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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890012901_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. 4 WBBWiW"MMffiffMTKiBHiiiiiniii "- .! - I. K' - i .: rttfl i .. , -- - 1 I THE BRECKENRIDGEl NEWS. 1 ; vol. xiv. CHICKEN .4.. .U.J tr - - &LL 5 '3 1 -- 'i CLdVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUAEY CRISP CONDENSATIONS. J 29, 1890. NO. 27. TBE LOUISVILLE& ST. LDUIS'AIR LIHE. .i ' - A1TTEE5 " A DV Lullaby.' A . t ) llou led. REALIST. Cholera Cure! Baby, darling, busb a byo! Wlici-cforllo nivake and cry' Bats are wblrriog to and fro, Wby aro thoso cnt yelling to f ItAU In pkistor como and go. Etlll tlicro's no rood reason why You fchouhl rol) lour nail on I1I2I1 Uaby, baby) Uusb a l.i'ol Tommy, Tommy, lullaby Como now, ghut your eyes and try. Yes, of course, iapa 111 wait) Really, though, lt'n growing late. "Tlck-- a tick" say It j haU pat eight 1' t m i WnntailrinkJ Yottctw'tbedryl I'm so nervous I abnll fly I Sco here, Thouuul Ilusti atyo I Now, my son, Uo down bo quiet I Wonder if It la hU dtctt I have other things to do; Icatj'tultheroiioothlng'you; Anil, Leslies, Tm tired, too. For tbo last time, wlU you try it f If I'd a gag I would apply It. Thomas Jackson I Stop this riot. , ' ' U dollars worth ot chickens ypar from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that Positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a bottle is enough for ., , trial, A one hundred chickens, It is guar- - ' anteed. 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. die-ever50-cen- ts two-third- Thousands of l'a can't stay with screaming bojs; Ndl you shan't bavo any toys, It would make an angel weep. When you're ti.Vd, count tho sheep ( Good nljht, screech owVhope you'll sleep! Exit Realist. 1 Go It, liowlerl Crylng's cheap; Mako It loud, and long, and deep. Llo right thcru and mako a nolsa; - Miinser's WeelUr s , . A For sale by G. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. SXOP XOUK COUGff WITH A Mlttgatlng Circumstance Lady Who U that follow who conies to peoyou ovcry evening? Bridget Ho is a glntleman who is engaged to mo, but I'm thinkin' of telling him nob to como hero any more, mum; he talks too much. "About whom?'' "About yourself, mum; ho Bays you aro tho most beautiful lady in tho city." "Ho docect) jwcni to bo such a bad man after all. I guess you can lei him call onco iu a whilo." Texas Sittings. lie AVos a Special Salesmau. -- -. -- fV. iiPI Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Congh, Bronchitis, Inclplont Consumption, and irlll consumptive pntjents In stages j will euro Trhcncura-nbland rrlloroln tlio iTorst casos. SooiliatC. 0. C. Is Mown In njory boN tlo nndtako no other. 25c. J. 0. MENDENHAIJi & CO., ro-Ho- to I- - jib 'could over stopjo laugh during thes'o encounters, thcro would no doubt bo nmplo excuso for such 'pastime, for, seldom as tho fact appears In books of "sport," man docs not always occupy tho dignified .corner 6f a position. Parker GUlmoro was ond day searching fpr a stcinbock in tho African forest, aided by Churning, his companion, and threo natives. They had seen traces of a wart hog, but to postpono his slaughter until after that of tho stcinbock had been accomplished. Tho old natlvo led tho way, nnd wo followed, expecting momentarily an indication that our services wcro.requircd In frontj when suddenly that agdd warrior sprang at least four feet into tho air. I saw something big arid grizzly between his legs, and understood that, instead of being tho assailants, wo wcro attacked, and by a vlacko vark. Shoot I could not, and so sprang on ono sido into a perfect tangloof walt-a-bthorns, whero I was effectually entangled. Convinced that tho danger was over, I turned slowly round to sco how it had fared with Churning. I was scarcely In a laughing humor, but I could not suppress a gigglo on seeing my friend hanging by his hands to a bough, his knees closo to his chin, nnd lib faco wearing an expression of cxtremo didgust nt being forced into such violent excrciso and such an undignified position. Beyond him was one of tho darkies lurched on tho top of a big bush, and further on tho other ono fleeing in search of a similar refuge. Tableau: Flvo good men and truo routed by a wart bog. "Why didn't you shoot him?" exclaimed Churning as ho straightened himself and dropped to tho ground. "Becauso I thought I might hit tho old man. Why didn't you?" "Becauso I thought I might hit you." So wo laughed over tho absurdity of tho whole aHair, and then, liko consider-at- o whlto men, jeered nt tho natives for their want of pluck. Youth's Compancd lt If tho various animals hunted by man 100,000,000 of pearl3 At tho New Year's ball In Now York aro said to havo ion. Some Emperors. been worn. A kid glovo with a little outsldo'pockct In tho palm for tho wearer to keep car faro is ono of tho latest devices for comfort. Rich Mexican women think nothing of making purchases costing from $1,000 to 3,000. Ono recently paid $9,000 for a pearl necklace, A scientist named McCnrty says that side a veil of very floe coal, five feet thick, tho Panama canul will turn tho gulf was pasted through, This coal has been stieam and mnko Great Britain a land of used by tho contractors Tho total length Icebergs and Polar bears. of the tunnel nnd npproaches Is over 4 000, Thcro aro no small privato dwellings with a very high trestle on thU side, 300 In St. Petersburg. Peoplo who cannot long, adjoining tho approach. One alTord to maintain parlors aro forced to feet month will be required to complete the livo in apartments liko French fiats, with gigantic work, so that by the 20th of Feb-raawhich the city is filled. trains will undoubtedly be running According to Robert Ginin, a British statistician, tho wealth per head of tho into Middlesboro direct from Knoxville, population of tho threo richest nations on the K , C. G & L Railroad The conin tho world ia as follows. Great Britain, struction ot that road on this side of the 1,450; France, 030; tho United States, Gap will begin just as sion as material S00. cm be shipped through the tunnel. In Paganlni's faorlte iolin a Garne-riu- s the meantime tbe track of the I . & N, del Gesu of 1743 is preserved uti" will bo used Middlesboro News. dcr n glass caso In tho municipal palaco ot Genoa, his birthplace. He bequeathed For headache, dimness of sight or It to tho city on condition that It never take Laxndor according to direcbo used. should tions, and you will Boon break up and Recent excavations hi Roma show that 'J5 cents tho ancient plumbers of tho Eternal City cure the trouble Price It has been proven that tho diseases of wcro obliged to bo very particular with their work. Thcro havo been unearthed babyhood cannot attack the iufant's sysgreat quantities of lead water pipe, each tem, njien Dr Hill's Baby Syrup is used plainly stamped with the namo of tho as directed. Price 25 cents a bottle. owner of tho hnusn, tho year of tho plumbing, tho namo of tho consuls for tHr. delimit In California. that year nnd that of the reigning cm-pAn Aznsar Cal , papur 6nss Rev It, V. or. Clelaud, of tiio Presbyteriun church, Recent observations of the waters of showed the people that ho could ulways be Great Salt lako provo conclusively that depended upon to fill an appointment. tho statements made that no form of animal or plant Ufa exists iu tho lako Last Sunday eveninc he started for this aro erroneous. No fish or other largo place from Duarto on horseback He rode form of animal lifo has been discovered, ncrcss the first stream, tied his horse aud but tho presenco of vegetable organisms removing bis (hoes waded to the farther in tho lako may bo considered a fact end of the bridge, crossed to ibis sido from tho abundance of minuto animal walhed to Azusa and preached to our peoexistences. ple as if nothing unusual bad happened. ry Giiiiilerliiiitt Hill Tunnel. Tbe great piece of work is uenriuir. completion moro rapidly than bag been expected Then is now but'160 feet of tho bench unrcmoved Tbe tunnol Is ;(G87J feet long, all of which except 150 feet la now reody fur tho track Tbo apt roaches to the tunnel on each side ate COO feet iu length ; thete npproachei aro onormoas cuts, becoming sovonlj feet deep at the mouth of the tunnel on one side aad sixty feet deep on the other On tho Kentucky (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO a m St. Louis, AND AtL Evansville POINTS Dec, IS, 1888, West and .Ward South-Wes- t. is Elect H The Lr. Louiavllle 8:15 n.m...9;00 p.m.,.4:10.p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:45 ' ...7:25 " 9:50 p.m. Bransvllle 2:25 ' For further Information, csll on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Gen'l Paaa. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B, L. BRYANT, v. Trar. Paisg'r Ag't, Louisville? Ky. HmmrntolfiSmM SELF-POURING TEA POTS. s&Tes 25 to 50 fo of Tea. TEl' 7i Qun. I' OK YOU DO NOT LIFT THE POT POURS iy lowering lid vc5fcjVvLAc ft HsW Tho part handled Is COLD Gel Llit, Pains, DIehl 1890. aloat men and things, nnd Sorao peoplo agree with Thk Bus's opinions some peoplo don't ) but everybody likes to got hold of the newspaper which is never dull and never afraid to &Ce., l'hlla, o, Price COLE PROPRIETORS, INDIANA. EVAN8Virj.i:, SOLD mi DltUQQISTS GENERALLY. Itemovo Conw, Warts & Bunions with ir . CERTAIN as Ctet. tx 23OT r,X33. SOLD AND WARRANTED BYJ CORN CURE. :ps Gh."W- - SSiEaiOIEra? on. regains, TutlnionUlt from alt parts of the globe. I'rotpectua poT inucc, Mbt on application to Prof. A. Lobwtte, 7 Filtn Ate. Koir Yrk, ID Mind wandering cured. Book, EMORY vULTH t.irne fl "I want something inexpensive for about n dollar. Thoso vases look nice. How much?" "Vosc3, miss? Er yes, miss. They're ccnW, miss; but I'll marked sixty-nin- o just speak to tho lloor walker, and I have no doubt that wo can let you havo them for a dollar, miss." Harper's Bazar, Witness and Judge. iiil". rrocv trz ulyf X'HSM'ij mmmmmdmW& f53.NlIIl Vliu(uu. l Worth In the world. Jvralch toiiD oolo hfc U 1'trfoct titnektcpor Warraafod heavy ttumunjt FRE h a itPf F.tiniilpa. TbM wmp.tt.aa trail "ftnAHTIBTWS .frui All tbt work rou trh. do ! to tbow what wo ttnd you to Ihoto who call ytmt fritndi and n,Monand thuta about yoiWbatalwartratulta otica itartad, for ui, la valuablt tnul rvpaU.wMcliboldt fcryraxi whanbt, ttc AfJar W pay all aiprtaa, fralf nd tbua yro a ra e4I yon know all, it you would Ilka to " w"11 watk aodwpwardi iddrau, to 0O ptr ii.ru from nd J Doth Udicf and (em a alien. fynltU WMki and casta of frxiual valua OWE PiBtojtla VaeH luCllHt call Mttirt TrcOi torttbtr with our Urgt uki. vklilUllnoflIouseb0lcl sd fret. Mttnaon as Co., ISox rjO H 13, lvrllun4. Maine, r ' "? lliLE .Passenger, Mail & HERDERS Packet Line. and Express Boats. '" For all way Undingailietweon Loutirtllo and UenJorton, tha elegant and fleot toamar ' ' JAMES aOTUKIE. t ' TELL OITV, CITY or OWBNSBORO. One of tho above flno i!daTbel iteauters pan up and dewn daily. Splendid aooommodatloni fur (took. and 178 Fourth street, General office Louisville, Kt. W, W. IIITE, Pret. D. L. Pknnv, Supt.. an An amusing sceno was recently enacted in a country court room in Muine. Tho trial justice, a big, pompous ofllclal, with a voice liko a trombone, took it upon himself to examine n witness, a little, withered old man, whoso faco was as red and wrinkled as a smoked herring. "What is j our name?" asked tho justice. "Wy, squho," said tho astonished witness', ''you know my name as well as I know yourn." "Never you mind what I know, or what I don't know," was tho caution given with magisterial 60verlty. "I ask tho question in my oftlclal capacity, and you'ro bound to answer it under oath." With a contemptuous snort tho witness gavo Ills name and tho questioning proceeded. Where do you live?" "Wal, I snuml" ejaculated tho old man. "Why," ho continued, appealiug to tho laughing listeners, "l'vo lived in this town nil my ljfe, and so's he," pointing to tho justice, "an', b'gosh, to hear hlin go on you'd think" "Silencot'' thundered tho lrato magistrate. "Answer my question, or 1'llflno you for contempt of court." Alarmed by tho threat, tho witness named his placo of residence and tho examination went on. "What is your occupation?" Ldufsville. St, Louis & Texas R, R. Co. ujp. r ..i TIME SCHEDULE, TukiiiR rrrcct At 6;00 o'clck'A, YcitUounl Tufint ., Sunday, Dee, 1 3STO. 11. "nuh?" "What do you do for a living?" "Oh, git out, squtot Jest oa if you don't know that I tend gardens hi tho summer season nn' saw wood winters!" "As n privato citizen I do know it, but as tho court I know nothing about you," explained tho perspiring justice. "Wal, .squire," remarked tho puzzled witness, "If you know souicthin' outsido tho court room nn' don't know nothln' in It, you'd better get out an let Bomebody try this caso that's got hosa sense." Tho advico may havo been well meant, but it cost tho witness 10. Lowiston Journal, 1889, Katl liountl Tritint STATIONS, KzrBMB. sxrsKss, 1,20pu 7U5au LT.UnlonDepot,LoulBr'o..Ar. H.OO 1.05 ,. Kentusky Street Ploavare Ridge Park,,,,,,, ,Alan lloute Slight Have lleun Itrlefcr, Congressman (to constituents-We- ll, hort, wasn't my speech a good one? and to tho point, you know. I couldn't very well havo mado it briefer, ch? Constituent Well, you " ' "What?" "You nlght not havo got up at all!" Lawrcnco American. ,,..,,......Mf(loiT 8.45 9.10 11.25 9,30 '4 V.47 V.58 10.08 10.17 10.27 10.42 10.48 10,58 11.07 ,..,Irvlngton i .,.., . View Weat Point Rook Haven Long llranoh Dramlerbur Ekron... Uniton WeUter liOdlburg Pierce Sample. Stepbentport lUvr Iwn ., ,,., 12.25 .. ,.,..12.04 .. U,55tu 11.44 11.35 11,21 11,14 11.01 10.53 .. ., .. .. .. Almost IJUnd. Boss of a Gang of Men (to a bystander) A.10 you looking for work, sir? lazy Bystander (as ho moves to tako "Yes." up an easy position at tho next corner) "Well, BUly Blffer knocker 'cr out." is poor. West Texas Sifting. Yes, but my eyesight Shore, 1 emperor a vain, ilighty lad, who is endowed with a devouring wish to force on a European war in order to equal or surpass tho martial cribwn of his grandfather. Iu Russia thcro is an emperor skulking in tho recesses of his palaco lest dne of his faithful subjects should shoot him, ipd under tho delusion that ho is God's vicorogent on earth. In Turkoy thcro is an emperor (for by this term would sultan bo translated) ho allows his soldiers and his civil servants to starvo whllo ho makes a purse for himself, and who encourages in his dominions tho worst of atrocities. Of all living emperors, now that Dom Pedro kas been retired from tho business, tho emperor of Austria is tho best. Ho is a decent, well meaning man, whoso chief merit is that ho has shared power iwlth his subjects, and quieted Hungary by giving it homo lulc, Ontho wholo, thpre-forI think that tho most sensible courso for thoso afflicted with an emDOINGS OF ROYALTY. peror is civilly to conduct him to a ship and order tho captaiu to land him whor-eve- r Tho Princo of Wales forbids tho iuo of ho likes, provided that it bo outsido hla lianio In connection with "soaps." of what ho was pleased to call his emIsabella boasts that sho ia pire. deeper in debt than any other woman iu Europe. A Tan for Monaco's l'rlncest. A very beautiful fan has been painted King Humbdrt haaa great predilection by Mile. Abbcma for tho now princess of for going out In wet weather. As soon Monaco lately the Duchesso do Richo-lie- as tho rain appears he orders his hOrse Tho fan Is to bo presented by thd and off ho sets with 0110. of hla Monngesquo maids and matrons to their princess on tho occasion of her entry Czar Alexander HI of Russia has a into tho delightful domaius of her hus- firm belief in his own exalted dignity, band. On tho left of tho painting Is tho nnd, although a lover of peaco, ha will ancestral home of tho Grlmoldis, casting nevertheless, "without a moment's hesitatho shadow of its soverely plain outXncs tion, plungo his country Into a disastrous on tho corulean sea and sky. war against any odds, to fulfill Wlint ho To tho right rises Monto Carlo, with its considers to bo hla sacred duties. background of mountain, whllo in tho of Brazil had been Tho lato center of tho two landscapes appears tho married to Dom Pedro for forty-si- x allegorical flguro of tho principality, years, und her death la a heavy blow to leaning ono hand on tho armorial insignia her husband, tho strong affection of the of tho Grlnialdis, and with tho other scat- aged coupio for each other being most, tering flowers over tho sunlit land. Tho touching. Tho empress had been hi a landscapo is In pastel nnd tho flguro in delicnto btito of health for many yeais, gounphc. Tho roverso sido of tho fan is and had suffered much from deafness. ornamented with anemones nnd branches Sho was a princess iu tho royal house of of tho mimosa, tho wholo being mounted Naples. in mother of pcail set off, with precious stones. Tho work Is worthy of tho artist ART NOTE'S. by vhom it has been done. London It Is reiortcd that Meissontcr, sluco his Telegraph. recent marriugq, has seemed to loso all 'l'l licking Victor- - from Defeat. ambition to excel in nrt, Ho spends very irjkt-- L llttlo tlmo hi his studio, and does a great . i"iu- -!iileal of aimless sketching and daubing, A llttlo sketch of Monterey, Moxlco, with Gen. Grant's Initials In tho corner, has been found at Georgetown, O. It was sent by young Grant, then a lieutenant, to a Mlh3 iiijry Ann King, ono of whoso sisters' recently sold it. Mrs. Iceland Stanford, of California, had obtained tlio permission of tho Emperor William II to havo a copy mado of tho "Sistlno Madonna," In tho Dresden gallery. Tho only condition tho emperor imposed was that ho should namo tho artist to do tho work. It la generally acknowledged that W. II. Benrd has tho finest head of any artist hi Now York. IIo la tho Longfellow Mother Why, Johnulo! What on of tho profession. Desplto his years ho earth havo you been doing? ,io still a vigoiou8 and energetic Worker, Johnnie Fight'n'. 'N' say, you owo ills latest pictuie, "My Playmate," la mo half n dollar on it. Know that tooth justly entitled to a good deal of pralso. you was goln' (o pay a feller to je,k? o, Ex-Queu. aides-de-camp. Whatever my own opinion of kings may be, I do not think much of emperors, saya London Truth. That adventurer, Louis Napoleon, bocaino ono by blood and perjury, and in order to sticngthen, as ho imagined, his dynasty, he dragged his country into nn unsuccessful war. In Germany they havo as NOVELTIES IN JEWELS. The second part of N'utlmniel Hawthorne's "Elixir of Lifo" appears in tlip Februnry number of I.ippincoll's Magazine This is 11 version of (he theme ot 'The Bloody Footstep," also treated by Hawthorne in "Dr Grimsh.tws's Secret," "Soptimius Folton," 'The Uollivar Romance," etc. Mr Julian Hawthorne, who edits the manuscript, by drawing attention to the similarities and discrepancies between this and other versions, presents an interesting study of the treat romnucer's methods at work, and, by paraphrasit C such portions of the manuscript as are repeated in the published stories above named, imparts to the wholo tho character of a complete ai.d rounded into Tbe publication of the first part of this MS, in tho January Lippincott's, giving, as it were, the history of an idea, interest in the litei-ur- v created a wide-ipre1 lie eminent critic, R IJ. world Stoddard, in a review, said "It is a glorious fragment which the world will not willingly let die " long-buried ad A ling that is taking tho placo of the diamond shaped cluster is a squaro opal surrounded by diamonds. A plain gold wlro bracelet, worked into tho pattern of an ordinary hook and eye, is n design icccntly imported from Europe. Pretty nnd very acceptable to n young person Is a pair of earrings with diamonds mounted hi tho center of u cliclo of small gold sleigh bells. Artistic conception is exquisitely shown in an claboiato laco pin representing n diamond leindeer lying aciossn golden sleigh drawn by two Esquimaux dogs of tho same material. Neptune's tiidcnt in variegated gold, with diamond tipped prongs and having a dolphin of diamonds and rubles sportively clinging to tho handle, forms a haudsomo laco plu. Cavo in execution and originality of design aro shown in a laco pin of recent production. Arosetto of small diamonds mounted In tho center of a moonstone keystone, beautifully carved, formed tho article. A row of pcails cnchclc tho koystone. Jew clers' Weekly. speak its mind. Democrats know that for twenty years Tub Sua tins fought In the front lino for Democratic principles, ncicr wavering or weakening iu Its loyalty to tbe true Interests of the party It serves with fearless Intelligence and disinterDr.BuII's Cough Syrup,I!inr"r53 ested rigor. At times opinions have differed aa to tho belt means of accomplishing tho common purpose; it Is not Thk Sun's fault If It KMTBCatS On?oithr roniuiiv. baa seen further Into the lnlllitonc. 1IKHT' MILES .ifflr.umtHi.vx nx Eighteen hundred and ninety is tho year woilit. Ourrar!lltlr ,4, th UDT'piairv matt m iiiiiiiviict vvr . that will probably determine the result of tho nptlofroolwtwHl Mdrmi to our rinv5 in tth lillt. Presidential election of 1892, and perhaps tho a abort. OnljftiAM who writs ptier"mkt pur of fortunes of Democracy for the rest of the centho eh net All yo liTt to do In rvtnnilitt bow fir food to tury. Victory in IBVi is a duty, and the bewbo en tbttbott ironnilyear nHitbbori on. Tbt I nd AvrlirWWflEjE rfnnla ef thlt 3arlvrrMtrnuni ginning of 1890 Is the beattlmo to .tart out ihowi tbo fenaill tad of tbt tU- In coinpony with TlIK StN. It rtducH i icopt. 7IU fenowlfif cut gtrii ti apptimu Daily, per mtnth ,...$0 50 Dally, per year (1(10 Sunday, per year 2.00 about fht tlftltth part f It bulk. !l Ii a iTin!,6bUi.iatff Dally and Sunday per year, .. MOpt.atUrrtatistasytocarrr Wt will tlio ibowyonbowToa 8.00 to 1 0 a day at leait, from tb Uit.witJ,. can matt from Daily nnd Sumhy per month, . 0.70 outtsporlenet Utl writ at onct Wt pay all tiprfurhircn Weekly Sun, ono year, . 1 00 AdJrtii.tl lULLETTtCQ,,lJoxtt. roIUL"i, Ui.ir HH c I r. gTySy &J Q-- cta- immA tuit . la Ailtlrcts Tiin SUN, Now York. iiwsa-; C0MPLETE,O.UTFim UmBW 11.11 w Jtfotmsj rta-nH'a fl gTHE TERHYlyfANUFCTURTRTTgl "" mwMRTi&vic m TtiXE ffi?rattE& ... " " J - Th e lew York Weekly Herald M DOLLAR PER YEAR. 1890. All Monarch Have. Mrs. Larkin Tbe Queeu of Roumnnia does a great deal of literary work. Larkin Yes, she has plenty of 'subjects" to choose from Lippincott's Magazine for February. Uring along your dollar, got the New for one year and a ticket in our grand Is the Best and Cheapest Family Paper in the United States. drawing. giren away to the Just think of hi subscribers of the Nkh this year. Tell During the ciu tSpo it will even exceed itself in the variety oT'its your neihbor. New features will lie contents and its clVbrts to please its subscribers. The man that reads his neighbor's paper including fiist-clns- s departments, , added N . ... . has no chance in our grand drawing. If you want. to secure a ticket pay up all back rations and one year in advance. 10 Watch these columns for a list of prizes H 'If ITS WKLL KNOWN Sl'ECtAI.rtOS AltK : ia our grand drawing. Thero Is nothing small about tbo Nuvs Practical Farming and Gardening, Progress in Science, only our foreman's baby she's willing Women'? Work, to divide up with her subscribers one vear Stories by the Best Authors, Literature and Art, Choice Flashes of Wlt"a'nd"Hitmor. in fourteen anyway. , , Exclusive 'News for Veterans, . ni vf,i Tlio Whlto IIuuiu lint IIulo. Tlio campaign against tlio White Houm STJTBCTJEQTSl OUST rats has resulted unfortunately in ono respect, namely, tho loss of 0110 of tbofenots .1 which were cbleflyT relied upon as Instrul 'Address, JAMES GORDON BENNETT, ments of destruction. This ferret, which was tbo star artist of tbo combination, has not RUW YOltK lll'ltAIM). Now VorlcV'ilvV i boon soon sluco It dlsappeaicddonn a ratholo tfOWIS'THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. i.i ILLUSTRATIONS. ., IHiTIFOTIOIN' Hfll I AD UULUll. A. 12. .A-XjI- !... iff 1 re on Monday ovcnlng. Whether tho rats bavo conquered the fenot or whether It Is ilmply reveling In tbo goro of countless victims and has not tlmo to coma bock and report, is a niystory which Is agitating domestic lifo at tbe executive mansion. Tbo last known of thofenetls that It was under tbe tiling of tho main corridor. A ferret expert who no among tbo callers at tbe Whlto IIous volunteered tho theory that it had sucked tho blood of so many rats that It bad Bono to deep in soma nook until it from its over Indulgonco. This theory gavo but little satisfaction, Inasmuch as livo rats scampering about tho establishment would not bo half so bad as dead oues umlor tbe flooring. Washington Post. A WT AD Do A I till, not lull in Sulitcrlbo lion-- lor NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD T. J. I1UNN, Secretary. STEVL'NSON, President. WHY PAY RENT? ! ia lt " P CrpWlrilj GASTRONOMICAL TID BITS. Logic, , ,,10.42 ., ,,...,,10.35 . .. ,. .. ,. ,. .. .. .. '11.23 11.41... .i ILSSau,'.. 12110 Cloverport .Bkillman j ...... lUwearllle, 12.08r...V...,'. l'jilcon.. ....Holt 12.0 Loniiport Powera 12.50 1.C9 ,iArr ....PaSw....,,... 1 10.24 .... 10.15 0.50 ,.,..: 0.44 ,....,' 0.28 - t 0.14 0.01 8.42 8.27 "Ma," said a llttlo girl, "WUHo wants tho biggest ploco of pie, and I sink I ought to havo it, 'causo ho was eatin' pie two years 'fore I was borncd." Philadelphia Tinies. Ail Unwonted llurliil. Cholly ia burled in thought." THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD. ono-tcnt- Bermuda tomatoes aro choice. Fresh figs aro delicious eating. Cholco, clean cranberries como from Capo Cod. , Condensed milk should contain 14 per cent, of fat. Pea soup Is recommended' as a substitute for beef tea. Danish cabbages take tho lead in tho markets. Hotel Mall. Without the means at haud lor combat ing I), A oold may prova sioro daticerons than the email pox. No family is safe unless provided fpr such an emergency,. In sudden attacks 01 com, croup, asiumo, eto , Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is an invaln-abl- e specific. 11 POWDER Tbls powder never varies. A marvel ot More purity, strength and whqlesomoness. economical than the ordinary kinds, and can not b'i sold In competition with the mullltud of lew test, short weight alum br pbothhate pewders. SoUX only in tani. RorAL DillNO Powdm Co., 106 Wall StrceL New York, (ftTION 1 ;; ' "- Buv a Homo with What You Now Pay IN THE -- for Rent by Investing . brt """iu INTER ST ATE. : - h Ot China's 000,000,000 peoplo aro agriculturalists. An English firm manufactures 6oldlers yearly out of old sardine G,000,-OCO'ttn Bnildiiig , Circulars, 1 1.24 2,15rsiArr 1.52 .. .r,M....i.'.. SpottevTlle 2,01 t.tf .?;......: BatkcttJ 1.34...., Oweniloro Stanley Wortblngton lve S.ISau 7.47 .. ,.,.. .. 7.39.. ...llenderion 7,15 ., 7.07 .. Lve O.SQau cans. ' Thcro are In Franco 877 associations of "For goodness' sako don't resurrect curploypra, 801 of worklugnien and'007of hlui." Yenowino'a News. farmers. Women employed tin 'tho Volga; river, If we did but kn6w how little soma la Russia, work from 4 o'clock In tho enjoy of the great things that thoy pos- morning till sunset. Thoy carry HO sess, there would not be much eqvy ia pounds of freight up high ladders. Men get 23 cento per day, women 18 couts. tho world. Absolutely Pure. k IL-L-. PF BLOOMINGTON, , ' r-- ." I Pointed "Malter Explaining PUn CheetTuUy'Swt oa ajMJtkm'se' ' UA!flAUK,e.e,y, Local Swrd, dovefjKHt, Ky. . b,.an- , an InUAfitAI IA 0AI. Paaf InfArul..Ua Twlwa Mm'l TIIa noJuiiKiiv.i Pavfl v . . wv.... ,.. wii n. kMia rraOBtmvti t nun Anonnlollnn j" Possible INVEST YOUR SAVINGS! s, aid 1 h1? i 4JNPD. ... . , MasasftfHsMpWiij! , -- iii- aisWW " A jMb V tplftPBWWywpyi Breckenridge News. - - A NEW RAILROAD. HARDIHSBURG WEDNKSUAY, JANUARY !!!, 1890. JNO.D.BABBAQE. K 9 I,., SI. I.. tVT. Local Time Cnrl. Mall and Express going East West " East Express - i . West " Butt Mixed West 9.59 -- 11.23 6.31 9.50 11.23 - 9.69 if a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. and get all the news and From Dana' transportation. After leaving Leaveuworth nothing but the news. it is to connect with tho Air Line near Celebrated Maxims in Journalism. New Albany, Ind. Last week n large and enthusiastic meeting was hold at LeavenDEMOCRATIC TICKET. worth for tho purpose of getting the mat For County Judge, Thos. Adklsson, The people of ter before the people. For County Attorney, Jndgo Milton Hoard. Crawford county subscribed liberally to For County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. tho enterprise and It is reported that the For Sbe'rlu", J. S. DeJernette. outlook is quito favorable for tho new For County Sup't orSchoolJ, Jas. V. Milter. road. The citizens of Tobin'a Bottom, just opposite this city, arc delighted with For Jailer, John Slaton. tho Idea ol having a railroad in their midst For County Assessor, Lcn Caahman. and think that it will not be but a short For County Surveyor, F. M. C. oily. time until it is built. When the L , St L. For Coroner, W. R. Pendleton. & 1'. was first put on loot a number of TIM EN HUNDRED DOLLARS peoplo contended that it wouldn't pay, but tho large earnings of the road since it has GIVEN AWAY TO OUR been running have long since exploded SUBSCRIBERS. that Idea. So a railioad on the Indiana side of the river would doubtless pay and Although we have already n subscriphave all the business it could handle. tion list equal to ft majority of the Ken-tucweeklies we are desirous of increasTin: subject of county roads is engaging the attention ol many States, and Coming it and running it way up into the thoumissions have been created to examine sands. In order to do this we have decidIn Into and report upon the subject. ed to give a drawing to be held some time Pennsylvania it is to be noted that tho during the present year. Commission writes, hat many hundreds of We are now negotiating for a number of thousands have been expended annually useful and valuable prizes among which for many years, and yet the toads are no road wagon, better than they were two huudred years are a splendid period there has been machine, set of furniture, cooking ago. For all this sowing no progress, and any system with such restove, shot gun, saddle, suit of clothes and sults is radically wrong and foolishly exn number of other prizes which will be abtravagant. The reason is tho work done solutely given away to our subscribers. The on the roads is temporary and not permaprice of the paper will be $1 00 a year nent, and this money, if properly used, could have produced permanent roads strictly In advance, and to every one who costing but littlo to keep up. subscribes, pays up his dues and one year Kentucky is In the same condition in advance we will give n ticket in our Every yeur makes the situation worse. We not only give you the paper As travel increases the dirt roads muBt drawing. for one year, but in addition a ticket which get worse. They won't stand the heavy Wo must hauling of the present day. entitles you to a chance in our Grand Gift adopt somo plan to give us permanent enterprise and if you are at all lucky you roads The age demands that our roads will likely get a prize wotth anywhere shall have hard crowns, and the sooner we from 10 cents lo $f5. Now if you want a realize this the cheaper it will be to ns. wagon, sewing machine, set of furniture cr Tut: correspondents at Frankfort ol the any one of our many valuable prizes and Louisville papers confidently declared the best county paper in the Slate, all you at first that the Investigation would prohave to do is send in your dollar. duce nothing, nothing would be proven of improper practices in and about the Jef Tiih agitation of the Negro Problem in ferson Circuit Court. But as the investiCongress, has touched the key note of the gation progresses, these gentlemen are not Republican party, and set its Solons to so certain about it as they were at first. roaring in a manner unprecedented in They are "hauling in their horns"; and Tho now the Courier-Journal- 's times of peace and tranquility. man sajs, "it mouth, ol Ingnlls of Kansas, the orator seems to be the opinion that while the from which ebullitions of the most violent, Committee will say that Judge Jackson's pernicious and disgustful nature unceas- court has been well conducted, the report ingly flow, made its annual eruption a few will also commend the Governor for the days ago in the United States Semite, and stand he has taken and his watchfulness hurled in to the face of the South a series for the people on all occasions relating to of charges the most deplorable and the affairs of the State." like, that ever fell from the lips Well, now, that is a straddle for you. of mortal man. In his barrangue, he laid Nothing wrong in the Court, yet the Govaside llie vettage of a true statesman, and ernor is all right when bo charges that soared aloft on pinions of hatred, malice there is. When the Committee says that, and revenge, screaming in such a vindicwe will sure enough favor buying Crab tive and vociferous manner, that one would Orchard for a great big insane asylum, to be led to believe that Jackson was agaiu confine legislative lunatics. menacing Washington City, and that Lee with his legions lay encamped on tho Vol no Jim Blain, who started out some plains aroutd Richmond. He snatched time ago to mako his living as an apprenJohn Brrown from the grave, held bim tice by bard licks in a railroad machine aloft before the South, and with a venomshop, has concluded that the thing was not ous tongue hissing with malignity and so desirable us ho amicipated lie has vituperotisnegs, warned the South to llee recently thrown up his job and returned to from the wrath to come Ilia exposition Washington whero he has been given tho of imaginary grievances, perpetrated upon clerkship of a House Committee at a salthe negro of the South, ehow him to be ob ary of $2 190 per year. It is thought now ignorant of the condition of the bouthern that "youog Jim" ought to provide somenegro and his environments, as he is ol thing for that wife and child he deserted true statesmanship. Ihe political com- without any cause. pass is already beginning to point to the Presidential election of '92, nud the Somk people want to punish an insurleaders accordingly are baiting ance agent if he relinquishes a part of his Yes, Ingalls wants commission to the man he insures for the negro vote. That some legislation done in favor of the negro, is to say if an agent is entitled to $20 combut would it not be well to first abolish mission on a policy and shall be disposed that robbery system of taxation, of which to give his friend half of it and accept $10, he (Ingalls) is a ring leader, that places a be is to be put in jail. tax of 16 per cent, and over on every arThe old rule was to jail a fellow for takticle that tho poor negro wears from the ing and carrying away a fellow's $10. Now crown of his head to the sole of his feet, if he lets bim keep it, he must be joiled. nay, even the very shroud in which he is buried, aid the nails that fasten down the Gas stocks in Louisville have run down This is love, but such to very low figures At Owensboro, howlid ol bis colTm. love as Dives gave to the roor man or ever, it is quite different. The Messenger Judas to the Savior, logells in his appealand "Turkey" Jim Mattingly are detering cry for justice, prates about Ihe illegal mined to mako them boom. reBtrbiot of the negro vote. Out would it not be well for bim to first sweep the dirt Tut: people of Hancock county hove from bis own doors, and begin it, by huntmade a call on lion II V. Bush to become ing up Dudley of Itdiana and his clique a candidate to represent them in the Conand hanging them by the neck until they stitutional Convention. are dead. Would it not be well for Ingalls and his party to put down anarchism OwENBiioito certainly prides herself on aid the almost daily strikes, and mobs the announcement that Uarnum's big cirwhich are peculiar in the North and uncus will visit there in May next. Yes, and after ho known in the South. and his parly have extracted the beam llowurc of Ointments for Catarrh Tlint Contain .Tlcrrur, from their own eyes, it will then be time for them to examine the eyes of their As mercury will surely destroy Jhe senso of smell and completely derange tho whole brethern. system when entering it through the muMi:. George II. Madden, candidate for cus surfaces Such articles should never Clerk of Ihe Couit of Appeals, was in town be used except on prescriptions from replast week. The convention that will make utable physicians, as tho damage they may a nomination for this office Is several do Is ten fold to the good you can possibly months off jet, but the way Ibo race is derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, made up at present there is no man on the manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., track that will go into the convention with Toledo, O , contains no mercury, and is a stronger following than Mr. Madden taken Internally, and acts directly upon He has made a thorough canvass of the (be mucous surfaces of the system. In State and has it down on the cards to win. buying Hall's Catarrh Curo be suro you No bigger hearted man lives than George get the genuine. It is taken internally Madden, and In the face ol all rings, jobs, and mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J, Cheney & Co. cliques, combinations, etc, he will go in. tQTSold by Druggists, 75 cents. would bo a blessed thing for the peoIt A Clerk l,uck. ple If the lottery companies of the State Samuel Baker, a clerk in ono of our could be wiped out altogether. The Leg- principal jewelry stores and living at 1931 islature should (urn its attention to these Bush Street, fs in luck. At the last drawfrauds and clean out the last one of them. ing of tho Louisiana Stalo Lottery Company be found himiolf suddenly possessed It is reported that Capl. Kd. Porter of bo snug sum of $15,000, he having purThompson, who wes defeated for .State chased a couoon of ticket No. 93, which Librariau, will be a candidate for Super- drew the capital pnzo ot (300,000. San Francisco (Cal ) Call, November HO, intendent of Public Instruction, Gel the news k; two-hor- se to odk comiF.sponnENTS. '1'iimibJd no. doubt but that tho building ofrnilrjnds in Ibis section of country has not yet fnirly begun ntidbefon many years roll around they will bo built nnd running nt points where Ihe peoplo least dreamed thr-- would be. The road we njo about to speak of is not in Kentucky, but it is so near us that if the project is pushed to completion it will eventually be of great interest to us. The new enterprise Is to build a railroad from Caunelton to Lsaven" worth, touching all tho small towns over there that depend on the river for thelt V. A.llAHHAUi: UVtf Homiil , ..... DEPARTMEHT. BRANDENBURG. UNPRECEDENTED Editor TIME TABLE NoTl. Djtll.r FXCTPT Mi.NnAY. ', Aii '.iiM'f j IIAII.T SCKI'T Miss MnbnUAIysworth returned homo nt Grnhampton Monday. Mrs, Lon Moremon wus confined bed last week from the Grippe, Z tt iftrr unciOfeiinrry obii, In urn Mmnlntt '"" S?""'. I oi wus fi, wnsjii triWhrr to ft 'SSsslSMBSBk M"aQk W V TL M A mT 1lw..jfcV - 5 ATTRACTION I DISTRIBUTED, STATIONS. Sunday. 11.30 a.m.Lv Irvlngton .Ar. 9.00 a.u 8.55 Irvlngton Junction 11.35" 12.40 r.M 8.00 darlleld 7.30 1.0! Itarncd 1.30 p.m. Ar Hardinsburg Lv. 7,09 a.u Mr. Lonie May has gone to California. Major Scott has moved into his now resi- Iit dence. There aro several cases of la Grippe in the city. Mr. Amel Oolze, Cloverport, was in town Inst Monday. The telegraph poles have been distributed on the spur, "A number of carpenters aro at work on the new depot. Mrs. Davidson, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs J. U. Lennin. Mr. Wat Lenntn has been down soveral days with la Grippe. Dr. Lampton preached ut the Baptist church last Sunday. Miss Blanche Jolly, of Bewleyville, is visiting Mrs. Bowmer, Miss Nora Smith and Mrs. Brooks aro visiting at Stephenrport. Mr John P. Haswell hqs been very sick for several days with la Grippe. Mr. Skinner shipped a car load ol hoop poles over the L H. & W. last Monday. The railroad condemnation suits wero resumed in the County court last Monday. Mr. Jesse Smith has been promised a position as brakesman on tho L. H. & W, at a good salary. Mr. Henry Washington has contracted for ten thousand apple trees to be planted on his farm near Irvlngton. Mr. Marve Bewley, of Meade county, came in on the train Monday. It Is his first visit here for thirty-twyears. Mr. J. T. Kingston bought a town lot from Mr. V. Daniel last Week at $210. It lies on the street opposite Major Scott's. Articles of incorporation of tho Hardins-bur- g City Hall Company were filed In the County Clerk's office for record last Monday. A good bakery is much needed in this town. Barrels of bread are shipped here every week by rail, and yet thq town is not Mr. GcoMaddun was in town last Wednesday touching tho boys up a little. Joplin k Mercer bought a car load of mules from Livers it Novitt Monday, Mr. Lon Moreraen has put up iH hogs and has been mcWesful so far in' saving his meat. Will be paid for the immediate return of McGinty red whiskers. Our Blankets and otherJVmter Goods went with a whoop Low prices catch the Bargain hunters. In I sVsK. 4B sssa Grolcl We Have . ! Louisiana Stato Lottery Company. Incorporated by the Legislature In I8G8, Tut durational nud Charitable purposes and Its franchise was made a part of the present State Constitution In 187D,by an overwhelming popular vote. .So nil W plnce lake unit December, AiiHUally, nnd liu 'mm OHANl) .SINdLi; nU.TIltlHl 0ICAW-lltti- S cnrli tuko placo an year, ot tlio other ten nioiitlm In tlio anil are nil public, at tlio Academy drawn InNow La, iriiiklc, ITS MAMMOTH DKAWINKN tf V The prospects for a fine wheat crop were never better in this county nt this season ol the year. Messrs. Lawrence L. Lewis and Jesse L. Matin were at home last week visiting their parents. Miss Lillian' Lewis spent last week' out at Guston with her grandlather Patterson in his new house. Misses Addio G, and Julia E. Ditto havo returned from their visit lo Cloverport, the guests of Mrs. J. D. Babbage. Mr. Z T. Uerndon's family Is boarding at tho St. Cloud Hotel in his absence on the railroad In Eastern Kentucky. Bro. R. P. Golphin. of the Theological Seminary at Louisville filled the pulpit here for Itev. Judson WHIet Sunday. Miss Nclia Brashear has turned her school over to Miss Maggio Shumate and returned to her home at Union Star. Messrs. Frank Joplin and Jim Mercer, of K'town, were here last week and bought a lot of mules from T. A. McAuliff, Ditto Bros, and of Orleans, FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of Its Drawings, and Prompt payment of Its prizes, Attested as follows: i 62 pairs Ladies' all wool cashmere and ribbed Hose worth 35 to 40 cts. " We do hereby cert(fu that tee supervise the arrangements for all the Momihly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery 'Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that (he same arc conducted toith honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and tee authorize the Company lo use this certjicate, with fac similes of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." 3 Your Choice for 25 cents. The flowers will bloom in the spring tra-lOn poor old McGinty's grave, But in the spring our new Stock comes in, And we are moving winter Goods by cutting prices. Stay there McGinty. a, fif Stflr National Hank, tional Hank. Comnilisloiicra. We the undersigned Ranks and Rankers toillpayall Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State lotteries which may be presented at our counters. II. IH. IVAI.MSLKW Proa. I.oulalana J. PIEKIIR liANAtlX, 1'rca. Slate A. KAI.mviN., Na- A. McGebee. Mrs. II. C. Rawlings returned home last Friday night from Decatur, III. Her daughter-in-laMrs Bob Rawlings, and rrcs, Now Or J can National Hank. C4RX KOIIN Vrom. Union National Hank. GRAND In supplied The Hardinsburg City Hall Co., aro soliciting subscriptions for stock. They want to begin work on the building immediately. Mr. George Madden, Robert Fletcher, Henry Washington, James Bishop and Fred Holder were registered at tho Hucke-b- y hotel last week. There is some talk among the cilizeus of organizing a fair company. As we now have railroad facilities it is thought such an institution would be profitable. Mrs. Lulu Bush filed her petition in the Circuit clerk's offico last week, asking to be divorced from her husband, Dr. J. C. Sho also asks to bo given tho care Bush' and custody of ber child, Lulla. Mr. George N. Harris has mado a second application before the County Court for a license to keep a tavern with the privilege of retailing liquors at Balltown. He has strong opposition from that section. Mr. Jolly Meador and Miss Ada Black were married at the bride's residence near this place yesterday at 2 o'clock p m, Mr. Meador is tho drug clerk for the firm ol Beard & Beeler, nnd a very popular Miss Black is tbo young business man. daughter of Mr. Lum Black, ono of the substantial farmers of this section. The News editor extends congratulations. Mr. Bion Jully was at home Sunday off Mr. Jolly is one ol the of tho railroad. leading engineers on the L. H. & W. and has been iu the almost constant employ of the company since the surveying first began. He reports track laying progressing rapidly on the lower end of tho line, and 88 j s Fordsville will be reached before 'many weeks Tlio Invalid' Hope. little daughter accompanied her. Mrs. J. A McGeheo was very kick last week, At this writing her condition is thought to bo much better. Her Bufferings mostly seem to be from heart trouble. Mr. T, A Simmons auctioned off bis groceries Saturday. Mr. S. C. Malin did tho auctioneering. Mr. Simmons' health does not permit of his keeping Btoro any longer. Miss Ina Rawlings brought ber largo mastiff dog from Illinois with her. He is about the siza of an ordinary calf, nnd will weigh about 150 poundf. Nothing small about that dog. Mrs. Nannie Bruner, living a few miles below town, lost ber youngest daughter last week from measles. This disease is very prevalent through this county and in some families three or four rm down with it They will manufacture the nitro glycct-in- e for shooting the wells here at Long Branch. The apparatus for the business arrived there last week in caro of A. Ditto, Jr. Abe seerns to get a finger in all the pie up there. Your correspondent was in Vine Grove one day last week and the improvement in that littlo village has been very great in the last year or so. The town seems to bo on u boom from the number of new buildings going up Mr. J. S. Moremen says tho Falls City Malleable Steel Co. is at work beautifully now, and turning out about 75 dozen hatchets per day at a very Bmall cost. Joe is a hustler and ho knows well how to put machinery to work. The roads are good and muddy again Pikes are badly after the littlo freeze. nceced in this county.' They will do more good than any other enterprise that can possibly be started. The day is getting too fast to travel on muddy roads. Mr. Mills' twins weighed ten pounds eaoh instead of two. This Is no two pound country. Miss Maggie Wool folk was the youngest daughter instead of the oldest. Mr. Editor, you bad better go to school if you can't read writing. You mako somo wide mistakes with your type sometimes. You must excuse mistakes last week; our torcman's baby was only a week old then. En "When will the robbins nest again?" When in Louisville the othor day I saw in one box about 700 that will never nest again1. They wore gathered from a roost baok of Louisville. I was informed that fully 20.000 or these birds had been brought thcro that week. The weapon used for gathering them in was a club and ther were brought there in meal sacks. Let the Legislature get up a law to pre? vent such slaughtering, MONTHLY DRAWING We mean what WR Hfi7 will do Ttro oott v Kyv ff U UU Well we'll sell you the best goods, good mi the Academy of Music, NewOrleans Tuesday, February II, 1890. Tin I - .V m , , . MOO,000 goods, cheap goods at the lowest possible figures. McGinty. Who struck Billy Patterson ? ft 1 - , Capital Prize, $300,000. Ticket' at Twenty Vol lam 'each. IlavelM 810: quarters 5; Tenths 82; TwontlcthvSl. list or miiks. 1 , Come to see us. OAPITAL PUIZE OF $.(00,000300,000 . l'QRAND PRIZE OP 100,00L 100,000 1 GRAND PRIZE. OF 60,000.. 50,000 1 LARGE PRIZES OF 25,000.. 25,000 2 L'AROE PRIZES OF 10,000- - 20,000 5 PRIZES OF 5,000- - 25,000 . 25 1,000.. 25,000 100 200 600 " M 500.. 300.. 200- Wm. Vest & Sons. CLOVERPORT, Tbo Senate bill to prohibit tbo sale of cigarettes was favorably reported to the House nnd defeated by some shrewd parliamentary work of Mr. Settle. And that's the end of it. A bill to require all corporations or firms engaged in mining or manufacturing of any kind to pay their employees every two weeks, nnd forbidding the payment of wages by checks, cards or other paper which is not commercial paper, was favorably reported to tbe House and made a special order for next Thursday Jan. HO, The committee on internal improvements have been directed to bring in a bill establishing a uniform system of public roads. A bill has passed the House giving owners of studs, jacks and bulls n lien upon all the get of their stock for the service price. Tbe judiciary committco reported unfavorably on tbe bill giving Commonwealths attorney's a salary of $3 000 It is thought that this office will bo abolished by the new Constitutional convention and the duty imposed on the county attorneys. The bill appropriating ?20.000 for a State bureau of information and immigration wa? passed. Senator Hendricks obtained 'leave fpr a bill to nmond tho general local option law of tbo State. It makes some changes in the penalties and puts further restriction npon druggists selling whUky in local option districts. Tbe iwo houses met in joint session at 12 o'clock- - Wednesday to elect a State Librarian to fill the interim between now and next June, when Mrs. Day takes hold. In view of the question of authority which has arisen, Governor Bucknor withdrew his nomination of Capt E, Porter Thompson and thus gave the general assembly tho undisputed privilege of electing him. Capt. Thompson revived 10C votes. Tbo Senate adopted the House resolution of Mr, Hardin providing for tho appointment of n joint committee to reapportion the Stale into Senatorial and Representative district. Senator Dickerson's bill amending tho law for the goverument of the penitentiary This bill extends the prohas passed. visions of the parole law so that tbo Com mlssioners may parole as many prisoners as tbey desire, instead of only 5 per cent, ol tho whole as at present. There is a bill before tbo Senate looking to the Investigation of tlio lottery companies In the State, and it will most likely pass. A hill to amend tbo exemption law so that the exemption of $50 worth personality shall not apply to dobts created for food, raiment or clothing is before the House. Mr, W, H. Smith, of Graves, has introduced a bill which raises the limit of petty larceny to $20 and provides for the punishment of all petty larcenlsts by whipping, except in the case of females. A bill has boon introduced In tbe House which attempts to create another public offico in the State at an expense of $2,500 a year. This is for a Commissioner of Statistics, to be appointed by the Governor, who wil) travel around over the State with nothing much to do in particular. Mr Richardson, of Meade, Is one of the most active worker in the Hpuse. Ho is now serving his third term and has introduced more important bills than any othor APraoxiuATioit 100 Prizes of $500 are- 100 Prises bf $300 are 100 Prises of $200 are 989 Prises of 100 are 999 Prises of 100 are.. rants. - 60,000 60,000 100,000 Terminal Prizesi $50,000 $30,000 20.000 99.900 99.900 $1,054,800 3,131 Prises, amounting to ., KY, Tickets drawing Capital Prizes are not entitled to terminal Prises, AGENTS WANTED.. ffiSTFor Club rates, or any further information Gesirod, write legibly to tho undersigned, Note VV Wo have but to wait nnd seo what effect the Governor's messago will have on the members of the Lecislaturo. Tbe people bavo expressed themselves as ready to stand by the Governor, but it is doubtful whether the Legislature does, judging from the, yery poor effort they have made into ihe investigations called fori Senator Kemp's bill to establish n board of State-hous- e Commissioners and build a new Capilol was made a special order fcr Thursday, Jan. 30. Senator Vortbam's bill to repeal the act requiring the assessor's reports to be cop-le- d by county clerks has been reported favorably by the committee. This bil if passed, it Is claimed, will save tho Slate $:!0,000 per annum. clearly stating your resldonoe, with State, County, Street and N meter. Morerapld return mall delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelopo bearing your full address, fTJ HAWniTfi Now OrloUMH, La., orM. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. O. acmui IU. A. .By ordinary letter, containing Moxjnr Order Issued by all Eipress Companies, New York Exchange, Draft or Postal Note. Vfn jut on Cubbekoy sent us by Express of $5 or oyer. IMPORTANT, Address Registered Letters to NEW OKIUANS NATIONAI, BANK, New Orleans', l,a. BEWLEYVILLE. Mr. Thomas P. Hardaway bought a lot of stock hogs of Mr. Moses Bennett last week nt 3 peats. Some of the citizens of this placo and Yicinity are hffected with la Grippe, but none we believe very seriously, Mr. Sara Pomp McCoy bought a few days sirice n good young horse of Charles H. Drury lor one hundred dollars, cheap. Mrs. Mary Snider got a fall from awac Loo some time since from which we rezrel to le&rn, she is making a very slow recovery. Mrs. Joanoh Drury gold last week a nice young horse to Mr. William Hensley of Hardinsburg, for one hnpdred and fifty dollars. Received at the Cash Store and jiow oponine nice lines of dry goods and notions, shoes, hardware, gro:eries queens-ware, REMEMBER that tho payment or all prises Is GUARANTEED Br FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and tha TicketsTaro signed by the President of an Institution, rh6je chartered rights are recognised In the highest Courts; therefore, bewaroof any imitations or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY TJS In any Drawing. Anything In our name offered tor less than a Dollar is a swindle. . STATEMENT or..I,0.F0,,u,,lo,, of lo rldRoHuiik, Cloverport, ,31?."; lsoti ot ""'on MrocUln- Ky.,'af tho December 31.it, ...$157,965 25 2,572 25 "'Si H Notes and Bills Discounted.., Bank Fixtures and Furniture Banking House and Lot Over Drafts.... .; Suspended Debt.., , 5ond,4 " Due from Banks Cash on hand ASSETS. 3335 , 1 '333 42 23,90615 $249,234 473 60 Many seemingly Incurablo oases of blood poison, catarrh, scrofula nnd rbeuinatlim have been cured by II. II. II. (Uotanlo Blood Balm), made by thn Blood Iialm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Write to them Tor book filled with convincing proof. O. W. B. Raider, living seven miles from Athens, Ua., writes: "For several years I suffered with running ulcers, which doctors treatA single boted and pronounced Incurable. tle of I). It. B. did me moro good than all the doctors. I kept on using It and all tho ulcers healed." D. O. Kinard & Son, Towallga, da., writes! "We Induced a neighbor to try B. B. B. for catarrh, which he thought Jncurablo, as it had resisted all treatment. It delighted hint, and continuing Its use he was cured sound nud well." R. M. Lawson, East Point, Ga., writes t "My wife had scrofula 15 years. tJhe kept growing worse. Sho lost her hair and her skin broke out fearfully. Debility, emaolation and no appetlto followed. After physicians and numerous advertlaod medicines failed, I tried B. B. 11., and ber recovery was rapid and complete." Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md,, writes : "I suffered from weak back and rheumatism. B. B. B. has proven to be the only medicine that gave me relief." ...,;. , , 25,884 04 33,904 48 29 Tot"! Capitol Stock,.t , Deposits....... Surplus Fund.... Undivided Proflts , Dividend No. 31, due January 3d. 1890 $45,100 00 183,591 34 10,500 00 2,238 95 1 1,804 00 &c. i Syrup of Produced from the luxative and nutritious juice ol California figs, combined with the medical virtues of plants known to be most beneficial lo the human system, acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds and headaches, and curing habitual constipation. lltf. Married, Jan. ICtb, 1890. by Rev. William Head, Mr. Nelson Claycdrab, jrt to Miss Minerva Abbott, youngest daughter of Mr. William Abbott, of Lodiburg It will he wib sorrow that (he friends of the aged and estimable Mrs. Susan Tucker learn that shu !b now in very delicate health. Mrs Tocker has been longer a resident of this place than any pne now living in ft. At a festival of the colored people near this place a few nights slnco there was a shooting match between Henry Tall and Henry Vertruso, that carao very near resulting very seriously, but neither pirty was very badly hurt. Mr. II. R. Basham has bought the iutor-o- st of Mr. Thomas Northern, in tho firm of Johnson k Northern. As Mr. Basham is possessed of am pie means wo suppose this shop now well known for its superior farm, and spring wagons, will bo run on a larger scato than heretofore. Thoso wanfing a reliable wagon at the lowett possible prices will do well lo send them an order. The Cash buys goods lo sell and not to keep. If you want anything In tho last porchaso come quick us boy are going out vory rapidly. Hulf dozen or moro nice Overcoats bought of a wholesaler after he saw that ho was stuck on a largo stock at rates away down undef regular. To got one of these coots will pay you well to spond a whole day nod ride 15 Or 20 mllps. TolaI t $249,234 29 Net Earnlugs since Juno 30, 1889..- - $1,507 29 " ' Appllodos follows: Dividend No. 31, 4 per ' 'I cent, payablo January K 3d, 1890 $i(804 00 to Surplus Fund.. 2,000 00 Added Added to Undivided Pro's 183 29 Total $4,607 29 A. B. Sklllman, cashier of the obovo named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statoment is true to tho best of my knowledci .?. and belief. A. B. SKILLMAN. Ca.hlr. Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 2d day of January, 1890. , OIIASB. 8KILLMAN, N. P. B.C. I, fc LEGISLATIVE NOTES. Mr. Jolly has introduced a bill in the House lo established an additional voting place In this county at Webster. Mr. Mason a bill to incorporate the Farmers' Savings Bank, of Lewis port. Hon. Geo. W. Duvall and Hon, Tice Jolly, members of the II oust, visited the West Virginia Legislature on Monday, and were delighted with their visit, and speak in most glowing terras of tho members of that honorable body, and tbe magnificent capitol building of the new State ol West Virginia. Frankfort Capital. An act to exempt Sheriffs and other county officers from paying toll on turn pikes waslosti The act to require (ho plugging of abandoned gas wells, which bad passed tbe Bonato, was favorably reported to the On motion of Mr, Richardson House. and Mr. Ilowlett the bill was recommitted Mr, Richardsoo has introduced a bill to incorporate the Kkron Male and Female College. A bill ) Why Jionio Funncm Don't Succeed. They give no attention to details. They think small things not important. Tbey take no pleasure in their work. They regard work as a misfortune. They weigh and measure stingily. They are fretful and impatient. They ruin stock by low foncing. They lef.lboir gates sag and fall down. They will not make compost, Tbey let their fowls roost in trees and on tho fenco. They havo no shelter for stock. They Thoy do not enrry their horses. leave their plows In the field. They hang the harness in tho dust, They put off greasing the wagon. They starve (he calf They let their pigs and milk the cow sleep In the dust. They go to town 'without business. They do not know tbo best is the cheapest. Thoy have no method or system. Thoy go to often "lo seo a man," They have no ear for home enterprise, Tbey nevir nso paint on the farm. They plant very lato in the spring. Tbey'atack They prop Ibo barn fodder in the field, Tbey let. the horses door with a rail stand in the rain, They let the clothes dry on (be fenco. They let the hoops fall from tho tubs. They neglect to trim the frntt trees. Tbey milk the cows lato in day, Progressive Farmer. FANCY GROCERIES -A- ND- CONFECTIONS I take this method of Informing tho citizens of Oloverport and vicinity, that I bavo opened a new stock of GROCERIES & CONFECTIONS In tbe store houso Just vacated by S. B. ADKISSON. Groceries and Confectioneries, and will soil them as low as tho lowest. Frosh new stock. Everything and anything you need. FJtase givo me a call, eae my goods and prices. I will heep on band a full Una of Fancy C BUY-YOUE J. MURPHY, has pawed tbe Senate empower log the County Court ol Grayson county lo levy an ad valorem tax for roads and bridges. member. HiicklcM'ii Arttlca Salvo Tho best salve in tho world fnr n,,' bruises, sores Ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It ig guaranteed to givp perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 26 cents per, box. For sale by G. "W. Hhort. Cloverport. Ky. ' and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. 8HIET:S: -F- ROM- J. D. BABBAGE. SWv BPFpdMgHBflswssMslsssisKHMMiHiBiiii IMMMI AsaMtMaUaMUtaMNHMaawMMSf M upfRciS l.l-'l local iihi;vitii:s. Lent begins February 19th. . The peach crop is still alive, thank the Lord. Tho first snow of the season fell lirro Inst Wednesday night. i Who is the most popular man in Cloverport? McGinty, Mr. Aaron Norton, of Webster, has been granted a pensions. H. L. Bell, of Gaston, has for salo thorough-bred poland china hogs. Send him nn order. Mr. Jake Nowton, father of Dora New-towho was killed recently, 1ms been granted a pension. Mrs. Emma Wheeler has been appointed postmaster at Clifton Mills, vice F. Adkisson, removed. Bro. Brandon, in his sermon Sunday night, was prelty hard on tho readers of the Sunday Courier-Journa- l. R M. Crenshaw, went to Bullitt county Sunday to seo his father who is very sick and not erpected to recover. Mr. U. S. English, of Stephensport, and his brother, Wood English, of Hardin county, were in the city Saturday. Our old friend, Dr. S. A. Cottln, o Lawrence, Texas, sends us a mammoth illustrated edition of tbe Dallas (Texas) News, for which he has our thanks. The 8ulzer Bros, are nothing if not enterprising. They are preparing to introduce a line of carrier pigeons between'their stores in thib city, Cannelton and Troy. Dr. Breeding, of Glasgow, Ky., says: "My chickens are thriftier, healthier, finer, larger, and have beautiful plumage since I began using Ganter's magic chickon cholera cure." Owon Seaton bought of Fred Scboen, Monday, eight head of hogs averaging 318 pounds, and two head of cattle averaging 1,137 pounds. Mr. Benton took them to Louisville Monday night for sale. A cow derailed a freight train on the L., 8t. L. & T near Mottingly'a distillery, below Owensboro, Monday night. Twelve cars wero thrown off tho track and badly damaged, but fortunately no one was hurt. Mr. C. M." Bullitt had his first bitter experience with natural gas during the cold snap last week. It went out on him very suddenly and he had to take refuge with lis neighbor, Capt. J. H. Rowland, to keep from freezing. There was a regular stamped in the Methodist church Sunday night, caused by cries of a crazy man in the hands of Marshal Graham. The congregation took it to bo an alarm of fire and everybody rushed to tho door. Give a boy a deck of cards, a shot gun and an old pistol, and you have a swift nt LtL !. .! i.ji. - .1 canaiaaie tor me penueuimrjr. unu mm good books, and a good newspaper nnd you need never fear about that boy's future. Kentucky Colonel. Rev. W, J. Cole, of Lewisport, is in tho city, the guest of Rev. W, C. Brandon. Rev. Cole is the author of an interesting little volume entitled, "The Principles of Government, Moral, Civil and Ecclesiastical, with Especial Reference to the Meth odist Church." It is especially interesting to Methodists, to whom we commend the book. .( m A TYPICAL SOUTHERN GENTLEMAN. o,l Itrlef Mit'frli of llir l.irr ill l(i l.ulc Cul. Alfrctl 4aK-.1- K llniiinn' New Orleans States GOOD ENOUGH! MRS. M'GINTY .1 Tbe death recently at Hawesville, Ky., of Col. Alfred Hennen removes from the stage of life anothor member of an illustrious-family and ono who belonged to the old school. He was a typical Southern gentleman, and was deeply attached to tho South and all her institutions. An impetuous nature of Inteuse personality, but warm, hospitCol. Hon- able and genercus to a fault, nen was born in Ponsncoln, Fin., August 17, 1821, but tbe greater part of his lifo was spent iu New Orlenns. His father, Alfred Henuen, was ono of , 1 ! KtJ ajLj " V? la:. ri? T. hj ,r Both method and results when Syrup of Figs ia taken; itria pleaiarit and refreshing to the taste, and acta gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Livor and Bowels, clonuses tho eya- " " tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches nnd fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced, pleasing to tho taste nnd acceptable to tho stomach, prompt in Qita action and truly beneficial in its Jr effects) prepared only from tho most healthy and ngrccaulo substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all nnd have mado it tho most popular remedy known. Syrup or Figs is for sale1 iu 50c and $1 bottles by all leading druggists. Any reliablo druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any ono who wjshes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FW SYRUP CO. p ltxy ON BlVJOY ttto LOUISVIUE, 8AN FRANCISC 1, CAL. , HEW fORK, N.t. Kf. FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. fas a Candidate for Clerk Court of Anneals I iWTre sntharltod to announce State GRORGEH. MADDEN, f Subject to the action of Democratic. Convention. We are authorized to announce FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. of tho City of Louisville, as c. oaedtdate for Judge of tbe Court of Appeals, subject to tbe action of the Democratic party of the Third Appelta'te District. JOHN ROBERTS, v We are authorized to nnnounco to the office of as a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the action of tbe Democratic party. JUDGE JOSEPH LEWIS, John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Wm. K. Barnes, Hardlnsburg. &. Attorneys a'tllaw. Hardlnsburg and Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY BARNES, Louisiana's most renowned citizens; a largo slave-holdand planter; but his greatest fame was in the law, where ho achieved tho highest distinction. He was of good stock on both sides none better, braver or truer. He was proud of bis blood in it there was nn inheritance of courage, justice and love of principle. Col. Henuen had an intimnteacquaint-at.e- e wilh the lamented. Jefferson Davis, and served with him through tho Mexican War. He enlisted early under the banner of the South in tbe War of tho Rebellion, and at its close had charge of a battery of artillery fit Mobile. During the mad craze fcr gold in 1819 he went to California, and later to Central America on a mininig expedition. So his life was like the kaleidoscope ever changing; but whether on the scorching plains of Mexico under the flag of bis country, or in tbe deep gulcb in tho mountains in quest of gold, or in the tented fields of his native Southland, or in the humble pursuit of plantation home life, or in the quiet walks of business, he was the same Hrue polite and aflable gentleman always. In January, 185G, he was married to Martha Hall Smith, daughter of the late Hamilton Smith of Louisville To them were born ten childron, nine of whom survive him with their bereaved mother. His last illness wa3 of comparatively short dnralion, but.durlog Ihe time he bad meditated well and seriously over tbe whole course of his life, nnd resolved to break away from tbe old moorings in his past career, and to this end he expressed a desire to unit with the Presbyterian church the church of his sainted father and mother, and In which he had been baptised in tbe tender years of his life. A few days later release came to him, and let us thiuk that his dying eyes read a mystic meaning which only tho rapt nud parting er d, Keep it up, and wo won't have any cause to complain, although it is no money in our pocket. Our now "cut-ruto- " tariff which we put in force last week, has had the desired cflect. "We are selling lots of our own make Clothing the host in the city and a few weeks more of this sort of work will bring down stock to the proper level. In the meantime, tho .ame will find a splenprices prevail, and bargain-hunte- rs Wc had quite a run on did field to invest their bparo change. our stock of Overcoats, but we can still supply a moderate demand. They arc wonderful values for the money wc let them go for ; but there is a limit to all things they cannot last much longer. But while they do last, it will be fun for tho people, but no money for us. But it can't be helped. low-dono-pr- ofit ! i ! ! ! - i . ' Kt4Bii .'A ...i.. ipw.?'-lifx i . J & ' ii . 'r' ' ' VJ ' f tf""" 4 - JK jM" ?' m T7T , . 3fe . A ; j Tl ..A-f- V IO- - 1 1 woman runs to 'l ' OJ reckless waste ttMii but not because so tight ' site's laced. She wastes the , ' money that she pnys, for site ' has caught the bargain crae, ', "J ,' . and throws away her ' ion ,'' o,J , f -- hard-earned cash " ' - " . JULIUS S. E. WIN & . on any foolish kind tHi 'n t A v! if i liiH z' r i -1. fill i. ol ii "Old Reliable" Clothiers CO. THIRD to tllO I'lCU. Mr. E iitor I noticed a short paragraph in your Inst issue, "A plea for tho young men," which impressed mo very forcibly for I havo often wondered why it was that the good mothers oi Cloverport lake so little interest in tbe enhancement of tho pleasure of tho young people of our town, and especially the noble young men we bavo In our midst. We admit that very few wero so fortunate as to bo born with in tboir mouths, but ihey are honest, industrious young men, making nn AND MARKET STS.. LOUISVILLE, KY. Cliurcli NoteN. PiiEsiiYTKitMN Cituiicn every Sunday, 3 00 p, m. A KCHpOIIBO YollMir 31CM' Sunday School Prenching by Rev. J. H. Morrison each Sunday morning nt 10.00. Tuesday night prayer meeting 7.30, by officers of the church. Services at the Methodist church. Sundays 11 a. m. and 7 p tn., by the pastor. Sunday School Sunday 9 '10 a. m., by Supt. A. A. Simons Prayer Meoting Thursday 7 p. m. Rev. W. C. Brandon, Pastor. of trash. She f cannot close . ynm her cycs'itrslccp " if she has heard the whisper "cheap." And so this , woman falls a prey to crafty men and what they say. Her many woes will not be o'er, until she comes to try our store. She'll come there yet, you bet ! u m ion -- - j& n5J con nrej SULZERS Cioverport, JLmB. f:o:l ro:j aXj fog Kentucky. mmmmmmimMam. T - W i. gppMfWP lfxn 11. I soul may know. Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, ? STEPHENSPORT. Mr. Charlie Babbage was in town last week. bonestand honorable living. But as the writer has well said, "when was ever one of those young people invited to many of your homes to pass a few social hours tocether. where they can enjoy an evening socially without their money. We don't object to church entertninmeuls, not at all, it is nil right, but could not they bo induced to spend their money more freely if they wer held in a higher scale socially. Theso are a few thoughts to be considered nnd perhaps if tho good mothers would cheerfully open their doors, and respond to the young men's plea occasionally, there would not be so many youths drift off into So blackened ealoons of your town." mote it bu. But while I am a very nrdent advocate of sociability, I am not one to receive or admit all to the parlor or around the family henrlh stono. Far from it.fcr we are a gri a stickler f jr our mothers teaching, tbe best ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons having claims against tho estate of Joseph Sillier, deceased, aro hereby no titled to present tbom properly proven to mc on or before tho 1st day of February, 1800, or the; will bo forerer barred. JAS. E. CIIAPIN, Adm'r -- YANT& STRATTON Business College Jfoofc NOTICE! FARM FOR SALE. In Ilreckenridge County, Ky , of a inilo from .Steiihenrport, a town on the Ohio, river and L.,St. L. T H. R., consisting of 115 acres. Flno fruit, and stock farm with flvo novor fulling sprlngs'on It. The lin nrovoments consist of one framo duelling houso of flvo rooms, stahlo and tolmcco Imrn. Also plonty of good fruit of nearly all kinds. Which can he bought for $1,250 $500 cash In hand and three y enr time on the remainder. Apyly to tlARDNUR HAWKINS. tLrcc-fourtln F Krtpinff, Short Hand, Telegraphy, iCa Write for Catalogue and fall Inforliuitlen. LiOUICVSlalaE9 XT JsL Fon IP . HARDINSBURG, KY. pdrOt&cc on Brick Corner. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23. 1890. . Notice tlio labol on your paper nnd seo If your lime expires till month. 'I, Pergonal. Vi s? .V ,r The Sicnmer BeSolo Ilnrneil Just 0. P. Jolly was in the city Monday. llclow OiveiiKboro. spent this week in town. Tom Ken-lul- l Cincinnati and Memphis packet Tbe S. B. Adklsson went to Holt Thursday. DeSoto, which passed down by here Mon-dn- v to Louisville Sunday. Eugeno Vest went evening caught fire one mile below Gbas P. Bobbaga spent Sunday at Home Owensboro yesterday morning at 2 o'clock J. E. Mnttingly went to Owensboro this and was totally destroyed. Tho Owensboro Messenger of yesterday week. Miss Annie E. May went to Skillman contained a fall account of the accident -- Friday. nd RnvH the fire was discovered in tho Mr. Atnel Oelze went to Hardlnsburg cook room, just after tbe boat p'ulle4 out Monday., from the shore at Henning' Distillery, ""Mr. M. J. Ray'of Preston, was in town where she had stopped to put off a lot of Saturday That as soon as Ihe pilot empty barrels. discovered the boat was on fire he headed Mrs. R. It. Pierce went to Stephentport her for the shore and held her there nntil Thursday. all the passengers and crew made there Mr. Thos. Robertson went to Louisville escape, except one of tbe firemeonwbo yesterday. came up missing. ' Miss LaCe LoHeis is at hoine siek with The DeSoto was comparatively a new la Grippe. boat, having been rebuilt and refurnished G. B, Tyler, of Owensboro, was in tho about throe months ago at a heavy cost. city Friday. She was valued at $26,000. wilh. SlQ.uOO Mr. Virgil Hardin, of Holt, was in the insurance. She had on board C50 tons'of city Friday. freight for points below, all of which was a Ed. Gregory is in HardinBbnrg writing total loss. The steamer Ohio, another boat belongup'tbe town. ing to this line, was wrecked on the Falls Mrs. J. E. Keith is .visiting at Owens-bor- o at Louisville Monday night. There were this week. no lives lost and It is thought the boat will Mr. Len Casbman, of Preston, was in bo raised. the city Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. It, R. Pierce went to OwGUSTON. ensboro Friday. Hello 1 Burroll Beard, of Hardinsbury, was in Just work upt the city Saturday. Don't you believe it? Claronce Davis, of Shelbyville, was in So busy didn't have time to write. , the cily yesterday Say did you bear about Guston'a being Rev, H. P. Lampton spent several days on a boom 7 ' in the cily this week Well, she is; new bouses ate going up ..Jobn.Blythalsat Mr. T. 0, Tousey's hero so fast one would think Alladin roostvery ill with la Grippe.' ed around here somewhere Mr. J. H. Dlckerson,of Hannibal, Mo., New shops, new dwellings, new drag was in the city Sunday. stores, new stables, new everything. W, )j. Sbafer, of Mineral Center We are all resting np this week, as tbe the city yestrday weather is so bad and we all hare the Some have bad a bad time I)r, Delas Haynes, of YVhitesville, is Grippe. visiting Dr. W. I). While. with it, wbilo some have only slight attacks, Mrs. 1 L. Clark and Miss Lida Sball-croMr Jonas Lyon's baby U very ill, but went to Cannelion Saturday. not serious, we hope. Mr. John Wbito went went to Louisville John Snjdcr Las taken a rebate on the yesterday to ulled Ike Dental lectures. roturned Grippe, not seriot-- j. Misses Addie and Julia Ditto Mr. Albert Thompson, our rollicking to their homes in Meade county lnat week. hog buyer, is looking pale about the gills Robt. Brashear and Clint Ad""Messrs. Grippe. klsson, of Irvicgton, spent 8unday in the Say, has anybody heard from Irvington cUy- this winter? If so please come forward Mr. Jesse Tinius and wifo como down chromo as a reward. from Holt 8undny and are visiting Mr. J. and receive a Some one bas gotten two stories mixed Dyer. J. about Harry Pierce. It is true that ho Frauk Hall left last Friday for Wash-ipgtTerritory, where he. will locate if diedhere, but be did not get burtj hero. Tbe man that got hurt here did not die, satisfied .with tne country, j fcjIra.X' Y, Ford, after a vUit of several but was taken to Louisville acd doubtless placed in a hospital. weeks with her parents, left thla week for Look out for Gaston in the futnre Frankfort to join her husband. ? ' daughter of W, L "TBany lorooiig Miss Jennio Ireland, Ireland, of Skillman, and attending the Are broken down from overwork or household cares Brown'a-Iro- n Bitters High School here, is boarding with Mrs. rebuild the system, aids digestion, removescx cess of tile, and cures malaria. Qet tho genuine. Deliruler. 1 fame-was.fn ss qn Mrs. James Crawford went to Louisville last week, Mr. William Pettit and wife are visiting or none. in Madison, Ind. And for one we have always had the very MiBses Florence Williams and Minnie highest regard for our young people, but Fullenwider, of Evnnsvillo, who have been visiting Mrs. Ella Watlington for some more especially for those of our little city, for we don't have to leave tho cily to find days returned homo today. young lady or the Miss Lillie Ditto, of Brandenburg, spent tho good and amiable noble young man, and heartily coincide several days with Miss Emma English last with you in claiming your rights, and week. hope your gentle reproof will pay tbe dues Miss Blanch Jolly, of Bewleyville. visited regardless of your money. Miss Ada Hanks last week. An Oi.ii Rksihest. Mrs. June Brooks and Miss Nora Hall, UNION STAR. of Hardinsbug, are visiting Mrs J. Bennett this week. Messrs Uivis Wimp and Albert RichardMiss E ta Root, of Union Star, spent son, of Brandenburg, were guests of R. 0. Saturday with Miss Ada Hanks. Kichardton recently. Rev. Bronder, our Elder, spent Friday Mrs. Mollio Jolly has gono to Virginia of last week with us, bo was onroute for to join her husband, Henry Jolly, who haB the quarterly meeting at Union Star. constant employment and good wages. Mr. Boyd McKaughn buried his youngThe public school taught by Miss Pink est child since our last. Ricketts closed here on the 17th inst. Mr. Smith Black's mother is dangerousMr. J. D. Brunr. of Preston, died at ly ill ut this writing. bis home on the 16th inst., of consumption Mrs. Mary Hunter was very ill last week Mr. Bruner was a young man of considerbut is now convalescing. able ability and had many friends who will La Grippe is no respector of persons, miss him very mucb. but seizes alike the neck of all. Miss Etta Root who taught at Hazel Mr. JJin Jarrelt has ropainled his Dell this winter has gono to attend the Normal school at Mitchell, lad. dwelling. Mr. and Mrs, Philo Hawkins spent SunMr. Tom Williams, ol the 'Blue Wing, came up yesterday, he reports a fine trade day with Mrs. Uawkin's father, Mr. I S, CroJBon. for their new boat. Miss Kate Hawkins, of Stephensport, Mrs, Leigh Isaacs will give ah entertainwas a guest at Mr. C. S. Crosson's a few this week. ment days last week, Tbe Hanks hotel is doing a lively busiA ball was givon at the Academy buildness, 18th inst, in honor of Mcssrr. wife will tench the ing on the Prof, Weidman and Wimp and Richardson. Rome school this Spring, as nn evidence of Mr. T. J. Jolly and daughter, Miss their success here many of his pupils fnm Blanche, of Bewleyville, are visiting Mrs. there. this place will follow them Ricketts. pre3id'ng Rev. Browder, of Elder of this conference, and Riv. Myers, of Louisville, our regular pastor, are here holding quarterly meeting. When Baby waa sick, wa gaTO her Caatorla. When alia wos a Child, she cried for Caatorla. Mr. Chas. Babbage was in town Friday When sho bccamoMhw, alio clung to Caatorla. When alio had Children, she gave them Castorl; NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! IN Blickot Purifying Pumps guaranteed to purify the foulest watci. Can be put in by anybody and is never out of repair. Any child can use them. Will force water to am Buckeye ForCO Pumps for Deep "Wells. part of the house or surroundings. Either kind guaranteed to give satisfaction. Wiite for pi ices on these or any kind of Building Material. Can make shipments promptly to any point. GISTRRNS OR WBJLJUS S KY. tff IV PM(MWGrRAPM W.W.BROOKS, NOW IN R. J. BASSET & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, I will make Photographs any kind or style. Cabinet, Card, Daisy or Tintypes at reasonable prlcos. Also large work of any kind or style. Enlargements mude from old pictures and framed for $2.50 I also make Crayon Portraits. Having eighteen cars experience In Photography, I will try to make Photos or any other work to pleaso one and all, Qlro me a cnll. Now located over MARTIN'S DRUG STORK. Cloverpott, Ky. CLOVERPORT. OVERCOATS v ! VALUABLE REAL ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION. Fine AT If its an Overcoat yon need now, or at any time in the near future, you should call nt "Witt's. He's marked them His motto is never way down and they arc bound to go, to carry goods over from one .season to another. They must goat some price. So hero's your opportunity lo get an Overcoat very cheap. You must take the cash along He alo lias a tho' to get it or its equivalent, Produce. large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter Hotol Properly with Storehouse. Public Hall and a Large Warehouse for Handling, Tobacco. In a Thriving e Little Town. Wldo-ti'wak- m UNDERWEAR He has that he says must go along with the Overcoats. cut the price on theso goods and they must leave. But this advertisement don't tell the story near so well as the goods and prices, so it is best that you see them. Call early and avoid the rush. A .Siiluiitlltl Opportunity For A I.lvd man, !olu on IIiikj- TcruiN. - Ou tho 8th day of February, 1690, as ox. ecutor of tho estate of Mo. II. Meador, dce'd. I will soil to tho highest bidder, the remainder of the real estate of Mo. II. Jlcaior, deo'd. One Hotel and Storehouse ootnblnod, good barn and garden belonging to same. A One largo Hall over tho school homo. large Warehouse for handling tobaoco. And Dig Spring is a good point for buying tohaeiio. All the above property Is in good condition and I must have approved security for tho above property. XA miles Kast or Dig One tract of land Spring, on the Klizabcthtown and Dig Spring road, containing 110 acres, Ono tract of land .South of Dig Spring on tho Lettchfleld road, containing 109 acres. One tiact of land 3 miles West of Dig Spring and containing 200 acres. Ono tract Of land 4 miles West of Dig Spring adjoining Mrs Spires' and tbe old Mcl'an's farm, containing 120 acres. The above property will positively be sold on that day and any one wanting to purchase will find it to their interest and advantage to be present. rd cash nnd tho remainder In Terms, one and two yoars, with 6 per cent. Interest from date. E. W. JONES, S. O. MALIN, Executor. Auctioneer. ono-thl- J. A. WITT, Hardinsburg, PARRY MFG. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. " Price. $18.00 at Factory. Cash with Order. ICy. CO., fejTj v No. 11. A Tlio Incoinjiarnlilo Art ol the French. Admitting all tho moral degradation of tho lively Oaul, let us for ono brief moment I, ouUyillo Tobacco .llnrlcct. try to Veep our oxcellent vlrtuo frbm tho question: Why Is it that our educated pooplo read novols still of stylo to bad, of toxturo so Corrected weekly by Kdwnrds, Barnard '& light, of moaning so vacant that no Palais Co., proprietors of Central Tobacco Ware- -' Itoyal book stall would venturo to Imprint house, Louisville, Ky. themf Or, rather, why are they of Franco QUOTATIONS. such artists, and yot such wlckod onosf Why DARK TOBACCO. do they still caro for excollonco In art, If In $ 1 00 to $ 1 25, DarkTrnih nothing else! Incomparablo In "the calm 1 75. 1 25 " , Common I,ug togotber a pursuits of peaco," thoy throw t 75 " 2 24. Medium " fow thousand oils, a fow hundrod aquarelles, 3 00. 2 25 " Uood Hleh Lug 3 00" 4 00 a fow million bits of fused sand or baked Common Leaf 0 00. " 4 00" cloy, and all their mighty nolghbors flock to Medium f. 00 0 SO. Good ll'.ch Leaf. Paris and step gingerly, admiring, through 0 50" 9 00. Rodrled Fillers, tho show shelves of this boaton peoplo Such , None. Wrappers artist aro thoy I so dollcatoly, so consummately do they work, each In his qulot little MRW tICBLKV TOBACCO. $ 2 00 to $ 3 00. park Trash shop, or field, or study! Scribner, llrlght and tolory Trash... 6 01'" 7 OO, 5 00, 3 00 " Common Dark Lugs nest riaco Yet. 0 00. fl 00 " Bright and Oolory Lagi 0 00 " 10 00. It is ostimatod that Americans have sunk Common iled Lear..,, 8 00 " 12 00. 180,000,000 in Mexico In tho last two years In Medium Head Leaf. ;.. 12 00 " IS 00. Oood to Floe Leaf, mining and farming speculations, but you 15 09 '.'rR 00. Flno llrlght Leaf... Lave only to form a company, put out a cirWrappers t..,...r Nominal. cular about a rich old hole in tho grouud dug by tha Aztecs, and thero will ba plenty to subscribe. Detroit Free Pre And those troubled with nervousness resulting from care or overwork will be relieved by taking Genuine has trade marL and cimsc.l red llnet on wrapper. on business. Mr. Li A. Cart took some bogs to Louisville last week nnd we hear, got a good price for them. Mr. Jas H. Yates, formerly of Indiana, has become n permanent citizen of this place. Strictly tho druler cannot advertised bottom. If to factory, enclosing uoplr rpii, ioml direct price. jtffS,sw CAUTION K'uSSS Warranted, All hccoiid drouth Illclory. Stool Axles and Tiros. JwIlont Scat Arras. Oil , PcrfvcUy Balances. Tempered Spring. ImR. Easy Hiding, I Tiii1""" i Seit Wheels and Best All Over. iF YOU CANT FIND THEM FOU BALK BY YOUR MERCHAMTBf WRITE UB. I'lrst-Clasi n A ' , Wanted. Hickory Spokes. feet Hickory lumber. 500,000 feet Oak lumber. 100,000 Cords of Hickory Butts. For dimensions and prices, address. 2.G0O.O0O GOO.000 For Sale. , OwEX8imono Wheel Co. 650 ncrcs of land, in ono mile of Webster Station, L., St. L. &, T. railroad. In CQnd community, in cood state of cultivation, churches, schools and shops cpavenient. Address, T. B. Henderson, Webster, Ky, , 1 t GREGORY & CO., r jpi'iNcorrs' magazine u,,wmiTi varied and txttlUnt tonUnti, a liirary X- -. Headquarters for W. L. DOUGLAS Reapers and Mowers, GENTLEMEN. ttiAni SHOE $3 fair. Heavy icea urwu irino HAND-HKWKl) WKI.T SHOE .0 ANI VAKMKKM'.rVIt UE. :i.so Vr4' I lala li Dr.lUK VI titv !i r HHor. Z. Xk T i i"rvVriij'M'Va klHlkV.fi. Wuinrnrnn new hi inn worm. I.jinimno n.O OKNUINK IIANH-stWK- !' nu nnuc i,, vwu. Grain Drills Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Piaster Hair, i&m aka Neuralgia X'ersona Notice. MkK. Jirown'a Iron Hitters. All porssns Indebted to Nn. C. Hnffcy, are hereby notlfUd to cowe forward and settle at once, either hy cash or note. Cash preferred $2 SHOES la1. $3 &S1.7S BHOR FOR MISSES. Bowmer & Hambleton. mzm,m(tvrrmm TKJttoor, tWk AUaatteln ftoogreM, ItaMeawHl bow StfftM. &. Fine & It vat indud a happy thought ta print an tntlrt novel in tach number. Not a thort novtMte, tut a long ttory tuch as you aro nud to gtt in took form and fay fromont dollar ta oh dollar anda'ka,or Not only thai, lu( with tach numUr you, get an ainndantt ootlir contrHutiom kUh gha yon a gvaa magemiu nstmi mt WW, Now mUth hm Asm ttumA m, glg thtgitttway epopuinr Jmmr, nmm'mmimi tknurhout jA Hti1 itidi mJ JaaaJiShlk. coil's MomuAh in itstljT, ' 1Q .T Poplar Shiny 1m 1; tilted. mmMv teorU. limit to amd Brick, Plow Handles, Pice FJooring Orders achand. companied by cash prompt' read.aJ.tM4.HUmim I ftr JM JmriMi m urruKQTTM MAQ4Mmmmt tuhieriftUn, 8, 0, IIavfrv, Th4Miihtr of this pfor hM rte$hyr 'rmm!wmZMf:. ijjsssssr- - ! , . 4" wfBKHnBHBnHH WiilIIMMaMBHHK i 11 iiiBH iMiiw 11 'v, i . im '. .'A i ..i'A n ' ..it A,V.A-tfjm.ufn . l ..':J' f -- t ' .. .?;:, t ' - , J t .. it .., ,. ....:...:.,..,....--' . MiiiMniniiiii iwraiMBnrtMinrarwffnimnmnirMi . . . ..,.-- - mrrii .. aa .. riiifi -- s ;t . i m n - iiliirfl . '.ej'Kf'J'isM'MsiaammamtsiKmmmM iiill llll lliillli u -- 'Kt TwTllT'f"'irTOTrYTiiiiriiiiiii.iiiiin'iiii wirTirTTiifflfflslffrTTTr'"-'rfT"''l''''l"M',- M r - ; Places In 1.1. THEY LIVE LONG. ODD3 AND ' " ' - COULDN'T HARMONIZE, A BY Thin 11 tlmoly'W iif AyrVs IlSlrVIgtfr. lirrimrnttoti V tf Breckenridge News FALLS OF ROUGH. Rv rnn 9 The Melt. nnu iiuniuivntiiiLtii-tiim-)ti-iiieninrrjr "otlint, Ilapti and Presbyterian churches fullni'M, niuHbeaiity or tn liAlrt ofthisplaco decided to observe the wick rotiidly becoming lnll mid I wn r: lnit after mlnir tuft OT Uireo of prayer in a series of union rnceuns. bottlna of Ayer's Jlulr lirnr my hnlr The third meeting of the series was held at grow thick anil iIvm' nml the orleliinl ' Melwn Alurich, color was restoroil the Methodist church Monday night, A Canaan Centre, If. It. yery large congregation was present, nnd "Soinotlsnonco I lot nil inv lialrln after short nddrosj.es by the postors, n consequence uf measles. Aftiir, ilno waiting, no now urimth niiponrcil. I proyermeeting was held. then usotl A it's Jlalr Vigor ami iny During the progress of this service the liair grow Rev. Mr. Huges, pastor of tho Presbyterian Tliick and Strong:. church, was called on to pray. Iri tho It liai apparently como to ntny. Tim course of his invocation he introdnced the Vigor h nvlileiitly ft ereat nlil t" nature." articles of the faith of his church. He J. IJ. Williams, Florosvlllo, Texas. "I liivo nscil Ayrr'.i Hair Vigor Itfor was Interrupted by tho Baptist minister, a the wst foiirorfliu year ami find and, on their knees, the two preachers most itatliifactory tlri'Hsinj; for tlio hair. In all 1 conhl iluslro, belnc hnrinleii, fought over tho doctrines of their respectIt cnmlnjr tlm hair to letnln its natural ive churches, while tho congregation in color, ami requiring lnit n small quantity confusion rose to its uet ami crowded to rentier tho hair easy to linanRe." Mrs. M. A. llalloy, ! Charles utreot, about the two disputants, who bombarded Haverhill, Mans. each other with biblo quotations, denomi" I have lieen iislne Ayer's ITair Vlcor for suvornl years, ami believe that it has national arguments and sharp retorts. caiieil mv hair to retain its natiiial The audienco was becoming noisy; color." Airs. II. J. KI112, Dealer in l)rj UimkI,, &c , HlshopUlle, Mil. there were indications of more serious trouble which might have ended in blbws if nothing worse, when the Methodist pastor took tbe pulpit. He denounced tbe pnerAiiBD bt proceedings ns a disgrace to tho place, Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., Lowell, Mass. the occasion and the religion all present gold by Druggists aud IVitumirt, professed, and ordering the congregation out, he declared he would not permit such shameful scenes in his church. No service was held last night in any of the 1 ir0;wr-IKeep- H linn no rnual nit a U.SMenipfleanrrot.K . I tflctlioilUt, Rapilut Mid JPreIflcrt- nn Attempt n IVcrU or Hulled lrnror, but t'nll. lUXJIJAHltKTT ClOin. Thorough Search bv 111" Hancock Cnmity Officer Full to llrhitr Up (Irortro HeiideriiotiST WHERE ENDS. wmm.n.JiaMJ,MmmrMmMHmm. m.m.MMmmmmmml ,,,, Aliirileriir. . i Nothing has yet been heard from Holm .Turrett, who murdered George Henderson near Lewisport last week. Tho officers have hunted the country over for him nnd Jnr-re- tt are satisfied that he has'gotten away. ranged along the lower frequently part o Green river nnd nbou Evnnsville, and tho officers from Hawesville have been through that section looking for him withfreout avail, He works nt last hope of finding him quently, nnd the in tho State is to run up on him in the log Gelds of Black river or Pond river. Tho Hendersons hnve increased tho reward for saw-loggi- Ayer's Hair vigor, his arrest to $500. A gentleman who knowB Jnrrett confirms all that has been said ob iut his loii,h character. His father is a clever roumnta a very good citizen, Helm getting nil his characteristics from tho maternal side of the houee. There is now nn indictment against him for shooting three times at a farmer named Lumpkin last spring. He rau nway on that account, but returned nffcr court was over, remaining! until bo added murder to his other criraer.-- f ' Messenger. ro Nlm Hatl Itccu liuliicrtcMl. Jo. Bates, Deputy U S. Collector, tells Christmas was celebrated with its usuul of a wonderful revivnl that has been going shooting of crackers, rockets, ttc. on recently in the "Narrows" of Licking Services were held in the Methodist river, between the mouth of Beaver and ciurch at 11 o'ebekby the prcieut incumthe mouth of the upt er North Fotk. The bent, Mr. Choodler. The churcb was service was conducted by the Rev ' Panbeautifully decorated with (lowers and cake' Sorrell, and religious excitemont evergreens, the large Christmas tree add- rose to the Bhouting point nnd swept the ing much to its beauty After tho sermon valley of tho Licking for miles, under the the Sunday school children were made preaching of thnt eminent (') divine, happy by the distribution of presents. Jo. tells an incident connected with the Mrs Green in her endeavor to give re- conversion of n young lady, who nttended newed interest to the Sunday school filled the meetings, which illustrates the ignothe tree with oranges from their Florida rance of peoplo among whom religious grove and the rest home productions filled frenzies and hallucinations are prevalent w:th toys, candies, etc , etc Aftershc had signified her willingness to Last Tuesday the wedding bells rang out "jine" by giving the preacher her hand, merrily for the marriage of Miss l'ollie be asked her if she believed that Jesus Cumming to Mr. George Crawford, the Christ was tho Son of God, etc, nnd she They, answered with n cunning twinkle of the high sheriff of Grayson county. with their attendants, Miss Crawford, Mr. eye accompanied by an expression of self Will Cummings, Miss .lennie Davidson reliant knowledge, "jou bet." He then and Mr. Crawford, made a beautiful tab- asked her if she bad ever been immersed, leau, and had the ceremony been a little and after some hesitation she said, "yes , longer I might be able to give a descrip- John Nickel! immersed me once, and tion of the bride's dress, bat, etc As our Marion Johnson u time or two." She eviorganist played the wedding march we dently did not understand the meaning of heard many expressions of admiration as tho word "immersed'' and when Brother tho handsome couple marched up to take Pun cake explained, she was very much tho vows which wo hope will make them confused and said she thought it meant the happiest of people, and we will be "buggin' " She wns mixed on the words s. glad to see others soon follow in their li.tiuemeil and etiiftraml.iU. Sterling foot-BtopSentinel-Democra- Old time las bidden ui n graceful ndiea nod we are now busy giving a cordial welcome to the New Year, n genial, progressive youth. He already brings usclad tuP ings of the new railroadwith'the promts? of its being here in the nearfutura. 'With h stretch of the imagination we can bear tbc rumble of the heavily laden cars taking away thousands of feet of lumber sawed at McCracken'g saw mill, Sometimes we can hear the whistle 0' a locomotive which has ti wonderful effect on our impatient spirits, for, Ha Silas like, we are not altogether contented in this beautiful little valley. In Coiisii nii ion Incurable! Rend the following : Mr. C. H. Morris Newark, Ark., says: "Was down with of Lungs, and friends and physicians pronounced me nn Incurable Conchurches sumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Tho congregations of the two disputant Discovery for Consumption, nra now on preachers aland by their respective pas- my third bottle, nnd able to oversee the tors, while the sinners on the outside are work on my farm. It Is the finest mediwondering if the church members of cine ever made." don't need to be converted. Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. Kings New DisThe mosquito as a public singer draws covery for Consumption I would have died well, but never gives satisfaction. Salvaof Lung Troubles. Was given up by doction Oil, however, always gives satisfaction tors. Am now In best of health." Try it. by curing at once insect bitej or any other Sample bottles free nt O. W. Short's, sores or wounds. Price 123 cents. Ky., nnd J. A. Witt's, Hnrdins-burEvery home should be supplied with Dr. Ky. Bull's Cough Syrup. the great family ss Flem-ingsburg rl, g, remedy. ADVENTURES IN FLORIDA. 11 The 'Wasted SarenKiu of a Northern Mo in the Sunny .South. "I took a trip to Florida for my health," said v lawyer in nn uptown enfo lost night, na ho eat Hipping blnck colTco with a friend. "At ono of tho hotels ono day I met a disgusted northerner, who had invested in somo town lots through a glib agent, and hnd como down to find them. ' "What ha vo you got that's fit to eat? ho eaiil to tho negro waiter. "Bacon, eah,' said tho waiter, 'an' hominy, an' su cut iKitatoes, an' coot pio.' " 'Coot pie; what's that?' said tho stranger. " 'Coot pie, mh; don't know what coot " 'Of conrso t. Business has been quite brisk and our little village bears quite p wide nwaka appearance. Mr. Green is now negotiatiug with some parties in Indiana in regard to the building of saw mills. Mr. Smith is busy getting bis boat ready to take oufat'Jlho'firetbib' rise in tbe' creek, and from nil, appcaranc.es, he will not be discouraged with as long, weary waiting as last year. Farmers are distressed over the great loss of meat throughout tbe country. Let us all begin this new year raising more beef nnd poultry, and beg the law makers to protect the fish and game. Sanitary measures should lead us to eat lets bog meat It has already been predicted that the green Cbtistmas would make a fat grave yard and we must take all the precuution possible against it. So far we have been blessed with good health and during tho services held here twice a day since the 25th, our minister has never been disturbed by coughing and sneezing. Let os hope the dreaded Influenza will pass us by. If this escapes tbe waste basket we'll turn over a new leaf with tbe new year and send you an item or' two from our little villnge every week or so. Evkroiieex. i:icclric Hitler. is becoming so v,ell known as to need no special menhave used Electric Bitters song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is uu&r&n-tce- d to do all that is claimed. Electric MJitjers will cure all diseases of the Liver nnu Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure mil Malarial fevers. For cure of Ueadfccl. This lemedy and co popular tion. All who sing the same Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. Entire satisfaction cnarcotee'j, or money refunded. Price 50 cts. ar.d ?1 00 per bottle at (i. W. Short's, Clover-poi- t, y , and J. A Witts, Hardinsburg, K y. The 31) tilery or .tlymturieii. The farmer who is compelled to sell his surplus product in markets open to the world for traffic without import tax, and compelled to buy all the necessaries of life which he can not produce in a market which adds to the cost a high tariff tax on these necessaries, can not bopo to prosper financially, and why any man, with this fact so plain before him, can vote to maintain tbe Republican policy of protection, is the mystery of mysteries Frankfort Why, it's pio made o' coots.' I know that, you dolt,' baid tho northerner, 'hut what nro coots? " 'Coots, sah, very line game, eah; sumpen like a duck.' ' 'Had it winghV " 'Yes, t,ah.' " 'Could it fly?" " 'Yes, sah.' " 'Then don't give me any coot in mine. Anything that had wings and could lly and didn't get out of this blasted country I despiso too much oven to eat.' "This gentleman, you will easily perceive," continued tho lawyer, "had rather soured, tho natural lesult of investing money in tho sand lots of a paper tow n. Tho state really has many natural advantages, which are being developed blowly, jierhaps, but surely. This man, however, having been deceived, could seo nothing good in the country or its people. I came tip to Jacksonville on the train with him ftom tho southern part of tho stato, wlioio wo met, and not a littlo fun from his sardonic humor. So did the others on tho car. "At ono little station in tho woods tho train stopped a long time, and wo began to look around for diversion. Closo by tho side of tho track, opposite tho station house, was a patch of corn two or three acres an exceedingly thin and sickly looking crop, tho soil being littlo better than sand. A tall, gaunt boy of dressed from head to about 10 foot la red jwino, was lazily hoeing and wedis lietirtcM tho rows. Look at that wretched crop,' said the northerner. 'Dirty seed, no menuro, poor soil, baking sun, hoo culture; not even a plow to stir tho land deeply, let alone a "cultivator" to weed it quickly and often. Tho weeds will havo choked tho south half of tho crop beforo that lazy fellow gets tho north end clear of them. " 'Boy, ho called, 'youtyj fellow It teems to mo your corn it rather small, pio is, sah! bo-co- do-riv- ed ytr, isn't iff Capital. I'lvc Strong I'olnla or N. N. S. C. C, C. Certain Cough Cure" is First. It is entirely vegetable, containtbe best remedy you have ever used ing no minerals or poisons of any kind, Coughs and Colds your money will be and builds up tbe system from the first funded. If dose. l a' no Second. It cures Cancer of the 8kin. No other remedy or treatment has ever cured it. It cures. Hereditary Blood Taint, even in tbe third and fourth generation. No other remedy has everdoao it. Fourth. It Las never failed to eradicate Scrofula from the system. Fifth. It cures Contagious Blood Poison in all its stages by eliminating the horrible virus from the system, thus giving relief from tbe consequences of this bane of the human family. S. S. S. bnilds up the general health of the patient, instead of pulling it down, as is the case witb the Mercury, Potash and old Sarsaparilla mixtures. It is harmless to the most delicate woman or child, yet such is its healing power that it sear:hes out tho poison in the blood and roots it out entirely, thus giving Tiatnre an opportunity to assert Itself, and as a consequence the general health is rapidly improved, and the cure is effected. We have nn interesting treatise on Blood nnd Skin Diseases whfch we III mail freo to those who will send us their address. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, On. I'lilclntlcKt Cut or All, Weed?' "Tho boy looked at liim for a moment, spat reflectively, and replied: 'Yes, mister; pop planted tho small kind.' " 'Oh, is that bo';' said tho questioner, 'but it's rather yellow, isn't it?' " 'It is, mister,' replied tho boy. 'Pop planted tho yuller kind.' " 'Well, I'll bet you ten to one,' eaid tho northerner rather timidly, as somo of us tittered at tho boy's answers, 'that you won't get more than half a ciop.' " 'You'ro right, mister,' drawled tho not for lxy, 'just half a ciop. Pop planted it on shares.' re"Tho train pulled out just then and tho car fairly locked with our laughter foro mllo or more." Now York Tribune. IMiltlnc Out for the Future. Connecticut Noted fur Thclr Nulnorotn Old X'coulu. Peoplqwlib want to Ityoto a green old ago should rcmovoUo Plalnville, in Con itectlcut,afly In life. In thnt high nnd hilly old place, vhcra,tlio nlr Is pure and dry, it is hinted that old peoplo do not dio in tho usual way; thoy merely ohrivel and dry up liko a hop, nnd a high wind fiually whirls them nway out to sea. Springy old ago meets a man at overy turn In' Plainvlilo Village Old ago fills tho ofllccH thcro, keep3 tho stores, tills tho farms; ruddy faced old ladles kedp house for jaunty old fellows. Ono 3 not much thought of, in Plainvlilo, not icckoncd to havo attained a dh?crcct and sober understanding until hohas reached tho age of thrco scoro years and ten at least. At 70 years tho folks begin to cali at U0 ho is n a man 'Squiro sage, and hii wisdom has weight. Tho pushing world has nover Biirmiscd just what a spot for old peoplo Plainvlilo is until old Mr. Sanford died thpre a few weeks ago at a great nnd merry old age. "Ilo was 00 odd years," his neighbors said; then somo ono tried to count tho old folks in tho place. Ho quickly discovered that it was a task to do so, and that thero ,nro about as many old peoplo as young folk! in I'lainyille. , First ho 'counted old Mf. SanforbVs widow fsho ia ijprctty old fbclrig 89 years, lacking only a row months or ucing vvy, men no carefully enumerated all tho old folks right In Mr. Sanford's own neighborhood In tho western part of tho town, nnd, not extending hia canvass beyond a quarter of a inilo from tho Sanford chimney tops, ho reported theso omaitnnd chipper old folks t Philo Goodale, aged 82 years; Mrs. Qoodale.TG; Jeremiah Neale, 84; Mrs. Neale, 82; Solomon Curties, 88; Mrs. Custiss, over 00; Deacon E. II. Lewis, 83; Mr. Carpenter, 82; Capt. William Wheeler, 81; Elijah Eaton, 78; Amos Webster, over 80; Mrs. Webster, over 80. The district in which all tho old ladies and gontlemcn noted dwell is not a village, or oven n hamlet, but an old fashioned typical Connecticut country neighborhood, with hero ami thero a quiet, comfortable old farm house. In the eastern part of PJainvillo lives tho oldest inhabitants of tho town, Mrs. Tillotson, who ia 00 years and C months old. Then thero is William Harris, 82 years of age, in tho samo neighborhood. Within two years in this end of the town two couples havo died, both of whom had celebrated their golden weddings, namely, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Clark, both over 80 years, Mid Mr. and Mrs. Lovi furtis, aged respectively 89 and 83 yet. . Then tho curious investigator of Plainvlilo longevity went to tho town clerk's ofllco and examined tho vital statistics years. of tho town in tho past tweuty-fiv- o Ilo found that a very largo proportion of tho deaths noted in tho lecords were of persons who wero moro than 75 years old. Consumption is almost unknown in tho town, and peoplo having weak lungs who como to tho town to livo usually rally right of, and in a year or two havo leaped upon tho track in tho generni raco for longevity. PJainvillo ia a discouragingly healthful placo for a young doctor who has his spurs to win. Tho natural causo for its salubiity is apparent. Though it Is in tho Farmington valley, it is tho highest valley land between Massachusetts and Long Island eound, its aUitudo abovo tido water being not less than 100 feet. Tho air is puie, and thcro is no miasma in tho crystal streams, limpid well water, and hard, strong soil. Mlddlctown city, emboweied among tho highest Connecticut foothills, is another wonderfully healthful place; somo think that it is the most healthful city in tho world. Two or three scoro of its citizens aro moro than 70 years old, and a scoro of Middletown's real old peoplo aro over 80. For a littlo town, Enfield takes tho palm for healthf uluess in a competition with all tho rest of tho world. Since 1805 twenty-fiv- e persons havo died in that placo who wero over 100 years old, and in tho samo period no less than 182 who wero between 80 and 00 years of age. Thcro uro still living in Enfield soven persons over 00 years old, and on ono street in tho village reside fifty persons who aro between 70 and 00 years 0 age. "Better call Enfield Longovlty-villo,- " chuckled an Enfield sago ono day. Tho oldest lady in tho sky scraping, hard old hill town of Andovcr, Tolland county, died a fortnight ago at tho ago of 07 years. Sho was tho widow Abigail Bingham. Mrs. Parmela Spalding, of Ablngtoir; in old Windham county, is pretty old. Tliis is her history: Born in 1700, united with tho Abiiigton-vlllagchurch in 1817, wedded in 1825; 1ms been a good woman all her lifo, nnd a model housewifo for about sixty-llv- o years. Sho is as smart as ever, and her eyesight and hearing aro wonderfully acute. Sho ig liko nearly all very old ladies, thcro being an unusual umoutit of suunincssin her kindly face. Willimantio (Conn.) Cor. New York Sun. -o 'Mrs. Margaret Lathers, of Shoptere, WK, died Dec. 7, ngod 01 years. An Albany (Vt) man has shipped to western markets this year 8,000 tons of mnple sugar, valued nt $07,000. "You look so much Uko your brother," said Dennis to Phcllm, "that I could tell ycz wns brothors If I'd nlver seen nlther av yez." Baron Douuczal, a French ofllcor, proposes that Franco nnd Germany should fight on a now prluclplo, each country to havo 100,000 men oa its side only. Tlio Southern Paclflo Railroad company has intulo preparations for fencing both sides of ltn tracks In Oicgon. It will rcqulro 700 miles nnd will cost 8103,000. "No, darling," said motfior to her sick child, ''tho doctor nays I nrustu't rend to jou." "Then, mamma," begged tho littlo girl, "won't you ploaso read to yoursolf out loudl" A well known dootross, member of Sorosln, positively forbids tho promiscuous kissing of children and tho blowing on food to cool it, both common and bad practices, for tho' reason thnt tbo breath is often tainted and diseases nro theioby transferred. Now York World. It Is)clHg noted by tho London pi ess that tho sou of tho Archbishop of Canterbury has becomo stngo tnnnagcr of a theatre, and thnt tho daughter of the BWiop of Gloucester will appear in tho Christmas patitomlmo at, Her MojestyV. A remarkable spot in Vermont is tho farming of Walt ham, which contains 0,700 act cs of land it ml has SIS inhabitants. It has no pajtofllco, church, town house, ixor liouse, store, lawyer, doctor, blacksmlthM shop, nor even a brldgo, and yet it is ono of tho thriving town of Addison county. Its taxes aro merely nominal. Thomas Hart Benton hoi a fighter by temperament nnd oxperience. Onco, In tlio senate, a senator had referred to what ho called ''a quarrel" or Benton'. "Mr. Piesl-den- t, sir," bald the great Missourinn, sternly, "tho benator is mistaken, sir. I nover1 quarrel, sir; but I sometimes light, sir, and whenever I light, sir, a funeral folio n 8, sir J'1 Illll Nye, on a recent visit to Philadelphia, called upon a well known muslo locr, nnd whllo there was asked to wrlto in an autograph nlbum. Ho did so, mid among other things wrote the following: "Wagner's music, I havo been informed, ! really much bettor WhajTis "'Hft'l r I I sh t ;AST0RIA Castorla U Dr. Snra'l PifoTior'a old, lmnalosa m Infants' oad hlldrjnComplalata. Iarogorlo or Worootlo Syrnps. CM-lAra- lion of Mothers hlOBB Castorla. I I J Sporlox to Cattorgll, cry for Cnstoria. Mil- ana quick eare for I . n?!?tC6n8HPal!on.j n?iL. wS . ?a kru?uPn P ?J. ?'!" digestion Without narootio stupotactlon. Tiis SJnHh w'r1 "X'rocomniend Jurtorl loi children's cbmplalnm.ns superior tonny prescription LD known to nic." A. IU Po. Oxford Bt,jJJrpokJyn,if.Y. nvurr, 77 Murray fefc, Now.Ycrk. 0TJMBA0KEE, GILM0K6 & CO.. tvn Wholesale Grocers, 31 . cSc . 3S1 $&: nviaito.' St., , . "'.LOUISV-llLfcE,-, KY. V . ,.. it FULTON AVE, BREWERY, Hvsira.e'STiHe, jCrtd.. . SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLiNa ORDERS. Brewers and, JBotfleift o P MMW 1 1 than it boundft." Tho wisdom of planting willows has been justified during tho recent Hoods, says a Now York paper. Tho government engineer In charge of tho Fotoinaa river improvomonts states that whero willows were planted tho land was protected from washing, and practically no damage was dono, whllo In tho Improved lands not so protected thero was great loss. In his message to tho South Carolina legislature, Governor lllchard&on rocommonds tho separation of the two raco3 in railroad coaches. Tho collection and preservation by tho state of all tho flags of tho Conf cderato army nnd navy is also rocommendod. Tho governor says thesd ensigns represent tho honor and valor of tho people", and thostato should tnko caro that they aro reverently preserved as honored momorlals of tho gallant and self uaorlflcins devotion of her sons. Tho Berlin court will bo exceptionally gay this year, now that tho mourning for tho two emperors Is ut nn end, Beside tho formal state bulls nnd receptions thcro will bo funcy dress balls, tableaux vlvants and piivnto Umporor William has thado numerous alterations In couit dress and ceremonial, which hae been solemnly communicated to tlio foreign ministers. As to tho German ofllciuls, two columns of Tho Official Gazetto aio dovotcd to their gala uniforms, specif j lug every button nnd wrap of embroidery. Of nil royal per&ohnges thoPilucoof Wales is tho most uotod for tho enormous quoutity of luggage which ho causes to bo sent with him on his journeys. Ho takes whole boxes of hats and hugo truuks of dross suits, morning coats and other changes. Ho makes a point when visiting any whero of not being seen tnlco in tho samo coat, nnd tho variety of ids garments is nsastouishlngnsthotnllor's bill for them must bo long. PTTPFITFflO FVEfliyPTIlTPTl B U Mt m VstW U SH Hn - Messrs. GregoryWGdAgetits, CJoverport, Ky The Finest and Largest Hotel in the City. Rates, $2.50 to $4.00 Por Day, According to Rooms. tSTTurkish and Russian Baths in Hotel. r LOUISVILliB, " KIY. i 1 t - v-- yrm 'CO' J i sj Pr odiiee & General Co wmm . , 3 4 No. 144 "TL. Third St., X! i. iiHiiESCxaiisr'xs. Ciooil Louisville, 1y MJW KKAIA'1 bo ono called VIctoi la Kegia, whoso homo is on the banks of tho Amazon river, In BrazIL Its leaves nnd stalk grow to a length of tv. cnty feet, and it Is supei My beautiful. rittsburg Timw. t Allcclicnj'e Aquuttc Gttrdfiii. The Allegheny parks, through the gift Oi Henry rhlpjw, will havo tho finest nquatio gardens in tho United Stntcs. All that yet icmalns is tho building of tho tanks in tho largo bo building. na' tank, forty-eig- Theiovtll!long ono thirty cennnd feet feet tral wide, which will be surrounded by eighty-twothers, mado of slato, each six feet square. Thoy will all bo used for nquatio plants exclusively, among them being varieties of tho Iu this fumily tho nymphca auelambiuin. fnmmiR lntiiH ilon cr is uerhuns tha best known. It being tho sacred flower of Egypt, v. hlch figures so much In tlio decorations ot igyp-tia- u architecture. Tho most miportaut flower, howoyef, vtljl o JllilSSONlKUJl (MEAT PAINTINU. THE NEW SENIOR AT 'ANDOVER. e "FMKDLAXD; 180T," . By Herbert D. Ward. A serial o school-lifourKugby. The IteprfHflitluc WnixJenii at Hie zenith or IiIh flnrr infamous Andovcr nt the llatlluof Kiinllanil. I mm tlinorlnicml iilc:. bojs, the professors, the lodgings, the fun. tilYiimv In flirt Metropolitan Jlimeimi of Art. New "THE SONS OF THE VIKINGS.' .York, for which Slv,000 were paid (tt the famous By HjalmarHJorth Boyesen. A ihjht. Btmwirt oale. down jolly story of modcrri Norse boys. ' It tlio taiillng fimliinn piilillcnlloii on Dili nn BONY AND BAN, one of the best of tho continent, nnd Is ln iloulit Hie i)ienH-i.t."-7'i lcir tiaiatiiUt." FIVE GREAT SERIALS THAT BOY GID. By William O. Stoddard. Young and old will follow Gideon's adventures and hja sijter3 pa tbpir facer's acres with laughteraand breathless interest. cLiUrtn'l Irl,lll tl,llepubi'icid. XDWCWl Herry pnusneld m tie (juand cuniaxMAauouiiLi: humdku THENEWYORK FASKION BAZAR. HvSciisoiiu-riu.- PltlHj: N 60 C'KNTS. $3 Co rni Ykar, a MAa.NincuNTCimojio 8uppikmi:ni' ok Tilt CIIUIHTJUH Kt'ljnKIC OOTAISK ' Mary Hartwell Catherwood serials. SEALED ORDERS. By Charjes Remington Talb6t, An amusing" advcritUro story of ''wet sheets and a flowing sea." ! , LUCY PERVEAR. Tho Utilization of tlnrbazo. Tbo bulletin of tho Hhodo Island state board of health reports that Milwaukee will abandon tlio cremation of garbage, which it was among tho first of thq western cities to adopt and advocate. It Is proposed to substitute n dry process hi tho placo of combustion. A company is nt work with a now method which converts cities' refuso into articles more or less salable. The 'garbage is mado to pass through a series of mechanical driers, and in tho course of ten hours becomes a brown powder. Tho oil is prcsyxl out or drawn off, and tho residuo can bo sold ns a fertilizer, TT10 THE WILL AND THE WAY In the face PUK-WUDJIE- Black. Six practical and amusing artlclei First of a series of Tltr. CHIUSTJIAS NUMIIKU 13 fitJVr.WlLY i.LUcjTiiiT:a 'graphic North Carolina charactcr'sketchcs AiimimruL cor.Qitrcinvi.vmi by Margaret. Sidney. PI..VTK. TALES OF OLD ACADIE. Twelve Am,,H.ti.vsTcpvKiM,i.ATi:oi'C'nn.i)ti:x,s powerful true stories by Graco Dean wi.Niiinson. McLcod, a Canadian author'. Tim d ill' nml t'ligiMvliips In III n CONFESSIONS OF AN AMATEUR By Alexander PHOTOGRAPHER. Most of llso Tnrlilon Plntos in ihc :aaii nro hulled glmilUjilirunxl) ill KV' '0RK AKII I'AIll It It the most complete jierluillciil for In tlio lvorld, nixl tlm nnt imiuliiriFHsli Ion Miifrazlnu for motlit-rand hint's nrrnnllHi-- STO- RIES. By Tessio Benton Fremont. About men and women v. ho did great things of seeming impossibilities'. S, ByL. T. BridgTHE et am The funny Indian Fairy Folk. BUSINESS OPENINGS FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. A dozen really helpful papers by SalHe Joy White. more DAISY-PATT-Y TERS By Mrs. .1. . iniuiiOor.eiiilirnct! Uvicmno. ani UaM.CosTrJiics, WiNlm Orvit'iAn- IIKNTS, cont.ilmd (iOWJ-H-, VlmTIJ.0 AMI ANO ItUCKI-rlit.- N V- - TMl AND IIaVh. til'llVrJii llllVH (llltr.s, CIM.R, Co ATX, OMJAKfl, Yu.irg, JAfKirrH, Mi-ra)ii Cot- TCMKJl roll ill. OooikidMt, DIIOIUGIIV l'ATTKItMl, KTC.' v i Twelvo Power of Realism. Kind Hearted Iluni 1'cdro, Visitor to Editor Could you use an original poem on "The Narcotic et-ttr- Editor I could, of course, but as long ns matches uro-scheap I don't see the uto. Lippiucolt's Magazine for February. i Go to G. W. 8hort for "C. C. C. Certnln Cough Cure." Cures Coughs, Colds and nil Throat and Lung diseases. Ilo Hint Travelled. Enthusiastic Proprietor What do you think of (he new hotel' Prospective Guest (diffidently) Rather fine. E. P. Fine? Grand, I think! Did you notice the freico-worin tho dining-roo- m and tbe new furniture in the hall ? P. 0 Yes, I noticed them. (persistently) Wei1, what do you k EP. think? P. G. (gloomily) Oh, I suppose I'll have to pay for them before I leave. Lipplncolt'i Magazine or February. f For all kinds of job priuting in the J - lat- Tio other afternoon Willio cauio running homo from school in'u great hurry. Thiowing his books in tho closet ho asked his mother if thcro was anything for him to do. Mamma, very much surprised, replied that thero was, and our young friend was kept running hero and thcro until nearly nn hour had elapsed. Then, seeing by tho expression on his mother's faco that thcro was nothing olso to bo done, Ito said: "I's been n dood boy hasn't I?" "Yes," was tho roply. "Do you intend to help mo this way every ovonuig?" "Well, not 'zactly. You seo I tared my pants on tho way'Iiomo from school today and I had to do something so's you wouldn't wnllop me." Philadelphia Times. j I'ut Younoir In'lflf.Jt'luce. Tho Terror (after a Vcanco "with papa In tho woodshed) When yoiov'cro a Iit tlp boy VM.TO you bad Uko mo, 'gyapa? Papa No, "Nor you dldn'tget walloped like I do?" ",No; 1 did not." "That's tho ronton." "WJinCs tho reason? What do'ypu A Berlin paper relates this story by way of illustrating tho kind heartedness of Doni Pedro. Somo years ago n woman in Berlin was deseitcd by her husband. A few mouths later sho lcccivcd a letter nnd somo money from him, but theso missives soon ceased and tho woman was left in tho greatest povcity. When Dotn Pedro was in Berlin, sho begged for an audienco nnd told hhu hor story. Ho promised to do all ho could on his return to Brazil. Somo tlmo elapsed, and tho woman thought tho emperor had lorgottcu her, when ono day a lettor airived from her husband inclosing mon.vy for her to como to Brazil. lie related that a high official had 0110 day called on .him and told him that the emperor wished to bcu him tho next day; and at their meeting Doni Pedro had imido him promise to send for hor. Exchange. A M10 The forco and rcnltstlo nature ot theatrical porfoi mniices have often ovoked, amusing in terrupttous from tho moro emotional of tho spectators, while in a fow other cases tbo sympathetic feeling ctcated lunmcnibcrof tho audienco has been so strong ns actually to lead to fatal results. In 1TJ0, when Harvard's play of "Chailosl" was bolng given at York, a vounir mdv wnssoovcrcomo 0110 evening by tho paluful emotions excited by tho piece that sho faiutod mid died. Tills was tragedy Indeed. It Is sohtewhat curious to find that Churchill, descrlbiug in tho "IVos-clatho author of this tragically eu"cctya play, thus ridicules his pretensions as an LETClaflin. wits. Ai.EXANDi:it, joiin BTitAKfu: winter; Jill W. K. NOItltlS, KHCKMANiN t'lf ATIVAN. TWELVE SCHOOL' AND PLAYA nijw continued utorj- - by 'l ho 'author of "UN GROUND TALES. 'Thq first will be Wedded Wife," and n tpkinlldly ,llllihUuted ' LAMBKIN ; Was ,He a Hero or a Christinas tjlory, entitled . Prig?" by' Howard Pyle, the artist 3T" IVstal card Votes and nsw Tunics nf" actor: Hero Harvard, all screws, In tho ume strains, , Lores, hates and rages, triumphs and complains-Ills easy vacant fnee proclatniM a heart Which could not feel emoUouj, nor Impart. Tho Osntlemau's Maguztuo of 1782 records another fatal instance of vxeem of emotion, lathis caso tragedy resulted from comedy. A Northamptonshire kidy,aMr. Fiuhcrbcrt, went ono Wednesday evening to Dairy Lano thoatro to seo tho "Beggnr'n Opera," a revival of which nniuhig play was then delighting tho town. Av soon ns BanUter, tho comedian, appeal ul iiiwn thq stago, "mado up" ns Polly, tharaiidleuco luughcd loudly nt his absuidap-ticurancimmoderately. She fected and laughed found horsalf uuablo to control her emotion, and left tho theatre befoio tho end of tho second net, but soon after fell into hysterics, in which sho continued until Friday morning, when sho died. Somo tlmo ago n sensational picco called "A Mother's Sin" was being performed nt the Queen's theatre, Manchester. Ona night, toward thq closo of the third act, whero the villain appears triumphant and tho hero seems to bo hopelessly in bin power, n man iu the gallery roi,o excitedly, shaking hi fist nt tho actor who was playing tho villain, and then Jumped from the galjcry on to tho stago, on which, ho fell heavily just clear of the footlights. Thodlstanoo jumped was nboijt thirty foot. Tho unfortunate man was taken to tho infirmary, where it was found that in addition to other injuries, his leg was broken. It was afterward discovered that his nainu was the samo as that of tha heroine of the piece, and hcuco it was supposed his excitement. Cornhlll Magazine. ThnTtArjiRKilltorlal Department U tull SHORT STORIES sifted from thousands i nrtlclea bv various contributor, Jliia of hrlKht Ktohicil Olaua on a William ttreiton Otis. Santa M. Vail Rtjano. Votrotablo Cart. hdslau IhtenHtlnir article on NornltiesfiirClirlHt-mas- . Chirlolte JIiw. HitrsM nn a. Mlno. Mrs. II. , llarrett lliownlrfr. Iiai the article on I.llxnlieih How Tom Jumped All H'tMilar departments e Thomp-ooincline. Tlio Bun of are replete with choice und stosouable rending Lieut. K. P irtmonu Polly at tho matter, Delia W. Lyman. Twilling Arbutua. lleiekiah Butterwortli. Ooldon Mnrgarot. James Mrs. Amok Waijceh writes: " I am a C. l'urdy. Pogffy'fl Bullet. Kale Upson Clark. and I Nw Yons; How Bimoon and Sanqho. Panza Holpod 11a7.au eery hve houclitTni past four jFasiiiomI far. Swd Thp tho Revolution. Mi Hlsley U B. Waited, could not do month for the faUilocs are the without it. The DlffloulttoB of a Darlmar. ' Ono Good Tum.'t Harriet Prtscott Spefferd. very latest." NOW 13 THE TIMBiTO BUBSCRIBEt ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES, novelties t Miss Ritley Soils Of Notod Women. Bnow-For- t. Seward, Price $3 odn Year. An How to Build a Military Any pel noli aemllnir 83 for rt yent-'uh- old West Pointer, How tlio Cossacks Play cripllnu will rccclTp,lho benuiirul ChrliN Polo. Madame de Meltsner. All Around a Lieut. V. 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Mr, Fitzherbert wns greatly af- It Writ. k est style, call at the office. Nkws to wrlto English. Tho VienucM) nro going to havo an agricultural exhibition, or, as thoy call It lu tho programme which lias just been published, a "Gonorul Ilurnl nnd Forest Exposition in 'tho cnr 1800." Tho folio wing nr somo of tho exhibits as sot forth' in the programme: I. rroduccs of agriculture nnd forest culture, of garden fruttvlnos, and liopcul-turo- , of chasa and foshcry, tnlso of folvel, bees and silk breed, &c 'J. Boasts as: breed mart use- -, and luswry beahts yli horses, oxen, sheep, swine, fowl, dogs, gamo, fishes. Tho exhibition of hearts, of garden and fruit culturo take placo ia savoral series, those of tho latter being tuatla known moro lately. Tor all sorts of obJncU of exhibition prices of about v. A. flor. CC.009 mill bo given, consisting in medals of. bouour, distributed honour I price, medals, in money and honornblo 00- mean?" Foe special accomplish-mcntsJoMiowleugtnetits. "Why you can't tmricrttnnd thd eitu collaborators vf tlio exponent special ntlon ns I do." Philadelphia Inquirer. ipricen'w 111 lioeiveu.'' St. JnineiV Gaxetto. In Vienna thoy Know how X land (jo cents a ) ear). I or the nurtery, Ouas LirTLB Mkn and Wotw(fi a year). Tub 1'AHiV (ii a year). Sunday of any cm a (lull) ef tkijeur 15 tinit. D. LOTIIROl', COMPANY, Boston. FOR THE YOUNOER VOUNO FOLKS. Bend remittances by Postal Honey Order. Leller, or Check, and ' Address dEOIlOE MUNRO, MtiNno'n PpdLisiiino Housk, V, O. Box 3751. 17 tq S7 Vnndawater 8t N, Ye We are Prepared to do all kinds of JOB PRINTING " AT THIS OFFICE, " iii