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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890012201_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. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS r 3 MIM VOL. XIV. CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1890. TVO liHiorlflitPH MILES UNDER GROUND. Tlio Compound Mlcrnatnpo. NO. 26. THE LOUISVILLE rs T. RAFTER' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! J chickens die e.Very year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy tis& fosiiivtty cum it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts two-third- Thousands of dollar? worth ot s For sale by G. W. Short, Clovcrport, Ky. STOP TOOK COUGH TPIT1T ' V Cnrca Conclis. Colds. Hoarseness. Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, nnd Trill re-Ho- to consumptive pnticnte in stages j Trill euro when earn-noland relieroln llio worst cases. HeothatC.C.C. isblowninovcrybot. tlo audtult'o n other. 25c. J. O. MENBENHALIi & CO., o, Price SOLE PROPRIETORS, s JSVANSVIIXE, Remove- Corns, - INDIANA. SOLD DY DUUaOISTS GENERALLY. Warts & Bunions Tf 1th CERTAIN CORN CURE. 2G Ots. a, 330TTXiB. gk txt- - s.h::eke MSnd wandering rnrM. Bonk, learned iu on. reining, Tratimnniiliirmni.il part, of ttie slob.. Iro.pectnsPOST vnER, rant nn application to 1'mf. A. Ijulvctie, 237 I'litU Av. New York. BOLD AND WARRANTED BVJ EHORY KWHfi nf n Iteporlrr TVlio AVnntetl to Intratljite Thlnjpi. A ilinnrr two miles under ground la something of a novelty, to the averngo nmii. A Times reporter tiled it recently nnd found tli.'tt tlio experienco was Iwtli curious and enjoyable after a fiisliion. He was bound to seo John Half, a woikerin tho Now Detinolo mine, and it was just nooli when ho readied tho cntranco to tho shaft. Tho cars had stopped running and tho steaming horses stood by tho entrance greedily munching their oats. John Ball would not be out until night. II o worked two miles inside, so tlicro was nothing for the reporter o do but to put on tho weigher's rap kindly oilcrcd to him and tnko in Ids hand a little oil lamp. Tho reporter started ut a brisk walk, and tho mouth soon dwindled to a very small patch of light. His footsteps produced a very lonesomo echo, and tho slmdow.danced in queer unsightly shapes along tho floor and sides of tho corridor. His eyes at last grow accustomed to tho darkness, and down tho side passaged ho caught glimpses of lamps on tho head of men who had stopped working and wcro eating dinner. At last tho visitor caino upon some miners in tho branch heading. They directed him how to turn by tho marks on tho props, and flftcon minutes' walk through a tunnel, about eight feet high and as many wide, brought hiin to a new heading, where, seated on u hugo block of coal, in front of a solid wall of .black diamond, sat John Ball, quietly eating ids dinner. His lamp rested on tho block of coal, and though tho reflection fell full upon him ho was so black from bead to foot as to bo almost indistinguishable from his surroundings. It was the day after Thanksgiving, and his bucket was running over with the relics of tho feast of tho day before. Tho miner insisted on shaiiughis supply with tho reporter, and soon both wcro engrossed in tho sumo occupation. Tho repot tor was soon convinced of ono thing dining in a coal mine is u success. T lio tourist will never forget ills rido out on tho rear of A loaded coal car. Reaching the main corridor his car was coupled to others from other headings, and with tlireo men at tho breaks our i train was sent spinning down tlio incline. To keep his balance on a sharp turn and dodgo tho celling when if camo down very low occupied all his attention and energy. On tlio train rushed, past headings, miners and horses, until way over tho top of tho wriggling lino of cars the reporter saw daylight gleam liko nn elec-triflash. Tho brakes wero put hnrd down and tho wheels stopped, but such was tho momentum that on tho ttain slid as over a greased surfaco for half a mile, and at last it shot out Into the bioad daylight just ns tho night shift was coming to work. It was rapid transit, such as makes onu's hair stand as erect as a pino forest.- - New' York Times. o, In Oermany nnd Holland learned men aro preparing to celebrate tho invention of tho compound microscope, which occurred in 15'JO, at the beautiful Dutch city of Middelliurg. Tho idea of tho instrument was originated by n firm of spectacle makers of Mlddclburg. Hans Zuusz, or Janscn,ns it is often tciven, at.d his son, Zachnrias Zunsz. It is not known whether it was tlio father or tlio son who first thought of using doublo lens, but probably it was tho son. Ho niado microscopes for sovcrnl years of such excellence that they wcro not improved upon until the present ly century. Every drop of witter can bo a microscope. Tills wo oftt'n ricrceivo when by chanco n diop1 has exactly under it somo small object' with which wo nro acquainted. It is magnified by tlio liquid ions, us it would ho by ono of crystal. Tlio most ancient civilizations possessed tho art of producing convex glasses with magnifying power, for they havo been found in tlio ruins of their cities. Such glasses had, and still havo, many important uses, but it was tho combination of two lenses which began tho development of 'that marvelous instrument of modern times, tho compound microscope. Why should men eclebrato tho threo hundrcth anniversary of such nn invention? Tlio completo answer to this question would fill nn encj clopedla in many largo volumes. Take, for cxamplo, tho nit of healing, which has mado moro real progress during tlio laBt century than it had mado before from tho beginning of timo. It is indebted for tills advance chiefly to tlio ttso of tho microscope, which has 'essential facts ns to tho nature and causes of' disease, and thus suggested both the moans of avoiding and of curing it. Botany, zoology, geology, chemistry, all nro greatly indebted to this instrument, and tho debt is incieasing every hour. A pall of darkness would fall over tho fut in oof science if tho microscope wcro stiicken out of existence. Montreal Star. CoiiiiU'm1 Air im it Slotho Tower. Tlio uso Of compressed air as a motlvo power for tramways in Franco is extending. Tho syBtem adopted is that invented by M. Mekarski, the dhector of tlio Nantes tramways, which havo been opened sinco 1870. Two years ago tho system was successfully applied on tho tramways at Nogcnt, iu tho neighlior-hoo- d of Paris, and more recently on thoso of Bci no and LimogeB. This year it is to bo substituted for horse power on tho tramways of Lyons. Tho inventor assorts that his system Is far moro economical than hoi so traction tlio cost of coal per day of a machino equal to eight or ten horso power being only four shillings much cheaper than electricity or steam power, and that tho machinery is simplo and does not icquiic a skilled mechanic to control it. Tlio British consul nt Nantes, in n recent report, states that "tho tiamwnys of that town, which aro worked by tho system of M. Mekarski, alluded to above, continuo to givo satisfaction. Tlio cars aro comfortahlo mid run smoothly, with littlo noise. They do not interfeio with tlio general trafllo in thostreets, and their immunity from accidents is lemnrkable. Tlio average speed is about eight miles per hour; but it can bo easily increased or moderated, and in caso of need an almost instantaneous stoppage effected." Onco n Week. England' Die Quiia. Ho lilt "Unit! Witch kirortbsiuii.uu. jitiiiai jfritrbln Hi workl. I'rrftct lmmiBiYtiRmz. tUnek.epr Warranted bTyf vmfLr.., Vdma&V'1 vnrpic xm WH NKY FREE. greut gamo of gunnery brag is over and tlio authorities havo thrown up tho sponge. Tho Victoria's guns aro so defective that oven tho British admiralty daro not send out the ship to carry tlio Tlio Wk&mmi ZZthm TImw wall waieh. an free. All lha work TO. Md do Is ahw what r. aetid rou to thoa. who call-y- our alwayi raavlla that fri.nda anl n.lnl.bor, an I Ihoa. alot la .aluabl. Irada for na, wtikk boMa latjttn when one. alarm, . Afl.r and thua a ar nttM. W pay all irrwa, fMlsht, riuw.nU Ilk. to arc lo work for ua. rou cat know all, if am from to 0 pr wnk anduparda. ddraaa, la ititKkiMilt valu&bl.liit.orllouaclialil Mmmcaa Miimnlea. "injuniBB. nd 'tvUb Mbrfca and'aaaaa of rain onb riasuaia rail aaturo oo. Parte, toralher with our lara. frnuai r..,h localltr Mtluauu ,te Co., Una SIS, l'ortluntl, Maine. Packet Line. t Passenger, Mail and Express Boats. For all way landing. between Louisville and lion Jerion, the eloganl and fleet iteamara JAMES GUTHRIE. TKMj CITY, CITY or OWRN8B0R0. One of the above fins sldewheel steamers pass up and dewn dully. Splendid accommodations fur stock. and 178 Fourth street, Ueneral office Louisville, Ky, ,- flag of the commander-in-chie- f on tho Mediterranean station. Ono of tlio 110 ton guns is bent between tho tiunnions and tho muzzlo inoro than two and a half inches out of tho straight lino, and tlio wor&t part of tho business is that tlio Victoria and her sister ship, tho Sanspa-rel- l, will probably bo hors do combat for a very long time, as tlicro is no prospect of theso monster 110 ton guns being of any use, and it will bo a big job to alter tho turrets to suit smaller and moro weapons. Tlio Caniperdown, which has been to tako the placo of tho Victoria, was supplied for tlio maneuvers with threo out of four guni) which wcro defective. Tho inner tubes split during tho test, but tho authorities decided to admit it. At tho conclusion of tho maneuvers theso threo guns were ordered to bo returned to Woolwich, and Admiral Rodney was requisitioned for threo others to niako tho Campcrdown fit for sea. Wo now havo of first class battlo ships ready for sea in all other respects tho Ilowd, Rodney, Trafalgar, Victoria and Saiibparcil waiting for guns. Is it not n sliamo and scandal? Edmund Yates in Now York Tribune. lo Wonderful Finnic. Tho inland marine, representing an aggregate capital of $53,000,000, lias carried during tlio season now at its closo, 102,-000,0- W. W. D. L. I'isxsY.Supt, UITE, 1'reit. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas R. R. Co. JSV TIME .SCHEDULE, Tuuinif crroct At 6:00 IfcTO, 11. o'dttMnitoy, STATIONS, Dee, 15, 1889. JVufiu UtILAND i Wettt Hound Train Malt, AMD i'i( Hound bushels of grain from Chicago, 10,000,000 bushel fiom Duluth, 0,700,-00- 0 tons of iron oro from tho Lako Superior mines to tho blast furnaces, nnd brought back 2,200,000 tons of coal from Buffalo, and 2,000,000 tons from Ohio ports. It lias brought into Chicago 450,-00- 0 tons of general merchandise, valued at $50,000,000, and carried away 525,000 tons, valued at $10,500,000. Theso figures, vast as they are, represent only tho business of the inland raarlno between Lake Erio and Lakes Michigan and Superior. Tlio great lumber trado and tho local trado of tho flvo great lakes, each representing a trafllo of many million dollars, aro not included. Chicago Tribune. llogut Ca.iYnaback. To think that when wo havo been smacking our lips over tlio toothsome and gory canvasback it was, in all probability, only a redhead duck; or, if it was r, a canvasback, it was not a genuine but a miserable fraud from Currituck sound which had boon shipped to tho Chcsapcako and then to Now York-- , not so much to deceivo us in tho flavor as to deceivo us In tlio prico. I doubt if many of us could tell tho Chcsapcako from the Currituck bird except through our pocketbooks. Tho former aro worth Uiis winter $13 a pair, whllo tlio latter, when they aro masquerading under another name, aiti worth from $4 to $0 a pair, New Yjrk Commercial Advertiser. Clics-apeake- .I iaBBBBBBaBjjjjjjjjajjjjjUJaajt I JmF' And ho tendeily jabbed a kiss upon it. "Dear count," replied tlio I lushing girl, "I will wear it foiever. And now, in return, I know you will accept this HETErtHY MANUFACTUrtlNC C NASHVILLE U jGj'rjb f ring from me, nnd wear it on your little finger." Tho count took it. As ho turned it Bertio (emerging) You'ro e.tiemely about in his hand and inspected it, a dicamy, abstracted look settled on his complimentary, papa! Judge. a face, and ho murmured absentmindcdly: "Mecs, I couldn't possibly lot you liaff in Ayer's Pills are constantly moro zan feefty cents on zis piece oft chowolryl" Chicago Tribune. the estimation of those who ubo them. They improvo tho appetite, promote diImportant Dlacntory. -- A.T:gestion, restore healthy action, and reguBenevolent Old Lady (to littlo girl) late every function They are pleasant to My little dear, tlo you wash your facoand E take, gentle in their operation, and powerhands ovcry morning? ful is subduing disease. "No, mum." "Good gracious! That's perfectly dreadful. Do you wash your face In tho A Ioa.lblllty. middlo of the day?" Mrs. Smitom Bobby, you bad boy, "No mum." havo you been fighting with Tommy "Dear me! When do you wash your- Sllmsonugnln? Dear, deurl I shall havo The "Grippe" fit. I'eteraliure. self?" to get you a new suit. A correspondent of Tho British MediYou Bobby That's nothing, ma. "I novcr washes." cal Journal thus describes tho "grippo" "Horrible! It is shocking how de- ought to seo Tommy Slimson. His ma as it manifests itself iu Petersburg: "It is frequently spoken of in tho lay papers praved tho lower classes are! I must may have to get heranowboy. Clothier During the year 1S90 it will even exceed itself in the variety ofits as influenza, but tho typical symptoms organize a society to seo that children and Furnisher, of thisdiscnsouio far moro frequently are proporly washed. Tell me, little one, contents anil its dibits to please its subscribers. New features will he you She Liked Tliem All. absent than present, and tho only feat- do"No, lcnlly never wash yourself?"every fust-clas- s mum, mamma washes mo Ho I liko parlor matches better than added to its tegular departments, including ures in common aro tlio rapid course, tho morning." Texas Slftings. tlio ordinary kind. extremely rapid spread, and tho fiontal She. (nearly 80) I liko all khds of headache, tho great running of tho noso Where tVua tho Cat? matches, whether they nro mado in tlio nnd eyes being absent iu all tho cases A burnt pleco of roast that I havo over seen. Tlio two. most venl cook who had poundsathrow it away, parlor or not. Yankee Blade. weighing iqur ITS WKM KNOWN SIMICIALTIOS Aim : syAptoms in tho present epiprominent How Thankful We Should lie. demic nrothoso of high tempcratuio und and afterwards explained to her mistiess Progress In Science, oaten tho meat. Practical Farming and Gardening, If furnsco flrea n ould not go out. great fiontal hcadaclio, accompanied in that tho cat had said tho lady, How thankful tro abould bo. "Very good," "wo will Women's Work, many cases by pains in tlio eyeballs, and If living high would not give gout, ' How thankful we should bo. in all by foul tonguo and bicath, consti- 6co that directly." Stories by the Best Authors, Literature and Art, Choice Flashes of Wit and Humor. So saying, sho took tho cnt, put it on If messenger boya wcro only quick, pation nnd general maiaiso. tlio scales, and found that it weighed exall our LkU wcro novcr sick, If Exclusive News for Veterans, . Tlio onset is rapid, tlio temperature If postage stamps wo need not lick, running up at onco to S9 degs., 40 dogs. actly four pounds. llow thankful vo abould bo. "There, Frederlko," sho said, "are tho C, or oven higher. Tho pulse in thoso If taxes w ere not qulto so tcep, four pounds of meat, but wherv is tho cases I havo seen Is not raised pi How thankful wo abould bo. . cat?" Kolnor Tagoblatt, with tho temperature. In somo If one could go to bed and Bleep, we should be. How thankful Address, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, cases tlicro nro added tho symptoms of A l'oaer. If monthly bills would not fall due, catarrh of tho noso and frontal sinuses, Ni;iV VOU1C IIKISAI.I). Sow York Clly, If friend would stick as well as glue. Bennio Mamma, do peoplo really buy in others tlicro nrq soro throat and ' If half our plans w e could get through, babies? How thauUf ul we should bo. of tho' deeper air passages, and In Mamma Of course, child, of course many tlicro aro vnguo rheumatic pains 'noiioira.. .oMiisiHbo..ow for If toothache was an unknown pain, i flufv about tho back, shoulders and limbs. Run out now and play. How thankful no should bo. ft Bennio (in a brown study) Then, why UliLI Unt new YORK weekly h Cain, If drunken men would not ralso Tho duration Is slioit, averaging from How thankful wo should bo. tin co to flvo days, though sometimes pro- is it, mamma, that poor people buy moro If water pipes would never leak, longed to six or eight days, or even long- of 'em than anybody else? Northwest If all tho deaf and dumb could apeak, Magazine. er, imd convalescence is rapid' If servant girls bad much less cheek, TTcvT.C! L jIutoo Among tlio 1ok. A llvttet run. When Mnj. T - was appointed pro"Do you expect a raise of salary o'n vost marshal on St. Helena Island, iu front of Beaufort, just after tlio war, ho tho 1st?" ho asked as they camo down found it inhabited by half a dozen town together. whites, some 1,500 fTpgroes and several "I do," was tho confident reply. thousand dogs. Theso dogs belonged to "So you did last year at this timo, but tho negroes, half a dozen to n fnmlly, didn't get it." "I know it; but circumstances nro difand wero dangerous brutes, generally crosses between tho mastilT and blood- ferent now." "Going to marry tho old man's only hound. It was unsafe to dismount or enter a yard without first warning tho daughter?'' "Better than that." inmates of tho houso of ono's presence. "Whew! You must havo got an Insldo Ono day ho started to enter a yaid when ho felt his hand seized. Ho looked track." "So I have." down and tliero saw a big dog, which "What is it?" had taken his fingers in its mouth and "Last year ho had tlireo men of us was holding them, tightly enough to hurt without actually biting. As soon who know how to mix beans, chicory as ho could ho withdrew his fingers nnd and colTeo together to innko'O. G. Java. reached around for his revolver. Tho Tho other two aro dead," "And you?" dog was still menacing, and as Maj. leveled tho weapon the bruto "A rival concern hns ofTojed mo an T opened his mouth for n growl, which advance of $5 per week. Ho must como was never finished. Tho major dropped up to It or I go. His only daughter! She isn't shucks compared to 08 per cent, bullet down ills throat. a forty-fou- r Tho provost marshal finally camo to adulteration." Detroit Freo Press. tho conclusion that there wcro moro dogs One On ttie Old (IrntUinrtn. than tlicro was any call for. So ho sent up to Charleston nnd got n pound of I &. !. iff3TO strychnine, witli which ho doctored up about twenty pounds of meat chopped up into littlo cubes. Armed with this, ho rode quietly over the island nnd gave a mouthful to every dog ho met. If tho dog was particularly noisy, ho gavo liim two. Within tho next twenty-fou- r hours scoics of excited negroes rushed in upon him. , do dawg'ull daid. Somo "MarsoT pow'ful misery dono tuck 'cm un dey's dyin' cbrywliar. I los' t'reo dawg. Snm Jcnkin ho dono los' do bes' coon dawg on St. Helena. My boy Peto dono los' all his'n. Wo duminw unt make of hit." "Tho epidemic lasted threo weeks," said tho major to Tho Post. "I must havo, poisoned over 2,000 dogs. If the ilegroes had suspected me, my lifo would havo been in danger." Washington Mr. Darkle (who ha? become only partPost. ly reconciled to his artist It don't look any inoic liko Bcrtio than forgot Illmnelf. With radiant siuilo and bewitching it does liko a sheep. Sho never had a blush tho beautiful heiiess placed her noso liko that; and ns for tho oyes, they hand in that of the ardent young for- look liko bullet holes in n blanket. Tako tho blamed thing out of my sight! eign nobleman who knelt at her feet. "I nm yours, count,'' came boftly from her lovely lips. Tho count sprang to his feet in ecstasy. "Zis ees zo happiest day olf my life!" ho exclaimed, in that charming nccum that so delights the car of tho romantic maiden of America when uttered by n titled foreigner. "My lofe," ho said, drawing a ring from ills pocket nnd slipping It on hei tapering finger, "permoet mo to present you zee3 leetlo tqkduo olf our enknehe-uient.- " n$m 4 ST, LOUIS Mo & LIME. (L. U. AND ST. h. 11. It.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST 11 EST LINK TO St. Louis, Evans ville South-Wes- t. Dec, IS, AND ALLP0INT3 West and Tins-Car- i d in Sf.ct I.v. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. ..1:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:15 " ...7:J5 " 0:50 p.m. Bvansvllle 2:25 " For further Information, csil on or address, JOS S 0DI0RNE, x(Jen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, TrtV. Pastg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky, SELF-POURIH- G TEA POTS. of Tea. TH2 FOT Saves 25 to 50 tHS' W - The Qun. I'Oll YOU DO NOT LlfT POURS by lowertrfflid The pa-- t hand l.lal, ti Is coLD.r r. sm d& 7(U Sp- 1890. Some people ogreo with Tnit SuVs opinions about men and things, nnd somo people don't ; but everybody likes to get hold of the newspaper which ti never dull nnd never afraid to aptnk Its mind. Democrats know that fur twonty years Tiipc Sun hn fought in (be front lino for Democratic principles, neer wavering or weakening In its loyalty to the true'Intercjts of the party It eervos with fourless Intelligence and dlilntcr-eito- d vigor. At limes opinions have differed as to the best means of accomplishing the common purpose ; it la not Tiir Sun's fault If It has teen further Into the mlllstoae. Eighteen hundred nnd ninety is the year tbnt will probably dctcrnilno the nault of tho Presidential election of 1892, end perhaps the fortunes of Democracy for tbo rest of tho century. Victory In 181)2 Is a duty, and tho beginning ofl8'J0 is tho best time to start nut In coinpony with Tint Sun. Dully, per mtnth $0 to Dally, per year fi on Sunday, per year 2 00 Di.llj and Sunday per year, .. 8 00 Dally nnd Sunday per month, . 0.70 Wtekly Sun, ono jear, . 100 A cm. Till: SI X, cw York. Pain., ni.1,1 &Co., Ot I'hiu, r rvJv- - lil4Jf son-in-la- Salvation CIU HUTtJCO.WMI c foaamr (In aaaaW MllCS,yflPj Aw' BR ".. 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ILLUSTRATIONS. opor-tionate- ly insriFOiRnTioifcT cost jlll subjects. heral ca-ta- our nnn id UutUH vein lUli, Artificial Ico. Tho leading plants In our liile of business all over tho country nro getting into tlio manufacture of ammonia on n largo scalo for uso in refrigerating machines. Every largo consumer of Ico needs such n muchino to fall back on when no ico crop is mado, oven if it is not dcsiicd to uso nrtlflclal Ico regularly. The'freezing machino lias many advantages over tho ico box. Tliero aro no slops; no heavy lifting lias to bo dono; the cold' storage room is always kept at an oven temperature just below freezing point; tlio cakes aro of uniform thickness, and their weight is always known; and, in fact, the refrigerating business is revolutionized by tlio artificial process, Moreover, tlio ico is just as clear, puro and fico from bacteria ns natural Ice. During tho next season tho process will bo tho mainstay of large consumers of ico in St, Louis, and may bo extensively resorted to for salo to small consumers, ns natural ico will necessarily bo very dear, Inten low t. in St. Louis Globe-Democra- Deafening. How thankful we should bo. INTER-STAT- E Smith What do you think of my new suit? Jones I can't hear myself think. Clothier and Furnisher. Comforting. wero novcr stole, How thankful we should be. If sblp would weather eierf gale. How thankful vo should bo. If Inkstands did not get upset, If money as not hard to get, If we could sometimes win a bet, How thrjtkful we should be. -- V, It. Welles In New York Tribune, If fresh laid eggs Building k m Association ILL. JOHN KDDVi Vlce-1'Ve- s. OF BLOOMINGTON, kxtbiss. kxpbrrs. 1.20p,ii 1.05 ,. 7.45am Lv...UnlonDepot,liouIiv'e..Ar. Kentucky Street 8.00 ., , Alma House '' 8.45 .ll' U,25 . ,9.30 S.47 , 9.5B 10.08 10.17 10.12 10.48 10 58 11.07 11.23 - Pleasure Ridge l'ark ,.i.,,.,f ...,.., Valley, ...... .,..,.. ,. '.Meadow Lawn- -, ..'..' Hiyor View Weal Point 12.25.. Hock Haven 12.04 N Long Uranob 11. 55am Urandenburg ...11.44 ., ,11.35 .. Kkrun., , 11.24 .. dm ton PyAl 4S IJIpj czprxLriil! $20,000,000.00 OFPIOBR-S- . A. T, " H "iIsH Ur J. 8TKVEKS0N. I'res. IWNN, Secretary. P. L. 11UNN, treasurer. J. ' Professional- - Mendicant Would you please help me, sir? I havo only ono leg, sir, nnd I am cold nn "Why, my dear man, you havo a ndvantnera over mo in lmvlncr onlv ono foot to get cold good day." Time. I. MIM.EK, 1'iesldent. .allll. UltOWN, " "ADVISORY BOARD OF CLOVERPQIaT, J. C. NOLTE, JNO. D. 11 A 11. T. I'OI.K. DAVID STANCI.IFF, --- MIAOU, Secretary an J Treasurer. .......Irvington YVebater 10.27.. ...'. Lodlburg Plerco ,...10.35 . , Sample , ,,..., ..Stepliontport ..... ..,.,,10.21 .. 11.14 .. 11.04 .. 10.53 10.42 .. 10 15 ,. 0.59 .. do-cid- ed r.'.Holt .... Clovernort ....... The hydrocarbon t , 1.J3AW..5.,! (12.08PM..1 12.10 .. .i. 12.30 12,50 1.00 n Arr 1.24 1 Hawevlle Falcon .". , ...,., B.U 0.01 0 28 .. , ...Lewliport i Powers Owenaboro., Stanley rate (Wortbtnfcton M4,Ji' 1.52 J...ft,..',SpoUvill 2 01 2,t5r)Arr...,i,..,.lIenderion j.in..1.SBiklti arJtiL .., 8.27 Lve 8 15am 7,47 7.30 .. , 7.15 7.07 .. Lve 0.50am 8.42.. The contract for the third of tbo 2,000 ton crulaen has been awardod to Ilarruson Lor-lo- g, of Boatou, at $074,OoO. Tbe wcretary of tbo navy lia accepted tho crultr Cbarlaajtoa, with a penalty of $33,000 for lack of horso powvr asd ft,500 tor delay in cotupbHips. , d meats' has for his A daakr motto, PosHWaH' I can.. Harper's Bazar. fa'tti-etrve- Iron so that it will Hot corrode is said to post less thun ono-ha- lf of that of galvan- procciu of treating POWDER Absolutely Puro. This powder never varies. A marvel of More purity, strength and wboleiomeneet. economical thin the ordinary kinds, and can net be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or pbojhhato pewden. Soil only in cant, RotaL IUkuhi Powdm Co., 108 Wall Street, New York, Dr. Hull's Baby Pyrnp contains nothing injurious and will relieve your baby of izing, while tho durability, under similar pain and all disorders of the bowels at conditions, is considnbiy extended. once. Piice 25 cents. Wanted It Done In Claaalo Style. Faalilonnbla Hairdresser If you (eel'all broken up and generally Wnat style of coUTure will you chooea today, mailaml miserable, you can restore ymr equilibriJJra.' Niourlcb (languidly) You tsay do it um with Laxaor, lha anions remedy, op in a a OordUn knot, if you pleaje Chiwliiuli only costs 25 cents. cago Tribune. , Tie only Untitling anil Loan Association In tbe Unlteil States ilulng.n bmlnepsjipa correct , eninjiounil Interest talile, j .a ,. t It offer to Its Imruircjs the funds of the Association upbn a strictly Equitable jila'n kr reducing tlio monthly payments to an amount that will mature the itook within n glrou timo, the Interest, premium and dues being (Ixodntan amount that wjll.QXai'tly.l'.rpilufq, Ilia result , t , asking no wore and taken no less, , , , Jj.ijj, . . Erery itooVholder In this Association stands on the name ilatform. ,s Tbt Association pays on voluntary withdrawals the aaouat natil.ln and mi. nuat Interest. Sharo $100 each payable In monthly Installments ofjfift enU,ajt. W iVflBBaH A iVajjil , $1.20in.elasB ' i.' ,y, It (s n Nntlonul Assbetatlon with a Nnlloaal r)MiUllB. rz t Fur further Information apply Ut the ioa.l Ward e to (D r JXO. D.JtABBAO Cloverport, Ky, i ... .) l.r,Mat, Aitj ,!!. .". i ti a Q Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1H90. "" - A number of cases of black measles tiro reported lu Ohio county. Seven! parties have recen'iy died there from the deadly HARD1NSBURG DEPARTMENT. V. Mis Llllio J. Ditto is visiting nt Mrr. II S. English, Stophensport. Mr Alansnh Moremen is still ill and his to be doubtful, TVNPRECEDENTED disease. (l.ltAKIIAHi; TIME TABLE No. I. Editor recovery thought JNO.D.BABDAQE. - - r-- -- -- Ij., SI. I., ii T. Local Time Card. Mall and Express going Knit ' Express Mixed " ' " " " " West East Wcit Hast West 0.60 -- 11.23 5.31 9.56 11.23 9.59 n.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. u.to. a.m. Tub National House of Representatives has defeated tbo bill appropriating $75,-00- 0 to reimburse those members who lost their pay by reason of Silcolt's rascality. The United States District Court be- II'mI lloilHll DAILY KSCKM St'MPAY. ' to ovu coiskesi'onuents. and get all the news Get the news nothing but the news Celebrated Maxims in journalism. and From Dana's gins its session in Owensboto next Man-da- y. Tho largest case on the docket io a suit by Daniel Alsop, formerly a laborer on the L ,St L .t, T. railroad, against Y. V. McCracken & Co. for $5,000 damages. OAIMT Krr BDSDAYt STATIONS. Ar. 9.00 a.h Irvlngton 11.30 a.m.Lv 8 45 " Irvlngton Junction 11,35" 8.00 Oarfleld.... 12.40 r.v 7.80 " Harned 1.05 Hardlnburg......Lv. 7.00 a.m l.SOF.N.Ar '' '"I""' Miss Mnble Olysworlh, of (Irnhumpton, is visiting the Misses Woolfulk. Messrs John Nevitt and Bud Peak, ol St Martin, wnB in town last week Miss 1'jJd e Robinsm, of Vine Grove, is visiting her Meter Mrs. S. C. MnliD. Mr J A. McGihee wos in Hardinsburg a few da j a last week attending court. Tbo steamer Guthrie took on 87 hogs tor T. A. McAul.ff hero last Tuesday. Mr. D. W. Lewis left Tuesduy for Georgin, io open a bank there. Waini-borough, ROOM! ROOM! u ATTRACTION I OVER A MILLION DISTB1E0TED, tp8as!ftjAWjiVJ5a3 LSaV H ErBBBBBV .,l Have you the Giippe? Rev Cox has been sick for several days Mr days. 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. Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated Ly the Legislature In 1868, for Educational and Charitable purposes and its franchise was made n part of the present State Comtltatlou in lB7t,by an overwhelming popular vete. ITS .TIAJWMOTH UIIAWIKOS J. A Witt has been sick for several Adktssou Think of it : Blankets 79 c. per pair. Comforts 79 c. each. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tor County Judge, TIioj. Adkiuon. Fo'r'County Attorney, Jndgc Milton Hoard, For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. For Sheriff, J, S. DeJernette. For County Sup't of School, Jnj. W. Miller. For For For For has not done much legislation since the holidays The Lower House has been trying to adopt some now rults, but it has not yet succeeded, The Republicans have a small majority and are endeavoring to gain an advantage over the Democrats under the new rule plan. CoMint'HS Miss Mattte Webster. Mr. Alfred is visiting at Ta) lor, Risetta, was in town McGinnis & Co., sent their drilling tools from the consolidate Co's wells to Glasgow, Ky. r (alio place .sciul Juno unit December, Aiimiullv, (JiiANDsiNtiix nujiiiir.itand li okam-tyiifi take place on cacti or lliu other ton iiioiitlm In the year, nnd are alt In public, at the Academy drawn I c, Auw ol IH ii Orlcaui, J.a. FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS - Jailer, John Slaton. County Assossor, Len Csshman. County Suneyor, F, M. C. Jolly. Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. fr JUDGE ROBERTS' REASONS. Tmf.uk are two candidates from Louisville for Judge of the Court of Appeals for this district, Judge John Roberta nnd It is rumored that lion J. Proctor Knott will enter the race for Congres in this disttict With Knott, Hill, Montgomery and Clements In the field, the Democracy of tho fourth district would be enlivened as she has not been fir tome time. Come on, gentlemen, and make this thing interesting. A resolution" was introduced in gress the other day, asking for an appropriation of $50,000 to erect a statue to the memory of Samuel J. Tilden, the nineteenth president of the United States, Of course the elected but not seated. Republican members laid that thing on the shelf, not that they cared for the $50,-00- 0, Conbis-day- last Monday, Mr Alex May left for his home in California last Monday. Mrs. H. V. Duncan, Cloverport, was in the city last Monday. Mr KIward Thompson was elected city marshal last Saturday. Ladies' button or luce shoes for $1 00 at Beard t Beelei's is a grand bargain. Kloso Kmters on men's, youths' and children's clothing Beard t Beeler.The will of Mr. Thomas Lacy was admitted to probate in the county court last - The Rock Gas Company has let contracts for thirteen new wells to go down right away. Will Bryant has the contract for delivering the mail nnd express from Weldon to town. Mr. Jim Bryant says they are having a very interesting court at Hardinsburg nnd Extra Heavy $1,37. Extra Heavy $1.37. For Integrity of IU Drawings, and Prompt payment of Its prizes, Attested as follows! k MEN'S & BOYS' CAPS, 15, 19, 24, 25, 27, lots of fun. 30, 34, 35, 37 and 50 cts, All Caps at less than cost. " We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangements for all the Momlhli) and Quarterly Dratoings of The Louisiana Stale Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings that the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this certficate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in its advertisements," them-selces.a- nd t fa Col. Alfred Allen desires us to state that ho has not been appointed Supervisor ol the Census for the Second district. 1 he application of Mr. George Harris Republibut Samuel was a terror to . for a license to retail liquors at Billlown cans in will be heard in tho county court today. luixiK Roberts' card is manly and to Mrs. N P. Bell, mother of Deputy the point. It bIiows conclusively that the County Clerk Wm. II Bill, died at her Judge will tiot be a party to an., sort of home near this place last Monday morntrickery to secure his own or any other ing. candidate's election. It remains to be seen Mr. '.. T. Herndon has resigned his now if Judge Simrall can show up as cleara position with the L., II. & W,, and has record in tho race as Judge Roberta. If he gone to the mountains to engineer a big can't he ought to hold his peace and get road. out of it. The people nre tired of this Jackson Moorman, Albert Bcavin and demagoguery in elections and will git down Thompson Johnson were exempted from on any candidate who ademp's it, as paying poll tax by the Court ol Claims last they ought to do. Monday. There was n public installation of the Mr. Breckenridge, ol Kentucky, has introduced a bill in Congress, making it un- officers tif the Maso ic Lodge of this place peared In the Critic for three successive Sunheld at the M. 12 Church S m'h last Mondays rcfercncei to propoiltioni made by Judgo lawful lor any person to reside and mako day night. to me, with the purpose of having residence upon a boat on the lakes, rivers SItnrall Mr. Robert Brashear, Irvlngton, was in one or us withdraw as a candidate for Judge and other interior waters of the country Mrs J A. McGehee was attacked by one bring the cash. of the Court of Appeali. unless a license so to do is fir6t obtained town last Monday and obtained a license of these smothering spells last Saturday I desire to state that I have uniformly deby each head of family, which license to handle spiritous liquors in n drug store tbut she suffered so much Irom several clined, and ihill continue to decline, any such shall be granted upon proof of the good at Irvington. mouths ugo. proportions for the following reasons There character of the applicant, and upon the The street leading to the depot is in a arc now and hate heen fur three month past payment of a lee of $25 One dollar u year will get you the Breckannually. The wretched condition. The trustees could three Democratic candidates forjudge of the license enridge News. Wher6 can you Old a shall describe the points at which spend several dollars on it to a good adCourt of Appeals before the people of the better county paper in the Slate fur the or between which the boat may ply. On vantage. Third Apellato district, each of whom Is anmoney. eoch boat there shall be painted in large The members of the brass hand jtre very nounced as "subject to the action of the A I'lcu for llio Vo ii ii jr .lien. Mr. T. K. Ditto left Tue.day for Cumletters on its sides (he name ol the license anxious to build a public hull, and they party of the Third Appellate district.'1 For several years past church enterand date ol the expiration of the license. berland Gap io resume his work at the While I have sot the presumption to Intishould receivo the encouragnipnt and the Tunnel His wife will remain here lor tainments have had a run in Cloverport mate how either of the other candidates should This is a good bill, and the email towns ats'stancc ol ibo citizen. which certainly reflects great credit on tho several weeks. act Id the premises, ueiertheless I have a fixed along the rivers that are constantly infestTuylor Board says he hus the best stock conviction that cons'stency and truth on my ed with these worthless river pirates may Col, 'A. T. Herndon has quit tin L II. generosity nnd religious good fellowship of of hogs in the country, having just killed our peoj le. On account of it no doubt part as well as even handed Justice to each of in a rceusureget rid of them if the bill is & W. and gone to Kistern Kentucky, near one 1 1 months old weighing .'141 pounds my competitors, coupled with fair dealing to enact d into a law the Virginia lino, to take chnrgo of a line tho ciJosjiences of the umjority have fallnet He uses Haas' Hog Cholera Cure. my friends and the Democratic) party of the en aslf ep on II iwery beds of ease and for the Monon folks. entire district, require that I should adhere to Mr. John G.bson, of Lodiburg, and Miss to annoy iheir subjects wi'h any O.NKof the most important nnd comRev Brow den, ihc prisiding elder of this ceaRe the announcement originally made by me, Nuuiiie, daughter of Mr. Junius Marshall, kind of prickings. At least so would an mendable tubjects that will be brought beM K Conference, attended the Quarterly : That I was a candidate subject to were murried at the bride's residence observer imagine from the perfectly fore the present legislature is that of esmeeting here Saturday and Sui.day the action of the Democratic party of the He uneveniful and slumbering mantablishing a Hureau ol luformation and uear this place Sunday, Jan 12 Rev J. C. delivered Third Appellate district. a very interesting sermon on And I further ner in which they are passing their lives Immigration, the objecs of which are like 1'etrie ofliciating state that I will not submit my claim to any Sunday to his congregation. Open revolt is imminent, however, and we The cornet was introduced in the choir other party or set of men. N'or will I enter those of similar organizations elsewhere, The excessive rains are not what is demay yet see them rousfd from their leththo adoption t fun official method ol at the Methodist Sunday school last SunInto any arrangement, private or otherwise, viz. directing the attention of foreigners to the day. It was plajcd by Prof. Scott, the sired just now, some cold weather that argy. The young men of this city from the effect of which would appear to be an atwill bring ice is what is wanted. II it whom these entertainments get a large tempt to put me forward as a candidate of any resources of our State Other States have leader of our brass band, and was a fine continues warm there will 'be many a part of their ectlon or part of the district. found this the most cllectivo plan to bring addition to the singing. saslenanco are beginning to draught of water taken without ice next murmur and mildly insinuate In my judgment each and eterjr county in people and wealth, and had such an orthat tbey Mr W. G Bandy was awarded $080 as summer. the district In proportion to Its Democratic ganization been provided a few years ugo object to being made conveniences of dunRges for right of way against the L, strength should have a voice In the selection Kentucky would now have The Kentucky R ck Gis Co in pa oy shot Our good ppople are extremely glad to aeo ranked much H. !c W railroad. The condemnation of a candidate. And to the selection so made higher in the matter of enterprise and desuits yet undisposed of will be resumed two more of their wells wiih nitro glycerinn us when tbey have something for us to pay and to no other will I submit, and to the canIn the McGehee No 1 well it tore down for, but will some one pleass mention the velopment. before the County Court next Monday. didate selected by the constituted authority of the derrick, but it doubled the flow. The time, except in one or two instances, when Foreign colonies have been established The county Board of Supervisors is in the party In the wholo district I will give my results of Bickerstuir No. 1, has not been they have taken it upon ihemielves to insession here this week. They are Virgil hearty support, no matter from what part of in severnl counties, end Kentucky's natlearned. vite uj to their homes? ural resources, just now becoming fully Hardin, of Uoll ; W. W tlio district be may come. Williams of IrvSociability has completely played out known to Kentuckians themselves, need ington, Mutthias Miller Johnstown was a place of about 7800 Respectfully, John RumcHT. and G P. Jolly. L here and this place can without fear of only to be properly advertised in order Hardinsburg, and Foster B. Lyons, We heartily auree wi b Judgb Roberts, Custer They have just reached a final estimate of that she may have that ingress of people those that were lost io the flood, and it contradiction lay claim to the honoi(?) of and it seems to us tbut Judge Simrall can The Court of Claims last Monday agreed d All information amounts to more than of the in- being the deadest town socially in the imw do nothing elae than retire from the to which the is entitled. to make an appropriation of $200 to bo and statistics rela'ing to the advantages of :I50 orphan children ore out S'ate, This condition of affairs is stifling habitants. race, lor, at all events, the people will atexpended on the Patterson hill, provided the Slate could be more accurately and at no allowance of $50 a your uniil 21 to young people and we, as one, a9k not tend to his retirement if he i does no, volthe citiztns of Cloverport would put up a to be grumbled at if we go elsewhere often systematically collected by such a bureau years of aite" untarily withdraw like amount for the purpose. in "search of necessary pleasure. as the one proposed than in any other Can't The ideas expressed by Judge Roberts Judge John Roberts, ol Louisville, who A public meeting was held at the court you householders open your hearts and in his card will receive the support of wny. Lou'svillo Tiroes, is a cacdidato for Judge of the Court of house Monday and resolutions adopted every true Democrat in tho district, and Appeals, used to run a li'tle old one horse bouses and indulge us a little along this endorsing Governor Buckner and bis mes' we very much miscalculate if bis tturdy, GARFIELD. grist mill out an one of the rivers bask iu line? sage to the legislature. Taero was a This is pre ty plain tulk and will be honest on vigorous card does not gain Kentucky before the Mar they say, but large attendance and the people were enhim many supporters. slnco then he has run one of the largest read, unfurtunntely, by numbers of people Busiuess booming. thusiastic for the Oivernor and approved away from here, but it is true, and we hope law practices in the city of Louisville. La Grippe has taken its hold upon the his course. it will act as a gentle hint to the wise, reA kky important move was miide last An Amsterdam Gas Co , struck one of sulting in a little variety for cur pensive, good people of this community. week among the gas companies to comthe finest flows of ess tboy say, that has pining youth. Tlio Invalid' Hope. Miss Kva Whitwonh, of Grayson Co., is bine several into one, fur tho purpose of Many seemingly Incurable cases of blood ever been gotten in the Geld, in a well utilizing in some way the great amount of visiting relatives iu this community. catarrh, scrofula and rheumatism have a'jout half way between Corydon, Ind. and Statb of Onto, Citv or Toledo, Rev. Duggins has moved into his Hew gits that is flowing from the wells. As een cured by D. D. O. (Botanle Blood Balm), Luoas'Countv, S. S. made by thn Wood Halm Co., Atlanta, Qa, this place. They found it in what is known j matters stood, tbey seemed powerless to residecce on Main street. Write to them for book filled with convincing at the Trenton rock, and it has the odor of Fiiank J, Cheney makes oath that he is do anything, and this step was necessary telegraph line will be completed to proof. The the oil field ffi. Dr. Pusey of this place the senior partner of the firm of F. J. (J. W. B. Balder, living sevea tnfles from to effect a plau by which the gas could' be ibis ploce in a few days. is interested in the company. Cheney &. Co., doing business in the City Oa , writes : "For several years I Athens, used to an advantugc. There ure three Mr. A. A. Richardson, of this place, has with running ulcers, which doctors treat, companies that have a number of good The heavy wit.d storm Sunday night of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and A single boted and pronounced Incurable. been attending court this week as a witwells and it was'ithese that concluded to tle of II. B. B. did me more good than all the blew down one of the Rock Gas Com. that Buid firm will pay the sum of ONE ness in the L , H- - ,t W. right of way case. doctors. I kept on using It and all the v leers pany's derricks over one of their wells, HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and combine, the Cloverport Mineral, the honied." Call on B, Whitworth .t Son for barand the Gold Fortune. and broke a connecting pipe with the main every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured Mineral Center D. O. Klnard & Son, Towallga, Oa., writes: "Wo Indexed a neighbor to try B, B. D. for lino and it let tho gas out. Tnese three companies working together gains in dry goods and groceries The guages by the use of II.w.i.'h Catakiiii Coke. FRANK J. CHENEY. Dr. R. W, Warfield's new residence will catarrh, which he thought Incurable, as It had above it kept falling back so that they just hive ample means to pipe the city and resisted all treatment. It delighted him, and Sworn to before mo and subscribed in furnish all the gas necessary for lighting soon be completed and will add much to continuing its use he was cured sound and thought it bad d a little cooler and ( well." the streets. It will be so arranged that it the looks of our little town. iner wero (uruing u on Heavier in boms-vlll- e, my presence, this h day of December, A. H. M. Lawson, East Point, Ga., writes: investigation found rut that D. '80. in private residences also at a further Mr, John Richardson, of Big Spring, is "My wlfo had scrofula 15 years. She kept cin beustd A. W. GLEASON, small cost. The move was a good one talking of building a first class hotel in growing worse. She lost her hair and her it was going out at the back end. Notniy Public. j seal skin broke out fearfully. Debility, emaciation and the gentlemen are to be commended this place, and u hotel is just what it needs The death of Miss Mairgie Wool folk and no appetite followed. After physicians for such wise action and unless we get one we will be left in and numerous advertised medicines failed, I Monday morning, was very sad to her Ilall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally tried B. B. 11., and her recovery was rapid the suds , stick a pin there brudder Mugfamily and to her many friends,. Miss and acts directly upon tho blood and muand complete." Gov. CaUi'uei.1., tho first Demociatic gins. Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md., wiliest "I Macule boo been in bad health for more cus surfaces of the system. Send for the Slate of Ohio has had for Governor Mr. A A, Ricbardsin, of this place, is suffered from weak back and rheumatism. B. than a year, and at the firtt stage it was free. D. has proven to be the only medicine that many years, was inaugurated last week. doing a lively business selling dry good, B. seen that consumption had a hold on her F. J, CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, O. gave me lellef." A victory by the Democratic parly in Ohio notions, groceries and all kinds of gocdj SySold by Drugcists, 75 con's and it was only a matter of time when tho is something unusual as was the case In esually kept in country stores. Abe is a w.uld be takeu away, tier many friends BRANDENBURG. tho election of Campbell. Rut the race clever gentleman and a salesmourn ber loss so early iu life and great Mr. II. O. Clarke, of TliU City, Ccl. was won on a fair, square fight and will be man sympathy will be extended to the family. 30,000 From the I.oul.luiia Mr. Aaron Whiltleshofer is In (he c'ty. repeated again in 1892, Miss Mairgie was the oldest daughter of Tbo Baptist bretheren have been talkirg Nlale Lottery, Mrs. Jim Bland Is said to be in bad Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Woolfolk, and but of moving their church, which is now callMu. Walker Blaitj, eldest son of Jas. O ii actually true mat you naye reis about 20 years of Bjre. Fumral services ed Lost Run, to this place. The people health. Rlalii, died suddenly at Washington City Mr, II. T. Haynes was in the city several were held at the M, E church at 11 o'clock ceived a part of the capital pr'zs in (he are very noxious for them O do so and lost Thursday, of pt.eurr.onia. Mr. Blain Tuesday, and afterwards taken to the Buck last drawing of the Louisiana State Lotwill do their share in erecting a tike doyi last week. was :!." years of age and lud a prosperous tery ?" asked a reporter for The StavSay-ing- s Grove cemetery for burial. building that will he an honor to tbo comThere are about Ci mules in this neighfuture before him if Ms life had been ol Mr. H. C. Clarke, a young lithog munity us well as n great benefit. All the borhood for sale, spared. rapher employed at August Gasi's and re- -. needs is a little push, and the necmatter UuckleH'a Arnica Halve Durt Moremen weU to the city on the siding at No. 712 North Comptou avenue. The House Committee on Judiciary has essary funds will be raised In a short lime. Guthrie Tuesday. The best salve in the world for cats ulcers, salt rheum, fever "Yes," said he, "I have received MO 000 bruisos, sores reported a bill fixing the salary of ttu Success to the Nkwh Airs. Jno. F returned home from sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, In cash The money was paid to me by State Treasurer at $1 000 per annum in II D. last week. Cloven ort corns, and all skin eruptions, uiid positive the Continental Nat'l Bank, of St. Louis stead ol $2,400, It is js now In my possession, and a part of it Mr, A. Ditto, jr, Lone Rranch, was in ly cures Piles, or no pay required, guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or BROWN'S IRON BHTERS the city last Thursday. Mu Robert M. Jolly Is doubtless of the money refunded. Prioe 25 cents per box, will go Info an elegant Utile home for myCure Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyinetisla, Mala, rla, Nervousness, and General Debility. PhysiThis is the week to kill hos if jou want For sale by G. W. abort, Gkmport, Ky , self and my family. My ticket was No 9:i " opinion that there is a very large dog uncian recommend It. All dealers sell It. Genuine and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky, Si, Louis (Mo.) Nov 25. the effects of the moon, der (he Republican wood pilo somewhere. fc and crossed red Hues on wrapper. gs G-LOVE- Judge John Oa Simrall. Judge Roberta was announced as n candidate for some months when Judge Simrall made his in the ring. It seems that after Judgo Simrall became a candidate he wished to arbitrate with Judge Roberts the question which of them should be the Louisville candidate, and that Judge Roberts promptly refused to enter upon nny such arrangement. There afterward appeared in the Sunday Critic references to the fact that Judge Roberts promptly refused to arbitrate his candidacy with Judite Simrall. These notices were calculated to create the impression that the refusal of Judgo Roberts to submit to the supposed arbitration was mere atublmness, and was standing in the way of the election of a Louisville man. Judge Roberts published a card last week in the Louisville daily papers slating his rontons for refusing the proposition made by Judge Simrall to hubject their claimB to arbitration. The following is bis card in full: Lolisvillk, Kv., Jan. 14. There have ap- Monday. Mr. Hitchcock, road master of the U. .t W and wife have taken rooms the Lenuin Hotel L, ut Mr. Wm. Pusey, GarnetUvilie. Siturduy nnd' Sunday with his brother, Dr D. C. Pusey. The county jail has only two criminals in it, ooe for murder and one forshootiug with intent to kill. Miss Nellie McGehee, of Long Branch, bad to leave her school at Ljnnden on account of her health. The B.ckerstnfT well No I, received a A Heavy Merino shirt and drawers 30 ots. each. Red FJannel shirts successful shot Monday, and the cleared .'50 els. each. Canton Flannel drawers, a good'one 22 ots. the borself beautifully. best you have over seen 38 cts. The little grandson of Mrs. II. C. Raw-linht Decatur, III , died last Tuesday S, mornii'g of dyptheria. Born to the wife of Joseph Mills on Sat39c. worth SO. 50c. worth 75. 7oc worth $1.00 91c. worth i.25. urday nigbt a week, twius, girl and a boy, each weighing two pounds. Mr. Clnrence Purse n, of Liuisville, is at Ling Branch superintending the Ruck Gas Company's business. We prefer tho exchange of our winter stock of Overcoats at a small los.s II. B Livers k Nevitt talk of taking rather than salt them away. their mules South They are feeding forty head and they are daisies. Overcoats for 3.50 worth 6.00, 4.00 worth G.50, ' 1.50 worth 7.00. Mr. Jess Clarkson, of Big Spring, in 6.50 worth 900, 8.00 worth 12.00. town looking after what tbo board of supervisors dine for him Monday. And all other "Winter goods at equal reductions. A heavy land slide ot the Ij. St. L & T. B2rVe make exact change. We advertise what we will do. Then above Rock Haven last Wednesday, caused the trains to lose a great deal of timo. we will do just what we advertise. We are net spot cash men. So IN BOOTS & SHOES flf We the undersigned ck Banks and Rank- We can surprise you in prices. Oommliiiaiion, ers xoillpayall Prises drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. . It. HI. WAI.ItISL.i:Y, Prc, Loulelaiin PIERIIB A. HALDWIN, I'rcn, New Orleans National Uank. 0ni, KOIIN Prc. Union National Hank. GRAND In national Uank. IiArVAVX, 1'res. State Nu. tlonal Itanli. MONTHLY DRAWING tho Academy of Music, NewOrleans Tuesday,. February II, 1890. OVERCOATS, 100,000 Cloverport, WM. VEST & SONS f $300,000 100,000 . 50,000 1 LAUQE PJUZES OF . 25,000 2 LAUOE PRIZES OF . 20,000 5 PRIZES OF . 25,000 ' 25 1,000 . 25,000 100 ' 500, . 50,000 ' 200 300, . 60,000 600' 200, . 100,000 irfBOXIUATION PRIZES. 100 Prlies of $500 are . $50,000 ," 100 Priios of $300 are '130,000 100 Prlies of $200 or 20.000 TrbuinJLl Pbizksi 999 Prises of 100 are u 99.900 999 Prlies of 100 ar 99.900 1 Capital Prizo, $300,000. Ticket at Twenty Dollar each. Ilavcla IO: Quarter .3: 'lentliM 98; Twentieth SI. list or muis. 1 CAPITAL $300,000. I'KIZK OP QltAND PRIZE OF 100,000. 50.000 25,000, 10,000, 6.000. . Kentucky. Prlies, omounting to j..$1,054,800 Notf. Tickets drawing Capital Prlies are not entitled to terminal Pritcs. 3;134 vw AGENTS WANTED. Dem-ocrat- KmtorNliii; Governor 'itiiclmur. At a meeling of the citizens of tbo City of Cloverport, on tho 17th day of January, 18D0, to take into consideration the action ol Governer S, B. Uuckner. in relation to his message to the Legislature of this Hambleton, mayor, Tbo object of the meeling being stotcd, on motion a committee of sfa was appointed to draft a set of resolutions expressive cf the sense of the meeling. Tho chair appointed the following gentlemen : Dudley Hambleton, J. H. L Moorman, Frank Fraize, II L. New-soA J. Grcsa, C. E Lieht'oot, who submitted the following resolutions which on motion were adopted wit out a dissenting voice: Itesolced jba tho Governor of Kentucky, in calling the attention of the Legislature to iho neglect of official duty on tha port of Civil officers throughout the State, and the practice said to be prevailing in certain courts was discharging a Constitutional duty imposed upon him, "to take care that the lawt, of the Slate are executed." Resolved, that without expressing nny opiolod as to the existence or of the Official Delinquencies referred to in the Governor's Message, it is tho sense of this meeting that, emanating as these charges do, from the highest official source, and in the diecbago of the Governor's Constitutional duties, if is the duty of the Gene'al Assembly now in session to make an impartial but searching investiga tion, and if Bold abuses are found to exist, enact such j;enero laws as will prevent their recurrence in the future. Resolced, That we coinmond to the General Asembly the refereoce made by the Governor in his message to the practices of railroad corporations jn their attempts to control the Legislation of the State, and earneitly rcommed the enactment of suib laws as will most effectually guard against their interference with the legislation of the State in the future, that all legislation should bo founded upon consideration or the public good, and no real or supposed interest should be per mitted to contravene that general good, Any attempt by individual or corporation to inlluonce legislation should bo punished with the greatest severity. Resolced, that we recommend a general and thorough Investigation as to tho conduct of publio officials bolh State and Locol throughout the State, in order that official abuses and irrejularitles may be corrected and guatded against In every depirtraent of administration. Resolved While we aro not unfriendly to railroads, and beliovo tbey ought to be encouraged and protected in tbo full and free exercise of their chartered rights, we ara unwilling that they should dictate legislation iucoropBiba with the publio welfare, or that they nhould koep at tbo seat of Government a paid and powerful lobby, for the solo purpose of influencing '(bo legislation of the State, therefore in view of all bo facts we cheerfully pledge our earnest support to Governor Buckner, in his manly and patriotio efforts to protect the interests of the masses against the classes. Resolved Onmbtlon jt wasresolved that a copy of these resolutions be sect the Courier-Journand BnncKEKiuonE News for publication, was culled to the chair. m, ce al aarfor 01ab.rates,orony further information deitroJ, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your resldenco, with S,tate, County, Street and Number. Morerapld return mall delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full addresn, or IMPORTANT. iu. a. DAirrmiv, New Orlcaiik, I,n., A. DAUPHIN, AoMot A James JTI. lt ton-tente- d, lnued by all Express Companies, Now York Exchange, Draft or Postal Note. Wis pay os Ccbbknov sent us by Express or $5 or over. Address Registered Letters to NEW OKLIJANS NATIONAL, BANK. Wow OrleaiiN, I,a. REMEMBER that the payment of all prlies By ordinary lottor, containing AVaulilngftoii, D, C. Moxrt Ord,r is GUARANTEED Br FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and tho Tickets nre signed by the President of an Institution, whose chartered rights are reeognited In the highest Courts; therefore, beware of any imitations or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR Is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US h any Drawing. Anything in our name offered for less thac a Dollar is a swindle. i- - STATEMENT 0,.t.,,0.JJ0,,dllIou of " nreckln- rlup;c ltiink, Cloverport, Ky., at tuo r """Ihc Hccemlicr 311, .oiSi. Notts nnd Bills Dlicounted Bank Fixtures and Furniture Banking House ajd Lot Over ASSETS. one-thir- Suspended Debt. Due from Banks Cash on hand Draft.... I'(nJ $157,965 2,572' 3,335 1,473 133 25,881 25 25 14 50 42 01 33,90148 23,900 15 $249,234 29 . J Ttl 1 CapItnlStook 15,10000 Deposits....... ., 183,501 31 Surplus Ffind.... 16,500 00 uuuiviueu rrontst,, 2,238'95 Dividend No. 31, rfue January 3d, 1890 i(80l 00 Total: $219,23429 Net Earnings since Juno 30, 1889.... $1,507 2H Applied as follows! Dividend No. 31, per ' ' cent, payable January MAIIIIilTlES. i ' 1890 51,804 00 Added to Surplus Fund.. 2,000 00 Added to Undivided Pro's 703 29 3J, ' snl-fer- statement Is true to the best of my knowledco and belief, A. B. SKILLMAN, Cashier. Subscribed ami nvrnrn In lArA MA .1.1. 0.1 day of January, 1890, . OIIAS. B. SKILLMAN. N. P. B.O. I, A. B. Sklllman, cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above . Total $4,587 29 fife FANCY GROCERIES -A- ND- i- OONFECTIONS I take this method orinformlng the or Cloverport and vicinity, that I have cltliens opened a new stock of 4 GROCERIES &' CONFECTIONS' In the (tore house jntt vacated by S. B. ADKI8SON. Urooerles first-cla- ss I will heep on hand a full line of Fancy then as low as the lowest. Fresh now stock. Merytblng and anything you need. Pliaso' give me a call, sse w goods and prices. and Confectioneries, and will sell C J. MURPHY. '' BUY YOUE s SHIRTS'-- rKN- - Star-Saylnu- s, trade tnark and IHIOWN'S iftON BITTERS. It cures qulokly. For sale by all dealers Iu medlctnu. (let the ytmuliie. mf I P Weakness, Ullloujiicui. take roil this iiLoon, Malaria, IudtKCSlIon .....I i.i 9 J. D. BABBAGE. WPfcyyUMWpgwwfiiy i ninmiwimui m mii irtmmptT" t- wlWTiTwmnr"r'yr """." " ' ' " """' I . HIWI ifi linmimj ' ' . 1,41 ? ' . few &?. aui .$? &PF & - M- - '. , 2 i . V., . 8 i 4 sww ' A bill litis broil introduced to pruveni The river U still rising. tin! of find cousin in thix Thn buildmi; boom is oil Commonwealth The punishment U f.jOO Mrs. Joe Porter is very III, fine and twelve months imprisonment fur V 0 Allen has the In fliienzH ! the magistrate or official performing the Look out for our erand drawing. ceremony The Commercial clnb ought to wake up Mr. Beauchamp bus introduced a bill The boom is on get out of ibe woy and to abolish the county Board of Supervisors 3n Keep it up, and we won't have any catife to complain, alOf com so il is, as the poet sings : and allow their duties to be performed by let the procession movo on. "cut-rale- " though it is no money in our pocket. Our new tariff Several car loads ol machinery have tbe Justices of thn Pence. "Every prospect pleases which we put in force last week, has had the deftired effect. "We Mr. Settles' bill, providing that Jury been received at the machine shop'. Anil only man ib ofTlijs base." arc selling lots of our own make Clothing the hest in the city Mr. Jolly bas introduced a bill for tho Fund Trustees shall collect all fines and judgmonts of courts and pay tbe pro rata or wordb to that cflerJt. I3nt, one firm is all right, and a few wrcks more of this sort of work will bring down the bent fit of the town of Slcphcosporu of such collections to court officinls has low-dow- n that is Hich stock to the proper level. In the meantime, the same The infnnt child ol Mr. and Mrs. been favorably reported and passed. Both tlio method and results when aid Mays died In this city yesterday evenno-prprices prevail, and bargain-hunte- rs will find a splenA bill is before the Legislature to inSyrup of Figs ia taken; it is pleasant ing 'W e had quite a run on did field to invest their spare change. and refreshing to tho taste, and acts corporate the town of Yelvington in DavMr. A mel Oelze ban struck it rich. $60,-00- 0 gcntlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, iess county. our stock of Overcoats, but we can still supply a moderate demnko off ol an is a pretty nice sum to r:6: Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysI Thero is a feeling throughout the Stale mand. Tl.cy arc wonderful values for the money we let them investment ol $1000. tem effectually, dispels colds, headthat tho Legislature ought not to extend go for ; but there is a limit to all things they cannot last much Five new ngsnes of CO tons and ten its session aches and fovcra and cures habitual over sixty days. wheels ench have beeu added to tho rollconstipation. Byrup of Figs is tho longer. But while they do last, it will be fun for the but Mr. Riclardson, of Meade, has introonly remedy of its kind ever proing slock of the Clover Line this week. They match the "prospect" of the poet ami no money for us.- - But it can't he helped. duced n bill requiring ruilroads to fence duced, pleasing to tho taBto and acWhat has become of the Commercial please every time, holf of Ibe odjacent propeity when receptable to tho'stomach, prompt in Club ? There is lots of work for it to do. " quired by the properly owners, its action and truly lieneficial in its and we hope it will come together and effects, prepared only from tho most The Legislature made an appropriation -doit. healthy and asreeablo substances, of 10 000 for the benefit of tho sufferers Mies Ella Carter died last Saturday its many oxcellent qualities comby the storm a week ago in the southern She was 21 morning of consumption. In the folks that promise you the earth anil give mend it to all and have made it part of tbe State years old and daughter of the late Ben U tho most popular remedy known. yon a popcorn ball. We do as vc say Tho Courier Journal is endenvoring to Carter. Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c check an evil that has existed with past and 81 bottles by all leading drugWars and rumors of war do not effect Legislatures -gists. Any reliable druggist who the wonderful cures of Canter's magic that body. and which is still going on in Numerous amendments have S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. may not havo it on hand will prochicken cholera cnr6. "No cure, no pay ' been made to Louisville's charter without cure it promptly for any ono who Sold "by G. W. Short. At a the citizens being consulted, thus giving wishes to try Do not accept Tto Commercial :lub bas done excellent righ's to certain parties who fleece tbe Church .Votes, any substitqto. WOODSON'S WEAL. work for this town tn tbe pbst and It should city out of large sums of money. This is Pukbiiytekiax Cituncu Sunday School CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Wake up gennot cease from its labors. every Sunday, .1.00 p, m. one of tho effects of too much local legisSAN FltANCISC h CAL. A McniplilN Vouiib Ulan ol W'ortli tlemen and let your light shine. Preaching by Rev. J. H. Jlorrison eocb lation lOVISVItU, KY. HEW YORK, It.T. Yon can't ilo better than buy of Luckily IMoro So. ItccomcH Sunday morning at 10.00. Born to tbe wife of Mr. Phillip Ditzen-bacGov. Bucktier bas pardoned W. B. eagles Upon the principle that nono but Tuesday night prayer meeting 7 110, by Wednesday Jan 15th, a bouncing Tompkins, sent up from Trigg county for FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. star with eagles, the ApPfn' reportorml officers of the church big boy, Louis Irvin. Phillip has been unlife, charged with raurder. We are authorized to announce capitalist yesterday sought out Mr. Chas able to set many type this week. Too busy Mr. Langly, of Floyd, has introduced a 15. Woodson, tbo extent of whose good GRORGEH. MADDEN, Services at the Methodist church. Sunbaby. as n Candidate for Clerk Court of Api als looking after the bill to enlarge the property rights of marfortune is only excelled by his handsome days 11 a. m. nnd 7 p. m., by the pastor. Subject to the action of Democratic t late Clover ried women, Harry Price, a brakeman on the Convention. nppearance. Mr. Woodson was tbo lucky Sunday School Sunday 9,:t0 n. m , by Line, while coupling cars at Guston last A bill bas been introduced in the Senate holder of a part of ticket No. Supt. A. A. Simons. FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. Sunday was thrown under the wheels, the providing for the appointment of female 98,455 in the December drawing of the Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p. m. entire train passing over his body cutting physicians in certain charitable We are autboriicd to announco instituLouisiana State Lottery, which drew the Re. W. C. Buaxiion, Pastor. it in two parts. He was from Lebanon, tions of tbe Srate. The Appeal capital prize of $000,000. JOHN ROBERTS, of the City of Louisville, a) a candidate for Ky. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Tbo Capital removal question has been commissioner found Mr Woodson hard at Judge of the Court of Appeals, mbject to the Mr. John B. Phillips, formerly of Hanrevived in the 8enatn by Mr. Mulligan, tbe work at his desk, holding the responsible action of the Democratic, party of the Third cock county, is now at Oklahoma. I. T., member from Lexington. All persons having claims acalnst the es- r and chief of Appellate District. The Bluegrass position of bead tate ot Joseph Milter, deconsed, are hereby reand writes to have bis paper sent to that Athens has made many efforts Ihe businese office of Ihe Wo are authorlted to announce notified to presonl tbein rrnnerlv nroven to m to get the llnoli Kerping, Short Jlnntt, Telrgraphji, Jte city. That he is indebted to some friend State seat of Government, Hunter on or before tho 1st day of February. 180(1, or but sbo is no tail dry goods establishment of iiruejur t,aiaiogue ana juii i njornuttion JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, visits, and appreciates it they will he forever burred. fir its weekly Brothers, corner of Main and West Court nearer the point now than ever. to tho office of ai a candidate for K. CIIAPIN, Adm'r JAS. geutleman of fine nppearJudge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the very highly. Gov. Backner has reappointed the Streets. He is a action of the Democratic party. Rev. I. V. Grrgory, of the Christian members of and, apparently, a genial, sociable tbe present Railrood Commis-missio- n ance TIM The Appeal reporter appreach in Fishers Hall tocompanion. NOTICE! FARM FOR SALE. Win. K. Darnes, church will for another term John Allen Murray, week out with tho figurative question: night and tbe remainder of the proached him roit Hardlnsburg. Clorcrport, A bill to establish a State Bureau of InIn Ureckenridgo County, Ky , ' Well, Mr. Woodson. I suppose your ship at Tar Fork church. From there he goes a tnilo from Strnhcntport, a town on the of formation is beforo the Legislature nnd MURRAY &. BARNES, to the Falls of Rough to hold a meeting, has come in?" "How is that, sir?" said Ohio river nnd I, ,St. L. A T. It. U., conslst-Ih- k will doubtless become a law. Monday night, of 145 ntres. 1'lne fruit nnd stock farm and ihen, ns if catching on to the idea, beginning next he, BllCkot Purifying Pumps guaranteed to purify the foulest water. , , . I -C iviuuurusuu, uirf-jwith nvo never falling springs ' llardlmburg and Clorcrport, iui Dl.l iueaue, nas oitoreu a mniltniftd : "Oh. ves sir. I mado tho rflle provements consist of one on It. Tho Imby Frank Obe MtQaady was badly cut Can be put in by ambody and is never out of repair. Any child framo dwelling bill for the taxation of banks. It provides the last drawing Kentucky. In reply to further inn house of five rooms, Bliitlo nnd tobacco ham. can use them. Kinney in a personal encounter near Also plenty of good fruit of nearly nil kinds. that Ihe capital stock, surplus, undivided terrogatories, Mr. Woodson elaborated-"last Saturday niebt. Kinney came Will force water to an Buckeye Force Pumps for Deep Wells. Which can be profits and individual accumulations ol held the lucky number, depqsiled it hand nnd threebought for 1.250 ?500 cash in in MonJay and gave himself up to marpa.it of the house or surroundings. yeirs tlmo on tho remainder. each bank of institution doing a business with ray bank, received tbe returns ($16,-00Apyly to shal Graham. Tbe trial will be held as OARDNKK HAWKINS. Either kind guaranteed to give satisfaction. Write for pi ices on of deposit and discount in this State shall promptly, and have not yet decided soon as McQuady is able to attend. these or any kind of Building Material. be taxed like all other property. moke. I own a HARDINSBURG, KY. what investment I will The Ciiy Council has adopted Mej NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! Can make shipments promptly to any point. UrOfflce on Brick Corner. which has been receiving grade of SecondT A bill :s before the Legislature to fix valuable farm Fowler's report on the 'in will pluce tbe compensation of Commonwealth's At- my attention very closely, and I & street and the same will be submitted to torneys at an annual salary of $.1,000 io a portion of it thero in the way of improvel. LEITCHFIELP, KY. It is to tie railroad for their lieu of all fees now received. ments. I have received any amount of ot now that there will be no further be hoped advice as to Low I shall invest it, but I delay and that tbe street will be put in have decided to resign my plato here on NOW BEWLEYVILLE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1890. IN CLOVERPORT. order. tbe 1st of January and devote a tood port I will mako Phologmphs any kind or style. There is a cenbine awaking amenc our Dr. E. R. Pennington sold bis land lying of next year to travet over the United Cablnot, Card, Daisy or Tintypes nt reasonable Inbc) on your incr and people on the subject of building houses, t. Notice the near Mr. Uiram Crtrlton to Mr. John Trent States, and perhaps may go to Europe prices. Also lnrgo work of nny kind or style. oo If J our lime expire HiIn mouth. and most every man you meet has a plan last week and received the whole in cash. I am a native born West Tenncsseeani Knlargcmonts mado from old pictures nnd in band and is discussing it. There is no Mr. Trent is a cash man and knows when Fayette county being tbe place of my framed for $2.50 I also make Crayon PorI'oraonul. If its an Overcoat you need now, or at nny time in the question but what houses arc in demand and how to invest his surplus 1 laving eighteen yenrs axperieneo in received a traits, He is on biith and early traiuing John Witt was In the city this week. near future, you should call at Witt's. lie's marked them and we have need for tbein, and tbe roon-Photography, I will try to mako l'hutos or iftiy was comof the patrons of the cash store at Hewley-vlll- e. good literary education, which our people wake up to this fact tbe betJ. D. Babbago went tu Louisville Thursday, His motto is never way down and (hey arc bound to go, pleted ot Lexington, Ky , but studied book- other work to please ono and nil. Giro me n ter it will be for tbe town. There ought keeping at Leddon's Commercial College call. Now located over Mr. Den Dates went to Louisville yesterday. Mr. John L, Bandy has bought tbe into carry goods over from one scii.ion to another. They M AUXIN'S DRUll STOIti:. to be at least fi'ty bouses going up hero terest of Mr. Cbinton McCans I have held responsible . W. II. Bowmer went to Loulsvlllo Thursday. in bis In Memphis. Cloverpott, Ky. must go nt some price. So here's your opportunity to get right now. Mr. Bandy is a thrifty positions at Menken's and tbe bouse I am father's place. Iter. I. B. Tlinberlnke was In town WednesYou mint take the cash along nn Overcoat very cheap. The railroad company found it necesfarmer and he too buy's bis goods of the now engaged in. I have been in tho habit day. REAL ESTATE AT five or six years of buying one or VALUABLE tho' to get it or its equivalent, Produce. this week to b!aU out of tbe way tbe Cash Store, lie also has u tbe past Mtis Forrlo Hardin, of Holt, won In the city sary huge rock overhanging the track in tbe more Louisiana State Lottery tickets more PUBLIC AUCTION. lurge stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter Friday. Mr. W. II Cain, jr., movod his family to Skillman cut above town. It bas bang his Meade county farm on Saturday last as a pastime than an) thing else, lou Mrs. II. V. Duncan went to Jlarulnsbiirg 1 was surprised to disFine Hotel Property with Storehouse. suspended from the embankment ever He bas improved tbe place with Monday. a new may rest assured since the cut was made, and has always dwelling, and with bis active energy and cover that I had secured the lucky numPublic Hall and a Large Warehouse for R. K. Moorman and nlfe went to Henderson 1 will still continue to patronize the been an object of some terror to trainmen t;ood mansgment will soon have one of tbo ber. Handllnn Tobacco. In a Thriving ,Monday. lottery in about tbo same way. I am thirTbe recent rains caused it to loosen its prettiest places in the vicinity. e Mr. 0. W. Moorman went to Louisville Little Town. hold partially on tbe bank so it became ty years of age, have been taarried, that he says must go along with the Overcoats. He has Thursday. Mrs. Mag Dent and daughter, Either, have two sons who now reside at my A Splendid Opportunity- - Tor A 1,1 vo necessary to remove it. Dynamite did tbe and cut the price on these goods and they must leave. But this visited tho Cash Store last week and left II. W. Washington was InShe city Thursday sir." Memphis (Tenn) farm. Good-bywork, and now it would be difficult to loMini, Sold on J'ufcj-- TcrniN. and Friday. a handsome sum tn cash. advertisement- don't tell the story near so well ns the goods peb28. Appeal, December, little of ihe once imposing Oil the 8th day of February, lb90, as ex' Hon. Tbos. S. l'ettlt, of Owensboro, was In cale but Messrs Gilbert Kasey and Wm McCoy ecutor of tbe estate of Mo. II. Meador, deo'd. and prices, so it is best that you sec them. Cull early and ble. town Wednesday. I will sell to tho highost bidder, tho remainder jr., made a visit to Louisville lust week MOOLEYVILLE. Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Stephens entertained avoid the rush. of the real citato of Mc. It. Mcador, doo'd. Mrs. Eugene Haynes, of Stephensport, was with the intention of making it their home, One Hotel and Storehouse combined, good to tea Saturday evening in honor of sevIn the otty Monday. wind storm last Sunin a few days with tbeir views but returned We had a terriblo barn and gnrdon belonging to same. eral visiting young ladies. A very enjoyOne largo Hall over the school house. A Mrs. Ben. Duncan and Miss Effie are visitsomewhat changed as to city life. day night. Do houses capsized however. able time was had aud Kentucky's claim large Warehouse for handling tobacco. And ing In Owensboro. Mr. W. V. Keath has gone to Liuisvillo A great number of hogs- have died in Big Spring is a good point for buying tobaoco. to hospitality secured by still another rivet. Hon. A. W. Moorman, of Brandenburg, was Alt the above property is In good Those present wero Misses Brook Stephe-en- s, looking for a business situation. As ho is this vicinity, and those who have butchered and I must have approved security condition for the In town this week. portion of their meat, ow- above property. have lost quite a Sweety Board, Fannie Brasbear, Lucy well qualified and an energetic a.id deservMrs. It. N, Hudson, of Loutstllle, came One tract of land l)i miles I'.nst of Big ing young man, we hope he will find a good ing to tbe warm weather. McGavock, Lula Owen, Minnie Murray, Spring, on the Klizabethtown and Dig Spring down for few days this week. place, Mr. Thomas Broody has gone to LouisSallie Pumpbrey, and Messrs. Jas.' Steph w. road, containing 110 acres. Mrs. W. B. White, Jr., of Tell City, visited , One tract of land South ol Dig Spring on the Our best wishes for Mr. Bale Washington was in town last ville to attend school ens, Unas, auuiman, Aiarion JUcuavock, Leltqhflold road, containing 100 ncres. the city several days this week. htm that his earnoit efforts may be crownweek. Jesse Owen and Orvillo Skillman, One tiact of land 3 miles West of Illg Spring Mrs, M. lit Fontaino and son, Virgil, of ed with success. and containing 200 acres. Mr. W, W. Williams was in town Friday Mr. James Fetter, President of Ky. Brandenburg, spent Friday in the city. One traot of land 4 miles West of Dig Spring INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Mr Vic burch, of Elizubetbtown, has adjoining Mrs He knows buying goods of the Cash. Nat'l Bank ; Mr. Harry Weissinger, PresSpires' and the old McCan's F. Fralio, F. N. D'Huy, Dick Beavln and i L nan sCi Come often been visiting friends and relatives at this farm, containing 120 acres. The above propident of tbe Star Tobacco Works; Mr. where ho ge's them riitbt. is TTfCffjj.'. J. C. Porter went to Hardlnrburg Monday. expressed by his erty will positively be sold on that day and place. Many regrete are Alex Bullitt, President Board bf Under- Mr. W. any one wanting to purchase will find It to Geo. Jordan and Dick Beavln went to Louiswriters, and Mr. Luttle, of Louisville, Mr. Roscoe Nolhern, of Biras was in many lady friends hat bis stay is so short. their Interest and adrantage to be prosont. ville Thursday night and returned Saturday. oash nnd the remainder in Terms, passed through tho city yesterday in a town last week visiting the family of Mr 75. Mr. Davis Cunningham, son of J D one and two years, with 0 per cent, interest Lannle Smith came up from Owensboro to private car enroute to Victoria, where they Price, $18.00 at Factory, Cunningham, it very ill at this writing with from date, Thomas Nolhern, his grand father. Cash with Order. the Masonlo Installation meeting Wednesday. will spend several days bunting and lookE. W. JONES, S. C. MALIN, Mr. B. Logan Hnrdaway will return in influenza. Wm. Hancs, of Yelvlogton, spent Saturday ing over the country. It is supposed that Executor. Auctioneer. Tbey had a giand little hop at MIbs night In the city the guest of Mrs. W. II. Bow- the car is well equipped with cigars and a few days to his far away home In Northwhere we hope prosperity may Lizza Bellwood's last Tuesday evening ern Dakota, Btrlctljr rint-ClasWarranted. mer. refreshments of all kinds, aud that the All Socond Grout!) llloLory. Phillip TnI, All enjoyed themselves hugely. no shoes unless bim in the future as in tbe past. ' Met'l Axles and '1 Inu. Miss Jennie Ireland spent Saturday and gentlemen are out there for a good time, attend CAUTION KiftrSsittia'Sj.'.K Low Mont Seat Arms. IVirfectlr llalanccd. Mr. Robert B. Pennington stopped oir be sure to be at our next dance. Sunday with her parents at home, returning bottom. If tho denier cannot supply you, Inir, Kiwy Klilluir. Oil Tempered 8nrlnir. and here's hoping tbey may have it. oml direct tu factory, enclosing oavvrtlsed Itast Wheels and Best All Over. Mr. Frank I5lder, after a threo months In time for work at school Monday morning. on bis return from Louisville to Owensboro vriro. JTTW'T W YOU CANT FIND TH3M FOR BALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS, WRITE US. Vw to visit his friend George E, Drury, but say at hi- father's ot this place, has reMisses Fannie Brasbear, Minnie Murray, Tho Ludlow Delighted, spent most of bis lime at Charlie's. Welt turned to Ii!b Southern home iu Arkansas Lucy McOavock and Lula Owen spent the past The pleasant effect and the perfect safeWe beard him speak Bob, Gporge soya he is always glad to have near Lake Tillage. week with MIbs tialllo Pumphery at Holt. ty with which ladies may nse tbe liquid They report a giddy, giddy time and any their you come anyway, and wo are ccrlain often of u Miss Desste near Clover fruit laxative. Syrup of Figs, under all w'as well entertained. pleasure was most ittozlcatlng. in highest terms. i 000 000 Uickorj Spokes. conditions make it their favorite remedy. Charlie 550 acres of land, io one mile of Webster Mr. R K Mattingly und wife of th's COO 000 feet Hickory lumber. The young peoplo of the town spent an C. Nolte has contracted with the It is pleasant to the eye and to tbe taste, Station, L., St. L. T. railroad. In good Mr. J. Friday last at the place are visiting hor father, Mr. Ditk enjoyable evening on 000.000 feet Oak lumber, Inter-Sta- le community, in Rood atate of cultivation, Building and Loan Associa- gentle, yet effectual in acting on the kidThe Matjirgly, near Sinking Creek. home of Mr. Jno. C. Muss el man. 100,000 Cordi of Hickory DutU.. bis neys, liver and bowels. churcbes, schools and shop convenient. tion for a loan to build a bouse on party was given In honor of Miss Cora, the For dimensions and prices, address, Peach trees in bloom is January, this Address, T. B. ElKsuEnsoit, vacant lot on First street. Mr. Nolte bas Mrs M. Miss Cora with seems very much like a jke on vegetation I,ohIV'Ho Tobitcca Market, youngest sister of OwEXsnnono Wheki. Co. tho'house rented and tho rents will nearly Webstor, Kt. her courteous manner and entertaining but we will realize that it is only intended or quite, pay bis raouthTy dues to the com- Corrected weekly by Edwards, Barnard & conversation lent a cbarm to all who were fJr u, when time proves the fruit crop to pany, so at the cud of seven and a half Co., proprietors of Central Tobacco Ware-bous- e, present be an entire failure. Louisville, Ky. will haye paid a sufficient years Mr, Nolte 'kCtJuftfltt BBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiSBKiiSvX The Cash Store is riceiving daily adQUOTATIONS. amount uod bavo his house clear, without ditions of new and seasonable goods and Jtqmnu nSKt 'tit Sc 'Jvtfjij oo f f having paid oat a dollar o( his own money. D1BK TOBACCO, Headquarters for $ 1 00 to $ 1 25. with its close cash prices bas found no dull Dtrk Trash ' . 4wim 'mrzyo kw sux oomjjh practical working of a Rood 1 75. 1 25 " Thjs is the Common Lug Medium " 175" 2 2ft. season. and reliable Building and Loan Associa"tl "H'K'f'lio iflv!lt4fo-rfm-fut-fnv- t FOR " 3 00. we gave her Castorlfi. 2 25 Uood IMob Lugs U. John D, One th usnnd di zen eggs khipped in tbe When Paby was sick, tion such as the Inter-Stat- e tfrV'."n row W t puo 'rtwaw.'fWifwow GENTLEMEN. 3 00 " 4 GO Common Loaf When she aa a Child, she cried for Cnatorla. oi tpnft ntit)Jhff fjW ;( I'lno Calf, irenvjr I.acil Oniln nnd Creed- laet few days. 5 00. 4 00 " Babbage is secretary and treasurer in Medium Grain Drillo, Fertilizer, Cement, Michmoor Waterproof vn.1,1 Castorla. (4Jrf fep-- t fum ' When alio liecamo Mlsa, ho clung to t.in44 M mi(fnoji , 00 .. 0 50. Uood Hloh Leaf, It.'at. I, llu, " " ," - "".-ii"-.-t this city Bring on all kinds of proJuce fo: which m.. juwitoj My '"sW AMeJrfi r', ll,Ni-Mr.wr;0 5!) iff.oe 9 OC. mixuk. igan Plasterv Salt, Lime, Coal 0l ltedrled Filler!,.. When sbo bad Children, alio gave them Caatorla. 8IIOK. 4.IHI II AN II SK'Willi WF1.T, Ihe Cash always pars the highest' price. None, Wrappers .IOK ANI s:i.ti K TKA VAl.ITKPAKMKKH1 HUOK, by tbe Barrel, Plaster Hair, mff ttfpf fOMm fM v not j The Masons ol this city hold a public inrj.no mi.1 MKW HURLKY TOBACCO. , HALF HIIIIK. Don't ask for credit as it wilt not be ex4Z.VJI at tM&tW 'rmpiiniinw .mt Jtutmfmew no wnlutiHnuitU'S MIIOKH. $ 2 OOto $ 3 M. Dark Truth...., stallation service at the Baptist church last HX.eoami i.75 nova- - hoiiooi, hhoba. tended tp anyone. & a 'mt ilrlght nd Colory Trasb... 5 00 " 7 00, All in cougrcM, JJution ana uci, Wednesday. Tbi' services were very im, & pp w? in 5 00. 3 00 " . Ml"' Common Dark Lugs "'w U 00. by lion. Titos, fr. 0 00 " Mr. Perry, natter mechanic, of ibe pressive and the address Bright aad Colory Lugs.... Our Louisville market report is crowd. jd 6 00 " 10 00. Clover L'ne, ibis rateJ the WarfUld.pr&j.-wi- y, CUwob Red Leaf Brick, Plow Handta, Pin Flowing al (,? SHOK FOR MI8HKH. Pettill, of Oweutboro, was a splendid ttt A0M J ttJSJ 8 00 " 12 64, Kut MatorUl. rev.ktun, Mass. Fill 1 Medium Read Loaf. ways kept on hand, ol thU wek. There is no change how- W. JwukIiw, IfMeat Sty)". BestSold lag, ' Onhn actn to tbelKerature ol iha order and a aft fj 12 00 " 15 M. nt Good to fine Leaf. "! fwJ'itm I, and II. W, Herndon k Co. are still at ever companied by mmr pre-sip-f 16 00 " 20 00, Vine Bright Le,.,., credit to bis ability an a speaker aid "& , i T?., '8nbcrtbefortbf Bmckkxkuhu! Nkw Nominal, yjetrjiMsiand, Wmpper , ly failed, orator, ll a n S& iiiler-iiifirria- JyftuPfEq S CAL, IIUUVITIIIN. IieglftliMiro No ten. I " 1 The M&'t Fair I ofit The VVdrld's ulzer's pun Sell D ealers; WNT GO :Don' tTake Any Stock:- STotjl StocDr "Old Reliable" Clothiers I T77"e'll it FAIR PRIGR. h, SULZERS one-fortie- th Cioverport, Kentucky. &&mtMJzzm'3 book-keepe- well-know- RYANT& STRATTOM Business College LOUISVILLE, KY. XT IsL JP three-fourt- Attorneys atJLsxw. GIS'TELRIStS OR WELLS 3 Ball-tow- I Dr. J. T. BAKER, ,'Physician and Surgeon, 0) Breckenridge News. R. J. BASSET BRO., opp-ova- W. W. BROOKS, first-cla- ss fmx9m. OVERCOATS ! er UNDERWEAR - Wlde-a-wak- e, - J. A. WITT, CO., Hardinslmrgi Ky. PARRY MFG. No. one-thi- rd Q I Pv 7 Wanted. For Sale. i GREGORY & CO,, W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE -- Reapers and Mowers, jw .- ii ton-Hbuti- on $3&2SHOESld.!. Pine Poplar Shingloi ft vwm W, i "jf Bowmer HamWeton. WB'fi;ifMpcv) 't i y .iwNMiwttMiMWiiiM K y L Frequently, this rouses inflammation and the need of an anodyne No other expectorant or nnodyno is equal to Ayer's 'Cherry I'octornl. It osaisti Nnturo in ejecting tlio mucus, allays Irritation, induces repose, and is tho mast popular ot all cough cures. " Of tho many preparations boforo tho public for the euro of colds, concha, bronchitis, nnd kindred diseases, theru is nono, within tho rango of my experience, so reliable as Ayor'a Cherry Pectoral. For years I was subject to colds, followed by terrlblo coughs. About four years ngO, when so nflllctcd, I was advised to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and to lay all other remedies nsldo. I did so. nnd within n week was well of my cold and cough. SInco then I havo always kept this preparation in tho house, nnd feel comparatively secure." Mrs. L. L. Brown, Denmark, Miss. "A few years ago I took a sovr-r- cold which affectod my lungs. I had a terrlblo couch, and passul night after night without sleep. The doctors gavo mo tip. I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which relieved my lung, induced sleep, and afforded tho rest necessary for tho recovery of my strength. Hy tho continual use of tho Pectoral, n permanent cure was effected." Horaco Falrbrother, itocklngliara, Vt. Naturo's effort to cxpol foreign subIS stances from the bronchial passages. Coughing MOOLEYVILLE. Another girl arrived at Mr. (lq. Jarbnn's Isst Sunday. The influenza has struck thia place, nnd a great many are very III with it. & Mr, IVoilon SlifTrolurncd home after a slay of fhree days In Thnrs-'da- ?, Clover-vcrpo- rt Mixs Kiln Parr, near this plnoe, fpnl last week wi'h her sitter, Mrs. J B. Severs, at Union Star. MaMcr John Brown caught n largp gray lox in a snare which he l.ud set for a rabbit. This in a very rare occurrence. The dance which was to be given at Mr John Clemi'iilk' last Tuesday wn a lailure, Providence preventing with a heavy shower. Miss Mutlie V. Hicks', school Is nicely; she ha a full kcIiooI and attendance, which is uncimmon a, this placn. Quite a number of yi ung men here nud in the vicluity nro nut of employment, as tio nnking is ubout ever, the limber being ng Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rnzTAnm bt Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. H!d by all DrucgUti. Trice $1 ; !x bottles, 5, Breckenridge News .nlc on (he Stool Trial. Cruw Jed out nf lait lsac. Commonwealth's attorney Hoard failed to make n speech, owing lo sickness Judge N. McC. Mercer caught .the .La Grippe suddenly, nnd Hoard Jost his "grip ' about the same time. Morrison stood the bottle of giants well. He was left ulone enrly in the fray, hut held his own all the same. Mercer and Murray both made good speeches. Ben .Tnrvis brought down the house when Board asked him where he lived He said he lived near Hickory Lick Scbool-hoqs- e Of course Jbard knew where it nearly exhausted. Mr Jess Cunningham made his appearance Friday, afrer three months stav a Cane Creek, III He reports that it is u terrible country, and bis ay there caused him to nppreciaie his Ureckenridgo home more than ever Mr. Jas. Bigg, of Union Star, spent three da) last week with K F, Mnttingly of this place, on a hunting expedition, und ol course game suffered while lby were in the wood. Mr. Sum Klder and Miss Stelln Burhan-naCedar Grove, were united in the holy bonds of .matrimony last Saturday, Itev May they have a bright Styles officiating n, MEN OF LETTERS. Relation lu llmltli. John Vnlter,'thc new managing ediDr. Atwntcr, In the paper read by lihn botor of The London Times, is only 83. foro the lart convention of tho American Public Health association, dwelt on the evils As an editor of Tlio Southern Literary of overeating, nniMiowwl that lu tlilsVmin Messenger Poo received 852.1 per annum. try pooplo overeat enormously, especially In Col. Thomas W. Knox received nt tho matter of meat ami sweetmeats, with tho Paris tho highest nwnrd given to nny result of undermining their health ton degree. Dr. Jeromo Walker gavo facts to provo author of juvenllo books. that meat once n ilny was enough for any orMark Twain Is reported to 1kj growing Dr. Atkinson showed the dinary Indolent with his mlvuticlng years. IIu Importance of letter cooking for tho mnwes. bod nnd never hrenkfiiRts lie considered that n great obstruction to Im- retires enrly to provement in tho art of cooking Is tho almost beforo 10 o'clock. universal misconception that the liner cuts of Edwin Arnold Is described ns "a big, meat nro moro nutritious than tho coarwsr Botnewlint uncouth looking poet, with imrtlons, coupled with an alinoot iuwpernblo thick, ugly features, straggling beard eop!o ngnlust prejudlco among working and linlr, dreamy eyes nnd exqulslto stouetl food. This prejudlco Is doubtless duo sweetness of expression." to the tasteless quality of boiled meat; boll log toughens each of tho fine libers, and J. Henry Shorthouso, author of "John tho meat almost wholly of its distincInglesnnt," being asked recently as to Ida tive flavor. farorito novel, answered: "I think I All these blunders and misconceptions must pLaco Georgo Eliot's 'Silns Mnrner' first, evidently bo removed beforo any truo art of both ns a work of art nnd as ftUfllling, to cooking can becoino common practice The necessary, however, docs It becomo to mo, nil the needs nnd requirements of a mora Invent armarntus In which meat can only bo work of fiction." simmered and cannot boll, and also to Invent Charles E. Barnes, ntttlior of "Tho Disa stovo or oven In which neither meat nor illusioned Occultist" nnd "A Portrait In bread can be overcooked, dried up or renCrimsons," Is a slight mnn, of about 20, dered indigestible by too much heat. Next, with nn intense, thoughtful fnco nnd and mu-- t bo ricrsuailed that a better coplo eyes. He is n man of wealth moro nutritious breakfast can bo mado ready largo dark to eat, as soon ns tho family are out of bed, and leisure, lias traveled extensively in by putting meat stews, oatmeal, brown bread tho cast, nnd recently journeyed from and many kinds of pudding Into tho cooker, Jnp.tn to Jerusalem. nud fclmmcrlng- all night by the use of a Victor Hugo) wheii writing "Notre siuglo safe lamp, than In any other way. Dame," prepared on tho first day a botNow York Commercial Advertiser. V.....1 fMEajucuaaaujarjoourjtMjjnaarMM CRISP CONDENSATIONS. Of the nllcnit who took In It out in England What is ' i i. s was. Both dojs of the trial brought out large crowds to hear the evidence. When Judge Mercvr gets sick he is the sickest mail on earth, until he carries his point. Will Kninacy was the t.fli.'ial for the court stenng-rap'ie- r and lasting fmure There is u great excitement and calamity among farmers in this section in reThose who hate gard to their lings. butchered hair lost a good deal of then meat, nnd thofe that ha- en't bu'ehered are in danger of losing theirs, ns cholera is raging here. Mr Abe Allen has returned to his new homo In Lexington, ufter a few weeks in this tection, settling up his business here. He hr.s rented the Island to Messrs. Jim 0' Bryan and Tom Peters Mr. Horace Manning has bought the Belwood (arm and is making preparations to crop alone this vear ; he doesn't need papa's help any longer, as he is papa him-Fe- ll now, a boy having arrived nt his bouse Inst Saturday - Tlio Sultan' Closet Skeleton. If things wcro douo In Turkey ns elsewhere, the decease of the sultan's mad half trother, Murrul V, would hnve been notified to tho diplomatic body, and tho Turkish court would havo gono Into mourning. But It Is forbidden to speak openly of tho sultan's fori mlo relatives or of the sultan's heir. Tlio man who will succeed Abdul Ilnmld Is a wretched, lean, palcfaced creaturo of flvo and forty, named Mohammed Ileclind. Ho Is tho sultan's own brother, and is kept a closo prisoner in tho pnlece grounds, lest ho should conspire for lilt majesty's downfall. Ho has certainly no such Intention, but usago requires that n sultan's heir nppareut ns a suspected criminal, should bo and Abdul Ilamld is much too nervous a creature to innovate In this particular. Ho has n horriblo fear lest his brother, Mtirad V, who bocaino crazy from having been raised to tho throne too suddenly, should recover his senses, butof this there Is no chance; and now that Mtiriul's mother-I- s deud, who will there In to prevent the poor lunatic from being hurried to his end by n "pinch of something" In his coffee? Murad's mother, tho Sultana Nadlno, sujeriutendod his household and never left him. It would havo been Iniposslblo to mole&l liim whllo she was alive, but it would bo only too much In keeping with Turkish traditions If tho unhappy madman were now quietly removed In order that Abdul Ilamld might sleep more soundly. Letter to Glasgow Herald. tp-ate- tle of ink, tho last drops of- wliich wcro exhausted with tho last lino of tho novel; this gavo him tho notion of naming the book "Tho Contents of a Bottlo of Ink;" ho departed from this idea, however, nnd mado over tho title to Alphonso Knrr, who has sent out several novels under this designation. Tho late Sir Percy Shelley, son of tho great poet, was an eccentric creature. Once ho asked a well known English litterateur to visit him nnd promised to show him fcomcthing of interest. The man of letters expected a sight of tho poet Shelley's manuscripts, and was disappointed to find that the baronet wished him to examine a new method of producing Btago thunder ho had invented. nlt Whitman is tho most plcturesquo character in American llternturo today. Ilia splendid wealth of white hair is a fitting frnuio for a face of majestic beauty. His magnificent flguro is not yet bowed by tlio weight of soventy winters. In his youth ho described 'himself as n "rough," nnd lio was in tho habit of associating with stage drivers, nnd he sometimes handled tlio reins and drove down Broadway, Now York, dressed in outrageous stylo. MEN letters of naturalization last year, only three wore Americans. Constantinople has n real German turnvereln, which recently celebrated Its twentieth birthday. The admission feo to tho Mellwurno stock exchnugo is $8,250, nnd seats nro in demnud at that figure. It nppenrs that there aro only flvo working men justices of tho peuco in Great Britain. Three of .tliein aro in England nud two in Scotland. A great flight of locusts, calculated to have covered about 2,000 squaro miles, lately passed across the Hod sea from tho African to tho Arabian Bhore. A wire ropo weighing 40,000 pounds and two and a half miles long was shipped from tho Hnzznrd Ropo works, Wilkcsbnrrc, recently, to Senttld, Wash. Tho now bridge across tho Mississippi at St. Louis has threo spans, each 517J feet in length, resting on four granite piers, tho superstructure being of, steel. A butcher of Coblentz, in Germany, recently discovered in the entrails of n bull ho had killed a gold ring bearing tho inscription; "Napoleon III, Emperor, 1802." An EilTel tower of ice Is to bo constructed In Montreal for tho winter carnival instead of tho usual Ice palace. It hy will bo 200 feet high and lllumlnr-tethe electric light. "The Angelus" is watched night and day in tho hall where it hangs in New York by a man whose duty it is, on nn alarm of lire, to tako tho costly painting under his nrm nnd mako for the street. Thcroaro 080 periodical publications of them nro in Russia. Seventy-eigh- t political nnd news dailies, 109 are scientific, 80 religious, 15 artistic, 83 agricultural, 82 statistical and bibliographical, 10 pedagogic, 13 for children, und the rest miscellaneous. miles, Inn length of only seventy-eigh- t a railway on the French island of has four tunnels aggregating nearly roven miles, with many deep cuttings largo nnd high embankments, forty-thre- e bridges, including one of 1,040 and one of 1,312 feet, together with 200 bridges anil cul rerts of less than 83 feet. lie-uni- & e,for , MU-Hon- iCASTUKIA Castoria in Br. SamgJPltoWa old, hanalcn nnd qalok nail Obildron's Complaifa. Swparior to CaBtof"-QUFnrcgoHo or Narcotic Syrups. Children ory for Caitorla, " of Mothers bios Castoria lnfa"' m " ' Castoria cures Ollc, Cormtlpatton Bour Stoniacli, Dlarrhoja, Eructation t O ves healthy sleep ; also al.ls digestion ; Without nnrcotld stupefaction. "I recommend Car.torlaffor children's complaints, as nupcrlor to any prescription known to me." II. A. Archer, If. D.. Ill So. OxforU 77 Sf.,1 Itrooklyn) N.Y. Cour-iN-- Tug Centack Murray pt.j New York. 0UERBA0KER, (ELMORE & GO.. Wholesale Grocers, 318 tte 321 aaiTL'Sfci, LOUISVILLE JCY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. .. : V i, trim FULTON AVE. BREWERY. :E3"vs,:n.svIlle, Xrd. Brewery and Bottlers of . i Messrs. Gregory & Go.Agettfsj CJoverport, Ky DOINGS OF ROYALTY. YOU HEAR OF. Katie's Wise Advice. Mrs. X Is ono of thoso by no means raro mortals whoso discipline, Is much dependent upou her mood, while her mood In turn Is UulTulo Bill recently climbed Mount Vesuvius. Ho was pleased with tho crater. Tennyson invariably destroys every letter ho opens if it contain a request for his autograph. Tho popo Is supposed to havo nn annual Incomo of considerably over half a million sterling. Tho Earl of Egmont recently sold tho wholo of his largo cstato In Kilkenny nnd Tippcrary to his Irish tenants. Gayarro, tho tenor who died recently, Avns, like Catnpanini,'tlio son of a blacksmith, and worked at tho forgo in his early years. Tho lato Mr. Grady is credited with having coined the phrase, "A Young Napoleon of Finance," with which ho baptized II. Victor Nowcomb. Speaker Heed is not a great smoker, but in tho seclusion of his homo pufTs a pipe at intervals. IIo hates tho odor of a clgarctto and considers chewing bad form. Tlio late Capt. Ericsson is reputed to havo been n man of remarkable physical strength. It is related of him that at tho ago of GO ho picked up and walked away with a bar of iron that two stout workmen had declared themselves to move. Gladstone is 80 years old, but his mind and body nro in as lino a condition as when ho was only threo scoro. His voico is still clear and ringing, nnd ho is novcr thrown off his guard. Ho is tall, slim and bony, has been all his lifo fond of healthy, out of door exercises, nnd to this ho attributes his vigorous old ago. Fifty years havo elapsed sinco Field Marshal von Moltko received tho order Pourlo Merlto for his services in Turkey. On March 8, 1870, after sixty years of military service, ho received tho star of tho same order. Tho four sovereigns who besides him possessed this order William I, Alexander II, Frederick and Princo Friedrich Knrl aro no more, so that Moltko alono wears this golden star with tho portrait of Frederick tho Great great-Spanisun-ab- lo 1)1 MB The M.i was represented by K fin-gor- scrap of I'uprr Su es llrr Life. It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap- h . b " This is the fifth murder that hrn oc- ping paper, but it saved her life. She was in the hut stages of consumption, told curred out in 1'incticco. Whiskey was the whole cause of this by physicians that she was incurable and killing A half gallon was enough to ex- c.juld lio only n phort time; she weighed On n piece ol less than seventy pounds. cite the boys to any deed. wrapping paper she 'read of Dr. King's The hotels reaped n. harvest After the trial Fisher's Hall looked like New Discovery, and git u sample bjttle WuiifM lu Spi'iilc n Hood Word. a hog pen from the garbs of tobacco and it helped her, the got a large bottle, it helped her more, bought another and grew After suffering untold agonies for three puddles of spit, fast, continued its use nnd is now years from rheumatism, and nfter trying I'incheco was well represented, nod better strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 110 various remedies without effect, I decided what a fine looking set of people they are pounds. For fuller particulars Bend stamp lo try S S. S. After taking eight bottles to be sure. lo W. II. Cole, Druggist, Fort Smith. I was entirely cured. Therefore 1 cheerThe trial lasted three days Trial Bottles of this wonderful Discovery fully add mine to the many testimonals Jud;e Board, of Hnrdiusuurg, and Free at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Ky., which go to prove the great success of S. represout-e- d and .1. A. Witt's, Uardinsburg, Ky. Scott Morrison, of S S. as a remedy Tor those suffering from tho Commonwealth, nnd Judge Murrheumatism JOHN McDONALD. ray nnd N. McC. Mercer appeared for the LODIBURG. McDonald's Mill, G.i. defense. nillliltcu'M lleml. One new store house going up in town, Scott Morrison thought he had a good The following extract is taken from a 's until he heard the evidence The and another'talked of ; whoopee I cae letter received from Mr. William McKain, a "bilin." boys didn't come to time on the stand, but Madison House, nt who is running a proprietor of the Mr. C. H. Brashear, Sott handled the case for all there was in "While I Madison Parish, La . ll it. nt this place, has just returned was merchandising at Milliken's Bend, in from a week's business trip out on the L , '1 lie Nkhs gave a sorrect account of the this parish, during the years '87 nud '88, 1 cise last week, and the evidence brought II. & W. Chris keeps thing) lively in the sold large quantiies of Swift's Specific Valley when here, and we are glad to have out new facts. (S. S. S ), and during thut time every one him back. The trial attracted a good deal of attenthe medicine was loud in its that Miss Maggie Roberts, one of Patesville's tion, and the Mayor hudaboilt the biggest praises Among those who weie benefitted most charming young ladies, is visiting turnout his court haa'ever had. by S S. S. was a man since dead who friends and relatives in the Valley this had cancer in its most malignant form. It looked like a circuit court day in week. Hard.nsburg. He had spent a small fortune in trying to Born, to the wife of T. C. Hiitdon. Jan. effect a cure, but without success After Judge Mercer looked a great dent better l'J. a fine girl, nnd Lum smiles all over the knife had been used there was still a aftpr Judge Murray got into the case his face every time you mention it. cancerous taint left in his blood, the .1 )hn Allen Smith, ono of the tniin witSeveral of the farmers in this locality wouud never healing. I finally persuaded nesses for the Commonwealth was arrestImvH lost their pork from the continued him to try S S S., and it alone eradicated ed immediately ufter the Iriul, for disorwaiting the cancer, and he recovered perfect derly conduct, und had to gire bond in the warm weather, while others are for a cold "snap," which, it seems, will health From that time until his death, sum of $'2.10 for his appearance hero next never come, but if it doei it will be death which was several jeara, a symptom of Th irsdny. to hng. the disease never returned, Mr John It Steel, a brother of the defamily of W. H. Hurdin, of ibis The .Not u In Five Veiirk. fendant, bought a double barrel shot gun place, will remove this week to Oweosboro aad left town with it on his shoulder. I had scrofula in 1881 and ontirely Those fellows out there who are in tho (ojoin W. II , who has been in that city cleansed it from my system by Inking habit of filling up ou mean whiskey and for two months servirg in the capacity of seven bottles ol Swift's Specific (S. S. S ) The neighborhood running I'incheco to their own notion had U 8 storekeeper I have not hail any symptoms of it since lesesonn of its best citizens, and the best clear of him. better steer C W. Wn.cox, that time wishes of all follow them to their new Spartanburg, S. C. "Give us a rest'' cried a bootblack, from home. Treatise on Blbod and Skin Diseases the gallery of the Opera House, to a party B F Hardin, who has been living near who had beet, constantly coughing during Hurdinsburg lor three years, has come mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Allaum, Ga. the performance. "Use Dr. Bull's Cough back to the- old homestead, where ho will Syrup," chimed in another. make a crop the coming year. "There's At thiH season of fast driving and acci- no place like home." A Self Wiiidliis Clock. dents to mnn and beast keep Salvation B II. Wilson, one of S'ephnnsport's Tho New Haven Clock company, after a Oil on hand staunchest Democrats, is overseeing tho year or two of experiment, havo nt last a piece of mechanism which, If It does ICoiitl Law. r, mill business at ihis place for C H not realize the desire for perpetual motion, Ben is a "rattler." seems at least to bo a step in that direction. Governor liuckner's Meage. Joe says, "If the court knows itself, They ore now manufacturing and about to Public und private convenience, the deput on tho market u self winding clock. there'll be another wedding mands of civilization, nnd the needs ol before long," in which he in the Valley Tho motlvo power Is furnished by electriintimates that commercial intercourse, alike demand n ho will be ono of tho most interested pur- city gonernted by two Leclaucho cells, which lieu, and of course every one knows thut do tho work effectively for from twelve to revision ol. the road laws of the Slate. eighteen months without removal. Tho Kcjoity would seem to demand that nil the other one will not be Leo mechanism is simple In tho extreme. Much Will Bobertsor,, who has'bern living for of tho ordinary clock is omitted and little- rewho are benefited by public road should more than a contribute to their support in proportion left recently year at Mrs, V. J Hardin's, mains save tho escatwrnent wheel. Tho clock fir Daviess county. Will wa is wound every hour by a current from tho lo the benefits derived from their use. a favorite with thn vnung folks, especially two cells of tho battery, working through a would imply that while the pedestrithe ladies, and will have plenty of friends pair of magnets. Tho main wheel, which This wherever he mny co revolves onco an hour, connects tho current an should contribute of his labor to imSuccess to the Nf.ws. at every revolution. prove the road over which he can travel When tho contact Is first modo and tho Unoi.k Neii. with less fatigue, the landed proprietor, current passes through tho maguots, tho . i:iiivin)-armature is pulled dowu to tho magnot the merchant, nud the manufacturer, whi hoods, drawing with it an arm which winds ThU is whut you ought to have, in fact, are more largely benefited, should conono tooth of tho ratchet wheel, which Is tribute not only of their labor, but of their you.mus't havo It, to fully enjiy life, Thoufastened to tho box coutululng a spring of wealth, for the constru linn of highways sands upon thousand! of dollars are spent tho finest steel attached to tho center pinion. which largely enhance the values in which annually by our people in the hope that Tills operation is repeated for live or ten secthey may attain this boon. And yet it onds at the rnto of throe blows a second tbey nro Interested, until the spring is wound and tho superintend may be had by all, We guarantee that cut off by tbopassago around of current is Each couoty should have a tho main ent of roads, in addition to the ordinary Electric Bitters, if used according to di- wheoi. Hartford Tlmos. overseers ,' the road tax collected should rections and the, use persisted in, will Cure," Is not C. C C Certain-Coug- h bring you Good Digestion and oust the be disbursed under the orders of tho proptho best remedy you have ever used for county tribunals, and prisoners serving demon Dyspepsia and Install instead er We r.ecommena Electric Bitters Coughs and Colds your money will be resentences orfuiprisonraent In the county funded. be required lo work on tho for Dyspepsia and all diseases of Liver, jails should SlowacVantjLKIdneys. Sold at 50c. and public highways. Go to 0.W. 8hort for "C. &' C. 'Curttifn 1 00 per boitfe by G W. Short, Clover-por- t, law on It is 1'oped that a Ky,, and J. A, Wilt, Hardinsburg, Cough Cure." Cures Coughs, Colds and will be enacted by the present this subject all Throat and Lung diseases. General Asiembl. ' dodi-burgTal-lula- b, suw-iuiBra-shea- much influenced by her bodily comfort. It follows thnt the small dnugbtcr Kotlo Is treated with more or less sternness, accord lug to circumstances, a fact which sho is quite shrowd enough to appreciate. Ono day recently Mrs. X was reproving Kotlo in rather rrctful tones, when tho child looked tip from her seat on the floor to observe with tho preternatural gravity of tbreo years: "Oh, tako n moro comfer'ble chair, mamma." Boston Courier. Tho younger brother of King Carlos of Portugal has thirty given names Princo Bismnrck received COO telegrams of congratulation on" New Year's day. Isabella of Spain boasts that sho is moro in debt than nny woman In Europe. Tholastwoidsof tho lato of Brazil were: "Alas, Brazil, Brazil; that beautiful country, I cannot return Ex-Que- The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City. Rates, $2.50 to $4.00 Per Day, According to Roomsl CQTTurkish and Russian Batlm in Hotel. LOUISVILLE, KY, an enthusiastic sportsman, nn accomplished musician, speaks seven languages nnd paints in water color. n Tho czar accidentally touched tho regulating tho electric lighting of tho Gatschina palace, tho lights went out and ho was frightened nearly to death. Tho Empres3 Elizabeth of Austria was ono of tho most beautiful women in beforo tho tragical death of her only son, tho archduke, crushed her to tho ' earth. An Italian newspaper states that Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria has mado King Humbert a present of 10,000 Virginia cigars. Ho has a special factory where theso cigars nro mado for himself and his royal friends. is hut-IoEu-rop- there." Portugal's now king H. v wrHERNb0N&":r, n t 9.i" ii woauee&peraiii oimiiission No. 144 Third St., fc"J o MBBCI3:.1TTS. A uooa H N .... Louisville, Ky KUJIIir.H tt. rOW ltl'JAHi ! OIUN'D CHIIISTMAS KOUHI.i: tnatuitt." " T. trtrkf,lt ff lit cMMrtn't bpriiipuJd Republican. X Jlcrrj Vcar 3' op ied music with Mendelssohn and singing with Lablacho. As n consequenco ol this teaching sho prefers tho old Italian music to nny other, but at tho same time sho can appreciate anything that is good in tho modern music. Sho is particularly fond of "Robin Adair" nnd nuch slm-plnnd old fashioned ballads. o and Queen Victoria is very fond of inuslo is a very good musician. She stud- GRCAT SEEMLSi THAT BOY G1D. 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 intercut. Fll'S TIE NEW YORK FASHION MUB. l'HICi: Nl CK.NT8. nrSi'Bti;urTi!.N &tHI rK" Ykjhi. tontaimi tub cunivrsUR HUl'Pl.toir.NT OF JtAflNIFICIINTCIIKOJIO MHISHONlKIt'f? flllKVT lWINTINd,, "FltlKOMND: 1807," ltipn4ontliie'KniiApnii nt Hie Kenllli nf lilt tlmj-n- t Mm Iiitllfor Frii'illiiitd. From iifci iiiimioiy In ill Mehrirtnlliiiii Museum or An. Ntnv Voik, for hlcli JO 1,1100 H'ro rlil nt , THE NEW SENIOR AT ANDOVER. By Herbert D. Ward, A serial of school-lif- e our ttugby. The infamous Andover boys, the professors, the lodgings, the fun, "THE SONS OF THE VIKINGS." THE GENTLER Tlio namo of Miss Emily SEX. SPEED AND POWER OF BIRDS. Tho vuituro is said to fly at times at tho rate of ubovo 100 miles an ltour. Tho wild gooso and the swallow, in their migrations, mako 00 miles au hour. Tho power exerted by the eagle in full flight is but a fraction of ono horso power. Tho common crow ordinarily lounges across country nt tho rnto of 25 miles un hour, tho speed of a railway train. Tho carrier pigeon has flown long distances at rates of speed ranging from CO up to 80 miles nn hour, nnd for many hours together. Tho power exerted by a pigeon flying is 2,200 feet per minute, 25 miles an hour nearly, nt of a horso power per pound, or 01 horse power for a flying of equally good form, weighing ono ton, nt 25 miles an hour, or about GO horso power per ton weight at CO miles. The pelican has an expenditure of horso power by 21 poundtyif bird, and this is ono horso power to 231 pounds, or about a horso power for tho weight of a man, allowing ample- margin for surplus power. Tho birds aro found to havo a surplus lifting power of about one-hal- f. Th.i Forum. ma-chi- Fnilhfull ha3 CONFESSIONS OF AN AMATEUR bean placed on tho English civil list, with By Alexander PHOTOGRAPHER. a pension of 53 a year. Black. Six practical and amusing articles. No ono wears moro gorgeous diamonds LUCY PERVEAR. First of a series of graphic North Carolina character sketches in' Washington than Mrs. Morton, and by Margaret Sidney. her manner is most engaging and corTALES OF OLD ACADIE. Twelve dial. powerful truo stories by Graco Dean Miss Julia Fletcher, author of "KisMcLeod, a Canadian author. met" and other novels moro or less popu- THE WILL AND THE WAY STOlar, is tall nnd handsome, about 30 years RIES. By Tesslo Benton Frtmont. About men and women who did great things old, with largo dark eyes. in the face of seeming impossibilities, Tho Duchess D'Dzes is training nn THEPUK-WUDJIEByL.J.Bridg-rnaoriginal Christy minstrel corps of her Tho funny Indian Fairy 61k. own for public appearance In Paris. The BUSINESS OPENINGS FOR GIRLS duchess is a patron of horso races and AND YOUNG WOMEN. A dofcen other outdpor eports. really helpful papers by Salllc Joy White. LETTho lato Mrs. Hnggard, of Bmdenham, Twelve rnoic Claflin. TERS. By Mra. Eng., tho mother of Rider Haggard, was nn accomplished woman of literary TWELVE SCHOOL AND PLAY-e GROUND TALES. The first tastes, and was known ns the nulhor of " LAMBKIN ; Was He a Hero or a volumes of verse. Ono of theso was a tale Prig?" by Howard Pyle, the artist. S. n. DAISY-PATTY will-b- Mary Hartwell Catherwood serials. SEALED ORDERS. ByCharles Remington Talbot. An amusing adventure story of "wet sheets and a flowing seaV' By Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. A right down jolly story of modern Norse boys. BONY AND BAN, one of the best of tho Steunit Kate. tli lentlnjj fiiflilon luilillrnJIiMi.nu lids cniillnent, ond U doiilit llliulic.ii-"- l "'Vino ,;"' t 1 ; Miit of Mm Fuflilciti rinirp In a, ) nrn 4 1111 "It l t- - Ksiu-i- utiiiiiluitieoii-l- y lu NEW YOKK AKIt It. Urn nio- -t cn.iiit-lfor Diciw- m.ikt-iIn tli orlil, ami tint iiki. I iniiiliir FnH Inn MukiizIiiu Cor mollicr niul In nils or.fftiiilirt-a- . ,It l'l!I ii'" ll.l.USTIIATKP. a iiijvutifuivCOi.oi!ici) wis 1'liATK. A TIIH C11RIST.MAH NllMltKR IS KUl'Kltiil.Y . .1 j J ran fashion " '' , , lllIll.l.IANT COVF.lt 1li WA'rT.OFt-'llll.lHII'.S'- wixi'Kit suny. lnltt4 nml ciiKiMtlni.-iiimiiIioi- ciiilinicu foiit,lntl In Did - IIVKMXd ANI IUlJ.C0-1MH.- Si WlVtiaOvFIIIlAHMRNTS VtMTINO AM IU'OXl'rl"Ni''Olf.i)Vll I'liyrt TKII llONKT ASII IIaTH. Hi If4 T Nil Ollllfl, C'arLB, ClAT, Ol'SlAkV,1'' Wiurs, Jackets. MrrrH. ahii(NW' ' " TI'UE-- run AM. OCCAHMSK, i:i.. , irioiOKiiv I'attkihh, irrc. , , KKW HTOIIIijPV ;, t)l4 MRS. AI.EXANDF.U. JOHN STi:.Nr.WINTrn. w. u. Nonius, uriCKSiA'xS oiIa'tima's. A.neir continued roi-j- - lir lli nntlmr rif ' lll l Wife," niul n mi mliilly lllimlmtrd jir ClirUtmauStoiy, eMIUtt.l of tho Afghan war. Mrs. EJpTcjtarcard Vote and CasttPrius.& Julia Ward IIowo is said to bo al- one of thoso women whoso audience ways seems to bo her guests. Sho is gracious and kindly, but sho always nnn seems to stand a step higher than thoso U.n'hnn whom sho is addressing. Anna Teresa Berger is tho leading woman cornctlst of tho world. At her lodgings sho has a small room fitted up with padded walls and celling and draped doors, nnd thero sho practices night and day on tho gold nnd silver cornets that havo been presented to her by her admirers. BITS SHORT STORIES Santa Glaua on Charlotte M. "ValL 31ns. Hhyan ho an artlcio pn I'.IImbWh llnrrett lkownliip. All tli regular ' aro replete with vlioiod ond sraaonabfu rrndlng I.vmjn. TrfllllnoT ArblltUS. matter. TVlii W. Hc2kihl)utterworth. Golden M&rgttrQt. jama JIn.i. Altok Walkm writes: "I am a C l'urdy. PofiTfry'S Bullot. Kate Upwm Clark. nndj have bought Nw Yonit Famiion How Blmoon arid Snncho. Panza Helped llazan very month or Tan pact four year. I Mim Hlilcy Seward. Tho tho Bovolutlon. Darllntr. L. R WaHori could not tlo ultliout it. the fashions aie Ilia The Diffloultloa of a wy latest," Harriet PreKott Spottord. diens-make- r, ItlJaUO. a pifted from thousands Votrotablo WiUum 1'reston Otu. : hy various contrllnilom, Jlna hroif km. Cort. articles Iniererttlne article on Novelllen for5 Clirlxt-malias on s. TlipRAZAnEilltorlftl Department lx full or bright OF SCIENCE. . cer. "Gracious mo I but you don't expect groon corn in tho month of November, do youl" "No, sir; but we'll get It noxt July, won't wet" Leukine Ahead. "And I'll tnko a dozen cars of green corn," be said, as Lo wound up his order to tho gro- Artiflcinl glaciers ns a means of storing water for irrigation havo been proposed. In tho Capo do la Hoguo Jlghthouso in Franco a windmill is used to dtivo two dynamos, the current being stored up In accumulators. Tlio mineral called turfa, or brazollnn, lately discovered in Bnhia, furnishes an oil akin to petroleum, a parafllno suitable for the manufacture of candles, and a good lubricating oil. An Ulderly Gathering. At South Taris, Me., the other day, Unclo Robert' Gray, 87 years old, harnessed bis horso Dick, Ul years old, and, accompanied by his wife, 85 years old, drove to North Paris and visited Sulllvnn Andrews, 83 years old, meetlug whllo there Mrs. Edward 60yars olJ, who has just returned from Euroi, and Mr. Pottle, 83 years old. Tho art of living a long lifo evidently has been successfully cultivated in Oxford couu ty by man, woman and beast. Exchange s, " Ono Good Turn." NOW 13 THE TIME TO SUDSCRIUEI ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES, noveltien Mbs UUley DollS ofNotod Womon. Bnow-For- t. Seward. Trice $3 00 ft Year. An How to Build o Military Any pcinnii nub. 83 .OBBUctt.B riuj old wl iiow tuo AU Around a crlpllon will aeudlnir tlin lorn yrni-'-ClirUt ben ml fill rrcclvo Meiuner. Polo. 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LOTIIKOl' COMPANY, Hosron. Uttui Pansy a year) 0 itMjr qh4 (Ji Mvn and- - a year) omkn Sunday reading (i And for Inrcer numbers In proportion,. Bend leiulltmiecH by IWnl 3Ioney Older, Itetf. Mered letter, or Cheek, and , , Address V, O, flEOItqB JIUN0, Mmno'ii I'uni.isnisn Inusgj , Box 8751. 17 to '.7 Vnndeiviiter Bt.,'N. V Tl If "Yes." "Tbenmako thoordor for next July. I'm very absent minded and am continually forgetting something. I've tried to think of green corn all summer, but forgot it day by day, and now I'll order nine months ahead." Detroit Froo Tress. Ills Literary Oirt. Jack Heard about young Blytowyttol Wrote something tLat brought him a clear Clara Gracious! I We are Prepared to do all kinds of , V. it. JOB & thousand. well-digest- I never supposed hlra capablo of oxprodulng two Idea Jack He can't, (lot that money by signing his naint) to a check, Pittsburg Bulletin. I There Was One. Applicant (to editor) Have you any vacancies just nowl Editor Yes; the waste basket was emptied this morning, I believe. Time. AT THIS OFFICE. r l F RINTItfS p