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BARBEE & CASTLEMAN
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FISH AND SNAKE YARNS.
Unci.k Eni I'lunkett, of "Mirnbella
Fall4, Tex., has taught a rattlesnake
to fcliako his toll to music
TltltEK thousand Milmon, It li
dnlmctl. were landed bv Samuel Good'
wtu wltli ono haul of n net" near Port
Angole, Wash., recently.
Mits. O. I'. Payne, of Gainesville, Go.,
hilled thirteen rattleanaV.es In the lot
around her hoinc, with a piece of fence
rail, n few days apo. They nveraged
about two loot in length each.
AN old Mnlno fislicrman has been
living in a dory nil, summer, cruising
about Penobscot bay catching and curing
fish. Ho has camped in rough
fashion on tho Islands, hasn't blept in
n bed since last May, and nvcrs lie har
had a very Una time.
One curious result of tho liurrlcant
that struck tho southern coast recent'
ly was tho Icilling of quantities of fish.
For muny days after tho storm the
const around Suvnniinh and throughout
the stretch whero its force was most
vented was strown with dead fish of all
I'oihoxouh snakes uru so numeroui
in Venezuela that snuke bite is almost
as common there as In India. Hut there
arc fewer fatalities, for tho natlrci
have discovered thnt a plant known at
tho ocumillo, when powdered and ap
plied to the wound, results in a cure in
almost every case.
ART AND ARTISTS.
Giotto's greatest advance in painting
was tho rejection of tho greenish-black
color thu Ilyzautino painters employed
for tho human figure, ind sub
stituting the color of nature for the
facos und litmus.
Tun musotim of antiquities at Dresden
has come Into possession of an interesting
nuirble relief from Home,
which represents an umleut butcher
shop, of oblong shnpc, and divided by
a pillnr Into two oqunl parts.
A poitmAiT, which is supposed to be
of Itobort Auehinuty, ono of George
III.'n judges, in Hoston, is still hanging
in thu supremo courtroom in that
city. Tho picture, is tho work of John
Klugleton Coploy and bears the ditto oi
Mn. tho English artist,
is ongaged upon the interesting task
of painting u portrait of Mr, UUd
stone's youngest granddaughter, Dorothy
Drew. This llttlo bluccyed
maiden of three years Is said to re
the grandfather startllngly.
A Dhkek jwawint living on the Ulnnd
oi .l.tflna recently discovered a magnificent
statue burled in tho ground,
upon tvhloh hud been u small planta
tion, and whloh ho had cleared. Tho
statue was sold to n dooler,
who sent It to London, whore it has
Just boon bought by tho Ilrltlsh gov
eminent for tho sum of sixty-five liun
Tin; sultan is establishing n public
lltirory lit ( onhtontlnopio. All the II'
bmrluo of thu mowiuoh are to bo trans
furred to it.
Tun old Ijidlttun homukUad of tho
family uf Mr. Junius Whltoomb Hlloy
has btiu jiiiivltitMNl by tho poet us a
Tut: largest library In tho world is
thu HlwlothtMiue Nutlnnalu, Purls,
founiltMl liy !otiU ai". ItiHintalns 1,-400,000
volumes, SOC.OW pamplilots,
1T5 inuiiUMirlpts, SOO.000 nmrw ami
ohurts autl llW.OOQ oolus and metlals.
Dn. Oi.iviui Wr.Niiiii.r, Holmes
bratsd hU birthday re-
eeutly. 1U U working on an
1'ew luon have In tholr
more of tho lave of their
1 fiiiow inriithnn tho clici ry Autocrat
Anl'i "tsfmgfli id h n horary of COO
1 v lur'i, H luiijf icvcuty
t,r ptiir int. tcn'ii nn't ifvvutu, nnu
some with wonderful tntniatuics of the
WHERE POVERTY BEIONS
Tho Sink Region of Our day No
Kreutuallj the fpet "Will ltrcome Orest
lint ut rrreent Itfle the
Abode of Vice, Nqunlor, Mlc ry
Special Washington Letter.
Tho old Van Ness mansion is both an
ancient and a modern landmark. More
than a hundred years ngo it was tho
homo of tho wealthiest mnn in western
Maryland. It was tho only brick building
between llalttmoro nnd Norfolk,
excepting tho house of Gen. Washington,
at Mount Vernon, on the Potomac.
It was tho houso of tho wealthiest
family in tho District of Columbia,
when tho national capital wns locutcd
hero. It was tho homo of a handsomo
holrcsa. It was tho soclnl center of
our original aristocracy. Although
fallen to decay, and crumbling beneath
tho tnusslvo hand and withering beforo
the corroding canker of Time, tho ancient
landmark is stately In ruins,
mutely eloquent concerning its past,
nnd every pleco of broken brick or
mortar seems anxious to tell of what
might linvo been.
Tho old Van Ness mansion is a modern
landmark, becauso it is tho enstcrn
mete nnd bound of primltlvo simplicity
In Washington, which lies almost
wholly in tho region of tho Chcsapcako
nnd Potomac cnnal, which runs south
of Observatory hill, parallel with tho
Data toword tho monument. This also
Is tho "sink region," whloh has beon
mentioned a number of times lately In
speaking of needed improvements in
the city, and to a stranger, making his
way through tho district for tho first
time, it is hnrd to tell which Is the
moro interesting tho Inhabitants or
tho topography of tho place.
Going westword from the well-kept
ponds that lio at tho baso of the monument,
the first object of Interest Is
tho "gut," not so unplcturesquo as Its
nanio would Imply, a broad expanse of
water reaching out to tho river, and
bordered on cither hand by close-growing
ranks of willow trees, that lean
out over the stream. Tho only thing
that mars tho beauty of the prospect Is
that at tho upper end of this tidal canal,
the great Seventeenth street
sewer empties into it, adding. n color to
the water and an odor to the air that
do not enhance tho attractiveness of
tho spot, and which would seem to
threaten all sorts of fevers and mala
rial affections to tho negroes who work
day after day on its banks unloading
tho sand scows that coma In from tho
river and empty their cargoes in moun
tains of sand thirty feet high on the
banks of the canal.
You may bo surprised at this statement,
but It is a fact, that these con
ditions exist within three-quarters of
A milo of tho white house. Indeed,
within an eighth of a mile of tho
whlto house, half way to the Van
Ness mansion, thero aro houses where
poverty, filth and squalor revel in tho
rivalry of Intensity. Walking westward
from tho old mansion, one strikes
into the heart of tho picturesque region.
Virginia nvenuo runs down to
tho flats In the form of a street, with
curbstones and trres on its edges.
Hack of tho building lino on ono sldo
thero is an undergrowth of willows,
young poplar trees nnd weeds, whllo
on the other thero is a wilderness of
ashdumps and declivities like tho volcanic
bnd lands of Dakota, rolling
down to tho edge of what used to bo
tho river, but which is now tho filled-in
Tlio houses, such as thero ore along
this way, aro palpable makeshifts, and
ono standing In tho street can look
through front to rear or from Bldo to
side with but slight obstruction. Mlie
family washing of nil sorts Is done on
tho front steps, and tho wnsli not uncommonly
includes a brown-skinned
baby far more destitute of covering
thnn tho chickens that pick under tho
doorsteps; whllo other chickens of a
larger growth, but not much moro
advanced In the matter of clothing,
play in the sand in tho
street. The negro's love of flowers is
usually displayed in tho presenca of a
row of bachelor's buttons or larkspur
under tho front windows, and other
plants In dilapidated crockery vessels
of miscellaneous sort distributed
around tho front yard.
At Nineteenth street and Virginia
avenue begins tho line of sinks. Those,
further east have been gradually filled
in by tho promiscuous dumping of
cars from all parts of tho city. Tho
last of tho isolated holes at this spot
is being encroached upon rnpldly, nnd
thero Is only n small fraction of a
squaro left that Is now filled with waving
bulrushes, and coated with a thick
velvety green mold thnt is almost solid
enough to support n brickbat, but from
tho edges of which frogs
htlll plpo a requiem to their faBt
Within three or four blocks of this
poverty-stricken and sin-cursed section
thero nio beautiful nnd costly residences,
asphalt pared streets, well-kept
hldonallfB, with carefully nurtured
shade trees. Pennsylvania
Is so nearby that the clanging belli
J of tho cublo ears can bo easily heard
wnon ma siiuncss oi mo nigui laitf
upon tho city. Thero is also to be
found here, upon tho northern verga oi
tho sink section of thu capltul, a pretty
llttlo Protestant Episcopal church tint!
It is a high church, too. This is maintained
as a missionary headquarters
by botno of tho wealthy children of tho
Lord who dwell In mansions where
warmth, light und happiness prevail.
I'ollowlng tho otherwlso Uodfor
; saltan nvenuo to Twenty-third street,
i In this region of famine nnd woe, wo
'come suddenly upon n ramshackle
house In the center of w hat should bo
u street, und It Is surrounded by un
stoekndo, This Is the pound
and U tho hoadquarturs of tho pound-J
master, Klnstolu, city dog catcher, recently
described in this column of correspondence.
Over uoroM Nineteenth street extended,
or what would bo Nluotoenth
(street If It had a fow more wheel trucks
uml fewer tomato cans in it, begins
the real remnant of tho canal, n pond
'covering the host part of a city block
ninl tilled with deep grten witter thnt
gradually oseapes through A channel a
foot or so In diameter at the southeast
corner and find IU way out across tho
wlUUrnifi if tho Hats, The big pond
is rot ravI;;ullo on account of tho
rv ;V- r f i"ji aMo plants thut flourish
Al atiiulf of ItsarcaUgiven
over to buiruMies and fr ga. while
Along tho banks of tho sink tho
fishers congregate nnd pntlontly
nnglo for mud-cats and small carp, as
muddy ns the clement from which' they
come, nnd other watermen repair
thither with dlnncts nnd plnhooks to
catch sinnll fry for bait In river fish
nnlirjf'lJsaL ' .,
A rrtONT YARD.
North of tho pond more homemade
houses and somo others of the bargain-counter,
contractor-built variety, hang
over tho ragged edge of tho dump
heaps with the same accompaniments
of many dogs, children,
nnd chickens from every henroost
within walking distance. Hero, too,
io tho retreat of the decrepit cart horse
of the variety that is sold In the bazar
for 53.50. They find what shelter they
may In stables built out of dry goods
boxes, nnd live lu tho hope that springs
eternal In the equine breast. And whatever
clso Irovldcnco may throw In
their way. This is the variety of
horse nnd tho variety of owner that
lately figured In u police court trial
where tho owner, in Ignorance,
had soaked tho poor beast in
coal oil and then set flro to it In order
to kill tho vermin with which it was
This picturesque settlement stretches
westward along tho line of the canal,
which dwindles as It reaches its source
About tho region of Observatory hill,
and tho character of the inhabitants
and tho malaria remain the samo
throughout Tho children fish with
bent pins in tho sluggish water in
blissful Ignorance of microbes, bacilli
and tho germ theory. When the spirit
moves them they discard the most es
sential part of their garments and
wade about with their abbreviated, in
fantile shirt tails waving to the breetes,
whllo faithful, if not very reputable-looking,
dogs lounge or frolic on tho
bunk, 'ready to act as life preservers If,
with the softness of the mud and depth
of the water, occasion should a rite.
Such is tho sink region of the town
that lies between the good residence
portion of the city nnd the tints, which
will eventually become a great park,
but beforo the tldo water park can
ever become a popular resort the intervening
"no man's land" will have to
have its streets improved nnd its sinks
filled to drive out the malaria.
Smith D. Fnr.
A thorough-going egotist Is generally
devoid of the sense of humor. Such a
person, to whom no nanio need be
given, wns one time discoursing,
chiefly of himself, but incidentally of
"There's old Dr. Backbite," said he;
"that mnn has the vilest character of
nny man I ever saw. Ho never opens
his mouth without spenking ill of
somo one. He's an Intolerable nuis
No ono replied, nnd tho speaker
"Now I can't understand that. As
for me, I mako It n rulu never to speuk
nny 111 of anyone!" Youth's Compan
NICKNAMES OF NOTED MEN.
"Mad Yankee" EHsha Kane.
"IJlack Da-n" Daniel Webster.
"IJlackJack" John A. Logan.
"Little PniL" Philip Sheridan.
"Tun Silent Man" U. S. Grant.
"Old Hickout" Andrew Jackson.
"Tub Honest Man" James Monroe.
"Poon IticiiAnD" Itonjamln Franklin.
"Tin: rtAiLsrMTTEis" Abraham Lincoln.
"Wizabd ov tub Nobtii" Sir Waltci
"llACHELon PiiEsiDEST" James Hu
"The Poet or Natokb" William C.
"Old Kouoh and Rkady" Znchary
"GrtAND Old Man" William E. Glad
"Old Man Eloquent"- -John Qulney
"The Littlh Giakt" Stephen A,
"Goldsmith of Amebjca" Washing,
"The Patheu or Obeenuacks" Sal-
mon P. Chase.
"ScnooLUABTEn of Oun BKrunuc"
PARIS FASHION DITS.
Taiilif.iis, tunics and ovcraklrts aro a
DiiAiniNO Is again in high favor on
skirts, rcdingotcs, capes, sleeves, coats
New velvet Spanish and zouave
jackets aro finished with ruchlngs of
Piikncu designers use red and green
shot velvet to trim brown bengallno,
cheviot and Scotch tweed gowns.
Hed scrgo, camel'ti hair or sacking
dresses are combined with black watered
silk nnd trimmed with many
rows of very narrow jet gimp.
Geuanium red bengnllne for vesta ou
black gowns is a fashionable freak
that will hare a cheerful effect when
the cheerless days of winter sot lu.
Ghanite and armura weaves In two
colors, but not changeable, aro among
the- late importations. They aro In
cheviot finish and nro exceedingly soft
Lkatiikii shades, gold, yellows, russets,
light olives and hiipphlro, swallow,
peacock nnd drakes' neck blue
nro nmong tho most fushlonablo colors
of tho season.
NEWS NOTES AND COMMENTS.
ritEMiiENT Oaiifikmi's farm at Mentor
has been divided up Into building
lots. The land lxom anil tho hlstorlo
site often come Into conflict.
Piibmuknt Caiinot has toasted tho
1'roneh army. Hut the German emperor
seoms to think that hu Is the
only man In thu world that can do It
llmi.UtcK has sold his memoirs for n
largo sum, the condition being that
they are to be published immullately
after his death. This Is n bit of Intelligence
tliut will make William
Patti has boon Admitting hor pet
woukue&soB, whloh Inoludo Dickens
among novelists, Longfellow uuioug
poots, and entertaining friends as a
favorite pniitlmo.but she said not a word
About her hobby for farewell tours.
Kino Heiunzin, ot Dahomey, recently
sent, to L'nglftnd, by way of Lagos, a
cable message in which the tolls wore
nearly fifteen hundred dollars. If tho
cable company properly cultivates
Tholr Dutloa Aro Numeroua nnd
Committees Crested for th Bpocbtl nm.
tflt of Jlepreimtatlree Who Want to
Chairman of Something
. or Other.
Special Washington Letttr.1
During the Fifty-second congress
twelve thousand bills wcro introduced
In tho national houso of representatives.
It Is expected that not less than
fourteen thousand bills will bo Introduced
In the houso during tho Fifty-third
Every one of tho bills that are introduced
is referred to an appropriate
committee, and If the houso takes
upon nny of them that notion will
bo taken upon tho reports of committees
through their chairman. If you
havoaclalmof nny character against
the government your representative
wilt Introduce a bill for your relief and
It will go to the committee on claims;
or, if the government becatno your
debtor during tho civil war, It will bo
referred to the committee on war
'Halms. If you think that you are en
titled to a pension nutl cannot procure
It through the regular channels In tho
pension ofllce, your representative will
introduce a bill granting you a pension
at a certain rate per month, and thnt
will go to tho committee on Invalid
pensions. If you havo been a mall
carrier or contractor nt any tlmo and
have not received what you believe to
bo your Just dues from tho government
your representative canlutroducoablll
for your relief and that will bo referred
to the committee on post offices
and post roads. No private bills will
ever be reported by tho chairman of a
committee and action be asked of the
house, unless the representative who
Introduced the bill goes before
during Its regular hours of
mcotfng, and states tho facts and reasons
lot the Introduction and passage
of tho bill bo as to Induce the members
of tho committee to agree to a favorable
report upon It. After that Is dono
the bill must be favorably considered
by the house of representatives and that
can only bo done by the vigorous action
uf the gentleman who Introduced
the bill, backed by the chairman of tho
committee to which It was referred.
Thore aro a great many minor committees
of the houso of representatives,
n. r. bland, mssouni.
t Chairman Coromltt on Coinage. Weights and
and some of them do not meet more
than once or twice a year. It is a
singular thing, but It Is a fact, that
several committees were created not
because they were necessury to tha
transaction of the business of the
house, but in order to provide positions
for members of congress who
wanted to be chairmen of committees
in order that they might be entitled 'to
clerks to assist them In their work.
This was dono in lieu of the appointment
of private secretaries. Till the
close of tho Fifty-second congress all
the senators were allowed clerks or
private secretaries, but the representative
were not; therefore this subterfuge
of the creation of committees and
the appointments of chairmen was resorted
to by the house.
There aro four leading committees
of the house to whom are Intrusted
matters of national interest. It Is a
question whether the committee on appropriations
or the commltteo on wnya
and means is tho most prominent committee
of tho house. Any representative
would be glad and proud to be
chairman of either committee. While
tho committee on appropriations Is
probably tho most powerful, the committee
on ways and means gives its
chairman a national reputation. For
example, everybody who has been a
diligent reader of the daily papers for
the past fifteen years has known that
John O. Carlisle, of Kentucky; William
R. Morrison, of Illinois; Koger Q.
Mills, of Texas; William McKInley, ot
Ohio; William M. Springer, ot Illinois;
and William L. Wilson, of West Virginia,
havo been chairmen of the committee
on ways and means. Mr. Wilson
has been a member of that committee
for a number of years, but was
mado chairman only recently by the
designation of the present speaker of
For many years Hon. Samuol J,
of Pennsylvania, was chairman of
tho committee ou appropriations. Mr.
Holman, of Indiana, was chairman of
that commltteo during tho last congress
and Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, was
chairman ot that committee during
tho Fifty-first congress. Tho present
chairman of that committee, Mr.
Bayers, ot Texas, has been u member
of tho commltto for twelve years and
Is well equipped for his work. Hut
theso gentlemen did not make national
reputations ns chairmen of the
on appropriations, as tho gen.
tlemen have dono who havo been chairmen
of the committee on ways nnd
To tho committee on ways and means
la committed tho work of providing
ways And means for tho support of tho
government. For that reason we have
In every new congress a new bill for
tho Imposition of customs or revenue
tax or both. Tho political differences
between the two great parties
In our country aro fought out In that
J. D. HAVKftS, TEXAS.
I Chair man Committee on Appropriation.)
committee room and then upon tho floor
of tho houso, One great party believes
In protection tor protection's sako; tho
other party believes In a tariff for revenue
only, Although tho Congressional
Ilecord contains many Interesting
passages of debato Itctwcen tho leaders
of both partlcs,tho most highly Interesting
and Intense discussions of theso important
matters occur behind the closed
doors of tho committee room.
While the commltteo on ways and
means Is providing ways and means
for the support of thu oxverument,
nt the other end of the houso
wing of tho cupltol the commltteo
on appropriations Is learning to say
'no' to hundreds of hungry ana
i who want approcr
- t .--
Iho commrttco is to provide ndcquittS
but cronomlcnl appropriations for expenditure
annually by tho executive
departments of tho government. It Is
generally conceded that the best chairman
ot that cotnmltteo during tho
present generation was Mr. itnndall,of
There aro two other committees who
aro regarded as of nlmost equal
with those mentioned) namely,
tho cotnmltteo on coinage, weights
nnd measures, of which Mr, lllsnd, of
Missouri, Is chairman) and tho committee
on banking and currency, of whloh
Mr. Springer, of Illinois, Is chairman.
To those two committees the house of
representatives looks for tho preparation
of bills which will prove beneficial
to pur financial Institutions. The
chairman of the committee on eolnn'ge,
weights nnd measures believes in tho
free coinage of silver, and ho will un
doubtedly report from that commltteo
to the house, and ask action upon It, a
bill providing for the freo and unlimited
coinage of tho white metal. Tills
will undoubtedly precipitate a great
forenslo contest In the houso of representatives
greater and more exciting
thlxn tho ono caused by the passago uf
Clio Wilson bill. It la expected that
Mr. Springer from tho committee on
banking nnd currency will report to
tho houso, at an early date, a bill to
abolish the ten per cent, tax on stato
banks, authorizing tho national batiks
to Increase their lasue of currency to
the full amount uf tho bonds which
they have deposited with the secretary
of tho treasury and for other purposes
of similar nature.
Thero are a number of other committees
of greater or loss Importance,
nmong them tho committee on elections,
to which committee Is referred
every contested election case; the committee
on the Judiciary, to which Is referred
all questions of law; the committee
on rivers and harbors, which
prepares and reports to the houso
a bill appropriating eighteen or
twenty millions of dollars Tor tho Improvement
of our watenvays, Inland
and coastwise. There nre other committees
whose names Indicate tlio object
ot their formation nnd continuance.
They are the committees on
merchant marine and ilshcrle.s, on agriculture,
on foreign affairs, on military
affnlrs, on naval affairs, on postofflceH
and post roads, on public lands, Indian
affairs, on territories, on railways aud
canals, on manufactures, ou mines and
mining, on public buildings and
grounds, on Pacific railroads, on lm-
a t. o PAr.UELL, vi no i.nu.
(Chairman Committee on Electlona
provements of tho Mississippi river, on
education and labor, on the militia, on
patents, on pensions, on claims, on war
claims, on private land claims, on the
District of Columbia, on tho revision of
the laws, on expenditures in tho various
executive departments (one committee
for each department), on accounts,
on mileage, on printing and on
enrolled bills. These aro the regular
standing committees of the house of
representatives, but In addition to
them there are a number of select committees,
such as on reform In the civil
service, on the election of president,
vice president and representatives In
congress, on tho eleventh census, on
Indian depredations claims, on ventilation
and acoustics, on the alcoholic
liquor traffic, nnd n select committee
to investigate charges of
against a member of the house, If
such charges should ever be made concerning
Svitii D. Fkt.
Without the ratal tllft,
"She must bo very plain-looking,
from what I hear."
Why, she'sso plain-looking
that when her husband led her
to the altar the clergyman had him arrested
as a suspicious character."
A LITTLE VARIETY.
The little toe Is said to be disappearing
from the human foot
A Philadelphia medical paper says
that city noises produce disease.
Tint value of Canada's fisheries yield
last year is announced as 313,911,171.
In Dlackstonc's time 150 offenses
were punishable In England by death.
It is usually considered that an
adult should drink about three pints of
liquid a day.
The prince of Wales has seventeen
brothers-in-law, sixteon uncles, sixty
seven cousins and fifty-seven nephews
The second son of the archbishop of
Canterbury has achieved considerable
success with a novel entitled "Dodo,"
dealing with fashionable society.
The GitooM H'cry wealthy) "Why
did you marry an ordinary chap like
mo?" Tho Bride "I haven't the
slightest .Idea; mamma managed the
wholo affair." Life's Calendar.
A enonr needle in sewing.
Tuiipentine for grease on velvet or
Heuovino Ink from boards with
muriatic acid, afterward washed with
A bhkkt of white paper on a dark table
cover, if you must work at It at
One ounce of borax, two ourees ot
shellac, ono pint of boiling water, for
a glue or ccmont
Keuovino marking Ink from lined
with a solution ot cyanuret of potassium,
applied with a camel's hair brush,
and rinsed In cold water,
SENTENCES DY "JUDQE."
Tub last Indulgence spoils the first.
It Is tho bird with fine, feathers that
When you mako a fenst for swine
you must provide troughs for them.
IlKitKDirr Is announced In the curve
of an eyelash or the texture of n fingernail.
Curtfl nnd sycophants partake of their
roasters' antipathies aud follow up
TjiKrtK Is another hentence than that
pronounced by the Judge which falls
upon t)n roii.rloiice of tlw accused.
Tup. older wo become the more the
wheels of time seem to hare been oiled.
We cannot all be tho nickel-plated
of tho machinery. Endeavor
Tut; man who expects to outrun a Ho
had better not start with larao feet.
Tint man who sots out to bo a reformer
will never get to rctt 0 minute.
Jon wns, I Admit, a fairly patient
rnun, but ho never tackled tho task of
lernld. up stovo pipe. Eudeavor
Dei CaiTk' famous remnrUi "I
think, thureforo I am," U supplement'
Tho Novorubor Forum contains n
long list ot vnlunblo nrtlclos by noted
writers on important topics. Prof.
II. von Hoist, tho nnilnont
historian, In (lisciisMiig "Tho
Doclino of tho Sonato," ofTor a slashing
criticism ot preeout Sonnlo
in an nrtlclo outltlml, "Shall
tho Senalo Itulo tho Ropuollot"
Tho Sonata in tho Light of History",
is tho heading givon to n donrchitig
analysis of tha character and cnpicltr
of present BuiiAtotB, ai compared with
tho Sotisto ot Clay nnd
Paul Bourget, tlio distinguished
French novoliii, writos
about "Tho Now Moral Drift in
Fronch Lilcrntttre" claiming high
rnntc for Emtio Zola. Gen. Adam
Badeau, lormorly military Becretnry
to Oonornl Oraut, in "Hamilton Fish:
Tho Old School and the Now," explains
for tho first time Motley's
as minister to England nnd
tho quarrel between Suinnor and
Oraut. "Southorn Sentiment and
Mob-Law" is again discussed this
month by tho venerable Chief Justice
Bleckley, of Georgia, iu "Negro
Outrage No Excuso for Lynching,"
nuil by Wnlter II. Page, Editor of tho
Forum, who calls mob-law "Tho Last
Hold of tho Southorn Bully," aud
tries to indicate an effective romo.ly.
Judgo John Cripps Wickliffe, of
Bartlstown, is the uow Adjutant Goo
eral, having boon npp)iu'nl by Gov
Brown to snccewl Gen. Gros Ho
entered upon his duties on the 1st
itist. The new Adjutant mis born iu
Nolson county in 1830. He was
to tho Loilaturj in 1857 and entered
the Cjnfodora'e arm r in 1801,
comingout a Lieut. Cjlone. lie served
as Circuit Judgo for nt ie year and
wis United States District Attorney
for Keutuoky during CUvnKtid's first
a J minis ration. He a ilnrk house
in the present rtteti, as Col. T. J.
Smith, M. H. Crump and F. B.
Rtchnrdson wore hII strongly endorsed
for tho pisition and it vs
1 ono of thom would l- npputed
The Cincinnati Tribune is the only
Cincinnati paper enjoying a boom.
It is not futUfied to give all thu notvs
for two ceutf, but prints coup )ii, six
or which cut.from its columns dtily entitle
you frHi to n fao simle reproduc
tion of wine bsuiifiil water wilor
painting by a (annim
Another set of u miim'is Hir y.iu
freo, ibrrti bulbs of f r 1 ;r tut bkxj idng
Furntehetl bjr lllotor A H
on our 111 ' r ..vk
RtMMiM 1. V.O i"1 libds.
with for of
fi'JU lihtM mIi" ii niir intrkei
si ne Jvm.ity hhi .111 1 t 1 lo OHO
lihtls," Sslf.i.1 ti e tinip 111 IMIJ on
our msrkot to tlii date amount i
Our niHrk.l this v-li ban ! buio
no now nhb uvuid In ilsrl)
fT .ouio month-. ps!
of the wd inbr"'! 'ivh
bhtl". of new dsrk tob.tcv for
such ranging from $1 .VI toJ6.itl.
The following quotations fairlr
oiiniHikt for new dnrk tobacco
Trash 13 50 to I 2.I.
Common to medium lugs $1 50, to
Dark rich lugs extra quality Jfi.OO,
to o 11).
Common leaf ?5 50, to 6 00.
Medium to good leaf $6 00, to 7 50,
Wrapper; styU J7 50, to 12 00.
Green Ilivnr fillers (home trade)
Common fillers J5 50, to 9 50.
Medium lo goo I fillers $7 50, to
Fine fillers 19 00 to 14 00.
WHAT K ENTU C K I A N S
SAY ABOUT THL
Tho K ectitipoUe li bef 11 n Kj.Itivo
benefit to Mii. J. II. I liiilenbergcr,
President Meichaiiu' National
flank, LooUtll c.
My coiilldeiico in the KlcrtrnpoUo
grows stronycr tho initio 1 sec It.
Kev W. Y. Evans, Caro"lton.
I look upon tho KlcctropoUo as tho
mean God has given us to euro ills-eases
in accordance with imturu'slaw.
Mlit Suian Kdge, Lexington.
Nothing Imh over helped mo so
much. W.T. Matheny, Ixlngloii.
Do not hesitate, ta recommend tho
Klcctropoise. V. G. Graham, Lexington,
I am astonished at Its woik,
Henry Gilbert, Ixinglon.
Thu KIcctrnpolM) will 01110 many
cases of di-case whmo nolli ng
will, It has worked like m liuriu ii
my fa 1 11 liy. Kov. Geo 11 Means
It Is certainly a womlciful
and It I 111010 wiinilitifiil how
it does its work, j ct It doc ii,
T.,K. C. IlrMoy ,
( I he veteran plow iiiaiiufaultirui' u
the (south), LnuUvlllo.
Tho Klce rupolto lu.s been si ch a
uteful thing about tin- hoiuu Unit wo
can not no without II
I'm 11k V. WW or,
Lawrciicubiirg, lonnorlj Nuu l.Vtlo
Suvui'il of my iii'iiialiiiuiicrt
I veil m null benolll IVo.n 11 ue ol
tho KlceliopoUo. J. Gut i ie t oke
Tlio 'Poise has cured nioofkii y
ami liver iioiiDie. ,1 i',hav.e.
fill 11 Gray strcut, Umutii 0
The Klectiopolso hns been a pi cat
I'ollcl' lo me. Itov. T II, -Miller,
The Klcutropoisu hns proved a great
boon lo , K. Uroukot,
I w 11I1I ruther havo nn Klccti'0ota
tlmii Hot Springs lor ItliuiiinstUui,
A. K. Marshall, North Fork,
It Is small hut gieat.
T. A. Uowilcii, Fmiiklliilon,
Tliur Is wonderful .good in It.
J, S Callaway, rimliliueld.
The wonder-working gem.
Hov. F, Wynlt, Morning YIow.
I rtimuk uilvitcdly shout tho won-
dur working of tho KlceliopoUo as 1
havo prui'iiccii mciiioiiio many years,
Hov. I). II. Murimou, mtsiiurgii, ny.
IfwHiMjnd otir iiamoor (lint of
some invalid lilomi wo will send you
copies 01 iciiers 11 0111 too aiiuvo pan
ics und from hundreds of others j people
you know from over; section of
titii mid oilier States testifying lo tho
ctuotlvo powers of tho Elect topoUc,
Audioes jjunuit) vyr.uo.
Tlmo Card ofths Ohio Valley Railway.
Mill ami Kt. Mixed.
Bt'Jua. m i:v. in
Urarry. ... .(1:13 a. m 4:10 !. tn
LVni ran Hnflnir 7:00a. ni . . A!ln, m
Ar. Prlneettin . TtMa.m ...tiiop.m
Lr. Princeton 7.a. m .. .
raiiuenii vtaaa.ni .... .
If all ami Hi
Lr. PrtncMon ..... 6:)p. m
SlurnU . suip.m
MorftanneM .... ;oit. m
Iteimeritm 10, coil. 'in
Kratmllle Hum p. m
fiOUTII HOUND Tit AIN3.
Mall anil Kipreaa.
Kranavlll . 10 flu ft. m g'.aiti.m
Ar. Princeton J.Wp. m ll.Ma.m
Lr. Princeton . ... siisp.i. ... anoa.m
uertiiean spring! .sjp.m . Ttna.m
(Iraifj ..7:Ilp.m . H:l7a,m
HopVltmltle 7:S6p. ui . S:ft3a. m
Mall ami Kxnrra front llonklnsvlllo at (1:20
are run aulhl lo Utmphli making connection
with the Nu. l'ae.Sratem A "Ootlon
llflt," for all vol ii U In Triaa and youthweat
with the N. li. K. 8. A M. for Mlmourl and
Southern Kanmpolnti, Katuai (,'ltr, lenrer
and all point! writ,
ji. m. r i.irt is. Auam.
Wn unuhl tint llrtrn an nrtlcln with.
out merit. Wo urgo and gunronteo
Pr ivriTinv Oinrr. Ptt MhM li
Tho earth's estimated weight is six
Tho offerings of dark tobacco
light autl there is no change to
report in the situation. One hhd. of
new dark crop was fold during tho
Six million peoplo were burned iu
tho co'ncombH of Itome.
SymptouiH Husdache, low spirits,
eruutive sores, piles, loss of
or irregular bowels, Accord,
to the lwst medical authorities, fully
three-fourths of the peoplo of tho civilized
world suffer In some form from
constireness or irregular action of tho
bowels. Thero is no doubt that many
diseases are caused by constipation.
Aside from creating impurity of the
blood, it givoH riso to headache, piles,
fevers, debility, etc. By using Gorman
Liver Syrup tho bowels, liver
and kidneys nro soon regulated, aud a
complete cure is performed. 50c and
1100. Samplo bottlo.freo at It. C.
HurdwickV drug store.
Thero aro 1,693,000 sailors in tho
rorld iu nctivu setvicn.
Every buttloof Gennsu Liver
Syrup is warsntcd to giro entini satisfaction
in all cases it is recomonded for,
provided the contents of tho bottle is
used according to directions
It Is the most plesunt medicine
on tho market. Children take it rendi
ly. Price 50c. aud $100, Samplo
ootllo Ireo at K. w. llamwick e drug
Fivo hundretl thouinnd patents
have beou issued iu America.
Mr. W. Jd Terry, vtho has bn.iu
the drug business ut Elkiou, Ky , for
tho post twelve esrs ''Cham
brilain'e Cotigli Iteiuetiy gives better
Mttlhlactiou tlittii any ivugb
1 have ever sold." Thero i
iroott ria'ou for this. No other win
t uru a cold so quickly, no other is m
tvrlaiu a prtijeiilivo una euro loi
eriiiip; no other nlTiirds so much rr
lief iu coxes of whooping cough. F,-
sate by it. C. llanlwick
NOVELTIES OF THE HOUR.
nniDSET reNDEBOAST, after a sleep
of two years' duration, recently shook
off her drowsiness, In the Central hov
pltal at Indianapolis.
Tin: jaw of a woman became
whllo sho was talking through a
telephone at Dover, DcL, the other
day. An attempt to force open her
Jaw resulted in its fracture.
A IlAHTrono barber has a piano in
his back room, for tho entertainment
of his patrons whllo thoy await their
turns In the operating chairs. Since
this Innovation his patronage has fallen
off. Ho can't understand It
A nt.LVD pugilist In Portsmouth, O.,
named Adam Eek, Is desirous of matching
himself in n contest with any other
blind pugilist In tho state. Hrcry
blind man in tho country would
pay fifty dollars to bo nblo to sco
To induce people of small means to
empty their llnantlal stockings, Detroit
lias issued bonds in as small denominations
as dollars. Theso
aro being taken up rapidly, and thus
tho hoarded dollars aro returning to
the usual channels of trade.
Whilb boring a well near Turner,
Ore., recently, a Ar trco is claimed to
have been struck at a distance of thirty-four
feet under ground, Tlio tree,
it Is said, measured two feet through,
and the heart was sound. Twenty-four
feet further clown, it Is stated,
moro vegetable matter was struck.
InrANTnr tactics were originated by
The first regiment of Ilrltlsh infantry
was organized in 1083.
Si'AETAN, cavalry generally fought
dismounted as infantry.
The Greek phalanx was commanded
by a 6trntcgus or general.
Tub first regiments of infantry were
organized In France About 15S9.
Tire Spartan rcglmont was tho mora.
It was composed of 400 to COO men.
RcoiHRNTsaf riflemen were organized
In Germany during the thirty years'
The percussion lock wns Introduced
into European armies between 1830 nnd
The earliest record of cavalry Is on
the Assyrian monuments, about 1000
Tun aristocratic arm of the Kgyptlan
and Assyrian military service was tho
KvKitr Itomau Ugion had about SOO
horses for camp equipage, baggage And
The use of cavalry as infantry wos
brought to the highest perflation during
tho civil war. -Army and Navy
OUR AMERICAN WOMEN.
Mns. N- I'. Haonbon, of Atchison,
Kan,, learned typesetting lu her father's
offlco when a child, aud has
worked steadily at her trade for over
Tnu International Association of
Women Pharmacists has MS aotlro
And 164 honorary members. Tho first
congress of women pharmacists was
held lately In Chicngo,
Miss Cuua Lovkiuno, who has beon
elected president of tho Womeu's Aid
Societies of Maine, Is only twenty-one
years old, She is a lineal descendant
of (Jon Warren, who fell at Uunkor
Mns. LKLANn Stanford's family allowance
from Senator Stanford's
has beon increased from fivo thousand
to ten thousand dollars per month
on her representation that fivo thousand
dollars per month was Inadequate,
A St. Louis woman has lately per
fected an Invention for making swcot
potato Hour The process Includes
jKjellng the potato and drying tho peel
as a food for live stock, drying nnd
grinding tho pMatj into Oreo grades
of flour, and amo slIeltuT into Saratoga
Cltamborlala'o 22ro aad SVJu
A cortaln euro for Chronlo Soro Eyes,
Totter, Salt Itbouru, Scnld Head, Old
Chronlo 8onw, Fover Soros, Koroma,
Itch, Pralrlo Scratches, Soro Nippka
end Piles. It Is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of casoi havo boon cured br
It after All other treatment had foiled.
U Is put up In S3 and CO cent boxos.
For salo by H. 0. Hordwlck.
Cowh should bo milked in lW
Any one purchasing $1.50 worth of
our Plantation Itemedies ia eutltled
to tho Memphis Appeal Avalanche,
weekly, until Jnniinryl, 1891; or 100
retail, the Memphis Scimitar, weekly,
for samo length of timo. These rain
edios are guaranteed to cure, or money
refunded br inorchaut of whom
Medium sized hogs nro most prol
Tho BoBt Plaster Dampen n pioc.,
of flnuuel with CntuuUiiiWKni
Halm and bind it ou over inu K"nt (
pain. It is bolter thnn any pIsstM,
When the lunus in mnn km I, . n nn.
pllcstiou ou the chest and another i
the bsclc, Iwtweou the shoulder bld.s
Will nftfil lirnltint litiiiiiiimniii I Lm
is not iii nt' no irnrui fnr n In, in. I.. ,.r
. -- .,
I ., . , . . T,
n pnin iii ino sitie. a sre thrial (tin M
iunriv iiiwrtTH ini iiiriri in ntia imiFmt
by applying n bnndngu damp-
t'ltiHi nuil i am jnnn. isi cvni
tlis lor wuio uy Jt. U llaulMick,
"Wire fonclug is tho lxst for poull.y
Plantation PrunMirAi. Cin . ?l
nir. ,.. wi ui rn.n.,i.i. t.,.. n
Plantation Chill Cvnt is Jl
teed. If it don't euro g nnd got your
monoy bock. Ask your merchant
about it. Price 60ots. Sold by
Milk your cows ns late as possible
A Wonderful Seller,
Pleasant to tako, mild in its actios ?1
I l...r ! ... ..it-.. vt r. .11
uuu mm i uk in an vuuet. n ,i
tlntl M V.lOT.nttln.,, .lrt..rlol at " .!!-
MVU, ll HVIUIUVUk U.UftDI Ub VOUI, m
ivy., cortities tliot un sells morn
Liver Powder than all other liver
medicines combined, nnd it gives
better satisfaction than nny medicine
ho has over sold. A wonderful
soller. This great remedy is lost taking
the lead aboro other liror
Price 25c. Samples Free. For
sole by It. C. Hsrduick.
Daily exorcise is necessary to kftep
horses in Health.
Ts vmir lifn Kit iunlat
Dumb Chill; Ague; Cougetiro Chili; II
ueatu. 1 his is Hit. evolution ol thai J
malarinl chilly Mmsstiou Stoti iu A
time. Plantation I hill C'cr will
do it.or it will cost toil imtbiiif vjldi
b) ulhkemore Bros. "'J"
1 urraiiUt nnd goosiitwrrit nte as
t prupngnted from cutl'dgs.
Aif.tuur children to croupl
! xo, yuu Mtutiiti never
ttio of l Immoerlsiu's Coiigi
itmnly. Ii n a cor lain euro fdj
tnup, hiki n newr known I
. 1 1 givet. Irel ns mxhi ns U
Hi' nil nppvnr if wid
. 1 it, tit- ni e relisu
li. 'li ii- i' il- til mi. Iirr uho I,
ti(t nnd itHVr iU. M
,k)iiiIm (iii-iii I no danger I
LTlvitll? tiliH tuitindv in Inron ninl tn
otienL dofe. rs iLcnnLniiiH nntlnrw. I,j
jurious. 50 cent bottles for enlo byl
it. v. iiaruwiCK.
Diiht your turnips with wood ahej
fut n rtrn(v.ttnn At.nlnut fl.at. 'M
TO tha Pnhllv
Wo nro glad lo inform our ciisloner 3
taai. wo uavo accepiod iiio agency for
tho Carlstodt MtwiittioB Hn ' nn.i
Gorman Romodies notably Liver
rowder and Hrnin. As lb mn.
arotions oro fruits of long years of
SIUIIV UOIU lUUiirinnnr ntwt Ihio rnnn.
tfV nt Tirnmitintlf rttivclnlnns ,l.n
"J - .--....... l-..V-.U..., H.U ,Wl-
uiuinoi wmen iish ueon secured bi
them.whicht hev cheorf ully recomrnei
them for biliousnivss,
IliilW. sick headnchn. inrlitrwiilioii X
ThflCarlstedt ModieluntTn. reniM
us toguarauteblhoir romodies or r
uui& ,uui .film. iv ,1. ii.ir,. HMiiNini.r i.
S.. , , t ... i ,.
in uoi LTivon. I'nr iinnonrn inn ou a
childieu they highly rccotnend tb
ovrup. wonavo received niirfcral a
piy oi uoui syrup mid 1'owdorsBmm
uicn wo win uisinuuio lo tlio publ
Itegular prico for Syrup 50c. and
pr uottio; rowuer, xoc r or sale
H. 0. Hardwick.
Farms of a few acras can be iriii
tod by moius of a wind mill.
Plantation Cimm. f !nn alAK.ffltl
stops 'om quick, and They never coi
ijuc. ii you uou i oejiovu It, try-If
it don't ston Vm imh fnr m. u
ey back; you'll get it. Prfc fJOct.
ooki oy jJiauouioio Uros.
Overloaded troos should havo tlwj
fruit thiuded out while- green.
Why pay 1.00 for a chill curowhon J
Oil CUU Uliy rtANTATION LH1LI COKE
f us at 50of Sold by Blakomore Bros
1 o brook up a sotting lion, ehut her
i,. iu strange plnco a fow days.
veyoutiiwl Plantation Lives
. i i hubit mil cojiktf pttiion? Thoy
.ulecily delightful and a $ur
.o Pruo26ctsfc Sold by Bl nk
ii 1 1' Bros.
I here am 310 species of spidt b in
. . ,
Chills and Fover. '
Torpli) action of tho liver is u
. iiihl'auso ol chills and fover, Cal-'
inl irrilutes tho liver and lm uccsi
mriprury activity. Gorman Mvei
rowoersiimuiates lUo uctlon of tlJ
liver by fmpurtlug Blrength, and alsi
acts on tho lower bowelB, uxHl)lnJ
huh ncciiiuuisiious, a cure nceou
pllshed by this troatmont is wriii.
uent. Tho best way to euro ihij
nuu mver is io orovent lliom TJ
ouu oa done uy taking Uoriimn JJ
xowiier overy low clays tluringj
nmiariui season, or whenever viH
I.IIIik.... I.t.. or.. . i ..,-
iniiiuua, initi ion, H,r OOIIJO SO
u. ttaniwick's Lrug Store.
In China tho Emperor chooser
Ara You nilinn9
i so, regiuaio mo doivou Willi (j
man Liver Syrup. Tho mot iiltai
laxative snown. tins ostouisheil
ore, tvlll ahU'iilhU you. The,)
toma donote biliousness, fialld
pioctiou, dull eplrits, coated
j enow oy oh, sick iiuadaelie,.
oppeiiio. iieguirir sizo, fjOjy
iMiues. osmpia ootllo