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locals i f enlt ier line each Insertion, ltstet
sdYtrlltemtnlt furnished on sp
Offlca 18 Hi 10 Hlatt Strut.
1st Wnnl J. BvrouWcst
'M " M. O. Forbes.
ikl " Dr. A. E, Boutly.
Uh " V. W. Dabuuy.
(Kh " E. M.Flnck.
7th " W.J. Withers
Election Deo. 10, 1KI2, in nil of tho
m sovon ardn. Votlus uuder tho old
vivn voco livw, an tho prcMMit consti
tutiou tlooa not njiply to citicH until
Tho Illinois Cankers' Association
has abolished tho three days of
was Bhot in tho ueek at St.
Louis by Capt. D. D. Anthony. His
wound is not fatal.
Albert Wing, tho was
captured in Now Orleans and bos
been brought back to Louisville for
trial. His caso has been sol for Dee.
Hon. J. T. Caldwqll, tho now
who succoods Judgo Fnttorson,
was sworn in Wodnosdoy. Mr. F. V.
Conbost, suecossor to Congressman
Adams, was also seated iu tho Houeo.
Nebraska Kopublicans nho kopt
Gov. Boyd out of his office for two
years, aro riowtrying to steal tho
from flio Populists, claiming
that their ballots nero not properly
Mrs. Loaso is charging Jerry Simpson
with having turned Democrat
Jerry has doclarod that ho
a -Democrat as Senator from
Kansas, becauso tho Democrats
helped to carry tho Stato.
Tho members of tho Legislature nro
at it again. As some of them hnro
rented houses, moved thoir families
and efarlod' their children to the
Frankfort schools, the long-suffering
public can seo at a glanco what Is in
storo for tho tax-payers.
Among the speakers who orated at
(ho jnemorial services of Hon. Lnlmn
T. Mooro, hold in tho IIouso Wednesday,
was a Mr. Thos. S. Pettit, if
wo caught tho uamo correctly. If
this is the samoFottit who thought ho
ll'na n tfvnnrliflntn Tnr Criiwrraaa III,
poo pie willjjlouni for tho first time
where he is now "nt."
Fresh Rumors of a Sale
"There is a boliof in financial cir
cloatlint C.P.Huntington will (lis
poso of tho Newport News and
Bissioi Vallov road boforo verv lomr .
nud that It is hia ultimate intention to
orn Pacific interests. Mr. Hunting- i ' '"' of maKh 'H 17 "l"ures, or nearly
ton has.f found that lo look nfter a tlirM luil"a froni fctl,rt t0
running from Now Orleans to 1'ho toll gates of tho Union
Francisco., consumes his entire ' ,,.(0 Co. will bo thrown opou to-night
time, The beliof that Huntington j(0 all rutiflers.
will &irth?jfewporl News and Mis-,
PROQRAM ANQ LINE OF MAncH.
8 ssippi Valloy is basod on tho recent
sale of tho Eastern division of that
rjad, runuiug bolweon Loxingtou ami
Ailaud, to tho A'nudorbilt interests,
represented in tbo Chosapeako and
Ohio. Then tho fact that tho Louis-
lie, Now Orleans and Texas, thu
Mississippi Valley's strongest ally,
has been boon purchased by tho
Central servos to strengthen
tho opiuiou that Huntington will at
an early day sell if, iudcod, ho bus
not already disposod of his stock.
"Ono thing Is certain. When
does noli it will only bo when
ho gots his price Tho roud is a good
ouo aud it is getting better every day.
Tho stock Is held nt n good figure 11
is said thu Louisville and Nnshvillo
came within an aco of taking in th-1
road not long ago, though ovorything
was dono Iu Wall street and nothing
about it was knowii In tho oflicos
hero, with tho possible exceptiou of
onomau. To Illustrate how determined
Huntington ii to get his price,
it is stated that there was only a difference
or 50,000 Iu tho amount of-
force! by tho Loulsvillo and Nnshvillo
mid tho figure hold by Huntington. '
"Aside from Jho financial boliof that
tho road is for sain thero is n feeling i
iu rail roud circles that tho Illinois1
Central will gat tho line. Rut this is i
mere coujecturo. llowovor, .tl.o 1111- j
nam Central or the Louisville aud
Nnshvillo would bo thn lines inotl
likely to got it It a sale worn mado."
Tf tho L. and N. should buy tho 0
V end of this road, the Hopkiiisvillo
Mibbcription monoy would have to bo
refunded, under tho terms of the
ooHtruct made by tho city.
Tho Novembor uumbor of tho New
Englaud Mugazine is a Whit tier num
bcr. Tho frontispioco is from u raro
photograph of tho poet taken about
1850, and the oponfug articles take
tho roader in about tho New Englaud
country) which Inspired bo much of
Wliiltloi'u poetry nud is so associated
with imu.ru man, It is by William
Sluauo Kennedy, whoso uionogroph of
Whittier was o woll received. Anoth
f r urticlo deals with WhHtier ns Poet
utid Mun, and Ja by l'Vunces 0.
Allou Hustmou Crosi
a fine iooiu, "Tho 1'asslug of
Whlttler." Mr.KilwIn D. Mosd, tho
tho chief editor of the magazine, deuta
with Whlttwr'a life, work unci inuu
With favorable weath
er it will be a
Nothing Hut ltnln I'nn 31 nr Its
OVER 100 SOLDIERS COMINQ.
Tho committees hava all completed
their preparations for tho great ratification
tcnight and inclomoiit weather
is tho only thing that can prevent tho
biggest nirair of tho kind cut fcoon in
Tho principal orators will bo Mr.
McKonzie, Hon. John S, Khcn, Elector
Ward Headley anil Hon. Jas. B.
Garnett. Thero will bo n full complement
of local speakers to follow.
Capt. Ellis unfortunately cannot bo
pro9cnt, as tho Henderson Committee
secured tho first promise.
Tliri'O companies of militia will bo
prosent, from Paducab,Frincotou and
Hopkinsvillc. Morotlian lOOholdicrs
wilt bo in line.
There will bo costly and very
olaborato floats. Tho young ladies
havo taken a lively interest in tho af
fair and nearly all of tho pretty girls
in tonn will nesist in "decorating"
Great caro lias been taken to havo
tho transparencies tho most attractive
to bo designed. Mr. Rudolph
has designed most of tho cartoons
and some of them would do
credit to "Puck." Tho lettering was
dono by Mr. N. C. Harris.
Tho Fire Department ill bo iu
line and has been located near tho
front, so as to bo ablo to get
iu caso of u tiro.
TliPto will lo some special humorous
which uiiiit lis Beoii to
Torches will bo (linlrtbuti'tl from
the rear of Hooter & Ballard's, on
Cighth street. Captains of the fqimi
nro requested to call for torches for
till of their men nt ome, and bring ten
cents for each torch. Tiiis is nbout
half prieo for tho torches complete,
and each man can pay ten cents and
(ako his torch homo with him as a
souvenir. Geo Bradley will have
charge of tho torches uiiilj thoso
wanting them can speak to him today,
and havo their ord.'rs filled in
Transparencies will be distributed
by another committeeman from" tho
mine ticiniiy. Tho exact pluco will
l announced this evening.
It is eipoetod thai thero will bo not
!ui thau 1,200 inoumo men in lino,
i.i ny nothing of features of
,l10 procohsicn. The column is ex-
l'Ll ,01 lo ll" ""'o '"'! Tr.b
tTUiMATlON Or LINT..
'1 l.u head of tho procession will
form at Main and Ninth streets Out
North ifuiu to Secoud, Eecoud to
Clay, Clay to Seventh, Seventh to
Cauipboll, Campbell to Fourteenth,
Fouitooulh to Virginia, Virgiuia to
Eighteenth, Eighteenth to Main and
down Main to Court llousn.
Piocossion will form al tl:!W o'clock
Clunf Marshal, Memucau 11. Nol-
sou; Assistants, William Ii. Ragsdale,
lii.ckrtor Leavell, John Ii. Groon,
Chnrlo.1 F. Jarrott, Alexander S. Trib-bin,
Lucion C. CrnvcuH, Matthew S.
Major, Livingston L. Hiickuer an I
Jus. U. WinfrH; The -Marsh il will
do'uil nssmtouts to have charge ot
-Mounted iolicomen, Firo department,
baud of music, marshal mid
his aides on horseback, carriages
containing Speakers and escorts,
invited guests, Mayor and City
-Float, "Tho Soljd South."
1 Military Companies, headud by
2 Float, "Columbia Welcoming Her
fl--Font, "Democrucy Triumphant."
1 llethol Feinnlo Collfgu Flout.
2 FJoat. "Tho Dutch Havo Tiihoii
"Rack to Indlimapolis."
1 Hopklusvilh) liorsuiiioii boariug
Cuuuty DomocruU on horsnback ns
1 Pembroke, Fairvluw, Cusky nud
Mt. Vernon delegations, to form
on Ninth Street, east of Main.
2 Concord, Dogwood ami IllulT
Springs, to form o.i Virginia street
headed oil Ninth.
U Barker's Mill, Howell,
lluv rly, Lufuyette, Heuuoltstowu
uud ither South Christum dolegn
tions, to form ou South Virginia,
hoaded ou Tenth street
1 Nowhteitd. Jiiluni, Oracoy uud
Ralubrldge districts to form on
Wuter street, houdeil on West
1 -Footmen with torches.
2 Pritalo vehlelos, ,
ri Colored Democrats' headed by tho
Hopklnsvillo Cornel Hand.
A Rosebud Dinner.-Tho
er$ uamo luvokes n vision of
lout'y young girls, fragrant llowors,
soft lights, entrancing music, and
youth nud hope and love and all
things bountiful. Were you eer
enough to bo a guest nt onoT
Or do you know how this delighttul
society function is conducted 7 Vou
ought to know, whether you hnwi
daughters to bring out or not) and
you may loarn all about it, etiquette
and eerythiiig, Ihroilghtho charming
papercharmingly illtiMratcd, entitled
'A Dcbiilniilu'H Winter iu New York,"
published in Family
ne lur Dccemlir. Them urn
KirlniitH of (lie himcutcd Mim,
lleujuuiiii lliirninii, uiul Kngland's
lost piwt luiireale, Teiinytoii. 'If ion
are in doubt what presents to muKo
for Christmas, jou can't do better
than consult tho "Homo Art" Department
in this comprolionsio number
of uu ideal Family Mngaziue, which
coutnins something of intirest to
ono who may open it,--good
fitoriesood poems, lots of vulmtblii
suggestion, and nearly .TOO superior
illustrations. And all i furnished for
20 cents u copy, or i'2 a ) ear. Published
by W. Jen.mmis ID
East Uth St, New York
To Chlgago In Fourteen Hours,
Froqi Nnshvillo via tho EvaiiBvilto
route. This cannot bo beaten.
from nil joints South ami
Southaast make close connection in'
Union Depot nt Nnshvillo with an elegant
vestibuled train via this route
through to Chicago without change,
Lcuo Nnshvillo 7,J'i p. in , arrive
at Chicago 10:40 a. in. An elegant
breakfast soned iu tho dining car
from 7 a. m. to 10 a m. For sleeping
car reservation", maps, timo tables,
1. A. CAJirilBLL,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Eansville, Ind.
S, fj. Uourns,
South. 1'nss. Agt., Chattanooga, Tenu.
"Richard and his Swvtheart Nell,'
song and chorus, quarto, sent free to
any address by Bro. Mfg
Co., South Bend, Ind., on receipt of
stamp to cover p.-s' .iu and mailing.
Tho lersoi reluttt Ihahturj of a drive
taken by Richard JiudNill. Tbo tit l.
pago has an elegant picture, sHviall
deign nl by tin artis1, Gray
showing Rich.ird Hint his swietliin1
about stiirlmg ..'ito.i thoir mniuoi ib!i
drive Tho words, of course, coiiiti
tuto ,i lovo. story. Ttio sh.ir.i in it of
Tho inclddy is dulightful, mid was
compost d for tl.ov.ords by thu well
mnsiedl F. Sudds
December iiiakef, tho opening uiiiii
erbof TUoNun Peterson UU llluMra
ted mau'sziuo dovottnl sololv to l.tor.i
turO ni'd art Tho name.s of the el
itorsnroa host iuthemselvts;tlioy com
prifco Friink Loo Howard
Seolv, Ortavo riia.iut, mid AI. G. Me-'
,.,,. . , ., , i ""linn i" mi- iiiHiiTvrr ui i
CJolliMid. Among ,hncuiitiibutori.iio.j.All,Hrj,I,i .
such names usli E 1UW, I- W, Hlg Kmsr Humbert ..f Italy has written I
giiison, Iliiinjinli'irl m I, Jjs'ph lur. i a letter in whlelt lit. askn that tho txt
land, John Vance Clieney, William i l"-11'1"1 Intfiitlon of his .ubjecU to I
, . ,r . .. . (rat'irr fur a irlft to him- I
Archer. Ma.garei Kent, hVuecv., '
.,, ,,. on , ;,,,, f
liitril.vill Uavis, Uerlrmiii Atliorlioru, tlielr silver wtshlinrf in April next ahull
Ruth McEntr;, .Sluurl, Ch.irlos W. Iw elmiijrctl sous to have tlm
l'"el to various charitable l.iatltutlons
Coleman -in short, (ho cro.im of the
, , "llt ollicots.
ossayuts, story writer,, nud pouts n. Tht. motllPr . Ul( ule kln(f o(
thoeuiiro longth nud breadih of the Spain li.is learned a traile. and recent-country,
Tho Nov Petersou will Uj ' W. It IsmiM, ifave practical cviilcnce ot
the cheapest literary magazine in tlm
world, yet tlm uumo.s quoted abom
inn a guaranty that in every rosp'S'l
it will bo tho equal cf tho Li ,'i o t
priced li orary moiitnlios. Our rea I r.
should not fail to send for it. Terms
$203 a year; SI.OJ lor six mouths. A
sample number will bo sent for fiv
oouts. Addles The' Peterson Mnga
ziuo On., Philudelphiu.
i i ,i ii .i i i
j HOME HINTS ANO HELPS.
Water cress contains much sulphur
and Is one of tho best remedies for
scurvy known. It should bo eaten raw
A remisly for excessive perspiration,
to b.i mado into a lino powder and
applied to tho hands nnd feet, or j suecred In piliihjr au audience with the
nprin'ileil Inside of gloves or btooklnifs, i arclibUhop must. Indeed, lie very con-Is
as fullowa, liti'bolic aold, one parti 'f'il The arehliNhop makes
burnt ii Hun, four partsj starch, twp' It n rule tu :.iit his Interviewers
hundred parts) I'rcnuh chalk, fifty1
parts; oil of lemon, tiw part. -i-Petrol)
Tho Use of Salt: Malt sprinkled
upon any substauco that Is burning
will stop thu smoko and blaze. Halt
sprinkle'd upon coals that aro blazing
from tho fat of broiling chops will
causo the llama to subside Salt used
upon carpets when sweeping will
brighten them and not as a preventtvo
et moths. Ladles' Homo Journal.
Ilrtdcsinatds of the now wedding
will wear dombtraln desses In Kmplro
style of silk, chiffon, or other claborata
rnaterlul, and largrt llalnnhorough ot
Kmplru h.Tts. Tlio of linn,
or, who go In-fore tho bride, are among
tho most picturesque features of tin)
bridal procession, and aro dressed In
simple, straight Umpire gowns of white,
often mado with lingo sleeves and
trimmed with ojd laco.
Krult Cake: This will keep good sl.i
tuonths or more. Two cups of sugar,
ono of molasses, two pounds of ralsliu
sceilcil, ono or scailluss, ono cup of butter,
ono cup of sour Cream, ouo of sour
milk, one-fourth pound of citron, six
eggs, tavoltwo of tho whites for frosting,
a teuapoouful each of nutmeg, cinnamon,
oloves and satin Hour enough to
make vory stiff, IUko In a moderately
hot oven one hour. Home.
Oyster Sauce: Tithe two quarts ot
oysters, wnsli them nut of thu liquor
wllh the handy to get nut nil Ik grit
let the liquor stand and settle, then
drain It Into a add a little
msec, uud sot It to boll two
spoonfuls of Hour Into half a pound of
button stu tliU Into tlo bolllugMlquor
ami let it again boll up. then put In t.ho
oysters and give lto.ui boll liaiio It In
nu oyster dish. llnstou Ilndgrt,
A pretty book-case' may bo ina.lii
frpm a box. Out ono aliont
the holght you wish your cne,nud fit
In shelves nt different heights after
having sandpapered tho case both
anil outside. Then irlvo the whole
a cent of chorry or mahogany stain, m
vrefurrcd. Then hang curtains on .a
ThR Nckt fltrtAto
Klnlri. Smnrii Tot. rp'f.
AlnbainA i.tnhtiT Itnignn Horn 1M.
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(lifnir ,ii it'iivr ttt't lyi)
I'utiiiccllcnt till tiiic ii. tit i isyj
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ti.iiicti Hcim litri
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John 1. June ,l(ei ml
Nt'tmla 1'uli IMM
William h.Ui.imllerl(rii IMU
N. Ilnmlilit (lalltnicrr licp mi;
lotui u jicciieoun item Ifdi
t'r .lotfcy Dcm liar
Hatlil II. Illll iii'in i mi;
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John li.Mltrliell .Ilej. isir
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Jim1)!! M.Catcy .Sep tu.
W foiiilit)r Fll ISS9
Itep lillrnn II
We oiror One lluudriHl Dollars Rowan!
for any case of Catarrh that can
not bo Cured by Hall's Catarrh .Cure.
F. J. Chenev .t Co , Props., Toledo, O.
We, tho uutlersiguod, have knowu
F .1. Cliuiie for tho last lOyears, and
believo him perfectly houorablo in nil
business trauiii'Mions and financially
able to carry out mi) obligations Hindu
by tln'ir linn
Wei.1 A: Triiux, whott'sulo diuggihl,
Tul-'do, O , Wuliiing. Kmnaii ii Mar
vni, i!rii)f." ht, Ptilts;lo, Ohio
H.iII'k Ciit.irrli (.'urn ii tiiktt
iinlli, acting dirifily upon the
ml llliicoii" mm fares of thn sytitem
7,'ic liotlle hold bf jil
1'tt tiiiiiiiinlx free,
PCftSONAL AND LITERARY.
Within li'vs than h tlnzeii yearn tlia
I wnrltt h5 Inst larlyle (18SI),
HiMirRV Kllut (IhSI). t.iinvfvlluw (IS81).
, lliniT.on (tS8'J), Arnoia(lSSS)
lvl), Wult Wliitm.ui lsJJ),(uori;o
l Wlllliini Curtis (H'JJ), Wluttlcr (18W)
' unit Tvnnj son (IV'J'i).
,)r n,nr. M ,.,,.,,, i,B8Com.
I pletnl an nocount of the life of Ids (a-
l,", hnithir. Cyrus W. Ficlil, whom
John llrlhtfallisl the miMlrrn Colum-bus.
Tho work, which will In
n. few vveolis. will treat particularly of
tlio lnylnrr f the tluntic cable, an
wlilch was probably the most
alilllty on thu occasion of a visit to
the manufactory of mosulcs at Orlo,
peiir San KeiiiKtinu. In ono o( the
sliiips the rpiuun rcfc'onl naked ono (jf the
uiii'hii.on to IrttWtake l.U plat-e, ipoo
iliiinj,' wliloh sliu very hldltf ally tlaUhni
thu iiiin.il ic which he hud comuiunccst.
Mrs. Miirtlm Annie Ilex, the ajoj
ivomiin w hn has (raineil notoriety
bv her recent visit to and kind reception
by Queen Victoria, hail been saving
for fifty years. She la
When a vhlhl alio was sold into
slavery with twelve brothers and sisters,
'J'hn aud blsfcra were
lont shfht of, but liar father- managed
to buy her liberty and hi own, and
they went to Mbcria,
Archbishop Corrlpv !s n difficult
man to interview Especially Is this so
upon subjects to church
in, ittcrs. The Interviewer who does
ways rend their notes to hliu Uiforo al-
lowing llieiu tu This caution
was iisv uausmi uy errors puiiiuiieit
il.iiluir tlui Mcdlymt
- It was Mr. WhlttWs wish tliatM,
H. T I'ickanl, of Portland, Arc, whom
he named ns his literary executor,
fchoulil prepare a biography, If there
should be any fall fornn arc-mint of hli
life. This work has hen undertaken
by Mr. rickartl who rripiests that
who havo letters of the poet, wlilch
mllfht prove fcii'vlei'iible in the preparation
of a blonijihy, will send them tu
him. They w II) bo carefully kept and
l'rliice MatTni Sehfra has had suit
brought niriiinst him for selling hit
valuable prtvnte iritllury uutaldtt of
Italy. It has Just beeomu known
that he Mniijyli'il the pli' tines acrosa
the frontier aiuonir the scenery and
stage furnishings of thu Train Qtilrluo,
of which liu wns iiiiu of the stouldiiilil
ois, Thtt theater is bnuk of his palace,
and he had the asslstaucu of thu
In his It Iti doubtful
If the plcturea will ever Iki returned,
but, at least, the prince will probably
havo to pay u heavy fine.
Wllllitin 'f. Adams, better known tu
tho world as "Oliver Optic," thu popn.
lar wrltor of storlt's for Iwys, is n
man of seventy. Por thirty
years lie has lived In h IiuiuIsoiiio fruuie
house, back from thn street. In uld Dorchester
town, with o tine vlrw of I)or
Chester bay from tlio tower uud nn orchard
In tho rear. lie Is courteous oven
to autograph hunters, nnd entertains
many friend, lie wus a toucher for
twenty yea is, lias been a
superintendent as loiiif, serred a term
Jn tho state leglsbtturd, declining
and has written nearly a thousand
"I don't think I'll over marry," said
tho summer girl. "Why?" "llecauso
then I'd havo to quit becoming engaged."
She "Miss Fuisanfenther Is pas-
SOIENOE AND iNDUSTRyi
-Ono million nnd a half men work In
tho oo.vl mines of tho world. Of thesa
England Im s .in V.0D0: I'littedHtatcs, 30..
000; Ocrmany, 'iVi mil; llitlgluin, 10a,O00;
Itussla, 44.0)1. Tu.- world's miners of
metal number 4,000,000.
-Cocaine sometime kills. This fact
was forclblydcmonstrnted In thoenso of
llenjamln M. Noo nt llellovue hospital,
New York, recently. Death cuino almost
ns soon ns tho drug was administered
and tho doctors do not doubt
that cocaine was the fatnl agent
A French technical Journal recommends
tho nso of coal for water-?
roofing masonry. A small amount of
ndln rublwr dissolved by benzine will
Increase Its durability. It should bo
applied boiling hot, nn 1 If tho color
should lie objectionable Item bo dusted
with plaster of parls boforo drying.
It was lately quoted In llritlsh shipping
circles its n proof ot tho depression
affecting shipping trvlo that u
splendid Iron bark of 'J, 000
tons register, owned on thcClyd.', cumo
Into port from Australia In ballast, was
unable to got n cargo, nnd s tiled back
for tho antipodes n?.vlu with tho saino
ballast she brought with tier.
Tho whale Industry was taken up
early by the New Ungl.in I colonies,
and at first thu fishery was prosecuted
by boats from tho shore In tho first
part of tho eighteenth century, however,
thu whales had lioen driven off,
nnd vessels were now IHUvlout for their
pursuit from Nantucket, Capo Cod,
Martha's Vineyard and New Iledford. In
1834, tho trnfUo reached Its culmination,
Clouds continue U form around
storms tn a continuous sheet, thickest
near tho center ot tho storln nnd thinnest
nnd highest nt Its outir limits.
The temporoturo Is high in front of
storms and tow In thoir rear. Tha first
Indication of an approaching storm are
the finely drawn out. fibrous clouds,
which may bo ono hundred miles In
of the storm,
A correspondent of Nature gives
tho following Interesting facts relating
to tho strength possessed by certain
animals. The shell-less limpet pulls
1,084 times Its own weight when In the
air, and nbont double when Immersed
In wntor. Pasting fleas on an average
pull 1,493 times their own dead weight,
while the Mediterranean co.'klc, Venus
verrucosa, can exert a pulling power
to I,07t times the weight of its own
body. So great Is the povvor possessed
by the oyster that to open It n force
equal to 131P.3 tlmos thu weight of Its
shell-less body Is required.
A ray of light moves with such
amazing velocity that It might wrap
Itself eight times round the earth between
five ticks of tho clock, nnd yet
It would take that ray of light fifty
years to coma from the North .star to
this earth. Whoa we look at tint steadfast,
unchanging star at nlght'we see it
in tho light that left It ftlf a century
ago; ami It tho Omnipotent hand that
formed It, set it in its place and culled It
by name should suddenly destroy It, wo
would continue t seu It in itsown light
fifty years after it li.i I ceased to exist
Some silk worms lav from 1,0 JO to
3.U0U e ;.'s. the ' tsp SOU, l!u nut from
8,000 to .'i.tfJ I. The of eggs laid
by the queen lit- his i.inr In dispute
says from .1,000 to
0,000, but u I Klrby both golllin
hcvcntl better, oaeh tltvl.il Ing that the
queen uf fertll tv will lay no
less than ),00J I prohibit" as high ns
50,000 in one se.i'ou. fa tails,
the white ant. Is of thu most
of any known creature, she of ton produces
S0.40J egs In n single tiny, r'rom
tho time when the white ant to
lay until sai.iil over
usually reckoiiivl b en torn dotstsas
nn exact lunar month tho pro luces
2,300,000 egg. In point of fecundity
tho white lint cxccels nil other
One of tho tllflloult problems that
architects havo to consider In erectlnj
very high bullJlngs l wind bracing.
The varl itln of prajthv Is wide, showing
that Ideas dilTcr in regard to details
and thu amount un I up 'ration of forcm
to bo resisted. In structures
engineers ng vo illy, the
greatest ne n l-i regard to
the use ot cast Ir.i.i and too rolat've
iner.tsof hollow Ul i ami of iron
or stuel rods as g. It Is
said tli.it souioarchiy. t I -p wholly .
on ordinary fur
blllty, no mutter how much they may
bo weakened by ovnngv It U all
right to have the ox!-fl walls a mere
exterior curtain to s i'.eld t'.to Interior
metal frimo, oit tho f ii nj shoul 1 bo
braced ofilclently. Vibrations duo
curs trucks and dynamut havo to bu
WHAT IS A GIRL BACHELOR?
Ilalliillluus (llvait l.il.lr nl Ilia Uld Sc)oul
Whit Iu Knutv,
"What" said thu lady of the old
school, looking up frmn her mugazlno
"what 1 tho girl baohclor?"'
Tho only oxiimpluof that typo of femininity
present said promptly:
"A woman who varus her living and
spends it as she choosi a."
The male bachelor said unpleasantly:
"The sort of a woman who Insists
ppon paying her own car fares In the
sight of all tho putseugiTi. nail always
wares you to ono sfde while she bur-gains
with tubmen nnd trunk- eurrl rs."
"She Is a woman," remarked thu embroiderer,
sentuntlously, "who sends
her skirts to tho seamstress for fiesh
braids uud her stockings to ft professional
"She goes to thu theater alone and
sits In the tup gallery," If s'io f ela like
it, said the chaperoned gill!
"She's y bright," averred
the wlio still cherished
jl youtli(Ml liUlag fur ijjlolk'ut
"Sl.u'i horrlb, y said
the vain woiiiiu.,
".She's thoroughly him) and sensible,"
said tho mother of t',vu snisll uhlldicu,
being In a position to npprcclalo tbos
Then tho lady of the old school
thanked her Informants with old school
courtesy and asked she could he
onu of thu class, evidently still laboring
undur the delusion that thu girl bach
elor was n curiosity. N. V. World.
. I'John," calloif oqt r. Illhs. "aru
you ready to put ijp those new curtain
"1 um beginning to put ttum up now,
Maria," was tku rtispoiiie that enmo In
a luctalliatoneof voice from thn parlor.
"Children," suld: Sirs, lllllus, with nerv
mis haste, ,"rii nal and ptayl" Chicago
Hmlth I hear that Mrs, II, lias re-
turned from tlio country.
Urown Ves, tho melancholy ilyi
have como, tho saddest of tho yea'.
can alvvayo ho
,0 puro to fo9yy ,
use of this
"I henisl frmn Miss Hlugsi
this morning! aim writes me alio Is go
ing to Hppcnr In opera soon," Doru
"Vod don't say I What Is she going to
appear tn?" Nora "She didn't tell
roe, but knowing her tastu so wall, I
wouldn't be s bit surprised If she appeared
In gurnet silk as usual." Iloston
Awfully Mortified. "Kdwrd,"sBld
his fond wlfn ns she npieared nt. ths
bedside, "urn n't you nshnined to lie
thereat this hour on Hunday morning?"
"Well, my dear," he replied, ns lis languidly
opened ono eye and let It softly
closo again, "I tin feu! mortified: but I
hope to sleep It off before you gst back
Both tl.o method and results when
Syrup of Figa is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acU
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho system
effectually, dispels colds, headaches
and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only romedjr of its kind ever produced,
pleasing to tho tasto and
to tho stomach, prompt in
its action nnd truly beneficial in its
efTects, prepared onlr from the most
healthy and agreeable' substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and hare ,mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Fiw is for rale in COa
and 81 bottles by all leading druggists.
Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on band will procure
it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAM WAkCISCO. CAi.
lomsviut, ft. new tome. .r.
j& TaDt UAHIl. ''sssw
ibis Soap vorK? so well, fbat
WomQo vart NO OTHER.
SOILED SUMMER DRESSES,
Ma J- IU Illppvd, CUnnail wnt llwaui.
bluaj la i,.ltr Taa llowna. I
The best ami vlot thlnir to tlo with
ths slllt sntl mail summri
Ifotvus that buro tltine fultlitul iliitj for I
aftrrnoon ami eTenlnir Is Ut rip I
them carefullj, senil tin- laeoa to the
clraner, thtt (fixula at well It tbejr sr
twilled, anil then uuinliinlm; the tiest ot
two tir morn of thorn in the vtme
tveur thrm out In thu prcttv tcs
they are sure U itiukr. Tlm
Wut ton n plait, which is ulmnnt an
feiiture of these jrtiwns, ti
not alwuys or even generally mail
of the same material as th(
gown, but may 1m of a lace
shawl, of breadths of ciubroldercit sllU,
or orepe deHiilril from an old ball
(own pust l'ven flounces
can bo arranged without cutting them
to ulvn thu elTect tif Wattenu trains.
One of thu prettiest nf these ItiTurloui
little gons was iiiailu of thtt remnsnti
of an old China, silk, with pale trroen
ground sprayed with pink blossoins,
Tho white lacu which badtlonu duty on
two previous (ftiwns, havinj; been
cleaned and mended, was arranged, ns t
deep collar across the bnuh of tho gown,
wlilch, imrrnwliiif at tho tralst line, fell
In a cMiillle all the way down the
front Anntliur llounee of lac formed
a double cascade down the back, from
lieneiitli which a trailing full-
litwHiif pink crep, the ercrw forming
also thu front of the gown, which was
belted with broad black vclvutN. Y,
Tu lanuTMt rlraf.
If any velvet Is at hand that can be
KUOVBtcjl anil lP'.li lo nut hestUtQ
about attempting the task, as It U
to do. I'M a large-mouthed pan with
boiling water, lowing It on the store
M that It will continue to boll, Tivi(
should ork together, as oaf
holds the velvet cltiso over the st Mining
uuttir whlltt thu second one bruthas
tho pile up with a whisk, brushing
briskly agitliut the pile. Then let It
dry tlo not lay anything upon It In ths
meantime and If still crinkled
repent tho bleu mine
aud bruahing. Two nttrmpts will tvt
i'lll'ly freslicii tl velvet, Mini g()ral!;
o(C will nnsjycF. It Jho velt before
stuaniiig 1. Ladles' Homo Jour-i)al.
t'ytity I'aatasa tm MtiUtur.
ii'l'lip aiuoifiit of moisture a letter of
two or thrci' luges will carry." says a
h)i.l(icss nan, "Iwuormous, aud I" fro
IJHciitly lifiiyy cntiYgli to turn (he aenla
HRil cull for uiiitv postage, A Uryr
tiatclt uf mull matter or uilnts was
'held fur pottage' not lung ago,
md nn gulag to the jmattilllce I found
H weighed well wltliln .unit It
wrs espUlncil, howry.ir, that fr null
vfstlniiii whun ilollyereil. uwd i t tl
water sosltinl up l.y the tt .i.t bv
paid fur, although It hint vi
In IihII i, ,x 4. ,
tconomtual to copy i-
hour or twubtj(t.y nit I - l ...
tialuioii Cnitucttusi Itainoye tho
kill and bone frmn a (mo.i'iiind nan nf
talmoni put pint of milk lulu
a double bolleri rub ono tablespoon fill
of butter and throe tablespoon fills uf
flour togutheri stir this Into the
mllkj add the yelks of two cgs,
aud coolc uutll you huvw a thick psste.
Hprlnltle over the salmon a tensioonfui
p salt, a speck of rod popper, a ta.
ii;oof;l al choppod parsley, a salt,
spoonful iff pepper ud a little on ton
Juice. I'our the paste Oyer the salmon,
and mix carefully and sot awar to eooL
When cold form Into oyllndorh sped
BIG BOOT SALE.
ONE DAY ONLY.
25 per cent, off on every Boot in the hous
Sat urclayJVo v. 12, '92.
To unload a large stock of boots
we will give one-fourth off the
original price of any boot
in the house. The great- w
est bargain ever
REMEMBER IT'S FOR ONE DAY ONLY.
OUST Tnxr - x
Yartl Xorlli Maliininl .Ii-iii Avenue.
(Irtat lltne i Is the moat tguorsut ol
men. Knterlng a tMmkMllrr's sbou, ha
said; "I want a nUxt IxKik som'thlna
In the historical Itue." "Would you
like tlie 'Last Davs of rimieiirn
"What did he die wfT "Au rruptton,
I believe." l'rtlt A niche iW l.yon.
At the lloaidlug House llasltbaek
"Mary." Waitress "Ves, sir." Hash-bock
'Take bnck this cup and bring
me something else." Itury "What
will you have, ouffro or Its?" Hash.
Vsck "t)h, I nm But particular, it this
Is coffer, give sue tea, aud If l't tls,
give uie cofleo." llrooklyu Ksglsl
Illooburoper VT h4 Ts,ddsls for
Wetherbe (a purist, sarcastleally)
I hope he agreed with you.
nionbuuiwr Wall, he didn't He
disputed everytlilng anybody said.
It Com.a Thick, Tltara.
Chicago Mnther Dear mel What
have you bven doiugr How did you get
yourself so dirty V
Little Sou IVvu lurking wpjtJ plos la
The (Iraat liiisllali II. madjr.
rrnmiillj snj .
nisnrtiilv rurraalt furuia
til Narmtua Uesknraa.
tOVelaiif bu s or
orer 3S years In
Uafere aaaTnif """ "M" IIIVUHIJ
Hells le ami Huni-at Mfillftnti V lift WW Auk
ilrunil.llurfur Wuu,'a riitwilmlluei ll ha
ulfera auina ttnrtltlaaa liieillillns In platool lliia,
teste tilt Ulaliuneat aturv, lucloae iirlra Iu lellet
ami tett vrlll aaitilliy return tnall 1'rlrr, one
iai,Vagf. Ilt.lx, II, Due will plesae, all will
cure, rani i.i. lei I u plain tested entelouv, i
131 tilnaril stauut. Hrllvll, Mlpll
rcvaolil In lliiiikluatllln ssil ery wbere Ij
JM0S IV. HARRIS,
Uutou Ooqnty, Ky.
Stock tnlppetl, tad sll
tlliaial til a. laiireaeaUtl.
Birmllna ao tliSI l'la etn U sup.
lillei Neallf ai,y timiiiii in tie year, l met
Anctnllliaut tar Mint nea.
falrr IJtrraa, yUlVUXUT, Unit
aaftaat's SalluitaT Hank, Uoraaull4
It. k I I i,ii.i..wii asitCottr iinclsli
TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE
CURES H0TH1H0 1UT PILES.
A 8URE nnd CERJAIK CUBE
ainown for IByar the BEST
REMEDY TOR PILES.
ttttvtA ; sit uttu.ui.ittLussiD.ta., ar.ux.it.
72 I'aKH Catolotruo Sent Froe t'rem
-JV WJr"il .
(r. Cbtrch ial Sinmw, Kuliill, tm
Ku last bouL uwd la bool(Vtip(.
Teacher nflans czpcrlenes suil In sctusl
bn.lDvaastllit hesil u( suauapsrlucal.
Tkaunlracbaolknawntnut Ibsllrsrclt nun
tullclllna soillocalliixpatlilant lor lit f rsilu.
n i rfasataxWairastami s'aw'aa new ip n i ,.,,. j
TH CLOTHINE . & SHOE
Manufacturers nnd Builders
- .xoasr bikieoik:
LATH ALKXA.VDKKS UOTKl..)
tenter a,l lliren illeel,opioHeCpurt llouea, Louiatllle. Kj.
Recently ruticiTatwl from collar to roof. All Modern imirovmfnta, In
cludiuR sUuun boat, elovator, bc'Jj anil lelpgraph officrt Kntlr
house liKhtml with iucaiuloceiil tfctrio light. Klwlric cam prtMH the tlocr
or al parta of th city. W.'MIatks UM itr Jav.
A. V. JONES, i
J.J SL'LIJVAN, dark..
J L. MAUSllAIaLJR
i i .t
imh t i
V saa wJ2m mJLu aui - A -
Contractor, Builder and Dealer in
irginiu street, Plopkinsvillc, Kcntuuky.
GSOR0E A. CLARK
None but tho 1JKST AltTISTd EMPLOYKD.
Leaye your measure and be
CONVINCED of the 'RUTH.
106 MAIN STREET.
FALL & WINTER GOODS' IN.
Milinery at dead low
Mantfaoturer and importer of
sirable EASTERN QRANITR
After -10 voaru' oxnorlouco wo fool oonfldont that ortldrn nnlrustDtl
to im will bo oiocutod in a skillful oni
Jyone but the best
Sixth Street, rear of l'laulor's Haul:.
w S. MILLKUJr.,
rue lit. i. s fi n t ,ii iitt ti
m&TSke. Vj2f" VsmsuT t5f
and tho most de