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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890011501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - I 1 , . ' I1"1? I"' 9UiSft& fr THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1890. Dr. 'T' Z ' . ' YOL. XIV. NO. 25. THE LOUISVILLE & '")! AH'TEE CHICKEN Tallage, in, lai;I$. BROOKLYN - js; SERMON OP THE Cholera Cure ! J AN. 12.fi Jt kii Tlio Text or tli; Illscoumo AVu I'D il ml In Srcoiiil KIhkm Vi, 2, 3, anil Here In a Ilcport In Cull "iiow u KiustK i.iro vn' - , , NuvriKvt "- - V-- rxnis,ian.'t2. Tlii- - Ittiv. V i k ' ai ) r f Sf 4 ) ,- - .' j. v iiiagt') D.'D., of Urool.lvn, picaclied In tlila fltjr tixluy. 114 U jiiiaUu- - hut way home', wliivb lie oxpVcta to'reudh In 'tho early pait of Jjjbruury Dr. Talmuge' text wusj the daughter of King Joraiit, sLster of Almzlali, took Joash the ion of Almzlali, 'ntut" stolo hlni from fiiiiong tlio king's sous F rsxllft,-.- . ..m,tl. rl ,'Tt n rr j & which were tlaln; nnd thoy hid htm, even him nnd his nurse, In tlio bedchamber from chickens die every' year from Choi-'erIt is more fatal to chickens than Atliatlah, so that ho was not slain. And ho liouio of the Lord was with, her bid lur all other diseases combined. But the six years." II Kings, tha 2. 3. Ua said: x, discovery of a remedy (hatfosiivefy Grandmothers nro more Jcnlent with their cures it has been made, and to be contldldren's children thuu thpy.weruwlth.thelr vinced of its efficacy only requjres a' on'li. At forty yearn of age, if discipline bo necehRary, chastisement U used, but triaf. A bottle is enough for ty, tliu gmndmother, looking upon at seventlio one hundred chickens. It is 'guarof tha grandchild, is upologetlc and s anteed. If, after using of disposed to substitute confectionery for whip. a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly Thero is nothing nioro beautiful than this mellow lug of old ago toward childhood. satisfied with it as a cure, for, Chicken Grandmother tiikea out her pocket handkerundersigned Cholera, return it to the chief aud wipes her spectacles, and" puts and your money will be refunded. tliom on, and looks down Into Ho faco of tier uilschlovous and rchollloue descendant, .and For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. say si "I don't think ho meant to do it; lot htm oft this timo; I'll bo responsible for his STOP XOOIt CotJGH vfvxn behavior In thofuturo.''. My mother, .with the second generation around her a boisterous crow said, ono clnyj-"supposo, they ought to but' I 'can't do It, Orundmothers nro not flt to bring up grandchildren." Dut hero, in my text, wo havo a grandmother of a dlireront hue I havo within a few days been nt Jei nsulem, n litre tho orcurreuco of tlio toxt took place, and tho whole scene came vividly beforo mu nhilo 1 was going over tho site of tho ancient temple and climbing tho towers of the king's Cures Conglis, Colds, Hoarseness, p'dace. Here in tho text It Is old At!mliahL tho queenly murderess. Bliu ought to have Croup, Whooping Congli, Itroncliltls, been honorable. Her father naHn king. Her Incipient Consumption, nnd Trill relhusband was a king. Her son was a king. ieve-, consnnipttro patients in adAud yet we And her plotting for the extermivanced stapes j will euro irhcn cura tho entire royal family, Including nolo, and relievo In tlio worst cases. nation of giaudchildien. Tho executioners' HoothatC.C.C, Is Womi in oToryJiot-tl- o her own kill vea m o (sharpened. Tho palace Is red with nndtako rip other. tho blood of princes aud princesses. On all J. O. MENDENIIAIX St CO., Isides ai o shrieks, aud hands thrown up. and SOLE PR0rniET0K3, struggle, und death groan, No mercy I Kill) IXDIAWA. EVANSVIIXE, Kill! Dut while tho ivory floors of tho paluce DRUQQI6TS GENERALLY. SOLD Tun n tth carnage, and tho whole land is under vrltX 'the shadow of n great horror, n fleet footed Itcmovo Corns, Warts & Bunions woman, a clergyman's wife, Jehoshoba by CERTAIN CORN CURE. nnme, stealthily approaches ttio TnfpeiTal a, nursery, seizes uioii the grandchild that bad 60LD AND WARRANTED BY somehow as yet escaped massacio, wraps itup tenderly but In haste, snuggles it aguiust her, flies down tho palace stairs, her heart in her throat lest she be discovered in this Chi 1st Inn abduction. Oct her out of tho way as quick as you can, for she carries a piecious burden, even a young king. With this youthful prfeo she presses into tho room of tho ancient temple, the church of olden time, unwraps the young king and puts him down, sound asleep as he is, and unconscious of the peril that has DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD been threatened; and there for six years he Is In .pit. oj adnlMntrd ImlUtion. which inUth theory, and precttcal ruulU ol tha Onsm.l. iaipitaof Meansecreted hi that cliuich apartment the KTOMWt mtar.preMnt.tlon. br ennou. wniiUU bulUinpUtorob"hlni while old Athaliah smacks her lips with satiscompetitor aadinipiUol ol the fruit of hi. libera, (.11 ot which domonttrat. Uu faction, aud thinks that all the royal family undoubted .opariorttT nd porraluity ot bUUMhlnO, Prof. Lotsett.V Art f Hunt i'orKsttmc U teeppiiud are dead. ra.rWur n Epoch In u In both lLmi.ph.r.. Dut the six years expire, and it Is time for .) it JlemoTT Culture. IIi Pro.pctu. (wnit port opinicml of peopl. In .11 p.rt. of the rlobo who h.t. actyoung Joash to como forth and take tho ually .todied hi. SyiUm tar corrwpondnc, .howin throne, and to push back Into disgrace and onlv vhUtbting ttudita, not thtt hit Syjt.m i. uteit booleanltuarneatnanoU afttrwarai; th.toni death old Athaliah. The arrangements are 4.0, Jfor Piupsotai, all rondo for political revolution. Tho miliTerm, .nd Ttlinnnlla iidr.M A. LOIS11TTU, SJ37 TlrtU Avenue, N.Y tary come and tako possession of the temple, swear loyalty to the boy Joash and stand around for his defense. See tho shurpcuod swords mid tho burnished shields! Everything Is leady. Now Jonah, half affrighted at Urn armed trump of his defenders, scared at tho voclfeiatlouof his admirers, is brought .aAM tek i s&l forth In full regalia. Tho scroll of authority is put in his hands, the coronet ot government le put on his brow, and the people clapped, and wuved, and huzzaed, and trumpeted. "What is that?" said Athaliah. CINCINNATI, OHIO. "What is that sound over in the templol" And sho flies to see, and on her way thoy meat her and ayi "Why, hnveu't HEHDE you heard I You thought you had slain all the rpyal family, but Joash has come to light," Then 1ho queeifly murderess, fruutlo with ruge, grablwd her mantlo and tore it to tatters, and cried until she foamed at the mouth: "You hnvo no business to crown my grandson. Yoil have no right to take, tho government from my shoulders. Treason! Treasonl'' While sho stood theio crying that, the military started for her arrest, and sho took a short cut through a back door ot tern plo, nnd rnn through tho royal Passenger, Mail and Express Boats. the tho battle axes of the military fellstables; on her but in tho bai n yai d, aud for many a day, when the horses nero being unloosed front tho charFor all wy UnJlngi.botweon LouIbtIIIo and iot, after di aw ing out young Joash, tho fiery Henderon, the elegant and fleet (teamen .stoeds would snort and year passing tho place, JAMES QUTimiB. a, thoy .smell tho placo of tho carnage. TKOli CITY, Tho first thought I hand youfiom this subCITY o- OWENSB0K0. ject is that tho extermination of righteousWhen a woman is Ono of the above Cqc ildenheel iteainnra pais ness is ml Impossibility. up and dewn dally. Splendid Bceominodatloni good, sho is apt to bo very good, and when for itoek. she is bad, she is apt to bo very bad, aud this and 178 Fourth J treet, Athaliah was ono of tho latter sort. She 'Oonoral offico Leulivlilo, Ky, would extermiuato the lost scion of the, houso W. W. niTE, Prct. of Duvld, through whom Jesus was to como. Ij. 1'snnv, Sapt. D. There was plenty of work for embalmcrs aud 8ho would clear the land of undertakers. Lauisville,,St. Lcuis & Texas R. R. Co. all God fearing aud Qod loving ieoplo. Sho would put an end to everything that could In anywise Interfere with her Imperial criminality. Sho folds her hands and says: "Tho work Is done; it is completely done." Is lef In tho swaddling elothes of that church apartment mo wrapped tho cause of God, TuUlii(T V.ttccl and tho cause of good government. Tlint Is tho scion of tho house of David; it Is Joash, AtCiOOo'clckAJ,, Sunday, Sec, 15,. the Christian reformer; It Is JonAh, the friend Eml Hound Traint of Ood; It Is Joash, tlio domornlizui of Daull-tls- h ir liomul JViiiii. Idolatry. Ilock him tenderly; nurse him K411. AND "tllll. AND ' KiruKis. gently. Athaliah, you may kill all the other xxpeess. STATIONS. you cannot kill Eternal , l.20rx children, butthrown all aroundhim. aud this 7.45ak Lv.UnIonl)enot,I,ouUv'e.,Ar. him, defenses aio , 8.1)0, Kentucky Street 1.U5.. clergyman's w Ife, Jehoshoba, will snatch him ,,.AIms llouie up Oviu tho palaco nursery, and .will run ,..,,.. Vlouauro Ridge l'ark 'down with him Into tho house of tho Iird, Valley .. and there she will hide him for six years, aud .Mfttdow Lawn .,: -- ltlver View fat the end of thut timo he will come forth 12.25 .. Weit I'olnt for your dethronement nifu obliteration. . , 8.45 12.U4 ..- , y.10 Uoek Hnvcn Well, my friends just is poor a botch does II.&Sasi .Long Uranoh 0.2i tho world alwayj make of extinguishing y.3l! 11.44 .. ..Urandenburs rises up nnd Superstition righteousness. y.47 11.35 .. -- .., Ekron says: "I will Just put an end to pure religion." Qnaton .11.24 .. i, . 9.68 sluvy ,forty thousand Christians, Douiltlan Irvlngton 11.11 ,. 'lli.im Diocletian slew eight hundred and forty-fou- r Wobator 11.01 10.17 thousand Christians. Aud the scythe of 10.5.1 .. ...Lodlburg 10.27 hasboeimwuiig through all ihuages, 10.42-m Pierce 10.42 .n Sample... ... 10.4B ..10.35 , and the flames hissed, ami tho guillotine chopped, nnd tlio Bastllo groaned; but did , 10.24 10 58 Stephuoiport ....j.l0,15 tho foes of Christianity exterminate Itf Did .11.07,-..- , Holt Cloyerport,....,-..i.'9.Albon, tho first Drittili il'.Mfe ,f. they 5 ?IlT41.; 8.44 .. Sklllman , MctJAco; or Zulnglius, tho BwIm reformer', IlftwenYlllo.,, 1U53AV 9.28.. or John Oldrastlo, tha Ohrlitlttn nobleman, ,12.C8pu J'nlcon a.tl 4 or ALdallah, the Arabian martyr; or Anne 0.Q1 .. .T'9wUpot,..,. .),..,.. ,''12.19 .. . or Ureaft work ....,. H.i'i .. AsUwcW Sandejff Crunineri It, Jiut at ,12.:i(l... I'owtcf ' iliey luaUo of li5U m ..f.f.ifi..ff f aHM......Mf...M e27 ., tho timo when they thought they bad slain ,Owunolirb,...,:,lrei8 lixu All the royal family of Je.us, some Joash Vil.".'Arr 7.47 . ..,,SUnloy ' T.24 would spring up and out, and tako tho throna Wottblngton 7.90 1.34 of swei',iu wield a very wwptor of CUrfs-tfa- n 7,15 ,... SpotUf lllfl ,. 1.52 ' dominion. 7.97 ,KMkett 2 61 w exterminate the 3,t5rArrf.n..UMdri...ta.iLTe 0.5Uam Infidelity hays: "I'll Just were Bible," and tiid Scriptures tin own Into v a. 50-cen- ts two-third- J. DeVJttTat xi, Price 25c. 2Q Ots. BOTTXiU. Prof. Loisette's MEMORY to-dTtfldinc.mini-wancUrtnicurv- lrr. Arand, Schuerineyer & Heyker, GtiUUfcfi & t Packet Line. TIME SCHEDULE, 3STO.J.1. -- . cxtci-mluat- ,, i; rushes Into tho street for the uiob to tiniiiploou, and hiding place. When thoy were piled up in thu public squares and tho nursery of the king and picks up Joash, what shall sliqdo with liluil Shall she tako sH on lire, nnd mountains of Indignant contempt wero hurled on them, and learned unt him to tome room In tl o palaco! No; fot the ofllclal despeiadoes will bunt through vcrvitlos dtcrccd tho Blblo'out of oxlstenco. overy nook and corner, of that building. Thomas Paine said: "In my 'Age of Reason I Jiavo annihilated tho Scriptures. Your Shall sho take htm to tho residence of soma No; that citizen would Washington Is a pusillanimous Christian, but wealthy citizen! I am the foe of Dibles aud of churches;" O, not daro to harbor tho fugitive But she how ninny assaults upon that Word) All tha has to tako htm somewhere. Sho hears tho WtllltltH that hnvo over been clouted ou cry of. tlio mob Iu the streets; she hoars tho nobility; so she rushes earth aro not to bo compared with tho hos- shilolc of tho dying room with Joasli unto the of the templo, into tilities ngnlnst that ono book. Bald one man, In his Inlldel desperation, to his wife: "You tho houso of God, and thou sho puts him must not bo reading that Bible," nnd ho down. Sho knows that Athaliah aud her snatched It away from her, And though ill wicked assassins wilt not bother tho templo to, go thnt Bible was a lock of liali. of the d"td J a great (dcul;kthoy nro notnpt. down very 'liiuch tb'cliurch, and so sho sets Joash cuiiu iuuiuy uiiuu Mint vroii una ever'given in tho temple. There be will be hearing tho them ho pitched tho book with its contents into the lire, and stirred tt with the tongs, songs of' tho worshipers year after year; and spat oil It, nnd cursed ItVand saldt there he will breathe the odor of tho gdlden censers; In that sucred spot be will tarry, "Susan,-neve- r have any more of that damnn-secrete; 1 until, tlio six years havo passed, und bio stuff herui" ho como to'en tin onement. How many Individual and organized at Would God that we wero ull as wlio ai tempts luivo been made to extermiuato that nnd know that tho church of God is Bible! Uavo thoy done Itl Havo thoy tho American Dlblo society I Have the best hiding place. Perhaps our parents tookius.thcre in early days; thoy snatched us they exterminated tho British and Foreign Biblo society! Havo they exterminated thq away from the woild liud hjd us behind tho baptlsmal'folits And'aluId tho Bibles and tho thousands of Christian Institutions, whoso only object it is to multiply copies of tho pyalm books. O, gloilous lnclosuro! Wo Scrtptuios, and throw them broadcast around hnvo been breathing tha breath of tho golden censrrs all tho time, and wo havo sonn tho tho world! Thoy havo exterminated until Instead of ono or two'ebptes of the Dlblo tu our lamb on tha altar and wu have handled tho houses' wo have tight' or" ten, 'and wo pile phials which are tho prayers of ull saints, and them up in tho corners of our Sabbath school wo have dwelt under tha wings of tho cherubim. Glorious lnclosuro I When my father roouw, and send groat boxes of them everywhere. If thov cet on as well as tho v nro now nnd mother died, ami the prop rty was set.going1 on In tho woik of extermination,' tled up, thero was hnidly any thing loft; but I do not know but that our children they endow otitis wit Ihi projintV worth more may livo to see the millennium! Yea, than any earthly ksscssIoii, becauso they if there should como u timo of persecution In hid us in tho temple. Aud when days of temptation havo como upon my soul I havo which all tho known Dibles of tho earth gone there fur shelter; mid when assaulted of -- should bo destroyed, nil theso laiiijiu of llfo comfort, and that blazo In our pulpits and in our families sorruwu, I havo gono there for tike there I menu to llva 1 wunt, Joasli, to extinguished in tho very day hat infldollty until and sin should lie holding Jublloo over staythcto of tho coronation. I mean to bo houso of God. the universal extinction there would 1k in but lod out 0 nicp of tho world outside there, 'soma1 closet of backwoods church a. nud cheated of tho secreted copy of tho Dlble, nud this Joasli of eternal Utoratliro 'Would come out and woild, why do ynu'not como iu through tho broad, wlilo oxn door of Christian como up and tako tho throne, ond the Atlm I could act tho part llah of inlldellty and persecution would liy communion! I wish of Jehosheba txlay, and steal you away out tho back door of the palaco, mid drop her mlsornblo carcass under the hoofs of tho from your perils aud hide you in tho temple. How few of us appreciate tho fact horses of tho king's stables. Yott cn'uhot extermiuato Christianity! You cuiinot kill thnt the shllrcb of Uod Is a hiding place. J.'herq nro iiinily people wio put tho church --. Jouslil a' mark that thoy begrudgo it Tho second thought I hand .yqtljfroni my nt so low "silbject Is, that thero are opportunities In everything, bven the few dollars they glvo which wo nmy save royal life. You know toward It, 'fjiuy mako nq, saci iflces. They that profmio history Is replote with stories of doloalittlo out of their surplusage. Thoy sti angled mouarchs and of young princes pay their butcher's bill, and thoy pay their who havo bceu put out of the way. Hero Is doctor's bill, and they pay thulr luudloid, tho story of a young king saved. How Je- nnd they pay everybody but the Lord, and hoshoba, tho clergyman's wife, must havo they come Iu nt the Inst to pay the Lord in trembled as sho rushed into tho Imperial his church, nud flown ns thoy say: "Thero, nursery aud snatched up Joash How sho Lord, It Is; If you will have It, take it now tako It, tako It; send mo u receipt iu full, aud hushed him, lest by his cry ho hinder tho escape. Fly with him! Jehosheba, you hold don't bother mo soon agnlnl" I tell you theicfs not more than ono man 'In your arms tho causo of God aud good government. Full, aud bo is slain. Succeed, out of n thousand that appreciates what tho and you turn the tldo of tho world's history church Is. Where are tho souls that put for Christlnn Institutions In tho right direction. It seems as-l- between aside of tliolr Income! Where bio those that young Ling and his assassins there is iluiw nothing but tho frull arm of a woman. But who, having put aside that u;on it cheerfully? Why, It Is pull, and drng, why should wo spend our time in praising this bravery of expedition when God asks and hold on, and grab, mid clutch; and givtho same thing of jou and me! All urouud ing is an alllictlon to most poopio when it us nro tho Imperiled children of a great King. ought to bo nu exhilaration and a rapture. They are bom of Almighty parentage, nnd Oh, that God would icmodel our souls on this will como to a throno or a crown, If permit- subject, and thut wo might appreciate tho ted. But sin, tho old Athaliah, goes forth to housoof God us the great refuge. If your the massacre. Murderous temptations are children are to como up to lives of virtue and out for tho assassination. Vnlens, tho em- happiness, they will come up under the shaperor, was told that there was somebody in dow of tho church. If tho chuich does not Ills rculm who would, usurp his throuo, alid get them tha world will. Ah, when you puss away and it will not that tho name of tho man who should be tho usurper would begin with the letters T. H. bo loug before y ou do when j ou pass away E. O. D., and tho edict wont forth from tho it will bo a satisfaction to see your children You wont to havo emperor's throne: "Kill everybody whoso in Christian society. them sitting at th.o holy sacraments. You name begins with T. E. O. D." And thousands woroslnln, hoping by that want them mingling iu Christian associations. You would like to havo them dio iu massacro to put an end to that ono usurper. tho sacred precincts. When you are on your Dut sin ismoio teriitloiu its denunciation. It matters not how you spell your name, you dj Ing bed, aud your little ones como up to como under its knife, under Its sword, under tako your last word, and you look Into thtir bewildered faces, you will want to leavo its doom, uuless thero bo somo omnipotent relief brought to tho rescue. But blessed bo them uuder tho church's benediction. I don't God, there Is such a thing as delivering a care how hard you aro, that is so. I said to a man of tlio world: "Your son and daughter royal soul Who will snatch away Joash! This afternoon, iu your Sabbath school are going to join our church next Sunday. "Bless you," ho class, thero will be a princo of God somo Havo you any objections? one who may yet rclgu as klug forever" e said, "objections? I wish alt)iry children to tho church. I don't attend to thoso tlio throne; thero will bo sdmeono iu matters mysolf I know I am verr wicked your class who has a corrupt physical inheritance; thero will be bomo ono in your clnua but I nin very glad thoy are going, and I who has a father and mother who do not shall bo thoro to see them. I am very glad, know how to pray; there will bo sonio ono sir; I am very glad. I want them there." in' your class who is destined to command iu And go, though you may havo bceu wanderchurch or state somo Cromwell to dissolve ers from God, and though you may have a parlmmout, somo Beethoven to touch tho sometimes caricatured ,lbo church of Jems, world's harp strings, somo John Howard to it is your great desire that your bons aud daughters should bo standing all their lives pour fresh ulr into the lazaretto, somo Florence Nightingale to bandage the battlo within this sacred lnclosuro. More than that, you yournolt will want tho wounds, soma MUs Dlx to sootho tho crazod church for a hiding placo when tho mortgage brain, somo John Frederick Oborlfu to educate tho besdtted, somo David Braluord to is foreclosed; when your daughter, just chaiigo tho Indian's war whoop to a Sabbath blooming into womanhood, suddenly clasps ber hands in a slumber that knows no waks song, some John Wesley to marshal of Christendom, some John Knox to ing; when gaunt troublo walks through the parlor, and tho sitting room, and tho dining make queens turn pale, some Joash to idolatry and strike for tho kingdom hall, nud tho nursery, you will want somo shelter from tho tempest. Ab, eoino ot you of heaven. Thei o are sleeping in your cradles by night, havo been run upon by misfortune and trial; there nro playing In your nurseries by day, why do you not come into tho shelter! I said imperial souls waiting for dominion, and to a widowed mother after sho bad buried whichever sldo tho cradle thoy get out will bor only son months after I said to ber: decide tho destiny o'f empires. For each one "How do you get along nowadays!" "Oh," sho replied, "I get along tolerably well exof those chlldi on sin and holiness contend Athaliah on tho ono side, Jcjiosheba on tho cept when tho sun shines." I said! ''What do other. But I hear people say: 'What's tho you mean by 'that?" when sho said: "I can't use of bothering' children with religious in- bear to see the sun shluo; my heart is so dark struction! Let them grow up and cliooso for that all tho brightness ot tho natural world themselves. Don't interfere with tliolr voIIh seems a mockery to me." O, darkoned soul, O, broken hearted man, broken hearted tlon." Suppose somo ono had said to Jehoshoba: "Don't Interfere with that young Joash. woman, why do you not como Into tho Lot him grow up and decidowhotber ho likes shelter? I swing the door wldo open. I swing the palaco or not, whether ho wants to bo king it from wall to wall Como inl Como In I or pot. Don't disturb his volition." Johoshe-b- a You want u placo where your troubles shall know right well .that unless, thut day tho bo interpreted, where your burdens shall bo young king was rescued, ho would never be unsttappod, whero your tears shall bo wiped away. rescued nt all. Church of God, bo a btdingplaco to all theso I tell you, my friends, tho reason wo don't reclaim ull our children from worldllncss is poopio. Givo them a scat where thoy can rest their weary souls. Flash somo light because wo begin too late. Parents, wait until their children Jlo beforo they teach theln from your chandeliers upon their darkness. thevaltio of truth. Thoy wait until their With somo soothing hymn hush their griefs. children swear lieforo they teach them tlio O, Church of God, gnto of heaven, let mo go Importance of righteous conversation. They through itl All other institutions nro going wait until their children aro all wrapped up to fail; but the Church of God its foundation Is tho "Rock of Ages," its charter is for iu this world bcfoio thoy tell thorn of u better world. Too late with youi' prayers. Too everlasting' years, Its koys aro held by tho late with your discipline. Too late with your universal proprietor, Its dividend b heven, benediction. You put ull care Uou your Ita president Is God! Sure as thy truth shall lay child! en between twelve und eighteen. Why To Zioc shall bo glveu' do you not put tho chief caro between four The brightest RlorluM wirtli can yield. nnd nluef It is to lato to repair a vessel And brighter Ji!iss"of hcavca. when It bus got out of tho dry docks. It (s God grunt that all thlsuudlcnnj, the young too late to save Joash after the executioners have broken In. May God arm us all for est, tho oldest, the worst, the best, may find this work of snatching roynl soul from death their safe and. glorious hiding placo where to coronation. Car, on Imagine any sublimcr Joash found it in tho temple. work thuu tills roul saving! That wow Tlio pollca in Paris are beginning, it Is an what flushed Paul's cheek with enthusomo steps to prevent the siasm; that was what led Munson to risk nounced, to take Ids llfo umld Boriieslnn cannibals; that was saloof indecent literature. Tho "censure," as at present ocerclsed, is a mere sham, so whnt sent Dj. Aoeel to preach under tho consuming skies of China; that was what gave far as tho morals of now books aro conOf courage to Pbocus In the Third century. cemed nud tho third republic can boast reWhen thu military olllcers camo to put him having Inaugurated an eru of literary to death for Chi ht'i sake, bo put them to form uidieumnd of under the second empire. bed that thoy might rest whllo ho himself Aa a family medicine we cannot too n garden dug hfi went out, mid I" his grave, mid thou came back and said, "I oia highly rooommond LaxaJor, the fainoub ready;" but they wero shocked at tho Idea of ksusehold remedy It should always bo taking the life ot their host. Ho said, "It Is kpt On. band. tlio will of God that I should die," nnd Lo It regulates the bowelf, cures diamines, stood on tio margin of his own grave and thoy boheaCcd him. "You Bay it is a manla, dysentery and wind co!c; in fact Dr. a foolbardlucsHj n fouiitlpUm. Rather would Bull's Daby Syrup aqts promptly nnd ef I call It a glorlpUs svlf abnegation, tho thrill fectually In all cases. of eternal satlsfucUoii, tho plucking ot Joasli from dentil, and rai.liHC him to coronation. Thero is a prospect for bo mo real winter Tlio third thought I hand to you from my text Is that the church of God U a good weather during the present month. Jeho-dieba ST, LOUIS MS LINE, 11.) ltrutery Rewarded. George Grouchy, ft snlesmnu lu Lawrence, Mass., lias received an unoxpected rowurd for saving ft man's llfo at Nautaskot Beach last summer. Tho rescued mail Un wealthy merchant of Providence, and he showed his gratitude to his preserver by giving him $100 til :usli and n note for f 5,000, duo when tho young man becomes of ago. Grouchy Is more tliau 20 years old, so that within a year ho will iccelvo a snug sum for his bravery, Tho rescuo was accompll'Jicd nt groat pop sonal risk, and ho did not recover for more than a month. Tho rescued man was unconscious when brought to shore, and lost track .of tho young man who had saved him, but by employing detectives ho found him and rewarded him, Boston Letter. (L. E. A ST. L. K. V SHORTEST, QUICKEST -AND BEST LINE TO St, Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS West and BfeJil-MiL- K23E JO'i JJlJL.Msjli.nS"Hl .'sBBBBtmBBEbj Ike-Car- d in Effect Dec, IS, Jaifc tlio Writer. If Jack tho Ripper Is over caught, ho or sho should write a book. Of Its kind, it would bo a uulquo production, detailing tho badling of tho ablest Vldocqs ot tho great city of London and setting forth tha most astouudlngcarcerof murder that ever shock-edho pJpJpJpJpJpXpJpJpJpJvJP99 Lv. toulavllle 8:45 a.m... 9:0 p m...4:10 p.m. .,.7:25 Arr St. Louia 7:15 9:50 p.m. Evansrille 2:25 " For further Information, call on or addreta, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Gen'l Pata. Ag't, Louiarllle, Ky. B. L. BRYANT. Trav. Paaag'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky, v; A SELF-POORIN- G TEA POTS. &T world. The communications purporting to onmnatu from thu red Imuded outlaw reveal a uufllclcucy ot literary ability to Invest a narrative from his pen with such gory Interest as would fur sui puss tho pages of tho most lurid dlmo novel thut aver appeared. Beforo thu gallows has douo Its wot k, Jack tho Ripper should at least havo a chanco to shlno as Jack tho Writer, If for no other purpose than to show tin) police authorities of Ixmdon that they do not "know it all." Pittsburg Bulletin. Saves 25 to 50 cfToa. Thr yii FOR news-pnprr YOU DO NOT LIFT THE POT POURS by lowering lid The part handled It COLD.Jf IV fllU 1890. Cat Lilt, Paine, Dlehl i.Co VhlU, Ta. a" ii rather of the Llfo Suvlug Service. Few of tho thousands who pass him on lower Broadway have nil Idea that thu old gentleman with tho silky white hair, clean shaven face, somow hut stoop shouldered, nud wearing uu old fashioned light lint, whom they meet occasionally, is Joseph Francis, tha father of thu American llfo saving service. He is tho inventor of the metal llfo car, and almost tho entire service Is tho fruit ot his inventive genius. During the past fow years Mr. Frauds has subsisted entirely upoc a diot of milk. Although over SO years of ugo, ho Is as spi ightly and bus as clear an Intellect as most men of half his years. New York y Star. Stay Out of Miicnlotil.i. Tourists who rush to sco tho ruins of tho ancient cities of Macedonia are warned to keep uwuy if they vuluu their lives. Bii gandago has assumed gl eater proportions there than over before known. Within the small space of two mouths no less than 200 travelers havo been murdered aud robbed by outlaws, who make It u rule to kill every ono falling into their hands, without first ascertaining tho amount of plunder to bo derived. Moie than twenty minders, each ono known to havo been committed by two well known brigands, but tho authorities mako lit tlo effort to capture them. Exchange. A riolllnblo Imhmtry. Flies havo been unusually numerous and sticky in somo places this fall; but thero is ono advantage they aio killed easily. A young lady lu Augusta, having made, a contract fiom Fonio fly hater to receive ono cent for overy fifteen killed, went to work. Her season's work amounts to (15. This may bo a now industry in Kcuuobec couuty, but it Is old in some other pal ts of Maine. A Lewiston girl onco earned enough nt this business to purchaso her a doll, a sixty cent tea cot and then walked a mile to buy it. Lewis ton Journal Somo pcoplo agree with The Spx'tt opinions nbcut men and thing, and onio people don't ; but everybody likes to get hold of the which is never dull nnd never afraid to peak 111 mind. Democrats know that for twenty ycara Tux Sun has fought In the front Ilao for Democrat-l- o principles, never wavering or weakonlpg in its loyalty to the true Intcretta of the party It tones with feurleea intelligence and dltintcr-este- d . vigor. At times opinions have differed Dr.BuiraCoughSyrupUl-erscto the beat means of accompllahing tlio comas mon purpoio; it ia not Tint Sun's fault If It bn tccn further fiitu tho millstone. (hOSCOiaCM nneortlit iHiiurlin Eighteen hundred and ninety la tho year MllfS.u-fP- j 11 arawiiltea that will probihly determine tlio result of tho ricliititir the Mrnrltl. Ourlutrod net our Ltlh TiWV unfinlri. ind tu Prelldcntlnl election nf I8'.I2, nnd ruhaps tho tnlrRKK w aprrfvrrWtUtttfftlt iv vm a. rp"n in ncn tocamy, fortunes nf Democracy for tho ns.t of the cenaiabor Ouly IIim who writ totiitf encaria mtkt iur of 1H tury. Victory In 18U2 Is n duty, nnd tho be trtrhnc A)lyoubft7ttodoln t r rtliunlftU tiow ginning of I8'J!) U the beat lime In itnrt out KIK WV tbM wborall our ofrbUor nd thoi arounil you. Th b In compony with Tiir Sui. Uil rnnlr ofuntil enddftimrtt of th lei bowl tb4 Dally, per indith $0 50 ccp. IbefjUowlDf cat flr.1 Ut rpnuc fit rtduetd ta Dsily, per year 0 00 rbfMujijiJi'i Sunday, per year 2 00 rJC"" T! iStiBHBntift&tttwIt Dully nnd Sunday per year. .. 8 110 , .tinfhilft(iifhnrt a bulk It lift rrn!.4HibliIztl! Daily ui'l per month, 0.70 wilUlMiliOwyoabovryou JMirtottrTj" lcoM,UrrtM Weekly Sun, one year, .. . 00 ctn m&ka from Hit to 81 0 day at lit. from lb turf wMu oat tiprlrn?t.lu:ttr writ it once WoMrtlltupttuthirffft AJlrt,iniAU.LTT A CO,, Uei ttO VoMtAJP .lililrcbh Tin: M N, "Sou- 1 mm Hl 1 FREE ttW 111 VT 1 - or. iUt f ono-tcnt- h ono-tcnt- h one-tent- COMPLETE.O.UTFITS FOR LYliTSzA mcmmtrMrmmc kC53?cM rL mJtli' PMMU: &mz tixxgREs 5! V 1 p YVUTFIlRSwiS&raZ! 1 1 L ERRY MANUFACTURIKC NASHVILLE 1890. Th e New York Weekly Herald .A.T- It reputation of Ayer's The worlc-wid- e Dair Vigor, is due to its healthy action ou the hair and scalp. This incomparable preparation restores the orginal color to. gray and faded hair, and imparls the gloss and freshness so much desired by n'l classes of people. Itaugli uu thu 1'oor 1'rlnce. British royalty doesn't amount to much ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. thrco-fourth- in thoso days. It cannot evou command washstnnds for Its personal uso at thu public expense. This is tho substanco of a recent decision by tho British admiralty. Young Princo George, tho second sou of tho Princo of Wales, is In tho navy, quartered on board H. M. S. Excellent. A short timo ngo ho wanted a ninrblo top washstand and dressing tablo for his quarters and made, requisition for them. Tho order was at first given, but, after a howl from Labouchero and a consequent Stirring up ot public discussion, tho admiralty hastened to rescind tho order. Young Princo Georgo, therefore, will havo to go without tho marblo top washstand and tho dressing taolo unless ho provides them at his own expenso or royal papa's. Thus Ls royalty fallen. Ono who stands noar tin throno so near that two deaths would mako him heir apparent Is olllcially oidercd to provldo bis own washstaud or go without! It ls Indeed bitter, Boston Globo. Tho Millerltrs. There Is somothlug comical in tho way outsiders are affected simply by living In an atmosphere surcharged with "Mlllerlsin." Thoy Oral laugh, then orguu, then got a llttlo nervous "It might bo so, y' know." In Indiana In 1813 hundredsot people In tho Infected tow from hearing tho matter constantly discussed and hearing very llttlo else, grew chronically uneasy, though thoy did not tho prophets. This, indeed, U tho philosophy of all populardetuslons. It is needless to glvo tho arguments; thoy all refer to Daniel's 2,000 years, and claim thut tho starting timo can bo located by certain events. In 18S0 there was a strong movement In some parts of tho south, especially ninoug tho negroes, and flnully tho satuo year was settled on by many In different sections and without apparent concert. It is stuted that 40,000 In tho United States 111 inly belie vo that Harrison will lie tho hist president, but they aio uuceituiu about tho day. J. B. Parko. ts Is the Best and Cheapest Family Paper in the United States. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. During the year 1S90 it will even exceed itself in the variety of its contents and its dibits to please its subscribers. New features will be s added to its icgular departments, including first-clas- ILLUSTRATIONS. ITS WELL KNOWN Sl'KCIAI.TIOS AUK ; Practical Farming and Gardening, Progress in Science, Women's Work, Stories by the Best Authors, Literature and Art, Choice Flashes of Wit and Humor. Exclusive News for Veterans, i3sroijVEa?ioiT o:rr Address, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, all subbots. IIi:iC,lI,l. 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The Breckenrmqe News TtAnvLANli (so cents a year) combination rates with MR fouowmg j" FM For baby and mamma In the hurscryt ,&I 0 Ouu Little Men and Women $i a year), For youngest readers, 00 The Pansv (St a year). For Sunday and weekday ra41n& lxQQ all orders to this aHc, whee pcitB4M at tfao magaiitaMW Mf 1 RJ Pirrnu inrn till LLL ItULi ' r i I 1 rri Krnrr tuLi i v . A 1 TnMFvMyiw kiktBtutMuc iwin.1' AWAniunj.iu mw. ra vnL. who take AoTAae'w tm skcwil oFftn. Mfowi .. mimi rt V h 1N0. D. BABBAGE, EriHoJ dtlt'RICrT, PubHfther., wiw ' KV.-- Breckenridge News. K WEDNESDAY. JANUARY JNO.D.BABDAQE. i. rjj'i-rj St, J 10, 181)0. ' " -- "" TUK CONFLICT. 1 is apparent there is n deadly war Inaugurated, which must evidently bo fought to the finish betwem the executive of the Commonwealth and certain elements In Louisville nnd elsewhere. The governor, in execution of his constitutional duty to "from time to time, give the Genernl Assembly information of the state of the Commonwealth, and recommend to their consideration such measures os he may deem expedient,". And that i&M&fcw 3 2& )r , Jk . amacres Early Home; wes , , , S u NPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I OVER A MILLION DISTBIBUTED. ROOM ! ROOM 1. I. & T. Local Tlmo Card. East lYest East 9.59 a.m. 11.23 a.m. 5.31 p.m. 0 50 1 1 Mali nnd Express going m i h " Express it ii ". Mixed His Mother's Death, and a Celestial Dream are Word-Pictur- Our Spring Stock will begin coming in next montli and we must have room, and in consequence of same we are now offering all winter goods at greatly reduced figures. Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated by the Lcghlnturo in 1808, for Educational and Charitable jmrpo.oi and III franchlio was made a part of tbe preicut State Conttltutlon In 187U,br an overwhelming popular vote. ImEWm muhAmmhb.haJ " Est Wet ji.tn. West - .23 n.ra. .59 a.m. " BBv Get the news and get all the news and From Dana's nothing but the newt Celebrated Maxims in Jovrnalhm. ro omt couiumsim dents. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For County Judge, Thos. Adkluon, For County Attorney, Jndgo Milton Hoard. For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. For Sheriff, J, S. DeJernette. For County Sup't of School, Jm, Vt, Miller. For Jailer, John Slaton. For County Asicttor, Len Cashinan. Fir County Surveyor, F. Mt C. Jolly, For Coroner, V. 11. Pendleton. IN A DAD WAY It is etiiil that a houso divided BgaiiiBt Itself cannot stand 1 his seems to be the statu quo of the Republican parly of this csnnty tit present, nml being none of our fight, it may be considered u little Impertinent to chip in here, but we am tumble to keep out as mattera stand Fur the last six months the g. o. p in this neck cf the woods has been on the lookout for leaders men' of courage and of Rood staying qualities, who could take up the doings and tlio misdoings of Iho party and carry it to victory next August. From our own observation wt are of the opinion ihnt this has been no small task. Past events have shown most conclusively that the way of the Republican candidate in this county is not easy, nor his calling and election sure. Hence it has required no little power of persuasion to get men in the field. More than once have the wise heads counseled together both in private and in public, apparently without accomplishing anything as to the great end in view. Within the last week or so, however, there seems to have been somewhat of o calm thrown upon the troubled waters. The political mill ground slowly but surely, and out came n full fledged candidate for County Court Clerk in the person of Kobt. M. Jolly, of Irvingtou. Robert is not exactly a chip off tb" old block, but he is closely allied both by blood and lainilv ties to the old "war boss" that Democrats have stood in dread of, lo these many years And a capital good fellow is Robert taking him up one side and down the other, and the strange part of it is that his Republican bretheren proceed to demolish him by anonymous communications in their own organ before he is fairly in the fight This is in fact precisely whut they undertake to do. Id a communication to the Republican, tho organ of the party in this county, Mr. Jolly is charged with crookedness of some sort in tailroad matters. Whether be tore up the track and walked off with the locomotive the writer doesn't say, but he throws out the impression that Robert has not toted fair with all members of the Republican household in this business Bomehow. Therefore Robert Is called to give an account ol his deeds in railroading instanler. He must cither do this or his fnrty will proceed to "call in another bona" at once. Such is the situation, and as for our friend Robert, we can Bay that he doesn't seem to be much grieved over the matter any way in particular. We will wager a new hat that he can live without the office of County Clerk now and for many years to come. As to bis meunderings with the railroad it is a very late thing, and more than likely strictly a private deal with which the public may have nothing to do, The Republican party might go farther nnd fare worse in choosing a candidate to run for County Court Clerk other than Mr Jolly. That he is a man of acute business foresight and sees nothing especially enticing in such honors is apparent, or we mistake our estimate of him. Having never been mixed up in politics and being unaccustomed to the arts and schemes of the modern politicians, we believe this premature attack will have a tendency to silence his aspirations somewhat. It will be either this or nn explunation( which we don't think Mr. Jolly will take tho time or the trouble to mako. Rut this'he must do or step down and out, and'be will likely pursue the latter course. This will leave tho Republicans still at sea, aud with some important work to do over ogaiu. But, as we said in the beginning, it is not our fight. Wo merely refer to this matter to show the slrait that parly is in. When they bush whack all winter and finally get n man in then it is amusing to "see 'some wayward Let the disciple proceed to war go on, however, and while it is at its zenith tho Democrats can stand and look. on and complacently enjoy the fun. And, speaking of Democrats, they never appeared to be ijypbetter trim. They are sailing on smoQtSjwater from Rough creek to Green river, and their rigging all secure. Every man ie at his post and will, be found thcie until the first Monday in AugitBt, the day appointed lo lick some half doen or more Republicans, scare them up where you may. rg other constitutional injunction that "ho shall take care that the laws be faith'ully executed," has dared to call the attention of the Legislature to certain supposed practices in the court nnd elsewhere which re not according lo law, nnd indicating that tbo ''laws are not faithfully executed ' For this crime, he has evoked the wrath of the resumed delinquents, who are rushing to the Legislatureand through the sanction of that body, nre publishing to the world violent and in our judgment revolutionary documents, in which ho is denounced as nn usurper of powes be does not 'posses, a political demagogue of the moit dangerous character, impertinent, arrogant, vain ; aud impu'lng to him tbo 1 be catalogue of char vilest of motives, ges Baiust the executive in these docu ments nnd in the pres who are in sympathy with them, cannot well be set forth in one or ninny newspaper articles. Mem-ber- g of the Senate end House have not fallen behind in vituperation and abuse of the Chief Magistrate of the Commonwealth. What manner of times is this upon which wo huve fallen ? Is it not time for us to of striking beauty the famous Preacher as drawn by in his new department "Under My Study Lamp" Juno hhiI GIIANU . 2 3 In the JANUARY Think of it : Blankets 79 c. per pair. Comforts 79 c. each. ITS JHAmmOTII - UllAWINflS i'Mll tlaco tRko Allium!!)', Ilccomlior. unit Im MNCI.i: MUMIICIE luUo plucc on eacli or tlio other ten iiioiiiUn Iu llic year, tiii.l arc all uruwn in imiiiiic. ai thv Acailcinv of Finnic, IVuw OrlcaiiN. I. a. JJUAW-IINT.N .1 41-12j : TADIES'HonE FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS Extra Heavy $1.37. For Integrity of Its Drawings, and Prompt payment of its prizes, i Breakfast and Dinner Parties, fe 1 T u MTeas. Suppers, Luncneons ana cctjuuna, -cw iuwuo j to cnterratn wen; rnhli arliuncts and decorations; Dainties and Dcs- QPrf. nr nil orirrinal in the Journal. Cooking' aaVTiB? recipes are practical, and are furnished by the best society women and housekeepers in the country. 1 .4-?M.a JOURNAL "'bi " Extra Heavy $1.37. MEN'S & BOYSJ CAPS, 15, 19, 24, 25, 27, 30, 34, 35, 37 and 50 cts. Instruction in morals and manners; How to improve mar, and how to talk and appear well in society; Wholesome by pure advice for growing daughters, given sugar-coatefiction and confidential talks. d Side Talks with Girls. I All Caps at less than cost. the arrangements for all the Momlhly and Qaaytcrly Draxcings of The Louisiana Statjsitjioltery Company, and in person manage.and control the Draxcings themselves, and thai the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and wo authorize the Company lo use this certjicate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." Attested os follows t " We do hereby cerltfy that ice supervise 4 n IN" BOOTS & SHOES &tm$m3 gram- We can surprise you in prices. JfU4 We the undersigned call Tun president oi the Kentucky Press Association has appointed W, T. Havens, of (lie Mt. Sterling Sentinel-DemocraGreen R Keller, of the Carliilo Mercury ; W. 1'. Walton, of the SCunford Interior Journal ; John A. Lyne, of the Henderson Journal; John B. Gaines,' of the Howling Green Titnqi.'and 8. 0. Roberts, of t(ie Islington Leader, a committee to took after the Interests of a general udvertisiog, t; law, This is eminently proper and that body. should give the question their prayerful attention. Hok, W, D, Kelly the great Peusylvanla Protectionist died in Washington City last week. J i Mn. J, 1). Brash car has been chosen secretary pf the Dwe&trbjro Board of -- Tr4e. halt and reflect? department of the government , namely the Legislature of Kentucky, sits complacently and apparently with approval, and hears the most violent assaults made upon another of the goerument, namely tho ol Kenexecutive of the Commonwealth It places itself in position to be tucky. the vehiclo through wliijb tlieBO assaults are made. Wbat is tho cause of all this? The governor, informed bv the reports of an officer of the State charged by law with the duty of investigating aud reporting to him any abuses existing iu the conduct of any officer of this Commonwealth, who is authorized to receive or collect any money going to or due tho State, or who has the management or control of any property of the State, "touching his official conduct thereupon." that there are abuses in some quarters, and otherwise lawfully informed of nbuses affecting the welfare and ''stMo of the Commonwenlih" in other quarters, dares to report tbo information received, to the Legislature, as the constitution commands him to do, and to ''recommend to the Legislature such measures as he deems expedient." So soon ns this is done, and constitutionally and in pursuance of the requirements of his oath of office, those to whose alleged unlawful practices, tho attention of the Legislature is called, are thrown into tho most violent ferment, aud burl thoir infuriated invictives against the executive into the bosom of the Legislature, and we find them received by that bdy with most dangerous sympathy. We will suppose that tho Governor shall send to the Seunte and House a message, assaulting the Legislature for any supposed cause, and couching it in language similar to that used in some of the communications sent to that body and received by It What would be thought of it ? Yet would this really be nny worse than what we see today in the treatment the governor is this moment receiving at the hands of the Legislature ! ' The situation nt Frankfort argues that thero Is a deepseated and fearful disregard and want of respect for law nnd governmental authority abroad in the land. If a high official of the government in obedience to a duty imposed upon him by law, when he has discovered what he believes to be official misconduct or practices subversion of the welfare of the State, dares to officially recognizo them and seek to correct them, it is the signal for his destruction. All the interests combine to destroy him. Every legislator who has a fancied grievance, joins in tbo hue and cry, and the welfare of tho State and its people Is sacrificednot at all to bo considered iu the confusion and clamor of the occasion. Some chari e that the governor is making a detective of himself, some that he is ''noting" into things some one thing aud some another. A detective is usually on the trail of some law breaker, and it often occurs that "nosing" is sometimes deferred too long, as in tho Tate matter. Some may not admiro the exact methods of th"$ governor. Some may criticize the vigorous language he employs, but the fact remains that ho hat only done his duty, ami bis methods and language arujntoud-Bto correct evils and bring to tho discharge of official duty, the highest efficiency everywhere The peoplo do not propose that a faithful public servant shall be destroyed for A faithless legislature doing his duty. may yield to the fell spirit that 'Beeks to .bound b!m. Iu due lime, the people will bo beard in behalf of right, npd will uphold tho constitutional rights of the executive department of the government. If alter hooest investigation, the Governor's charges are not well lounuYd "anywhere, tho people will do justlco to'Tboso wrongfully accused. But while they will do this fully and freely and gladly, they will noj tolerate an unholy crusade against the Governor, who has honestly endeavored to take care that tho laws are faithfully exoenfd They will not be confused by false Issues raised for unholy ends, but will lee clearly Bobn'erorlaferTnto the whole matter. They will farther see and apprehend that the permission of the Legislature (or these attacks to be read before the body, Is lay- in llieiaxe at (no very root ana lounaauoti It is a blow at of our civil Institutions. the very vitals of liberty regulated by law. It would bo comparatively innocuous if aimed only at the person cf the executive, but it is'tlriking at the invaluable function ofrffne ofbe departments of government, lis evil cannot, be disguised under tht ji!a of criticising the official acts of It is more than all the chief rriafiUlrate a A U i sfc To introduce the Ladies Home Journal into your home your address the double Holiday Numbers FREE of charge, if you will send us Subscription, beginning 25 cents for a Three Months' Trial January 1st, 1890. This makes W 1 FIVE MONTHS for only 25 Cents.-with the new year, we offer to mail to A Special Offer for January. National Hank. A Heavy Merino shirt and drawers 30 cts. each. Red Flannel shirts Ali:iRE JjANAVX, Pros. State Nn. 3f) cts. each. Canton Flannel drawers, a good one 22 cits, the tlounl Hank. A. KAI.DWIN, I'rcK, New Orleans best you have ever seen 38 cts. National Hank. KOIIN l'rca. Union National Hank. GR'AND MONTHLY 39c. worth 50. 50c. worth 75. 75c worth $1.00. 91c. worth 1.25. In ers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana Stale Lotteries which vtay be presented at our counters. K. HI. WALMsrjEY, lrea. LoulalRlin ComiulsBioiiora. Banks and flank- DRAWING SY the Academy of Muslo, NewOrlcans Tuesday, February II, 1800. HHF On the News Stands. 10 Cents a copy. fe OVERCOATS, We prefer the cxcliunce "; '100,000 Capital Prize, $300,000. mcketa at Twenty Dollar each. Havel 10: tluurtcrv til; 92; TtveHiictliK VI. Xentltw this. It is sapping tho foundations of one brnnches of the governol the ment, and this nwful precedent "rushias into the State," will bear futuro fruit that ig evil and only evil continually. It is idle to offer as excuse that the accused shall he beard in bis defence. Certainly he shall be heard and fully heard-Thamplest scope is furnished by the methods always heretofore used and which must be used in these cases, provided by law and sanct fied by all past experience. This contumely thrown upou tho ex ecutive department of the govMrncent by the legislative department should be at It should not be left to once corrected fester in the body politic another day. The knife of excision should be at once applied, and the body freed fro:n tho blood poisionin sure to follow. iriiiriiiijiiiiii Db, G. CURTIS PUBLISHING CO., Philadelphia, Pa. J. Walton, of f Louis- of our winter stock of Overcoats at a small loss rather than salt them away. Overcoats for 3.50 worth G.00, 4.00 worth 6.50, 4.50 worth 7.00, .0.50 worth "900, 8.00 worth 12.00. list or rnirsa. CAPITAL PKIZE OP 300,000.300,000 1 QRAKD PKIZB OF 100,000.. 100,000 1 ORAND PRIZE 01' 60,000.. 50,000 1 LAItOE PHIZES OP 25,000.. 24,000 10,000.. 20,000 2 LAKQK PRIZES OP 5 PRIZES OP 25,000 6.O01 O- been appointed Pension Agent, at ville, to succeed Gen. Buell. Anil all other "Winter goods at equal reductions. make exact change. We advertise wltat we will do. Then "We are net spot cash men. So do just what we advertise. will Tin: Shelby News Mr. John P. Cozlne's we paper was partially burned out during the hring the cash. Hart county, has 35 100 200 " 1,000- BVe (00 1C0 fAPPROXIMATION Prltes of - 25,000 500.. 50,000 300.. 0,000 200 100,000 $50,000 $30,000 20.000 39.600 99.600 $1,054,800 rBUES. '. $500 nre.. 100 1'rlzej of $300 aro. 100 Prltei of'$200aro; 099 Prlzos or 100 are,.., 999 l'rltes of 100 are .,... holidays. Gkn. Sum E. Hill has announced himself ns a candidate for Congress in this Turkish. Psizes: WM. VEST & SONS, Cloverport, Ella Smith entertained a number of her friends on last Wednesday evening, it being her birthday anniversary. Thero will be an election held next Saturday to elect a town marshal. Mr. J, B Cox and Ed Thompson nre candidates. Now is the time for bargiins at Beard Si Beelcr's in boots, shoes and clothing for cash or in exchange for country produce In the condemnation suits against tbe railroad, James Adams recovered $418, and Elias Rhodes' heirs $750. The other cases will be tried this week. There was a citizens meeting at the court bouso Monday night for tho purpose of having some changes made in the town charter. A committee was appointed to draft a new charter to bo submitted at a future meeting. There has been b great deal of complaint mado about the railroad not coming nearer to town. People who have lived in places where tbe depots were put In the business part of town, say they are very objectionable. At Leitcbfield (he depot is over half a mile from tbe town, nnd it is said those people would not have It any closer, When the depot is built outside of towri it Is much better for both the railroad company and the people. Tho Mechanics Band met with such flattering success in their entertainments given during the holidays, that they have concluded to repeat them during Circuit Court in April. In the meantime, however, they will orect a public hall, supply their own scenery for the stage, nnd do nil things needlul to make their exhibition appear to a much better advantage. This make is very proper Indeed, gentlemen; Miss 3,131 Prizes, amounting to district. Oven two hundred and fifty people have died in New York from la Grippe. Kentucky. Tlio JTIoiilltl' Itcconl. Tickets drawing Capital Prizes nro not entitled to terminal Prizes. AGENTS WANTED. Note y Statu of Ohio, City of Toledo, Frank J. 1 StSATOii Voorhees, of f ndlana, in a speech before the United States Sentae a few days ago, stirred up tbe Republican party, and President Han Harrison in particular, by callinc for a public investigation into Dudley's "block of five" scandal, that took place in that State during the late presidential election. No ereater D. "8G. A. W. GLEASO-N- , out rune v,ua ever perpetrated in an elecj SEAL ! Notaiy Public. tion than that concocted by W. V. Dudwhere the people were ley in Indiana, Hall's Catarrh Cum Is taken internally openly bribed for their votes, in order to and acts directly upon the blood and mucarry the Stale for tho Republicans. cus surfaces of tho system. Send for President Harrison is charged as being frcp, directly implicated in the scheme, and F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. now to shield Dudley Irom the just penalBSVSold by Druggists, 75 cen(s ties of tho law, ho and others high in authority in tho government, interfere to HARDINSBURG DEPARTMENT. prevent a public investigation. Lucas CoosTr, S. S. Ciiknky makes or'li that he is the senior partner of tho firm of P. J. Ciiekkv & Co., doing business in tho City of Toledo. County nnd Stato aforesaid, nnd that suid firm will pay tbe sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of IIai.i.'s Catarrh CuitK. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this G h day of December, A. Tug poor negro still finds it nn uphill v. (i.iiAiiiiAsn Editor business to net recognition from his white County Court next Monday, Republican bretheren except in election times. Having been absolutely cut off in Most everybody goes by rail the distribution of pie by tbe present adTbe dally papers reach us at " p. in. ministration, he steps around to the O Major Scott went to Louisville Monday. A. R. and asks to bo admitted their, but Go to Witt's and buy your overcoats at tbe President, of t at organization, gives cost. it out that rather than admit the negroes Smith k Iiuzby run n hck to the train into that body he will resign and brake up daily. tbe concern The Louisville road is iu a bad conOi.n Hickory or Andrew Jackson's day dition, , was appropriately celebrated in many cities Overcoats at less than cost at Ilenrd & of the Union last Thursday. The event r.n it hum. important fact Betler's, continues to illustrate Mr Everett Jolly, Irvington, was In which ts, that we are still one people, hav town Sunday. ing a common destiny and a purpose to Mr, Wollace Foote, Hewlevville, was in the tho constitution and the law as handed down to us from away back, town Sunday, Ladies' and gents' underwear going at Tiik discussion over the most suitable first coat at Witt's. point for holding the world's fair in 1892 The railroad is bringing a good mtitiy is now going on before a committee of the to the city. United States Senate appointed to hear visitors B. F. Beard & Co. say they will not buy the arguments. New York Washington, Chicago and St Louis are contending for any tobacco this year, Mrs. Charley Stith, ol Nehraskn. is here tbe prize. visiting Mrs. T. A. McGill. s, The News is indebted to Mr. A A Now is your chance; Witt is cutting of Pueblo, Col., (or a very hnndsomo prices on all winter goods. New Yenr's edition of tho PuebloChieftan. A handsome set of china to bo given From it wo gtubor that Pueblo Is n very away nt Beard Si Beelcr's. live city and the Chioftau a very enterWell, tbe brass baud has not been out to prising newspaper. the ruitroud for several days. Beard & Beoler want 500 fat shoots The News has in'oromtion from nearly every dhtrlct iu the county, to tbe tffect weighing from 80 lo 125 pounds, that Judgo Murray Is the man to repreHon. Tice Jolly came down on the train sent this county in the Constitutional Con Saturday and returned toFrankfort Monvention. day. Crlt Uambleton closed out bis barber The Hopkinsvillo Kentuckian nnd the shpp last week and says he will go to Covington Commonwealth, two of our most valurd exchanges, started in with the New Beard A. Beeler want all the chickens, Year with handsome new dresses. ,eggs and butter in exchango for goods et who shot and cost prices. Mils. Hannah Mr. Wiii. Uonsley has accepted a posi- -' filled Mr. 'PatluV on the streets of New York a few months ago, died In her cell at tion with C, A. Bridges V Co. In the tothe jtl) in New York Monday. bacco business, Mr. Robort Board, who has been visiting The citizens, of Shelby City. Kv , are hero for several weeks, left for hie home very much Incensed at the appointment fu Texas yesterday. 'of an to bo the postmaster of Mies Annie Fountaine, Mis Llllie their town. and Mr. Clint Adkiwo'ti, WebMs.-Wtilkiru has been appointed ster, were visiting Judge Thos. Adkisnon's C family last Wednesday, postmaster at Qwensboro. ol-srWat-kin- llucklcii't Arnica Sulvo the world for cuts The best salve bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever soroj, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positiveIt is ly cures Piles, or no pay required. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Price 25 cents per box, money refunded. For sale br G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A.Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky, In Ticket No. 98.4GG drow the First Capital Prize of $(500,000 in the 235th Grand Monthly Drawing of December Nth, in Tl o Louisiana Stato Lottery, It was sold IMPORTANT. i IM. A.lAUriIIN, in fractional parts of fortieths nt $1 00 each Now Orleans, I.uM sent to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La. or AI. A. JD AVPIIIN, One to Agency Bank of British North IVukltlngloii, p. C. By ordinary letter, con tajntng Money Order America, 52 Wall ,St , New York City ; one to Z A. Hakes, Cairo, 71!; one to itiued by all Express Companies, New York Exchange. Droit or Postal Note. Wk pav Arthur Harrison, New York, N. Y ; one ok CQB&ENor sent us by Express of $5 or over. to Chas, E Woodson, Memphis. Tenn; ono to John B. Young, Hamilton .Ontario; Address Registered Letters to one to Merchants Bank of Penuacola, Fla; TiVW Oil I, CANS IVATIOJfAli ItANK. New Orlciinx, I.ii. ono to 1'irst National Bank, Co'rsicana, REMEMBER that the payment of all prizes Tex ; one to E T. Bellis, 2228 Walnut is GUARANTEED llV POUR NATIONAL St., St. Louis, Mo,; one to Jas. Bessette, BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are Worcester, Moss. ; one to Arthur Bittinor, signed by the Prctidont of an Institution, whoto chartered rights are recognized in the 12 West 23d St., New York City ; one to highest Courts; therefore, beware of any imitaBank of Wyanet, Wyanet, III.; one to tions or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest Niblock AXayn, Philadelphia, Pa. ; ope fraction BY to tbe Texas National Bank, San Antonio, part or Drawing. of a Ticket ISSUED name USOfIn any Anvthlne in our Tex ; F. W. Hansom & W. G. Miles, Tered for less thac a Dollar is a swindle? " ' at Moreland, Cook Co., III. ; etc, otc Ticket No. 10,91,1 drew tho Second Capital Prize of $200 000 and was sold in fractionY, P, S. C. E. al eights at $5 00 each. One to a dopns-ijTraders Bauk, New Orleans, La. ; two Notice of Intercut to all Olirlntlnii t Entlcuvorerat. to Ol Harfman, through Irwlns Bank, Bov. F. E Clark, founder of the Young Columbus, Ind, J one to a depoiitor New Orleans National Bank, New Orleans, La; People's Society of .Christian Endeavor etc. Ticket No. 35 9G1 drew the Thiid movement, will be In Louisville Feb. 7, 8 Capital Prize of $100,000. It was sold in and 3, to asslBt in organizing a State fractional quarters at $10 each. One to Union. The programme for this meeting is no v Byron D. Honghton, Oswego, N. Y , etc. Ticket No. 7,988 drew the Fourth Capital being arranged and will be issuedlsoon. Prize of $50,000. It was sold in fractional We want delegates from overy Society in fortieths at $1 each: one to Briton & tho State, as well as others whp nre in this work. Up to this.time jt Kooniz, Natchez, Miss. ; one to Christian Kehler, Natchez, Mias , ono to I. Lleb-man- n has not boen possible to s ecure a complete for Louis L. Levin, 108 Canal St , list of Socities in Kentucky. All Societies New York, N, Y. ; one to Thos. Boland, In this county will please report their Boston, Mass ; vone tc S, Friedman, 2G name and address to Hal, T, Jefferson, 101 Elm St , Now York Ciiy; one to L. C. West Main Htreot, Loufoville. This is I For tbe j;ood of the cause let Jundorf, 31 Maiden Lane, New York City;' one to John McCarvill, 14 Clarkson St , every one be prompt, We solicit correspondence with any one New York City. The 237 Grand Monthly Drawing will take place on Tuesday, Feb- interested in Christian Endeavor work, ruary 21, of which all information will be Hal T. Jeffersos, Secretary of Committee. furnished on application to M. A. Dauphin New Orleans, La. 3J?ot Club ratei, or any further information desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your reifdence, with Stato, County, Streot and Number. Morernjiid return mail delivery will be assured by your enclosing ab Envelope bearing your fall address, ,,, A- - or inter-tereste- d 'T- 4,i-- i Down at West Point is a well bored for rtnrrAntftrt tvAnlrlv ltw T?,1nrn.lA Barnard it The evidence against Samuel Steel was gas, which failed to materialize, but in- Co., proprietors of Central Tobacco Ware deemed tnstitiicient to bold htm over for stead a mineral water, which, It Is claimhouse, Louisville, Ky, further trial and he was promptly dis- ed, makes every married woman who QUOTATIONS, '' charged by Mayor Uambleton, sitting as tastes It has triplets Three families bavt, DIRE TOBACCO. i f!?s. " an examining court lust Saturday. 9 already received additions in blocks of Common Lugs l1 25 " il$,76. We mentioned this affair last week and tbreeand tbe women have " Medium hhi&. 75 resolvd to boyGood Rioh Lug shall not farther allude to the facts of tbo cott the pump, fuperstltiously believing 2 2S " 1,3100. Common Leaf, 3 00"'"4U)0, caso. that 'it's all In the water." Stunford ,., " Medium 4 00 " ?5W. But we sound this note of warning to Journal. ' JO, Oood Rich Leaf 6 00 Rodrled Fillers, 0 40 " 9 (IU. the lawless clement ot Pincheco. Iheir ' , Wrappers None lawless conduct will bo suppressed, and Tlio Very A o Sumiiel Mcel DUclmrKed. It All In the Wafer. liOtiUvilloTotiucco Jllurltol. , 1".' r ' ff . ' J ' , f , Tbe sur(bat effectually and speedily. rounding law abiding communities have become tired of the lawlessness of Pincheco and intend to tolerate it no longer. There Is a low in Ibis and Hancock counties, and these fellows can no longer evade responsibility tj It. The good people ol the two counties of Hancock and Breckenridge propose to have no moro foolishness out thero. They will not be allowed at their pleasure to got drunk and "take Jails, penitentiaries and the country." ropes are yawning for them, nnd if tbeso outbreaks continue, short shift will b$ Made in ridding the country of those in that neighborhood, who recognize no law or society but their own evil minds. bo .Undo. Wo see our old friend John Allen Murray, of Cloverport, is called upon to make the race for tbe Constillonal Convention which we think is one of tbe very best selections that could possibly be made. With Murray of Breckenridge, Qough of Meade, and Helm of Hardin, the tbrie counties will bo well, If nqt better represented than any other three adjoining counties in the State, That is the kind of men we want, Mem of sense, experience, honor and ability. Men who understand the wants of the people No others need apply J W. H. In ews. Ilont Thut Could '." , , XKW BUBUtr TOBACCO. "l "' Dnrk Trash ...,$ 2 00 to $ 300, 4 , Bright and Golory Traih... 5 00 " ,7i00, 'f '" A Common Dark Lues 3.00 " 'IfiTfiO. '" Brieht and Oolnrv ,- r.iiM..... A nn ' ;TonnY.' - , v "AW u uu " '1USUU uuuiinoD ivou ueai Medium Read Leaf.;.,,...... 8 00 " ?12JOO Oood to Fine Leaf 12 00 " liMM Fine Bright Leaf...,.,,i,... 15 00 " 20 00. Wrappers Nominal. ' -"- ,.,.. Ew jHpIm 1 Hl'lfl pMpMr"! KAtxFREEJfc MOMttlMI la HeatxHli KttffjXwh milth In tto FMbi l-- $ tfamfcfr Wnt4d0jr, nlHMilkM. WMltL ADHINISTRATaR'S"lMOTICE. persoM M lltr, deMd, tatnitjeibhavluc !' af lnt AM AU has iredo-mar- Ue HrowH'n lrti Hitter. PhysktM reeowmefld It aetata kep It f 1.80 per botl. Genuine on k VOU. UYHVKVH1A hi i IMtiliM' (P on cW," will and craned red linen wrapper. ii tbe hereby I jtropvrly proven to me ; 1st day of February, 180, or jForew barred, ) rHDSfflpK MiuulixxM lu?HkBMl'fr' IM. am . AtkkkkHXMsfckFf Wolla IiiMm ruulnlH. On wfe bMlkjr rumlo tn hw ft Ara H TMM HUIw,M AH IM MA MU .Mh.n thn M4 JAS. K.OIIAPINjAdm'r ft4 urcMi.M &U IhuM ubout yum W mvmjn MNUttt . ASH w m nptu. W mf ll ipm, rrkrt, yo w wrk nt M, jtma ta lk 74tt tiaew U, f I )rou k wl untMAv AJA.,.,, la SM) on taa HilutuH A l'a,,HaSII, I'ttrlfMHd, Maine. rail Mmm iU ft r - rr Aa.l tOC At. UltliVlTIUS. .iwn.1 P3S ssssssimsssssssm BRANDENBURG. J. night. Dolph Jones, of B'g Spring, wns in town K. Ditto went to the city Sunday , I. ;' ' 7 I " &; Both tlio method and results when Syrup of Figs ia taken; it U pleasant and refreshing to tlio taste, and acta gently yet promptly on tlio Kidnoys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fovers and cures hahitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho tasto and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and ngreeaolo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for Balo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliable druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try Do not accept 011$ ENJOYS lluilJ sown houses. KifRB Are plentiful nt 10 cvntfl pir dozen. ,, See Win. Vrst & Sons advertisement, in this Issu'o. fk 'For sale one cood work horso 0 years old. J. J. Friel. Victoria.' For Sule A good cow and calf. Apply to J. II. Rowland. A full lino of furniture and collins at reduced prices at L D. Addison's, Addison. You can cava 25 per cent, on the dollar by buying furniture nt Addison's. The cheapest mun on the Ohio river. Tbe regular inoetlt g of the Breukenridnc Lodub K. ol P has been changed 'from Wednesday to Monday night In each week. Maj. Fowler thinks he has struck it rich in a counting machine Ho has already got it to a point where it will add four rows of figures at one time. Tho roaring gas wells nro a wonder, but none tho more than the licet of Gamer's magic chicken cholera cure. Sold and warranted oy O. W. Short. Win, Vest & Sons speak in very plain terms to bargain hunters through their conspicuous advertisement in this issue. Prices tell the story nnd the News spreads last Friday Kddie Butler, of Uodgenville, is here visiting friends. If you want to marry, edit tho Meade News, Suro shot. Mr. David Herndon is in from Dakota tn spend Ihe winter. Miss Bettio Ditto was very ill last week from a bilious attack, W. F. Caspcrke, of Louisville, is at home on a vacation. Miss Anna B Saunders relumed to Louisville last Thursdny. Mr Tom Curtly went to the city with soino nice horses last week. 'Too Big Our inventory of stock, just compdeted, shows too mtiny goods on hand, even though the winter weather has scarcely set in. The warm spell has caused many persons to hold back, and put ofF buying "Winter Clothing, thus keeping our counters well piled up. Wc anticipate a lively business this cold month and next, as we are bound to have a spell before the "roses bloom in the spring." Nevertheless, wc are going to rush oil' our stock as quickly ns possible, regardless sale before und during tho holidays, of profit. ' Our "cut-rate- " which brought us such a deluge of trade, will bu "outdone" in the new cut which wo now inaugurate. "We ask the attention of persons Avho have their winter outfit yet to buy to It is genuine, and no "chestnut." "Wc mean business in every line. Our immense stock of Gent's Furnishings is included in this new tariff. long-contintilong-continuthis-notic- Mi l?4 iTNX ' jT3 top ThatThief jur it. Mr, David StnnclifT, accompanied by bis wife and son, left last Saturday for Lexington, where he goes to attend the Christian College of tho Bible, preparatory to per- any substitute CALIFORNIA it FIB SYRUP CO. rt.r. 8AN ntANOISC), OAU LOUISVILLE, KT. hew roRK, FOR CLEBK COURT OF APPEALS. :? We are authorised to announce as a Candldato for Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to the action of Democratic State Convention. : GRORGEH. MADDEN, FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. Wo nro aulhoiltoJ to announce of the City of Louisville, at a candidate for Judge of the Court of .Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party of the Third Appellate District. We are authorlted to announce JOHN ROBERTS, manently entering tbe ministry. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. John Yeager, died last Thursday and was buried Friday, jtbe services being conducted by Elder David Stancliff of the Christian church. Sulzer !i Bro., have put on tbelr second boarding car on the L. U. li W. in charge of J. H. Moorman of this city. This makes three in all. J. M. Bell and David Culley being in charge ol tho other two on the L , St. L & T. Mr. W. M. Monroe, adjuster for the N. Y. Underwriters Agency, was in the city Thursday arranging matters with Mr. Mr. Satterfield gets $1150 and the remains of the old house as it' stands Sat-terfie- The hard rain and wkd Sunday night settled the roads very much. Mr C Y. Moremen, our Clever wharf master went to Cairo last week. Miss Georgia Moremen is visiting her Bister, Mrs. Drury, at Uewleyvillo. Tho river is on a rampant. The back water came nearly up to the salt well. Misses AdJIe G. and Julia E. Ditto nro visiting Mrs. J. D, Babbage, Cloverport. Ditto Bros, shipped a lot of corn to H. W. Herndon & Co., Louisville, Saturday. Miss Annie Richardton, of Garrett, was tbe guest of the Misses Woolfolk last week. Mr. J. S, Moremen is in Louisville managing the Malleable Iron and Steel works. Elvis Wimp and Albert Richardson went down to Irvlngton "n n hunting expedition last Friday. Mr. J. W. Lewis and Chapeze Wathen were at home Saturday and Sunday from e. From robbing you of the chance that is open to make and save money. Buy a bargain and begin the year right, if you want luck with you. , 1 Proeia$tlnatlon Is the thief we refer to. He robs you of time, and every minute you lose is losing you some chance for bargain in our notable new year's sale. Come quick to f:o:J f:o:j JULIUS WINTER LOUISVILLE, KY. REAL ESTATE AT "Old Keliable" Clotliiei'S S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS McDANIELS. VALUABLE k'?3 Miss Irene Newsom entertained a fowyonng people Monday evening. Thofo present wero Misses Annie Hamblcton, Alliene Murray, Pearl Miller, and Messrs. James Dean, Lon Moremen, Jesse 11. Miller, W. R. Moromeo, Walter Smart. Tbo officers of Cloverport Lodge No. i:t:i, F. & A. M. will be Installed .at the Baptist church this city tonight, Wednes- JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, to tho office of as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the Democratic party. T- John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Win. K. Barnes, Hardinsburg. &. J$ . . .,' r m. .:' - $ K S iTiS "?', , o oj i V Mr, Sam Corrigan and daughter, Miss Eva, Guston, leavo this week for Sou'h Carolina, Mr. Corrigan expects to make his homo there in tho future. Mr. T. E. Ditto and wife (nee Miss Maggie Cox) arrived heie Friday night from Cumberland Gap to visit their pnrents. Mr. Ditto has just gotten up from an attack of yellow jiundere. County clerk, county judge, county attorney, jailer and assessor have to be elected at tbo August election. About five candidates to an office. What time, will there be for a man to attend to hit business when these fellows all turn loose on tbe people. Mr, Winchester, Cloverport, brought up a lot of nitro glycerine aat week by Innd, in a wagon, and shot the Sbacklett well, belonging to the Rock Gas Co., with forty quarts, which gavo good results. The people stood shy of Mr. Winchester's wagon In passing through town. Richardson-Wilso- n. Last Thursday evening Mr. J, D. Richardson, tho proprietor of tbe Meade News, and Mrs. AmanThe Iuvulld'N Mope. Many seemingly Incurablo cases of blood da Wilson were united in holy bonds of scrofula and rheumatism bave matrimony at the bride's residence. There poison, catarrh, I). D. I), (Uotanlc Dlood Balm), Uen aured by were no attendants. They have tbe best made by the Dlood Halm Co., Atlanta, Oa. 'b'er daughter, Mrs. Smith Waggoner, last UrtlON STA'R. wishes o( 'your correspondent for a long Write to them for book filled with convincing week. ; r proof. rCoI. "Dock" Withers, of Muldraugb, was, and happy life. Mrr. Rickets is on the Blck list. Q. W, B. Raider, living soveu miles from D, Babbage (tho "guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. sixty cents to go Athons, (la writes; "For several years Isnl-fere- d It costs one dollar and Dr, Milner has been on the sick list. with running ulcers, which doctors treatFriday. Louisville by rail now and one dollar Miss Beck Ricketts is visiting relatives to ed and pronounced Incurable. A tingle bot 'ilr.a8cott Morrison, of Hawesvllle, attorney by boat, including meals tie of li. U. B. did mo more good than all tbe and twenty-fiv- e In Cloverport, n the SteeLNowton trial, was here several, and lodging, if you happen to hit them. doctors. I kept on using It and all tho ulcers 'dayYtbls week. ,J Jimmie Brodlo, ol Cedar Qrove, was The excessive hack biro has caused tho healed." D, 0. Ktnard ic Son, Towallga, Oa writes : difference which had to beadded on account Clark, of visiting friends here last week. . Mlsses Llda Sballcross and B. for of bad roada to the station. We need a tiVo lnilncn,! a nelirhbor to try B. B. It had Ca'nnilton, are the guests of Mr.' and Mrs. Ed. Miss Minnie Hoyle bas returned after a pike to the railroad. If the MoCrackens r catarrh, which be thought Incurable, as u mm, Clark this week. will furnish, the rqck from their immense reiuieu an uvaiinuDi. ll umjui sourid aud brief but pleasant visit to Cloverport. continuing Us use he was cured Mrs. R. E. Latimer, a recently which is already broken and1 well." "Mr. and La Grippe seems to have taken a' pretty etubankmeotthe'purpose, the road will bo suitable for IparSed'young couple, or Canuelton, are It. M. Dawson, East 1'otnt, Oa., writes t stout grip on quite a number of our citi- built "My wife had scrbfufa 15 years, tlhe kept at Mr. Ed Clark's. zens. growing worse. She tost her hair and her Mr. Alex Bullitt, or Louisville, who has See Wm. Vest & Sons 'adrertucment in skin broke out fearfully. "Debility, emaolatlon A good many people in Ibis vininity this Issue, been lth hi brother at Font Hill several and no appetite followed. Aftor physicians have lost their meat on account of the days, returned Thursday. and numerous advertised, iqedlclnos tailed, tI tried B. B. U.i and ber recovery wai Misses Addle and Julia Ditto, of Meade warm damp weather. " and eoBpleto." y to visit county will arrive In the city N,ews cime Friday of the serious illnq s .Oliver 6oor, Baltimore, Md,, wHes: "I Babbage. Addte's sister, Mrs. J. D. Ml i'u,' """ .mswti irera weaa ?i of Mrs. O. Cunningham's brother, Dick ysCB. h proves to be the wsjf jmHcIbo Um4 Mlsso Kate Jackson and LUxlo Allen, of ' his home in Cedar Qrove. Castoria, Elder, at When IlJ)j wo sick, we jrave her j. relle." 'Cave Hawesvllle, came up to be present t tho nup- 4, Mr, Jas, L. Cart had a light stroke of When to was ft tlld, she cried for CMtork. xnmt ttils of Mr. II. P. White and Miss Lollie . Coma to A4diMa iHigN 35 pr something like paralysis on the right sida When'slie bccamoKlss. sho clung to Pierce. tWswia, oft ail yw iwcbusc. Mrs. C. E. Llglitfoot returned from Sorgho-tow- n of his face and at present be laughs on the When alia had CUIldroa, abo gaa ' m-week, accompanied by ber sister, other side of it. last f ' Na ttttvfasirf. who will remain with yi Annie HambUtOn, Such a winter as this has been so far, MIlssMtisMwce ' ' JWfm J arret s herseversl weeks, cannot he remembered by even tho the given M'jfeu F, 'iMlMrtG u at 11 of llardluiburg, oldest Inhabitant, Tho grata In 'some of "Mr William M. lUnslefc ii iittfMBl LtMtaaort. ! jBCtsjiMsf 'wasThcro last week, his first visit tn live years. .ti'4, tooqr lt IsMrtiV uittht. our yards is as green as it was In May nnd . v "We don't see how William can keep away we-- Havo sweet violets tn bloSeeat of vsry WtsvNHm' Ml 'mid k.tr JL, V" Uerntf (! ILHsiW ' It srsUYiywl Htan ittt warswiug dw H ffrsVk llm town so losg, boW will fMiilll jfilm TMVmf' ' doors, too. Mtrwt is ylng l kMT t& IsloWr'lo blm. i nn'u Ml Liale Cushman he;reM:rHl from smmI Frmfn "mm wyhjiPwpjH r MM- la ha a sissisMrala ol!MMti A A t ibru " T Bs dver,i emenl " New AlbHy, Ind., wber' Ao'oHti. sntais) Mm. in WSetrWiu.'Ve rlh h aas. "'-Tlj j rim NWtl JKJiotrt Ti WT1IBI li 7 Oirthri ul to this lame. quite an accident. In atlwwpttA wwMmiPMisiti..vAr "v fluixws tor JKwtttos; kr mmki 10 kmi ; wu mMmSBHm. uifiMM roomy, WKniy Wmhta vufertuiMvlsj turkey for a TIimsjsk an hit neluhjwrt aw a vpry quirt, ; 1 fittaioer U ax surik br(Uft givto dUsiwCWw irbdt bit eca0a Tbe lobar, man NHacaUMt,ot: rg-wktidisfor fe'Ksuv father oi ih Jwrt TWl b s'KMCLtffrriilOl... Wrist, MftMnKa wound frosn which to ordered cto offpre i uriMay. villa f' WisWutfrpi of fix) for ntr capture. ur Materia. Xuimlto has no yet recovered. ft ' n 'Alt dca'ow kwp It. vlslt-irg!Mvis-'Ki- day, with appropriate ceremonies. Hon. Thos. S. Pcttitt, ol Owensboro. will be preThe public sent and deliver nn addrecp. Hardinsburg and Cloverport, is invited. Kentucky. Rev. Mr. Penrod has been called to tho Baptist ohurch of this city. Ue is formerly of Texas but a Kentucklan by birth nnd Ho will an excellent yoiing preacher. move his family here in a short time. His HARDINSBURG, KY. time will bo divided between this church arc-Dicon Brick Corner. and Hawesvllle, Ihe machine shops are about completed and ready for the machinery. As soon as is finished the work of puttbe turn-tabting in the machinery will commence. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15. 1890. Tbe building shows up much larger than some ol our people expected aud they are .N'kllco tlio lubel on your imiicr mid now satisfied that it was not such a bad Vco lli'our tlmooxiIrci I'll moults. bargain alter all. l'orsonul. Mr. D. M. Ferry, master mechanic of the L. St. L. ii T. was here last week looking Jus. D. Jolly went toXouisvllIe BuniUy. for a house. He expects to move Within 'Mr. John P. Noonan was in town Thursday. the next month, und says there will be Mm. W. II. Bowmer went to Holt yesterday. thirty or forty men with their families to How are Miss Sallio Puniphroy cime down Saturday. come if they can secure houses these men to be accommodated and not a Hirka went to Loulsvlllo SunMiss Utile bouse in town to rent day. Miss nianeho Frank was in the city ThursMr, R, P. White, of Fort Worth, Tpxas, day. , and Miss Lollie Pierce, of this city were "Mrs. 0. M. Bullitt leturncd from Louisville married at the Baptist church last WednesRav. Father last week. day at 0:30 o'clock a. m. The Mr. Bliss Harrnan, of Hawesvllle, Is visiting Lamp ton, of Rockport, officiating. in the city. church was appropriately decorated for the ' occasion and tbe many friends of Miss Miss Mannle Hawes, or Hawesvllle, Is Sue Sawyer. Lollie filled the house to Its utmost to witIt was a beautiful Board and N. MoMercer ness the ceremony, Judge Million wedding and the bride never looked pretwere In town this week. tier or happier, Father Lampton In a lew Mr. J. M. Nevltt came up from Owensboro choice words fitly spoken made them one( few days this week. for a happy farewells of relatives Mrs. John V. B rakes, of Brandenburg, Is then came the and friends and the newly made pair left lslting Mrs. R. U. Moreraon. Immediately for their futuro home, Fort Mr. Richard May and his brother, Alex, of Worth, Teiai. California, were In town Friday. See Wm. Vest & Sons advertisement in Mr. Geo. Streoffer, of Louisville, was ttfo week. this issue. guest of Mr, Geo. Jordan last Mr. J. F. Redman and wlfo, or dlendale, Tlio lAiiUet Dollireitetl. are visiting Mr. W. 0. Allen and wile. Tbe pleasant effdet and tho porfect safeMrs. Dr. Thomas and Sam II. Thomas, of ty with which ladies may uso 'tbe liquid E'town, are visiting Mrs. R. R. Pierce. Mrs. Q. W. Budd and two children, Harry fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all and Daisy, returned from Cincinnati Monday. conditions make it their favorite remedy. It is plcasunt to tbe eye and to tbe taste, David V. Henry, proprietor of tho Irvlngton Hotel, Irvlngton, was In the city last gentle, yet effectual in ncting on tho kidweek. neys, liver and bowels. VMrs. Alt Tate, of Hardinsburg, was visiting Attorneys atLaw. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, e MURRAY BARNES, Breckenridge News. le Tho holidays are over, but our youne for! Unrdinaburg. people do not seem to realize it, socials Fine Hotel Property with Storehouse. to:J Mrs. Toney, of Louisville, was down to are still in order. Public Hall and a Large Warehouse for see ber father, Mr. Elder, at Mr. U. 11 fcrJ Tho Christmns tree was a decided sucLivers' last week. Handllnn Tobacco. In a Thriving r:o:i presents. cess Lots of nice e Considerably cooler Mondny morning Little Town. Our town is overstocked with mud and than on Sunday; no sitting out on porches water. A Splciitllil Opportliult' For A I.lvo in your shirt sleeves. Messrs. F. K. Rhodes, H. S Coomes, E. firm. Sold mi lIiiHy Teriiix, There are a few cases of measles in the ,R Storms and others started toEvansvllle Outho 8th day of February, 1B90, as exbottom and about Weldon and a good deal last week with several rafts of logs. Good ecutor of the estate of Sic II. Mendor, deo'd. ol s'arlet fever in towu. Bssjhsjsss I will sell to tho highest bidder, the remainder LiAsl. K. luck to you, boys. of the real estate of Mo. II, Man lor, deVd. Tbe freight train killed two head of cattlo reports Mr. Tom Butler Dr. Robertson One Hotel And Storehouse combined, good belonglig to W. C. Mc3ebee, at Long bb very low with typhoid fever, and Mr. barn and garden bolonglng to same. Ono largo Hull over tbe school house A Branch, Thursday night. Frank Butler, who, while cutting stave large Warehouse for handling tobacco, And Misses Jennie and Hester Woolfolk were timber was struck on tho head by a falling Big Spring Is a good point for buying tobaoco. All tho obovo property Is in good condition tho guests of Miss Mary Bickerstaff, Long limb nnd almosffatally injured, as slowly llooli JKrrplng, Short Jlimd, Telegraphy, Ac B and I must have approved security for the Wrltojfor Catalogue anil full Information. iLIJ? U 1 J2 V I tL 1 BU KvYa for several days. Branch, improving. above property. Ono tract of land 1 M miles Hast of Big is now teaching at For a good and reliablo commission Mr. E J. McDaniel Spring, on the Kllzabcthtown and Big Spring house, ship to H. W. Herndon Si Co., 3d Mt. Gllead, finishing Miss Maggie Glass-cook- 's road, containing 110 acres. Ono tract of land South of Big Spring on Ili3 school. We nre sorry to say Miss and Main, Louisville, Ivy. nJlmWtJhm road, containing 10!) Moggie has been on tbe sick list for the Leltchfield or land 3 miles West acres. Mr. D C. Turrentine left for Louisville Ono tiact of Big Spring i'on Saturday night, where be expects to make pnst eight weeks and is not recovering as and containing 200 acres. One tract of land 4 miles West of Big Spring wish. fast as her many friends could headquarters from this on. adjoining Mrs Spires' and tbe old McUan's Miss Mattie Mattingly, of Long Lick' farm, containing 120 acres. Tbe above propBucket Purifying Pumps guaranteed to purify the foulest water Misses Georgia Moremen and Addio G erty will positively be sold on that day and Ditto wero the guests of Miss Lillie J. was visiting Miss Maggie Rhodes last any one wanting to purchaso will find It to Can be put in by anybody and is never out of repair. Any child " Como again, Miss Mattie. Ditto, of Long Branch, the latter part of week their Interest and advantago to bo present. can use them. cisli and the remainder In Terms, Mr. Joe Pnrtons, of Illinois, after spendlast week. Will force water to am Blickoye ForCO Pumps for Deep Wells. weeks with relatives in this ono and two years, with 0 per cent, interest part of the house or surroundings, Mr. Scroggnn, of Louisville, tbq well ing several from date. returned home last week. E. W. JOKES, S. O. MALIK, known mulo buyer, was here last Friday. vicinity, Either kind guaranteed to give satisfaction. Write for prices on Auctioneer. Kxecutor. Mrs. Alico Eikridge, of Ohio county, is He bought a few from J. K. Ditto and W. these or any kind of Building Material. the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Mercer. C. McGebeo. Can make shipments promptly to any point. STATEMENT Mr. H. A Hunter nnd daughters, Misses The editor of tho Meade News sajs Of tlic Condition of tho Itroclclu-rliltf- c & it appears as if thcro are but two Nannie Knd Delin, and Mrs. Geo. Heyser Hunk, Cloverport, Kv lit tlio LEITCHFIELD, KY. close of IIiinIiiuhm Iluccnilter 31m, attended the "Holiness meeting" nt churches In Clovorport Methodist nnd I88i: They report a fine meeting. Leltchfield Presbyterian. A.ssirrs. ?137,Vu5 25 Mr. Oscar Alexander, of Burai. was the Kotos nnd Bills Discounted Miaa Mattie McGehee went down to Bank Fixtures and Furniture. 2,572 25 Irvington Friday to see her aunt, Mrs. Fcrd guest of Miss Mlttie Fraize, one night last Banking House and Lot 3,3:15 14 week Over Drafts 1,473 50 McGebeo. who is very ill nnd her recovery 13.1 42 Suspondcd Debt Mr. Emraett Glasscock was at home durvery doubtful. Bonds 25,884 01 ing the holidays. Duo from Banks 3.1,004 48 There are several prospective candi-didat23,000 15 Mr. Harry Akers, of East Viow, is Cash on hand for County Judge nt our August If its an Overcoat you need now, or at any timo in the election. All good men and capable of spending a few days pleasantly in our Total $213,234 20 Wide-a-wak- PUBLIC AUCTION. SULZER'S Cloverport, Kentucky, m " ' BRYANT & STRATTON Business College AlHOtfll E , Jtr XJ GISTRRNS OR WEXKLxB F 3 BRO., ono-thl- rd R. J. BASSET es OVERCOATS! filling tho office. At Los Angeles, Cal .'"Torrel" says that tho streets nre so muddy that it is very necessary for ladies to have on boots when they go out to navigate, midst Misses Alma nnd Laurn Glasscock and Mabel Arnold, of Hardin county, who have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. Jim Glasscock, have returned home, leaving several sad faces behind them. Mr. Mooro McDaniel, left on the 8.h inst. for Henderson, where he will remain at schoolduringthe next term. Moore will be greatly missed in our social circle. Miss Annie "Dunn, of Grayson county, was In town a few days ngo, the guest of Mus Becca Wilson. Mr. Henry Cannon has gono to Leltchfield to attend school for the next term. Mr Allison Glasscock, who has been making a delightful visit to friends at Cromewell, is at home again, The New Year's dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Ned Cannon, in honor of Dr. C. It. Robertson, wns the most enjoyable affair ol the season. Tbe tnble groaned weight of good things to which all did ample justice. Of course the doctor was the "lion" ol the occasion. The large crowd present dispersed to their several homes feeling better and happier for having partaken of tbe charming hospitality of Mr, Cannon und his estimable wife. Regno!!, he Capital Stock Doposits Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Dividend Ko. 31, duo Jnnusry 3d, 1890 lilM!II,lTli:s. , $15,100 183,501 10,500 2,238 , 00 31 00 95 1,804 00 $219,231 29 Total Kot Earnings since June 30, 1889.... $4,507 29 Applied as follows; Dividend Ko. 31, 4 per cent, payable January $1,804 00 3d, 1890 Added to Surplus Fund.. 2,000 00 703 29 Added to Undivided Pro's $4,507 29 Total 1, A. B. Skllfman, cashier of tho nhnvo namdo solemnly swear 'that the nbovo ed Bank statement Is true to the best of my knowlcdgo and belief. . A. B. SKILLMAK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d day of January, 1890. 01IAS. B. SKILLMAK, K. P. B. 0. near future, you should call at Witt's. He's marked them His motto is never way down and they arc bound to go, to carry goods over from one season to another. They must go at some jrice. So here's your opportunity lo get You mint take the cash along an Overcoat very cheap. tho' to get it or its cqtiivclcnt, Produce. lie also has a large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter UNDERWEAR He has cut the price on these goods and thoy must leave. But this 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, that he says must go along with the Overcoats. FANCY GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONS of Cloverport and vicinity, that a new stock of J. A. WITT, PjA.I2.I5,-2-INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Hardinsburg, Ky. I take this method of Informing tho citizens I havo opened GROCERIES & CONFECTIONS In the store house just vacated by I will beep - IMFO. OO., j ksSE2SiF k. S. B. ADKISSOK. on hand a full line of Funoy Urocerlvs- and Confectioneries, and will sell them as low as the lowest. Frosh new stock. Everything and anything you need, l'ltaso 'Price, $18.00 at'Factory. givo mo a call, boo my goods and prices, Cash wltft Order. no. First-Clar- 75. a C. J. MURPHY. CAUTION bottom. If to factory, enclosing nuvertlsed send direct price. Tnlco no ihoes unless IV, I.. Doiieins' iinmfl nnd nrlcu nre kinmoeri 011 tlie the ilraler cannot supply von. Strlctlv Alt Second Oroutli Hickory 5 Slcol AxIch and Tlnw. fcrfcclly Valnnccd Iiw Itcnt Boat Arms. Uma, Easy Hldlim, Oil Tempered Spring. gH IISISS" Itekt Wheels ond Itost All Over. I IF YOO CAN'T FIND THKH FOR BALE BY 70011 MERCHANTS, WRITE US. Warranted. 5s nx x . lgbmpMMr ULJ&z 1 Wanted. 2 000 000 SBBBBBBB r Por Sale. C50 acres of lund, in ono mile of We'oBter Station, L St. L. k T. railroad. In good community, in uood state-- f cultivation, eburebca, sebools and sbops convenient. Address, T. B. Un.NUtuxo.s--, Webter, Ky. Hickory Spokes. tKP jsEl I VS fl BoBSBi1BBBhH(HSSF 500 000 feet Hickory lumber, 600,000 feot Oak lumber. 100,000 CordYof Hickory Hutu. For dimensions auJ trices, iidilrejs. OvEKflBBono Wheel Co, , 6REGCRY& CO,, W. L. DOliCLAS Reapers and Mowers, Calf. rine WKterpneor. moot giftSC. Hten r? 1 .T IPPMCOfrS MACAZttfE, -- iitHfd and ixctlttnt coxUntj, it a liirrr Hrni M U Hoadquarters for ' ''finlr i.UvmrW;..' Ik; n $3 SHOE OKNTLKMKN. Cred. 1m1 tirain sutd 4,04 J.WOM ,SO m 4 HMb -I . sW ,,sair tuiini w it RJBUVV' V'T,75JS?rBAa Grain Drills, Fertlliwr. y to fmM.mmtmm ,p i MHomimamm, i.wt sMsTn,.ov'Uuttoo d AUmWKVk OoirrM. UliSWfcAnV ninnihiM-jinvj- i YAMIX SAVL. ll,f Se-b- li nnimmmammmm 0 ., Or; 4r' Htraa SHOESu-ZiM$3 & $2IJHOIC JfOR MlHdbU. M.M r Im. Jr ruia ?!. .. Briok, Plow uhb rioter, Sk, by Ik. 8rH, 1$0Wmfo, Cmms LU, Omi Mirk a JSSSlMSM SMSI wOTsspv-- i HSf wir'M,r MM ! mm mmEjin II 11 l.SiSSrB m. . MVOTssMHsflsiiMst m''' ZS3Z8& - rtqprj rcmu J sssifsr lit iisfltf. u "Tn-m'tm- b, . Hiusilfl, W ly IhqtfMrt srjij tiwt mm. turn m Sf rmmmWMtjmikiW ,AAri -- Iodine-i.;!ra&iS- . rar4 Bowmer & Hambleton, o )) txtapsVaiiltiif tmJL " a ft wi mmmmrn tvfMMfmtmmmit.mt ittitfriftim. o '' i" ti ft "W Ui I ij 3 n ii 0 t .K'huim a 4. The Editor of tho Cottlesborg Democrat, Captain Tho mug 1), Mareiim, late Of iho (7nion Army, 1ml nsked tlm question, a blood Until tho poison IB expelleddisease.tlio system, tlioro lj "why is ib?' And commonts as follows from can btfno en to for this Joathsomo anil'' "Why iJ it that moM of tho oxGdnfnler-ato- s dangerous malady. Tiicroiord, tlio onlr nre stout and. nrlt preserved mn for offocllfatreatraent In a tliorotiKta'caurso' tTjcir ioge, wh!)o most of tho or Ayer's SarsafHtrllln tho besj ofall soldiers s'ro" broken down from their serbloodgjntrlfloTS. Tho sooner" j'ouilwgln vice anil areon tho pension rolls or Irving tli6bolter fclay la dangerous. wan for over "Iyear.troubled with catarrhremedies, to get tb(rc. It in a fact tht none will two I tried various and was treated by n number of jilivsl-clan- s, dispute that tho Confederate army was not as well fednor olothed m tho Union bat received no bouoilt until I began to tako Ayer'n SarsanariUa, A wefdl that Uict wnroipbysicnlly few. bottlcn ot this medicine buret! me of more r.xposed than ware the Union troop's, this troublosomo complaint nml restored my lionlth." JcssoM. soldfhr yet most all of Iho .Hoggs, Holuinu's Mills, N. 0. teem to bo suffering from injuries nnd dis" When Aycr's Sarsaparllla was recease Irom iliejr eervioe, while (he Coafed-etnt- 8 ommended to mo for catarrh, I was Inclined to doubt Its nfflcnor. HaVfnK are roVust nnd look ni though thny bentried so many remedies, with little would be able for several years' good no fulth that anything would efit, I had euro mo. I became emaciated front lcM In fteld were it required ol of nppetlto and Impaired digestion. I there nre many who believe that had nearly lost the sonso o( smell, and (He tny system was badly deranged. I was soldiers would lift stouter hut! about discouraged, wlion n friend urged mora robust and prosperous in the various mo to try Ayer's Sarsnparilln, and referred we to porsons lioin it had cured avocations of life if there, were no petition of catarrh. After tnklng halt a dozeti attachments to nllened disability incurred I am convinced bottle of this medicine, whllo in sirvtatf. It seenis to be morolrj-Tri- u that tho only suro wnv of treating tlili obstinate iliseuo!n through the blood." outolrnarfsJconitilution lobe Iova) to ., Cliarlcn 11$ !Muloncyrt ilVRlfui-Btithe QrRrfrtnent than It was to bo a Raliol Lowull, Jiasl. ' aomo now mote is something about yhe ' m titer 'lint needs oxplana Ion." on sil-dta- ra cori-plotc- ly der-vrf- ce atarrh Why it! te hii Ayer's Sarsaparilla, & rncPArtEo bt Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass a bottle. bottler, ti. Worth I'rk Ct, Itpnoli. lalrnnsitioti from long, lingering and painful sicknees to robust health marks an epoch in the life of the individual. Snch a rbmn'rkablo event is treasured in the memory nnd tho ugoncy whereby tho geod health ling been attained ig gratefully blessed. II fin co It is that so much is heard in 'prilsedf Electric Kittirs. So mnny fee! they owe their restoration to health, to the use of the Great Alterative and Tonic. If you are troubled with any diseaso of Liver or Stomach, of long or short standing yot, will mrely find relief by use Sold ot fOc. and $1 of J$leetnc IJitifrs narlmtlln'nf ft IV Rlinrt'o- rinnnrnn.l Iv'n v " ' "' ..v.,.w. ,v and J. A Wilt's, llardmsburg, Ky. Kid-noj- Tho Frankfort correndent ot ihr ha this In ay of two well known young attorneys of this auction : r "lion Oovld RiiM'irrayiof CloverrrStt, h been in Frankfort for several djs looking nfler snmo legislation for his nelghborhord. Mr. Murruyis rtno of tho ablest lawjers in Western KeiitucLy, nnd ho receives a great deal of nttetitton. lie is known from one end of tlm Slato to ihe other, and hts friend i will bo pleased to know that ho will likely Ije a vcrr rioh man. lliu wife is a granddaughter of the lute John Fisher nnd one of tho heirs to the great Fisher eslute in Germany. Thoro wero two German bro'hors, one of whom was a Count with an imnjonso property. The other wni also wealthy, hut nt an early ngf the young mnn came to America and settled at D;inville. Tho Cnunt willed his prepsrty to bin brother and died Tho Amoricatt brother settled nt Danville, married, and thero his thrco sons lived died, leaving in nil mnny children, Mn Murray's wife is ono of the granddaughof ters and is heir lo tiboiit a third of un estate vnlued roughly nt $51.-00000 Tho heirs nil meet in Louisville nt tho Louisville H.iWl February 8, when ajeahipnigii will be mapped out.lortbo, wir wfth Grrnlan courfs ntld the (roriiiuioj Courier-Journ0 In (He I'lrat JnnK. ANCIENT Somo or tit ASTROLOGERS. 000,000. ODD3 AiSO CNCJ3. 40,- i. i iff.. pi re. TltEV At.t, 8TOI' Breckenridge News, AUituvriu. The 01J Year In n urn he rod with tho pMt. Ills hoitry flight bring! the cold winter Mast. Each day lias loft beth sorrow and mirth. Old tlm has given a Now Year birth. Let us not loelc bnck on thetiuio , k. Dark hours and moments are bnUeni, You rosy borrow inother yearjwinako It Kvery day wisely Improved can wefI & upj thVcup All events oeeur In the Old and the New, Repairing the low, we'll bare nothing to rue. In the diys that's past, let by. genes bo gone Sweeter Mowers may on tho futuro dawn. j Ged did ln'lic past guide yen day after day ; Over the voyago he dlreetod the nay t Noble Old Year for your time yeu have lived In illn Eroluflttijiat wingcUyour flight. flodbye'J - ' Goodbye f J, New Albany, Ind.v, , If. Halu is the man, who has his quiver full of them" of bottles of Salvation Oil tlio greatest euro on earth for pain. Price only 25 cent. Mothers should never fail to keep Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup convenient in order to relieve their little ones of cough upeedily and surely. 23 cents. ''Hnppj lltiriiimiv lleluroii Tow uw ami ItullromU. One of the most serious questions before nearly every growing town in tho South is "How can we improve our railroad facilities?" The solution ot this question Is a difficult one in almwt every individul case, noto much from llie in'ricacy of the situation. SB frain a reeling of suspicion. There is a feeling of suspicion. There is a feeling in every community the railroad is its worst enemv. What would tlia com munity be wltWeat the railroad ? Ye peo- e are suspicious of it because it is a "soul leea cciiiorntioii." We are well aware ol tho fact that railroad corporations do nut often make n public exhibition of "soul," yet when a town or city seeks better facilities for shipping and receiving freight, It way possible to in the moot tht back-hand- rr. Arthur Love, Manager Love's Punny Folks Cotnblnallon, writsa "After a'lbor-- j Go. ough trial nnd coiiviiioiug etidenae, I am confident Dr. King'a New Discovery for And Ilriigh Hvorj wlivru HUc, Too. Consumption, beats 'em all, aid cures 'Drjiitfah bttnado of ajmpt nnythirg, when everything else falls The streatet " kindness I can do my many thousand npw.'! r6tnorkedu(lroy "For Inslaneo?' added Lirkitin. friends is to urge them to try ij. I'roe trial bdjllei aj Q. V Short's, Clovorpwrt, "Skates and Birds are drug In the nnd J. A, Wilt's, Hnrdlnsburg. Regular Y Sun. o 50j. oud$1.00. sizca NiiMiil Outnrrli. Mr. T. A Wlllinms, n loading dry goods merchant of Spartanburg, S. C , writw uu- "For yean hnJ town with wjiiii JtMi delibcrnteJv-omsrn?!Var0 8?80of ,"imI catarrh, with all the Jtatherjt Sjflfs 'o jbxilll dfsttgrboalilo'elreets doing huslnesf, which belong to that up that town. disease, which make lite painful nnd alWhen better und enlarged railroad fiicili- most unendurable. I used medicine preties are demanded, let the locnl board of scribed by lending physicians, nud sugtrade lay the whole tnntter concisely be- gested by numbers of friends, but without fore (tie rnilroad officials, and then co- getting nny better. In the fall of 1887 I operate with them in over, way to bring began taking Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) It about the desired result, rather than ho had tho desired effect, nnd cured me after suspicious and fearful that some opportaking a fow bottles. In my opinion tunity may be lost to squeeze a few cents Swift's HpecifU (S S. S ) is the only medidea llmt railrlads tlio road. The out of icine now in uo that will effect a permanre rolling in wealth, nnd prey to anybody nent euro of catarrh who can bring suit against them on some flimsey pretext and ffleh a lew dollars, has Tnriiiiilitliit: I had nn attack of rheumatism put uli'road from necessity on the defenwhich sive. Rut if n representative body of men clung lo me with persistence for nearly will formulate its iwhame, then lay it befour year, defying nil thercmedies prefore the officials, and both sides work in scribed by .physleians, and numbers ol harmony, muoh will bo saved in time, other medloinerf whioh I took I was conmoney and good feeling. Not a railroad tinually troubled with tormenting pains. in the South was prepared for this year's I finally oonoluded to give up nil other enormous btisinesf. Jtfor were ilia lowns treatment, nnd went to the drug store of any better prepared, The consequence is Dr. J. 1'ranklin, in this city a here. I purshipments by freight are delayed from n chased a bottle of S. 8. S. After taking vnriety of causes Remedy mint besought several ef whioh, I was perfectly cured. I immediately in the case of 'most towns at have been well ofjthe disease since last least, for the volume of business promises January. I considers S. S a blssiln-- in to bo much greater next year than it has all ufllioltKl with rheumatism. v been this year. Let action bo taken, then, 8. K. JORDAN, Ls looking to harmonious work with railroad 25 Broad St , Nashville, Tonn. officials nnd olber much desired results will On ii I it Scarcely MitlH. bo tnoro easily and ropre quiokly obtained. In thcypur 1886 I had a Buvero attnok Munufaaturers ltccord Unliirnore, otrheuraatlsm whieb se affiled me thm 1 could scarcely walk for several months, 1 Tlio l'lllpit a nil the Muko. tried numbers of remedies, but without af Hot. F, M. Shrout, Pastor Unitod Breth-ereChurob, Dine Mound, Kan , says: "I fording me nny relief. I was induced to feol'lt tny duty to tell what wonders Dr, try a. s 5 After taking several bottles I King's Now Discovery ha? done for me. wniooinplntely cured and oaco ngsdn able Prom experiMy Lungs v?tro budly disensd, nuiJ my to attend to my panohione'ra thought I could live oply a ence Ican safely y that S S. H. la ilm T took five boitlM of Dr best rheumatism .tied bine in the world. few weeks. M Skmkn Abbeville, 8 C Discovery at,d am sound and lung's Nfw woll, gainlDg 2C potindb in weight. Treatise on Rlood nnd Skin Diseases R charge the railroad with being soulless, then demand great things from it, and follow up every attempt of the road to improve things by suspecting some sinister No railroad wants to nnd evil motive. "Among tho delegates from Western Kentucky thcro is otio new member at least who will attain prominonco on the lloor of the lower house. He is the Hon. Henry Mason, tho member from Hancook, Mr. Mhsun is n modst yining man, httvitg neVer beforo ftsked for ollioe, although he could have commnnded, nt ntiy time, any offioe within tho gift of his constliuonlf. But for the past six years he has been contented with his law pru'Jlitie which, by reason of the young man's ability and continued successes, has grown until it exin the tends to almost every court-hous- o western portion of the State, Mr. Mason is an attractive man and one For Clio 'lrlN, for whom almost any one would atop for a Tho Ladles' liome .lonrnnl givw this second look This terra in the Legisla bit of advice to girls about their phototure marks nn era in his political future. graphs: Intellectually he in fur in advance of his "Learn to sy-nwhen nsked for your years, and it is only a matter of a short photograph by some otio not especially time when he will bo recogr.ized ns n leaddear to tou. Thpre is in that little word er in S'nte nffdirs." much that will protect you from evil tongues. Learn to think that your face is Go to G. W. Short for "O. C. (5. Certain to sacred to decorate tlio apartment of Cough Cure." Cures Coughs, Colds and Tom, Dick and Harry, no matter if each all Throat and Lung diseases. one of the three fa one of the pleasant fellows in tho world. When tl e sun imprintl'iioiml Igimr.tnci. Ill traveling through Persia some fifteen ed in black and white just how sweet nnd years ngo, Mr. Dellew, nn Kugb!! engineer, how dainty you look It did not mean that found the people of almost eveiy imik will the picture should have incense in the lug admit awl to lament tlwir ignorance, shape of tobacco smoke, or dubious praise A native ollicial whom ho met explained how it is that the tinglbdi are so much tatter in the form of a di.ousaion of your points rendered to it. Give away your picture "You go riding along and come to u vilwith discretion. Remember that some lage. To tho first man you meet In If you sny, 'What do you call that hllir nud lie day will como along Prince Charming, give you its name. Out coined your notewho will have a right, the right owned by book and down go tho names, and by and by the master of tho heart, to ask for the all the world knows that there is bucli a bill COBnttfrhVlt presentment of yourself after uear such a village, n fact nobody else In the be knew that he is going to have the real country is aware of except tho Inhabitants girl for his own. Think how mortified yon ot the actual locality. "By way of Illustration I will tell you what would be if he should discover that the occurred to me many years ago, wbeu, as a giving away of your photograph had been young man, I went to Bangalore with a batch almost as gonrrnl m the invitatious to of horses Tor sals. An English oillecr who Fpoke Persian asked me one day about my your New Year's party. Think how be country, ami when I told hhn the name of will feel if he sees your face looking over my village ha turned it up in his map and the raantlarshelf in Dick's room Dick said: " 'Yes, I seo. There is a place near it called whom heTkncw to be h braggart, nnd a Onndn China.' man for wliom he has the utmost con" 'No,' said I, 'there Is no such place near tempt I Then jost learn- - to say no. Don't It, nor oven In the country.' " 'There must le,' maintained he. display your photojrrnphg to your men "Woll, considering I knew tny on n counfriends, and you will not have this try best, 1 thought it usule arguing the task ; but if you should do it, point, so I remained silent, allowing him to and havo not tho courage to any the little have li' i own way. When I returned home mono syllable, bo wise nnd refer them to and recounted my adventures in the Deccnn, I mentioned tills circumstance, with no very papa Mattering allusion to tlio English odleer'u tl LOOK AT HIV, - "that Lilly umlorstandu astrology any; man in Europe." Tho rcfur-efie- o wa to William iStly, 'w wnn well born nnd recolvetl n grwil education) but who finally entered fxiniloli with but n few shillings In his pocl.et and hnd to earn file living by liU wits. Ho obtained e:nployn;cut and for n tlino did well, but In 18W his wife, real or nllrged, illed, leaving bb" n collection of Mgll nnd charms, whlcli he professed lo hnvo recelvul.ih a very remarkable mauuci, somo through tiro ngoncy of Dr. Forman. Tho legacy proved a curso, for Lilly soon left his work nnd applied hiiriself to tho study of astrology under the guldanco of onq Muster Evans. Thin Individual is descrilwl as poor, Ignorant, bonitful, drunken and LnnvIslJ, but ho wo credited with porrer to call up spirits' ristoro htolen property and discover secrets. Lilly made eonslderablo progress tinder this not very decdrablo tutor and soon began to olalm Mtperuntural power for himself. In ho printed a. collection of propheclte which ho called "Aqulla; or, Iho Whlto King's Prophecy." This attrncted great attention and encouraged him to fui tber liter, ary efioi t. On ono occasion about tills timo Lilly and a fellow u&trologer named Booker wero mnmioiiod to tho licaaqtiarturs to Uen. I'alrfax. Tho men wct-- held in much esteem nt tho time, and their journey to Windsor was frequently interrupted by presentations of nddrcces. Tho general himself In saluting his guests eald they nought not themselves, fbut tlio elfaro nnd tranquility of tho good nicoplo and wholo nation, nud for that end fwero resolved to sacrlllso both their lives and 'their fortunes. As for tho art tboy studied, ho hlliiielf understood it not, but doubted not tboy both feared Ood, and ha there foro bad a good opinion of them both. Lilly mado very largo sums out of his astrology business, and was always prepared to prove, first, that ovory prophecy ho mado wasfulflUcd, and second, that bo had foretold every event. Somo of his ahnanao predictions wera marvels of obscurity, and were so gonorul in their character that thoy could Htrely bo applied to any subsequent event. Thteo years before Charles was beheaded Lilly wrote that "boforo long" a king would dio. When tho king was beheaded Lilly thanked Uqd for having allowed him to foretell tho event When his second wife died ha gavo expression to no feelings or grief, explaining that ho mourned when tbo futuro wa? revealed to htm. Tho horoscopo sbowod him bis third wlfo nnd his period ot widower-hoo- d won very brief. Ho claimed to have foretold tho restoration of Clinr' II, tho plague and (Iro of Loudon, . nut, Indeed, nearly ovcry event of his time. Finally Lilly went into tho country nnd worked up a largo practlco as a faith healing physician. Among thoso disconcerted by Lilly's assumption of power and his unmitigated was ono William Hodges, rt country schoolmaster with a great reputation for being ablo to read futuro happenings lu tho glass. For a long timo Hodges Ignored tho man; then bo maligned him, and finally bo admitted that Lilly could do more with tho stars than ha could with tho crystal. Hodges professed to havo frequent interviews with the Angel Oabriol, Raphael and Aries, nnd his only regret was that ha could not predict many victories for tho royalists, with whom he very heartily sympathized. Ono John Scott, in the employ of Lilly, onco spent a few days with Hodges. The latter produced his favorite glass, and Scott, looking lnto'Jt I bjr llm Wfindnrtkil Men. ' Mleve," srtld Charlrs 1, xliortiy AVanitorfl,rrlefc I'Mrlorinod beforo Tho population of Jupan U Just under - asellias Ills dentil, relehstag has Vottd to exempt students of theology from military ht loo, Tlio conlh Devon hounds took their follaw-c-r .iftllra lately; tho nchnsd of tweiity-fiv,fox finally loft to contiiiuo.hls gallant o Whar Is I g Parcwoi-i- run In tho darkness. The papnl srtldtciS'havo given tip their' former headdress nnd wear helmets after tl? pattern In use lu tbo Gorman army. Tl7d rest of their uniform remains unaltered. The Sandwich Islander's plpo U madoot virgin cork lined With meerschaum, and la curious by rennoit of tho pattern on tho cork mado by tbo Insects that food oti tlio trees. It Is like dcllcato laco work. Tho last return ot English naval courts martial shows that nn ordinary woman was sentenced to eight years' penal servitudo for striking an officer and two others condemned to five years' iwunl servitudo for a similar of fence, S ft JAv " I'"wl Wmc I i sM - P. nttWi wl CMMregii C, "L. m Suml n l' sn bz--s?. iT- -5 i How, of Mother Vn.iii. ipCTlOT r---sr XO Masa'cW . I .' ery for CaHwis, for US ST SJU, Mil- - SurBtom!!ch. teiSSu l&SJt!fiL "J J""" Stj (ShlldronM Tiik pKXTACK Commrt, 77 Murray NvwYork. A u A gentleman lu Indiana who was no Indiscreet as to leavo $30,000 for tho establishment ot a homo for mnidoit ladles, has been adjudged lumino by tho courts nud tho will is to bo set aside. During tho year ending Oct. 31 there wero no fow or than 420 suicides lu tho army, of which twenty-thrc- o were oillccrs, and tho remainder officers and privates. Tho Calcutta Public Health society tare agitating for legislation to prohibit lepers being employed In washing clothes or preparing nny sort ot food. Tho natlvo population, liottover, objocts to tho law affecting nny but . paupers. By tbo spirometer (or lung test) tho nvcr-og- o lung capacity when corsets wero worn was 131 cubic inches; when the corsets were removed the test showed nn average lung ciiwK-ltof 107 cubic Inches; n gain of 3 cubic Inches. Ilobort Giffeu has read a paper lioforo tho Itoyal Statistical Society of England In which hi astlniatea tho wealth of tho United Kingdom lu 165 nt 10,000,000,000. ThN would give each inhabitant &!70. Making a comparison of the richest threo nations of tho world Mr. Giffco finds that tbo wealth per head of population stands ns .follows: Great Britain, '."JO; France, 1U0; tho United States, Austro-Hiitigarlau "xraranonazaiwsas; VUYilYVVlYftn Ksixorena OTJBRBACKBR, GILM011E & (fo.. Wholesale Grocers I 31 cfe i 321 "W :&va.Iri. St., LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. FULTON AVE. BREWERY, Brewers and Bottlers of 1C0. JiS?' m: l " 'You are wrong, Blinh Sahib,' wild two or three voices, 'Onnda China Is tho briny log at tho further end of the hollow behind our bill.' " 'Well,' said I, 'I never knowtbat before,' So the LTnglUh olUcer, you see, know what 1 did not of my uativo place." Youth's Companion, obstinacy. inlis f T 3 Mjtln or the Departed. Long after IfcHiaparte had been dead ami buried, nnd his heart, to use Sir Lucius O'Trlggei's expreIon, "pickled and sent houw," tlio veterans of the graude armee oon tiuued to believe tlmt their emttcror was still nlive and would return somo day to lead on the French euglen again to victory. This superstition gavo occasion to a heartless prnati cal joke. There was quartered in a provincial town of Krunoo a veteran of tho Old Guard, who was firmly convinced of tho future coming of the emporor, nnd would upon this topic at a cafe he ux to frequent nt such a length ns alternately to amuse and boro a party of young men whom ho used to meet there, and vho would often draw the old mau out. Ono day ft became known to them that a certain relative of who bore a striking roscmblauco to him, would enter the town that night in command of a detachment of troops. Seeing an opportunity of indulging In n Joke nt the old man's expense, they told him, as a great secret, that his hopes wero about to be realized, and that, if he desired to witness the emperor's return, bo should get himself placed on duty that night at the gate of the town. Tho veteran did so, and, palpitating with joy and expectancy, awaited the appointed hour. It came, the bound of drums approached, the troops entered tho plaea, and at their head rode one whose culm face and clear cut features awakened In the old soldler'n mind memories of tho glorious puit In an agony of Joy ho exclaimed "Cost luH'jprha-droppe- d his niueket, threw up his arms, and with a cry of "Vivo fell dead. Gentleman's Magazine. n, nt n Wine. tKl&iIlvHoaJnial N Mi ll ltj. A filiieu Moriiiuiii, t ) EtEejJiTM (remedy! Fresiuent is nn oxcellent slut and bar n keen, quick eye that wovld duitin-j(uie- h Instantly between a pig nnd ft raccoon. Washington Star, lha i not ' used for Coughfl and Colds your money will bs re-- If ' (I CO. Certain CoucIkOi!" Iluproiliivtton of Jluctcilo. As rvgard tho 1'epnxluetlon of tho bacto-riu- , many of Uiem oau double their numbers every liour when pluoad In tho boot conditions for their activity. In such olrcum-stanee- s, theu, a Mnglo baatoriuin would, In twenty-fou- r tours, produce no let than 10,TT7,WO. At the end of forty-eigh- t hours the otCf ring wonkl amount to SSl.JW.OOO,-OUO.aiwould fll! a half pint niwa.uio all produced in tvo days from n, single g&nn mwuurlug of an Inch, Fortunately, however, Jiaetwia can rarely so propagate themselves, they meet with all softs of drawbacks, und thus, in spite of their enormous fertility, tho survivors are lu a general wty oijly epaugh to keep up n fair balntico in na', ture. Thodlonoa producing bacteria, havo no claim uponouf forbearance, and In theo tho enormous fecundity" wo cannot too closely contemplate, 3oroo, like tho bacteria of tuberculoUs and glanders, tUeinselvti slowly, but the great mo-jIty of the bacteria catulnganlmul plagues will, hi favorabla coses, doublq their hum-hehourly. vw York 'folefiram. .d bow-overprop-agntm "I see a ruddy cornplexloued wench in a red wnlstcont, drawing n can of beer." "She will be your wife," cried Hodges. -You are mistaken, &ir," rejoined Scott, "So soon ns I come to London I am engugwl toTnntrry a tall gentlewoman in tho Old Bailey." "You will marry tho red woman," replied nodges with an air of luiperturbablu assurance, which eub&equent events amply Justified. When Scott arrived at the Old Bailey he found t lint Hie tall gentlewoman bad taken to herself another husband. Two years later be was traveling In Kent and called at a wayside hostelry for light refreshments. Tho young lady who brought In his crust of broad and piece of cheete and tho tankard of homo browed nlo was conspicuous for having rod hair and a red walstoont, and was tho original of the plcturo ho had seen In tho glass. The sequel may be imagined. Another fctory about Hodges (.hows how Implicitly his neighbors bolieved in him. Ono of those neighbors lost Ids horW and consulted the astrologer. Hodges consulted tho glass, said he could sco tho horse- at a certain place and domnnded his fee. The neighbor went as directed and found bis horse. Subsequently ho planned a joka on Hodges. Leaving tils horse in charge of a boy, ho visited tho astrologer and told him ho had not recovered tho horse. Hodges exposed tho trick and added! ''Now, you have lost your horso and will never see It again." "Neither boy nor horse," says Hodge' biographer, "was over seen again. ' Lilly seems to havo had several partners at I'roducts f Greece various stages of his career. Ono of theso "The Hellenes appear to hnvo no coal was tho John Scott already mentioned, and whoso great forte was finding lost bodies or mines," says Tho Glasgow Herald, "but their treasures by aid of divining rodsL Tbcre was llgnlto deposits are nearly ns good, some s yielding lu pure carbon a great deal of talk at tbo timo about a treasure having been burled lu tho cloUtor nt of an equal weight of English coal. JIllo supplies sulphur; Zante springs of excellent Wostmhudur Abbey, and, tbo requisite used by tbo ancient Greeks and having boon obtained, Scott went to Strlphos, ouo of tho host kinds of work to Und It. Lilly vos present In the capacity of general ad vbor and hogiroBh full magnotlo Iron, and Lnurf uma abounds in slag, account of tho proceedings. Tho regulation derived from tho old lead mines of the anhazel rods were placed round about tho cients. Tho dairy Industry of Greece Is vory cloister and those on tho west sldo turned one Imperfect, and tbo flour mills are worked by over tho other, "a proof," according to Lilly, water and wind. But thoro ore distilling In"that the treasure was hid there," Suro dustries of considerable force In tho producenough, after digging down six feet, a cofiln tion of alcohol and liquors, and Greece proh was found, but for some reason it was not duces 1,600,000 hectoliters of wine, of which Is exported to European countries. opened. Tho Investigation was oatmuod until a tcniflo wind nrua, frightening tho Thcro nro also metallurgical ludimtriesi, naval dyotug, tanning construction, perfuming searchers almost out of their lives. The candles and torches all went out, tho rods re- and cotton and silk Industries, alike lively and successful, tlio cotton spinning mills supfused to work nnd thero were various evidences of the presence of demons. Tlio work plying the numbers 1 to 12, which now come hail to bo liun iedly abandoned for fear that InplacoOt English threads. This brief and "most part of t' 9 abboy church would blow irapld urvoyjvould bo Incomplete without some notice of tho splendid murbles, which down." Exchange. eroyct only slightly developed, so richuro tho fields." A uew substitute, for coffee may turn up fa a borry known as "gnertnoro." Tbo British lie Knew It. consul at Reunion says 'that at ono timo bt "You should havo been around to tho theahas received many letters from merchants In tre said tlio agent to thu duuuttlc England asking for Information respecting a writer. "It was a splen.lld houio.'1 shrub then called "musoaenda,"the discovery "Ycsl" of which, It bad been said In somo commer"Magnificent" cial journals, would deal a severe blow to tho "I can vouch for Its being a good house." coffee and chicory trade. About two years "No doubt of it." ago a rumor was spread that tho berry of "I know the man that built It, and ha Is this Uirub could be advantageously employed noted for putting up good houses." as a substitute for cofToo and chicory. It And then tho dramntlo mon wrote somegrows to about ten foot high, lion very fow thing about a fair sized audionoo. Merchant 'leaves nnd Its branches are wide apart. Tho Traveler. berries do not grow all along the bronchos, Questionable Sletliods. as Is the cash with coffee, but in bunches at i their extremities. Jack Piishlug fellow, that Brown, tho real estate dealer. .... Jorry Yes. But I don't like hU methods. Frogs mo Improving with tbo rest of tho Jack Honest, um't be! world, and nro evidently developing a capaJerry Well In a way. But ho found bility for turning tho tables on their persecutors. Oiio of Uio frogs put Into tbo snako suburban mm with six boys. Gavo each ot them u drum. Iu one week adoInlng propy cuge at the Worcester (Mass.) Natural erty fell 100 per cent. Brown bought, mado museum to bo swallowed, turned swal-lowand "absorbed" bo much black snako a stake und bought each boy a football. Now that the latter died after biing pulled from the lx)a urduad itud Blown Liu all the I nil Pittsburg Bulletin. entttto in thut vicinity. . tho fighting froj. two-thirds; one-fourt" HLi-torer said: The standard of size for a lady's watch Is over an inch In diameter. A lady's watch usually has a hunting com or a half hunting cose, a circular opening In tlio center pf tho lid showing tbo hands, and llguron are enameled on tho outside; thus tho timo is seen without opening tho watch, Chatulalnd watches usually havo open faces. In somo cases the monogram of tho owner Is engraved In long, slcndor letters on tho outsldo of the smooth case, or tho watch is elaborately decorated In enamels or jewels. Tho wlfo of Georgo Kcnnan Is, llko tho wives of so mnny literary mon, tbo busiest member of the domestic firm. Iking w itbout children, sho devotes her wholo Timo to tho interest of her husband, has solo chargo of tho salo, distribution and receipts from his work, and actas private banker, reviser critic and translator. Sho is a few years her husband junior, a companion and copartner as well as wlfo, and a lady of strong character and great personal Attractiveness. At Atlanta, two well dressed mon stopped on tho corner of Broad utid Marlottu streets and began pointing upward, ono of them often pointing to u telephono wire with his cane, as if trying to mako his companion see something li6 was looking at. Tlio other shaded ills oyos with his hands, but shook his bond, at which tlio first man moutloned caught him by tho erm and led him backward a fow stops. Thoy Uopt up tholr antics until a big crowd collected Finally, when asked, they said: "Wo" were just experimenting to soe how many gaping idioto we could collect in ten minutes." Tho Belgique Militalro In Its last number described experiments mado with the defensive cupola, designed to protect guns of largo caliber against artillery fire. The ti lals were carried out ut Antwerp, at Forts Philippe and Santo Marie, Tho cupola is liko nil enlarged domo or metal cylinder, rotting upou a foundation of masonry and revolving like a ship's turret. Tlio cupola stood ovory tost, and, although struct by tho largest projectiles, remained uninjured In Its mechanism to tlio last. Its w eight was 320 tons. Tho French government soems determined to makQ tho "pleasant land of Franco" as unpleasant a laud as possible for foreigners to live in. An order has boon issued by tha minister of tho interior with a viow to rendering still more stringent tho oxlstlug regulations about the residence of foreigners. According to this, n foreigner domiciled In Franco will now havo to go through tho whole elaborate business of reporting himself to tbo police every time ho wishes to move into another commune or department. littlescc-ctar- PILSEJVER&MPfl Messrs. Gregory &r Co., Agents, CJoverport, Ky iJk.TJT TTtlTTi LOUISVILLE, KY. SyTttrkish and Ititssian Buths in Hotel. The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City. Rates, $2.50 to $4.00 Por Day, According to Rooms. Prodiiee& General Conimissioii No. Mi Third St., - IfiSfi thSJrtnU BWWU A uota LoufsviLLE, Ky i. HOW JllSiVDy DQUUU: OUAND CHW8TMA8 OP KUMIirrt e D. Ward. A serial of "VIUEDIMND: IBW," infamous Andovcr our Rugby. The ItepiMfntliiirNnpolpon nt Ihu zriilih of Mh l l.ry . nt IIih J'liini I'lct- boys, the professors, the lodgings, the fun. tv lllllm MKrutudltun Iiiauiini or At I Ntir "THE SONS OP THE VIKINGS." "Vork, for which wcru inld nt tlio fniuoin Uy Hjalmar Hjorth Boyescn. A right-dow- Bluwart aa'e. jolly story of modern Norse boys. "It Is the lemllne fonhlon piilillcnlmu nn h BONY AND BAN, on of the best of the continent, and Is no doubt llioelicm-- ! lntn LVmhi. serials. Mary Hartwell Catherwood SEALED ORDERS, By Charles Rem3Iot of tho rs!ilnu nun In '!. ington Talbot. An amusing adventure Isauea aliniilUiiicDinl) In story of " wet sheets and a flowing kea." NBtV yohK AND I'M H It It tlm niiMt umiiiili'li iifiliullciil r.ir Iicss. CONFESSIONS OF AN AMATEUR world, nud By Alexander ninlif nt In thi) tgr mollit-- llm iim.l m)iilni PHOTOGRAPHER. nml Inii'Uu' rm(iM Black. Six practical and amusing articles. lun JIunzliiM TIIK CIIUIST.MA8 ..n.2 T. of. a series of KtnillR 1H hl'l'l 11I1I.Y LUCY PERVEAR. First . .'..... ll.l.UBl ItATKI) graphic North Carolina character sketches A llBAUTIFOh COr)ltHII WI.NTKU t AhlllOS by Margaret Sidney. It TALES OF OLD ACADIE. Twelve AIllill.MAKTCOVr'.ll W.Vl'KOI Clltl I)! X'S powerful true stories by Grace Dean wi.sri:uiuuii'K. McLeod, a Canadian author. Tlm tlnrn oiiLiimil In th THE WILL AND THE WAY STO- niiiiilmr idiiiva nnd fiiiliruiM RIES. By Jessie Benton Fremont. asii IUiA.&Vri Mi h Wimi h on ruu- About men and women who did great things i MBNT, VkitiXO jsi it f,oir-- . Wrs THE NEW SENIOR AT ANDOVER. school-lifII v Herbert tua;wntt,'r bpnugfitld llcpublicau. K Jicrrjf Vear THE NEW YORK FASHION BAIAR. FIVE GREAT SERIALS VUiag.UW'KNTB THAT BOY GID. By William O StodHrSonbiiiiTiiJN 5uo Ifau dard. Young and old will lollow Otiloon's adventures and his sister's on their father's Tnx omiifrrMAK mniiKn tontaivs acres with laughtor and breathless interest. A StAONIFIClJrrnilUOMO BU1TI.I Ml I Or JIEISSOSIKH8 JlltKAT I'AIN'IP.H. llnUlfori-'rlidlAnd- " The bnrliteit ef the l'l'l Evi-.nIn- o in the face of seeming impossibilities. S. By L. J. Bridg-nta- n. THE Tho funny .Indian Fairy Folk. PUK-WUDJIE- liHL-Kfi- THU IklXNKTM BUSINESS OPENINGS FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. A dozen really helpful papers by Sallie Joy White. Twelve HtM. Stir. K.in '4IVi ANO (IllllA, CUl'KK. CATr. I'uiakN, Viui-- , Jack tin. )lUr--x-. jinivn AMI) TUUEA Kult AU. OCOAHIllMI 1 U DMoiDKiiYl'ArrmoH rvc Claflin. MRS. AI.KXANDKlt. JOIIrfSTIt War. U'lXTKK, TERS. By IAtu. SIR W. aNOIlliia, EIIOICJI VNN t iiatjiian, TWELVE SCHOOL AND PLAYA new Morjbj- lli niilhnr of, "Jill GROUND TALES. Tho first will be Wedded continued nml a, villi iiUull lllusirnted " LAMBKIN ; Was He atHeroypr a ClirUtmns Wfe,' entitled tilory, Priff? " by Howard Pyle, the artist. "JlMOPa'IIB.WllIM" Votes nud Ch Pruci.q) HTTostsr-carsifted from thousands i Tlio riiSArtRlltorlnlR(.pnrtiiiontN full o?hrlKlit SHORT STORIES by inrlous contrlliiitors Jlha. Santa Olaua on a Voerotablo Cart. urtlcle Intcratluir altlclo on Nnrelilea for Clirlati lias Chtrlotte M. ViL KilanO. WiDun Prttton Otu. mas.an Mrs. Hiivan a Mine. Mr. H K llarrett Drowning. lum nn ertlciu on EIImIkiIi Hew Tom Jumpod Snow-eho- o All the irjtulnr ilrimrtiiifiiU Thomp-DoSticVntT. Tho Bun of nre replete tilth cliolco and wasuiiabfo Lieut. V. V r"mont, Polly attho matter Lypun. Trailing ArbutuB. n. n. Book-kitoho- more DAISY-PATT- Y LET- KW STOIUKH B Qoldon Margaret. Jic. Kate Upn Cisrk C. I'urdr Posrtfy'O BullOt. HOW Htmoon ana uanono x'anza uoinou Sewird. Tho tho Ko volution. Miss lUlcy L, B. Vliord. Diffloultlos of a Darllnp. " One Good Turn." Harriet PreKOtt Spofford. ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES, weltiest Dolls of NotOtl Women. MuRI!y Seward, An How to BuUd oMllttary Snow-For- t. old Wt Pointer, llow tho Cossacks Play Polo. Madame d'Mciisncr. V. All Around a WrnntlAi-Wnp- t. T.l,i(. V. Homo of Ramona. Charles F Lummii. A Rabbit Joaquin Miller. Japaneso Florht tound-UU. S. lntr Kiten. j u iternadon,Sioaneol N Indian Basa-Ba- ll Playora, F. U "The IJamp-toIndian Nine." A Party In a Ohlnoso Pal- aco. Ji K, Scidr.iore. llezekiih Butterworth. p. DWV. 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Ktw Vol UgimDtc, Has lan (jo cenu a yrar) Kor tlie nurury. a year) Ota: Lrrrus Mrui aiij Wjerf Tim I'ANsy ( i a year) Sunday reading an o. 3 ants i ef Ikisur 1 5 eettli SttimtM " " ouo year $rfjn ; FOR THE YOUNGER YOUNQ FOLKS. One Hundred Bubscribers, oiie j eif" 75 eol " Thousand " . 750 0t. ' And for larger numbers In proportion, fiend remittance bv Postal Money Order. d " " " Forty Fifty :.50 mm. tt7 ftO ' k m. 7 40 (i or 'jft fyavo 1ivc tunned. Havo your Printing done ut thin tITico. The publip library which Mr. Clndrtono Is building ut Hawardn U a larje luiildlui with HVo rcomi It Is td contain IB 000 auJ fho rooms are purio$ely built small In ordv to allow of quiet for tliow-whareiisq'ttjem for readlug pdriiow a, prcsunco or 00,000 pooplo at tho Plodmont exposition, at Atlanta, Oa. Both couples 'wero rigged out In full suits ot cotton manufacture. The ifeutlotnen wero ill nt caw, and neither had tho fashionable cut In their but tha brides wero gotten up without regard to expense, Tlio drew of ono wus cut cu train, with V neck front and back and short shoves. It wu made of white cotton bagging and elaborately draped and trimmed with white ribbon and wlduwhltd ruchlng iirotind tha train and nt tho ahouldera Tli bridegrooms vwara dressed in tuittof cotton bagging,, tl'S ccaU doublo, breasted Prince Alberts mid thoVWrts low cut. The button! were green cotton bolbj, Jfrik Losllo's Newspaper, gnt-uiou- ts, Married In Cotton. Two happy couples wero married in tho s 8uUcrlbfor the BmKUCKEMMB Nwg. Wlllluiu lllutk. d story reading world Is greatly In the statement that Mr. William Black is making Miss Mary Anderson the herolno of his next production, Mr. Black Is a writer about whom there is little gossip, because, ho Is naturally of a retiring nature and prefers not to soo his overy action chronicled In tho press. Thcro are fabulous stories told of the amount Of leader-writiwhich ho could In his days pf journalistic work. Mr, Black's first stories were written when ho accomplished up, immenso amount of work, and his continued health during that pariod Is probably duo to tbo fact tlmt, ho has always delighted In out of door games.' lie to an excellent pool player and is fond of various active amusement, Yot it Is prob able that If bo were asked to describe his own dlsjJositJQn bo would say that bis habitual mocdisavwof profound melancholy. Tlio Inter-osteng 'Jews-pap,r. D. LOTHKOl' COMPANY, lioTON. (ihuttui-- . Ml NRO, MUKHO'B Tl IlLIBllINQ Ilovsic, P. O. Box STS1 17 to 27 Vnndewnter Bt.'.tf, Y Addreu and We. ai-- a Prepared to do all kinds;of "', (JS I r I t . " JOB JPRINT mi. 'i -- f. v t tlis AT THIS OFFICE Wfc tf f .,V 3 "V, M MaHrMMlr?ff' Ma efaHaHeiiiiWffl "iiriiiriata'T'laliirrVa MlllTWl Tl Mla. WIW 1BWBBiWBBWBBMHwPIB!!BBiBr5iiiiitlrrriVL - - '' f '7 " tf f y ' I -J .A.Mxmm T7""vf"" m.B.yi THK BREGKENRIDGE NEWS , . . rz ..- -. ... - ," ' : VOL. XIV. r i .! OLOVEBPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1890. tho street for thu mob to trmuplo on, and ,thoy, wero piled up In tho public squares and, 'oet'on flro, and mountains 6t liidig'ua,it wero hurled on them, and learned decreed tho 41ibloi out ot existence Thomas Palno said: "In my 'Ago of Roospn' I havo annihilated tbo Scriptures. Your Washington Is a pusillanimous Christian, but I nm tho foo of Bibles and. of churches." O, hoW jnany assaults upon that Word I All tlio hostilities that have over been created oiv earth .oro not to bo compared with tho hostilities ngaTus't that ono liook. Said one man, In his infidel desperation, to his wife: "You must not bo reading that Bible," aud ho snatchotl it away from hor, And though In1 Uiat Bible was. a Jock bf'liair of thodw.d child the only child that God Imd oyer given them ho pitched tho book with IU contouts' Into) tho Wire, unU.ttirreiiyitwlth tho tongs, and spat' on tt and cursed it, and said: "Susan,-noye- r havo any more of that damnable itufthcrel" How many Individual and. organized at tempts have been made to exterminate that BlbloJ Havo .they dono' itf Huvo thoy exterminated the, American Bible society I Havo they exterminated tho British and Foreign Olblo society r Have they exterminated tho thousands of Christian Institutions, whoso only object ilt is to multiply copies of the Scriptures, and throw them broadcast around tho world! They1 havo exterminated until In stead ot ono or two copies of 'the Ollilo In our houses wo have eight or 'fen, aud wo pllo thorn up in tho corners of our Sabbath school roonis, anil seud great boxes of them everywhere. If they get on as te as they aro now going on In the work of extermination, I do not know but that our children may live to see the millennium I Yen, if there should como a timo of persecution in .whlcii.all tho known Bibles pf tho earth, .shouldbo destroyed, all those lamps of life that blazo in our pulpits und In our families extinguished In the very day that Infidelity and sin should be holding jubilee over the universal extinction there would be iu some closet of a backwoods church a secreted copy of theJBIblo, nnd this Jouth of eternal literature1 would como out and como up and tako tlie.throno, nnd the Atha-- . llah of infidelity and persecution would lly out tho back door of tho palace, and drop her mlsernblo carcass under tho hoofs of the horses, of tho king's stables: You cannot exterminate Christianity! You cuniiot kill Joash - Tho second thought I hand my subject Is, that there are opportunities iu which wo uiny.iuvo royal ilifo. You know that profane history is roploto with stories of strangled monarch aud of young princes who have been put out of tho way. Hero is tho story of a young king saved. How tho clergyman's wlfo, must havo trembled as she rushed Into tho Imperial nursery nnd snatched up Joash. How sho hushed him, lost by his cry ho hinder tho Fly wjth him! Jehoxheba, you hold "In your n'nns tho causo of God and good government. Fall, aud he U slain. Succeed, aud you turn the tiilo of tho world's history In the right direction. It seems as if between that young king and his assassins there Is nothing but tho'frall arm of a woman. Out why should wo spend our timo In praising this bravery, of expedition whon Qod asks tho sniuo thing of you and mo, All around us are tho Imperiled children of a great King. They nro born of Almighty parentage, and will como to n throno or u crown, If permitted. Out sin, tho old Athallah, goes forth to tho massacre Murderous temptations are out for the assassination. Valens, tho emperor, was told that there was' somobody In lifs realm who would usurp his throne and that tho Uanio of tho man who should bo tho usurper, would bogln with tho letters Tv IL 11 O., D., and tho edict wont forth from tho emperor's throno; "Kill everybody whoso name begins with T. II. E. 'Q. D." And wereslain, hoplngby that massacre to put an end to that ono usurper. Out sin Is more terrific in Its denunciation. It matters not how you spell your name, you como under its knifo, under its sword, under its doom, unless there bo sotno omnipotent relief brought to tho rescue. Out blessed bo Qod, thcro Is such a thlug as delivering a royal soul Who will snatch away Joash I This afternoon, In your Sabbath school class, there will bo a prlnco of God somo ono who may yot reign as king forever before the throno; thoro will bo some ono In your class who his a corrupt physical Inher- itanco; thoro will be somo ouo in your class who has a father and mother who do not know how to pray; there will bo somo o&o in your class who is destined to command In church or, state somo Cromwell to; dlssolvo a parliament, somo Beethoven to touch' tho world's harp strings, somo John Howard' to o pour fresh air Into tho lazaretto, somo Nightingale to bandago tho battle wounds, somo Miss Dlx to sootho tho crazed brain, somo John Frederick Oberlln to educate tho besotted, somo David Bralnard to change thu Indian's war whoop to a Sabbath song, somo John Wesloy to marshal of Christendom, some' John Kupx to mako qileoiW turn pale, somo Joash to demolish. Idolatry and strike for tho klugdom of heaven. There aro sleeping In your cradles by night, there are playing fn your nurseries by day, Imperial souls- waiting for dominion, and whichever sido the cradlo. thoy get put will deckle tho destiny of empires. For .each ono ot those children sin and holiness contend Athallah on tho ono, sjdo, Jcbosheba on tho other; But I hear pooplo say; "What's tho. use of bothering children with religious instruction! Let them grow up and choose for themselves. Don't interfere with their vtllr tlon," Suppose somo ono had said to Jehoslio-ba- : ''Don't interfere. with that youug Joash. Lot him grow up and decide whether ho 1 Ike's the palace or not, whethorho wants to boklng or not. Dou't disturb bis ypII tlon." Jehoshe-b- a knew right well that unless that day tho young king was rescued, ho would nover bo rescued ut all. I tell you, my frlonds, the reason wo don't reclaim nil our children from worldllness. Is because we begin too late. Parent wait Until their children lio before they teach them thevaluo of truth. Thoy wait until their children sweur licforo they teach them tho Thoy Importance of righteous conversation. wait until their children are all wrapjicd up In this world before they tell them ot a hotter world. Too lato with your prayers. Too lato with your disclplhio. Too lute with your benediction. You put all euro upon your phildren between twelve ami eighteen. Why do you not put the chief caro between four and nine!, It Is tot Into to repair n Vessel when it ImJ got out of tho dry docks. It is too lato to save Joesh after tlio executioners havo bsoken iu. May God. arm us all for this work nf snatching royul souU from death to coronation. Car you ImnglnoanysidJ.'iner work than this wul saving! That trait what flushed I'aul'd cheek with enthusiasm; that was what led Munson to risk his life amid Bornestnn cannibals'; that was what sent Dr. Abeel to preach under tho consuming skies of China; that was what, gave courage to Pliocus in the Third century. When thu military Dfllcera came to put him to death for Christ's sake, ho put them to bed thnt they might, rest while he himself went out, mid In his own garden dug his grave, and then came buck and said, "I am ready;" but they at the Idea of taking tho life of their host? no said, "It Is the will of Cod that I stiotild die," and Lo stood on tho margin of M own, grave aud they beliem:eU film. "Sou say it is a tnanM, a fpolburdiuess, a faiutlciwu. Rather would I call It a gloHous self abncifatlon, the thrill of eternal sVKW&'tfoti, '&) ptHckfiig of Jpasli frow death, ami rub4W hlai to aoroMaUon, The, tWnl tlKxiaht L band to yo fiwu my text Is that tlie church of God U a good cOn-tomo; FJor-eucthreo-fourtwero-shocko-d NO. 25. THE LOUISVILLE 'x T. I--. G B AUTEE' CHICKEN Dr, 'Ilalmage iii Paris. SERMON OF THE DIVINE-PREACHED Cholera Cure I BROOKLYN SUNDAY iJANi 13i"-- ' 5''jBr lKulr iv vn Mr? ivvlf i -- Tho Text or llio IlUcotirHo 1 Va 1 rniinil lir'SccoiTiT'Kliitrii XI, 2, 3, unit llrr elm ltopori III I'll ' ftciiiBJiiVf,Wo Vnn V " y ,u - ',' r l.v. - "9 It. pf AbntJAli, took Jonuli tlio son of Ahazlnh, ami ktojo him .from alnong tlio king's Kns willed were Main; etna mey Did nun, oven him and hU nunw, lit tho bedchamber from Athnliah, so that ho vraa not slain. And, ho was with her bid In the house of tho Lord' alx years." II KlngSjjcl, 3, 8.. Ho said: Oraiidinotliern oro more lenient with their children's children tliiui they.yiro vllU.tbeIr Olvit. ' 'Jit tb'Hy yoiirn'of aire, if discipline bo necessary, clmstlMjnient is used, but at seventy, the grandmother, looking upon tho ml' one hundred chickens. It is guarbcimvjor pf tho.crandchUd, Is apologetic and s anteed. If, after using of dlsnoseil to substitute confectionary for whip. a bottle, tha buyer1 Is hot thoroughly There is nothing more beautiful than this satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken mellowing of old ago toward childhood. Grandmother taken out her pocket handkerCholera, return it to tlie( undersigned chief and wipes her Bpoctno'es, anil puts, and your money will be refunded. them on, ami looks dow n Into 'tho fnno of lier mitchlovous and rebelll6us descendant, and For sale by G. W. Short, Cloyerporr Ky. suya: ''I don't think he meant to do it; let him oft tills time; I'll bo responsible for his STOP STOCK COBCII WITH bthryior In thfujure.,,1. My mother, with the secoud generation around her a boisterono dnyV'I supposo they ous crow-sal- d ought to bodlsclpHnod, but I' can't do It Grandmothers nro not fit to brim; ud craild- text, wo huvo a children.'' But hero, grandmother of a dliTerent.bue. 'I liave wlthh, a fow days boeu at Jerusalem, where tho oftmrrenco of- tho toxt took place, and tho wholo caino vividly before; mo while 1 was goiifg over tho sito of tho ancient temple and climbing thatowers of tho king's Cnros Conglis, Colds, Hoarseness, palace. Hero in the text It is old Athalinh, tlio queenly murderess. 8ho ought, to havo Cronp, Whooping Congli, Bronchitis, been houorablo. Her father whs a king, Ilcr Incipient Consumption, and trill re was a king. Her a king. lioro consnmptlvo pntionts In ad husband we And her plotting son was extermiAnd yet for tile Tftncod slaves ; will euro whencura. nblo. and rollcTO In tho worst cases. nation of the entire royal family, Including her own HooltatC.C.C. IsWowninoicrYbot-tl- o knives are grandchildren. Tho executioners' .harpenud. Tho palace is red with and tako no other. tho blood of princes and princesses. On all J. O. MENDENHAXL & CO., sides aro shrieks, mid hiuuU thrown up, and, SOLE PROPRIETORS, struggle, aiaVdeith grimiu Nonieroyl Kill! IKDIAWA. EVANHVIXXT3, Kill I the ivory floor, of tho palace SOLD BY DRU00I8XS GENERALLY. ruu with carnage, mid tho wholo laud is under Itcmare Corns, Warts & Bunions with tho shadow' Of n great horror, n fleet footed woman, a clergyman's wife, Jehosheba by CERTAIN CORN CURE. name, stealthily npiroache' the Tmiwrfal v nuiery, seizes u,hii tho grandchild that had SOLD AND WABRANTED BY, somehow as yet escaped .massacre, wra It up teudel-lbut In hnste, suuggles it against her, flies down tho palace stairs, her heart in her throat lestshq lio discovered in this Christian abduction. Oct her out of tho way us quick as you 'can, for slio carries a precious burden, even a young king. With this youthful prize the presses Into tho room of the ancient temple, the church pf olden time, unwraps tho young king and puts him down, sound asleep as ho is, and unconscious of tho peril that litis DISCOVERY AND TRA1H1H8 METHOD been threatened; and there for six years ho U In .pit. et adnltraU1 Imitation, which tuba tba theory! and praeUeal waulta of th. Oriainal. Inapltjof e secreted in.jthut church ajnrtineut. the groaaoaf njUrepreaantation. br .nloo wotd lin old A.haliuh smacks her lips with satiscompetitor., and in .pit of bMttrapUtorobHUm of bU libera, (all ot which d.inoniUat. the o! tb. fruit faction, unit, thinks that all tbq royal family undoubted, euparloritr od popularity of hi. teacblnc), Prof. LoUetulrArte N.rer Forg.ttine is rwot-ntoore deud. ' In both Umliihr.i a. marking an Epoch In ttvdar Out tho six years expire, 'and it Is time for Jl.morr Cnltare. III. 1'ro.pectu. (Mtit pot frM) fire. opinion, of PMpUbt all part, of th. glob, who bar. act. young Joash to eomo forth and tako tho ually atudlod Ul Hyatera br oorrMpondenc., ahowlnjt uud book ukil being jludled. not throne, and' to push back into dfsgrnco and that hl Bratain I.anv finlucan learned in a ringl afterwardi: that fit ior Proapoctum, death old Athiillah. Tlie arrangements are , Ac, and Testimonial i nudreae all made for political revolution. Tlio miliVtSt. A.LUISKTTB, 237 Fifth Avenue, N.V tary come and take possession of tho temple, swear loyalty to the boyjoash and stand around' for his defense. Bee tljo fcharpcuod Bwords'aud tho burnished shioldsl Every-thin- g How Jdssh, half affrighted U ready. nt,tlie iirmed, trump of his- defeudelSf, scurod at tho vociferation of his admirers, is brought forth in full regalia. The scroll, of authority is put in his hands, the coronet of government Is put on his brow, and tho people clapped mid waved., and huzzaed, and trump-- ' etcd. "What is that!" said Athallah. CINCINNATI, OHIO. "What Is that sound oyer Iii the templet" And slio iQiii to see, and o;i her way they meet hor and say: haven't you heard) Ypii thought you had slain all tlio royal family, but Joash has como to light." Then the queenly .murderess, frautlo with rago, grublKxl her mantlo and tore It to tatters,, and wlud until sbo foamed at tho mouth; ''You havo no bujluoss to crown my gratidson. You have no right, to take tho' government from my shoulders. Treusoul While ''he stood tliero crying Treasonl" that,, tho military started for her arrest, and sh6 took a short cut through a back dopr ot temple, aud ran through tho royal Passenger, Mall and Express Boats, the tho battlo axes of the military fellstables; on her but in tho. barn yard, ami for many a day, when the uarses yvcro being unloosed front tho char For all wajlBDJIngl.botweon LouIivtllonnJ lot, after drawing out young Joash, .tlio. ilory tbo, ilegant, unit fleet teameri Il'enilujrjon, steeds would unort nnd rear passing tlio place, '' 1JAMES1QUXIIRIS. as they, smell the place of the carnage. TBUh CITY, The first, thought I hand yoii from this sub. i CITY br 0WBN8110R0. ject Is tliat the extermination of righteous-l- i ess is ail impossibility. When a woman ts One of the aboro fine t Jewbeel steamers paaa' good, tlio is apt to be Very good, and whon up and dawn dally, Splendid accommodation for ataok. sbq is bad, kho,lsapt to bo very bad, aud thla .7 r.abrioral office and 178 Fourth atrect, Athallah iv as ono pf tho latter sort. Bho Jieulsville Ky. Would exterminate tho, last scion ot tho bouso WVf. HITE, Troat. of David, thrtmgb Whom Jeua was to como.. D. .L. 1'lfNKTf', Pujt. Thwe was plenty of work for cmbaluidrs aud ' . Bho would clear tho land of undertakers, Louisville, St, Louis & Texas H. R. Co all God fearing and God loving people. Bho would, put an 0(1(1 vtq Qyorythiag that could ' t nn. i .1 in anywise (iitcrfero vith her Imperial criminality. She folds her bauds and says: "Tho work fs doue; It, Is completely done." I It TI-M- E of that church In tho swaddling elotli apartment aro wrapinxl tlio cause, of Qod, ThIcIm? Ilirect and the cause of good government. That is the scion of tho house of David; It Is Joash, M.6i00o'A.H,iSnBiaji Dec. 15- tho Christian reformer"; it is JouUi, the friend Weet llomiil TVnttit JXul Hound Traint of God; It U Joash, tho demoralizer of Oaall-tis- h Idolatry. Rock him tenderly; nurse him UalL AMD Mill, AND gently, Atlmlluh, you may kill all the other STATIONS, KxritKSB. kiPK8. 1.20pm children, but you cannot kill him. Eternal . ,7.15Ai(rliT...UnlunDoot,liOulsv'o.,Ar, defenses ure thrown all around him, and this ;.., 1.05. .K.ntuokj Street 8.00,..clergyman's wife, Jehosjieba. will snatch him ..Alma Ilouao i i. ...... ' ; up from the palace nursery, aud , will run Pleasure .llldge Park.,..),,' , down with him Into tho house of tho Lord, .;.... Valloy and there kho will hldo him for six years, and Meadow Lawn -- Hiver Vior ; ' ' at the end of that time he will coino forth 11.25 .. 8.ii'..,...,1,,,Wct Point..!.., for your dethronement and obliteration. 12.04 9.KH. ..;.....,, .Heck Hoven Woll, my frloiuls, Just is poor a botch does II.DJax tho world altrayi mako of crtlugubhlug JiPOi Prnnoh.. ' 9,2.. ..Jtrandeuburg 9.30 n.44 .. righteousness. UujienitlUoa rises up and t..,,.,,,..Iikrpn-..,.i.u.i- u 11.35 U.47 . put cud to puro religion," j.,j.i...4i...11.24 .. says; "I wilj just fortyanthousand Christians, .........Ouiton .9,58 Bomltlan slew Jrvlngton ., 10.08 .. ......ai.U Diocletian slew eight hundred un,d forty-fou- r ltJ.iT 11.04 M ..Webiter. lo;53 .. thousand Christians. And the scytho of perLodlburg 10.'7 , Pierce .10.12 .. secution has been strung through all the itges, 10.42 .. sjd the flames hUsed, and tho guillotine Sample 10.48 19,35,. (Sibppcd, and tlio Oastile groaned; but did 10.24 u 10158 Stephenaport ,0.15 H Mm foes of Christianity exterminate It! Did Holt .,.., 4 11.07 J.lSi..:.,, CluToniort,,...,....,... ttiey exterminate Alban, the ilrst British 11T41 9.44 .. ..SMIlMitn sacrifice, pr Julnglius, the 8wUi roformer; 9 28,. 11.53AW.,,, Hwe.rlll0.. or John (Jldcastlo, tho Christian nobleman, 12.08pm ... 9.) 1 ,. or ALdalltth, thu Arabian martyr;.pr Anne Kalo,. 12.19.. .,....,.....,. UwUfflft ,..,;.. 8.01 ,. Aakaw. or.kkiuiiers, or Cra4imer, tiroat worlx ..it' owr,.'i...,...7.'.".,'lM2 . l$$ .. ,...i,. they Inude of "it Juit at li,$l ., '..f,,,'..,..,,!1,,,,',,.,,,,.,,, tf.27 , the time when they thought thoy had slain j.r.OtfiAiT ;...L 8 15am all ....OwsW b royal family of Jesus, 'some Jpaslt ' 7.47 m .vv."..,.....!-.;-'".- "'"' WMld etit,aud Vakotlw throue , 7.J j. Weftttisflwi .,..,, a vry saipter of Cfaris f twer, hM ' 1,M 7.1 ,. ,, 8fHTirk.. . 11h o.u. s a ad ' of dollars worth of chickens die very1 year from Chol- ' era. It is more fatal to chickens than another diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy Utax foiiiivefy cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a' trial. A bottle js enough for ,, iilmr ffTirr po Witt'Tnl-i)e DriX, of Orookl.ru, prenclicd tlila I'ltv today, llu la.niaklnc liii vear homo. which lie expects lb rerfch Iii tho curly jmrt of February. Dr. Taliimge's text wnu: tho ilnuehtor of King Jormii, sister ;F.A.nistJnn.:12.-T- inii'Ke, ItT. & so-cen- two-third- Price 25c. JJut-whl- lo EG Ots. BOTTXi30. Prof. Loisette's s MEMORY naiiina.rtind-wandinngimrtiX- Mean-whil- Arand, Schuermeyer & Heyker, - OBOCEP Packet Line. UHSntli ift'lOK flK - ..lb.''.. ; , hiding place. When Jehosheba rushes Into tho nursery of tho khig and picks' up Jonah, what shall she do with him. Shall sho tako hint to some room hi tlo palucet' No; foi tho official, dusjcradoc8 will hunt through overy nook and corner of that building. Shall sho tako him to tho residence of soma wealthy citizen! Noi that citizen would not daro to harbor tho fugitive. Out she has to tako him somewhere. Sho hoars tho cry of the mob Iu the streets;-shhoars tho shriek of ..tho dying nobility; so' she rushes, with Joash unto the room of tho temple, into tlio houso of God, and thou sho puts him, down. Sho knows that Athallah and hor wicked assassins will not bother tho tcmplo d great deal;, they aro not apt to. go very much 'to church, and so sho sets down Joash Iu tho templo. There ho will be hearing the songs of the worshipers year after year; there ho will breathe the odor of tho golden censors; In- that' sacred, spot' ho will tarry, secreted until tho six yours have passed, and ho como to enthronement. Would God thnt wo were nil as wise as and, knew thnt tho church of God Is tho best hiding place. Perhaps our parents took us there in early days; they snatched us away front. tho wdrld unci' liid U. behind tho baptismal fonts niul amid the' Bibles' and tho iwalm, books. O,, glorious inolosurul Wo have been breathing tho breath of tho golden censers all ' the time, and we havo sen the lamb on the nltar.nud, wo havo handled tho phials which nro the prayers of all saints, and we havo dwelt under tho wings of thu cherubim. Glorious luclosurol When my father and mother died, and tho prop rty was settled up, there was Huftlly anything loft; but ,tboycndo"w"edusvlFh u proportyworth more than any earthly kksussIoii, because they hid us in tho .toinplu. And when days of temptation havo como upon my soul I havo gouo there forsholter; mid when hssnUltcd of sorrows, I have gouo there for comfort, and. thcro I, mean to live. .1 want, like Joash, to stay there until coronation. I mean to bo burled out of tho houso of God. ,,0 men of tho. wprM outsldo there, be- trayed, caricatured- - and !clieated of tho world, why do you not como iu through tho broad, wido open (loot- - of Christian communion! I wish I could net the part of Jehoshebn today, and steal you away from your perils, and hldo you In tho tcmplo. How few of us appreciate tho fact that tho' church of, God Is a hiding place., There aro many peoplo who. put the; church at so low it mark that they begrudgo it everything, 'even tho fow dollars they givo toward it, Thoy umke no sacrlllces. Thoy dolo n little oyt of their surplusage. They pay their butcher's bill, and thoy pay their doctor's' bill, and thoy pay their landlord, nnd thoy ,Ky ovcrybody but tho and thoy como In ut tho Inst to pay tho Lord In his church, and frown ns thoy say: "There, Lord, it is; if you will have It, take It now tako It, tako It; send mo a receipt iu full, aud don't bother mo soon again I" I tell you there Is not more than ono man put of a thousand that appreciates what tho church Is. Where nro the souls that put h asldo fur Christian institutions their income! Where aro thoso who, having put asldo that draw ujion It cheerfully! Why, It is pull, nnd drag, and hold on, nnd grub, and clutch; aud giving Is un affliction to most peoplo when it ought to lio an exhilaration aud a rapture. Oh, that God would remodel our souls on this subject, and that wo might appreciate tho house of God as thu great refuge. If your children are to como up to lives of virtue and happiness, they will como up under the shadow of tho church. If the church does not got them tho world wllL Ah, when you pass away and It will not be long before you do when you pass nwuy It will bo a satisfaction to seo your children In Christian society. You want to havo them sitting at tho holy sacraments. You want them mingling In Christian associations. You would liko to huvo them dlo in tho sacred precincts. When you are on your dying bed, aud your little ones coino up to tako your last word, and you look into their bewildered faces, you will wjmt toi leave them under tho church's benediction. I don't caro how hard you nre, that is so. I said to a man of tho world: "Your son mid daughter aro going to Join our church next Sunday. Havo you any objections!" "Bless you," bo said, "objections! I wish all my children to tho churcb. I don't attend to thoso matters myself I know I am very wicked but I am very glad they aro going, and I shall bo there to see them. I am .very clad. sir; am Very glad. J( want them there." And so, though you may havd been wanderers from Cod, and though you may havo sometimes caricatured, tyho. c.hurph of , Jesus, it Is your great desire that your sons and daughters should bo standing all their lives within this sacred inclosuro. More than that, you yourself will want tho church for a hiding place when tho mortgngo is foreclosed; when your daughter, just blooming into womanhood, suddenly clasps her bunds In n slumber that knows no waking; when gauut trouble walks through tbo parlor, aud tho sitting room, and tho dining hall, and tho nursery, you will want somo shelter from tho temiest. Ah, somo ot you have been run upon by misfortune niid trial; why do you not come Into tho shelter! I said to a widowed mother after sho bad burjed her only sou months after I said to" hor: "Uoyvdo you get along nowadays!" "Oh," sbo replied, "I get aloug tolerably well except when the sun shines." I said: "What do you moan by that!" when sho said: "I can't boar to see tho sun shine; my heart Is so dark that all tho brightness of tho natural world scorns it mockery to me." O, darkened soul, O, broken hearted niun, broken hearted woman, why do you not como Into tho shelter!' I swing tho door wido open. I swing1 it from wall to wall. Come Inl Como inl You want a placo where your troubles shall be interpreted, where your burdens shall bo unstrapped, where your tears shall bo wiped ' llrnveiy Rewarded. Goorgo Grouchy, a salesman In Lawrence, Mass., has received an unox,)cctcd reward for saving a man's tlfo at Nautaskot Beach last summer. Thu rescued hiau ts n wealthy merchant ot Providence, and ho showed his gratltudo to bis preserver by giving him $100 In cash and a noto for $5,000, duo when tho young nian becomes of ngo.. Grouchy Is more thnu 1!0 years old, so that within n year ho will rocolvo a snug sum for lib bravery. tuo rcscuo was accompanied at great personal risk, aud ho did not recover for more s than a month. Tho rescued man was when brought to shore, and lost track of tho young man who had sr.vcd him, but by employing detectives ha found him and .rewarded him. Boston Letter. uncoil-jelpu- (L. B. A ST. i ST, LOUIS M LIJL 4HT L. K. It.) ii SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINK TO St, Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS West and Tine-Ca- rl in Sffcct Dec, 1$; J r. I,T. LoultTlUo ArrSt. Louie 8:45 a.m... 9:00 p m...4:10 p.m. 7:45 t ...7i25 ....9:50 p.m. Eramvllle 2:25 " Foi" further Information, eall on or addreit, " Jack tlio Writer. If Jack tlio Ripper Is over caught, ho or writo a book. Of Its kind, It would be a unique production, detailing tho baffling of the ublest Vldocqs of tho great city pf London and settiug forth tho most astounding career of murder that over shocksho-slio- JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Oen'l Paai. Ag't, Counvllle, Ky. B. L. BRYANT. Trav. 1'aaig'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. j G TEAMS. cfTea. ed tho world. Tho communications purporting to emanate from this red banded outlaw reveal a sulllclcucy of literary ability to Invest a narrative from his pen with such gory .Interest as would fur surpass tho pages of tho most lurid dlmo novel that over appeared, Before tho gallows has dono Its work, Jack tho Ripper should at least havo a chanco to shluo as Jack tho Writer, if for no other purpose than to show tiio police authorities of London that they do not "know it all." Pittsburg Bulletin. Saves 25 to S0 YOU DO NOT LIFT THE POT Ru, S - POURS by lowering lid The part handled Is FOU COLDp vc53?4& mj Q5- 1890. Some people agree with Tnc Sun's opinions about men and things, and sumo people don't ; but ovcrybody likes to got hold of the now.-pap- er which Is never dull nnd never afraid to C.I List, Pains, Dlehl &Co. 1'hlU, Ta. CS?' Futhcr of the Life Suvlng Service. Few of tho thousands who pass him on lower Broadway havo nn idea thnt tho old gentleman with thu silky whlto hair, clean shaven face, somewhat stoop shouldered, and wearing an old fashioned light hat, whom fioy meet occasionally, Is Joseph Francis, the father of tho American lifo saving service. Ho Is tho inventor of tho metal life car, and almost tho entire service is tho fruit of his iiivoutivu genius. During tho past fow years Mr. Francis has subsisted entirely upoa a diet of milk. Although over 80 years of ago, ho Is as sprightly und has as clear an Intellect as most men of half his years. New York y speak lis mind. Democrnla know that fur twenty years Tnc Son has fought In the front line for Democrat-l- o principle), never wavering or weakening In Its loyalty to the true Interests of the party It crves with fearleis intelligence and disinterested vigor. At times oplnlona havo differed ns ta tho best meant nf accomplishing tlio common purpoie; It la not Tiik Sun's fault If it baa icpn further Into the millatooe. Eighteen hundred nnd ninety it tbo year that will prob.ibly determine the result of tho Presidential election of 1892, and perhapa the fortunca nf Democracy for the of tho century. Victory in 1802 it a duty, nnd tho beginning of 1800 It the best time lo ttnrt out In conipony with Tiik Sun. Dally, per miiilh $0 50 Daily, pur jenr...... fl.OO Sunday, per year 2 oil Dnlly nnd Sunday per year, 8 00 Dally nnd Sunday per month,.... 0.70 Weekly Sun, ono year, 1 CO Dr.Bull's Cough Syrup will earn yonr o. Star. Stny Out of Macedonia. Tourists who rush to seo the ruins of the ancient cities of Macedonia aro warned to keep away if they vuluo their lives. Brigandage has assumed greater proportions there thuii ever before known. Within the small spaco of two months no less than 200 travelers have becu murdered and robbed by outlaws, who mako It a rule to kill every ono falling Into their hands, without first ascertaining tho amount of plunder to bo derived. Mora than twenty murders, each ono known to havo been committed by two well knowu brigands, but tho authorities mako little felfort to capture them. Exchange. A tUlESf WTa 1 mars covets. rxamiv -- . SB rrt Ird, .iwtcb .itr, astboti. Only tbM who wrttt tar of toot at OKCvr&a IHSW tb chiMM, All you !. toJi hi rttnralMo ibow our poodt la CY w eH ! bHsrhUt th ad tbet roand you. Th bv (lastlnr f Ihli tdrrn Mmnt mall and cf tfaa nla howi iha ( It radtuld t TUfoUcwtr tttt ftrti Ut apptaraa 4K0H ToCJjIh ii wrv V GoMMrr, El I. - ni:TTfi. rtmnri u 1 I the worlil. Our firilUii r DDqlrIt titJ tlnlriHlucour uptriorrowlawttollt ajendrRKX HisIE! iB rsilMBn 1U Address. TIIK SVS, Now York. coM,aaLrfta.liu.rearrr.Wjwll)alMh.moa:iJwi.u can maa. from Hit loSlOa Jtjr all.,fnmts.nrt,v(lh. outiiprt.ne. Il.tt.r writ. Hot. W.tjllopi'"l"r". UiK Adili.,1,11 about th. Sftltth pari ef balk. It II . Tia4, duubl. .Ut Lit. I'OUIUSU. LS lIALLETrC0llll8SO, one-tent- ouo-tcnth- ouo-tent- Trainable Industry. Files havo been unusually numerous and sticky In some places this fall; but thoro Is ono advantage tbey are killed easily. A young lady hi Augusta, haviug mado a contract from soma fly hater to receive one cent for overy fifteen killed, went to work. Her season's work amounts to 15. This may Uyi now Industry lu Kenuobcc county, but It Is old In somo other parts of Maine. A Lewlston girl once earned enough at this business to purchaso her a doll, a sixty cent tea set mid thou walked a mlla to buy It. Lowiston Journal 1890- The New York Weekly Herald :jfQ?: rcputaiion of Ayer's The world-wid- e Hair Vigor, is due to its healthy action on tho hair and scnlp. This incomparable preparation restores tho ordinal color to gray and faded hair, and imparls the gloss and freshness so much desired by n'l class es of people. Hough on the 1'oor 1'rlnco. British royalty doesn't amount to much In thoso days. It cannot ovon command washstauds' for its personal usoat tho public expense. This is tho substanco of a recent decision by tho British admiralty. Young 1'rlnco Goorgo, tho second sou of tho Prlnco of Wales, Is In the navy, quartered on board IL M. S. Excellent. A short timo ago ho wanted a marble, top washstand and dressing tablo for his quarters anil mado requisition for them. Tho order was nt first given, but, after a bowl from Labouchcre and a consequent stirring up ef public discussipn, tho admiralty hastened to rescind tho order. Young Prince Goorgo, therefore, will bavo to go without tho marbla top washstand and tho .dressing taolo unless ho provides them ot his own oxpenso or royul papa's. Thus is royalty' fallen. Ono who stands near' tho throno so near that two doaths would mako him heir apparent Is ofllciully ordered to provldo bis owu washstand or go without It Is indeed bitter. Boston .Globe, 1 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Is the Best and Cheapest Family Paper in the United States, ,i . , a t NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. During the )'car 1890 it 'Ifl cVcn exceed itself in the variety ..of its contents and its'clToits to plcsuc its subscribers. New features av ill be s added to its regular departments, including w .., first-clas. t &TT.T.TTQrTT?rrirtM.Q s&aJa& IVllkl AMUWk A - r - ..tf its wkli. KoY siMtpiAinos aiir Practical Farming and Gardening, a. Progress a hi . Wnmon'n Wnrk. ,:.i 'Scienca, Stories by the Best Authors, The Jllllcrltet. There Is something comical in tlio way outsiders aro affected simply by living In an atmosphere surcharged with "Mtllerism." Thoy first laugh, then argue, tbon get n llttlo nervous "it plight bo so, y' know." In Indiana in 1S43 hundredsof people in tbo Infected townships, from hearing tho matter constantly discussed and hearing' very llttlo else, grew chronically uneasy, though thoy did not tho prophots. This, indeed. Is tho philosophy of all popular delusions. It Is needless nil refer to Danto glvo tho arguments;-the- y iel's 3,300 years, and claim that tho starting timo can bo located by certain ovents. In 18S0 thcro was a strong movement in soma parts of tho south, especially among the negroes, and finally tho samo year was settled on by many in different sections and withoutap-paren- t concert. It Is stated that 40,000 in tlio United States firmly bullavo that Harrison will tto tho last president, but they .aro uncertain about tho day, J. B. Purko. IT3?10vV?IOr 0T A.nL Address, M)V ONLY ONE VOHIC Literature and Art, Choice. Flashes of Wit, and Humor. Exclusive News for Veterans, ' " " II . I rflH , -l STJ-3IE3?- JAMES GORDON BENNETT, . .,',, (III)-- . Ili:iCAI.II, Now VorK 10 .NiibnerllM! DOLUi) I M. -- no not full now lor NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD if away. Church of God, bo a hiding placo to all theso pooplo. Give them a scut whore thoy can rest their weary souls., Flash somo light from your chandeliers upon their darkness. With some soothing hymn hush their griefs. 0, Church of God, goto of heaven, let mo go through (tl All other institutions are going to fall; but tho Church of God Its foundation Is the "Rock of Ages," Its charter is for everlasting years, its keys aro held by tho universal proprietor, Its dividend is bcv.vcM, its president is God I Sure as thy truth shall last, To Zlon shall be given The brightest glories earth can yield, And brighter bliss pf heuven. Go I grant that nil this audience, the youngest, tho eldest, tho worst, tho best, may find their safe and glorious hiding placo where Joash found It in the temple. Tlio police In Paris are beginning, It is announced, to tako some steps to prevent tho sale of indecent literuturo. Tho "censure," as at present exorcised, Is a mere chain, so far as tho morals of now books are concerned, and the third republio can lxwist of having inaugurated an era of literary reform uidreamed of undor tho second empire. i ' SUBSCRIBE XSiiT SAVE:M0NEY! S&jh tTO, 11. SCHEDULE, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS - Tht Mghtttl cf the children's mapubui? 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Hold cmlj in hm Royal BixiKa Poyrosa Co., 196 Wall Stmt, Ner.' York, weather during the oretAHt mouth, "'U I hft Kr'ftp.tftnnnnft KAwft Wl a ,(rw.-- FOR THE YOUNQER VOUNO FOLKJ, . tVm ccwWanlinaa . a IlAtiViND(soccnraaycar). OURU-mKMEanu women (ftaeat. The Pansy ($t a year. For Sunday sd wtvtft nadta Send all orders to this U, witmrn aaciwiii at MMaJO UUI Forbabyand.maManWBiiXt - tu ui - mb wh an .Uijf ,1,0V . n;l'U t,4)i LEBBERFREBi . , i TQ NEW WHO TAK - m. a D. j KABtMC Mite ai NMtter ,rjP t P fmummmfaasst ci.r,ttiv V&KmtSKWtWhHL WMfiH Or IMS SrtttAL m.v. d titttmmtm Breckinridge News, rL THE CONFLICT. It in npparent there in h deadly war inaugurated, which must evidently be fought to the finish between tho executive of the Commonwealth nnd certain element in Louisville nnd elsewhere. The governor, in execution of his cnn stitutional duly to "from time to timr, give the General Assembly Information of the state of tho Commonwealth, nnd recommend to their consideration such measures as be may deem expedient," and that & ttoAtetMte! """-- " WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1890. "jNO.D.BADBAGE. 5 ,2 Jt-- UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I TN 1 -I- - 1 Early Home, His Mother's Death, and a Celestial Dream are Word'-Pictur-es ROOM! ROOM! ITU MAMMOTH DIBTBIBUTL'lf, I,., St. I.. &T. Local Time Card. 'Mall and Express going Gait ' Express Mixed " " Wut East West East Weil 9.J9 A.m. ..11.23 a.m. 5.31 p.m. -11.2-- Our Spring Stock will begin coming in next month and we must have room, and in consequence of same we are now offering all winter goods at greatly reduced figures. Louiaiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated by ttie LogliUture In 18A8, Tut Educational and Charitable purpoaca and iti franchise tras'made n part of the present State Constitution In 167t,ly an overwhelming popular TOto. - W p.m. n.ra. 9.69 .w. a. F flilsssssssssssK'.tfssssUA. 7e. Ae newa t oiiii coitnr.si'ONi.ENTS. and get all the news and From Dana's nothing but the news Maxim in Journalism. Celebrated DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Fur For For For For For For For County County County Sheriff, County Judge, ThoJ. Adklnon. Attorney, Jndge Milton Board. Clerk, J. E. Monarch. J. S. DeJernette. Bup't of Scbooli, Jos. W. Miller. John Slaton. Jailer, County Alienor, Len Caihman. County Surreyor,F. M.C. Jully. ' Coroner, W. II. Tendleton. Iff A HAD WAY. It is 8a!d that a house divided ngninst itself cannot Bland This seems to be the status ano of ibe Krpublicnn parly' of this county at present, and being tiono of our fight, it may be considered u Ifltle impertinent to chip in here, but wo are unable to keep out as matters stand. Fur the last six months tie g.. o. p in this neck cf the woods has been on the lookout for leaders men of courage and of Rood staying qualities, who could take up ibe doings and the misdoings of jbe parly and carry it to victory next August. From our own observation wt are of tho opinion that this has been no small task. Past events have shown mest conclusively that ihe way ol tho Republican candidate io this county is not easy, nor bis calling and election sure Hence it bus required no little power of persuasion to get men in the field. More than once have the wise beads counseled together both in private and in public, apparently without accomplishing anything as to the great end in view. Within the last week or so, however, there seems to have been somewhat of a calm thrown upon the troubled waters. The political mill ground slowly but surely, and oat came a full fledged candidate for County Court Clerk in the person of Itobt. 11. Jolly, of Irvington Robert is not exactly a chip off the old block, but he is closely allied both by blood and family ties to the old "war hois" that Democrats have stood in dread ol, lo these many years. And a capital good fellow is Robert taking him up one side and down the other, and the strango part ol it is that his Republican bretbercn proceed to. demolish him by anonymous communications iu their own organ before be is fairly in the fight. This is in fact precisely what tbey undertake to do. In a communication to the Republican, the organ of the party in this county, Mr. Jolly is charged with crookedness of some sort in tailroad matters. Whether be tore up the track and rg other constitutional injunction that "he shall take care that the laws be Inith'ully executed," has dared to call the attention of the Legislature to certain supposed practices in the courts and elsewhere which are not accc irding to law, and indicating that the ''laws are not faithfully executed ' For this crime, he has evoked the wrath of the resumed delinquents, who bre rushing to the Legislature, und through the sanction of that body, are publishing io the world violent and in our judgment revolutionary documents, in which he is de nounced as an usurper of powers he does not posies, a political demagogue of tho most dangerous character, impertinent, arrogant, vain ; and Impu ing to bim the vilest of motives. The catalogue of ehnr-gBgainst iho executivo in these documents and in the pre-- s who ore in sympathy with them, cannot well be set forth in one or many newspaper articles. Members of the Senate and House have not fallen behind in vituperation and abuse of the Chief Magistrate of the Commones of striking beauty as drawn by the famous Preacher in his new department "Under My Study Lamp" a i TADIE5'H0M jOURNAt. 2& In the JANUARY Think of it : Blankets 79 c. per pair. Comforts 79 c. each. : Z placo benU lake Juno Klul December, Annual!, rwul lia aiiANii ninm: mjmucii diiaw- IKfiS lulio place on each or tlio oilier ten Hionthtiln the year, unit are all public, 1IIAVIN;h drawn InNuiv Orlcnuw, Academy at the of JHimlc, I. a. FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of Its Drawings, and Prompt payment of its prizes, Attested ni followi : Extra Heavy $1.37. Extra Heavy $1.37. Teas, Suppers, Luncheons and Receptions; to entertain well; New ideas in serving; Pretty table adjuncts and decorations; Dainties and Desnil nrimnnl in the JOURNAL. CoOKtng' recipes are practical, and are furnished by the best society women and housekeepers in the country. Parties, Breakfast and Dinner How -, MEN'S & BOYS' CAPS, 15, 19, o,f. Z 24, 25, 27, 30, 34, 35, 37 and 50 cts. All Gaps at less than cost. " We do herebtf certify a " supervise the arrangementsor all the Momthhj and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company, and in person manage and control ihe Drawings themselves, and that the same are conducted Kith honesty, fairness, and in good faith" toward all parties, find tee authorize ihe Company to use this certficate.with of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." es wealth. What manner of times is this upon which we have fallen ? Is it not timo for us to call a halt and reflect ? gramInstruction in morals and manners; How to improve well in society; Wholesome mar, and how to talk and appear by pure advice for growing daughters, given sugar-coateconfidential talks. fiction and d Side Talks with Girls. IN BOOTS Z & SHOES vj We can surprise you in prices. A Heavy Merino 39 cts. each. s Commissioners. We the undersigned Hanks and Hankers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana Slate Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. It. M. WALIUSLKIl, Pros. Louisiana Na- y walked off with the locomotive the writer doesn't say,' but he throws out the impres-Bio- n that Robert has not toted fair with all members of the Republican household in this business somehow. Therefore Robert is called to give an account of his deeds in railroading instanier. He must either do this or his party will proceed to "call in unother boss" at once. Such is the situation, and as for our friend Robert, we can siy that he doef n't seem to be much grieved over the matter any way in particular. Wo will wager a new hat that he can live without the office of County Clerk now and for many yeurs to come. As to bis meanderings with the railroad it is a very late thing, and more than likely strictly a private deal with which the public may have nothing to do. The Republican par ty might go farther and fare worse in choosing a candidate to run for County Court Clerk other than Mr Jolly. That he is a man of acute business foresight and sees nothing especially enticing in such honors is apparent, or we mislako our estimate of him. Having never been mixed up in politics and being unaccustomed to the arts uml schemes of the modern politicians, we believe this premature attack will have a tendency to Bilence his aspirations somewhat. It will be either this or an explanation, which we don't think Mr. Jolly will take the time or the trouble to make, liut this he must do or step down and out, und he will likely pursue tho latter course. This will leave the Republicans still at sea, and with some important work to do over again. Rut, as wo said in the beginning, it is not our tight. We merely refer to this matter to show the strait that party is in When they bush whack all winter and finally get a man in then it is amusing to see Borne wayward disciple proceed to fire him out, Let the war go on, however, and while it is at its 7enith the Democrats cau.tand and look ficiency everywhere on and complacently enjoy the fun. And, The people do not propose that a faith speaking of Democrats, they never ap- ful public servant shall be destroyed for peared to be in better trim. They are doing his duty. A faithless legislature sailing on smooth water from Rough-creemay yield to the fell spirit that seeks to to Green river, and their rigging all (hound him. Iu duo timo, the people will Every man is at his post and will be heard in behalf of right, and will upbe found there until the first Monday in hold the constitutional rights of the exAugust, the day appointed to lick somo ecutive department of the government. If half dozen or .more Republicans, scare alter honest investigation, the Governor's them up where you may. charges nre not well founded anywhere, the people will do justice 16 those wrongTut: president oi the Kentucky Press fully accused. Rut while they will dq this W. T. Havens, Association has appointed fully and freely and gladly, they will nO of the Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democra- t; tolerate an unholy crusade against tho Gov Green R Keller, of the Carlisle Mercury ; ernor, who has honestly endeavored to take W, V. Walton, ot the Stanford Interior-Journcaro that the laws are faithfully e.veclifd ; John A Lyne, of the Henderson Tbey will-no- t be confused by false issues Journal ; John U. Gaines' of tho Rowling raised for nnholy ends, but will see c'eVly Green Times, and S. 0. Roberts, pf the orlaterlnlo the whole matter. Lexington Leader, a committee to look sooner They will farther see and approbend that after the interests of a general advertising the permission of the Legislature fot these law. attacks to bo read before the body, is lay-i- n This is eminently proper and that body the axe at the very root and foundation should glvo the question their prayerful It is a How nt ol our civil institutions. attention. the very vitals of liberty regulated by law. Uok. W.dT Kelly tbe great 1'ensylvaniatll would bo comparatively Innocuous if Protectionist died in Washington City aimed only at the person cf the executive, but it is striking at the invaluablo funclost week. tions of ono of tho departments of governMr. J. D, Brash ear has been chosen Its evil cannot be dirgulsed under ment. secretary oi tho Oweusbjro Board of jbe plea of criticising the official acts of the chief mafilstrate it is more than all Trade. al department of the government ; namely tho Legislature of Kentucky, sits complacently and apparently with approval, and hears the most violent demade upon another partment of the government, namely the executive of the Commonwealth of KenIt places itself in position to be tucky. the vehicle through whish these nssaulls are made. The What is the cause of all this? governor, informed by the reports of an officer of the State charged by law with the duty of investigating and reporting to him any nbuscs existing iu the conduct of any officer of this Commonwealth, who is authorized to receive or collect any money going io or due tho State, or who has the management or control of any property of the State, "touching his official conduct thereupon." that there nre abuses in some quarters, and Otherwise lawfully informed of abuses affecting the welfare and ''state of the Commonwealih" in other quarters, darps to report the informatmn received, to the Legislature, as the constitution commands him to do, and to "recommend to the Legislature such measures as he deems expedient." So soon as this is done, and constitutionally and in punaance of the requirements of his oath of office, those to whose alleged unlawful practices, the attention of the Legislature is called are thrown into the most violent ferment, and hurl thejr infuriated invictives against the executive into the bos?m of the Legislature, and we find them received by that b)dy with most dangerous sympathy. Wc will suppose that the Governor shall send to the Senate and House a message, assaulting the Legislature for any supposed cause, and couching it in language similar to that used in some of the communications scut to that body and received by it What would be thought of it ? Yet would this really bo any worse than what we see today in the treatment tho governor is this moment receiving at the hands of the Legislature t ' The situation nt Frankfort argues that there is a deepseated and fearful disregard and want of respect for law and governmental authority abroad in the Innd. If a high official of the government in obedience to a duty imposed upon bim by law, when he has discovered what he believes to be official misconduct or practices subversion of the welfare of the State, dares to officially recognize them and seek to correct them, it is the signal for his destruction. All the interests combine to destroy bim. Every legislator who has n fancied grievance, joins in the hue and cry, and the welfaro of the Stale and its people is sacrificednot at all to be considered iu the confusion and clamor of the occasion. Some cbar e that the governor is making a detective of himself, some that he is '"nosing" into things some one thing nnd A detective is usually on some another. the trail of some law breaker, and it often occurs that "nosing" is sometimes deferred too long, as in the Tate matter. Some may not admire the exact methods of the governor. Some may criticize the vigorous language he employs, but tho fact remains that ho has only dono his duty, nnd his methods and language are intended to correct eyils and bring to the discharge of official duly, the highest efA To introduce the Ladies1 Home Journal into your with the newyear, we offer to mail to your address the double z Holiday Numbers FREE of charge, if you will send us Subscription, beginning 25 cents for a Three Months Trial This makes January I st, 1890. A Special Offer for January. z home FIVE MONTHS for only 25 On the News Stands, National Hunk. shirt and drawers 39 cts. each. Red Flannel shirts PIEUItE fiANAVX, I'rcs. Stato Canton Planncl drawers, a good one 22 ote. the tional Itunlc. best yon have ever seen 38 cts. G-LOVB- Pros, Now Orlcan. National Hank. OAIKIi KOIIN I'rcs. Union National A. UAIiUWIN, S, liunk. 39e. worth 50. 50c. worth 75. GRAND 75c worth 1.00. 91c worth 1.25, MONTHLY DRAWING In the Academy of Music, HewOrlenns Tuesday, February II, 1890, Cents.Rf fe io Cents a copy. We prefer theexchance OVERCOATS, T , . 1 00,000 Tickets 1 CURTIS PUBLISHING CO., Philadelphia, Pa. of our winter stock of Overcoats at a small loss rather than salt them away. 7.00, Capital Prize, $300,000. at Twcnly Dollurs each. Havel JO: Uuarters 5: intus 12; Xtvomlctlisgl. CAPITAL PllIZE OF $.100,000 $300,000 1 UUAND l'HIZK OH 100.000.. 10(1,000 1 QUAMD 1 LARQE 6 ust or rims. OF Un. C. J. Walton, of Hart county, has litis. It is sapping the foundations of ono been appointed Pension Agent, at Louisgovernbranches of the of the ment, and this awful precedent ''rusbine ville, to succeed Qen. Buell. into the State," will bear future fruit that The Shelby News Mr. John P. Cozine's is evil and only evil continually. It ia idle to offer as excuse that tho ac- paper was partially burned out during the holidays. cused shall be heard in his dpfence. Cerbe heard and fully heard-Thtainly he thall Gun. Sam K. Hill has announced himamplest Fcope is furnished by the methods nlwnjs heretofore used and which self as a candidate for Congres3 in this must be used in these cases, provided by district. law and sanct (led by nil past experience. Over two hundred and fifty people have This contumely thrown upon tho executive department of the government by died in New York from la Qrippe. the legislative depar ment should be at It should not be left to State or Ohio, City ok Toi.ldo, occe corrected Lucas County, S. S. fester In the body politic another day. Fiiakk J. Cheney makes oath that he is should be at once The knife of excision applied, aud the body freed from the blood the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the City puisioning sure lo follow. of Toledo, County nnd State aforesaid, nnd Sixatoh Voorbees, of fudiana, in a that Buid firm will pay the sum of ONE speech before the United Slates Sentae a HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and few days ago, stirred up the Itepublicnn every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured parly, and President I8jn Harrison In by the use of Hall's Cataiiru Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. particular, by culling for a public invesii-gatio- n Sworn to before me and subscribed in into Dudley's "block of five" scandal, that took place in that State during my presence, this 0 h day of December, A. the Into presidential election. No greater D. '80. s A. W. GLEASON, outrago was ever perpetrated in un elecI . Notary Public. seal tion than bat concocted hy W. V. Dudley in Indiana, whero the people were Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally openly bribed for their votes, in order to and acts directly upon tho blood 'and mucurry the State for tbd Republicans. cus surfaces of the syBtem. Send for President Harrison is charged as being free. directly implicated in the scheme, and F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. now to shield Dudley Irom the just penalCSySold by Druggists, 70 cen's ties of the law, he and others high in authority in the government, interfere to HAROINSBUHG DEPARTMENT, e Viiiiiiiiiiiiii Overcoats for 3.50 worth COO, 4.00 worth G.50, 4.50 worth G.50 worth 900, 8.00 worth 12.00. PHIZES OF l'lllZE OF 60.000.. 2 LAUGH 25 100 200 600 PHIZES OF l'MZES 25,000. 10,000. 6.000.. 1,000. 500. 300. 200. And all other "Winter goods at equal reductions. "We make exact change. We advertise what we will do. Then .We are net spot cash men. So we will do just what we advertise. bring the cash. i' APPBOIIWAIIOX 50,000 26,000 20,000 26,000 25,000 60,000 0,000 100,000 $50,000 $30,000 20.000 99.900 99.900 100 Prices of $600 are 1U0 l'rltej of $300 ro........ 100 Prltos of$200nro 999 Prlies of 100 are...., 999 Prises of 100 ar PKIIIS. Tkbmin.ii, Phizes: WM. VEST & SONS, Cloverport, -- v Kentucky. 3,134 Prlits, amounting to $1,054,800 J Notfis Tickets drawing Capital Prlies are ' not entitled to terminal l'rfze agents Wanted. . Tlio monthly Record. Miss Ella Smith entertained a number Ticket No. 98.4GC drew the First Capiof her friends on last Wednesday evening, tal Pnze of $000,000 in the 233th Grand it being her birthday anniversary. Monthly Drawing of December 17th, in will be an election held next SatThere urday to elect a town marshal. Mr. J. B Tl e Louisiana State Lottery. It was sold in fractional parts of fortieths at SI 00 each' Cox and Ed Thompson ore candidates. tajent to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La. Now is the time for bargains at Beard k One to Agency Bank of British North Beeler's in boots, shoes and clothing for America, 52 Wall 8t , New York City; cash or in exchange for country produce. one to Z A, Hnkes, Cairo, 111; one to In tho condemnation suits against the Arthur Harrison, New York, N. Y) ono railroad, James Adams recovered $418, to Chas. E Woodson, Memphis. Tenn; and Elias Rhodes' heirs $750 The other one to John B. Youne, Hamilton .Ontario; cases will bo tried this week. one to Merchants Bank of Pensacola, Fla; There was a citizens meeting at tho one to First National Bank, Corsicana, court house Mon'lay night for the purpose Tex ; One to E T. Bellis, 2228 Walnut ol having some changes made in the town St., St. Louis, Mo. ; one to Jas. Bessette, charter. A committee was appointed to Worcester, Moss. ; cue to Arthur Bittincr, draft a new charter to be submitted at a 12 West 23d St., New York City; one to future meeting. There has been a great deal of complaint made about the railroad not coming nearer to town. Peoplo who hnve lived In places whero tho dpots were put In the business part of town, Bay tbey ore very objectionoblo. At Leitchfield the depot is over half a mile from the town, and it is said those people would not have It any closer. When tho depot is built outside of town it is much better for both ihe railroad company and the peoplo. The Mechanics Band met with such flattering success in their entertainments given during the holidays, that they have concluded to repeat thorn during Circuit Court in April. In the meantime, howov-e- r, they will erect a public hall, supply their own Bcenory for tho stage, and do all things ceedtul to make their exhibition appear to a much better advantage. This is very proper Indeed, gentlemen; make It hum. ttSPVoT Club rates, or any deilrod, write legibl to the undersigned, olelrly stating your residence, with' fatatc, County, Street and Number. Morenpld roturn mail delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address. further Information By ordinary letter, containing Monst Obukr Uiued by all lixpress Companies, Now York Exchange, Draft or Postarl Note. W pay on Cubbexcy sent us by Express of $5 or over. in. a. DAUrmiv. Now Orleans, lia., orM. A. DAUPHIN, AVustililffton, . C. aumii "important. Address Registered Letters to NEW OKXUANS NATIONAL HANK, NowOrloaiiN, l.u. prevent a public investigation, Tub poor negro still finds it an uphill business to get recognition from his white V. V.. I1AIUIAGE Editor County Court next Monday. Republican bretheren except in election Having been absolutely cut off in times. Most everybody goes by roil. the distribution of pie by tho present adThe daily papers reach us at 2 p. m. ministration, he steps around to the Q Major Scott went to Louisville Monday. A. R. end asks to bo admitted their, but Go to Witt's and buy your overcoats at the P'esidcnt, of t at organization, gives nrgroos cost. it out that rather than admit tho Smith k Duzbv run n hack to tho train into that body be will resign nnd brake up daily. the concera Tho Lnulsvillo road ib in n bad conOld Hickory or Andrew Jackson's day dition. was appropriately celebrated in many cities Overcoats at less than cost at Beard & The ovent of tho Union Ihst Thursday. Becler's. continues to illustrate an important fact Mr. Everett Jolly, Irvington, was in whfch Is, that we arc still ono people, havtown Sunday, ob-- s ing a common destiny and a purpose to Mr. Wallace Foote, Bowlejville, was in ;rve tho tho constitution and the law as town Sunday. handed down to us from away back. Ladies' and gents' underwear going at Tut: discussion over the most suitable first coat at Witt'B. point for holding the world's fair in 1892 The railroad is bringing a good many ia now goin,; on before a committco of the visitors to the city. United S.r.ict Senate appointed to hear B, F. Beard k Co. say they will not buy York Washington, tho argumt t contending for any tobacco this year. Chicago n uU are Mrs. Charley Stith, of Nebraska, Is hero the Ytizo. visiting Mrs. T. A. McGill. The News is indiibted to Mr. A A. Wat-kin- s, Now is your chance; Wilt is cutting of Pueblo, Col., for a very handsome prices on all winter goods. New Year's edition of the PuobloChieftan. A handsome set pf china to bo given From jt we gather ibat Pueblo is a very away at Beard & Beeler's. live city and the Chieflan a very enterWell, the brass band has not been out to prising newspaper. the railroad for several days. Beard & Beelcr want COO fat shouts The News (tas in'ormation from neorly every district In the county, to tho tiled weighing from 80 to 125 pound. Hon. Tice Jolly came down on the train that Judge Murray is the man to repreSaturday and returned to Frankfort Monsent thts county in ihe Constitutional Conday. vention, Crit Quuiblelon closed out his barber Tut: Hopkinsville Kenluckian. and the shop last week and (ays he will go to OwCommonwealth, two of our most Covington valued exchanges, started In with the New Year with handsome new dresses. cnsboro, UuckloiDn Arnica Salve- - The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positiveIt is ly cures Piles, or no pay required. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Price 25 cents per box, money refunded. For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. Bank of Wyanet, Wyanet, III.; one to Niblock & Layn, Philadelphia, Pa. J one to tho Texas National Bank, 8an Antonio, Tex.; F. W. Hansom k V, G. Miles, Moreland, Cook Co., III. ; elc, etc. Ticket No. 40,911 drew the Second Capital Prize of $200,000 and was sold in fractional eights at $5 00 each. One to a depositor Traders Bank, New Orleans, La. ; two to Ol Hartman, through Irwins Bank, Columbus, Ind. ; one to a depositor Now Orleans National Bank, New Orleans, La; etc. Ticket No. IIS.OCl d jw the Third Capital Prize of $100,000. It was sold in fractional quarters at $10 each, One to Byron D. Houghton, Oswego, N. Y , etc. Ticket No. 7.988 drew the Fourth Capital Prize of $50,000. It was sold in fractional fortieths at $1 each: one to Briton k Koontz, Natchez, Miss. ; one to Christian Kebler, Natchez, Miss , one to I. Lieb-man- n for Louis L, Levin, 108 Canal St , New York, N. Y ; one to Tbcs. Boland, Boston, Mass ; one to S. Friedman, 20 Elm 8t., Now York City; one to L. C. Jandorf, lit Maiden Lane, New York C'J one to John McCarvill, 14 Clarkson St , New York City. The 237 Grand Monthly Drawing will take place on Tuesday, February 21, of which all information will be furnished on application toM, A. Dauphin New Orleans, La. KEMKMBER that the payment or all nriics IstrUARANTEED Ilx FOUIt NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by tbe Proildent ot an Institution, whose ebartered rights are recognised ia tbe highest Courts; therefore, beware of any imitations or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR Is tbe price of the smallest part or fraction of a Tioket I8SUED BY US any Drawlnor. Anvlhlnir In ah. n.m. ftf. fered for leu llinr iv'T)nllr. ... H .TftHUlU, .. l n .ln,n ' -- : Y, jfe P, S, C. E. Notlco of Interest to all Glirlwtluii , Eiidcuyjorcra Rev. P. E, Clark, founder of tho Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor movement, will be in Louisville Feb. 7, 8 and 0, to assist in organizing a Slate Union. Tho programme for this meeting is no v being arranged and will be issued soon. We want delegates from every Society In tho State, as well as others who are inter terested in this work. Up to this time it has not been possible to s ecure a completo list of Socities in Kentucky. AH Societies in this county will pleaso report their name and address to Hal, T. Jefferson, 101 West Main Street, Louljvilie. This is For the good of tho can so let overy one be prompt. i We solicit correspondence with any one interested in Christian Endeavor work, Hau T. Jeffebsok, Secretary of Comrattteo. Mm. Hannah Southworlh, who shot and killed Mr. Peitus on the streets of New York a few trTonths ago, died In her eel! at in New York Monday. the are very much incensed a( the appointment to be the postmaster of ot an their town. n TiiKitlz3ns. of Shelby -- City, Kv , Mit C. ()'. poitni-:!- er Watkins has beeu appointed at Owcnsboro. Beard k Beeler want all the chickens, eggs and butter in exchange for goods at cost prices. Mr, Win. Hensley has accepted a position with O. A. Bridges k Co. in tho tobacco business. Mr. Robert Board, who bus beon visiting here lor several weeks, left for his homo in Texas yesterday. Miss Annie Fountaine, Miss Lillie and Mr. Clint Adklsson, Webster, were visiting Judge Thos. Adkisson's family last Wednesday, i 4J Down at West Point Is a well bored for Corrected weekly by Edwards, Barnard & Tho evidence against Samuel Steel was gas, which failed to materialize, but in- Co., proprietors of Central Tobacco Warehold bim over for stead deemed Insufficient to a mineral water, which, it Is claim- house, Louisville, Ky. further trial and' be was promptly ed, makes every married woman who QUOTATIONS. by Mayor Hamblelon, sitting as tastes it has triplets Three families have PAUK TOBACCO. Dark Trash ,$ 1.00to$ I 25. an examining court last Saturday. already received additions in blocks of Common Lugs 1 76. , 1 25 " We roontioned this affair last week and throe and the 1 75 " Medium " woincn have resolved to boy2 26. of the Qood Rich Lugs Bhall not farther allude to the facts ,..... 2 25 " 3 00.' cott the pump, FuperEtitiously believing Common Leaf 3 00 " 4 00. case. thot ' it's all in tbe water." Stanford " Medium 4 00 " 6 00. But we sound this note of warning to Journal. Good Rlob. Leaf. 6 00 ,, 6 50; Rodrled Fillers, C 50 ' lawless element of Pipcbeco. Their the 9 00, Wrapper , None. lawless conduct will bo suppressed, and Tho Very Ilcst That Could ho Made. XIW BURIXT TOBACCO. that effectually and Bjieedtlv. The surWe see our old friend John Allen MurDark Trash $ 2 00 to $ 3 00,' Bright and Colory Trash.., 6 00 " 7 00, rounding law abiding communities have ray, of Cloverport, is called upon to stake Common Dark Lugs..., 3 00 " 6 00, become tired of tbe lawlessness of Pinch-ec- o tbe race for the Consiltional Convention Bright and Colory Lugs 6 00 " 9 00, it no longer. which we think Is one of the very beat seand intend to tolerate Common Red Leaf 0 00 " 10,00, Medium Read Leaf 8 00" 1200. Tncro is a law in this and Hancock coun- lections that could possibly be made. flood to Fine Leaf , 12 00 " 16 00. ties, and these fellows can no longer evade With Murray of Breckenridgo, Cough of Fine Bright Leaf..,. 15 00 " 20 00. Wrapper , . Nominal. responsibility to it. Tbe good people of Meade, and Helm of Ilurdin, the three the two counties of Hancock nnd Breck-enrid- counties will be well, if not belter reprepropose to have no more foolish- sented than any other three adjoining " ness out there. 'I hey will not be allowed counties in the Slate. That is tbe kind of ge Ruinuel Steel PIscharKcd. It's All In the "Water. I.ouUvillo Tobacco lUurlcct. te& ! at their pleasure to get drunk and "take Jails, penitential ies and the country." ropes are yawning for them, and if these outbreaks continue, short shift will bo made in ridding the country of those In that neighborhood, who recounts? no law or society but their own evil minds. men we want. . Men of sense, experience, honor and ability. Men who understand' the wants of the peoplo. No others need apply J W. II. In E'lown News. UtK HHW IlllisssU in.4HBr n Sa van lsssssssV"V,sC iuiuwtkbl rnWjb hiii I 1 itttlcbln tit werbl. Perfect Hiu,kMpr Wirnni.iliiH.jp, Both Udl.t'tDd junCi dit; Willi norkl orkf oi nliM, On VUiDII In fVe. tf.tft.r with our lam nd nluM. lla.efHouochalil Worth l,4,irjsl nuniiDS C.MI. w.v uu.v - ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. sssssssssssssssssssssssKLinssssssssssssl XI cil. l'hrttclani recommend It. All dealeri keep It. f 1.00 per bottle. OeftUtae tnule-marml crossed red lines on lus I'ou ;Y8ii:r8iA Die Brwn' Iron HUer. wrap. All penont haviog claims agclnst tbo esof Joseph Miller, tkeeanJ, ire hereby notified to preeeal them jwcedy proven te mo on or before tbe lit Uy ef February. 18W, or thxy will be foreor bawed, ' ''J AS. B. CirAPW, Adm'r tate ilHUlM. TsMItt MDtM.n wt.ll m Wltek. U AC. All Am warU tea 4d4UMbow what wtfttftJrnifo tfccM tohoctUyotir MMtk tvl ncUhbori h4 tho about ym thtUlwA nMlti Wr?l!MS lit rm ft4thiawtfLrrttM. W.My&HiHM,frtffltt,ti. Aftc yom know Bk w wort from Jl.if t ia wU ttfl wtik ! 4 uwU. r tUftM, ctn rr -- s, X IVifW r 'r - u WJJ1 httoKagaTnfiyr-ffi.T- , "hmf--1- .... 2 lluild (orau houses. r jfrtortJos LtiuAL uittivrriuit. J. night. BRANDENBURG. K. Ditto went to tho city Sunday I''!K nro plentiful' at 10 cantR prr dozen. See Win. Vest & Soti8julvirtisetnent in this issue, T ' ' For sale one pood work horse 9 years old. J J. Friel? Victoria. For Sale to A full A pood cow and calf. Appiv J. II. Rowland. Ji3cKrSv tiUmE. SB " manently entering the ministry, Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs. John any substitute Yeager, diediast Thursday and was buried CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Friday, tho services being conducted by 8AN MANCISC J. CAL. Elder David Stancliff of tho Christian LOUISVILLE, AT. NEW YORK, It.T. charch. Sulzer & Dr6., have put on their second FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. boarding car on the L. 0. & W. In charge We are authorized to announce of J. H. Moorman of this city. This makes GRORGEH. MADDEN, three iq all. J. M. Boll acd David Culley Tor Clerk Court of Appeal as a Candidate to the action of Democratlo State being in cbargo of the other two on the L , Subject ' Convention. St. L & T. Mr. W. M. Monroe, adjuster for the N. FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. ... I,.., ., ....-- g Y. Underwriters Agency, was in the city ' Wo or authorised to announce Thursday arranging matters with Mr. JOHN ROBERTS, Mr. SatterGeld eets $1150 and of the City of Loulirllle, as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the the remains of the old house as it stands -- Both the method and results when Syrup of Figaifl'taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acta gently yetpromptly on tbo Kidneys, ' Liver andIJowels, cleanses tho system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind over produced, pleasing to tho taste and acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and ngrecablo substances, ita many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any rclinblo drugpist,who may not havo it on hand will o it promptly for any pno who wjshes to try it. Do not accept pro-eur- ON I &iL2i& BIVTOY W&ss?$S line of furniture and coffins nt reduced prices at L .D. Addison's, Addison, You can eava 25 per cent, on the dollar by bujion jrur furniture at Addison's. The cheapest man on tho Ohio river. The regular meetil g of tho Dretkenridge Lodge K, ol P. has been changed from Wednesday to Monday night In each week. Mj, Fowler thinks ho has struck It rich in a counting machine, He has already got it to a point where it will add four rows of figures at one time. The roaring pas wells are a wot.der, but none the more than tho (fleet of Gamer's Sold and macio chicken cholera cure. warranted by 0. W. Short. Wm. Vest k Sons speak in very plain terms to bargain hunters through their conspicuous advertisement in this isiuo. Prises tell the story and the News spreads it. Mr. David Standi ff, accompanied by his wife and son,left last Saturday for Lexington, where he goes to attend the Christian College of tbo Bible, preparatory to per- ... ld. action of the Democratic party of the Third Appellate District. We are authorised to announco - to the office of as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to tho action or the Democratic party. JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, Miss Irene Newsom entertained a fen yonng people Monday evening. Thofe present were Misses Annte Hambleton, Alliene Murray, Pearl Miller, and Messrs. James Dean, Lon John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Barues, Hardlnsburg. &. Attorneys atLaw. Hardlnsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY BARNES, Moremen, Jesse II. Miller, W. R. Moremon, Walter Smart. The officers of Cloverport Lodge No. 133, F. &, A. M. will bo installed at the Baptist church this city tonight, Wednesday, with appropriate ceremonies. Hon. Tbos. S. Pettitt, ot Owensboro. will bo preThe public sent and deliver an nddresp. is invited. Rev. Mr. Penrod has been called to the Baptist church of this city. Ilfl is former-l- f of Texas but a Kentuckian by birth and He will an excellent young preacher. move his family here in a short time. Bis time will be divided between this church Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, HARDINSBURO, KY. 5P0(Hce on Brick Corner. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, ,. N JANUARY 16,1890. .Notice llio ltibol on your imor anil IIiIn Htontli. " f ' ' II your time expires 11100 -: Toraonal. 1 - h Jas. D. Jolly went to Loulsvlllo SunJay. Mr. John P. Noon'an was in town Thursday. Mrs. W. II. Bowmer went to Holt yeterday. Miss fiallle Pumphroy camo down Saturday. Miss Llzile Hicks went to Loulsvlllo Sunday. Miss Blancho Frank was In the city Thursday. Mrs. C. M. Bullitt returned from Louisville last week. Mr. Bliss Herman, of Haweyrlllc, ii visiting ill the city. Miss Mannle Hawes, of Hawesvlllc, is vislt-ir- g Miss Suo Sawyer. Judge Mlllton Board and N. MoMercer were in town this week. Mr. J. M. Nevltt came up from Owensboro for a few days this week. Mrs. John F. Frakes, of Brandenburg, is visiting Mrs. It. II. Moremen. Mr. Itlohard May and his brother, Alex, of California, were In town Friday. Mr. Geo. Streaffer, of Louisville, was the guest of Mr. Geo. Jordan last week. Mr. J. F. Redman and wife, of Glendale, The Lrtdteu UollKttled. are visiting Mr. W. 0, Allen and w(c. The pleasant effect and the perfect safeThomas, of Mrs. Dr. Thomas and Sam II. ty with which ladies may .nso tbe, liquid E'town, are visiting Mrs, R. R. Pierce. and two children, Harry fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all Mis. 0. W. Budd and Daisy, returned from Cincinnati Monday. conditions make it their favorite remedy. David W. Henry, proprietor of tho Irvlng- - It is pleasant to tbe eye and to tho taste, ton Hotel, Irvlngton,- - was In tho city last gentle, yet effectual in. acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels'. .week. ' Mrs. AH Tate, of Hardlnsburg, was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Smith Waggoner, last UNION STAR. week. Col. "Dock" Withers,, or Muldraugh, was Mr?. Rickets is on tbe sick list. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Babbage Dr. Milner has been on the sick list. . and Ilawesville. Tho machine shops are about completed and ready for tho machinery. As soon as is finished the work of putthe turn-tab- le ting in the machinery will commence. The building shows up much Jarger than some of our people expected and they are now satisfied that it was not such a bad bargain after all. Mr. D. M. Ferry, master mechanic of the L. St. L. & T. was here lost week looking for a house. He expects to move within the next month, and says there will bo thirty or forty men with their families to How nre come if they can secure houses these men to be accommodated and 'not a house In town' to rent. Mr. It. P. While, of Fort Worth, Texas, and Miss Lollie Pierce, of this city were married at the Baptist church last WednesRev. Father day at 9:30 o'clock a. m. The Lampton, of Rock port, officiating. church waa appropriately decorated for the occasion aud the many friends "of Miss Lollie filled the house to Ita utmost to witIt was a beautiful ness the ceremony. wedding and the bride nover lookod. prettier or happier, Father Lampion in a few choice words fitly Bpoken made them one( then came tho. happy farewells of relatives and friends and the newly made pair left immediately' for their future home, Fort Worth, Texas. , . See.Wm. Vest &Sohs advertisement in ' , this issue. Friday. $fx W: y-- f. V nv IT' I f w i: : - ' Mr. Scott Morrison, of Hawesvlllc, attorney n trial, was here sevoral on tho ' 'days (his week. Clark, of Misses Llda Shallcross and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cannelton, Clark this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Latimer, a recently married young couple, of Cannelton, are visiting at Mr. Ed Clark's. Mr. Alex Bullitt, of Loulsvlllo, who has been with his brother at Font Hill several days, retnrned Thursday. Misses Addle and Julia Ditto, of Meade to visit county will arrlvo In the elty Miss Addle's sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbage. Misses Kate Jackson and Lisile Allen, of Hawesvllle, came up to be present at tho nuptials of Mr. R. V. White and Miss Lollle Pierce. Mrs. C. 15. I.lgbtfoot returned from Sorgho-tow- n i last woek, accompanied by uw sister, Mlis Annie Jlambleton, who will remain with her sovetal weeks. Mr William M. Honsley, of Hardlnsburg, was here last week, his flrst visit In Ore years. We don't seo how William can keep away when It '," frsioa llvo town so long, especially Is'so near to blio. Steet-Newto. to-d- Miss Beck Rlcketts is visiting relatives in Cloverport. Jimmte Brodie, of Cedar Drove, was visiting friends hero last week. Miss Minnie Uo.vle has returned after a brief but pleasant visit to Cloverport. La Grippe seoma to have taken a pretty stout grip on qulto a number of our citizens. A good many people in this vicinity have lost their meat on account of the warm, damp weather. News came Friday of the serious illne s of Mrs. 0. Cunningham's brother, D.ck Elder, at bis homo in Ccdsr Grovo. ing the holidays. Mr. Harry Akers, of East View, is spending a few days pleasantly iu our midst filling tbo office. Missos Alma nnd Lnura Glasscock and At Los Angeles, Cal , "Terrel" says that Mabel Arnold, of Hardin county, who have tbe streets are so muddy that it is very visiting their aunt, Mrs. Jim Glassnecessary for ladies to have on boots when been cock, have returned home, leaving several they go out to navigate. sad faces behind them. Mr. Sam Corrigan and Miss Mr. Moore McDaniol, left on tho 8.b Eva, Guston, leave this week for Sou'b inst. for Henderson, where he will remain Carolina. Mr. Corrigan expects to make at school during tho next terra. Moore will bis home there in the future. bo greatly missed in our social circle. Mr. T, E. Ditto and wife (nee Miss MagMiss Annie Dunn, of Grayson county, gie Cox) arrived here Friday night from was in town a few days ago, tho guest of Cumberland Gap to visit their parents. Miss Becca Wilson. Mr. Ditto has just gotten up from au at Mr. Henry Cannon has gono to Loitch-fiel- d tack of yellow jiunders. to attend school for the next term. County clerk, county judge, county atMr Allison Glasscock, who has been torney, jailer and assessor bare to be electmaking a delightful visit to friends at About fWo ed at the August election. Cromewcll, Is at home again. candidates to au office. What time will The New Year's dinner given by Mr. there be for u man to attend to bit busiand Mrs. Ned Cannon, in honor of Dr. 0. ness when these fellows all turn looso on R. Roberlson.'was tho most enjoyable afthe people. fair ol tbo season. Tbe table groaned unMr. Winchester, Cloverport, brought up der the weight of good things to which all a lot of nitro glycerine last week, by land, did ample justice. Of course the doctor in a wagon, and shot the Shacklett well, was tbe "lion" of tbe occasion. Tbe large belonging to the Rock Gas Co., with forty crowd present dispersed to their several The quarts, which gave good results. homes feeling better nod happier for havpeople stood shy of Mr. Winchester's waging partaken of the charming hospitality on in passing through town. ol Mr. Cannon and his ostimablo wife. Richardsoa-WilsoLast Thursday Rkokcii. ovenlng Mr. J. D. Richardson, the proprietor of the Meade News, and Mrs. AmanThe Iiivn.HU Hope. Many seemingly Incurable cases of blood da Wilson were united in holy bonds of serofula and rheumatism have matrimony at the bride's residence. There poison, catarrh, I). II. I). (Ootanlo Blood llalin), been oured by were no attendants. Tbey have tho best mado by thn Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. wishes of your correspondent for a long Write to them Tor book filled wlih convincing proof. and bappr life, U. W. B. Raider, living seven miles from It costs one dollar and sixty cents to go Atbons, Ga., writes "For several years I sufrunning ulcers, which doctors treatto Louisville by rail now and ono dollar fered with ed and pronounced Incurable. A single botby boat, including meals tle of B. B. B. did me more good than all tbe twenty-fiv- e and and lodging, If you happen to hit them, doctors. I kept on using It and all tho ulcers hire has J'he excessive back to be addedcaused tbo healed." Klnard Sc Son, Towallga, Oa., writes i D. 0. inference which had onaccount We Induced a neighbor to try B. B. B. for of bad roads to tho station. We need a as It pike to tbe railroad. II tho McCrackens catarrh, which he thought Incurable, hint, had and It delighted will furnish tho rock from their immonse resisted all treatment. use ho was cured spund aud embankment which is already broken and continuing Its suitable for the purpose, the road will be well." M. Lawson, Kast Point, Oa., writes I It. built. "My wife had serofula 15 years, She kept growing worse. She lost her hair and her Seo Wm. Vest & Sons advertitement in skin broke out fearfully. Debility, emaciation and no appetite followed. After physicians this issue. and numorous ndrertlsod medicines (ailed, I es n. 1 'ones, of B'g Fprin, waa in town last Friday Eddie Butler, of Hodgenville, is hero visiting friends, If you want to marry, edit the Meade News, Sure- - shot. Mr, David Herndon is in from Dakota In spend tbo winter. Miss Bottie Ditto was very ill last week from a bilious attack. V. F, Casperke, of Louisville, Is at homo on n vacation. Miss Anna B, Saunders relumed to Louisville last Thursday. Mr. Tom Curtly went to the city with some nice horses last week. The hard rain and wild Sunday night settled tbo roads very much, Mr. 0. Y, Moremen, our Clever wharf master went to Cairo last week, Miss Georgia Moremen is visiting her sister, Mrs. Drury, at Bewleyvillc, The river is on a rampant. The back water came nearly up to the salt well. Misses AdJie G. and Julio E. Ditto are visiting Mrs. J. D, Babbage, Cluverrort. Ditto Bros, shipped a lot of corn to H. W. Herndon A Co,, Louisville, Saturday. Miss Annio Richardson, of Garrett, was the guest of the Misses Woolfolk last week. Mr. J. S. Moremen Is In Louisville managing the Malleable Iron and Steel works. Llvis Wimp aod Albert Richardson went down to Irvlngton in a hunting expedition last Friday. Mr. J. W. Lewis and Chapeze Wathen were at home Saturday and Sunday from Hardlnsburg. Mrs. Toney, of Louisville, was down to see her father, Mr. Elder, at Mr. H. B Livers' last week. Considerably cooler Monday morning than on Sunday ; no sitting out on porches in your shirt sleeves. There are a few cases of measles in tbo bottom and about Weldon and a good deal ol s'arlet fever in town. The freight train killed two head of cattto bolongifg to W. C, Mc3ehee, at Long Branch, Thursday night. Misses Jennie and Hester Woolfolk wore the guests of Miss Mary BickcrstafT, Long Branch, for several days. Epr a good and reliable commission house, ship to H. W. Herndon & Co., 3d aud Main, Louisville, Ky. Mr. D' C. Turreatlne left for Loulsvlllo Saturday night, where bo expects to mako headquarters from this on. Misses Georgia Moremen and Addie G. Ditto were the guests of Miss Lillie J. Ditto, of Long Branch, the latter part of last week. Mr. Scroggnn, of Louisville, tho well known mulo buyer, was hero last Friday. He bought a few from J. K. Ditto and W. 0. McGehee. The editor of the Meade News Bajs it appears as if there are but two cbuiches in Cloverport Methodist and Presbyterian. Miss Mattie McGeheo went down to Irvlngton Friday to see her aunt, Mrs. Ferd McGehee, who Is very ill and her recovery very doubtful. There are several prospective candi-didatfor County Judge at our August etection. All good men and capable of ...j)'pb Our inventory of stock, just compelctctl, shows too many goods on hand, even though the winter wcatlicr has scarcely set in. The warm spell has caused many persons to hold back, and put oft" buying "Winter Clothing, thus keeping We anticipate a lively business this out4 counters well piled up. cold month and next, as we arc bound to have a spell before the "roses bloom in the spring." Nevertheless, we are going to rush off our stock as quickly as possible, regardless sale before and during the holidays, of profit. Our "cut-rate- '' which brought us such a deluge of trade, will be "outdone" in the new cut which wc now inaugurate. "We ask the attention of persons who have their winter outfit yet to buy to this notice. Yc mean business in every It is genuine, and no "chestnut." line. Our immense stock of Gent's Furnishings is included in this new tariff. long-continulong-continu- Too Big msmmMmmsmm 4 ItqpThatThief From robbing you of the chance that is open to make and save money. Buy a bargain and begin the year right, if you want luck with you. Jr Proeratlnation i H JULIUS WINTER 'j "Old Reliable" Clothiers S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. Is the thief we refer to. He robs you of time, and every minute ESTATE AT McDANIELS. Tho holidays are over, but our young people do not seem to realize it, socials are still in order. The Christmas tree was a Decided success Lots of nice preseots. Our town is overstocked with mud and water. Messrs. F. K. Rhodes, H. S Coomes, E. R Storms and" others started to EvanBvllle last week with several rafts of logs. Good luck to you, boys. Dr. Robertson reports Mr. Tom Butler qb very low with typhoid fever, nnd Mr. Frank Butler, who, while cutting stavo timber was struck on the head by a falling limb and almost fatally injured, a9 slowly improving. Mr. E J. McJUniel is now teaching at Mt. Gilead, finishing Miss Maggie Glasscock's school. Wo are sorry to say Miss Maggie haB been on the sick list for tho past eight weeks and is not recovering as fast as her many friends could wish. Miss Mattie Mattingly, of Long Lick' was visiting Miss Maggie Rhodes .lost week. Come ogaln, Miss Mattie. Mr. Joe Parfons, of UlinOiB, after spending several weeks with relatives in this vicinity, returned home last week. Mrs. Alice Eikridge, of Ohio county, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. John Mercer. Mr. H. A Huntor and daughters, Misses Naunie and Delia, aud Mrs. Geo. Heyser attended tho "Holiness meeting" nt They report a fine meeting. Lcitchfiold. Alexander, of Buras, was the Mr. 0car guest of Miss Mittie Frnize, one night last week. Mr. Emmett Glasscock was at home dur- VALUABLE REAL PUBLIC AUCTION. Fine you lose is losing you some chance for bargain in our notable new year's sale. Come quick to Property with Storehouse. Public Hall and a Large Warehouse for Handling Tobacco. In a Thriving Little Town. Hotel Widc-a-wa- SULZERS Cloverport, - A Splendid Opportunity For A 1,1 vc Hun. Sold on i'.imj- Terms. - and I must have approved security for the above property. One tract of land I VA miles East of Big Spring, on tho Klizabcthtown and Big Spring road, containing UO acres. Ono tract of land South of Big Spring on tbe LeltchSeld road, containing 10U acres. One tiact of land 3 miles West of Big 3nrlng and containing 200 acres. Ono tract of lund 1 miles West nf Big Spring ailjoining Mrs Spires' and tho old Mct'an's farm, containing 120 acres. The above property will positively bo sold on that day and any one wanting to purchase will And it to their interest and advantage to bo proaont. cash and tho remainder in Terms, ono anJ two yean, with 0 per cent, interest from date. ono-thi- rd On the 8th day cf February, 1690, as ex ecutor oi mo estate or mo. ji. nienuor, deed. I will soil to the highest bidder, tho remainder or tue real estate or iHo. II. .McaJor, dei'd. One Hotel and Storehouso jomblnod, good barn and garden belonging to same. One largo Hall over tho school house. A largo Warehouso for handling tobneco. And Big Spring Is a good point for buying tobacco. All tho nbove property is In good condition Kentucky. &Msm BRYANTS STRATTOM Business College PUMPS Write 1UkH Jierplng, Short Jlnnil, Telegraphy. Jte for Catalogue and fall ,forintit!on. BaOUlCfrVlS-bE- !) His rem Bucket Purifying Pumps guaranteed to purify the foulest water. Can be put in by anybody and is never out of repair. Any child GIS'TBJRNS OR WEXLLS B.C. MAUN, Auctioneer. E.W.JONES, Executor. STATEMENT or tliu llmiultlou of the iS8t) can use them. Will force water to any Buckeyo Force Pumps for Deep Wells. part of tlie 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. close of : lliiNiiicfcN tliu December 31st. $167,'Ji5 25 2,672 25 3,.13S 14 R. J. BASSET & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, KY. Notes and Bills Discounted Bank Fixtures and Furnlturo Banking House and Lot Over Drafts Suspended Debt Bonds Duo from Banks Cash on hand Assirrs. 1,473 50 13.1 42 25,884 01 33,904 48 2J,VC0 15 $21U,234 29 OVERCOATS! If its.au Overcoat you need now, or at any time in the near future, you should call at Witt's. He's marked them way down and they are bound to go, Ills motto is never to carry goods over from one season to another. They must go at some price. So here's your opportunity lo get You must take the cash along an Overcoat very cheap. to get it or its equivalent, Produce. tho' lie also has a large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter Total Cnpltnl Stock Depoxlts MAIIII.ITIIIS. Surplus Fund Undivided ProOts Dividend No. 31, duo Junusry 3d, 1890 $15,100 183,591 10,500 2,238 00 34 00 95 1,801 00 $249,234 29 Total Net Earnings slncu June 30, 1889.... $1,507 29 Applied as follows: Dividend No. 31, 4 per cent, payable January $1,801 00 3d, 1800 Added to Surplus Fund.. 2,000 00 to Undlvldod Pro's 703 29 Added Total $1,567 29 1, A. B. Sklllman, cashier of the abovo named Bank do solemnly swear that tho above statement Is true to tuo best of my knowledge and belief. A. B. SKILLMAN, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this 2d day of January, 1890. OH AS. B. SKILLMAN, N. 1 B.C. UNDERWEAR that he says miist.go along with the Overcoats. He has cut the price on these goods and they must leave. But this 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. FANCY GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONS of Cloverport and vicinity, a new stock of J. A. WITT, F.A.R.IR.-Y- Hardinsburg, Ky. I take this method of informing tho citizens that I have opened GROCERIES & CONFECTIONS In the store house just vacated by S. B. ADKISSON. I will beep on hand a full line of Fancy Uroceries and. Confectioneries, and will sell them as low as the lowest. Fresh new stock. Everything and anything you need. Plcaso give mo a call, sic my goods and prices. DVCFO. irtDIANAPOLIS, IND. OO;, " lg -- m ijj Price, $18.00 at Factory. Cash with Order, No. 71. rirst-Clo.s- C. J. MURPHY. send direct price. are stamped on the UA U 1 lUll prW rjinnui auuuiy you, bottom. ir tiin to factory, enclosing adwrflsed in Strictly Warranted. All bcroml Growth Hickory. Stool Axles anil Tina. Perfectly Balanced Unr Ilcnt Scat Arms. Loup, Ijiiy Hiding, Oil Tempered Spring, ' TiiiH1"" llest Wheels and Best All Over. YOU CAN'T FIND THBH TOR BALE BY YOUR MERCHAXTS, IP va Wanted. Dickory Spokes. OwENatJiioiio "X 1 PSfflrMMr'A 1 . das WRITE US. For Sale. 550 acres of land, in one milo of. Webster Station, L., St. L. k T. railroad. In cood community, in eood state of cultivation, ' churches, acliools and shops convenient. Address, T. B. Ukxdeuhok, Webster, Ivy. 2 000 000 COO iw-Se- r i e Win.. Vest this issue. & Sons' adverlle'menl in X.ADIB8 Uoii , and JllllouM.ees. It Is wire. "leini "a take,All dee.'Mta. kep If" . Mr. Jas. L. Cart bad a light stroke of something like paralysis on (be right sido of his face and at present ha laughs on the other side of it. Such a winter as this has been so far, cannot bo remembered by oven tbo tbe oldest Inhabitant. The grass in some of our yards is as green as it was in May and we have sweet violets In bloom out of doors, too. Mta Lissle Cashman has relumed from New Albauyr Ind., 'where she metwith quite an accident. la attempting to behead an unfortunate turkey fo u Thanks.. ferVisg dinSW'gB', let 'tfc? ax strike her left wris't, mak'iflpa wohb4 from Th!cli' she has not yel recovered. , When Baby waa sicfe-- we gavo hor Cnslorla. When she was a Child, she crtal for Castorla. When she became JIIss, aha clung to Castorla. When sho had Children, ahe gave them Costcrl. tried B. B. B., and her recovery was rapid and complete." Oliver Socor, Baltimore, Md writes: "I juQerod from weak back and rheumatism. B. B. B. has proven to bo tho only medicine that gavo me relief." Come to Addison nnd save 25 per cent, on all your purchases. ITl'iirdor, 000 feet Hickory lumber. 500,001) feot Oak lumber. 100,000 Corda of Hickory Bulls. For dimensions and prices, address, Wheel Co, GREGORY & CO., Zt wi'iNcorrs magazine,h awm, h, writ J and exctlltnt cctntt, litrarr uPJBBBJPJa9llBHBBBlMKX9l5nSSBBRBvBKKW'.U Headquarters for ' r.VHiiavlllu Mail I.luo, Hereafter the 8teamer "City of Owensboro" will leave Louisville every. Tuesday and Friday, going through to Henderson on her Tuesday trip; Steamer "James Gathrie" will leave Louisville every Wed nesday and Saturday, going through to Henderson on her Saturday trip; Steamer ''Tell City'-- ' will leave Louisville for Evans-yi!l- e every .Monday and Thursday. I.eiiUvlllo .V Vcur I.uwUiiorl. Helm Jarre ,ihot and killed George GENTLEMEN. Henderson at a dunce given at Ben F. Flno Calf, Henry Morris', six miles from Lewisport, last moor Waterproof. laced Omln and Creed Saturday night. If is the same o'd story llest In tlm world. K";ln? '!HIIOX. SB.00 OENU1NK of bad whiskey in a very bad man, who WI'I.T Nlinit. ii .ojli-livwshoots down a good citizen lor Interfering I'Or.lOK AND FAltMIUlHimOE. i!l.50 KXTK1 VAI.IIK llrtl Jill tin. and trying to kcop tbo peace. Jarret is sj.vn at is a WOBKINUMKN'H. NUOKS. il.OO and 81.75 HOV8' HC1IOOI, NUOKS. said to be a desperate cbaraoter nnd there All made Id Congress, Burton aad Luk. are soveral indictments against him in Hancock for shooting with intent to kill Henderson is of a good family, highly re1.7 BHOK yOK MI8SXH, spected by bis neighbors and a very quiet, ey bis escape. Tbe W. L. BeWasBreekteH5', sober man. Jarret made father ol tbe murdered man olfers a reward of $100 for his capture. W. L. DOUGLAS Reapers and Mowers, $3 SHOE if "ANl-Ni:UK- I) Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal 0:l by tbe Durrel, Plaster Hair, $3&$2SHOESlafd. 5s&4 Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pinq Flooring ways kept or hasd,' Or4er eorapanied by m& fwewpl' Iv uuj indtid a huffy thought t print an tnttrt ntvil in each rueiltr,. Net a short ntvilttlt, but a long ito'rytuch at you art used to get in took form and fjj front one dolhr to one dolUr and a halffor. Not only that, tut with tack Hunter yon get anatandana of other Contribution, rvhithgwet yon a good ntagatint tttidet the novel. The ringing ttowt which have ieen struck on theguteuMy of popular favor, have resounded throughout the oinirt land, and lipin-colt'- s MagaU stands in the front rani ,f monthly futlUatijns, and is the mast y i itself. - 'fl Bowmtr k Hambleton. -- u' ' al- toorld. uppNcorrs magazsvm. Awwwy cfUihUJin the for full descriptive ttrfuUm, U, rtt 35 els, s4njf!e numtar, &M, jfc pt publisher of thit paper utiscrfptUn, $3.00 per year. renin v.r ff, ' V.;; - XT' TiWniirewtirjif ( r bo m i '.. , from no euro for this loathsomo anil dangerous malady, Therefore tho only effective treatment Is n thorough course tho best of all of Aycrs Sarsaparllla bloody parlOors. "Tho sooner you begin thefbotter J lelay1s langorou8. " I was troubled with catarrh for over two years. I tricil various remedies, and was treated by a number of physicians, but received no bencllt until I began to tako Ayer's Sarsaparllla. A fow bottles of this mcdlcino cured mo of this troublesome complaint and completely restored my health." Jcsso M. Uoggs, llolman's JlUls, N. 0. "When Ayer's Sarsaparllla was recommended to mo for catarrh, I was Inclined to d6ubt its ofllcucy. Haying tried so many remedies, with llttlo benefit, I had no faith that anything would euro mo. I bec.nmo emaciated from los of appetlto and Impaired digestion. I had nearly lost tho senso of smell, and my system was badly deranged. I wa about discouraged, when a friend urged mo to try Ayer's Sarsaparllla, and referred mo to persons whom It had cured of catarrh. Aftor taking half a dozen bottles of this medicine, I am convinced that tho only suro way of treating tliU obstlnato dtscao Is through tho blood." Charles If. Maloney, 113 ltlvcr St., Lowell, Mass. poison is ft Mood 18 expelleddisease.thoUntil tho tliisro can system, Catarrh Ayer's Sarsaparilla ! rnErnED nr Dr. J. C. I'tlco il; 'x bottlei, Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. . Worth fS bottle. Breckenridge News ACHOSTIC. The Old Year Is numbered with tho pntt. His hoarj flight brings the cold winter Hast. Kich day tins left both sorrow and mirth. Old tlmi hat given a New Year birth. Let us not look buck on tho time ill I pent , Dark hours and moments aro but loot. You may borrow another year to nmko It up ; Krcry day wisely Improved can well fill tho cup All events occur in the Old and the New, Repairing the loss, we'll hare nothing to rue. bo gone In the days that's pait, let Sweeter flowers may on the future dawn. ; Hod did in tlij past guide you day after day : Orer tbo voyage be directed the way ; Noble Old Year for your timo you have lived to die ; Qoodbyel Evolution has winged your flight. Moodhye I J. U. Ham.. New Albany, Ind. "Ilnppy is the man who has his quiver full of them" of bottles of Salvntion Oil the greatest cure on earth for pain. Price only 'lb cents. Mothers should never fail to keep Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup convenient in order to reliove their little ones of cough speedily and surely. 2." cento. llurnioii)' ltd wccit Towns ItiillrnnilN. anil One of tho most serious questions before nearly every growing town in the South is ' How can we improve our railroad facilities?" The solution ol this question is a diliicult one in almost every individul case, not so much from the in'ricacy of the situation as from a feeling of suspicion. There There is a feelis a feeling of suspicion. ing in every community that the railroad What would the comis its worst enemy. munity bo without the ruilrond ? Vet people are suspicious of it because it is a "soul We are well aware ol less coiporution." the fact that railroad corporations do not often make a public exhibition of "soul," yet when ft town or cily seeks better facilities for shipping and receiving freight, it nay possible to is the most charge tho railroad with being snullers, then tie m a ml great tilings from it, and follow up every attempt of the road to improve things liy inspecting nonio sinister No railroad wants to and evil motive. deliberately crush n town with which it is Itather it seeks to build doing business. up that town. When better and enlarged railroad facilities lire1 demanded, let the local board of trade lay the whole matter concisely the railroad ollicinls, and then cooperate with them in every way to bring about the desired result, rather than he suspicious and fearful that some opportunity may he lost to squeeze n few cents The idea that railroads out of the road. are rolling in wealth, and prey to nnybody who :an bring suit against them on some flimsoy pretext and filch n few dollars, has put all roads from necessity on the defensive. Out if a representative body of men will formulate its scheme, then lay it before the officials, and both sides work in harmony, much will bo saved in time, money nid good feeling. Not a railroad in tho South was prepared for this year's Nor were the town enormous business. bnck-hnndtd he-fo- re any better prepared. The consequence is shipments by freight are delayed from n variety of causes. Itemedy mubt bo sought immediately in tho case of most towns at least, for the volume of business promises to be much greater next year than it has been this year. Let action bo taken, then, looking to harmonious work with railroad officials and other much deaired results will bo more easily and more quickly obtained. Manufacturers llecorJ, Haltimore. Hie Mn;'o, Hev. P. M. Shrout, Pastor United Ureth-ereChurch, Blue Mound, Kan., says: "J leel it my duty to tell what wonders Dr. King's New Discovery ha? done for me. My Lungs were badly diseased, nnd my parishioners thought I could livo only a fow weeks. I took five bottles of Dr. King's Nf w Discovery and am sound and well, gaining 20 poundb in weight. Arthur Love, Manager Lovo'a Funny Folks Combination, writes : "After a thorough trial and convincing evidence, I am confident Dr. King's New Discovery for Conmiraption, heats 'em all, and cures when everything else fails. The greatest kindness I can do my many thousand frieuds is to urge them to try It. Free trial bottles ntG W. Short's. Cloverport, and J, A. Wilt's, llurdinrburg. lUgular sizes 60c. aud 11. 01), n The I'ulpit and A fllffcil Aporininiiii. The President is an excellent shot aud has a keen, quick eye that wovld distinguish instantly between a pig and a raccoon. Washington 8tor. J,M, i ANCIENT ASTROLOGERS. Hid a'lrnt HnliK. Tho Frankfort correspondent of tho Som of the Wonilerrut Trick lVrfurnird Democrat, Thu Kditor of tho Cajtlcsburg bai this tn soy of two well by thn Wonderful Men. Captain Thomas D. Mnrcum, lato of tho Courier-Journ"I lieltovo," sijld Charles I, shortly before known young attorneys of this section : Union Army, hai osked the question, his death, "that Lilly understand astrology ."Hon David It. Murray, of CloverfjgrN n well as any man In Europo." The refor-enc- o "why is it ?" And comments m follows ! 'In Frankfort for several days" has hern was to William Lilly, who wm well "Why is it that most of tho his born and received n. good education, but who are stout and well preicrved men for looking after some legislation for Mr. Murrny is one of tho flunlly entered London with but a few shilneighborhood. their age, wlillo most of tho lings in his pocket nnd had to earn his living ablest Inwters in Western Kentucky, nnd by Ids wits. Ilo obtained employment nnd soldiers are broken down from their Hn for n timo did well, hut in IKttl Ids wife, real and are on, the pension rolls or trying ho receives a great deal of attention. to tho or alleged, died, leaving hlm n collection to get tbe'rfc It is a fart that none will Is known from one end of tho State and chat ms which she profe-ecto havo tho Confederato army was not other, and his friends will be pleased to recclved.ht n very remarkablo manner, somo dispute that ho will likely be n very rich through tho agency of Dr. Formaii. Tho know that as well fed nor clothed m tho Union solof the legacy proved a cunw, for Lilly soon left his diers wero i tlsnt they were physically man. His wife is a granddaughter to work and applied himself to tho study of asmore exposed than wero the Union troops, late John Fisher nnd one of tho heirs trology under the guidance of ono Master tho great Fisher estate in Germany. Thero Evans. This Individual is described as poor, yet most nil of the eX'Unlon soldlir whom ignorant, boastful, druuke'h mid knavish, were two German brothers, one of seem to bo suffering from injuries and dis but ho was credited with power' to call up spirits, was n Count with nn immense property. ease from thoir service, whiln tho Confedrestore stolen property aud discover secrets. earerates are robust and look ns though they The other was also wealthy, but at an Lilly mado considerable progress came to America not very dcslrnblo tutor nnd soon under this ly age tho young man o would bo ablo for soveral years' good began to willclaim suicrnatural power for himself. In in the field wero it required of them. and settled at Dmvillo. Tho Count died lSttl he,prlntd n collection of prophecies However, there are tnnny who believe that ed his properly to his brother and which ho called "Atiuila; or, Tho Whlto brother settled at Danville, soldiers would he stouter and The American the ICIng's Prophecy." This attracted great atlived more robust and prosperous In the various married, and there his threo sons tention mid encouraged hlm to further literMrV nil many Children. ary effort. On ono occasion about this timo nvocalions of life if thrro worn no pension died, leaving in Lilly and a follow astrologer named Booker attachments to alleged disability incurred Murray's wifo is ono of tho granddaugh ,f wero summoned to tho headquarters to Gen. whilo in service. It seems to be more try- ters nnd is heir to about Fairfax. Tho men wcr6 hold In much esteem nt tho time, nnd their journey to Windsor ing on a man's constitution to be loyal to a third of an estnto valued roughly at was frequently Interrupted by presentations The heirs all meet in Louisville the Government than it was to be a Itebel of addresses. Tho general himself In saluting when Some how tliero is somethim? about tho nt the Louisville Hwtol February 8, his guests said they sought not themselves. a campaign will bo mnpped out lor the ibut tho welfare and tranquility of tho good m titer 'hat needs explnna inn." war with German courts nnd the German 'peoplo and wholo nation, and for that end wero rosolyod to sacrlflco both their lives nnd l!ORlla Empire." i their fortunes. As for tho art they studied, The transition from long, lingering and STOP TO LOOK AT HIM. TIIKY Al.l. ho himself understood It not. but doubted not pninful sickness to robust health marks an "Among the delegates from Western they both feared God, and La therefore bad Such Kentucky there is one new member at leact n good opinion of them both. epoch in tho life of thn individual. Lilly mado vecy largo sums out of his asa rcmarkablo event is treasured in tho who will attain prominence on the lloor of trology business, nnd was always prepared to memory nnd the agency whereby the good the lower house. lie is the Hon. Henry provo, first, that every prophecy ho mado health has been attained is gratefully blessMason, the member from Hancock. Mr, was fulfilled, aud second, that bo had foro ed. Hence it is that so much is heard in Mason is a modest young man, having told every ovont Some of his almanac predictions wero marvels of obscurity, and wero pralso of Electric Hitters. So many feel never before asked for office, although he so general in their character that thoy could they owe their restoration to health, to tho could have commanded, at any time, nny safely bo applied to nny subsequent event If office within the gift of his use of the Great Alterative nod Tonic. constituents. Threo yean beforo Charles was beheaded you are troubled with any disease of Lilly wrote that "boforo long" n king would Hut for the past six years he has been condie. When tho king was beheaded Lilly Liver or Stomach, of long or short tented with his law practice which, by reathanked God for having allowed him to foro-tc- ll standing you will mrelj find relief by use son of the young roan's ability and conthe event When his second wlfo died ho Sold at 60c. nnd $1 Electric Hitters. of gavo expression to no feelings of grief, extinued successes, has grown until it exper bottle nt G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky in tho plaining that ho mourned when tho future tends to almost every court-houwas revealed to hlm. Tho horoscopo showed nnd J. A. Witt's, Hardinsburg, Ky. western portion of tho State, him his thiid wife and his period of widower-hoo- d woj very brief. Ho claimed to have Mr. Maeon is uu attractive man and one for the filrlN. for whom almost any one would slop for a foretold tho restoration of Char1 II, tho plaguo und fire of London, mid, Indeed, The Ladies' Homo Journal given this second look This term in the Legislanearly every ovent of his time. Finally bit of advice to girls about their phototure marks an era in his political future. Lilly went Into too country and workod up a graphs : Intellectually he is far in ndvanco of bis largo practice as a faith healing physician. "Learn to say no when asked for your Among thoso disconcerted by Lilly's asyears, and it is only a matter of a short sumption of power nnd his unmitigated imphotograph by some one not especially time when he will bo recogr.ized ns a leadpudence was ono William Hodges, a country dear to you. There is in that little word schoolmaster with a great reputation for beer in S'ato much that will protect you from evil ing ablo to read futuro happenings In tho tongues. glass. For a. long timo Hodges honored the Learn to think that your face in Go to G. W. Short for "C. C. C. Certain to sacred to decorate the apartment of Cough Cure." Cures Coughs, Colds nnd man; then ho maligned him, and finally ha admitted thnt Lilly could do moro with tho Tom, Dick nnd Harry, no matter if each all Throat and Lung diseases. stan than ho could with tho crystal. Hodges one of the three is one of the pleasant felprofessed to havo frequent Interviews with IVrsmml Itnonincr. tho Angel Gabriel, Raphael and Aries ar"d lows in the world. When tl e sun imprintIll traveling through Persia some fifteen bis only regret was that ho could not predict ed in black nnd white just how sweet and years ngo, Mr. Hollow, an English engineer, many victories for tho royalists, with whom how dainty you look it did not mean that ho very heartily sympathized. Ono John found tho people of nlmost every rank willthe picture should lmvo incense in the ing to admit mid to lament thoir igiioranco. Scott, In tho employ of Lilly, onco spent a shape of tobacco srankn, or dubious praise A nativo nlliciul whom ho met explained how few days with Hodges. Tho latter produced his favorite glass, nnd Scott, looking into !it Inof your points it Is that tho Kuglisli are so much better in the form of a di cus-io- n said: formed. rendered to it. (live away jour picture "I seo n ruddy complcxloucd wench in a "You go riding along nnd como to a vilwith discretion. Remember that Rome lage. To tbo llrst man you meet In It you red waistcoat, drawing n cau of beer." "Sho will bo your wlfo," cried Hodges. Buy, 'What do you call that hill?' mid ho day will come along Prince Chinning, "You aro mistaken, sir," rojoiuod Scott gives yo.i Its name. Out comes your notewho will have a right, the right owned by book and loun go tho named, and by anil by "So soon as I como to London I am engaged the master ol tho heart, to nek for the all tho world knows that thcro is micIi a hill to. marry" a tall gentlewoman In tho Old counterfeit presentment of 30ur.self after near such a village, a fact nobody cImj in the Bailoy." "You will marry tho red wpman," replied he knew that he is going to have tho reM country Is uwaro of except tho inhabitants Hodges with nn nlrof impcrturbablo assurof the actuul locality. girl for his own. Think iiow mortified you "Uy way of Illustration I will tell you what ance, which subsequent events amply justiwould be if he should discover that the occurred to mo many years ago, when, as a fied. When Scott arrived at the Old Bailoy ho found that tho tall gcntlowoman had taken giving away of your photograph had bpcn young man, I went toHuugalorovtltha batch to almost as general as the invitations to of horses for sale. An English officer who ho herself another husband. Two years later was traveling in Kent and called at a way-M- o spoko Persian uvked mo ono day about my your New Year's party. Th'nk how he country, and when I told him tho nninoof hostelry for light refreshments, Tho will feel if ho sees your face looking over my villngo ho turned It up In his map and young lady who brought in his crust of bread and picco of clieaso and tho tankard of homo the mantle-shel- f in Dick's room Dick said: " 'Yes, I nh). 1 hero Isa placo near It called browed nlo was conspicuous for having red whom ho knew to be u hruggart, and u hair and a red waistcoat, and was tho origiGanda China.' man for whom he lias tho utmost con" 'No,' said I, 'thero Is no such placo near nal of tho picturo bo had seen in tho glass. Tho sequel may bo imagined. It, nor oven in the country.1 tempt1 Then just loarn to say no. Don't " 'Thero must be,' maintained ho. Another story about Hodges shows bow Imdisplay your photographs to your men "Well, considering I know my own coun- plicitly his neighbors believed in him. Ono friends, nnd you will not haye this untry best, 1 thought It uscles arguing the of those neighbors lost his horso and consultpleasant task; but if you should do it, point, so I lomuiiicd silent, allowing him to ed tho astiologer. Hodges consulted tho havo his own way. When I returned home glass, said ho could see the horso at a certain nnd have not tho courage to say the Utile niul recounted my adventures In tho Deccan, placo aud domxndod his fee. The neighbor monosyllable, be wise and refer them to I mentioned tills circumstance, with no very went as directed and found his horse. Subpapa. flattering allusion to tho English officer's per- sequently he planned a joko on nodgos. Leaving his horse in chargo of a boy, bo visitsistent obstluucy. "'You are wrong, Shah Sahib,' said two ed tho astrologer and told hhn ho had not re.ViimiI 4'uiiirrli. or three- voices, 'Ganda China is tho briny covered tho horse. Hodges oxposod tho trick Mr. T. A Williams a lending dry goods Ik nt tho further end of tho hollow behind nnd added: "Now, you have lost your horso merchant of Spartanburg, S. C , writes unnnd will nover seo it again." "Neither boy our hill.' " 'Well,' said I, 'I nover know that liefore.' nor horso," says Hodges' biographer, "was der dato of Nov. 8, 1888 "For years I had a severe case of nasnl catnrrh, with all the So tho English oUlcer, you see, know what I over seen again." Lilly seems to havo had several partnors at did not of my uatlvo place." Youth's Comdisagreeable effects which belong to that panion. various stages of his career. Ono of these disease, which make life painful nnd upwas tho John Scott already mentioned, and whoso great forto was finding lest bodies or M)tln of the Departed. most unc'rfflurable. I used medicine Long nftcr Itonaparte had boon doad and treasures by nid of divining rods. There was leading physiciuns, and sugburied, and his hoart, to uso Sir Lucius a great deal of talk at tho timo about a trcas-ur- o gested by numbers of friendn, but without having been buried in tho cloister at O'Trigger's exprcsnlou, "pickled and sent getting any belter. In tho fall of 1887 I home," tho veterans of tho grando ariuco con- Westminster Abbey, nnd, tho requisite perbegan taking Swift's Specific (S. S. S ) It tinued to believe that their enieror was still mission having been obtained, Scott wont to work to find it Lilly was present in tho cahad the desired effect, and cured me after alive and would return some day to lead on pacity of general advisor and ho gives a full tho French eagles again to victory. This sutaking n few bottles. In my opinion perstition gave occasion to a heartless practi- account of tho proceedings. Tho regulation hazel rods wero placed round about tbo Swift's Specific (S. S. S ) is the only cal Joke. Thero was quartered in n provino cial town of Frauco a veteran of tho Old cloister and those on the west side turned cno now in use that will effect n permaGuard, who was firmly convinced of thu fu- over tho other, "a proof," according to Lilly, nent cure of catarrh. "that the treasuro was hid there." Buro ture coming of tho emperor, and would upon thU topic at n cafe ho used to fre- enough, after digging down six feet, a coffin Tormviillsitr Iuiii. quent at such a length as alternately to was found, but for some reason it was not I had nti attack of rheumatism which ninuso and boro a party of young men whom opened. Tho Investigation was cwtlnued unclung to me with persistence for nearly ho used to meet tliero, and who would often til a torriflo wind aro5, frightening tho draw tho old man out. Ono day it bocamo searchers almost out of their lives. The canfour yea, defying all the remedies predles aud torches all weu( out, tho rods reknown to them that a certain relative of N& scribed by physicians, und numbers of rmleoiij who Iwro a striking roscmblauco to fused to work and thero wero various eviother medicines which I took I waB conhim, would enter tlia town that night in com- dences of tho presonco of demons. Tho work bad to bo hurriedly abandoned for fear that tinually troubled with tormenting pains. mand of a detachment of troops. Seeing nn opportunity of Indulging In a "most iart of tho abbey church would blow I finally concluded to givo up all other joke at tho old man's expeuso, thoy told him, down," Exchange. treatment, nnd went to tho drui? inr nt as a great secret, that his ho)cs wero about to bo realized, and that, if ho doslrcd to witDr. J. Franklin, in this city a here, I purA new suletltute for coffee may turn up in a berry known as "gnertaora." Tho British chased a bottle of S. S. S. Alter taking ness tho emperor's return, ho should got him-seplaced on duty that night at tho gato of consul at Reunion says that at one timo ho several of which, I was perfectly cured. 1 tho town. Tho veteran did so, and, palpitathas received many letters from merchants in Lttvo been well of the disease since last ing with joy and expectancy, awaited tho England asking for information respecting a January. I consider S S. 8 n blessing to appointed hour. It camo, tho sound of shrub then called "mussaonda,"the discovery drums approached, tho troops entered tho of which, it had been said in somo commerall nlllicted with rheumatism. placo, and nt their henl rodo ono whoso calm cial journals, would deal a severe blow to tho 8. R JORDAN, faco aud clear cut features awakened in tho coffee and chicory trade. About two yean old soldier's mind memories of tho glorious ago a rumor was tprcad that tho berry of 23 Ilroad St , Nashville, Tenn. past In nn agony of joy ho exclaimed this shrub could be advantageously employed "CYst lull" ho dropped his musket, thraw as n substitute for coffee and chicory. It Uonlil Scut-col)- Walk. grows to about ten feet high, has very fow In the year 18P5 I had a severe attack up his arms, aud with n cry of "Vivo fell dead. Qcntlumau's Magazine. leaves aud Itu branches aro wide apart Tho of rheumatism which so afTected me that I berries do tiot grow all along tbo branches, as is the caso with coffee, but in bunches at could scarcoly walk for several months. I Kcprouuctltm of ISactcrlu. i their cxticmitles. tried numbers of remedies, but without afAs regurds tho reproduction of tho bactefording me any relief. 1 was induced to ria, many of them cau doublo their numbers Frogs nro Improving try S S S After taking several bottles I every hour when placed In tho best condi- world, and aro evidently with eho rest of tho developing a capations for thoir nutlvlty. In such circumwas completely cured and odco again able stances, then, a single bacterium would, in bility for turning tho tables on thoir persecuto attend to my business. twenty-fou- r From experihours, produco no less than tors. Ono of tho frogs put into the snako Hishours cago nt the Worcester (Mass.) .Natural swal-lowence I can safely say that S. 8. S, is tbo 10,TT7,!iiO. At tho end of forty-eigh- t tory museum to bo swallowed, turned tho offspring would amount to USIjOO.OOO,-00best rheumatism medicine in the world. and "absorbed" so much black snako and would fill a half pint measure all tKilsg pulled from M. Sksskk Abbeville, 8 C produced in two days from aslnglo germ that the latter died after measuring of nn Inch. Fortunately, tho fighting frjg. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases however, baotcrla pan rarely so propagate mailed freo, Married hi Cotton. themselves, they moot with all BorU of drawSWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, Ga. Two happy couples wero married In tho backs, and thus, In splto of their enormous fertility, tho survivors are in a general way presenco of 00,000 peoplo at tho Piedmont exposition, at Atlanta, 6a. Both couples wero nato keep up a fair balance Ami lir.itf llvur wlittro KUit, Too. only enoughdiseases producing bacteria,in rigged out in full suits of cotton manufacture. The "Drugs con bo made of almost anjthirg, ture, Tho gcntlomon wero ill at case, and havo no claim irpon" our forbearance, and in tlieso the enormous fecundity we can- neither hud tho fashionable cut In their garnow." remarked Gilroy. i not too closely contemplate. Somo, like tbo ments, but tho brides were gotten up.without "For instance added Lirkinn. bacteria of tuberculosis und glanders, prop- regard to expense, Tbo dress of ono was cut "Skates and sleds are drugB in tho agate themselves '.lowly, but the great ma- en train, with' V neck front and back and Y Sun. jority of the bacteria causing animal plagues short sleeves. It was mado of whlto cotton bagging and elaborately draped and trimmed will, In favorable cases, double their numWith will to ribbon and wldo white niching bers hourly. No, v York Telegram. ' C. C 0. Certain Cough dire" is not around tho train and at the shoulders. Tho If bridegrooms wero dressed in suits of cotton 'the best remedy you lmvo over used for Tho puUlo library which Mr. Gladstono Is bagging, tho coats doublo brcastod Prince Coughs and Colds your monoy will bj re.1 butldltig at Hawnrdt-- n Is a largo building Alberts and the vests low cut Thu buttons ' with five roomi. It Is to eontnm Hl.OOQ vol wore green cotton boll. Frank Leslie's funded, Newspaper, times, and Uiq rooms aro purposely built small In order to allow of qulot for thoso who Have your Printing done nt this office. pufpoJes. are to uatttyim f6r Subecribcfor tbeBRECKEKRinae News, Why Is III in ODDS AND 'A3. 1 Tho population of Japan Is just under Tho German relchstag has voted to exempt students of theclogy from military service. Tho South Dovon hounds took their followers a miles lately, tho of twenty-llvfox dually Mug loft to continue his gallant run in the darkness, Tho jvipal noldicrn havo given up their former headdress nnd wear helmets after tho jwittcrn In uso In tho German army. Tbo rest of their uniform remains unaltered. Tho Sandwich Islander's plpo is mado of virgin eotk lined with meerschaum, and Is curious by reason of tho Jwittcrn on tho cork mado by tho Insects that feed on tho trees. It Is like delicato laco work. Tho last return Of English naval courts martial shows that an ordinary seaman was sentenced to eight ycara' penal servitude for striking an officer and two others condemned to flvo years' jioiial scrvltudo for n similar offence. A gentleman In Indiana who was so Indiscreet as to !envo$S0,000 for the establishment of a homo for maiden ladles, has been adjudged Intiaiio by tho courts and the will is to bo set aside. During tho year ending Oct 31 tliero wero no fewer than 4S0 suicides In tho army, of which twenty-thre- o wero officers, nnd tho remainder officers aud privates. Tho Calcutta Publlo Health HOclctyaro agitating for legislation to prohibit lepora being employed In washing clothes or preparing any sort of food. Tho nativo population, however, objects to tho law affecting any but paupers. By tho spirometer (or lung test) tho nvcr-ag- o lung capacity when corsets wore worn was 13t cubic Inches; when tho corsets wero removal the test showed an average lung capacity of 1(17 cubic Inches; a gain of 33 cubic inches. Rolicrt Giffen has read a pajcr licforo tbo Royal Statistical Society of England In which Id estimates the wealth of tho United Kingdom in 1885 at 10,000,000,000. This would givo euch Inhabitant JC370, Making a comparison of tho richest threo nations of tho world Mr. Giffen finds that tho wealth per head of population stands as follows: Great Britain, VJO; France, 100; tho United States, o Austro-Hungnrian What Is eer-vl- co KgASTORIAl 1 d nrcgorlo or KarooUp Syrnps. CtdlilrM. cry for Oatoria. ' of Mothor Moss CafctoTSI " Mil-H- on Cnstorla cures Colic, Constipation : lotij oleep ; also aldri digestion Without narcotic stupefaction. aire healthy J ser-vic- Tim complaint, as imrwrior to nny prvRcrlption known td me." II.A. Ahcinn.Jf.D.. ill uxioru BU, Brooklyn, N.Y. Centaur Coumkt, 77 Murray St, New York. "I recommend Castoria for chllilrenVi !. mtonmamHmanmiwttuwwwfflinfl ' (TOERMCKER, GILMOEE & CO.. $31,-000,0- Wholesale Grocers i 31 c& 321 "W. 1b.1tl St-- , LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. FULTON AVE. BREWERY, :E-va,rL-srille, Kld-noj- IrLd-Brewe- rs and Bottlers of 100. se Tho standard of size for a lady's watch Is little over an inch In diameter. A lady's watch usually has a hunting caso or a half hunting case, a circular opening In tho center of tbo lid showing tho hands, and figures are cnaipoled on tho outside; thus thu timo is Chatelaine watches usually havo open faces. In somo cases tho monogram of tho owner Is engraved In long, slender letters on, the outsido of the smooth case, or tho watoh is elaborately decorated In enamels or jewels. Tho wlfo of Goorgo Kennan is, like tho wives of so many literary men, the busiest member of the domestic firm. Belli); without 'children, sho devotes her wholo timo to tho interest of hot- - husband, has solejihargo of tho salo, distribution mid receipts from his work, nnd acts as prlvato secretary, banker, reviser, critic and translator. She is a fow years hor husband Junior, a companion and copartner as well as wife, and a lady of strong character and groat personal attractseen without opening thu watch. PILSEMfl&EXPOBT Messrs. Gregory & Co. Cloverport, Ky Agents, In GALT HOUSK LOUISVILLE, KY. The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City. Ratos, $2.50 to $4.00 Per Day, According to Rooms. and Russian Baths in Hotel. lTtirkish iveness. At Atlanta, two well dressed men stopped on tho corner of Broad aud Marietta streets and began pointing upward, ono of them often pointing to a telophono wire with his cano, as if trying to make his companion see something ho was looking at Tho other shaded his eyes with his hands, but shook his head, at whicii the first man mentioned caught him by tho arm and led him backward a fow steps. Thoy kept up their nntics until a b'g crowd collocted. Finally, when asked, they said: "Wo wero just experiment-lu- g to see how many gaping idiots we could collect in ten minutes." The Belglquo Mllitalro in its last number described exerimeiits mado with the defensive cupola, designed to protect guns of largo caliber against artillery lira The trials w ere carried out at Antwerp, at Forts Pbillppo and Santo Mario. Tho cupola Is liko an en- -' largeddomo or metal cylinder, resting upon a foundation of masoury and revolving liko a ship's turret, Tho cupola stood every tost, nud, although struck by the largest projectiles, remained uninjured in its mechanism to the last Its weight was 320 tons. Tho French government seems determined to make tho "pleasant laud of France" as unpleasant a laud as possible for foreigners to live in. An order has been Issued by the minister of tho interior with a view to rendering still moro stringent the existiug regulations about the residence of foreigners. According to this, a foreigner domiciled in France will now havo to go through tho wholo elaborate business ot reporting himself to tho police every time ho wishes to move into nnothor communo or department 1'roducU of Greece. "Tho Hellenes appear to havo no coal mines," says The Glasgow Herald, "but thoir lignite deposits are nearly as good, soma descriptions yielding lit pure carbon of an equal weight ot English coal, Milo supplies sulphur; Zanto springs of excellent used by the aucicnt Greeks and Romans; Soriphos, ono of tho best kinds of magnetic Iron, nud Laurf uma alwunds in slag, derived from tho old lead mines of the ancients. The dairy industry of Greece is! vory imperfect, and tho flour milts are workod by water and wind. But thero nro distilling Industries of consldorablo force In the production of alcohol and liquors, and Greece produces 1,800,000 hectoliters of wino, of which is exported to European countries. Thero are also metallurgical industries, naval construction, perfuming, dyeing, tanning aud cotton and silk industries, nliko lively and successful, tbo cotton spinning m11U,mi replying the numbers 1 to 12, which now come in place of English threads. This brief and rapid survey would bo incomplete without somo notice ot the spleudid marbles, which are yet only slightly dovoloped, so rich are the fields." two-third- s one-four- H. W. HERNDON & CO., Prote&CeneralCoiiiiiiiloii No. M4 Third St., WIDE AWAKE magMiiu$." Louisville, Ky dji lcar r.OV KBAIJY) QUAND CHHISTMAS POUHLK NUSIIIKR or THE NEW YORK FASHOH-BlZJU- bpriiigficlJ Rtpuulieui.. A Morxjr FIVE GREAT SERIALS: THAT BOY GID. By William O. Stoddard. Young and old will follow Gideon's adventures and his sister's on their father's acres with laughter and breathless interest. nrScosciurooN MEISSOXIKIt'S PUICU 60 CKNTH. $,too mi Vkaii. THE ClirtlBTIMH tH'MUKR A JIAa.NlFICICNTCIlHOJIO CONTAIN THE NEW SENIOR AT ANDOVER. Dy Herbert D. Ward. A serial of school-litiboys, tho professors, the lodgings, the fun. e Infamdus Andover our Kugbv. The right-dow- "THE SONS OF THE VIKINGS." By jolly story of modem Korse boys. "It U the leading fnolilon piihllcnllmi 011 li y"i ,110 BONY AND BAN, one of the best o the continent, and Is no doubt thu clu'riix-i-t.' Sun. Mary Hartwell Catherwood serials SEALED ORDERS. I$y Charles RemMont of Ilia Fashion 1'lnlfM In 'l.o Av.ui nro ington Talbot. An amusing adventure hailed Blimilttineoiixly In of "wet sheets and allowing sea.!' story NKW VOIIK AND I'aIIH complete, peilmllfiil for It It CONFESSIONS OF AN AMATEUR In tliH noild, nud the nici( pnHilnnriixli By Alexander lui Mugnzhie tor PHOTOGRAPHER. mother nud hi li'N of families. Black. Six practical, and amusing articles. LUCY PERVEAR. First of a series of TIIK CIIUIHTJIAS NUMl'ircU IS SU1T.IUII.Y " rM'"H-miiker- s Hjalmar Hjorth Boyescn. A SUI'P,KM:.NT OP aitUAT PAlNTl.NO, "FIUEDI.AND: 1807," Iteprrwntinir NnnoW.n nt the zciiilli nt Ills L'lorj-n- t thu Dnltluor I'min tlu'oriKlnnl Welti re now In IIih Metropolitan Jliim'uiii of Art, Ncir York", for which $M,000 wero paid nt thl fiunoim Btanart tal, H graphic North Carolina character sketches by Margaret Sidney, Twelve powerful A BliAUTJFUlj ' IM.USTHATKI). COLOHIU) WI.NTKIt VASIIIOK TALES OF OLD ACADIE. RIES. med-icin- lf Ha Know t" "You should have been around to the theasaid thu agent to tho diiuuilie tre writer. "It was a splciiiUd houw."' "YokP "Mugnifleent" "I can vouch for Its beiug a good house." "No doubt of It" "I know tho man that built It, and ho is noted for putting up good houses." Aud then tho dramatlo man wroto something about a fair sized audience, Merchant Travoler. It. Tim plnle nnd riisrtiTliir rontnliu,! lii'lhrf STOliiiiulier ciiiliiuce By Tesslo Benton Fremont. EVK.MNd WlK'ITII OVKl:(UII- Aboutmen ana women who did great things XKNT.s, VlxITINO ANIl IlKCKIVIo.v (lOWSH.1 N'Sv In the face of seeming imppsslbflities. Hath; Sum i"nn I'm tkh HoKNim-'AM- i By L. J. Bridg-ma- n. THE ANIl (1IIIJ, (,'Al'WI, GUUKK, , CuATi The funny Indian Fairy folk, Vhai, Jacrith. Jlrrm. anhCin. BUSINESS OPENINGS FOR GIRLS Trues run am. Occasiumi, AND YOUNG WOMEN. A dozen ire. by Sallle Joy White. really helpful papers NKW STOIIIEH Jir Twelve moro JDAISY.PATTY LETClaflin. MRS. ALEXANDKlt, JOHN BTU VJCfW WlNTKlt, TERS. By Mrs. MR. V. B. NORUI3, KUCKJIAN.VfllATlllAN, utory l)V the nulhnr of ? IIU A ntW TALES. The first will be Wedded continued and n nl ndldly illimlinteil Wire," ' LAMBKIN ; Was .Ho a Hero or a ChrixtniAS Story, rntltled Pyle, Pric?" by Howard nd Cuh the artist t2tr rental card Vote ThoBAZAit Editorial Department full nfhrlk'ht SHORT STORIES sifted from thousands t articles by vmlous contrlhuhitx. l JliiH.BToirmx Claua on a VoBOtaWo Cart. Ium an Interesting article on Nntellln for Christ. Santa M. Chirlotte Vil. Itijano. JWiUiim Preiton OtiJ. mas. II uu. IIhvan lias nu article on Ktlznbelli How Tom Jumpod a Minn. Mm. jj. -. Ilarrett Drowning, All, the reiiiilnr drpartiiD-ntThompStckney. Tho Itun of Snow-Blime replete with choice and seasonable reading OOn. Lieut. F.P Fremont. Polly at tllO Book- - matter. Lyrtun. Trftlllnar Arbutus, kltohon. DelUV. Golden Margaret, Jmff HejeldihUutterworth. JIrh, Amok WAijcEn writes: " I am 'a C Purdv. PobWs Bullet. Kate Upjon Uarlc. and 1 Fashion How Blmoon and Bancho Fanza Helped Uazar every hare taught TiiKKxtr Yoiik.years. I month for the pant four Tho could M'm KUlejr Seward. the Bo volution. Darllnp. not do Walford. Dlffloultlos of a k B. Spouord. very latest." without It, The fashions mo tho " Ono Good Turn." Harriet Preicott ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES, noreltieai NOW IB THE TIMK TO SUBSCRIBE! Dolls Of Noted Women. MluRUlejr Seward. Price 83 00 a Year. An How to Build o Military Bnow-For- t. Any penon ending S.'l for n yenr'a old Vet Pointer. How tho Cossaokfl Play true stories by Graco Dean McLeod, a Canadian author. AUitii,i.!ANTCOvrcit'i,i.TnoW'im.t$'i:i:x,rt ri.ATi:. THE WILL AND THE WAY PUK-WUDJIE- S. twelve School and ground play- Prlie.a oe s dieis-make- Questionable Methods. Jack Pushing fellow, that Brown, tbo real estate dealer. Jerry Yes. But I don't liko his methods. Jack Honest, isn't hel Jerry Well In a way. But ho found a suburban man with six boys, Gavo each of them a drum. In one week adjoining property fell 100 per cent Brown bought, mado a Ktako aud bought each boy a football. Now the Ijoys ore doad and Brown has all the real estate in that vicinity. Pittsburg Bulletin, will receive Hie hrnutlfiil ClirUt-Min- n Polo. Madame de Meittner, All Around a Lieut, P. Fremont, Frontier Fort.Charlee T.F. Lumrnla. A .Homo Cliromo Huiipleiiirnt far Mrloulci-- ' KttDDlt great painting:, Of Ramona. "Filcdlnndi lriOT," Joaquin MUler. Jnpanoso Flerht-In- a Round-uU7 S. Kites, j. U. Bemadon,Slo&neoi N. Indian The following Premiums In CA8K will be glren "The lUm Base-Ba- ll Players. V. L. to parties sending us subscriptions : ton Indian Nine." A Party In a Ghlnoso PalFor Five subscribers, one year, at $3,00 a Tf ar, ace, E. R. Scidmore. wewlllKlvo $ 875. . iH U The roevi, rieturci tod Department! For Tsi subscribers, one year , 7ft0. more Interesting tlian ever. " Twenty " K 00. Numltr " ... ttJ60. " tVa Tki Chrutmatadventure, tnlirgtJ t& fant U " Thirty " by Grant Allan, " Forty admit treat erial of 80 00. " Firty ' " entitled! WEDNESDAY THJB TJSNTM t A '87 60. " One Hundred subscriber!, one 1 car, 7B 00. Talo of the South Paoluo. " " Thousand " . 7W 00. Vidt Await it Qi.lO a year. Nrw Vet. kfimDft. p. nn k$s. er William lllucu. Tho 6tory reading world Is greatly later-tstein the statement that Mr. William Btack is making Miss Mary Anderson tho herolno of his next production. Mr. Black is a writer about whom tliero is llttlo gossip, because ho d FOR THE VOUNORR YOUNO FOLKS. IUbylanii (50 centt a year). For the nunery. a year). Our Uttle MaN and V0aM Tub Pansy (( a year). Sunday reading. StcimfH p uaytHi & ttktt--; tf thtmr 13 tttii:. D. LOTHROP COMPANY. Boston. And for larger numbers In proportion. Bend remittance by Pontal Money Order, Registered letter, or Check, and QROltOK MUNRO, Address Mvmto's rriiMBiiiNQ Jtousic, P, O. Box8T5l, 17 toS7 VnndewuterHtr, N. V , L t .t't , how-ovo- r, r mnr-kct."- rert-dln- Is naturally of a rotlrlng nature and profen not to soo his every action chronicled in tho press. There aro fabulous stories told of tbo amount of leader writing which ho could accomplish in his days of journallstio work. Mr. Black's first stories wero wrltton when ho accomplished an immenso amount of nows-papwork, and his continued health during probably duo to the fact that that period he has always delighted In out of door games. Ho Is an excellent pool player and Is fond of various active amusements. Yet it is prob Able that if he were asked to doscrlbo his own disposition ho would say that his habitual mood Is one of profound melancholy. Montreal Star. 1 We are Prepared to do all kinds of JQB .PRINTLMfi, : . ,d? ' f. AT THIS OFIvlCC;, (