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i liirou month.-
Blackburn Forged Ahead of tho SLo-
publican Nominoo Saturday.
. i ,v I on-.' re".-
L DICA TIOSS. Fair weather, with con
tinned low ttiiijitriitiirc.
.Si'Kakiku of tliti )li(siuin'!iU biibacriii
tioii fur .' new bund issue, Henry
Clews hay. :
There luis been no i leu that any such
Amount of rapi'al m lvinir around un
employed n- Mil- lutl-i for tho loan have
revealed. It w tuiMiud that, when con
tidence is in a-mi,iiily restored as it
should lie under tins twelve months' pro
tection of the returns now secured ii
portion of thin mix hundred millions of
funds will bo found available for tho
tosteriiu.' of now corporate enterprises;
and the reasoning appears to bo well
It is understood thnt nn important
sum of the loan noes to the Gorman
Keichsbank, and that other sums have
been awarded to representatives of Con
tinental investors. These encasements
place so much to our credit in Europe
and will have an easing effect upon the
foreign exchanges; which, according to
current symptoms, do not seem likely to
give us much inconvenience for tho next
few months. Thus tho conditions af
fecting Wall street interests and tho
general business of tho country have en
tered on a now and entirely more hope
ful phase, and the current year should
show more prosperous results than wero
realized in 1895.
The joint, ballot for Senator Saturday
resulted: Hunter, 63; Blackburn, 5,1;
Carlisle, 3; Weissinger, Carroll, Violott.
Holt, 3; Cowling, Ilissctn, Carpenter.
McCreary, 1 ; Speight. Cochran, 1 ; Rum
mans. B.ite, l;Poor. There wero 110
members present; necessary to a choice,
On Saturday, February 29th, 1S90, at 2
o'clock p. in., on tho promises, the under
signed will offer for sale that certain
property situated near Lowisburg, this
county, and on the turnpike running up
and by the Baptist Church, and being
the homestead property of the lato Mrs.
Thomas Berry, same containing eighteen
acres, two roods and twenty-five poles of
land. Terms; One-third cash, one-third
one year, one-third two years; deferred
payments to bear six per cent, interest
per annum from date until paid, with lien
retained on premises to secuio.
Enoch Bghry, for owners.
February 12, 1895.
The Litigation Over the Office of Ohief
Tho case of William Seroy vs. George
Worthington, for possession of the office
of Chief of Police, of Ashland,was decided
at Catlettsburg Friday night in Serey's
favor, allowing liim two years yet to
The decision is in line with tho claims
of Chief of Police Ort, of this city. It is
Btated that Worthington will carry the
case to the Court of Appeals.l
A Card From Messrs. Fant andPearce
of the Deposit Bank of Foarce,
Fant & Go.
A groat calamity has befallen our commuulty.
An honest and upright man, who lias bad tho
confidence of this county for now almost forty
years, has been compelled to make an assign
ment. This, of course, will cause great doubt
ami want of confidence In the community:
Now In order to satisfy the curium and doubtful
we, tho undersigned, who own 81-17,000 of tho
stock. In the Deposit Hank of I'earce, 1'aiit &. Co,
hold ourselves Individually responsible to tvery
depositor for tvery cent he or she may hare In
the bank. Resides this Mtatement, we are, by our
charter, bouud for double the umount of our
stock. Wo desire any who has any doubt of tho
bink, or our individual responsibility, not tolo.e
a-iy sleep, but call nt once and they will receive In
current funds, all that we hold Intrust for them.
Wm. S. Fant,
Klcralngsburg, Ky. E. E. I'eakce.
Near Eminence, W. J. O'Bannon re
ports his tenant, on his father's place,
having cultivated ten acres of tobacco
that netted him $1,711 .50. Tho same piece
of ground, in four crops, three of them
successive, yielded betwoen $5,000 and
Dr. J. II. Cochran was registered at
the Imperial, Now York City, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Thomas spent
Saturday with his mother at lied Oak, O.
Mr. Wm. C. Curran is on the sick
list, his many friends soon hope to hear
of his speedy recovory.
Mrs. Thomas A. Davis and Miss Mol
lio T. Edmonds left Saturday to visit Mrs.
Edward Hector, of Chicago.
Miss Mollio Laytham and Mr. John
Latham, of Donnerail, Fayette County,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Perrine.
Mr. M. E. McKellup and (laughters
returned from Manchester yesterday aft
ernoon where they attendou the funeral
of his mother.
Mr. Mark Donovan returned to his
home in Winchester, Ky., after spending
a week hero with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Tnomas Donovan, of Grant street.
Mrs. Tillio Schroiber, of Cincinnati,
returned homo yesterday afternoon after
spending o fw iluyw hem with ihe family
t)f- her father, Mr. Fred Schatzmann, of
West Second street.
Assistant General Passenger Agent
0. B. Ityan, of tho 0. and O. was iioro
Saturday, accompanied by Postmaster
Wilgus of Hopkinsville, who has also
been connected with tho passonger de
partment of tho road.
In tho Senate Lay introduced a bill for
the benefit of ex-Sheriffs of tho Com
monwealth. It provides that ox-Sheriffs
be allowed to appoint, by consent of tho
County Judge, deputies to assist them in
collecting their old taxes.
Mr Smith A bill regulating firo in
surance companies or associations and
their agents authorized to do business in
tho State. It makes it unlawful for any
association to take risks upon property
at greater rate of insurance, and 10 per
cent, in addition, thun tho rates charged
in Ohio on same class of property.
Mr. Bennett A bill to permit minis
ters of tho gospels to travel free of toll
on tho roads of tho State when on min
Mr. Salyer offered a resolution propos
ing an amendment to the Constitution
relating to Circuit Courts. It gives the
General Assembly tho power to fix tho
number and length of terms of Circuit
Court to bo held in each county every
year. If the resolution is adopted by
three-fifths vote of each House tho
amendment is to bo submitted to a vote
of the people at next general election.
Mr. Ilnyward, from the Committee on
Education, reported Ililes' Compulsory
Education bill unfavorably.
A bill to prevent fishing with net not
over ten feet in length passed by a vote
of 28 to 1.
Smith's bill to provide for tho deficiency
in the jury fund provides that warrants
issued for jury service shall bear interest.
The bill passed by a vote of 21 to 12.
In tho House tho Thompson bond bill
authorizing the Sinking Fund Commis
sioners to borrow 5500,000 to meet the
State deficit, was made a special order
for next Wednesday.
The bill authorizing an additional levy
of 10 cents on all taxablo property for
three years was given its second reading.
The Governor sent a communication
saying he had approved a bill providing
for tho advertisement of real estate sales.
It is the first and only bill yet sent to the
An amendmont to tho Kentucky bird
laws was passed. It prohibits the killing
of quail in Kentucky for two years.
The resolution allowing Dunlap $572
and Kauffman $402 for attorneys' fees
and expense in their contest was passed.
" The Common People,"
As Abraham Lincoln called them, do not care to
argue about their ailments What th y want is
a medicine that will cure them. The simple,
honest statement, " I know that Hood's Saru
parllla cured me," is tho best nrgumuit In favor
of this medicine, and this is what many thou
sands voluntarily suy.
Hood's Pills are tho best aftor-diuncr pllN
assist digestion, cure hcudachc. 2.1c.
My daughter, tiru trpnbjed wth uqrqf-
X trolling formed In .one o( hor
open. It dis
ly and tho
whole side of
her head be
y, A'.- I xno irouoio
years ana sno
lost the hear
ing In that
car. After an
attack of ty
phoid fever she was loft very weak. She
coughed and raised a great deal. We
resorted to Hood's Barsaparlllo and
after taking six bottles she was great
ly Improved. Now the soros are perfectly
healed and sho has good hearing In that
ear." Mrs. M. Wilkinson, Parham,Tonn.
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Is tho Only Truo Blood Purlflor promi
nently In tho public eyo. $1 six for f5.
Prepared only by O. 1. Hood & Co..
Apothecaries, Lowell, Moss., U. S. A.
WrinH'c Pillc ct harmoniously with
Fire Insurance. Duloy & Baldwin.
Nenrouswomen will find relief In Hood's Sar
saparllla, because It enriches the blood and thus
strengthens tho ncryes.
The Athletic Association of Lexington
has organized a baseball team. The asso
ciation elected T. L. Campbell President,
J.'B. Turner Manager, and Smith Alford
Captain. Manager Denny, of the team,
Bays that Roberts, the champion catcher
of three years ago, will again bo on the
team thta year.
TnE Court of Appeals Saturday morn
ing affirmed the judgment of the Boyle
Circuit Court in the case of tho United
States Building and Savings Association
vs. Scott, in which it holds that foreign
corporations cannot charge a greater rato
of interest than six per cent., tho legal
Thk Augusta Chronicle says : " In tho
case of John Turner vs Simeon Turner,
I an old land mark in our courts, a sum
mons to take depositions was issued, and
when the officer notified Mr. Turner to
bring up his witnesses, he simply replied :
' It's too lato now ; all my witnesses are
Governor Bradluv has offered a re
ward of $250 for the arrest of John Coffey,
an ex-convict, who was pardoned by ex
Governor Brown on condition that he
leave the State for good. Coffee not only
returned to Kentucky, butihe shot Dep
uty Sheriff McKee, of Hart County, who
attempted to arrest him.
Mr. Henry Ray, who purchased tho
Postoffice Drugstore last week, took pos
session this morning, and will be glad to
have his friends and tho public generally
to call when thoy want anything in tho
drug line. lie will give special attention
to the prescription department. Pre
scriptions promptly and carefully filled.
Give him a call.
Says the Richmond Pantagraphi: 4,E S.
Perry, of Vfuysvillo, .i in the city gather
ing material for a biographical encyclo
pedia of Kentucky. It will contain
sketches of foveral Madicon men, among
tlii-m will probably bo Gon. (J. M. Clay,
Major John D. Harris, Dr. L II. Bhinton,
Governor Jas. B. .McCreary, Major U. F.
Burnam, S.unuel II. Slone, Green Clay
Smith and othcr,prominoiitMadisonians."
Manchester Signal : " One of tho most
charming functions ot tho social season
was tho tbimblo party given by Mrs.
John A. Murray, on the afternoon of Feb
ruary 5th, in honor of Mrs. Harriet L.
Sexton, of Yellow Springs, Ohio, and
Mrs. E. C. Phister and Mrs. Judge Thos.
Piaster, of Maysville, Kentucky. The) A farmer at Melbourne, Campbell
guests having arrived were gathered ' County, struck himself on tho knee with
around a work table, where wero found an ax, shattering tho knee-cap and cut
many bright silken quilt pieces which ting a deep wound. Instead of calling in
were to bo made into squares, tho per-' a doctor, he took the advice of an igno
8on making the greatest number in a rant neighbor and put wood ashes into
given time to receivo first prize. Mrs. the wound and sowed it up, to keep the
Biggar being the fortunate one, received . ''joint oil from oozing out." He was soon
a beautiful china cake plate. Mrs. E. C. almost crazy from the pain, and if the
prize doctors now succeed in saving his leg lie
Phister winning tho consolation
was given a copy of Howolls'
1 Five , will be fortunate indeed
Paris Kentuckian: "Twenty-five years
ago last Wednesday, Elder J. S. Sweeney
preached his first sermon as pastor of the
Paris Christian Church. The great change
in the congregation hn found hippo of
quarter of a century has witnessed when
he entered upon his pastoral charge.
Many have changed location, and scores
have been cut down by tho stythe of
death, until now as he looks from his pul
pit hardly sees a faro into which ho gazed
when he delivered hi first discourse in
the sacred edifice. Ho has labored zeal
ously and effectively, accomplished much
good, his flock love him and ' rise up and
call him blessed.' "
Dr. John Henry, Cincinnati's noted
hypnotibt, died at the home of J. L.
Thomas, near Bristol, Tonn., Friday.
Dr. Henry had recently been lecturing
in Richmond, Va., and while there had
mi ingiowmg toe nail removed, and as a
result blood poison set in and was fol
lowed by gangrmie. Physicians ampu
tated his leg below'tho knee joint with
the hope of saving his lifo, but tho shock
proved too great and ho never rallied.
Dr. Henry will bo remembered by many
people in Maysville. Ho instructed a
class in pschology and hypnotism some
cars ago in this city, and gavo several
public exhibitions of bis wonderful
How much business can a man do whose sys-
Old people who require medicine to tern is in u statu of disorder ? Headache is only
regulate the bowels and kiduojn will find
mo iruo romeuy in uicciric uuiers.
This medicine does not stimulate and
contains no whisky nor other intixn-unt,
but acts as a tonic and alti'Mtive. It
a"ts mildly on ! Pt'in""'' " ' t.ovU
adding strength and giving tone to tho
organs, theroljy aiding nature in tho per
formance of the functions. Electric Bit
ters is an excellent appotizer and aids
a symptom. It Is not a disease. Tho pain in
tin' head s tho sign of rebollion. 'There have
been mistakes lu diet and other abuses,
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets aro a gentle,
effective renovatoi and invlgorutor of stomach,
llvor Hiid howi'lt. They aint nature without
threatening to tear the body pleco-meal. Thcro
are no griping pains, uq nausea. Ono Is a laxative
A book of 1,003 pages, profusely Illustrated,
digestiou. Old people find it just exactly written by Dr. It. V. Pierce; called " Tho People's
what they need. Price fifty cents per Common Senso Medical Adviser," will bo sent
bottle nt J. James Wood's drug store. i rco for 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of mail-
' log only. World's Dispensary Medical Associa-
Accident ins. tickets. W. R. Wardor. tloii, Xo. 3 Main street, Buffalo, N, Y.
A Stocking Story
Founded on fact, and the kind to interest shrewd
buyers. Under the heading special you will find
a chapter to hold your attention. We inserted it (at
our loss) to determine how many women re;ad pur
advertisements It's a sure way to make jthe dis
covery, for we know every reader will become a
FJcecft .Lined Homs Fast bluck,
30 guago, double solo. Those goods sold
all season for 25c, now closing out at 18c.
Not a full assortment, eo don't delay buy
ing. Fast black, fleece lined, high spliced
heel and toe, ribbed top, full lino of sizes
from 8J to 10. Regular price 40c, now
Finest quality, silk fleeced, cxtru width
and in all sizes, in ribbed or plain tops ;
none better made. Regular price 50c,
Children's Fleece Lined, fast black, in
two qualities and prices. Regular 15c
Hoso for 10c, and 25c for 18c Buy fpr
the future when you can buy like this.
Spcciul. Would you liko to make
six purchases for the usual price of four?
Does a saving of one-third in a very(nec
essary urticlo of youi spring outfit appeal
to you ? Of course you like quantity in
your Hosiery supply, and don't youllko
quality too, when both are within the
limitations of tho narrowest purse? For
one week wo offer our best 25c. Stocking
(women's) for 17c, six for $1. They'aro
this season's goods and nro first-class in
every way- Past black, two thread, forty
guage, double sole, high spliced ,hqel and
toe. This is where buying is saving.
D. HUNT & SON.
CHINA Uandsomo Plates, beautiful Cups and Saucers, elegant Din-
5 ner and Tea Sets aud all tho latest novoltlcs. Simply giving them away, g
CUT CL S3 Tho finest American cuttings ot 10 to 20 per cent. less 5
C than they can be fought for elsewhere. p
S LAM PS Our stock is tho largest and most complcteever brought to
5 thocltv. Price from 20c. to 520. and every Lamp guaranteed. 5
p mrWlth every Cup, Snuoor or Ilato purchnsed wo present you ,
2 with nn tinsel.
CD. RUSSELL & CO.,
A nn.n.1 TklirnaHnn fnllnCTS tUC use
f Brown's Iron Bittkrs. Indigestion is caused
I by the stomach's lack of lone. BROWN'S IRON
1 rilTTims sunolies the tone. Not a beverage an
a alterative tonic simple, curative, certain, pure. ,l
PUHA.5.. ,. . ,;,,
S?,i Malaria. CM11 and Fever. Kidney and Liver
i r-.i- -,,,.. ti..i. Tnfintiit es. imuurc moou.
I Neuralgia. Brown Chemical Co., uaiumoreMu.
The Masons, Oddfellows and EnightB
New York Dispatch: "The growth
and prosperity of tho various benevolent
and social organizations, Masonic, Odd
follows, Legion of Honor, Knights of Py
thias, Red Men and all the others is
plainly evidenced in their works, their
elegant buildings and assembly halls and
the prido of each member in all that per
tains to tho welfare of his society. And
there exists among all the millions who
affiliate thus the warmest spirit of friend
liness and good comradeship. Is not
this an indication that tho dawn of the
day ot 'Peace on earth, good will
among men,' is not far distant."
The books for Delinquent Taxes are
now in my hands, for collection of the
taxes due thereon. All tax-payers aro
hereby notified that if their taxes are not
paid on or before March 1st, 1890, the
property will bo advertised for Bale, thus
entailing extra expense upon them.
By order ot Council.
D. P. Out, Chief of Police.
Tun Wkkkly Bullktin fl.60 a year.
GOODING'S MINERAL SPRING WATER, which
has recently become famous on account of its
curative properties, Is a soft, mild, Mineral Wa
ter, pleasant to tho taste, freo from organic mat
ter, aud If" ih urged with tho following named
minerals .Carbonate of Iron, Magnesia and 1,1 me,
Sulphate of Magnesia und Potash, Chloride of
Sodium, Carbonato of Soda, Silica, Carbonate
Acid Gas and marked traces of llromlnc I'lioa
phatcH. Nitrates, Alumnla aud Lithium Com
pounds. Tho water has proven beneficial In cases of con
sumption, giving relief from NlghtSwcats, Chills
and Fever. It also gives patient a healthy appe
tite and perfect digestion. It Is uuequaled as a
euro for Chronic Diarrhoea, Indigestion and Dys
pepsia. Its use will prove equally beneficial in
Gravel, Calculus, Chronic Inllammatlon and
Catarrh of the Bladder, Diabetes aud Rheuma
tism. All orders for water will bo promptly filled.
Address all communications to
PROP'R GOODING MINERAL SPRING,
JEj T7 DEI ZES "XVbs
You spend with TRAXEL. brings
Its full return. Every purchase
made of him is appreciated. Ho
docs not assume that you cannot
buy elsewhere, hut ho does claim
that ho has tho QUALITY.
Wo have for salc255 acres
of Land, with residence of
10 rooms and tenant house
of three rooms, within two
and a half miles of Paris.
Thcro are 155 acres of tim
ber and as fine land as can
be found anywhere. No
better tobacco land.
The farm will bo offered
for sale for tho next fif
teen days, and if not sold
by tlinttime it will be with
drawn from the mar.Ir.ct.
Address us at Paris, Ky.
T. Hart Talftot & Go.
Tho wlde-awako merchant never
loses an opportunity to Increase tho
number of his customer!. He's out
for business at all times. Experlouco
has demonstrated that If you wish to
reach tho people you must advertise
In the BULLETIN.
If you wish to let tho peoplo of
this city and surrounding country
know what you havo to sell, adver
tise In the Bulletin. There Is no bet
ter vadium through which to talk to
them of tho bargains you oiler.
and you will bo convinced. This is
Just the time to advortlso If you wish
to catch tho season's trade. Peoplo
aro buying their winter goods. Let
them know what you're soiling. Ad