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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 brc1890021901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1890 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XIV. CL0YERP0K1 KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1890. NO. 30. What is & sy V V , CHICKEK Cholera Cure I s A VISION OF FAIRYLAND. BEARDS AND GOOD HEALTH. SCIENCE AND EQUALITY. vmnntsgBrBBxrmrgaBaBrMMMmarwrmMMiiiiKaBmiiiiMMMg Jonah the Second. J, W. Kleslcr, late commander's clerk, United States Navy, now arcsldentof Hones-dalPa., told the following story to a Philadelphia Press reporter of a very remarkablo xjierlonco of nn American sailor with a nhalo. Ho says: Ocorgo Leonard, an acting master In tho United Btates Navy during the civil war, and stntloncd on board the gunboat Katahdln, West Gulf blockading squadron, in 18K), told a story of heroUm, and exhibited marks on his body that con obo rated his words. Tho year 18.V) found Leonard ns ono of tho crow on tbo ship Enterprise, a whnlcr In tbo North Pacific. Ono day ho was stationed In tho bow of a whalcboat a longdistance from thoshlp, with a bravo crow n ho had sighted a whale and mado for tbo monster with all posslblo dise, An Intrepid Traveler's Marvelous In Expe- rience I tho Frozen North, Trench, who has rwcntly returned from Alaska, wiiero, In rotnpuiiy with SI, V Brnro, ho h'rfile n trip toOluelur hay, nml uns rovvniilwl by wltnpsiliiKtliB wonderful nilrnge of tlio "silent city," gnvo on IntenstliiR account of his trip ton lorxjltor for Tho U. Inter-Ocea- of dollars worth ot chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases" combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 5o-centwo-third- Thousands s For salo hy 0. W. Short. Cloverport, Ky. stop tour couan with - x - Cnres Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Group, Tfhoopjng Congh, Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, and trill enra-nbl- rc-IIo- to SoothatC.C.C. IsMoTrnlnoTorrbot-tl- consumptive pnlionts in stages : trill euro Triton and rclioro In tho Trorst cases. o. o J. andtako no othor. C. MENDENHALL SOLE pnopRiKTons, 25c. Price CO., & millAWA. OENERALLY. Tf llh EVAWSVIIXK, SOLD BY DRUGOI8TS RcmoTO Corns, Warts & Bnnlons for Alaska," he snlil, "Inst April for tho purpnso of visiting tho mine. Wlillo on the rtenmer I mad? tho acquaintance of Mr. Bruco, wboso nccounts of iho tnlinge buvo recently been published In nonily ovory paper In tho country He was tjien on hl way to Aliukn for tho piirpoto of writing up tho country for n nowspncr syndicate "When wo nrrlvod nt Juneau wo heard n pood deal about the wonderful m'rngo Upon Inquiry wp wero directed to Professor It J Wllloughhy. Wo found blm to bo an odd old character He came originally from ills souri, and has been In Junenu for twenty years. Ho keern a sortof musouni of Alaskan curiosities, which tourists never fall to visit Ho gavo us an interesting account of tho phenomenon, and said that bUntteutlon was first called to it by hearing tho Indians toll of tho 'city which was built In tho sky.' The Indian legend concerning It Is that tho city Is Inhabited by tho spirits of their foes, tho Russians. They stand In great awp of It, and cannot bo Induced to go near tho place, "Tbo professor determined to Investigate, and six years ago ho inado his Urst ti ip to Qlaclcr bay. Ilo was successful In seeing tho mirage, and has been there each year slnco during tho latter part of Juno and tho first of July. It Is only at that timo of year, when tho days aro longest, that it appears. "In tho tncantimo ho had sent for his camera, and on his foul th trip succeeded in (retting a good photograph of tbo wonder. Wo tried to induco him to accompany us, but ho stubbornly refused at first. Ho nas anxious to get his negative) copyrighted, and under the Impression that It required u personal visit, and that If any ono clso saw tho pho nomenon it would lessen bis chanco of nial: Ing money from tho salo of tho pictures. But finally ho agicod to go with us if wo would pay him enough to get ids copy, Igbt, which we did. "Glacier bay Is about ISO miles north of Juneau, and tho trip has to bo mado In canoes. Wo obtained four Indian guides, loaded a canoe with wood and provisions, ami started about tho 1st of J una (J lacier bay Is Itself a wonderful sight. Completely surrounded by huge glaciers, tbo effect on clear days is beautiful. Tho bright of tho d sun aro reflected In hues from a field of bluo Ico extending far beyond the ruugo of vision. Wo passed Mukl glacier, tho objective point of tourists, and went-tthe bead of tbo bay, about fotty miles "I started ras parti-colore- m fe w K i . ; J $9 ', '.. stf 1 t which, ho Informed us, tbo mirage appeared. Each day wo used to go over to the glacier and watch for tho appeal anco of tbo phantom city. Juno passed and without any signs of tho mirago, and wo wero on tho jwlnt of giving It up and return to Juneau. About 5 o'clock ou an afternoon of an early July day wo suddenly perceived, rising abovo tho glacier over In tho direction of Mt Mind wxnderiiu: rnrftd. Books learned Testimonial, from .11 what at first appeared to bo a thin In nntMnlinn. post part, of the ulobe. L'mctui Prof. misty cloud. It soon became clearer, and we vnvw mnnt. An annllatt,n In 31 A. LoiKttr, SI7 Filth Aro. Nevr York. distiuctly saw a specter city moving toward us. Wo could plainly eoo bouses, well defined streets nnd trees. Hero and tbcro rose tnll spires over hugo buildings which appeared to bo nnclent mosques or cathedrals. It was vOlfK hlr IMHAHoIld a largo city, ono that would at least contain ij.iiii water. 100,000 Inhabitants, kWonb vioe.uo. iM tm ihavosecn Milwaukee jwatrh In 111. wtrlu lcrftct nil raged oor I.ake Michigan, and this city llutk.fpfr Varrai,tlLeivr, tOLIU oom.., appeared considerably larger than that. It .1... ln.il I. .11. nmiiiDir. r.iet did not look lll.o a modern city more like an with work, and e.aaa o( mUBwl rrqiiaivaiu. one rskSONin ancient European city. I noticed particularly arh localltr can accure en. laltli our law tho immenso height of tho spires. Of courso rfree. valuaDicuoeoi aioiiaenttiu no eio much excited. Tho Indians who titpn. Ilnid aamnlcl. at will u. w.t.li. ara tVpi. A II I h.. work Vol. ".. wero with us werocvorcorao by their superbo M Mil do ! to ahow nhU wa aend you to thoa. stitious fear and ran away. Wo both bad fttcnilt and ufl(nboraru1 tboaa about vou lhalalwaji multa la valuable trad. rtrl,whUllholila forjrrart nrhcnonc.atart.d, cameras, and separated in order to tako it and (hut w. an rapakt Wo nay all ttynu. fr.lsbt, etc. Afler you know all. If you wookl Ilk. to ro to work for ui. you can from different points of view. By tbo timo lam from S JO to SOO per wee and upward!, Aiittu, wo reached points of vantago It had grown Mtlnaora .ti Vol, Uo HIS, 1'ortlMUU, Maine. fainter and soon disappeared. I should say tho spoctaclo lasted about twenty fl vo minutes. "1 returned to camp, but to my horror could not find Bruce. Wo at onco Instituted search for him, but failed to tlnd him for two & days. On tho third day ho was found. Ho bad lost bis way, and was nearly dead with cold and hunger. On our way back wo were dolajedat Baitlett buy by a so veto storm. Whllo there wo wero talking about the mil ago in tho prcsoncaof several men when ono of thorn spoko up and said that ho and his partner had seen the same thing. We Cured Her rreckles. asked them to make aflldn,vlt of tbo fact, Misses Lila Jordan and Emma El wood, of which they did." this county, a few days ago were at tbo JuncTho document, which was signed by Robert tion of the Corydon branch and tho Air Line Christlo nnd Robert Patterson, In tho presraand had occasion to Mail and Express Boats. ence of Lamar B. French, Charles B, Lord, railroad, which was a very cross a deep Passenger, vine, over high and long R. Wllloughby nnd Minor W, Bruco, reads as follows: "On July 2, 1880, wlillo sailing ticstlo. Thoy ventured upon tho lofty structure, and with careful step managed to koep Glaclor bay what from Porall way landings, between LoatsTllle and knowntho main orbay, just south IntoWlllough- U safely upon tho cross tics until thoy had reachas Jones' of Henderson, the elegant and fleet steamers ed about the center of tho trostlo, when, lookby Island, about 0 o'clock In tho afternoon, JAMES GUTHRIE. wo suddenly saw rising out ngulntt tho sldo ing ahead of them, they saw a train coming. What could they do? If they should turn TELli CITY, of the mountains what appeal ed to bo houbes, back tho train would overtake them beforo CITY o OWENSBOR0. churches and other hugo shucturcs. It apthey could got half way ofT, aild to jump One of the above fine sldewheel steamers past peared to be a city of extensive proportions. from tho trestlo would bo a doom equally as up and derrn dally. Splendfd aooommodatlons Wo watched tho apparition for a long time, for stock. and think It was visible for an hour or more. horrible Bo the thought catno to them that and 178 Fourth street, General office At that time wo bodnover heard of what Is nothing could savo thorn from an untimely Louisville, Ky. called tbo 'silent city.' Wo aro satisfied that and anful death but to swing under tbo W. W. HITE, Prest. train could It was a rmrogo, from its position ana appear- trestlo until thegot down pass. D. It. Pknky. Supt. They hastily between tho cross ance," Chicago ties, and, locking thoir tender arms around a ' Native Zinc girder, thoy swung off under tho trestle a In tbo laboratory1 of tho state mining bu- hundred feet or more from the ground below, Louisville, Sti Louis & Texas R. R. Co, reau In San Francisco an extrcntely interest- while the train went thundering over them, almost fchaklng them from their grip for llfo. ing discovery was recently mado, In working a specimen of sulphldo or blendo ore soiit When the train had passed over, tho girls ZfcsTO. from a mine In Shasta county, California, a had baroly strength enough left to drag themselves back upon the trestlo and complete small plcco of nativo metallic fine was When they reached homo This Is tho first piece of tho character their Journoy. named ever known to have been secured In their faces wero deathly white. When thoy Talc In? Vllect this country. Lata works op metallurgy recovered from the fright It was found that At 6:00 o'clck A, H., Sunday, Dec. 15j 1389, the freckles had entirely disappeared from note the existence in the mines of Victoria, tho faco of one of the ladies. Corydon (Ind.) . Australia, of tho Bnly"nVJtii1Ho cluo njf Hound Traint The mining bureau iff.1 i?wiJ Trnttti Cor. Louisvillo Courier-Journa- l. propobvs,' If posslblo, to MAIL ANl Ktll. AND secure other speclmei3 ljrp.ro Shasta county. STATIONS, KxrBKsa. Kxraitis. --New York Btar Our Oldest Commodore , y f 1.20pm 7.15aU IiT...Unionl)enot,LouIiv'o..Ar. Tho oldest commodore in tbo United States Kentucky Streot., 1.05 .. 8.U0 Satjdhte'hmt Slipper. navy Is Joseph B, Hull Ho was born in 1709 ...,..,.,... .Alms JIoubo..,. , If one wear q classic- gown in iho house, and was apjiointed midshipman In 1813. He ji ....... Pleasure Ridge Park....... something called a Is a tlcphow of the Cnpfc. Hull who commandono should at least wear, Volley sandal with It, but the tiling which passes for ed the frigate Constitution when sho captured ...Meadqjr Lawn- b. sandal Is only called Ed, being a shoo with tho Querrlere. Commodore Hull jxrforraed lttrer View.., bits cut from it, so as to show tho stocking, gallant service during tho Mexican war and 8.45 12.25 .West Point and tied oil with a ribbon tagged with gold tho war of tho rebollion. lie was in com..UocTc Haven 9,10 12,04 ., Long Branch .11,6531 or silver. These sandals are black, and are mand of the Philadelphia navy yard from V.25 tied with black andmako tbo foot loolt'small, 1604 to 1SCA Although 00 years pf age ho Is 11,41 ,. .....Uramlenljurg V.Sli but they aro no more classic1 than a lawn ten11,35 ,..... ...Kkron... 9.47,. hale and vigorous and enjoys meeting old nis slipper or an Edward V pointed shoe. friends. Detroit IYeo Press. 11,24 , Ouston ".5B Nobody has yet brought thobe charming Irvtngton 10.03 ...11.11 ,,...,..., Webster..,, 11,04 things Into use. Perhaps tho Richard III re10.17 The queen regent of Spain has returned to Lodlburg 10.63 .. 10.27 Transcript. vival may Madi Id, after a few weeks at San Sebastian. , Pieroe 10,42 10,42 Beforo sho prosided over tbo annual ..., 10,35 . ..Sample...... m 10.18 A small boy at Marshall, Ills., bas voiced a fete of leaving tho "bathing women," and, after Stepbensport 10.24 .. 10 68 sentiment which would bo a good thing for watching tho graceful national dances which 11,07 Holt 10.15 Ho was a vory tough general adoption. tho festivity, the formed the chief feature M.Ut'Zr. ,.... Cloverport i.. 9.59 .. urchin, and; together with his little brother, quooh asked otieof tho of has 9.44 ..Sklllmun , 1U41'.. got bo bad that tbo townspeople decided to taught you to dance so womonito "Who the Httwcjvllle.. which wellP' II.VJau 9.28.. send him to a reform school. Bo he was ar9,14 ,. Faleon 12.08rn...., woman, with really wit, replied! "Dame, rested on an old charge of theft and advised 9,01 Lenlsport 12.10 God himself. Ho is to plead guilty. Tho little fellow stoutly rnodame, tho goodnot expensive, either," a Powers, 12.30 6.42.. ready teacher, and maintained his Innocence of this particular , Pates 8,27 .. 12.50 ...Owenftoro .Lve 8 liU crIo,''ad, while acknowledging that he 1.00 . Arr A firoat CuHiMlty. ought to ro to the reform school, declined to Btunley 1.24 if,, 7.47 .. Fjcklcby A Chinaman strikes mo aa ptMiijKtillty to something he bid, not don. WortUlngton ...( ;!.7.3tt 1.34'.. ..... Ho wen the sympathy of both the spectators ' being tho greatest living curiosity. 1.52 U .............. Bpottsvlllo' ....'.J'TJtS u Squeers Why so? ,....,. l)a!(ett.,. .,....,.. 7!67'.V aad'Mw obttrt, and was finally discharged, ' 2.01 "' 2.15riArr...',....H6aJe-re!.:.,.....r.vtj 6Mau u ..- -' -- . m& "Because his head anil tall are on tho &T --- f . ' aw . i ua "ml," Lawrence American, SOLD AND WAMIANTED BY, CERTAIN CORN CURE. J3S Otts. a. SESOTTXalES. " Wllloughby returned homo, and wo pitched our tent opposite tho Pacific gl.icier, above JE EMQRY r, tmmt :nm rall-v- Packet Line. assess" -- Medical Authority' Testimony to Frpro That They Aro Useful. What medical arguments can bo adduced In favor of wearing tbo beard I Tho weight of tho evidence, says Dr. Ferdinand Beeger in Medical Classics, soems to prove that thoso who wear the beard are less subject to colds, soro throats, bronchitis, coughs and consumption than thoso who shave. Tho Jews, Turks and certain tribes who never shavo nro comparatively freo from these disorders. By glanclns nt tho exciting causes ot thf-saffections, it Is seen that sudden chocks to perspiration, In conscquenco of exposure of tho throat and neck to cold, rank first In importance. Is it strange that tbo public speaker, who habitually exercises tho muscles of his throat in crowded assemblies, and then socks tho open air with tho pores of this sensitive part open and relaxed, should be n sufferer from bronchitis, catarrh, sore throat and other disorders of tho respiratory apparatus! Is It surprising that tho public, who daily romaln for hours In overheated apartments, or In attendance upon publlo meetings, should contract colds, coughs and other pulmonary diseases? A considerable portion of tbo throat Is usually kept snugly enveloped In a handkerchief or cravat, thus securing a froo opening of tho pores so long as tho Individual remains in the house, and an abrupt closure of them whonorcr bo enters tbo open air. Theso throat bandagos aro so admirably arranged as ventilators that tho, slightest motion of tbo bead or tho act of speaking when out of doors allows a current of cold air to coma In contact with tho neck, so that, If there is no protection from a board, a cold Is pretty certain to ensue. Another important ofllco which thoso neck ligatures perform consists tn making such pressure upon tho superficial veins ot tho nock as to Intorfcro materially with tho return of blood from tho bead to tbo trunk, thus giving rlso to headaches, vertigo, congestion and occasionally to epilepsy. This remark is especially applicable to persons of sedentary habits or to thoso whoso occupations require them to pass much timo in bent and constrained positions, like wiitora, students, etc. Every man who reads this will bo suro to mako himself nu exception to this rulo, nnd, to fortify his position, will place himsolf In nu upright posturo and insinuate his two forefingers ith caso between his throat and tho llgaturo alluded to; but let this samo man watch himself narrowly for twenty-fou- r hours and ho will find himself half strangled twenty times during this period, on account of tho different positions ho will bo called upon to assume. Musicians who aro accustomed to blow upon wind instruments rarely shavo tho upper and lower lips. Experience teaches them that a mustacho and imperial enhance materially the strength of tbo lips and them to accomplish mnro than thoy would bo. ablo to do If deprived of them. In Africa tho heads of the natives aro furnished with such perfect in the form of wool that tho most intense rays ot their tropical sun cannot penetrate it sulll clently to produce any deleterious effect upon tho parts undernoatlu In this lnstanco tho hair is not merely useful, but absolutely to tho preservation of health, and pel haps Ilfo. In cold latitudes tho hair, by property, serves admirthis ably to retain tho heat of tho body and to tho Injurious action of external cold. In temperate and changeable climates nothing Is better calculated to guard tho throat and chest against sudden chocks of perspiration thail the beard. Clergymen and other publlo speakers troubled with hoarseness should always lot tbolr beards grow. But, asks tbo udvocato of shaving, If thoso viows aro just, why are not females furnished with beards) To this tho reply of tho medical gentlemen Is that women's organization proves that sbo Is designed bynaturo to act In a different sphere. With a fragile body, a dollcate con stitutlon, a sensitive, timid and shrinking disposition, Instead of the courage, resolution and self reliance peculiar to tho malo, It would manifestly bo a perversion of tho designs of nature to subject her to tho outdoor occupations of the other sox. If a man ls in Intellectual and physical strength, woman Is his supcilor In everything that pertains to tho affections. If man, with his roughnaturo, can contend successfully against the severe trials of active life, woman, by her gentleness, her purity and her lovo Is capable of strowing his path with flowers, of watching over tho tender years of his chlldronand of Inclining htm to higher and holler aspirations. The appropriate sphcro of tbo "weaker vessol,' thoy say, is evidently a domostlo ono. and her vocation is within doors, where beards and other manly appurtenances would provo superfluous. o on-ab- lo ro-sl- st ox-ee- Inter-Ocea- TIME SCHEDULE, 11. Unc-vn- ' . This powder never varies. A marvel of YOU DO NOT LIFT THE TOT Mure purity, strength and wholcsomeness. POURSbyloweringlid economical than the ordinary kinds, and can ' Herrr, the English Hangman. not be sold In competition with the multitude The part handled Is coLD.jr "Berry Is n ot a man who would be noticed of low test, short weight alum or pbosbhate tn a crowd unless for bis habit of walkiug pewdcrs, Sold only in cam. RoTAL BxKlHQ fiat Llit, with his shoulders bent and bis eyes on the' Powosa Co,, 105 Paine, Dleht Wall Street, New York, ground, like ono who feels that be may bo 4 Co,, Jeered at If ho looks about him. ilo Is a I'hlU, Pa. powerful, thick set man of about medium stature, and his countenanco is not an unpleasant ono at tho first glance, though upon closer study ono discovers that tho face reveals tho lack of several moral elements in tho man's composition, which seem to indicate TAKE STOCK IN THE that tho Creator designed him especially for tho lofty ends be serves. Ills Is tho same typo of faco that is common in rogues' galleries, indicating that if he had not been a man of high ambhion he might havo held different relations to tho criminal element of English AUTHORIZED CAPITAL - - $5,000,000. society than in tbo exalted functions ho now nr.oclntloti,or. rplIIS romimny Ii n mutual performs. X ,'aui7rti nr iiiDrxion I'urjKi.o ol tuitlililiK iia iiiriuWr to divot tlnir riru cnrnlnga tiidly ami "A critical observer would probably say IiriiAtably, mill to Iwrrnwr inoiic)' lor tlie purixjae of that his eyes aro too close together, nud that bullilliitf Hair un u nuuiv. thoir brilliancy Is that of tho codfish rather Tlie.liarr au J1W rncli, nml c"t tlio liol.terSl ndmlsslou lie nml u cents x.r mmilli tlnrrnrur, A than the eagle, while, though tho mouth nnd ltl In, It U loiiticit tint to 0 tho iiiiinrr l KHin chin indicate determination, tbo forehead nieiulirra m toi aecurlty mi urlt) , (ir gives tho impresslou of lack of balance. AH of Hie Uttimiif, ntnl Wlna tomru luteriiit. In in all, tho face bears it slight resemblanco to i lr nil ii f ricriving illvidi mta. Die stui klmliKT in crr.l. Ittil wllli irom, until uhut Im nls ,nU In, tvtlu-that of another distinguished figure in hisulth laiiiiHiiiiidruriiliiKn.iimiiiiiiiit in Slid per rlmtti, tory, tbo Into Charles James Oulteau. A wlieu lilt atiuk la luatiiinl, ami U cuilml lijr I lie phrenologist would perhaps find that tho crapimpaiir far Its rice rntiir. It Is fitimatcil that nial humps that indicate sonse of shame, pity, tlila maturity will Ui riucbed In abutit auvcu vr rlglit jrarr, sympathy and other similar weaknesses rs Tlio snfrat, tnnat coneorvntlvo and moat nrtfitable not particularly well developed epon the " of nil mutual iiluiia, head of Mr. Berry. Ho has a long scar, reachNo Lonns timilo In tlio order of aptillcatlon. ing from theeya below the ear, upon the right ltnwhlif bv lot ami no IiMiIIiil'. Tli rata uf inter. sldo of his face, which does not show ia the eat Ii uniform uml low about wLut nut Mould lv IliU Uirruvufr, u,ng .In, a,rtoca.liMUar,kaw)tt lutcreat laru.lv oir.et bv tlio tiriillta. picture, where a burglar carved him is the catli dividend are paldat 8 pet Ci'Uti tor 1'uld.iiii alrr k, mi which annul. aa4 ttelMSj dark: when Berry was a policeman ia BedBfflXffijBffiE&-S- I earning, uur tnharecrvtllivd to tlie.totk. i'nr full)uruiumloiimn.y to i ford." New York Sua. 18-2- Professor Flower's Iteply to an Address of tho Newcaatlo Trades Council. Previous to tho Iccturo to worklngmcn on, tho Forth bridgo, by Mr. Benjamin Baker, In' tho Drill hall, Newcastlo, an address was presented by tho trades council to Professor Flower, as president of tho British assochv tion. Professor Flower's reply Is of more than Fclentlflo interest. Hosaldi It Is most gratifying to us to all of us who bellevo in tho beneficial results upon human llfo conferred by tho diffusion of rclentlflo knowlcdgo, as nil members of this great association must do to And that their work and tho object of their meeting aro so highly appreciated by such a wldo clrclo as that represented by tho signatories to this address. It is, however, particularly gratifying to us to find such a recognition where, perhaps, at first sight, wo might hardly have expected it of the advantages of pure or abstract scienco, apart from Its practical application to tho material welfaro of mankind. You havo rocognlrod what is certainly known to thoso who havo followed most closely tho history of science, but what Is not generally known or appreciated by tbo multitude namely, that nearly all the marvelous benefits which havo boon conferred on man by tho application ot scientific discovery or scientific) knowlcdgo havo been tbo result of tho discoveries of philosophers who nro pursuing knowlcdgo wholly for Its own sako without any hopo of reward, without any hopo of Its benefiting, perhaps, themselves or others, nnd very often amid tho Indifference, tho neglect, and oven tho scorn of their contemporaries. Tho particular branch of scienco which I havo tho honor of representing Is, at first sight, very Httlo specially connected with tho general wclwaro of man, and Is looked upon by many as Httlo raoro than idlo speculation or curiosity. I well remember it Is certainly many years ago now ono who, tnoro than any ono elso living in this country, has advanced that branch of science Professor Huxley, in a Iccturo which ho delivered nt tho Royal Institution, saying tho common Idea of a naturalist was "That dirty man poking about tho scashoro, with a net In ono hand and a bottlo In tho other, a perfectly innocent nnd harmless individual, but a very useless ono." Well, I mny say that that description was mado soma thirty years ago, boforo Professor Hur-to- y himself had dono bo much to raise tho character of naturalists and natural history In this country, yet It still holds good with many at tho present timo. But you must recollect, however, that tho researches of naturalists of that typo, men who havo occupied themselves In nearly observing tho wnys and habits and studying tho fctructuro of animals of a low typo or organ!- ration navo produced already marvelous results upon tho happiness and welfaro of mankind. Through researches of this kind wo aro getting only now to tho causes and prevention of discaso which, when further advanced for thoy aro only beginning no w will, I havo no doubt, lead to nn enormous saving of health and of llfo. Moreover, through tho researches of such naturalists, greater results still havo been produced. Thoy havo produced effects upon our mode of thinking ou many subjects on our relations to each other and to tho universe effects tho end of which wo hardly sco nt present. And thoy have taught us ono great lesson, ono that I alluded to In tho address which I had tho honor of giving hero the other night namely, that It is a groat principle of uaturo that progress in living In animal and plant naturo at all events has been duo in great measuro to tbo princlplo which Darn In most popularized, If ho did not first enunciate, which ho, nt all events, brought into tbo condition in which wo now know it that of tho struggle for exlstenco and tho survival of tho fittest. Now, it is a law In naturo that thero should bo a certain amount of individual differences or variations In tbo different animals and plants, and that tho progress from tho lowor to tho higher forms of animals and plants has boon duo to tho opportunity of thoso individuals who aro a Httlo superior in somo respects to their fellows of asserting that superiority, of continuing to live, and of prop agating as an lnlieritanco that supei iority. That law established In nature is, I believe, equally applicablo to ourselves; and this is tho tnessago which pure and abstract biological research has sent to help us on in somo of tho commonest problems of human life. Tho lesson of it is this that there Is always a certain amount of variability, that thero is no such thing as equality equality in powers of work, equality in powers of endurance, or equality In the powers of men fordoing great things In the world; and that progress depends on giving full liberty to that superiority, wherovcr it asserts itself, having full fling. Now, supposing this law did not exist in tho animal kingdom, instead of the world being filled with all the diversity and beauty which it now possesses, everything would have been in tho condition of slimy polyps at tbo bottom of tbo sea, and we should all still be In tho condition of flint chipping savages. I will leave it to you to apply to yourselves In your own social condition and social life tbo application of that law. 1 will not press it any further at present, but leave you to think it out afterwards. It means that there should bo no attempt whatever to keep down tho capacities of tho superior to tho level of tbo Inferior. Any man who gets a little rlso abovo his fellows helps on tbo progress of tho world and brings all tho others on with him. London Times. !, i.. u '. 'i ' - tmmfmnmt eflACi TORIA Cfiitoria is Dr. Saml gltqlior'n old, harmless and quick cure Ibr Infanta' nnd Children's Complaints. Superior to Castor Oil, Farogorio or Narcotic Syrnpa. Children ory for Millions of Mothers lilosa Cawtorln. Ca-storl- patch. board. Tho man suddenly sank, whereupon Leonard transferred his lino to a boatnmto aud sprang lutotheoccan in aid of the drowning sailor. The whale, iiotv maddened by his fast flowing blood, mado a rush for tho boat. Remarkablo and horiiblo to relate, Leonard's friend had managed to regain tho boat, while ho himself was caught by tho whale between his Jaws, his position being Inside tho monster' mouth, with notliiug protruding but one of his arms. In this manner tho man was in reality within tho Jaws of death itself. Thowbalo Instantly plunged down into tho deep, and, in tho words of Leonard himself, "tho fish seemed to bo going down, down Into eternity itself." Tho Imprisoned man, after all this, had not lost his presenco of mind. Ho mustered his cntiro bodily strength and bo was a powerful man actually bracing himself In such a position as to compel tho fish to spread his jaws. At tbo same time, with his arm that was free, ho grabbed tho sheath knlfo out of its socket, cutting right and left. No sooner was there n sufllclcnt opening mado than Leonard forced his body outside. Up to tho surfaco ho swam, when, most strange to say, ho found himself within an arm's length of his boat. Ho was saved. Tho marks of tho whale's violence nnd tho dents of its teeth were very plainly visible on Leonard's arms, and ho was always pointed out by tils brother naval olllccrs ns "Tho ' second Jonah." ard thew his harpoon, striking tho fish hard and deep. In somo manner tbo lino as it was running out caught tho body of ono of tho men in such a way as to throw him over- When within proper distance Leon- Castorla cures Colic, Constipation ; Rour Stomach. Diarrhoea. KnictAlli on; Olfwt healthy Bleep ; also aids digestion ITItllUU. .14,1 VUliU DIUJICttVMUU. ,vwiAreYviiiiravLra.i WHY PAY RENT? A. L'.STEVKNSON, President. T, "I recommend Castorla for children's complaints, as superior to any prescription known to me." IL A. AncnEO, H.D.. Ill Ho. Oxford Bt, Drooklyn, N.Y. Tits Ckxtacr Cohiuxv, 77 Murray St., New York. ! J. MINN, Secretary. 'wfM Buy a Home with What You Now Pay IN THE for Rent by Investing " HITTER- - STATE The doctors aro very much displeased over a competitor who is gradually stealing their best praclice, we mean Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup To Manufacturers Accidents nro constantly occurring among your men, entailing low of timo and suffering. Keep Salvation Oil bandy. Prico 25 cts. CARL Building .Circular", Dy-La- k IfOan Association ILL. No OF BLOOMINGTON, and Printed Matter Explaining Plan Cheerfully Sent on application to JNO. D. lUBBAGE.Sec'y, Local Eoard, Cloverport, Ky. Tlits Association Pays an Investor 18 Per Cent. Interest Possible INVEST YOUR SAVINGS. Extra Assessment PnETZEL'STrTlLOSOPHY. m& IUSKfiS"l9ErBf!lBBB'lralfl glfittohim. It vns cuccpdingJy tmnpcessaiy for a feller to dink dot he could slitop nil tier vliilo at tier banquet tables of his life. Dhcio vasmuch many mens, dot.vas know dot dlioy deserf a goot lickings, but dliev tlond would allow cfery feller to THEL0UISVILLE&ST.L0UESAI.1 LINE. (L. E. 4 ST. L. It. It.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO St, Louis, PpBBa-Mpi'- -" AND ALL POINTS x. Evansville a, vi ui iuuui Rb 1ft It vns a pooty good meditations dot der goot tinga vliich der Lord did gnfo us vnp plnindy cfldenco dot der efils vlilcli ho sends vns not inflicted mil nial-Ic- gMBWaljBB3ifcy TTmfllSlSlSMl I West and Time-Rfli-- South-Wes- t. fffffffffSJ 3 Sj g J 3rJ P It J 31 1 aB a wyH o. aau r! Chicago National Weekly. A Season' Tcarl FUlilng. Tho last pearl Ashing season in Coylon could not havo been nioro successful than it was. Tho season only lasts thirty-tw- o dayB, and during that pciiod 11,000,-00- 0 oysters wero brought to tho surface by fifty divers. Thoy aro paid by of tho number. This season the wholo produce was sold at tho rato of 24 shillings for 1,000 shells. Tho government icceived 20,000 ns their share and tho divet's 0,400. Tho largest peai Is are worth in Ceylon from 10 to C0, and in Europe thoy fetch thrco times tho price or more. Levant Herald. one-four- th & i in ih EnVl tH I irl Qr-- ll I Ic-l- a 1 tf 1 1 IH" ' vlksBlBlBfl Lv. Louisvillo 8:45 a.m. ..9:00 p. in. ..4:10 p.m. Arr St. Louis 7:45 ...7i25 Evansville 2:25 " 9:50 p.m. For further Information, call on or address, JOS. S ODI0RNE, den'l Pass. Ag't, Lomsvllte, Ky. B. L. BRYANT, Trav. Passg'r Ac't, Louisville, Ky. KhlTISKIlKCUt imaUY MIllS - r wttsmm riir' m Biiivt'.i - ji i:hj In ITBEU& l.ea the tvorlu. I m tmcqutlrd, n4 Ourartlltlraara tIntroduMHr i Oiif rhr Vr falHIL- -; flOYAl jmmkmmFINE SHOW GASES. fnr ditfitrimtf " " - tep. TlW foUowlaff cut tin QpriurriodtwtwllJ Mn4ritKic loom rxiunif In etch loml.tr, Maboft OnljrlboM whawrlift touitt oncflnn mlt ur of thtehnatt AMyovhavvtoiUIn rtturalito how our roit to tlitw wh0)rll roar iirlfrfctort nd that nound yov. Th b. irfnnUr of tUl ad mi .cement hawi Ih. mall end of Ih. I.le th pprat f It rtduccd t TERRY IWF'G CO., Nashville, Tenm. ZE3 doabU iU aboat th fiftieth part of III balk, ft Ii a larffat it cat? to carrr W will alio ibow yu bow o can makt from 93 to S O a da? at If aft, from tbt turt.wltli out tMrieoet. lit iter write at oact. Wo par all eiprew cbarr UoxHWO, VoKTLANP.MilJfC. AJJreii.II.HALLETTfcCO,, Iu X IE"1 rnd. OF THE t Hon. Jefferson Davis. MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS. TO BE SOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. Imnioillntuly fit for cuiiviiKvtiiur will bo rend) Dr.Bull'a Cminh Kvnin ??" 5r" SELF-POURING Tlio iroupcc(UN mill comjilclo out POWDER Absolutely Puro. Agents Wishing Desirable Territory ou Hun pre at m ork will ptoiiNO acldrcfcM tin fcoou nn possible llio publlMlicrs. BELFORD COMPANY, 8 Kuwl !8tU St., M1W YOHK. TEA POTS. saves 85 to 50ft of Tea. ?& ml ew:i W ifcTinrw SAVE MONEY, BUY YOUR OWN HOME! W L L 3pgg. LGiUsviiiG Savinus, Lnnn ana Buiidlna ln Go. o ,, r m PAPERS FOR THE - ! .rmi-aunn- A!Mf UUtMrU.4 KV, Th most txtentive park is Deer park, la the environs uf Copenhagen, Denmark. The lacloKuro contains 4,900 acres and U divided by a sfflall river. . SPRING TRADE JUST RECEIVED 1 B-ABB-A I t GEORGE W. JOHNSTON, Gor.or.tl M&nar, ts Room la Tylor Building-- S. E, CornaUHtt wrn Mat Swta, , -t- - ) 1 -- -- Immigrants and returning voyagers Had in Aver'B SutaMrilla a care ter eruptions be lie, p'mplea, eczema, eto.i wliether red, sulting from sea-diand life on or from aay other ,eans. Its vajpe ae a ioaio aad alterative medicine cannot beorereetimattrtl. et ship-bear- S fc I'M AT i CLOVERPORT, fiES KY. , OltAB. Jl. r.ONfl, II. Y, KANliKlttt, OSrAU 'KM,KY. JOllH W. (illKKN J. 1 SI. XT W. II. 1 II n.iv BOARD OF DIHtCTOHa, CULP, JACOB MKItTK, HALllKMAK, J. W, fiAMtttV f 1'ilV Ulf V wwnnr., I . rj Cnixc. t " A. Xatiokai. IUxW, TicrWi-rtrf JI ' - - W.H.WVlKriW Mbchmhc1 AVWa i .MMM .1" I o " . fvuvt ft(,rn s S3 - ? i t MNt f TWWP S&miCLXM 6 'W.?Wi j&Zi $ Iff Wfr'ri,'." ti rt 1- 1 ,t ra ti T :21- - W ' 1wTwyiHMtafflS'r Breckenridge News. 11EWAUE OF A LIKE FATE. TrrT??rf?wf,'?T"T WEDNESDAY, FEDRITA11Y HAROIHSBURG DEPARTMENT, BRANDENBURG. Circuit Court began hero Monday. Miss Llllle Hny is visiting in Bowling Green. Mr. Will UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION 1 19, 1800 J NO. D. BABBAGE The following is from the Cannelton Enquirer, and is worthy of being read carefully by our citizens Tint Bobbin Factory enterprise to bo established In this city Is a certainty. Tho machinery has all been purchased and the work of putting up the house will begin In a few days. About ten hands will bo employed In this enterprise besides It will give employment to a large number of men In the woods getting out timber. Clorerport News. Now tho abovo shows the difference between talk and actlun. Several months ago this paper urged upon our cltltens the Importance of organising a company for the purpose of establishing small manufactures to work up our timber and other materials that we have In the We tried among other ImmedUto vicinity. propositions to hare a bobbin factory started, and alto a brick manufactory. Either one of these Industries could be made to pay here, but our citizens do not teem to be able to grasp such small affairs. Nothing less than a hundred and fifty thousand dollar plant will suit We epent considerable time and our people. expense in demonstrating that wo bad clay here suttablo for making a special variety cf brick, but you can not convince our people that there is anything in It simply because some person has not established such a manufactory hero and made a success of it. If he had there would be two or. three more that would want to go Into it at once. Until tome of this petty jealousy It laid ntide, and a little more cnlerprltlng spirit manlfettcd by some of our citltent who delight in being referred to as 'the leading business men" of the town, there is no need for any one to urge any enterprise with any hopes of its adoption, and therefore we wilt refrain from boring our readers further in this line. We only write these few lines because so many have wanted to know why the We will brickyard project was abandoned. state for their benefit that we have clearly demonstrated that the clay is here, and can be profitably worked, but (hero is no man here who has got the ntrvo to risk a thoutatd dollars In any business enterprise. It is a fact demonstrated by all experience, that a failure to encourage all such enterprises is a fearful mistake. Unless met by a liberal spirit and interest on tho part of citizens of a town, persons contemplating starting manufactories, will go elsewhere. There are towns all over the land which will take hold and encourage nil who come looking for locations. But whenever and wherever high prices are asked for land, and a spirit is shown to make all out of them, tbey will stand, we may be sure they will pass on to the next town. Let our people take warning It is already complained, that tbey are following DIBTBrBUTED. v. n.RAniiAni; TIME TABLE Nu. I. Weil llomid DAILY KXOKrT BOilDAT. 11.30 A.M.IiV. ,. IMItor h'utt Hound In, St. Exprett Ml noil I. A:T. Miller hat opened n new Garrett, is visiting I.ocnl Time Card. Mall anil Express going Eait West " ' " " " 11.23 6.31 "East West...... - 50 11.23 East 9.59 West 9.59 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.tn. Gel the news and get all the news and From Dana's nothing but the news. jcCtlcbraltd Maxims in Journalism. to oiik coimr.si'oNi:STs. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For County Judge, Tbo. For For For For For For For For AdWltion. County Attorney, Jndgo Milton Hoard. County Clerk, J. E. Monarch. Sheriff, J. .8. DeJernette. County Sup't of Schooli, JS. W. Miller. Jailer, John Slaton. County Assessor, Len Cnhuian. County Surveyor, F. M. C. Jolly. Coroner, W. H. Pendleton. THE CONSTITUTIONAL VENTION. CON-- It seems certain now that tho Legisla- tvro will call the Constllulional Convention. The Committees of both Houses have formulated bills wbfch will meet the approval of the general atsembly and .an election for delegates will be held next August, and the Convention wilt meet in September. All agree that the body should be comMen whose posed of the best material training aud thought have Titled them for such work, should be selected in every county. The people of each county should begin early and as far ns possible decide upon its delegate, and avoid unseemly scrambles and the ordinary election methods It is too important an affair for local or petty jealousy, or personal predilections to have undue influence over results. The weal or woe of our Commonwealth in the race of the Union will be largely in the hands of that body. Unwise provisions in tho future Constitution may wreck us as a State. The fate of posterity is most critically ai this juncture in the hands of Wo believe the peoplo realize this fact, We see evidences all over the State that they are alive to the importance of the The best men are being called subject. forth everywhere, and as a general rule, nro responding favorably to the call of the is sent to the The people. rear. This is as it should be. Our duty is plain and the people of llreckenridge are not lagging behind other There seems to be a general counties. expression in favor of John Allen Murray The for tho delegate from llreckenridge people know and recognise that he is the man for the place. A broad lawyer, a sound thinker, eonsenativp in his instincts, he is safe to trust in this matter. The Ni.us will support him, for tho lest interests of the people nnd because it wonts good govself-seek- the bad example of Cannelton and such places. If tbey do, the day will come, when tbey will rue it. The Republicans met at Hardinsburg last Monday and made a partial ticket for the county offices to be filled in August Doubtless the ticket would have next. been made up entirely if they could have Out oa wc have said, found the material heretofore the Republicans have not had unooth sailing in politics in this county for some years, and numbers of their party have not been enger to get on the ticket. Consequently they had to scour the county Now that it is to make a ticket at all. made tho Democrats need not be in the They can defeat it easily least alarmed if they will do their duty. Tiieiie is about to be a big split in the G A. II , all over admitting negroes into the organization. The negro is a mighty handy fellow for the Republicans to have about election times, but when it comes to his officiating with that parly in any other way, the Ihing doesn't work. The negro is doomed to the devil and tho deep bluo sea if he depends on tbe Republicans In make anything out of him except a tool to swell Uncle Sam's majorities at tbe elections. Amomi the bills introduced lait week In tbe United States Senate, was one by Mr. ernment. Pierce, to create an Agricultural Commission to invpsttaate the present depressed condition of tbe Agricultural interests of tho country In all of its phases. One of the chief questions to be considered is the Hon. H. S. Triplet), of Owensboro, has tariff and its influence on tbe prices of the introduced in the House, a bill creating a necessaries of life, with its effects on the legal advertising law in this State. A reagricultural interests generally. shows that it has been view of the bill carefully revised and contains r.o objecAmi Mr. Robert M. Jolly did not go at tionable features. For the good of the the head of tbe Republican ticket. This people of the en'ire State it should be-- n was wise. And Robt doubtless knew that law. Kentucky has always been behind if he did go in and straddle the blind tbo many other States in her syBtem of adverDemocracy would see him five better and tising property required to be Bold under bdoop in tbe pot. tho hammer, and consequently n large per cent, of it goes at a sacrifice Gov. IkcKNKit has appointed Major Henry S. Hale, of Graves county, Slate A MJMHEtiof papers In tho Fourth disTreasurer to succeed Mr. Sharpe. Mr. trict are having a good deal to say about Hale is a wealthy banker nnd an a pledge which Mr. Montgomery is said to have made to Gen. Sam Hill two years Cou Thomas Henry has sent in his resago to the (fleet that he (Montgomery) ignation as Clerk of (be Court of Appeals would not bo a candidate Ibis year for reflection for Congress. As tho matter is Mr. Tom Poore. who has been acting as before the public iu an indefinite sort of assistant clerk of the office, succeeds him. n way, might it not be well enough to wait A fire at Central City, Ky last week until Mr. Montgomery returns frcm Washington, and hear what be did say on the destroyed the Central City Coal Company's store nnd other property valued at $20,000 subject. So i.oxn as Americans live to outshine Harrison has issued his proclamation throwing open to settlers a their neighbors, simplicity in funerals will reservation in Dakota formerly occupied not be popuhr. by the Sioux Indians. The rush of people Wkm., wo will now proceed to turn our to tbo new territory is something marvelattention to sweet Owen. ous, ns they aro going there daily by the thousands. llotvuro of Ointments for t'atnrrli 'I' lint Contain JTIercury, Capt. Gross has never received his pay As mercury will surely destroy tho senso for the latter part of his term as U. S of smell and completely derange the whole Marshal for the State. lie went to Washsystem when entering it through the muington last week and was informed that cus surfaces. Such articles should never his accounts bad not yet been adjusted iu be used except on prescriptions from tho Controller's office. as the damage tbey may do is ten fold to tbe good you can possibly It is reported that English capitalists derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, have contracted for $5 000,000 worth of manufactured by F. J, Cheney & Co., distilling property in this State which al- Toledo, O , contains no mercury, and is most gives them a monoply in the whisky taken internally, and acts directly upon business here. the mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you Tin: President has appointed Mr. Na- get tbe genuine. It is taken internally poleon D. Chambers, of Hawesville, Cenand made in Toledo, Ohio, by F, J. Chesus Supervisor (or the Pint district of ney k Co. Kentucky. C8old by Druggists, 75 cents. PiiESiDKNT At the instance of the Kentucky Press Association, Hon. G. It. Keller has prepared nnd Representative Tripled has introduced u legal advertising bill, which is so carefully guarded as to admit of no objection that we can see, except from the publisher, whose rates are much more than Tho those proposed, as is in our cbbo law, while it will add something to the gross receipts of a newspaper, is not alone for its benefit. Those whose properly is to be sold by order of court will realize more than nny one else by greoter publicity being given to the sales, which tiro now practically made without notice So far as wo are concerned, it is immaterial whether the law passes or not, but it should be enacted in simple justice to the interests involved. Interior Journal. Thero will be preaching nt the Baptist church next Sut.day. Mrs, Sallio J. Richardson has r urned Hon. Charles Ulanf rd wan in town last homo from Terre Hauto, Ind. Monday. Mr. Clarence Neafus left for Kansas Mrs. Colgan returned to Webster last City Monday to seek his fortune. Saturday. Messrs. H. W, Cough and Squiro VesThe revival at tho M. K. church is still sels are canJidates for County Judge. in progress. Mrs. Hattio Qrinnoll has resigned, her Mr. Ed. Thompson is making a first-claposition as society editor of the Meade city marshal. News. marriage took place in the County A Miss Ren a Clatkson spent latt week in Clerk's office Monday. iown tbe guest of bor aunt, Mrs. U, C. Woodson. Mr. Rosco Eskridgehas secured tbe for building the city hall. Mr. H. T. Haynes' little son, Hcniy, 4 years of ago, died of spinal meningitis last Mrs. Wm. Elder, of Cannelton, is visitMonday, tbe 9.h. ing her Mr. Charley Smith. Hon. 8j Wester Russell, One of tbe brakemen on the L. U. & W. of Marion county, was in our loan got his hand badly mashed a few days one day last week. sinco. Miss Eddie Robinson, accompanied by Tbe corner slono of the new city hall will be laid with imposing ceremonies next Miss Ina Malin, relumed to her home nt Vine Grove last week. Saturday at two and a half o'clock. Mr. Ad Frymire, of Union Star, has Mr. W. K. Harnes purchased a lot on Main street last week of Mrs. Hestou. been up several days visiting his daughter He.thinks of erecting a brick buildiog on it Mrs E. H. Shellmnn. Ditto Bros, bought HG head of stock cat The Republicans have put out Owen They aro Cunningham for County Court Clerk and tle in Lonisville last week. he's a mighly clever whole Boated fellow feeding altogether 50 head. too. At Ibis writing Mr: Wm. Ditto, Sr., livMr. Underwood who was arretted last ing near Buck Grove, is lying very low with bronchial pneumonia. week for obtaining money under false pretenses at Cloverport was released on an Our Hon. Commonwealth's Attorney examining trial. says tbe Dkeckekmwib News is tbe best Mr. James Pennington, a former resicounty paper in his knowledge. dent of this county but now living in Misses Fannie Woolfolk, Annie RichTexas, was here last Monday miugling ardson. Nellie and Winnie Green were all with his old friends and acquaintances. down with la Grippe last week, A gentleman from the Rock Lick neighMiss Ida Mayfield's school at Long borhood informed us last Monday thut Branch closed last Friday. She left Immethere was a decided mujority of the peoplo diately for her home at Rowlett, Ky. in that country in favor of their depot beRev. Donaldson Dowden, of Louisville, ing located at Mr. Carwile's. was down Inst week to see bis son, George, Tbe LroBS band was out in the Court who has been very sick with la Grippe. House yard last Monday evening, making Little Nettie Cow'ey, daughter if music for the public. There was a large Mr. Jake Cowley, Sandy Hill neighbot-hoo- d, crowd out nnd tbo fellows from Ihe coundied of pneumonia Sunday night. try enjoyed the music bugbly. Part of the material for erecting tho Rev. Robert llrowder, P. R. for this dissalt plant on the Potter Miller place, by trict did not put in an appearance hero at Consolidated Gas Co., is on the ground. the time for holding tbe regular Quarterly Mm. J. W. Leis was taken sick wiih meeting last Saturday and Sunday. Hi is sick at Lis home in Elizabetbtown with la Grippe over two weeks ago nnd since then baa been suffering a great deal with rheugrippe. matism nnd has been confined to her bed. The first excursion over the L II fc W. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lsnsdale, of West is announced for the 4'h Sunday in March The negroes nro going to hnve it and such Point, nnd Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ditto, of a hustling 'Ter dem cars' as there will be Howard's Station, spent Sunday at L)rg Tbey ore all going to Louisville to attend Branch, the guests of the populur hoste3s Conference, nnd tbe fare for the round trip of the Long Branch hotel. The Democratic County Committee met will be $1 50 The grand trunk will be loaded. last Monday and called a primary election The Republicans met at the Court House to be held at Ihe various precincts, on Saturday, May 3, 1890, to nominate canMonday, and made the following nominations for county offices: For County Court didates for alt the county offices, also a Clerk, Mr. Owen Cunningham, of Union delegate to the Constitutional "Convention. Tbo Champa River Gold Mining Cd. Star, County Court Judge, Mr. Charley Mattingly ; Sheriff, Mr. Mat. Shrewsbury; held a meeting here last Tuesday. RepAssessor, James I. Hall. Rock Lick; Jailresentatives from Louisville, Leitchfield This does not com- and Vine Grove were present. They have er, Mr. Logan Pate. plete the ticket, but tbe balance will like- alroady built a dam across the Champa ly be made up some time in the future. river and have tbe machinery on tbe The Democrats are very well pleased with ground and are ready to begin work nnd the nominations and think they can down will do it forthwith. Mcssrr. Adams of the g. o. p. in August. Leitchfield and Gohcagan of Vine Grove Mr. Myers, of Ouras, has purchased a leave immediately for Mexico to start tbe piece of ground out at Harned, the new ball to moving. The boys are very jubilstation on tbe L. H &, W. It is reported ant over their interest there, and think that he will put up a building on it at once that some day they will have plenty of and open up a general mercantile busi- gold, In a condemnation suit in Judge Wool-folk- 's Mr. Myers is missing his opness there. court last Thursday, Wm Halloway portunity when he doesn't move to this town and open out his business on a large against tho L , St. L. & T. railroad, the We need a few merchants like attorneys for tbo railroad moved to disscale. Meyers and this town would go on a boom miss the action upon some technical point There is hundreds of dollars in cash going and the Judge overruled their motion. from around this town every day, hunting Tbe railroad attorneys became indignant bargains, because we can't Jet out of our at tbe Judge's rulings and left the court Mr. Holjoway's attorney proceedold fogy Btyle of doicg business. The room. ed with the case, introduced all of bis tesmerchants need waking up a little. A number of prominent citizens from timony, made a speech to the jury and different sections of tbe county met at then the Judge handed tbe jury the papers tbe Court Houso last Monday, for tbe pur- and told them to retire to the room for a verdict. Tbe jury brought in a verdict pose of organizing a fair company, A for $1 3C5 damages and interest since was prepared and will be forwardcharter ed to the Legislature ut once for passage. August, 1887. The case, I suppose, could have once been settled for $500 or $G00. The gcntlemep mean business in this unMr. John F. Wright was called off suddertaking and propose to get up a fair that denly by the cold hand of death last Satwill be n credit to the whole county. urday from failure ol heart action. He Among the Incorporators are s had just gotten up from an attack of Ulanford, W. W. Williams and W. J. Pig-goof Bewleyville; Mr. John Dean, jr., la Grippe, and Friday he was taken sick Rock Lick; Ron T. Miller, J. B. HenBley again, but not thought serious until death and J, B. Buzby, of this place ; Capt. A. was at his door. He was seen on tbe J. Gross and Mr. J. D Babbage, Clover-por- t; street Thursday, apparently in good Mr. R. M Jolly, Irvington, nnd a health. Air. Wright was a clever gentlenumber of others. There was not much man and stood well In this community. done at the meeting Monday further than He was a member of the I. O. O. F. and the Presbyterian church here. He wqb to put tbo organization on foot. A comgiven a burial by bis odd fellow bretheren, mittee of five were appointed to report on tbe selection of grounds suitable for the on Monday, tho 17th, in which fellowship fair and the meeting then adjourned. The hp stood very high. He leaves- - a wife, committee is as follows: J B, Buzby, W, parents and several brothers and sisters to J. Dean.jr, W. W. Williams, Felix Mon- mourn his loss, and as a brother Odd Fellow and friend I wish to extend my sympa roe and R. M Jolly. thy to the bereaved ones. ss con-trason-in-laHon-Charlett, 11.35 12.40 1.05 1.30 STATIONS. Ar. 9.00 .a. x Irvinaton.... 8.55 " Irvington Junction a.uu uarDelii.. r.N 7.S0 llarned Lv. 7.09 A.u r.M.Ar.. .... Hardinsburg dailt ttcierT butcher shop. SUNDAY. Miss Ida Powell, Mrs Jim RlckctU. Louisiana State Lottery Company, CATCH ON To a good Incorporated by the Legislature in 18C8, for Educational and Charitable purposes and its franchise was made a part of the present State Constitution in 1879,by an overwhelming-populvoto. ITS JTIAIUMOTII DIUU'INOS ar thing while you can Get the most for your money ! lako plnco Jcml Jhho and December, Aiittnall), lie ORANB 81NCLD RU.lIHlciland UKAW J1YGN take plnco oh each or tho ether tcH msHtha In tho year, ana nro nil ! ! ttrawH In public, ri Academy of iTlHtlc, Now Orlcatm,the fia, FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For Integrity of Its Drawings, and Prompt payment or its prizes, Attested as follows ? Quality amounts to little unless the price is fair. prices are not bargains unless quality is there. Low WE COMBINE THEM Perfection in style and assortment :- " We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrangements for all the Momihhi and Quarterly Drawings of The Louisiana Mate Lottery Company, and in person manage and control the Drawings themselves, and that the same are conducted with honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all parties, and we authorize the Company to use this ccrlficale, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in its advertisements." i --: Satisfaction in quality and prices. &MWg3 JV& We the undersigned &, Comiultaluiicrn. Prospects of the Season : The crops have been unusually large and the prospects for a lively spring arc good. Cloverport is climbing the ladder hand over hand, she will land safe and proudly at the top, Casting no reflection on her competitors, but outrivaling contestants for trade, in territory open to the competition oflcading houses, by showing greater and more extensive assortments in all lines, and by a disposition to sell at low figures. You can save money by buying your goods in Cloverport, and nowhere will you find this better demonstrated than in our house. We do business on the modern i e cash basis, and plan respectfully solicit a part of your patronage. Banks and Bankers will pay all Prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which, may be presented at our counters. K.M. WAI.aiSr.UV, lrc. Loulklaiin National Bank. PIEKKB I.ANAUX, Pre. State Ka- tlonal Bank. A. BALDWIN, Prca, New Orlcana National Bank. CAB!. KOI1N Proa. Union National Bank. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING ' In the Academy of Music, NewOrlcans Tuesday, March II, 1890. 100,000 Capital Prize, $300,000. Ticket Twenty Dollars each, navels at Quarters S3; ftiO: Tenths 82; Twentieths SI. list or raizes. 1 CAPITAL 1 1 1 (1UAND O.KAND WM. VEST & SONS. CLOVERPORT, KY, 2 & 25 100 200 500 100 100 100 $300,000., $300,000 100,000. . 100,000 50,000. . 50,000 LAHQE PRIZES OF 25,000. . 25,000 LA11QK PRIZES OF 10,000. . 20,000 FRIZES OF 6.000. . 25,000 " 1,000. . 26,000 too. . 50,000 ' 800. . 60,000 M 200. . 100,000 ArraoxiUATioN ramts. $50,000 Prltes of $500 aro Prlies of $300 aro $30,000 Prltes of $200 aro 20.000 PKIZE OF PRIZE OP PRIZE OF 999 Prizes of 100 are 999 Prizes of 100 are 3,131 Prizes, amounting i Terminal Paizts: 99.900 99.900 i ' t i i i! to $1,054,800 Notk Tlckots drawing Capital Prizes aro not entitled to terminal Prizes. AGENTS WANTED. IRVINGTON, KY. DEAI.KUS IN $zEot Club ratet,orany further information desired, write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your residence, with State, County, Street and Number. Morerapld return mall delivery will be 'assured by your enclos Ing an Envelope bearing your full address. ' IMPORTANT. M. A. DAUPHIN. aoo.im ' Field Seeds, Farming Implements, GROCERIES, SADDLERY, HARDWARE, or HI. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. C. Now Orloans, l.aM STOVES and TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES. ss By ordinary letter, containing Monet Onnxa Usued by all Express Companies, New York Exchange, Draft or Postal Note. Wa tat ox Cubbcnot sent us by Express of $5 or over. Address Registered Letters to Wc make a specialty of Seeds and Farming Implements. Call NEW OltbtiANS NATIONAL. HANK. New Orleans, JLa. and get our prices before buying as wo are sure we can save you money REMEMBER that the payment of all prizes "NVe also keep in connection with our store a first-claon wnat you buy. Is GUARANTEED By FOUR NATIONAL Hotel and Livery Stable and offer speoial inducements to Com- BANKS of New Orleans, and the Tickets are signed by the President cf an Institution, mercial men. McGLOTHLAN BROS., whose chartered rights are recognized In Irvington, Ky. LEGISLATIVE NOTES. The Legislative Committee visited the Anchorage Assylum last week and reported that they found everything nbout that order. institution in The Lottery men nbout Frankfort are getting badly scared up. The legislative investigating committee mean business and it is most probable that the lottery swindle in Kentucky will be stopped altogether. Mr. Wortham presented a petition from Mrs. E. A. W. Hurbage. praying that a bill be passed exempting widows from paying railroad tat in tbe Hardinsburg district, in Brcckenridgo county. Before tbo House is a bill to change the penalty for carrying concealed weapons, making it panishable by a fine of from $50 to $200 and imprisonment from DO to 'JO days. The Committee on Charitable to recommend the appropriation of $1,0CC 23 for the purpose of building additions to tho Kentucky Institute for the Deaf and Dumb Mutes at Danville and also decided o increase the appropriation for clothing the inmates from $200 first-class Institu-tioufdecided SALT LAKE CITY. The following is an extract from Mr. David 8. Murray, to his father Judge J. A. Murray of this city, which may be of interest to our readers : the highest Courts; therefore, beware of any imlta-tloor annonymous schemes. ONE DOLLAR is the price of the smallest part or fraction of a Ticket ISSUED BY US in any Drawing. Anything In our name offered for lets thac a Dollar Is a swindle. nt to $500. A bill to punish managers of shows for imposing on the people by fraudulent advertisements, provides that any person who feels aggrieved because the show for which h paid did not include all that was promised in the advertisements, may hav tho manager arrested and .fined from $2 to $50 or imprisoned from 10 to 20 clays. A bill is before' the House to fix the weight of a buBhel of corn in tbe ear at 68 in place of 70 pounds. The former figure is the legal one in Indiana. J.OT1CE All persons indebted to mo cither by nolo or account aro requested to como forward and settle before tho March court ns I iutend to list all claims for collection, not paid before that time. Fair warning. J A Witt. iUorctirlul Poison. Mercury is Oftea Injudiciously used by quack dootors in cases il malaria and blood poison. Jti after effect Is worse than tbe original disease. 11. 11. It. (Botanic Ulood Halm) contains no mercury, but will eliminate mercurial poison from the system. Write o Blood Halm Co., Atlanta, Oa), for bojks of convincing proof of its curative virtue, A. F. Britton, Jackson, Tenn., writes t "I caught malaria in Louisiana, and when the fever at last broke, my system was saturated with poison, and I had sores iu wy mouth and knots on my tongue. I got two bottles of H, H. H., whioh healed my tong e and mouth and made a new man of mo." Wm. Richmond, of Atlanta, Oa., writes I "My wife could hardly see. Doctors called it syphilitlo Iritis, Her eyes were In a dreadful condition. Her appetite failed. Hhe had pain In her joints ana bones. Her kidneys were deranged also, and no one thought she could be cured. Dr. Uillam recommended D, U. ))., which she used until her health was entirely restored." K. P, B. Jones. Atlanta, Qa., writes i "I was troubled with copper colored eruptions, loss of appetite, pain in baek, aching Joints debility, emaciation, loss of hair, rore throat, and great nervoassess. B. 11, B. put my sys. v tern tn fiae condition." Northern white seed oats for sale by Patrick Teaff. J,ucUtt)a I.Mck. It was reported on the streets this morning that Luckeft- - Brown, a brakeman on on the LSt. L. & T.hiad drawn $5,000 in Owensboro Intbe Louisiana lottery, quirer, IlHcklOH'o Arulca Salve The best salve in the world for cuts bruises, sores nlcers, salt rhoum, fever sores, tettor, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay roquired. It Is guaranteed to givo porfoct satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per bor. For sale by O. W. Short, Cloverport, Ky., nnd J. A. mtt, Hardinsbnrg, Ky. Cloverport Cluucrally Octa Therein C3eed Salt Lake City, Utah, Feb'y 10th, 1890. Today is our city election and tbe Gentiles will carry the city by a good majority. Never in the history of any city were there such organization such excitement such parades so much at stake. It is tho overthrow of the rule that bas bouud this country for fortytwo years, nnd made it, until Eli H. Murray's time, unsafe as a place lo live for any one who would not bo subject to that rule. The campaign began lust summerand bas been kept up without cessation ever since and without losing one jot of its interest. Nearly every voter in tbe city belongs to some marching club or other, and we have had periodical parades. The city is divi. ded into twenty-tw- o ecclesiastical wards, and each ward has a president, each block n captain, and a for each ten voters whose duty it is to keep track of bis ten men, and see that tbey were properly registered and voted. All these presidents, captains and report to tbe chairman of the Central Committee, who has demonstrated himself to bo tho best organizer In the United States. Besides this, Chairman Powers established what might be called bureaus, as follows Legal, Naturalization, money, military, etc'; each department subdivided until every point you can think of was covered. It is tbo most interesting "plan of campaign" possible (o conoteve or. Tbe Chicago Tribune gives full description and follows up the work, beginning in its issue of about February 3J or 4th. A groat many of tho large papers have" sent out special correspondents who are on the ground. It is arranged to send Uncle Eli Ell H, Murray, Ed ) a telegram of congratulation tonight, giving tho signed by a big lot of peoplo. A ft: tribato to him and ho Is given full credit today, David S. MunnAT, The reports show (he Gentiles canied the election by a large majority. It is a singular coincidence that this remarkable election ocenrred on tbe anniversary of Gov. Murray's birthday, February 10th. sub-capta-in ns (ex-Gond Printers' A Inki;? ! r JOVltNAL FOn ADVEItTISEItS. Is Issued weekly, and Is the representative journal the trade journal of American advertisers. It indicates to tbe inexperienced advei-tit- er how, when, and where he should advertise j how to write an adrertlsementj how to display one; what newsptpors to use; how much money to expend Jn fact, discourses 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 adrlee is based on an experience of more than twenty-fiv- e years In placing advertising contract! for many of tbe largest and most successful advertisers. A. year's subscription costs but two dollars : sample copies Freo. Address : ' (JEO. P. HOWELL CO., Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spiuco St., New York. i Brcckenridgo Circuit Court. I Notice In Eq'y Wm. T. Pcnlck, &o. ) Defendants. All porions having claims against the estate or Peter B. Pcnlck, deceased, Are hereby notified to produce their claims before the undersigned Commissioner at hlsoOIco In Hardinsburg, properly proven, on orleforothe first day of March, 1890. Given under my hand as Matter CoUbiit-slonof tbe Breokenrldgo Circuit Court, this tbe first day of February, 1890, V. O. Babbage, M. 0. B. C. C. vs er Richard II. Pcnlck, &e. ) Plaintiff & Breckenridge Circuit Court. A. M. DeJernette, Adm'r ") Plaintiff v NotlcolnEn'y Ellon Whoatloy and others, J Defendants. All penons having claims against the estate of John 0. Wheatley, deceased, aro hereby notified to produce their said claims before the undersigned Commissioner at hit office In Hardinsburg, properly proven, on or before tho first day of March, 1890, Given under my hand as Master Commissioner of the Breokenrldge Circuit Court, this 1st day of February, 1890. V. Q. Babbage, M. 0. B. 0. ste i. ? Breckenridge Circuit Court. others') Plaintiff Notice InEn'y Milton M. Tate, others J Defendants. A'l persens having claims against the estate or A, L. Simons, deceased, are hereby notified to produce their elalms before the undersigned Commltt'oner, properly proven at his pfHa In Ilardlniburg, on or before the jki day of March, 1890. Given under my haad as Matter Commissioner of tbe Brcckenridgo Circuit Court, this flrtt day of February, 180. V, Q. Cabbage, M. O. B.,C. C. Renew your subscriptions promptly am Thomas F. Satterfield A-- Shape. T,V & m Skkator Blairis pushing bis EJucationa) It is believed ha Dill before the Senate, will succeed In getting it through this ses- sion. Call at F N. D'Huy's jewelry store and see the handsome gold watch to be given to all our cash in advance nnd paid up subscribers. . When Baby was alck, we gave her Castorla, When ahe was a Child, she, cried for Castorla. When die became Mlaa tltocliiug to Castorla. When alio bad Children, jLe gave litem Caatorta. There is no humbug abou,t our premiums Tbey nil go without money and without price to our paid up subtcribera. Tbo commercial prosperity of Cloverport may get a black eyo for a while on account of tbe Uardintburg and Fordsville railroads but her people are wide awake and will nrn them to her advantage is the end Hawesville Plaiadeakr, A good totaceo canvas at cents per yard. Caiifirmcd. tti's The favorable impression produced on the first appearance of the agreeable liquid fruit remedy, Syrop of Figs, a fow years ago has ben more than confirmed by tta pleasant experience of all who have used it, and the success of tho proprietors for 2 and BWRufacturers, the. California Fig Syrup Company. 1 get a ticket is oar Grand Gift Diatribatwit a . j-- -i- - v t MMkL, o H feppfes I4OUAI1 HKUVITIIIH. f- Lent begins today. Sulzera.j Rfijord- - breaking bargains -- on lnsinesa.r-8ul- Wo(ve got tho grip o v its many excellent qualities comcoffee. . mend it to all and havo inado it The Union Local says, Capt. J. C. Martho mo3t popular remedy known. tin who was 'dangerously sick last week is . , Syxup or Figs is for sale- Jn 50c Ma and $1 bottleslrpall leading drugfV ''Where Is my wandering boy tonight ?' gists. Any rcliablo druggist who Probably lookiug at those new suitings at may not havo it on hand will promptly for any one who it wishes to try it Do not accept I must sell and will oell'for cash, and for any substitute. j j cost tj $ j "I letsL., than any man in this county. Miller, .' jti CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C0U J. SAN FRAHOISC J. QAU 4 Java and Mocha, Fancy tJllo. Pure , louisyiUEg-fr.- , m ffew ronx, tt.r. $ Santos and Combination Java' Coffee in bulk, at Sulzer's,. w FOR CLERK COURT OF APPEALS. Remember the prayer pro-eur- o v f Read McQIolblan Dro'a advertisement la this issue. Connolsenra captivated by.oilr combination coffees. A good tobacco canvas at Vest's for 2 ccnla per yardv , Geo. WeatberboU is buying cattle for city butcher Lishen, Read tbe advertiscmeut of a farm for , " B3STJOY OISP V A talo'on Clover creek, Both tho method and result If yoa want to save 60 per cent, on furof Ffyjsifl taken; it is pleasant niture call on J L. Miller. to tho taste, and acta and refreshing About two thousand feet of stockings to entry yetpromptly on tho Kidneys, be sold away down, at Snlzera'. Bowels, cleanses tho sysivcr and tem effectually, dispels colds, head.Tbe grocery.store, where you aches and fevers fcud oureVhabitual can; fiodwbat joawuDt, is Sulzers'. , cdnstipntipn, Srfin of FfgB(is lid "No wife objects fo h'er'huabnnd'a coming only remedy of its Kind ever prohomo loaded with our goods. Sulzers. duced, pleasing to tho tasto and acFeeding cattle aro in demand and bring ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in : "Stock bogs are aho wanted. ifn iip.tinn nnil triilvlurfrfihinl tnlta ' & Sanborn's celebrated coffee at Chase effects, prepared only from tho most Sulzer's Try n can ye lovtrs of good healthy and agrccablo substances, hea-Syrup stem p Wo visited Webster, Irvington nnd Gut-to- n last Friday and bad tho plcnauro of meeting quite a number of our subscribers who cheerfully renewed their subscription and assisted us in obtaining a number of new names to our list, all of which was JJJ I I Li I j I I I IJ II I I f I I I I I I I I I I I M I ' I I I I I I I I M I I I J I f good-price- ;,,.,, We.are authorised as a Canilldate for Clerk Court of Appeal Subject to tbe 'action pf Democratic Btate Convention. GRORGE H. MADdEN, to. announce , . ,, Baptist church tonight and at the meeting at the Meth- FOR JUDGE COURT OF APPEALS. We are autborlteil'to announce odist church tomorrow night, ' I Mr. Abshire, tbe boss carpenter of tbe machine shops, has moved into Mr. C) G. WarGeld'a bouse on Second street. '. "tr a candidate for Judge o( thejCouit of Appeal, subject to tbe of tho City of Louisville, bs JOHN ROBERTS, actlon'ofabVJDiimocratlo Apneliite'Dlilrfct. party of the Third We are authorized to announce ij(p0E JOSEPH LEWI to the office of as a 'candidate for Judge of the.Court of Appeals, subject to the action of the4Democratle party. Wm. K. Barnes, Uardlnsburg. p .'S- - John Allen Murray, Cloverport. Attoi'neys atLaw. Uardlnsburg nnd Cloverport, Kentucky. MURRAY & BARNES, Dr. J. T. BAKER, Physician and Surgeon, ry ,. HARDINSBURG, .CrOutce on Brick Corner. KY. Breckinridge WEDNESDAY, "News. 0. FEBRUARY r. &W boo Notice the Inliol on your paper and If your time expire tills month. .Personal. Mrs. Wills returned from Louisville yester- - M :t i'l- m Henry B. Head, of Irvington, pent Friday in the city. Alfred .Robards, of Uardlnsburg, was in the ' -- ' city Saturday? 'f Mr. Clinton J. Cox, of Stephcnsport, was in town Saturday. was; in the . MriJ.fll. J.yddn,;of jVyelster, city Wednesday. Mr. Kd. Brashear, of Hawesville, was in town yesterday , f ,,kJ, Will Smith, of Owensboro, visited bis home at Holt thla week, Appealing to Diana, the Goddess of the Br. Jesse L.. Moorman, of Adalrrllle, is Ephesipins, for help, is as useless as trying ' visiting his fatbor. to cure cholera without Ganter's magic Mrs. C. J. Murpby made a flying vlilt to chicken cholera cure. "No cure, no pay." Garlington tbli week. Sold by G. W Sbort. Mlis Forrie Hardin, of Holt, visited Mix Do you want wall paper ? Do yoa want Mary Allen Saturday. it cheap ? Do yon want a fine stock to Mrs. Leigh Isaacs, of Stephemport, vlilted select from ? If yoa do your wants can be Mn. Temple Monday. supplied by calling at Babbage'a. Prices Mri. Alfred Hennen, of Hawcavllle, waa in lower than the lowest tbe city last Wednesday. Mr. C. H. Shreve has sold bis Main street Mr. Abo Ditto, Jr., of Long Branch, made grocery to Mr. J, H. Short.' Mr. Short us a pleasant'vltlt last Friday. will probably remove from tbe sity and go J. II. Huninhe came up from Cannolton wth to into business at Ekro'd on the L , St. L, a ntco lino of samples Thursday, i f & Tl Owensboro Inquirer. fo, 'Rock Lick, Mr, W. II. Morton The City Council has ordered the City were visiting relative's in'town'Sunday. Engineer to make an estimate of the cost Mrs. Turpln (nee Miss GerjtrudV Mayo), of of a sewer from D'Huy's corner running Louisville, Is visiting ,Mra. J. 1J. firegory. to the river, something that is very badly Dr. W. B. White, Sr.,reUirned, howe Monneeded in that part of the town. day night from a three weeks. bui!no3S. trip. It is now agalnot tbe law lo sell or give OrGIa DeHavon Is at home from the- - Mouncigarelta or cigarette material to any one Wilt remain' only ft tains for a short visit. under eighteen years of age. Tho penalty few days. is a fine ol from five to twenty-fir- e dollars, Itobt. lltitor and Jesse Shaw, of Looso Coror imprisonment for more than thirty days ner, Meade counfjrt were in the cltySaturday or both. on business, .. jCardfUrajJuLonoouncinS the marriage Mrs, II. N. Hudson, of, LouUrlllc, is at of Miss Julia Ellen Ditto, daughter pf Mr. home on a visit to her parents, Mr., and Mrs. and Mrs. John K.;Ditto, of near Branden, t 3. Df Gregory, Mr.? N& 'E. wfip! Columbus, John Jablne, of St. Louis, made' a brief burg to Ohio, Tuesday evepfng March 4th, at visit to' bis mother flf "the liotel Saturday. He ? 8:50 p.m., came up from Owensboro. in Saturday Black, of 'Holt, Mr. J. 0, McCans, who has beon quite sick at hti mother's, Mrs. Moador, is thought to bo and bad bis subscription extended & year BHown News. somo better. in advance for the Ntws. Candor says we can send him either, tbe "wagon or the Dr. Louis Goldstein, of Stephemport, atJQis wife, however, prefers tended tho ball given by the Standard Club at gold watch. Owensboro last Thursday night, the salt e( ftknituro. , Mlss'lCntio BoiweWrelnrnea to, horhoije' fn The gas companies' failiisg to Henderson county Satsrdiy, after a visit of Unfortunate thing for the several weeks to Miss Jennie. Keith. gas interests of this city and the general Mrs. J, B.JTyler, jr., who has been spending welfare of the place. They ought by all a few days with her mother, Mrs, John Barks, rmjaM tojhavercome .together, p(oole'd' tQelrYraHCkts'tf and piped tbe town. . I Br,, Holt, has returned to her home at Owens-bor- ?.':' ''' , Irvington has six new bouses going up and others to be built in the spring. She is not a dead town ,bKany means. Call 'on. J.; U Miller and bay one 'set of Farnituro for $15,00, consisting of bedstead, dressing case and wash stand. Rev. V. K. Penrod, of the Baptist church will conduct the prayer meeting at the Methodist church tomorrow night. Eugene Vest is offering 50 cents for information that will load to the discovery of tbe man who. sent him that valentine. Tbe Republicans of Hancock county wlli'hold their primary election March 15; the Democrats, March 8. A red hot fight is on. Mr. Peyton Henderson, one of the oldest and most prosperous farmers of the county, died at his home near IJewleyville last Friday. 1 j WY Villfams, rof W. the Basin 'spring Stock Farm, sold his Gno stallion, Denmark, last week, to a parly in May Geld, .. for $1,200. ,; The big revival meeting begins at the Elm street Methodist church next Sunday. Rev. Steve P. Holcombe will preach his Grst sermon Monday night. Aunt Sarah Crittenden, an old and highly respected colored woman, and wife of Garret Crittenden, died very suddenly in this city last Saturday nigbf." I have tho finest Road Cart in tbe city and will trade For a cow. I am agent for the Weekly Courier-Jonrna- l. Call and seo the premium list. J. L. Miller. lion. D. R. Murray, of Cloverport, goes to Germany in the interest of tbe Fisher heirs. If there is anything in sight Dave will get it. Hawesville Plalndealer. McGIothlan Bros., Irvington, keep a splendid hotel, set a first-clatable and are very accommodating with it all. It is n. a good place to stop when you go to ss lrv-ing'o- arid-wl- . , ue.' ee consoli-dal;iai.y- 6r U y.!' Mr. J. 0. Horn arrived In the city yesterday from his homo in Alabama, where he h&a bea slnco he completed his work hero as engineer His many friends are on tbe L., St. L. It T. glad to welcomolilm back an'd hope ho will remain a long time with us, A good tobacco canvas at ,,"' o. You may know that this town is growing whon it requires a regular beer cart (like they use in other pities) to deliver tlwjjetr to dealers. Charlie .Lkhen has juat introduced a bran new one. Cloverport is not behind tbe times on anything, Webster is one of the nicest, Vwl's jor .V cents p?r yard. ? v 1 '""TraM It tw qHtekly. BMdMne. ft OR TsK ' t 4 ET'Jypif'?'1 SI.06D,rKi.tffin aad mmri. Uct the genuine, ri 'i f"i V,t hssl28rns-ot- r the "Clover' Llue'-an- d SR showlK handsomeb 'fresi.tbe road&Sar- - 2 elcBet duly appreciated. A marked copy of the Itcmizer, publish"W ill untitle tho holder, upon presentation at our place of busied at Farragut, Iowa, is sent us containing the marriage of Mr. Andrew Cox to Miss ness, any day except Sundays, between the hours of eight in the Lissa E. Bobbins, February 1 1th. Rov. G W. Wright performed tbe coremony. Tbe morning and seven o'clock in the evening, to a suit of Clothes, wedding was a very elaborate affair and Overcoat or pair of Pants, after paying a small fee, which the the list of presents numerous. W. W. Williams went to the Blue Grass He will make the deaccommodating salesman will demand. section last week to purchase another fine stallion for his stock farm. Mr. Williams mand so politely and name such a reasonable stun that you crn-u- ot a thorough stockman nnd believes in u These help but hand over the change and go off happy. good horser. He has done more tban any other man in the county to improve the terms will remain in effect until the remainder of our stock of qualities and stock of the horse. superb home manufactured clothing is disposed of. F. M. Osborne k Co. is the style of the new firm that has just opened at Guston. They are formerly of Rhlneyville, Hardin county, Ky., and from the handsome and splendid line of general merchandise they aro carrying we judge them to be firstclass wideawake merchants. We predict for the now firm a very large trade. The City Conncil has at last agreed upon a plan to grade Second street, or in other words, put it in as good condition as it was before the railroad ran through it, a thing impossible to do, and have instructed City Engineer Fowler to draw up S. E. COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS LOUISVILLE, KY. the plan, when it will bo submitted to tbe I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I railroad people for their consideration. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Waldo Simons, one of tho most substantial citizens of Tobinsport, was in town TliroiiBli Vrmtluulcd Train, to St. STEPHENSPORT. I.oiiIn on tlio Air I,liic and this week, and would have fared well if he I,.. St. I,. ,V X. had not got in the companionship of Till Our town is overrun with drummers this Groves and two or three of his wicked asFrom present indications the Louisville, week. sociates, who setup a job on Waldo, and Mr. Walter MoSely returned to Owens-- ( Evansvil lo and St. Louis railroad will be he was compelled to go homo without any tho first road running out of Louisville to last week. refreshments; and now he is laying for put on a vestibuled train. It is underO. Brashear is very ill with pneuMr. J. Till with a stuffed clnb. Cannelton Enstood that President Mackey and General monia fever. quirer. Manager Evans during a recent visit to " " " Mr. Sam Dent, of Leilchfield, was in Pullman, 111 , nude arrangements with the town last week. GUSTON. Pullman Palace-ca- r Company for the The weather now is delightful and busi- building of two full vestibuled trains. Tbe Song nnd sunshine again. ness improving. trains will run daily between Louisville Several parties had to go to bed with la Mrs. George McCubbins is dangerously and St. Louis just as soon as tbo Mackey system completes its own line with St. Grippe, somo who thought that they wero ill with pneumonia. about well of it. Mr, John David McKatign's family aro Louis, independent of the Louisville nnd is now completNashville. Tbe road-be- d We have been informed that Dr. Burcb, all Bick with measles, ed, and if it were not for the bad, wet of Paynesville, has forty or more cases of Measles have taken tho (own, have weather the company could uso tho line typhoid fever. scarcely passed a bouse. on Marcb 1. It is not likely, however, the Mr. Henry Herrington, of Garrett, canMr. Sylvester Railey, a very aged man, line will be in readiness before May I, and didate for jailer, was down passing com- died near here Saturday. on this date tho veslibuled train will bo pliments with the boys Friday and SaturMr. J. Looser and wife, of Louisville, placed on the day. visited relatives here la&t week. As soon as the Air Line leaves the Tbe boys over here were not in quite The Hanks hotel seems to be taking the Louisville and Nashville, this road, in such a hurry declaring themselves candiSuccess to conjunction with the Louisville, St. Louis lead in transient business. dates for the various offices as they were them. and Texas railroad, will put on a through in Breckenridge, but everything is promMesats Allen Guthrie and Will Lennin, train between Louisville nnd St. Louis ising now for a full crop of them. of Hardinsburg, spent a few days in town with Pullman cars and all first class acFarming was begun last week in tbe way commodations. Tho bridge at Henderlast week. of plowing a little and burning plant beds. son will be used nnd trains aro expected Mr. Perry was called to bis home in We think tho only kind of tobacco raised to make just as good time as tbe O. & M. Cloverport last week on account of the illin this neighborhood will be Burley, and and Air Line. Louisville will then have ness of his sister, we believe the farmers, several of them at four lines to St. Louis tbe J , M. &, I. and Mr. Henry Bolentine, of Rumsey, Mc- Vandalia, the O. & M., the Air Line and least, have caught on to one good idea that of planting a less number of acres Lean county, was the guest of Mr. E. F. the Louisville St. Louis and Texas. No Moseley last week. and thereby raising a better quality. effort has been made lately upon the part When you corao to towu just call and of tho Vandalia to do business outsido of wife, of GarMr. Hawkins Smhh and take a peep at tie mammoth store of this city, but thero is no telling what will field, were visiting friends in this neighRoberts, Blaln & Co result when tbe new arrangement goes inborhood last week. to effect on tho other lines. Louisville Mrs. J. Bennett nnd Mrs J. Brooks visitThe debating society at Sandy Hill met Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. ed Owensboro last week, they were the POBt. promptly The subject was well argued on both sides, guests of Mrs. Dr. Basbara. A Welcome VUltor. Valentine's day has come and gono and the affirmative gaining tbo victory. GusLouisvim.E( Ky., Feb. ICth, 1890. ton aud Irvington wero represented. In I suppose all were made to rejoice, though Dkak Bno. Baiiiuoe Enclosed pleaso fact, it looks to a fellow off to one side a the writer was entirely slighted. find fl to pay my subscription to tho of the young gents over little as if some Is winter over, or has it come? We BiiccKExniDUK News. It is a welcome about Irvington have a kind of hankering heard the coo of tbe gentle dove this visitor to our house, wo read it with much over that way, especially one of tbe young morn, tbe harbinger of Spring; so let us delight. You may say in your paper that M. D.'s. sow lettuce. my meeting which has been in progress for Mr. Albert Hambrick, who has been Mr. R. A. Brashear is getting up an en- three weeks is still increasing in interest. confined to his bed for some time, suffertertainment for the young people here, We have had to date, forly-tw- o professions ing from indigestion, has recovered suffic- which promises to be a grand success. of cobversions, with about tho samo numiently to be able to visit among his friends The announcement for the concort will bet ber of additions to the church. In all again. Mr. Hambrick is an old bachelor, out soon, hope our neighboring villagers since I came to the West Broadway church well known in Breckenridge and Meade will attend we havo had f additions to tho counties, and we doubt very much if there Our Baptist friends have net decided as church. That number in less than four is a person in either of them as well yet, whom they will call for their pastor, months. We have Dr. E T. Rinehart known as he is, who has more friends and in all probability they will select either with us who has conducted the singing. fewer enemies. Mr. Hambrick spent from Damson The meeting will continue all through or Dowden, the former we believe Thursday evening until Saturday evenug resides in Rockporl, the latter in or near the week. Remember me kindly to your very pleasantly with C. C. Bewley. family and all friends. Brandenburg. Well, we will patiently await this week's Very Respectfully, Two of Cloverport's interesting young arrival of the News, and we hope that it men, Messrs Will Moorman and Clarence G. W. Dennis. will furnish us some information that we Keith made a flying visit to attend a party havo been longing for awhilo at least given ou Saturday evening the 7th by Mrs FARMERS FREE COLUMN. that of giving ps the names of the gentleLeo Isaacs, in honor of Miss Nora Hall, of to bo sacrificed on tho men who ure Hardinsbnrg and Miss Lottie Goldstein, For Sale. Will sell either of mv vounir altar over there. We don't preThere is a great deal of serious illness Jacks. For particulars address tend to be ably informed in regard to the J. O. STEPHENS, Holt, Ky. How often of throughout the country. political situation, but it seems to us that late, do we hear the Bad tidings of the tbe Pubs are having some trouble in rigdeath of some friend or lpved one, whom NOTICE! FARM FOR SALE. ging up a team that Is at all likely to pull we knew in other days, and many still are through. groping their wuy under tbe shadow of unIlreckenrldge County, Ky., known world, struggling against that most of In tails from Stephcnsport, a three .fourths rnQU AXOTIIEU.COnUKSrONDENT. town on tbe a dreaded and deceptive of all diseases, con- Ohio river and h.,St. L. 4 T. It. II., consistHealth rcoorts are better. 145 Fine sumption. It is hard to see the young ing offive acres.falling fruit and stock farmwith never springs on it. Tbo 1mMr. Jolin Lancaster is better, but still snatched away in the midst of a prosconsist of one frame dwelling very bad. We think ho will get well tho', perous and happy career, to see them yield ouse of Ave rooms, stable and tobacco barn. of good fruit of nearly all kinds. aa he has our doctor in attondance, and of up to tho r.rlm destroyer all that life holds Also plenty be bought for $1.250 $500 cash In course- we have unlimited cbuGdenco in most dear, to enter upon they know not Which can hand and three years time on the remainder. anything that pertains to Guston. what, but such will sooner or later be tho QAKDNER HAWKINS. Apylyto Mr. James Osborne will build an under fate of us all. taker's establishment hero nnd also a Talcs no shoes unless dwelling house. We understand ho is to 1 11 UoiiKlat' tiaBie tott cr caned fifteen Tltoiinutid Fold. CAUTION W. I. Are atamoed on and nrlco commence at once. Hurrah for you, Mr. the dealer ennnot Express but recently published tho bottom. If to factory, eaclo.lnesupply you, Tho udrertlsed aend direct Osbotnol Wo don't expect to need anyfact that Mr. Z. P. Cole, a poor man who lirice. thing in your lino just yet, bat when we do resides at Pearsall, was tho lucky winner want it we want it badly. of fifteen thousand dollars in Tbe Louisi-sian- a One of the Messrs. McCall, of Louis-viil- e, State Loltery, having purchased was married to Mis Bettie Hendrick ticket No. 98,455, which drew daughter of Mr. Robert Hendrick, of near of the grand capital prize of $000,000 in sssassaVfrMPSSsBl. rli this place, on Wednesday, tbe 12th the December drawing, Mr. Cole sent' his Mr, T. W. McCans has a livery stable ticket to New Orleans by express, whore it here now nnd also a pair of good horses to was cashed in full and tbe money return be kept constantly in readiness to accomed to him in a remarkably short time, thus demonstrating the fact that the Louisiana modate travelers. State Loltery Company is as reliable as Mrs. Dick Child's is having tbe foundation of a dwelling bouse laid here, It will ever, and never makes a promise that is not carried nut to the letter. San Antonio be, built at once. isVSsaSsaSsaSsaSsaSsaHssatoisBaSSsaSsaSsaSsaSsaS7 (Tex.) Express, January 8, Mr. Stanley Smith is having his moved from Andersonville to this place. Several other peoplo are talking of building, so you see, before next A ipleadld Creek Bottom Farm, lying on GENTLEMEN. fall we will have a nice little town. the waters of Clover Creek, one mile and a half Fine Ralf. Heavy lAced Oralis awl Creed. from Cloverport adjoining William 6, Allen. Beer Waterproof. It contains 0 acre more or less. Is well A'curnlglo Fci'eoMS l) fS.oSftKMmNK adapted for fruit or for a stock farm. There iH' Awl thoso troubled with nervotisneia resulting .GO IAN.IKWXI WKI.T HHOIj. is u flqo Locust Grove of about 8 acres, also a from ciiru or overwork wlllbe relieved by takteg Z.ko ror.iop ani fakm .r SKI)mho jour Bo aob drove aad tome Poplar and Hickory flue JIvowh'h Iran JHttera. aenulaa ;N'K SMI tlfflW, This timber lays oa the creek aad haatrado mark aud crossed re4 lines oa wrapper. kx.ao &nU tti.TK novM1 svmtnni, h THIS TICKET THIS MAN WAS SKINNED JULIUS WINTER Through trading with people who offered to undersell us. WE MAKE NO BONES About saying that Nobody can, does or shall undersell us, or beat us in any feature of 18 "Old. Reliable" Clothiex'S I I I I I I I I CHEAPNESS & QUALITY- When it comes to making Bargains, that is, giving the best goods for the least money, we are I I I I Facile Prinoeps, Which is Latin fon Big Injuns, or ' SULZER'S Cioverport, - Kentucky. eei EgEBsgggssgggaggffi B BRYANT&STRATTON Business College ijoole tEBlil Writ Keeping, Short Hand, Telegraphy, Jto I far Catalogue and full information. laVPUioVIIiaLaEa IvYb Air-lin- e. JlT Buckot Purifying Pumps guaranteed to purify the foulest water. Can be put in by nnybody and is never out of repair. Any child can use them. Will force water to any Buckeye 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 Matorial. Can make shipments promptly to any point. 3VC S3 GISTRRNS OR WElULS FO It R. J. BASSET & BRO., LEITCHFIELD, KY. OVERCOATS ! If its an 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. They must go at sonic price. So here's your opportunity lo get an Overcoat very cheap. You mint take the cash along tho' to get it or its equivalent, Produce. He also has a large stock of Ladies' and Gent's winter i sixty-tbrer- UNDERWEAR that he says must go along with the Overcoats. He has cut the price on these goods and they must leave. But this advertisement don't tell the story near so well as the goodH and prices, so it is best that you see them. Call early and avoid the rush. J. A. WITT, PA.K.K.7ST iMTFO-- . - hsBi Hardinsburg, Ky. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. OO., 3 Fries, $18.00 at Factory, Cash vrltn Order. Strictly No. 11. Warranted. All Becoml Growth Hickory. Stcol Axles and Tlnm. Perfectly Balanced. Low Bent Scat Anns. Long, Knjjr Hiding, Oil Tempered Spring. V Ucst Wheels and licit All Over. IF YOU OAK-- FIND THSX FOR SALE BY YOUR MERCHANTS, First-Cla- piipscj v Jssaai v . M"" WRITE US. gM&janp. one-fortie- th Wanted. 2,000,000 Hickory Spohes. 600,000 feet Hickory lumber. 500,000 feet Oak lumber. 100,000 Cords of Hickory Butts. For dimensions and prices, address. OWKNSBROIIO Eor Sale. 550 acres of land, in one mile of Webster Station, L., St. L. & T. railroad. In good community, in good state of cultivation, churches, stbocls and shops convenient. Address, T. B. Henderson, Webtw, Ky. . Wiiiel Co. dwell-ingbou- s GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for NOTICE EXTRA0W1IUMYI ' P Fahm Eon Sale. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE mmm Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, igan Plaster, Bait, Lime, Coal Oil by tbe Barrel, Plswtsx Hair, Cement, Mkk- - NOW I will Mai W.W. BROOKS IN sjtasW OF j. HAfoft-HjSWK- OaWiMt, Oara, (. rwptts assy tikd aryu, Dij wtotlMiMsl;, Aim tern aay wk af Um U pMstw, art " OLOVtHPOfcT. Ua4 at laUTpwswrts , y H. 7KON KITTRRB. For s! by all tlen In as it is by oWajf tee Mat fmmlot kh All cora itiesin the iouaywe wrea- - herebyperioftt indebted te Mrs: 0. Haflfey, are uottfUd U ceoae toward ami Httle at y it should not become a oiggtoaii son once, either by eaih or Mto. 6refrr4. - Mbs, 8. tf. Hrrv. in the near future. Notice. , 0h This is a valuable MS be easMy Marketed. little place aad tbe purchaser east make bit, money out of it fr tbe tale of the timber. Will ll cheap. for m,v I(y4i want a fa a faraaMW U year 'ehasoc. For furlbw ftfrflMtWatttdrM W. H. MORTON, Rock Lick, Ky, bar-ga- ia ah lm. & $3&2SHOESuRSIt. FineFtew PoplarPi Shtaf! IWtJtjra)' la uoegrew, tHHMa aaa BaSMHM, Brick) wa7 fcaft m IsmsI. eoMpanifrtl by srn, Lsti. wniMt BowmeiftHaiiiLbleton. ly.UW. ek pranpt 04rt taa uuuhxx 1. , wai roMwi j, V. wy 10 'sat7 J7rlrior any atjAtea a- - If to ataato wo aad alt. tMatea1 ovt c 01m MAsVnV'B d DR1' i VL sioa. CtovwfioM, Constipation, il' not nini'ilnil , I THE RESULT OF DISCIPLINE. Obltunrr. Died, at Palcsvillu, Ky., Monday, Toby 3d, 181)0, at tbe residence of her son William, Mrs. Mary J. Canary, in tho 73d tear 6f' her ago Mm. t'miarr was born In' WajhTnKtbn crjiinlj, Nnv. 2'Hh, iSln'and at tho limn of her denlh was V'J yearn, 2 months nnd t days old. Sho whs married to Benjamin 11, Canary near Springfield, Ky.t Aug. 25tb, Iti'M, and was left a widow In 1881 by the death of her husband, Berj. Canary. She was the mother ol twelve children, seven of whom (all grown), survive her, five having died some years ago. Mrs. Canary was a kind and tender hearted neighbor and always ready to lend a helping hand to those who were in need, and would make any reasonable sdcrifice for a friend. She joined the Baptist church at Pleasant Grove, Ky., In the year 1812 and was a consistent Christian all tho remainder of her ilny. She born her suffering with true Christian fortitude, often urging bcr Iricndi and spiritual advisers not to pray for ber recovery, but that tho Lord's will might bo done. That shq was ready and anxious to go to meet and wear the crown pre- her loviog-Savio- r MAVytfl 1.1 lib. ' ' flllVU IU, MCI. Mrs. Canary differed, for four years wiiji cancer of Ire face, nnd on thn morning ot tbe ;U of February, af the residence of ber son William, she closed her eyes and quietly and peacefully went to steep in Jesus. Her funeral was preached at the Methodist churr.b in Patesville by Rev J. W. Barton (by her request), assisted by II iv. II V. Bruner, ol the Baptist church, 1 Jm mm -- t Ql clasi rooms. Sister Martha, the Mother vexation. Superior, quietly informed her associates This lady vested with so much authority was Ifmo. do Vnlsayre, famous In Franco for that the building wan on fire and they in ber opposition to Ml Pasteur, bcr fondness turn told tho boys to put aside their books for dueling, and her petitions to parliament 190,000. nnd go out into the yatd. The institution for the privilege of dressing In male attire, Tho slmh of Persia acquired a peculiar pasis under strict military discipline) and the which privilege, although granted to Rosa In England He became Infatuated with Bonhour, fJeorge Sand, Mtno. DIeulafoy, the sion Utile fellows, led by "Co'." ltobert Johncapo coaU, nnd bad a largo number made of celebrated Persian explorer, Mine, Foucault, son, a lad of II, vacated the building and aud from various kinds of materi the bearded woman, and two female stone- nil colors w tiled out into tbo ynrd. It took them just cutters, for tbe annual sum of $10, has been als. Ho cars thcso garmcuts at all times. At Lubock, In a cathedral called "tho denied to her. two and one-ha- lf minutes to retreat. , . r. ,?, Doni," may bo seen a singular pulpit loft Sho is a forcible speaker, with n strong, t masculino volco, and she Insisted that men havlug throo arches, its gallery of statuettes Homarknblo Hcftctiti. liSd'hcr right to consider Whether it would be and its mechanical clock, wboro tbe hour is Mrs. Michael Curtain, I'lalnfield, III., wisa'to enfranchise Vofaen or nSt,afcV by tho struck by a skeleton and an angel, bearing a makes the .statement that sho caught cold veracfof paying faiewoman has enfran- cross. chised herself and miide herself equal with which settled on her lungs; she was treatEvery stag that falls in Scottish forest, It man; She also claimed that, people would has been calculated, costs a lessee from 35 tho ed lor a month by her family physician, quickly get used to seeing a woman solicit to .W ($175 to 2.'i0); but, as what Is termed but grew worse. He told bcr she was a votes as a candidate for election to the chamtozfarxd "butcher's meat," tbeso anlmati, If placed on hopdets victim of consumption and that bers as they bad toVnnny other things, tomaOr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Ma. tho market, would very likely not yield to when tbe electors, la Utdleln. toes for example, and that Bold by all Drugs'!' "d no medicine could cure her. Her druggist those who kill them tnoie than ilxpenco per convinced of the eligibility of woman for pound weight, suggested Dr. King's New Discovery' for READER tickets . ofTlce, should put bcr namo upon tbe Consumption ; she bought a bottle and to Jn nritlsh seas tbo herring Is tho main success follows. Mmo. Normand and Mllo. Boulangcr no causo of congregations of cod and haddock her delight found herself benefited from relation to tbe general and other apostles of tho former chiefly pursuing tho fishes, the She continued its use and, Exchanges please copy. first dose. should fail latter their eggH. In tho samo way, tho equal rights addressed tho meeting, all agreealter taking ton bottles, found herself Oku Who'Kxkw Hf.r. abundanco of Norway lobster, and similar ing that tho only way of Imprdvlng tho unsound and well, now does her own housesatisfactory stato of affairs in Franco raa to food on tbo grounds called bonks exercises coustderablo influtneo on tho presence of cod. I'olaoti Oak. send several women to parliament. work and is as well as sho ever was. Free to watch for Tbo late John Gilbert, tho actor, in his will trial bottles of this Great Discovery at Tho following extract, taken from a letThe Chicago Auditorium. followed the example of Booth and Barrett, G. W. Short's, Cloverpnrt. nnd .1. A. Witt's ter written by Mr. K A. Bell, fully exCurtains, stage, and ovory thing etse In the and gave bis theatrical library and valuable IB Large bottle Hard! if burg. 50c. and plains itself: theatre aro operated by hydraulio power, collection of Old playbills to the Players' club the appearWhiln surveying land in 188!! I accitbero being sixteen hydraulio jacks, four of of Now York. Tho library, although not a fl.00 " dentally handled poison oak vine, and in which aro telescopic, under the stage. Btaga largo one in numbers, nevertheless comprises r- -. In this coso should .bo plural, for tbero is a a fairly complete history of tho American p less than three hours (the eruption usually J I hi G rear's Drrnni, doublo arrangement by which one stage can stage up to date, nnd contains many valuable ance pf the o resulting from such contact begins in ten be set while, the other Is in uso, and tho trans- norks of reference, who is on, honest, Jim Grear, fer made instantaneously. This is not after farmer in Meade county, Ky , says that a dayO iny face was swollen and disGgured, A splendid monument to Victor Emmanuel short time ago he dreamed the folio wit. g and my hands and arms seriously affected. tho stylo of tho Madison Squoro theatre, Is in courso of erection at tbo foot of tbo old wbero tho ono stago U abovo tbo other, but is copltol at Homo. ' Tho portico of tho monuNovelette, fearful dream : In the vision of the night, I immediately began taking Swift's Spemodeled of tor the leading theatre at Buda-Postment is completed, its columns being In tho cific (S S. S.), and after taking three large in dreams upon bis, Jim thought be sickconsidered to bo the most convonlent ancient Greek stylo, and tho stairway and ened and died. There was the silence ol bottles I found all signs of the breaking In existence. All tho scenery is bung over pulostal aro now nearly ready to receive tho Iron sheaves, with Iron cables and Iron coundeath and the darkness of the grave, then out entirely removed. I was led to sus- ter weights, there being over ten miles of equestrian statuo of tho monarch, which is 1)0 shortly there was a lurid glare, not unlike that pect its return at the same lime next jear, cablousod. Tho scats will bo opera chairs, to fcculptor. cast from tho model of the Italian upholstered In amber plush, and in the galgiven by our street lamps, and poor Jim but it did not, nor have there been any inAll fear of nn embarrassment of tho Johns leries every ono will have a chair. found himself iu Hades. He says that the dications of its return since. A special feature of tho hall will bo its Hopkins university, at Baltimore, Is set at be ono ol our My little boy, eight years old, was af- spacious lobbies. Thcso aro four in number particular apartment that he occupied BY rest by tho publication of Its fourteenth ani nual report, which shows that an ample flicted with the same poison iu 1884. After early atti actions was nit so bad nothing beautiful or lovethe ptory 00x120, 40x120 and 20x120 foot. In 80x120, taking sevetal bottles of Swift's Specilic tho basement are two smoking rooms, and emergency fund, amounting to over (J03,700, Una ly, but nothing horrible, So be congratutboro and on tbo second floor will bo tbo has been subscribed by the friends ot tbo inlated himself on having such comfortable (S. S. S ) the eruptions entirely disappear cloak rooms and retiring rooms for ladles. stitution. This assures its future, and should ed. A very slight lorin of the same erupquarters. But just then Prince BeelzeThe seating arrangements are such that a put nn end to tho rumors In regard to tho bub came along and taking him by the tion appeared durine the next spring, but full view of tbo'stago can bo had oven from embarrassment of if deserving and prosperous tho highest scat in tho upper gallery, and tho institution. Fascinating-Illustrat- ed I will shortly appear collar, jerked him across the apartment we resumed the S. S. S., und having takncoustlo properties of tuo ball aro pronounced A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that in no gentle mood, nnd, opening a door en enough during that season to make the perfect, Tbo arches of tho roof are treated this Paper. every human creaturo is constituted to be a into another nection of Inferno, bade him cure permanent, he has not sii.co had any in gold and ivory, and this is the loading profound secret and mystery to everybody. He looked, and oh, horror return of the disease. Swift's SpeciGc (S. featuro of the decoration throughout. Over A solemn consideration, when I enter a great look in ihero been, city by night, that oery ono of those darkly of horrors I He saw men by tho thousands S. S.) certainly effected thorough cures in tho proscenium arch figure pieces bavo painted by Mr. Holloway, while the side clustering its own hung up by their heels in an atmosphere both iheae cases, and I regard it as a most IaneU aro filled In with landscapes by M. every roomuouhjs incloses of them secret; that in overy ono Incloses its Fleury. Tho paintings are of a superior kind own secret; that overy beating hcait in the redolent of sulphur and stone coal. The effective remtdy f jr all such diseases and will attract much attention. Chicago hundreds of thousands of breasts there is, in F. A. Uh.i, Anderson, 8. C. hot air and tainted smokn fairly beat him Tribune some of its imaginings, a secret to tho beai t back from tbe open door, and in bis (right Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases Bargain-:-Column!! nearest it I Dickens. The Royalty of Europe. THE GRADY MEMORIAL VOLUME he addressed his majesty as "Mr. Devil " mailed free. On Nov. 2, Columbia presented Undo Sara It is the same all over Europe Every now I half suspect Jim was expecting to be SWIFT SPECIFIC CO , Atlanta, Ga. for the first timo In tho history of that disand thon tho direct line fails; then t,ho powhung up in that "smoko-house- " liirusePi ers in church and state bavo to traco away tinguished Individual with twins. North The Work In I'roparulltui nml Snon and hence his civility to the master of The Klilcr Wan inToro Cuutlotie back up tbo genealogy to whero somo daugh- and South Dakota formally entered tbo For Spot Cash Only. ter of a king married some commoner or for- Union at tbo samo moment. Tbo family recThereafter. lo bo I'liblmlictl. cetemonies. tie that as it may, he asked, Is broken, nnd nothing but triplets can ord It was Eider Buzzel who called on a eign prince of a sturdy stock, and traco down now mrnriso tho dear old fellow with the tall Tho Ilenry W. Grady Memorial Volume, "Mr. Devil, who ore all these Y' "Repubthat lino to And tho right heir, tbe all Imworthy deacon to open a meeting with portant containing tbe life, wtitini: and speeches licans," was the reply. Jim is a staunch "noxt of kin." At tbo top there is bat and tho strapped and striped trousers and Democrat, und he breathed easier. "The prnyer, and was surprised when the good rapid and perpetual decay; from the com- star spangled vest. of tho late Mr. Grady, is now under proThe poacher who makes hares his specialty Infused into cess of preparation by tho well known Republicans all come h'ere," continued man began his petition with, "Ob, thou monalty fresh blood is constantly timo i Doz. lend pencils for 5 cts. tho lower nobility, and thence in it goes nas a constant companion in tho suape of a o( Cassell k Company the Prince of tho hot poker. By this time great, insignificant God." publishing house to recruit tho higher and tbo royal Una An lurcher a dog which at night embodies all "Omnipotent, brother; yon moan om5 Quires Note pape for 5 cts. (Limited) of New York, nnd will probably Jim was feeling a great heart full of pity aspiring knight "marries well," and his son bis senses. Lurchers aro puio crosses tbo greyhound and sheep dog. They bo ready for delivery during tbe month of for the inverted humauily in tbe next nipotent God." whisperfd tho horrified becomes a baron; that baron's son an carl 1 Set Goblets for 25 cts. and that carl's son a duke; a duke marries a havo the speed of tho ono and tho "nose" and room, nnd he ventured to nsk, "Why nre pastor. March. Intelligent of the other. Such dogs never princess, and by tbo failure of tbo malo lino A good white slirit unlnundrcd "Huh I" ejaculated the surprised sup This Volume will contnin an interesting you tormenting tiioso wretches in that bU son or grandson becomes a king. bark, and, being rough coated, aro able to for 39 cts. plicant, "what's that you say ?" awlul manner?" And this was 'I he anMost often, bowovor, tbo foreign lino comes stand the exjwsuro of cold nights. They tako sketch of tho life of Mr. Grady from the Tho preacher repented tbo correction, in, and so it has resulted that every country long to train, but when perfected ore iiivalu-able- . Gent's Undershirts for 39 cents pen of Mr. Joel Chandler Hairis, of the swer he says he received: 'The Repubwhereupon the deacon continued his in Europe, except Turkey, bos a foreign or Constitution, and the introduction to the licans are all so green on tariff and politworth 50 cts. Thus tbo reigning half foreign monarch. work will be written by Hon. Ilenry V, ical economy generally that I ba.e to prayer ot great length, and concluded as British bouso of Brunswick la German. Bo-Electric Motor Umlercround. Wash Bowels and Pitchers, best hang them up to dry out before I can burn follows: fore It tbe house of Orango was Dutch, and It is an open secret that several professional Stone China for Watterson, of Louisville Courier-Journa85 cts. worth $1 00 beforo that tho house of Stuart was Scotch; inventors are try ing to perfect n now street "Finally, Lord, bless our eddicated parThe work is compiled by Mr. Grady's them." Louisville Post. tho bouso of Tudor was originally Welsh, and car motor to coinbiuo the advantages of cable Stone China Vegetable Dishes son. Stuff bim with religion as well as while former on The Constitution, the preceding monarchs ot Yorkist and and overhead electricity, and to do away with several shapes with words; break him ol the habit of fault and will contain all of his great speeches, Lancastrian lines wero English, tbelr com' tho Objections of both systems. . Happy Ilooticrk. Tbe Idea is to construct a conduit somo-wh'worth, 15 I 20 I 39 I 40 findin', if possible, and at the 'leventb mon ancestors, the Plantagonots, would betsome of his most important letters and, Wm. TimmonB, Postmnster of Idaville, similar to that used for cables, but largo writings and many features of interest Ind, writes: "Electric Bitlers has done hour gather bim with the saints in thy ter bo classed as French, Tho royal family will sell for 12 15 20 30 of Denmark is not Danish, though that of enough to allow a small electrio motor to run concerning the lamented young Georgian more for mo than all other rxedicinea kingdom. Grooco Is. The Ling of Sweden is French. on very harrow gaugo tracks laid underGlass Lamps complete for 20, 25, whose death is a bereavement lo the whole combined, for that bad reeling Elder Buzzel, who was fond of telling The czar is not strictly a Russian, Tbo Ger- ground. Each motor will bo connected with arising 30, 35 cents. man emperor Is the a train of cars by means of a rigid coupling, country. from Kidney and Liver trouble." John the Btory, always ended by declaring that king of Bulgaria is 1 Set Glass Tumblers for 15 cts. which slot it was tbe first and last attempt at correc'-in- g Germany, and tho a recent Importation from came will run in amauo just as the grip of a Tbe proceeds from tho sale othis book Leslie, farmer and stockman, of king of Italy is from the car does, to tuo invention a sucFame Gold band Cream PitchWs only tbe speech of bis brethren Lew's after deducting the expense? of its publisame original stock n Queen Victoria. J. IL cess, tbo engineer must bo ablo to ride on the place, says "Find Electrio Bittern to be .11 ,1 n Beadle. cation, will be devoted to the bent fit of the best Kidney and Liver medicine, ton Journal. surface car, and yet havo perfect control 20 cents. over tho motor running underground. Mr. Grady's family, a wife, two children, made mo feel like a new man " Plain Stone China Cream PitchJ. W. A New American Conservatory of Music Tho difficulties aro by no means appalling . On I n Lot of tlreeii 1'aper. mother and sister, who will be the sole Gardner, hardware merchant, same Thoophilo Manowry, tho well known in tho light of recent triumphs' ov'er apparent ers 12 cts. IL town, Every few months various persons in all baritouo of the Grand opera in Paris, who re- Impossibilities, but tbo motor will havo to be beneficiaries of this work. says: Electric Bitters is just the thing Large size Stone China Pitcher parts of the country receive a carefully cently arrived In New York, will shortly be- very small, or tbo conduit ivould bo too large This is the only volume relating to tbo for a man who is all run down and dou't gin his duties as director of tho vocal depart- to bo practicable. .worded circular offering counterfeit money 39 cts. worth 50 cts. life of Mr Graady that is published by au- core whether be lives or dies; he ment of tbo new National Conservatory of found This Is a revival of the sebemo of tbe first Two-quaon very advantageous terms. John gold band pitchers thority. It is covered by a copyright apJean-nottMuslo in Now York city, of which Mrs. new strengih, good appetite, and felt jubI patentee of tho conduit street motor system, Jackson county p stmater, was M, Tburbcr is president. a plied for by Mrs Grandy. It Is said that like he hnd a new lease on life. Mrs. Thurbcr, His idea was to run a steam locomotive in a only 45 cents. Only 60c, struck by this opportunity to grow rich at who is now abroad, bearing that M. Manowry tunnel and havo a rigid connection with tho there aro other volumes in preparation a bottle at G. W. Short's, Cloverport, Half-dome- tt Glass Fruit Saucers and once, and went to New York nt tho Paris bad graduated with first where he conservatory, and havinghonorsrecommended cars above. Tho Impossibility of constructcontaining parts of Mr. Grnndy's speeches, J. A. Witt's, Hnrdinsburg. bim ., ing tunnels under the streets largo enough to for 18 cents. paid $750 for ten thousand dollars worth to ber In tbo highest terms by such well admit locomotives killed the scheme beforo It with imperfect biographical sketches. The t it Glass Pickle Dishes 5 cents, He was shown a known musicians as Gounod, Balnt-Saenof spurious 'money. Coustitulion desires to give due notice was nail announced, Jbut it Is believed that tHi4 The Duucoii'a i'ropoiivity. Glass Molasses Stands 20, 30 and genuine bill as a specimen and was a- -' Massenet and Ambrose Thomas, persuaded electricity will remove all the difficulties. that (he above is the only authorized him to give up his brilliant professional caAn amusing incident occurred in one of t. St. Louis sated the package given biro was all right, reer abroad to accept the vocal directorship edition of a work of this cbaiacter and 40 cents, yery cheap. our down-eas- t churches a few months ago. but he insisted on examining it and found asks the public to wait for its appearance of tuli new National conservatory, In which Glass Preserve Stands 15, 25 and New ITIgli Speed Atlantlo LIdom. The clergyman gave out the hymn it was only a lot of green paper with a she Is so much Interested. Mrs. Tburbers late Tbe book will contain from six to eight The loading ship builders in the country 30 cents, a bargain. "I love to steal awhile away efforts to establish national opera in tho good two dollar bill on (ho top. He at hundred pages, printed in threo styles, bavo just From every cumbering care, United States will naturally mako this new company submitted to tho Canadian Taenia Wall Paper and Border to cover offers for the construction of three tempted to shoot the swindler, but tbe lateach in good shape and contaii.ing four movement of hers of great interest. Her idea And spend the hour day first class passenger steamers, for the Atlan- a mudium sized room, only $1.00. Is that America, which has done so much for ter escaped with the $750, and tho Kenhandsome steel engravings. In humble, grateful prnyer.'' tic service in connection with tbo now route Gent's Linen Collars only 10 cts tucky postmaster was arrested and fined education in otbor lines, should establish and to tho oast. It will be remembered that a The southern agent for the sale of this The regular cboirster being absent, the endow a musical university, open to rich and in tbe police court. A few years ago a poor week or two ago the Naval Construction and Linen Cuffs perpair 15 cts volume is Mr. D. E, Luther, representing duly dovolved upon Deacon M., who alike, where art Is not subordinated to comcountry merchant of this connty tried the m6ney, and where Americans with talent can Armament company, whose works are at Cassell k Compeny. Those wishing to menced, ''I love lo steal,' and Decorated-Parlo- r Lamps, fenf 2.00 then broke Darrpw, wore commissioned to build three obtain musical Instruction under.tho direction Bpply for agencies can address him at No. down. Raising bis voice same game with nearly the same result. ' twin screw steamers of 7,000 tons, being 440 worth $3.00. a little higher, H of tbo best masters at reasonable cost, C8 Whitehall Street, Atlanta, Ga. feet loug, to attain a speed of eighteen knots he th-- n sang. "I love to steal." As be- Winchester Democrat. SOME THINGS WORTH KNOWING. nn hour, for service between Vancouver and fore, he concluded he had gotten the Yokohama, the other sea When the baby is suffering with colic or wrong pitch, and, deploring Great Improvement will bo found In route, tho Canadian Paciflo passage of th that he hnd railroad carrytea and coffco if thoy aro Jccpt in glass ing the passengers from tbe Atlantlo seadiarrhii'o, use at once Dr. Baby Syrup and not his ipltch-tunerB flie story, he determined to JESS'S fruit jam instead of tin boxes. and observe it remarkably quick nnd ben- succeed" next lime. board in Canada to tbe Pacific All the old ladies USIE Tho now Atlantic steamers will be faster A tKispoonfut of borax nddod to cojd eficial effect. were tittering behind their fans, while the than the Paciflo vessels, having a maximum will mako clothes stifTcr than anystarch If your blood is vitiated, and the impur- faces of the "young ones" wero in a broad thing elw over tried, though It adds 110 speed of twenty knots, with tbo engines indiities break through tho slilu in pimples grin. At length, after a desperate cough, cating about 10,000 horse poyver, and tbe BARCLAY polish. boilers, of which there will be tea, working and eruptions, you need a good medicino he made a final demonstration, and roared ' ' Equal parts of ammonia and turpen-tin- o at a pressure of 103 pounds to the square ihi-: such as Laxador. out, "I love to steal." The eflbrt was too will tako paint out of clothing, oven inch. The intention is that tbe voyage from much. Everyone but the clergyman was Is tiiKhjSiroiiw if it bo hard and dry. Saturate tho spot the south of England to Halifax in the winA rrotlltf)'. laughing. He arose and said: 'Seeing as ofton as necessary, nnd wash out in ter, and Quebec In the summer, should be loll y Mk isw Hopkiusville can boast of an infant our accomplished In at most Are and one-hasoapsuds. brothers propensities, let us pray." Which will shortly days. Utility tho Paciflo steamers, they will of the delight- phenomenon or prodigy. There is a baby i, s needless to add Confectioner's BUgar is a very flno be, propelled by a single screw, but It Is quite that but few of the bopublisbed lo In the city less than three months old that powdered sugar, called by tho trado possible that before the con tract Is ultimately IJsssssssssssssssssV congregation heard the prayer.-- Ex. 3EkI those columns, XXX, For all candy creams, Icings, fixed this mav lie altered. Engineering. ui rcuiurKuoio iniani u named Lou Ellen Graves, and is tbe daughter Foi-jnsherbets, nnd swpcts in general, this job pjfo(ing'finihfl Rikicci klndof sugar is prcferablo to cither cut loaf or Impertinent Questioning. '1 lis. of Rev. J. C. Graves, a colored preacher I call-a- t tho BrtECKKNntiioE News granulated, and its coat is about equal. "Look here, my friend," said a travelof this city. The child commenced talkoffice. Hardiif ing man to tho hotel clerk, "I want to When tlio glass globes of chandeliers ing when she was not quite a month old, Tombstone, ' sfS you something," r but could only apeak a few wordsv ,8he )Vhen-young Ijcly, begins to nanifest DiVis bavo becomo fempked and grimy, soak ask is It?' "What r them in hot water to which all tilo sal ' can now utter short sentences in a very an (nlejest in the arruogeraent of n" young I "Why is Jt'that you peoplo always soda lias been added. Then put somo plain nnd distinct manner, much to the man's cravat his bachelor days are numThoroughly sustains her ammonia into hot water, enter the globpti holler 'front' whenorer you wont a boll From the of MARY S astonishment of all who bear her, It is bered. It is time for bim to begin to and scrub brialtly with a stiff brush. boy?" reputation wOT WALKER. a ii4-.r.wonderful and, is attracting much attenNovelist ol Rinso thoroughly nnd wipodry. "Why do wo holler frontr Why, hoard up monoy. Philadelphia Press i because its looky here, shortly tion of the city where tbe child's paronts glass the highest. 'raniu r Put dishes, tumblers and other . Dr. Mendenhal! experimented for fifteen reside, It is said that King Rich-ar- d 'f articles into a kettle, cover litem entirely young feller, do you want to know moro with cold water, and put the kettle where about this business than I do?" III was born with u full set of teeth, ?? jsf0f,M,Mlwuctil that bo bad Traveler. 9bj " ro- "i i W " perfected ln'f,0. 'CCCcrtalii Cough It will soon boil. When it Iws boiled a ' but that is not such a remurkable thing os ;K n M 'Mt few uilnut, set it aside covered 'cloee, Wsg able to talk at the tender age of Cure" the best remedy on,, earth for tl!i."s-Wy--f--i.yOld Chronic Cdegw are relieved more a .cola ttke'wut ptfc When tlie r Coughs and Colds. Sold by G."w, Short. tkree weeks and a half, This colored in7 by "C- 0.. O.CerUdiit.Ceugb glass. Tide process will hhimkik atV fant is truly a prodigy. New Era. by Osre"Uhah any ttoles m that they will net be so easily Subscribe for the BRkcKKNRiwju Nkwb.; broken. O.W.Skert wt'iiki'lilngtlieboueli, ioiiIIiiii, iitiur tliutt tine, tliu mil. nmt Ayor's IMIls, bring mild, Htrciilliciiln,: in tlu'lr action, aru genur-all- y rccoiimii'iidud ly tho (acuity as tlio beat of npurlcnU, " Hu lug bcun subject, for yean, to Vonntlputloti, Ithoitt liolng ublo to llnil MiCuh rollt f, 1 ul luxt tried Ayer'H nils. liotli n Only nml n pleatnro I doom It to testify thai I lunu tlurncd great ucn-otfrom tliulr use. I'or ot ur t o yearn liast 1 lmo tuketi ono of theno nil Is Wiry night beforo rutlriiig. I would not Wlllngly Ikj without thorn." G. AV. llowiu.ui.'.Xi East .Midlist., Curllslo, I'a. hnvo been tnhlnp: Ayer's Pills nnd rtisiiiff tluMii III m.v family since 1857, and "cheerfully rerouimt'iid them to atl In n'ueil of a wifn Tint elliTtiial cathartic." -.- Tolin Jd. lliv'gi, Ky. "For eight rear T wni nffllctcd with constipation, whli.li nt lwt becamn no lml that tlm ilortors could do no moro for mo. Thru I liegnn to tako Aycr's rills, nnd soon thn Imwels recovered their natural and regular action, so that now I nm In oxcellent liealth." S. L. i Irfiuplilirhlge, Hrynn, Texas." t " llnvlntr used Ayer's Pills, with Rood results, I fullv Indorse tlient for the for hkh they aro recommended." T. Conner, H. V., Contro HrldRe, Pa. iitu-utivlt In season, il llablo to iilniiiul uuililiroiiU'. four lliimlroit Itiirnliiir n OrphruiN Vncntc Any in in In Tun ami llnlf itllniitrv. Nkw York, Feb. 12 Tho Catholic Or phan asylum on Filth avenue nnd Fifty-fir- st street, was damaged by fire to the, extent of f'10,000 at 8 o'clock this morning. Tho 100 boys, inmates of the asylum, al' got out in safely. The origin of tho firo Is Thn boys bai just finished unknown. their breakfast when the fire was first discovered, and bad gone to their respective Kcultcal I'rench Women. A Tarls corresjiondont, writing to Tho Woman's Cyclo, assorts that French women are becoming clamorous for a scat In the chamber of deputies, and doscribos) amoeU log of the "Woinen'a Protective League nnd oculist Republican Federation," which wai 'held to appoint tba female 'candidates to b brought forward at thn elections. Although 800 women were preeeut, a man, M. Jules Iloques, ot Tho Courier FroncaUo, was called upon to preside, Mtno. D. St. Ililatra opened flro by a speech in tbe lengthy preamblo to which tho deplored having wasted so many years hi tho writing of verses before tho came forward to vindicate the rights of womon, and was about to proceed when a rustlo of silk fro heard nnd a slim, elegantly dressed lady, with a dagger In tier yisftow hair, stepped upon tbe platform, and Mino. Bt, Illlalro was obliged to retiro, much to ber ODDS AND ENDS. To Adam, Paradlso was home, to tho good among bis descendants, homo Is paradlso, 0UHBA0KEB, GILMOEB & CO.. Ilaro. '! Tho water rental of Scotland for nets mid Is estimated nt present at not Ien than 100,000 jier ntimun. A young woman of Columbus, Ga., has inado a crazy q Jilt out of Louisiana lottery tickets that failed to "connect" with the prize wheel Tho numbers aro worked In silk of beautiful colors. It Is a fact worth pondering that, though tho night falls around us It never breaks, whereas tho day breaks but never falls. Wo offer this delicate fancy to somo struggling aspirant for oetlcal honors. Harper's Bazar. Rico Boyd, of TJnlontown, Pa., has been pasturing kti cattlo on a $00,000 coat field, never suspecting its value. Ho sold it to a sharp neighbor a fow days ago for $G00, and tbo purchaser disposed of it at onco for rodi Wholesale Grocers f 31 tic Q21 -- w.. 3xE.IrL St., FILUM ORDERS. LOUISVILLE, rCY. SPECIAL ATTENTIOH GIVEN TS '! -- H. W. 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BABBAGE'S This superb picture, equal to nn oil painting, nnd miIIjiIiIo for framing, is copied from ono of tlio tnoit famous productions n of tlio greatest nrllstof modern times. if plcluio cost $00,000, Tho chromo U nn cViirt ropy of it and alone is worth llio whole cost of rt year's subscription to Tun Knti'.Mim: Companion. .Thc-orlgl- Tin: riiiKiuiK Companion maintains It high position as tlio best paper of its class In AtiiLricu. It contains THE BEST STORIES HY AMERICAN AUTH0ES Among those contributors who nro engaged to write exdutitely for The Nkw Viuik FiurcsiDB Companion may bo men-llomkl- 1 MIhs La ura etc. ; 44 author of " Miss THiddloton's Lover," "That Pretty Young Girl," Joan Libboy, ()el 5jnmtlit whoso detective stories havo obtained for him n world-wid- e reputation; IS. l. Mrs. Mary 31 author of "Mnnch," "Undo NwI'h Whit Child," etc.; Bryan, tho gift-- el author of " Ida Chalonor's Heart," aud other famous stories; is. Lucy Itandall Comfort, Mir. Alex. 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