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I i w& iH jv i A rchinrkablo plinso in tho recent industrial devclqpmeterj.Qliinn is tho increased number bf Japanoso employed in engineering works and manufactories. T.HE.POWEB A "IVImlo OF A PLUGGED NICKEL. rt , Al'lipn Jliilils Iilmigrre, p'urliiml Fascinated tid Kmbar-raancby nn Outluwed Culn, Cholera Cure F . J pan mado a start in modern industry, and not only did it start works under the i 'superintendence of foreigners, but it iff commenced at tho foundation and instituted schools and colleges for tho training of natives in tho arts and sciences, II gazed aloft at the celling dark, nnd now to nilarcocxtont tit ifl indenen- And then ho looked down at tlio floor. df'foreigtiinesistanc'ojn tfiislrespcct, . f 'AflHBOldlV'Otobout I J I Ja. MA j .dent almost all' ilioSvbrks of which wo h'' Mfteiipatfcion and frout, nnd d rltglro Vm somo angling lore, hear so much are designed and manuBorne lovely and lying old lore." factured by natives. In China there have lie wroto and ha wrote, a solid hour, been n cw schools or colleges started ills wlfo all the.whlle sitting by, j thb Battq" .object,, ibu't they have H'iliyerccKatiSr'bWoorJt, 'Ul - l'hAt her hubby, so clever, novcr been carried out with that thori f 4 . It fsijpw ,ahnpsttjYonyyear38ihce Ja- 'nil v . - jw-ij- f - Was working up soma novel lie, Bpnie.wlld ond.oxtrayag'ant'lle. j u oughness whichiis necessary for real AVo JVhcn suddenly j cuns,it has been rnade arid to be of its efficacy only requires a trial. A jocents bottle js, enojighifor ' ''6"nc''hundred cVfkehp,, Jt.is'guar- t ,,aneqd. Jf afjtenusmgJtwoithifdsofr a bottle, the buyer is n'dt'thor6lighly satisfied with ifriS a cutre'f'ot,tjf)ick,eh. Cholera, return; il 16 (heuridergned dh'd your Aioney will be refunded. , ,n for salejjy Qt W, Sborj;,CloO'crli6rf,'Ky. c6n-vince- all Other diseases combined. But the discovery of a, remedy that positivtly Thousands o( dollars worth otclnckcn3jdie.fivTrv vear from Choiera.It 15 more fatal t'd chickens than fl d M,yOuU lilt!.... DYNAMOS ON tha old man roso up stark mi iooks xuat.wero wizen uihi uuutf t. .I..ti.(.1l JJ.l!' understand iednliotlN)!) i "I'm certainly fast growing old. X'.very He I can think of yueca,tpld."i WAR SHIPSI O : An Interesting Automatic Governor of Co In Cane uf Accident. tkno whfvt thij Jnget.' fit you .want; tifrecent electrical Inveninteresting of lite to.naval tions is tlio. W&vbI nceAllo, men ilia. othor day, "you, will And it in tlio dyna-jm- q jsp.vfcrnori Thq brduiaryiiunJof) peo-pl- o most-interesti- did 'not think about this point.'of prkadow-course, but wbeniEdispu'B town in Now YoVlc 'burned out becauso tlio load on tlio dynamos was suddenly I macliines was turned looso on tlio lamps that rQirJaincd, there (was Inot i j naynl( '6fllcerl)u ktoiiiiid to think what would happen on n war ship should such onfac-cideoccur thera ') Under ftdo ordinary' method of controlling electrical systems tlio engineer has to stand by to manipulate what is called it resistaiico box when-ove- r the load at tha dynnrhcj itfsmld8rly increased or diminished 'tiynddhig to'or cutting oil tlio number of lamps. If this unrcs t'ouglis, iioia8, tonrscneBSj box is attended to instantly matters arc all right. Cronp, TYlmoping Congh, Bronchitis, But in n wardship in timo of batllo it Incipient Consnmptlon, mid Tf 111 rd iIoto consumptlvo patients In might very easilV hnppen that an vrlieucnrri-nhlstages j will ciiro tho cncmyjwould not and rolloYoIn ilio worst cases. "oulyfeui offfnirbut n fowpf!)Uio lainps, Soo that C. 0. C. Is Mown In oTory bot- (but alsqj lclll tlft eliglnceriwlioso duty ft tle andtako no other. 25c. VStoiandltHlio reslstarico'box. 'Or C. MENDEiniAIIi & CO. J. the lamps might bo cut off and tho enbole pnopnirroris, INDIANA. gineer bo too badly frightened to do tho EVASSVIt.r.13, right thing In a moment tho remaining; SOLD BY DnnaOISTaOENEllXttTf. Bunions with lamp3 on the 6hipAvould bo llestroj'cd' Rcmovo Corn3,"Warts& nnd tho dynamo as well. Tho magazino CERTAIN CORN CUREJ would bo in utter darkness, and fatal confusiorrwonld prevail." IMS oho thing' SOLD AND WAMtANTtiD BY for wliich.naval men havo lobkSdwas a" governor, fpctlio dynamo, when it was found it was a simplo thing juetan ox tra coil of wlre placedon tho dynamo,, stlfis cojhlKih'gTinado pf rbuch'largonwlro 'iliAn 'is'use'ij oii"lho hbrseshoe maenct.' It Is not easy tb.explaln ihd action of tho "extra'cdlil of wire, but it receives tho cur Alma WlDUCHLg cuieui ,m. nt cd o, sijop xptin coraix twixn Phincqo governmenf jis, on tlo outlook for soVcral capabio incif to pro out to Pq- kin as professors in dillcrcntdciiaitmcnts t . . r i j. - . .! .i. uuriug mo fonpurtjaijuppiiufajiiuiciicv. ' ..i past year a consiucrauio numucr navo been engaged in similar capacities in tho varliosi arsenals; wliei-- schools 'for-- tho training of young Chincso havo been established. In tho meantime, however, tho supiilyOf) qualified Uhlncso is very limited, and some of tho local governors, who hayp nqt bjOeiijablpitp gcj ovcritheir (lisllko to Eurolieans", havo engaged a considerable numbcr.qf, Japanese 'for mines hiitf s'omo'do-partmenof manufacture. In some case,jQvciij vp jiiiuitbuiiiu vimt; japan- cso navo uccn cngagoii as instructors in nppliedr Bciqnce, and, jalthough, able to UmUorstnifd tko Cliiheso book's", tlioy cannot speak tho language, and wo havo the cibuslspectaclq of tjidyqurjgdr oriental nation teaching tho older nation through .tho medium of thaEugb'sb language a d ts that "l." nt present tho suc-"ceb- s? Iv&ry'dild ph'aso ihHWhisforWf clvillza-tion- , Industries. A Kow Nydropliolda Cure Prioo 25 Ots. nBOTTZiB., -- Thqdoctors of Sovlllo aro proclaiming 'thodiscovety of a most cfllcacious rem edy for hydrophobia. In a French account of it, which I havo before mo, it is spoken of na "pita," which is not French for anything, that I nm awarosofbut- - is, I fancy.'tliQ' scientific naino for flai or Tlio discovery is? thought bo xlicmp. .inuchlof in Sevillo that a mcmorHndum '"onjthp Bubject, drawn up by tho ''local uociors, iius uceii iiuiisiiuttuu uy tuu civil governor of tho town tothoBanitary authorities. It describes tho caso of a child.sufferlng from nil the worst symp- tonis ui iiyurupnouia, wiiu nuu uikuii i,u nourishment of nny kind for seventy-tw- o hours, nnd was all but given up, whentho "rtita"'wa9 tried by way of ox- - A tall man with a dark mustocho and imperial got liito a'toutl'i hound Broadway car at Twenty-secon- d street thq othor dny and took n scat about midway up tho car. "When tho conductor camo for his faro tho man fished a uickol from his pocket. Tho conductor looked at tho ooin sharply and passed it back again. "What's the matter?" asked tho man. "It's plugged," said tho, conductor. Tho man put a pair of eyeglasses on his noso nnd critically surveyed tho nickel. Ho found that tho conductor was correct, mid handed him n. good nickel. Ho. was about, to put tho. bad ono back intohis pockqtwhcuho noticed that cvtry one in tho car was looking at him. Ho turned Very red, hesitated, nnd finally dropped tho nickel slyly on tho floor. Every ono saw him do it, but every one tried to appear as if ho didn't notice it.' The nickel lay on tho floor in plain night, but no ono Avoidd look nt it. All seemed to think that thoy would appear n3 if they coveted it if thqy did, Every ono seemed quite uncomfortable, Two or threo men tried to read, hut thoy couldn't concentralo their attention on their newspapers. Tho conductor passed over tho nickel onco or twice, and tried not to notice it. At Fourteenth street a man got In and wasf about to felt down, when ho espied tho nickel. Ho picked it up and tried to hand it to an old gentleman with it red fnco,and n whitp mustache, Baying,,"You " dropped this, sir." "No, I didn't," said tho old gentleman, with a laugh. Then ovorybody laughed, ns if greatly rcliovcd. Tho man who Jind picked Up tho nickel looked closely nt it, turned bright crimson and dropped it again. Everybody saw" him, but whichever way ho looked ho saw only averted faces, f ho people would, gldnco slyly at him from tho corners of their eyes, and then look away again very quickly. Again no ouo looked nt tho nickel, although every man there know to a nicety just where it lay. It stayed In the same place on tho floor until tho car stopped just above Chambers street. Hero (ho conductor told tho passengers to take tho next car, as that ono was going to switch off and go up town again. As thoy left tho car nil tho passengers took aJas.t glancoat tho plugged nickel, but no ouo touched it. It started up town again, and all tho passengers went down town with that nickel weighing heavily minds. New York Sun. r Scene My lady's chamber. Eunice, Helen, Itoso hiid Lillian (sisters), recovering frdtri tho ball from which they have just returned. Small fefster Tot dozing in crib, Eunice How linndsomo ho is! Helen-W- ho? 8T. L. It. It.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DKST LINK TO St. Louis, Evansville V3j South-Wes- t. Kunico AVill Edgemore. Helen Indeed hois, and ho danced with mo twice. Eunice np took mo lo supper. Rose I sat out threo numbers with him in tho conservatory. Lillian I do not enro to repeat what ho said tq mo, but I must warn tho rest of you not to feel too satisfied. Eunice Ileal ly.l.Jl.mn not worrying, Helen Nor I. Roso Nor I. Lillian Wo can't all havo him, and I thought I might prevent your wasting valuable lime. Eunice Oh, thank you. Helen I presume, Lillian, that you would jntiunitoJthatJiq..was really tender. Lillian Perhaps. Rose Did ho kiss yon? Don't blush. Eunice Possibly he was juRt interrupted in his proposal, How was it? Lillian, (demurely) Never mind how it was until I am ready to tell ypti. Eunice Will, you don't frighten mo n bit. I'll go into n pool of a 'pound of cahdy apiece as to which of us wins in this ltttlo race. . Lillian I'll do Itr Rose So will I. Helen And. I. Lltllb Tot (discovered to bo awako) I hope you'll scttlo it soon. I'm candy hungry. Voico of Brother Jack (from tho stairs) Say, girls, havo you heard the news about Will Edgemore? Chorus (excitedly) No, what is it? Brother Jack Ho has just nnnounced his engagement toFaiiDarllng. . AND ALL POINTS West and Tim. IIU1.-WAIU in fATaal Ma. 1(5 IU MUC.t s(.. IV! Lv. liOtiljvlllo 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p.m. .,4:10 p.m. ...7i25 ArrBt. Louis 7:45 9:50 p.m. Kransvllle 2:25 For further Information, call on or nddre.'s, fa. 4 " " JOS. S. 0DI0RNE, Oen'l Pan. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ag't, Louisville, Ky. SELF-POURIN- G TEA POTS. of Tea, cornet pot brewing The only tc. f.i Caves 25 to 50 YOU DO NOT LIFT THE POT HEX i'on UN. POURS by lowering lid The part handled is COLD , a rM'i v APH.TJalr 77m I iQ-iz- ru& 139 0. G.t Ll.t, Pains, Dlehl 4 Co., 1'hlU, r. vjY -- ft" (I'AINFUI, RILEKCE.) Littlo' Tot Girls, how nro you going to decide that pool? ' (CONTINUED SILKKCK.) Little Tot (brightly) 111 tell what I'll do. I'll nsk him which of you camo nearest to getting lijm. Chorus (emphatically) Don't you ever daro to speak of it ngain. Lillian I wonder why ho paid us so much attention Voico of Brother Jack We havo n great joko on him. Fan has mado him promiso lo dance only with wall flowers till they're married. Ha! ha! (FUUTHEK SILENCE.) Some people agree with Tmk Su.n'h opinions nbcut men and things, nnd some people don't j but oTcrybody likes to got hold of tho newspaper which Is never dull and never afraid to speak Us mind. Democrats know that for twenty years The Bvti has fought In the front lino for Democratic principles, never wavering or weakentng In Its loyalty to tho true Intercift of the party It "Kllleallrnln." serves with fearless Intelligence and disinterjxm Tryruioiiiyxsc. OiaJL ested vigor. At times opinions have differed ns to the best means of accomplishing the com- mon purpose; it Is not Thr Sun's fault If It nmsuiKM One of tlio li;M'X"lrl- has teen further Into the millstone. MILtS.yrtW varifiiPB 1 Klghtccn hundred nnd, ninety Is llio jenr j, tho Wtirhl. Oyr hrllUUitr in VLTJTAn UDH)tAlrtl, ant tolntrolurtur I", up jrffn fupcrtorroosiiwcwIUinJritrK llml will probably dotcruilno tlio result of the In rich loci taiNB rttunx .Itnad Krt lit r, Prcslilt-'ntin- l aIuw. fin tw election of 1892, nnd perhaps the touitt oneccin lnk tore r( THiSlJkW iiBC mmm of Dcinocrncy for tho rest of the fortunes IbecliRncf Alironuirt9dofii retain It lo how otir rood t CYC"! Victory In 1892 Is n duty, and the betbottwbo call four nclirtilr round you. Th nd tho ginning of lSOd Is tho best time to stnrt out (.frtlMo.fnt of ttil hawt tha imall end of th tele- in eompony with Tmk Sum. eep. Th foIlOTTtnff cut fires tb appir.nct of It reduced $0.40 Daily, per month.. 0.00 Daily, per yenr 2.00 Sunday, per year about tit fifttith rmrt of IU bulk. It It a fraud, doublt tire ttle- 8 00 Dally nnd Sunday per year, acoM.atUrraatlttairtoMiTy.wawlHalwihowyouiiowrou can mak from 93 tofilO a dajr at least, from tb turt.wlth- Dally nnd Sunday per month,.... 0.70 out eipcrlenea. Itetter writ at nt. Wa pay all aiprtit cbarr Weekly Sun, ono year, 100 ir,ll HALLETT4CO,,00itKO, roKTLAP.M! vuuuu cliA.i Jt I FREE I ba aawa4. mm Ma con-tnr- M Address Till: SIN, Chorus Let's go to bed. (CURTAIN.) cr York. EMORY -j- fPerimcntjTj w j ino inqcount saya iiiat tuo pauuni. llio stuff, and "ato it with Beized lie nt onco showed benefit from itr,and continued to, munch.it !for rscveral days', other medicines being stopped. It ,was first administered on tho evening Of 'tlio 18th, and on tho night of tho 21st .'tlioTpationt'Slept nnd took food. On tho 2'lth ho was pronounced convalescent, and by tho 20th nil tho functions were Ho had been gradreported perfect. ually taking lcs3 and les3 "pita," and the bulletin of tho 20th states that lie "hits a horror of it." I am quoting not from a, romance, hut an official document. I think that our doctors had better Investigate 'pita." London Truth. l'hotosrraplicd Ills Game Iloforo Shooting. Mr. Osgood Plummer, of Worcester, Mass., has visited' Maino seven hunting seasons for mooso, withput being; successful in bis efforts to bring! down onb of these kings of tho forest. At tho close of his last trip ho left for horno greatly discouraged, but mado tho remark that hqiwould glvp lQ0,fqr a good chance to kill' a "moose. Mr. Plummer was thereupon' 'tohl by his guldo to remain at his home until ho heard from tho hunting section, and then to como on and ho would.-geto bag his gamo. This 6eaSon lio was notified by tho guide" to coino to' Eustis, which ho immediately did, there mcetiug Guides "Douglass-nhd- " Otis- - WltharnTof Eustis, and bo party started for Kibby stream cnmptwenty miles distant in the wilderness. On their arrival tho guides struck out in quest of that moosq, and, finding tracks, followed them until thoy had lodated tho prize, when thoy notified Mr. riummor, who joined In tlio chase. After, a. run thoy camo in sight of n largq and fino specimen, of tho bull mooso. Mt Plummer, who camo prepared, for ilio occasion, took from his pockety email camera and took tho picture of tho, animal as ho stood and then shot him., Tho gamo weighed over 1.000 pounds,; .nnd as a trophy of his successful trip Mr. Plummer has ono of tho finest, sqts of mooso antlers.over taken from a Maine; forest Boston Herald. t ff y.j a kick "I don't on A Tut Up Job. sco why every ono makes, such Muusoy's Weekly. tn oD.retdine, Testimonials from' all nlobfc Ii)pectatPOST prt ol the oa .pnllcatlon to .Prof. , -iStaitte, 237 At, Now YeiX, trrrottlroirtearfflilpo'orTrcrigTrib. 'When from ilinmi or lung said Dinks. "To read tho papers, ono would think it tho short road to insanity, trou' les, tuke only such medicine ns lus Such but I didn't find it so, Easiest job I over been proved worthy of confidence did." , a remedy is Ajer's Cherry Pectoral; n "Been putting ono up?" asked Jinks. specific for sudden colds, nnd itivaluoblo "Yes just finished." complaints. Sold by "Well, didn't you get all soot, and spoil for all pulmonary druggists. Price SI. your clothes?" "N-n- putting up' a stove and pipe," C0MPLETE.OUTFITS lrfHETERHY omxW mft nW c. L i &&s&mxasESe MANUFACfURlrTfTCNASHVlLLgn - ' JM awriRTiifra U ol" I. IMILUfs- it incro is a can, tor an nicrcascu service, lamp coup oota bantl.r.ca'' Both laOlei and ctqt ilicl. llh wrk d Ojk Iluol WrialnliM. aih lAcailtv can accure oa. fritb our larit. frrr, tonlktr Jlou.ehvlU W malmmQJ&i d valuable Unt.f amrlii. .. wrll w..M.nt(a. Thct. HI 'Mi "uuu)iB . u lh. vr.lth. art ffCC. U1M wore Tl jof n.ni do It lo ihow what w unj rou to Uiom who ult idhlnandUiMealotro-htalwair.iMendi and tUrt.d, In wliubl. trt J. furii. n hUli bold; fuf jreari pay all and Ihna w. ir. repaid. WJail.aja lpM, frelUt, .lc. Afle ...a to work rAlt TAB. I1U nan lyottxnownii. r ' lwaBiv'ri) iilil FRE: rif rfWMf PflCr iQ Mb'W HH& MolUl WlUh T troctK Iwilch In lh. wotlil. UiiMkCfper W.rrantnl heavy. OLTII cuitbocut off the series coil, as it is called, provides it. If every lamp butoaojpf a C0Q lamp cifi y extent. i VTIicro Ik another feature of this governor Iliad makes, it valuable to a wdr "Nor bruiso your fingers,. and get your eyes full of stuff, and spoil tho carpet?" llniim Mission Work. Maud Why in tho world did you accept Mr. Dotiothirfc ? Helene Oh, lie's Eiick a fool somo one has got to take care of him, nnd as I'm ricb I Buppose it might ns well bo I. Chicago Old Chronic, Coughs htno etrdkctlmt burns on, unaffected to any orto upprfi-ciftbl- d "Not I."' "But you must liavo perspired, and tired yourself out, and fallen off the chair you were standing upon?" Journal. "Nary." ', , '' ' 1890. II C7 M U ew York Weekly Herald :A.O?: WKM am root ihiiiii r "'" OsCoT, Mok Htr ; 9. i lNirtfanJ, AlaineJ i ii-i -- t HBi Packet 1 Line. .k ft I f vx-ctI NifwMi-- ritiiTlnrnifr i fy rs fXfZA. Alt. ffl"TSlMi!wji sliip vhos coal spaco iff limited., "iVhcn the lamps nj-- cut off thbjwwcr of tlio dynamo and tliq consequent consurap-tio- n of coal aro"iiofvas"teQ in forcing tlio" current through n. rcsistanco box. Tlio iedu.Ctipjl.jn. tljcpoivccuscd. is nlmostin proportion to tho Ioau rcmoveil or the nunibor of lamps. cut off. If C00 lamps,-fo-r instance, require 50 horso power, the powcr(rcqnired,'whcni'lC01amp8vcrDcu off wqulilJbP( sy.i 7 hpro power, which means ft' ijaylnp of tlio coal required for tlio 43hor6o"powcr dispensed, wjth.jf "Tho- - invention is not of tho sort to attractinotorlety outsido of people iritcr-cst6- d ih' blcc'trical plants,, but .to naval vessels, it is ,a matter of enough, importance to remove tho only objection aairi?t"3ynamb3''ori sliipEoanK1' New ' ' York Sun. Buhl to lie ISO Vcars Old. v Tho oldest man In' tho world is put up your stb vo and stbvo speedily by ,"C. C. C. Certain Cough pipo without any of these adjuncts, nnd Cure" than any other remedy. Sold by expect mo to beliovo it." ".Of courso I do here's tho ticket. I G. W. ShorL got 10 on 'cm.!' Muusoy's Weekly. In llio l'arlor. YoU "say you 1'rofcsslonal l'rlilo. "SayBinks, I beliovo you'ro n liar! are relieved more ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. Is the Best and Cheapest Family Paper in the United States. First Printer What nro you saving up your money for, Bill? n going to' got my Second Prlntcr-Trl'i- n wifq a noy hat on her birthday. First Printer What! you ain't reformBill? ing, nro Second Printer No,- but I'm bound to once ill givo my .wlfoa display hcad-'foJhcrjife. Burlington Frco .Press. - Young Man (with n glance at Johnny) I sco the Rev. John Jasper Is mistaken, Miss Bylo. The son does not move. ' Young Lady (coldly) Ho moves, Mr. Pipsley, when the right JoahUa comes along Chichgo Tribune. NOWJS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. During the year 1S90 it wiU'even exceed itself in the variety of its contents and its efTbrts to please Its subscribers. New features will bo s added to its. regular departments, including first-clas- Mill Tlicy IlouH Complain, "Is" Brown happy in his marriage?'' ' "Well, I think if Brown were o seq Mrs Brbwri,oday for thq first timo hn wouldn't m 1 :r 'i'i. uon IU1 ..." r..i.,i. UU lllllUUUWilUU. ..t.V. tvcii ''-1. A Good ftxeusd. ILLUSTRATIONS. ITS WKLI. KNOWN SI'ECIAI.TItlS AUK Mrs. G: I hopb you will excuse iriy husband for not attending your brother's ' f. ,.:., funeral Mrs. a citi- n. Passenger, Mall anil Express1 Boats . For all wy Untllngi.botwoon Loulsrlileand lien Jerion, tha elegant and floot ate&meri . .JAMES QUTIIRIB. -- TKLli CITY, CITY or 0WBN8B0K0. Ono of tbA&boro, fi(i jlileWlieetVt'eameri paat up and Jewn' Jaily. Splendid accommodation i for (took. Qonoral office and 178 Fourth etreot, Leulaville, Ky. V, 7. 1HTB, Prest. r D. L. Pknkt, Supt. Louisville, Si, Louis & Texas H, R, Co, zen of Bogota, in tho republic of San . Salvador, This new .Metjiuselah dqclares that ho is, 180 years pld, audit.wquhl seem ho liiiiiself, for his (neighbors gijo . flattprs tho nssuratfco that ho is older than ho says lib is. Ho is a Half, breed, named Michael Solis, whoso cxistenco; was rovealtd to .Dr.; Louis Ucrna.ndez by ono 6f tho 'old-pplanters In thq localityt who as n .child know SbHs as a centenarian. ' Tlidy havo found' in tho year 1712 his Blgnaturb among thoso of perspng who contributed to tho building of ri Fran-- i clscan eonvent which exists near San . Sebcslinn. ,,,,Hiq skin, is like parchment, hia long jiar, pf.tliawhltgnesspf.endw envelops ot Mrs. G.t-N-oj Billy fits .on, Was ho ,but ill?- and then ho would laugh if you shoved, a gas bill nt hiin. Texas " ' Slftings.' ho.luul --v ono of his - -- i Cpujdjl't Hold d (yyhq,has put her hand out of ,thq winbw-.yhi'a.- ,it was trianiina,. Oh', snqwing) ketclied ri 6iiow! ' Mamma Whore Is it; darling'' i Ltttlo Tlirce-- y earmold' (looking at her hand blankly)It runnod away. West Shore. Llttlo Three-ypar,-o). It. , 'Kxcltinir 1'orloilN. Progress In Science, Practical Farming and Gardening, ' The two most exciting periods 111 n Women'? Work, . woman's life are when she is listening' to. Stories by the Best Authors, Literature and Art, Choice Flashes of Wit and Humor. bcr first proposa', and' bidding oti'a 'basket Exclusive News for Veterans, of broken crockery at an auction.-Bing- -, Htrnld. hatnton Grown, Cold. , . IIFOATIOICT Address, ONLY ONE DOLLAR OUST .A-Xi- L SUBJECTS- . .'I loved, you, once," .he said in. a r , prq,ich(uj.tpte,.i In a Sii'idlo. lias1 bought "Tho Grand Canal of Vcnico" for 100,000. Old Gent Is that so? I didn't .know ho handled' anything butrallroads. Washington Star. A Horso with Hydrophobln. Artist Vunderbilt S TIME SCHEDULE, At 6;Q0 usro. ii-- . 'keen that' it madq it dipagrccablo im- TaUliitf Kffcct o'.kk A. M Sunday, (to, Eatt I5j 1899. )Ytit Bound, Train STATIiONS, XPBXBS. KXPBK88. 7.45au LT.i.UnidnDepot,Iioul,e..Ar. l,20p 1.05 .. B.QO ......... ...Kontuoky Street Alms Home ' ' Pleasure Illdgo Park , .; Valley. .. ., ,.,,., Meadow Lawn., ...Ii ,. lllver View., ,....12.25 ... ...MVest Point 8.45' i..Kock'HaTen......... ... 12.04 .: 9,10 .Long, llranch,. ..,.,. ..,U.65i5i 0.25 , 11.41 '.. Brandenburg 9. SO 11.35 ,. ...Kkron....i 8.47m ......m Quston 11.24 . 0.58 .. , , Irvlngton ,..11.14 .. 10.08 ,. .......11.04 ., ........Webster 10.17 ..- - UilbANn HouAd IVawia kiULAND pression on tho doctor. Interrogated by tho doctor, ho answered complaisantly that his great ago was duo to his regular "modo of living, 'and to his novcr giving up to any excess of " .' any sort whatever. . "I never cat but onco o day," said ho, "butl never uso any but tho strongest and'most nourishing foods. My meals last.n halNiOur, for I beliovo itis'iinpos-slbl- o t,o ,crt moro in that (Into than tho bbdy cai 4lBP3t.iil twqny-fpu- r hours. I fast tho first and fifteenth day of each month, 'and on thoso days 1 drink as muclf: water as. I can bear. I always let my food becomo cold before I touch it. It is to theso tilings that I attributo my great age." Union Liberalo of Quebec. Weather Imlli'utlona. Nickleby This winter will not bo n ' ' " Jongonej Squeors Ilow do you know? "I just saw my cat watching a mouse." "But what has that to. do with tho weather?" "Everything. It's a sign of an early spring." Lawrenco American. ; "'"! ' t?t. in t j v ' ' ' r w, j.,. - VlslbleuMeans, ' "You arq gqing,.to,star,a9jIIamlet, ai-- 4 10.27 ,....Y,l.,...,i...Iodlburg..;......,..'.10.63i.. 10.42 Plcroe,., 10.'42 .. ..'."; 16,35 . Bamplo 10,48 l(..10.24 ,. 10.58 .. ..(.,..8tepheniport .Holt.....,,,,,.. .,,..,10,15 ,., 11,07 9.50 .. ;.'... .OloTerport 11I23 9.44 U tJSklllman H.41,i .. 9.28 Hawesvillo 11.53M 9.14 Knloon , 12.08m 9.01 .. 12.19 W.v.....'..,.i..tewp0rt..;.i.....'..... i,.8.12,. Power...,!,,...,. 12.30 8.27 Patei,... 12.50 4..'.Onniborol;t..l..'.,Lve 8.15aM ,1,01) ..iArr ,....SUnley, ,, o 7.47 1.24 .... 7J0 ,. Worthtneton T.31'.. ,'.... 7,15 ',.. il.52i;t...'..ii;.. Bp'ottsTlllo . 7.07 2.01 .. ...HMkotts....-.6,50am J.UpuArr,.., ,u.,n !;,, (, y0ll,"nicl5Bi;'1 ,',, ,,, "... , , , lJdtioBi...f..ro "Yes." "And who is to support you?' "My wifoj aho's rich." Now York Sun. ,.; Bill King, of Falrburn, has a horso, has. hydrophobia from nil appearances. .Thq horso at intervals has spasms or paroxisms. It bites its own legs and feet nnd breast. It is terrible to beliqld how it fastens its teeth in its own flesh and tears thd skin and flesh from its bones ' King says tho horso bit hint on tho arm yesterday, but ho did not think anything of it until today, when his horso bpcamo unmanageable- nnd ho tied around his neck a ropo nnd tiod. tho ropo to a tico in his lot. Tho horso would catch his leg in his mouth and bito and pull it until ho throw himself on tho ground for Bpmo time, then ho would get quiet, gently get up and stand still awlillo. In a fpw minutes ho would comiuqnco near his antics again and bito the-tre-o him, then tho rope, and then lio would bito his breast and pull tho flesh off In strips, then ho would catch his legs and pull nnd bito tho skin off in strips, then he would catch hia leg in his mouth and pull find jerk until he would fall to tho ground. Every ono was afraid to go near him. Somo suggested bleeding, but no one "ivns found Who Would undertake tho job. Bystanders suggested that the. horso bo shot and put him out of so much suffering and pain. Tho last seen of Mr. King ho "was hunting' for somo ono.to 6hoot his horse. Atlanta Constitution. ,., In FJorldn tbo orange b cut in halves, and JU julco and pulp aro passed to tho mouth with a. teaspoon. In Havana tho orange ii served-wholon the table, peeled 'down to the Juiey.l'meatof tha fruit," and' you present tho golden ball.to ywr Hpi'on tko prongs ol that A Wlto Precaution, ' !...( "Woji,", she, responded, "I don't want tho earth, pneejs enough "Washington Post. ., For aUlcinds of job prluting in tho cali at the BiiKCKK.vnlimK Nkws office Tool: He? at Her AVord. Indignant Passenger (to' omnibus understand, sir, that you aro paid to answer- questions, and' not to ask condub-tor)t-Pleas- o - JAMES GORDON BENNETT, MK.1V '" ' VOIIK Hi:it.ll.II. New York Oil'. I YEAR, Do not full to Subscribe noiv for NEW YORK WEEKLY HERALD T. A. E. STEVKNSON, President. J. 1IUNN, Secretary. them. Tell nio whoa wq havo passed WHY PAY RENT? Conductor Iton minutes later) Wa havo passed Southampton street now, mum, It's of a mllo back, on the about left hand sldo. Pick Mo Up. , throe-quarte- pOYAl i- - mv, v- " ' yo' doinVdnt fp Mr. Willlams-W- lia' Mr. Jo'son puttin mosqu'.tones up dls, tlmo in do.ycar?( Mr, Johhsdntyaal, yo boo db'doctor Mleind.'dbair war full of 'deso ycr grip'pq uilcrp.bcqs so I's tnkin' promotions agin gittin! 'cm,, into ,.de house. 'Harper's Uizar. "A Nk'V StUiKK, Tho' working 'classes 'cough hove"1 struck "against high-pricVriSdicineV, and'dorsed Dri Bull's ColgTi Sjrupf' VrTc'e'Sli olnts a'SSitle. ""The first binger of nnwelcome now- ed Biiyja Homo wUh Smo Vhat You Now Pay -- IN THE OIT (lTIQNl ' fon Rent by Invosting '.'.,, POWDER Absolutqly pqwdr; never vsrloi. A man'el'i'ol purity, strength and vfcoleiomenei. More ecpptilcftl than; the, ordjpiry, Jslpds,, amj can, JT.klsj , -- Pur. INTER - STATE Btilldlng k I(0an i 3lKMlrihy-Law,,an' ii f-- ? ,fij?v .ifi" 1 ;i j ' BLOOMINGTON, IL-L- , ft fork; pie prefer to tell of the terrible pains thoy pewdcri."&M o in' cay. RoYAt..PiM'l, ' '" wmitJalvaitrin1 Oil.' ' Powdbb Co., 108 Wall Stroeti'TJew York. lilv6 optipa sold In c9.uspeUUon.wlth,t.he,1iBulludo, of ow test,, short wolgh laiuiii, or puosonaio "' Printed .Matter Explaining Plsn Cheerfully Bent m MHtiMLt JNO.D. riAUUAaE.Seq'y, Local Board, Ciovarport.'Ky; This Assoolailon;Paya an Investor I8,Por Cent. Interest Ha ExtrAataawaM. ' d f' '"tr0 '' P088li.ro INVEST YOUR SAVINGS. ' ' 'i' oq .. l Breckenridge; News, WEDNESDAY. FEBUUAUY 5, 18ao. JNOrD. BABBAQE. 110t THERE i JJItO, PATTERSON, You claim that iho tariff on syenmoro, is $1 hemlock, whitewofx and per 1.000 feet. Very good, but let us look nt tho durability of the lumber obtained from nbovo named trees, nnd see what kind of a figaro this cuts in our argument. We find that sycamore decays rapidly, so as to make it unfit for building purposes. That hemlock 'is not esteemed from the fact that It splits obliquely and decays rapidly when exposed to tbe atmosphere. That pill boxes, mars, rugs, etc. are made from the bark and tho wood of either tho whitewood or the it not being used or even fit for building purposes Now, there is no demand for any of tbeso unless it be the whitenood and and as it is not used for building purposes it has no force in your favor. This far, then, your argument is thin nothingness. Iiut let us quote you a little farther. You say "clapboards of pine $2 per 1000, spruce $1 SO per 1,000, and all other articles of sawed lumber not elsewhere specified ?2 per 1,000 feet." Then we infer what yon say yourself, and we accept you as authority on the subject, that all the lumber exported from Canada into tho e, United States, with tbe exception of etc , 'pays a hemlock, duly of $2 per 1,000 feet. To this you agree in your last article. Now, we have shown why sycamore, hemlock, etc. haB no bearing in the case, and if you do not think our reasons nre sufficient you get some good work on properties of wood, etc., and post up a little. In looking up the chief limbers of which Canada largely exports, we find them lo be pini, beech, elm, nsb, maple, birch. Now, those timbers are valuable for building purposos and are not mentioned in the schedule you gavo us. So according to your own statement tbe tariff on them is $2 per bass-wood, bass-wood, bass-wood, syca-amorbass-woobass-wood, UtrrofjikSiienrMorRof tfce Otnm lot -- I.., SI. I A: T. Local Time On.rU. 0.59 a.m. Mall ami Express going East . West Express " East ' West " Exit Mixed it West be appointed for Kentucky tho nam of Col. Alfred Allen, of Hwrdlnsbure, hM been favoabja mentioned at VaskiJnfl6n for the Second District. White no official announcement has been made of his appointment, it la nlmost certain that it will be given him. The work will continue mmm.i V,U.HAnHAiEi 5 -- te ft 3 TIME TABU . mmu tfc Sj,. !.' ,-- i-- - Citllvr Mifes y Nellie Bly home aga(in, UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION 1 DISTRIBUTED. "Sjsssb ssssssfl 3S. Father Time out done. v. I sr 'ssssV. daily MckrT BOND!. 11,30 a.m.Lv 11.35 12.40 1.05 .11.23 a.m. 6.31 p.m. 9.56 p.m. ....11.23 n.m. - 9.59 a.m. about three months and the salary $1,000. is " r.u HAH.Y itrnrT. STATIONS. SUNDAY. Ar. 0.00 a.m Irvlngton.. 8.55 Irvlngton Junction 8.00 " Garfield- - TO OUK COltMESI'ONDENTS. news and get all the news and (7f From Dana's nothing but the news. Maxims in Journalism. Celebrated DEMOCRATIC TICKET?" For County Judge, Thos. AJkliion. For County Attorney, Jndgo Milton llonril. For County Clerk, J. K. Monarch. For Sheriff, J, S. DeJernetto. For County Sup't of Sehooli, Jag. W. Miller. For Jailer, John Slaton. For County Assessor, Len Caibman. For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly, For Coroner, W. 11. Pendleton. It is said that the new Chief Justice of Mr. John P. Haswell is convalescent. the new Slate of Dakota, Mr. C. H, Car-lis- s, r is only .11 years of age. Here In KenBeard k Beoler are offering some grand tucky a man at the age of 31 maybe made bargains now. tho Chief Justice of a Police Court, but Itiv. R B Cox is at home on a short for any office higher than that he must visit to bis family. bido bis lime. History shows that tho There has boen a number of cases of la people in nino cases out often take a man Grippe in town. with age in preference to ono with brains- Trncklaying on tho L , H. k W. has Chicago has added fo.OOO.OOO to her reached Rock Lick. Mr. Robert Smith has given his resisubscription fund for tfio World's Fair. This makes $10,000,000 in all that she haB dence a new iron roof, put up, which would indicate that she ia Prof, Scott left Monday for a short visit not to be outdone by New York wheu it to his home in Indiana. comes to laying up tho cash. Mrs. Lum Smith has been quite sick for several days with la Grippe. A TEnnmi.K calamity visited the houseMr. Brown Helm, of Stephensport, was hold of Secretary Tracy at Washington in town last Saturday and Sunday, last Monday morning, in the burning of All kinds of grass seeds and a large lot his house, in which his wife, daughter and French maid lost tbeir lives and he barely of Northern seed oats at Beard k Beeler'r. Highest prices paid for produce, nnd making good his escape. goods sold at the lowest price at Beard k Mn. Henry Watterson has left Louisville Beoler's. for a time lo deliver a series of lectures in Mr. Felix Monroe's son came up from the New England States. It is ropotted Owensboro last Saturday and remained that he will receive $10,000 for his work. here a day or two. The trustees have purchased a number A woman in South Carolina has a snake of street lamps for the town, and they are in her arm a foot long. But that's nothing; to be put up at once. mon often have onakes in tbeir boots sevMr. A. Wallace and Miss Fannie Smith eral times that length. were married at Garfield yesterday, Her. Mn. Charles S. Puyton, claiming to be from San Antonio, Texas, has just swindled several banks at MIddlesborongh out R. B Cox officiating. Mrs. Colgan came down from Webster last weak and will remain here some time, visiting her friends and relatives. Come and try a package of our coffer. A beautiful piece of table ware given with every package. Beard k Beeler. Miss Maggie Smith went to Bowleyvillo last Friday to secure a position as teacher in tbe Bethel school, near that place. A revival is in progress at tho M. E Church South. Rev, Cannon is assisting tbe pastor, Rev. G. Cox In the meeting. Will all the members of the choir nt tho M. E, Church South come out and assist This is an important in the singing? duty. Mr. J. H. Biddle, who has been here for soveral months past in the employ of k Co., left for Chicago last week, He will not return. McKinney wns given an examining trial beforo Judge Adkisson last Monday on the charge of cutting Obediah McQuady and held to bail in tbe sum of $250 Mr. Peyton Henderson was awarded $1,250 damages against the L., H. it W. railroad, in the county court last week, for tho right of way through his farm. Mr. Jolty Meador has rented, Mr. J. H. Lennin's properly on Main street. He has an idea of opening c drug store in the front room of the building. Tbe rear por tion will be occupied as a dwelling. The spring session of Prof. Shacklett's school opened last Monday with a large attendance A number of pupils came in from the country and more are expected next week. Mr, Sbacklelt is giving very general satisfaction as a teacher. Mr. James Sbarman has a room over Beard k Beeler's drug store. He will remain here several months, as bo has the contract for tho brick work on the new bank. Work on the bank building will begin in about two weeks. Mr. Jobn Wimp in his second suit against tbe L., II. k W. for right of way over his farm recovored a judgment for $2,400. This makes a total of $3 100 received by Mr. Wimp, but I understand he is not satisfied and favors an appeal. l,30r.u.Ar llarned tllardlnsburg 7.30 Lv. 7.09 a.m Nellie Bly beats him iiTa race around the World. " Her time 72 days, 6 hours, 11 minutes; -- Louisiana Stato Lottery Company. Incorporated by tho Legislature In 18C8, for Educational and Charitable purposes and Its franchise was made a part of the present State Constitution In 187V,by an' overwhelming popular vote. seconds. Just so, we are now excelling all our petitors in com- AttHHally, pla;e Sews I lake Juno and December, and lis OHANO Ninm.U HUiMHRH JIKAV 1NUS lake place on each of the other Sett moiilha In the year, and are all public, at drawn InNow Orleans the Academy I.a, of MhkIc, FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of lis Drawings, and Prompt payment of its prizes, Attested as follows t ITS MADDieTH UKAWINflS .V QUALITY AND PRICES You have heard the proverb "A dollar saved is a dollar made." We can make a dollar go as far as a dollar and dime go elsewhere, thus saving you ten dollars on every hundred you spend with us. " We do hereby ceri(fy that ve supervise the arrangements for all the Momthly and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana State, Lottery Comh'any, and jn person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and thai the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company la use this certficate, with fac' similes of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." COUNTY 110 ADS. An awakening on ihe subject of better ' county roads is observable nil over tbo Thero has beon an excess of country. railroad building and tbo crying want now is, good roads to reach tbo railway stations. Except in certain parts of ourState where turnpikes have been extensively built, a heavy loss is entailed irocfeding directly from bad roads. The wear and tear of wagons nnd teams is of itself an Incalculable The deep mud and gullies are protax hibitory for months etery year. Taken together, they exceed in lots, the expense needful to mako gscd roads. Turnpikes operated by private corporations are objectionable, by reason of tolls, and some of the counties in Kentucky are casting about for ways and means to buy tbom, and open tbem as free roads. In our county, our roads are getting worse and worse every year. The increased nnd increasing use of the roads wear tbem down to tl e clay and so cut them up, that they ore utterly inadequate to tlio wants of the people. The time has come when old methods must bo discarded, and now plans adopted. We cannot shut our eyes lo Ibis fact. The old cry of "cost to the county" must be thrown away. As well might we say we will quit eating because provisions cost money. What con v.e do? "Where there is a will thero is a way " Tho making of good roadb, no matter what they cost, will piy, nnd wo are just bound to go nt it. The sooner the better. The old snag tooth that swells up our jaws and lays uj up with pain and makes us disgusted with ourselves and all In the house with us, roust be pulled out. The longer we delay it, tbe worse for us Why not like sensible people look tbo question square in tho face and meet it at once ? Our present road system, everybody knows is of no account. If it answered in old times when our ancestors came from Virginia, it won't answer now, anymore than the does beside the railway train. It is to be hoped the legislature will abolish it and substitute something else The time has come to do it Heed. It is interesting at this juncture, just when there is such a contest in Congress, the Democratic minority contending against u Republican majority in tbo absenco of any rules unless the rules of the last Congress are in force until new rules are adopted, to note nn article in tbe January number of the North American Review, written by a Frenchmen, tbo Count Entile Keratry, entitled "A plea for $jE&&!3 J Xi y Oonmlsiieiicrs, I , If you could invest your money at 8 per cent, interest you would consider it an excellent investment, you would be glad to take 6 per cent, on a safe loan, and yet we are offering you goods every day at a cash saving of almost 10 per cent, and only ask a chance to demonstrate this fact. We the undersigned Banks and flanker1; will pay all Prises drawn in theLouis-iuncTSta- tc Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. K. PI. VAt,ITISIiK', X'rea. Louisiana JLANAUX, I'rct. State National Bank. A. ItAIiDWlN, I'rcn, Now Orleans National Uauk. C4Itli KOI1N Pre. Union National Bank. PII3KUE National Hank. hemlock, etc, on which there is a tariff of $1 per 1,000 is not used at all because it is useless, flow far are you from the place from which you started, Bro. Patterson ? 1,000 feet, while tho Rycamore, GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING of $13600 Republican party were a party of of decency and fair dealing It would put a respectable man as Speaker of the House of Congress. In the Academy of Music, NewOrleans Tuesday, February II, 1890. If the 160,000 Oex. Hardin and Mr. Langley. Tho fearful precedent set by both Houses of the General Assembly in permitting the fierce assault of Judge Jackson on Governor Buckncr to be read before the body, is already bearing its Iegitimato fruit. Attorney General Hardin furiouslv files at Mr. Langley, a member of tbe House. Many of the members who complacently heard tbe Executive tiraded against, now say that the communication is "an affront to the House," and proposed to inform the Attorney General accordingly. The boot is on the other leg now. It will be slow work to convince the average man that the Legislative department of tho Government should have greater immunity from this sort of thing than the mercurial l'oliou. Mercury Is oftea injudiciously used by quack dootors in casos o! malaria and blood Its after effect Is worse than the fiolson. D. D. D. (Botanlo Blood Balm) contains no mercury, but will eliminate mercurial poison from the system. Write to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa), for books of convincing proof of its curativo virtue. A. F. Britton, Jackson, Tenn., writes: "I caught malaria in Louisiana, nd when tbo fever at last broke, my system was saturatod with poison, and I had sores in my mouth and knots on my tongue. I got two bottles of 11. B. B., which healed my tong e and month and made a new man of mo." Wm. Richmond, of Atlanta, Oa., writes : "My wlfo could hardly see. Doctors called it syphilitic Iritis. Ker eyos were in a dreadful condition. Her appetite failed. She bad pain In her joints and bones. Ilcr kidneys were deranged also, and no one thought she could be curod. Dr. Uitlam recommended B. B. U., which sho used until her health was entirely restored," K. P. B. Jones, Atlanta, Oa., writes: "I was troubled with copper colored eruptions, loss of appetite, pain In back, aching joints debility, emaciation, loss of hair, sore throat, and great nervousness. B. B. B. put my system in fine condition." SPOT CASH. . CAPITAL I'KIZE OF $300,000..$300,000 GRAND PRIZE OF 100,000.. 100,000 ,1 ORAND PRIZE OF 60,000.. 0,000 1 LAROE PRIZES OF 25,000.. 25,000 3. LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000. 20,000 6,000 25,000 ' 5 PRIZES OF 1 Capital Prize, $300,000. Ticket nt Twenty Dollars tiach. Ilnveli S10: Quarters tft; Tenths 2; Twentieth $1. mot or rams. 1 25 100 ," " " ! Wm. Vest k 200 500 1,000.. 25,000 600 50,000 300 60,000 200.. 100,000 50.000 30,000 20.000 09.900 99.900 Sons. KY, ArrnoziUATioN 100 Prises of $500- - are 100 Prises of $300 are 100 Prises of$?00ar , frizes. 990 Frizes of 100 ar 999 PrUos of 100 ar 3,134 Tkbuixal Pbizks: CLOVERPORT, not entitled to terminal Prises. AGENTS Prists, amounting to $1,054,800 Note Tickets drawing Capital Prtics are WANTED. Tho legislature executive department allowed itself to be the sluice way thro' which the executive department of the Government was "affronted," by receiving Judge Jackson's communication, and thereby participated in casting contumely department of the Govupon a ernment which it is as much bound to protect in all its dignity, ns if tbo assaults were directed against tho legislature itself. Guv Hakvey, of Indiana, has been at Washington to urge Congress to pass the service pension bill. This bill, if passed, will cause a big raid on the treasury, as it will giyo a pension to every member of tbe Grand Army of the Republic throughout the United States. The Republicans, in the election of Harrison, promised all the soldiers a pension, and it was this yv SAVE MONEY, BUY YOUR OWN HOME I TAKE STOCK IN THC Louisville S aviUoapnOoili Co. CAPITAL Club rates, or any further information desired, write legibly to tbo undorsigned, clearly stating your residence, with State, County, Street and Number. Morerapld return mall delivery will be assured by your enclosing an Envelope bearing your full address, J2SFor LEGISLATIVE NOTfcS. Mr. Wortbnm's bill has passed tbe Senate, making it an offense punishable by a fine of from $50 to $200, or by imprisonment from one to six months, to go to any place where persons aro assembled for worship, instruction or amusement, or to any circus or public exhibition, or to the polls on an election day, carrying any concealed weapon oiber than an ordinary pocket knife, The House has concluded, in order to better understand ihe subject, to visit tbe branch penitentiary at Eddyville to personally inspect that institution before making any furtbor appropriation for its On Wednesday, February completion. 6th, they will adjourn for a few days and all tbe members go to Eddyville. Both Houses of tbe Legislature adjourned last Friday out of respect to tho memory of Col. Jobn Mason Brown. The House passed a bill appropriating $12 000 for necessary repairs on tbe penitentiary. A bill tl prevent turkey shooting for prizes throughout tbe State promptly met its death iu the House. The sureties on the bond of Stato Treasurer Sbarpe are said to be worth $500,000 They all reside at Lexington, Ky. The House Committee on Education has agreed to pass one general law. Th:s is to repeal Article viil, Section 9, of the general school in any school laws, which provides that before teaching a public or private school in any school house in tbe Stato tbe theacber must havo certificate from the Board of Examiners, "This is de sired for Iho relief of teachers in private schools. The House Committee upon Prison Investigation has held several sessions and heard testimony in regard to tbe treatment of convicts in tbe penitentiary. It is reported that tbe food supplied to the convict?, and other necessaries for their comfort has not been such as the law requires, Mr. Tice Jolly has introduced a bill in tbe House to establish the boundary lino between Breckenridgo and Hancock conn-tie- s. AUTHORIZED - 35,000,000. Oah amply supplied with railroads, having ono on the river been foreseen. border and another passing through the The Count is complaining of the United center of the county, to develop her timStates for not having proper ber and coal. It took many years of labor copy right laws, and charges that the dennd persistent appeals from our citizens feat of all elTorts heretofore has been beto secure the building of theso roads, but cause of the power of a minority to obthe good work was finally brought about. struct legislation desired by tho majority. Now thero is one other thing for us to do That the Chase bill which had been passed and that is to mako good wagon roads, reby tbe Senate was favored by a majority gardless of the cost. With good roads for of tbe House, but was defeated by tbe our farmers to travel over, tin prico of tyrannical obstruction of a single, member. lands would increase and there would bo a He further Bays, "In a speech which the better demand for them. present spenkcr, Mr. Heed, delivered in Maine this year, foreseeing his elevation Tin: Thomas bill before the Legislature, to that dignity, be stated that he intended which provides for the publication of to do everything in his power to bring school books by tbe Slate is not being inabout a revision of the rules, which have dorsed by tbe press or tbe people of the hitherto allowed fillibustering and ob Slate. In fact it is regarded as a very " Btructionist tactile. bad step to make a law giving the State Mr. Reed has been of It is evident that tbe exclusive privilege of publishing her the opinion heretofore, that rules are wrong own school By ibis means wo bonks. which give the opportunity to minorities would not get tbe best books, neither in Legislative bodies, to obstruct and dewould the prices on them be any less than lay the execution of the will of majorities, they aro at present. They have such a and that his action la the result of con- system iu Indiana, but it doein't work satviction rather than a present impulse to isfactorily. obtain party advantage. This may be true, yet from the beginThe Hartford Herald is booming Gen ning, such rules have been deemed saluSam Hill for Congress with a big B. It tary and required by tbe constitution. If did tbe same thing with Col. Walker a few an evil sometimes, yet they nre necessary years ago when ho was out for Congresin principle to prevent wild nnd frenzied sional honors. And, by tho way, because legislation and are sanctioned by all the the Breckenridge Domocracy found a man Tboy have been experience of the past. in that race whom they preferred to Mr. obnsrved and approved by all our great Walker, Hartford citizens became quite speakers from Muhlenburg, tbe first onp, indignant and charged us with treachery, down through tbo illustrious line to Mr. dishonesty and the like. An act to amond iho general Local Option law of tbe State will come beforo tbo Reed. Ilowaro of Oliitmetiu for Ciilurrli Senate for consideration Feby. 12th.' JOHN MASON DUO I'N Tbe Committee on Charitable InstituThut Contain Mercury, tions has agreed to report favorably, a bill will surely destroy the sense Th3 death of this distinguished gentle- As mercury appropriating $21,000 to bo expended on man, which occurred last week, has made of smell und completely derange the whole tho Stato Institute for tbe education of a profound impression. The high person- system when entering It through the mu- feeble minded children. al character of tbo man, added to his at- cus surfaces. Such articles should never Mr, Smith, of Madison, has introduced a tainments at tho bar and as a scholar, nre be used except on prescriptions from rep- bill which requires 60 per cent, of the physicians, as the damage they may utable fully appreciated by tho public, who sindo Is ten fold to the good you can possibly capital stock of all proposed banks to be cerely mourn his untimely death, in tbe paid up before their incorporation. lie derive from them, nail's Catarrh Cure, midst of his activity and usefulness manufactured by F. J. Chonoy k Co., Boomed" always ready tp devote his rare tiyrttn of Figs, and' clean abilities to tbo public benefit) Toledo? O., contains no mercury, and is Produced from the luxatlve and nutritaken internally, and acts directly npon tious juice of California figs, combined and never sought or held office tbe mucous surfaces of the system. .In with the medical virtues of plants known Lower Ilouso of liuvlncr Hall's Catarrh Cum lift mirntvnni to be most beneficial to the human system, Tub reading clerk of fbo get tbo genuine It is tokerrlnternnlly nets gontly on the kidneys, liver and bowCongress Is a Republican from" Vermont, and mado in Toledo, Ohio, by F, J, Choels, effectually cleansing the system, disand iho mperb slyfe in which he blunders noy k Co. pelling colds and headaches, and curing through tbe bills sent up o Ilia cferk " TSold by Druggists, 76 cents. habitual constipation. be read la said fo he amWEjc. desk to DurcKKMiiiMiK county is infr-nntion- copyright." The article was written in December last, and tbe present conflict could not have that won President Harrison's election. It is believed that the independent element of the Republicans will oppose the measure, however, which will leave tbe G. A R. boys in a bad shape. comt'Mijr la a mutual lonn aoclnlloti,or-gunl7.- nl fur tliaexrcM jiiiriM. offntUllug lis member, to ItiTctit tlalr inro earnings .nfcly ami nml to EroflUblj', building Ixirrmr iimnej- far tlio puriioso of tliclrown liumet. Tlie.harr. arc 8I0O rncli, ami rnt tlio liolilortt aJmli.loo fi-- anil U) cent, iter in on 111 tlirrfrifler. Ao toon as tlio money l until In, It U lomu-- 1 out to or u tockarcurlly members on of tlit Coiumny, anil begins to earn Internt. Instead uf receiving dividends, tlio alucklioldcr Is credited with profits, until u hut ho lias paid In, together with coiiiKund earnings, aiiiuuutii to SlflO per share, when lila etmk la matured, nml Is cashed by tho Company for Its face value. It It estimated that thin maturity will bo reached la about sovcu or eight years. Tho safest, most conservath and most profttahls of all mutual plans. Loans mada In tho order of application. No jriwlnir 1y lot and no blddlmr. Tho ratoof Inter est it uniform and low about what relit would If. Tho borrower, being also stockholder, lias lilt Interest largely offset by the profits. cash dividends are paid at 0 por cent, pet suaum, and tbo Bet I'ald.up stock, on which earnings our this aro credited to the stock. Fur full information apply to By ordinary leltcr, containing JlOKsr Oeuer issued by all Express Companies, New York Exchange. Draft or Postal Note. W ox CoiBEXcr sent us by Express of $5 or over. IMPORTANT. h.iii JD. A. BAUPIKIN. New OrlcaitH, I.ii., or IT1U A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D.O. , Address Mistered Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK. New Orleans, l,a, fJr REMEMBER that the paymont of all prizes is GUARANTEED By FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of Now Orleans, and the Tickets' are slgnod by the President of an Institution, whose chartered rights are recognised in tbe highest. Courts) therefore, beware of any imitations or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Tieket ISSUED BY US In any Drawing. Anything In our name offered for less that a Dollar is a swindle. j- GEORGE W. JOHNSTON, General Manager, Room 16 Tylor Building-- S. E. Corner Sixth and Main Streets. , FANCY GROCERIES AND - LOUISVILLE. KY. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. C1IA8. It. I.OSO, II. Y. SANDhltS, OSCAK VKNLKY JOHN W. KUKKN, JACOB IIOKItTZ, JCLirjB BAMBERGER, 1. M. CUM'. JOHN 1IKLMU8, W. U. HALIlEHAN, J. W. OAULIIKUT, ATTILLA COX, II. O. TftUMAN, J NO, C. STROTUER. r, . VMUKK, vt. B. vt uiunn, Da.mc, Treasurer. IUchasics' Simnci Bank kd Tarsr Co., Trustee. Citiicns' National 1G near in tbe future we think, as Mr. A. J. Thompson thinks of incorporating a company, and if you want to invest your surplus cash in such bonds come around. Tho correspondent from here last week was only joking about Ouaton being on a Wo don't know how she boom, she isn't. would stand such a thing, but say didn't we inform you in the bcginnini: that Ouaton was in the Held for her share of the trade, that's what we did and yon are likely not to have cause to forget it either. Mr. Robert Young, of Whito County.Ind. who has been visiting here sorao two months or more, died at tbe residence of his undo, Thomas Anderson, Friday morning Jan. 31st, of heart trouble. They sent a telegram to his parents Thursday morning that he was very low, but his Iluckleu's Arnica Salve did not arrive hero until Saturday Tbo best salvo in tbe world for cats father ulcers, salt rheum, fever morning. Mr. Youog started home with bruises, Bores sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, his son on tbe 7 o'clock train Saturday corns, and all skin eruptions, and positiveevening. Mr, Young happened to quite a ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It is misfortune in Louisville as he came in, he guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Price 26 cents per box, lost his money $90 in tbe hotel where ho money refunded. For sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., stopped. We haven't learned whether he and J. A. Witt, Hnrdinsburg, Ky. recovered bis money or not, his friends hero loaned him f 50 to pay their expenses GUSTON. homo. The railroad company has experienced a pretty tough time with tbe land owners between Sinking Creek and Irvington over the right of way question. But few, if any, of the people up thero gave tho right of way and the matter had to be Bettled by tho courts. Arbitrators wero appointed who fixed tho amount of compensation to be paid each of the contestants by the railroad company, but none of the parties accepted the amounts offered. The result has been a long and tedious trial of each case before a jury. , Numbers of witnesses have come from that country, besides several from Hardin and Meade counties. This has necessarily brought on a large bill of costs, with none of the cases as yet finally settled. We bave bad court here week after week, seemingly sufficient to have disposed of half tbe lands in the county, and yet there is another big case ahead. This business is costing somebody like smoke. CONFECTIONS I take this method of Informing the cttltens of Cloverport and vicinity, that I have opened a new stock of Very little plowing done yet. Wheat looks like it might bo April or May. Our little (own slowly but steadily Improving. Health of the community not so good la Gripo and measles, Among tbe new families that havo moved here in the last few weeks are Dr. Anderson, Stanley Smith nnd Mr. Osborne. Messrs A, J. Thompson and O. H. Mills are the popular live stock traders in this neck of tbe woods, and two more liberal gentleman are hard to find, Mr, Frank Osborne has rented tbo capacious store house of Mr. James Thompson, and has opened up a dry goods store of no small import. Mr, Onborno Is a new man to several of us, bo comes among us well recommended and we think he has struck the right place. A one hundred barrel Roller mill is very Well Mr. Editor we will ecrtainly bo one We of the contestants for a premium, havo our dollar ready and don't you forget it, our time expires in about three weeks and between now and then you shall have your dollar. Just a word or two of advice to the Brandenburg correspondent and that too with tbe best of feeling, say when you take the pains to como away out hero for items, writo us up correctly please, you repVoved the editor for misquoting your items, so you see as a general thing, to misrepresent, causes'more confusion than not to be represented at all, We don't suppose that you merely guessed at tbe woight of Joseph Mills' twins, however, guess work does very well when it hits. But a perion out side of this vicinage would uo more know the exact weight of the babies than' an oyster knows when the moon is full, Here Is what Joe and his most estimable lady saye about it, their total weight wro In the store house just vaoated by The debating society at Sandy Ilill, S. B. ADKISSON. which meets met Saturday I will beep on band a full line of Fancy night tbe 1 Inst., tbe subject for discussion Urocorles and Confectioneries, and will sell was affirmed that War was a greater Evil them as low as tbe lowest. Fresh new stock. Everything and anything you than Intemperance. Some of the speakers give me a call, sae my goods and need. Paso prices, were absent, those that spoke for the afC J. MURPHY. firmative were F. M, 0. Jolly, Davis Young Joe Ashcraft and Henry Ashcraft, those who spoke for tbe negative were Chris. STERHENSPORT. Ashcraft, Will Ashcraft, Will Basket and Frank Dayton; the judges were S. C Msasles is in town. Dowell, Ben Bewley and George RichardMrs. Taylor Hanks and Mrs. VT. Peltitt Tho debate was very interesting son. are on the sick list this week. throughout.there were three of the speakers Mr. McCans is quite ill at the' Bennett on each side at least that made the house fairly ring with their oratory. The judges House. He is thought to be in a precariJ rendered a unanimous dooision for the ous condition, negative side, and the cheering was not a Walter Moseloy is home from Owenssmall matter either in the affair, when Ihe boro for a few days. president announced that such was tbe Miss Ella Smith, of Uardiusburjr, was 'in fact. town last week. NOTEfl. Kobards, Blaiu k Cox aro fittin'up the Both tbe opening nnd closing songs largo brick near tbe river, preparatory to wero excellent, especially the closing one, Oiling it with a lare stock of spring Kood "The Hand Writing on tbe Wall." which they will sell cheap, of course. Tbe subject for discussion at tho next Mr Taylor Hanks beats the time on raeetiug is affirmed, that a stock law would shoes for quality variety and cheapness. be beneficial to the Stato of Kentucky. Mr. Archio Stiles, of this place, brought Chris Ashcraft is a hustler in a debate to his borao a fair bride n few days since, and you need not forget that either. from Winchester, Ky. They wero eduPreston and Charlie Kepqedy, Dr. Bew- cated at tho same deaf mute school in this ley and JUverott Jolly, of Irvington, were Stato. They brought with thorn many iu attendance elenant and costly presents received at i The Old Man. the weddinK. They seem very happy in their silent love. Call at F N D'Huy's jewolry store and A party of gentlemen from this seo tbo handsome gold watch to be given place contemplate going down tLe Missiippi to all our cash in advance and paid up on a hunting expedition. subscribers. Miss Mollio Clajcomb has applied for the school hero. We havo not nnccoed;d j in ODiainint; enough pupils to justify her in opening it, The Rev, Bruner delivered bis last serWhen Baby was sick, we garo her CastorU. mon here Sunday night, When sho was A Child, alio cried lor Costorla. Wboa she becamo MU,be clung to Caatorla. The man of physic is looking for a feast Wbca she had Children, slto gave tbem Cailorl. in the spring, and the probability Is ho will have it, for this warm rainy weather is sowing the Kerm of disease, which will develope with 5 little warm sunshine. semi-monthl- y, i H- 7 lbs. tbe boy weighing 8) and the ftlrl pounds. GROCERIES & CONFECTIONS Afcr - - . v' ., Zt omTTTTt "f I.IKJAL. DDLlZlJ31iCX2JrTXTT.J31 fc4falf -; MiinviTir.s. BO ."t M fi BRANDENBURG. to ' it li ' - " - " -- . i i Don (buy from McGinly; J. Is II ermii .iiunMfiiirini'jii' . w. . P.nogfenlto stlUolHcqjMMl xuurcii noxt .. tfic?. VaraRobtffBitma hrcht watchman nt llm ti Mehnq'sbops'. L.Jffr ' Mr. H. C. Rawlings aced and yeifhai a jarCQffiffiforngs County Judge. arrook bottom'prlojrfdr casb. "l p bo Neivs man was in town Mgpdar. "Mr, 11. CMUwlincU waii in the city lust - "' wtlck. k'ty ) t ' .ssn linn. Gun W tticlmrdson was in town Monday. . ' , ' is a candidato for $ vSM?' .Kb cSBra. I fg B2 fii i- f,4 John Blythe was much, better yesterday and is now in n fair way. to recover. I havo toothncli furniture And must sell and will sell fdr cashJ" L. Miller. W.' B. Garie was over at Lncbnia Bun- If vou want to aavo CO percent, call on day and Monday. J. I, Miller' and buy your furniture Mrs. M. II. Fontaine and son relurncd Both tlio method aud results wlin Try Veafa now California Heat Sugar from Holt Tuesday. Syrup of Pigs is taken ; it is pleasant pat up in nice bags 100 lbs. to a bag, Mr. Walter Fletcher, Muldraugh, was and refreshing to tho taste, and acts & suit of in town Saturday. ? rf youtcanbuy,,at4J.IiviMiJler,'B jgcn.tlyyotprompUyofi th Kidney?, Dorn, to tho wifo of Mr. Bddio Yeakel, Liver and .Bowels, cleanses tho ays- . The We may have it yet winter. tem cflectually, dispels colds, heada girl, last Sunday, grbund-hoi- l li no! ftljoKethonunreliftble. aches and fevers nnd cures haTiitUal Uncle Reuben Jories, of Tip Top, wa9 in constipation. Srub of Figs'is tho Fine furniture and cheap furniture, and town last Wednesday. only remedy of its kind ever prolarco stock to select Iroin at J.rl. Miller's. Misses Eflio Rawlings and Ina ,Mnl!n . r duced, pleasinc to tlia iasto and ac- - ' oust iook at mese prices i?.tu.uu uub aro very sick with la Grippe. , ccptablofto tho stomach, prompt in r J ife action andlrulvhcneficinlmifi a nrgitciftss Btntpmurniture uta.ii MII- - Born, to tho wife of1 Mr Jim Bland, ' e(Tects,Jpreparcd onmfrom tho most I here'fan't VroadieaJlnl to' tow that Sunday night, h ten pdund girl. healthy and "agrecaDld'suhstanccs, Mr. D. W. Lewis returned home Satur- passable for man or beast except the its many, excellent, qual ttics.com.-- , is.r , day night from his Southern trip J f pikou " mend it to. all 'and have, mado it Mr. Fi Ditto, sr., was down at bis old A communication from our old friend tho most popular, remedy kiwwn. homo for a few days last week. ' j is for Sale in 50c Amos was unavoidably crowded out this Spun, Dr. Dab n ey, of Louisville, was down to and 1 bottles by air leadingdrug- - week. i gislli'fnyJrcuabloldruggis't'wlj 'Workk Ul J, u. Noltea now houao is being see Mra. Dr. H. A. Ditto Sunday. on may not have it on hand will pro- - pushed right ajoni;, ...Jaa. Lewis is tha.cnn- Mr Phillip Sweetman, of Las Anias, whoeuro itiiroraptly Colo., is visiting at Mrs. John Hay's. wishes to; tryi ifcr., il)oinot accepts 1 & n , Monday was a general 1 iv ev. renroa ho npwlBaotist. minister ", any aubstitu f haB movedfinlolo'nelofJbrJDrown'8 new day with the numeroui candidates CAiSfibWAi FIQ WRUP C0. cottaKes. Miss Annio Guartney, ot Mauckport, a , t 8Afl fRANCISCJ, OAU. f f , cousin of Mr. Ed Guartney, died Sunday, LOUtSVIUE,.KY A raeetinc will be held at Hardiusbure . NzwroM, M.r. Monday, February 17th, to organize a Misses Addio G. and Julia E. Ditto aro in Louisville, visiting Mrs--, D. Wt Fair-IeigFOR CLERK CbUrlT 0FAPPEAL3. tHrTirtT ? 5 1 Plank cfossings tlie full width; of the Wo Bro aultoriicJio'iftBaounc'e 0 y " Mr. Clarence Parsons, of Louisville, was, GRORGE H, MADDEN; f I streetsareLcinc nut'down at alljthe!rail- , a . ns' a CindlJito for Clerk Coart 'of Appeal! rnun prnwiln?. rj t a i k the guest of Mrs. AC Ditto, jr.,. Long Branch fit wta .um.. at, .Subject joHhe action (of, DimocratlolBtiste j " .- 'The'1 largest and'best stoclrof furniture 'last week. (Convention, k 'I t r ,ever keptiriBreckenridgei.connly will be Misses Bettio Atwell and' Betiie HamilFORrJUDGECOURT, OFAPPEALS.f 'ftuniffti. Lt MilTer,8,-ton were tho guests of Miss Pearl Ditto ' We aro authot'licd to annqanco Messrs. Jeremiah T. Bates, of Mattlncly, last week. T tffJEtk'lidBERTS, and E. Ward Frank, ol McDaniels havo Mr, Bob Brnshear, of, Irvington (God's of the City of Louliville, as a candidata for country), spent. Saturday and Sunday with Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to the been granted""ponsion8. action of the Democratic party of thejThlrd ' R.,vL7Newom has purchased tbo house his family here. " 1 1 Appellate District. 1 and Iot'of Noah Green wait, onjOak street Mrs. R. U Moremcn, of Clove'rport, at - 1 & We are authorised to announce I between Third andFourth. 8 tended tho funeral of her uncle, Mr. Alan-Bo- n "jTJDSe JOSEPH LEWIS, Mbrcmcn. The only thing that is booming in this to the office of town is the News' subscription list, which aa a candidate for J, T. Ditto has shipped his bird dog to Judge of the Court of Appeals, subject to tho is increasing at the rate of fifiv a week. Kansas City to Mr. Will Cosby; one of the action of tho democratic party , ' l)e.8tar'MiUi V noV, utllfn the gas great sports of that city. jJonnjAHoakfurray l I f Jwm. k.jiiarnei, frora'the Cloverport'Mtnerall 1 well No. Mr. and Mrs. Mack 'Phillips lost X I CJo efjrtrt.il I If VMala'P"' n ;c wr . ." engineer says .. worKB in li. youugcat child from whooping cough their " r i Fri nuo u uick vamp mo MURRAY &. BARNES, a charm. day night. The child was about yenr ' 1 Cdunty court 'Monday, Good many pcpplo in town. ,, Mrs. Stella liughea.of Now Albany, was in town Saturday, 1...; Garments In Pnnta nnd Vests will go very cheap with us tins week and next, The trousers arc such ns nre left, from broken Suity fr,om which tho Coat alul Vest have been sold. The Vests arc mado up front ends left ovfir in our Tailoring Department, and rirc all first-clagoods. Wo made them up simply to give our Vest hands a odancQ to employ their spare time. Wc have 'oho Uiiiformc6'ftt on thtjsc Garments, and that only covefs cost. Persons in need of an extra Vest or pair of Pants will have no trouble to au.it fbcinsclvastfrom. our collection. Our stock of Suits and Overcoats for Men, boys and Children is being cut down considerably since wc lmve inaugurated our "reduced price" sale. Still, wo can always suit the customers in goods, fit and price. Give us a call, and remember our corner. ss OE3D I TzAl THE d.-vl- s -- yoix to John T ylcr Jattncs Mon II oc Jl George "V A isliingtott James A D ams Thomas J E Hereon Antlro W Johnson John Qu I ncy Atlams Cites Ter A. Arthur, Jk'njurjiin I (91 II nrrison e 1 Jnincs li U clmnan James S Monroe ! . Hi , (l ISO R. B. II A yes Fratilcli N Pierce t li WINTER & GS. "Old Reliable" tide to make two souls, happy,, and Bran- donburg hearing of tho fact went to the ladies' hoose that evening persuadod her that ho was the one entitled to bcr hand, and that night atolo her off, took bcr to a cousin and locked her up, until he could roturn to claim roa?h the clerk's office-anMr. Fowler went at the ber as his own. appointed time to niarry, but was told tbo lady went to Louisville and bad1 not ro turned. ii Ilurry I'uiiulnu;' Luck' IIIVCNt- - 'iln i Jarao S A. Garfield,, - ;jftii3 ' '"' n ' ' ofigs Cloiliiei-If -- in i Nate. Hi William II. II A'rrison Grovcr Clc V eland Andr E Abralia M Lincoln James K.PO Ik Mnrutin Va N Burcn Uly8S E s S. Grant .aohar Y Taylor " k S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. Clinrcit e r .m)i i " "" IJi.ni ' i nts -- hund-shaki- hv Pkesiiytbria!. Ciiuiion Sunday School every Sunday, 3.00 p, m. Preaching by Rev J. II. Morriaon each Sunday morning at 10.00. Tuesday nfght prayer meeting 7.30, by oflicers of tho ohurcb. Services at the Methodist church. Sundays 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., by the pastor. Sunday School Sunday 9:30 a. m., by Supt. A. A'. Simons. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p. m. IIev. W. C. Brandox, Pastor. r iil Take good advice, and trade with :o. , m is? SULZER'S Cioverpovt, Hin'ijiiii I af ' ... . - Kentucky. ? .: nicnt. , , i a (f : ,' d Vft" ' n T t-n- '' ' 1- - 4 "' Mi - ' .tW?, 3i V : N 3tf The machinery is being rapidly placed Mr. Edward E. Chambris, of Pittsburg position-Mn'thMachino shops nnd it Iventucky. won't be long until things will be humming and Miss Etta Miller wcro quietly darried by Rev. Morrison at the brides's home last down there. T. Tuesday. Sa'mpson ol old'was noted for his great 7 Messrs. John, Cox and G, A. Foote, of strength, poultry friend of Bewleyville, una Mr. Lura Crnycroft, of Is Gacter'a magic, chicken cholera HARDINSBURO, KY. Big Spring, were in town Monday attendJ H .ITOaice on Brick Corner. cure. Sold by 0. W.'Short. ing court. Vest has a new (lour mado under his The bird law was out lust Friday and REGKENRIDGErN'EWS. own brand called "Golden Patent" put up no mote molesting of tho sweet and innoin cotton sacks, which he guarantees to be cent quails by fireing guns at thorn until equal to any In tho market try a sack. the let of next October, FEBRUARY 5, 1890. WEDNESDAY, The natural gas well at Sebree is a Mr. Jim Montgomery, of E'town, and iff 'estiMr. Colgan, the Taffy Tolti man of Louin-vlll- e, Notice tlio label on your paper nutT ontaine 'pusher," 'The out-pco If your tlmqcxplrrfc tlitw niontti. mated at 1,,'OOO.fJqO feeV In twouty-fowere down booking after the Con' ; hours. The flame burns fifty feet high. t wellalaat Friday. ' solidated Gas Co-'' ' I'orBonul. ,1 .will pell, 1 do self pud' I hayoaoli), and F. M, Jopliu and Jim Mercer bought am going to Bell moro'aud cheaper furni- last week, principally in Meade eountyi J. L.Mlllcr went to I.outavllle Tuesday, ture than any manV'evef did' 'sell or1 ever 71 aged mules nt fin average price of $120, D. II. Murray wsnt to Lewisport Monday. will sell in this town or nny 'other town. tho total purchase amounting to $S,5'20, ' ' y ' Mr. Oco. Dean went to StcpUcnsport Bunday J. t? i(i)ler. E'own News. Hon. Tice Jolly returned to Frankfort MonMr. Graham Brown not long ngo The rank of Esqairo was conferred upday. a town lot in Pineville, paying $25 on Wra, Hall and 'J, ,McLary,an'd the rank J,! D. Itabbago went to Ilran'denlurg Bun-- 1 of Knight upon J, II. Lay, by Urocken- - per foot. The other day lib sold it for day., ridge Lodge No, 61,' K'. of P. '.this' city $15,000 profit. Mr. Brown was once a Chaa. Rledef;fof Holt, was In the city thti Monday night. young farmer near here. week. Mr. Chas. Bandy, of Webster, camu to Mrs. Darcua) Black died atStephenaport Ed Gregory goa to PInevIllo to Join the laat Friday. Bbe was GI years 6ld. (Four town Saturday after a coffin for Mrs. Len boom. chljdren suryWe. h'e MrJfJanrfor" Black, English. Mrs. English is Mrs. Buck KenMrs. Dr. 'Kennady' refurned to Loulaville of ilqlt ; Smith Blacky' of StephenBport ; dall's mother. She was well known here . Thursday, Henry Black and Mrs.- Susan Wbcady, of and her many friends aro sorry to hear of Rev. Mr.' Wolf, of'Cannolton, was In tho h'or death, ' city Sunday. Very soNy t3 hear of Mrs. Ford Mc- -i A handsome list bf new" subscribers was Mr. Jubal Hook, of Hardlnaburgj was i'n Gehee's death at Irvington last Sunday added ioour Hlreaily Jar'e, list at Brandentown Friday. night. She left a husband and aoyon burg last "Monday, i'he 'News la "very Moremvn returned from BranMrs. R. II. Mr. W, C, children to mourn her loss. popular up thero and it fs all due to pur denburg Sunday. McGel ee and w'ifo,,J. K". and W. M. Ditto Mr. U. V. Eanders, of LouUvlllo, was In very faithfnl and efficient correspondent and Miss Mattio McOehee from horo at Mr,J.T;DiCto.. the city Thursday, r tended her funeral-a- t the Washington ceme' ' ' 0. W. Moormari aud J. T. Sklllaian went tor ThoOlover Line Is" ;doiiig an' 'Imntenae tery. , , Louisville Monday, i freight business, Seyen and eight trains n One dollar will get yon this paper for Miss LaP.e Lallelit returned to school day pow is not unusuaj, , The. two newen onoyear and a chance nt tho drawing to at Sbolbyvllle Sunday.1 ' ' wheel engines have no' trouble' in hauling occur tome timo during (be year. A wagand forty loaded cars. Tho on, sewing machino, saddle, suit of clothes, Miss Mary Moorman resumed chargo of her thlrty-fi'v- e AfcCrackeos have struck a bonanza In the school at Skfllman Monday. a double barrol breech loading shot-gu' Mr. Jus. Q. Stephens, Jr., roturnod to his OloverLine. and a spotted "bird dog and a number? of borne In Tennesseo las week. , Thoconlrnct.foc the machinery for the .other useful articles will be given awav. Miss Ella Smith, of Hardlnsbnrg, spent a new roller mill at Addisdh has been let to I want all of tbo chances at the gun and few days in tho city thla week. an eastern firm. Mr. Morton who is to 'be the dog, aa I am fonder of using tbem Mr. Mortimer Pumphrey and ion, Marlon, the mauogcrls'nqw getting odt.the' titn-bo- rs than the others. Something I think has were in tho city Thursday and Friday. at his farm noar Rock Lick, where touched a tender spottabout you, Mr. Ed' Mesr., J. II. Lay; and J. Y. Jarretf, of they will be framed and shipped to the itor, to cause you (o give away these ar'Stephensp'ort, were in the city Monday. grbunds ready to bo pnt up. The mill will ticles. You bavo certainly changed, Messrs. Jim Lewis and Cbapeie Wathon, bf be ready for business by the tltno the new KIrtie Black and Jno. jWaleb, of LouisBrandenburg, were in the city Sunday. wheat comes in. ville, two lada of about K summers, armed Hon. Thos.uDltt'o, of Meade, la In the city, pistols, knives nnd fishing The Bobbin Factory enterprise jo be es- thomaolvus with the guest of his nlcoo, Mrs. J, D( Balbago. tackle one day last 'week, and ran off from tablished in this ciVfo.'a cerfatuty. The Adkl'sson, of Clirton-Millpaid Mr. machinery has all been purchased and the home. Th6 lads walked from Louisville KsWS olTlco a pleasant call last Saturday. the vyotViotpujUng vp the house will begin in here, arrived at Jimmie Ricketls (Kirti'e's (uncle) about 12 o'clock at night. They Dr. W. B, White, Jr., and .wife, of Tell a fw dqys. abait ten hands will be City, aro.vlsltlng bis father, Dr. W. B. White. In this enterprise besides it will caused their parents a great deal of unMrs. John S'rctt and daughter, of Skill-ma- n, give employment to a largo number of easiness until there whereabouts wus learned They had'starfed'out on a wild 'West are lilting Mr. and Mrs. K. M, Battles. men in the woods getting out timber. scouting expidition. Miss Florenco Lewia, who baa been visiting Evdry woman in ' this and adjoining Mr. Alanson Moremen, of Jefferson Mra.-SaMay, came homo Friday her couain, counties will want the handsome jjold couuty, died at his home last .. ..,, ., Wednesday inornIng.-- " "watcn" given away by tbn News. Remem morning. Ills remain were sent hero by Miss Kella Braahcar, of Union Star, la ber you all have a chance ladies by subboat Thursday night to be interred in tho apendlng tho week in tho city with relatives scribing and paying $1. If you haven't old family cemetery on Mr. Alonzo More-men- 's and frlenda. timo to come to town just send the $1 (his eon) plapo. Mr. Mpromen was Mr.' Joseph Casbm&'n,. of Union Star, was tin by your husband, your brother, your high-tone- d gentleman, and Saturday and enrolled his tamV on the BwectfieaTt or by mall', enclosing a two a venerable, town woll bolpvpd by all who knew rbjm. His Nkws list. Mr. Cash man says tho News la cent stamp for return of ticket mapy friends, as 'weij as his Jqmjly,, will lndiapenciblo in bia family. A negro tramp was found dead under mourn ho loss of so great and good man, Ror. Samuel T. Bates, a formor resident of Creok trestle last Saturday He was 87 yettra, old, his death1, being the Cloverport, la in the city this week, He the Otter cnurcu baturday morning, $22 CO in cash was found .sewed result of old age. He loaves a wife 70 prcachod at thp Preabytertan He jbad been tramping years old to jurvire'htra. up in.bis coat. vnig'ht indiSunllay mornlngind at thc Mfth-.odlaround the neighborhood for several days, V1 Sunday night'. cburch Mr. fa tej, Braqdenburg, and. !&Ir. Johri , 'i j t X I 1M ' J begging 'or something to' eat' and claimed Fowler objajned jicpnsa laat r. wek to marry 'Frank Beavln went to1 Cecllllan 'Colloge to he hard of hearing. It ia houghA Miss, YJIiiIh Grimes, of Grahaaipton, laat Saturday to arcept a poaltlou aa teacher crossing the trestle the engine ran upori ,Brandenbiyrg got outiliceaso to in that inatltution. Mr. Beavln ia a model in mUrr Miss, nnd knocked hint Virginia Grimes hr.d Mr1. youug man, a good aoholar and we aro glad him boforo he knew it FowloY fo marry off, He was very old and decrepiJ. Mis Pinkie Grimes, any way' they w'ero that he baa seoured a good position. 'orie and the aaiue, mrt o't lcp6wp, by Ibd, llardlnstnrg and Clovcrport Attorneys Dr. J. sttlLaAV- - jT old. , in o BAKER, .Physician and Surgeon, -- of a rollo from Stcpheneport, a town on Iho Ohio river and li., St. L. A T. It. It., consist. Ing of 146 iiproi. Tino fruit and stock farm with flvo never fidllng tpringa on it. 'Iho Im proralums provements consist of ono framo dwolllng 'There in no humbug about our uouso of flvo rooms, stnblo barn. Ihey all go without money nnd without r Also plenty of good fruit ofnnd tobacco kinds. nonrly nil price to our paid up subscribers Which can bo bought for $1.2511 $500 cash in hand nnd Ibrco years timo on tho remainder. (MllDNKR HAWKINS. Apylyto Harry Fanning, who cleared $16,000 on an investment of $1 n little pver a month ngo in the Louisiana State Lottery, is .attending to his business aa strictly as ever, and instead of squandering tbo mCney wliich enme so easily Is going to use it to good purpose. Ho kept tlio inaltor to himself nnd told no'one of his great good fortune, but quietly sont his coupon forward for collection by Wells, Fargo & Co., aud in less than ten days ho had his money counted out to him over their counter in bright $20 pieces Stockton (Cal ) Independent, December 15. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persona having claims oealnst tho cs tato ol Joiopn Miller, deceased, aro hereby uotlQod to rrcsorU them nronorlv nroven to mo 6n or lofofo tho 1st drfy of Fobrunry, 18'JO, or they will be forever barred. JAS. K. CIIAl'IN, Adm'r - -- " RYANT & STRATTON Business College .".' ' vrsSt - ,.", ..., .r. .... "" NOTICE 1 FARM FOR SALE. , thrco-fourl- In Drockcnridjjo County, Ky to-d- ay um FOR SALE NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! to purify the foulest water. Purlfyillfl Can be put in by anybody and is never out of repair. Any child cair. iosc tbem. Will force watci to .in Buckeye Force Pumps for Deep Wells. part of the bouse or surroundings. Either kind guaranteed to give satisfaction. Write foi pi ice on these or any kind of Building Material. Can make shipments promptly to any point. PUMP 3 GISTRRNS OR Pumps guanutloart Bucket ron rtoolc Keeping, Short JlnnJ, Trlegraphu, irritofkir UiHatoyue mt full information. afYlB 1 9 I I C RiT ff (UOOJlO V iSalnESifj l V B Cl "WRKLxS at ur i ' a The undersigned will receive until NOW IN CLOVERPORT. I will tnnko Photographs any kind or stylo. February 15th, bids for such Cabinet, Card, Daisy or Tintypes at roasonable as may bo wanted of the prlcos. Also largo work of any kind or style. Knlargoments mado from old pictures and $20,000 bonds of Clovcrport, framed for $2.50 I also mnko Crayon Porto, scpuue location pf Maissued traits. llalnj; eighteen years cxpcricnco in chino Shops. IN of the City of FMdD(D(ErIRARDIia: or CLOVERPORT. W. W. BROOKS, R. J. BASSET & BRO., Lbl TCHFIELP, KY. tmmmmmlmmmmmm&m OVERCOATS! you need now, or at any time in the you should call at Witt's. lie's marked them near future, way down and they aro bound to go, Ilia motto is never to carry goods over from one season to another. Thoy must go at some price. So hero's your opportunity lo get an Overcoat very cheap. You must take the cash along iho' to get it or its equivalent, Produce. Ho alo has a large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter Ifitsan Overcoat Mechanics Savings Bank & Trust Col, Louisville, Ky. pur-chus- cd Photography, I will try to tnako Photoa or nny other work to plcaao ono and nil. (Jlvo me a call, Now locntod over MARTIN 'ti DIIUU STOItK. Ciororpott, Ky. Printers' Ink A JOUlltfAL Von adwhtiSkiis. s. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC ' n Issued weekly, and ia tho representative journal tho trado journal of American 'advor-ttserFine Hotel Property It lodicnlts (o the Inoxpcrienced hilvui-ttt- cr Public Hall and a Large Warehouse for how, when, and whero ho ahouid advor-tis-e Handling Tobaoco. In a Thriving write an advertisement; how to , j bow to display ono; whai nowapapora to uao; bow uuph Little Town. that he says must go along with the Overcoats. Ho has money to o'jtpend in fact, discourses on every cut the price on these goods.und they must leave. Hut this pont that admits of profitablo discussion. Ad- A Splendid Opportunity I'or A I.lvo vertising ia an art praotlcod by many but advertisement don't tell the story near so well as the goods Mini. Sold ois Kuy Toriim, by fow. Tho conduotora of Printers' Ou the 8th day of February, lfe'JO, aa and prices, so it is best that you sec them, Call early and of thacatato bf Mc. II. Meador, doo'd. Ink understand it, and their advico ia based on bidder, tho remainder avoid the rush. I an experience of moro than tnontyfivo ycara of1 will aqll to tbo blghost II, Meador, deo'd. tho real ostato of Mo. in plaeipg advertising, contraoti for luony of t One Hotel and StorcliOUio combined, good tho largost and ln"t successful advertisers. A barn'altd garden belonging to same. A One largo Hall over tho school liouso. year's subscription ooata but ,two dollars i sain-pl- o And largo ,Varebouso for handling tobaooo. : copiea Free.1 Addreaa Dig Spring Is a'good point for buying (obacoo. a io. p, iiowbll t- co., AH tlio aDOve'properiy is in goou conaiuon Nowspapor Advertising Bureau, andl must bavo approved socurlty for the abovojpropertyi 10 Spruco St. New York. Ono tract of land 1 'A Piiies Kast of Dig Spring, on tho Elizab'ptlitown and Dig Spring road, containing 110 acres. . Brockonridgo Circuit Court. One tract of land South of Dig Spring on tho Leltchfleld road, cotitalnlng 10U acres. HIcUard K, Penlck, &o. ) I'lalntlfT One tract of land 3 miles West of DIgSprlqg Notlpe in va and tontalnliig 200 acres. ' INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Defendants. Penlck, Jito. ) m. $. Ono tract of land 4 roller AVest of Dig Sirring All persons bavlpg olalma against tlio esadjoining Mra Spires' nhd tho old McCan's tate or Peter B. Ponlok, deceased, aro hereby farm, containing 120 acres. The abovo propnotified to produco their olalma boforo the unerty will positely bo sold on that day and m P. r dersigned Commissioner at his ofilco in i r- 1 any one wanting to purchase will find It to proven, on or beforo the first their Interest and adrantago to bo prosent. properly A 75. rd day of March, 181)0. oash and tho remainder in iTerms, (1 iron under my band as Master Conimia-xionPrlco, $18.00 at Factory, ono and two years, with I) per cent, interest t Cash vita Order. V 1 1 Kt- rof the, Ilreckenridgo Circuit Court, tills frum date. l Jl 1 (1l Ni E. VT. JONES, tho drat day of Fobrunry; 1800. S. O. MAUN, Kxocator. V. O. IJRbbajro, M. C. 11. 0. O. Auctioneer. V It AUjgWWs ftile UNDERWEAR Wldc-a-wak- o - J. A. WITT, "X. i Hardinsburg, Ky, mwmmmmmmmmffl&mBi - a 11 one-thi- No. rjrst-Clas- &5&&imMr$i&00 --Ik er ' , L,. Breckonrldga Circuit Court. s, ed m , ") rialntllT A. M. DeJornotto, Adm'r , Notlco inEn.'y t vs J Defendants, Ellen Whealley and others All'perions bating olalma against tho of John C. Whoatloy, deceased, nro herer by noUflod to produce their aald clMma beforO tbaundoralgpod Cowmlsiloner nt hlaf .ofllce In Hardlnabijrg, properly proven, on or boforo the . firat day of Maroh, 18UK. Given undor my hand aa Master Coioinii- or the Iirookenrldga Ciroult Court, thia aloner latday of .February, )BP, Vfa, Uabbuge, M. C. 11. 0. ii, RAUTIOI bottom, ili-ul- ir tho cnaairocto) fuaory, ciicIobIiic mUurOaod ynco. nnies; 5Sii anonnnmn una on mo cniinot "Ily.J0 otlBHU' tilniiiDCfi Strictly I II w S Warranted. Allhocond Orowtli Wckury. Stool Axlca and Tiros. Low llont Scut Arms. rorfectly Balanced, Long, Kasy Hiding, Oil Tcmporcd Spring. ' XMJSl All UYCr, lvni tTUUVlBUIlU ii IF YOU CAN'T FIND THRM FOR SALK BY YOUE MERCHANTS, WRITE US. V l fcfcUtt dj N r if Wanted. 2.000,000 ntckory Spokes. 500,000 feet Hickory lumber. 500,000 feet Oak lumber. 100,000 Cords of lllokory Butts. For 'dimensions and prices, address. OWEKSnitOHO Wiiiki. Co. For Sale. 550 acres of land, in ono mila of Webster Station, L St. L. & T, railroad. In community, in jjood slate of cultivatioi cliurclies, gebools and shops convonicnt, Address, T, B. IlKsiJKiiaoK, Webster, Ky. ul .Breckenritlge Circuit Court. Thomaa F. Sattorncld J el 4 t hit Notice inEq'y J Defendant. Milton M. TaU, ie otheraAll piiraoha having claima against tho estate) of A. Ii. Simtfnl'decen'ieu', are lieVoby ntlnoil to rlrodUce their olalma herore tno unacntignc Commlaatoner, properly proven at hi offioo III lUrdiusburg, op or borore tha first day of March, 1800. i Given under my hand aa Master Comtnia alonor of thajIUeclienrldKa Pircuit Court, this llrat day omb'ruarr, 1890. f V. U. Ilabbigo, M, C, B. C. P, - "; '; Jc otiicraf l'lalntlff ' GREGORY & CO., Headqunrt,ora for ZJPPINCOTTS AtAGAZlNE, . W. L. DOUGLAS Reapers and Mowers, SHOE Ornln and Creeds $3 ralfi Heavy Lnccd ceNtlcmcn. Grain Drill, Fer'ilircr, Cement, Vine moor Witerprori. 1l.it lit 4ln. iviuLI. Vtnmtnn lila HUOK. M.H OKNIIIVK ;.(rO M1N1MKWKII WKI.THMOK. IIANI-NKWKn Mich- T? Jl $oftce. I Or you aro all worn out, really uaoL to rwililBij it la generul debility. Tnr . 3iUOWJi'U IKUM Jim-JUiayou. and Klve a goojl aptlto. SoM It vUl U all dcawn lii toedlcluo, iHf FOR. DYSl'IH'HIA Uio Hrevra'a Iron llltteri. Physicians recommend It. All dealers keep it, tl.00 per bottle. Ocanlno k aud crossed red lines on wrapper. baa trade-ucat- It 'iflunf '.clerk. ,(M..ontloeq vere, very i!eq'idedriyaij ,pf aHipa tbq hand of tb,lady. lMr,rPawlor came in ono day and procured tho necessary nr- - fVf' All fierabns'lBdebterf W' Mrf. C, Ha (Toy, lira hereby notlfilHu ebrno furnard and 'settle lit oaco, either by eah Or note: CmhfiraTened,' , u .Mas. o, u.HJiiriT ' n iritnniiviimj.n'n Lee. f liita HMden CongreM, Button aod nunnn. All 1.10 8HOM OS. igan Plaster, Salt, LI mo, Coal Oil by tbo Barrel, Plaster Hair, in itttlf, Jt wat iHdud a thought fo frixt an eittlr Hovtli tack numitr. AW a thorl nouUttt, but a hug- story tuck at you art used t get in took form and ,y front one dollar to on dollar and a halffor. Not only that, hut with each number you get an abundance of other- tontrtbutiont, which rats you a go4 magatint besides tAe novel. I The ringing blows have bom struck on Uilth iti (smUhU, is a library tafy uih-ic- Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Uaodlos, Pino Flooring kept on hand, Orders accompanied, by caab prompt ly tilled. ya thrgatUMy of fibular favor, Am throughout the entire land, and toll's Magutlnt sUndt V M monthly fulllcatfrnt, and is to-d- rHude1 Llbpin " fmi& tkJ .s irt- -i WK MI88KH.' teorld. For full tteHttftivt Henow your euWcriptlona prbrnpllyaHd1 got a ticket In our Oram) Gift Distribution Bbwmer & Hambleton. LIPPINCOTTS MA0A7 $3 oo fer year. 95 TheublisUer of this, , tumrittion, ." ' ' " tk ikjaA. Meuma.tisrti, ,1 Rj stent. X SrUilir&TOtHr mport. Fpnisojhtirm, fty,, Jan. 1.1; A, v ing ol toe citizens of Fleniiugs'ntrg, CRISP" OTITOEKSATIONS: meet- Yffi. dlNYLER SEX. doings of namTT. n. tiMJJuuuMWjaauaiA v tjurjujuujaaaaoaaaaaa of creed, held til the Baptist - firlll in lll I1I0O.I intnrMtrffoKtllullv chinch, Klciuingsburg, Ky,,; Knlurdny riirctimLtiio iiso nr Ayor'a fcjursatwv rU1iay3Biii5fioJnSol AyfrVi ffutlflu Oj Dlilht, Januarj; li, iptl, whs called to or-nthortPhnifJ tnk8 Intlll tli? tjoNonoii' ubyJofmW.Joflin Willilrajj. Fjml ncldCWllroflftjjly SxTtelleif ftfiii .flu was elected OhsJrman, and 15. Dudley testimony ; "Aliotit two ycnrs njo, after nit fieri iir for nearly two yenrs from rlioitiwitlc Kotit, Itoliic ablti to walk only with grunt discomfort, nnil having tried various remedies, including mineral wafers, without relief, I haw liy an advertisement in a Chicago paper that a man had liocn rollovcd of this distressing coin plaint, nfter long MifTorlng, hy taking Ayor'a Sarsnparllla. I then decided to mako a trial of this medicine, and took it regularly for eight months, and am pleased to stato that it has effected a complete cure, I liavo since hod no of tho disease." Mrs. It. Irving Dodgo, 110 West 135th st., Now York, "Ono year ago iAvai taken ill with inflammatory rhcumathm, holtig to my house six months. I camo out of tho sickness very much no appctlto, and myRjstem disordered In every wav. I commenced mlng Ayer'H Sarsaparllla and hegnn to Improve at once, gaining in strength ntul soon recovering my usunl health. I cannot say too much In jiralKO of this n medicine." Mrs. I A. Hlark, Nashua, N. II ro-tn- rn con-linrioblll-inteil.wl- th well-know- Wo rtialtPiice attention to tlil . Secretary lion. V. r Ilendri ok moved tho appointment of a committee of twenty-on- e to draft resolutions expressive ol the seme of the meeting, ns to tho slanderous reports Which havo found their way itito the public prints in regnrd to the observance Motion of the Week ol the Prayer here. adopted. The Committee unanimously agreed to tho following report, which was adopted by the unanimous voto of the hnust : Wiikrkar, Thero have appeared in tho past few days dispatches and communications from this city, purporting to give an account of mutt scandalous conduct by the ministers and people of tbe different denominations of evangelical Christians in this city while assembled in a union meeting for observance of tho Week of I'rayer ami, Wiikrkas, Tho good cltliens of our city, irrespective of creed or belief, have been outfaced and Inconsed beyond oxpresslon by tho base slander thus circulated thro' tbe public prints j In justico to the Christian people of Flemiogsburg, bo It lltmhrd, That tho following statement of l, facts bo forwarded to tho Lexington Tr.inscrlpt and Cincinnati Post for publication : The Prodestant denominations represented here, are tbe Methodist Episcopal Church, South, ltev. John Ilceves, pastor tho Christ-IaJ. W. Mcdarvey, Jr., pastor j tho Presbyterian, Key. Jns. P. Uendrick, D. D., pastor) and the Unptlet, II. M. llabb, pastor. The piston and the pooplc of these congregations have united in tbe observance of the Week of Prayer, the services being held alternately In the house of worship of each denomination. Each service has been largely, at tended, nnd tbo utmost Christian courtesy and goodwill, not to say brotherly love, have characterised each meeting, beginning at tho Methodist church, on Sundvy night, January 5, and closing nt tbo Dnptlst cburcb, Saturday That there has never night, January 11 tut ween been the slIgbtostdlscoLr a or any of these pastors and their respective denominations, but, on tbo contrary, the spirit ef unity and fraternal goodwill has charactcriz ed the respective denomination, pastors nnd people alike to a marked degree. Courier-Journa1 n, Ayer's Sarsaparilla, riUCFAntD BT Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Matt. Price $1, als bottles, $& Worth J s bottle. Breckenridge News A lliililileil I.ocnmomc. An old lias been St Louts since the colored man named House, who in the employ of the Louisville, and Texas Railroad Company completion of the road into this city, serving the greater portion of tho time as watchman, resigned bis position several days ago, and nothing couldlnducc him to continue in the service about the To innfce tho lirfdfgo ncrosftlfotJtiHsIf Mmc. Carnot, wife of Hie picsldent of cJmhpol will cost 3 J, 400,000. Fiance, la Bald to bo the best drospd and TI10 Btnto of Kentucky lono siicnT ntost'chnrifdblo woman in Paris. !fi,ovu,uinj tor education jnsi year. 'No ono wears more gorgeous diamonds InVWashlngton than Mrs. Morton, and Tlicro nro onin nvcrogo 20C pigocr umciniiy ki'ih hi every urrrnaii lonress. her jnnnnef is most engaglngnnd cordial. Miss Nlcol.il, of Baltimore, Iins'n pure It It reported Unit wer l.fiOO letters werp mailed from Vnswr cttllego in one tenor voice with n double' register. day recently. Tlicro havo been only two similar cases On tlio luxurious express trains now n known in America. Mrs. Amelia Bloompr is now four score stenographer nnd typewriter nro cnrrleil, so tlmt business men may attend to tlieJr years nnd ten, and for the pastithirty years alio has worn what sho calls the correspondence en route. The roof of tho Now York hospital "draggle skirt" of conventionality. Miss Allco Sanger, the president's tyie-writbuilding Is to lmvo u garde"? probably inclosed in glass, vvliero patients can enand stenographer, is able to taka joy tho cool breezes that blow over tlio a shorthand dictation at tho rato of 200 housetops. Hero tlicro will bo flowers, words n minute. Her spelling is Bald to be absolutely jicrfect. plants, an nquariutn, seats and ham mocks. Fran Louise Schmidt, of the Royal During tho recent floodi nt Anaheim, Court ihentrc, Stuttgart, recently comof a century of Cub, every hummock was swarming pleted her with hares and rabbits Hint wcro driven uninterrupted engagements with that house. Sho mado her debut In 1814, befrom tlio plains. They were slaughtered hy thousands hy boys and men, who used ing then 0 years old. sticks, and when tired of tho sport would Mrs. Custer, widow of tho gallant genrun tlio poor beasts off their dry places eral, is said to bo n woman absolutely Into tho raging waters. without fear. Sho used to nceompnny A branch of mistletoe kept in the her husband wherover ho would allow houso during the wholo year bilnga luck her to go during his campaigns, nn'd her to the household, so French pcoplo think. fondness for out-- of door life has never Many housewives consider it ns irupor-- ; left her. taot as the 'unrig of palm blessed on' Mrs. Harrison lias been obliged to givo Pulm Sunday, und accordingly enor- up all rending nnd china painting. To a mous quantities of mistletoe nro oent to friend sho is reported tohavo said: "Tlio tho Purls markets, chiefly from Norletters of, tho pcoplo make mo thosluvo mandy. of my pen, I meet tho mall with a Everybody smokes In Japan. Tho budget of letters. Wrlto ns briefly as I pipes hold a llttlo wad of flno cut tobac- can, it is impossible for 1110 to get my co ns big as n pea. It is fired, and the writing tnblo cleared." smoker takes ono long whiff, blowing; Lady Roberts, tho wifo of the commatho smoke in n cloud from his mouth nder-in-chief in India, has been ennnd noso. Tho ladles lmvo pipes with gaged in promoting n remarknblo work, longer stems than tho men, nnd t one supplementing in 11 great degrco tho inof them wishes to show n gentleman a efficient measures of tho military authorspecial mark of favor she lights her ities. Sho provides a fund for tlio train pipe, takes half n whiff, hands it to him ing nnd equipment of nurses for tho and lets him finish out tho whiff. soldiers' hospitals for tho wholo of India. or three-quarters Tlio eniprcsa of Russia has just been presented with n Circassian national costume by the wealthy Princess Gussa-rovvThis maguificenl tlrcsa Includes n pointed cap of black velvet, shot with gold nnd edged with a btoad border of nllver embroidery. The empress of Germany has cent n number of magnificent dolls, witli com plcto trousseaux of silks, satins and cloth of gold, all of tho most expensive nnd claborato description, to tho Prlnccs Hnily, 0 years old, and fuvorito daughter of tlio sultan of Turkoy. Tho cost of these toys was upward of $0,000. Tho new king of Portugal la bo short In stnturo that when ho Is photographed with his queen, who Is exceedingly tall, ho invarhtbly makes her sit down while ho stands up. But ono picture has been taken of tho royal couplo on their feet, nnd then the king wns mounted on a footstool, which was artfully concealed by tho qucon's train. Tho lata Empress Augusta, liko the wifo of Wendell Phillips, wns extremely fond of hand organ music, nnd not only frequently encouraged organ grinders to play before tho palace, but also had sov-crbroken down mu?lclnns on her pension list. It is said that sho left n bequest for tho erection of a houso of refuge for incapacitated itinerant performers. Emperor William of tiermuny has n man servant who comes In for his master's cost oil clothes. Itecently tho valet ventured to suggest that a certain coat which wns still In active servlco belonged to him by reason of Us age. "What Is its market valuer" nsked tho emperor. "Threo dollars," replied tho valet. "I liko tho coat," remarked tho emperor. "Hero, take threo dollars and leavo me nl j r Wh&ifl M m .. J ssssH " lsssssl ssssssssssb im W I I SSSSSSSSSSSW.1 MB isssH 1 l V J V I sH sssssssssV WZ1Z1. sssV KJL sssss . stl.k" 1fl.V W MJutF ifiL. ft ssssW. ssL BasssisK.'ssssssassssV sLssssssV J MM LM m r rmL " siSM sssjs K M r lHL sH t H ssH sbbbWTMi v " ' - v ' CasteriA Is Dr. gBatl Tilokw't all, UrssJess. smd. sjalck.tmre Jfer iMfiusf swd ChgetrMiV C 1 I si tTwyrtor ts) Cantor' Oil, Paxagorto Nree tid gyrati. ry to Castaria. .Mil" Haas of Mothers Mess CftetorU. hm y wisiona cure Colic, constipation i " I recommend Outorin for children's Hour Btoinach, Dtarrhaia, Eructation: complaints, as superior toriDy proscription P t a'fo aids digestion t koqwntomo." JI. A. Abcrcr, JL D.. Without narcoUo stupcacUon. Ill So. Oxford Bt., Jtrooklvn, K.Y. Tits Ctn'rivn CoarixY, 7T Murray BU, 'Jf eyf York. ( ' i. - r- - ' ' n tTT. r : i ff! . ODERBACKEE, 9ILM0KE & CO.. Ti1 Wholesale Grocers f , 31 6s 321 Ml&Sx. St., LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FILLING ORDERS. the garment," FULTON AVI. MEWERY, E3 vaaa-s-villd- J THE GENTLER SEX, Mrs. Langtry owns 130 ncres of land in Utah. Miss Laura Jean Llbboy, tho story writer, receives $150 a week from n Now York paper. "Mrs. Margaret Arnold, who claims to bo 1 12 years old, is believed to bo tho oldest woman in Ohio. Secretary Blaine's daughters nro excellent housekeepers and perhaps tho most skilled needlewomen in Washington. Mmc. Bonnparto Ratozzi, tho granddaughter of Luclen Bonaparte, is now 70 years of age, but is still a woman of fascinating presence and great charm of manner. Clara Barton, tho famous philanthropist, is a good shot witli either rifle or shotgun. She has been seen to bring down two prairie chickens from tho first flush of tlio covoy. It has been stated that Miss Amelia B. Edvvmds was tho first woman to receive tho title of LL. D. Sho jecelvcd it about four years ago. But Maria Mitchell was mado an LL. D. in 1852, nnd Mrs. C. W. Dall in 1877. Lydla Bacon, of Sudbury, Mass., who has just been cut off In tho primo of her 103d year, attributed her longovity to hard work, plenty of exercise, plain living nnd reading enough to keep the mind in pneo with the body's vigor. NOVELTIES IN MEN YOU HEAR OF. MEN YOU HEAR OF. jurds at night. The old man tells a clear straigbtlorvard story concerning sights and sounds , about the premises, which caused him to leave his position to some one with more nerve in the presence ofapooke, House tells about the mysterious ringing of the hell on one ol the in the jnrd a few niuhts ago Sttlil he "I was doing some work near where engino No. 10.1 was standing, when 1 I looked lieatd the hell tap twice. nround, and seeing nothing turned to resume my work. 1 bad scarcely commenced when I was again startled by three more loud taps of tbn bell on the engine, nnd looking around I saw something that fairly look tbo kinks out of tny liuir. In nnd Mr. Gladstono keeps nix private secre- 'I'lic Ttow UUriiver' . eib ol the engine I saw a white (orro, winch sppeared to be peering out of the lookout window, the eyes looked almost like balls of fire I could not move to save my life, and it seemed ns if tho terrible looking object was looking lor mo It remained a few seconds and then d'sap-ptareNo no, boss, ycu can't get me to no such sights acatn A white fireman, who was, present at the tune the colored man wns telling the story, said that he also heard the bell ring but saw nothing of tho apparation described by House. Ue also stales that the engineer on the locomotive a few nights previous that on his trip Ironi Louisville to this city somo white object in human firm crossed over the engine near Long's t rossing, which caused the engineer to stop his engine in fright Henderson Ky , Spec St Louis at tl.i- d. tiu-kl- e Globc-Pcnocr- You have heard jour friends and neigh bors talking about it. You may yourself be one of the many who know from personal experience just how good a thing is. If you have ever ttied it, you nre ono of its staunch friends, because the wonderful thing about it is, that when once given a trial, Dr. Kings New Discovery ever after holds a place in the house. If you have novel used it nnd should bo afllicted with a cough, cold or any Throat, Lung or Chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and L'ive it a fuir 1ri.1l It is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial Bottles V. Short's, Cloverport, Freo at G Ky , and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. nor Buekner Tho Truth that is to say, tbe Louif- ville Truth is a thing from which Judge children. Price 25 centa. should prayerfully wish to be The ill effects from imprudent enling Jackson saved Governor Buekner made ntt the may nt nil times be prevented, and tbe dysptpsia foresialled by the timely use of slightest imputation on tbe pe'sonal or private character of Judge Jackson It Lixador. was not in question The subject of tbe tn A vv fur TriiKi-il)at llavvruvillo. Governor's criticitm wns an cffisial act' William 0: Carllou was'sbot and killed done in an official capacity and from tbe last Thursday evening by Judge Murray bench. With that the Governor was con Urovvn, Major of this city Tbe tragedy corned, nnd it was his duty, as he undei-stoit, to lay the matter before the Legwas the result of on old feud It seems that some time during the early part of islature The reply ol Judue Jackson, it is to be last Spring that tbe Judge, with a slight regretted, was more bitter, and in the line provocation, ordered Carlton ofTliis premof a raging man's spleen, than his best ises The latter has been hungry for refriends must have wished. But his cause venge ever since the Judge so grossly inwill be utterly overthrown if he, or his sulted him, He wns not courageous enough to attack tho delegale person of friends indulge in personal attacks on the tbo Judge and last Thursday evening be Governor, or if tbey do not nt once and could control himself uo longer He made finally compel the stoppage of the attacks .. .. ,. 1 in Truth or openly disavow them. n.. mu oU.r.l, uii u -- uuu urunuru II uimun oeionging Tbe question in which tho public is in to the aforesaid official and was busily engaged in barking the apple trees when terested, is tho truth or falsity of the Brown emerged from the rear door of his cbnrftes made by the Governor in his mesresidence nnd gave Carlton tbe contents sage. That question ennnnt be settled by atof two barrels of a breech-loadin- g shotgun Carlton expired before tbe smoke tacks on private life, and concerning matCovof the weapon had cleared away. Ud to ters of occurrence many years ago tho present writing, Brown has not been ington Commonwealth. arrested. Wo. G. Carlton was born in IN A BAD BOX. Monroe, La. He was a goat, commonly known as Billie, and the property of Capt TI10 1'llKht or 11 l.niiimiuiiii (Jciitlo- J W Carlton. Hawesvillo Herald Illllll IIn i.omiiM Illk Fllltrur Nllllk " od 1 To prevent the diseases of babyhood from attacking your child, use in time Dr Hull's Baby Syrup, the best remedy for SuWt. What Simon said line caused many a e. heart to The spectacle of Judge! and Hailroad Preside! ts sending n '0 the Legislature communicitions attack iog the message ol a Governor is nove' and evidences that some one is badly hurt. The Louisvillo Truth with a sincere disregard for tbe virtues and coinplimeotal atMEN OF LETTERS. tractions and belongings ol its name, feels Accotding toSir Edwin Arnold, Edgar compelled in defense of Judge Jncksor, A. Poo and Joaquin Miller aro tho two to attack the ptivate character ol Goverwiggle-waggler hat Simon per. D'Albert, tho pianist, is a strict vegetal ian and eats nu enormous number of apples. Dr. McGlynn says that ho would rather bo burned at tho stnko than retract ono word ho has over uttered. Rev. John Jasper, the Richmond negro preacher, lias repeated his "Do Sun Do Move" sermon 175 times. Perhaps tho lato Walker Blaine's most striking characteristic wns his unfailing good nature. Nobody ever know hitu to lose his temper. Edison's head is unusually large nnd his forehead remarkably broad. His head Is set on a thick neck, und the shoulders below aro bioad und strong. Gayarre, the lato Spanish tenor, left 4,000,000 francs. His funeral at Madrid brought tho wholo population to tho streets. His funeral car was covered with lloweis. Tho lato John Goldcilc Blanchet was collector of customs ut Quebec and of tho Canadian parliament. He was nt ono timo tho president of tlio Lewis and Kennebec railway. during tho past year amount to 800,000. Postmaster General "Wnnamnker was oiico proprietor and editor of a news-p-a taries nt work. Lord Napier, who died of tho grippe recently, was a distinguished soldier. Low Wallace is very fond of good fiction. His fuvorito novel is "Ivanhoc." Tho legacies bequeathed to tho pope Mr. Jowph Jefferson received $12,000 for his autobiography, Mr. Parncll's favorito diversion is Bald to bo running a scroll saw. Professor Tucker, of Andovcr, is said to limit tho original thinkers of Ameiica to three, Jonathan Edvvmds, Dcujnmin Franklin nnd Nathaniel Hawthorne. Mr. Spurgcon, nddresslng tho readers of his latest liook of sermons, concludes by signing himself "Yours, at the end of thirty-fiv- e volumes, most gratefully, O. II. Spurgcon." Ilerr Possart, tho German actor, stepping 011 tho stago, bends his body forward until it forms u right nnglo with his legs, shakes his head vigorously und then stands up straight again. Governor Brackctt, of Massachusetts, is very fond of tlio theatre. Ho attends every noted performance in Boston. Ho assumes an air of statuesquo rcposo In ills box, nut w very generous tn ins applause. Tho late nenry W. Grady wns a great raconteur. Ho wns a muster of dialect, and was never afraid of giving n good story plenty of coloiing. It was considered a remarknblo thing in tho offlco of Tlio Atlanta Constitution if a week went by without il new yarn from Grady His stories wcro always witty hut iicvoi vulgar, Gavarre, the famous tenor who has just died in Madrid, could sing nil tho most difficult tenor roles with perfect ease, but in tho high notes his volco had a metallic ring, wjiich hindered ills success in 1101 thorn Europe. Tho Madrllo-no- s were truo to him to the Inst, nnd will givo him n magnificent tomb nt Maplcsou called Gayarro tho "demon tenor," becnuso ho could sing Pain-peluna. warn No. 144 Third St., tl Brewers anBtije EaicL of; Messrs. Gregory AfUliI Mlm 'Uo., Ageitts, Cloverportj Ky H. W. HERNDON & CO., bo-fo- re Proiliiee&fleiieralCoiiiiiloii r r MBECHAITTS. Lotjisvlde, Ky OlUND CHltlSTJIAS 30H' JEWELS. American poets who aro sure tolivo forever. The gravo of Robert Browning has been dug close to the fiont of Chaucer's monument, and exactly between it and the monument of Cowley In Westminster Abbey. Mf(kMWtus9cll Is now such nn moved about in a bath fjjffiidoea not prevent him from bcinrroiioof tho most industiiotis liter. ary men in England. Oliver Wendell Holmes lias taken to a peculiar course of life. Ho always at tho saino hour, cats dinner in the middle of tho day and wulks at least two miles every twenty-fou- r hours. Mux O'Rell, who has spent some time In Ireland, sayst "I havo often been asked why I havo not written a book on Ireland. Tho answer is this: I liko to wrlto on the faults of people, and I never could find any in the Irishman." Swinburne, the poet, is a great pedestrian, taking a "constitutional" every day on tlio roads around Ills homo at Putney Hill, England. Ho never wears an overcoat and dispenses with gloves when tho weather wjll permit re-tii- everything. RICH IN YEARS. SOME ORIGINS. Envelopes were first used in 1830. Tho first steel pen was mado In 1830. Tiic first air pump was mado in 1050. The first lucifer match was mado in 1820. Tlio first Iron steamship was 1830. built in II V "For ay eur I was afllicted with a horrible case of blood poison, and upwards ol fivo months of that time I was unable to do work of any kind. My finger nails enmo off, nnd my hair dropped out, leaving my head as clean and smooth ns if it had been shaved. I consulted tho best local physicians, nnd Bpent hundreds of dollars for medicines of different kinds, but without receiving the slightest benefit. I was advised finally to visit Hot Springs. This I did, but becoming disgusted with the treatment I was receiving there, commenced laklng Swifi's Specific (3. S. S ) lie Hid a Wooing- tiu. 1'bo efTect that S 8. S. had on me was Jfe wof ed her with tnlgbt and ho wooed her truly wonderful. I commenced to recovwith main, er after taking tbe first bottle, and by tho win her a flections he couldn't; lint tlmo I had taken twelve bottles I was enr For the more that ho wooed this her action tlrely cured cufed by Swift's Specific made plain (S. S. Jjwben (be d ilot Tbo more, beanlcti dreature, sLe wouldn't, Springs bad failed, Washington Post. "W. 8. Loomih, Sbreveporl, La." "' A"l 8, 8. 8. is entirely a vegetable remedy ; Dr. Mendenball experimented for fifteen .years beforne was cpnviqccd.tbat ho had contains no Mercury, Polasb, or any minperfectol.in "C. G C. Certain Cough eral or poison. We have u comploto treat-Jse.Blood and Skin Diseases, which will Cure" tbe best rcmejVon earth for be moiled free to those who will send us nqd Colds, Sold by 0 W. Short, Coughs their address, Snbscrlbefor the BitEOKEKtunoK News, SWIM' Hl'KCIKIC CO , Atlanta, On. J te world-renowneon 'J'lio rirut Mc, Perhaps jou are run down, can't eat enn't sleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, nnd you wonder what ails you. You should heed tbe warning you are tnking I he first stop into Nervous Prostration. You need a nerve tonic, and in Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring jour nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Surprising results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your oppe-petireturns, ijood digestion is restored, and tho Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price COc. nt G, W. Snort's, Clovcrpott, Ky., and J A Win's, Hordinsbarg, Ky. and llulr. The following is an extract from a letter written by Mr. Wra. S. Loomts, of Shroye-por- t, Ln , under dale of September lflth, 1888: Ships wcro first "copper bottomed" in 1783. The first use of a locomotlvo was in 1810. Tlio first steamboat plied tho Hudson In 1807. Tho first horso railroad was built in 1820-2- Tlio first newspaper advertisement appeared 1052. Tlio first watches wcro mado in in 1477. TJ13 first sawmaker's anvil was brought to America In 1810. Cottago Hearth. Nur-enibu- rg Modern jioets enjoy longevity. Brown-ir- g 'lived to bo 77. Wordsworth, Bryant, Emerson and Longfellow were old men. Tho lato Abner Nash, 100 years old, of Harrington, Me,, was n veteran of tho war of 1812 and fought in all its principal battles. A family at West Bethel, Me., consists of a couple 85 and 80 years of ago respectively, who livo aiono .and do most of their work. But they do not lack for music or excitement thoy keep fifteen pet cats. Tho later Usobris Siaton, of Fuyetto county, Ga., was a rcmarkabla man in many respects. Ho wns 81 years old and had lived In tho samo houso for sixty-on- o years. By his first wifo ho had seventeen children, nnd by his second fifteen. Around his bedsido when ho died wcro seventeen of his nineteen living children. He had grandchildren toonu-mciou- s to mention. Moses Dalton, of Rye, says an Exeter (Muss.) letter, was a very peculiar man. Ho novcr man led, but always lived by himself, doing his own housowork. At ono tlmo ho furnished butter to families In Poitemouth, which ho mndo without any help. Ho novcr rodo In the cars in his lifo. To his stater, who lived about half a milo from his houso, ho was very much attached, and always visited her onco u day, uo matter how rough tho weather. "I Dernier CrJ.M Tho latest slangf Yes, but you mustn't call it that. In conversation it's "lo dcrnlor cri.' You abhor a "pretty dress," you wear "a fetching gown," your hat with its blackbirds upon it is not "stylish," it is "swagger," and you are not acquainted with fashionable people, but know all the "swells." You no longer hato a man, but you simply "don't liko lilm a little bit." You nro not in society, but "in tho swim," and nothing succeeds, but it "gocn." You don't cry when a friend goes away, but you announce that you oro "weak enough to blubber." What would our grandmothers havo soldi Louisvillo Courier-Journal Gold skates studded with precious stones make seasonable queen chain clinrms. A small brilliant held between tho claws of an oxidized silver crab forms n new scarf holder. A lawn tenuis racquet with accompanying balls, represented in gold, nro now mado into cuff links. A plain bucklo of diamonds, tho cross-piec- e being composed of rubies, forms tho decoration of a very nttractlvo gold bracelet. A novelty in moonstono ornaments is a queen chain pendant, ball shaped, which consists entirely of small balls of this now popular Btone. Threo moonstono heads surrounded by diminutive gold balls and representing n threo leaf clover, tho stalk forming tho frame, is n. lace pin of hundsomo appearance. A new whim in tho prevailing tasto for odd jovvelry is shown in n bracelet of small polished gold squares, half of which nro of white gold with a small diamond mounted in tlio center. Jeweler's Weekly. APHORISMS. or wWU chiUrtx'M "Tit brlrktril if maftuirui.'' bpncgritld Republican. X 3Irri l'air THE HEW YORK FASHION FIVE GREAT ERIALS i'ltlCE 60 CENTS. ''- l THAT BOY QID- - By William O. Stodllr BunscuiiTioN 8.1.00 run Yuan. dard. Young and old vvillfollowGideon's adventures and his sister's on their father's Tns cnnirnii numdeii containa acres with laughter and breathless interest. A MAGNIFICENT CHIIOJIO BUPPLKM I'.NT Or HEADY! DOUBLE NUJUinn THE NEW SENIOR, AT ANDOVER. By Herbert S. Ward. A serial pf school-lif"THE SONS OP THE VIKINGS." By HJalmar right-dow- MKISSONIEIVS rjIIEAT PAlNTIfiH, e infamous Andovcr our Rucbv. The boys, the professors, the lodgings, the fun. n Hjorth Boyesen. A jolly story of modem Norse boys. "It It thn lending fnnliloti )iilileaInii on thU BONY AND BAN, one of the best of the continent, and la no doubt theclieii-t.7'iino Huu, Mary Hartwell Catherwood serials. Mont of the SEALED ORDERS. By Charles RemPlates In lint IVuii nre ington Talbot. An amusing adventuro Issued nliiiiiltiuipoiil) In NEW YOIHC AND PAltH story of " wet sheets and a flowing sea." " "FltlEDLAND: 1807," Itcpresentlnir Nnpoleon nt the zenith or Ills cforj-a-t the l!nltlof (rledland. From theorlKlmtl lilct-n- r nowln the MetiopntltnnJWiitwiini of Ait, Kew Yoilr, for which $05,000 n f re paid utthe fmnoiis Btawnrt sale. t;I :i Black. Six practical and amusing articles. First of 4 series of THE C1IMSTJIA8 NUMIIKIl IS SUPr.HIli.Y ILLUHlltATEU. graphic North Carolina character sketches A ItKAUTirUL COLOHED WINTEIt IMSHION by Margaret Sidney. PI.A'IE, TALES OF OLD ACADIE. Twelve AWtiLi.ArTcovEttpi.ATr.oKcniLnm:.vs powerful true stories by Grace Dean wiNiKit suns. McLeod, a Canadian author, The plnten nnd cnit) vltijrsi coiitalnrd In thlx ' THE WILL AND THE WAY STO- liiiinber eniliniofl RIES. By Tesslo Benton Fremont. Lveni.no aNr Ball CosTitmw, WiNirnOvKiinAii- About men ana women who did great things MKNTS, VlMTINO AND ItKCKrTMS (JOW.NS, W'lN- in the face of seeming impossibilities. ; Trn ani Hath', Ht'iis ron (low CONFESSIONS OF AN AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER. Hy Alexander It It the most complete iwrliHlk'itl fnr Diem iimKris n the wot Id, nnd the Min- -t ltfipiiliir FhhIi ion Magflzlue for mother and lnniHuf inuilllen LUCY PERVEAR. THE PUK-WUDJIE- S. Tlio funny Indian Fairy Folk. ByLJ.Bridg-ma- n. AND Thcto is no disputo managed without a passion, and yet thero Is senrco a disputo worth a passion. To arrive at perfection n man should have very sincere friends or invctcrato enemies, becauso ho would bo made sensible of lits good or ill conduct either by tho censures of the one or tho admonitions of tho others. No enjoyment, however Inconsiderable, is confined to tho present moment. A man Is tho happier for lifo from having mndo oncO an ngreeablo tour, or lived for any length of tlmo with pleasant people, or enjoyed any considerable interval of innocent pleasure. Not to return ono good office for another is inhuman, but to return evil for good is diubollcal. There aro too many even of this sort, who tho more they ovvo tho more they hate. Thero is nothing more dangerous than to oblige people, for when thoy aro conscious of not paying tho debt thoy wish tho credt. itor out of tho way. St. Louis Globe-Democra- Twelve 8TOIIIKH DV LETClaflln. 3inS. ALEXANDEIt, JOHNSTHAaB WINTHFt, JlR Vf. V. KORIHS, EltCKMAKN'Cim'RlAK, TWELVE SCHOOL AND PLAYA new story by the nnthori of " Ill GROUND TALES. The first will be Wedded continued nnd n splendidly lllustinted Wife." BUSINESS OPENINGS FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN. A down really helpful papers by Sallle Joy White. TERS. more DAISY-PATT- Y flltll.8, CAPUI, ClIATH,' Cl'IAKH, vViiato, Jacsktu, Mdstk, ANI CfN. " tuhks ron aix NKVT OcoatiintvJi, PATTKns, rrp. By Mrs. " LAMBKIN; Was Ho a Hero or a Prig?" by Howard Pyle,the artist taPostaTcard Votc Christmas Btory, entitled and CxihViiut. "JIM.O.TIIE-wm- . 3 Charlotte M. Vail. Delu W. Lyman. Tralllng-Arbutuslleiekiah Ilutterworth. GoldonMargftrot. James C. Purdjr, Posrtry'B Bullot. Kate Upton Clark. SHORT STORIES sifted from thousands t Santa Clans on a Voijetablo Oart. Illjano. WiQiam Preston Olu. How Tom Jumped n Mine. Mrs. 11. F, Thoirip-ooStickner, Tho Kun of Snow-shoLieut, r.V lUmoau Polly-n- t the . o n, Hook-kltcho- n. Bow Simeon and Sancho Panza, Helped Seward. Tbo tho Revolution. Mus Rnky L. a Waited. Difficulties of a Darllnff. " Ono Good Turn." Harriet PtckoU Spoilord. ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES, noYtltlei: Dolls of Ho tod Women. MltsKUlev Seward. An How to Build a Military Bnow-For- t. nld West Pointer. How the Cossacks Play PolO. Madame de Melsiner. All Around ft P. iremont. Homo Frontlor Fort. Lieut. ', Lummlt, Charles F. Of Ramona. A Rabbit Joaquin Miller, JaponOBO Flght-lng- r Round-Dj. 1). Ilcmadon, V. S. N. Indian Kttos. Base-BaPlayers. K. L.Sloaneof ''The Hampton Indian Nine." A Party lu a ChlnoBo Pal aco. . R. Sddmore, p, The DAZAnEdltoiial Department la full of brlKht articles by various contrlbiitoni. Mws. Btowkix has an Interestlnir nrtlcla on Nmlila tnr niiriat inas, MnalJavAii has nn nrtlclq on Elizabeth llarrett Drowning. All the recular department are repiece vtiiii cnoice and aeaaonable rending matter, JIna. Auok Waijceu wi Itei; I am a dress- maker, and I have bowtht Tins New York Fashion JJAzan every month for the post four jeara I could not do without It, The fashions are the ery latest," NOW 18 THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! Price $9 CO a Year. Clit-oin- GASTRONOMICAL TID BITS. Rubber Tree Culture. Tho Mexican government has granted a Your lltlltons or Ancestor. concession for rubber tree culture in tho stato Did you ever tldnk how many mala and female ancestors were required to bring you of Oaxaca, laying three centa per troo plantInto tha world 1 First, it was necessary that; ed, and permitting tho freo entranco of all you should have a father and mother. That needed machinery and appliances. Tho must plant 1,000,000 trees the makes two human being. Each of them year, and must havo had a father and mother. That first15,000,000 each succeeding year 1,030,000 aro planted. A company with males four more human bolngs. Again, each till of thorn miat havo bad a father and mother, a capital of $1,000,000 is to bo organized to making eight more human beings. 80 on we carry this concession into effect Six years are required for tlio rubber troo to come to go back to the time of Jesus Christ, flfty-etx- , generations. Tho calculation, thus resulting maturity, after which the yield of rubber is steady. Now York Telegram. shows that lB9,2a5,017,480,6W,07QhJrtaijnust have taken placo, to bring you tntothI world A Peculiar Superstition. you vtjio read theso llncsl' .All this since, Superstitious people believe that children tho birth of CbrUt not Ince tbo beginning of lime. According to Proctor, If rpiu a born early oil tha morning of Sept. 20 will bo single pair, for C.OOayoara, oath husband and under some strange influence all their lives. wife bad worried, nt iit, years ongo.rod there The closest conjunction on record of the bad been no deaths, tha population of tlio planets of Mars and Saturn took place, and at band that the occur-reac- o earth would bo 2.1D0J13 .followed, by 141 Venus wj to could almost be called a triple coajuao ciphers. H would I eqtilro fjo hold "this jopu-latlo- n n number ol world thoslMof, tlih, tioa. The evsnt could sot b observed ie Psaasylvaalsr but the stars could be seen at equal to 3,lvH),K followed hy lia ciphers. The huuiaa mfnd shrinks in coutcmpktlng 4 o'clock Jutt above the borlsoa la clM oeisv sucu Immense numbers. St. Louis Republic. suunloa. PUtakspbl iUeeriL Spinach croquetcs aro a delicacy. A California beet weighed 151 pounds. A machlno has been invented for buttering bread. Spoon dinners nnd high teas aro tho leading fads. A "bread trust" is buying up tho bakeries In London. Green com is daily supplied to San Francisco hotels. Hotel Mail. KleitrJcIty In an Indian l'uluce. Porhaps no more significant ovldonco of tho onward march of civilization could bo nfforded than tho lighting by electricity of tho palaco of guikwar of Ba roda in India, that, too, on a scalo of unstinting splendor. Tho interior la lit with 215 sixteen candlo power incandescent lights. Tho largo hall Is illuminated with two Jnrgo tvvelvo light electroliers, mado In bronzo und lacquered work, while tho light Is softened nnd diffused by dioptric shades. Slnglo lights are also pendent from tho ends of tho columns of tho gallery. In tho numerous rooms aro threo and our light electro-- . Hers, mndo in a variety of designs to suit tho Burroundlngs. Chicago Times. 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