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Oliver, The inventor, Dies.
Chicago, Fob 'J ThomiH Olivor,
inventor f the Oliver typewriter
difid Middonly today from heart tail
um. Mr. Oliver with hit wife, was
al a railroad Mat ion road- to start
lor Pino Mull. Ark., whou lie foil
over and died shortly after. At
Pino Blufl. it wa Mr. Oliver x intention
to loftt a tnnoliitio which he
had rct'iitly iuvoutcd and which he
dee 4 rod would revolutionize tlio cotton
idtiMry, bem a
(Jcvico, which wan to do away with
tho work now done by li.md.
Cures And Prevents.
W. T Ballcngcr, Lexington, Ky.,
aJ "I have mod Bourbon Hog
Cholera Hcinedy and I think it is the
HENRY WATTERSON, Editor
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Bears the the
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only remedy over made that will cure
and prevent hog clioLra.' Sold by
Waynes it Taylor. to
Bridge to Cost $30,000,000.
Newark, N. .J., Feb. '.. The New
.Jersey members of the interstate
bridge commission tod iv decided to
recommend to tho Now Jersey legislature
that the complete cost of tho
bridge to be built across the Hudson the
rivor shall not exceed gSO.OOO.OUO. the
This practically establishes the
that the bridge will be the
most costly single structure in the
world according to members of tho
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NOTABLES IN HOPTOWN
Arrives In ('resident Harahan's Private
Tin New Ork'tuiB I'lcayuuo Hays:
"William Al. Wood, president or tho
Annrlrnn Woolen Mills company, of
Boston, accompanied by Frank S.
Mill, a Boston capltallRt, and Theodore
It. Trooiullo, Kucrotnry and
treasurer of tin His .Muddy Itivor
Consolidated Coal Company, of
Ky., arrived over the Illinois
Central yesterday innrnitiK "
private ear of I'rcHldont J. T.
Ilarahan, Air. Wood Ih a heavy stockholder
Iti tho coal company, atid has
been making a lour of the company's
property. The party lt occupying
apartments at the St. Charles lintel
and will leave this evening for
"The Amcrlcnn Woolen MIUb rom
puny, of which Air. Wood Is the
head, Ih capitalized nt $63,000,000,
and has an annual output valued at
$7r,000,000. It operates thirty-four
plants, several of which are loaded
Lawrence Providence Rochester
Kulton and Lowell, and the number
employes aggregate 152,000.
Air. Wood nnd his party visited
Big Muddy Hivcr Consolidated
Coal Co.'s mines In Williamson and
Franklin countlos, Ky , and then
Islted the operating office, at
Ky , and the executive office
at Louisville, the mine, office at
Cartersvllle, 111., nnd the branch offices
In Jackson, AIIbk., and Now
"While making this trip I wanted
get down here and see something
the lower .Mississippi valley," Bald
Wood. "I have been pretty
biiHlIy 'occupied In the East Jind f
have never been In the South oefore
ntn renlly surprised and delighted
with what I hnvo seen of the Southern
country, and I believe that It
ought to be a great manufacturing
well as a great producing area."
The private car of President
with the above mentioned
on board, arrived In thlB city
or the I. C. last evening. They
eft by special train for Nnshvllle
nnd Woodburn. Ky , to visit the stock
farm of J L. NIchol, with the Intention
of purchasing a number of Kentucky
thoroughbreds, and will return
Hopklnsvllle again late this evening
Hopklnsvllle New Kra.
NO REASON FOR IT.
Why Marlon Citizens Show The
Certain Way Out.
There can ho no just reasons why
any reader of this will continue to
suffer the tortures of an aching back,
annoyance of urinary disorders,
dangers of diabetes of any kid
noy ills when relief is so near at
hand and the most positive proof
given that they can be cured. Read
what a Marion citizen says:
Wiu. Redd, liviim in Marion, Ky.,
says. "For some time I was subject
tu sharp twinges through my
loins when I stooped or lifted anything,
and I was generally troubled
with a pain in the small of my back.
night the aching was intense and
and when 1 aroso in the morning,
would be very lame I hecamo
tired casly, foil du,U and languid and
times was very nervous. The accretions
from my kidneys wcro too
frciUMH in action, and I would be
forocd to ariso from throe to four
limes during tho night on this account,
Learning of Djan's Kidney
Pills, I procured a box at llayncs it
Taylor's drug store, and after using
them about three days I noticed
reat relief, 1 cotitiuucd taking
them until I had used the contents
the box at which time 1 was cured,
feel a great deal bettor since using
Doan's Kidney Pills, nnd am pleased
give them my endorsement.
For sale by all dealers Price fif)
conts. Koster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Now York, sole agents lor the
Romcmbor the name Doan's
take no other.
Pet Duck Swallowed Ring.
Hoboken, N. J., Feb. 11. Six
ears ago Airs. Clnrn Helnzo lost a
diamond ring. Yesterday she had
roast duck for dinner and sho recovered
tho gem. Then she remembered
how alio lost her ring. She was
spooning with her sweetheart. They
were sitting on a log thnt ran out
Into a duck pond back of her father's
house. Tho ring must hnvo
slipped off and fallen In the water.
But for the diving duck she nover
would have recovered it. Tho duck
was a pot of her llttlo sister, and
when father Bald tho time lintl
for It to dlo tho little girl
wept. Sho was so fond of watching
tho duck dlo in tho pond. Father,
however, was determined nnd the
duck was duly executed. Little Nellie
averred sho would not out a
morsel of that sacred duck, so father
said- "All right, take It over to
Clara." Clara, now married, lived
close by. Nelllo took tho duck over
nor sister, and sister cookod It.
When sho and her husband sat down
eat Airs. Helnzo felt somothlni:
"irch'rg !n !.-! t Mi. I! -.vac !; !
diamond ring it had been picked
by the duck In one of Its diuvs. ,
nd lind grnhially worked Its way
io the breast !
TRIP TO NIAGARA FALLS.
A free trip to Cincinnati, Walnut
1 1 ill', Cleveland, Toledo, Niagara
I'll Hi and (he Great Lakes, will be
ivcn Badnor girls al tho closo of
AN EXTRAOIIDI.XAIIY Ol'l'OIlTUNI
j,V. The first mrl of our readers
who secures twenty subscriptions to
T he U III TT KN I) KX It KUO K
WILL UK awarded
a scholarship at Radnor,
providinu tutition in litcry music art
or ulcciitinu for the autumn session.
Nashville i" a beautiful city, the
center of the south, Radnor's
educational tours are dolightful
Why not seouro the prize, oontinuo
second session and get the trip free.
Faataara, Tallow, Imwu, CiaMBf,
CaUUa SmL( Yiln Rat). Mar Appla.
Wild CUtf. U. W an daalarti
nuLLM ia Uf caakur i
LaanV mad caa 4 kattat I ar ra A
Iran or ecawtaea rdiaaai. Rairatac.
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M. Safecl 4k f MM,
29 1. Marital St. L0UISVILLC. KY.
A $125,000 BIBLE
Silver Chandelier Weighing
The Ikons In the Cathedral of tho
Assumption In the Kremlin at Moscow
are Immensely valuable. They
about IHe tons of sliver and
live hundredweight of gold to the
Fromh soldiery In 1812, but this
i treasure wns recovered by the Cos
sacks, who. In their gratitude, presented
to the cathedral a silver chandelier
weighing 900 pounds. The
Jewel wltii which the lkonostas Is
ndorned are valued at $125,000, a
blngle emerald alone being worth
JGO.OfO This Is a Bible so large
that two men nre neded to lift It,
nnd It Is studded with gold and
emeralds and other stones. A sober
estimate of the weight of gold used
In the lkonostas nnd vessels of this
fnmous church alone places It at 10G
hundredweight Harper's Weekly.
Wash ngton OnceGivj IJd.
tluee doctors; was kept in bed for five
weeks: Blood poison from a spider's
bite caused large, deep sores to cover
his leg. The doctors'faied, then
Arnica Snlve completely cured
cured me," writes John Washington,
of Bosqueville, Tex. For exema, boils
burns and piles its supreme. 25 cents
at J. H. Orme'8 nnd Haynes & Taylor's
Also Large Stock of Klectric Light
Strcot Railway and Telephone Supplies
Constantly on Hand,
Don't fail to send for latest Catalogue
Jas. Clark Jr., Flectrlc Company,
'M'A W MainSt, Louisville, Ky,
OBJECT TO CLASSMATE.
Chicago. III., Feb. 10 at
the Congregational College at
Whenton are In a furoro over tho
arrival at the fashionable Institution
of a young negro womnn. The college
authorities may have to take
charge with u heavy hand in order
to bring quiet out of the affair.
The oung woman, Nellie Bright,
was recently put out of the Bcrea
College in Kentucky, as tho result
of enactment of n state law, nnd
her advent In Whenton threatens to
precipitate the same struggle Tho
Ileiea College was prohibited from
educating whites nnd blacks In the
same class room. Tho Unite
States Supreme Court upheld t.o
The Secret of Long Life,
A French scientist hns discovered
one secret of lonjr life. His method
deals with the blood, But long ago
millions of Americans hnd proved Electric
Bitters prolong life nnd makes it
worth living. It purifies, enriches and
vitalizes tho blood, rebuilds wasted
nerve cells, imparts lifo and tone to
the entire system. Its a godsend to i
weak, sick nnd debilitated people.
"Kidney trouble had blighted my life
for months, " writes W. M. Sherman,
tu iiciuig. tic., ' Liit Bitteis
cm. .1 - .lU." Onlv fiOe. ;'
i i () i. it i lt'i i is & T" ' '
f Mr. Parrish easily stands at the head of
American story writers, and his latest story
is undoubtedly his best. It is
Last Voyage of
the Donna Isabel
CI We have been fortunate in securing the
serial rights to the story, and in it offer to
our readers a rare literary treat.
The opening chapters begin in this issue. Read them.
Soldiers Balks Death Plot.
It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war
verteran, of Kemp, Texas., that a
plot existed between a desperate lung
trouble and the grave to cause his
death. "I contracted a stubborn cold"
he writes, "that developed a cough
that stuck to mc, in spite of all remedies,
for years. My weight ran down
to 130 pounds. Then I began to use
Dr. King's New Discovery, which restored
my health completely. I now
weigh 178 pounds." For severe Colds,
obstanant Coughs, Hemorrhages, Asthma,
and to prevent Pneumonia it's
unrivaled. 50c. and $1,00. Trial
froo. Guaranteed by Jas. H. Orme,
and Haynes & Taylor.
If you need a $40,00 range,
it may be had for 25 cent
coupon. You will find out
on the 22nd of Feb. T. F
Clif, Fredonia, Ky.
To Electrify Illinois Central.
Chicago, Feb. 11. With the promotion
of Louis C. Frltch from
by President Harahan, of the
Illinois Central railroad, to consulting
engineer of the road, an-
nounced yesterday, it Is expected
steps will soon be taken for the
electrification of that part of the
load lying within Chicago. Mr.
Frltch Is to devote his time entirely
to the subject.
J. D. HALL
Watch Maker and Repairer,
In Dr. J. N. Todds' Drug store
All work on "Watches, Clocks
Jewelry, Guns, Sewing Machines
and Musical Instruments
I have employed a First-Class
blacksmith, and will be
able to have all work entrust
ed to me, put out in No. 1
condition and at reasonable
prices. Horse-shoeing and
Carriage Painting a specialty,
34 4t A. J. Stembridge.
Bellville street R. R. crossing
A quick and powerful remedy is needed to break up an attack of croup.
Sloan's Liniment has cured many cases of croup. It acts instandy when
applied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm, reduces
the inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing.
gives quick relief in all cases of asthma, bronchitis, sore throat, tonsilitis,
ant! pains in the chest. rricr, aoc, ami ui.oo.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.