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OBts 18 Hi SO HUH j'"'
TUESDAYrrEDHUAnY , - 1892.
Sir Moroll McKonzlo, tlio oinlnont
Eugllsh pUjsician, dtodln Loudon,
Vwl11e3dny.
Jlichard Grny Bhot omlklllod
A. Grogan, at Covington,
fornoducing Mary Gray, bis
old daughter.
Thayor decided to turn ovor tlio
offico to Gov. Boyd without waiting
for tho court's mandate and tlio
transfer was ipado yesterday.
Evsugolist Dixon C. Williams closed
his meetlnK at JoITorsonTilIo, Intl. l'n
lav ovoninir. It lasted flvo weeks
nnd thoro woro 112 conversions, in
eluding eomo of tho most prominent
mon of tho placo. Ho is now nt his
horn at Andorson, Ind.
Jas. E. Stono, nt prosont assistant
clerk of tho Kentucky House, lias gono
to Washington to bo given a trial os
reading clerk of tho lower Houso of
Congress. His clear and well trained
Toico gavo such satisfaction that Uo is
likoly to step into tho fat borth so
long occupied by Tom Pottit.
Throe murdororsstretchod homp in
Kentucky Friday nnd in each coso
thousands of peoplo witno9od tho
elocution. Tho scaffolds woro built
so tho spectators could look into tho
inclosurcs from hillsides and housetops.
And yet tho law requiring
' ihangins to bo insido of a twelve-foot
nclosuro was complied with.
Miss Ella Ewing, tho "Giant Girl
of Missouri" who is on exhibition
this week at Kohl & Middletcn's Museum
at Cincinnati, has relatives in
Georgetown. Miss Ewing has boon
the subject of much wide-spread
newspaper notoriety. Her height is
eight feet, two inches, and although
not nt all inclined to obesity she
woighs over 100 pounds. Sho is only
18 years of ago and is still growing.
Georgetown Times.
Gov. Brown, in his nppointments
has shown moro appreciation of tho
nowspaper mon, ospocially when thoy
belong to tho 'ponnyrilo' section, than
havo any of this predecessors. His
privato Socretary is a newspaper man,
nnd Mr. Chas. M. Moachsm, of tho
Hopkinsvillo Kontuckian, has just
been appointed a Commissioner of
of tho Western Lunatic Asylum,
and it is conceded that still another
will bo mado a railroad Commissioner.
But a good oditor is fitted for most
any place in tho gift of tho chief
Magistrate of a Stato, nnd Governor
Browxi could not havo dono any bettor
had ho gone into mountains aro blue
grass boction for tho material.
Georgetown Times.
Our good friond of tho Murray
Ledger takes tho KorrccxuN to task
for somo of its rocont remarks. Ho
says thoconsus figures of 518 inhabitants
do not come within 1,000
of telling the trutli about Murray
nnd that Murray's lawyors aro "as
umbiliousand havo as much sonsn
and nvorngo intelligence to tho square
inch as can bo found iu tho great
county of Christian." This information
gives us gonuiuo pleasure Bro.
Curd, for wo aro ospocially fond of tho
society of kindred spirits oud our association
with Calloway's smart mon
would bo ospocially congonial. You
also afford us additional pleasure by
the statement that your county frequently
givos 1,800 Democratic majority.
If thoro is nuy ono thing wo
liko moro to associato with than Bmnrt
mon it is a good healthy Democratic
majority of 1,700 or 1,800.
Following aro a dozen niuo syllable
words jaw-breakers to gag windy
talkers with:
Anthropomotamorphis.
Autlsuporuaturalism .
Anticonstitutionalist.
Anhydrohepaitorioon.
Iatromathematiciau.
Incomprehensibility.
Individualization,
Syncategoromatical.
Unconstitutionality,
Uniutolligibility.
Valetudinarianism.
Vicissitudinalily.
A Bridegroom's Liberality.
A Paducah clergyman tolls this:
',! married a couplo in Allen county,
and after 1 had pronounced thorn
as man and wife tho groom took me
to ouo sidtt and askod mo what tho
damugo was. I told him that thoro
was no flxod prieo. Ho might give
whatovor ho choso.
'"Farson, said ho, Iv'o got flvo
hound pups down homo for which I
am asking flvo dollars apioco and I'll
lot you havo ono for throo dollars?'"
Of I declined so ridiculous ti
Throws Up The Sponge.
Nsw Orleans,-Fob. 4. Tho
of this Stato who have boon fighting
the Louisiana Stale Lottery and
thosa who havo favored it wore equally
surprised yesterday by nn opon
lottor from John A. Morris, tho lottery
king, iu which ho virtually throws up
his hand nnd announces his intention
to retire from tho field. Tho most
important part of tho iotter is hero
givou:
"Now Orleans, Fob. 2. To tho
of Lousiana:
"Realizing thoroughly, my associates
and I that wo havo been
In our opinion of public
on this question of a now charter,
and not desiring to boo tho peoplo
of tho States of Lousiana involved in
atrifoovcr this question, I hereby
declare upon my part, ond on tho
part of my associates, thot wo would
not occopt or qualify undor tho
amendment, oven woro it to bo adopted
by tho peoplo at tho genoral election
of April noxt.
"Convinced that tho granting of
another lottory charter in tho Stato
would bo the causo of continued agita
tion and discontent upon tho part of
a number of tho citizens of Louisiana
for tho entire period for which tho
charter might bo granted, wo would
bo unwilling to accept such a charter,
oron though it was given to us with-out
the pay mon t of ono dollar of
tax.
"John A. Mounts'"
Tho I. W. Harper is tho finest whiskey
on earth. Used in moderation,
it is a sure Bpecjfic for gonoral dobility,
for insomnia, for mental depression.
It is as fragrant as ripo fruit and when
used in moderation it lengthens life.
adds to our joys and drives dull care,
away.
Tho I. W. Harpor whiskoy is absolutely
pure. It is proscribed by tho
ablest physicians of this country, and
by degrees it is winning a
reputation.
Sold by W.R,Longand J. W. Smith
Hopkinsvillo, Ky.
Croflon, Ky.
Cnorrojf, Feb. 7, '92. Tho weather
question seems now to' bo a settled
thing for awhilo as Ground Hog Day
is past and according to tradition ho
returned to his hole to finish his
"nap."
Jas. R. Torroll aud family left
Thursday for Texas, where thoy expect
to mako their future homo.
Dick Wiggins and Miss Mcintosh
(a daughter of Wado "Mcintosh)
od obstinate- parents and were married
by Esq. Jno. M. West, at his homo
horo at 10 a. m., to-day, in tho pros
onco of a few witnesses. Tho happy
couplo took tho 1020 passonger for
their homo, Empire, Ky.
Mrs. Fortol Rico, of Whito Plains,
Ky., returned homo to-day after several
days' visit to her fathor, Mr.
Rico Duliu.
Tho masquerade ball which was to
eomo off on tho 13th ult., has boon set
for tho 28th at Bowling's Hall.
Soveral rabid dogs havo beon killed
noar here within the last fow days.
Jos. Sizemoro had a fiuo hog that was
bitten by one of tho dogs which began
to show signs of hydrophobia in a
fow days and died soon from tho effects
of it. Buck.
Stato of Ohio, City of Tolodo, (
Lucas County. C 'S3.
Frank J, Chonoy makes oath that
ho is tho senior partner of tho firm of
F. J. Chonoy & Co., doing business in
the City of Tolodo, county nnd State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL-Lera
for oach and every coso of Catarrh
that cannot 1k cured by tho uso
of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY.
Sworn to boforo mo and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1880.
. - '. A. w. GLEASON,
1 SEAL
' - ' Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is takon internally
and acts directly, utiou tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho systom.
Sond for testimonials, froo.
F. J'. Cheney A Co., Props., Tolodo, O.
gfSoId by Druggists, 7Gc.
Trenton, Ky.
Thenton, Ky., Fob. 7, 1892. Once
more tho farmers are happy. Tobacco
in order and most all sold at romu
nerativo pricos, they aro now busy
stripping and doltvonng.
Eugene Dickinson rofusod tho fabulous
price ot $350 for his fino 3 year
old combined gelding sired by Johu
Waxoy.
Sandy Dickinson, lato of Trenton
but now of Pembroke, is mixing with
frionds horo to-day.
Quarterly mooting of tho M. E.
church Is in progress at this place,
Presiding Eldor Lewis officiating.
Tho jolly, gonial Sobo Roovos, wo
aro glad to report, is improving from
a painful operation of tho foot.
J, Y. Cabaniss is onco moro on tho
streets after a two woeks' tussol with
grip. Jim is u good ono aud if bucIi
potty and uncommon diseases as tho
grip don't think they cau bo downod
lot them try him.
J.D, Ruthorford has just returned
from u husiuoss trip to Cincinnati,
Covington and Louisville.
Cross Whito has gono with his
mothor to Dawson In search of his
lost houlth. Cross is a companionablo
little follow and will be much missed
by his many friends as woll us tho
Bunk of 1 ronton, where ho has a nlco
fee, as I had uo uso for tho hound position
pup. Garth Bros, report tho dry goods
Whon ho got homo ho must havo and clothing business on a boom,
found his wife bolter than ho J Pembroko downed us on tho rabbit
od, f jr ho sent mo ono of tho hound hunt, but wo are consoled by know-pups,
nccompauiod with n lottor say- iug wo killod nil wo claimed und as a
lug that ho was so happy with Maria proof tho scalps are on exhibition at
that ho .would gh o mo a dog for tho grocory eloro of J, P. Jtussoll.
lnff." Max,
EDUCATIONAL COLUMN.
C. II. PITTMAN, . CltOrTOM, KT..KMTOK
Old Fogy to Smart Alex.
The renders of this column will
hardly need tho tiom de jthtmc of tho
writer of tho reply to my criticism of
tho so-called progressiva ideas of
teaching grammar to giro an insight
as to tho character of tho individual.
Tlio tenor of tho nrttclo would Indi-
cato as much.
Ho starts out by bis sneering alia
bIous in showing his contempt for tho
old fashioned school teachers, and
shows how pompously ho can parado
himself before the public as their won
dorful superior. Tho teachers that
educatod tho Clays, tho Wobstors, tho
Calhoons, tho Bentous and tho Lin
coins are very small potatoes when
compared to this Smart Alox with
progressive idoas.
Ho accuses mo of not wanting to
loam nuy moro, and then goes right
ahoad and "explains" something ho
says I do not wont to know nnd rather
intimates I cannot learn it if I did.
It seems to mo that that is rathor tin
charitable if not slightly contradicto
ry. 1 mako no profbnsions of
intellect that so readily
grasps instructions as Smart Alox,
but I have receivod his wonderful at
tempt to show the virtues of this pro
gressive grammar teaching from nt
least twonty dlfforunt angles and got
a cross-eyed man, whoso vision crosses
his noso and meets again at tho back
of his hoad, to scrutinizo it and if this
great system of diagrams as taught
by Smart Alex possesses tho advan
tagos ho alleges his arguments fail to
show it.
Certainly, tho oyo of tho pupil must
first convey lessons to tho mind, but
your idea of transferring it to tho
mind and from tho mind back to tho
blackboard, (you didn't say that but
that is what this diagram 'inothod
lende to) is whore tho great perplexity
and confusion eomo in.
In arithmetic tho blackboards and
tho slates simply record what tho
mind has already determined and
it of retaining so much, but your
now progressive systom of grammar
teaching adds, after you havo learned
tho relations and offices of tho differ
ont words,ihat you must mako long
marks, short marks, curved marks and
pot hooks to perplex tho mind whon
it should bo froo to retain the ideas it
has already grasped.
It is easy to make nssortioni, but
as an ominont lawyer onco demanded,
"Whnr's tho proof," and tho assertion
that grammar, though it can bo learn-
od without, is more easily loarnod with
a diagram, needs a diagram of proof
not furnished.
Tho main question it seems to mo io
doos a completo system of diagrams,
resembling anything from a pyramid
to tho map of Africa, simplify tho
looming of tho scionco of language!
Whon that scionco of language, do-
rived from tho usage of tho best
speakers and writers, must bo loarned
boforo you can learn to promiscuously
arrango a sontonce, it strikes tho
old-field toacher as rather an
extravagant way to simplify the
Whon Smart Alox explains how you
can add to a thing and lrsson it as
adding a multiform systom of diagramming
to a simple system of teach
ings lesson tho learning tho old field
demagogic pedagogue may be
to his syt tern; till thon ho will
ask to bo excused Old Foot.
Buckner Loavoll, druggists, desires
to inform tho public thns ho is agont
for tho most Biiccossful preparation
that has yet beon produced for coughs,
colds and croup. It will loosen aud
roliovo a sovero cold in less timo than
nny othor treatment. Tho article
to is Chamberlain's Cough
Romody. It is a modicino that has
won famo and popularity on its merits,
and one that can always be dopuudud
upon. It is tho only known remedy to
prevent croup. It must bo tried to bo
appreciated. It is put up in 50 cent
aud $1 bottles.
THIS IS OFFICIAL.
Washington, Feb. 7. Tho following
lettor explains itself:
Washington, D. C, Fob. G, 1892.
Hou. J. S. Clarksou, Chairmau of tho
Republican National Committoo.
My Dear Sir: I am not a candidate
lor tho Presidency nnd my namo will
not go before tho Republican
National Convention for tho nomination.
I mako this announcomont In
duo son son, To thoso who havo tendered
mo thoir support I owo silicon)
thanks aud am most gratoful for their
confidence. Thoy will, I am suro,
mako earnest efforts In tho approaching
contost, which is roudorod
important, by reason of tho
industrial and financial rwlicloa of tho
Govornmont being at stako. Tho
popular decision on thobo issues is of
great moment nnd will bo ot far
reaching consequence.
Respectfully yours,
Jas. G. Blainr.
Colds and Coughs
croup,
soro throat,
bronchitis, asthma,
and hodrsonoss
ourod by
AyersCherryPectora!
tho safest
and most effective
emergonoy modlolne.
It should bo In ovory
family.
Dr. J. Ci Ay or & Co
Lowell, Mass.
3ft"
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SEE SJJfI
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N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. ST. LOUIS.
IfMiMshft mate dote as white as tlie suit
And -finish your YotK as sootl as begun,
clairette soap is Ming to Will do it,
Aid raving once bought it you war will me it.
DUNCAN M.
vflfijiCiiiSfc
t3?Spccial attention uitl be given
Motto: I'rotnptncss and satisfaction.
MQBXSm WHEN
to
j&
At 204 South Mam
First National Bank,
worth irom 24 men's
12 men's
24 men's
worth
Shoes, worth
6 Jackets
Small
2.75 Oeluloid
tor - 1.00 A good
1.50 - 1.15 Gilt Edge
Sin Co DP"STE3,
QUARLES, Jr.,
Watchmaker
AND
Main Street, I Towolov
In Smith's Drug Store. ("- 1
CADIZ, - - - KY.,
the lniectlon of the public tn hi
handiomellnnnt WATUIIlrt. JKf.
ULUV.srKOTACI.KS and UI.ASSKS. A lip
top eje teller to teat the leniei. When venllng
do not (all to trite Mm
call
to all kinds of REPAIRING.
Street, next door r,o
opposite Shyer's Cor I
sell the people as usual
the lowest prices.
DRY GOODS, CLOTH
HATS, MILLIN
Sis Rooms Crowded on
His first Visit and
Everybody SATISFIED
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J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D.
Tlie CelebraUa
English Specialist
Formerly Professor of Vrictlce of Uedlelnt,
Kloctrlcal Medical Colloge,
TOBOMO, 0AKAD1,
Now Exainlniuff Fliysiciau
Soullioni Medical Instltitlo,
Lat)uriLi.c, sr.
Will loAlilioI'liitnli Hotel Tburnitsy, b
11, one ilsy only, tretj tour vrrtks
MiiilDKino jc.r, iivin vs. in. lovn.
niileinanlasttrailualaof IlelleTao
miallleiUetlUolleEe, New link Mtjr, and the
rHetrtealMetllcslColteKe, Toronto, Can, lis
lis. inailo a tneclsl aimif ot tli. ill.ea.ea b
treats In the rrest Uellstue An unaiujr Ho.
pltsls f orseiersl jesra ami recofnlies no
riur ill iiiuki.uojijk nii.i iicHiins Ullllinio JJIi.
esiei. lladevcteanlllil.tlnietoilie tivatmani
of cluoniennit nerrous illieaici of IhjiIi iiitt
aim iii iKiii u ii(.t in iui ciaa or cake.
It well vaisullitixl 1'ieaU iiiwtMfnlly ,
Acute nml Clirnnlo Caturrli. IIIiikIiiit In
Kara, lear,ie,ii, IM.emr. of tlie Kju, ;Mr
No". Tlinmt, I.unra. HMncr, Ullnarr
' x"'""'
Hiitllllaililer Trouble.,
llilulit'a ilUeme. Dlabetea. I)rtu.i..iM -.... .
tlpatlon. lllieiiniatUin ami i'siahii.. '
ItplleuiYorfltaixMlllvelv cute.
iounii or i men mfforlnr from
8leinialorrliea. Jumutenrr. l.riiulloiu, tha
reaull. of eiioi a or i'ie.x;i, : iiilenll licfura
"o B""inuo a cure it cats
baa uot gone too far.
Superlluom balr ami all erttntloni of I lie faes
perinaiieiillyrt mill eil,
niood and Skin Dlsoasos,
Aa8rplillj,Hirnfiil, Slllcliire, (let, et.
piioe(iliiuiiifii,.iialiaouei)rrlioa, ntln.
fill iiienitniatlon.ilWpliie.piimiof wivnli
pains In bark sl.oil tlui.
llivlliHlur carrlc. all lilt oiili
nienuanil roue. iirepsiHiltoimiiilfls tlie ino.1
obvtiru xiiKlleAl ami mirsleal ,
lla uml.rtik.. no Ineurahl ttlieatca but
rutrfkiiniliiiLglrrt upioille.
CoiistilUilnii Kiro ami Coufliloiitlal.
Aildre
Tlio 8outliorn Meillcal ami Surfical
luitlttito,
lfUlATMM, lulirll!,K7,
ner, where he will
the best of goods at
Call on him for
ING-, BOOTS, SHOES,
ERY, Etc.
A llaiirfill MC.,.
Mother Tlml young man seemed to
be very affable last mght. Did he propose
befoto ha left?
Danffhter Xo, he didn't propose
but ho blow rings of tobacco
imolto In tho air, so he must havo been
thinking ot engnjreinetit rings, orsomt.
thing of that Mirt Texas Hidings.
Allowing an averavwelghtof four
pounds to the brain, deducting one-fourth
for blood anil vesxcls and another
fourth for external Integument,
it may bo said that each grain of brain
substance contains not less than 20S.312
traces or linpic&sloui ot Ideas.
gUP0fflQ
OKttS J52V,?OY
Both tlio metlioJ uud results wlien
Srup of Figs is taken, it is pleasant
and refreshing to 'lie Uuto, and xee
gently yet promptly ou tbo Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system
effectually, dispel cold, head-aches
and fevers nn) cures habitual
constipation. Syruf of Figs is tho
only remedy of iU kiud over produced,
pleasing to thu taste and acceptable
to tho stomach, prompt iu
its action and truly beneficial in its
effect, prepared only from tho most
healthy nnd agreeable gufotances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and havo iualc H tho most
popular remedy known
Byrup of Figs it 101 sab in 50o
and $1 bottles lir all leading drug-
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not liuvo it on hand will pro-euro
it promptly fox nny one who
wishes to try iL Do uot accept any
substitute.
CALIFORNIA FW SYRUP CO.
SM FIIAKCISVU iMt,
tavismu Kt irt rpi vr
Tbt llapb rpUelt r
WAYNE'S
OINTMENTS1 IT J
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mm matiiaiftsL ini i
Ur. sumii. lUh. mil"
k.7tDtiasia AS Ik tk.r
& i.iAd. u. Aa.Uf.vlBT
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floll iy Jflfi ' -M r U for W f u . AiiTf Os,
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This is the way of tho world. AVc don't complain, but rathor congratulate you upon buyiig goods at
such low pricos as wc havo boon selling thorn at for the past 30 days. Our stock is siill largo, and tho wonderful
bargains wo have boon giving for some time will bo continued throughout this month. Why not
avail yourself of this great opportunity of buying goods lower than you over bought them before?
Your choice of any Overcoat in the house
$15 to 22.50, for 12.69.
33 1-3 per cent, taken off of any suit.
36 pairs Men's and Lace V. Calf
$1.9, for $1.00.
24 pairs $4 and 4.50 Geo Hooker's shoes
10 prs. children's Pebble Goat, worth 1.50
8prs. children's 13, 1 and 3, grain Gaiters
Mil
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A Call For McKenxIe.
To Hon. Jaiies A. McKenzie:
Wo tho undersignd citizens aud voters
of tin's tho "2nd Congressional
Dist. of Kentucky" do petition you to
become a candidate to represent this
District in tho Lower IIou of tho
next Congress of tho United states:
Feb. 1st, 1892.
Jno 11 Sergeant , l,aa OaiH.tt
K. J. Alnriidjr llnrver mhIIIi
J (i.Mcllau I) .1 bniltli
t W.l'.rter 11 .1. William.
K. M O'llrlen r Forfcr
Jno II. r.uitleton J
W ll.Clin.UIn
It. I. Moore F. K. hnglnwl
J limes Vtuplim W. It. je rcentit
.1, II Kiirgeisuii W. II. ll4te
J. W. W UlTanw Sari Mliehe
J. It, WimikIi W I.Morrte
W W, Keeling (lull1 Tntj
W W Wiw.1 . A.llatKmM
J.r.llrngfC ().(!. llormlnt
It. It .Monlton Lolc Dleklmmi
W. W'.lironauKh I.. T. Miller
W. W. Uirnett Jno r Uarnelt
V A.Gtrnett It U Jnm6ii
T 1) Jameson ,Mlit
It. Y I'cn.llctoii, Sr. V. I'anitfetcn.Jr.
It. II Dudley W II llixjnaugli
J. It. llrouauih It.ll.mlth
W. K, litimit , II. II. Mllltll
W. It. IiUITUt .1. .V 1 in mi
W.llolIU C. V. Ilnrrt
C. A. Ixk C. K. llroitnuicli
J. II. lc.'!ae S r. W Unlit
C. K. Illickwell h n.
It.T tlitllou It r.uhiitoii
Euttlcc A. Hall
A Clerical Masonic Veteran.
Atthorecont annual assembly of
tho Grand Masonic Council of Royal
and Select Masters for tho Stato of
Illinois, tho Kov. Ileury G. Perry of
tho Chicago Espiicopal Clergy, was
elected Grand Chaplain Tor tho 20th
consecutho yoariu oftico. Ho was
also Chaplain of tho
Votoran Association of Illionis,
Prolato of Chicago Commnndory,
Knight Tomplar, Chapliin of Siloan
Council, Washington Koyal Arch
Chapter, and Ashlar Lodge; and is
Honorary member of Oriental Consistory
S12d degroo, of Chicago, aud of
tho Grand Koyal Arch Chapter of
Illinois. Tho opening odo as follows,
from his pon, was sung nt tho high
ceremonial of placing tho cspestono
on tho now Masonic Fraternity
Stato and Randolph streets, by
tho most worshipful tho Grand Lodgo
of Freemasons of Illionis.
rLACINO THE CAPE-STONE.
(lly ItetVHcnry 0. Terry, M, K.T.,I Chicago.)
IlolCratlnwn, bclioM now ivlint tilumpli H
cur; . .
Since the fti ucturo Mctonlc thut Ileal i nward
loner.
Unique In propoitlon, romiiMc In each part.
It (tanili In jiroitil proof ot Ixtth Silence ami Art.
Ilyiilnml), fqnaro ami leTcl, Ihla work liatli
been wrought,
Mark well, then, c crattuncn, herein what Is
tauht.
The Jla.ter'a "on guanl" while the workmen
toll on.
Till the Cape-Stone U placeil an. I tho lmlhllng
bo done.
Your jeal, pcracveiance. llilellty, loie.
unucr jum woo lor go.i uirecii. ,ruw nmu',
I'nlto Tou to Plan, and for, ami frame,
To fluuh thcao "High. Cnrt" In Maeonr)'a
name)
With trowel, nnd compare, and troatlc, we're
thmutli
with them, for u now theic'a no more to
uo.
Lctloyorery tilal we'Tomu wltliclTvo,
As the Capo-Stone exnltunt tie rait" to H"
pines,
And iheCratt with u will the "gland lion on',
Kliel!
Thrice three!! I and, long ulc.t, may thy
cihnod lite
W'ltnmlnd, heait, andfOiil, uplift lotho lr,
Ourpralic, a one, rorOod'a glory ou Mghi
LUMINOUS DACILLl.
A Teeulliir Tjiia uf Huttrui t .1.' flri
emte. Umn.
Published iIIwissIoiih mill t Vn i
on this subject Jiavo for tlio in l i 'irt
been confine'! hi ckclaMrt'.y t. il'.bu;uu
germs thnt for tho live ,'is rcailei tho
incrciuieiitlnii of tho "liuclllt ' Is
sufllciciit to con jure nil visions ot
cholera, diphtheria, tutieteuliMls, and
other of tho many Ills which tlenh l
heir to. Nevertheless, the hUtorr of
disease irerras Is hut small li ranch of
tho science of bnoteriuloiry, which cm
braces thu study of an In fin He variety
ot life forms, pome of which aro slranlv
Innocuous to lilfhcr oranlnras, others
essential to their and all
deserving of careful study.
Amonif tho many intorehtliifr types In
tnls world or life laid bare by tha microscope
aro those which gcucrato light
Tho bacteria have been classed,
to their shapes, us spherical,
cylindrical and spiral; tho luminous
creatures with which o aro now con.
earned bolonfr to the cylindrical or bacilli
typo.
It Is a matter of common observation
Hint raw nesu or iHu exmiilts a
Isli luminous appenranco In tho darlr.
This luminosity Is duo to tho prcsenco
of a bacillus to wliluli tho namo
riiosphoroseem." has been
given. Under thu It exhibits
Itself as n Mioit, thick Htnff,
rounded and Mlil ut both ends. This
luminous bacillus Is very widely
tllifuscd. Tho rcadl.'kt nu'uiit, for
it nro to Institute ipsoarches
In fresh nca.tlsli. Tulse tome flush herrings
or othor sen (Kli, plaoo them In a
covered dUh, or lietwecn to plates at
a tompcratnro of sixty degreos or upwards,
and after an Interval of frequently
not jnoro than twenty-four
hour.i, lumiiipuH spots will appear on
tho surf acq of thu Huh nnd spread rapidly,
eovorlni? the whole lUh In tha
course, generally of tho second day. If
wo now leao tho fish ttneured for, putrescence,
duo to tho uctlon of other
bacteria, will set In, aud lis it extends
tho beautiful phosphorescence
dUnpnearx, The luminous bacilli
which nourished or a time under conditions
avorablo to their well being,
have irono down In tho struggle for existence
with another tot of bactorU
btUer adapted to tho
C9fllulon.'rJ,Horjry Digest,
Ho
II iiil
blaok, late style stiff Hats worth 1.25 for 1.00
blaok low crown fur H ata " 1. 50 & 2 .50
black wkln brin crease
1.25 to 1 50, for
and Pants, winter wt.,
lotOeluloid collars
cuffs
assortment of flu linn
Shoe Polish
STJCCBSSO t.& TO
XDXGXZZ'SZZ: dz
JftezJF
COH, SEVENTH
HOPKINSVILLU, -
- i'i"i' mimiHiiiiiiH. i'umn.i,,rnii. tltt tn toinnittVi
. i .,.! ' "! M.'M , ,'.n
KOKI.AIMls I'M I VI. AT
T. It. ItANCOl K, It It.
Lateof llaneocl. Ilalluni A to. 1 u uiiii
ancocE. witurs uo.
TOBACCO
AND GOMMiSS 0 4 MERCHANTS.
Haaoock Warehouse, T R'CK'
MAIN STKECT, FRONTING WHARF.
LIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS ON
f
rf , A"2tft J "
For ,Sali liy IUwr& KljrtB, Hnplfu., ifc, Ky
Ky., V. I). TlrpHPr. Kdrvlw, Kj.
TKK WMKD
LATH AIJSXAKDRKS HOTEL.)
Corner Je Cenon, awl 6ren opUe Onurt llouet, rul.ll.. jc
Jtocontly ronovat! from teJIar to root All MmWn i
cludiufrstonnihoat,ulovator,oWtrieclll)olis and tlPffraph offic. 'Eitic
uuui.KuiwiniiiiinonnusecwtaHtfiojiitH. Eloctrio cars pass tb dw
for al parts of tho city. 52.50 r Dir.
i CWkn w' R' L0GAN.
J. L. MARSHALL Jn
T. C. HANIIKUY.
m
HANBCRY k SMRYER. Proprs.,
ST,KTVIUC.Vlirfi AKIJ 11TII. IIOI'ICIXSVILLK. I
Jtu. Four tn. ..( ,j,. ., ,,al, Wboral advaut'M o?t
bacco In .loiv. .U .. m..i..., ,1, ., ..nnviso In" rurte.l at thlZV
IJ.I. i iri....,r tM,,, and tnwnsiew.
HAU.UOA1)
, rVIIKKM It fl II. rAMV,
WHEKEE,
TOBACCO WAREHOUSEMEN
And Commission Merchants and
DEALERS,
FIRE-PROOF WAREH0U8E, ! 8KVOTAV.,85,m'
Uberal A.tvanco on ConUp.me,,!, A)l rui,sc, Sent to u.Vorere"!! b, iu.nrsset
111
NAT QAITIIKU.
Wt
& Wats '.
riiOPKlETQRS
Planters: Warehbnse.
Tobacco & Wheat Commission Morolinm
XQplclnHvillo, IZy.
&j&.?m:tj'3&x
t'l.iMlKSVIM.K,
MANTTFAOTTJHhR
01' -
SCOTCH.
and
MONUMENTS,
and
. .,. w.sftj!.'?)) Vllei'il) . VMII1,'
crown Hats
.85
worth l.0, for
.07
.15
odliars worth 20 for .05
.10
(SuecortoX'olkUaniWr.)
liivory, Ieed And Sals
Stable,
AXD VIHOIXIA STS.
KENTUCKY
,. HWqi N.Jnitll MlKtrtlriKo 'n'otf
IK.NriUX ilKS IO IKIARDI.VOIIO KM
WITHFIUs IIKXC. BIITD,
IIuiu.Im A Major. lluwell. Kr.
7O0ACCO IN STORE.
OR, ra?,L!OTT'tf " '
Medicated Food,
a Stir Curo for nl tvlocnso t le
v-
HORS O '
Cr.tt!e, Sheop and Hogs
nsUt f.atXiimrUJe of tLe I laoi, m4
rosoUosat Dcroajim nla.
nf:n SlffiT OS W0RH3. m C IBTA1S
, STiONOFHOG' .(. )t.
J. Y. Cal mh'm, Trr ntosj
S
1 lj.1. jamt
W.r.SIIttTKK
WAREHOUSE,
JOIIX.N. MILLS.
MILLS & CO.,
Jki. WE8T.
x:o Do-soar"
. TKNN"
IMPORTO.w
ITALIAN" MARBLE
SWEDE XAa,au';
tho mosi: desirable f
TABLETS
STATUARY. 'S?.
nviinil,,,... ., .i....
JN'onc but tho boat material, used.' ' "" '
frm. V. M. WHITLOW is pur Solicitor for
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