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" 4 ., in. . v .. . -- - ... t -, .j. j ,..-- i . ,.,.- ...w .M - .. i. ... Fn ., .i .. .. .., -'"' - '"";'- ,l rf!. ( ? VOX. XIV. CLOYEEPOROt JKENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1590. The JoyfuLSurprise. REV. DR. TALMAGEIN VIENNA PREACHES ONTHESURr 1 PRISES OP RELldlON. On IIU Wiiv Ilfiniu lie I'rcnclicH mi Jcriikulum. Noloinoii mid llio '.- . t. v. 4 i I'crslun I.J Inc. wheat crowned Itussln, and all tho nations of The forms of untruth which prevail among the earth shall hear tho voice or God and fall "could have expected. The half tho liulf 3 Into lino; then tho Church, which lias been a pcoplo ire ulwnys highly characteristic of mental, if not of moral, qualities. Tbo hunot told me." , m toiling an'd struggling through tho cciituri6s, ik,Loarn from this subject what nlcauriful' 'rolled andrgarlauded like a bride adorned for morous exaggerations of our people aro in thing It Is hen social position nnd wealth her husband, shall put aside her veil nnd look strong contrast with the bold inventions of surrender themselves to Ood. When religion up Into tho faco of hcrLord tho King and tho Persians, which resemble tho extravagances of tho "Arabian Nights." The outhor comes to a neighborhood, tho first to rccciro say: "Tho half the halflwas not told me." of "Frcrr. tho Indus to tho Tigris" tells tho it nttttlio womciiJ Smo racusayltU becauso,' IIKAVBN T1IK OHEATESr SURmiSB. 1 tay It is" becaiise thoynroyeakinlndod. Well, tlicroTsTcomTng a surprise to following as a specimen of Persian mendacity t Ono of the Persians nf our escort assured they have quicker ie'rcejrtlon of what is right; every5 Christian a greater surprise than more ardent affection and capacity for sub-- anything I havo depicted. Heaven is an old us that tl.o wind often prevailed with such limor emotion. After the' women have restory. Everybody talks about It. Thcro is furious fcrco that it knocked pcoplo off their ceived tho Gospel, then all tho distressed and hardly a hymn iu tho hymn book that docs legs. "Why, ouly last year," said he, with most 'tho poor of Ixrth sexes, thoso who have no not refer to It, Children read about it in rfriends, accept Jesus, list of all come tho their Sabbath school liook. Aged men put animated gestures, "it tore up the sand In greatly prospered. Alas, that it Is sol on their spectacles to study it. Wo say it is that hollow away to tho left with such force, IfBthero are thoso who have been favored a harbor from tho storm. Wo call it homo. and swept it away iu such quantities, that it of "ortuno, or, as 1 might bettor put it, fa- Wo say it Is tho houso of many mansions. oxtiosed tho remains of nn ancient town of which nobody over dreamed tho oxlstcnco bevored of God. surrender all vou have and all Wo weave together ull sweet, beautiful, deli you ex;oct to bo to the Lord who blessed this cate, exhilarant words; we weave them into fore Tho houses were discovered In rare orqueen or Sheba. Cei talnly you are notl j letters, and then wo spoil It out In roso and der. 'Tbo chambers were clear of debris aud ashamed to bo found in this queen's com- - J lily, and amaranth. And yet that place is clean swept of dust, aud, marvelous to repony. I am glad that Christ has had his going to bo a surpriso to tho most intelligent late, tho furniture was found Just as it stood imporal friends in all ages Elizabeth Chris- - . Christian. Liko tho queen of Sheba, tlio rewhen tho city was swallowed up in tho tina, queon of Prussia; Maria Feodorovna, ' port has o.rno to us from tho far coun- - earth." queen or nussla; Mario, empress of Franco; "You astonish mo," 1 said; "tills Is sometry, and many of us havo started. It Helena, tho imperial mother of Constantino: is, a desert march, but wo urgo on thing very wonderful." Arcadia, from her great fortunes building tho canlels. What though our feet bo "Yes," ho continued, "you speak the truth publio baths in Constantinople and tolling it Is wonderful. God is great, and his blistered with tho uayl AVe ore hastening for the allovlatloii of tho nmsica;, Quoon Clo to tho palaco. We take all our loves and power is infinite. But 1 will tell you tbo most wondciful thing of nil. Everything hopes and Christian ambitions, as frankintilda, leading her husband and threo Ids armed warriors,to Christian baplooked perfect and most substantial, but the cense and myi Hi and ensjin, to tho great King. tism; Elizabeth, of Burgundy, giving her Wo must not rest, wo must not halt. The momenta hand was stretched out to touch Jeweled glovo to a beggar, and scattering night Is coming on, and it is not sato out an object, the object at onco crumbled to great fortunes among tho distressed; Princo hero in iho desert. Urco on tho camels. I powder. The placo is only a fow miles off Albort, siugipg I'Upck of Ages" InWindsor )soo thooracs ftgaiust tho sky, and tho houses our road; would you liko to gallop over aud Aejl eeH r "in ckstlennd 'Quoeri 'VlciorlSincognTta.Tead-- 1 see it!" lv 4am ! ah.I el a m1 ah Ing tho Scriptures to a dying pauper. Boo tho fountains dance in tho sun, and tho "Your description," 1 aid, "is so complete I bless God that thoj day Is coining when gates flash as they opou to lot in tho poor pil- that I see tho placo before my mind's eye. royalty will bring nil its thrones, and muslo grims. Why incommode ourselves in this rain for all its harmonies, and painting all its picSend tho word up to tho palace that wo nro what is so npparontP tures, aud sculpture all Its statuary, and arI saw that he felt tho sarensm, though, coming, aud that we aro weary of tho march chitecture all Its pillars, and conquest all Its of thodewrU Tl.o.KIng will com? out mid with genuino Persian nonchalanco, lie covscepters; and the queens'of tho cat tli, in long say: "Welcome to tho palace; bathe in these ered his retreat with nn "At you will! There line of advanco, frankincouse, filling the air waters;' recline on thce banks. Take this tho placo is, nnd if you liko to see It, I nm Tand tho camels laden with gold, shall cinnamon and frauklncen-nnd myrrh and ready to accompany you." Youth's ComJerusalem, and the.gatgs shall bo ptttit u'potmi Accuser aud swing it before the panion. holstSl)" and tlio greatburdotTTof splendor altar."' And yet, my friends, when heaven Too Much "Solomon." shall bo lifted into the palaca.of this .greater bursts upon us it, will bo a greater surpriso Dr. Mulchmoro, editor of Tho Presbythan Solomon. than that Jesus on tho throno, and we made TUB K1NODOM Or HEAVEN MUST DE BOUGHT. terian, while tuuktax a tour around tho liko hlml All O'tr Christian friends Again, my subject teaches mo what is nAll pur sorrows and world, was painfully hnprcssed by tho fact earnestness In tlio search of truth. Do you toars and sins gono by forever I Tho thouthat a popular pleco of music, Iu which thcro know where Sheba wast It was in Abyssands of thousands, tho ono hundred and wo "vain rejiotitlons," may becomo irritating. Ho says: sinia, or some say in tho southern part of forty aud four thousand, tho great multiOn our tour, In nearly overy chinch wbtro Arabia Felix. In either case, it was a great tudes that no man can number, will cry way off from Jerusalem. TO get from there world without endj "Tho hnlf tho half was we preached or worshiped which had a choir to Jerusalem she bad to cross a country in- not told mo I" of somo pretensions, wo hoard the piece, "Consider tho Lilies," which in song, liold fested with bandits, mid go across blistering Tlio Man with the Cooneldn Cap. and flighty, told us flvo or six tunes that deserts. Why did not the queen of Sheba Ono night a yenr ago there weie half a Solomon was "not nrraj ed." stay at home and send a committee to inFor tlio first two or threo times we did not quire about this new religion, nnd have tho dozen of us to go up to the vlllngo hotel iu thoilckcty old 'bus, and among tho crowd consider tho gravity of tho matter, but finally delegates report iu regard to that religion and wealth of King Solomon! Sho wanted was a solemn looking old chap, dressed in becamo a llttlo rcstlvo over Solomon's conto see for herself and hear for herself. Sho very ploln. goods and wearing u coonskiu cap dition, when it was repeated and emphasized It was tho typical village hotel landlord in in modcrato tones, in tenderness nnd in hl?h could not do this by work of committee, tho barroom, a very fresh young man behind sounding tones, in trills, In shrieks, that Sho felt sho had a soul north ten thousand kingdoms liko .Sheba, and she wanted a robe tho register, mighty llttlo for Eupper, and "Solomon was not arrayed;" mid what was richer than any woven by oriental shuttles, that poorly cooked, aud thero was mote or more embarrassing, tho singers sometimes and she wanted n crown set with tho Jowelt loss growling. Tho man with tliocoonsUn looked nnd bowed to us, as if wo wero to blame for it. of eternity. Bring out tho camols. Put on cap nus trcuted very brusquely by tlio clerk, When we reached San Francisco, wo tho spices. Gather up tho Jewels of the nnd the frowsy headed waiter girl didn't seem throne and put them on tho carnvnn. Start to care whether he bad anything to eat or thought, "this will end tills Solomon businow; no time to bo lost. Goad on tho camels. not. Ho didn't say much, but it was oviduut ness." Wo that It wus a favorite in tho east because he had his bringing up When I see that caravan, dust covered, weary that ho was mad. After supper tho landlord and "Coonskiu" there; but, to our ninazemeut, wo heard it in and exhausted, trudging on across the desert and among' tlio bandits until it roaches Jeru- had a privato confab. Wheu it was ended throe churches in tho Occident as well as salem, I say; "There is au earuest seeker tho old man came down stairs, opened the oriont, that "Solomon was not arrayed." front door, and then turned to tho clerk aud In tho cost thero was appropriateness In It, after the truth." where nobody is much arrayud. But when But there aro a great many who do not act said: In that way. They all waut to get tho truth, wo hoard again In Saratoga, on different oc"You git I" "What do you mean!1' casions, thut "Solomon was not arrayed," but they want tho truth to como to them; "1 havo rented this hotel Skip!" from four to six times right along, and in a thoy do not want to go to it. Thero are peoTlio clerk put on his coat nnd hat and manner that could leave no doubt, and w hen ple who fold their arms and say; "I am ready to becomo a Christian at nny time; if I am to walked out Then "Coonskln" sent word to significant movements of tho head wero mado bo saved 1 shall bo saved, nnd If I am to bo tho cook and waiter girl toibe out in half on at us, we felt that It was timo that something lost I shall be lost.'' But Jerusalem will never hour, for tho hostler U bo gone by midnight, should bo dono without fail. Let a collection como to you ; you must go to Jerusalem. The and for tho barkeeper to vacuto by noon tho bo taken up for Solomon. religion of our Lord Jesus Christ will, not next day. He kindly allowed us to stop over come to you; you must go and get religion. night, but tic had to get our breakfast at a That slight coll, of which you think bo Bring out tho camels; put on all tho swoot bakery. By noon the doors of tho hotel were little may lend to serious double with the nailed up, Signs of "Closed" posted, and ni spices, all the treasures of tho heal t's affection. Start for the throne. Go in and hear wo footed It down to the depot tho solemn old lungs. Avoid this result by taking Ajer's Cherry Pectoral, the best known remedy the waters of solvation dashing in fountains man thawed out sufilcjently to observe: "I'm after seven more of 'era along thL line for coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis, inall around about the throne. Sit down at tho banquet tho wine pressed from the grapes of, railroad, and if I can shut 'em up tho pubof tho heavenly Eshcol. tho angels of God tho lio will bo in my debt. 1 have figured it out cipient consumption, and all other throat cupbearers. Goad on tho camels. Tho Blhlo to my entire satisfaction, and I tiuly boliee and lung diseases. of tho crime in this country declares it: "Tlio quocn of the souih" that that throe-fiftis.tlils very woman I am speaking ot "tho is Incited by, poor hotel keeping.'' Now York queen of tho south shall rise up in judgmont Sun. Christmas In England. against this generation and condemn it; for Tho English Christmas is, perhaps, the Tho World of Science. sho came from tho uttermost parts of tho richest of all in that hearty hospitality and Ants aro caught and killed at Kow Garearth to hear tho wisdom of Solomon; and, merriment, and that profusion of substantial behold I a greater than Solomon Is hero." dens by floncrs of tho orchid class. The ants good cheer which our people, liko their BritWhat infatuation, the sitting down in idle- are too largo for tho flower, but they visit ft ish cousins, so closely associato with the occaness expecting to bo savod. "Strive to enter for the sake of tho honey ;am got caught in sion. In at tho strait gate. Ask, and It shall bo tho mucilage. The flower, .however, suffers Tho "Docembcr liberties," as tho wild gamgiven you; seek, and yo shall And; knock, equally with tho tint, ' of Cbristmai bols, pranks and It is well known that whales can remain a time wero called, masquerades Christmas dinbe opened to you." Take tho and it shall tho famous long timo under water, butjoxaot, datuas to kingdom of heaven by vlolouco. Urge on tho timo havo been lacking. Dr. Kuckcn-tha- i, ner of tho barons w ith its dish of boar's head tho camels I borne upon a massive silver platter in great of Jena, has recently observed c liar impresses mo with tho Again, my subject pooned white whalo continued undor water state tho wholo longth of the Immense banfact thattellgion is a surpriso to any one that queting ball by tho major domoof the houseminutes. gets it. This story of the now religion in Je- forty-flv- o In Germany they aro niaklug coffeo from hold, attended by a largo number ot servants rusalem, nnd of tlio glory of JCIng Soomon, aud vassals, tho "mumming" or masqueradwho was a typo of Christ that story rolled Ilaiood meal roasted to1 a dark color and ing, tho singing of Christmas carols, tho playmixed with some glutinous substance before on and on, nnd was told by every travolor ing at snap dragon, hot cockles and all the coming bock from Jerusalem, Tho Jiows passing through machines which form it lp other Christmas sports and gamos, presided ' gees on the wing of every ship and with every the shape of ixmns. Experiments during thnta months, taken to over by a specially appointed officer of the caravan, and you know a story enlarges as it household called the lord of misrule or the is retold, and by the time that story gets determino the velocity of the wind at tho abbot pf unreason all these and countless down Into the southern part of Arabia Felix, top of tho Eiffel tower, show a mean velocity other features of the old Euglish Chi 1st mas, and the quocn of Sheba Jiears it, it must be a threo times' greater at the summit than tho Scott, that wonderful "wizard of tbo north," base tremendous story. And yet this queen dehas described as only ho could do It, Tlio electric light of 20,000,000 caudle powclares in regard to it, although she had heard Tho raodorn English Christmas fouud its so much and had her anticipations raised so er In tho llghthouso at Uaustholm, coast of npostlo ip Dickens, who, in bis vivid word Jutland, said to bo the most po wei fnl light in high, the half the halt was not told her. pictures, has most clearly and accurately the world, Is now lighted for service, tub convert's JOvruL sunnuss. Tho climato in tho Caucasus is fouud to bo portrayed Its every light and shadow. 'The Bo religion Is always a surpriso to any one wild abandon ot its predecessor of centuries that gets it. Tho story if grace an old story. well suited for tho cultivation of tho tea ago has been somowhat restrained, but with'plant. Apostles preached It with rattlo of chain; in the limit of becoming mirth there is still martyrs declared It with arm of Are; death no merrier Chrlstmts. It is a strango fact, Cart Loal or Lizards. beds havo nillnnod it with visions of glory, howoyor, that in England tho day after A great destruction of life place upon and ministers of religion havo sounded it tho old Law ton farm, two took Christmas, or "boxing day," as it Is called, miles up tho through tho lanes, aud tho highways, and the' severu. generations there has in an occasion of even greater festivity chapels and tho cathedrab. It has been' cut river. For among the working classes than Christmas been a mdskrdt pond about twenty rods from Into stone with chlscj, aud Rprcadpn tho canderives Its name from the consisting a half acre or day itself. vas with pencil; and it u&boou recited in the Kennebec, eight acres ofof splendid land "Christmas It boxes" or donations ot Christthe doxologyof great congregations. And more, besides which was mas spending money which are collected on worthless by yet wheu a man first conies, A look on tho ings, which made drained across its surroundwas to tho river that day by letter carriers, milkmen, butchpalace of God's mercy j and to see the royalty equally useful member! sower ground flvo to nine ers' boys of Christ, aud tho wealth of this banquet, aud by laying a When underwater won drawn off of society. and other Cor, Washington Star. tho J luxuriance of his attendants, and tho foot deep. the . to near the bottom the men noticed that it lovollnesj of his faco, and tho joy ot his seras tho was charged with animated life, and A City In the Sen. exclaims vyith, prayers, with tears, vice, he Inbottom A city at tho bottom of tho sea was seen with sighs, with triumphs: "Tho halt tho creased, t5ganIt to appear tho. struggle was estimated thero wero toward tho end of Novembor, near Tropton, and half was not told inol" loads of lizards from two to on tho shores of tbe Baltic. For a week or I appeal to thoso who aro Christians. Com- fromto flvo four cart two ton days a powerful wind bad been blowing pare the idea you had of tho joy of tho Chris- tiles shapedinches in length, mixed with reptadpole, four nnd flvo like from tbo south and on tho day the wondertian life before you became a ChrUtiau, with inches long, and athe promiscuous collection of ful sight was witnessed. I? amounted to littho appreciation of that joy you have now bugs and smaller fry, some of which looked tle less than a hurricane..' Tho waters wero since you have become a Christian, and you pushed away from tho ehoro in groat mountaro willing to attest before augols and men liko green grasshoppers, Skowhegan ains, uucovcilng a portion pf ground usually that you nover in tho days of your spiritual hidden from eight by tho waters. It was at A Fow 1'olnU for the Sniiciatltlous. bondage had any appreciation of what was to this timo that tho ruins of tho city of come; You aro ready today to auswer and A Gorman writing from Lisbon relates once a flourishing commercial censay in regard to tho discoveries you havo tho following coincidences! "When tho cater, but swallowed up by tbo Baltio between mado of tho mercy and tho grace anil tho thedral bell at Bragauza, tho ancient resiflvo nnd six contuilcs ago, was revealed to goodnessof Godi "Tho half the half was uot dence of tho Portuguese royal family, was told mei" tolling for ilia death of Queen Maria II, tho startled watchers a the HxhthauM uoar Well, wo hear a great ileal about the good mother of the Into King Luis I, in 18S3, It tho shore The unusual spectacle was en timo that Is coming to thU world, when it Is crocked. In 1801, when tho castlo ensign was Joyed ouly for a short timo, when tho storm to bo girded witli salvation. Holiness on tho hoisted half most high at Braganu on the abated and the waves retu '3d, nnd again bells of the horses. Tho lion's mane patted occailon of tho death of King redro V, bid from view what bad onco uccn the abode LovtU HsnuU-li- e by the hand of babe. Ships of Tarsbish brotl cr of tho lato king, It was torn to pieces of busy men and women. St, bringing cargoes for Jesus, and tho lard, dry, imuaullately bythestoiro. At tho death of barren. winter bleached, storm scarred, thunKing Luis 1, last month, the cathedral boll Somo ono asked an old lady about a sennoni der split rock breaking Into floods ct bright again croaked, and tho castlo ensign was "Could you remember it!" "Remember it! water. Deserts into which dromedaries again torn to shreds by the wind," Qallg-nani- 's La, no! The minister oouldn't remember St thrust their nostrils, because they wore afraid Messenger, himself. Ho bod to hare it written dov73," of the simoon, deserts blooming Into carna' Cbrhjtaln Advocate. tion roses and sliver tipped J Hies. nnd "Dashaway" all opium preparations It is the old story. Everybody tells it, Rive Dr, Bull's DuV-- Syrup to tbo babies Sociable Touchers. XmUIi told it, John told it, Paul told It, Ese-kA down cost constoblo bod a hard experitold it, Luther tola it, Calvin told It, It Is Ihe only remody which contains no ence the other day. Ho went out otter a ' John Milton told Jt everybody tells it; and opiates. r gang of jvjachers, and was not only cordially yet and yet when the midnight shall fly the yourself, received by them, but was invited to accomIfjouhave been over-eatihills, and Chi 1st thai! marshal his great army, .do.", before you have pany thero on a hunting cxjieditlon. Tho idols into the dust, take a dose o( Lux and China, dusWng was sot apparshall hmr the yoU'e el God and wheel Jtito something whose, It is (lie best remedy reason for so much cordiality bis late coment until tho officer found that line; and I lid la, destroying her Juggernaut ip such cases. Price only 25 cents panions bad managed to leave him alone on and snatching up her tittle chjldreu from tiie a uninhabited island, where they kept him Ganges, shall hear 'the Yotoe of God and Nkwb, Subscrjbefor tboDRECKEKHinnc for two days and nights. Lewlston Journal. wWi into line; aud vine covered Italy and NO. 24. USE. L. H, B.) AISTTBE'? 9sVlj umoru:. 'add more than ilfty per cent, to what lion been related. It exceeds everything that I ? mi R0YAI THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LODBMB U.ST. SHORTEST, QUICKEST (L. AND BEST LINB TO ij LI Cholera Cure! St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. C AND ALL POINTS i West and Tins-Car- d In Sffsct Dec, 16, Qtii'cn of Mit'bu. Tiiuirlit llic Clirlkflmi .In r.xumplc ot i lie Motlilttl,' f.pMhntiM - "Jh o u s a ft d 5 ofNf ollar? worth or chickens'dieTfvery year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to be of its' efficacy ohly requires a trial. A sccenJsVbQttlc; is enough, for one hundred" chickens. It is guar: antped. If, .after using-of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfiedwith itias'acurc fbrOfiicken Cholera, return it to the Undersigned an'd your rrioney will be refunded. con-vince- d two-third- s F For'gale by 0. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. 8Tor xovxi cotjen ynra 1 A . $ Ho went down to Eilon-gebo- r and ordered n fleet of ships to be constructed, oversaw the enrn-nol- o, workmen, and watched tho launching of tho flotilla which was to go out on more than a , year's voyage, to bring home the wealth st the then known wot Id. Ho hoard ,that tho Egyptian horses' were largo and swift, and SOLE PltOriUETORS, long manod and round limbed, and ho reIXDIANA. JJVAWSVIIXr, solved to purchaso them, giving eighty-liv- e SOLD BY DRUOOIBT3 OENRAIJ,Y , dollars apiece for them, putting the Lest of Itcmovo Corns, Warts & Uunlons with theso horses in Ills own stall, and selling the surplus to foreign potentates at great profit. CERTAIN CORN CURE. Ho heard that there was the best of timber Gtmt. on Mount Lebanon, and ho sent out one SOLD AND WARRANTED BY, hundred and eighty thousand men to how down the forest and drag tho timber through tho mountain gorges, to construct it into rafts to bo floated to Joppa, and from thence to bo drawn by ox teams twonty-flv- e miles across tho land to Jerusalem. He beard that there wero bcau'iful flowers in other lands. He sent for thom, planted them in his own gardens, and to this very day there nro lowers found in tho ruins of that city such as oro to be found in no other part of Palestine, the lineal descendants of tho very DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD flowers that Boloinon planted. He heard In .pit. ol adulterated tmlution. which m he the . that in foreign groves there wero birds of and practical reult of tbs Original, lnepiteof groaatiet ml.feprewntatlane br enriou. ould4e the richest voice and luxuriant wing. He sent romp titora, andjnaplteof "base attempt. tS rob' him out people to catch them and bring them of the fruit 01 nil iawniaii 01 wmcu u.mun.ii.1. wv enperinritr and pooulantr of hll teaching). undoubted there, and ho put, them into his cages. Imf I.iliUlttV Art .1 Ner.r Forgetting la r.cognltod Epoch la Loth Stand back now and see this long train of t'wl7 InUultura.Hemisphere, aa marking antree; guc. Memory Ilia I'roipectua (aani pan camels coming up to tho king's gate, and the opinion, of peoiileln all parte of the (Iole who bare act. oilly atudled hlaKratera tT correepondence, ehowinc ox trains from Egypt, gold and silver tint bia Sratem l v$nl nn(u tchil btinff ftmlifd, net precious stones, and boosts of .every boot, and and afttrmtrai; that anv looKcanbeUarntiUnattngii. JTor Froapectue, birds of every wing, and fish of every scale I i'eninand'rMtlmmilalaaddre NlY Bee tho peacocks strut under tho cedars, and I'ror. A. LOlStTTK, 237 Firth Avenue, tho horsemen run, and the chariots wheel I Hark to tho orchestral Qazo upon the dancol Not stopping to look Into the wonders of tho temple, stept riglit.on to the causeway, and pass up to Solomon's patacol Hero we flndoursel vos amid a collection of Itarildlnponiterj the,kJrig had, lavished the wealth or many empires.'" The genius of HieeaaVeaBBjBvaBjaaaBeBBjeejetyefBBBeBBBaeBBM ram, tho architect, and of tho other artists is here seen in thq Jong Hue of corridors and the FOU- suspended gallery and the approach to tho throne, Tracerled window opposite traceried ONE MONTIIS' TIUAL 'Window, Drouzed ornaments bursting into OPTI1B- Jotus and illy .and pomegranate. Chapiters, surrounded by network ot leaves, in which Imitation fruit seemed suspended, as in hanging boskets. Three branches bo Joscphus. tolls us throo brandies sculptured on tho The Bost Afternoon Papor in marble, so thin and subtle that oven tho leaves Beoraod' fo'qblver, A laver, capable of the South. holding five hundred barrels ot water, on six hundred braen ox heads, which gushed with Water and filled tho whole' placo with coolness awl, crystalline brightness; and musical plash. Ten tables chased, with chariot wheel and lion and cherubim. Solomon sat on a throno of ivory. At tho seating place of the throno, on each end of the stops, a braien lion. Why, my friends, in that placo they trimmed their candles with snuffers of gold, and they cut their fruits with knives of gold, and they washed their faces $5 a Year. in basins of gold, end they scooped put tho 50c a Month. ashes with shovels of gold, and 'they stirred tho altar flrcs'wltb tongs of gold. Gold reflected in tho Water I Gold flashing from tho THE EVENING POST CO, opparcll Gold blazing in the crown! Gold, gold, gold! Of course tho nows of tho affluence of that icv. placo went out everywhere by every caravan and by wing of avcry ship, until soon tho streets of Jerusalem aro crowded with curiosCo.' ity seekers. What is that long procession apTexas Louisville, Str Louis proaching Jerusalem! I think from the tie royalty in the train. pomp of it there-mus- t 1 smell ther breath of tho tpicosiwbich aro brtjugb as present, attd JJiear. thojshoui of the drivers, and 1 sea the- dust covered cara-"varf showing thut'thcy comd front for away. Title I lie: rrrect Cry the nows up to the palace. Tuo queen of At 6:00 o'clck A. H,, Sunday, Ssc. IS, 1689. Shebu advances. Let all tho pooplo conio out to soe. Let tho mighty men of tho land come 'Weit Bound Traiut t'uil Hound tmtin out on the palace corridors. Let Solomon Fcome down the stairs of tho palaco before the moLand mil. and STATIONS, xxpuksi). queen hasallghted. Shake out tho cinnamon, KXrBias. aslmus, IMiv Lr,UnlonDepotILoulv'e..Ar. 1.20Jji and the MftTon, and the Into tho and tho treasure Ktntucky Strut. l.ni .. frankincense,. and pass 'it C8.00 , Alma lloune house. Take up the diamonds until they l'loasuro Itlduo L'ark plittcr In the Sun. Yalloy SIIX WOULD 8X8 FORlIEJlSKUr. ....,.Mtadow l.awn The queen of JBbebs. alights. She enters View Ulver tno palace. Che washes at tho bath. She I2.3& Weet I'ulnl 8.4- 5tits downat tuebqHOt. The cup bearers 12.U4 -- Rock Uaten 9.10 The tnusio Lang liranoh U25 ll.iiiu bow. The meat, smokes. .waters ' Oasb of tho from tho UranJonburg ...... ....! 1.44 0.36 m ....'. , Ekrpn 11.35 . from the., ban.TVtea 'sbo-r4fitoUea ,9,47 11.24 Ouiton quet, mmLwoIIh through she eettservatorics, . 0.5B 111,08'.. Irvlngton ,...11.14 ., and gases en ttm arehrtec4ure, ftd she asks 11.01 Ralomon-niAii- v. Webiter 10.17 straruM questions. ard tho 10.63 Lndibarc 10 27 '.learns about tlrelt(to(of tho Hebro, and 10.42 10.42 Plerco it, wrvuuii ui iuu sue vUSJianu ' , 10.31 , -- Suiople.,, 10,48 '! Lwdilod. 1 10.24 SiKiilioniport 1U.5B ,, " Bfce lrf Buebegina to Uiink 1015,. ..llolt',. kILOU ...,...., the spices she; lwoiigbt wd jUl the 'that all B.51 ., 11123.7, ,;.j..- Oluverport wopd yiflplx are, toteVidW Sklllietri l.44 ll.lt .. .....'.M,...UwvJllo ,,.,.., ,i 9 28,. prsoleus into .harps , and, ..psakwie to be wand turaxl 11:53aw 9. J 1 v. iato,,rallBgsior tlw'pewsejTBy botweeo the FsIcob,..., I2.03rki ttw.ipftlawKnand'Uue lona.bua-dre- d Leieieeort 12.1B Puirwe awl sight? &Qrndtdolara)in1ifloay --. 8.27 k. P.i.W 4ml begins, ta4Ulk, that, alltheug pjwnts .11.50 ..(UwcofWoro is ..Lv fi 15at J jMiW.bMkAiH IK! il4e;&Hti 1,00 Arr 7.47 ,. 1,21 - ....... i ,8toly almost Mhnmul .that lbs .ha lawiKht them, re-Ho- to - Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, "Whooping1 Con&ii- Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption nnd ttIU conenniptlro pnticnts in stores t Trill euro when and rolloiro in Iho worst cases. Koo that C. C. C. Is blown in flrory foot- tie anil take- no other. 25c. J. O. MENDENHAXIi & CO., - Vikn.va, Jan. 0. Tlio Itov. T. De Witt Talmuge, D.U., of Diooklyn, preached in this city today on "The Burpriscs of His text was I Kings, x, 7: "Behold, the hnlf was not told to me." Tho sermon was as follows! Appearing before you toW, my mind yet agitated with tho sconeryiprtho Holy Land, from which wo have Just arrived, you will expect mo to revert to some of tho scenes once onacted there. Mark' a. circle .around Lake Galilee, and another circle around Jcrusalera;fai)(t y(ou describe the two regions Iri which cluster memories of more events than In any other two circles. Jerusalem was a spoil of fascination that will hold mo tho rest of my life. Solomon, had .rtesved , iiint. mat city snouiu; ixvtuo center-o- r all sacred, regal and commercial magnificence. He set himself to work and monopolized tho surrounding desert as a highway for his caravans, Hojjuijt the city of Palmyra around one of the principal welli of tho cast, so that all the long trains of merchandise from the cast wero obliged to stop there, ay toll and leavo part of thoir wealth iu tho hands of Solomon's merchants, i Ho manned the fortreeiTliapsacus', attha,ch!ef .V.UV. IUU 1.UI1UULV9, WIU JlUbUUUUl JUUIU everything ithat, "passed there. The three great products of Palestine wluo pressed from the richest clusters and celebrated all tho world oyer oil, which iu that hot country is tho enMro substitute for butter and lard, and was pressed from tho olivo branches until etery troe in tho country became' an oil well; and houoy, which was the entire substitute for sugar those threo groat products of the country Solomon exported, and received) inv return fruits and precious woods and the animals of every cllmo. ." POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of Mure purity, strength and wholesomenen. economical than the ordinary kinds, anil can not be sold In competition with tbe multitude of Ion teat, short weight alum or tihoihhato ponders. Sold only in cam. Hotal BtKINO Powder Co., 100 Wall Street, Ken York. Lv, Louisville 8:45 a.m. ,.9:00 p.m. ..4:10 p.m. Arr 8t. Louis 7:15 " ...7:25 Evansvllle 2:25 " 9;0 p.m. For further information, call on or address, JOS S 0DI0RNE, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B L. BRYANT, Trav. Pasig'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. i ) SELF.POMHG TBS POTS. Saves 25 to SOff of Tea. YOU DO NOT LIFT THE POT -- gs& .. .vnr..B n thou-sand.- POURS by lowering ltd sW 11 V The part handled Is COLD, ' v M i 189Q. nows-paper von Ct Lilt, Pains, Dlehl tCo., Willa, Pa. u HOW SOLOMON ENLARGED HIS KINGDOM. Price Somo people agree with The Bon's opinions about men spd thlnga, and snmo people don't ; bat everybody likes to got hold of the which Is never dull and never afraid to spenk ts mind. Drmocrnls know that for twenty years Tiik Sin has fought In the front lino for Democratic principles, nover wavering or weakening in Us lojally to tho true interest of the party it aortcs with feurlets intelligence and dieinter-este- d vigor. At times opinions have differed Dr.Bull'8 Cough Syrup SSiffBHS as to tho best meant of accomplishing tho com mon purpose ; It Is not Tim Sun's fault If It has seen further Into the millstone. mtbcoik WifrV . Onrnfllifl Eighteen hundred nnd ninety l the year 1 11 MIIES eUOIMthat will prubiMy determine the result of Ibe KT .VWsMHl" l". the world Our facllliititrt BtwinaM nd to Introduce out PrelluVntinl election of 18U2, and perhaps the kk I V, seajFllxl,. toOllKl'fc.KtoV In ttch ioctWr, fortune! of Uemecrifcy for the net of the cenOnljr aibo.oncirintboi who wrluf mtk inr tdiuftt tury. Victory in 1892 is a duty, ami tho thu chine All TOibv lodo In return UU how out; rtod to of 18011 is the licit ilmo to start out thoM who ftll roaf ktrlrhbort 111 frla anJ Ihnli round in en in pony with fus Silt, W- 'ftnfatar f I' dvfTtiMmont thaws, th iBftll tad of Iho tls) Pally, jcr tncntli $() 50 ocopt, Tfat foflOTTbg cut F.T iho opprtBco of It rwldryd io IMIy, per year 00 Sunday, per j ear 2 00 Dally nnd SunJiiy per year K 00 nart At ItaLnlk It ii a rnnd.doubtoiltottli aiHi Ilaily anil Sunil.y per month, . 0.70 w wlIW.MhwyuhoWTotj 7 Weokly Pun, or.o your, . 1 00 from tb iUrr,whh. tan m.k. from 03 toSlO day at leaat,rallaiprcMchirrt out ciMrianc Uttf r writ at one. Wo Aililrvss TIIC MTN, Neu York. AdJrfii.n UALLTT4CO,l.Xoi H0, l'iuaiuaJU(n I :m 1 . JIi:sT'i. 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Jl() i Til Ell E MID PATTEHSOX Your remarks through thfc Republican nre cnmniondnblo from one point ol view, deplornhle, wrelclied and pitiful from anCommendable for tho segnclnus other mnnnerin which you frame your elusive reply ; deplorable, wretched nnd pitiful whon viewed as an argnment against free trade You content yourself by accusing us of trying to evade tho point at issue without mttklnc any effort to maintain the position wliicrTyou have, taken. In you article of Deo." ClKjyou entreat us to lellyoQliow the "free selling of Canada's farm and forest products in this country would be to our ndvantnge " Here you think you have asked a question which is not capable of being answered, but by a slight inquiry wo would ho able to produce evidence that will expose the awkward posilio'i which you huvo taken, and at tho same time knock the gublci end ol the stronghold of your imagination into smith-erln- s. In the' above quotation you used We will the word "forest products." adopt the Bit mo and show you how tbe free aelling'WCanada's forrsT products in this country would be worth millions yearly-ICanada are vnst forests covering ground unfit'fjY cultivation With free trade Canada would almost supply onr markets wiih lumber and nt the tame time protect our forests from tho ravages of the protected lumber monopolies. Tho histories of other countries show to us what follows the extermination of the forests. It brings about detrimental results which could never bo replaced by rnillionsof dollars We 'could refer you to whole countries which were once ferlllo nnd populous, but a- tbe they ore now arid forests were devaluated deserts, unpeopled aud uncultivated. Now wo claim that free lumber from Canada would check this continual war on our forest", and in tho courso of time save us millions of dollars. Here wo might stop, but this is not what you want; you would evade this by saying that we are looking too far ahead. So we will come right down to the present time and deal with the facts as they are. There Is a tax of ?2 00 and upwards on every 1,000 feet of lumber shipped from Canada into the United States. This tax is practically prohibitory, or in other words, it excludes the Canadian nrticle and leaves the American manufacturers a margin of $2 00 on the 1.000 feet to ploy on over and above its true value. The"Araerican lumbermen make use of this and advance the price of homo lumber, say $1 75 on the 1 000 feet, aud are still enabled tb undersell the Canadian product. Then, ov ry lime the lion est American farmer buys 1,000 feet of lumber he pajs$l 75 more than it is worth This money iB taken from the pockets of tbo fanners and put into the coffers of tho lumber monopolies Give us free iumbor from Canada nnd this $1.75 on the 1,000 feet will remain in the pockets of the purchaser and thereby save us millions of dollars. Kvery house, every born, every fence stands n monument proclaiming this damnable thievery which has becu perpetrated an tl o people by lumber being protected. n HAR01NSBURG DEPARTMENT, .A-TTIEIfcTTIOIEsr u NPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED, v, ti.iiiiitiAor, - - JNO.D. BADBAQE X- - :ilitr I.., hi. I.. -- .V T. l.ornl Time Cnril. 0.59 11.13 4.31 V ill 11.23 On tb Witt's nnd buy ynnr overrents at Mall and Express going East West East,...:;... Kxpreoi ' West Knit Mixed West " f a.m. a.m. p.m. j.ia. A.m. ' 99 .tn. to unit coimi.:si'oni.itn. Get the news cost. As Ovorcoats nt less than cost at Beard ' . Bctler 8. Miss Clara Myers, lluras, was visiting hero last week. Dent, Cliflon Mills, was in Mr, Hoard town last Monday. nothing hit Celelnated Maxima in and gel all the netcs and the ntwiJl'l)om Dana's Journal!, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For County JudgeThoi. Adktsson, For County Attorney, JnJgo Milton For County Clerk, For SberilT, Hoard. J. E. Moniroh, J. S. DeJernette. For County Sup't of School, Jas. W. Miller. For .Ulterf John Blaton. For County Assessor, Lea Cashumn. For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly. For Coroner, W. H. Pendleton. Ladies' and genu' underwear goieg at first cost at Wilt's. Telegraph poles are being distributed along the L , H. & W. owis your chance; Wilt is cutting prices on nil winter goods. A bandsomo set of china to bo given . away at Beard & Boelor's. t Mr. Walter Plgg6lt and wife, llewley ville, are visiting in the city, A good building lot on Main street canj, ' m- not be had for less than $10 per fool. iting Judge Board's family lust week, Mr James W. Lewis, Brandenburg, ,is here looking alter the railroad litigants. l A largo line i.f heavy booto and shoes' will he cold at a bargain at Beurd iV Heeler's Mr Clmpeze AViuhen, Braudenburg, is hero ihis week engnged in the railroad Miss Mollie Board, Hudso-tville- FARMER S. WORKMEN I TB .AJLVES'Z'ZES . Them; Six Pockets. Double Sewed. BXJXjXj Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporate! by the Legislature In 1BC8, Tut Educational and CbirlluMe purposes and Its franchise was made a part of tbe prcsont HUto Constitution In 187U,by an overwhelming popular vote. mm Attestoil As follows t .v :r:n:x Re-inforced. ! dog Cotton. Try- Ti? MAjtmoTii rrtfplacq hciiil - ituAU'iK lake Amiiinll), Jiiho uml December, unit Hn (1HANU NIN(ll,i: MJfllilCIl DIIAW-INti- S take plnro an eneli .r Mm oilier let moiitliN In I he I 'ii r, unit ure nil luibllc, hi drawn InNuw UrleiiiiM,tlm Acudnin Itlnxlc, f.n. FOR TWENTY YE'ARS FAMED j-- For Integrity of its'Drawlngs, and prompt payment or us prizes, Sowed with Merrick's six-cor- d ttfh ti . t . ; t. It- tt i r " (, .- w Jj . 1H'" U K5 Ci , was vis- t I o re B " ! "7 i . . ii The rumor i rq rt J r . ,U ' ,! ! - h is. 'g 5 re it a on. t " We do hereby certify a' we aupertiar the arrangementafor all the Momtfily and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company, and in jierson manage and control the bravtlpgs that the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and use authorize the Company to use this certificate, with of our signatures attached, in its advertisements.'" them-iehes.a- nd fac-simil- es "i is soon to that Mies Mary bo married is denied. Anderson - &H W vVt. ..9 W1 fr j ' f M J Tiir. City Council of Pmiilcfort. .Ky., paused an ordinance probibitlne llm sale of Gignreltea In tho city. &'&& 'PXIJRlrC liANAUX, hri Comtnlsslotioxa, Thg Ohio Legislature convened Monday-Onor its drat duties will bo to elect United Statea Senator to succeed Mr. Payne. Kkv T. DeWilt Talmaue is rich. Ho ia a Rreat lecturer and has n way if making managers settle up before he begins a lecture, ia as there will be uo tnisunderstand- - suits. Rev Geo. Hoyos, Russellvilie district! preached at the M. L Church South last Sunday. Rov, Robinson has been conducting a very successful meeting at Clover Oreok Baptist church. Mr. Richard May is ixpectiug his brother, Alex May, here from California thin. week to pay him a visit. It it reported here that Sulzcr k Bio. are going to put up a store house qn the L , H X W., near Jlarned's Station. Mr. John Slaton killed some of tho largest hogs of the season last week, the heaviest neighing aver 400 pounds net. Mr Kli U, Dean, of Rock Vale, was in town Monday, lie says several farmers In his country have lost large quantities of meat. Old man Jonas Gregory, of Iludsonville, wus sent to tho poor houso by Judge last week to become a charge on tho county. The members of the Masonic, lodge of this place will hold a public installation of oflicers, at the court house on the third Monday in this month, Since tbe railroad has been built thro' Garfield that it t lo tiwn has improved rapidly. Some eight or ten houses are under way and town lots are comnonding n Gne price. Three car loads of hogs went up over the L , H it W from Long Lick neighborThey were owned by Kli hood jesterduy Dean, J D Beeler, Will Moorman and others. Sinco tr litis began running the ,coal dealers have become numerous. Messrs, May it H'ard and Alf Robards are handling t u Pittsburg article, and Ilaswell & Smith the Spottsville variety. There is only one train a day on the L IK V W. at present. It leaves here at 7 a. m , reaching lrvingtoti in time to make connection with the east and west bound trains on the L , St. L. & T , and returns Ad-kissI Buttons also stumped II. & H. Bull Dogs. Bcwirc of imitations. Wear wiiheornfort. Buttons don't come pfE Never rip. Every Puir speaks for itself. point stayed. 1 ' Every .it . Price same as you pay for Shoddy, 'his warrant on every pair. ' ii. We the Undersigned Hanks and JlanL era will pay all lrizes drawn in the Louisiana Stale Lotteries which may hi at our counters. U, IU. WAIjISI.EY, Prci. IionUlana pre-jent- cd 'i i ri i Satisfaction Guaranteed or money refunded, Pants. Wo take pleasure in calling the attention and recommending to the public the above' Utarid1 of TcanS' l'roi. Stato Nn. tlonat Hank. Ak UAIiDWIN, Iren, New Orlonim National taHk. pxill. KOHN Pre. Union National Hank, GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING In the Academy of Music, NewOrlcsns Tuesday, January 14, 1890. National Hank. -- V Bead the Guarantee and when needing Jeans Pants give us a call. Their are a half dozen lady candidates and our young representative rice Jolly is much bewildered because he can't put In a olo for all of them. at Frankfort far Stato' Librarian, f" All goods delivered free within city limits. WM. VEST & SONS, Any one wishing to take tbe Nkwh can obtain ittbrough John T. Ditto at this point for one dollar a year. Geo D Richardson, Jas. P. Grear, R S. Dowelt, Win. Ditto, sr. and J. O. G. Anderson belong to the board of supervisors. Alfred Ditto has been confined to his bed for more than two weeks with (lux. Vey sick last week, but condition improved at this writing. Mr. Klltoryou will please excuso us for so many society Item , for there is very litllo going on up here at this season of the year, bnyond that to speak of. Tbe mnsquerade party given nt Mrs C. G. Moremou's laBt Wednesday ove, was n success in every respect and a pleasant for all. Kich masque represented something. Mrs H. C. Rawlings 'received a telegram Saturday from Decatur, III., ibatone of her 'grand children was very ill with diptberia, and she left on the noon train for that point. Mr, Ilrerley nnd Miss Hettie Colotnan were quietly married at the brido's home ounaay ovcning. puss uoieraan was formerly editress of tho Meade County News, and a very deserving lady. The wheat fields are looking as green and forward as if it was Spring. Should it turn extremely cold it might possible do some damage tq them, as the wheat is bound to he very lender from its rnpid growth and mild weather. CLOVRRPORT; KY. ToO,OOQ ' Capital Prize, $300,000. Tickets at X'wenlyMrTollnrn .chcIi. llttveU mo: Quarters a; Xettlbs 2;f'XtveHtletUHl. tiST or BRANDENBURG. Mils Lala Lewis was very sick last week, Richardson was in town Hon. Qus Monday. Singularly Unfortunate. ' Tbe Henderson Journal of the 4th sava : Col. Ji. M, McCracken, of the Texas, has given 13. II. Thdrnns who was burned out last night, a carte blanche order to get what furniture he needs to resume houseMr. keeping at the former's expense. Lorisvii i.e reports a great increase in her industrial advancement during' the year 1889. The assessed value of her real estate in the city is iC5.00O.On0, on increase of $16,000,000 sinco I860. Gov. and Mrs. Ouckner gave their first reception of the season in honor of the General Assembly last Friday evening. Miss Mildred, daughter of of Gen. It L. Lee, of Virginia, was present. lluiu.v Wntterson, father of Henry Wallerson, of the Courier-Journa- l, is niuk-in- g his annual visit at Washington. He ia eighty three years of age, but is ready at any time, it is said, to write a gossipy letter or a tariff reform editorial for his son's paper. likely that Hon. Joe Blackburn will make the walls of the old capital building ring with some true old Kentucky o'oquenco, when the Democrats honor him with n new lease on his seat in the United S atrs Somite. He goes in without and honor well merited. While the lion. Jim lilaine is discussing the turiir question from a Republican w aland point in the North American there is the Hou. John G Carlisle on the sum e subject, but from the DemoMr. Maine is cratic side iu the Forum. considered very high authority on the turiir, but hen ho wakes up Mr. Carliilo lie's mighly opt to find him loaded. He-vie- It is quite Hon. W C. P Hreckenridgo in a letter the Tar IT Iteform Cub of Philadelphia gives some sound views on that all question that is to come up for revision in WJ2 To relievo the people of the burdens imposed by an duty on the necessaries of life is tho primary object of th e Democratic party, nod to this end they will labor until tho great work is accomplished. t over-exacti- GOV. liCCKXEll'S MESSAGE. GoMiiMiit Huckner's messago which was given to the Legislature last week was nn able document and clothed iu some excellent good sense which the mombers of the Legislature might profit by close reading Gov. Huckster in hit executive career has shown himself to be a model chief magistrate and he is firm in bis sense of duty to tbo people of the State and sees many abuses in our own municipal system which he thinks demands immediate attention. The Governor is not slow to point out the existing evils of the day, and Is firm and outspoken in his suggestions as to somo of the remedies that are needed. The presj mid people will both applaud the warning he has given the Legislature aud agree with him that some speedy remedies are called for. The wrongs alluded to have not been speedy, but of a gradual growth, aud have been tolerated for such a time 'as that they seem to be a fixture with us. He gives us timely warning aud says that they mutt be checked Oflicers are neglecting their duty, crime ia on the increase nod the courts are too slow to punish, offenders. He luys the responsibility at the door of our publia officials and thiuks that until they can be compelled to uphold the law we cannot look lor a better system of artier. Referring lo this matter be iivjs- "In every case of lawlessness on an extensive rcsle, which baa been investigated; the cause Is directly traceable lo tho neglect of civil officials. Certainty there is" remedy for s,uclr neglect of duly and tlh'e Legislature should deal; it tout speedijy. Let it not be said of old Kenluqky that her courts uro too slow in punishing dime, or that her sworn officers are neglectful in bringing olTt'nders to answer." There are many other changes the Governor suggests should be made in,our State policy which his observation has convinced him are necessary. The fees of our public oflicers should be revised and more of them paid out of the treasury of the State instead of collecting them from the people. 1 he jury system, sajs he, has been a greaj J ruin on the treasury and needs Invest! Ration, The ruesjsase throughout is a well manned document and will bear reading from legtnulng to end, Last Friday night n number of young folks gathered at Mr and Mrs V. G. 's residence in the K,vtt end, where they spent several hours pleasantly iu social chat and amusement. Prof. Scott and Miss Nora Smith furnished the ramie, and the evening was much ettj tyed by all present Some very strange things happen occasionally. Only a short time ago Mr V. V. McCracken ran his men in here, elected a new bourd of Directors, officers, etc. of the L . H &, W Now one of those directors doesn't know whether he is in or out, and a few days ago asked Judge Mercer how tbe thing stood The following parties came down on the Abe Richardson, train last Monday: 0Kof the gratest outrages practiced Nicholas, Minor Compton, Dan it. upon the people is the iniquitous trust ou John M. Smith, Garfield ; R M. Jolly, W. W. sugar. I'uro while granulated sugar is Williams, Fdgur Bennett, John Wimp and K igland at wholesale 3 selling today in Arthur Williams, Irvington, Mike Lyd-a- n cents per pound. Ihis price yields a profand Jim Stuart, Webster, Ernest Hen it to the manufacturer aud wholesale dealderson, Greer. Undy and Jas. Adfirat, be purchased er. Granulated suuar cau Bewleyyilto. today in England nt retail for I cents per It Is teilly amusing to tend the accounts pound, or thirty pounds for one dollar The sirae quality of sugar is selling to of the L lis & Wr railroad in the daily New York today ut G 87 to G 'JO per papers, Some of them report that tbe pounds at wholesale uad 8 cents per road will be com plot ed to Fcrdsville id 100 pound retail The duty on granulated February, when the fact is they will hardsugar when imported is 3 12 cents per ly reach there before next June. It is pouud, so.that the consumers of sugar, in doubtful whether any of treae papers could l- W. if called this country are pajmg the Sugar Trust a give the mute of the L , II pound. We consumed upon. They know it runs through Westhalf cent on every In 188G. 2 G77.bl5.81Q ern Kentucky, and that's all in- - this country pounds of sugar and on these tales the The condemnation suits against tho L , trust pocketed the sum of $Kl,38D '229.20 H. A, W railroad, by parties near Irving-to- n, and the, people, weretaxed on this neces- were begun n tbe county court last aart nfMllft iivhp fthd nfinvn wlint thp r ti. Monday. Those oyer whose land the road ; ' . . . a sumers in imgiaou pay jor toe same, ton runs and the damages asked for are as folenormous figure of $3.1711 G04 10. 'Down lows : John Wimp ?:i 000, Ferd McGehee with the Trusts I Klizabethtown News $1 COO, James AdumsSCOO K'ias llhodes' heirs 1000. Pej ton Hendtrson 1900, W. Since the Dickerson parole bill was put G Bandy $1 000 The cases will be hotly a operation in October, 1888, there have contested by parties on both sides. The been fifty prisoners released 'from, the railroad company is represented by Frankfort peuitentiary on parole. They Messrs Murray & Mercer and Wathon, are scattered iu different counties in tho and the defendants by Mr, J. W Lewis, ol State and the report Is that 'their wn luct Brandenburg. The land owners are conis generully good. tending for full damages for the reason ' ' that tbey were already in a convenient The Lbultvilfe limes is just u little off distance ol tho L, St L & V before tbo tThp rJemocreT's oj Brecfitinrldge qqunly L II k W- - was bi'ilt and the latter road want Judge Jonit Alleu Murray to repre- btiogs them uo material advantages, Pres sent the-u- in the Constitutional Conven- . ideut W. V McCracken was here in bis tion, and Copt- - A J Grois to represent private car lat Thursday and took up sevtheni in Congress eral gentlemen from this place to view 'the lands and testify as witnetsisin his behalf A to the rral value of the lauds GouiiNou Uuckner hit the raUroad lobthe d mares that will result byists at Frankfort a pretty hard lick iu bis message to the Legislature.' Ihis was by reason of tl e building ol the roud right, and probably no other aut of men there teems to be a conflict of opinion, but the owners aro ho'd ng for , needd1twworse. big G.uren and are backed by a number of witnesses Tbo canes ill cuisume a week 'CaCt, A J Gross and wifo uro at Frank or more of the Couri'u tlase. fort, the gats of Judge Lewi, of the Court of Appeals. News. Subscribefor thn Buccicsn-hidok- Bib-buuew Tut. Kentucky Legislature took a day or but the members have c If last week, again assembled and at this writing may be fairly ready to get down to business. The Speaker has named all the committees, all the subordinate oflicers of both the House nnd tho Senate have been appointed and there is nothing now but work ahead A United States Senator and the Public Printer were elected, which disposes of all the offices except that of Stale Librarian This will be filled this week but possibly not without n prettj lively scramble, as thore are a number of candidates in the field Joe lllacklurn walked into the United States Senate fur another term w.thout opposition. Col. K Polk Johnson as elected Public Printer, of whom it may be laid, that it would be hard to find u better one. Our Representative, Hon. Tice Jolly, is at his post and getting shaped up for business. He has been ass'gned to the commiltco on Wajs and Means. Tice is fresh iu tbe matter of the Nna legislation, but he has to put iu full time at the Capital aud come home at the end of sixty days with a good record. so at 1 30 p m. ,, 1 Dan Drooks, of Louisville, wa In town last week. V. C. McCool was in town tbo fore part of last week. The school girls all left fur their various schools Sunday. Mr. George Frjoilre is shoviuu the quill in the bank nuvr. Mr. Ned Ilees, ol Colnmbm, O', left for his home Tuesday, Mr T. A. McAulifl'wotit up to the city with a lot of hoi; 8 last week, Hon. Cbupeze Watlieu went to Ilardius-bur- i: Sunday to attend court. Mr. Kirk, of Louisville, bought 8 mules of Mr Jim McAuliff last week. Miss Kva Carrigan has been spending a lew day b with tho Misses Lewis. The stock holders of the Doe Run Gas ' Co. met in Brandenburg Monday. County Court Monday and good many people in town for such a bad day Mr. M, II. Fontaine is speaking of moving his drugs to Qustou in tbe Spring, Mr J, W. Lewis and Jas. Bryant are attending court at UardinBburg this week. Miss Lucy Hawlings was the guest of Miss Julia Ditto a few days of last week. McDonald commenced Miss Faunie school at Deech Grove in tbe bottom MonState ov Ohio, Citt or Toledo, 1 day, Lucas County, S. S. j (luw ol Mr. A. Moremen struck a nico FmVK.JCuENEY makes oath'tbat lie is salt waller aud gas iu their new well last tbe senior partner of the firrq of P. J., week, ' , Ciie.nky & Co., doing business in the City Mrs. D Y. Lewis is spending the week of Toledo. County nnd State aforesaid, nnd in Louisville with her brother, T, M. that said firm will pay the sum of ONE House. HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and Mr. H. S, Keller, of Louisville, iitteuded every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured the Doe Run stockholders meeting Mon by tho use of Hall's CATAnKii Qvns, FRANK J. CHENEY. f day. Sworn to before me and subscribed in Ditto Bros. &, J,. A. McGebeo shipped up my presence, this C h day of December, A. some cattle and hogs ou the Guthrie TuesD. '0G. day. fA. W. GLEASON, -1 Miss Sue Popo, of Bullitt county, spent Notaiy Public. j seal a few days ol last week with Mrs. Alonzo Moretnftn. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally Mr. J, S. foreman returned, from Bards-tow- n and acts directly upon tbe blood and mulast week after a few days visit to cus surfaces of tho system. Send for free. Cox's Creek. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Misses Kva nnd Maude Herndor. gave BS5f5old by Druggists, 76 cep's. an Angling paity Thursday night, Dry fishing. Land STEPHENSPORT. Stockholders of the Ohio River Gas Co. held a meeting Monday, and .report money Trains meet at Pierce now, iu the treasury. Mrs. Abram Dennett is qui e ill at this Miss Fannie iIaynes,.oJ Uaynes' Bottom Dvo1y, Long writing. was the, guest of Miss loez Mr, Boyd McCann has a child seriously Brunch, last week, with fever. Mr. J. A. McGehee was down at Irving-to- n ill Styles & , Dennett are building a nice a day or two last week to see bis brothresidence for Mr. L. B. Helm. er, Ferd MtOehee. Dr. Mbrril, of Louisville, was in town Rev. Hill, a Presbyteriau minister of preached a splendid sermon at the last week doing dental work; also Dr. Ohio, White, of Cluverport. M. M church Suuday. Mrs. M Olaiu entertained quite a numMisses Addie, I.illiaatid Julia Ditto aud Anna Saunders apeut New Year's night ber of both single and married friends during the holidays All spent a delightwith the Misses Rawllngsi ' ful evening. Mr Harry Ilolton, of CoIpuiIuh, O , left Mr. M Ulftin shipped ten bead of fat last Wednesday for his home u'ter a weeks cattle Sunday ; Mr. W. Petlit. five bead; (rie'id J T. Ditto. visit to his and Mr. John Flood, three also a number Mrs. Dr. Ditto's condition is said to be of sheep, All were shipped on Ciiy of borne better, and thought thatrsho will in 0ensbjro. time regain her health again. Huckleiim Arnlcu Kulvq Mr. A, C. Lewis nnd eon Piatt, of LouisTho beat salve in tbo world for cuts ville, was down last week for a few days bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, with his brother, J. W. Law's.. corns, and all skin eruptions, and positiveMr. Bob Moremao returned to the ly cores Piles, or no pay required. It is & Virginia lino last Thursday to guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refnnded. Price 25 cents per box. resume work again on his road. For sale ly G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky , Miis Lillie J. Ditto, Long Branch, gave and J. A. Witt, Uardinsburg, Ky. dinner New Year's day. in honor of Mips a I.onUvlHc 4c KvUHkYlllc Mail B.lne. Saunders and Mosirs Rets and Holton. Hvrea'trr the S earner "City of Qwens-borMr. U. P. lUbbuge was in town Ust Monwill leave Louisville ivery Tuesday day and attended tbe reception thitt night and Friday, goug through to Henderson given to Mi a Saunders by Mi-- s Addio G on her Tuday nip, Stanaer "James Ditto., Guthrie" will leave Lnuisvilln every Wed o U G iUwIiags and U B uesday aud Saturday Rila Livers wont to Louisville Sundty to attend Hendtrson on her Saturday trip; tMeamar tbe meeting of tbe West Paint Natural "Tell City" will leave LcHievllWiw E every Mewl ay an4 Tkurs4y, Gas Co. Tpn-nessee o" ms-vtlte 600 2oo;Moo,ooo t' Thomas has been sinjiulnrly unfortunate ' APrxoxmiTiox vmin. in fires, tbis being tbe third limo he has 100 Prises of $500 tre... ($50,000 100 Prises of 1301) are -- ,...:..wi' $30,000 entirely burned out, In addition, on one 100 .Prises of$200aro,. 120.000 ..i.t occasion, while Hying in Zenia, Ohio, a TsRMWAii Pattest " ' flood swept the town and he and his wifo 999 Writes of 100 are .,....ir.i,.wU;a9.900 999 Prlies o 400, are.......; yg.voo barely escaped with their lives, by cuttUg a hole through the roof aud getting on top 3,134 P.rlrs, amounting lo ,,.,.....,.$1,054,800 of the house. Twenty-eigpeople were Note Tickets drawing gpltal Priies are onuuou to terminal 1'rltcs. drowned nt this time in Mr. Thomas noi ht 1 CAPITAL l'KIZK OF $300,00ti$300,000 1 UltAttl 100,60(1.. '100,000 Utf 1 GRAND PltlZB OF 60,000.. 50,000 1 LAHOB PHIZK3 OP 26,000,. 25,000 2 LAKUK PHIZES OF 10,000... 20,000 5 PRIZES OF, i 5,000..! 25,000 25 " .1,000 25,000 c 100 " '"'soo.r so.ooo ' 200 soor. eo.ooo hum. rillK J yard." TJiq rrouitiliifKH Willi U'lilcli , .11 r. Harris ItcccivctI 1IU .llpnoj-The fact of the winning of the $10 000 ACENTS WAriV'ED: I by our townsman Henry Harris in the last drawing of The, Louisiana State Lottery is ,,,1, .IMPORTANT. 3 he replied1 not newi to our AM.iii JH. A1AU11IIN. ' 'That the. money had come I am no, NewOrlcataeJ'l.a., seeking famo. and guess I will invest tbo or flf, t A. D.VXJPIIIN, , money in real estate in tbo best county of "J. j Cahforniat-Nnpft- ." Napa (Unl.) Report- -, i Uy prdlnsry letter, containing Mojixt Order cr, November 12. usum by Companies, New "V ork Exthiozo.' Draft or Poitaf Wnt'ii w1 qn Qbaasxcr sent ua by Express of $5 or over. ' Address Registerea Letters to NKW OltUUAAS NATlUNAIi ItANK. NewUrleuiiH, L,u. , When Riby was sfclc, wo .gate her Cnstorta. When lio was a Clill J, she cried for Castprja. UEMEMBER that thepaymint of all prises f all-ipr- fflFor Club rates, or any farther Information desired, write, legibly to tbe undersigned, oloarly stating yonr resldeuco,, witlutftate, County ,'Btreet and Number. MorerapldUeturn mairdeltvery'wlll bo assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address, ID S, When she Jtlss, she clung to Castorla. When she lied Chndren,she gave them Castorla. STATEMENT Of ' 188: ' Clowe tho Condition of. the Ureckln-- r lit git Itu a It, Cloverpert, K y. at tho or ' lliisliteim December 31st ' ASSETS (' " l GUARANTEED U FOUR NATIONAL BANKS or New Orleans, and, tho Tickets are slgnodby the President of an Institution, .whose chartered rights are recognised, iq tha highest Courts; thorefore, beware of any Imitations or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR Is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED B US In any Drawing. Anything In our name offered for less that a Dollarls a swlndlel 'it A ' Notes and Bills Discounted'.. $157,965 Bank Fixtures and Furniture- "'2,572 Banking House and Lot. .. 3,335 Orer Drafts 1,473 133 Suspended Debt Bonds,., ,., 25,831 i. ....., i ,,... 33,904 Dps from Banks .,.,..., Cash en hand..,., ,.., , 23,986 .., 25 25 14 50 Louisville Market Kcpoft. Corrected woekly by H. Y. Herndon MervbaUts, 141 3d street. Apples fancy, Rome Beauties...,. .$1 65 ' fancy N. Y, p)pplns...., 1 SO Commission M A Co., )2 CO; 42 04 48 29 common . h.i.'.J 3 Totul ,.,....$249,234 29 , Capital Slock , , Deposits Surplus Fund, '.. Undivided Profit Dividend No. 31, duo Januiry 3d, 1890. i.i.vmxrriEs. $45,100 185,591 16,500 2,238 '00 34 00 95 '...' Onions Dried Apples..? Dried Peaches T '.....l.i.1 .....A........r3l!qo i 20 t6'l l 1 1 75 00 25 35 Z if"y 0at gooa .r..'..'.yki....:.j.p ooterit'oo v 24 3 30 32 78 5 00 15 Wheat., ,..v.... $249,234 29 el.calves........v.il!rj.,., , 4 Net Earnings since Dec 31, 1889.- .- $4,502 29 pSS- 14 : M " lAppueu as loiions: Dividend No.?l, 4 per C ;BuUert..?J...,....C!...j:..t.'.4... Chickens. Spring cent, payable January . . 1 50 3d, 189U i..$l,804 00 Chickens, od , 2 25 1 , Added to Surplus Fund.. 2,000 00 . ;? Turkeys, live ', e' Added to1Indvlded Pro's 763 29 , , " dressed - 10 Feathers' prime Total.,..., $4,567 29 h2 1, A. B. Skllltnan, cashier of the above nami Feathers mixed J )2V ed Bank do solemnly swear that tho above 1 statement is true to the host of my knowledge R8 Beeswax and belief. 21 Tallow A. B. SKILLMAN, CaiMen Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this 2d Green Hides ' 31 day of January, 1890. Dry Hides ;B QHAS. B, SKILLMAN, N. P B. O. Sheep Telts 35 1,804 00 vnuiw! , ,... so Total...i r,..:....S...3f4,.l.7 80 is 75 2 50 10 12 1 LJ. 43 35 " tf 22 J gf-i- 414 4 j Take no shoes unless AV. Im Uouslai' narnu ad price ure iiampeu on ID0 bottom. If tho douler cunnot up ply rout end direct to foUory, ciicloalue nuveruseu yucv. GInenS Yellow Root May Apple Root, , 2 50 1 00 2 80 CAUTION Ilogs, ebojeo packing..., Hogs, light , Cattle, extra shippers " best butchers " medium LIVE, STOCK, ;,,25,iL 3 3 3 8 30' 60 50 00 25 75 - t&. M sBtsty JU'ib .Lilt ;..... , "MM ' 2'25,"2 55 r3 tls 35 1 50 00 (S 3 Sheep, good shlpplng......i... " common, " extra lambs -common lambs FURS. couiniun.,,...,..,.,........,.. , l ..'... M 00 ,,2110 3 50 V4fJD0 1 00 .2S0 4 75 6 00 3 50 ($ 4 25 50" 40 60 15 r 70 60 20 25 25 Raccoon .. , Mnk Opossum., - Foc .., good demand. '" JQj W. L. DOUGLAS moor WMnrproor. 6kunk Mu Rt 10'wl il In ,25 $3 SHOE chtntiSmkn Xjud Qntla and X'lB4.raIf. HeavT Het In th 5.X1 UKNUIKSwet liwi Creed. nmm at.tui S.4M kli SKWKII NHOX. ,T HIIOK. IrCHOO !filSF WOltlCTV nnd. WC t.1 mitlt 8 ftHUICg. NUOK. OR. iUQmm. sbbbbbbbV MEL "MLSKfflf UoiaWttokl lJfl nwtb aiu,0. w.r.. I UHsTEitd ,0k mtvvi WS.T.Holl.1 wAteh 1m niWiss Uwiknpar Wifraiiii4kr. Koch Jtdtt ami am1, iaa, rUk th iw.kd $3 $2CHOK rOK M1S8BB. SHOES uSait. & 1.7U On rmoila LBBBBSSBBBSCn'ZllVV1 ik. loralHr m Mean iu lOMllMf With coi I, ulTalii. Thw . th MMttlH. &MM. lb A.. u..k ba U. iu bMtiUblakwBltHadrMta IMat lw mmIii SMn4 iiyl MlUn wd Unm ttwH tft ia wlitrtfa tnAt (W ImU IWjmm k MklAfe f . twt tmttt n ol IL:JBBBBKlZaBWL.SVu Tlhiillll unml fll alil.aaI II tl wksMM-y- J Bowmer Htmblcton. ) e4lkw,.r.U.,: o o y- -it WM.iXtiBm,lriUI,M. MMHMtnl. AftM Sta(Mii Jk Vv.,Wl, rrtfiMid, Mtvl itjwj 4l wuS ja- - ..A2KJ. M.ttA'U -- .up.. .Mmk . Swi Jin K tx JLAf itoafc ; V JBtjfatJalhy Jon Sff Look n'it for a bg river. and tolled oats On-gory- , Whentru want oat meal (hulk) gve Babboge n call. A KILLING NEAR VICTORIA, E Bot,H tlio ONE nnd results method EJXTTOYSa when 10 Bornjo tho wilo of I'M. poundjVrl, Klsio Ford Gregory, Thjyo hurdrcd box cars hanbj,en ndiled to uV rolling stock of the Clover Line f.ev, Morrison will .prcuch at the church Sftjufdaylght rind Sun-dp- y morning. Rov, Brandon will preach at Holt's tchapel Sunday morning nt Uo'cilock nnd -- '" here at niitht. ' W. I). Holt sold last week to VY. U. Cole, Leavetiwrnh, lnd a fine thoroughold bred short horn bull cnlf six month Pres-by'crir- in KJ-..r.- ' V''t.'1 Br.,- l?'y , :. " f.,f Syrup of Figs is taken; itis pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta .gcntlyyot promptly on the Kidneys, ''Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys- "teni effectually, dispels colds, headaches and jpvers and cures habitunl cohstipntion. Syrup of Figs Isttlio ' only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in tits 'action and truly"benelicinlinits effects, prepared only from tho most and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for bao in 50c 'and $1 bottles by all leading druggists., Any refiablo druggist who may not h'avo it ou hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do nqt accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO., i' ' for $20. High or low tariff dees not concern, poultry, America's greatest industry, but Ganter's mngic chicken cholera does. Sold "no euro, no pay" by G V Short. Mr. Hejgood, Superintendent of bridges on tho L., St. Ia & T. railroad, has bought 80 acres of ground near Irvington and will build a fine two slory dwelling on It." The contract for the building we learn has already been let. t LaHeist & Gelzeudauucr have the contract for putting the 'iron roofing on the Soma idea of the extent machine shopr. of tbo shops may be obtained when it is known that nearly 1100 tquaref. of roofing will be used. iowsviue, ky 8AN FRANCISC h CAL. hew rojtK, rt.r. sajs: "After a The Courier-Journpleasant week with his family at Owens-bor- o, y returned to District Attorney-JollLouisville yesterday. He will go to Frankfort the first of, the coming week, with Jodge Barr aridi Marshal Butchett, to hold trTa "January 'term 6f the United States al CoU:tlee;',,'" this known members of tho issue that bar ofthis county have entered 'Into partnership. Tho style of the firm is Murray & Barnes, J. A., Murray of this, city and W. K. Barney, of' Hardinjburg being the members, lt is a'sfroiig uobbinatidu and w'Bbesp"e6k for the ne'w"Grm a large share of thebusiness of this county. 'There. Thn Cnnnelton Inauirer says: is no use for tho News to warn the people for Cloverport, like every other town is probably, favored with a lew leeches who wouldratherpocketa hundred dollars for 0 ten dollar, investment than to see he That very town prosper a thousand fold. has at two different times checked spirit tjig'RK'!!, of Cannelton, and is still doing the .same. Miss Lnfie LaHelst gave an informal card and crokeno party to her guest, "Miss Mlniiie"Webb, of Lewtsport, on Tuesday evct.ing of last week. Thoso present were Mrs. J. U. Rowland, and Mifsest Maggie Bowmer, Minnio Murroy, Luella and Irene Newsom, Sallie Pumphrey, Lizzie Skill-ma- n, Eflie Duucan, Alliene Murray; Messrs. Ernest Turpln; LouisvilltfiJ Hal Murray, Chas. Moormnn, Orville Sktll-ma- n, V. S. Bowmer, Jas. Miller, Ju8. Skillman, Frank Boyd and Valter Smart. Mf8 Lafio renderel some beautiful music, vocal and instrumental, after which" the young pe'ople adjourned lo the churchand when the old year had wingi3 with a great flourish of bells ushered in tho new and started it on its way rejoicing. FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. ' We are nuthorliej trt announce 1 J Itwill be seen from their card in two we'll V)a sa for Clerk Court of Appeals 'Subject to the action of Democratic State IContention. UGRORGEH. madden, a Candidate FORJUDGE. COURT OF APPEALS. td ann&unco Welir'e'anthorliod r bribe CityJQHN ROBERTS, of' Lou(Tllio, aa a candidate Sji for Judge uf the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic" party of the Third , Appollato District. ' , r We are authorised to announce JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, to the office of as ajsandldato for ' Juago'oMhe Court of Appeals, 'subject to the action of the Democratic party. T- W T. Wu. K. Barnes, John Allen Murray, Hnrdlnsburg. Cloverport. " " " Attorneys ! , MURRAY &, BARNES, a,tllia--vv- llardlnsuurg and Cloverport, Kentucky. At Steel' saw mill, one mile from Victoria, Shim Steel shot and killod Dora Newton Momliiy night. Tho particulars ns near as we can learn y nrnnboiit .Uichq; John Allen Smith, Lancaster and Dora Newton work nt Steel's saw mill, and board with Sam Steel who runs tt for his brother, John R. Steel. List Monday evening the wholo crew, somo five or six in nil, went over to Joe Friel's grocery and got lull of whiskey. They came buck to tho mill about dark, all drunk and threatened to cfoan up everything and everybody around the mill, and indulged in Rome loud swearing nnd profane language that, was very distnsteful to Mm. Steel ns well as to her husband. They kept this thing up for somo time until Mr. Steel grew tired of their carouMng and threatened to put them out. Frqm this matters grew worse, and Mr. Steel left the shanty and went for his brother to assist him in restoring order and getting the men quiet, Mr. Steel ud his brother returned It a short time and found the men in bed, but .still noisy nnt in no condition to be in a bouse where women And children were. It seems when the Steels returned to tlio shanty they camo prepared for trouble, as ono had a nllo and the olhcr a pistol in hand. They mado no attempt however, to drive the men out of the house, but in a quiet and peaceablo way naked them to leave tbo promises until they got Sober and could bebnvo themselves. Kind treatment upon the part of the, Steels was not appreciated by the hoodlums, und they more boisterourthan ever, and swore they would not leave and there were not men enough around there to put them out. One word brought on another, and finally young Newton bounded out of his bed with a drawn knifa In his hand and mide for Mr. J, H, Steel, who was doing the talk ing and trying to restore peace and quiet in his brother bouse. At this juncture Smith also roso up with a drawn knife and msdofor Mr.. Steel Both Newton and Snvlh were advancing upon Steel with their knives drown, and bis brother Sam seeing his close quarters drew up his gun and firtd nt Newton, the shot entering his right brenst tiear tho nipple and passing out directly uuder his left nipple, killing him instantly. Newton and Smith are both bad chorac ters and this is hot their first trouble. Tho Steels are, quiet inoffensive men and good citizens. Mr. J, R. Steel has been engaged in the milling and lumber business here for several years. They came in yesterday and gave themselves up to Mayor Hamblo-toSquire Keith and Marshal Graham went out to bold tho inquest. The trial will probably come np today. Sid-nobe-can. Turn a New Leaf! And quit wearing Eastcrn-mntl- c Clothing. Yon ought fo have found out by tins time that yon have been losing money, besides losing your tonintr, at tho frctjuunoy with which the. buttons $nap off, or the scams rip , you have no doubt found that the buttons always come off at critical times, and the seams always rip in places where you least desire it. Now you can avoid all this by buying our superior Clothing, which is carefully made by our own regular Custom Tailors, and far superior to any "tenement house" Clothing, made outside of the city. This matchless Clothing will cost you no more in fact, much less than you are required to pay for the other stuff. Our stock of Suits, Trousers and Overcoats is large and varied, for Men, lioys and Children. We can fit auy size, and accommodate any purse. Don't hesitate to call on us. Our salesmen arc polite and attentive, and will not insult you by look or word if you go out without buying. Remember our comer, nnd make no mistake. home-manufactured The Popular Query Where Did ,.J .r, . 4 in V, TtiettH at The Popular answer, .Jr.: S You Get 4 ,1 I got . ' isv If t ! V jato&f-'i- . . ixf.li That Hat At . ',;' i! l AiWt. J & I WIN fFM SULZER'S The Fullest Stock ! The Lowest Prices ! The Widest Choice ! w "Old Reliable" Clotliier S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. INTER-STAT- E Building w-aJjJ- L r-- k I(0an Xj, . Association ILL, IN HATS & CAPS TT1 T-- OF BLOOMINGTON, A. B. STEVENSON. Pre. T. J. BUNN, Secretary. OFPIOBRS. $20,000,000.00 JOHN EDDY, F. L. 1JUNN, Tronmrer. Vico-Pr- S XJLZ Cioverport, Itook Kerptng, Short Writt fbr Catalogue 3 Kentucky. 3 3 KY. t. MILLER, Preitdent. ADVISORY BOARD OF CLOVERPORT. J. C. N0LTE, DAVID 8TAN0LIFF, R. T. POLK. .iUO. DROWN, JNO. D, CABBAGE, Secretary and Treasurer. BRYANT &STRATTON Business College JInnl,Ttleoraphy,.tc and full information. LeUUlCfrVllLEaEtf & f - Dr. J. T. BAKER, y i jpfesiciAN and Surgeon, HARDINSBURO, KT. O" Office on Brick Corner. CoiigrcKsmau Montgomery's IlltU. Mr. Montgomery has introduced the following bills: For tbo relief of Bloomfield Lodge, No. 57, Free and Accepted Mason, of Bloom-fiel- d ; to correct the military record of ua The only Bullillog and Loan Association in tho United States doing a business on a correct compound Interest table. It offers to Its borrowers the funds of the Association upon a strictly Equitable plan bj reducing tbc monthly payments to an amount that will mature tho stock within a given time, the Intorest, premium and dues being fixed at an amount that will exactly produco the result asking no ruoro and taken no less. Etery stockholder In this Association stands on the same platform. This Association pays on voluntary withdrawals the amount paid in nnd G per cent, annual interest. Shares $100 each payable In monthly Installments of fiO cents per share In dais A, nnd $1.20 in class U It Is a National Association with a National reputation. For further information apply to tho local advisory boird or to JNO. D. BADUAQE, See. .t Treas. Cloverport, Ky. A XJ IsL IP ron to WEXKLS GISEXRNS OR purify the water. Bucket Purifying Pumps guaranteed foulest Can be put in by anybody and is never out of repair. Any child can use them. Will force water to any Buckeye Force 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. yBrkckenrid.ge.JNews. WEDNESDAY, JAKUAUV 8. 1800. &Notlco tlio label on your- - puper anil nco If your Unto expire tliU month. The dnlp h given after your nuine In rctl Ink; and iipcars only after t'hoNo Humes wlioao llmo expire ,Uurlii(f the current month.WoIiope "all will renew promptly. 'Hemem- lie r .lino price now I only 91.00 per ycnrlf paid utrlctly lit advance LOCAL IIItKVITlES. nabbajsMs headquarters' ,. "SM for groceries. Hotel, ItvinRton, Stop at the IrtinRton n ." -- ..i- MFor'Wle- - -- A pood cow and calf. Applv J. II. Rowland. kV ' Col. All. Allen, of" Hdrdinsburg, has fi'b'e'eh appointed Census Supervisor for the Second' District of Kentucky. ifci.fMr. David Stanclifi" has resinned his t '.'position with J. D BubbaRe and has gone ! .''to'L'exlngion to prepare himself (or the ministry. work at once ,, , Mr. II, L. Morton will begin on his new "Roller Process" Hour mill at A,ddison, Ky, in order to have it all com-- " Vplet'e before harvest. IIo says he thinks '" it 'wijl'be in running order in three months n;nt'the' farthest. 4 Mr."DHs8 Uarman, the Stone Pump man f'w'aVln He lown Friday and Saturday. will make' this "place regularly hereafter Parties wishing new .. every thirty days. pumps or their old ones repaired can have fji "'their wants attended to by leaving their orders with Mr--j Jas.'T. Miller. '',?,! 16 Frankfort Capal, says A paraNews he Bijeckesiudoe graph .from indic'aWAhat Cloverport is well up ,, , "'toward tho head o(the procession of progress, aud we are not saying more than is deserved, in mentioning the fact that the , KEwais'entilled to much of the credit for ,. the prosperity of the city, and ueighbor-1 hood-- . JThe.'ladles engaged in the M. E. church -e- ntertainment, wish to extond their thanks, ' iheyoung ladies and gentlemen for the assistance rendered Vedneadny and nichlp, also to Mr. Fisher, for his 'to bkindnesa in donating the use of the ball Miftndito the public for its )iberal patronage. statement of the ,l'hoj Bank oppeaw in this issue 1 Brcckinridgo .and a spleadid showing is made of its busiThe net ness for the past six months. earnings were $t.5G7 29, over 10 per cent, divi-de- n l A of its.capital stock stockholders, of 4 per cent, is pjitd the $2000.00 added to its surplus and $703.29 to tho undivided profits. This is a solid institution, a credit to the city and a living monument to its founder and cashier, Mr. Semi-anDMal serai-annua- f B; Mr. Skillaan. TbosjSattetCeid'(dwelljnK.jitt1!at :' desTrpjed by R?b lust i Wednesday evening' The fire nrii'tnated fiom a SDark fallirg on the root and. before it a discovered and assistance could be given, the whole roof was ablaze All the and wholly beyond control. bousehould goods were,irved,tbu the loj falls pretty heavy on git, Js'attf ril4, tWs being the second time in the last twenty 1 ke years that he has been haraed out building was In&ufed for $1'2(W but. thi cover hi low. will not 1 I'oraotiul. Condict; for the relief of James Charles Poston, Philip N. Fox, Ansel DaW. J. Dean, Jr , spent Thursday in town. vidson, Pins Pcolh, Silas Jourdan, John L. H, Adkisson, of Webst'r, was in town Keith, Hardin Nelson, Jane P.'Messen-gnle- , Beu A. Stitb, administrator; I bam Monday. Chas. IT. Skillman wont to Owensboro Coombs, Samuel Grundy, Anthony Saturday. estate, Jeremiah Jiffries, Geo. W. Smith, J. M. Blacklock, the Bloomfield Miss Katie Bowmer returns from Owens-bor- o Hope. The iHvalld's Baptist church, at Bloomfield, Nelson today, Many seemingly incurable cases of .blood county, and for the relief of Mary West, Mrs. W. G Short relumed from Uart-for- d poison, catirrbT'crofula. and rheumatism-havbeen eured by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), administratrix of Chas. West. Monday. made by th Blood Balm Co., Atlanta.', Granting pensions to Lucretia Meece, Mrs. A, Y.iFord is visiting her mother Write to them for book filled with convincing Francis Mattlngly, George W. Powers, Mrs. . proof. J E. Brown. sevea miles from. Jacob H. Boober and Magdalene Perkins. (. B. Italder,-llrlnseveral years Iinl-fere- d Misa White, of Lewisport, is the guest of Athens, da., writes: "For To increase the compensation of fourth-clawith running ulcers, which doctors treatthe Misses Sawyer this week. postmasters. pronounced Incurable A single' boted and Mies Mary Allen returned from a pleasB, D. B. did me more good than al the tle cf To settle and adjust the claims of any doctors. I kept on using it nnd all the i leers Slate for expenses incurred by. it in de- ant visit to Hartford Monday. healed." 1). C. Klnard & Son, Towallga, Oa., writes : fense of the United States. Miss Minnie Hoyle is in the city the "Wo induced a neighbor to try B. B, B. for, .'guest, of her sister. Miss Jessie. catarrh, which he. thought Incurable, as.lt had LcslNlutlve Note. '' Mrs. Amel Oelzo and son,' Leonard, reiiited ell treatment. It delighted him4, and continuing Its use be was cured sound and The House has on its working clothes were Visiting at Leitclified last week. i well." Miss Fanniei Brashear returned ' from a. M. Lawion, East Point, Qa., writes; and is getting down to its work in fine 15 year. tihokpt shape. "My wlfo had scrofula Union Star' Wednesday to resume her grpTing irorse. She lost her hair and her Speaker Myers had occasion to vacato duties at the school, skin broke out fearfully. Debility, emaciation hid chair and called Hon. Gus. Richardand bo appetite followed. After physicians Mr. Sam Thomas May nnd wife returned and numerous advertlued modlclncs (sllid, I son, of Meade, to Gil it, The .Hon. Gus is Vm. Friday from a visit to hii father,-Mrtried B7U. B., and her recovery was rapid now is shape to redeem his pledge to. his May, and complete." nt Ooensboro. Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md., writes: 'I constituents whom he promised il elected, Mrs. J, G. Stephens, Misses Nannie and Jl. to be speaker of tho House. suffered from weak back and rheumatism BVB. hasinroven to be the "only medicine that Brook came dowuv Wednesday to be presJ 'Ju aate uicrellef." flon. Tice Jolly has been honored with ent at the 'entertainment a place on the Ways and Means CommitT v ri 1 I Mrs. W. D. Holt'ahd daughters, Misses tee, a very important position. He is nlao, The Sew "i'car'K XlRtt'l Mary and Rose came down Friday 'and IHOIlt. a member of the committee on Retrench'; remained over to the "benefit." ., The ladies of the M. E. church gave a meats and Reform, Mr. W. W. Brooks and wife have charming little entertainment at Fisher's Master Walter Stuart, of this city;, 'has from MorgauGeld and taken their New Year's night which did much been appointed a page iri the House. WalHall credit to their executive committee of ler, is a bright boy, polite, atlublu .and old rooms over Martin's drug store. Mn, R P, White, of Fort Worth, Texas, three. Mias Ida White havine the muaic- - courteous, and will attend to the wants of fal par of the program pie in, chwBdJIuur- - tbo members well. Walter is indebted to. ihe. prospective bridegroom of Wednesday' morning, arrived tn the city Saturday. eu success, anu, wunu neanj uu ui mu his uncle, Jack Gross, for the appointment. music was exceptionally good, Miss Mr. John K Culley, of Louisville, was Hon. Henry Mason, of Hancock county, singing deserves especial mention. seconded tho nomination' of Ilcn. Joe here during the holidays and spent the For the scenic work and. t,he remainder of Blackburn for the U. S. Senato in a. very time very pleasantly with old friends and the programme the honor of the success entertaining speech, Henry is on several relatives. falls upon MrB. Wm. Bowmer nnd Mrs. C Miss Lula Owen end Mr. Orville T. very impsrlant committees and is considW. Fowler The piece de Hsistance for ered one1 of. (be handsomest men in the Skillman went to Owensboro yesterday to beauty and grace win the Tambourine House, be present at Dr J, H. Hickman's enteri Drill by twelve dainty pieces of feminity tainment. The Louisville Critic says : "RepresenJed by "Copt. Josio Raitt."' The Messrs. Sam Davis and Michaol Tierney tative Richardson, of Meado cqupty, claims Husking Bee in the barn, illustrating TayMusk," was a fetching littJa tq bbve. forty, natural gas charters to pass left last Thursday for Texas to seo after lor's "Money possessors of in that tableau that ploated both old and young at Frankfort this winter. Louisville will somo land they are not object unless Mr. Richardson expects Slate and have never seen. A Dream of Fair, Women, by Tennyson, flpat his stpek here. Wo have had. Misses La fie Lalleist, Lizzie Skillman, was rendered as a tableau virant, urt is ly tb quite enough. Maggie Bowmer, Nannie Stcphons and fine and historically true it. costuming. Messrs. Fred Fraize, Jas. Skillman, and By some mischance tho name, of Miss Lula Owen, who personated, the beautiful Helen Colored Hovciittc Officers nl Hon. Leonard Qolzo returned to (heir rotpectivo demon. schools last week, of Troy, was omitted from the projrammev were the cutesl, little The Henderson Gleaner says: "Since Tba little Toadstools Church NatoN. things imaginable, but suffered loss, .as is the beginning of the distillery season there Fi!K8nvrKittAK CitoncH- - Sunday School (or dainties that spring up has. been a, negro storekeeper in charge at tbo usual thijig every Sunday, 9,00 a. in. Hill & Winstead's, and one month thero tn a night, for, when the entertainment Preaching by Rev. J. II, Morrison each W. Wursham's. By the was repeated on Friday night forthebeue-fi- 't was another al Sdnday morning at 10:00. of Mr. fhos. Satterfield and family, recent assignment the namo darkoy comes Tuesday otftlit prayer meeting 7:30, by These gentlemen there were no Toadstools, but five little back to Worsh&m's. officers of the.churchk birds in their places, giving an account of are unflinching and'tiricorapromieiug DemBirdie's Ball. The two performances ocrats, aud ye.t they have entered no comServices ,8t .the Methodist church. Sun-.dwere financially successes, as well as being plaint at the collector's office. Last night pasfe t a, and p. m., by enjoyable and instructive, and with the In conversation with' Col. Bona, Hill, he .Sufwlay School Sunday 9;:iO,s.,f by talent and material that Cloverport pos- stated ia unqualified loBgasge that lu wtii Su'pL'X'f'A, Slmo. f so well p1ea!d,wit,h his polbrtd storekeep-- 1 sesses there is no reason for such enter Prayc CetiBc Thurdiy,7.if(w. being rare. And, as everyone, wcufd like, to hva him during tainments rtht.b 0, PRAXisri 'Pastor. .zZZrffittf, lb eatir VitiUery mmos. He k petite; likes to be identified .ith a succeMticMe ' A : ocowi"odting and tWr-- .1. . nwi, who so willingly .atid ably assLteA its Bnt'kRry, who. like Mar? cf old. "haS Mm l.rli . ''ytmtir otr fWiMi , of Iw ' i . i wbBt she could," may feel jtraii! t H X' ;aoat lk m siNiry tifp ,bttl of Syfwp 0JQVM MMXJit. IfBTM..'' ' J?. V - .V gratified wcew. (; OtimmmimpammL,pmii ji;9pt., It'swM ai pUiiittr M ef-its-Ot- yht y's e Tribute to tlio JHeinorj- of I.izii Ilnrg-lHDorli', I ml. - R. J. BASSET & BRO., 0. V g ss The wind made mournful music December 21th, 1889, through the hour of nine, when our Liza faded from our light. She left a father, mother, fou'f brothers, a devoted husband and many friends to mourn her loss. She is dead I her task is done her promised rest secure Her feet strive nevermore they gleam as jewels on the hills of the far shining shore. Those folded hands of snow, from that mysterious heart that lies, so mute and cold below. Beatitude of rest I 0, lips sealed with the awful seal that rends our heart with bafllel love. Oh I think of that sweet smile, left on the lips of clay, a light reflected Irom the beams, of God's refulgent day. A mjstic smile that says, don't grieve I'll meet you all in a belter world. Vith that butied love of raioe she sleeps the sleep orest. Mix,nie. LEITCHFIELD, m Ha OVERCOATS lSf4l ;o. ! If its an Overcoat you need now, or at any time in the near future, you should call at "Witt's. lie's marked them His motto is never way clown and they are bound to go, to carry goods over from one season to another. They must goat some price. So here's your opportunity lo get You must take tho cash along an Overcoat very cheap. He also has a tho' to get it or its equivalent, Produce. large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter Very firiitelul. Ennoit News : Please kindly through 3 our columns express tho sincere thauks of myself nnd family, to the many frionds who labored to rescue as much as possible of my household property from destruction, on the occasion of tho recent firo which burned my dwelling. Also, to the many ready friend j, who offered and extended the hospitality of their homes to shelter uu when we became 10 suddenly homeless. In the midst of our disaster, they were prompt to afl'ord us relief, aud have deeply touched us. Tuos F. Sattebi'iemi. A Vretty Clove Cull. The Henderson Journal says : "Lee Cullen, express messenger on the L., St L & T met-wita painful accident at the Texas depot yesterday afternoon just before starting on his run. With the aid of some one ho was placing the iron safe, used to convey money packages, in the baggage car vthen it slipped and fell bnck knocking Cullen under the car. His forehead struck the iron trues rod and he fell and a deep gash was made just over bis eye. The fact that the train was not in motion saved bis life." h UNDERWEAR TO!' . He has that he says must go along with the Overcoats. leave. But this cut the price on these goods and they must advertisement don't tell the story near so well as the goods and prices, so it is best that you see them. Call early and avoid the rush. 1 i:iiteri.i. ! J W'nr-fieJ- J. A. WITT, II! Hardinsburg, Ky. od mmm FA.K.ie.'5rr INDIANAPOLIS, IND. nuEFGK oo., Price, $18.00 at Factory, Cash trith Order. No. 75. old-'tin- je Strictly First-clas- WnrruiitcO sifl 11 V ."LLa " "ADMINISTRATOR'S All tiersont having NOTICE. lie-al- , claims (gainst the estate of Joseph Milter, deceased, are hereby notified to present them properly proven to me on or before the 1st day of February, 1800, or they will he forever birred. JAS. K. CIIAl'IN, Adm'r I U Vmr wm Htcol Axles ami Tirpjf. rerfectly Balance! Uiw Bent Sent Arms. Iifinff, Enny Hiding, Oil Tempcrcit Spring. ' Jiait Wbccls ami licst All Over. IF YOU OAN'T FIND THBM FOB. SALE BT YOOK MERCHAKT3, WEITE VS. Wanted. Hickory Spokes. feet Hickory lumber. feet Oak lumber. Cords of Hickory Butts. For dimensions and prices, address. 2 000,000 000,000 500,000 100,000 OwcxsBRotio For Sale. CSO acres of land, in ono mile of Webster Station, L., St. Ij. & T. railroad. In good community, In good state of cultivation, churches, schools and shops convenient Address, T. B. Henderso 'Webster Ky. FANCY GROCERIES AND , CONFECTIONS I tnke this method of Informing tho cttttens of Cloverport and vicinity, that 1 have opened a new stock of Wheel Co. y . GROCERIES & CONFECTIONS the store house Just vacated by VS.!); ADKISSON. I wilt heep on hand. a full .nt of Fancy (Iroccrles'ond' Confectioneries, and, will sell IMItf ... awn mn 4fl lAWa.t 1.mK ''. fff ,..1. .mvu. I.IAw'.KB tuv iv.'V.t, A I U4 U , 19 h. Ili'UK, Everything and anything yoq need. Pltaie give Me a call, sae my goods and prices. -- GREGORY & GO,. Headquarters for ZPPMCOTTS "- f, je Is ,.j4&! Reaped and Mowers, P!tr 8a, Pine & Poplar Skinf las Brick, jV : C. J. MURPHY. a b't Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mkk-iga- a Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal OH ' by the Barrel, MAGAZINE, with ih ccnttxls, it a library iniHtlf. jtji xxdtti a kafPf thought to print ait tntirt novtl in tack nuttier. fbt a shirt umUttt, tut a long story suck s yettM'" J t g it toot font and fay frm oit?ltr to oiu, d;ttr end a hatfor, tnly fiat, cb numUr yen git. JM 04 mhu4MU44f titer t( t4nttestMcagivt 7t mgmmtf m mm f jntwr. rimnv Wwsy vHfA ' mmm-- , aY.G.pABBAaE9 .Attnrnp.vnfT.nw 4JL.lJlVJl II V J UUUII. Coukt House OFFICf., mtM " -- ' Am W w ' Brawn's Lww lsWwrta"silsl BttT Gave your 9, ''tjfttUy' ter Pritlg cUhm X r. ; yy f v tkU odoc; tl k kMuy. d Wwl, o4her pffvoctirii; fvvsrs, hw'iiinljM f$Q aud forms of slokoessv For mm, by all iMding druggists,,, $1 60 bofil Ur Pla ITj Mm ' fU , Tsflorisn iJ-w- ait PBHPjlff i ffffBBg 4 m mk mUo, 4fMtMJirf mn ' ' 'zzaxtrr mud?-MWtfW W HnteA on sy tvmuHttit ad katK m hmid. fktmm- i , VffiPKtrTNHRffiMT Hardbulrurg. Ky. ,Srm JyiW., to :rmmWfmmm f..iipnHpsH HtlktmoiKy.ut b!l 0 o ft. SK Thcro nro about 00,000 school children the most fertile soil .in the world, Baltimore, an lnci enso of 2.3M over JH63. , w OLD STORIES AND FICTIONS ABOUT .j wa nyir ondTmgut to be the most pro'permn memnot only n dtstrcKMiiB complaint, of Fifty miners recently lost their Uvea by rin I TrIE fPHONOGRAf'H. I S Itself, enber of the community, is constantly lr.it, by causing tlio blood to explosion. In tho llentlleo colllofy, at 1 . '4 leeouio depraved and tlio system m . iff H hard strangle to secure n w ,ton; Jvngiaiiii. ""2'T" 4 gaged is tlio parent of Innuinnralilo Scott'ii support for his family nnd a modUnder "Tho" Ions of China! tho adult who maladies. Thnt Avor's Snrsnnnrllln is sent to jail A Story from tlm In 1B5D his children, and to Iosb his temper in a discussion erate education for Is tho best euro for Indigestion, oyeif for fivo days to cool down. Moon In tlm Airy Itrulnit of Ancient pay his taxes and keep out of debt. Tnis when complicated v itli Uvor Complaint?I ) is stated as a curious fact that duriug I'min!Huron Miiiu'lniiiMMi anil tlm Horn. is all ho can reasonably hope to accomla proved by tin following tustlinuny tbo recent great striko in London tho almsfrom Mrs. Joseph Luke, 'of TJrockway No Invention, no discovery, lias ever coma plish ; in a largo mnjority of cases he fails houses m pro emptier than has over been tho Contro, Mich.: uihi'nilded, Tho world wakes up fomo fluo enso before. even to do this, and sooner or later is com "Liver complaint xind Indigestion Gen, Miles, commander of the department iiiOrnliigatid nibs ita startled oyrStoflnd thnt polled to sell or mortgage his land and made my life n burden' nlid camo near of tbo Pacific, has asked the Pacific coast Auurlcn, tie steam viigiuo, the printing ending my cxlMtence. For mora than his expenditures to the lowest pos congrpsslonal delegation for nil appropriation picut, ha.-- been addod to Its ponosslons, and four year I suffered wntold agony, was He has a (paternal governBible figure. for.cu '.li.it It dreamed of thewe thlngv Over of ?40,000,000 for Pacific const defense, reduced almost to a skeleton, nnd liardly nlghc. The now fact which civilized man bad strength to drag myself oboift. Aft ment which has determined that certain McAdow, ono of tho owners of tho cluicis us 11 sign of his advancement was Mrs. Idndsfof food distressed mo, and only classes of Industry niight to be maintained Spoiled llono mine, of Montana, recently happily imnglned by somo primeval savage tho rmft dellcnto could bo digested at drovo into Helena In a buckboard, unattendall. Within the time mentioned net oral Amerl.'a was discovered before Columbus; (at theTpublfgfxpefiee, and fotflhirty years ed, carrying n gold brick worth $40,000. It tlietUant uiigiiio was anticipated by the ph Yslcinns troated'we without giving relio has been taxed for their support : aid took two porters and n truck to get tho lief. Nothing that I took scorned to do Helm; tlio printing press was forenow after theso favored industries have be heavy mass of gold from the wagon into tho shadowed .'I.OOO years ngo by tho brick stamps tiny permanent good until I commenced uso of Ayrr's Saraaparllla, which tho como rich and powcrful( they combine and bank. of the l?gyt!ntK has produced VfmiIerftil results. Soon At her majesty's promenade concerts in confb$e"rat$bjider'thb, names of trusts, t:ii j iioKoonArii iutkoue edisox. nfterointnflnclnj: (o tako tio 8arapa Londbn n series of voting papers has" been Ilut tho phonograph That, at least, is t ilia I could mo an Improvement In my syndicates and pools, and dictato 'tho distributed nightly in order that audiences now; nothing like it has ever boon condition. My npiwtlte began to return norms upon which tho people may prusuro might chposo their own programmes on tbo man has over been dreamed of known to by man. liflll Willi lb I'HIIIU IIIU IIUIIliJT tu iiiKni y Uhe necessaries of lifo and carry on their usucceorrng Saturday night. nil the food taken, my strength iin-Wrcng.ng:iln. Souiethlng' just llko it was proved rneli luy, ana alter a lew iuvciitud wheii Edison Was barely out of his A llttlo girl as oatlng green corn by gnawbusiness. Under our system of taxation months of faithful attention to your the farmer Is almost withrui tho semblatoe ing It from the cob, when her tooth got en- cradle, aud more or less dim premonitions of direction. I found myself n well tangled Inn conifcilk. "Oh, denrl"sho ex- the modern inai'vel haunted the brains of oiir Moiimn, nhlo to nttend to all household of power, to protect his own interests The claimed. "I lh when they get tho corn ancestors for centuries back. In thojycar duties, Tim ineditimi has glvcu'iuo a l&d tho famous Abbo Mfguo read a paper new leaso of life." manufacturers can foresee with almost abmads, they'd pull out tho basting threadsr' solute certainty what the quantity of their A movement Is on foot In St. Petersburg before tho llrltlsh association describing mi lustrumcut called phoiuutograph, which product will be upon the employment of for observing Sunday as it Is understood in bad been recentlytho iuvcatod by a young tho United States nnd Great Britain. It is f any given number of bunds, and, there- said that tuelvo hundred St. Petersburg Frenchman, M. E. L. Bcott. "The phounuto-rrav- h or rnLrintD cousIsU of. a tubj enlarged at one end fore, they Can combine whenever they merchants have already declared themselves He. J. C. Ayerli? Co.LoweliMass. cbooso to limit production and increase v. illlng to keep their places of business closed fin tie same uianUcr n a trumpet;- fn onlcr to cuiiceuiruiu inu ruuuus, truicu aro conveyed on tho first day of tho week. filet ft l boUles, $S. Worth S3 a bottle. prices J but the farmer's crop depends althrough it to( a thin membrane tightly SuiKsrlonty in wit is irioro' frequently-thmost entirely upon the 'Character of the strained over the other end of the Instrument. causoof vanity than superiority of judgment, I This membrane carries nfllxod to It on exeeasorThe may have, and h'e cannot decide ns the person that wears art ornamental cessively light stylus or pencil, which is put . in advanceihow much h must plant in it oven moro vain than ho that wears In sword motion liy ovci-vibratlou produced by fbrnishli supply that will not be in a useful one William Shenstono. tho action of tho ah- - upon tho inemhrano. " " ; Samuel Ulatchford, the Pennsylvania Justill." stylus a lwiud of paper, cov"JJehlud AHiitSalnniitlin 'Dour Her Sunb6ii-n- et excels of the demand. Notwithstanding these and many other tice, hns a large pleco of valuablo silver to ered ultlilampblack, Is unrolled by clockwhich is attached an odd story, 'ilo'scnt to work, and ni lids baud passes along tho point nnd Umbrella and Conic disadvantages under which the farmer England for it, and, wishing his Initials put of the stylus traces tijon tbo lampblack1 nil Out far a trie n ill j- - Talk -- " which no act of Congress cm on It, he uroto to that effect, giving his nmno tho curvilinear and rcctilinenr movements ifitli lite CJlVlB About Senator Cullom thinks nroleciton nnd adding "O. O. D." This cosh on" deliv- crlgiiiatlug In' the "vibrations of. tho .. . ery system is unknown In England, bo, to his n j . . . and thai produces in Its own peculiar turn than to dismay, tho' silver pleco" nrrlved ulth his lias neen more oeneiiciat to t. For the Uroekenrlilge News clmractfi' a faithful: reproduction of tbo 1). cut on it! ' nny one ele and he refi-rto "the great mid 0. O. sound." Tho liihtrument was still in tlio I havejusi been.lhinklng over the long Tho into king of Portugal's translations of rough, however, and the abbo went on to exlist of different narnes" you girls havn lor improvement of ihe material welfare of the farming nnd country people,' during the Shakespeare's plays wcro recognlted by'tho plain that wlillo It was fairly successful with parties nowadays: Pound parties, musical founds tho human critics of Lisbon ns jmsessing last tbirtycr forty years, to justily his dramaticdegree- power, force, skill, in the certain difilculties at present. voice presented Calico parlies, AIute'paffies. highest Nevertheless, and tho opinion' "All this comfort and general best literary workmanship. Tho dramatic ho had Jtltlcdoubtf that eventually tbo Phantom parties and lastly anaV'leastly,"-"iwould sutcrxcdo stenography, my estimation. Hard lime parlTfP." 'Improvement" he attributes to protection. critics of Lisbon nro perfectly honorablo It would be fnr morn reasonable to con- men, nnd doubtless tbo king's royal rank had and would register for future generations Now, I don't tbink (here is a poor old foul tiot only tho words but tho very tones of no Influence In determining their views. famous actors and orators. But M. Scott in existence who enjoys seeing and hear- clude (hat if thoy had been exempt from A few nights ago 00,000 persons assembled ing of young people enjoying themselves this heavy taxation nud permitted to ex- near the small town of Lancaster, O., to wit- scans to have boon unable to conquer tho lying in his and better than I. Indeed, I believe I enjoy pend their money for the improvement of ness n sight not yet gazed upon by mortal difltcultics 'disappeared path, vlow. Le aud his from n horso race by 6f invention feeing them as muih as I did when I their own property and the education of eyes, namely, Two of the largest tho light tho So much for nn actual anticipation of 's wells in natural gas. idea. In the realm of imagination a was a young lassie and played ' 0 rider their children, there would be fewer mort vicinity were drawn upon to supply the gages upon their land, and n greater cry curioiM forecast niay bo found in Cyreno In a year or two theso hilarious Phoebe how merryawere we " and "Lonof comfort nnd prosperity among Iluckoyo men will bo wishing thoy hnd saved do Hefgerac's "Voyago to tho Moon," tho don bridge is ashed nwny" and "Here book fiom which Swift did not disdain to up that gas and held their rnco during daycome three tinker, three tinkers are we" the farmers and country people. John J light borrow Ideas. Cyrcno's imaginary traveler tells of a wonderful book presented to him and many other of those pretty plays. Carlisle in the January Forum. A society has lately been organized In Engby a lunar inhabitant, a book with neither And, believing ynu know my kindly feel land which is called tho "Homo for Lifo leaves book made wholly for We shall never ceaso to indorse Dr. and especially provides for the wants the carsnor letters, aeyes, "so ing for yon all, you will not be offended at and not tho that when anyof educated women, unmarried or widows, what I am going to say. Now, to the four Bull's Cough Syrup; for without it our u body bos a mind to road it ho wfnds up that ho nro left In inlddlo life uuable to provide paper would have been shnit of reading machine with a great many llttlo springs, fir lit named parttrs I cller no objection for themselves owing to lack of suitable A phantom party I confess my ignorance matter this week i wo hnd a shocking training for remunerative employment. Tho thou bo turns tho hand to tbo chapter which he iletiics, nud straight as from tho mouth of cough and a fearful cold. Weekly Union. annuities acquired by members of tho so man, or 11 musical instrument, proceed to, nndcannct see where anything interall tho if nnuual vnluo of esting or ntnnsing or entertaining is atDon't sigh with pains or burns or accident. clety, ran amounting to nn for lesideitco nnd distinct and different sounds which all the Ihj exchanged 30, tractive. Hut let that go for what it is But use Salvation Oil, the greatest liniment board in 0110 of the homes to bo established lunar grnndees inako uso of for expressing their thoughts Instead of language." for tlio im jmj-worth, and come on to my favorite averIu No tfVI of Tho Tattler Sir Richard sion in pnrtics the Hard lime partj Wo in mi nnd Wedlock. Steele pretends to have como in possession of Tlio Aco of Muriels. nn unpublished uiauu;cript by Sir John MauFor hard times, be it known to tho:c who If a lovely woman smaks me on one In view of tho nlmost Incredihlo progress of have never realized it, is n ibinir that 1 cheek I will turn her the other nlso Josh tho last two generations, it is not tho best de vi lie, which gives somo account in Ids usual veracious manner, "of the freezing nnd for one can't see the joke iu, for I do not Billings judgment which pronounces the post electric thawing of fwvci-aBhOrt'speoehes in Nova system of transportation tbo dream of an inbelieve thero is a parallel in the history of Zembla." "I need not inform my readers," When a woman wants the earth, it is vent! vo maniac. There is a ficshncss about adds Sir Richard, ".that tho nuthor of 'Hudi-bro- s' our c untry in which its people have the proposition thnt wo shall yet send letters with the view of giving it to some man alludes to this strango quality in that groaned under such a complication of Bjston across the continent between tho dawns of cold climate, when, speaking of Courier. abstracted successive days thnt takes tho aveiago breath notions clothad In a visible shape, he evils and utter poverty as marks a large adds A young mau whose girl went back on away, and the suggestion thnt jiassengors aro rlnss of people at the present time; and simile: to be rushed through space nt tlio rate of 00 that bira says that he soff-r- j from heart failure Ml.o wonlj couscatod la northern ulr. bow young men and young ladies (I will miles per hour is apt to alarm tho npprehen-sivo- . Washing. on Caj ital. TUB ttllKW WAS 11EALLY AMAZED. not say professi repossessing suund miodi But tho pro)ositioii is not beyond tbo Mandovillo's pretended story tells how tho A breach of prom'se suit begins with limits of possibility for all that. A few days and good hearts, can look on the desti u- -t ago an oxpet imental train upon a ia(lroad iu weather was to cold that ho aud his comon and poverty, hunger and want ef so one of the parties being by the tuts stato maile a run or ninety odd miles in panions ou bliiphoard found themselves demany in their community, for they are to other Itinghamtcn U'publican about sixty minutes, some portion of tbo prived of tho benefit of speech tholr words bu foui d everywhere, look into their eyes The fadiionablo woman in the fortius U Journey being at tho rate of nearly two miles frozo In tbo air before they could reach the cars of tho person to whom they weie spoken. If Kir niiuuto. aid into the faces of little orphan not generally amb'tious to discover a new marvelous resultssteam can accomplish such This distressing stato of adairs lasted for ns this, why may not that children nnd know their and wrinkle Binghamton Lader. greater power, electricity, ecllpso this stu three weeks. At length a thaw set in. "Our cabin was Immediately filled with n dry, pule little cheeks aro made so by n lack of A woman is never so badly in love that IMiiidous record! The truth is that wo Ilvo hi a phenomonal clattering sound, which I afterward found to proper food and comfortable clothing, can she d ies not try to find out the cost of her age. All the ancient faiths concerning the bo tho crackling of consonants that broko then for amusement for themselves perengagement ring Atchison Globe. development of material things aro being abovo our heads, and wcro often mixed with sonify all this by dressing themselves up rudely jostled by tho pushing shoulders of a gent 3 hUsing, which I imputed to the lotter Ou Like Michigan's shore: .fuilgi s that comes so frequently iu the English lanin the most hideout display of rug, and science. It is no longer tho dream of a visionAre you a mnrried man? Prisoner 1 ary that wo shall converse with persons a guage 1 nigh and jed over it is to me a mystery "1 soon after felt a breeze of whispers rushdon't know 1 haven't been horns f r ten thousand miles nway. Mai ked progress has And I wait to hear that in order to make been mndo toward solving the problem of ing by my ear, for those being of a soft and days Terre Haute Express gentle substnuco immediately liquified In the the role of bard limes more definite, it will nurlal navigation, nud although it is yet It hns been discovered that kisses ve to predict tho ultimate outcome, It is warm wind that blew across our cabin. Theso be broUfht into plajing the part ef the syllables hungry and wretched and personate the kises. we mean are full of electricity. not insanity to believo that air ships may yet wero soon followed byby entire and short words, nnd nt length sentences, Now we know why old maids have alwaja run counter to tho winds. Tlio turning illulittle ones clinging to the rags of the equalminates a populous city and now explosives that molted sooner or later, as they were called kissing shocking Hwton Courier ly hungry mother and heggiug for the crust shatter in nn Instant obstacles which wero more or less congealed; so that wo now heard everything that had been sjiokcn during tha deemed immovable. There aro improvements of bread she cannot give, and still not bewhole throo weeks that wo bad been silent to the telegraph which would have astounded IIPHlorccl Her IIiulili. ing satisfied, wish they could itniuti the if I may uso that expression. My reader will Morho had ho lived to see them. PhiladelFor twenty-fiv- e hungry moan, ns did Pjrrhnsius when, no' yenrs I suir-re- d easily imagluo how ths whole crow was from phia Inquirer. amazed to hear overy man talking and seo boils, cry ipelas and other blood affections, being sati,fid with painting the the ago-ino man opening his mouth." Itciiiurkablo Itcicue. of his dying old captive, he exclaimed: taking during that tirno great quantities of A still mightier liar than even Steele's Mrs. Michael Curtain, PlainfielJ, 111., "Gods' if I could but paint u dying d (Terent medicines without any perfcepti-bl- o Maudovlllo, the famous Baron. Munchausen, relief Friends induced me to try S. makes the statement that she caught cold had a very similar tale to tell. Ho informs groan." us that, traveling ono severe winter's day in S. S. It improved mo from the start, and which settled on ber lungs; she was treatI think I hear some gay young lady ssy. wind his "Aunt Samnnthy, you look uron this too after Hiking several bottles, restored my ed for n month by her family physician, Russia, the tXHtllion tried vainly to the combom in tbo open air. Later, when seriously; you are getting old nnd jour health as lar as I could hope for at my age, but grew worse. He told her she was a pany wcro assembled around tbo kitchen fire mind, of course, weak and your sympathies which is now seventy-fiv- e years. Mns S. hopeletm victim o consumption and that of a hostelry, thoy heard a sudden tereng, no medicine could cure ber. Her druggist tcreug, tong,- - ten,;. "AVo looked around and are more easily wrought up than when you M. Lrcm, Bowling Green, Ky. suggested Dr. King's Now Discovery for now found tlio reason why the postilion had were young." Well, I conless to all this Cured After Vinj of Consumption; sho bought a bottle and to not becu nble to sound Lis horn; his tunes nnd assure yon I am not wpnk enough to wcro frozen up In tho horn and now como Suffering-her delight found herself benefited from out by thawing, platu enough, and much to believe I can by any means revolutionize 1 have used Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) first dose. She continued its uso and, ths credit of tho driver, so that ths honest what you call society, and I'm not going for blood diseases and iu every instance after taking ten bottles- - found us for somo tlmo with a follow herself varietyentertainedwithout putting bis raoutU to try, but iff chance to get iu a word that with tho best results 'of tunes About twcnli-fiv- o will have any good effect V) his hern." 1. um well jnid .on.. "K" T "au my ieg inurt .in an acci- sound and well, now does her own house' .l Surely Munchausen's horn is uo bad protofor the trouble, dent, nnd the wound never entirely healed. work and is as well as she ever was. Free type Chicago News. of E Uva's) phonograph. trial bottles of this Great Discovery at As the holidays are coming, of courso I tried various remedies without success G. W. Short's, Cloverport, and J, A. Witt's you rauBt have amusement, if yon will I was finally induced to try S S. 8. Thnt l'repnrlnc to Hick. Large bottles 50c nnd Uarditmburg allow mo I will suggest that you break the medicine healed it up healed A well known citizen wits discovered going it after $100 monotony by getting up a Mum Social. As twenty-fiv- e through some singular motions In 0110 of the years of suffering had been ena part penance for the sin you have comcon idors of tho city hall yesterday, and an dured and much money had been thrown A Plea for I'ure Air. acquaintance who ran against him cried out: mitted in the Hard Times personification, nway in the purchase of As the summer drawi quietly Into autumn, worthless medi"What on e.u-t- nro you up to uowt" and tho hot, sultry days of previous months have your social for (Le benefit of the poor cines. "Taking off my diamond pin." 0. W Wki.ch, Mobile, Ala. aro succeeded by cool days, bow gladly o widows and orphans. To those who have "Dut Where's your wutchf nestla closer to tho cheerful, comforting fire ItliLiiinutUiii In Children. tall pockot." "In never taken part iu a Mum Social I will which now bums in ovory fireplace, while wo One ol my children was afflicted for a 'Afraid of ttelng robbed I" explain, lift the young ladies get tip a think, perhaps, of the happy times wo liavo "Oh, no: It' business. " nice supper, make yonr tickets to supper lo g time with rheumatism. After n num. luid during the delightful summer. What "How j" ber of remedies had failed -- I commenced robust faces uosool Whatachange lias boon very reasonable, let the managers see "that "Why, the have put me down for Imparted to ovcry ouo who has been so fortuthe guests are seated at the table alter- giving her Swift's Specific (S S S) Afttr nate as to have an "outing.1' And theso four dollan tax 011 jiersonal piopcrty,aud nately a lady nnd gentleman. Lot each taking a couple of bottles she was entirely changes nro duo to what! Simply to a chnngo I'm going Iu to kick," "Rut you've got a horso." lady provide herself with a pencil and cured. W. P. Thomson, Piedmont, S. C of work, sights, hut moot probably to tho ""Yes, but ho wasn't In tho day thoy called. " needed change of air. It seems tcrrlblo to Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mo sco paper. L?vy a tax on every word spoken "And a pluuo." tho uumlicr of polo and sickly that to "That happened to bo at tbo factory to be by the right hand gentleman of each, who, mailed freo. wo meet each year, caused only by t,ho want of moro oxj gen. Now is tlio tlmo trhen we rovanilshed.' SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, Ga. by the way is trying to keep muai Let "But your bu'ik account!" nro fprmlng this miserable habit of solf every lady use every effort she can to make "H!il It's In my wife's uamol Koep quiet. go in and toll them her right neighbor talk. Ask him quesTho Liberal (!oiuir- - IMifor. As tho days and nights grow colder we box Now, tbeu, I'm ready to up ui an to tions, teaBO him, quarrel at him, make Into airtight rooms and breathe tha t the people uro ready to taice ' Whenover yon want any "deadhead" and rebrcntho tho tamo air, until It becomes I Id themselves of this tvrrlbje burden of high lovo to him, and use every inducement to puffing call on ui, and whenever you bnvo so foul aud (Mllutcd that wo grow sleepy nnd lufailwi." Detroit Free Pres. get him to speak ; and keep an account of nnyipaid work to do take it elsewheje. 01 dull, wondering what makes us fool so, and Happy Heoklom. every word he Bpeaks while at table, and ctfhr8e, we are wealthy and this "puffing" If n fresh supply Is admitted, we foci cold, Wm. Tiramons, Postmaster of Idaville, nnd sbfno ono crlost "Put down tho window," ubsn the time expires which you have al- of meetings, societies and persons helps to or "Do shut tho door." Ind, writes: "Electric Bitters has done iened for table, fool up the number pi "fill up" the paper and But my advice is, bo lens storing of your moro for me than all other medicines enables us to whilo words and let him pay his tux Into the away the fuel, have a rousing flro If uoed bo, but have monotonous intervals between combined, for that bad reeling arising Carry this out correctly, and the cutting of treasury. coupons off or our bonds. a window open In overy room. Don't bocon' from Kidney and Liver trouble." John tent with nlr from another room. Rest satisif it doesn't afford yoa more real and in- If you want to see your "puff" after it is fied only with out of door nlr. At nlghtdoif't Leslie, farmer and stockman, of tame nocent amusement than a Hard Times printed it is a very easy sleep In a clmcd room. On with tho clothes place, says: "Find Klectno Bitters to be manor In step inI will say no more about it to a store and borrow the paper. Illoom. aud up with tho windows, and In tho mornmedicine, Yours fruly, ing you will wako up with none of thnt tired, tbo best Kidney and Liver " ington Courier J, W. languid fooling, but lustond you will bo re- made me feel liko a new roan AUXT SiJUNTIU freshed liy your sleep, oagor to "bo up and Gaidner, hardware merchant, fame town, Stephenspor'. Ky, doing," Of course pure nlr need not l cold says; Klectric Bittern is just tho thing rf ! Go to G.V. Short for '. C. Cj 'Certain , for a man who is all run down and don't nil-so oven tho frailest need not bo dolmrrod Certain Cough Cure" is not .. v. If ' 0. 0 wu,.o uugus, u,)ius ana from Its enjoyment. Therefore don't hlbor-nate- care whether bo lives or dies; be found tho beat remedy you bare ever used for all Throat and Lung diseases, new strength, good appetite, and felt just though you wereia'sniijrrel or live and enjoy tea supporter of like be had a new lease on life. Only 60c. i0ugHB anu, voius your mgnny win oe re llfo Ood's greatest gift, pure alr.Ijewlston a bottle at G. W. Short's. Cloverport. and funded. Have your Printing done at this offieo J. A. Witt's, Hardinsbur);. Journal. ;le Indigestion Tlio Fnrmer nnd Protection. Tha American lornicr, although ho ODDS AND Js ENDS. BGFOKU KDlSOiWS TIMK. I'liotocntplis and True Art. photograph bids fair to tccomo u very potent aid to artists who sock to teach their pupils that reproduction is not art; for it Is clearly demonstrated by this means that tho real Is In nowlso like the apparent, For oxnmplo, nn Instantaneous photograph of a man in tho act of running novor looks as much llko a man In tho net of running as tho pen drawing of a truo artist does. Tho reason is that tho photograph reproduces the one exact position of the runner at tho instant the plcturo is made, whilo tho artist pictures scvoral positions in one and tnnkes his man seem to bo moving. Art always has dealt and nlwqys must deal with things, not ns they aro, but as they Seem to bo. We sit nnd look at a runner. Ho scorns simultaneously to bend forward bis body, throw ono leg away forward and tho oilier to tha rear, with both knees at almost an acute angle. At the same instant he scams to swing ono arm forward, whilo tho Other is drawn back, liotli being "xhut" tightly at the elliows. Bo It seems, for tho oye of tho observer is not keen enough to co tho position of each instant sepal ntely. It Sees tho positions of a group of Instnnts, and tho observer thinks that theso positions are simultaneous, Tho Instantaneous photograph shows they aro not simultaneous, aud in doing this presents a plcturo that doos not look llko a man in tlio act of running. This photograph is going to bo Indeed already is a great aid to science, but tbo only thing It call do for art will bo to prove that reality does not seem as true as tbo Ideal.'- - What is true of tho paint er's and the sculptor's art is true also of tho writer's, lie who describes things' as they really aro may bo a scientist, but only he who describes things as they seem to bo is an artist. Wo frequently bear readers say of chaiactcrs created by au artlstio writer that thoy havo seen just such portions. They think they have, but they haven't. It IS tho writer's art that makes them think thoy havo. If ho had actually described the persons they havo In mind they would say thero never wero such beings on earth. Thus It comes about that "truth (reality) Is stranger less commonly observed) than fiction," aud that "fiction (tho ideal) bath a nobler b id thau fact." Washington Poit. ThO irtstnntuneous (bo-cau- b Whaf is tr - - re iff"? nirrs Without bealUiy , jlons of Mothers: Moa T; MAZlSSSu. Kftrt"'tLBg"P t4tWr71ror Ca.terla. Cas-toriS- ; isHserior VcStaT-CIi- """" IMg HouBtemaoh.iMrha?1!!?, ileep also aId?dK?r?n . I I 7eommend fnl,'. 77 as.supiTior toony prCTOriptlon Castorla for children's Tns Cmtach Compart, Murray St., Now York. .T vsa5mmvMgs!ngAu sj (TOJBKBACWt, UIKMOKE JfcCO.; r f Ayer's Sarsaparilla Wholesale 31 cSc Groeer; 3iviEaiXDL St-- , V - 321 T77 -- LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO tFILLNG tJRDERS. ik 8RECKEIRrDGE ? N-ES- t flartlc. litem-brnu- e, x s Necl:-tteparti- ci, n Edl-bon- ee l Itumanoe and Novel. There Is a clear distinction between those worl.s of tho imagination known respectively ns tho romnnoo mid the novel. The romnnce owes Its name to the fact that It was composed by the trouveron or troubadours Iri Romaic dialects. It was' originally poetic in form and is still poetic Iu substance. The modern novel is a development of the novella or nodvelle of the Italian, Spanish and French literatures of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth centuries, and may bo traced back to tho fabliaux of tho old Provencal poets. The romanct- deals with great characters and extraordinary events. Tho novel proper is confined to a, lower piano, nnd is strained in its action by considerations of probability. Tht&O definitions are more general than precise, but thoy will serve perhaps to Indicate plainly enough, though roughly, the differences wo havo In view. In jxilnt of fact, many works of fiction partake In part of tho nature of tho romance' nnd Iri part of that of the novel. Thero is 110 reason why a romance should not bo, to a certain sense, realistic. "Ye suppose thnt most readers would class "Robinson Crusoo" as a romance, but wo kndw of no work iu which the Imagination is at once moro free nnd moro sober. It is pot a story of common life, but its whole movement U suggested and defended by probability. Crusoo is novor placed beyond our comprehension or our ttyuqiathy. Ho is always natural aud always human. Iu the "Arabian Nights" wo find genuinely human men and women, nnd wo recognize tho universal motives of humanity in their conduct; butiho machinery etuploj ed is largely magical and supernatural. Now Orleans Picayune. - FULTON AVE. BREWERY, ZEva,:n.sTrillea IrLdL Brewers andBottiers of ST Messrs. Gregory' Sfdb., Agents, Cloverport, Ky 1 MMnAIWI LOUISVILLE, Ti C8 S ' n MUffi XCTT- - The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City. Rates, $2.50 to $4.00 Per Day, According to Rooms. sSTTurkifih and Russian, Baths iu Hotel. H.W.HERND0N&C0. Produce & General Cominlion No. 144 Third St., w non-suit- woe-brgo- 1 1 A I'ubllo Scribe; A leportor of Tho Now York Tunes recently rau across an interesting scribe. He was an aged Ilobrew. Ho made a living writing letters for other people, nnd bis ''office" was iu front of a corner grocery, near tho Hebrew district In New York. Ills stock in trado consists of u cheap glass inkstand and n few bheets of paper and fcnS'cIopcs, and when the reporter nppciired he seemed to bo doing a thriving business. "Ho bad Just finished writing in Hebrew script tbo letter ho was reading over, while tho young man by whom It wus dictated stood by awaiting the addressing of tho unveloiie, and another, with a scaled envelope, waited his turn to have his envelopo addressed. Ho qould write a letter to bis correspondent in writing which would be understood by ber or blra, but tho envelope, he knew, must 1m written so as to be understood by many strangers in tho postal service of vai ious lauds through which, it would havo to pass. "Tho public scribo could wrlto in Latin script, aud ho know bow tho letter must lx addressed to insure its reaching its destination add Ids feo was but two cents. 'While tbo men iveio being disposed of u young woman came with a small sum of money which she w I bed to remit to ber parents in Bulgaria, together with u lettor which she would dictate. So tho work of tho old man of letters went on, Ills faco woro a lianlguant nspect, and bis thiu nostrils, arched browf aud large, clear, lustrous eyes bespoke htm e man of lournlng nnd of exceptional culture. He bad probably seen hotter days." Louisville, Ky Arand, Schnermeyer & Heyker, GflOCEBS CINCINNATI, OHIO. HOEVIE AND FARM, tr- - LOUISVILLE, KY. The teidlng Agricultural Journal of tho South stid West. Made by Farmers for Farmers. As n record of successful agriculture. Home ani Faem lias no equal, Kvtry topic relating to agriculture is openly discussed In us column by the farmers lliemselve.!. No expense is spared In securing- a full account of every notable 'success on the farm. It Is distinctly ely the The Pulntcr' Idiosyncrasies. My father, being a scenic artist himself, was naturally supiiosed to bo critical, and wueu uiu painter uskou uis opiiuou 01 mo ; gm dome ho replied: "Well, siuco you ask me, don't you think that your angels are a little stiff in their attitudes?" "No, sir; not for angels. When I deal with mythological Subjects I never put my figures in natural attitudes', It would bo inharmonious. A natural angel would be out of keep-luwith tho rest of tho work." To which my father replied that it was quite Ukoly that such 'would bo the case. "Out why havo you made Handel and Beethoven frown at each other! They are not mythological subjects." "No.'uo," said the painter. "But thoy are musicians, you know; aud great musicians ., always quarrel, ehf Ha, bal" "Yes," said my father; ''but as Handel died beforo Boethoven was born, I don't soo bow any coolness could havo oxlstej between them.'' Joo Jefferson's RomfnUceuces. g IfSVILLE & r Da nre4" MLU.C. AHWOb Titi rs ssT ' nm J . feSKSCSg and Express Boats, record of their daily life, presented In a form nnd language which maLe it plain to nil. ITS LIST OF CONTHIDUTORS Contains the nnmcsof the most progressive farmers of the South and West. .They do n6t treat of theoretical farming, but of the actual conditions which confront us B. 1'. Johnson ; Wuldo H. Ilron-- : Henry Stewart r John M.Stahl ; A. P. Font ; Jeff. Welborn ; Hugh T. DrooLs ; John C. Kdgar: Steele's nayou; T. II. Baldwin and a ha.it of others make this journal indispensable. Moreover, it Is equally A FARMERS' OWN PAPER. a3e2 Passenger, Mail For all way landings, between LouIsTllle and Henderson, the elegant and fleet steamers JAMKS GUTHRIE. TKLli CITY, 0IXY or OVfgNSBOnO, One of the above fine sldewbcel steamers pass up and denn dally. Splendid accommodations for stock. General Office and 178 Fourth' street, LoaiiYllle, Ky. Kvery subject of Interest to the home-maVis 'fully treated. Mary Mnr!en, LoisCMesbv, Mrs. Drown, Mrs. Daviess, Miss Cabell, Miss Mosbj', Alice Winston and n score of others will fotUrib-ut- e A HOME MAGAZINE. regularly. 1 '"' FAIJH UTIKER Is in phargeof our Children's Department, and 'she has the peculiar faculty of being both and Instructive. THE MYSTERY OF THE NATION. a: ' Is thrilling story appearing In lrouE and Fakm. by John It. iluxlck. ami s excitlug wide attention. Short stories by distinguished writers appear from time to time. BILL ARP'S LETTERS inj-'co- s A Criticism ns Is a Criticism. Tbo "Farmer's Daughter" was produced at the Grand last Wednesday night. It wad ono of tho most wonderful plays we ever witnessed. It was llko tho peace of Clod, In that It passed nil understanding, Tho farmer's daughter evidently made a nilstako when she adopted tho stage as a profession. She should have remained among ber milk pans and pur-cuthe even tenor of her way upon the furm, Adelaide Cherrto is a magnificent looking woman, with a volco strong enough to ditch a train, Sho played the adventuress and murdered peoplo who alwayn insisted on coming back to life in the next act. We ura not awaro wbut Idoar tho author of tho play hod when ho wrote. It, but it reminds ut moro strongly of a mlnco plo nightmare than any thing else. Portsmouth (O ) Times, ed D.Ii. Pmnv, Supt. y. W. IIJTE, Appear in each lue, and this humorous philosopher vras never more interesting than at this jime, IN ITS EDITOUIAI, DEPinTMEXT Frost. Hoita and I'ARir speaks boldly aud fearlessly in behalf of" Fanners" Klghus." Jt favors a revision or the. tarlffln behalf of the farmer:better roads for the farmer; Free Mail Delivery to the among the farmers, and its fanner; rim iitb" Must Trusts." Its motto is " 'atr Trade sad Farmers' Rights." Attorney at Law; coutf1house Send 50 cents for one year's subscripOr send $1.50 and get Home and tion Farm and Breckenridge News for one year Address JN0. D. BABBAGE, CLorxuroKT, "Kr. Hardinsburg, Ky. We are1 Prepared to do al! kinds of Two Consultations. Customer Is Rubnoso's Rheumatlo Remedy good Or acute rheumatism tbo result of a cold J Drug Clerk I I don't know. I'll soo. (Whispers to proprietor) Havo we Rubnose's Rheumatic Remedy f Proprietor No only Bullflncho's. Clark (to customer) No; not half so good as Bullfinche's. Harper's Bazar, Unexpected Comment, JOB PRINTING i i v a ..-.- Jimmy Tuffborn (to minister who Isdinlng with tho family) Didn't you say In your1 6ermon this morning that there wasn't anything in this world perfect! MialfterwYe, I believe so; why do you askf "Ob, I heard ma My before church time that vnu wero a perfect bore I" Epoch. ' "- - t ui.'i v' ,!"; ATTHI8 OFFICE. 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