adopted tho namo of n bleating to thoir drowsy young. The heav"Aha! aha! sq wo would havo it" Martyrs land out yonder beyond tho mountains, the SOLD AND WAUKANTED BY; ens are filled with armies of light, ami the on nro crieu: "Uow long, O Lord, how high mountains!" "Oh," said tho mother, former master). William lives back of his 3TS earth quakes under the harmony, ns, echoed longr Very humble starting, but soo tho "my darling, thero ore no mountains within brother Robert, and is 74 years old. An inBHHHkiaKaainafl back lroni cloud to cl jud, it rings over the difference at tho consummation when Christ sight of our home." "Oh, jes," she said, quiry addressed to her regarding tho number midnight hills: "Glory to God in tho highest, with his almighty arm has struck off the last "don't you seo them that beautiful land be- of her direct descendants rather nuzzled tho ' ' und on ourth peace, good will to men." It chain of human bondage and Himalaya shall yond the mountains out there, just beyond old lady. "Well," sho said slowly, "I don' 'zactly HASHVILLEftSaiga secim that the crown of royalty and do be Mount Zlon, and Pyrenees, Moriah, and the high mountains!" minion and power which Christ loft behind oceans the walking place of him who trod Tho mother looked down Into tho face of know how many I hov got I counted over him was hung on tho sky In sight of Bethlethe wave cliffs of stormed Tiborias; and her dying child mid said: "My dear, I think a hundred gran'chillun one day when I got hem. Who knows but that that crown may island shall cull to Island, saa to ssa, contithat must bo heaven that you see." "Well, tcr thlnkin' 'bout it I've had fourteen chlJ-luba,vo been mktakon by tho wiso men for tho nent ti continent, and tho song of the world's then," sho said, "father, you como, and with an' all ob 'em' hed lots o' chlllun, too. star running and pointing downward, redemption rising, tho hoavoas like n fjreat your strong arms carry mo over those moun My youngest darter's got fo'teen, an1 sho ain't DISCOVERY AND TRAINSNGMETHOD runuy IN POVEHTY. years ole," sounding board shall striko back tho shout of tains, into that beautiful bud beyond tha but flfty-fIn (pit. of adnlterated limitation which mis. tli. My subject, In tho first place, impresses me salvation to thooarth until it rebounds again high mountains." "No," said tho weeping Hero her son Robert interrupted hor and theory, and rtractlcal result. 01 tie Original, in tpita of with the fact that Indigence Is not ulways to tho throuo of God, and all heaven rising father, "my darling, I can't go with you." stated that she has 123 grandchildren, with the Kriwaeat lulnrepreaentatlona lir unviom wouia u. compi'tltoni, andinapiteof "baas attempt, to rnti" him slgnlileant of degradation. When princes are on their thronos beat tlmo with their scop-tor"Well," said she, clapping her hands, "never soveral precincts to bo heard from. Mammy of thefrultof hU)lfthor,(ll ofwllloli demonstrata the born heralds announce it, and cannon thununduiibted aiiperioritr and popularity of lit. teaching), Oh, what an humblo beginning! What mind, never mind; I seo yonder a shining was not quite sure about it, but believed at Ixiisette'i A rt f N"r Forgetting (a recocnlou l'ruf. der it, and flags wave It, and illuminations a glorlou' ending! Throne linked to a mangreatOne coming. He is coming now, in his strong last uccountsthat sho had forty-si- x In both Henilapherep aa marking; nnKpochln Memory Culture. Kin Proapectuaftient post free) nivs set cities on iho with the tidings. Somoof ger, heavenly mansions to a stable. arms to carry mo over tho mountains to tha grandchildren and twelve a of the glob who hare act. oplniuna of poopls in all part us in England or America remember the tlmo My subjuctnlso impresses mo with the effect beautiful land over the mountains, over tho If this is so, and there is no reason mil etudieu his bjrutem lir cnrroRroncpnce, allowing rniiu wnie to doubt it, then she is responsible for 100 utti iiisriemivaru omk can oaiiff tiuiicd, not of rejoicing when tho Prluco of Wal.--s was of Christ's mission upward and downward. high mountains!" rj Itrvaru: tlwtanv riirra,lcttnirtliitatnol born. You can remember the gladness Glory to God, peace to man. pooplo in four generations, a record, of which d:c. ior Prospectus, rtmllihl, Tiifiirf.trnrwfrWiii When God sent TiirinR and Teatlinonlalu nddrMS throughout Chi Istendom at tho nativity in his Son Into the world ancols discovered "Who breathes must Buffer, and who the old woman feels justly proud. Mammy 1'iof. A. LOlSliTTil, B37 Fifth Avenue, N.Y tho palace at Madrid. But when our glorious something new in God, something they had thinks must mourn, and be alone is bless has nover worn glasses in her life, nnd sho Prluce was born tlicro n as no rejoicing on never seen before. Not power, not wisdom, ed" who knows that pain and suffering can eata about everything, notwithstanding tho earth. Poor und crowlnz noorer. vet tho not love. Thoy knew all that before. But be cured by Salvation Oil. absence of nil but three teeth. Sho only parr heavenly recognition that Christmas night when God sent his Son into this world then Although wo have heard persons remark takes of two moals a day, and entertains a shows tho truth of the proposition that Inditho angels saw the spirit of self denial in God, "It is worth its weight gold" still devoted fondness for corned beef hash, boo gence is not ul ways slgnlileant of degradation. the spirit of self sacriflco In God. It is easier Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is toin cako and mush. Sho goes to bed nightly at be had at all v In all ages there have been great hearts to I0V0 an angel on his throno than a thief on drug stores for 25 cents o'ciock and arises promptly with tho light 7 tin obbing under rags, tender sympathies unof day. Her flguro is stout, and her weight the cross, a seraph in his worship than an rough" exterior, gold in tho quartz, 11 Ueur In JJuiiffary. Adventure with der Is about 170 pounds. St. Joseph (Mo.) Teleadulteress In her crime, Whon the angols jtrt.s Parian nmrblo In tho quarry, nnd in every saw God tho Gcd who would not allow tho A thrilling adventure with a bear occurred gram in Now York Sun. FOR lafc stable of privation wonders of excellence that most Insignlflcant angel In hoavon to bo hurt a fow days ago at Wallendorf in Hungary. A Remarkable Fight. During the year 1890 it will even exceed itself in the variety tofeits-- i Have been the Joy or the heavenly host. All givo up his Sjn, nis Son, hts oply, only Tho following is tho uccount given by AdvoONE MONTHS' TllIAL tho great deliverers of literature and of na- Sou, thoy saw something that they hod never cate Forster, who, as will be seen, narrowly Tho city of Constantino, in Algeria, has contents and its efforts to please its subscribers. New features will iie$ OP THE-tions wero born In homes without nilluence, thought of before, and I do not wonder that escaped with his life: I went with a party been making a remarkable flgbt against the "t t " from their own privation louriicd to when Christ started out on that pUgrlmago of friends to tho neighboring mountains to crickets, which threatened to strip tho town added to its regular departments, including first-clas- s nnd speak and light for the oppressed. Many a the angels In heaven clapped their wings in shoot roo deer. Thero wore plouty of them, of overy bit of foliage. Theso pests, which , '4 havo been trying to turn Algeria into a desmail has held up bis plno knot light from the triumph und called on all the hosts of heaven only the dogs hounded thorn away to tho valwilderness until all nations and generations to help them celebrate it, and saug so loud ley beyond. I consequently changed my ert, Invaded tho town in a cloud, and in a The Best Aftornoon Paper in havo teen it, nnd off of his hard crust of that tho Bethlehem shopherds heard it: placO and took my stand nt a spot which I fow hours they wero devouring nil tho garpenury has broken tho bread of knowledge "Glory to God hi the highest," know to bo favorable. Presently I heard tho dens, nnd oven tho Interior of tho houses; tho the South. ITS WELL KNOWN SI'ECIALTIOS AHK . til and religion for the starving millions of tho But it was also to be a mission of peace to dogs coming, but fancied from their bark hospital nnd the prison swarmed with them. raco. Poetry, nnd sclenco, and literature, man. Infinite holiness accumulated depravthat they were chasing a boar. I quickly It is well known that the particular insect Practical Farming Gardening, and which is afflicting Algeria does not fly high. Progress In Science, 9 and commerce, nnd laws, and constitutions, ity. How could thoy over come together f The withdrew my shot cartridges and put In buland liberty, llko Christ, wero born in a manIn order to keep out fresh arrivals tho citiGospel bridges over tho distance, It brings lets, but what was my surpriso to soo a huge Womea'a Work, zens lost no tlmo in surrounding the entire ner. All tho great thoughts which have de- God to us. It takes us to God. God in us, bear trottlug quietly toward mo, apparently cided t,ho destiny of nations started in town with a f cuce of cotton cloth about six Stories by the Best Authors, Literature and Art, Choice Flashes of Wit and Humor. r and wo in God. Atonomontl Atonement! regardless of tho dogs. corners, and had Herods, who Justico satisllod, sins forgiven, eternal life When within seventy paces I flred and saw feet high and over 30,000 feet long. , Exclusive News for Veterans, k,a.?fe- wanted to slay them, olid Iscnrlots, whd secured, hoavon built on a mangor. As soon as thoy had cut off tho sources of him fall, but nevertheless? I thought it pruIf ft$H$kX betrayed them, and rabbles that cruci-lle- d overy man, woman and child Hut It was also to be tho pacification of all dent to give him a second bullet, which likethem, and sepnlchcrs that confined individual and international auimoslties. wise took effect I afterwards proceeded to began to devote exclusive attention to the r4i them until they burst forth in Glorious resur What a souud this word of peace had in that a hillock close by and called my companions, enemy within tho walls. Business was nlmost m, e ' entirely suspended, and lawyers, merchants, rection. Strong character, like tho rhodoHoman empire that boasted of tho number but hardly had I raised my volco era the boor u $5 a Year. dendron, Is an Alpine plant that grows fastest of people it had massacred, that prided itself got up and mado straight for me. I had magistrates, Jow bankers, laborers, Moham50c a Month. Address, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, iu the otorm. Men are llko wheat, worth all on the number of tho slain, that rejoiced at just time to reload and Aro when ho was with- medans and Christians, all went eagerly to tho niore for being flailed. Somo of the most tbo trembling provinces. Sicily, nnd Corsica, in five paces of me. It did not quite finish work to kill crickets and save tho gardens. NCV yoilK IimtAI.n. Now York liiV useful people would never have como to posiand Sardinia, and Macedonia, nnd Egypt him off, for he foil upon mo with a terrible Tho insects wero killed by tho hmidi eds of THE EVENING POST CO tions of usefulness had they not been ground had bowed to her sword and crouched at the howl and knocked mo heavily to tho ground. Uiousauds, and tbo bodies of tho slain were II and pounded and hammered in tho foundry of cry of her war eagles. Sho gave her chiof I managed to push tho barrels of my gun into swept Into tho river and carried out of the lis not fait to .Subscribe mow for disaster. When I see Moses coming up from honor to Sciplo and Fablus and Coosar all his open Jaws and flred a second shot Luck- city. The town had no other thought or OHir ONE DOLLAR 1 YEAR. i.ouisvir.i.r, icy. NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD tho oik of bulrushes to bo tho greatest law men of blood. What contempt thoy must have ily also two dogs camo up and seized him business as long as there wero any crickets to giver' of tho ages, and Amos from tending had thoro for the penniless, unarmed Christ from behind. In a lost effort he caught my bo killed. At last the enemy was completely tho herds to make Israel tremblo with' his in the garb of a Nazareuo, starting out to foot between his tcoth, nnd hal enough vanquished, and the half destroyed gardens Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. prophecies, and David from tho sheep coto to conquer nil nations, Thoro nover was a placo strength left to blto through my high boots were saved from further injury. Tho war sway tho poet's pen nnd the king's scepter, on earth where that woid peace sounded so and slightly wound my aukle. When my kept tho town busy for ucarly a week. St and Petor from tho Ashing net to bo the great offensively 'to the oars of tho multitude as In friends camo up they were greatly alurmed Louis preacher at tho Pentecost, I find proof of tho tho Roman empire. Thoy did not want to seo nie covered with blood, but fortunately 3STO. A truth of;' my proposition, that indigence is nof peace. The greatest music they ever heard it was that of my shaggy victim, not my Pioofs of Nes!lenco. always significant of degradation. wasUho clanking chnlns of their captives. own. London Staudard. During fhe last, Belgian maneuvers Gen, My 'subject also impresses mo with tho If all the blood that has been shed in battlo Van der Smissen had ordered somo photog'Inking direct A Precocious Lover. thought that it is while at our useful occupa- could bo gathered together It would upbear a raphers to be statlotied at various points on At SiOO o'clck A. M,t Sunday, Dec. 15, 1830, tioiis that wo havo tho divine monlfesuitlous. navy, Tho club that struck According to a Madrid correspondent, a tho maneuver Held. At tho end of the operbel to tho Had thoso shepherds gone that night into earth lias Its echo iu tho butcheries of alt boy, only 13 years old, found In tho streets of ations ho had tho proofs brought to him and " Tie brightest of the children's ntagaxints," says tho Springfield Republican. Bound TVni'iu h'utl Hound Train i Bothleliem, and risked thoir flocks among the ages. Edmund Burke, who gave no wild Madrid a 100 pesota bank note, and changed could thereby ascertain that frequently his wolves, they would not have heard the song statistics, said that thero had been spent In it at n monoy changer's, dividing tho spoils MilLANP instructions hud been neglected. Thus, at IIULiKD of tbea'iiEels. In other words, that man slaughter thirty five thousand millions of with another boy, 11 yoars of age, Ho then tho passage of a, ford, ho could seo that many KXPKK33. STATIONS. KXHRIC8S. most of Uod and heaven who minds his dollars, or what would bo oquul to that; but bought a pistol and bullets, and began a soldiers, instead of fastening their Cartridge 7.15am LT.UnlonDepot,Louuv'e.,Ar. 1.20 own business. Wo all have oUr posts of'iluty, ho hud not seen Into our times, when in our quarrol with his playmate about a little girl pouches to their rifles, ns the Instructions s.uu Kentucky Street .. o and; standing thoro, God appears to us. We own day, Iu yYmerlcn, we expended three of 12 years of age, tho daughter of a ... ....Alma Iloute... prescribed, left them where they were, whereare all1 shepherds or shepherdesuss, and' wo thouMiud millions of dollars in civil war. grocer, whom he called his sweetheart, . ... Pleasure RUgo Pi by they got wot, Ho nltoobkert( thnt no Valley.., havo our llocks of cares nnd annoyances and and whom lie accused of showing a preferAHMlEij OK TUB PMNCE OV rACU. ropes wero stretched across the streuni to Meadow Latrn, nnxleties, and wo must tend them. Oh, If we could now take our position on ence for his companion. As tlioy wero disroH YOUfNC ptOPUE mark tho ford and to enable the soldiers to LlUVJIlTnTED-MMiVZINlliver View, "DltldENT t:i &U0iriK33,FEBVEK1r in sriniT." tome high jiolnt nnd soo the world's armies cussing tho matter thoy happened to meet hold tost on In case the current proved too West l'qlnt 8.45 12.25 .. Ko Bomotltncs float very goodpoople say: march past' What n spectacle It would bo! tho girl with her fomalo sorvant, nnd the strong. A good many other things the genHock Huven.,., 0.10 .. 12.U4 i. "If 1 had a month or n yoaroi'two to do There go tho hostd of Israel through n tcore oldor boy deliberately aimed at her and shot eral Is said to havo found' out, and so the Tha Brocket! ridno News $1 a yoar Long Branch , 1125.. U.SSaii her dead. Both boys were sent to notliiug but ctUndf to religious things, I of Red seas 0110 of rest 8.30 Braadehburg ,..., U,U ,: would bo a great deal betterthan I mn now," Thero go Cyrus nnd water, tho with of blood. desplto his comrade's and tho maid jail; but photographers will probably txvotno the bete W JUL AWAKE, DZ-rUye'- v servant's nolr pf tbo Belgian Thomas Atkins. Ex his army, iufuriato a'-- K 9.47 Ekron 'i U.35 .. nil iT leer. i.i . mm You ore mistaken; Generally tho bcsfcpooplo yell rejoicing over the fall of tho gateo of testimony, the accused says tho pistol went change. Quatpn 9.58 11.24 IP 5UB5CR1BED aro tho1 busy poodle. 'EllshaVaa' 'plowing in Babylon. Thoro goes Aloxandoi' leading off accidentally. London GJobe, OFFICE 10.08 Irrlngton MM .. tho field whoa tho prophotlo mantle fell forth his hosts and conquering all tho world 1 l.pi ,. 10.17 Web.ter.,., Colds, coughs, br'ouctutia, and all throat on'bliu) Mattholv was "attcndiiig-t- o bis The Tower ol Mlratnbo. Lodibdfgl but himself, the earth reeling with the buttle, 10.27 , 10.53 ., ,.: dutlrcJ'TCileri'' Ohf-is- t FOR' THE YOUNGER YOUNG FOLKS'.' I'ierc'o 'cohimandod gay of Arbelft and Pcrsepolls. Thoro goes , In a letter to tho present writer in May, and lung diseases are effectively treated 10.42 .. ,;:.:.:. .10,42 with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, hhn'to jtolloTT. Jnniar and Johiiiwcro mend- TTefdinand Cortes, leaving his butchered 10.48 1875, Stanley says; Suniple To n'eeleot 10.35 , combination rates with offers ing thoir notj 10 58 10,24 .. Stepbcniport calle ihenftS be tho tnblo lands Onco fragrant with "Mirarabo has become a bugbear to all this the use of proper rem? qjeB for these aiN ntegaibies following tha , flslicrs if tijfir. llud;thoy bceni8oring'irith' , 10.15 .. 11.07 Holt,, Manilla end covered o cr trlUi groves of land. Mothers still their infants' cries with rneiils, is to induce consumption, which is 11,2.1 Cluvorpbrt Ml MCE' FM NTI " ft 9.59.. Bua'Chiitfc would not havo called thoirliiddfl cacao. Thero coca tho groat; French-inai- i, blsdread namo; young lads emulate his great 11,41 , 9,44 .. ...Skillman leaco into tho r.pyatJesulp. G!deotf"wWt of the mortality in llABYLANDfsoccnUaycar), Fotbabyand mamma in the nursery, leading lib r.rmy down through Egypt', deeds, and fan th'ur courage with singing at said to cause one-six$1.30 11.53am ......Hawesvtlle, 9 28.. vllU-th-oflail tea work night of his wars'; and work themselves to a all civilized countries. floor' liko 110 of its plague:, and up through RusOur Little Mek and Women ($1 a )Cu). For youngest readers, i SO Faloor 9.U ., .& 12.081-i- f wueu uc raw tuo nngel, BaUf wh5'rtth'frts4 i sia, liko 0110 cf its own ivy blasts. Youdcr is delirious frenzy, while the elders sit under Vending. tv" Tun PaJj;sv $i a year). For Sunday and week-da12.19 Lowl.pprt 9.01 j60 lauguo uufttiuymp- - iu Jojt? aecej wucif 'JA ' 'the grave trench under tho shadow of the trees in the villago square, nnd convorse 1Z,3U .. BT42, rower.. Senil all wders t thta tvlv ttucitweiin t tkw &tcMtaWMi may 1 MftH, found tho cr6W WIfeiaeL Tiid nrdA.rsofl Thero aro tbo ruins of Delhi and in whispers respecting the Jatejt reports , Pate, 12.50 lt......,M 07 W . .J " would -' Mft rt heard of him. Indeed, I Shall bo glad whon TO NSW 5UBSCIWRJ TO WiDC AWAKE;.- uvs a is.im have ljcVtr havo leformcd nnd wanted1 to Allahabad, nnd yonder are Ihe Inhuman ''And why, do they spell ilX-muuvreuiuoro i.uii ,. Arr.. paT re urnCOtO'hls fMtfyiiotti;3 irmah, the brave regimcuts under Havo-"lock- " I havo put some broad couutrles batween 1.24 Stanley 7.47 -' ? Who take advantac or "Because, my edn, it has 'so many tennot Hrtt .(joivesaati 'fetfathfebrthofi' avenglne tho insulted flatr of Ilrlt-- my camp nnd his. We will thon bo able to 1.84 .. lYortbtbgton ... 7.36.. swlno nVcdlns, Not' wfct-otnfA UUrkH'oa rajii; while cut right through tho heart of my Munaay's Weekly 1.52 traVel in greater 'peace, for, wherever wo go, der recollections." OFFER BEFORE KCOER nnUHrfr' Spottsvlll 7.15 times wll!tf laaynuMi-becam- e 2.01 llatketU.,,. a ChrleilH.., mauve ianti is a ironcn m wjiica tuero 110 one wo are taken for Miratnbo, until lengnnd 7,07 Thoso who havo nothing; o . Lyo 0.50am 2.l5PMArr JN0. D. BABBA6E, EditaJ and Publisher. ..Uoaderaou are in very ,m(!lllun tiorthcrr. and southern dead. Ob, tedious explanations ha.viliiwllivi thn ntnv.n Subsoribefnr the Brkokkkripok NkW3) 1 ,.h.v.,.wv kvuiii9BVTivi mu reweiviuK thtf tears! Qh, thy blood! Oh, tho long of tho natives," P, G. do Fontaine. vAEFTEE' Cholera Cure! x. ROYAl ! ' i! 1 St, Louis, Evansville es 1 ? o POWDER Pure. throo-fourth- SELF-POORIM- d. cr jp A . ( vi& Both-lehe- 50-cen- one.-hundr- ed The Quxl 189Q. J7aJ 3 WX. two-third- CsSssyr SalvaUouOUxnrJufc. I usM.-iso- FREE rt-s- re-llo- cd o. lo Price 25 Ots. a 33OT0?Ii33. Gk TTvT. SHOET Prof. Loisette's MEMORY s TOTIC JKTSFBEa S o' 180O. :JLT: s. The New York Weekly Herald tn-d- ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Is the Best and Cheapest Family Paper in the United States. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. LIIISULLE POST! -- ILLUSTRATIONS. All the News. All the Gossip. Alf the Markets d T3r0JE?jisA:j.rrT02r oin all STJEorEoaS: ', Globe-Democr- at TIME SCHEDULE, irf 11. SUBSCRIBES IN SAVE.MONEY! THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS - COMBINATION WITH !? jfr well-to-d- E BTH for 2.65 jlOaTVEl THIS &Z&&4. &d Rhcu-ChrL- flow-'erii- lg The Breckenridge News r i? th M N. s, W to-d- I pr ot, ft FREE thisciau5, '- CLIrVKKHUKT, KY. InJiV 1 - JZL. 0 mimwm iriimifafffff' . v. ..Mi-Jilfl'"l- " f , ctt4-- - MV-'1''f'- WW . ;Vmrf!f . f ,r Vr i 9VM0 Tf v, . 1 ' ' - rf cuv "' J k Treasurer of M.u. K A. Burk. Louisiana, who got away with $800 000 worth ol Stale bonds, is uow iu UondutaB with $300 000 In hard cash. It may he WEDNESDAY. JANUAHYJ, 1800. " that Mr. Burk ia uot haiikcr'u.i' TnoTdTbABBAQS. alter tho Cnpilnl prize in tlir Louisiana State Lottery, or nnj thing lik thai, but hn I,., SI. I,. &T. l.octtl TIimo Cartl. distanco from 0.69 a.m. Is inclined to keep a rnfe Mall and Exr'O" 8ol"8 East that 11.23 A.m. United Stales authorities, whlto West ii .3l p.n. stolen $300 000 holds out. East Express 46 r.n West H.25 a.m. ' Knit MU1 9.i " Statk ok Ohio, City ov Toi.kdo, 1 ii Wet Lucas County, S. S, TO OUK COItllKSrOKDKSTS. Fiukk J. Cuksky makes oath that he it iK Oct the news and gel all ihe news and tho senior partner of thp Drm of P. J. From Dana's Cuksky & Co., doine business in the City nothing but the news. of Toledo, County nnd Stnto aforesaid, nnd Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. that auid firm will pay tlio sum t.f ONE UUNDIIED DOLLARS for each nnd DEMOCRATIC TICKET. every caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured For County Judge, Thos. Adkliion. by tho use of IIai.i.'b Catarrh Cuhk. FRANK J. CUENEY. For County Attorney, Jndge Milton lioard. Sworn to before mo and subscribed in For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. my presence, this C h day of December, A. For Sheriff, J. 8. DeJernette. Breckenridge News. HARDIHSBURG DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. Re. Duoelson Dowden, of Louisville, was in town last weik. Mrs. H. 8. English, of Stephensporl, is visiting in ihn bottom. A mafqiinrndo parly nt Mis Nellie UNION STAR. Will Miloer is STEPHENSPORT. Nuw write UNPRECEDENTED I ATTRACTION 1 DIBTBIBUTED. S3 at home for the holidajf. it eighteen hundred an v. o.iiAim.ior. Vn1i - Kdllor it lM0 today. Dr. Marshall visited Louisville, CincinMr and Mrs. Taylor Hanks, of Steph For Integrity of its Drawings, and Prompt payment of Its prizes, ensporl, were visiting Mrs. Ricketts last nati nnd other points Eist during the holiAttested as follows: day a. Saturday. " We do hereby certify that we supervise, Miss Leila Goldstein, who is teaching the arrangements B. Severs thinks he got the Mr. Joo for all the Itomthlg and school near Union Star, spent the holidays Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana present in this town, viz: nicest State Lottery Company, and in person at ber home in Henderson. a fine boy. the Drawings themkilling manage and control Messrs, Hilpp and Richardson, of LouisFarmers have been slow about selves, and that the same are conducted D. '8C. ville, were entertained at Mr. D. S. Rich- their hogs on account of the unfavorable with honesty, fairness, and ingood faith For County Sup't of Schools, Jas. W. Miller. A. W. GLEASON, day. weather, Tho few who have killed think toward all parties, and we authorize the ardson's For Jailer, John Slaton. BGAL ttOIMJ Comvanv to use this certficate, with fac they will lose their meat. Messrs Jim and John Cart, having finFor County Assessor, Len Cuibman. similes of our signatures attached, in its visiting advertisements." Miss Sallie Dayis, who has been ished their schools, will be pupils in Mr. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly. Cunningham's school next term. relatives in Garnettsvillo, returned home and acts directly upou tho blood and mu.For Coroner, W. K. Pondleton. Thursday afternoon while Mr, George Sunday, accompanied by Mr. Creed cus surfaces of the sjstem. Send for Mr. Killis Dye, of Lodiburg, came over free. Judge Woolfolk bought five gold watches Casbman's son, Lish, was examining a Hayns and sister, Miss Fannie, aud Mr. Isaac Shelby, Jr , grandson of presents. gun it was accidentally discharged and J. Dooley. F. J. CUENEY & CO., Toledo, O. last Friday to attend the entertainment. from E H. 8helluian for Shelby, shot and killed his man !n a Prof. Weldmau and wifo are having BSSrScld by Druggists, 75 cen'u The youug folks were given a social Miss Uatlie Grinnell still remains as the contents entered his thigh, producing saloon fight at Junction City, Ky. Commlasloiiers, parly at Mrs. Barl. Beard's Monday night. editress of tho society column in the Meade an ugly flesh wound. Dr. Goldstein, ot Shakespeare readings twice a week for the GOSSIP. Stephensporl, came up and dressed the benefit of some of their more advanced We the undersigned Banks and Bank' Judge Joseph Lewis, Frankfort, Ky., was News. It is believed that C. K. Silcott, the wound. pupils. These readings are highly enter err. will pay all Pritts drawn in the Louisin town last week and registered nt Mc-(- 1 Quito n freak in nature has been disWashington defaulter is in the vicinity of Miss Jennie Herly. ol New Albany, opent Lotteries which may be preMr. S. E. Matttngly and Mrs. Rebecca talning as well as instructive. We hope iana State ill's hotel. Montreal. A reward of $5,000 is offered covered by Botno boys in the West eud, in several days with Miss L.Uian Lewis last sented at our counters. toe interest hitherto manifested will conConner were quietly married at the resi It seems that the Mr. James Robards lost several thousand week. for his capture the shape of a rabbit. U. M. VAIiM8iaJX, PrcB. Louisiana of the bride en Christmas eve. Mrs. tinue. National Hank. animal in nbout the size of a Texas jack-rabb- it pounds.of meat last week, caused by the been suffering a dence Mrs. J. II. Ditto has Miss Uigbee'a novel, "In God'sCountry" PIEKItC liANAUX, Proa. State Na- Conner's maiden name was Barnes. We Tin: News keeps of. en house today nnd but having a faco like the ordinary warm weather. great deal from bronchial trouble this tlonal Bank. were not remembered in tho distribution is a very pleasing story. We believe she The extends a cordial invitation to all patrons rabbit of Kentucky underbrush. Mr. J. I. Hall and C. Owen, Ruck Lick, winter. nALDWIH, ProK, IMoiv OrlcanB Colonel A. o'ur columns or bunch of hair growinu on the fetlock has of cake, but we wish them a pleasant might write something better. to call. Whether you read National Hank. were in town Saturday, and registered at Judge Lewis, candidate for Judge ot future. KenRansom ia a fair specimen of tho old Gill Li KOIIN Prca. Union National arc mixed up in the same political mill, is crown to a lencth of several inches and the Uuckeby hou'e. tho Court of Appeala was in town last tucky slave holder and blue grass Block llank. immaterial with us. Come up and get ac- tho hair on its back Is long ami wavy, Mr. C. U Kerr and J. L. Hunt came up Thursday. lover; aud thoso fine bloods are sometning GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING MOOLEYVILLE. quainted at the beginning of this New parting on the top and hanging down on from Cloverport Saturday nod are stopping A maiquernde dance at Mr. C. G. More- to be proud ol, especially when driven on Our inYear. In the Academy of Music, NewOrleans each side as it does on a sheep. at the Uuckeby house. men's tonight. The folks are expecting a Born to the wife of Preston Stiff last those fine pike. Tuesday, January 14, 1890. formant sa j a also, that it has an impediMr, V, B. Burton came up from Clover graud time. Monday, a fine boy. The South seem to bo in a bit of ill luck. ment in Us speech, and when it goes out Capital Prize, $300,000. entertainThe Constitutional Convention. Only a few days ago one of her greatest lor a stroll, walks with its feet in mid air. port last Saturday to attend the Mr. Barnie Parr was the guest of Miss The miaeltoe party givon at Mra. Green's Already the people are taking great in- 100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars ment at the court-housKIO: Quarters .l; largely attended and all hod Mnttie Thursday. and scholars, pas- The animal we understand is not on young orators.Btatesmen each. Ilnvels X last week was 'a'cHths a; ivemlcihsai. terest iu the propossd convention to form Track laying on the Hardinsburg spur a delightful lime. sed over the river of death, leaving a void Mr. George Egart has thirty barrels of LIBT OV FBIZKS. a new Constitution for Kentucky, and The cars will run was returned Monday. that she caunot fill soon. Truly Henry . 1 CAPITAL PHIZE OF $100,OuO..$300,GOO brandy to ship this week. The young folks tripped the 'Might fanmany good men have been suggested as days, 1 UKAND PRIZE OF 100,000.. 100,000 W. Grady was a great man and the new Madam rumor has it that ubout January through to Irvington in a few tastic toe" nt Mrs. O. G. Moremeu's one Mr. Tom Bandy was the guest of Miss delegates. Among those who have figured 1 GRAND 1MUZK OF o0,U0O 50,000 South and her kindred States have reason 8th, hymen will preside again in the city, Mr. Morris Eakridge amused a number evening last week. 2.1,000 1 LAKQE PHIZES OF 25,000.. Julia Cunningham to day. prominently in public affairs who have be sorrowful. to 20,000 10,000.. 2 IiAltUU PHIZES OF and another of our young ladies will suf- cf children at his home Christmas night Mr. Lee Morgan and Miss Bettie Dugan Mr. Bill Solbrig spent Sunday and Monbeen conspicuously mentioned as delegates 5 PRIZES OF 5,000.. 25,000 The gentleman in by giving some magic lantern views. fer the usual penalty. were married last Christmas eve by Rev. day with Miss Frankie Livers. " 1,000,. 25,000 25 nre J. Proctor Knott, The wealth of Kentucky, says the case comes from the lone star State. Beard aud Miss SarclrBell Donaldson Dowden. SOU.. 80,000 Mr. Richard " 100 J. A. McKenzie, Miss Nora Wight has returned home Hewitt, has increased seventymillious of 300.. 60,000 " 200 were married at the residence of the of the Treaaury Milton J. Durham, Hon. Dr. Will Pusey, of Louisville, was down after a few months stay near Cloverport. 230.. 100,000 600 '' dollars, and yet our tax rule is not any bride's parents near this city last Tuesday. several days of last week on a visit to his with APPROXIUATIOIf raizes. The loading of a skiff John S. Rhea, Capt. James Blackburn, Cbirst-ma- s larger now than twenty years ago. 'Well There was quite a crowd in town . $50,000 1C0 Prises of $500 are.. Mrs. J C. Petue bad the members of her father and relatives. a short distance above the bridge atHon. David R Murray, what about the Tate defalcation and the 100 Prises of $300 are eve. Fine music and a grand sere$30,000 class at her reB'dence liiBt ThursSunday school John Young lirown, John T. Dasbaw, Ren 20.000 100 Prltes of $200 are Miss Lena Drury, Bewleyville, spent the nade. increase of pauper counties. Whose pay- tracted u good deal of attention last with week and give each of them n nice Cbritt-aiB- 3 Thrminxl Pbizkb: Johnson, Senator Tevis, Mr. Wil latter part of last week with her sister, ing for that. Democratic stalwarts bad day. It was intcretiug to observe 99.900 099 Prises of 100 are Aunt Julia received several nice Christ treat. what a delicate touch and with what gentle bur Dronder, and many otheis. 99i) Prises of 100 are 99.900 Mrs. John F. Frakes. better not lay it on too thick, just yet. mas presents, bho is much delighted with L!z-zi- e fingers the men hcudled the somewhat Tbe present Constitution was formed by Misses Beilie and Maggie Bowmer, Dave Henry, Irvington, was in, town last them. $1,054,808 a bjdy ol the ablest men ever assembled 3,134 Prizes, amounting to Skillmun and Annie Wittcoruoup from Thursday, and reports everything moving Tiikre was about the usual number of sensativo stuff, and that its rest might not Note Mr. June Mattingly ia spending Christ be disturbed on its voyage to Uawesville, Cloverport Inst Friday night to attend the in State Convention, and tho people should not entitledTickets drawing Capital Prizes' are' drunks, fights and knock downs on Christto tortnlual Prizes. a long nicely down there. mas with his sister, Mra. Bertha Mattingbed of straw was prepared, upon which entertainment. ' see to it that the ablest men in the State ' mas, but the most disgraceful disturbance a AGENTS WANTED. Miseltoe suspended in the parlors is ly, of this place. to pillow the heads ol the cans containing be selected to form th fundamental law is reported from a poiut near Shawnee-towCountry produce wanted at Witt's. young And the f very common up here. Mr. Joe Stewart is boarding in town, we (or tbe government of one of tbe leading pTFor Club ratos,orany further information this harmless ani unresisting compound III. While the distribution of presMr. John Lewia, Prof. Scott and Miss men are crying Oh, Mama. write Observers wondered why pedestrians crosshave the best of music every night, many Commonwealths ot the American Union. desired, stating legibly to the undersigned, ents from a Christmas tree was going on Nora Smith made up the orchestra for the your residence, with KUteJ clearly The candy pulling given at Mr. John wishes are expressed tbat he will remain In this connection it is well enough to reing the bridge nnd stopping to see what County, Street and Number. Morerapid riiurn among the children in the church, some ertertuinraent, and their music was much mail delivery will be assured by your enclosHay's last Thursday night was largely at least as long as he will continuo to play mind the Legislature that is to assemble drunken parties present fell out, drew was going on suddenly hurried on as if enjoyed. ing an Envelope bearing your full address, and a very ei joyable affair. every night. at Franklort a few days hence that every their pistols and knives, and the fight be- their reaching a point in the extreme end & Cj,, awarded the coutract ' B. F. Beard . IMPORTANT. Bub Moremen has returned home fiom Lucy O' Bryan, a little girl about twelve day they remain in session alter the call came general The children were set of town was a matter ol life and death. for the erection of their bank building to e Atomi J". A. DAUPHIN, he has been years old had her foot badly scalded. It lor a convention is adopted, represents ao Southern Kentucky, where wild with fright, and several parties were New Orleans, I.n,', Work will begin imMr. ClByton Beard. engaged in the railrond' business for the is to be hoped it will not prove to be so much filched from the State Treasury. orJI,A.AUriUK, D.O. seriously hurt. ;' Certainly a good maxim is, "Never de- mediately provided the weather is favorWasbiiitrtoii, Louisville Times. last year. bad as it is now thought to be, able. Br ordinary lotter, containing Moxsr Obdkk It was reported in railroad circles last spair." Persistence some times accomissued by all Express Companies, New York Miss Julia Ditto entertained some of MibS Maggie Stiff, near this pla:e is The entertulnment given at the Court-hous- o l.odiro Notice. week that the McCrackens had sold out the plishes wonders, as has just been demonExchange, Draft pr Postal Note. Wi her friouds at dinner Christmas day in visiting (Jloverport. She is at present Saturday evenings last Friday-anstrated by the signal Bcryico of this city. L. St. L k T. to the L. & N. Close inStated meeting, of Breckenridge Lodge oh Currency sent us by Express of $5 or over. of Messrs. Reea and Halton, of stopping at Mr. Tom Stiff's. The proceeds went honor quiry into the matter however, discloses The cold wave flag has waved gracefully was a grand success. No. Gl, Knights ol Pythias, will be held in Address RegistGrci Letters to Columbus, O. Mr. Milton Board was in town lost Frifrom its exalted pinnacle oo the school for the benefit of the Brass Band, and there the fact that there was no truth in the their hall (Uabbage's Block), this WednesMEW OIILKANS NATIONAL BANK, Mr. Clarence Parson, Engineer for the day, alio Mr. Jim B.ggs, of Union Stur Over one McCracken and Company have building for the past ten days. Entirely was a full house each night. rumor. day evening at 7:110 o'clock. A full atNew Orleans, La, down last and Mr. Jacrett, of Stephensport. Kentucky Rock Gas Co , was rain and to the sunshine it hundred dollars was realized above expenone of the best paying roads in the State indifferent to tendance desired. Visiting Knights cor REMEMBER that the payment of all prises week, at Long Branch looking after their has held forth that soon we would have ses and this puts the baud in good finan Christmas is over and the little folks are dially invited to attend. IsCiUARANTEED B? FOUR NATIONAL They have also a polite and accommodatwork in that neighborhood. BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tlokots are triMuch credit is due Manager delighted, as old Santa waa more liberal cial chape. ing set of oQitiers, who are making busi- colder weather, and now witness its G. W. Shout, C. C. signed by the President of an Institution, Mr. A. W. Thompson, of Louisville, reumph Tho cold has come, aud all owing Monroe for tho very excellent program bo with bis many and costly presents left on ness lor the road every day and putting F. L. Boyd, K. of R & S. pro tern. whose chartered rights are recognized In the highest Courts; therefore, beware of any imitamoney into the pockets ol McCracken it to the persistent stand taken by the flag. had arranged for the amusement of our turned home Monday after severol days that night. tions or annonyinoua schemes. Every character in the play was viaist to "Hill of Glory," guest of Misses Cuurc.1 Notes. It may be that the Hag will insiet upon people. Co. No person is better aware of Ibis than ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest Phksuyteisun Ciiurtcii Sunday School Addie G Ditto and Anno B Saunders. W. V. McCracken, and the L. & cold weather throughout the entire winter, well selected, and the young gentlemen President An Advertising1 Luiv, part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US 9.00 a, m. The goneral but as to the ultimate success of this plan, and ladies were at their best. In any Drawing. Anything In our name of N will be required to put up pretty liberalTho Carlisle Mercury and it ia not every Sunday, Js. Montgomery, of Preaching by Rev. J, H. Morrison each fered for less than a Dollar is a swindle. will probably repeat one of the manager of the Consolidated Gas Co, was Alone demands tbat the Legislature of course wo ennnot say. Having o telely bef re sbo scoops in the L St. L & T. shall Sunday morning nt lO.'OO. scope, however, we will keep our neighplays at April court or perhaps earlier. e'o vn h s week attending to shooting their enact an advertising law next session Tuesday night prayer meeting 7:30, by got a very which will enable the public to know what I.' a communication form Uardinrbuig, bors posted as to the weather indications. The L. H. & W. has reached the town at well on the Miller place. They NOW HEADY t oQicers of the church. Judge John Allen Murray is suggested, as is to be sold and why, and when and GRAND CHRISTMAS DOUBLE NUMBER last. We will begin to appreciate It fully nice well or a suitable person to represent the county Mr. C. M. Bullitt, who has introduced when a nice depot is put up and two or Several of the boys aro wearing very where and by whom. The old style of Services at the Methodist church. Sunii the State Constitutional Convention. natural gas into his res'dence, saya it more trains come and go daily, and when serious looking marks from the effects of postjng four written notices of a sale is THE NEWYQRK FASHION BAIAB. 11 a. m. and 7 p. m,, by the pastor. Certainly the Nus will heartily endorse works like a charm and he would not bo there is a hum of business on the line. shooting Roman candleB night. I equivalent to prohibiting competition to days Sunday School Sunday lh.10 a. in , by PRICE 60 CENTS. Judge Murray as being a very ca; able man without it for any reasonable sum cf This will not be but a short time undoubt- think one of the young men will carry a the irjury aud loss of tbe debtor and credBrScDscuirTioH $3.00 na Ysun. Sup?, A. A, Simons. His superior knowledge money for the position All I have to do in the mornini, edly, as Mr McCracken understands the scar on tho side of his luce aud neck the itor. TnK cnnisTius numdih contain Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p. m. of law and hia extensive acquaintance with Buys he, is to roll out of Led and in two situation. The business ia here now ready rest of his days. But tbe old objection, and the one A MAGNIFICENT CHROJIO SUPPLEMENT OP Rev. W. C. Brandon, Paator. public affairs, makes him particularly minutes I have a good Gn and my room to move when the gentleman gives the MEISSONIER'S OREAT PAINTING, produced as convincing is, that the Returning from the caudy pulling at the "FR1EDLAND: 1807," valuable as a candidate. Moreover hisidaB comfortable It gives the most satisfac- word. It ia very natural tbat the com- Misses Hay last Thursday. Dr. Pusey's b.ll is for the benefit of the newspapers, Regular services IteprPKPntlnir Napoleon nt the zenith of his clnrj-a- t CumsTUN Church as to tho changes that should be made in tion, said he, to our cook, who is perfectly munity feels a deep anxiety about this the llattloor Frirdlond. From the original pictwagon turned over and the occupants, ten It benefits the newspapers to the extent of overy Sunday afternoon at tbe residence ure now In the Metropolitan Miisomn of Art, Kf v framing a new Constitution, are such ns carried away with it She has no trouble matter. Bt a long number of years they in number, were sloshed into the mud, but a few adveatisemeuts a year, but the beneof W. A. Emberton. Subject for January York, for which $00,000 were paid nt the famous " ' tho people of his county think we would with it whatever, but is relieved of all the have h id to travel to the river in spriug fortunately nobody was hurt. The horses fit to the parties interested in procuring a Stewart sale. 5th, "The Rich Man and Lazaru." David generally approve. The wagoiiB and buggies, over a very broken ran off and done damage to themselves fair price for the property Bcized under ex- StancIifT, E'der. worry cf keeping up a fire with coal "It U the leading fiuditnn publication on HiIr continent, and ia nn doubt the clienmit."-7Vii- ro ecution would vastly more than compenheat is always the Barae. and a gocd meal country; before they could begin a jourSum. and waron. Rovv J V. Gregory, the new county Mil Henry W. Grady, cf the Atlunta can bo gotten up in a very short time and ney. Now that they are to have the cars sate for tl e trilling cost of publication. evangelist, will begin hia work in tbia :li on 1 irxn nr Constitution, died at his home in Atlanta, most satisfactory to the housekeeper. The advertising law in force in this countamed 8imultAUeounly (n brought so close, that upon a mouients county ut Tar Fork Christian church SunTourUtH NEW YORK AND P,1!H. Ga , last week. Mr. Grudy was one of tho try, meets with the decided approbation if day morning, January Gth at 11 o'clock. " notice they can step aboard and be comWhether on pleasuro bent or business It It tho mo complete perlollnil for Dressleading newspaper men of the South, as every one at all conversant with its work fortably installed to travel any distance, is makers in tlia world, and lliw most iminlar FhxIi Aa long as real estate owners hold their should tako on every trip a bjttlo of Syrup Ion Magazine for mother and litaiU of fa.i.llli-- . well as one of her most prominsut and ings. And where an advertising law ia thing tbat nts hardly looked for a lots at ?8 and $10 a foot when they are on'y a of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and efAlthough but Yet such is the case, or leading J oung statesmen. few yean back. THE CHRISTMAS NUMBER 18 SUPERBLY not in force tho objections will in nearly worth half that amount or less, this town fectually on tbe kidneys, liver and bowels, ILLUSTRATED. thirty-seve- n years ol age, Mr Grady, had in a few days. A man if he is e7ery instance, be found to come from grow and a dozen machine it will be so ,A BEAUTIFUL COLORED WINTER FASIHOX- will uever preventing favors, headaches and other stirring In his affairs can take the through his extraordinay talents and his shops speculators on the watch for bargains nt PLATE. When Ilaby wa side, wo gave her Caatoria. like the L , St. L. & T V won't help brisk or forms of sickness. For sale in 00c and ABItlLI.IANTCOVER PLATE orCIIILDUi:NS morning tinin for Louisville, attend to his extensive knowledge of public events ac- us. an ucadvertised sale. When she was a Child, alio cried for Caslorla. WINTER SUITS. The idea of asking $500 for a lot $1 00 bottles by nil leading druggists. It was listed busineesend return and bewith hia family a quired a national reputation. Rut there aro other matters than those When she becomo Miss, she clung to Castorts. at less than $100 is wirse than The platen and engravliiFs contained In Ih'n is.cettulnly much preferable through one of his public speeches made affecting private interests at judicial tales number embrace When she bad Children, alio gave them Castorla. mossbackism and will kill any town. Our nieht. This Our New Koad-IHasfe- r. F.VBMNQ AND BitX, CoxTfUKS, WlNTFIl OVKIiOAtC which ahould be given to the public. The in New York city a few years ago, tbat people trust lower their sights on real es- to taking a Heat in a spring wagon, and bo HINT. VlMTIKa AND BCCKPTIDN OoW.Ml, WINThe Courier Journal says: General Sup- accounts of tho receipts and disbursements continually annoying the driver with a his name became familiar to the people of TER Bonnets and Hath, Si'Ith nut Hoys M. McCracken, of the of every county oflizer, the tsx)s and fees Mr. Grady had tate. ''whoop 'em up it, I'm in a hurry," erintendent A. this country generally. and Oibiji, Capkh, Chatk, Qi'imkh, Louisville, St. Louis and Texas rallroac', received, the amounts paid to the State just returned from a trip to Boston, where Whips, Jackets, Mcrrs, anii C'ov or something like that. ' .il f ...: n 1..1 mo n..: of tho most enthusiastic marons in announcing ahould all bo published. Tbe accounts One no BBoes unless Saturday last issued a circular tumes run au. Occasions, Km- K ne ntteiiucu uubiuco mcu Liiiucr uuu W.I., Hope. CAUTION Tnke ore auttnpeu on the Tho Invalid BIIOIDEIIV PATTEUMl, ETC. price by bis oration, when the this city is Mr. C W. Moorman, He is at tho appointment of Mr. E. W. Satterwhite concern the public's property, bit they won new honors cannot supply Ton, bottom. If tho dealer enclosing Many seemingly Incurable cases of blood NEW BTOnlEH nv advertised send direct to factory, futal malady which caused his death seized the top notch of the order and delights in pulton, catarrh, scrofula and rheuinatlim have to bo Roadmaster, succeeding Mr, F-- U are a seeled book except by personal inMRS. ALEXANpER, JOHN BTHANCIE WINTER,. & ? being there. He was present at the great been cured ly U. It. I), (liolanlo Blond Balm), Ililchcock, who resigns to take service lth spection, rarely made, and when made, prim. Hix death is a great loss to the him, MR. W. E. NORRI3, made by th Blood Italia Co., Atlanta, Oa, another line. conclave held at Washington lint SeptemMr. Satterwhite' a appointHjuth. " necessarily in a hurried manner. And iu " Anew continued story br Ihe author of "Ills Write to tli ota for book filled with convincing ment goes intotlfect with the new year, nnd brought home with him many ber Wedded Wife," , and a splendidly IllustlrtUd Nicholas, they aro n sealed book to everyproof. Christmas Story, entitled Mkktiox was made in these columns handsome eouvenirt of the occasion and on the same date Mr. Hitchcock will body, according lo the Mercury, which has II. V. B. Haider, living seven miles from "JIMOF.TIIEWIHM.,, "For several ytars lint-fcreMr, va'nly tried to get at tho Clerk's books list week of n colony of settlers desiring Nearly every lodge in the country is rep- Athens, da., writes ulcers, which doctors treat- d leave for his future headquarters. with running The Bazau Editorial Department I full of bright Hitchcock haj been with ihe Clover Leaf and-ba'o locate on son e of he highlands of this resented In his collection, and it is quite ed and prononnced Incurable. A single bototlVred, In the interest of the pub-larticles by various contributors. Mus Stowkm. lias an Intereitlng: article on Novelties for Chrint. county, provided the owners would offer interesting to take n look through them tle of It, II. II. did me more good than all tbe line since its establishment, and has dono to publish the accounts gratis. mag. Mas. Drvan-Iuan article on Elizabeth op-- He says it was one (T the most delightful doctors. I kept on uilng It and all tbe i leers Barrett Browning. All Die regular department tho lands At a fair price. Here is an a great deal toward building the physical A good advertising law would, before healed." are repleto with cholco aud seasonable rending porlumty to bring settlers into our midst trips he ever made, meeting as he did D. 0. Klnnrd & Son, Towallga, da., writes : condition of the road to Its present excelthree months jf operation bo commend itItiaiicr. if we desire it. It is a gencrully conceded prominent men from cverr state in tho 'We Induced a neighbor to try 11. I). B. for lent condition. His successor, Mr Satter- self lo the public as to bo cause for wonder Mas. Awoe Wauier writes: " I nm a thought Incurablo, as It bad catarrh, which he and I have boucht Tn e New Yon Fabric company as an A 1 that It wa so long dispensed with. Cov fact that theie are hundreds of acres of Union, reslited all treatment. It delighted liliu, and white, comes to the Bazar every month for the past four years. I could not do without It. The faehlons are the hnd in our county that will answer the continuing It; use be was cured sound and man in every respect. ington Commonwealth. very latest." . purpose ol this inquiry if we but let them Speaking' of natural gas in houses, a well!" M. Lawion, East Point, Oa., writes: U. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE I be known. Such lands as are desired are prominent Mende county farmer says he "My wife bad scrofula 15 years, tSho kept A AVaudrliiK A rub and a. NianWn -.llaHomc Officers, Price 3 00 a Year. those that our farmers have turned out and has as mucjh trouble ,in getting his boys up growing worse. She lost ber hair and her Truckman Win 20,(M)0. Cloverport Lodge F, and A. M. elected Anr person sending; 93 far n rrnrs nub. skin broke out fearfully. Debility, emaoiatlon for cultivation, They are pracdeem unlit scrlpllon will receive the beimlful Christ Two tickets void in thif city for tho Ocin the' morning to start a fire as he did and no appetite followed. After physicians the following officers last Friday night: A nine G'uromo HHlement of nielnaiiler'j tically ol little value, so far ns producing when he used wood. Says he, , my boys and numerous advertised medicines (allett, I tober diuwing of the Louhiana State LotB. Skillmaii, worshipful matter; S. R. trreat palming, "I'rledlandi 1807." Urge crops are concerned, but to these will lie in bed and quarrel over wliir.b shall tried II. II. B., and ber recovery was rapid tery drew big prizes. The lucky ticket senior warde i ; Geo. O, Harris, Tho followlnstPremlumste CASH wlH be given colonists, whose object is to raise fruits get up and strike a match and turn on the and oomiileto," Baltimore, Md., wrltesi "I holders were Hania Mohammed, one of OKNTLEMKN. to parttas Beudlefc us subseripWoss: OllrerSecor, junior warden ; A, R. Fisher, treasurer; Fine Clf Hewry X.eed Grata sad Creed, B, tho Arabian jugglers, and Anthony Soraer-viand vegetables for trarket, they can le gB. suffered from weak back and rheumatism, For Five subscribers, one ysr, at $8.80 a waleraroof. J. D Gregory, secretary ; C. W, Moorman tfieer nw is u vonn. Exjunluehlji 'STR. wewillglve..... U. B. has proven tu bo the only medicine that made to answer the purpose, provided tho who docs the trucking of Hawley & eeni'jr deacon ; D. R Murray, junior deaHANU-BCWSFor Tsn subscribers, one year;.,., ..... 7 to. is.fHi tiKtm UIN CBUCi gave me relief." " Twenty " " IB 0. Salve are not put loo high. These peoprises Ilucklou! Arnica : S rtYrVlOB AND Hoops, confectioners, 271 Mu'beuy at con and J C. Purler, lyler. A public In: ::;.::.::; FAKWf wF jfJoK. :: r ;: EX' ple want to come and make their home The best salve in the world for cuts " Mohammed held Zspy of ticket stallation of tbe above officers will be held m. SAW. IlHiveavllc' VlirUlmaa fllft. WORK! t UtHi. TU HOYH' SfmtJOf. SlUOKfl ' Fifty ,., GO nlul with us, nnd by their economy and labor bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever " On HuftdreX subeerifeefs, out year. WSX. T The Uawesville gai well after struggling 71,323 drawing second capital prize of Rome time in this month or next All lit OvasTeM, Button sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, " " TbeuMMt 99, " ' , 750 00. -. add something lo the wealth of our counheld by Soaieitva finally' $100 000. Tbe ticket corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive- down to a depth of I COO feet has VAnd for Wrffer ntimWrs lo proportion, ty. This oeems to be an important inis given up tho struggle, with no gas, no oil, was number M.fc'GG and drew ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It Send remlttanett byPoetaJ Money Order, 1.75 BKOK FOR MI88K8. to Judge Murray, and any guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or no notbln deep bole in the of the" first capital prize of $300,000 i.The .ABdthrwe troubled with uemMMm Teeultlrtf 'teptin' a quiry addressed Letter, or Clwclc. and AddressQKOHGE MUNRO, Price 25 cents per box. ground, and another one In tbe stockholof our county men who feel an inierwt in monev refunded. money came through Wells, Fargo & Co.'s from oro or o crwork wl be relieved by taking Muhro's Pubushino Hoes, And that's what they got Jtrown'H Iron, lilttert. Genuine For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky,, der's pockets. & the matter csn U Ml, "Iv.sed by calling Express. New York Pally News, Nov. 9. mid red lines on wr&pper, baa tmdtfinsrU P. O. Box S751. l7to!TVaiUwaUr8t.,NrY, for a Christmas gift. Cannelton Inquirer, ci as X-m- as X-m- for bargain.. Bottom prices on goods nt Witt's. Green's Tuesday nigh'. Jolly went to Frankfort last Mr. Henry Bell, of Guston, was Jn town Hon. Tice several day's last week. week. Mr. Skinner has noved bis fomily to Tom D. Mcintosh came up from 0ens-bor- o the city. to spend holidajs There will be n hop at McQ Ill's hotel toMr. F. Ditto, ar , spent the holidays with morrow night. his children at his old home. Drop in nt Witt' eaily nnd securo a Misn Annlo Hny is down from Louisville birgaiu today (pending n few Juys at homo. Tho largest assortment of good In town Col. D. W. Fairleigh is in New York at at J. A. Witt'B. tending to some legal business. Mr. James St. Clair nnd wife, Webster, Mr. Phillip Foushee and Miss Ritchie are visiting in tho city. were married labt Christmas eve. The band realized obout$P25 from their Miss Addie G. Ditto gave a reception in two evenings entertainment. honor ot Miss Anna B. Saunders. Mr. Thomas Withers and wife Mr. Charlie Troutroan, of Bardstown, several days in town last week, spent several days at Mr. A. Morcmeu's. Miss Annie Gardiner waa here visiting Mim Emma D. McGehee entertained a her mother during the holidays. few ol her young friends Saturday night. A number ol people went out Monday The Misses Bawling) had a few of thiir to watch track laying on the spur. friends to eat turkoy with them Sunday. (lo to J. A. Win's This has been ns quiet a Christmas at we ever know. Dr. Marshall, of Siephensport. was in town last Satin il ly. Miss Sallie Richardson spent two or three days in Louisville lately. Mrs Nancy Cart gave a quilling and ninety. Mr. J. Stephens, of (Vrhy, ,Ind , was ! town Sunday. Everybody has been bluo haeauso Christ mas was not white. Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated by the Legislature in 1808, for durational and Charitable purposes and Its franchise was made a part of the present State Constitution In 187V,by an overwhelming popular vote. party last Friday and Friday night. All cf our merchants have been nt Louisville since our last batch of items. Miir Kit'y Chappell and a lady friend were visitors at Mr. .las. Chnppella last week The small boy has hnd enough laugh to do him until the next circus. Mr. and Mrs. J. Bennett made n llytug trip to Louisville last week. Mr. Will English and J. T. Mllner spent Saturday and Sunday in town. The distillery htre, which has been closed 'or n time, Iiub again opened. take place fecial - AitmiHlly. Juno and December. ana lis UIUND SINOlii: IMJMllV.U DICAW-INK- S lake place on each of the oilier In the ten months public, year, and are nil al ttie Academy draivn InNuw OrlcnilN, I. a, JH utile, of FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS ITS MAIHITIOTll DUAWIKCS '& f f.JZ y e. ' v. nitro-glyce-ri- o fc V n, ed -- '' d nt fr X-ra- ns vs dn l. te. ml x EKCKMANK-CHATBIA- a b, TPiBalssm! dress-malie- r, ' . . -- c W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE. . J' a, ,, th $3&2SHOESLrJ.tt. d 1 1 - upon him. i y 'i crel Bowmer Eambleton. w nan ssssszaaa IPPHINilHHNIIIMMPV9iPMInP Jji'm w afrnai WM 8Bf..,,.Hftr TjT".1'1 . . ly.u yy, .IllJiljlAJmiJ t'omonul. I'jj" swwflWB III kwrii upqs .BErB irfSiJT- Babbogo's is Iicndqtiotlcrs for groceries Big cut Iu overcoats and cloaks at Sul-zer- s'. t 02?TI$ Both tho method and resulU when Syrup ofFiga is taken; it ia pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta cently yetproraptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevors and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrecablo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figa is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any refiablo drugpist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. EilVJOYS wjw.h iMWh Tho now. at thin..' out next to Hid New Year is Sulr.ers' stock. V' "Butch" Sawyer has the contract for painting (he roachino shops. "All's well that ends well." Every man is well ended iu our shoes Snlzers Tho old year is dead, but Sulzcrs are more alive tban ever at th old stand. Tte L.ouisvllle, Uardinsburg and Western want COO tie makers immediately. Mr. M. L. Williams has bsen appointed postmaster nt Gnrnelttville, Meade county. Mr. William Sjlbrig is In tbe c t.r. J. II. Quiscnburry won in town 'llmrH-du- y. SLIGHTLY DISFIGURED I Judge Murray wei.t to Louisville Monday, Judge J, S. Wilkerson was in town this week. Mr E A K ssuui Is in town for a few days. But still In the ring. The tremendous rush on our stock of superior Clothing for tho past two weeks has made a considerable hole In It Nevertheless, we have still a very complete assortment or Hen's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, In Suits, Trousers and Overcoats-- all our own manufacture, and since we commenced a reduction In prices for the holiday season, we do not feel liko going back to our regular prices, as we fully Intended to do. Wo ohall, there fore, continue our popular scale oflow prices In force until further notlco-Wtake this occasion to again remind the people of this city and vicinity that we do not sell Eastern-mad- e Wo do not consider it reliable, nor Clothing worth tho prlco the customer pays for it. Wo prefer to manufacture our enand satisfactory work, tire slock right here at home, thus insuring first-claand, besides, giving employment to hundreds of our own people, and leaving the money to circulate at home. Como to us for honest Clothing at exceedingly tow prices. Como to us for real bargains. Our stock must be further reduced, and the past two or three weeks havo' convinced us how to do It. BSTNoflco our window display for spcolal prices. e ss Happy New Year! You want a happy new year. ITmi - 9 You can have it. - w f3 Judge N. McMercer flpent Saturday in town. Miss Leola Tatar is visiting at Mrs. Mi BEGIN THE YEAR Right, and you will go right. i K J5j - R. R Thero is nothing small about President, V. V. McCracken. Ho prescutcd every man employed in his office with a $10 gold piece for an Mrs. U. C. lUwIings and Mr. J. T. Ditto, of Brandenburg, will please accept the thanks of the News for a bountiful supply of good things for Christmas It is Baid that a plant of some kind should always bo kept in a room wb'ere there is n piano. The moisture therefrom will keep the Instrument from getting too dry. Monday, 1'nrco icnt fo I.otiisvillo j. C W. Fowler spent his liolidnjs in Cincinnati, W, S. Bowraer returned fro-Owensboro yesterday. Miss Mary Allen is visiting friends at Hopkinsville. Iw fi, I i BY TRADING' . "M i . "J U D C, Moorman, of Rock Lick, was in town Thursday. Mrs. Leigh Isaics, of Stephensport, was WITH SULZER'S You will begin economically and economy will help you pave money f it 8AN FBAHCISC), LOUISVILLE, KY. CAL. HEW YORK, It.Y. FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. Wo are antnorited to announce ill a Candidate for Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to the action of Democratlo State Convention. GRORGEH. MADDEN, FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. We ore authorized to announce Loutirllle. ai a of the City Judge of the Court of Appeali, (object to the action of the Democratic party of the Third Appellate District. for JOHN ROBERTS, candidate or We are nutboriied to announce to tho office of as a candidate for Judgoof the Court of Appeals, Bubject to the JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, action of the Democratic party. Dr. J. T. 3AKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURG, ICY. $& Office on Brick Corner. Breckenridge News. WEDNE8DAY. LOCAL JANUARY 1. 1890. BltEVITIES. Notice thc.lubcl on your pniior and co U your time expire tills month. after Tho date in givenappeum your name only after In red Inlr, and (hone names ivlioao time expire during tho current nioittli. We hoper promptly. all will renewnow I only Kcincni-be1.00 per the price year If paid strictly In advance. Stop at the Imngton Hotel, Itvington, Ky, ' llemnants go last before invoice at Sul-zer- s'. Don't forget the entertainment at Fish- ' i" vtaf l '" .. ...i :, 1 ?U ,r 4 Quite a "surprise" greeted the pastor, superintendent, teachers and scholars of the Elm street Sunday school at the church lastWednesday in the way of numer ousand hundsome gifts. Tho occasion was a very pleasant one interspersed, as it was, with singing and entertaining and nppro-sria- te remarks by Prof. R. E. Woods, Rev. W. 0. Brandon and Mr. A. A. Simons. There wero many joyous little hearts made Smith & Buzby carried out thirty-seve- n men Monday night to work on the Hap glad by the kind rememberanccs of the dinsburg branch. They hove hauled out good Bisters of the church who are ever nearly 200 men daring the lust month for ready and willing to provide a nice surprise for the little ones, The children of this road. the Presbyterian school were also treated Jimmy Wheeler has a force of men at to a bountiful supply of good things for work cleaning off the grounds out at the Christmas. Tar Springs, preparatory to erecting the Moj. O. W. Fowler has been nppointod new building. Mr. Hudson is superintendManager of tho National League of Stato tho work for the company. ing Teachers Bureaus for this State, with his Marshal John Woolfulk, of Stepher.Bport, beadquarterr in this city. The business of wrjtes tho News from Qrandview, Iod., the. League is to provide teachers with that he has not left the former place for positions and supply school boards and good, aa stated in these columns last week, private schools with teachers. If a teachbut is at the latter place on a visit, and er wants a position or desires a change oi expects to return to his home and business location or an increase in salary, all he has in a short time. to do Is to apply to this League through inflnonzti has struck the town. The its State Manager, and a position is The in almost every Instance. The a grippe is here and several of our people have it. Hon R, R Piercn bos been down League Is fortunate in cecuring the servicfor sevoral days suffering from a cold and es of Major Fowler, as be is well knowa Ho tays he Is satover the State, a good worker and in every ci continued sneezing. is the it fluetiza and that there way competent for the position. The cenisfied it tral office of tbo Leagne is at Dos Moines, are several other cases in town. Irene Newjom en- Iowa. Misses Luella and tertained a few ftiends at their hame on The AdatUklen of KoHIHck). Second street in beauiilul stjle last 'MonIu 1892 will occur the one hundroth anday evening. Thetiuie was spent at catds, niversary of the admission of Kentucky te crokand, and leftae never wearying alshould bo appro-- 7 vitality rhythmic the Union The event ways acceptable dance i riately observed, and with an unanimity ally and most beautifully expended. The to of sentiment and honest refreshments were tropica, fruits numerous prtspnt were Mims make It memorable. Those In variety. The luggestton has been made thai a Minnie Webb, Owen.boro ; Sullie Pumph-re- y, Centennial Exposition of Agricultural, LaUeist, NanMinnie Murray, Lafie Tbe state, of the weather Is easily acIndustrial and Meehanieal Industry-shoulnie Murray, Ettie Duncan, Katie Boyd, AI; counted for;. Mr. Julius 0.' Nolle has been ba held, wherein and through which the Mti Murray, and Mew. Cbas. B. Skill-Ka- n, strides Kentucky has fwadq in the past one manipulating the flans for the past week. B, Fisher, F. L. Jas. P. Miller, J. hundred jreeirs eeald and vaald be shown. Boyd, H. O. Murray- inn. R.'Skillman, Covington Commonwealth, Have your Printing done at this office. Fred W, Frahe and Walter S. Smart. ed d - ol Fordsrille, has been granted a pension. When you want oat meal and rolled oats (bulk) give Babbago a call. Rev. Steve Holcombo is conducting a revival meeting at Henderson. The colored band of this city went to Pnteaville Monday to give a show. Mr. Walpolo, the Elm street butcher, left, last Saturday night for parts unknown. R. M. Conway, the hustling real estate agent of Owensboro, passed up on the train Monday. BuildAn investment in the Inter-Staing and Loan Association pays 18 per cent per annum. Rev. J as. H. Morrison will preoch at the Presbyterian church next Saturday night and Sunday morning. Some of the young, men of the Y. M. 0. A. havo gotten up an entertainment for next Monday night to raiao funds for that organization. All are invited. te er's hall lonight. Josiah M. Marlow, You fellows that have been reading your neighbor's paper for the last year turn over a new leaf and subscribe and get ouucf your own. It on'y costs $1.00 in advance. Talmage is tho pride of the American pulpit, but tho hearts of the poultryroen leap with joy at the mention of Canter's chicken cholera cure. Sold '.no cure, no pay" by O. W. Short. Mr. Eugene Kingsbury, of this city, has just completed one of the finest and most commodious country resideuccs in the county fcr Mr. J. T. F Owen, of Rock frame, comLick. It is a large plete in every way, a model of architectural beauty. Mr. E W. Satterwhite and family, who succeeds Mr. Hitchcock as road master on the L., St. L & T' arrived Monday and have taken rooma in Hon. R. R. Pierce' residence. Mr , Satterwhite is a native of Georgia, an experienced railroad man a d The News comes well recommended. takes pleasure in welcoming him ar.d his family to onr city. Tho Richmond Register says: "Hon G. W. Richardson, Representative in the next Legislature from Meade county, was in town on Friday last. He came in on the Stanford train, which jumped the track at Lowell and came near making an angel of the Hon. G. W. R. before he could get to Frankfort, where he will be n candidate for Speaker of tho House." The Louisvlllo Times will be moro interesting than usual to tho readers of this city now that Mr. A. Y. Ford is on Its staff as the Frankfort Correspondent. He is a ready and graceful writer and bis letters will bo read with interest by the pcjaple of this city. The Times is delivered to subscribers in this city at 10 cenls a Leave your orders at Babbago's week. News depot. Mr. R. N. Hudson, Civil Engineer o' the L., St. L. &, T, railroad, and, Miss Jessie Gregory, of this city, were married in the parlors of Rev, I. B. Timberlake, Now Albany, Ind last Thursday. Miss Jeesie is one of our most popular and deserving young ladies, and Mr. Hudson is to bo congratulated on securing her as his fair bride. The News extend, its congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson will mako Louisville their future home. Miss Lolhe Pierce and Mr. R. P. White, of Texas, will be married at tbe Baptist church next Wednesday, the 8tb, at 9:30 a. m. They will leave immediately for Fort Worth, Tex., their future home. Rev. H. T. Lampton of Rockport, wi'l perform tbe ceremony. Miss Lollie Is 'the accomplished daughter of Hon. R. R. Pierce, of this city, and Mr, White will take to his Texas homo one of Cloverport'a sweetest gems. We only wish that tbe future of this couple be as fair, bright and faultless as tbe lovely maiden that ascends the aislo of the church on that occasion. Success to you and yours, Mr. Whito, in your fur off sunny Southern home. No cards. two-sto- ry the city yesterday. Percy Welch, of Mt, Vernon, Ind., is visiting at Mrs. Walters. Miss Sallle Pumpbrey was In town sev eral days last week, Fred DeUaven and F. F. Wilkerson are in town for a few days. Mr. Ernest Turpin, of Louisville, is visiting E M. Hall this week. Mr. Owen Cunningham, Union Star, was in the city last week. Miss Webb, of near Owensboro, is visiting Miss Lafayette LnHeist. " Miss Jennie Warfield returned from Louisville Saturday ovening. Miss Aggie Thompson, of Ripley, Ohio, is visiting Mr. Oscar Holder. Chas. P, Sswyer went to Owensboro Saturday, returning Monday. T. C. Tonsev spent two davs this week at Mr. Julius Hardin's hunting. Jno. S. Warfield came from Louisville Thursday to spend tbe holidays. Mrs. J G. Stephens and Miss Nannie of Holt, spent Thursday in town. Mrs. E. A. Baldwin and Miss Sullie Matthews went to Louisville Monday. Mrs Joe Friel and Mrs. James Petrie, o Victoria, were in the ci'y Monday. Mrs. Nancy Pulliam, of Hardinsburg, is visiting her sister, Mrs Allen Murphy. Messrs. P P. Archey and Wilber Mitchell, of Ekron, were in the city Monday. Robt. E Pickerel), director of youthful minds at Elder's, was in town this week. C, W. Moorman. Chas Lishen and Geo, O. Harrio went to Hawesvillo Thursday. Mr G. M Barkley and Mr. Hiner, of 8tephensport, were in tbe city lat week. Mr. J. D. Gregory and family returned Monday from a visit to relatives at Ekron. Miss Kate Boswoll, of near Henderson, ii in the city, the guest of Miss Jennie Keith. Misses Lucy and Lissio McGavock are in town for several days with relatives and In JULIUS WINTE "Old Reliable" Clothiers H S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. AND BE HAPPY. Money won't buy happiness. But the person that saves has always a better chance of happiness than those who don't, '"f"- INTER-STAT- E Building k CAuFICC-A-ZLj- m Aviation ILL. BY SAVING MONEY You are laying up sunshine against the dark days. nU tmimJ mtm OF BLOOMINGTON, mm mm m , ' A. E. STEVKNSbN. Pre. T. J. KUK S, Secrotary. OFFICERS.J01IN ' $20,000,000.00 EDDY, Vlce-Pre- ULZER'S Cioverport, Hook i. P. L. BUNK, Treicurer. - Kentucky. tUOUIoVELLii&aj (J ADVISORY BOARD OF CLOVERPORT. Ji'C. NOLTE, J. L. MILLER, Preitdcnt. ,iU(l. BROWN, 11. T.POLK. DAVID STANOLIFP; JNO. D. EABDAQB, Secretary ana Trcas irer. RYANT & STRATTON Business College In tfte United States doing a business on a correct table. compound Interest It offers to its borrowcis the funds of the Association upon a strictly EqultaMo plan by reducing tbe monthly payments to an amount that wilt mature tho stock within a givoa time, the Interest, premium and dues being fizod at an amount that trill exactly proriuco the result asking no more and taken no less. Eferj stockholder In this Association stands on the tamo platform. This Association pays on voluntary withdrawals the amjunt paid In and 0 per cent, annual Interest. Shares $100 each payable In monthly Installments of CO cents per share In cluss A, anu Tbe only Building and Loan Association $1.20inclaB a National Association with a National reputation. further Information apply to tbo Iocil advisory boird or to For JN0- - D- - UABBAGE, Sco. Cloverport, Ky. It Is & Trcas. INTELLIGENT INVESTMENT. TUB IlUIXDING ANI LOAN ASSOCIATION Oi' Judge John ItobcrfN ut III Home. Old to foulest Purifyinfl Can be put in by anybody and is never out of repair. Any child " can use them. Will force water to any Buckeye ForCO Pumps for Deep Wells. part of the house or surroundings. Either kind guaranteed to give satisfaction. Write for prices on these or any kind of Building Material. Can make shipments promptly to any point. PUMPS K. S Jwfplna, Short Hand, Telegraphy, Jie Urttc for Cataloguo and full information, WEXLLS GISTRRNS OR purify the water. guaranteed Pumps Bucket FOR R. J, BASSET & BRO., INTEIMTATE friends. Mr. Robt. Glasscock, has returned from Lodiburg, where he has been spending the holidays. Mr. W. M. Evans, after an abseace of several months, turned up for a few days this week. Prof. R. E. Woods, of Elizabethtown, spent the holidays at homo with his mother and sister. Mrs. E. T. Haines and Mrs. R. A. Brashear, of Stephensport, were in the city Friday. Stephen Hall, of the Louisville Plug Tobacco Manufacturing Co , is home for the holidays. Father Higgin, accompanied by his coubIh, Miss Maggie Maloy, went to Louisville yesterday. Itl.CHmiMiTON, ILIj. An There In No aucMloit to IU y. and Miss Annie Tinics nre visiting their cousin, Mrs. r, nt Owenbboro. Hon, Tice Jolly went to Frankfort this week to assume his duties as representative of this couuty. Miss Maltie Basham, of Stcphonsport, has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Lodiburg. Misses Lizzie Skillraan, Maggie and Bcttie Bowraer went to Hardinsburg Friday on a brief visit. Wm York, of Owensboro, formerly connected with tbe Jumbo store of this placo. Is Iu the city this week. Miss Mamie Hawes nrid Mt. Black, of Hawesvllle, were the guests of Miss Sue Suwyer several days this week. Misses Mack and Jennie Rrlcbardson, of Guston.spent the holidays with their uti cle Mr. Zsck Richardson, this city. "Mr. W. S. Bowraer, nfter a brief stay at home, left Thursday for Owensboro, with a view of permanently locating there. Misses Pearl Miller, Alliene Murray, Carrie Moremen and Bettie Harrington are spending several days at Long Lick. Mr. and Mrs. G B. Tyler, jr., passed through the city Sunday! homeward bund, thusly bringing to a happy termination their bridal tour. Misses Mamio Sm'tb, Ella McGary and Messrs Jas. Hook, Clayton Beard and John Kliichcloe, of Hardinsbu'g, spent Friday in the city. Mr. J. U. Sullivan, of Elnora, Ind., was here Monday to sea old friends, lie says he is living in n Iburinhlni! town and of course is doing well himself. Mr. C. O. Moremen and wife returned to their homo iu Big Spring Monday, accompanied by Misses Jennie Keith. Katie Boswell and Mr. Cnas. Sareason. Muses Nettie Ltadiey, Finnic Dancan, Lena Archer, Anna Chambers and Messrs. J, II. Gucfawt, E J. Hawes W. and Wiu Oerby', of UuweevilU, came' up Saturday returning on the 9.5G'p. ta. train. Un-ze- Mr. William Sahlie TWELVE SCHOOL AND PLAYGROUND TALES. The first will be "LAMBKIN; Was He a Hero or a Judge JoIih Alton IUiirrnT tor the Prig ? " by Howard Pyle, the artist. tiOHStltHtloiial Convention. Votes and t Tbe Sunday Eye published at Blooming, says: III., tho home of the Inter-Stat- e, Every person interested in the establishment in this country ol a judicious, intelligent, honorablo and profitable plan of investment of capital will be gratified to learn of tho prosperity, popularity and assured Building and stability of the Inter-StaAssociation, o' Bloomington, Illinois Loan Its proposition to invest money and erect homeo on purely business like principles has met with a generous and encouraging response from all parts of the country. has openea Wherever tho Inter-Stat- o branch offices the most prudent of the eommunilv havo examined and commend ed the simplicity and value of its plan, and demonstrated their confidence by placing money for investment. The founders and promotors of the Building and Loan Association -State sentimental philanthropists who aro uot are devoting their time and talents to tli6 withimprovement of their fellow-beinhonout price, but they aro orablo and capable men of affairs, who, having devised a perfectly simple and practical sytora of snfe and sure investment, have gone into it upon a commercial No enterprise ever instituted in basis. this country has appealed so directly to the intelligence and good judgment ol rs and capitalists of small and Building large degree as tbe Inter-Sial- o Association, and none has met and Loan with so much lavor from the people. One of tbe many solid points of this associatit n is its easily understood and straightforward There is method of dues and dividends. nothing complex or hidden about the operAs to its reliability ations of tho plan theie can be no question, for the gentlemen who direct its uffairs aro honored by and have filled the their fellow-citizehighest positions of resDansibilily and IruBt in State and nation with credit to themto the public service. selves and bent-fito Interhigh-minde- d, wage-earne- Judgo John Itobtrls is actively iu the race for Judge of tbe Court of Appeals. He was at Springfield a few days ngo and tho News in announcing his visit said : "The Judge is a natve of our county, a man of dignity and inlegri'y, and a lawyer of unquestioned ability. lie knows nothing ubout the art of politics, having devoted his whole time to his professional duties but tho Judge has n warm grasp at all tiroes whether a candidato or not, he is thoroughly identified with the people of our county, having been born in our midst, and Washington county will help give him the position to which he aspires and which ho so richly deserves." LEITCHFIELD, KY. Down, gant line of Down ! High price is gone, and my Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Gaps, Boots, Shoes, etc. ele- Are going cheap for cash. X Good Year icxt FIVE GREAT SERIALS THAT BOY GID. Bv William O. Stoddard. Young and ola vill follow Gideon's adventures and his sis' er's on their father's acres with laughter a' '1 breathless interest. apuimM.,r " Irtrktctt Springfield Republican. A acrry cf tkt ikiUrtn't THENEWSENIO t AT ANDOVER. school-lif"THE SONS OF THE VIKINGS." By e By Herbert D. Ward. A serial of In famous Andovcr "our Rugby. Tho boys, the professors, the lodgings, the fun. t jolly story of modern Norse boys. BONY AND BAN, one of the best of tho Msuy Hartwell Catherwood serials. SEALED ORDERS. By Charles Rem- Hjalmar HJorth Boyescn. A right-dow- After January 1, 1890, 1 want the Cash and Produce (not the credit) trade. Pay cash for your goods and save money. Exchange your pro duce at the highest market price, for goods, at the lowest cash price. J. A. WITT, CASH! CASH! CASH! ington Talbot. An amusing adventure story of " wet sheets and a flowing sea." Black. Six practical and amusing articles. LUCY PERVEAR. First of a series of raphlc North Carolina character sketches y Margaret Sidney. CONFESSIONS OF AN AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER. By Alexander EEEE Hardinsburg, Ky. crararaHTiraH:rm.?tf :,"o.-JrJJJJTr-jrre.g- re Notice. All persons having olulins agalnflt Win. Tlnlus, doceated, estuto, will jneasa present thetn properly proven for settlement. JESSK C. TIN1US, Administrator. intri? wmB2&gm nil" aacvvi UK Nfc'W I TALES OF OLD ACADIE: powerful McLeod, a Canadian author. true stories Twelve by Graco Dean STO- worn. ioe.SO. i..i ii Hatch In lb world, rtrfct UuukMptr Wemnttd mjud oou bajiune; CtM bm h UUe'udjrni :t Um, MftKoli. loldWateba ll,,l ., THE WILL AND THE WAY PUK-WUDJIE- RIES. By Jessio Benton Fremont. About men and women who did RTeat things in the face of seeming impossibilities. S. By L. J. Bridg-tna- n. THE The funny Indian Fairy Folk, BUSINESS OPENINGS FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. A dozen really helpful papers by Salllo Joy White. Twelve moro DAISY-PATTTERS. By Mrs. Y For Sale. 630 acres of land, in one mllo of Webster Htation, L., St. L. & T. railroad. In Rood community, in good state of cultivation, bmJ d. la I. ihow wbal w. Mud you tboa. wbo call jour frlcuda and ncl(bhonaw) iboM abml jw tbalalwayartaalta la tellable Inula furu, which hold, for jrtart whan ooca itanad, not Ibaa we aro rtpou. We par all tipmi. rralfbl, cle. Altar joo know all. If jrott wold Ilka to (o 10 work, fur oa, roe can earn from Site to StttO per weak awl opwardf Addrata, nul nine. Ola riuoala Mti loealilr ran Menm free, toettber with our Urr llouackeritl l.'BUBHiiaV umI valuabWlbMofumAliLii wall ThcM '"iriAMTi.Mi aa WmnlM. (We. All the work vo watch, lha an Htinaon ate Co., Bus LETClaflin. churches, schorls and shops convenient T. B. 11k.sukr3on, Address, Webster, Ky. tl, Portland, Maine. L ?; IlAKDtsSiiTita, Kt , Doc 18 1880 Cuh EuitouNkws: Your article last week calling attention of tho people to the subject of selecting a candidate for delegate to the Constitutional Convention from Breckenridge county, As bss caijsed considerable comment. far as we have heard, there seems to be almost a unanimous opinion lhutlJudk.e John. Allen Murray Is the man for tie In fact, it seems just ono of position those junctures in affairs where the ' of things" demands that Judite Murray Bhould be' returned as our delegate I is learning, age, position and fsmiliariiy with public affairs and the Deeds of our Stato as well as his being abreast of the limes, nil conspire to declaro hi hi the proper, capable, suitable aad fit person for the position. Let us bear from tbe "popuP," Ct-n- es SHORT STORIES sifted from thousands I 2 000.000 Hickory Spokes. Santa Glaus on a Vegetable Cart. 600 000 feet Hickory lumber. Charlotte M. Vail. Itijane. William X'retton Otis. How Tom Jumped a Mine. Mr. H. v. 600,000 feet Oak lumber. Bnow-ebo- e Tbomp- Stlckner, Tbo Hun of Lieut. F.P Fremont. Polly at tho 100,000 Cords ol Uickory ButtB. Delia W. Lyman. TraUlngr Arbutuo. llettkUlt Butterworth. Uoiaoxilinrsarot. James For dimensions and trices, address. C. Purdr. Pocrtrv'a Bullet. Kata Upaon Clark. OwEKSBtiono Wheel Co. Sow Simoon and Bancho Panza Helped Seward. Tbo the Revolution. MUs Kitley L. B. Walford. Difficulties ot a Darlincr. " One QOOd Turn." llamet Pretcott Spoflord. ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES, BoreltUsi Dolls) Of Noted Women. Mitt Rlilty Seward. An Bow to Build a Military Hnow-For- t. old Wttt Pointer. How tbe Cossacks Flay Headquarters for Polo. Madam de Meiainer. All Around a Frontier Fort. Lieut F, P. iremont. Home Charles F. Lummla. A Babbit of Ramona. Joaquin Miller. Japanese Flarht-inKound-Uj. B. Hcmadon, U. S. "The HampKite, Players. F. L, Sioaneo! N. Indian ton Indian Mine." A Party In a Gblnesa Palace. K. R. Sddmore. Groin Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, MichBoofc-litohen. p. gr Priie.3 Wanted. GREGORY & CO., Reapers and Mowers, igan Plaster, Suit, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, in tack nutnttr. Not a short noviUUi, tut a long ttory inth you art utid ta git in ieth form and pay at from on dollar to cm dollar and a half 'or. Not only that, tnt with taeh numitr yon get an aeundauttofothtr contritutiont, whichgivej, you a good magatin baida tht novil. a. Tht ringing blows which have been slrutk'X rttoundeit tht gateway of popular favor, havt throughout tit tntirt land, and Zifflw roth MugatU Hindi in tht front ran tf monthly publication, and it tht most publication of its hind in Vie xaorld. For fnli descriptive circulars, oddrtsf LIPPJtS'COTTS MAGAZM, Philadelphia J3.00 per ytar. as els, single number. The publisher of this paper oill receive your y tntlrt novtt iPHINCOTTS MAGAZINE, with ih varitd andtxctlUnt conttntt, it a library in ititlf. It xoat iitdttd a happy thought a print an " subscription. Base-Ba- ll BUY YOUR Th Fomm, FlttarM ao4 BspwtMsat more lntretis( than erer, HJT" TA CArUmat Ktimhr ntarrtd it tarut of adventure.' by Grant adffltt a jWitledt WaSNBeDAY mH U Akko XC. BlUouMiOM. thb Tale ot tbe Souta Paoiflo. VUtAvaA U 9S.iO s year. AVw Vol flsxIfitS ImDk f M Alias, Pine &Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine' Flflorinj? Orders ac- nava ker.t ba liaud. companied by OAsh promptly tilled. al- - SHIE'fl -- FHm- .n t i4 i take HllOWN'S IRON BITTHR8. It ewes qukklr. Fer Mia by all dealers Iu taedidiM. Uel tho gBulw. ci rT sfltr- - Weakness, ron tjik iir.oon, Malaria, Indigestion and FOR THE YOUNGER YOUNO POLKS. Baivland (y eent a year), For th rutrterjr, OUR 1.1TTL MM ANU WOMVX (ft yf). f Th Panv (Si a JrJ. Sunday raadm;. SfclmfM t Ajr tMt & ttntt ; if Hufntr I S (tttit. I). LOTHROP COMPANY, Bottom. if 1 S . J. U. DMDDMUC, ft M, D 7 rrrn C?1 O o" wtywauuaiuBgsttkataaasmtmmamttnimKifuHt nil1 lisssi'.IIIJIiWlliii! JIIW .iWoAW n liV, ' tjeJtaaa. mmte)aummaanimuvmmmm ji-- ik .1- - r.Sf) ra Twn l.uls and two livers wer( taken from A Washington Doctor fllvos Eniiie Sturtllna n chfeken kllledat Lock Haven. 1'a.t reccntlr. !I Facts to n Medical Society. r T i t l only n dlstrcwlng complaint,, 1 Tho gencrnl committee, of tho Mothodtst IS noi At a recent meeting of tbo Medical society 1 ltnolf, causing the blood to cnurcu nait npprupriuioi of this city a iwipcr was road on tho nbovo iui misIwoiafr tloptaVed ntul tlio sjntrirt on- - sionary purposes during tho coming year. subject vhtcb bos so much Interest for the feclilwl, Is tlio parent of lliiumientlilo Tho A man of Vnn "Wert county, O., ou a bet public nt largo that somo Star obtained perlualatlfca. Tlmt Aycr'o Huraiipititlhi extracts, which it mission to publish wheeled a barrow containing IW cats tbrco H tlm best our 11 for Imllgcatlon, ru-trusts may bavo the effect of drawing tbo miles through a muddy country road when comnllrnii"! with LlwrCoiiipliiliit, nttentiou of thoso having tbo caro of infants In 1 COO thcro wcro no potatoes in England. i proxctl by t'w follow lug testimony to tbo groat dnngors which nro likely to folNow tho total yearly crop of tho United (rout Mrs. Joaupli IjiI.o, of BrocLwuy low a neglect of what uppcarsat first to bo Kingdom Is Valued nt 10,900,000, and that only a slmplo "cold In tho eye," The imCentra. Mich.: of Europo at 1GO,GOO,000. portance of tho matter to tho community "Liver complaint nnil IntllRcMlon mjfr JTsunnrtu my llfo a burilcii unit cnino near will bo apparent from tho rather startling Last year's gross receipts of tho railways WntHiiK my cxlntonc.6. Wr moro than statements contained In tbo paper. ot tho United Kingdom amounted to four twlKurtVrel iintrilil agonv, wa-- i n sum not far short of tho total treasI shall not burden your attention nor tax Imrillv fk, reilticfcilnlniQ'sttoaKkoWtiin.niiil ury receipts from the customs and Inland your memory with long tables of statistics lia.il Mtrrngtli'to lrn? mysolf about. All rdvcnuo taken together. which bavo been prepared at much palus and KIUiIn 01 looil (iHirmim me, una oniy with groat accuracy by n number of men in II hi most tlollonlo could lx illffcslua nt Ltttlo John makes good tiso of observation different part of tho world, but will simply nil. wiimn mo miii! nieimoiii-- nuviirui and reason. "Mamma," ho said, ono day, as slato tho fact which has been brought out by ith8lcliui! t rented mn without Riving rethoy wero driving along, "a bora) has men's lief. Nothing tlmt I tool; wemeil to ilo tbeso Investigations, that not less than SO per legs In front and turkej s' legs IksIiIikL" i ny ncrmamMit good until I coniiiinivril cent of nil tbo blindness in Europo nud this thu uso of Ayr' Siironparilln, which Stout officers nro unknown in tho United country is caused by tho purulent inflammabai jirodiiivil wonderful results. Hoon 'States army. No man weighing over 100 tion of tho oyes of tho now born Infants. tnko tho 8nrmipri-- i rftrr rotii'iii'iii'iiijl to pouuds can Join a cavalry regiment, whllo Bringing tbo matter moro nearly borne to ilia I coiilil i' nn Improvement In my officers In the general hcrvlco nro Hablo to bo ourselves, there mo now, according to tho uimlitlun. My appetite began to return s retired for obesity. nml with it i mini the ability to illgmt last census, at least 0,000 totally blind nil tli food taken, mv xtrengtli Im In tbo United State! and of tbeso 15,000 In autumn hugo baskets of snails forwlo proved ewh dnv and 'nfter a nt tho very least bavo boon blind from birth, bo seen in tho Lisbon fruit market In montliH jt Xalthfiil1 attention to your ' may Madrid andf other wealthy Spanish cities as and bavo been a constant caro nnd oxpenso vl 'fojind iiiynelf Jrv well for tbo wholo of their lives. Tho minimum many as, fifteen different kinds may somewnmaii, aino to riwihi iwuu iiuuhciiuiu cost of sustenance of a slnglo inson in our times be counted on tho slabs of tho dealers. duties. The iTieilinho bus glvculnc a managed institunew lease of life." A mass of rock, weighing about 600 tons, best and most economically $133 per annum. Is about foil, Nov. 20, from the high cliffs on tho tions for tbo blind This makes for the mero "keep" of thoso Canadian sldo of Niagara river to tho banks blind pcoplo something llko (3,000,000 anbelow, within n tow ynrds of no of tho supCI o tbeco people had not ports of thooM Lowlston bridge. Had tho nually. But if would 15,000 been producers rurrAHED by bavo been blind tboy immeuso rock struck ono of tho Mono pillars, consumers only, nnd their not conUr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowo:i, Mass. tho brldgo would undoubtedly bavo given instead of to tribution tbo general fund can bo taken as S. Worth $5 a bottls. l tof'Ji-i- . wn. 11 Ire $t: least $1 a day on tho average. Adding Artificial gems at tho Paris exposition nro at amount to tbo cost ot keeping them and this Imvo surpassed anything over Itffora said to wo lmvo tho total loss to tbo wealth of tbo shown, sumo of tho specimens puzzling even United States, each year, of 7,rj00,000. And dealers and experts. Tho artificial pearls this enormous loss to the commonwealth, wcro especially successful, no means being gentlemen, is duo to tbo ravages of a disonso found to distinguish tlio genuine from tuo as preventable and moro curable than smallartificial except tho use of a file. It In True. pox. I And upon examining tbo records of n A llttl girl of my acquaintance saw a parThe lhiladelpbia manufacturer denounslnglo institution hi this city (tbo central disfirst tlmo lu ono of our ico cream pensary) that serious defects in vision from cing the proposition to make clothinn rot for tho parlors; M sho was looking nt it, tho parrot neglected ophthalmia of infants forms about cheaper by uiaktnc wool duty free makes said, "HollOI" Tho child gazed in astonish7.5 per cant, of nil tbo eyo cases treated tlioro, two points which are absolutely (rue. ment a moment, then answered, in nn awed and In moro than half of this number tho First Removal of the wool duties means lone, "Hello, scbickenl" blindness was fatal that the whols protectionist structure will come In a slnglo month tbero wero brought thcro To dyo ponrl buttoni, wash Ith lukewarm rattling down abtut theheads of the manufacthreo Infants with both oyes totally destroyed solution of potash, then placo In a strong this country ; not only of manufacturer of aqueous solution of tho desired color and let by tho discaso, and If you could bavo seen tbo turers of ttoolleni, but of (ill kinds of coinnio-Uitle- i. them stand, with frequent stirring, in a n arm look of anguish and reproach in tbo faces of placo. To cause tho color to ponetrato, nn tbeso mothers two of them hardly moro than True because the whole protective gjs- - immersion of two weeks may bo needed. Uso children themselves when told that their babies would nover see again, tbo prevention tem is a ring, u kind of enlarged trust; tho aniline colors. and if one member of the ring or trurt is A Now Bedford clergyman, who bos been and proper treatment of babies' sore eyes would not bavo then seemed to you a slight left out that member will tnko care that ilie in service n long tlmo, advertises 700 sermons or trivial affair. "Nobody told mo it was for sale, covering nil subjects and applicable others shall no longer profit nt the public to any locality Ho only wants dangerous," tboy said. "Tboy said it was npieco for only a cold in tho oyes, and that if I put expense. tho lot, if taken in a lump, "which Is breast milk in them tboy would como all off. regular price and n decided bargain Hkcoxd Any man who goes before Cungrcss right" When tho now born Infant is under with a demand that it shall In Tact repeal the for tho manoy," tbo caro of a competent physician, who wool dutlcl must do tu in full knowledge that Tho other day nn account appeared In tho tbo condition of tho eyes each ho is asking tho majority to break all .rnoiNes nowspepers concerning nnativo of tho chief clay and into notes tbo very first appearance of to kiok the platform to pieces and to exhibit to city of Hungary, who hnd reached bis 8Uh institutes prompt and vigorthe the not. on a betrayal ot confidence and a vioyear, and then attempted to commit sulcldo ous disease, and its rcllof, tho danger is much measures for lation of sacred trust moro shamelul, we bebecauso bo was iiunbloauy longer to support lieve, than any act or treachery recorded In the less. But thcro aro a largo number of now hlsTnthcrand mother. " history of American legislation. born babies who nro nover seen by a physiAn almost miraculous escnpo from death Is a class all, and That is the wail of the capitalist whose reported fiom Jackson county, Ga. Last cian at where tbeso aro among tho develop-of pcoplo tho conditions for "fat" was "fried out" to help put the Saturday two men tteio working in front of ment of tho discaso aro most favorable. It is back into power. They know a circular raw, wheu ouo of them reached highly important that thoso jicrsons be in to removo from behind It what they are speaking ubout und they overcaught bis a chip nml dragged hhn oTlio somo way informed of tho danger. Various saw cr methods of accomplishing this lmvo been sugis an instance in tho shafting. Hound and round ho went unmean business. Here gested. In England tho ophthalmologics! sopoint. List summer some Philadelphia til his fclbw workman could ruu and stop ciety of tbo United Kingdom took tbo matter manufacturers determined to appeal to the tho machinery. When ho was taken out not in hand, and in ISSt its committee, composed or brui?o body, of tho nblcst men among its members, tnado Treasury Department for so ire tariff "con- a scratchsaw bad was found upon his clothtorn cveiy thread of but tho a report of a scries of resolutions, somo modistruction" which would be profitable to ing off hhn. fications of w hlch I deem adapted to tho nethem. It was argued that thej could not Comul Turner uiltes from Cadiz to tho cessities of tho case tn this country: (1) That ophthalmia of now born infant get what they panted, because the law in stnto department that farming in Spain h in this case was too plain for "construction " a primitive state Qiain Is cut with a small leing tho causo of a vast amount of blindness, reaping book and tbrusbed as in tho timo of tho Ignornucoof tho public Thereupon one of them said, "It can be tho Cusars. by tramninz it out with nssos mainly becausoof regarding its dangerous character nnd tbo ilouu and has got to be done, and here is Jiltchcd to a stono Iwut. Tho plow is n consequent neglect to apply for timoly medin tuo ical aid, and It is dcsirablo to instruct thoso tho reason why." and pulled out of bis crookcu suck poiuivu wuu towns aro to bo seen heavy wooden carts in chargo of now born children by a card in pocket a receipt for a hnndRome contribudrawn" by oxen. Most of tho carrying, transsubstancons follows: tion of money to the Republican Nutioual ferring, etc., is dono by donkeys. Sand, rsTnccTioxs REOinno kcw dorn infants. Committee. Ilo bad paid in advance, and brick, lumber In fact, almost everything If a child's eyelids becomo red and bwoMcd or begin to run matter a fow daj s after Urth, It Is to has to bo moved Is carried on their there me a good many in the same box, that bo taken without a day's delay to a doctor. Tho who regard anything except whatthey want backs. dUcaso Is very dangerous, and If not at onco Ono of tho strangest things in India Is tho treated may destroy tho sight of both eyes. Tbey as a groBs violation of coufldonco. multitude of deserted capitals. Tbero aro In our own city I think tho health ofllco aro right. 1'lie Republicans ought to pust threo old Dclbis, thrco successive capitals of could do great good by aiding In tho dlsti lbu-- t tho Senate bill "lor value received. tho cast, all closo to each other, all south of ion of cards something llko tho nbovo. They tho present city. Ono of tlo threo is Y llerahl. could bo given to tbo physicians of tbo poor a marvelous city on n bill, roofless for general distribution In their respect! vo and absolutely deserted, but solid and giganIf you suffer from toes of appeiitp, im- tic. Tho second is Ferozebad, with n hand- districts. Thoy could also bo left for distritho dispensaries aud perfect digestion, insomnia, torpor of the ful of inhabitants. The third is tho old Delhi bution atother various institutions those at whatever public for who was born n Turkish slavo and whose benefit tboy ore intended aro to bo liver, etc., Laxador will relieve and cure of Kutub, diod emperor of India. His namo still surfound. Tho oxpenso of printing such cards you in 21 hour. Price 25 eta. vives in tbo flnost toner in tho world and in would be trifling, aud If tbero is no public D. (1. Owens, Druggist, Altoono, Pa., tho oldest mosquo In India. fund from which tho cost could bo paid, I Dr. Hull's liaby Syrup bnsnwon-derfi- il writes; think that tbero is no doubt but that it would Sllllnts' rnrtralt of aiudstonc. bo forthcoming from somo private charity. reputation; mothers will have no Sir John Millnls' portrait of Mr. Olnustono, This, it seems to mc, in view of tho great other. It is the best. which was subscribed for by tho women of of the subject, even from the England nnd which hns been in tbo hands of point of viow, and laying asldo engraver, has, says tho London correall considerations of sentiment and humanity, f'hrUlmnu I'roverlik ami I'rrilio tbo spondent of Tho Northern Echo, only Just is tho best e can or should do. Washington i tium. reached Hawaidcn. In acknowledging It Star. Kasterin snow, Christinas in mud. Mr. Gladstono writes: "Now that tho plcturo It Illiiltlh Up Old l'eoplc. has arrived, it calls for fresh and now words Christmas in snow, Master in mud My mother, who is n very old lndy, was of gratitude. Wo cannot express all our A white Christmas a lean graveyard. The uo of feelings, but tbo kind donors, thoso who bavo physically broken down. A green Christinas makes n lull gravejoined in this beautiful gift, will careto know Swill's Specific (S S S ) has entirely reyard. that it has brought joy and deepest grati- stored her to health, R. H. Dn.woin n, Christmas wet gives empty grunary and tude. Will you mako known to them that Greenville, S. C. their gift has brought joy and gladness iuto barrel. pur dear old homo I We shall no vcr look at it, Tiot a Symptom in Three Vcur. If windy on Christmas Day trees will blending as It docs tbo present and future, "Several years ago I hnd un attack of without tbankfulucss." bring forth much fruit. Lady Abcrdoon, , who was tho honorary treasurer of (bo fund, piles nnd fistula from which I suffered Wet causes more damage than frost beI tried is now making up her accounts. Sho finds great pain for upwards of a year. fore than after Christmas. i that some 2,000 ladles contributed a sum of n nnmber of remedies but none of them If it snows on Christmas night we ex- about 1,00. A thousand pounds was Sir I was becoming John Mlliais' fee, whllo tho estimate for en- did me the least good. pect a good hop crop oext year. on account of go much suffering graving tbo picture comes to 000. Tbero Is, If at Christmas ice hangs on the willow thereforo, an additional 000 required, which and at length weet to the drue etoro of Dr. clover may be cut at Raster. Lady Abcidcoti hopes to receive before J, C Franklin, in this city, where I purIf Christmas finds a bridgo he'll break March, when tho cngraylug will bo comploto. chased a bottle of S S. S I took it accord it , if he finds none ho'll make one. ing to directions end took nothing else. The Committers In Congress. A green Christinas indicates a white taking six bottles I was entirely To Raster. A warm Christmas a cold Enter. place tho member of congress a committor After means almost everything. Uon the cured That was three years ago, and I An Kcglis'u proverb tells us, "If Ice will assignment to committees depend lu largo have not had any symptoms of piles or man before Christmas it will not measure hU usefulness, bis prominence in tho bear a Gstula sir.ee 'l T H Muiti'iiv, 'Nashville. affairs of the body of 'which ho Is a member, bear n mouse after Christmas.". his success as a statesman. If ho wants op"If on Christmas night," sajsaCe-mn- n portunity to mako speeches, bo will do well Tenn. Ono Mottle Cured Hint. proverb, "the wine fermeuts heavily to get on ono or other of tbo committees in During the fall of 1888 I was troubled in the barrels a good wine year is to control of important legislation. If be wants with boils breuking out nil over my body, inuuenco In tho department, let hhn bo caro-fu- l follow." which was caused from impure blood, of bis committee assignments, A curious A German declares that "the shepherd illustration of tbo power of committees In tho Ooe bottle cured me entirely. As a blood would rather seo bis wife enter the stable exccutlvo departments Is found in tho fact purifier, S. S S s the best medicine I ever on Christmas Day than sun." Kxcbange. that Mr. Randall, as Democrutla chairman used J fl. Mach.v, Jr. Gln'gow Junction of tbo csinuilttoo on appropriations, was ablo to sccr.ro many appointments of friends to Ky. Go to 0. W, Short for "0. C. C. Certain otncaumler Republican admlnUtratloas, whllo Treatise on Wood nnd Skin Diseases Cough Cure" Cures Coughs,. Colds and Mr. Cannon, u prominent Republican member of tho linio committer, was ablo to And mailed free all Throat and Lung diseases. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, Ga. places for several of his followers under u Democratic regime. Washington LotUr. I.ltcrnry'iVfilc. To Kvt-- Slllk fiiiui Souiln. The "National Mngastino" for January A German chemist of West Chicago has A Itojul Duke's Slump. announces two new nod valuable Tho duko of Edinburgh Is an ardent stamp been experimenting for a number of years iu the hope of discovering a piocess for puricollector. When lu Lisbon, during tho obseLifcrature" ant) "Pedafying and rcilmng milk and cream for tbo quies of tbo lato king of Portugal, ho visited gogy" with Rev. J. 0. Quinn, Ph. D u shop In tin Praea do Lull do Cumoos, nnd purpose of shipment to points distant from nnd J. 8. Mills, A. M , Prunldent of Westtho place of supply, and bo sajs ho has found niodo a considerable purcbaso of raro speciern College, as editors. Agricultural readmens w hlch bo bad not hitherto Iron able to it at last Milk ordinarily turns sour within twelve hours, unless packed in Ice, nnd oven ers will be especially interested in the new obtain. Ho has now one of tbo finest collecthen It will not keep nioru than two or thrco tion! extant Pall Mall Gazette. "Institute of Agriculture." described tn tl Is days. In cities like Now York- - and' London, .Tlcrlt Winn. number a part 6f the University 1'xtan situated far from tbo dairy districts, milk is hard to get By this prccoss sion System of the National University ol We desire to say to our citizena that for expensivo and much of the water Is takon out and tbo inChicago, whose or corepon-denc- o years we have been selling Dr, King's New gredients aro loft uubarmod in their natural undergraduate and Discovery for Consumption, Dr, Klnga state, All dlseaso germs, it is also claimed, courses have met with such favor Other New Life Fills, Rocklen's Arnica Salve have been destroyed, nnd, if thcro has been a tasto of bitter herbs, It bar been romovod. articles are by Prof, E. A Dirge, of .the and Electric Bitton, and have never handTlio milk, thus purified and refined, will keep University of Wisconsin, and eminint led remedies that sell as well, or that have sweet for fully thirty days, and can be L 1 IT ainttol!.la P.ll.lt.l.arl n Tl given such universal satisfaction, We do shipped any wlioro, and- wheu tho water has beau replaced Is la as good if not better constreet, Chicago, III. SubicriptionJft) not hesitate to guarantee them every time, f . dition as when it loft lbs cow, and caHnot be per year, fcawpio copy, 1(J cts. and we stand ready to refund the purchaso distinguished from milk sir hours old. The benefits of tho rcsultn' achieved by thta'prc If ' C. C, C. Certain tough Cure" is not price, if satisfactory results do not follow cess aro obvious, but they aro r.s nothing tho best remedy you have ever used for their use, These remedies have won great when it Is said that by it milk will Ue'sold in Chicago for less than three couta sjurt Co jjc" and Colds your money will be repopularity purely on their merits. Tho inventor U now shipping tho renntd funded. high prlCM rnle, G. W, Short, Cloverport, Ky, and J, A. milk to N.cw Orleans, whew and somo has been jnnt to .Boston, Chicago your Printing done at this office Witt, Ilardineburg, Ky., Druggists, Times, , Have Tiidigestion buliy ODDS AND ENDS. ABOUT BLINDNESS. A WANDERER IDENTIFIED. ,. 1Qanaa5ajaCra5K it i,,n. per-Bon- Iv rtlrm-tloiii- f nrJn Uflioupuimeij Breckenridge News t ono-liu- lf sk-ov- ''N politico-econo- mical Col. JrOerson Davis nt llninii Vl.tiv. tho Supposed Mr. Clinmllar KtroEtilre As Col. Jefferson Davis charged the Indiat That of Ivxoll. Now Comet ana troops tv I Hi cowardice at Buena Vista, News has boon rccovcd at "the Lfok obserit Is interesting to recall tho account writvatory of a remarkable and extremely Imten before any question could arise, that is, portant theoretical discovery In cometary as- while Col. Davis was still a United States tronomy made by S. C, Chandler, of Camofficial written for a nortborn periodical, bridge, an eminent mathematician and no Harior's Mogazluet tronomer; Upon invcstlgntlngi soma pecu"About 0 in the morning Tachcco's column liarities in tbo orbit of th comet discovered dobouched from a ravine, and began to form last July by Mr, Brooks, nnd Which Is still coolly on a ridge of tho plateau. Gen. Lane under observation, Mr. Chandler found that hastened forward, skirting tho mountains it bad made n, remarkably closo approach to with tho Second Indiana volunteers and tho planet Jupiter in ISbO, and that its path O'Brien's battery. At two hundred yards bad then lieen entirely changed, tho comet O'Brien opened with terrific effect; tho closo being thrown Into its present sinnll elllpsd columns of the Mexicans wero plowed by his within n period of seven years. shot But tbo reply was steady and almost Stimulated by this to find out what tbo equally effective. Itakod on the left by tbo path of tbo comet was provious to 188(5 he battery, and assailed by a storm was led to tho discovery that it was identical of bullets from tho musses rising out of with tbo famous Loxoll's "lost comet" of 1770. the ravine, the volunteers fell thickly round Tho comet of 1770 was found by Lexcll to bo their colors, and, after some minutes, tied in revolving in nn orbit whoso perllTcllon was spite of Lano's efforts to rally them. O'Brien near Venus nud tho aphelion near Jupiter, was left almost ulono with his guns. Ho with a periodio tlmo of flvo and a half years, fired one Inst discharge, then hastily limberTlio shortness of this period was singular, as ing up, followed tbo flying infantry over the tho comet had never boon seen previous to plateau. To odd to the danger, tho 1770, though in that year it was vMblo to tho Indiana regiment in its flight became entannaked eye. gled with the Arkansas volunteers, who A further Investigation, however, showed caught the panic and fled llkeniso. HowLoxell that in 1707 tho comet bad tnado a ever, nothing daunted, tho Second Illinois, singularly closo approach to Jupiter, nt under Col. Blssell, received the Mexican flro, which time tho great attraction of that and returned it as fast as the men could chango iu tho load. planet caused a complet comet's orbit, it being thrown Into tbo small "Meanwhile tho lancers wero driving tho ellfpso of 1770. eviousto this approach to Indiana aud Arknntas volunteers off tho Jupiter, in 1707, ..io comot was moving in a plateau, and cutting off the riflemen iu the largo orbit, with tho porihcllon near Jupiter mountain from the main army. These, perand its aphelion beyond tbo orbit of Saturn. ceiving the danger, and trusting that the In this oi bit the comet was always too dislancers woutd bo checked by tbo Arkansas tant to be seen from tbo earth. and Kentucky cavalry, toward which they In 1 77U tbo comet again passed still closer were approaching, abandoned tholr position to Jupiter, nnd the attraction of the planet, and camo running down the mountain side, out elgblng that of the sun by over 200 times, with a view of cutting tholr way back to tho kept the comet under Its influence for a numbatteries. But tho mounted volunteers msdo ber of months, and again complotely transfbut a brief stand against tbo Impetuous ormed the oi bit, the peribetlou onco more charge of the lancers, and Ampudia's light becoming to great that tho comot could net infantry no sooner saw tho riflemen move bo seen from tbo earth. than thoy followed closo on their hoelt, firing At Its appearance in 1770 this comot ap- as they went The slaughter of our poor proached wltblii less than 1,500,000 miles of fellows wait dreadful; tho Texans wero annitho earth a remarkably closo approach; so hilated. In ono confused mass, riflemen and much so, indeed, that J as Place calculated that volunteer cavalry, Arkanslans and If tho comet's mtss hail been equal to that of were driven back by tho advancing the earth it would bavo sortoiisly affected the' columns of tho enemy, and littlo was wanted motion bf tbo earth, nud would bao length' to comploto the rout cned our your by about tbrco hoars. As no "Still the light infantry under Ampudla sensible disturbance was oxpeilencod. La were pressing on by tho left to the rear of Place concluded that the mass of tho comet Wood's position. Most providentially, at must have ocii less than part of that moment Taylor arrived with Davis' tbo mas of the ?arth. It was doubtless vastMississippi riflemen nud May's dragoons. ly smaller than that The former barely stopped an Instant for tho Tho comet nt its present .return lias nt men to Mil their canteens, then hastened to tractcd a widespread Interest through tbo tho field. Boiling with rage, Davis called on discovery nt tho Lick observatory of tho the Indiana volunteers to form 'behind that small companion comets tlwt attend it in its wall,' pointing to his men, and advance motion through space. Mr. Chandler sugagainst tholr euemy. Their colonol, Bowles, gests that theso may owo their existence to tho team streaming down his face, finding all tho encounter with Jupiter iu 18S0, tho unhis appeals fruitless, seized a musket and equal strain from tho opposing attractions of joined tho Mlsstselppians as a private. Time tbo planot and its satellite system having could not bo lost Ampudla was closo upon probably caused a disruption of tho cometary them. Davis formed and advanced with matter suflicicut to produce the companions. steady tread against a body moro than flvo Carrying tho investigation back to 1880, times bis strength. A rain of balls poured Mr. Chandler found that the comot remained upon tbo MIssIsslppians, but no man pulled a under the influence of the planet for more trigger till suro of his mark. Then thoso than eight months, and that previous to then deadly rifles blazed and stunned tho Mexican it Has revolving about the sun in twenty-seve-n advance. A ravino separated them from tho years' tlmo in an orbit whoso perihelion enemy. Davis gave tbo word, and with a lay near Jupiter. He also deduced tbo path cheer dawn they rushed and up the other that tho comot moved in about tho planot at side; then forming hastily, with ono awful tho appulso, and found it to bo a hyperbola volloy they shattered tho Moxlcan bead and with nn eccentricity slightly greater than drove thorn back to cover." unity, so that "tho comot narrowly escaped Timo was when sentences llko thoso would being drnw n into a closed orbit as a satellite have raised a storm of angry discussions In of Jupiter." Tlio nearest approach to tha many states; but there has been a war slnco planet in this path was May 'JO, 1680, tho dis- then which taught inou of ovcry state that tance being nbout 1)00,000 miles. panto seizes tho bravest men under some cirAt present wo caiinct tell what have been cumstances. J. B. P. tho changes and vicissitudes of this comet since 1770, tbiough tho disturbing actions of Wouldn't Salute the Emperor. Jupiter. It is now, however, free from ths Two now details, ono significant and the influence of that planet until 1021, when it other amusing, nro told in tho French papers will again suffer grutt pel turbation that may of the sojourn of William and tho empiess of onco moi o whisk it out of sight for 100 years Germany at Constantinople. or more. It will In tho mcantlmo return Tho highest dignitary of the Mussulman reunder favorable circumstances of observation ligion, Omcr Luflle, whom tbo sultan has eleiu 1800, 1003, 1010 aud 1017. vated to tho position of Sbclk id Islam, high It is hardly possiblo to estimate tho impor- priest and first dignitary of the Turkish tance of tho discovery of Mr. Chandler, as it church, refused to pay lfis-- respects to tho impresents to us ono of the greatest physical and perial guest No lnfluenco, not oven tbo sulmathematical problems that astronomers tan's, could Induce him to stay in tho palace havo had to deal with. Mount Hamilton to receive tho rulorof Qermuny nnd his wife. (Cab) Cov. Chicago Tribune. In vain did they qiioto to him passages from tho Koran recommending hospitality to crowned heads; Omcr Lufllo, who posses for A Safe Investment, tbo most learned man in tho Mussulman Is one which is guaranteed to bring you world, quoted others which exempt frotrt satisfactory results, or in case of failure a such obligation, and loft tbo sultan's palace to shut himself up in his own with his very return of purchase price. On this safe black wife. Ho did not again make his applan you can bjy from our advertised pearance in tho city uutil after tho departure of tho emperor and empress, Druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New DisWhllo tho empress was in the city sho paid covery for Consumption, It is guaranteed three visits to tbo sultan's seraglio. On each to bring relief in every case, when used occasion all the white slaves of tho sultan refor uny direction of Threat, Lungs or ceived her with music and singing, and two young daughters of tho sultan, ono 13 years CreBl.RUch as Consumption, Ihflamation 0, played some Strauss waltzes of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping and tho other for her. On her lust visit tho elder ot tbo Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant young girls, to entertain her, said that she and agreeable tr taste, perfectly safe, and knew how to recite verses very well, and, tho empress assenting, she began to recitoj to the can always be depended upon. great astonishment of tho German, soma Clover-por- t, Trinl bottle free nt G. W. Short, verses from Hugo. Tho empress, putting tho best face on tho matter sho could, npph ..dcd Ky. and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, tho young girl and then saldi Ky. "You don't know German, thent" "I do," spoke up tho younger daughter, "I know Schiller's 'Boll' by heart, but it is so hard to pronouncol You would bo very "Tlio Silent Woman," kind, inadamo, if you were to give me a lesIII ouo of tho city cemeteries is the gravo son in pronunciation." of Miss Frances Ilrunnelll, long since foi (rotAnd thereupon tbe empress and tho young ten, Sho was known as "the silent woman." In' 1879, while living with relatives in this girl tried a mutual oxcrclse in Gorman procity, Miss llrnmielll met, loved, and was nunciation. "Decidedly," said tbo child nt last, with oil loved In return by u young sea captuin tbon tho cruelty of her ago, "I prefer French; In this port Her relatives opposed tbo match, nudj ns she boliavcd, intercepted his letters to don't you, raadamof" Kansas City Times. her nud tried to keep them aimrt. Violent A Valuable Picson. altercations ensued, and during ouo of tbem, During tho Knights Templar conclave last hi a paroxysm of rage tho vowed that sho October a gentleman from Philadelphia, seenever would ugaln open her lips in speech. For wen years sho kept her vow, and eveu ing tho homing pigeons at tbo "Zoo," asked from Capt Wooden permission to tako homo ou her deathbed tho efforts ot her friends to lnduco her to break her voluntary silence a strangely marked bird, as bo wished to breed It with somo of his own, promising not were f utile. only to roturn it safely, but to send a pair of As her relatives gathered around her death-bobirds in addition. Permission was granted her fclstcr, with tears in her oyes, implored her to break her vow, if only to suy and tbo bit d was shipped to Philadelphia by express, aud In return came tbe birds promgood-bTlio two brothers added their entreaties, but to all appeals sho was obdurate. ised. Lost Friday somo ono called tbe capHer brother wcut outsldu and plucked a roso tain's attention to somo birds fighting in tho nud ofTerod it to her. Sho shook her head loft at tho "Zoo," and upon Investigation tbo and refused to tako it. However, when the bird that was making tho disturbance proved matron offered her tho samo flower sho took to be tbo one which had boon loaned and taken away to Philadelphia. If this bird esit eagerly and seemed to enjoy the porfuino. When her brother attempted to smooth tho caped from tho loft In Philadelphia and flow homo without lelug trained, it will prove a dying woman's pillow sho strongly dissented, but allotted a nurse to do it aud seemed valuable bird. The distance is about 135 grateful. A few moments after she breathed miles air line. It was given to Capt Weeden her lust She carried her roscntnioiit ngainst by Louis A, Schmld. "Washington Star. her relatives to tho bitter end. San FranQuick Winced. cisco Letter. According to a French physiologist, tho IVIint a Child Should Learn. wing of tho ordinary house fly makes 230 According to Dr. Jerome Walker, n child strokes in onesocond; tho wing of (be bumble should learn that, unliko tho loner animals, bco, 840; tbo bouoy bee, 100; tho wing of the wasp, 110; the wing of tbe dragon fly, 98; the ho needs a certain variety of food, to make bone, muscle, nerve and sinew, and to givo wing of th) sparrow, 13; the wing ot tho strength and beauty. He should bo taught Wild duck, 'I; tbo wing of tbo hutiso pigeon, about his organs of digestion, and that by tho 8; tbo wing of the osprey, 0. proper uso of thorn ho will grow strong and In China tho ghosts who aro supposed to healthy. Ho should know, moreover, what watch over tho mounds covering tho dead do tooth aro for, and something as to digestive processes. Unliko the cow, sea lion mid other not wish to bo disturbed by tbo rattling railanimals, ho cannot bolt lib food with im- road trains. 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Appear in each issue, and this humorous and 178 Fourth street; pher was never ro6re interesting than philosoGeneral office at this Louisville, Ky. time. IK ITS KDITOItUI, DEPARTMENT . W. W. IIITE, Ure.t, Home and 1'aum speaks boldly and fearlessly iu D. L. Pinny, Supt. behalf of " Farmers' Rights." It favors a revision of the tariff la behalf of the fanner; better rondsforthc farmer; Free Malt Delivery to the farmer ; among the farmers, and its dim is to " Bust Trusts," lis motto Is " Fa(r Trade and Farmers' UiicbU." Send CO cents for one year's subscrlp- Or send $1.50 and get Home and tlon Farm and Breckenridge Nows for one year, Address JN0. D. BABBAGE, OFFICE, Cl.OVKRI'OIlT, Ky. Hartllnsburtj, Ky. 5i , Attorney at Law, Court House We are Prepared to do a!! kinds of ordaiued ghost non-reside- - Not to lie Interrupted. "James," laid tho editor of a great dally newspaper to the ofllco boy, "I shall bo very much occupied for a couple of hours, and must on no account be disturbed." "Ycsslr," said James, and the editor locked himself in his private olllco end with his coat off and bis shirt sleeves rolled up, bopM an editorial on basobalL The JJjioch. An American Literary Woman. The Tribune, Henry James, and Arthur In The Bookbayer, agree in placing ConetAnco Fontaiore "Woolsoa at tuHbead of American literary women. Although, like Crawford, she can hardly be said to possert genius, or marked odgirisJIty, her intellect, te far stronger", her insight deeper, her trsataieiit broader, and her ooBrtrwtthw more precise, tbaa those of the average fee male writer. She U a grandnkto of Cooper, was born in Chvretuoat, N. II., and flntowd her edueatton at Him, Citegaray's school itt New York. "When a ofeUd her parents waved to dereUad. At Iter father's ay OB: f PRINTING , t. . Drestlnc Two Satiglitsrt, Two sisters of nearly the sam age In England aro not arrayed now in tha mim eotors nor stuffy but t tints and materials wfeleb compleinciit and harmqblze with otM nnothv, and thus clothed tbey send tho'ycdnK woman forth to connuv. The' only bad feature of in order1 to show ono another this plan is off the girls must stay together'. Fettl-mer- tut tkatli, Inl8ofl,lieUfenwrlUnforreMfflHK papers, but quickly graduated into Harpw's Monthly, and in 1878 publhJud her first work, "Castle Nowhere," Current Litera atur. u t ' .V . ,rt.iLll - ! 7t,Jr- - f AT THIS OFFICE. WifHti, v ill. . r . tf' ,,11 " vV - r'. 0 ,,