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I RIDAY, APRIL 3, 1890.
Generally fair weather; possibly light flur
ries of mow on the lake, warmer Friday even
ing; brisk and high westerly winds.
GnYKRKoit Hhadi.ky lino nppointed V.
L. MfOlintni'k, (if this city, to bo chief
clerk iu Amlitor'd ollice, at n salary ot
$1,500 per yi-ar.
Tlie above in a .-pccial from Paria.
Bradley is evidi-ntly dill boss, and pro
poses to exercise his authority as such.
Most Auditors would want to name
their own clerks.
Tub Philadelphia Public Ledger, one
of the ablest Republican pnpers in the
highest tariff" State in the Union, thus
sizes up McKinley:
" !Tu ta tint rtwi nf ffinan rt timn
patriots and statesmen who behevo that
tho ollice, especially the greatest ollice of
all, shall seek the man, since for tho last
two years he has been going up and down
the land, oast and west, north and south,
bidding for and seeking tho ollice, which
no man having a decent regard for polit
ical ethics ami pergonal dignity should
bid for or seek."
It further says his abilities are " re
spectable," but not "great," and that his
money plank, upon which he is running,
" lacks every element of political frank
ness and is inconclusive, evasive, shuff
ling and straddling."
Falling at Pittsburg.
The Hudson is duo down this evening
Rev. J. V. Poguo, of Talapooa, Ga.,
was in Georgetown, Ivy., this week.
Mr. L. C. lilutlermaii was a visitor
on 'Change at Cincinnati Wednesday.
The Shurley is to-night's packet for
Pomeroy. The Bonanza down from that
Still rising here with about forty-five
feet on marks. There is another rise out
of the Kanawha.
The boats all had a hard day nf it yes
terday. The river was rougher than it
had been for a long time.
Prepaiations are being made in Louis
ville to form a big excursion party to
visit Pittsburg by way of the river. The
time for departure has not yet been
decided upon, but it will start some time
very soon. The handsome greyhound,
the City of Louisville, will bring the ex
cursionists as far as Cin , O., where they
will be transferred to the palatial Vir
ginia, the latter packet taking the party
The timber run out of tho Little Ka
nawha this spring will be tho biggest in
fifteen years. It is estimated that fully
$1,000,000 woith of stufl'is already coming
or getting into shape to move. An idea
of the benefit and relief derived from
such a run can be iimigincd when it is
known that nearly fifty saw mills, with
several thousand employes, will again
begin operations, many of them after
over a year's idleness.
Representative Pugh gets what he
wants in the liver and harbor bill. Tho
committee gives $:0,000 for the Hig
Sandy and $5,000 for the improvement of
the Louin and Tug forks, to bo equally
divided between them. Tho appropria
tion for tho Big Sandy, Mr. Pugh says,
will bo sufficient to complete the Gov
ernment work on that river already un
der way, and the $3,000 appropriation
will clear the forks of the river of ob
structions. Dover News: "There is some talk of
Capt. Robert Taylor, of Higginsport,
again putting tho Knos Taylor in the
Augusta-Maysville line, since Capt. Kdg
ington has abandoned tho trado. The
Knos Taylor was built for this trado, and
is now at Higginsport, where she has
recently been thoroughly overhauled and
repainted, and is as good as now. Tho
people of Dover would certainly appre
ciate a boat in this lino since thoy feel
tho inconvenience of tho abandonment
of the trade."
Timtnaro nino Demociatic candidates
for Jailer of Franklin County.
Judtio Ilarbeson, of Flemingsburg,
was in town yesterday.
Mr. Chnrles C. lVarco, of Flemings
burg, was hero yesterday.
Mrs. Mary Slack is nt homo after a
visit at Sharpsburg and Millerftburg.
Messrs. duv Kllison and Clias. Law
ler, of West Union, were registered at
tho Central Hotel Thursday.
Mrs. Thomas Gilmoro, of Huntington,
W. Va., left for her homo this morning
after a pleasant visit to Mrs. M. It. Gil
more, of Limestone street.
Dover Nowh: "Miss Mollio Knto
Boyd, of Maysvillo, was tho guest of Mrs.
Edward K. Owons, tho latter part of last
week, returning homo Monday."
STA'D FROM UNDER.
Something's Going to "Drap," if Eu-
mors Count The Political
The Republicans of the Ninth Congres
sional district will meet in Maysvillo a
week from next Tue-day to nominate a
candidate for Representative, express
their choice for Elector, select delegates
to the State convention and also name
district delegates to the National conven
tion. No county convention lias yet been
called to select delegates to tho district
convention, and many people, irrespec
tive of party, have been wondering what
caused the delay iu this matter.
But they need not wonder any longer,
if rumor is right.
It is said the friends of Boss Brudle
realize that tho Mason County Republi
cans, while thev admi.e IJiadlev, aie
strongly in favor of Major McKinley for
President, and they further realize that
when tho county convention is held the
Ohio man will be indorsed.
Now tho Bradleyites don't want it to
go out over the district that Mason
County lias gone back on the boss, and
therefore it is said they have prevailed
on the powers that bo, in tho County
Committee, not to call the county con
vention until the eleventh hour, a week
from next Monday, just tho day before
the district convention. See?
But the McKinleyites don't intend to
be "held up" in any such manner. Jt is
reported that they will call a nias meet
ing of the Republicans for next Monday
afternoon and formally declare for Ohio's
man for President.
If tho Bradleyites make a fight, lively
times may be looked for in a few days.
Best of All.
To cleanse tho syhteni in a gentle and
truly beneficial manner, when the spring
time comes, use the true and perfect
remedy, Syrup of Figs. One bottle will
answer for all the family and costs only
50 cents; the large size $1. 15uy tho
genuine. Manufactured by tho Cal
ifornia Fig Syrup Company only, and for
sale by all druggists.
Dit. Mausii, of Danville, has been on
the sick list several (lavs.
Chairman Chaulks It. Long has 6ent
out letters-calling the Democratic State
Executive Committee to meet in Louis
ville April 22 to tix a time and place
for holding tho Stute Democratic Con
vention. Ait. Co is, charged with shooting
with intent to kill; L. T. Bennington,
charged with criminal assault, and Pearl
Blair, charged with forgery, broke jail at
Went Unfon Wednesday night by sawing
their way out of Adams County's new
Tiik Nicholasvillo Council refuses to
tako water iu more senses than one.
Because of a disagreement with the
water works company tho city has or
dered nil tho mains shut oil" until tho
corporation makes bettor terms.
Missouri papers aro alleging that this
notice was recently found pasted on tho
walls of a deserted homestead in tho arid
region of Kansas: "Four miles from a
neighborhood, sixteen miles from a post
office, twenty-five miles from a railroad,
fourteen miles from a schoolhouse, forty
one miles from a church, 180 miles from
timber, 200 miles from a Democrat, half
a milo from water, a quarter of a mile
from hell, and the same distance from a
Republican. Gone to Missouri, which is
God's country, to get a fresh start."
Mu. Charles It. Long, Chairman of
tho Democratic State Executive Com
mittee, will to-day issue a call for a meet
ing of tho members of that committee.
Tho committee will bo called to meet in
Louisville within tho next ten days to
arrange for a time and placo for holding
tho State convention. It is said that
somo members of the Stato Executive
Committeo will desiro to re-organize
somo of tho district and county commit
tees, and that, though tho Executive
Committeo has that authority, any steps
in that direction will meet with opposi
tion. Electric Bitters.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for
any scatton, but pot haps moro generally
needed in tho Spring, when tho languid
exhausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the need
of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt
use of this medicine has often averted
long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No
inetlicino will act moro surely in coun
teracting and freeing the system from
the malaria poison. Ileadacho, Indi
uostion, Constipation, Dizziness, yield to
Electric Bitters. Only fifty cents por
bottle at J. James "Wood's drug storo.
Of ill health, despondency and despair,
gives way to tho sunshine of hope,
happiness and health, upon taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla, because it gives
roncwed life and vitality to tho blood,
and through that imparts
uervo 6trcu Jt gth, vigor
and energy l to tho whole
body. Read Ttf this letter:
"Hood'sSar VB eapa r i 11a
helped mo wonderfully,
changed sickness to health, gloom to sun
shine. No pen can describe what I Buf
fered. I was deathly sick, had sick head
aches every few days and thoso terrlblo
tired, despondent feelings, with heart
troubles so that I could not go up and
down stairs without clasping my hand
over my heart and resting. In fact, It
would almost tako my breath away. I suf
fered so I did not care to live, yet I had
much to live for. Thero is no pleasuro in
life if deprived ot health, for lifo becomes
a burden. Hood's Sarsaparilla does far
moro than advertised. After taking one
bottle, it Is sufllciont to recommend
itself." Mhs. J. E. Smith, Beloit, Iowa.
Is the One Truo Blood Purltler. All druggists. $1.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood&Co., Lowell, Mass.
vtA) n:il euro all liver 11
HOOd S FlllS ness, headache,
euro all liver Ills, bllious-
Black and Tan
j. mm pegs.
Court of Appeals Makes an Important
Decision in Regard to th.-i Fil
ing of Offichl Bonds.
Franktort, April 2. The Court of
Appeals this morning rendered a de
cision in tho Jefferson County Sheriff
case, affirming tho decision of Judge
Field and holding that Mr. Pilanz, the
deposed Sheriff, is entitled to the office.
Under this decision Sheriff Gillum,
of Allen County, who was also deposed
from office on account of his failure to
file official bond by tho first Monday
in January, will alio lie reinstated to
The whole court sat in tho Pflanz
case, and all of tho Judges concurred
in the opinion, which is an exhaustive
review of the case by Chief Justice
Tho Republicans who were in such a
hurry to kick Mr. I'flanz outof office will
now have to vacate in his favor.
Wanted The ladies to call and exam
ine tho latest fancies in fashionable milli
nery direct from Now York. Prices the
lowest. Anna M. Frazah, Agent.
Tiik Stato Board of Equalization has
increased the assessment of land in
Nicholas County 15 per cent.
J. W. McDoNouan, of Chicago, claims
that lie has perfected a process by which
natural colors can bo photogiaphed.
Miss Nora Chandler, daughter of Mr.
Thomas Chandler, is critically ill at tho
home of her father near Moransburg.
Mas. James Lawwill, who moved a
few weeks ago from near Aberdeen to
Pino Grove, Fayotto County, died this
week of measles. Sho leaves eight
I don't sell the cheapest made, but I
do sell tho best makes tho cheapest.
Solo agent " Monitor " Ranges and
"Mother's Choice" cook stoves.
Wm. F. Power.
The protracted services in the First
Baptist Church aro held each day at 3
p. in. and 7:15 p. m. Rev. J. W. Porter
seems to bo an experienced evangelist,
and liis sermons aro very forcibly and
earnestly presented. Tho interest is in
creasing with each service. Tho singing
is quite a feature of tho service.
A Wonderful Curo.
Howard's Mil), Ky., February 22nd, 1890. My
Httlo son bos boon ilellcute for several years, and
tho physicians did not do him any Rood. Wo
concluded to glvo him Hood's Sarsaparilla nnd
this incdicliio has oll'ectcd a wonderful euro. Ho
has not been sick ono day slnco taking It. 1
h'avo also been relieved of neuralgia by Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Mrs. Jesslo SI. Pee.
Hood's pills curo biliousness, indigestion,
Sib 1 Foil 01 to Street
We discovered that long ago. If we want your trade (and
f course we do) we have to work for it. How is this as value
for ou and cash for us?
Friday, 9 to 11 a. m.
Spool Knitting and Embroidery Silk, warranted pure silk,
fast co'ors, thirty yards to the spool, all shades, big assortment,
5 cents a spool. Of cour.se you are astonished ; you can buy a
25c spool of Knitting Silk for the price of cotton. But remem
ber the old tidnge, seeing is believing. 6c. Indigo Prints, in
flower, polka dot, check and stripe designs for 4 cents a yard.
If you think them regular 5c. Calico bring a sample at that
price, compare it, convince yourself. We want you to do it.
Friday, 3 to 5 p. m.
About one dozen dress patterns of finest grade China Silk,
in light and dark grounds, mostly $1 goods, a few at 75c, all
marked for quick selling at 47c. a yard. They are as eye-delighting
and dainty as the Easter lilies, but there ends the sim
ile, for the beauty of the silk laughs at time.
Shirt Waist wearing is upon us, and these will solve the
disposal of y ur watch : Pure Silk Guards, Japan hook and
slide, 10 cents each; pure Silk Guards, Silk ball slide, 15 cents
each ; pure Silk Guards, enameled slide, sterling silver swivel,
39 cents each; pure Silk Guards, sterling silver slide, 49 cents.
D. HUNT & SON.
ou3 gnina km queenswam
Are guaranteed to be precisely as represented; tho dollars paid for it
last hecauso the poods last. We are making special drives on Chamber
Sots this week. Call in.
0. D. RUSSELL &
Many a victim of
is lint rr.nl , J..."".. xr "..,"? lunS '
Ipaui is real to the
r.,,,r Ti "".: ;r?"""VJ """. -"""wiNis iron
vui. iniL iiii iiii:nriiiirif mio iiriAt.r s
'.,, ..,." tW
uiA,ivn iiii in im
"" ,""'" dyspepsia, .neuralgia, Malnria.
Female Infirmities, Liver and Kidney Diseases
A gentleman's hat, Ilechinger & Co. sole
Collector Shelby has made tho follow
ing assignments of local revenue officials
for April :
II. 1 Chenoweth, Storekeeper, day, W. 1
W. C. Johnson, Storckeeper-Gaugcr, I'oyntz
W. S. Sinclair, Storekeeper, J. II. Rogers.
Harry Taylor, Ganger, II. K. I'oguo Company.
For a good investment tako stock in
the sixth series of the People's Building
Association, commencing May 2, 1890.
On tho 20th of February, the home of B G.
Wheatley was a sceno of sorrow, as tho loved
ones gainered around the bed ol his daughter,
Amanda, and wltncsed tho close ol her short
life. For tun long weeks she had patiently suf
fered, while physicians and relatives vainly tried
to stay tho destructive work of the fever, but tho
summons had come and so In the tweuty-llrst
year, In the bloom of youth, when life seemed
beautiful and bright, sho went away. One long
ing to stay, faintly spoken, and then methlnks
tho weary soul caught a glimpse of tho glory be
yond tho skies and sank quietly away to rest,
while tho last faint rays of tho winter Min glim
mered down and tho breezes of tho departing
day mourned in sad sympathy. Mr. Wheatley
was absent and her last words were : " Tell papa
good-bye." Many friends and relatives followed
thocorpsototts last resting place In tho Shannon
church yard, ond to many who knew and loved
her the event of her death will causa Ufa to seem
deprived of much of Its gladness. Hut let us not
wish to call her from that rest so sweet and
peaceful, but rather remember that
" We have no tlmo to charm away
Sad dreams that through tho eyelids creep.
But never doleful dream agalu,
Sba'l break tho happy slumber when
" Ho glveth his beloved sleep."
Tho parents of tho deceased express sincere
gratttudo for the kindness and sympathy of
friends and neighbors.
Four out of flvo who
montal worry, attacks
of "tho blues," tiro but
paylntr tho penalty of
early oxcesses. Vic
tims, roolalm your
manhood, regain your
vigor. Don't despair, fiend for book with
explanation and proofs. Mailod (scaled) f rco.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
Lasts Longest, and we Give the
Best Dollar's Worth
CO., "The Chinamen."
disp.nsp 4c tnKl thof u: :n
sufferer, and lie needs a real
rrriir Ttiru iasi
"'"V "'" vr vjcnume
.. VHUu.waw -., Ajaiiiiuuie, iua.
WANTED By experienced man with good
habits apotlilou as s-ilesumn. Experlenco
In general merchandise. Bestnf reference given,
or boud If ncccfrsury Address BULLETIN ofllce.
ANTED Three white girls. Apply at this
B.lfcAflAL-Do you need money? Old line
I life Insurance policies bought. Address E.
II. Sayurs, Chamber of C'ommcrco Building. Cin
cinnati. Ohio, or Slajor John WuUh, Court street,
Mii.svlllu. Ky. niV.-2md
WT AJ$'rJ5.u.'r" lcna "" ""Proved real estate
TT 81,000 for seven years at guaranteed net
cost of only S.5.11 : and other sums iu proportion.
A. E. COLE ib SON.
TOR SALE ('nickering Piano, rosewood and
,f itL"Alilosn!!?'.t,!1vc-. ''ricu&l"'. Apply to IIENKY
U I I kflV ip'lll Invlnnti.n ..tl.
..jjw.nwt tin l.'-uinl IIH"
.."Hilt b.VLK Mjunre piano in guu ciiuaumu,
J busy terms. Apply nt -II East Fourth street
l-OrfV MtllltL Iwwru w.m.,1 ..,!
healthy. J II. WALLINGFORD, I'lumvllle,
VOU SALt. OK KENT-A good two story frame
I dwelling on torest avenue : six rooms, largo
yniil, stable, hennery and coal house'; orchard
with twenty-five choice bearing fruit trees : good
garden. Apply to J. L.CALDWELL, East Second
-""- "j ti-nwi
l OltSALE Uouso and four lots at a banmlti
I ErtMV terms. Annlv . WIHV7 r,LMr?'u
terms. Apply to
OR SALU A steel telescope Ashing rod and
it ."cn'flx quadruple reel and fine case of all
kinds of tackle. Cost 821; for 89. Apply at this
IjiOKSALE-Guarantccd 8 per cent, and 10 per
aW.CCAVE"0COLEit80PNn.aS Pa'ab,e sem,-nnu-
U01X RENT All or a part ol my residence, with
r or without the land. SI RS. J. B. NOVES.
IOR RENI frame cottage on Fourth street
I known as the " Corrall House ;" eight rooms
and ccller. Apply to J. Q. WADSWORTH. agent.
Ki!lJ?ST"4 'irf.lF I'ouso located on East
I trout street, Fifth ward, containing flvo
rooms, neatly pnnered and painted insldo and
,,',L.Apply t0 MIW' JAMES.HENDRIXSON ou
POUND Monday on tho street a small steel
m -.."v. vu. Km n uy cawing hi mis
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WiakKiT,J euren all NervouH Dlseaa, bucIi as
inU ik?i Itl' ,1''rf.Rm-e''Mhe,l'aln8lntlioLlmba
excBiL.i ny.nl i'. 'i""inlt' CRUI l7 youthful crroro, or
?ex Amu ft'W.raSW.V1"0 of ""V kind of either
bottlo i i forti' ni 'i ,0r Y0L'T1I k o "then (I per
eyVerunS.14, PreiireaonlyTy n,n,ce t0 CUr " ",0U
THO OERMAN HOSPITAL RHnCDY CO.,
ForsalobyJ.Q. FKCOKA CO.. Druggists.
Tiik pension of Alfred T.nmnn. nf im
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