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gfnrtforil Wcchly gcralil.
Wednesday, Juki: 1.
hpfclal Correspondence of the Hiralii.
May SB, 1803.
If interest in the Presidential nitimtion
is as great outside of Wellington an it is
nt tlio capital, tlio country must lip in a
fitato of ferment. It is tlio engrossing
topic liero to such an extent that Con
Tom Piatt and Warner .Miller of New
York, ex-Speaker Reed of Maine, Clark-
son and Quay, chairman and ex-chairman
of the National Committee; ox-Secretary
Teller and his colleague, Senator
Wolcott; Foraker of Ohio, Washburn
of Minnesota, Far well of Illinois,
Mahono of lrgnua, and n scoro of
others, all of whom are determined that
somebody besides Harrison shall be the
candidate. Who that homebody is to bo,
is tho question that has been bothering
them. Minister Lincoln has been
and John Sherman is now under
consideration, with a strong
that they may bo able to concentrate
on him. A tremendous effort has
been made during the last few days to
induce Mr, Blaine to reconsider his determination,
but it nas unsuccessful.
Could ho have been prevailed upon to
run.that would have settled the cat hop.
Even as it is, it may bo set down as a
fact that there is anxiety and sleepless
vigil in tho President's camp.
ought to do all their "rooting" for
Harrison, becauso if nominated ho
would bo easily beaten.
Tho small scandals for which tho Harrison
administration 1ms mado such a
record continue to multiply. While one
committeo of Congress is showing up
the rottenness of tho Pension Bureau
and another is helping Commissioner
Roosevelt to run down violations of tho
chil servico law by Harrison'tt ap
pointees, documentary evidence is
with Congress to prove that
"honest" John Wanamaker is not as
clean handed as a Cabinet oflicer and
Sunday school superintendent ought to
bo. Tho evidence convicting tho Postmaster
General of using his public
for tho promotion of privato business
concerns is continued in tho memorial
of S. F. Leake, of Philadelphia,
charging tho Postmaster General with
having prevented tho adoption of tho
Leako pneumatic tubes by tho postal
authorities in Philadelphia, becauso
there had been deposited with tho Bank
of tho Republic in Philadelphia, to Mr.
Wanamaker's order, 7,500 shares of tho
stock of an opposition company. Tlio
memorial, which was referred to tho
Post Ofllco Committeo, asks for an investigation,
which will undoubtedly be
grunted, and tho opportunity given to
Mr. Leako which ho seeks, to provo tho
accuracy of every churgo which he
makes against tho Postmaster General.
The use of largo underground pneumatic
pipes for transporting letters nnd
packages iu large cities is soon coming
to be general, and of course the Post
Ofllco Department will employ them.
TliQaLeako Company offered to put iu a
840,000 plant between tho general post
office in Philadelphia and ono of tho important
substations fiee of cost to the
Government merely as a test of their
system. But Leako says, and offers to
prove, that after temporizing with tho
matter some tirao Mr. Wanamaker rejected
his arranged with
n rival company having uu inferior system,
at a cost of 340,0(10, all because of
the aforesaid stock which had been
placed to his credit. Cilcumstauces
connected with tho late
scandal iu Philadelphia looked n little
bad for "honest John," and now this
affair may make him legiet that he paid
a sMOO.000 campaign contribution for
the honor of being made Postmaster
It is true, as the newspaiiers aro
charging, that Congiess has shown a
disposition to ride over Mr. ilolimut
and his policy of economy and vote
largo appropriations. Both
Democrats and Republicans have joined
hands in the )olicy of wastefulness nnd
extravagance which now pievails. It
was expected that the river and harbor
steal would bo cut down to a minimum,
but it has gono tluough with tho rest
because ueurly all tho members get a
slice of the poik for their distiicts.
But if tho appropriations for this session
como Mp to tho aggicgatoof tho
Billion-Dollar Congress, it must be
borne iu mind that many millions of
this aggrcgato aro obligations created
by tho last Congress and must be voted
to carry out tho contracts of that
Among theso aro tho sugor
bounties which that Congrew agreed to
pay and the increased pensions voted,
all of which had to bo included in the
present appropriations. Tliesn two items
nlono amount to over f and
nhoulil by right be deducted in counting
up the of this Congress.
Buttermilk for freckles.
Thcro is nothing that equals fresh
buttermilk for removing tan, freckles,
sunburn or moth spots. It has tho gieat
advulitugo that it docs not injure tho
skin, but renders it soft like n child's, had, n sho explained, "taken hold" of
Tako a soft cloth or spongo and liatlio whatever was to bo done. Tlio boys
the face, neck and arms thoroughly with could make beds and set tablesas well
tiutteriuilk beforo retiring for tho night; as draw water and split wood. Tlio
then wipe offtho droits lightly. In the girls wero facile housekeepers, with a
morniiiK.wash it thoroughly and wipe practical knowledgo of cooking and
dry with a clash towel. Two or three laundry-work in American society as
such baths will tako off all the tan and essential in the outfit for lifo to the
freckles. It will keep the hands soft and richest as to tlio poorest. Though tho
smooth. living in the household was plain, it was
- abundant, nnd tho ideal pet before tho
The Glory of the Fair. family wur something nobler than a
New votk world I moro ntrifu for wealth. Everything was
Whatever faults thcro may havo been Oiion' and above-board. Hooks wero
in tho management of tho Columbian ' r,nd and nrized in common, and so
grcss and the routine work it is now do- Fair-and errors in such an tntcrpriso muc, B0Dg 0n to interest everybody
ing attract but littlo attention, Harely r has succeeded in that thoro was no temptation to devour
has tho near approach of the nominating
conventions witnessed a situation
fraught with moro exciting features. As
the Republican convention is tho near
est at hand, tho greatest interest is
centered upon that at prcseut. Will
Harrison be nominated, is tho question
asked on all sides, and the nfllrnmtivo
responses aio not as general and positivo
as they were, though, as ho has nearly
half tho delegates instructed for him
nnd no other candidate has any, it would
almost seem liko a forcgono conclusion.
But there is "right smart" of sharp
wire-pulling going on just now, and the
result of it may bo a surprise Telegroms
are flying thick and fast, conferences
are being held and messengers dispatched,
and something may drop.
Under ordinary circumstances a candidate
in Mr. Harrison's position might
bo considered almost certain to win, but
I am inclined to hazard tho prediction
that he will not be renominated. Tlio
combination against him is, in point of
influence and manipulating ability,
about tho strongest that could be formed
in tho Republican party. It embraces
laying tlio foundations of an exhibition ,0iS()nous tidbits in secret. Soit eamo to
ifrmf ni In nt'niit ml mtrnliln ivitt linn nm1
pV.tlt ft M V J tllilltlllllU "tJ 1IU J
that has ever been held in tlio world.
Few Americans, brobably, dream of tho
magnitude of tho exhibition to be mado
or of its magnificence.
The buildings themselves will constitute
a show worth a journey of a thousand
miles to see. There is ono of them
which measures a mile and a half in circuit.
Thoso which do not cover moro
than an aero and a quarter are deemed
insignificant. And tho architectural
value of the structures is worthy of their
It was often said a year ago that in
Chicago's hands the Exhibition would
bo dominated by the materialist spirit.
The result promises precisely tho re-verso
of this. In tho Art Building there
is a milo and a half of wall space for
pictures, and every inch of it will bo occupied.
France alone has applied for
83,000 square feet, and every country
which has a reputation in arts has asked
for threo or four times tho spaco that
oven this liberal provision will allow. It
is safe to say that there will bo at Chi
cago next year tho greatest collection of
modern works of art ever brought together
anywhere, and that tho artistio
inipulso which will go out from tho Exhibition
will bo tho most notable and
effectivo influence of its kind that has
yet stimulated endeaor in America.
In tho matter of machinery tho showing
promises to bo extraordinary. It
was assumed at tho outset that American
exhibitors in this department would
need perhaps threo times tho space pro-
ided at Philadelphia. In fact, they havo
already applied for six times that space,
and the end is not yet. Foreign exhibitors
of machinery, too, havo asked already
for twice or thrico the spaco oc
cupied in any former International Fair.
As to tho international character of
the Exhibition, the entries already made
show that except Franco herself, every
foreign nation will bo much moro largely
represented at Chicago than it was at
Paris. Indeed, the space already applied
for by foreign exhibitors is more
than double that which they occupied
This is the outlook and tho situation
to-day. It reilects the greatest credit upon
Chicago and securely promises tho
most abundant honor to tho country.
It will bo gratifying in the highest degree
to every patriotic mind thus to
know that our World's Fair is already
certain to bo tho most uotablo exhibition
When Baby was tick, wo gave her Castorla.
When she as a Child, the cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla
When Bhe had Children, ahe gat c their. Castorla.
A Wise Minister.
Iictrolt l'ree l'res,
A minister of a Western church not
long ago pleached a sermon on card-playing,
and at its close he remarked:
"Will tho brethren now in the house
who know how to ploy poker please hold
up their hands?"
Ho waited a minute, and not a hand
"I am very much obliged," ho said
then, "but I did not think so many of
you knew how."
I hero was a sensation in tho chnrch
but tho preacher concluded tho serices
quietly, nnd afterwards a committeo
waited on him.
"Wo camo to ask what you meant by
saying that wo all knew how to play
poker, when in response to your inquiry
not ono of us responded," said the
Tho preacher laughed soothingly.
"Don't let your tempers get tho better
of yon, brethren," ho replied; "any
man who knows how to play poker isn't
going to show his hand unless ho is
forced to. and yoti know it as well as I
Tlio committeo apologized and report-ed
to tho other members and tho
h' salary was laised.
Keeping up With the Children.
Sho was a woman of middle age, thin
and plain, with no claim to beauty except
the coger dark eyes sliming
from a wistful, care-lined faco.
Twenty years ago she had slipped hor
trustful hand into that of another, aud
counting tho world well lost for the
sake of her lovo nnd faith, had entered
upon a lifo of such toil, privation,
and heroic endurance us only women
in frontier settlements amid primitive
conditions, kuow. '! have tried my
best," sho said, simply, "to keep up
witii the children. Father and I
Bohed, when our Hist boy was a babv,
that, stint and scrape and contrho as
wo might, wo'd educate all that heaven
sent us. And wo havo dono what wo
could. I wasn't willing that my
should get ahead of wo; I've tried
to study their lessons with them, and
to enter into their feelings. Idou't want
them to outstrip mo in the ruce."
This mother had been ono of thoso to
whom early rising nnd lato retiring had
been nhvajs essential, in order that tho
routiuoof tho should not
suffer. In that part of tho country
where sho lived, hired help for domes-tie
puriHJses was almost unheard of;
womon did their own work, u neighbor's
daughter bometimes lending u
kind hand iu uu exigency, and the mon
of tho family doing their sharo at need.
Iu her determined efforts to keep step
with her children iu their intellectual
development, sho had iu another direction
builded better than she kuow; for
tho children, boys aud girls alike, had
eaily been pressed into Jier fcorvicc, and
pass that the keeping up with tho chil
drcu brought great good in its wake.
At last a day dawned when tho mother
felt as if tho first stono had been set
in a wall of separation. Two of her
brood had found their wings. A daughter
was going to college A son was
entering upon a business career. Tho
littlo wistful woman .yearned to keep
pace with them both, yearned perhaps
to ordain tho pathway of both, as sho
had done. But it was inevitable that
there should bo some parting of the
roads. Bravo as sho was, shokeptdown
n heartache under cheery show of courage.
"Havo comfort, dear," said an older
friend, who had been through a similar
experience. "Tho children will never
outgrow you; you had a twenty years'
start of them. And you havo so dis
ciplined your mind, and trained your
heart, and elevated your own thoughts
abovo tho daily rut, tho fret, aud the
stir, that you dwell in n bercno atmosphere,
favorablo to expansion of eery
faculty. They may acquiro facts, but
they will lly liko honey-laden bees back
to tho hive. Tho mother who has kept
paco with her children from babyhood
to udolescenco will never lose them."
Thcro will bo a mass meeting of tho
People's party at tho Court House iu
Hartford. Monday. Juno 0, 1893. ut 1
Vclock p. m. for tlio purposo of select
ing delegates to tuo stato uonventton
which convenes at Lexington, Juno
B. F. B utTLnTT, Ch m n.
MIII.OHN VITAM.i:it. what ou need
for CoiKtiDntlon. Los of Amwlite. Dlzzinevt.
and all )inptom4 of DjtpejMa. .'rice io aim
;5ceiitHjwr bottle. I'or hale by Grltfiu Unw,
. it m i
A Chinese Sermon.
The following discourse by n converted
Chinese tailor, with lcferenco to
tho merits of Confucianism, Buddhism
ond Christianity is worth preserving:
A man had fallen into u deep, dark
pit, and lay in its miry bottom, groaning
and unablo to move. Confucius
walked by, approached the edge of tho
pit, and said, "Poor fellow, I am very
sorry for you. wny were you sucu a
fool as to get in there? Let mo givo
you a piece of advice: if you get out
don't get in again."
A Buddhist priest next camo by, and
said, "Poor fellow! I am very much
pained to see you there. I think if you
could sciamblo up two-thirds of the
way, or oven half, I could reach you
and lift you up tho rest." But tho man
in the pit w us entirely helpless and unable
Noxt tho Savior camo by, and
tho cries, wont to tho very brink of
the pit, stretched down and laid hold of
tho poor man, brought him up, and
said, "Go, and sin no moro?"
CATAUIIII ciri(i:i. health and sweet
breath secured bv Shlloh's Catarrh Kemedv
Price 50 cent. Nasal Injector free, bold by
Wayne Rrifliu Hro.
Tlio dollar sign (3) is fully two
old. In somo old accounts you
will find it marked thus: 8R Tt", meaning
"ffi 8 real pieces (tho dollar of our
daddies, !17J grains of puro silver). Iu
others it is marked 8 , aud iu still oth
ers Ri. The $ is a union that soon
found favor without any questions being
asked whether tho lino around the
Heraclean pillars stood for 8 or tho serpent.
Tho upright lines aro the pillars
of Hercules. Tho cross lino is not an
aborted R. It may bo on 8. The
chances aro a thousand to ouo that tho
person first using it took tho $ from
the coin itself, and that tho cross lino
represents the serpent. Tho superstition
that it isdemed from U. S is as
silly as tho superstition that tho Greek
abbreM'ation of the name Jesus in Roman
type, IHS, stands for either "In
hoc signo," or "Jesus homtnum
or "I havo suffered." Now
WII.I, M)U SUl Ti:it lth Djspepsla and
I.iier complaint Milloh's Vltalizcr Is Kuarau
teed to cure ) mi Tor sale by (IrWin Hrus,
A tlno farm of 135 acres, 85 acres in
cultivation, 40 acres well timbered and
nono of tho cleared land worn. Fino
meadow, excellent orchard, find houso
with 11 vo rooms. Two good barns and
all necessary outbuildings all now. Ono
well, eight springs, one-fourth milo
from school house, ouo and one-fourth
miles from MoHenry, threo miles from
Roekiort and Echols, finest markets in
tho county, threo miles from church
nnd eight miles from county scat.
Tin. futlin.. .mvt.m.lnvu nrt.l tiwimi nitll
A U. l.ti;i IUllUmilD I.IJII lU.IMD. LHII
on or address, J. B. Wilson, or Hurt-
ford IIiuiALD, Hint ford, Ky. tf
Boils, Abccsscs, tumors, aud even
cancers, are tho result of o natural ef
fort of the system to expel tho poisons
wliicli the liver and kidneys havo failed
to romove. Ayer's Sarsaparilla stimulates
all tho organs to a performance of
otlot Hrlng Jimwiul Clnitii.
OHIO CIKCI'IT COCKT
W. A. C.uuther & son, it., nl., I'lnlntlir.
Ceorge KoUrls, Kc, Defendants,
All persons having Hens against the Dcaufield
Coal Company, are hereby notified to produce
the same, properly proven, to the undersigned,
Master Commissioner of said Court at hi office
in Hartford, Ky., In Ohio county, Kentucky, on
or before the loth day of June next, or they will
lw forever barred, This 16II1 day of May, 189J.
John 1' IIakkett,
20 4t Commissioner of said Court,
Needing atonic, or chlldirn that want building
up, should tako
IIHOW.VS IIIO.V IIITTKUK.
It Is pleasant to talc, 1 ores Malaria, Indigestion,
unl Ulllousniu. All dealers keep It.
viii:n yoiik mvi:k
Is torpid aud sluggish, you cannot do business
successfully, lver)thlnggoes wrong. You don't
feel will, Oct our liver In good working order
by using Dr. Hale's Household Tea, the great
blood purifier and !ere tonic. It has 110rtiii.1t
ns a health restorer. 1'orsnle at Williams, Ikll
cCo,' drug store, 4jyi
Bald heads aio too many when they
may bo covered with a luxuriant growth
of hair by using tho best of all restorers,
Hall's Hair Reiiower.
a lastlntr anil frBeratit
1'ricr 31 ami jnc -at Otllliii liius
Lieutenant Governor Jl.l. Alford.
Secretary ol State John W. Hendlev.
Assistant Hcc'y orHtalo IM. ). 1,'elitli,
Htntu Librarian Mrs. Mary ll.llny.
Attorney Uenernl J. lleudrlck.
Auditor L.O. Norman.
Assistant Auditor Virgil Hewitt.
Treasurer Henry H.Itnle.
Clerk .lumen H. Ilnwltliia
Hupt.l'ub. Instruction- 1M P. Thomson,
M. Unodnlubt, John T. Orr.
ItcglHter Limit oniceU. II. Hwnngii.
Clerk-. I, Aleck Oriiut.
Ilnurviieo Commissioner II K. Duncan,
Deputy coin. w. J. liuvciis.
A.Cnons and Oeo. C U Ilium
Adliitiint Uenernl A. J Ulnss.
Assist. Ailjt. Uenernl 1'. II. Itlrlmrdxon.
Com. Ag. Hur. .t McDowell.
."lute II. (lurdner.
Inspector of Mines O.J, or wood.
Statu Ueoltiglst John It. Pioctor.
1'ubllo Printer Binder K. 1. Johnson.
Penitentiary Warden H. -A. Norman,
Deputy nrden M. A. ltooney.
Ilallroad Commissioners Urcy Woodson,
C. C. Met lionl, Charles D. l'oyntz.
COURT OK AI'l'KALh.
Chief Justice, W. II. Unit; Judges, Cimwcll
lliniietl, W. S. l'rynr, J. II. Lewis; lteportcr,
R. W. Utiles; Clerk Court or Appeals, A. Ad-dams;
Deputies, It. s. (Irer a, wood Lome
moor, Jr.; sarennt, (LA. Itoblusnii; Tipstaff,
W.M. II. 11111.
Judges, Joseph Harbour, W, II. Yost, Jr.,
J. II. UrentJSargeant, Jo'111 Htuurt; Tipstull,
Caswell llciiuett, Jr.
Mounters Hon. John 0. Carlisle, aud Hon.
ltepresentutlve, Fourth District Hon. A.
U. Montgomery. .
Senator Hou. John V. Martin.
Itepresentitne, Ohio County Hon. Wes
Circuit lour I.
linn. Lucius I. Little, Judge.Owensboro.
Hon. Joseph Noe, Attorney, oweusboro.
J.I. l'liouiHOii, Jailer, Hnrtfortl.
W. U. Uurdwlck, Clerk, llartlord.
Juo. I', liurrett, Master L'om'r, Hartford.
Sum K. Cox, Tn.stee Jury ruud.
S. Calvin Taylor, Sheriff, Hiirtrord.
Deputies John s. Moseiey, Hartford; 8. L.
Fulkerson, Cerulvo; C II. Siilleuger, lluiuid;
.John M. Johnson, Fordsvllle; 1. C. Huuley,
Court convenes fourth Mondajs Iu May
aud November and continues lour weeks
John I. Morton, Judge, Hartford.
Kuwiiu Holbrook. Clrk. Hartford.
Frank L. Felix, Attorney, Ilnrtford.
Court convenes on the first Monday In
Ile'Insou toe third Mondays tu Jai.uury,
April, juiyanu L'ctouer.
Court of Claims.
lleglnsou the first Mondays In January
Other Comity Ofllcrrn.
J. II. Wilson, Surveyor, Hartford.
C. W. I'arrott. Assessor. Heaver Dam.
J. 11. Kogers.County School rfupt., Hartford.
j. v. lirutiiey, vornner, itosiue.
HAUTroKn. W. L. Hawkins, JudgfjW. II.
Mauzy, Marshal. Courts held Monday
In March. I line, September and December.
IIf.aveii Dam. -J. J. Mlteheh, Judge;
Adam Nave. Marshal. Courts held Unit
Saturday In January, April, July and Oct.
v.- Daniel, jucige ; J. w.
Kahll. Marshal. Courts held second Satur
day In January, April, July and October.
11AM11.T0.N, u. j. uiwiou jucige: u. t..
Ilarrett, Mnrshul. Courts held third Satur-lay
u January, April, July nnd October.
HocPor.T. V.B.Jutnes,Judge; A. I'. Howard,
Marshal. Courts held Thursday In
January, April, July and October.
I). Morgan, Judge; J II.
Wallace, Marshall. Courts held Ilrst Saturday
In January, April, July ami October.
Cfiulvu. s. L. Fulkersoii Judge; 110
Courts second Saturday In January.
April, July mid October.
F0BI1SVU.T.K Dldle Miller, March l,Jnnc
I, September I, December 1. W. V. Kills,
March 1. June 2. September 2, December:.
IHJFOitn. J.W.Turner, March 3, June S,
Septembers, December J. J. McKludley,
March t. June 4, September (1, December 0.
Haiitioiiii. W. IMIciuiett, March . June
7. September", December 7. It. T Henderj
March 8, Junes, septemberS,DecemberK.
Hosinc W. M. Autry, March V June 9
September SUJeccmber'J. II. F. Myers.March
111, June IU, September ID, December 10.
L. Fiilkerson, .March 11,
June 11, Sept. 12, Dee. 12. C. L. Woodwarti,
March 12, June U, September 13, December 11.
C110VIWW.L. A.S. Keowu, March II, June
II. September H. December H. S. T. Stevens
Match 13, Juno 15,beptcmberl, December 15
uuroKU. 1. v . iniur.
IlocKPOKT. U. W. Howe, p. o. Centertown
H.01IJIK. W. V. Miller.
CnoMWF.r.L. T. U. Wilson, n. o. Select.
IIahtfoku II. II Taylor.p. o. ISenverDam.
M. K. L'HL'iicii, South. Services third nml
fourth Sundays In each month. Hev. K. K.
1'lii.sinTMiiAN O. II. McDonald
pastor, services Hist Sabbath.
Uai"tist. Services second Saturday and
Sunday of each month ; Hev. J. H. Coleman,
ovcry Sumlny moriiliiKiind nlnht. Sabbath
School at 9 A.M. Itev. It. J. Ward, pastor.
Alpha Haitist (colored. KlrsUnd third
Sundaya nt II a. m. aud 7:301". it. Sunday
School ut 9 o'clock, A. M. Kev.C II. Howell,
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Irlll. ami Ju. tlonu. luirtla.Ilhln.
ra tut. Oilier ri0uirtwlLU by
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itoiuli, Ywu ranilo ilia Hmk and lit
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and ihiilyiii.f art irk In i
tr all fi tlii. Iliff iiionrr rurnoik
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uu wish social letters lloni L'emleiiirti n,i,l
lailies nf culture ami means front all oier the
couiitr)? Ifbo.Just s'liil on io cents ami recehe
aropy oTtheeleKaut inatrlinonliil papir callcil
Orniik'e lltossoins, which will aflbril ou more
liealthlul enjoiueiit than ou have liml fur
mauy a day; each uumlier eoiitalus liumlreils of
tetters from )oiiiik Indies anil Ktiitlenieii want
lntr mrrrsiintlifnls from lhf)hrnflli.ni.,ni.lia..H.
iftlicte l a man or uomauuho lias not fonnii
Ills ur her affinity here's the golden oppoitunjty,
Address (lKAMiii IIloshuus, room 13, 18 Ilo.
stou street, llostou, Mass.
Try The Herald
for fino Job Printing.'
LOUISVILLE AND MEMPHIS
Pullman BufTV.t Sleeping Cars
i.oitisvii.t.i:, Miivtriiis, virusittiitn,
HATO.V ItOI'tli: AMI M'.XV
THE QUICK AND DESIRABLE ROUTE!
TO AMI PUOM
Srxr York, ritllitilf lphlu, lliiltlitiMrt ,
Vii,i1nKtn. .Norfolk, 1I l"lut Comfort.
l(l IniHtml, llulValo, rioteliuul.
Toledo. ( hlniKO, liHltiiiiiiiollit
EASTERN & NORTHEASTERN POINTS!
.Memphis, Vlrkshilrg, llaton ltiuige.New
Orleans, Mobile. I.lttle ltoek.llot springs
nml points u West Tennessee, Texas,
A lkunsjis, Mississippi, Louisiana nnd
THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST!
Tho Line Is thoroughly equipped and In
first-class condition, and pro Ides an excellent
arrangement III time and through curs.
A FKATUHK Is the time nnd convenience
secured by the Limited K.xptess Trains, ONLY
A NlUlirs UIDK between Louisville
nnd Memphis, and the best mul quickest service
between thetwo cities eer offered.
For Lowest Hates, Time Tables and all desired
Information, apply In
J. II. TICII HNOIt. Aiikmt, Denver Dam, Ky.,
Or W. II. I'KOUTY.Oen'l I'lissenRerAgeiit,
osr it qrntHr.
uuuni ii.i.r., i j
best is giitiit.
FOR 20 YEARS
Has led all Worm Remedies.
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEE.!.
SOL.D UVI IIYWIIIMU.
rtoptrtali; Kit lUUDMU.T IUD1 tS. CJ TI3CK.
A recent dlcoery by an
old ph)slclan SiiccriiJuUu
nwii mrnthti bi thoHHimu
fit Imlltn Is the only per
fcctly safe and reliable med
unprinciplnidruKRlstsMhooirer Inferior medicines
In place of this Als for Cuik h Cottov
kmiT toMPolMi, fie nra ttibttitutr, or Inclose
fi and6cents In iotai;e In letter, and t will
jend, sealed, by return mall lull sealed partlc
uiars 111 piain emiiopc 10 laaies ouiy 3 stamps
Address I'ond l.tl iuiiiuiit.
No I'lshcr IllocV. Detroit, Mkh
i Sold in Hartford b Ulllllams, Ikll U la,
I.. 11. he.ln.Z. Wane (.rliTiu . llio. and
ecr)liere jil fs 3d ptt
Sellers' Liver Pills.
Act Directly on t lie Liver.
cents cuilu axd FiTin.UTirznu.
HicnUiiDicur, Ciuocs Colic,
TI0!f, RnECVATISX, 1'ILZJ. PiLTtTlTIOSl
orinsIIunT, Dizzisiu, Tonna Ijtu.
Coitzd TosacT, BLzznzststf, ma iu.
Diiii'ES or Tax Lnrzn and Sroxicir. K
yon da cot "feci very well," a tlngla pill at
bed-time etltanlatca tho etomcb, rettoru
tbo appetite, imports r!;or to the t yitcs.
They euro all dlaeafts like tnjRle. Ott
the right kind. BELLEItS' UVElt riLL3.
f c will bii ten copies Latest Pop. ,
wlo.ular Sonirs Mlth music, sent
outage paid to any part of the I S. on
recetnt of 10 cents In slher orstamns.
C.oiKCK, Publisher, M6 llroaduay New York
City sayausawad in IIarti oanlli hai.d. i
i n r
Or liquor habttpotttlvelr Curidand
the taste for liquor forever destroyed
without the knonlfdcr of Patient hy
admlaUtfrinff QUEEN'S SPECIFIC.
HARMLESS and TAMELESS. Can
be given Id a cup of teaorcoTee. .It
never falls. Hundredi Cured. A Guar
anteed Cure In Every Cae. Price $2
a Box. bent free fromobftenation on
receipt of price with full directlou,
by Kipreis C. U. I. or by mail, post-ace
paid by us.
Wtthereryarder wnfolabnifif FLOR C'
To InftUTC promril d'llPf? elv full a fir ki
Dally Hint Monday 1 1). Oil 11 ear
Dally illhont .Sunday H.IKI
Sunday . il.llo "
Weekly ........:..... 1 .110 "
THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL
Has tlio larjrotit circulation of any Democratic
Newspaper in the Unitnil States,
nml proposes tu double or trelilo Hh already
BY GIVING AWAY EACH AND
To come 01111 n splendid Hitfli Arm
Machine or 11 Hnndsouui Gold
Watch, VHUK. Full
particular! in Weekly Courier-Journal.
Sample copy free. Send for ouo.
Address : W. X. IIai.drman,
I'rest. Courier-Journal Cti.j
COURIER-JOURNAL AND HERALD
Hall) nml .Sunday 11.00
Dully . .. U.00
M H H....HM.a
Weekly ... , il.llt
EAK AND iSBSyEUrrED
Ors&ns itrenirthened aud fmic
lloni topis.s. Lost .Mnutioixt
varicocele, eak back.Iossof iu.nor),dUzlncm,
nervousness, neatness turcil by tho I'rim
tty ltrinrlle. fl.(0er !rt; six l.nrslor
v.in A written guamntic of mre wllh cvrrjr
six tioTes. sVnd Mump tnr mi iculars to tie
I'HN.N CITV CHIA!tV.
SOU North Second Street, l'nttn.. I'n,
C. H.Tonn. Prest. J. Q. Haynm, V. J'rest,
V, II. MooitK, Cashier.
(Mturtereit for thirty Years.
.MAHCIl Ml, lHDO.
Hills nml Notes discounted
Due from llanlis...
fash on hand .......
Furniture and Fixtures
Debts In suit ..............,
Capital Stock. ..........
Duo Depiwsllors ..... ... ..
Due other Hauler' .....
Dividends unpaid... ...,
Dlxldeud No. .........
.. .11,7) Nl
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... S7S (s)
, . Oi'tttf?
W. II. .M001tr Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this
prll I, lstm. M. K. MOltSK,
Notary I'ubllo Daviess County, Ky.
Correct Attest! Josr.ru Kimi. C II.Tiidii.
J.ll. I1ATNM, U.W WILLIAMS, J J. HODMAN.
oAmount recclveil on deposit from 11
up. Interest paid on tlmo deposits.
SSBBW I SBBBBBVsffJk
At UrvcctsU r Mailed
IUcsrlpt f I'rlMt.
WINKELMANN & DROWN
DrurtCo. rrsss. Onltimoro, Md,
Ilrsdscbs Cure nl
cure tifrroiii, ilck.
liislsrisl snl all
f rms rf hesilsrhe. Penrls who have sunVnsl. tty
llisat.o,! slks.iuir CfX9 tomsnklnj
X 11 ( w I (ret. t'iinreruhi
unit quirk I or sle ty itraecUI., sr by msll Scts.
P Pay Cash and Savo Twonty Por Cont
piiirs hPiiftftPifis ram te is Kmsifis
'J ivinuw, UllkJ.
PLOWS, GENERAL UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES,
Garden Field Seeds
Solicited and I'retcriitionB put up Quickly, Accurately and Economically from
tho Purest and Freshest Drugs, at all hours, Day or Xiglit.
f .T. W. Knslaml has just repaired Iris MILL ami OAUDINCJ MAOHIKH and
Holieita tho patronage) of tho Kood people.
wonderful than KOCH'S LYMPH. Discovered bv the cictti t trench Scientist. TRIED.TESTEDaad
e 01 lauure or the siif nieu iniurr.
ty tne people ol all Europe. iw win ce paia lor acy case
hair on face
or any part of the person quickly
dlvolved and permanent! removed
with the new nnd wonder ful discovery
pound ire warrint to destroy the
rjrowin lorcrcr. iieBusc.iiui'siuaiiu
mil never Injure or discolor the moit
delicate tlln. Apply (ora few minutes
erd the halrdiuppearsaslt by magic.
Price, (I 00 per package, bent free
tvn c hsrrratlon on receiptor price,
with fu'l directions, by tipreiiC. O.
D or by nail postage paid by us.
V rrllbyP OOntcrw RectHfrH
ft. r Unis reccivnl
. -' -?T- t Ws.mfiumww f?. Jtrj
For Catnloguo ond Pricos, writo tho Manufacturers,
Austin, Tomlinson & Webster Mfg. Co.,
JACKSON, r.llCHICAN, U.S.A.
ELECTRIC : LIGHTER
PEIOE. - $5.00.
M risssssslLBfll ff J ri JfWt 'll. jjlar 4r jijtafJviMlKssssss &.K
A Handsome Ornament lor Table, Mantel or Counter
ELECTRICITY GENERATED BY CHEMICAL ACTI0NG
illiistrntiori ronrcscntH otir I'mictmc Liiihtrii, nml ih onclmlf il nctunl
THIS It i rouiplrto in itselt rt'tifreH no oxtru Tower Wires or
Tho of r.ltctricity it Kcnonitcil by Clicmiciil Action. It occupies
tlio hnco of lint Six h'gr.nr. I.nohi s. Tlio construction Ih itnplo in tlio
iixtri'inc. It can lio tnlcpti to pieces nt will, ami jimt ns ensilv rcntljuvtcil. A
CIIIIjI) CAN oriHIATK IT. Simply by picNtinj; tlio Coutro ltml. tlio Current
of Klcctricity is Kcucrntnl, nml tlio lilit is iiintiuitmicotis.
Tlio material to churgo tlio llaltory can bo obtained nt nuy driiK store nt n cost
of Ten ceutH, and will run 30 to 00 days.
Any part can bo replaced nt n cost not exceeding Ten cents. Aside from its
uso as n Lighter, tin's apparatus does away with the uo of matches nud tlio
results nud disagreeable odors arising Trom same
Wo hao taken especial caro in tlio ninnufactiiro of these I'.lcctrio Lilitini;
Itatteries. They are liaudsomely constructed in nickel pinto nud highly ornamental,
nud will take a prominent placo among tho of Itcccption
ltooms, Tarlors, ete.
WFull directions and one cliargo for tho llattery accompany each apparatus.
All orders for leis thnu 520.00 mint bo nccompanied by Postal lixrfos, Money
Order or by Drait on NVw York.
Uoods sliipped C. O. D. on receipt of Twenty per cent. ' llemittances with order
nvo return charges. )
W Liberal discount to Trado and Agents. Wo desiro reliable rcprcoutatien
in every Stntc in tlio 1'uion, nnd iinilo corresKiudeuco on tho subject.
BARR ELECTRIC M'FG CO.,.
Initruratnl under the Iwaof the Mate of New VotLi,
17 and 10 Broadway, Now York City.
OTiae Electric jLiigrtor.
One of Uic moit itcllghtful of the tnlmr accrMrl thai r1rctn it) furnlhc to the hourioM
theticrt lmrutrO "Ultxtrlc Utthter Thi i n omaiurnt for thr parlor, ilhititir tuom
orchamlicr, alwoi instantly tcioiiklve to a call fur lUM nml uf nluaUr tvrtlec In othrr ha)k to
t Uoicrfttr.l1i ucwtnit tlili(tlr l.uttou hern nt the top ofthc crnttc riMl.Mhcn the light hilly
nmar nt the oiciiluir'iulrr thconiamcnt uttuti the uitvrtuin(L It l maIcof IWchTr ik1
tfthol nkkcl pUt( lttiulU InchmhiKh an J oociij.c only ls Mjuarc luchcn on the table or man
tel in cuufttmctioti ii to almulr tt tan le readiti taken to tilcvev ami n easily readiuMnl to worU
injf onler It nreit no wireit orcoiinctiuttsi, the turrrnt of elettrfcity Itring KrnrrateU by chemKal
action within thec)l)mter It i jerfntlv afr, alMajn M-cure ant athlMcan operate It.
The material usl In the batter) l lct by e.er druKkt ami a rharue rotlnKbttt lorrut la
urTiucnt lo krn il in CJinUiit Fenrnr fur tlnrty Unix ty slaT With tuiiaTcarr It will lat a life
time amUflt Mioultl Ijrcutitc lUiaMnl b an ut.tottm.ate tumble, any dam aril part can I re
a tr id In if U ionlructloti i Rohaml4imtf nml ornamental, it will tratlfly find
its j) ace among the brk of the Hpartmrtit ami i rail fxirtablc from room to room.
It w P l tound a imt le.irab1e cotnj nutuii for the merchant or lawjer In hi othiv, the pro
fr.ona man In hi fttudy the fttodeut Iu hU lodjflttK. well aa the housewife, and Ita treJtue
ami (n k repiiicue mil commend It to tilt
It la manufacturer! ardftnld by the llarr Htniric Mnnufaitutiiijr; Co, at So t? nrd i9lrond
way N.w ork The prh la lv a veritable tittle when (Uleftuty and Venice arecunldeteU
Though i t.Ktmd'y lclMnetlMmpt foraliKhter tthnaheru found prnrtlcalJe tn add aetrral
useful msraori.4 Mnll al Coll with hand cleitrode can be readily attacheil, by which either
Kettle or vkacan gbeu to a inemler of the family offllcltd with Nenoua Artec
tioni KhemnatuTu, Neuralgia, l.iunMtfo sciatica, Headache, etc ThU attachment rail qImi l
couurrted by wire to the door ami window of the houe, tnua ptotidlniir the homentcad with a
c implclc nud per frith reliable electric buftat nlarni, or If In a clty.lt can ! connettcd with a
fttrcei wire to mc nearest ponce iauou i ne price 01 tne irtiicai loii la 13 v
Annther adtunct U the Call Ikll. whkh la alMraily ailiuUrd and oirratel bv uuhlnif down
tentral rol aa In a dinner table or call bell TheprUr of thla with iu ftet of wltc la but Jt ?v
The merit of thi' novel Indention cannot properly tc deaileI Iu a newpaper article
tier la to l Mn to t apprcclitetl.
It nt Instant favorite
11a beauty, riuuk ter Ice
nry Uwxli VhrfnMc
and altnplicity of ctmatiuctton make
C. P. Barnfes & Bro.
10 THIS NEW SEVEN STORY FIREPROOF BUILDING,
WHERE THEY ARE BETTER THAN EVER PREPARED
TO FILL ORDERS. THEY WILL SEND THEIR
384-PAGE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, CONTAINING
OVER 2500 ILLUSTRATIONS OF GOODS IN THEIR
LINE, TO ANY ADDRESS.
C. P. BARNES & BRO., JtmoUra,
B?4W MJRKET ST.. LOUISVILLE. KY.
2hla firm is reliable Publishers JfnrtforU Herald.
B L S
aanuBn. r Mm -. . -
ii iu yauduiD
Llnpleaiaatlaiatlroond raro cars for
tlceplessaest, loss of appttito, tnckincholy,
costlrcnosi, nerrousness and paln In tba
tack. It positively cures that lassltudo and
weariness, nnd want of nppctlto experienced
lX no manr. Are you f atlsued Tlie most
recently discovered wonderful remedy foi
25 Cents per box.
Afltlress ELECTRIC CAPSULE CO.
Pest Office Uox .3349, N. y.
"r" ' '
H. L. BOWLDS,
(Sueeessnr to .liilin Itelnliarilt)
All Kinds of Furniture
Do Not Fail to Call When in the City
And Examine My Stock of Elegant and Cheap Furniture.
H. L. BOWLDS, - - 112 MAINST.,