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XIV. nptM(l .1.1.. i ft '" ifi CLOVERPOET, 666r with a spring. That roIUeiiew. ! .KENTU-diKSi'""-"- 1 Iim -- ' ''' WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY '"" 12, 189Q: NO. 29. Whaf is "" r . ... . s i? '"'W'miUs. .7 Iltt .'.I al Tliongli In this world I'vo met with Etrtfo, Pvo learned what truo domestic bliss I,-- ., '"th MEN YOU HEAR, OF. CRISP CONDENSATIONS. IfrrrrwwiriirrrrrrtrmnrKrMMMMMWiTrrvrrrn -- S'lfVji'rt Chp&i&fiurei K. J'-- . mi- I let it close Itself." Such was tho sign that greeted tho eyes XS, Paul . "' rjf,.a ccr.tafn, stared nt Nqtuo tho othpr morning. It him from thp of-lSly way In llfo I Rouehtito make, door, oft t), vcrur?ratlvo BtranKcrbn ' ' ' 'A'n(lK6lfklahfl,VAtealIliflnwlio'tuNeiho had called on "strictly nut lost It all through a 3Ilss.Tnko, .iffhati'tlib buslncsaJmd prbveh sat I , Though I ias ivarnbJ by, n MU1 aivhijri isfactory was palpablo by tlio frown upon And' when a pretty maid I wooed, Nemo's brow. As ho gazed at tho legend, I studied courtship on a science, it occurred to him that tho author of Dut fear my love was Miss Construed, Because she feared a Miss Alliance. has been exceedingly curt In histroat- jHifnt of hiifWpJf? "Another thought nlso Then WMIss PaJcSffTas a tlJrfi32l occurred to hlirFsimultancously. MIssfTrust my ffftrf step purtwwJg?, Ho And lfio'cr Uiiiaaptiugg thotlobrf Inserting his head and Twasnomo that Miss Chief had been brew shoulders. In?. "Patci t Bpriner. ch?" ho Innuircd of tlio 8 iMIss that next broJpht moo (rrlrf ( ! , J CU'rt bus: noss maiii Jlit fT-- ITU! UUl UiJIU WU3 U illlbtl tt UHllTit ' lir ,w.as tno responsive b uir. 7 'ly3 Wa.ijaBfl fbtunb who,, the thief, H Although In this 'tis not iny plan Tim ninglo gentle sex to cvnsurc, TU truo my troubles flrt began lllM'XilVchtnrH. . All through u oJrtiltl co bust-iiQss.- it 1 1 f A . , '"' . dollars worth! or chickens die everyM'ear from Clol "MV'inH'mbre fatal to chickens than vail other diseases .combine'd.MBut the discoveiy of a rerniidy' xhabpost'tively Aires it has been mddej atjd 'td.rJe'btn-'- s vinced of its efficacy onlv'requires a ' ThoinHf ' b.i 'I , ucii mo iviien snort qi casu, many a topic Who saw my plans toiwed Miss Carry, iAAl lokt'I hbould'eet MJss An'Tliroplcj I fled with Miss Kry t6 marry. .... t ilf .1 eato the koAnI t . fi .... .ii work?" ' , ! I .' Now since i ' l'Wne'('i:KoDorMiis'Oulrfei.,, I've settled down in life. Jams in Miss Hup linro I confided, For who Is culded by n ylfp I). '.) XV. "" '" !i)tye, I dee. Nbrel 'dontrlvh'nbb'. i Iralr, truly llowdoes'tho" "Well,' don't hold tho door open' all lay." MV.Closea ,1 "It's a patent." , ' J ; fine f anteed. If, aftcMiEi'ngitwo'thirds' of" sAm&fim& Jnndretf,chjckensjjilfc is guarA' f,Tof)ii ;i i. Hi'' MAHOMETAN'S LAST ..f-ttrw McCourt In l'lonper Press '"! closo itself" itself f eh? -- Then' Why don't it coino'lnor1 ' iMlBayillori'Hidldlt REQUEST. '! .I" polo-cUe- satisfied with if MWChiclien ""Ch6leVd, return ifto Hie jjnfsigrled r, i. I ;a bottle; the" btiyerf f s'ntf t Hhtfroifgnly WW .11.'. i.Jm I i ? ' . 1.1 JKXe.rP.prt. Ky COUGH 'TVITH t Or. "77". . :'mWSrm rfiammmBmf k mqnds t,hat superilu9us! larticlcs should po,sold.,uutot byuctjon. One ia not to go rouutlwitb flnscll tliem, lestbby1 ..... form tlio subject 6i joko aud purasers I imMrM'i 'XMmMmVMmWMrrt WKMtE0Pjtla drrve,1 (olh.r whh.bar l.rs1 uitdfw'b'rds'Jiad'and Unbecoming. Tlio nltubl. llu.odlou.ehal.l Humitle. Tlio. Mnlpl.i.ii wU .Ntfwhb'rf ahliiials hrryto bo 6iild'at;tf just lb. w.rk u tb. w.ub. an (M..1 AUwbacUI-'j(- too iprlcopburnS ivgftVda:theso lie'also-haa Dxddolitoihow whitwaieml Toafo thOM fHcnda..aii.lrhtMirta.ilUtfUs.btUITD1MhAt.lW.rrlull laT.lubIliil.ruf lu.wbUhbsMi forTc.nwk.niioc.iUrttd, I terribjofcaritliati thoy- way ba hawked mr vr. .ra nfM- - . Vr ' "IP"", irnjm, u mui jolcoa ovbr' aboujnnd,.fool3'8hould(Cratk yon know .11, if yon wiotd llko iq r t. work tot , to. cm k .ni upnitdl. AAJrtf, ..rnfrom aO to MUO pr tjicm. 4'nolly io recommends all his Htln.ou .bC'o.,lIoxH12, l'ortland,3lBlac. nfticn in in. wona. i'n.ci liu.kMp.r w.rr.BtcdbHT, UUD OOTD nllnf WMI, llo(i UJI.C.Dd c.nt tllM; wrtth werkl..Btf of . M s advisajtttl?BclUiIs f urnlturbj A suiallnernind; then examined sigif. i i i. n.T Cures Conglrs, Colds. HonrsoncBS, outt no enmroc mnKO un ins '"""Closes'itself, eh?" ho saidr "This is an Croup, Wiooplng Congli, llroncliltls, mind as to the method of selling them. ago of wonders. Edison have anything" Incipient Consnntplion, nnd Trill re IIo strongly objects to having his furni- to do with it? Is it a real pieco of ingenllovo .consumptive paticjila in ture and valuables sold by auction, and ious mechanism?" i! stages ; will euro whom corn ho also does not want them ta.boJiawked .VILbaycn time to explain it," ro-.tho worst cases. nlilo. and relloro in SoothatC.C.C.isWowninoTcrybbt- - about privately..u nnrchagets.wifl comtTf plied owner. tlo nnd tako no other. priCe 25c. forward on their own account and pay n "WelUgood day," and out went Inveslair prico for any or liis valuables, ho lias tigator No. 2. Six other individuals foU J. O. MENDENHAtXi & COi, no objection to such salo, otherwise- his lowed fifteen minutes apart, nnd when sole I'norniETons, EVAWSVItfcK, INBUSA. household goods, etc., aro to remain in the crusty business man figured up at1 BOLD BY DRUGGISTS OkNEnAtLX his two palaces. noon ho found himself just about an hour-anAs to his femalo servants, ho considerItemoyo Corns, Warts & Bnnlons with a half's timo out. Then ho kicked ably apologized to them for dVinir. Tho tho sign into kindling wood and throw CERTAIN CORN CURE. NabBmiB.hJUYJJULthatJii8jiousea.iu. .tho.pleoes.w.yr reaE.on"T,3jaii jao BOLD AND WARRANTED DT7 ?Pf?riitf.a tfrWWin Jontajn precious newed. .QptP'tiOUtbilo some ono shuts jewels, gold .and silver rupees, sove tho door, but it mainly closes itself. Po reigns. Napoleons.. Turkish., coins and jHn.ejajwye. St.PAaullPior4cer).IJrcs3, ' " stlfuViiitm-oowlitcn'therb is noad-- " ,.,.,,,, JoTary, the Jlpnotoiiy. ieprop6rty 'In tho outer npart " rt .i . , j. "Your duties musr bo.EOtnawliat motaenui'is'in'thb hfirids'off tw'o' Miild 'serv. va'nts, onoiof!whom"crtnrread 'riiidvfrito; notonous," said n lady to a mailing clerk, "Tliey are, iHdeed." .while tliQ"property In. tho Inner "Tho sam'o liauhd day after day' and Hlsdwtnderlnienred. BoekiltaraM $ ii tho hands' of femalo seevnnts. ITHKJ in on.reidnur,' TeiUmonUl. fram .11 To .theso .fcrualo, eeronts, bJaok and week after week. No excitement." ... nfsent on tpplletttan to. Prot. IhAtffiJiA. LroD.rta. YOST rvas, 3 "Nq excitement excepting whpn wo a. iioi5ttv en vim at. nit Yotk, whue, ho leaves a thiusan4. rupees each, and requests ilfat thoy shall,' bo allowed have to rush things." "And when is that?" Jfd Idavo'lnd'hbui'es aftcfpropora'polbgies ''Wliori'Wo find In- haste written on baveboerf'm'ddoto'them. Afford : itu neir lis enialo ser vahts" t& ' lead the comer of an envelope. WM:PflZE&Oolil W.Ub SHalltf fis alife.iif chastity and honor, hdr'ecoin- - "OhI yes,. that creates oxcitomentl" ,, IMhllUU.V "Trenicndoii8l" bo ni-juweiH, llic-uoo- r s II leaves Ills errants Money nnd A to Them for Dying. A will has just been offered for probato that is something out of tho ordinary, says (A!tfroat Mab nwtafi llUnltafr Mtld JreclntM 'nfi.l his wil f.'MifcfrhdTefC 'uonlnd him, ud-serves mention. This dignitary, a nativo of Oudo, mado his will according rto tho Anglo-Indialaw, dovising'ihis laHdod estates to his nearest relatives. No men tion whatever Is mado in bis will as to tho way in Avhlcb bis pgWBfllSproiSfrty, which is evidently collbifleniblo, ihould Uo disposed of. IIo leaves each of his servants a small .IegacTAand a largo quantity of advico, . IiaSrspcajeil with Iil)crallaraount of1 drtajtions from tho KMw9Ho thinks that n ihould ".TiJ .WQuldhnvarcrylittlodifllcultyingctting. employment ns a typewriter; aovernl years' practico havo enabled him (o attain such a speed bti tho instrnment ai would you' put hundreds of prof essionals to tho blUsh. "What hurt would it do were I ' to j Adam Forcpaugh know everything closo it?" about a circus, and ho used to twit "Noho'at all."'' ' with knpvving "Then what in thunder do you mean business5. 'Forcpa'ugH nqthing about the could tell tho numby nskjng ono to let it closo itself? ber, pribo taiid platb of bVfefy rope, belt, TJjereiilp3s wear and tear on tho machinSpike, polo And strip of canvas. Given a ery ifI closo it than if" tent of rt cortain diameter, ho could tell "I'll whistle for a dog." o(T liand how many yards of canvas ther.o "Good day," nnd Nemo strode oil to" ycro Jn d' ,the olty hall. a consultation much it it, its seating capacity, and how would cost to equip it," fixing a, With nyriend. Friend was. Boonjwendlng placb crusty business mnn. Mado rope for dvery stake, dogwood polo, and' . , ."Sluitdtyybusay in your Bigri, 'Pleaso let it shut itself.' " "Well, tliafk it; Ibt'it aibnd arid, it will shut itself." "Yes, I know! but what makes itdoso? Pile iiiii nto Ihd Wap." 'J mft, awnyajd lijav 'ft nlono, won!t. . go out and shut it." Eriitn Prtshn lias been mado ri .doctor of ' " philosophy, . Thomas-Adfaon,.th6,inventor, a Mc,wal)oy. ,. ., ,. ,i, JusticpDre!iyer,,tlip,now, member of tho supremo cgurt, is it' tail man with dnrk; hair, brbwn eydfi nn'd'K Swarthy sk'ln.-Mt'. GladsWnbhai publfshe'd no'' fewer than 209 bbbks and patiiphlets, excliiilvo of numberless newspaper and rtaeazlno articles. ,4.(, J The ppstmastpr. genfiijili.of England holds In London nlono freehold property tothovaluoof 2,230,066, all acquired out of the annual rbVcnno.' 'Pbter Lcchhcr; 6f thfikiistrlan serv ice, has chargo of tho mcteo'rblogical station' al; tho .Idghcst altitudo,inJEirop(V if not in tho,)yprld, .on, the tpptkc.Sonnblick mountain. Thp late Hon. Johnf McSwecuey, of Wobstcr.'O;, was recognized as tho loading cHnllmtl lawyer of tho felatc': 116 whs born in Rochester ihl824 and wris there- -' ,fprp 00 years of age; , . .31, Naquet, thohunohback JreUch sen-- : ntor, who has. fpr a.year been so prominent as a Boulangist leader, is thp author of tho 'French 'divorcb lav 'whtcli freed Patti-nnother 'welj kn6wri'ileoilo from' objectiouablo husbands and. wives.. ' IfJTJonry Qeprge.thoapostloof social reform, were penniless he . " Berlin has led'cdiviinoh Behoofs, With 3,011 class rooms nnd 170,000 scholars. ,Dar-nu- m He-ha- to DOINGS OF ROYALTY. U ameter. From 180 to 200 bottle nosed whal.es were drive ii n.hdro below Harnstankor. "' ' ness, Scotland, recently. ' bo average cost of n"fnlly "equipped illeboat, with trnnBHrting'''carriage, lifo .bolts, e,tc (n England, isOOO,, Forty thousand cpmmunicatonfl nro daily mado by tplephprio in London over tho wires' bftho'lVntlonal Telephone coiii-pan' ' ' ' - "" ' Bbllamy!. .."Lcjoking. BnckwaHl" has ijust npix'iircd.iil German, on tho continent under tho titlo "Alios VerstaatlichtV' (Everything Nationalized). , Accord in g to a recent paper read 'Academy of1 Science tho tempcrnturo at tho ton of tlio Eiffel toworiis frequently much higher than at the ,grpunc, tliougli tho contrary;. as it rule, is to bo expected. ,, ,., Tuilprlcs is derived from .the word Juilo a.tile, bccauso'tiles werp made oil 'tho spbl whefro tho pa'lacb "now stands: Cntlmrino do Jledlcl begnn tho building inlCW, nndiLouisXIVicompleted it in 1G5-1- . Tho grounds- and gardens wero laid out by Lenotre, a celebrated, gardener. Tbntlhys, Jonns'given for lifo annuities'; Wero invented by 'Laureiico'Tontl,' a Neapolitan. They wero' first set 6n foot' atiParistoiiecoucllQ tho pcoplo to Car- jllnal Mazarin's government,, by. amus ing them with tho hoppjof becoming suddenly rich. Toriti died in tho Bastile after seven years' imprisonment; Thb'hangmah in Now South WiilOs is looked upon with such horror1 that ho. recently found himself completely on reaching Wngga-Wngg- a to perform an execution. Tho cabmen refused uhaufuip.usly to d'rivo him from thb ralhvhy fetation; tho' porters nlso declined to'bnny his luggage, nnd tlio unlucky executioner was obliged to trudge off on foot, struggling..-witliis various, traps. , , boy-cotlej . , At tho Paris exposition a watch wna ahown-onln quarter of an nph In dl f&gsEBSBBBasaBaanmmmnsamBmBBam ORIA T. J. ilUNN,ecrctary. Cnstorin. in Dr. Saml Vlteiuw'n old, harmless Raj qnlok pare for Infants' and ""Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor Ol Parogorio or Knrcotlo Syrnp s. Children ory for Castorla. Mil lions' of Mothers Moss Cnstorln. ; i lCastortn cures Collo, Constipation e (Htos healthy sleep ; also Pour Stomach, Dlnrrhira, KrucUtlon ; ahu digestion ; Without uarcotlo stupefaction Tns "I recommend Cnstorla. for chlldrrn's complaints, as superior to any prescription known to me." II. A. Ancucn, M. D., Ill Bo. Oxford St.,' Brooklyn, iT.V. CcNTAon CouPAsrr, 77 MurraBt., Now York. ' vvvu'rtvrevtvt.vvtii'ivvAvTATV A'. Mi STKVl!N80N,l'reildent. WHY PAY RENT ? ... . Buy a Home with What You Now Pay IN T1IK for Rent by Investing' INTER - STATE o ClrcuVir, i. ots. t. . SXaCCSl I f f . I I EU1EMORY npart-mcn- (s , J to 1 i '' r ' - Boston Courier. ,. T. .1 . From tlio.'AinmU of a'Duaty: Nolulibot-liooil.- ...i '""wi1 n uu i tJ. - ii ' ; 3A i. . , o A. remarkable Bccho Svasiwitncssedl oh tlio'Wea'r atSunderlhnd'receiitly; Moored t!thij manor;, quayj. near Messrs. J3. L. ,,ThQmpsoiA!fi rinpyard, was tho etcameri !VIltl(4!low.er'or London, which;; having been ashore nt Southwold, had justcomo t to, tlio Wcdr forrepait's. a Sho'Carried! 6jl "Mprpyl )ipw dusty thetubejsl" in bun.-- j ana ww being pumped urr U,.l I being tTodkedi A rluantity of . , i tlio tahks a'pnertrs i(6 bavd got oil frdm lnfecti withlho water iiv tiio bilges,' ana Passenger, Mail and Express Boats, this was. pumped into tho river. Sud- 1 denjj, t,Ue rteerjnear.tbD'Wnd. Flower be-camo wrappcu in names, j.no causo or bopp a,bot rlVef ?or all wy landings. bottroon LouUrlilo and this is.Bupposed, falUng from Jlcesrs. Tlionipon'a 'shipt Hendenon, tho elogan't' ind fleafsteaniers yardmto'thq oil In the jvatcr, Jn a fow 'ihhiutl's tho river fbraboiit ' TEIib CITY, yars was brio mass of flames, which rose i ' JOITY. ot OWiCNSBOUO. One of the abovs fine fldtwheel steamers ai i tbfr great height and completely cnyeU f oped several vessels in thb vicinity. Tho upsnd.denn dally. Splendid accommodation, for stock. flames on thori vcr soon died out through Qeneral offlco ,and 17S Fourth street, tho cxlmuation of tho oil, LliV tlio Tassels 'Ubl l;0fl'-(i- i tbuUvIllellKVllJ wero- - loft burniing and continued' to do W. W. 1IITK, Prest. 'John, send the porter clown hpr.o to: do so1 for about an hour, when tlio pdlico D. h. Pknkt, Sunt.,, i ljttip dusting.". .;(t., tho flames witli tho aid of the, ' ; ', "' Firo Queen, apparatus and Tho vessels damaged, wero tho( 'Wild Louisville, St. Louis & Texati R.jR. ".i-hi Flower, tho Deronda and tho Douglas of jSunderland nnd tho.tug Earl of Dumfrit's: !. II Theso wero all much damaged about th'd osrOi ' i hulls decks and rigging tho damago 7 ' WSS-amounting to sovcral thousands of ' pounds. During tho excitement araam 'JCuHliiB Erfcct was, drowned. Ho and two others wero ' AHiOOo'olokA,!, Sunday, Dec'. 15, on board tho steamer rJcrpnda when it. caugui nro, aii uireq Jpapcu, intq tlio .. water and two gbt safely 'to som'o baulks MAIL AND U1IL lilW' of wood, but a young inan named John sxpbiJs.j Tlib'mpson STATIQNS, KrRiss. ., sank and was drowned', his 4 7.15Ai,tr.UnIonDepot,Loulsv'e..Ar. 1.20rn body being subsequently recovered.-'- -. . Kenuioicy btrpet., J,u t,uu,f. '"'" ' '" "' London Times. ,. t "L i. '.' "" ,rt' u',V....Plea,ure Ridge Park....,..,. ' ' VwS""' , . ,. ..in ,lt'.-- i ,. . - A .Cold Winter on Tucet goond ,.. . "i .vaiier. ... .,),,., f.t tubui it's 'Porter, qjcan ' , ..j.......,.Me4dowIiatrti.f.,w.,' J.. M. Lyon, who has been :in S?att1o . ty& X .Whatcher laughing at?" 8.4$: ...... J.:....We( Point...,,,. ,.',,.,12.2J V fortho past twenty .flvo years, Wis scort1 tiarper b. uazar. by a Press reporter this rflora.lrig.. U '" 9,10. .,... Haven., ,.;... ,'.12.0-- .. The loitest London SonsntloiK ' "What rtQyP" thinkjof tho severity of9,25, ..,'v'i...... Long Ilrauoh, ..,'.,...,.. 11. 55am 9.S0. ..Drsndenburg ,.....,. 11,4 tho. present wintgr.,.as .compared iwith . Pii.boxbig day I was taken by n party ,,;Ekron.. 9A7, ....,.. 11.35 those of proviousyears, Mr., Lyon?" asked. ,pf ,cJiildrfln;jojtl!P. plrcusat CoyentGafi .....Quiton 9.53 n .:. 11.24 den, iii order that I might seo a livo lon reporter. (. thp 10.08 Irvlngton ,11.14 & 'Jnavo nover secA.hut two as bad,". ,rido ondiorsoback jump through.a hoop ' was tho reply. "Thb flnjt on of theBo and flro off a pistol. Hfiving a groat rey? 10.2T ...JOdlburg ..10.03 1 A Att .10,42 ,.. was thp winter of 1800-- 0. if jny membry crenco for tradition, I cqnfess that I was t'lerco.., ,10.48 .'. .'. --Sample .io;si serves nib cbrrbctly. At that timo ovorv- - hbt'enchanted with 'thb idea of seeing thq ...tephensport ..,,, ,,,10,24 w ',10,58...; remained frozen1 Up for abbuf thrco king tif Ienfeta reduced to this cttriditipn. 11.07 .Itolt thbros-pec- t '11.23'.. , i...; ,....,' Clovfirport ... 9.5? n, weeks,1 although there watt not ,much 3IoreoVer, I Wfts'impressed Nvith of what tho British lion might BOjno 4, ..vi..Skl)lihan 11.41... snow." ...,i.... 68 I.' dqycouip to. 111' tho reeult, however, I t'How did tho thbrm'orriOter go?'1' ...-'ll.J3.u.... .'..., Haweirille.', 12;08ril.i..'., ....... i Falcoa..,..i,..-- . !. 9.14 .. "It went doWn' to 4 abovo at tho un; waar.elleye4tp fi,(d tlio,,lipa .entirely of I n '12.19 .'' it.v ...... I.owliport.r..'. 4:30 in tho indrnlng1! but M.l ,9PMW-- . Vlflver WW WaS? KP l2.:to l'owtri, ...,. ;.i..be!4i: .. versity at about only remained theroashort timo'.' 'Tho 111 turougii n penormance Jj'.lVl'yliP oxTl ,. .i,t, Tate;. .',;i.,Vi.M "12.50 '''7 ' wui a moro data of tho othor cold winter1 ani' not' llOO ;. Arr.i.!..i;OweBfeoro,v!.'..l.LVa8.1Vair of protest. A I roniliis general 111' ilbuictitiOr, inuecil! l sure about, but think it 'V.'34'..J.'..v.V.(.-.VWorthlnKto7.S ., t tlwtjycar Lako Union was. frpza- iblid," hii'mailbWlridWi if rfot'Monetf tlife' Iloti '1.62 ,,1Mil Spottsrlllo tbereiboins ten inched of ico oe it. "Tlio will follow tho WdvallinK fadllkm ' and l 2.0M1 1...7.' 7.07 .. 8,50iu j lako remained frozen, oaco. for over b strike. I would rather not be; within his .,2,15i'iiArr........iiHndweon reach when that occurs, Loudon Truth. month." Seattle Press. ioKiBiig VAI" mirr''' 'mil Tho late empress Augusta was noted iu.Jicjjyquth for lier beautiful shoulders.. , Leopold, kliig pf tho .Belgians, is.over n six feet high, Ho. is possessed ;pf,flno lit-- ., erary tastes and geography is liis hobby. ,.A....l(.- - i- - L " rrl. i .t paper, is ' man.' Ho xtiy iilitbi-atwrites a Schoolboy hand, and his MS. is full of oiTorsiil'grnmmar rtlid orthbgrai phy. j. ,....,.i . Emperor WilhelmofGormany, keeps ,a jicrsopnj, supcr.vlsion .oyer oven thq "museums. Ho spent n whole day hot long ago iii'thb1 ArtJ museum nt Berlin indicating1 whero sblho cartodns bvKilul- I' liaeh "Which lie had lately purchased,1 should bo placed. ' Tho Empress' Frederick lias ordered a carpet to bo mado ns a present for tho crown princess of Groeco in tho art school for the, making of carpets, whlqh is connected with tljo Women's association in Germany. The carpet is to bo about forty-fiv- e yards square, nnd will cost about a thousand-dollars- . The fato'of- - thb,:Emprcss Augusta as sho lay in her coffin was palo, but still tlio beauty which in her youUi. Tho expression (woa cxtremelypeacofjij, The headdress. was n wnito iacp icorcntej auorncl nbOvo by K ib's'etto of (ho samo color "and stuit. Tlio body was wrappbd' in "thoJ costly t'nb fciu'nWsa wore at" her - goldori'weddlng.'.nnd was cdverod'bya' iiiuavy; kiik .luiumu' oi goiu- yciiow, in. tpkpn.,pf ,i;ujprinl , rank,, and .trimmed, with broad, prinJiip.-- , ; t . Laxa'dbr Is largely bied'bs a dorreclivc fo? liver and Blood' aiTe'clioris, as well ns of tho'bbwels'and-stbniach- . 'DrugeUfs sell il for 25 cents. '"My cbild wna nflrcted jiiRt like you re, Mrs. B , and Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup gavo it ftlmont itntneilinte relief; I wonld surely OF BLOOMINQTON, fiu Association ILL. and Printed Matter Kxplnlnlng Plan Cheerfully Font on application to JNg. D. UADDAOK, Sec'y, Local Board, Cloverport, Ky. No Extra Assessment This Association Pays an Investor 18 Per Cent. Interest Possible INVEST YOUR SAVINGS. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LIHE. d give it, a'trtUl." LLE33C EXaKLlI THE' i , GENTLER 8EX. is (L. E. A ST. L. K. H.) figure, with a pleashnt faco and dark hair. iiulyTriiiriccfbto l. noted at Washington ns'a lleilestrian. Shb often walks from hou80 to houso in making calls. Miss Brnddon, tho nuthorcss, is angular of build, sandy of hair mid ruddy of She writes bteadily four days a Week, and do votes tho other two to riding. M(j Anno Whitney, tho Boston scUlp-to- r, has a. nobly head and fenturosvf ideal beauty pi,i,whicjf timo. seems to innkono nioro'linprchsion than on sculptured (nar- com-plexioi- below, middlp weight, 3irsLoitiso Chandler Moultou rather !v SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO of1 matronly 4 a1 II I I ! ma -- St. Louis, Evansville South-West. S AND ALL POINTS West and Time-Car- d in Effect Dec, 16, distin-guiahcclli- er I ' dress-wliifc- h L. if -- York World.) i ...' i riaipe'i ' MlHbourupAulralJa, fbrty;-fiv.trades wbikt tho eight jibur dayi Bayly ("EdnaLyall."), tho THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD: English novelist, wears n bluo serge drpss1, ' rfAslc for catalogue. pi iiiiuiuuigH, uuu wuii biiori TERRY M'F'G CO., Nashville, Tenn. JapaH"ex,$rfca',$2,000',000 worth of, ' brown piaiueui 'halrf arranged with Puritanical ' silk to America; in '1889. simplicity." In speaking hervbldb Id low ,.,.. Jfme.'Caniol, wife of tho president of FrAnco.'has taken'n' great fancy to Aihplio Sho 'considers her tho most chniming 'American sho lids over ( ..' rnct. ' t.Mis Edwai'd.H," teacher of the school at Urniiitevllle, Nuvnda eouuty, Ca).,, went jto.grilJJIpniiifieldt fourteen niiles, on snpw Rhpea, rpcejitly, Sho mado tho trip BIves"-Chnnle. -, Lv. Louisville 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p. in .4:10 p.m. ' Arr St. Louis 7:45 "...7:25 EvunsTille 2:25 " 0:50 p.m. For further Information, call on or address, JOS. S 0DI0RNE, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, Louisville, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ajj't, Loulsvlllo, Ky, J WhlTIJ eOlW vv '.fnHi. riiia,T evcum'a Ot Onprihel I in lour Hours, '. ..Ada.Elle FINE SHOW OASES. iawriMn4d. w. will atitdritKE loo 1'istoM In .ath l.lliy, i abort, Onl tboi. who wrlm to ft!:.' ton. at oucaran naka aura cf xSf&M tha cnabta. AU yau bara l.aalta talorn la ta ahow oar rood, to, taoaa who call ronr Balarobora and Ihoaa around rou. Tha bo. atnnlnr of tbla .adrtrtlatmant .huii lha amall and of tha tala tcop. Tha tblloy iBf ml tiraa ibo a paaranea al II rrtaiaoVia the IVl.rlll. vntiualrtl..nl nI Oiirfacllltifftara to Introducpiif EYEHRe ivrunuL.Bsw HHBiS IBs; ffi o nijd'Mti. 1 a - Ii ,Tlo Ducjiess' of Connaught mado an 'Eiropeati'gltiss Wbfkcrs say'tjib'bottlp when, pvfjiding nt a nicking uiapliitlb is'Jiot a,suc'cpss', , mriihiii? nf ttn t?n iiiitnrMV TiViMnlrsif f Thoi Beggar Trust of iParis sells tfio ' Ing' college,, hi wlijcli her rpyal hignes3 rlghtno beg ii) certain' sections of ihb "referred to thb 'deep interest slio took in 1 ' ' thb' Svelfdro'Or thb' wolnch of India.' cit. Ia , . Thera.aro only 450 lablo. knife, grinders 'Jlllc. l6nblin.3tlio 'nccbinnlishcd vbunc t"i ' ' ' . 01' THE about lb. flftlalb pari of llabulb. It la a irand,4oblaalatttla-acoii- o. aa laraa aa U aaar looarrj.Wa will alaa atiaw jou how ro day tan maba from H'.l to H I O a eraea.al laaat. froni tba aui t.wllb. Wopayallaipnaatharcta. out riptrlrneo.B,tfrwro it AdJrraa,ll.liAI.LBTrCO.,llo880, roTUXU,llAlllu Hon. Jefferson Davis. uv MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS. TO BE SOLD BY fl two-nundre- ... ' r- fa t TIME ii, SGHEDUiE, , i . , admlsliolr tt)tho'b.tr'Pf Briissbla bechuso crnckcrs1 of.hcrsox, ifi organizing a Woman'a cjubr in ,that, city, with, of hbr aro now, mode.; and sbld by a NoV Engulster, who a a successful upothepary., f17' 3'1 ' " ' land firm.1 i ' tnXondp'n'OOd Roaln'fwtis ii sujieVcVpmh'ist! hiinklf , and so women have Opined the Uignrniukei-- union. They gee from i!0,, Was MpVL'rbcfr' Oiln ilnv ri nfntilaf. nnllivl nn 0RcWui and asked hjin to listen to t'o pieces .to 22 bhillings anveeki "' Tho fcirnicrs' and laborers', unions ptj when llb!ilil'th'o'flrsi;pleeobb's4id: Franco do not meddle inpolltics. They Mllikothoothiir ono UeytM duvotq thoir wprk to co;operativo and Fond Motboi' Daotor, flrhat fcdeuis 'to bo " ' ' technical matters., thcaiuvpflf 'mic'jirQubler DoctoiSome thb English towns tncrb. fprcigu subiUnico in tlio stoinacb. I tliould In .ridarly-nl- l aro public bath houses for working peb-- ', say. '"O.'ycs.'tbOho'droajlful huh iwta'toosl that bo plo. Thoy aro under tno control of the 1 will tell btlfgixxJur firing American potn- town or cityjlthp,tlties. For from two "ii. .1 Til1 .'I.! V ' ' ' to four cents a hath may bo obtained, W. 8. PituIHn, of. filnytoa, Ala,, has aMlfe with thp uso, ot a. fresh toweU Theso es- ( which wus presented to libn hijKow in tablishments aro well patronized, 'ISKj:' ItVas'fiiolcn ffbni h(m shortly 'after by. Iilillaiis in tlio 'Month, nnd Waoutb'f hla BIT8 "OF SCIENCE. ,poseiQu until quito recently, whunit was rcturnoil o him Ijy a jnan who, " Tho cheapening of aluminium has led. years nyo on oil Tudian battle) bad .found it grpund npnr to a proposition to construct nro lamps of. l'cail liver. Tho' l'ecdvery was tliid'tb'tui this material as. preferable- on account of coiiTorbatloiu lightness and qualities of resisting rust in comparison wit), irpfi, steel, or. brass, for outdoor uso. .nancr. read bo- Accordine to fore1 thb' Frenc li A'cadeniV 'of Sciences. tho tomneraturo at tho'tbh bf'il.6. 'Eiffel, tower is' frequently much 'higher1 than aT tho ground, though thb colilrnrY.'ris. a' ' in thoHJnited States." Theydoli'ti'livo " ' lohw J ' ' "k "'' SBel'gidn ltWyBi1 wlifr iwn&'latbiy refund SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. tho.co-operatio- n Tlio proappcliin imtl complete outfit for ciiiivaliiB avJII liu rcatly Iniiuutlliilul. ""Agents'Wl8liing Deslrablb Territory (rrcut world avIII plouso lllidrCNN, mt noon UN poMkllilu Clio Dr.Bull'e Cough Syrup will cure yoar c Tlieontjr .correct kI fj brewing Ua. a iia till bd-ba- publUlicrti, BELFORD COMPANY, Iiailt 18th SI1., NKW YOItK. 2 18-2- G TEA POTS. Saves 25 to 50ff of Tea. YOU DO NOT LIFT THE POT rOURS by lowering lid The prt handled I W 3m Qh&- j COLD, '1 4 AaV IllllRS i,lklMrH Cat Lilt, P!nc, St Dlehl Jci-se- Co., ThiU, 1.. SAVE MONEY, BUY YOUR OWN HOME! TAKC STOCK IN THE SJ l.osiisviiie Savings. Loan ana Buiiainn Go, AUTHORIZED a . R0YAI CAPITAL , ' - n ruleiiiltobo'expectod. It Is a fact well known to thnt,thO' two cgs laid by pigeons almost invariably prpduco mala and pigeon-fanciers . , . -. , 10:lT&O..J.Hlw.-.'J.Vfph?lHUiv.S..ll.O4- , . .female, Spmp.,purious, pxpcrlrnqnts as co which pi, iiiacgB iirpupo iio piaio nd wlilcli the fctnalp bavo resulfed jn showing that thb'il'i'si egg laid is the thb malij, feniald and'tho oecc-nA solublo pigment has been fo'iifitl in the snineS of thb1 Soutlt American treo, porcupine. (Tl.;qnilla hre- tinged brigbt yellow latid tipped with Uarif brown; Tho, ydlQiv willdlssolrolil ordinary .(Wftr,.Xnr tjm, ,b.rqyrisr.essta..,(ho - , POWDER "Absolutely Pure. This ponder noTr varjes, A 'marvel of Mtr purity, strength and' whbUsomeneis. klqlkT.jjind cju teoqnomlejd.th.MiJo.ojdlpaty ,pjt be vJd.fismpeilJll.TjJltfc, Bujajudo of;lqy testy WSH ?SdU'.DPw pewilers. Sold onty fo cant. BpTAt, UakiNO I'owdsr Co., 108 Wall Street, New York, nurlty, or tm Mock arvurlly ,l Wglna tofurn lulfnt. itlvldf i,J, the it6rktiiM-- r i trcil-Itjtf j w(tli irollta, until vliat ho luapnlJ In, logellitr tltti coiiiKtirjtl inriillieMiiiiouiitaluHOOivoralKiro, utsn Ids ktiak It hi.tiicvd, biij.la malinl hy the Cciiip.iny fur l furo traliio. t Is ratlumtrd thst II, Ii inotuHly will In) reached In about Sorcn or eight jeura. Tlisifint moat roniervnlivo oud moat profltakle of till mutnul iil.n, . No Loans mnilo In the onler of npllcatlon. viwhitrbv let uml no liUIdlliR. Tl.o rate of IInter. t would hv. Ibo Utxiftt, Ulnu ulao cat la uniform nnd low about wlmt Intcrrt laricaly olfaet liy tlio profit. ca.li iljrl.lrndi sraiptldot 8 per cr at. raiu.up iock, on which earnings vvvr llila are crnlltW lo tho Mock. Vor full luforiuatluu apply tu " uioinlH-r- mmpanyls n mutual loan atocInllnt,,or-tcaiil.i-- ,l r.,r Ihucxprca itirjHae ofiiiablins III mcmlK-rto iiitrot tlulr ipnia eriiluRS ssfoly ami iitolllutly, aiiJ tn iHirrow inonej fur tUtpuriuaaof Luylug or building their own home. ThbHinrr-frti'flCrnrl'i,tnd nat tho lioMortl Bilmlulon fm jitjiliiJreiila ptr iiu.ulli ll.vtfitrtir. Aa oon k$ the hiuiiry la ii,'l In, it ia limiii'd out to of Clio 69,000,000. Cvni.i,iijr, rni-lvli- in reiU-ulat-t , iu,t ttukiioMar. laau l.w .. i- ' .- -. 1Tcf1A?,I?S20d.Llwrornir yields to nmmonio, and potash though rancloKtbelr hair bccorainclv.. because of. lis barsb and'e'oarso texture. By the Oie Jo'l'AVer,'nMfVSK)rJ. Ibe teXS blgitadi isoft.'plianti as4 glom. 'ThfVii(Gf 1. the most cleanly ol all hair prrparanons. I. 3 W rippm lt Tyldr ' .,..rl' T tr iiiiil, vmi aWal M Ml r J- - "! . (HkV, '"' "' - Mny wom.enJQiJrMtjtliirifviUyslB. t. (.1! i - myy&W n. T.ONO, II. V, BAK11KUH, OSC'AU KKMiEY, CHAB. ulldner8. E. Csrfrtr 'JArtVoir DIRCCTOM ' M'"ff mxim S i (,.'i .! . ' ..ile 1 PAH MifiiM 3. J!. CULr, W. H. IIALUEMAX, ATTtLLA COX, JOHN W. UKllKN, 1'. V, CI.AMKK, H.T.iaV'WlHlMaLi Citiicxs' National JUxit.'TroMwftr. MmmammV IUviwh Ba -- iiRL'i I. Jt Hi JkilLitt '"-- , wTiw Oo..,. rl'm .tT Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1890. ATTORNEY FEES PAID BY THE H TATE.' HfiRDIIfSBURG V. DEPARTMENT. BRANDENBURG. Woodson was in Louisville UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I . HAIIHAUK TIME J NO. D. BABBAGE, L Jt. I.. A: T. Loral Tlurc Caril. " " East.. West East West 9.59 11. 2J 5.31 m 9.50 11.23 Express Mutt ami Kxprcst going East West " a.m. a.m. .m. ' Mixed "- p.m. a.m. - .&9 B.tn. TO OUK COIUim'ONDEMS. Get the news and get all the news and nothing but the news. ftom Dana's Celebrated Maxim in Journalism. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tor CountyVJudge, Tboi. Adktison, Tor CountyAttor"ney, Jndge Milton Board. For CountyjCIerk, J. E. Monarch. For Sheriff, J, S. DcJemette. For County Sup't of Sohools, Jai, W. Miller. For Jailer, John Slaton. For County Alienor, Len Caibman. For County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly. For Coroner, W. B. Pendleton. Tiik West Virginia Legislature seated a Democratic Governor for that Stale Inst week. Hardin, The reply of Attorney-Generstating that tbe Governor had employed counsel to assist him, hut twice. Is doubtless technically true but the object o( the resolution to find out the necessity and propriety of paying out $18,033 81 to lawyers rendered theCommonwoslth.shonld'be Auditor Hewitt reported followed up. this to tho session of 188788, in response to a resolution of that Legislature. Doubt less other sums have been paid since. Gen. Hewitt reported the following sums paid to the following persons, viz.: Jns. P. Helm, $919 55; .las. P. Helm, $50 00, J. C. Wickliffe. $200; Helm k Bruce, $IC8 70; Basil W. Duko and Jas. P. Helm. $700, Brown, Humphrey k Davis and Helm k Bruce, $5,000; Alvin Duvall, $5,000; Jas. P. Helm, lit, 000; Helm k Bruce, $3,C00. Certain attorney's in this lilt appear to have enjoyed a fat thing out of the people's mooey, two of the names above mentioned having a large baud iu $13,448.31 of tbe sum total. Let us know what theso sums wero paid for; whether tbey are reasonable or excessive; and what sums have been paid since, and above all whether they were necessary expenditures. Mr. II. C. - - - - - Krtltor " last weak. TABLE "NoL 'it at Hound DISTRIBUTED. 3 Louisiana State Lottery Company. "'Jime flics 1IV( Hoiaiil nAii.T buniuv. rjcrrr STATIONS. luttv tcurT bunpat. 9.00 a.m 8.55 8.00 " 7.80 7.09 a.m Ar, 11.30 a.k.Lv.- Irvlngton ...... Irrlngton Junction...!,,' 11.35 12.40 r.M...t Garfield....,......, 1.05 " Ilarned 1.30 p.m. Ar Hardlniburg Lv. Mr Clint AjLWson, o( trvingtnn, was in our town last week. Mr. Will Moremen, of TTtown, was In our city last week. Mr. Henry Howard of Wolf Creek, in town last Wednesday. wa to T V 011 golilon wings" County Court next Monday, Mr. Frank Uaswell is on tbe sick list. The new street lamps were put up Tuesday. Mr. Jim Mercer, of Hardin county, was down ngaiu last week after mulrt. Tho cold rain last Friday was very hard on stock, especially the new lambs. "Do Bargains fly wiicru tie gold do ring." Incorporated by the Legislature iu 1808, for Kducatlonal and Charitable purposes and Its franchise was mads a part of the present (State Constitution in 1879,by an orerwhelmlng popular rote. THIS IS BARGAIN WEEK WITH US 1 1 ! The telegraph wire will tn put up this week. Mr. Miss The Rock Gas Co. is preraring to put down another pipe line to Louisville Miss Nettie Hall died Tuesday night, niAimffOTII HKAW1NGS Semi - Aiiiiiinlly, December, Jhho NINGI.K nujtiiibtt and lia kantake place en each of tho oilierS Ih tho ten montha public, year, and aro all at I, Academy drawn InNew Orlcuim,thea. of iHHlc, take ITS UHrt place HA1V-1NG- J, B. Ilu 7. by went to Louisville , Tuesday, The investigation into the That little trip of the Legislature $5 000. down box forgery still continues nt Ohio ballot n. Whashing-to- to Eddyville last week coit the Stale about John E. Raymond has been nominated by the Republicans in Pennsylvania to succeed the late "Pig Iron" Kelly in Congress. Cot- - Sam M. llurdette, who has been for several 3 ears a writer for the Courier-Journa- l, is now publishing a weekly pnpT at Hutchison, Kansas Tub Invalid Pension Committee of Congress has recommended a pension of two dollars a day to Union Soldiers confined in prison during tbe war, and also to the Stale Militia who received wounds in the line of duty. The centennial anniversary of the organization of the Supreme Court of the The members ol the Legislature took a United StateB was celebrated with literary exercises in the Metropolitan Opera jaunt altogether to Eddyville last week to House, New York, last Tuesday. Among inspect the work in progress on tbe branch tbe speakers was Grover Cleveland, the penitentiary at that place. Instead of apDemocracy's inevitable candidate for pointing a committee to perform that duty, which would bavo been the proper President in 1892 thing, the House voted a resolution to go Willi. : the Republicans are turning out there in a body. Thus a week of valuable time is lost to the State and to tbe people. Democratic members of Congress by revolutionary means, the Democrats arc dc-J- The Legislature has not been in session a little turning out by lawful means but a short time and business is pouring in upon the members on a much larger Gov. Flemming, the legally elected Governor of West Virginia, has been seated, scale than for many previous sessions RepubYet in tbe face of ibis fact they lay off a and up in Ohio out of twenty-on- e lican representatives from that State five week for a big jaunt over the State. Adhave been voted out and Democrats put journ in sixty days, indeed I One hundred days will find the legislature in sesin their places sion at Frankfort, unless the members s. It was rumored on the streets at Wash- manifest a disposition to get down to ington the other day that a dynamite bomb had been found in a spittoon in the Within the last few months the mesrotuuda of the Capitol. Fears were ensenger of death, has been quite a frequent tertained there for a while that 13 ro Harg crowd were visitor among the families composing rison and his President Harrison's cabinet. Only last about to be blown to Halifax Investigation proved the thing to be false, however, week tbe calamity that befell Secretary and we are truly glad It is so. We don't Tracy's family was a Bhock to tbe country, want uncle Ben disturbed until it is done and the news detailing the tragic death of by u mojorily of the honest votes of the his wife and daughter in tbe flames of a burning building, created feelings of genucountry in 1892. ine sympathy among many hearts. James I'iM'.ui.i.K, that thriving town in the G. Blaine is no less an object of our symmountains of Kentucky is having a big pathies than Mr. Tracy, for bo too has lost boom in the Bale of real estate. Town lots a favorite sun and daughter during the last These events have cast a situated on tbe public square sold at pub- few weeks. lic outcry there last week as high as $190 gloom over the White House, and its ocper foot. Gentlemen lrom Louisville ure cupants havo been made to mourn as do investing their money in Pineville real es- other folks in tbe humble walks of life tate as a speculation. The town has ex. perienced a remarkable growth of com- Iloivnro of Ointments for Catarrh Tlint Contain Mercury, mercial prosperity in tbe last year or two, and is looked upon as a place to make As mercury will surely destroy tbe sense good, safe investments. of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it tbrongh the muTiik tax Supervisors at Hardinsburg cus surfaces. Such articles should never have been giving the land owners a raise bo used except on prescriptions from repgenerally. This confirms the opinion that utable physicians, as tho damage tbey may land values heretofore have been listed too do is ten fold to tbe good you can possibly low. It is not every tax payer that lists derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, his property up to its cash value, and then manufactured by F. J. Cheney k Co., a large amount of rsvenue is withhold from Toledo, O , contains no mercury, and is both the County and the State. Brecken- taken internally, and acts directly upo,n ridge county farms have increased in value tbe mucous surfaces of the system. In within tbe last year, by reason of the buildbuying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you ing of ruilroad and olher public improve- get tho genuine'. It is taken internally ments. Tbe old habit of rating the best and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. .1. Chefarms at $8 and $10 per acre has played ney k Co. tS?Sold by Druggists, 75 cents. out They can't be purcbashed today at figures much short of thirty dollars per acre. .Miirrluiro License. The following is the list of marriage PA 11LIA MENTA II Y PRECEDENTS license issued by tbe County Court Clerk for tbe month of January : Several idiots writing in the daily press, Robt. G. Morris to Miss Francis Haw- in order to justify Mr. Speaker Reed, in ' kins. declaring a quorum present, by the preArad Morris to Miss Ida B. Dowell, sence of members merely, although they Robt. P. White to Miss Laura Pierce. do not vote, refer to instances in various John F. Sbellman to Miss Lucy F. Ball. MI this stuiris most Slate Legislature. Eli B. McAdams to Miss Martha effectually answered by the clear and forof Hon. James G. Bluine cible remarks David II. Brown O Miss Mary F, Spencwhen he was speaker of the House. Gen. er. B. F. Buller asked him to declare there Joseph B. Gibson to Miss Mannle J, was a quorum present if he believed there Marshall, was a quorum in tbe hall, Mr, Blaine reJoseph Y. Horsier to Miss Emma Sipes "The chair cannot declare a plied : Ben. Ed. Lyons to Alice Green Gray, quorum against a yea and nay vote. Tbe Nelson Claycomb to Miss Minerva Abroll call is tho last modo of certification bott. from wbicb there-i- s no appeal," and then Silas Stillwell to Miss Rollins. further added : "The cbair never heard of Elihu McCoy tb Misa Sallie Shellman. Ue begs to remind tbe that being done. Alexander Durbin to Miss Unis Keener. House, whereas it might and doubtless Alfred Lynch to Miss Alice Blissett. would be true that there is a quorum iu (be S, P. Parks to Miss Margaret E. Gibson the very principle enunciated by (be hall, G Jolly Mcador to Miss Ada Black. gentleman from Indiana has been the James Bowman to Miss Annie Staple. probably for Ihe greatest legisfoundation Stonewall J. Brnshear to Miss Georgia Where a lative frauds ever commlttod. Bruner. has quorum, in tho judgment of the chair, James A Wilson to Miss Effie Holder. declared to bo present iu tbe House ,been l, these proagainst tbe result of a ceedings in the different Legislatures have brought scandal on (heir names. The moment you clothe your Speaker with When IJaby was nick, we gavo her Caitorla. and aspower lo go behind your roll-ca- ll When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. sume that there is a qaorum in tho ball, When alio became Miss, she clung to Castorla. why, gentlemen, you stand on the very When she bad Children, she gave them Castorla. brink ol a volcauo ug buri-nesPsalm-singinMs-Adaroll-cal- The most conspicuous figure in the Fo raker, of Ohio, drama is and if be doesn't come out the wost whipped man in the nation then the investigation will hardly pan out as it promises. Last fall during Forakers's canvass for Governor of Ohio against his Democratic opponent, Campbell, he made an accusation against Campbell and some Democratic members of Congress, charging them with being parties to 11 job to purchase patent ballot boxes by which to defeat bis election. The charge was a serious one of course, and involved the honesty and integrity of some of the best men in Congress. When Foraker was overwhelmingly defeated by the honest votes of tbe people, those men call for an investigation. Jt is now going on, and so far it shows up Foraker as the most unscrupulous demagogue that ever tracked shoe leather. Subscribe for the c Newd.? Jennie WarGeld, Cloverport, is visiting Miss Lillie Scott. Mr. James H. Gardner returned home M. II. Fontaine has moved his drag from Louisville last week. store down the street to the old Sebastian Mrs. G. W. Beard has boon confined to saloon stand. her bed several days with la Grippe, Mr. Jim Bryant went to Hardinsburg Hand in your dollar and get tbe Nkwb aSunday to help his friends out in their for one year and a chance in tbe big draw railroad suits. ing. Mr. Thomas Griffin bailed about 75 tons The Republicans meet here next Monof partnership bay on tbe Ditto k McGe day to make tip their ticket for tbe county bee farm this winter. offices. Misses Toddlo and Tinkle Parsons, of Tbere will be Quarterly Meeting at the Louisville, visited Mrs. A. Ditto, Jr., at M. E. Church South next Saturday and Long Branch, last week. Sunday. Mr. Foster Miller lost his youngest Mrs. Ken Wathen has been in town for child from the eflectB of measles last the last week visiting her mother, Mrs. G, Tuesday night, Feb. 4th. P. Jolly. Mr. Armstrong, of Louisville, one of the The present condition of that street Rock Gas Company's men, was at Long running out to the depot will give the town Branch a few days last week. a bad name There are bo many good Democrats up Mr. Scizer, of Clifton Mills, is hero at hero running for tbe different offices that work getting out the rock foundation for ft will be a very hard matter for us to make the bank'buildlng. a choice. Mr. Stith, County Superintendent of Tbe Meade Mews editor says if I want Schools, Elizabetbtowo, Hardin county, to get married, just buy out tbe News. Excuse me; I'll just stick to my green was in town Monday, The Nkws will give away a gold watch, pants for tbe battle. Mr. Ike Owings says he has seventy-fiv- e a wagon, set of furniture and many other valuable articles this year. Every new young lambs. The lamb crop will be quite large if the open wintor continues, subscriber is given a chance free. The condemnation suit of Ferd McGee and pricos, I expect, will be low. against the L , II. .t W. did not come np Messrs. J. W. Lewis and Chapeze Wathin the county court Monday on account en went to Hardinsburg Sunday to try of tbe absence of Mr. Lewis. The case some more railroad cases for rights of way. was postponed indefinitely. It appears as though the railroad is getting Enough money by way of subscriptions a little tho worst of it. from tbe citizens here has been secured to Mr. Thos. H. Ditto returned from Henbuild a city hall. Tbe building will be derson last week, where he had been visput on Mrs. Ilestou's lot, on Warehouse iting his grandson, Thomas Hodge. He street. It will be large and commodious looks rosy and fine, and thinks he has and fitted up in the most improved style. gained his heatlh entirely. Some scamp set fire toa batn belonging It is tho opinion here that when Robert Jolly declines to accept tbe nomination to Mr. Horace Moremen, in Jefferson for County Court Clerk next Monday, csonty, on Monday, the 3d inst. It conwhich he will most likely do, then the tained fifty tons of straw, three binders, honor will fall to Mr. Owen Cunningham, hay stackers, gatherers, rakes, etc. Tbe loss is estimated at $1,200. But as Mr. Cunningham has already expressed a desire to stand aloof from tbe For "The Old Man" at Guston, your political mill, then there remains but one Brandenburg correspondent does not have available man, Mr. Gideon P. Jolly. to go to Guston for news altogether, but Officer Schradel brought down Mr. J. D. delights reporting anything from any part Underwood from Louisville Monday and of the county io the shape of news. As to turned him over to County Judge Adkis the misquotation of tbe weight of Mr Mills' children, just straddle our. genial Bon on a warrant charging him with having obtained money under false pretenses. gentle Mr. H. B. Livers, from whom I so Underwood, it is charged, worked several often get items. Glad to see you contribparties in Cloverport a few days since, by uting to tbe News and I will stny off of your walk. claiming to be the agent of some newspaper. His plan was to go to a house and Last Thursday night I witnessed somepropose to tbe head of tbe family to send thing that would have caused wild screams tbem n paper for six months on their payif it had happened to one of tbe opposite ing him $2 50 cash. Iu addition to sendWhile at the supper table, a cat sex. n ing the paper be was to enlarge pictures brought in a rat that was not Unwhich went iu for tbe same money. dead. Instead of killing it Bbe went to derwood secured several orders, but neithplaying with it. Tbe rat would try to er tbe paper nor the pictures ever turned make way every time she would turn it up. Warrants were sworn out against him loose. So finally she set it loose near a by parties In Cloverport, and he was arman's foot. The rat sought refuge up his rested in Louisville and brought here Mon- pant leg. He finished his supper and exday. He was committed to jail to await cused himself quietly and removed tbe rat. nn examining trial. Underwood's side of How many women do you think could the story is that he was working for an have Btood such a trial. Eastern firm and if his orders were not mercurial I'olion. filled it wss not his fault and he has comMercury is oftea injudiciously uied by mitted no crime. quack doctors in caies nt malaria and blood Down in the Long Lick country the cit- fiolton. Its after effect li worse than the B. B. B, (Botanic Blood izens are having a pretty lively fight over contains no mercury, but will eliminate Balm) merthe location of a depot on the L., U. k W. curial nolson from the ivstem. Write to railroad. Before the railroad was built Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, (la), for books of convincing prooroi lti curative virtue. tbe McCrackens promised Mr. Johnson A. F. Brltton, Jackson, Tenn., writes "I Dean to locate tbe depot on his place, but caught malaria in Louisiana, and when the fever at last broke, my system was saturated since the road has been located and built with potion, and I had sores In my mouth and a division has sprung up among the peoknots on my tongue. I got two bottles of B. ple down there and a number of them now B. B., which healed my long e and mouth and made a new man of me." opposb the location of the depot at Mr. Wm. Richmond, of Atlanta, Ga., writes: Dean's and want it put at Carwile's, a "My wife could hardly see. Doctors called It point some distance this side. Some time syphllitio Iritis. J(er eyes were In a dreadful condition. Her appetite failed. She bad pain ago Mr. Dean promised McCracken that in her Joints and bones. Her kidneys were if he would locate the depot at his place deranged also, and no one thought she could Dr. recommended he would put up a warehouse, store be cured.' uied Ulllam her health wasB. B. II., until which she entirely house and some other buildings, and restored." K. P. B. Jonei, Atlanta, Ga., writes : "I make tbe point a business one for was all that country. I suppose Mr. lots troubled with copper colored eruptions, of appetite, pain in back, aching joints McCracken took this for a very flattering debility, emaotation, Ion of hair, .sore throat, inducement and possibly answered Mr. and great nervouaneii. B. B. B. put my system in flne condition." Deau that he should have the depot But now such a strong rivalry has come up to BURA8. have it put at another point that it is not at all certain where it will be located, Ruin and mud is plentiful in this Two applications are before the county court for publio roads; one leading from Robert McGuffin went to Garfield last McDaniels to Dean's, and another from week. Wheeler's ore 'organizing quite fast in McDaniels to Carwile's. Petitions are afloat in tho neighborhood lo get the Bense the country. 1 Sowing of tobacco beds is all the go at of a majority of the people on the ques tion, which will likely be tbe best method present. M. Meyer went to Eveleigh' last week to of settling the disputed point, Tho fight see bis brother. is hot. Emma, little daughter of Isaac and AnNOTICE na Bruner died Jan. 22d. All persons indebted to me either by Fruit trees are all blooming out, and note or account are requested to come they will go back to you bet. forward and settle before the March court Joel H. Pile has gone to Bullitt county as I intend to list all claims for collection, to see about school. not paid before that lime. Fair warning. Go to Moycr & Co., for cht&p goods, and . J A Witt, high price paid for produce. ' Northern white seed oats for sale by Railroad is in hearing and,every person Patrick Tcaff. is going fo see tbe iron horse run. Isaao Pile is, talking of going out West "', . Syrup of lgs.' to farm in the future, soyeral will regret Produced .from the luxotlvo and nutritious juice of California' figs, combined his going. Meyer & Co., aro talking of going to with tbe medical virtues of plants kpown to be most beneficial lo the human system, Harned's station to put up a large sore, McGuffin will run it, tbey are hustlers. acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowDied, February 4th, Mr,s. G. P. Duncan els, effectually cleansing the system, disShe has been a pelling colds and headaches, and curing at the age of seventy-fou- r. member cf the Baptist church for forty habitual constipation. years. She leaves quite a number of CalUltF N. D'Huy's jewelry store and friends to mourn her loss. Lookout for the Democrats next August see tho handsome gold watch to be given to all our cash In1 advance and paid up tbey are going to get there by a large majority, Do you not think so Mr. EdiK r ? subscriber, , half-growse2-tion. Our stock of Blankets which we advertised a few weeks since at FAMD For Integrity of its Drawings, and tho 4th, of pneumonia, at Squire White's.; such Prompt payment of its prizes, extremely low figures, aro now all gone. But w&havc a few ComAttested as follows: Messrs J. K. Ditto and Charles Cole" We do hereby ceri(fy we supervise man went to Lonisville last Thursday forts in that line left which wc aro now offering at equal figures. Give the arrangements Jfor all thatMonthly and the night. Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana us a call. for twenty years .V- - LADIES' All "Wool 25 cents, worth 45 els Ladies' all' Wool 24 ot9., worth 40 cts. h: o ss e! CHILDREN'S AU.Wool Hose 19 cts worth 25 cts. Children's all Wool 15 cts. worth 20 cts MISSES AinVoolHos'e25cts worth 40 cts. Misses all Wool 20 worth 35 cts. ' 'State Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and thai the same are conducted with honesty, fairness,md in good fqith toward all parties, anil we authorize the Comnany to use this certficate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." 3 fif eo& Commlaaioiicrs. This has hcen an extremely mild winter and on that account very unfoyorahle to the leather trade, yet we have but a few BOOTS left, Ire. Natlouat Hank. LANAUX, and these wo arc offering at less than cost. tt will pay you to come PIERRE Bank, Pre. State National A. JlALDWIN, Pre, New Orleans ' iij and get posted on prices. In National Rank. CIRC KOIIN Prea. Union National Uank. '- We the undersigned Banks and Bank-er- s wiflpayall l'tizes drawn in tht Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at our counters. K. W. IVALIHSLlTV, Louisiana STAPLE 4N1)FANC,Y(JR0CF1 -, GRAND - MONTHLY DRAWING We are the leaders both in quality and prices. ' In the Academy of Music, NewOrlcans Tuesday, March II, 1890. l100,000 -- v s'r SPOT CASH ! i t If .ll- - e PRIZE OF L ARC! K PRIZES' OF 2 LAROE PRIZES OF 1 GRAND 1 1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF 1 (1RAND PRIZE OF canifai Pri7A. ssfin.nnn . I" Tickets at Twenty - BollnrH Ctfl Ilnvnlst ftlflf Tenths ts: Twentieths SI. ' list or raisis, !- 6Pl(IZESOF 25 100 200 600 100 100 " " " 100,000..$300,000 100,000., 100,000 50,000 60,000 25,000.. 25,000 10,000.. 20,000 6,000.. 25,000 1,000.. 25,000 500.. 50,000 300.. 60,000 200.. 100,000 $50,000 $30,000 CLOVERPORT, KY, Prliet of 3)500 are Prlieiof$300are , lOOPrites of$200ar Tkbmmal Pbiics: 909 Prises of 100 ar 999 Priie; of 100 are, IPPBOUMATIOH FIIZt3. ' 20.000 99.000 99.900 l.'-.- i . . '( 3,134 .Prises, amounting to ......,....,$1,054,000 I! , NoiR Tirkets drawing Capital Prlies are not entitled to terminal Prises. AGENTS WANTED. GUSTON. Farmers are talking about Bowing oats. Mr. Jube McCoy, of near Irvington, died very suddenly last week. Say, all you people that want to go somewhere, come to Guston, Mrs Juo. Snyder and Mrs Geo Neff have been sick this week, but have about recovered, Mr. Ilurdaway is very popular here, ns he acted as railroad and express agent at this place for a longtime. Tbe I.euUvllle market. The market for new burley tobacco this week has been strong and active. The advance noted last week in good and Goo jeaf has been fully sustained. Several Bales at $20 and over were made. Tbe advance this week has touched, more the lower grades. The fine goods have now gotten so bigb, and tbe supply seemingly limited, and hardly sufficient to Club rates, or any further information detlred, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with. State, County, Street and Number. Morerspld return mall delivery will be anured by your enclosing an Envelopo bearing your full address, JtSrEot " IMPORTANT. orfli. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orlcaim, IVuKUlligton, D. C. A..inM.'A.JAtiPIliN. L,aM - By ordinary letter, containing Monet Obukr Isiued by all Express Companies, Mew York W Exchange. Draft or Postal Note. fay ox Curee.nct sent us by Express of $5 or over. and sebooluate back to bis "dative heath" and wish for bira aod nis, accomplished daughter aa overflowiDg cup of pleasure ,b4 happiness. Dulington, (9 C)News, , Potatoes .,... 90 U5 Onions , 1 2 , Dried Applet ..,,..., , 3 .., Dried Petehes...,, ,. 2 , Hucklcn'o Arnica Salvo ,..., 9 00 10 00 best salve in the world for cuts Hay good Tho ; 19 20 bruises, sores ulcers, salt rheum, fever Oati '. 30 32 sores, tetter, cnapfjea bands, chilblains, E.Ccrn 76 corns, and all skin eruptions, and positlve-I- v Wheat 7? It is Veal ealrei,.t , cures Files, or no pay required. J 00 4 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or Egg , 11 m.. J0 money refunded, rnce 20 cents per box, Butter 12 sale by G. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., Chickens u. For Spring , 2 00 2 25 and J. A. Witt, Hardinsburg, Ky. Chickens, old...,,,,.., 2 50 2 25 8 Bcatn of Capt. Wm. ffeek of die Turkeys, ilvo 10 Guthrie. " dreiied 12 12& , Cspt. Wm, E Meek, one of the best Feathers prims 20 35 , ,. 18 80 known steamboatmen on the Ohio river, Feathers mixed..,., ,.,.,,'.,.,....,,,..,. 1 Vi died at bis .home, 1525 West Madisijn B'g , 21 22 street, Louisville, at 8 o'clock last Sunday Beeswax Tllow , I 4H evening. He was Captain of the LouisGreen Hides 3Ji ville and Evansvilla packet Jas. Guthrie Dry Hides 0 8 until about two months ago, when illness Sheep Pelts,..,.,,, .. 1,,...',.'...,.-45 jg) 1 00 Capt. Meek was 05 Olmeng force him to retire , 2 70. 2 75 years of age, and had been a steambool-ma- n Yellow Root,.., ,..,. 22 ($ 25 years on the Ohio a'nd May Apple Root for thirty-fiv- e ,.: Mississippi rivers, He was well known among river men, and had a host of Hogs, choice packldg....,.,. .,... 3 55 3 60 friends in this city and all along the' river. Hogs, light 3 35 3 50 ' 4 00 Cattle, extra shippers.., ,.. 3 50 Welcomed Hack te III Old Home. " best butchers 3 26 3 00 " medium !.,. 2 25 Mr. S K Carrigan, of Guston, Meade 2 75 " common 2 00 100 County, Keotuoky, who sbprtly after the 3 50 4 00 war remoyed and married there, has re- Sheep, good shipping,,,,, " , ommon, , 50 turned o ibis place and will fill the posi4 75 5 00 tion of bookkeeper for his brother, Capt. . " extra lambs " common Jamb.,.v.,,..,, 3 50 4 25 Mr. Carrigsn fs a 'widW. A Carrigan. , FURS,, ower and brings with hiss bis only chilli, Raccpoa., ..,.,. 50 .,....,..,, 70 Miss Eva, who is a rpleudld specimen of , Miak , , eo 40 the Kentucky girl. We welcome our friend Opossum. ,.....,. JO1 lion. Gus Richardson has been confined to his bed for the last week with la Grippe. He is much better at this writing. Mr. Hunter Dardawny, U. S. guager, ol Big Clifty, passed through this place on his way to visit hisVarents at Iiewleyville. Nico Weather, only a little cool. We are afraid of a cool spring and a small fruit crop. Old Sol looks down on us warmly some days, but we are afraid he's giving as taffy. Mr. John Lancaster, of near this place, is dangerously ill, Tbe doctor says ho has tbe spotted fever. Mr. Lancaster is a verygood, quiet, nice man, and we are very sorry to hear of his illness. Wheat is looking nice, bat we are afraid the "Old Man" was giving it to us a little thick when he said it looked like April or May, May be it does, though; we won't dispute his word in the free and easy way be does ours. We are deeply interested in the Sandy Hill debating society, and will wait with bated breath tHI the important stock law question is finally decided. Why is it that somebody can't get up some original sub-jeto debate. Now, that old "War and Intemperance" question has been in use for about fifteen years and is still going tbe rounds. meet wants of manufacturers, buyers or Address Registered Letters to turning their attention to substitutes. The NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL RANK. effect of this has been to advance and New Orleans, La. strengthen tbe prices on medium arid lowREMEMBER, that the payment of all prices er grades. We move up our quotations on Is GUARANTEED BY FODR NATIONAL BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tlokets are these grades this week 50 cents per hunsigned by the President of an Institution, dred. Popular favor still leans Tery much whose chartered rights are recognised In the toward bright color. Tbe 1889 cropihaa highest Courts; therefore, beware of any Imitapresented an unusally large amount of tions or annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR is the price of tbe smallest co'ory and 51 t colory tobacco, though it part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US has been lacking in substance and body. In any Drawing. Anything in our name ofTbe offerings of old Barley have beon fered for lets than a Dollar IS a swindle. badly out of order, and i,t is hard to say what tbey would sell at if sound and sweet; Prmrmfiir-TTT- F It is remarkable .how little good dark toa JojiMiUmm i rmw&ns. bacco appears on the breaks. We can ssttt if. 3 follow tbe sales for a whole day and ha: ly see a good sound bogBbead of dark t o4MNs':'l,0JeJourHl fjfjABerlcan . Jk." bacco offered. For the crudes and nn&liiv adrei being offered there is practically no de- Mrtih is--, t iff e,bsihould adver - iPlT'- WMkn adrer-yxyrienc- HwawMiJ mand. Receipts and offerings have been run ning from soyen to eight and nine hundred hogsheads per day, Rejections have been comparatively light, showing a generally satisfactory market Farmers Homo Journal. Louisville Market Report. Commission Corrected weekly by II. W. Herndon Merchants, 144 3d street. Apples fancy, Rome Desntles $3 2i " fancy N. Y. Pippins , 3 00 i Co., 3 50 3 25 1 00 " common 50 tise j bnRlKfc.vlrertisement; how to display onejwfflrf bow much mijney to expend in fact, dticounes on every point that admits of profitable discussion. Advertising Is an art practiced by many but by few. The conductors of Printers Ink understand it, and their advice Is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years in placing advertising contracU for many of the largest and most successful advertisers. A year's subscription costs tut two dollars : sample copies Free. Address : GEO. P. ROWELL CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Bpruco St., Now York. Breckenridge Circuit Court. Richard II. Penlck, Ac. s s ") li En'y Wm. T. Penlck, Ao. J Defendants. having claims against the estate of Peter B. Penlck, deceased, are hereby notified to produce their claims before the undersigned Commits loner at his office In Hardinsburg, properly proven, on or beforo tbe first . day of March, 1800. Given under my band as Master Commissioner of the Breckenridge Circuit Court, this the first day of February, 1800. V. G. Babbage, M. 0, B. C. C. " , l Notice in Platntlff S ' Breckenridge Circuit Court. A. M. DeJernotte, Adm'r vs j 303 J Defendants. All persons having olaims against the estate of John 0. Wheatley, deceased, aro hereby notified to produce their said olaims beforo the undersigned Commissioner at his office in Hardinsburg, properly proven, on or boforo tho first day of March, 1890, Given under my band as Matter Commit- sionor of the Breckenridge Circuit Court, this 1 st day of February, 1890. V. G. Babbage, M. 0, B. O. U. hllen Wheatley and others. ) Plaintiff I Notice InEq'y " Breckenridge Circuit Court. Thomas F. Satterfield ic others ) Plaintiff I Notice InEq'y ts. Milton M. Tate, & others J Defendants.. All persens having olaims agalnit the estate" of A, L. Simons, deceased, are) hereby notified to produce their claims beforo tbo undersigned Commlss'oner, properly proven at his ofljee In Hardtnsburgf on or before tbe fint day of March, 1890, Given under my band as Master Commit-slonof tbe Breckenridge Circuit Court, this first day of February, 1890. V. O, Babbage, M. 0. B, O. O. er ,....,,.. 1002 Fox Skuak ,.,iti. !,...,. ..i...i. ...M...'. .v.u.i .'.....1 MuiklUt '" 1 u 10 60 J. -- 10 '15 ' 1 125 25, 25 la good detaaad. Iteeew your subscriptions promptly and get a ticket in oar Qrand Gift' Distribution $rfBjS .Z'M&WreBk y ttWYjr ' - , No mciQ Sunday sliavag, Tho liufLira have uotnbiiml. Mr. lU-'-irr- W: lttip:VITIUN. After Those Millions """ Tho Fisher Holra Moot in Louisville to Prove Their Identity. ! i ' ii ' 'jjLmjiijjL'Jiui-'Jaai'Ju.iJLL- ! tldt MaKrfattOMsWasnMsVAasaiJMSjarJMMtPsMMfJ 1. L kin very tfclfsli(lJ. Sir NolloU.ncw hoiieOjiiiirenily Upr tho ovi:n two iiiimiii:u ;iiai. i i We Are Crowded ! workmen are hard at work on our .Now Spring Stock for next season, and ire crowding our atock rooms with finished work. Wo need room, aiid'nccd it badly. There is no way of "We liHvc tried that. enlarging our premises. Therefore, tho only thing for us to do ia to get rid of our Winter Stock as fcoon "We call the attention of those who have not yet as possible. bought a Winter Suit or Overcoat to tho "gift prices" that prevail in our store at present. Winter Clothes will be worn till the month of Juno tliiayeari so say the astronomers and weather prophets, and it will be a wise thing for you to give lip the idea that you can worry through with your old kuit; and conic lo us for a new ono which Will wear ypu and loojc wcJl for two, winters, and will cost you only, a trille. Wc are determined to have counter room, no matter at what cost. Our- 1 1" ' 1 Mr. N7w. Nixon has moved lo Carfoll- - , nftUBii fc, n8h & rH tonrKy,r i. . Mr."Vrf. IUmsey has beeu elee'ed -- cjty( ' . r ' ( ' J lion, li.ll. ITInrrny III into l'rcnlrtciit Ami Ontorcil to Germany At, ' I aseCsaor. The ladies of Owensboro have ornnnizcd a'HUrnafiaBacretyJAljaig Several new names added to our tftffl McaIe CircuIROourt wiU'cd livcne at B5lklli5imctlioa nndirefliW(-wheiBrandenburg'nlxt Monuay. SyVtlW Jftgata taken; itjisrpleasaBr Honew'jonr Bubscrintions tirom ptly and nnil TntVroliinnrfn .. tiintnofn 'nmlcTnlo .. w.... w.w MMl tl4U!U eutlyyet promptly on tho Kidneys, get a ticket in our grand gift dlBttiliutiod. Aver and L I Bowels, cleanses tho bvb- tcra effectually, dispels cplds, licad- inaouuBU Hon. H. K. Pierce, director of tho L., St. L. &.T., went to Louisvjllo yestotday. Jiexl ( ey.SJeFeiDojWnlbJwia M to canductja rfvlval 1 neelinfs. SundUJfeek Ji Hbt. J. if MoniaoD will oreach in the Presbyterian church next Saturday night at 7 o'clock. .Il'you.WantJyout. horse and Jack b!lls printed in Rood style bring or send them to this office. M&jDrteahibfeldnVohl nil fipe rocka-wo- y horse and rockawuy to Mr. Jns. T. Mlllerjfor.?250.V t "i (liyjce l KelMetliodjstJchJrch Sunday night was well attended and the music splendid. oat somo very CIsrencoJKgiihJisiturnihB work in the way of monuments, handsome and tombstones. . . . . . . I The barb r enops ortnis c it ,navu. i- .tereu into a ryrgteement ito cioso'jueir shops on Sundays. H ' 1 L. D. Addison has loaded two cars of spokes at Reynolds' BWttch and will load six. or eight more. R.E.TMoofman & Co., have moved their grojeyinfo JifL Miller's furniture room xin heiorihVde of Wall street. If Don't let your subscription expire. haven't a $1 send us 25 cents and exyou tend your timo f6r three months. L, D. Addison will oen $2,500 worth of .cTofhfhfejflJtheinOtt tonydaltopk out for his advertitement next week. Mr. J. L. Miller haB been elected City Councilman to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr: H, S. Wiley. Remember that our gold watch goes lo either a lady or gentletnan and is worth years. $35, warranted for twenty-on- e shops and drug stores With tbe barber 'aif (Hosed iri'S'undayB. the Sunday" lonfers will bavo a very lonesome time of it, sn't this flown getting good? If she keeps on there will be very littlo material for Rev. Stevo P. Holcombe lo work on. I GecLfteath'erbolt shipped several lots Ueo. of hogs to the market last week. regularly in the field now as a stock buyer Marsha"! Graham says he will enforce the Sunday law next Sunday without fear or Drug stores and all will have, to favor. I 'f g d Syrup W I igsistliV oniyrcrocuy on its kind ever tirfw duced, pleasing to tlio tasto and ac ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in ita action and truly beneficial in its constipnUonJ .effects, )hr' preparedjonFfiim.ftamoaC VM. healthy and agrccablo substances, its many excellent qualities com- Miuend Jtttp allantLbato made it ''thD'mdstionular rerhedv known. Syrup of Figaiufor sale in 50c-- gist?.' Anroliablo'drugpistwho may not have it will procure- at projnntly for any ono who wishes 'to ryti& J)b!not accent on-han- (jqni ""j d UUJT substitute KY. 1 HNV cAUFORNtMFjp (SfflyMco. tL0UISVIU, HEW YODKlk.r. Mft) Pi R OLEBR COURT We aro authorlted to announce T OF APPEALS. J U' JiaBP.Sg&fiBP8U. ' w ConventloriV Subject tooths action ftf Democrats BUta. iFOR JUDGE COURT OF We are authorised, to announce,, A APPEALS, M ft of the City of Louisville, as a candidate for Judge of the Court of AppeAh, subject to the aetlon.ofitbo DfmocraUojpatty of the luiru We are authorised to announce JOHN ROBERTS, ;i JUDGE JOSEPH LEW rnilldaie for tdtt ct subj Judge of the Court of Appsals, action JJCthe Demoertl?jpMty.S to the rrn Murray, John ; A V linn 1'iUnLL " Wm, K. Barnes, , i imM "' a'-j.-j. :! ! Cloverport, Hardlnsburg. &,. C Oncoi i The Courier-Journgives the following account of tho meeting: "The Fisher lielrs according to nppojtittJlont, met al ' the Louisville Ilo'e'l at id o'clock, yesterday ,tnoriiipg, bnt no stugle room, in tha build ing was large enough to accommodate the Crowd, so 'hn adjournment wns mado to Ltederkrar.z Hall. About 200 p'ebplp claiming to be iioirs wcro present In tho They came from every direction, ball, euch bent Upon (he single, purposo of etJ tablishing hi hfirship and of learning na much as possible of tho almost fabulous fortuno awaiting for them in the strong " box of tho German Government. , proceeded under '"'The meeting parliamentary rule, and effected an organization by electing David R Murray Chairman, and J B., Fisher, of Sti Louis, Secretary. Afterward, Ji A. Fisher, of Danville, was' elected permanent Chairman ) and Mifs Mattie Ffsbcr Secretary. An' Executive Cdmmitteo was appointed consisting bfDavfd R. Murray; H. B English, Texas;, J. B. FUber, St, Louis; K BBqcon, of' Louisville, and J. S. Wllkfcr-so- n, Cloverporf, to whom the meeting dele gated full authority to act in the matte-- . This Exesutive'Committo held a meeting at Alexander's Hotel at 8 o'clock' last evening. Letters were read from attor-ue- js and others who have been in correspondence with persons in Germany. Tbia correspondence! went to show that tho estate actually exists and can be recovered by pr6per steps. Thie evidence so satisfied tho committe'e that it was resolved to pursue the investigation until this fact was cle,arly proved or disproved, For this purpos.0 a sufficient fund was pledged (o, meet all the expenses liable to 6ccur. The heirs held a supplemental meeting indorsing 'the hblion of the Exccutlvo Committee nnd a'so seledied David R' Murray as their agent to go to Germany and investigate the matter fully. ''Mr. Murray was asked last evening when ho would start on his mission, and he replied that he would go within thirty days at furthest. He will be accompanied Mr. E. B. Bacon, of J. Bacon & Sons," ' V i ' ' tn i us; r iitt: f al "' r C K - d S k ?S b Qi ' POINT TO US As cxumplcs of enterprise in our slock) and models of moderation in our prices: JULIUS imniniii UNION STAR. WINTER mini uiinn i "Old. Reliable" Olotliiei-- H s YOU SEE THE POINT? Wc nim to make our Stock'tlic most comp.ru- hensive and most varfctl thai is open to the public, and we guarantee M n nt S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE. KY. jmIIMh To strike the Very Bottom Notch of Lowiies? with OUR PRICES HIGH VALUES. con-siste- llou to (irow tlootl Hurley. MURRAY 1. Li UI X BARNES1, ''T5ir-Wi- TOBINSPORT, IJMD'. . ii t - 11 3 . ' ,, T , - ilillll'l Hardlnsburg and Cioverportj Kentucky. Dr. J. T. BAKER, ' :; Ph.Vsician HARDINSBURG, KY ijarOffloo on Brick Corner. j asd Surgeon5, 'J IcVdJejl) '111 I . WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1800, 11 Notice the lnbol ou your iqner mid aco If your tlmo expires tlilN moiitli. .Trrtt-t- "'1 S' l!t. T Voraonul Chas. P. Babbage was in town Monday. t Mr. Arthur Board was in the city Thurs II ill',Mi I Ml IH'H f .lv.1. 'Yt" P. Fraize went, to. f HnrdinBburk, A- "t; O. el. ) - , St'ephepa, of, Holt) was in town ......... Thura- - 7 Fri; Mr, Israel Holder went to Louisville Ui.ImikJI I )lf I .Mr.YMftV '"Walkcr'irpard, Saturday. &. S A.. V- - " 1 r - and since that tlmfi'he haB been steadily imprqviq and Js now thoughl'to bo out of ' I . 4day in the c(ty. danger. ? . t Mr. Chas. Lisbon went to Eransville, The Breckcnridge Company (Limited) shipped eighteen hundred tons of cannel Misb Jennio Warfiold is, v'iaitin.'at Hari iosfl lastfnlppih. Thisjcompany Is doing taw tliHllhllBM llllfl MAflb fine- business andu now way behind UIIIOUUIH 1UIO ncvu, ' ' f Miss Ella Moseley, of'StepJiensporf, was with its orders;. ffi ',0IVa5l' India bey(use'tmrcrobe, the in the city last week Clayton Beard) of Hardlnsburg, spent ( insects which causewchickea cholera, to lfeygj'nj'gjiah rabbits?inrraerica they ' . Thursday in the city. ! Ii 'i ' uuiu Mr. M. Hamman, of Addupn, !waa in. ne uaniers uibu cuicucu vuuiern ,tft.troy theimicrobes. aqvera) daysjast wejs,,, town, ' I f UJWDiyjL as somo splendid fishing in Clo inere Mr.Alex. Bnllitt? oMJouiSVille, visited Capt. Rowland and ver creek last week. his brother rit Fo'nt Hill'tbis' wbek. brought fl0 severnl'Tnice Dr.kHfcmblbtbn Miss Hattfe'Mayqf ffardinsburg, was ling's! iy that'Jiif c(eek e In f the guest of the.SJipBjHairtlys weok. fine order this week. .'Mis'iRosat Riedel 'and ller. Frieda, M. M. Freeman's ofler of five acres of spent SatrfrdayanU'Sandayrtfithe city. larld fot mnnufaqturinejmrjiofeschaa," tDe Mr..OakfeyKelfoggVWvvil'eimBdo rjght ring l;q iK Now let .ome,of jh? gas friends in Cloverport a.flyjgg visit this compauies ofier free gas and this town will week. ., I. . , i ,,Mi begetting in proper shape 16 "do some', Mr. A. R. Fisher went 'to Lduisville this thing. j week to atlend the meeting 'of the Fisher Judge iMurray!sjliMle, son John Allen is heifs. ti'th bicUJ ft HWotight Monday that be ',' ". V." .r the day, Bos well could not poselbloVlivotfturough Misses Jennio Keith and Katie after an extended visit to Big Spring re- There'iwaSj & little improvement in bis Coitibn'ye'sterdayBnd ifts,now" thought . i.y turned Monday,- - visiting ihilite5Slrecowri Mrs. Dr. befzerj whd'ha's'-bee(JapfAVro. CaBnig8,MEMrjtitendent of at Addison,' has relUnfed t'lier home at the city gas works, received yesterday from Leavenworth. Ind,,Hi. -- f of cannel coal krtdge county 'a ne and .wife.' of Owens.v Mr. Quint-Hagas. This is horo, were the guests of Mr. W. M. Mul- -, to be used in manufacturing superior to riny coal ever brought to the r len and wife Monday night. t - . " cify. Henderson Journal. gillie Misses' Fapnie Lrashear and The saloon keepers are making war Cooper visited Miss Jennie Ireland (a, her agaijfsfjttfefifug stores through the city homo at Skillmnn Saturday. couqcil. , They claim tbaUbo drug stores Miss Nannie Stephens camo down from whiskey as they jo nnd pay Louisviie a few.dayi this. w,ee.k to,lifl wilh sgliJBStticb The council has ucDointed a no liconso. , her mother who is1 quit'o siokl 3111 ciwraittee to investigate the matter, Maate'rTlechanio B. F. Ferry and family A paint shop 40 x 70 feet and a shed for came up from Henderson, 'Thursday and repairing: cars, 100 x 30 will bp putm at ,havp, moved Into thp Warfield house on the lnacbjno shops in addition, to the High street building's 'Master already completed. Mr. Ed. Hamblelon, of Sorgbotown, Mechanic Ferry 'lays the shops 'will be came up Thursday o sn,d c'isyasbter, ready for business in about two weeks. sick for fjUBS" Anna, who has been nujte Mr. M. M. Freeman offers to donate five sovoral days. I)r Roth Parka, a former student at ihiV place, anij 'now.fi , praptYqjn'jr., ahyaicion at. from town, on tho pike, and borders op a visit Clifton 'Mllls'paid hla n adapted for a Clover cr&gjfjqjigftf "'"ih'is'week. Ho was welcomed by Kis old jAU)rrjBi JtcipjyjJUhjJIqrn men SchoorreTwilFsTncere pleawre, eksfcClub had auvJiie about kith would T r-vthis raatterJo iasja ad iwsjte some- l, mff I...l.-i.- , I, ' ri 1BOWSIRilH 011'ffil out ol it. H 1st Bjenerous ower on wiu UUTI rWlwtfonJniuAttiiew. t)yfPa.M"V nf Mr. Freemad. auaVshoiMI that ho y. t!.rYftuc.andGenemiw. lies some public spirit about hiiiiTlJP wrapper. i, of.Hoit;'4 towlt Tho remaining force.with exception of s at this the. blacksmith, of theTexas-shopordered to Cloverport. Henderson Journal. IL Ii. Morton is rapidly pushing the fifinl' arrangements to completion before beginning the erection oT the Phoenix KAAt.r... V- n.ll mill - jiuuiouuij. uoiier Mill ui I )SJrE)l Jii R?char)lsori,forJ Iiolfsville, Liah'is now jhe 'was'here' yesterday. proud father of a beautiful little daughter, jjornjJarjiPthfat Hannibal, Mo, Marshal Graham couldn't serve (be people on second street in a better way than to keep his eyo on the tramps that dally annoy the housekeepers on that street. .Tnhn rtlvlhn nassed a verv bad week. A. fclaee-'bas'Ibbl- C.'w.'SatierCeldf Vfcforfa, epAiVMoD- III l!( V -- v - Plenty of rain and mud. Mr. F M. Boultinghouse is slowly im ') proving. Baptists are holding quifo an interTho esting revival here, Tho wheat looks fine, bnt the continued warm weather will ii'jilre it. Mibs Ida Baker, who has been qnite ill, is slowly improving. M. Frank shipped a lot of hay to Bow-m&. Hamblelon last week. Dr. W B. White, Jr., of Tell City, is doing some fine dental work here. Mrs1. Clara Bonner, who has been visiting here for BCmo time, bns returned to ' her home at Rome, Ind. Quite a number of our friends aro losing their poultry, sThey should use a lit' tle shot and scare the thieves. Grippe caused by Till (jjroves has the that now, postoffico. We, congratulate our e. friend Till on having such a nice Is something we Bhould havo It bad long ago' and with the Grippe had hit Till sooner in the way of a postoffice. Thero is quite a sensation here in our public school. The lady assistant of our school must brutally beat little Sam Groves, leaving eighteen deep cuts on his limbs, nnd had not a farmer near by heard the screams bf the child be miglt have been, killed. He was ill and raving for some time afterwards and the poor littlo fellow is stiff from the effects yet, The license of soph teachers who cannot con-tr- 6l their' temper shou'd be revoked. Let our superintendent attend to socb matters,' we have too many poor, incompetent teachers in our county, and our public sobools are .becoming a nuisance to the scholars instead of a pleasure. er post-offic- Inventions nra out for a "Hop" Here on the 1 1th inst It has rained so much that the roads aio almost impassable. Miss Dora Gardiner's school at Shlloh closed on the iUstult. Mrs Elvin French is reported as S?ery ill nt her home near town. Mr. Walter Stiff, of Montana, is visiting relatives nnd friends in thia vicinity. Misa ltuby ttyon, of Victora, recently mado a brief visit to Mr. Gardner's family. Mr. Button Cunningham, of Cedar Grovo neighborhood, was it) town Saturday. Mr. Jo. Cash man, er., attended court nt Hardlnsburg last weok and visited his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Hawkins nt Uite'a Run, returning by way of Cloverport. The numerous friend? of Mr, K A. will probably be interested to (earn that he is tho proud father of nn eleven pound daughter, born at Hannibal, Mo. Miss Georgia Bruncr was married on Sunday the 2nd inst, at her home, near Prestou, to Mr. Stonewall Brashear. Agniu we were not favored with n slice of cake, but we wish them a pleasant future. We are informed on pretty good authority that Dr. S. P. Parks, of Clifton Mills and Miss Maggie Gibson, of Walnut Grove ncigbborh'd wore married last week Thoy also forgot us in tho distribution of invitations and cake, but we wish them a harJpy voyage on the, sometimes turbulent, sen of matrimony, Ricl-nrdson The crop of tobacco which Mr. C E Hutchinson sold to Mr. S. M Pry on last week, at ?9 50 per 100 lbs brought $500 and was grown on three acres of land Mr. Hutchison, who is n Very intelligent farmer and successful tobacco grower, fiajs that two years ago he undertook to raiso six acres of tobacco, more than he could handle properly and as a consequence, got very little money for it. Last yenr he tried half tho number of acres nud made more money out ol It. He cays tfc important step in growing Burloy tobacco is to hove plenty of good ptanta ready to set out in May. That if the tobacco is set out later than that, it grows heavy and coarse and never cores up properly, Small crops nnd proper handling is his motto for supcessfil tobacco growing. And it strikes us as about right. Newcastle Local. Frymire, of Preston, is talking of locating here for the purpose of practicing his profession and schooling his Dr Frymire is a splendid children. physician and a good citizen and would be a valuable acquisition to our towu. ' Dr. B See US! Talk with US! Try US! SULZERS Cioverport, Hook ) Kentucky. RYANI&STRATTQN Business College Keeping, Short Hand, Telegraphy .JteM rlU for Catalogue unci full information. ladUloVILalaSMIvYa J. XT 1SL Plirifyinfl to GISTElRNs''bR. WELLS purify the Pumps guaranteed Bucket F 5 foulest water. CJlmrcli :otCM. Ciiuitcti Sunday School every Sunday, 3.00 p, m. Tuesdav night prayer meotlng 7:30, by oOicors of the church, Pkesbytluhs Baitibi'Chukuii, Preaching od second and fourth Sundays of each month, at 11 o'clock u m. and 7:30 p, m. Suuday School overr Sunday at 9.30 a. m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m Can be put in by anybody and is never out of repair. Any child can use them. Will force water to an Buckeyo Force Pumps for Deep Wells. part of the house or surroundings. Either kind guaranteed to give satisfaction. Write for prices on these or any kind of Building Material. Can make shipments promptly to any point. . R. J, BASSET & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, KY. "Tho "iVIicotors." A great many persons, and among the W. K'l'Evnon, Pastor. ( u- .Uoim.J.ct . . It i:cnic. It ITIuy Ito Your Turn. -i . f n Ic-a3 y , , -- With well 'known regularity' the 236th Grand Monthly Drawing of The Louisiana Stato Lottery took place at New Orleans, on January ,14th, J890, unde,r tho usual supervision of Genoraja G. T. .Beauregard of Louisiana, and Jubnl A. Early of Virginia Ticket No. 93.2C2 drew the first 2 capital prize of $300,000. Ticket No drew the second capital prize of $100,-00- 0, and was sold in fractional twentieths at $1 each, sent to M, A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La., One was held, by Eli Zane, Philadelphia Pa; one by Robt T. Par-ke- r, St. James, Mo.; one by Thos. Marriott', Leavenworth, Kan ,r one by John Boston, Mass ; one by Hans Dwlght, III. ; one by H. W. Carter, Minneapolis, Minn, p one byC; N. Durois, Detroit, Mich.; one by Nevada Bank, San Francisco, Cal. ; dne by Second Natioaal Barik of Jackson, Tcnn,, e(i,, etc. Ticket .Nb, G4.M01 drew the third capital prize of $5Q 000, also sold in fractional parts, in like manner at $1 each ; one. to Wra E. Westlake, Peora, III j one to Jacob Abbott. 435 Afrquith 8t.( Baltimore, Md. one to Uonry Ollko, 163, West 3d St., Cincinnati, Ohio; one to a depositor, Union National Bank, New Orleans, La.; one to Hanlmk Lay & Co Traverse City, Mich. ; one to .John Daly, 402 Washington St., New York City; bne lo Charles G. Lynch, Bostorii Mass., etc., etc. The next 'drawing wil) take place Tuesday, March, 2Kb, 0( wbfch all information wilf be furnished o M. A. Dauphin, New on application La, Orleans, 12,-12La-go, , rest many farmers are prejudiced against tho farm era' and laborer's organization known as the Wheelers, or tho Farmers' and Laborer's Upion, and class it with the old time granger organization, which is an, injustico to a large per cent, of the best We haye carefully people in the land. studied and looked into the present organization, baring a few things that might bo amended or modified, wo believo the Organization is one calculated to result in much good to the farmer and laboring community. The principles of the order aro correct, for the most part, and if it will Strictly adhere to its resolutions to taboo politics altogether, much good call and will be ac complished, bnt on organization df its character cannot afford to mix up with politics, and if it does its .death will be n speedy tcrmihatibn of its existence'. As' we understand it, tho organization is' composed of Democrats Republicans, Prohibitionists, nnd all who subscribe to its doc- trino3 all who aUhfully strive for the betterment of the condition of tho clusses represented, and on election day, whether it'be for county, district, State or National offices, the members of the organization aro expected to vote their pbhtical sentiments just as (hey have always douo, regardless of their 'mombership in, the Farmer's nnd Laborer's Union, which js.noni but strictly and political, solely for (ho advancement and Protection of the farmers and laborers. The Times is gratified toseo that the organization is meeting with unbounded sue cess crowing nnd spreading in all directions, and if tho order is kept in tho channel in which it has been started, It is bound to prove a potent factor in tho futurChtc-tor- y of the country. It is a good causo for which the organ- 'izafion is laboring and we hops to see it prosper and thrive so long as its courso is just ondt Its aim air and honorable.. rTowJingGreen Times. ' Services nt the Methodist church. Sundays 11 n. m. nnd 7 p. m., by' tho pastor. Sunday School Sunday 9.30 a. ni., by Supt. A, A. Simons. Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 p. m. Itbv, W. C. Qiusnos, Pastor. OVERCOATS! Overcoat you need now, or at any time in the near future, you should call at Witt's. He's marked them His motto is never way down and they arc bound to go, to carry goods over from one season to another. ,Thcy must goat some 2rice. So here's your opportunity lo got You must take the cash along an Overcoat very cheap. tho' to get it or its equivelent, Produce. He also has a large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter t-- i 4 If its an K4 Notice. All persons indebtad to Mrs, C. Hnfloy, are hereby notified to come forward and lettle at once, either by caih or note. Cash prefnrrcd. !B8.iS.,P. Haitkv. , , :o NOTICE! FARM FOR SALE. In'Breckenrldge County, Ky., h of a mtlovfrom Stcphenfport, a town on tho Ohio river and h., St. L.'Jt T H. II., conilst-In- g of 145 acre. Fine fruit and stock farm wlthJWo never fiingiprlngs; on it. Tho Improvements consist of one, frame dwelling oouie oi nre roomi, siuoio anu,'iouacco Darn. Also plenty of good fruit of nearly alt kinds. Which can he bought for $1.230 $500 cash In band and threo yean tlmeon tho remainder. QARDNEn HAWKINS. Apylyto three-fourt- UNDERWEAR that he saya must go along with the Overcoats. Ho has cut the price on these goods and they must leave. But this advertisement don't tell the story near so well as the goods and prices, so it is best that you sec them. Call early and avoid the rush. :o I ;o., rN NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY! xJ. A. WITT, . $ : ", Hardinsburg, Ky. m OK will make Photograph any ilpd or stylo, Cabinet; Card, Daley orTlntypeq at reasonable prices. Alio large work Of 'any kind or Style. Enlargements made from old picture and framed for $2.50 'I alio mnko Crayon Portraits, (laving eighteen years experience in Photography, I will iry to mako Photos or any one and all, Oiro me a other work call. Now located over lAJlTIN'S DRUG SIOItE, , CJovcrpott, Ky, NOW I W. W. BROOKS, IN CLOVERPORT. F-A.K.K- IMIiF'Q-- inuiAnacous, ind. OO., t s& jrzzZmkWi i v Price, $18.00 at factory, Cash with, order, No. 7. Taka no elioes unles IV. I.. Don elm' ntime in price aro Tnmpcri on the bottom. If thrt dealer cannot Mijiuly t ou, end direct to factory, cncJoslnE (iilvcrlj ed CAUTION vrii. Btrictly rlrst-CluWarranted. r&jjpjfr viii pw-uuiiruwin juciiory. Stool Axles and Tina. U)W Ilcnt Sent Arms. IYrfectly Ilalanccd. Iinff, FjurilUdlne, Oil Tempered Bpring. ' IJcst Wheels and Boat All Over. r IF YOU OAN'T FIND TBK FOE BALB BY YOUR MERCHANTS, k4Mfl 11 V iS! WRITE UB. in" Lprepnrlnir.for JJEIorw-R- j AMstker Jtuittt. ii . S. Triplett is arrangipg for am excprsiuu ui lun uuKisiuiuia tv yrrcuouuiu andFordsville next month'. He believes he has on his pweusboro and Fordsville1 railroad as great a country os has yet been discovered in eastern Kentucky, a section that is how attracting so much attention, and he proposes to advertise it to the world in every manner possible. He will make the trip so attractive that all the members will'dome, He has made all (ho arrangements with the railrOadd for brjhgjnllie 'excursion train to Owensboro and conveying the, members home afterward by nqjrqute,t oy chooje, Oiyonibojo Messenger. I I lil It Ii til h Mr. 8. K Curilgan, formerly of Gustotif Meade county, but now of Society Hill, 6. C, sends Us'ntHor the' New! and iuys, 1 i Wanted. Ik&itt tdHSBBBBlHBk For Sale. 550 acres of land, in one mile of Webster Station, L St, L. & T. railroad. In Koud community, jn cood state of cultivation, churches, schools and shops convenient. Address, T. B. Hesdkksok,' Webster, Ky. 2,000,000 Hickory Spokes. GQO.000 feet Hickory lumber. COO.000 feet Oak lumber. 100,000 Cords of Hickory Butts. For dimensions and prices, address. OWEXSItltOHO Co. GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for f W. L. DOUGLAS Reapers and Mowers, 3 SHOE fcENTUEMCH. Grain nnd Creed. tho Ciit, UrAtj oo yVmtarvraof. . A zi !H In tho world. icnminy nip CO .Oil Xiicoit mr jiti n iy Mtrad uwrjeand crossed red lines on a,a i'Qjr.K;KiANi vakmkkhiIOK. shoe. There U njj.h.umhpg about ourpemiums a. iii VAi.iii; ;ai.i- - ni llfep, the i!fl Atfk WnftKINOMKNlll KIKIirQ go wfjhpqt.juinney, and. wUbout. "The weather hero fssrjrjng Tbey I.BO BHU Mt.7aiHUXHt KD11UDI, HIIOKS. plucij tees are In iullj bloowj gardonSjUru au ium in (joogrcii, mittoit anu un, price to our paid up subscribers,, rtf. plajite.d and tb'u and for the coming crpp & -!"" I I'vmi i i i.mf iir Tobacco rivaling the famaro prepared. SJ1.7B 8HOK FOK MI8K, Hixi Material, lyl. ,Hct PUtlnjr, ous N,iQ,,l)i,heengrqwQ here 4be past W. L,. Duuglaii, Neodlne a tonic, or children that wantTailldlng Hraekto,IKai.' Buld Ij should takp two years, the beat grade soiling for Mots HITTKKS. BttOWS'4 "ION It'js plewant ta take, curw.MalirUi lwSles. and the lowest 20 cents per pound." ' ' AH deiWeeplt. " ' BLtWi tl uikii mi IIOK. Qroin D;1U, Fertilizer, Cement, Michigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, MACAZINB, uilh 'ih varitd and txctlltnt (Qnttnti, it a liTrary . . ih ilstlf, It w ttdttd a happy thought (o irint mi tttirt novtt U tack nmnttr. Not a thort nevtltttt. tut a oitp iteryuUh as you art used ft gtt tit bath firm and jy from out dollar to out dollar auda half for Not only that, tut with each numltr you pit - II'PNCOTrs you a good rtsgaiiHt ttsidtt ttn ttevtl Tht ringing Hows vMeh hav teen ttruch ou itahumUnU9fotktrtatriiutiout,kUkght thtgttvwtftPlr ,ww $3 $2 SHOES LAft. Pine & Poplar Shingl MmmsV f. fimr, AWWMrV,r Lfffw Uoii.niwJ WllouJiie Ht BoWmer.3 Httiribleton. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Fhwrfftftal-- ( ways kept on hand, OriM,Mt,T , oompanied by cash Frswpt-- 1 , ' ' ly tilled. MifiC0TrJi'JM4MfSiSi est I'll ;3fcjjswMawafcMsa.Wwwwwi r.tn AMOS "1 'i - 'lllll IfBlillfll sc ODDS AND IM.til.HM NDS. ! jflHW "Tlio IVIicclcm.t nuw-fledg- fd ., jt3 Jl'f1irftfiJVtiftfc'tol CONSUMPTION; Its flint stages, canlbejmccesstulljr, INchocked by tho prompt nso of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Even Jn tho Inter periods of Hint disease, tho cough Is wonderfully relieved by this medicine. V I lmvo used Aycr's Cherry Pcctornl with tho bent effect In my practice Tills Wonderful preparation onro saved my life. I had n constant couch, night sweats, was greatly" reduced in fleshy and given up by my physician. One bottle and a half of tho Pectoral cured me." A. J. Eldson, M. D., Middlcton, Tennessee J Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I used it freely, and my lungs wcro soon restored to a healthy condition.,, Sinco then J have Invaflabltrrecomfnonded this prep- aratlon." J, lli Chandler, Junction, Ya. Of n cold that for some- days I and a was confined to my state-roophysician on board considered my life Happening to have a bottlo in daugor. no severo Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After taking this medicine two or thrcg months I was cured, and my health remains good to the present day.1' James Blfchdrd, ' DarlenfConn. " Soverfif years ago, on a passage homo from California, by water, 1 contracted years ago I was sovcrcly ill. Tho doctors said I vas in consumption, and that they could'tlo nothing for me, but advised mo, as a last resort, to try " Several Ayer's Cherry Pectoral mxTAnxv J or ' I Or. Cold J. C.'Ayer ty Sc Co., Lowell, Mass. nil Tlnlpgl.ti. rnctlijiiibotilci,!. Breckenridge News ST ITH CONVrNTION. of Young Men. One qftfiomost important gatherings to be held In his State for some tnoitths to come will be the Ninth Annual State Convention of the Young Men's Christian, Association at Paris, February I'HJJ. Tho coining Convention is looked forward io with great interest by the young men of the Slate. The success of the Convention, as far as the best methods of work and the latest plans of operation nre concerned, is assured... Those from without the Slate, and many of tho most effective speakers among tho pastors, busines men and college men from within tho Stnte, insure the most attractive program yet offered at any Statp Convention. All the special lines of Association work will be discussed, and new thoughts and methods of work presented by experienced Association workers. The attendance last year at Georgetown was 120, and at leat twico as- many delegates are expected this year. Youiig met) in towns where theie is no Association aro cordially invited. All such will have their credentials signed by their pastors. There will he a rale of one (are and a third for the round trip on all railroads, nnil the Paris Association will entertain nil delegates free. Special attention will be given during the Convention to the consideration of plans for reaching and helping the young men in small towns and country places, and larg6 delegations from such places aro Urged to attend. It is hoped also that many churches will send delegates from ntnong our Cliriallan young men. Persons thinking of attending tho Convention should write Henry E Kneevear, Stato Secretary, Y. M. 0. A Louisville for circulars and full inhrmntfon, or any Local Secretaries. Mr. A 1) Paul is the General Secretay in Covington. A 4 - Hrrnl (Jutlicrlii Who en n foretell a sudden bruise on the leg nf ii favorite ' Keep Salvation Oil for llio stuhlei Tlje early bird cntcues the worm and sometimes a bad cold, which however does no injustice to the old proverb, for with the aid of Dr. Hull's Cough Sjrup colds aro of no consf qcenio. Price Mi T- correspondents from different section of this county have been giving their views as to who would be the most suitable person to represent our county in the Constitutional Convention and without a dissenting voice so far as I liavu seen they have selected Judge ,1 Allen Murray. That selection will also suit the people in this end of the earth. 1 think I have interviewed from fifty to one hundred people on the subject nnd, with probably one or two exceptions, have heard no other name mentioned. Knowing Judge Murray's good judgment pertaining to both law and justice, we believe hira'tb be tho proper man for this particular place. He certainly has tbt interest of the people of the Stale at henri and will work as hard to keep "deviltry" out of the Constitution as any other man that may be thero. We want no wrunglo over this thing; neither should it be a partisan So if any one has a beiter man to offer than Judge Murray put him up nnd wo aro for him, be he Democrat or Kepub-licunf-fa- ir. n. v I nolice;iimny? WEBSTER. This organization will hereTwo uunnerj near Willlamsport found A WiiIcfn I'p in Hie Ilcuutlful Village after act conjointly with the Knights of suow white squirrel. or IrvliiKinii niitl I'linU Mirny Labor, under iho sella of the "Partners' Tho pin factories of the United States man. rMiuiigcN, and Laborers' Union,'' a roslf ly moulded ufacture nliotlt ISjOOO.000,000 of llioso dlmln-utlv- o but uwfnl articles every year. somewhat in the order of the deifnet Wkihtrii. Kv.. .Ian. 1st, lfiHO, Tlio country having tno largest proportion Grangers. Its olject Is the promotion of Dkau John of cultivated land Is Denmark, Russia hav- Long years have sped away nnd tWny n the agricultural and mechanical loteresis, ' Il'iR the smultest. The United Kingdom flas as against all i peeie of extortion to their 29 per cent, of land tilled, against 71 uu- golden bck has been silvered by timo tilk--J. Blnco my last to you, and it may be that special interests. In action they propose to ignore political affinity, yet we fix! JustU L. DWIght, tho Sojqnd Day you loo havetaken your flight, liko many of Port Hunter, announces that the other dear ones I knew, to (hat eternal un- somo of its members already announced world will coino to mi end somo timo before for political offices of trust nnd emolument, Is wrong for nip to treat known. I know it Jan. 1, IS00. you thus, but I excuse myself when I Thoy oppose "trusts," rei It occurs to us It pays not to bo hasty; that Is, It pays the evolutions will de- otlior man who takes ndVnntago ot your notion that everybody and everything is that their own natural velop a powerful "trust" for special beneslowness and gets In ahead. wiong; the weather is wrong; serpents Mrs. Cynthia Mcrhcotors, living noar fits to two classes of citizens. r, tho aro loose on tho earth in Two old political parties, whom the new fjfcoiicnstlu, Ind., Is 00 ycdrs old. On her (lis in at woods is nlive with mcffjuitoes, last birthday slio entertained ft party of society assumes id Ignore, both profess to friends and baked tlio cake that formed a and while' I write this the'feslivnouse-fly- , aim nt the protection of iho rights and in portion of tho repast, gr.gutly io my annoyance, is prancing terests of ALI, classes of people Now, do ThcJ hostility ot Costa Itlca toward tho con(jriskly athwart the little prario that oc the two classes as represented in this oi- - struction of tlio Nicaragua Canal has been curs on the summit of my pencraneum. ganization represent the bulk of popula- settled by arbitration, and work oil tho canal and it dora seem that I am taken for Noah Is making rapid progress. tion ? do they comprise a majority of tho No, 2, far my habitation at the loot ol One of tho remarkablo things said to bo in of Hie country fully1 enUtah is a mountain noar Bait Lako City comthese dismal mountains is deluged in business interests titled fo legal protection ? Has the propletely covered by oyster shells. This mounwater If my ark floats out I will halt at tain is nearly nino thousaud feet rtbovo the fessional mnn, the merchant, banker, maryour lpwn,t,for I will want you in the ollice mining industry, the artist, etc; no level of tho sea. ami the'Colfinelon the roof; then let her iner, The survivors of tho claims lor a proper protection to their Odessa, which" foundered at London rtenmcr sea,'hdvo arrived float, not to Ararat, but to Corcassus, and vllio Mil Entrlnnd. Tlinv vm i3irrlt Inwh with multiform interests? And cniiiiof we will lake a hunt for Solomon's Temple. ' gran J old Democratic party, hs formalo'led the- vessel, bill were blown t6 the fcurfaca So much has been euid of late, through through the;' boiler bursting, tho explosion by Jefferson and expounded by Jackson saving their lives. the Nkw8. about Irvington (but my curiosand Cleveland, if honestly administered what it was nil ity was aroused to know The cost to tb British government for the extend due protection1 to tho nltinltles of carringo of malls to Amoricaiiow amounts to about. So, prompted by curiosity alone, of am, occupations ? $.100,000 per annum. Tho receipts for postage I boarded a train pointing in that direction. citizens heretofore been exceed $035,000 icr annum, It has found impractifew minutes afterwards I stepped off a a 'Largo forltihcs' sometimes havo queer becable (o disserve any prominent party at Irvington and looked around in annulginnings. Tho Gardiner (Mo.) News says ponor mo laws, irom that ono.ot tho wealthiest firms In that state ment. Instead of (be old fields I used to ior uio regulations tics. Indeed, such movements are ess en -- began business on 85,000, which a sister o hunt birds over 1 beheld a splendid little sentially political. And no matter how tho jmrtners got In a breach of promts stilt city full of magnificent buildings nnd tho for damages ngnlnst ft rich man. pure the design of the rank nnd file of adstreets astir with people. While standing, A poor, harmless lunatic has, boon sending herents, designing men will ingratiate) gazing in wonder at the surrouuding beaucold shivers down tho backs of tho superstiI themselves into their confidence, contn tious pooplo of CentcrvIiTo, N. J. For many ty, my revery was interrupted by a pleastheir action nnd install themselves in nights ho has lingered In tho vicinity of Evto dinner. Well, I was soon ant invitntion of honor and emolument, under tho ergreen cemetery, and whenever any one fouud wending my way from tho depot went past on tho road tho daft spook used to specious subterfuge of ''political purificadanco on tho graves. Ono man, however, diagonally across ibe railroad to the tion." If democratic laws nre fnithfuly inoro courageous than his fellows took tho Hotel, a building that reminds carried out, all industries, nil honorable hobgoblin bv tbo napo of the neck and turn mo of the mythical Palaco of Habib, ing his face toward him recogntted tho lutm-occupations will be duly and fairly proWhen there I was ushered into n spacious uc. tected, and class legislation cannot prosdining-rooto a table laden with just According to n paper read before tho re-- 1 of to any marked extent. Instead per cent meeting of tlio association such eadibles as please an epicure like puzzling our bruins by forming new partii 8 shorthand has flourished Library less for 2,000 more or 'myself. I discussed tlip meal, urrounded of contracted benefits, let us purge tho old years. Cicero's famous writer, Tiro, Is by cherished friends with whom I bad known to havo rlvnli in his own time, mid organization of its known abuses, by placbroken bread almost nn hundred years ing Caesar's feats in dictating several letters simits destinies in the hands of wio nnd ultaneously whllo traveling still remain ago. Irving'on is no myth, but an absogood men. Instead of striving to offset Dut Shorthand, as now Understood, lute existence with a grand future. one selfish "trust" by forming nnother, t Is the product of tho present century. It is While fbire I rambled out alone to the us encourage and build up the uarty ff computed that tho literature relating to tho Uardinsbarg arid Western Junction, sat subject would fill no fewer than 13,000 volbroud siatesmanship which looks for "ilia umes, and England nlono has given birth to down and cogitated over tho phanges that greatest good to the greatest number," and S07 different systems. hnve occurred since the Colonel nnd I a just governmental protection to all. were boys. Little did we think then that Talking Shop. Henderson Journal would today be snorting tho iron horse If thero Is anything mora completely at variance with good taste than to talk about over three distinct railroad in old BreckMerit Win. ono's bus'ness, to boast of his skill, to euloenridge. One scream from that devil in gize- his wares, and to put his prices on dress We desire to say to our citizens that for and tho Colonel and I would have harness, parndo In a social party or with n disinterested tnken Io tho woods. But our natures, like years we hnve been selling Dr. King's New friend or acquaintance, wo don't know what everything else, have changed since then Discovery for Consumption, Dr, King's it is. Cus'oms have changed, manners have New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salvo to lit ordinary conversation outside the shop, break in with, "You oughtcr havo seen a changed, religions hnve changed, and even and Electric Hitters, and have never handcoat I turned out todayl'Msnot overpower-ingl- y tho political sentiments ol the people have led remedies that sell as well, or that havo interesting. To suddenly remark when discussing the changed, and old Brcckenridife is irre- given such universal satisfaction. We do politics, or tho news of the day, trievably lout to the Republicans. Their not hesitate to guarantee them every time, theatre, ortho "I've cot finest stock of imported wool brilliant lights havo been relegated to pri- and wo stand reedy to refund the purchase ens In tho city," is Inclined to bo depressing. When enjoying a bottlo of wlno with a few Yes, price, if satisfactory results do not follow vate li'e, where they must remain. that invincible Democratic epidemic has their use. These remedies have won great sartorial friends to abruptly inform them that, "I booked mi order yesterday for a laid vile hands, in the shape of Jim popularity purely on their merits. suit and overcoat for Maj. Gen. Illunder-buss,- " G. W. Short, Clovcrporl, Ky. nnd J. A. Wortham. upon Slosber, and now, like the is not calculated to promoto hilarity. This thing of talking shop out of bcason howling Kves, he nm no more. We, of Witt, Hnrdinsburg, Ky., Druggists and in social conversation is n mtlsance, and course, regret his downfall , we are now thoso who do It make themselves disagreeadeprived ol such scenes as was our happy ble Thoy do so, as a rule, however, thoughtlMutt lie New, privilege to witness in the court-hous- e essly. Better swear off and talk socially about at Hardinshu'C some eighteen months ago to Old Lady (from tho country) I'd liko anything else. Mosquitoes, yel(ow fever, git a pair of shoes, young man. rain, highway robbery or ballet dancers nre when he represented the above character Polito Clerk Yes, tna'ain. .Something lxstter and more Interesting subjects to disin his famous political drama, supported pretty cuss. Sartorial Journal. nice, ma'am? by that chief of comedy, Mnjilton the man Old Lady I want 'em good V stout. Northwestern Iinllnnn. monkey, alias Otto Motii. Polito Clerk Well, ma'am, liero's a A. M. Burgess, deputy minister of the InAs to where I am domiciled at present, strong shoo, an excellent etrong shoe. It terior department of Canada, has just comlias been worn a great deal this winyou can sav through yur spicy little papleted a tour of tho northwest settlements ter looking into disputed land matters. Speakper (which I like so much and rarely ever Old Lady Mini alivo, I don't want no ing of the Saskatchewan half breeds, Minissee) that it is nobody's business if I do shoo that's been worn this winter nor ter Burgess says they aro all right now. As keep batch. My luck may change ; some any other winter; I want a bran' now soon as tho railway Is completed their means lair woman may become enamored' of me pair! Puck. of support freighting will bo cut off, and their condition may form a serious and difficult Yours truly, yet. problem. The half breeds look upon tho adIt Was mi Excuse, Anyivny. Amos vent of tho railway with so much disfavor , that, although crojis wcro a partial failure Mk Liiiiniiiiiiiiii ,'Sixty Ilollnrfc In Ciikh I'rrs.ck. this season and tho outlook fs anything but The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, bright, they absolutely refused to work at railway construction, although offered every Oa , the manufacturers of the great blood inducement to do so. Since tho recent rebelmedicine, S. S. S., have just issued a nice lion missionaries havo entirely lost control of book, illustrated with pretty engravrildle them. They own tho choicest lauds on the ings, in which they offer sixty dollurs in Saskatchewan river, 'and it' Is expected they will sell out and go further north in a year prizes to the boys und girls of America or two. When thoy again get boyond the who will correctly give the answers. The limits of civilization it is feared thoy will alfollowing is a list of the prizes: ways bo a source of trouble nnd danger. Winnipeg Dispatch, For the first set of correct answers. .$10 00 ) 00 For the second set Justifiable Homicide. For tho third set 8 00 . City Editor (to funny man) I wish to For 'the fourth set 7 00 thunder you'd write something about Uio For the fifth set tunnel. fi 00 F. M. Something funny? For the sixth set f, 00 O. E. Yes. i' or the seventh set 4 00 Two hours later Funny Man enters: For the eighth Bet a 00 C. E. Well, havo you got it? For the ninth set 2 00 F. 3L Yes'(rcading): Tlio tunnel is a For the tenth set 1 00 great bore. Policeman (to would be burgIar-Lo- ok For the I lth to (be 00th set, each. They burled It darkly at dead of night, ' 10 a'here. What aro you doin in this store Tlio sods with tbelr lead pencils turning; Those wishing a copy of this riddle book at this timo of night? They planted tlio chestnut out of sight Burglar I or oh I well, you see can obtain it free by sending us their adAnd went on their salaries earning. Washington Star. er I Iwught a pair of suspenders hero dress and mentioning this paper. this morning and I was for SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, Ga. Not IVnntetl. tho change. Time. I loved deeply eyes, es 1 m 1 OUBRBAOKBR, Cariosities of Suicide. During thoyear 18S9 thero Word in tho city of Chicago; J81 deaths by suicldo, of which thero wero committed soven each In January and February, nineteen In March, twenty in April, twenty-on- o in May, sixteen in Juno, fourteen in July, fourteen in August, nineteen in September, sixteen' each In October nnd November and twclvo in December. This makes tho percentage of suicido .017 per cent of tlio population. Leaving out tho flvo who committed suicide by unknown methods, and wo havo cloven forms of self destruction, which liavo been select-6- d by theso BUlcides. Slxty-thrc- o choso shooting, fifty-s- i poison (of which ten took "Rough on" Rats"), thirty-on- o hanging, nino cutting of tho throat, flvo drowning, four throwing themselves from windows, three asphyxiation by gas, two throwing themselves under cars, ono jumping from a roof, ono cutting with n sharp instrument, ono throwing himself under ft machino (kind not specified) nnd flvo by unknown methods. It will bo seen that tho vast majority 147 out of 181 choso .shooting, poison or hanging as tho means of death, while only ilvo took tho easier method of drowning. If thero bo any diffcrenco in tho degreo of brutality used by suicides in tho destruction of their lived, it mtist be said that Chicago suicides havo chosen tho means between tho two extremes, for neither of tlio methods adopted is so as hurling onq's self from a building or under a moving railroad train, whllo thoy nro raoro repulsive 'limn drowriing or asphyxiation. It Is a little difficult to sco why tho favorito methods should ncquiro their popularity. Thoy aro not specially effectivo nor pleasant, and do not requiro extra premeditation. It would bo Interesting to know tho sex of theso suicides, but this Is not given in tho report. Chicago News. A Crulso of Kevcngc. Wholesale sis , a .. aar . flocer afcn&izi. ffiE,& 0(3, Si sti, special attention siviifrrf 'nillM LO.ipViLLfvfcKY OnfiERS. H. W. HERND0N & GO. .'V- - Produce&GeiieMlGo iitsioii :adiHKC):S3iA-aTSDs- . No. 144 Third St '. j I. lead tli ,' ' 11 mwm jli r i' w ' a .. .. XtJisytLLE, Ky to AUi niUDEM or . laffiiffiW.toBS: 'Kiuiitb.uH C." . ' ..i i ,li, Forger's r "pireside Tills Wost-PopbTar ' Her majesty'a ship Royalist pomplctcd on tho Cth ult. a soven months' cruise in tho Pacific seas, during which many villages wero burned down, Islands canoes and plantations destroyed. Tho Rdyalist paid most attention to' tho Solomon group, whero several murders had been committed. After investigating tho caso of tho massacre of the crow of tho vessel Savo and tho murder of Messrs. Dabcllo, tho Royalist fired on tho villages of tlio murderers. Most of the natives fled on tho approach of tho war vessel, but nino of tliem wero killed. Their villages, canoes nnd plantations were destroyed. Manoba was shelled by tho Royalist and tho placo destroyed, Tliis was a chastisement for tho murder of Mr. Armstrong, tho government agent. Dinner Island was also bombarded. At this placo was committed tho murder of two prospectors. Tlio natives hero also fled and witnessed tho bombardment from tho tops of tho mountain. When tho Royalist visited Rcndon, Loko Kongo, sho received news of tho mossacro of a boat's crow of tho Enterprise. After killing. tho crow tho natives cut up tho bodies in a shocking manner and ate most of tliem. Tho placo was shelled by tho Royalist, after nn unsuccessful attempt had been mado to capture boujo of tho murderers. Somo of tho Royalist crow Buffered considerably from tho fovcr, but thero wero no deaths. bom-barde- d, mm BV Family Journal in United the . . States. nVn.ikn'RK.Wl-117 fMS&ll nun Id I I1C I IMC DUDOlinlBCI Any person sending (is subscription vI11 receive $!J.OO for n year's ROSE TERRY, !.( - 1 BEAUTIFUL OF CiOifiO Painting:, If will shortly tapp.ear. in r Meissonier's Great : tliis Paper."- - " FRIEOLAHD W 1807." Is copied Size of Chrumo tXtxtl Inches. Finely Illustrated. 0 .RUDER should to watch for tlio appear-aneo'o- This superb picture, cqiinl to nn oil frtiiiilnjr. - from ono ot tlio mot famous productions of the'irrenfest arUst'of liiAlcrn'tiinci Tho orlglnnl picture! cost $00,QOO The cliroino h nn exact, copy of it ami alono Is worth the whole cost of a j'ear's subscription to Tiik IJiiibsioij Cour.VNio.v. The Kiiikiiiik Oomi'anio.n rnalntnins Its high position 'ii Iho best paper of Its' class In AiiiL'Wcib ! It..coiitiiis TSEJ THE1BE8T STORIES ra Tlio French "Miracle" Gun. Tho German prcs3 is discussing at length tho merits of a now French repeating air riflo called tho "miraclo" gUn. Tho riflo was invented by M. Paul in Paris, tho original projector of tlio Parisian pneumatic post. It is described thus: 'Tho weapon is light much lighter than any of tho army rifles now In ubc. It resembles tho magazino gun in that a steel cartridge about a span and a half long and as thick ns n man's thumb is attached to tho ono barrel by means of a screw. This cartridgo contains 800 shots, which can bo discharged as rapidly or slowlyas a man desires. Sinco neither powder nor any other explosive, but only compressed nnd liquefied air, supplies tho expelling forco, no smoko and no flash accompanies tho discharge. Only a short, sharp, low report is heard as the hall leaves tho cartridge. "At tho recent trial tho ball traveled with wonderful accuracy, and penetrated deeply Into tho wall of tho shooting room. As soon hs ono of tlio cartridges is emptied of its 000 shots another cartridgo can bo scrowed on tho gun in tho twinkling of an oyo. M. Giffard says that tho 800 shots in a cartridgo can bo produced atra cost of about two and one-hacents. The gun itself can bo manufactured fornbout 5." Gif-far- d, lf f Among Jhoc .COMtjibylorowlio are engaged to tvriio I'welnilreli for 'HfiTNKW' YllllK'Fllll'.SIDK COMPANION Hlliy-llI11CI1- - w "Clare's Which line. Fascinating-Illustrat- the "itoned Miss Tjitursi .Tumi T.tblxty, hmg$ ed 1 author df MisS' lidillotou'u Lover," "That Pretty Young Girl," etc.; be one'oi1 our early attractions in:the 'story "will whoso detective stories havo obtained for liiin u world-wid- e repiitutiori; Mrs. Mary 15. Hryaii, the giftMunch'," 'Tiiclo ed author' of Ned's White Child," etc.; "Old Sloiilli," " Mrs. Lucy Kamlnll Comfort, author of "Ida Chalonor'B Heart," and othor ftimous'stdries; Ifu-by- ," Vsi, BARCLAY is the heroine " Flower and Jewel' etc. ; Mrs. Kllzabcth Siilen. author of Mvh. Alex. MtfVeiffh Millor, author of "Tho Perl and the "His Fairy Quefyi," "The Light-iroiifeb- Lit-tl- o ;' Lass' etc. The works of tho al),voi)K'iilloiicil upptifr in lid Other jouniill. also contain. glials, SSkclchci, tilnl articles by the following well known au; thors, Viz. BIoMr.v iJiiy ''iir1'ton, w.ill her He Win Citutloua. The wedding bells were ringing for Dr. S. P. Parks nnd Miss Peggy Gibson on Wednesday nt:i p. m., Jan. 2!l.h, and both parties were on hand also many friends May happiness be with them evermore. Mrs. Lem English passed quietly away on Fobrunry 1st. She had been n great sufTcrer for many years. The fumily'lmfo our sympathy in their sorrow and bereuvo-men- t. Misss JJIla English is visiting in A Lou's-Tille. Snty Invvsiinuiil, Is one which is guaranteed io bring you satisfactory results, or in caso of failure a return of purchase price. , On this safo plan you can buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr, King's Now. Dis- covory for Consumptior. It it guaranteed' to. bring relief in every case, when ued for any affection of Throat, Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflamatlon of Lungs, Uronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, qtc, etc. It is pleasant nqd agreeable tr. taste, perfectly safe, and can always be depended upon. -- Vt Trial bottle free at G. W. Short, Clover- port, Ky. and J. A. Witt, Hardinshurg,. M- For all kinds of job printing in tho latest style, call at the UnKOKKKiiimiR Nkws ollice. "Bo you tho photograph taker?" inSeveral of tho papers havo expressed quired u man immediately after shutting great surprise that Eaton Hall should Lancaster Llf. himself Insido of a St. Paul gallery. havo becomo such a popular show placo, Magnanimous. "Yes, sir. Can wo gi vo you a sitting?" thero having been about 18,000 visitors "A which?" thero during tho last year, Considering "Can wo take your picture?'" answered that Eaton is within n'sliort walk of so tho artist, seeing nt onco that this was a central a city as Chester, nnd Is so easily person to bo mollified only by puro and , accesaiuio from .Liverpool nnu Manchesiinui-iiicliiignsn, uovoid of artificial ter, thero does not seem to mo to be any anil technical toilet. causo for wonder. Tho fees payablo by "Wall, thet depends. Ef you kin glvo visitors havo amounted to 900, of which mo satisfactory nssuranco p'raps you tho Duko of Westminster bos mndo nn may. uuierwiso not." excellent use, 700 going to tho Chester "What assuranco do you want?" Infirmary and 200 trvthd Qrosvenor "It's this way: I had my picture took museum. Tho hall at Eaton is tho third a couplo of months ago, nnd ther next which lias been thero during tho present week I seen it in n newspaper wuth tho century, and it is estimated that tho statement that I was down flat on my present duko and his father havo expendback nino years with salt rheum, s, ed a million and a half on tho place. yaller janders, liver complaint, Tho nouso Is magnificent in all rehives, ring worm, gallopin consumption, spects, being sumptuously decorated and parallsys, lock jav, scald head, inflamfurnished, with a superb private chapel Officer Institution matory rheumatiz.cnfiu-rli- . fulling M. and splendid stables; but it lias tho do- - has, foundof Ills wny'in) (to tramp who Well, sir, whut ,n0s3,fbrownchitas, cholera morbus and L feet of being a great deal too fine and do you want? smallpox. Thoy said I took eight bottles large for habitation, and it baa really beTramp (haughtily waving bis of medicine and gained, twenty pounds of como simply a museum, for, except in Sir) nm on n tour of inspectionband) ct to dis-I flesh'- with every bottle. Now, if you tlio three or four weeks of fevcry Vlnter f or Whether this institution is worthy ch a 8naP in, on mo I during which tho duko and kluclieV en' hn3 my hands. Timo. might' cliunco Her hgln. Pvo, raised a toiiUn largo parties, tho owner and "his an endowment nt beard now, and If tho picter won't look fat oily live In orio wirffifian'd th.o"yest df Expensive Words. liko tho lucdlcfno soaker, an you kin glvo th. house Js. practically closed, TJio Dobson Theso telegraph companies too tho nssuraiices, you may p'int tho an irnniensd sum; but fire rank monopolies. Only the other Eaton is not a pretty place iahd could day a friend of mine paid $10 for ten cammcrcr," Tho "assurances" wero clven. words, RL nevcf be mada one. LonchMl Troth. P,nul Pioneer Press. Swan That'aj nothings it cosi mo $100 Had .Wd Kwrfctt. f ; 'i i foi", feiagy, word ono day last week, Old Chronic Coughs are relieved more Jikca to libbkm For heaven's'' saTc'o, taan, you IiaVboerfOegf WasW&i?" flpeSftlr Jkqr "C C. C. Certain Cough 4o't By so, "Now," JSft'an-Fa' wy wJt iwkcdfor a Cure" than any ethecremeily." 8old by "No? And why?" fci lMM"yfB."XeMmjrEiiter 0. W. Short, prise. , Ife,"KbbriuiU BlaM Journal. ' eara-sipulu- Katon Hull as Show 1'laco. Compared her check unto the roso But the, alas, my would be prize, Would give me nothing but her noes. praised her Found Ills ltelatlvcs. Says a special from St. Louis: "Thero is ono newsboy of this city who has been mado happy. Ho is Richard Egan, nnd is IS years old. Ho was lost from East St. Louis when ho was 2 years old. Ho has no recollection of his parents, his mother having died when ho was a baby, Ho bus been in St. Louis as far back as his memory goes. His first recollection is of being with tho Sisters of St. Joseph's, on Cass nvenuo, wherd ho got a good schooling.' Recently ho loft thero and began selling papers. LaBt Sunday his picture was published, with fifteen other newsboys, in a local paper. Tho picturo was recognized by his undo, Peter Matthews, of Bellvillo, Ills., who carao here yesterday and took him homo. Ho has an estate of $3,000 coming to him. lie is n bright boy, and lias for tho lust six months sold papora to Ills elder brother, who is a clerk In a St. Louis storo, but who did not recognlzo him." Explosion of n Fen Holder. A serious accident happened recently nt Saint Martin do Crau, Franco. M. Lnndon, in charge of tho polico station, had his hand shattered by tho explosion of a pen holder loaded with fulminate of mercury. Tiio pen holder Is supposed to have been loft on his desk by somo malefactor nrrestcd by tho polico. Lnndon tried to uso it, and, finding that the pen' did not enter tlio holder well, ho thought it was obstructed by somo impurity, and tried to clean it with tho point of a long pin. Suddenly r.n explosion was heard, which literally shattered tho imnrudent hand and shook tho walls of tho building liow York Wm-Ll- , Slaking n Note of It. First Poet What nro you entering in that little book? An inspiration? A happy thought? Second Ditto Not oxactly. I'm making; n memo of tlio fact that I n'to today. Philadelphia Inquirer. Dr, Hendenhall experimented for fifteen Stars boforo ho was convinced that ho had perfected In ''O. 0. 0. Certain Cough Cure'' the best remedy on earth for Coughs and Colds. Sold by G. W. Short. "Sslwcrlbefor th BncczRNKtnof; News. ell f4L Mr of the.delight-fu- l Tub Nmv Yoiik FhikcIdk-Companio- Novelette, AVuIlfi" m From the pen of MARY S. WALKER, Which Will Bhortly be published in this paper. B ;iiai'IoUo ,11; tCiiu-ino- , W.' ,V. iUOorV, The BMm-Iiokis- " iJH. 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