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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1899.
One Poyntz is all there is left
of the great triplo headed mn
chino that was so firmly relied
upon to give Goobol a false cer
tificate of election. Prior and
Ellis have deserted the Qoobel
mudboat and it is like to sink.
Hero is a little table which is
worth keeping to show to the
man who. asks you to vote for
free trade or freo silver next No
vember. Failures in five weeks
ending November 80th :
Times are prosperous all admit,
but if any claim for credit on
this account is made by Republi
cans there are those who resent
the suggestion. What would they
have said if times had been hard
under the McKinley administra
tion if the blood-curdling pro
phecies of stint and starvation
! which Mr. Bryan cried aloud
from every stump and rear plat
form had come true in any de
gree. Recently the Southern Hosiery
Spinners' Association, represent
ing 75 per ceut of the hosiery
spinners of the South, in a meet
ing at Charlotte, N. O., adopted
resolutions showing the necessity
of "maintaining an open-door
policy in 'China, the restoration
of order in the Philippines by
this Government, the construc
tion of the Nicaragua canal," etc.
And this "from the South. Only
a feather which shows which way
the expansion wind blows among
Gov. Taylor truly has taken
the war into the enemies' camp.
In appointing to the vacancies
on the State Election Board lie
has selected a Republican, Judgo
A. M. J. Cochran, of Maysville,
Poyntz home, and William II.
Mackay, a Brown Democrat, of
Covington, the home of Goobel.
Mr., Mackay is an able lawyer
and achieved an enviable reputa
tion whilb a member of the Con
stitutional Convention. Judge
Cochran, it was thought at one
time, would defeat Walter Evans
for the United States District
Judok Priou and Captain Ellis
could endure Goebelisin on their
hends no longer and have washed
thoir hands of the afi'aii" after
giving the certificate of election
to the Republican candidates
whom the people elected. Gov.
Taylor has appointed their suc
cessors and now the State Elec
tion Board is made up of Judge
A. M. J. Cochran, Republican,
of Covington ; Win. H. Mackoy,
of Maysville, Brown Democrat
and Poyntz has also named men
as his appointeos and the matter
will probably go to the courts
where Goebol stands little chance
to win out against the laws of
the land which have thus far
barred his way to a stolen seat in
the State house.
Santa Claus was not forgetful
of Enrlington homes this year.
He was never before so thoroughly
furnished with every good thing
that makes the hearts of children,
old and young, happy. If there
is a nook into which ho did not
look and smilingly leave remem
brances of this glad season, that
nook is unknown. Ho looked
hard for any bucIi dark and cheer
less corner and was assisted in,
the search by many good resident
spirits who had Christmas in
thoir bones and were willing and
anxious to divide up with any
less fortunate. Truly the Christ
mas spirit was abroad for keeps.
There was another spirit the
spirit of tho still abroad to a
a certain extent and worked his
evil on a few unwary and un
wise ones. But they and ho re
ceived a sharp rebuke and tho
discountenance of the people and
tho law. And then tho snow fell
and put a Christmas dressing on
tho whole all air. It was an ideal
Christmas. May there be many
moro such in store for tho peo
ple of Earlington and all the
county of Hopkins.
Subscribe for Tiir Bisk.
Some of the Features it Wili
A Frankfort special to the
Louisville Dispatch says :
Apparantly tho only busy man
in the capital city is Kentucky's
now Governor, William S. Tay
lor, who is preparing the address
which is to como before tho next
Tho Dispatch can safely fore
shadow some features of tho
Governor's message, which will
deal largely with questions of
Thb Goebel law will bo as
sailed vigorously and tho neces
sity for its repeal clearly de
monstrated, It will be suggest
ed that wholesalo liquor dealers
should pay a State license, as do
the retail dealers, no reason ap
pearing for tho exemption of the
A graduate fee will bo suggest
ed in tho matter of tho transfer
of real estate. At present tho
purchaser of .$100 worth of real
estate pays the same fee to the
State as does the purchaser of a
large Blue Grass farm. A feo of
fifty cents on the $100 considera
tion, or liko proposition will be
Request will be made for the
passage of a law for a license on
Ho will suggest that officials
receiving certificates of election
pay a feo on receipt of these cer
tificates, State candidates pay
ing $10, for an example, and les
ser or county candidates $2.50.
In this manner it is thought that
tho State treasury can be materi
ally helped without an oppres
sive burden falling upon an un
willing individual or too heavily.
The message will call attention
to tho considerable escape from
taxation and recommend that as
sessors be empowered to compel
One of the most important sug
gestions will bo for stopping in
terest bearing of State warrants,
tho advanced reason being that
the State's finances are such as
to render this additional indebt
edness entirely unnecessary.
Tho mob law may be touched
upon, but lightly, all phases of
this having so repeatedly and al
so recently received attention.
GOY. BRADLEY'S PLANS.
Election Board Will be Enjoined
from Perpetuating Itself.
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 25. Ex
Gov. Win. O. Bradley, who is
chief consul of the Republicans
in tho State electjon contest
"The grounds for this contest,
which are given the public in "the
statement prepared by the State
Democratic Committee, and
which aro based on the arguments
of Pryor and Ellis, tho state
election commissioners who have
just resigned, are flimsy, indeed.
The soldiers I had at Louisville
were locked up in tho armory
there until after 7 o'clock, and
none of them were allowed to go
on tho streets, except when
they went to voto in their va
rious precincts in citizens'
clothes. Henry Wattorson, W.
N. Haldeman, Mayor Weaver,
and, in fact, every strong Goe
bel partisan, had been published
as having been threatened, and
I deemed it necessary to have
the troops present to quoll riot,
should riot start.
"The Democrats claim tissue
paper ballots were used in
Johnson, Knox, Piko and other
counties, when tho stub book in
tho office of Secretary of State
Finloy shows that the same iden
tical paper was used in nearly a
score of Democratic counties. It
was not tissue paper at all, and
there is no evidence of tho pur
pose of fraud.
"Wo shall also fight in tho
courts the right of tho Stato Board
of Election to perp&tuato itself
in the manner which tho Goebel
people propose. Tho constitution
clearly provides for tho filling of
such offices as these by the Gov
ernor, and Gov. Taylor wilL ap
point men to take tho placo of
Pryor and Ellis, resigned, and
tho men appointed by Mr. Poyntz,
tho other commissioner, will bo
enjoined, throwing tho matter
into tlio courts.
. "I do not know whon Goobel
will filo his protest against tho
seating of Gen. Taylor, but pre
sume he will hold oil' till the last
minute. Wo will take evidence
in every county."
In Christian County While Cele
brating His Eighty-Second
Uobort S. Smith, a prominent ami
wenlthy Fnlrvlow farmer, amis
stricken with paralysis yesterday
wmio ceiouraung ms oigntyecontl
birthday. Ills death is inomentnrllv
Necessity is the
Mother of Invention
It was the necessity for an
honest, reliable blood purifier
and tonic that brought into
existence Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. It is a highly concen
trated extract prepared by a
combination, proportion and
process peculiar to itself and
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla
unequalled curative power.
Its Donderful record of cures fits nude
il America's Greatest Medicine.
Rosy Cheeks " I have good
Health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's
Sarsaparilla. It builds me up and
saves doctor bills." Mary A. Burke,
East Clair St., Indianapolis, Ind.
W7rnrniJL-l. I . I . m
BrnT-fffl-v" i ti
Duod'a I'llli care llrer 111, i the non Irritating; and
only catfianTc to ttim with Hood a Strttptrllla,
TWENTIETH CENTURY'S DAWN.
The Friendly Islanders will be
the First People to Hall
"Tho first people to live In tho
twentieth century will bo tho Friend
ly Islanders, for tho date-line, ns it
may bo called, lies In the Paclflo
Ocean just to tho cast of their
group," writes John Ititchio, Jr., in
tho Jnnuary Ladles' Home Journal,
of where the Next Century will
Keally Begin." "At that tlmo, al
though It w III bo already Tuesday to
them, all tho rest of tho world will
bo enjoying sonio plinso of Monday,
the last day of the nineteenth cen
tury (December 31, 1000). At Mel
bourne tho peoplo will bo going to
bed, for It will be nearly ten o'clock;
at Manila it will bo two hours earlier
in the evening; at Calcutta tho Eng
lish residents will be sitting at their
Monday afternoon dinner, for it will
bo about six o'clock; and in London,
'Big Ben,' In the tower of tho Houso
of Commons, will be striking the
hour of noon. In Boston, Now York
and Washington half tho peoplo
will bo eating breakfast on Monday
morning, while Chicago will ho
barely conscious of tho dawn. At
tho same moment San Francisco
w 111 be In tho deepest sleep of what
is populaily called Sunday night,
though really tho early, dark hours
of Monday morning, and half the
the 1'acillc will be wrapped in tho
darkness of tho saino morning hours,
which become earlier to the west,
until tit Midway or Brooks Island it
will be but a few minutes past mid
night of Sunday night."
Will Send Still More Elders Into
Kentucky Next Year.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. 20. The
Mormon headquarters hero will to
morrow send Into different parts of
Kentucky fourteen Mormon elders.
Bon E Klcli, president of the South
ern Mission, Intends to increase the
amount of work there double, he
says, and the same will bo done in
A man name Phelps happened to
an awful accident near Morganflcld
last Mcok. Ho was driving his horso
and buggy along tho public road and
suddenly tho horse became scared
and ran off, trying to kick the buggy
to pieces. '1'ho horse caine to n
bridge and instead of going straight
across the buggy, horso and all went
off nt tho side and the man fell for
ward and was kicked in tho side and
his ribs were bevered from tho spine
He died almost instantly.
Moro telephone wires from Sturgls
to Bordloy will be put up as soon as
tho weather will permit.
Tho new town at Cullens Mines
will bo nnmed Wheatcroft, tho name
of tho prosldont of tho construction
company which Is building a rail
road by that placo. The depot has
already been startcdand ono resi
See horo Democrats, Republicans
prosperity Is dovloplng moro indus
tries. Tho baso ball boys would have it
down to a flno point If they would
hay whon they beat "Wo Taylored
Theory and Practice.
Tho poverbs of the peoplo have a
bioad basis of truth. They hold that
a preacher, after getting into a
groove, is utterly unsafe- as a man of
nlfairs. Thcro Is sound sense in that
opinion. Tho fancy notions about
tho "rainbow Biblo" linvo their gen
esis In tho theological seminaries
wliero one pursuit causes the mind
to lose Us polarity. Heresy nests
In tho cholsters of priests' houses.
Tho frosh graduato In medicine- is
dangerous if Aho knows it all." Tho
old family doctor dosen't know the
name of tho latest treaties, but he
knows a sick innn the main thing.
Oliver Wendell Holmes, physician
and author, believed thnt outside of
four romedles tho balnnco wore hum
bugs. The veteran knows thorn;
has seon them act, but ho gathers a
world of Information from tho beat
of tho pulso, which no book can
teach practice, practiceRichmond
Tho Grayson Trlbuno chronicles
two serious accldonts In Carter
county, ono with a fatal result: Ono
day last weok tho two-yoar-old child
of William Owons had its eyes blown
out by u powder explosion
Tho children wero playing with a
bottjo of powdor.
On Friday tho littlo child of Rob
ert Burton was playing by the fire
when Its clothes boenmo Ignited,
burning It horribly and causing its
death that night. Tho parents wero
burned badly nbout tho hands in
thoir olforts to rescue It.
There will bo preaching at tho M.
35. Church, South, uoxt Sunday at
11 a. in. nnd 7:80 p. in. Evorybody
Invited to iittenu those sorvlces.
The Re-reading of Books.
There is another reason for the
hoarding of books that is, the de
slro to reread. It is true that in
most instances tho dcslro Is not car
ried but, but tho intention remains
as a real obstacle to the dispersion
of books. And to those Vho do re
read tho pleasure gained amply Jus
tifies any amount of hoarding. What
process gives tho rest, lialf-montal,
half-physical, thnt does tho reread
ing of a favorito book? There are
times when tho mental Situation is
not met by rondlng, when to tran
qullho tho mind resort must bo had
something which will keep it quietly
at work without In any way exciting
it. It needs to bo soothed, not goaded
into notion. Like ono turning ac
customed feet to a woll-kudwn path,
it chooses tlio book that' is fairly
well remembered, not because it is
certnln that it will bo surprised by
nothing now, but because it wants to
onjoy to tho full tho old charm of
phrase and description, and to gather
up tho boautios and felicities that
may liavo escaped notice on first
reading. Depend upon it there aro
no pleasures like those of rorending
and book-sipping, and no doubt a
growing acquaintance with them on
the part of many readers contributes
not a little to tho hoarding of hooks.
Kuttawa, Ky., Dec. 20. At tho in
stigation of tho Board of Health the
physicians, after a thorough inves
tigation, have decided that there
aro no cases of smallpox in tills
county, nnd liavo nntlfled tho State
Board of Health to that effect.
At Dycusburg tho quarantine lias
been raised, tho largo number of al
leged cases of smallpox there for
several weeks having proved to be
measles, and also a dIseno pro
nounced ns Cuban itch.
DOWN IN THE MINES.
William Vnnison, Sr., of tlio St
Bernard force, is spending tho holi
days with relatives in Indiana.
Tlio capacity of the Sobreo mine Is
now said to bo eight cars per day,
and nearly all Is shipped to Mem
J. J. McGregor lias so far recovered
as to again be nblo to resume his du
ties ns watchman for the St. Bernartl
Foreman Toombs and crow have
nearly completed tlio new slack bins
nt tho coko works, and It is, indeed,
a good piece of workmanship.
The St. Bernard Coal Company
now has n crow of men rebuilding
and building new telephone lino to
Hecla mlno ns well as No. 0 and 11
W. D. Cavinesslias been given the
care of tho machines in No. J mine,
nnd you can rest assured that tho
machines will be kept in good shape.
Too much liquor caused some of
the miners considerable trouble dur
ing tho holidays. Christmas with
out a jug, would be dull, Indeed, to
Baruett & Arnold nro ho rushed
witli. coal orders that they nre now
trying to relievo the situation by
by addlngiseveial new tenuis to their
In order to supply their employes
with ready casli for the holidays, tho
St. Bernard Coal Company paid oir
last Saturday, much to the joy of
Tlio forco of habit was plainly
shown last week when Secretary
Balloy, of the Reinecko Coal Com
pany, telegraphed for coal cars from
The question now arises, -'Will
there bo a change in the mine in
spector for tills State when his time
expires, and If so, who Is the best
qualified man for tho place?"
Weigher John Hogan,of tho Hecla
mine has been on tho sick list for the
past month or two, nnd whllo ho has
attended to business, It has been
with great dllllculty.
Five striking motal workers were
sent to jail for short terms In Chfca-
You have used all
I sorts of cough reme-
dies but it does not
yield; it is too deep
seated. It may wear
f itself out in time, but
fit is more liable to
2 produce la grippe, i
I pneumonia or a sen-
ous throat affection.
I You need something
p:hat will give you
f strength and build
up the body.
f will do this when everything f
else fails. There is no doubt
I about it. It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up and
maKes the body strong and
healthy, not only to throw!
off this hard cough, but to J
loniiy me system acainst
I further attacks. If you are
run dovn or emaciated you
should certainly take this
nourishing food medicine.
c, and li. oo. all drunliti.
TT& DOWNE, Chemtm, Nw York.
?w ita mv t i t. wiciiiuii, new I Uf i
1 III W' !! mi H1 WW4
go for violating an injunction re
straining thorn from Interfering with
Tlio action of thntyoiing man w ho,
through a mistake overdrew his ac
count, and who, when he discovered
It, immediately returned tlio money,
was truly commendable.
Tho Ohio miners want a change in
their State mine inspeotor, not that
tho present ono is considered incom
petent, but thnt a chango might im
provo tho condition of nlfairs in somo
Wo hoard ati old coloied miner
say last weok that there was in Hop
kins county, near Pond river at ono
point n vein of coal oloven feet thick,
but wo can not ouch for tho truth
of the statement.
Tho inlningmaohinos now nt work
in tho Boinecko mlno are now op
erated solely by colored men, tho Inst
white innn who ran n machine thcro
leaving last week for Ohio county,
where ho goes to mlno coal.
Thomas Longslnlf Is ln charge of
tho repnlrs being inado on" tho Hecla
shaft. A complete sot of new timbers
will be put in, and as tho water Is
fast pumped out, work in tlio old
mine will soon open up again.
Ono day last week the St. Bernard
Coal Company hhipped ninety-nine
cars of coal, and Secretary Atkinson
says he could nnd would have mnde
It one hundred, except for tlio fact
that ho overlooked one enr that was
As Is his annual custom, the Presi
dent of tho St. Bernord Coal Com
pany mndo ninny hearts glad during
the Christmas days by deeds of kind
ness in bestowing upon tho needy,
gifts npproprinte for tho season, or
ns their necessities required.
A few years ago, It was discovered
that through tho use of Impioved
machinery, what considered waste
matter around gold mines could
bo prolltably worked, and now comes
tho word thnt tho refuse or wasto
matter around coal mines can bo
utilized, so thero seems to be a place
Tlio United Mino Workers II nd
ninny words of condemnation for tho
non union miner, but right under
thftlr noso in Tennessee, tho convict
miner works tinder contract, nnd
convict labor Is less degrading In
their sight thnn tho man who shows
independence by Ignoring labor or
French conl mines employ nbout
81,001) perhons; other mines 12,00(1,
and quarries 0,000. Of tho miners,
15 per cent, nro womennnd children;
the average working days is 2SU; tho
nverngo work hour, yl.t, nnd tlio dally
wage average 75 cents. Tho produc
tion of conl and lignite last yenr was
32,439,730 tons, BInck Diamond.
Our readers may liavo noticed ref
erence from tlmo to time, to tho out
ployment of convicts in coal mines
in the South. Owing to tho activity
in tlio mining there is a great de
mand for labor, nnd tho courts are
granting long sentences. A recent
list in one town was: D D ,
twenty years; B L , six years;
L II , six. years; 11 S ,
ten years; F B (white), nine
years; C S .seven years; W.
T , for life. Coal Trade Journal.
In a mine near Uniontown. Pa.,
thirty-two miners lost their lives
last Saturday by ah explosion in a
mino, and we quote from a dajiy
paper the following In connection
with the awful nlfnlr: "One cage
was at tho bottom nt tho time, nnd
It was jammed against tho side in
nu inextricable mass. It was in this
cage that William Thomas stood
w lien he lost his life. He was pinned
against tho wall by the cago, his
head was bevered from his body and
carried away, ono hand was torn olf,
and carried to tho surface and found
in n Held 200 feet away. His right
with the shoo on, was carried to the
top of the tipple, where It was found
later In the Iron frame work by tho
man's father, Philip Thomas. The
old man recognized tlio foot by tho
shoe. Weeping us ho picked up the
ghastly relic, he exclaimed: ' I put
that sole on last week for poor WI1U
lam.' Stumbling on In the dark
chamber tho man came to four dead
horses and a mule and a man all In
a heap, as if they had been gathered
up and piled togother. Men with
heads olf, arms olf, limbs crrished
nnd brokon, were lying nround In
discriminately. It was a ghastly
sight. Tho air was fetid and it was
only n short time until tho otllcinls
had to return to tho surface to re
cover from the deadly clfects of tho
"John Scolf was about to enter his
room whon tlio awful explosion took
placo. Ho was hurled out Into tho
ontry nnd wns thoro met by n cross
current of air, which jostled him
along for 200 feet, and then slammed
him to floor of tho room, whore ho
lay for two hours, expecting every
moment to bo smothorcd to death.
"John Discom said ho had just
entered his room. Ho heard a ter
rific ronr, whirled around and cnughl
sight of millions of stars shooting
past tho entrance, ho said. In a
second they were upon him, whirl
ing nbout his head. Ho foil to the
door nnd lay thcro until taken out.
Harry Atwood ono of tho rescued,
wns saved by being thrown Into a
pit of water. Joo Meoso was also
saved In this manner. Mccso and
his cousin, Sainuol Moebo, wero In
tho mine stables. Samuel stopped
to tho door just as tho shock oc
curred. His clothing wns torn off,
and he was burned to death. Joo
Sebrick, nn Intelligent Hungarian,
gives a vivid lecltal of lt'it his torrl
"'It was hell down thoro,' ho
said. 'First a blinding fhii.li, tlion a
tcrrlblo rumbling, and the winds
rushed through the headings with
hurricane forco. FIvo men wore
working with mo. Their clothing
nnd shoes wero slipped olf, leaving
their naked bodies, which wero
burned black In nn Instant, I picked
up MIlco Probock, who was still liv
ing, and started with him for tho
air shaft. It was n terrible task, for
I wns nearly exhausted, nnd just as
I reached the shaft poor Mlko
better than cure. Tutt's Liver
Pills will not only cure but if
taken in time will prevent
dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria,
constipation, jaundice, torpid
liver and kindred diseases.
TUTT'S Liver PILLS
M. E. Chukchi. W. Wilson.
paBtor. Services llrstand third Sun
days nt 11 n. m. and at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meotlng Wednesday evening.
Sunday. school at 11:30.
fliitnaTiAV r,if,,,r,,r T IT Taul
pastor., Sorvlces second and fourth
Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
Cumin '.oMtisl nt Oilil 1ifn lttswit.
lug, Wednesday evenings nt 7:30.
M. H. Cnuncm. South. It. M.
W lut it I rtnatfitv Umi'lnna lltuf iitifl
Third Sundays at 11 a. in. and 7:30
p. in. Sundny-school at 0:30. Prayer
meeting, Tuesday evenings at :30
MlHSIOKAKV BAITIHT ClIUIlOH.
I). S. Kdwards Pastor. Services sec
ond Saturday night, Sunday mid
Sunday night. Sunday-school at 0:30.
rrnyer ineotiiur. iuoiuinvoveniiiirsnt
Catholic Cituitcit. Bov. A. M.
Cooneii, pastor. First Mass, Sunday
morninir at 7 o'clock: second mnss.
0:30 o'clock. Afternoon service nt
'!!in nvnn Kmiclnv.
Qk.vkual Baitist Chukchi.
William Childers, pastor. Sorvlces
ovory third Sunday at 11 o'clock a.
m. nnd ut7:S0 p. m.
Y. P. S. C. K. Prayer mooting
every Sunday ovenlng nt 0:30.
DIGEST YOUR FOOD.
ninety per cent, of all tlckneat la canted b
iteod not being properly digested. It create pol
torn and poci Into jour blood and then yon ar
lUTBle to atraoat any dlaeaaa the human ay stem
la belr to. Uae Dr. Carlatedt't German Mitt
I'owdcr and watch the rranlta. Yoa will feel
the rood effects alter taking one dote. UlTt It
& trial and be conTlnced. Price 25c
Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cures
Your Cough. Juitthe Mediccna
Vor tale by
St. Bernard Drug Store.
Perfect health is that condition of
tho body when digestion is so per
fect that tlio physiological balance
between the destruction nnd con
struction thnt goes on ceaselessly in
cell life is daily kept norinnl. K. B.
Thcro aro fow ailments so uncom
fortable ns piles, hut they can easily
he cured by using Tahler's Buckeye
Pllo Ointment. Ilellof follows Its
use, and ony onesuirerlng from plies
can notation! to neglect to glvo It n
fair trial. Price W) ets. in bottles,
tubes 76 cents. St. Bernard Drug
store. Nicholas Davis, of Troop II, Third
cavalry, tho Kentucky soldier who
rnn nmiick with n Krag-JorgeiiKen
at Fort Meyer, has been ordered to
tho Government insane hospital near
Anncostin, for medical treatment.
Hoarseness Leads On
To serious irritation of the throat,
nnd may end In n rocking, rnsplng
couch. Dr. BoII'h Pino Tar Honey
will quickly clear the throat nnd
leno tho volco clear nnd smooth. It
Is nu Infallible remedy for coughs
and colds nnd all disorders of tho
throat and lungs. Good druggists
sell It. 2."c.
Wo often criiHh down our Impulses
not rcnlliing that our Impulses arc
apt to be Just tho quick longings of
our nntures to fulfill their Ideals.
Jonunry Ladles' Homo Journal.
Have you a colli? A dose of Cous
sen's Honey of Tar at bedtime will
removo It. Prlco 'Si and GOe. St.
J. Lewis Booker, ail iiisurnnco
agent and a former resident of
Loulsillo, committed suicide at
Richmond, Ky., by drlnklngcnrbollo
K K. Dalr, Arcol, Tenn , writes Have uted
Dr M A Simmons Liter Medicine in rears. I
had what the doctors called Ulceration or lha
Stomach It cuied me sound and well. I would
not Kite one packace of it for a dorrn UVe I
Princeton Is to have a coal mine
of her own. Chns. Chapman, of New
Haven, O., hns leased tho coal right
on tho Goodakor farm, about three
miles from town, and opened u mint).
For broken limbs, chilblains, burns
scalds, bruised shins, sore throat nnd
sores of evory kind, apply Ballard's
Snow Liniment. It will gh o Imme
diate relief ami heal any wound.
Price 25nnd f0e. St. Bernard Drug
store. Charles A. Kirk has bought n con
trollng Interest In tho Palntsvlllo
Coinmorcinl, nnd succeeds T. S.
Kirk ns editor.
Ono bottle of Dr. Boll's Antl-Pnin
will convince tho most skoptlcnl of
Its Wonderful merits ns an Invnlua
blo housohold remedy In the rollof
of Bheuinntism, Neuralgia Tooth
ache, or any othor acho or pain, ox
ternnl or Internal.
Tho Business Men's Association
nnd citizens of Henderson have re
newed thoiroflortsto have n Fedornl
building erected In that placo.
It troubled with Dlirlnesi, Furred Tongue,
Bitter Tails In Mouth, Uloated I'eellng alter eat
ing, Constipation or Sick Headache, ute Dr. M.
A. Simmon, Liver Medicine.
Citizens of Union nnd Crittenden
counties will potltlon Congress for
n systom of locks nnddnms InTrado
Wai.krii'hTonioIs tlio link that
picks up tlio vital forco of man in his
run-down stato and hinds him to
health and strength by recuporatlng
tho Brain, regulating tho action of
the Heart and nourishing tho Nerv
Canipbollsvillo Times-Journal: On
last Friday night Judge Chns. Pat
terson, who was sleeping In an up
stairs room In his residence, was
awakened by smoko In his room.
Ho discovered that a lump of coal
had fallen out of tho grato and
hiirnod a lnrgo holo In tho iloor,
burning one of tho sloopors nearly hi
I)r M A Simmout Liver Medicine hat tlnce
1840 steadily risen in nubile favor, and the do
niand for it lar exceeds that of any other Liver
Tlio smallpox quaraiitlno ntDyeuB
burg has beon lifted,
Monoy to patent good Idea may by
socurod by our aid. Address, Tim
Patent IIkoohd, Baltimore, Md.
During this month our "Wraps must move.
Our sales (hua far liavo been good, but
out of our unusually largo purchase wo
have most too many Jackets left to cause
a real comfortable feeling, thorefore they
shall bo forced out.
Kit t perfection. -It does ono good to seo
tho mathematical skill displayed in tho
cutting of them. Tho lit of tho collar and
around tho armholo nro beautiful. Wo
show them in Black, Brown, Castor, Navy
and L'earl. No.w listen, you wautu Jacket,
and wo have just what you want. Why
not come boforo it is too lato and got it.
Our styles and prices aro guaranteed.
I BISHOP & CD.
YOUR MONEY DAOK IP YOU WANT IT.
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Open All Night.
gnffainfci1 1f?.ay. -
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IScZIVh-tZIZt ' e reasonable and satisfaction &
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The matron of a well kriown Masonic Home mentions one Inmate, ' J.
seventy years of age, who has been in the infirmary for three years,r',
a great sufferer from indigestion, and has bcen'taking Ripans Tab.'?
ules about a year and a half and finds them so beneficial that he is
never without them. He is willing that his name should be used in ,
a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other person
to try them. A second old gentleman, in the same institution, 4
eighty-four years of age, has had liver trouble for many years and
finds that R'l'PA'N'S help him very much. They also have two
nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; botli suffer
from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerv
ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they
always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states
that she is forty-fivc years of age and at times suffers with indiges
tion, causing pain and paroxysms
Tabules are very good indeed
name used in a testimonial.
outhaword U I fA W 8 n th piektuf
A cam of U4 With Uiat R I P-A'N ft will
nuktii ffna 11 moU. huV b hAA at anv fl
iktti for 41 otnu. mj t bad u any crag Mora,
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A BOOK TO MANKIND!
D" TABLER'S BUCKEYE
A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and
EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN.
CURES WHERE. ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED.
TUBES, BY MAIL, 75 CjENTS; BOTTLES, 60 CENTS.
JAMES F.WimStotaftWlf. --- aWrktoSfrSLLWW,'
Dfls to8 L'Hf Business? j
Ask your neighbors.
They all say that wo
haul better loads, fur
nish best teams, and al
ways at tho right price.
Barnett & Arnold.
.fli fiTetT'Tii'tfcTi.iifo mttrt
A,5s.fr, - . - frvj.,..s.Wr4. 4
Contractor and Builder-
is yiahi axpcniiricc
classes of buildings erected niul.l
made completo rendy fur occupancy,
inciutiiuir 1110 iiirnig iiniroi nu inntor-
mechanlcnl and common labor.
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me ncuaiico niyour worK. r
LIVERY & FEED ?
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At tho Oltl Stand, on
.Main street, Just
west of Depot.
i.i Tu..i r
1 1 1 1 1 ti 8 e)H 1
of belching, and finds that the
and is perfectly willing to have her -'
Uf. 0m .
uul ecpt n mlMtviuU. ft 1 MM 6. 3 tor b tnt. at V
not beutU. Thtj UnUh rln and
l a BuirMvi anq uu iuou.inti Kimttiuuwu aw
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