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VOLUME IX Year 1io1ikI Horn study hip law forte and aria lo t he liar sa t nel to Miss w hoshand he fatul sri inns dc efforts to Mr and iiistru the r who was small nnd timid Uil tH iidr Ins wile who voire si- and bad a la--Mr the del pivCU to Weill er attitude nad saiil I liae heard n that you - RICHMOND 111 make you cord of preen wood I want you Ifv all to po borne isand tell your parents that Santa Claus the biggest hoax of the ntury and 111 pum antee every w ord you say By careful nursinp Mr Hell was re stored to his normal health in a few was i days and his first aet was to have the old chimney taken down One day in March Mr Moon led his bride to the altar he held his head high and hs eye sparkled After the cere mony there was a dinner at Mr Hells believe there is i Santa Clans i on have formed the nnvrorthy idea residence and Mr Bell himself was rair parents and friends Fill yowr diant will good humor ami hospitality stockings on Christmas eve ami thai lie called the younp couple aside and old fill el Mais a iii tn indulged in an attitude and a speech I have hert a My beloved ones he began the letter from Santa morninp of life opens radiant to you Great exeitemcul among the children sunlight glimmers upon the waters Anil he says that he w ill arrive here there are blue skies overhead and down the chim- - the robin redbreasts are twittering OO oclock must the boughs Bat dark days of tcmest hieh ou see h fore you you for awhile as I must keep and storm may come rolling naves watch outside but you must all be may threaten your bark and then re quiet and keep your seats or Santa member that if you need a helping hand may become angry and refuse to you may call Upon Iitifus Iell r Mr Moon looked dreamily out of the Ten oclock was announced by the tall window in the adjoining room and the May ask a favor of you now he ehines of that uneient time aaked had scarcely died away lieforethe A hundred of them my dear boy ehildren heard other sounds Ipovcr see its snow inp and theres Well head there was a lioieiit scratching nnd enouph on t lie ground to make sleiph - though a poorly shod reiniiiT Will TOW lend us your reindeer ff deer was trying to climb the roof and and sled for aw hile they distinctly heard the silvery tink- Â¬ Santa ClauV Stookln a ling of lndls ami sosse of them believed Si M Parti Claus on rhristmas eve tn j My irooil fat pine that they eould make out the grinding To wi e hv all these stoekintr here of the sleigh runners on the shingles on me Thvi k turned the It was a n onient of awful exeitiuielit had never quailed In Johnnie Iell who She Relented stormy hour did not try to pleaded the d perspiration that stood Wont you tie mine on hit- forehead Amelia Grimm whose lovt stricken younp man 1 replied the fair young cannot I Ml MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY i fl m i i H vaanV x I WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 25 1895 b r H I I ul4 7 Highest of all in Leavening Power NUMBER Latest U S 29 Johnnie for that titter saw L a fJaTnat Vt T e 3nhJwl PT a aaWJaunnnnnnnw Â¬ Vsa jv Jr wMt snnr sr t i rv 4 I ni oyi rffii ABSOLUTELY Gott Report iS3Sc3 Â¬ Jilt nnns Â¬ fa PURE x FIRESIDE FRAGMENTS CRIMINAL CAREI The terrible ai cident which occurred at tunnel No two mils lielow Wil niore last Saturday morninp at H oclock on the ircinnati Southern causing the death of two men and the serious wounding of several others was all due to engineer John Ireland rHus obey orders John Duvall who was in charge of the work train and at the time ef thane ident was cleaning oil the ceil- Â¬ ing of the tunnel had left orders with the flagman at Wilmore to flag all Sawth that no accident cur Ireland was in charge of train No as engineer pulling and when he leached Wilmore the signaled him and also place torpedoes on the track so if the flag was not seen the explosion ot the torpedoes would warn the engineer of approaching danver The freight dashed bj at the rate of fifty miles an hour heeding either the red Hag or the explo- Â¬ sion of the tavpodoaa and on until it readied the tunnel when it crashed into nstructioti train instantly killii g Conductor John Duvall and ter manpling lalxirer Michael oDay who iturday afternoow at St sephs Hospital Lexiiieton The others injured were John Ireland and his fireman Joe Worthland badly bruised and ahjoJ J Winu and J M a 8 dent Murphy laid Kngiueer Iresaad in the presence of aloiirnal repfwaant that he via raused by refuaiaa Under oaw new constitution a man who - the death of another th ligeme eau lie indicted for manslaughter and a this accident happened in mine county our otl the matter and it Ireland is tiilty of what he is charged with then he ought to le n the penalty Nicholasville Journal 1 i I KKOWLH ml improvimoiit nnd i -- Â¬ many win - i t promptly pindncts to uiori w tii t 1 Miss 11FBRV BKCK1V11G IIEit PRKSEXT - - t nun jivd in the - Mire liquid up of itinc - truly feet lax nnd livrr- g 1 1 constipation n the without Kid- - lljiiiMlffll 7HIL SUvtlr OLblvUr iililllilllllliiliilllllllllliillllil in f lls rs to niilU mval of the nsedioal - Â¬ riVelly free from all i iTlNJCRTHEtyu strong hysterics on the bearth rug while the maddest man In town was vainly search ng for a tramp with a new dress suit and an old overcoat IIW N ime In Ieulon For a Christmas present now I rag- - 11 Mot - -- tffej Sna JSWlfcifL I 1 Thats am saving up why wrinkles line my urow And sorrow tills my cup Keveme Truth girl V r V- - a Sr-r-- 1- pAy Rants a pcavacT svTa i I ones ringing int s roar una cheer 3 S jOu v V - rs rrjrr lii ant ssa JW v L y 7tan - klii lefore Christmas i Mr Barns sestsatioa at his by arriving parol of huge si as lie made sun- that none children were aliout the house red and w hen be had d the threshold be immediately aled the mysterious bundle in at r upon it Mrs BeB at onee demanded an ex- iss lese tion and be d the demand stroi ipon Mr Bell struck the attitude th candidates when oLintrynieii and said I am but human singular as m but I amf ideas and ren ith a 1 i Usually nnswerrlng and omising tried to stillen shriek Ij half sueee5ed of had been sikui ss fully did they beard a preat noise by chimney at th ugh Santa had just r lighted and then thej heard him tic the interior of the chimney low ly his re in the room and they kicked in a very human and prosaic way After thev hail kicked for awhile and no more ed it Ive- of the visit pan to daw n upon everybody that Santa was in difficulties The ehildren and staring at the legs the older for a few minutes and then Mr Moon n for an emergency gal- v ho rushed to the rescue He seised - and pulled with all the force of a pair dT gymnasiam edu but he didnt seem to make any Iway for Santa veiled in a voice ieii like a doleful cry from the that he was Ix irp wedged in l liter than ever and he implored the g for his relief any tod Th elders held s uneil of war Mr Brewster mildly suggested that it would 1h a lmhmI plan to send in a fire alarm but his wife crushed him v look and said that the only waj mih was to take the bricks out of the chimney and she added of a man trying to act the fool when hi ought to be thinking of the world to come Santa groaned Meanwhile shieked in a fearful manner in the chimney and protested that if he wasnt soon released he would lie a e Mrs Belt was fainting comfor Â¬ tably in her armchair and most of the children had vanished It was then that Base a ups packed Mr Moon w her hands and weeping beautifully Mr Moon she cried you s sufferinps of my uncle and you stand here idle Can on not rescue him M said the intrepid younp man I can get him out of that in five minutes it rests with you whether I Â¬ I rin--in- I love you sol Say that you will marrv me my sweet one I tell you 1 cannot doit Mr Darling- Â¬ ton I hope I make in self plain Although rejected so emphatically the youths native pallantrv did not desert him Although she would not be his she was a woman nnil she was She was quite as lovely now as lovely before she pronounced his doom he repeatd Make yourself plain Von could not with all your skill do that Miss letters Your beauty cannot le disguised She gaaed at him In surprise Never before had a rejected one ersisted in lie in- Â¬ telling her she was urautifuJ terested her A man like that was worth lovinp Ill she evcln imed Oh tieorpe I I said take back all the en ti in v ours Harpers liaar Man NwU Whit the Ami lie puffed silently at a corncob pipe hat tin- average man really needs id is not a recipe for letting Â¬ -- uiiihiiLHiiiiiniMiiiiiMiihiiiiiiii7iBiire Trnnjini H r v By John Mahin Hlliim s iiiiiii lWluJillMijLwllllW t r - What do you think of a fellow that promises to marry a girl and then She 1IKHMH The Silent Partner who was draw inp a needle through the heel of a small sock paused in the process hat is it the aver Â¬ Indeed said he age man needs hat the averape mar needs he is a recipe foi pet I inp along replied on 300 a year Chicago Times Herald v Drminil and Supply Stout Beggar Uusune a quarter w ill yirV This nervously Old Gentleman sounds more like CT -- a demand than i request Well all ar Is hit so Stout youve pot ter do is ter see dat de supIay See ply is eipial ler de demand City Chat Thr Final Precaution They wereaUmt signing the articles of agreeanecnt One thing more Â¬ said the champion demanded the chal Â¬ pugilist Whats that lenger 1 want the elosinp gcech cago Times Herald ChiÂ¬ Putting Htm on ills Feet Hazel - I tell you its a preat thing to have a quarrel once in aw hile My lxst pirl and I havent spoken for three weeks Nutte I dont see why you should feel so pood aliout it Hazel Just think of all the money ludpe Ive saved An Elprrlr i rd BtSSSMMMf Mr Blinks I wish to get some hairpins for my wife lireat Merchant This is a wholesale house sir You dont Mr Blinks Of course suppose Im fool enouph to po on buy I want ing hairpins at retail do you a barrel - N V Weekly Â¬ Â¬ Mi v inp inforina- lett Bell serenely i LdESP the younper lady n must have studied and yon i bad that re in tin old stories of S ni- Chance to Fconomlre Irate Father- You younp idiot dont von know it costs a small fortune each year to pown my daughter Yes Bager Wooer coin mcingly but then you would not have to dress hi r so ecusively when she was my - w ite Puck A HciH Twice Nor waked his wife the drunkard As into his home he shd Twill come to a head lie said In the morning In a double sense It did Detroit Tribune here are all mance and poetry of the oe- M iv ii children are skeptical when I tell them the charming legend of Kris Krinple I have undertaken to u luce them that there is a Santa ed to let them see Clans I s in inastoa truth echilddoesait WHY THE Ul SMILEO rYEliYUOljy CKOWDEll ABOCT MB BELL neraoav uient naturally ph and their excitement was quite intense when Mr Bell produced a handle from the closet and oened it prodiiciup a tot of ancient furs and a ad probably lieen bearskin k by a drum major of the town iar the ladies he am a and they a Claus as he cer- him I ow he said when he hail resumed 1 his ordinary raiment dont think it quite fair to reserve thisentei for our own chifTlren exelusivlv so I few little Ixjysand hood and Mr and girls of tli d youi p Mrs Mr Moon I have Ii to these- hang hosiery i mandin- n have real thera t is if pel fectly still at and large purpose And I guess pk shall do it or not The last time I pro uoaed to you you refused me as usual If youll proine to marry me Ill r your uncle if you wont I leav town forever and your uncle in the His kicks are prowing feeble chimney and lalored I dont think he can last more than three minutes The younp lady leveled a plai scorn at him that should have w ithered him but he stood firm He felt thai his whole future was at stake and reflected that alls fair in love and war There was a stern cold silence for a minufe or two Meanwhile the I lions of Santas legs became desultory and spasmodic and his muffled groans betokened extreme exhaustion cried the younp lady at Wretch You shall have last rescue my uneie ward you ask The wretch bowed with noble a moment later was on the roof a rope in his hand he let the rope the chimney and called to to grasp it and hanp on a irO s TTHr mjrr Oh papa a i a bug on the ceilÂ¬ ing theres Step on it boy and dout bother liepende Ilaetter inr- Man After the Uamc of Shlnney u a You dout want any bread and butter Have you lost your appo What profound emotions of gratitude should swell up in every human heart at the n ention of this now well nigh universal holiday But it is to be feared that the ast majority of those w ho ob- Â¬ serve it have no true conception of its Kven many of those whose meaning idea of it is that it is a time to liestovv and receive pifts do not fully compre hend what is meant by this hallowed and common custom Christmas not only commemorates the birth of Christ who pave His life as om for a sinful world but typifies the Ineffable pift of Cod who so loved the world that He pave His only be potteu Son that whosoever believeth in II iin should not perish but haveeverlast Haul tells us that salvation inp life from whom as is the pift of God dames says is every pood and perfect gift Pan also declares in writinpto the Kphesians that when Christ ascend ed iion high He led captivity captive and rave pifts unto mi n What are some of these pifts which are thus typified and Intended to lie commemorated by the custom of gift Peace on giving in Christmas tide earth good will to men is the lioon it brinps to mankind as a whole The coming of Christ was the mani- Â¬ festation of Uod to men There is no full revelation of lod anywhere save in His incarnated Son He is the fullness of the lod bead bodily Christ was the ideal man called by eminence the Son In Him we mark the fulfill- Â¬ of Man ment of all human capabilities By Him mediation of sinful man and an offended Qpd Faith in Christ crucified the pift of infinity to man is the secret of salvation from the conse Â¬ quences of sin The pift of everlasting life is to be had for the taking Chi iat mas as a commemoration of the birth of Christ w it bout reference to II is sacrificial atonement would - mean ingless True He taught grand les ons of love and duty and of Berf sacrifioa for the pood of others but the sublime climax of all these teachings was His sufferings and death on the cross on account of the sins of mankind This has been aptly called the tragedy of the world a tragedy in w hieh every human soul has an interest because it provides for human wants a balm in iilead a fountain for tincleanness redemption from sin and a joy forever These personal and spiritual gifts are not the only advantages that have been conferred upon mankind by the coming of Him whose birth is celebrated at The world as a whole has Christmas had an uplift in direct ratio as the les- Â¬ sons of His life and death have been re Â¬ vealed to it Genuine and helpful civilization waits on Christianity The sign of the triple cross is not as Ingersoll in his book makes it the em Â¬ blem of superstition hate and cruelty which he transposes to telegraph poles labeled for the use of man but the cross typifying Christianity ever precedes enlightenment invention and all that tends to human progress and hu man happiness The later cartoon representing the Christian church us a woman carrying the cross and the bright light of Christian truthand thus penetrating the dark recesses of ignorance tyranny and Kiiierstition which are dispelled before her while the emblems of civ ilization the railroad train the telegraph the church the school house and the busy city follow her Ibis cartoon 1 say tells a truthful story of human progress The most iirogressive most enlightened intelli pent and strongest nations of to day with the most of happiness among their people are the Christian nations Mr Cladstone the greatest statesman of this or any other age lately said Talk about the questions of the day there is but one question and that is the gospel It can and will correct All everything needing correction it the head of gTeat movements are Christian men During the many years was in thecahinet I wasbrought into association with 60 master minds and all but five of them were Christians My only hope for the world is in bringing the human mind into con- Â¬ How im- Â¬ tact with divine revelation portant then is it that in commemorating Christmas we should have a true conception of what it means TIIK iOUHIKlfS INNINU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1mÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ aYtUcj An old - doesnt lie Thats a ease of where a man Town loves not loo well but wisely Topics Too Mnch Open it and let us see With burning cheeks she took the mysterious envelope and returned to her seat beside the smiling donor who advised her to oKii it ibis she did anil found within nothing but a slip of pa per with some writing on it She read the v oids and blushing still more deeply crumpled the paper in her hand then turning to Caleb in an agitated manner she said Mr Crimmins we will go home right off Caleb forthwith conducted Debby o er home where she bade him a Mr frigid pood nipht Crimmins and left him to sneak off to his own abode with a sort of wish I hadtlt feeling rankling in his system The match was broken off short then nnd there and it was some time before the why and w herelore were known to the wondering friends of both When the secret did leak out a broad grin overspread the face of all Bradbury and no wonder Calebs Christmas nt to Debby was an order on the tillage dentist for four dollars worth of pullin and fillin Â¬ is it Debby A TIP TO ssr I ltlS H pray house on an old time farm Twas on a Christmas nlsht Thro chinks were streaming rays of In yellow shafts of light An old gray white and an old gray black Were sitting by theblaxe That curled and played gainst the chim- Â¬ ney back Sat thinking their own old ways Said the old black man to the old White man Hits fawty jians to night Sense you gin to me this piece er lah An the pootyes gal In sight You gin us ersldes dem panahs too Dat sot us bon ones free An Nan an me sung Hally Hally Loo Lak er song er Jubilee Well what If I did said the old gray white both belong to me Didnt And didnt I have bylaw the right To set my nlggahs free And what Is more said the old shite man My farm was broad and long And didnt you and your poor old Nan Find life a sweeter song Mrs you mi ster blesslns fell As fas as droasei rsdn Yes every soiVfcij allverbeii Till God called Nan ergaln But we wus all de slaves you had An sense you her en po Ipo felt dat we arm actn bad To wish for freedom so No more no more said the old white man richer than a king Im You give me blessings all you can I need not anything And more than all am I not blest While waiting for the call gave you Freedom Gods bequest Intended for us all 1 Illamlcatlon charm said the old delin Be comforted our future quent to t he dying editor is a bright one Thats just what bothers me I can see it blazgroaned the editor i ing Chicago Times Herald Â¬ avmvT7svV a o llittory RepeitciL Hadhourn What was that girl arrest ci for Chesnev For lieing a foolish virgin Bad bourn- - Nonsense Chesnev iaet She had no oil in the lamp of her bike N V World I - r MoCvine - r Of Coarse Johnny Willie says you threw him down and junqied on him with both feet ---- - was just phiyin What sort of play do you call that Indianapolis Journal Football Well ma I l lawd Dolly that I bet beggie M kisses our boat would win a race at the regatta Daisy Well wasnt he shocked 7 Dolly No I let him hold the stakes Boston lobe The Scorcher May lie Scorched Have you a bicycle suit Larkin 1 have Docs it fit ily lawyer fears it will w hen itcomes Shocked I told Mr Nicefeliow Mot Iat looks bul lv hope hell take de hint an put some new stockings de re fore he doe anything else N Y World Jimmy I There now Celiry soip lake two large cel- Â¬ ery roots cut up line and lioil one hour in one pint of water Iinor with a little piece of onion mash ind strain through a tine sieve Beat together oue tablespoonful of butter and two of Hour and oue quart of milk and boil ail together 2 minutes Serve with one half pint of whipped c renin added at the last minute Chicago Becord Fried Sweet 1otatoes Steim the potatoes until they are tender When cool enough to handle peel and slice lengthwise or if laige crosswise in half inch slices Have plenty of butter heating in a thick linking dish or on the pancake giddie and when hot lay the slices m and fry until they are delicate brown turning th m carefully and browning both sides Send to the table hot Detroit Free Press Maryland Spoon Corn Bread Put one ipiart of milk on the tire in a double boiler when it comes to a boil stir in four large kitchen tcasoon fills ol corn meal and cook live minutes stirring all the time Remove from the Bream tir once or twice as it cools When cool add three eggs well beaten wih two tallesiooi fids Hour one tables poonful a Four butter one pinch salt preased dish and bake 23 mnutes Serve immediately with napkin around dish Chicago Kccord Welsh Karebit One pt und grated cream cheese one half pint of rich milk three teaspoonfuls of Hour blended with milk one tranwewaful of made mustard one tcaspoonfui of grated sapsago add cheese just before serving Place the cheese and milk in a When tne eheese is double boiler melted add the flour stirring to keep from thickening in lumps Add mus ary and a dash of cayenne pepjier Serve on rounds of toast or on heated plates Chicago Chronicle Baking Bread and lliscuit The proof of the bread and the biscuit lies A little excri in the baking of it ence however will enable one to have the oven just right When the bread is baked it should be turned out on a clean cloth or board and each loaf should rest so that the air may circulate around it When cold it should lie placed in a dry tin box or atone Jar Bis cuits should he cared for in the same way unless it is desirous to eat them when fresh from the oven Indies Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ u Can Ci ra COLLINS Home Journal CHRISTMAS Oranges Bananas SquelchlDff a New Father Do you think the baby resembles me Well yes to trial Detroit Free li Where the Kuli fame In Did your daughter have any trouble wo Christ Qfts with her French while you were abroad Not a bit It was the u stives French Xife that bothered her She second ohildhood Be Apparently She actually boasts that she will be 7l next fall Bay City Chat I reck suppose the oid lady is in her A 1 Mental health is as though he had a good constitution Chicago Record Another Iuzrleil Foreigner I cant understand e language said the despairing Frenchman learn hydro- Â¬ how to pronounce ae word phobia and en I learn at ae doctors Chi- Â¬ sometimes pronounce it fatal I cago Tribune A I areful Wife Tobnsinp Ise all right now Sam inter get up Mis Johusing Fool nipgtih Jess you stay in lied until you has tuck de ust ob de medicine in dat bottle what I paid a dollar for Texas Sittings 1 ie you know mam thing and he looks but then Sandwiches A savory fron crisp unsalted unsweetened crackers spread with a paste made from three tnhlespnimfuls oi Bonne fort cheese a tablespoonful of butter and a teaspoonful of pars- Â¬ ley ehopped very tine serve with gn ei salad or lay each on a crisp lettuce leaf before serviig Water cresses uiixed with the yolks of hard boiled eggs also make an appetizing mixture with which to make Season the it has of brown bread paste w ith a little olive oil inegar and Cut the bread for al1 sandpaprika though not new is an wiches thin Y N often forgotten injunction Kvening Post Cracked sandw ieh is made v Â¬ Fire w Cheaper than Ever before Candy two Pounds for 1 T -- B -- CI I IN- si - Second Teleol The Blue Gras5 OK Nv kti - I gag gang - Old Xeeueil Now iotrox Money eh - -- L W tcUa NwWiv nHllllllllllllNlllllllilillliliidI1aJiHI Â¬ ell M55 Jtms flteFSsiL were shopping yesterday before Miss tiotrox Yes papa but Im going dovv ntow n to buy something to day Buck II Why you and the day Â¬ MY BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM itir A snlendid breedof swine in several differentiates lorsae Bred sows a sja cialty Satisfaction guarantee -- n V Tl RED HOGS r irrw- l T 1 F I I i I i total pwni ot dil Correspond Address Mr Bonder elr Occupied Can I see the financial R H BRONHUGHn Crab Proprietor Ky It was Christmas eve and the Dotl petts sat by the iirediscussingthe probability that they would receive presents of greater value than they had sent to their poor relatives nnd as pood as they had sent to their rich ones a night it is said Mrs Dodpett but it is just as well for we shall have no callers and Im really not fit to lie seen candidly You certainly are not nnsvered Mr Dodgett its a mystery whut you have done with ali the money you have gotten for dress Now I can go nowhere for lack of a decent dress tSBrRjMEKUCH Igh what JJf- - Caleb Crimmins was as sweet on Deb by Dander as a bumble lice on honey suckles That was a well understood Â¬ suit Instead of replying varmlv Mrs At Dodgett only smiled mysteriously that moment the maid entered saying Please maam I tramps at the back door begging for clothes Tell him to go away and be quick about it said Mr Dodgett who was suffering from neuralgia and disap- Â¬ pointment that his wife would not quarrel Dont leave him alone in the kitch- Â¬ en said Mrs Dodgett he is most like- Â¬ ly a sneak thief grunted Charitable that remark her husband by Ye es she replied absently the way dear Mr Blanque has given his w ife another sealskin I shall have to cut her for I cant visit her any r in my old wrap Its one com- Â¬ ted it himfort though thai self something is surely wrong with Looking anxiously at her bus it band she saw a half smile on his face Its a cold night for that loorwretch Ill see to be out half clad he said if he is gone she returned and both left the room by different doors a they were both back with half pleased half shame faced looks Its Christmas eve after all said Â¬ he tite Bobby I pulled Mr id aftei ry if dis wish you would give me a piece of pie an find out for you Truth What They MUned dout know mamma but 1 m mm y Yes we should be of a o vs Mhm I gave that poor wretch my too shabby to dress wear I had to hunt for it too it charitable to day - And i- t- 1 gave him your old overcoat at Hi lUe balai ing work until nine in propr- chimney a jioor be Moon into the ho of hiss i the re the Downyeoiich Burglars broke into the church last night and took Mrs every tilingRev Downy couch f1 absent minded smart for once Well you were too In the ocket of that coat was concealed the money I had You did eh fact among the young folks of Bradbury a back country village of the middle west and although Caleb had the reputation of lieing very near he was known in a numlicr of instances to have and his purse opened his heart slightly in demonstration of that fact And when Cale Crimmins went down in the mellow flow of into his jeans the village tongue wappers it meant that return might be expected on the lioaril in diort order That is to say folks was ex pectin of a invite to the weddin fore long It pained Caleb intensely when he thought of the rapid succession of birthdays Christmases and money taking holidays with which the year was crowded and he resolved that but few of them shoui before he had the knot tied hard and fast with Miss Debby and then they would go kinder slow on the gosh blamed sjiendin business Debby was not at all extravagant in her notions of gift taking bi it s he did think it was no more than right that she should be remem bered occasionally with some tangible demonstration of affection Christmas wasat hand and Caleb was in the throes of a job of guessing what to get for Debby Theres so tarnal much nonsense bout Christmas presents said he that a feller dont know But he held to his estab what to git lished rule that it should tie somethin ll and onextravagant Bin what Debby needed most that was the perplexing question Caleli was to take Debby to the Christ i he village church mas where there was to be a tree for the young folks and he thought it would be the n the proper caper to hang hi- it handed out to show that he was up And h the rest of them bat among the good he tree w thin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Office Boy Nope hes busy u riting an article to show why the stocks he Brookovi us dont pay any dividends lyn Life A Devilled Attitude Have you seen papa Oh Arthur I have Tell me tell me what attitude did be assume tow aid our engagement It V Recorder He sat on it e Shikepeare ieiUrl All the worlds a stage and a good many of the men and women J it are uierelv stage robbere Puck Â¬ editor HEATERS 3 TO The greatest number off 50 we Several trustworthy gen or ladies to travel in Kentucky for establihsed reliable house Steady poai Salary 780 and expenses tion Kuclose reference ami eaJf a ktreaa Oie Dominion ed stamped envelope Company Thirl rluor Ouaaha ildn -- Chicago WAN FED HEATING STOVEShare ever had and the greatest variety fanciest We can satisfy you in every respect i Wo Prices range from S3 up to 50 All shapes and sizes Many designs Plainest to the raNLiiSNi WOMAN iV PaHE i dragging t Is there anvthint more wholesome more beautiful more completely pi Such a weeuan i womanly woman n tempered int Health re Story Health means str and strong body and they go tar toward ooks and amiability A woman worn and wearied by the T Shackelford 4 Gentry Richmond YOU mm Kv llHlllHililmtnut8mmi IT TICKLES dutv ot monov - peculiar to her ses be expeeed to find zest in any v - the IMSTAMT RELIEF toy set at Life is all one deau to her On her face The s lacking The cheeks lack fullness the eyes lack sparkle the hair lacks luster Doctors have learned to locate nines tenths of wonfanlv sickness in the a that ought above ail others to he si snd healthy women Sensitive shudder at the such esty mod D LIGHTNING HOT DROPS Got Smells Eierr Sold HERB MEDICINE CO ted s Good Does Good every time No Pay K9 Htijt BOc Per Baft aaa aa aatf uaMa a aiara aa SSc aJa 5PBINGF1ELD nux Ckoim iic C U R ES tJBUIUU3CnPs- - rTk IllUX lMia v C its Cum BruUcs Scratcoea Bius of H E ALS tals Serpents Boca tc BREAKS UP Bad CoMa La Grippe TsaWwii Cmn Sore Tnroau etc - I frx JTJ W OaaV I O rt than not this -- by most M is un- - tted sort ptton hat fe-- Pin el FARM FOR RENT FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 TO 14 YEARS Pure Oid Whiskies for F OLD for child Mr Bell was in a fine frenzy of he l ei e- Sifti Two Ktiicla at is the charge saved to buy a Christmas gifr in a against this prisoner r for yonr hide drobe I roins Dander from This the minister w ho offici- - and ural Mei Packages a specia Silver M Wholesale Dea THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTOX D P ARMER - Editor Manager T rClUtBIU IVUI VIS5BIUT The Climax Printing PRICE PEU YEAR DEC 2 Co 150 1895 WEDNESDAY I UZl KI AN tl IANA PIUIILKll The war cloud that overhangs the V nited Sou- - and England pawing out tin- - lionndurv line controversy between Uritiili iuiana and Yenezula is not a fully develop nimbus but a cumulus of such dimensions as to be scrutinized can fully by all the world The boundary line has never been definitely settled and Dow that gold is found in paying quantities in the region along the controverted line the British loverniuent of which iuiana is a province claims more from Venezuela than tie latter is inclined to concede Vene- Â¬ zuela has long wanted to arbitrate the jiieetion being too weak o light England lut the British lion demands the lions share without any further ado The I nited States through its Attirnev- ieneral Mr Mney acting upon the principle laid down in the Monroe doc trine notified England some week that the boundary dispute mu6t he sub England replied mitted 10 arbitration tliat she would not submit to arbitiution Thereupon the President sent to Congress i sjiecial message on the subject reeoni niending the iassa e of a law creating a commission to Ik- - suiporte l bv a liberal Congress with great appropriation unanimity enac ted the law and voted 000 for expenses Tle President will once disjiatch to the committee named by him to Venezuela and probably to Madrid and Hague Thecorrosiondence and uieage are presented to our readers in to days Cum x Kugland cannot atlord to liave a war with the Cnited Stale- - She lias tried it twice and knows itwotillnot le either brief or pieasant Beside that Canada Ireland India Australia and numerous other countries belonging to England would rise in revolt against Mr John Bull and he would lad himself right in the middle of a bonibshell ah Thesubstance of the Monroe doctrine as first enunciated by Washingtou ani fully elucidted by President Monroe is shinny on vour own side or youil get vour snoot busted This Government will not allow any Government of the n continent to forcibly acquire territory on the western continent Venezuela isthe most northerly Kcpuh South America and is a thousand miles south east of Florida astraight line between them passing through Culia It bv Columbus and was was Breed by Spain till 1810 when a ten ted in the lilieration of the i funtry under tin pnaU wneraishi ar the Washington of America and Venezuelas first Â¬ ralxia but not till the treaty of Madrid in 1843 did Spain recog- War claims At the Kansas station intheeomparisoii Taken all together the Zah did a of nize the indeiiendciu v M her former wheat corn and red Kaffir corn as a slave But in lS Ki a J4 years war broke good part by Kentucky fattening food for hogs the wheat proved out lietween the Cnionists or advocatet- the most effective followed closely by LYNCHED iY NEGROES of a strong centralized government and corn red Kallir corn though a good feed ederahsts or states Uighte party di l not prove equal in fattening qtialites Near 1 ittle Bock Ark Saturday to either of the others A constitu Equal parts of Modeled after that of the Tnited morning a party of negroes lynched a corn meal aud wheat were found to be a - was adopte hi the meantime negro who was living with the abandoned lietter food for pigs thau either grain led of the lynchers The luob v was abolished In 88I the Re wife of one separately whipped the tioor devil nearly to death public was divided into I 9lati Cottonseed meal as usual proved l tied irons to his boiv l Colonies and District The then in a mill pond What tad the New poisonous to pigs even though fed in will supposed areata SObfiOO sijuare miies and him small quantities aud a post mortem England resolvers and the Chicago of which only jiulation bowed severe inflammation and conpreacher who advised outheru gestion of three per cent is pure white the others the intestines lunps aud heart negroes mulattoes Indians and negroes to use the torch in retaliation There is no possibility of doubting that mixtures K man Catholic is the princi- for lynching have to remark on this cottonseed and its products are deadly pal religion Product- - are gold copper Arkansaw case food for hogs though perfectly harmless phosphate hides dye stuffs sugar for other animals Investigations in this DIVINE INTER POSITION con maize cat- lutu niolii- dircctiou would be very interesting and Tiie chicl river is the Orinoco instructive and might lead to the dis-Â¬ While Dr Palmer a prominent citizen covery of some mode of mouth of which is well fortified and treatment which commands the terminus of the railroad of Bichmond Va a brave commander of while preserving the nutritive qualities the Bichmond Howizers during the Re of Jo miles to Caracas the capital Caracas this food might destroy or counteract isaciu of 0000 eoplc is more thai bellion was denouncing Cleveland for its noxious element ars old has a university a famous his Venezuelan message he was stricken REFERENCE TO CHRISTMAS 1 church waterworks and other with paralysis He is unconscious and may die modern improvements is LS80 feet above As monarchies fade and crumble in the au earthquake killed Bnrcnui ns will fmtrodace two bills East the Western republic are proclaim- jxipulation in Congress one for increasing the tariff ing the dignity of laborand the civilizing British duiana is east gf Venezuela especially on wool lumber bread It claims 7i sijuare mil- l- of territory stuffs and dairy products the other for power of an energetic and ethical com merce Beneath Oriental and Occidental but Recording to Venezuelan and Brazil the issuance of two kinds of lionds stars a mw impulse calls men of all nan claims has only ILooo square miies ii tions to bring fresh honor to the cradles Its products and RMple are practically Tut Confederate Veterans Association of liberty truth and justice The comloe Ki me as those of Venezuela Dcme of Richmond and Madison county has mercial victories of brain and brawn mav rara is an important river and its valley held ameeting and endorsed Clevelands yet give to all the sons of men the gifts of proiluces a noteil sugar EsaequilHi Venezuelan message showing that the conilort that were denied to the messen Â¬ Biveristhe line lor some distance up Relielsare now for the old Hag ger of peace who took the sceptre of w hen Guiana territory crosses over to the Â¬ I 1 A WEDDING THAT WAS A BLAZE Judiciary Henderson Iowa mammumammmi Elections Daniels New York OF SPLENDOR AN D COST100000 Post offices and Post Roads Lands CORRESPONDENCE Louis has just bail a wed California of Miss ding vast dimensions Territories fSrranton Pennsylvania m at m m Hazel Clara daughter of Busch Public an 1s Lacy Iowa IDMajraol Invalid Pension South Adolphus Busch brewer member of the Pickler great Auhauser Busch firm and Paul Dakota Yon Gontard head of a big iron foundry Miss Julia Bush of Winchester is vis Iibor Phillips Pennsylvania in Westphalia Germany were married itingher uncle Mr J F Curtis Agriculturr Wardsworth New York It was in the Church of the Messiah Mississippi Levees Rav New York Mrs James Grimes of Red House loMini sand Mining Aitken Michigan one of the uiost suuiptous weddings ever cality Iiks family his moved Irrigation of Airid I ands Herman recorded in this land here and will open a wazon making shop The l hurch of the Messiah is an im- in connection with his sons blacksmiths Oregon Merchant Marine and Fisheries Payne mense edifice but all its vast interior was shop hidden uuder thousands and thousands New York Miss Iena Palmer closed her school of dollars worth of white roses lilies of Militia Marsh Illinois near Gilead last Fridaythe valley and hyacinths the whole pro Patents Draper Massachusetts The C E Society will give a birthCivil Service Reform Brosius Penn- dueing an effect of dazzling whiteness day offering entertainment Friday evenfloor of the Southern Hotel An entire sylvania where the reception took piaee after the ing at Elliott Institute Manufactures Apsley Vermont wedding had lieen repainted redecorated BBIrvine of this place will move Education Grow Tenne regildedand refurnished and new carpets to Bichmond next year to pursue his ocClaims Brunim Pennsylvania and furniture of special design for the cupation as a blacksmith Printing Perkins Iowa wedding guests who had come from EuD N Jones has accepted a position as York Pensioners Louilenslayer New aaa for J is Walker A Pro Alcoholic Liquor Traffic Mors Mas rope at the invitation and the expense of the brides parents The affair must have sacliusetts A B Paris closed his school near here Revision of 1jwk Bowers California lost over SI 00000 Monday Dec lfi Medals were given for The brides dress was made in Paris It genera average to Misses Janie Todd and W ti ClaimsMahon Pennsylvania was of the Empire style with a full skirt Fenton Cornelisoii Election of President and falling iu a single box pleat m front and Curtis New York Miss Pattie Weils has returned from a a court train falling from the shouldeis Private land Claims Smith Illinois visit to Grayson of satin brocaded in large bride roses Enrolled Bills Hagar Iowa Ttt which display an inner lining of white of Columbia Ralxock WisItrict Delayed chifoa spangled in silver The bottom consin Thus it is seen that no Southern of the skirt was embellished by a deep New flounce of the finest uchesse lace The State receives a chairmanship Christmas is approaching and the York gets eight plana Pennsylvania sev waist was cut away from the shoulders youngsters are expecting a gay time aten Iowa six llliuoisand Massachusetts and had a wide rahat of duchesse lace tending Christmas trees and parties fourcach Maine three Vermont and Cal- and a large butterfly liack and front in Mrs Willie Berry of Inlon Citv whose crusted with pearls The sleeves were ifornia two each Missouri South Dakota school was out the 10th at Hickory New Jersey and simply formed of a double puff of the Oregon Michigan Corner on Barns jMill pike had a Wisconsin one each The balance noth- satin and were met by long white gloves grand the house was entertainment There were over one hundred carriages ing crowded Her two daughteis in waiting to carrv the bridal party and CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES the guests to the Southern Hotel where from Union Citv were there and aaecr was served Baca and draperies said several nice pieces She treated Speaker Reed did not gie Kentucky a had been so arranged that this part of the her pupils on candy and fruit in ahnn chairmanship but did a good part by hotel was completely separated from the dance the pupils had inanv nice diathe delegation considering the Democrats public halls The parlor in which Un logues and speeches and acted splendidbegan at 10 oclock a in and closed in it couple held the reception was draped ly McCreary is placed at the head of the in white Totiraine silk and the walls and at 7 oclock p in and there was a great minority of Foreign A flairs which i ceiling were covered with white flowers many pieces they did not say by being Thirty rooms had lieen refurnished for so late important especially as our countrys Miss Gillie Smith of this place just re foreign relations are wildely exciting It the wedding guests There were two is the most important position assigned pink rooms a Turkish room a Persian turned home from her uncle near Valley to any Keiituckian room a Japanese I Chinese an Indian View and had a pleasant ttip Berrv i given Livers and Harbors and and many other styles of rooms The Mefrhant Marine and Fisheries Col aaotora corridor through which the Station Berry has long desired a position on guests passed to congratulate the couple The Presbyterian Saaday achool will Rivers and Harlrs and will look pall had betn decorated in Oriental style a Chtistinas entertainment at after the interest of Kentucky Bivers Costly Turkish and Persian rugs carpeted hold wens is onjlndiana affairs and Private the floor Heavy inlaid chairs settees Whites chapel Tuesday evening The Potts Mill string band dispenses Land claims- - Oeoie Denny thinks he and cabinets were lined along the walls cat music to dispel the weary hours at knows as much shoal Indian as Owens while overhead hung sH ars and sheilds almost any time they are called upon and would like to tiy his hand at mgn and many curious Eastern weapons lating the red men One room had been set aside for the Last Monday night they wire at one Clarlv much to his likinc is located wedding cake Here under a great heart railroad agents home where they were on Iand claims and Enrolled Bills of white carnations that hung irom the the source of much enjoy ment and ren Colson secures two places Claims and chandelier stood a heart shaped table dered the evening exceedingly pleasant Pensions though not Invalid Pensions upon which rested a wonderful wadding to all who were fortunate enough to be as he would like cake It too was heart shaped and w as present Kendall is satisfied with Revision of so cut that the guests could pick up little Daddy Bitter is a war veteran of heart shaped pieces and tuck them into m note and can interest a crowd by Hunter has Coins Weights and Meas heart shaped boxea that had been distrib- his reminiscences for hours Ileean peck tiros and Mississippi Biver levecs uted among them the rack as well as any and makes good Lewis i on the Judiciary The floral decorations of the church flour and meal and can pick the strings Evans has the important post of Ways and of the hotel are said to have cost on a banjo when occasion requires fQfMMO and Mean John McKinn the Mill tireman looks Hendrick must deal with Chinamen The couple will spend the Christmas as savage as a lion but yet bis heart is as Hungarians black Italians and other holidays in St Ixiuis and w ill sail for mellow as a squash and as cheerful as a undesirable elements as he is on Immi Europe on Jan 7 bird in spring gration and Naturalization PIG FEEDING EXPERIMENT Pugh occupies a pew on Education and Â¬ 1 f0WMk A GREAT BIG Kmte oiKeniiK RORTol December hoans amlilii I lie condition nf the k Bank Farmer Blehmonl iie i anrnJ aBralM lose of liuumtai ISJLs arawJMSiME Lii2U LL L mMSmSmMs Ttii i I b w - r frtJJHrftJJBrrBfrtiJ sum KC KS It 1 a i 282Ki it mist i lrcolullon Kirksviile PIEGE Ovenhntt- - M V KoinN i SitocUv liiinUo i - Ituiiae Lu- - iOjaj Mi O ia rnlin rtjjg mm 14JU 00 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Nrw PllIG tpR IO dogs at one fire OF nxtiu from NHlioiiHi llanKH niol ite- scrve Au n Hue fi ankers siiiic Hi k mi reserve neiiis Ime from liteksainl oliier cMi llelll Nolesol oilier Nniioiinl Banks r mctioiml paper currency nickels and cents Lawful Money lU erve lu hank via I I furniture and 1 7 plf f D 4719 SSO P ARMER THE MAIN STREET ilto IU Mpeeta Redemption faail Willi I S Trea- urer i jier eent of circulation V S Tremor r oilier Due fio than o er cent ret nipricn fund Hole 11740 ixi latlU Ml I a Total Â¬ Capital st ck paid in I1ii 00 3UUUU UU Surplus funl Iniliviileo pruflta expeinea 7 and laze paid 411m to National Bank ll Is oulMalHlllitt 14a ks MOt i Hue other a nnal Due toSlate liallk- nliil lillkel Individual dcposiissiilij c l to check li - UAB1UTW ta76 t fiS iTUS JEWELER P I 8 in tiie n Willi HfH k Â¬ STATE Total SI Vice-Preside- Â¬ ru tcher County r Madison ikes ashler of IS doIasolemnly swear the aliove nalned hank thai the ahove staienieni is Hue to tue het of my know ledge and belief s s PABKBS ashier Subsenla il and sworn to xfore e llnstu day of December Mo s P IK a iifkoik Notary Public Correct Attest i Tlii Kv J smithIT KN NE A si 11 rectors t 1 P AUUKII i r KIMTiKV SWiTU a tl fsrftJ totliiscity Willit a rveer lin FeWr fllll II ol If you Â¬ frt ftUal tiie llollt ana rail Christmas a full line mm button loitowina in Im tin ine kiv o lie will oti Raajl from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in tli suite of Kentucky of business Daecnibei RKiOItT NATIONAL of the coiiiioioi 11ANK 01 It t the Kiel Kielllllollll the close Hunlr Gohl and nt prices that ton cant refi rcrks i plain ami tan v Silver P Kna of Drcwlni Laaipa oi tli- - btr4 priie- - jart th tkinff for a handsome pmenent tit tilarss that ho isoircrinsf at reiiucl la autiftil locks that will ba an rt ami verv low in prices Anythin- - von want in Ike Woma- Silver Novcltic- thintreal line in UmVel i RUrer Moantni V hil Walking sticks The latest a Tf W VHnV liric a brae for Ofanaaaata Minton tion in Iresltii Carlsha1 Hiawatha Roral An Won ester Tenlit trian and an endiess variety of useful articles that you 1 RESOURCE- mid Discounts iverilrnfis secured nntl iinseeuieil I s lion Is to s eureeiriulution Loan 2SvM 21 It iis Ilellimiiisoii Banning house furniture an ttxlur s Pile troin Null mil Hunks not Ke- sere AnaubO Due from Mule lianks and banker Due from approved reserve agenta Soles of 01 in r KalltMial Banal Fractional paaaranneaej nickels anil cents LnuMil Money K serve iu Bank 1 Is til ii Iim lfl IS Ml pB mm Sfrt unit anylwxlv U rt 15 ris 1111 is ISJEfl a XJ m am I speci- la iiul Tender Notes K de iintton Tumi with MJM M I ureri iiicr centof circulation slren MllH 00 UN tin Whites ttt CENTS Total mMrj IIAIIIIITIKrt J2B0WIU U HI JO 41 cant Â¬ Berea ttt rn -- Â¬ Christmas gift Our barber Mr Doe received the aad intelligence of his fathers death Thursday last at bis home in South Carolina Mr I C Davis has added a new dining room to his residence aud will keep iMiarders aud transient custom after the first of January The closing exercises of the college took place at the chapel last Wednesday eveiirg and were very interesting Nothing seems to occupy the temples of thought amongour denizens now but hristmas l oung men are preparing their gifts maidens are busy with their remembrances parents are thinking of what to bay for the children and mer chants are wondering if they will have anything left over when the season shall have passed No military companies have been form ed here to aid Grover in case of war with England Lev Mr Davidson of Ohio a sanctili cation evangelist preached at the school house last Saturday night to a large Â¬ They were after his ator Leland Stanford in 18S3 cost the Government nothing sheep The average of the lirst three SenatoBorn to the wife of Calvin Perkins rial funetals in the history or the Gov one day last week twins eminent was otrfy 20247 From ls4s Miss Mary Adams is visiting her aunt to 1N07 eighteen Senetorial funerals nv Mrs Lee Smithy at Athens this week eraged From 1866 to 1864 13664 there were thirty funerals costing an av erage of 3 7iel - The average of the Cotloiifourg ast ten funerals baa been 44202 The funerals of Senators for the last Mr F O Hill and family of linckeye were visiting relatives in Cottoubtirgthis ten years have cost 413920 more than In other all the rest from 1860 to 1NS4 week eott the Mr Leslie Cotton Co shipped nine words the last thirteen have Government more than the previous haaahead of tohabeco to the Craseat House last week and sold it at satisfac- sixty The House as usual is less extravatory prices The avcra gant than the Senate HI am not mist ikeii there will lie a of House funerals for four years has been few araddiaaji in the vicinity of Cotton only SI 272 84 against a senatorial averburg Hollidays before the are age of S4V12 02 over Cupids darts are Hashing Several other Senators propose to subiu every direction I dont mean mit remarks along the the sanieline with Leslie Cotton Ithink he will wait a while Senator Fellers speech and there Miss Lena Palsaar taught the school in is an impression that his bill which looks District No 4 Just a few dovs ago her to the abolition of the Congressional sell jol was out She did well under the funerals may become a law Soms of tne scholars circumstances Senator Wilsonol Washington said after were nearly at the beginning She pro Senator IVtier bad concluded Mr Feller i proposed to rive a gold medal to the right Why should the iovcrmeiit buy a ones that were perfect hiring the school Senator0 1 dont care to participate iu Nora laiius lessie Tudor and Zee Short a Congressional funeral in any rapacity received the prizes If 1 die and the Senate insists against Hogs are dying with cholera in this my wishes on spending SoOOO or 400 vicinity on me I hope they will buy one ticket Mr Henderson Wheeler is prizing his to Snafcaaa put it in the hands of the tobacco be has a line crop and is expect- - 101 na and send the balance to the a goop price He will ship it next week widow Senator Feffers bill curtails the ex and ill sell some time in January penses incuied in Congressional funerals and provides that a sergeant at arms shall PEFFEB PRESENTS FIGURES ON take the place of the committee now sent THE 008T OF CONGRESout by the two houses as escorts to the SIONAL FUNERALS homes of tle remains of deceased mem- Capital stock paid in Surplus funil Undivided profits less alltl laxes paid National Bank noteaontatandlna- Due to ottier National Hanks Due 10 Stale Hanks iimi Hankers tocheck Individual leposllssiil exn wiuu livvt i with Vnt miss them and for everv ilollara fail t be pi uuo 00 rj liltlVI Total liljtj j STATE iF KENTUCKY s j OINTV OK MaIIISON I J K ireeiiliif Caninr of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true lo the best of my m IP rfcLlIJ knowledlie and leli 1 f ttt iKEKNIBAF Cashier Subscribed and sworn to baton me this lilsi daj of December P Jno w Lnoou Jit Notary Public B worlh boiinlit rness as tn the aaaaner of BR VnVtA seeds in a hi pumpkin and the first 6am laeaaing the exact number or eoin injr nearest to it will be on stiited with a some Watch either I a lies worth fifteen or Cents dollars The seeds ill lie counted bv a committee If von dont want a appointed for the po can have anything else to that amount afuBBk al Qanancar Altai J W IAlKKTON D M 1 I SI1KII1Y IKVINK HKUillT Directors PB i DONT FAIL TO CALL ul Â¬ ol KeutlM Ky eeii ier ij ifU j National a Bank1 ue close of Hie condition of the Second Biefcni soue of business De gi BfpBJBrgiltg ajijrtlfif r-frtjj ts m s na in a ftij a fa a rli7 DiT overdralts seemed and unsecured Other real eate mJ inorlidgril oWlld I s Hoods Insecure circulation Due troni National atiksnol it- serve UKellls Due from shite bi nks an bankers Doe from approved reserve taenia Cliecks mid other caah items Notes of other National Hanks r ractional iiiper currency nickels alil eenls Lawful money Reserve in Bank SVIi Sjecie u Ien11 lender Notes Redemption fund with l s Treaa-liler lel celll ol ell eulatiolll viz REHOURCK9 Uaona and discounts MI8T2 ll- - a 1M Madison Monumental Works 11 Nt F Tt KKI AM i 00000 00 mil 71 1111 IU rss-asd-Ama- rAND iillJO aiw 41 71 i 00 a ToMiss GRANITE Tabu 7 lh W -- u r FINE WORK A SPECIALTY sa Total tb JJUUCOO 00 Capital slock paid IU 40000 00 surplus fund Undivided profile less t xnaaeaa ii M II and taxes paid National Hani note ouisiaiidin Due 10 oilier Nalional Hanks llin ij PueloSnue Bat ks and buiUeis in SS individual deposits subject to check 1H inc rttle tes of UepoHH Notes Kud bill re discounted UABiUTIEH Vour Trade Boliciti W rk dclivere to any jmrr Shite fmVW lite lor I h Price 1 Mt J OKl a ji i GIOO III ZIFU Pmpri Il Â¬ Â¬ crowd Â¬ N Â¬ Vent rafliB aide according to Venezuelan ciainis Bat iuiana or its owner Eng laud claims a large territory west of the THE ARMENIANS Lynch talked of Turkey and Turks to a very large congregation yesterday morning many persons being turned away for lack of standing room The sK aker diew striking lessons from the present condition of affairs in the Ottoman empire where thousands of Christians are suffering death and deprivation at the hands of the Mohamme- Â¬ dans The Armenians are Christian leople educated enlightened and progressive They with the Greeks and Jews are scattered throughout the Turk ish empire to the number of two millions or more They are the bankers business and professional men of the domain The Turk is lazy and shiftless His lands and herds are mortgaged to the Christians and he has made up his mind that if the Armenians can lie exterminated he w ill not only rid the empire of religious rivals but all of their property will lie confiscated and liens dissolved Mr Lynch dwelt at length upon the characteristics of the Turk and history of the empire He does not believe there is much relief for the suffering Christians The other nations ol the world animated by selfish greed are jealous of each other and are afraid to begin the parceling out of Turkey for fear that one will get roore than the other In addition to this there is an apprehension that in case of inter fereiee by outside owers the Sultan will arouse a religious war among the millions of his fanatical subjects and onhr an immediate massacre in his kingdom the results of which are frightful to contemplate Mr Lynch concluded his talk with a stirring appeal to his bearers unhampered by hiudranceor persecution to stand up boldly for Christ Danville Â¬ Christendom oa an ancient Christmas day LACK MADE FBOM TREE BARK mouth of the Esaequibo extending to tha iiiooth of the Orinoco and up that river to its tributary the Amacura Biver In this disputed territory K tween th iuibo and the Amacura along a little river called the Barima 54OtHi000 is in verted in mines and the British Government is exacting i er cent tax on the products of the mines It is said that the boundary line according to English cue torn wriggles like a snake when gold Besides gold mines are in question the mines is a prairie cattle country and the British want that Venezuela and Guiana have their mountains as well as valleys and prairies A small river leaps 800 feet down a preci pice into the Essequibo Malaria aliounds iu the low lands and a foreign army w ouid sutler Venezuelans were greatly rejoiced at the position taken by the V nited States and adorned Washingtons statue in Caracas with fiowcfa No war evea involved so wide a range as the possible one lietween the nited States and England would do over Venezuela as almost every power in the civil -used world would be included Â¬ 1 Â¬ Lev J W Trees of wonderful size and growth have been seen at the Department of Agiicullure at Washington DCbut nev- Â¬ er before have the authoritiessucceeded in securing such a wonder as the lace bark tree which was recently brought from Jamaica The inner bark ot the tree is composed of many layers of fine and intricately woven tilieis whi h interlock with each other in ail diiections us ruffles and even complete suits of this curious vegetable lace have been made It bears washing with common laundry soap and when bleached in the sun acquires a degree of whiteness seldom excelled by artificial laces made of cotton linen and silk The intricate web of this unique dark makes it compare favorably to the last mentioned productions forooth Ex beauty and durability ALT AMATEUR -- PEAKfi RKEIiS CHAIK1KK Below is given the Cougreational coin miltew and the chairmen as apKinted eater Reed ign Affairs Hitt of Illinois Ways and Means Dingley of Maine Appropriations Cannon of Illinois Immigration and Naturalization liart holdt Miaeonri Indian Affairs Sherman New York Public Buildings and Grounds Milk ken Maine Banking and Currency Walker Mas aacllMftta n Weights and Measures Ptoaa Pennsylvania hvera and Harbors Hooker New York Kail way and Canals ChickeYiug New York Pacific Railroads Powers Vermont Advocate MILITARY AND NAVAL Sixty seven Krupp guns on one side U the other side of the and f Dardanelles were silent during the pas Â¬ sage of owe British and one Italian war There arc six vessel without permits Austrian ships five French one German ten Italian three American nineteen and six Russian or about fifty war vessels in or on their way to Levantine waters to keep the pence of European Turkey i Naval Atfairs4BooJeUeMaine Mil Jiry Affairs Hl Commerce Inter state and tore ign Hepliuro Iowa The Christmas number of The Art Amateur is replete with valuable prac- Â¬ now its a girl tical material in every department of art Bev Davidson has concluded to stay work The picture of the old fiddler over during this week and preach here which is this year the attraction at the news stands throughout the country is His meetings are increasing in interest A very elegant social was given at the from the famous picture by J G Brown A Sad Heart But a Merrv home of Mr and Mrs I C Davis Satur entitled Even more valuable to the Art day night and dancing was indulged in Tune Student is the striking study of Fletir-de-ii- s until a late hour iu water colors by Frieda V r Kedmond shown in progress stage of Valley View tainting like the companion pai Rev Owen Young preaches at Anti-rx-- h issued with American Beauty Roses Christian Church on Tates Creek the October uuinber Examples of dec oration in the supplements are numerous 1 the last Sunday in this motnti and seasonable china painters and wood Harry Rice came down from Ford carvers especially are given a rare treat Thursday aud is visititing the family of In the letter press among countless good I M Ashereii Maple Arcade things the story of Lady llnima Hamil- Â¬ C F Pnant returned from a trip ton with the portrait by Romny is Symin Tennessee Virginia and Eastern Ken pathetically and briefly told The Study tacka-- He left Saturday for his home deals with a sub- Â¬ iu Michigan of Human Expression ject of universal interest and the article I ofet Thursday night the yonus people on Teaching the Child to Draw will in only teachers but every of this neighborhood patierpated in a of Wisconsin attract not 24 hop at the home of William Witt Senator Ben Hill died the mother in the land It is not easy to grand Sowers brothers gave one of their musifollowing vear and the charges were but imagine a more suitable holiday present here last Saturday The funeral of Senator Logan in for an artistic friend than a years sub cal entertainments scription to this sterling magazine night Benefit N IML that of leorge ago M utks Publisher 21 Cnion H M Morgan is the buss dog killer Square New York 35 cents 4 a year iu this neighborhood he killed tUrea I The last month of the old year finds this place with many new housts built much improvement in contemplation a great change in sentiment since the con mencemeiit of the year and an increase in population caused by an egress from Clay county Berea Lodge of Masons will meet on Friday night and elect oflieers for tlu ensuing year Your correspondent ti nils himself the victim of a severe cold and much indispos tion hence ioaot hilariousenough to w rite a Christmas article but he recognizes the fact that the editor is fully competent tor each a task and feels sure the blanket sheet Climax will be as bright an Ispark ling as Sherry wine in a tin upon a cold night after the ball Our best wishes for its continued prosperity and our hopr that its weekly visits mav continue many a long year are tenden d gratuitously in advance and we wish its tall and mirth ful editor may have a full share in the distributions of Old Sana that he may live to see the coming year perch her head above the horizon of time and take new life at the sight forget all his past ills neglectsand misfortunes hethaiikful for the many rich benefits friendships and prosperity which the lading years have given him have his hand more tirmly set upon the lever of editorial ower which oar new Governor gives so much credit to and feel that be is one of the many who will help to make our future glorious and grand Our postmaster heretofore of a cheer ful disposition is a great deal more so tt Â¬ Senator leffer has presented the Senate with a review on the subject of Con gressional Minerals but as usual not single Senator listened to his remarks He took np the burial expenses ol senators and brought out some interesting facts Senator lnincis Idaboae Rhode Island died in Washington in June and was buried in the Coagn al cemetery The funeral charges against the state contingent fund were 3 for sixteen pounds of crackers Bad 231 low eleven aad one f mrth pounds of The Auditing Commitee allowed the exhorbitant price ol I8 cents a pound for the crackers but kicked on the cheese item and disallowed it Twenty two Senators died without expense to the Government prior to 1828 In that year three passed away ai total coot of SMI 41 In the next eleven years ten Senators died and with one exception no draft was made OB the Treasury The funeral of that one cost Sd SL Down to 1S47 forty eight Senators had died and in only ten cases were there any funeral cuarges upon the public Speaker Reed may lie interested to learn that Senator Thomas L Iieed of who died in 1822 did not Mississippi have a Congressional junketing party to bolptobarj him In 1840 Senator Tiiad deus Betts of Conncttii ut passed away at a total cost to the iovernment of 74612 1L Senator Nathan F Dixon of In Rhode Island died and the funeral bill wasS74S40 Senator John Fairchild of Maine who died in 1S47 was interred by the GoTBiaieal at a cost of 107240 A year later Senator Chester Ashley o Arkansas died aud the figure was raised tofL506 42 Johu C Calhoun died in 1S40 at an expense to the Government of 210646 The funeral of Hem v Clay cost 5447 0l But in the same year 1852 the burial of Senator James Whitcomb of Indiana cost only 1217 There must have been a reaction against the extravagance of the Calhoun Clay tunerals for in ISoi Senator iiusk of Texas and in 17 Senator Belle of New hauipshire were buried at the nom inal expense to the Treaaary of 40 each Then Stephenson A Dong Illinois was buried at the expense ol bis wn estate but the example did not change the custom of Cnns national lu ntrals Senator Bkerf of Oregon killed at Balls Bluilin lstii ana boned forBQ2 When tne war was over Senator Solo mon Foot of Vermont had a funeral which cost S4oi57 and 1S74 the funeral expenses of Senator Summer of Mas sachusetts were carefully and scrupulously figured down to In 1877 Senitot Martaof Indiana died and the bill paid by Senate was only 7h For Senator Chandlier of Michigan the bill SiSO In recent years the figures have been more disproportionate The funeral of Senator Matt Carpenter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bers Louisville By Tobacco Market Durrelt Louisville Tolmiei Ware House sTATK Of KENTUCKY sa LOCNTV UK Maiuson j I R B Turley Cashier of the alMive nained bank do soieluuly swear that Hie abiave statement is true lo uie b si of my knowledge ninl belief B KTURLKY Cashier Subscrilieil and sworn to before me llus Ha day of December Jm W iuok Jr Notary Public Correct Attest st ink WAIKRR1 Iota i Corner Irancis am Richmond Kv H J lilover A B Willl Clle svClT Mw SLAUGHTER I Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3171 liluls with receipts BBHOCBI Sales on Loaaa nnd liscnunts lor the same period 2331 hhds S3in s Ml Oi Iverdrafls secureil and uesenred our market since January 1st amount to I s Hoods to secure cilelllallou all MM m t ikjO 00 S Hollls to secure UH d Sales oi tiie crop of tSo 17488 lhdf e tale and imon our market to this date amount to other real TJ1 fiO owned line from Natina H oiks not Ke- H7465 hhds serve Aiients fin 7t Oi 7 Our market this week has displayed in- Due from tate Hanks a d luitikers Due from approved reserve ni creased activity lor new burley tobacco Note- - of other National Hanks l and the offerings this week included Fractional paper currency nickels 7t and cents 2 255 hhd4 of new crop have been taken Lawful Money Heserve in Hank viz at prices as a ruie above the expectation Specie HUm III i ioo o Slim HO letul tender of sellers especially is this true ol the Redemption notes fund Willi Treas good to fine grades of leat which seldom M M urer percent of circulation nave been higher at this time of year w Total The recent sales of the market included LIARIMTIl X one lihd of colory leafy new burley at Capital stock pant in fiftOOntl 00 7VUt0 0 22 per hundred one hhd at one Surplus ruud Undivided profits e s expense at 1950 and numerous tales from 15 to Ti146 lJ and taxes paid Nalional Hank notes laiidiiii tAM r 19 and one crop sold at an average ot XI line 10 other National links 1 J J Til DiietoShite Itanksaiid bankers The gen15 round from the ground up Individual ieMistssubject to check Vi ims n eral character 01 the crop is thin and de k Ililled Stales ilepolts cijedly lacking 111 rich tillerv qualities and DepoBtla of U S disbursing ilieers Sasj as PnMBI W Total he preixmderence of low grades of tingy STATK UK KKKTUCKT- l- 3color on sale is likely to conceal the real I oliulv ot Madison activity and strength ot the maikrt for all fC D hr naillt Caslner of the abeve iiamel bank do sole sv grades than can he classed as good or above Mateatent istru- lily the ar that llle to best of m very common knowledge and lieiief medium The better than C D CIIKNAflT Cashier giades ol high olor are ow taken at Babanrlbed and sworn to batata mo this values decidedly above those heretolort L ru day of eecmber If s p Dkatukuagb Notary Public obtinable lor the new crop IoiiKKcr Attest week the salts adjourn until With this A It BIT UN AM WALLER BENNETT Dlreetont alter tne holiday beginning again on N B DKATHEKAUE here is every reason to January 2J believe that the market will then open m good orm lor the sellers new crop and it is to the Louisvife maket that they must look lor the supply of tobacco in wii ter order Here the condition of lib- Â¬ eral supply and untciaaiied demand meet AGENT and each lactor is an element ot nourishment to the other The following quotations fairly repre sent out market tor burley tobacco 15 04 ci op Trash Dk or damaged 00 to 2 00 Common co ory trash 250 to 400 Medium to good colory trash 4 o to 6 50 Assets 2 50 to Common Lugs not colory 4 01 Common co ory ugs 4 50 to 700 Surplus Mcdm to Good Col Lugs 7 00 to lo 00 Common to Medium Leaf t 5 00 to 8 o 8 00 to 15 00 Medium to Good Leal Good lo Hue Leaf Ij 00 to 18 00 Ail Forms ol Policies Wriuea 18 00 to 22 o Select vi raperv Led Â¬ IH inolid iu llle saie of ken iickv at tile close of busiu Dtcctnber of tle condition of the Madison 3 Tti National Bank i liverything iu our Store consist aig of f ts Â¬ aui CLOTHING DRY GOODS BOOTS and SHOES Wffl be mid strictly at COST from now I until lauiiarv ra make room for our sprint InkIs and gjiva H a chanic 1 io 111 Â¬ r4 to remthle oui - HENRY KLEIN SON Street - - sM0 Main Old Bronston Stand JGMILLER MANGR JJaMaa 1 B C POTTS Scientific American Ajency for Â¬ NEW 1 W 13- - rfTaaH I Tb LIFE LtvJam J aaflV Clviin DESICN PATENTS COAL EnU E 1 11 aBa nine ii- 162000000 20000000 rrtDWBIAUvn j BTCn nrinrnrrjiatMuarilfrwevvriawnniB HamlUMttr writt 5 JUXX A CO- - atl Bhoadwat Kiv Vbjc urfau for wctinnjt patents ia Aimriem itpnt takn out ov brouoht b rm Uio public a givcu oj autice fcj mui Dealers In I BEATTYVILLE AND SOUTHERN KY 1 free vl charge lu tue Office on Irvine street OPPOSITE THEDx iitutxiit mtxitm nnr Lowet n thn world Splendidly lllustri o maa shoald tewlraout it Weak inroliiirat akt mm yar l ju tti raonth UtrW MtTNV CO I Btuavlway New Vorlc City iJirve- - cfrctllatioa of anr wlf ntlftf Vcw Opera House i- S470 trustworthy gen WANTED orSeveral 10 travel in Ken ladies tucky for establihse reliable boons Salary S780 and expenses S tion Unclose reference aad stamped envelope The Dominion Company Thirl Floor Omaha Bldg Chice J2 price guaranteed on appli and will compete with any coal in tue - ij market Â¬ JOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN OUALIT House Lot for Eei cr COW LOST On Thursday Dec 17ih tommy place on Second st Â¬ FOR 6 went New YEARS k Has led all WORM ffomadias fences Hou -- - 9 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED MISs l lea e h sold BY ALL TBEJleTS and rT4 Or Prices Cream Baking Powder tirmiii Mum Mi crr rr LertiL WORMS AMIII j vermifuge 20 fa Ui fa 21 Privately -- TABLEBSli SUCK EYE fifUITdC n niNTypirr i iCURES NOTHING BUT PIU i rUf na stci water works f SaTadavrNNaTJaVJay WorMa Fair Highest Award V and CERTAIN CUR IB years as the i BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD BT Ail SBVT0T co s A SURE known for ajaaarajBani low N THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTOX J 1 I Edito MWAGSB P P ARMER rUBUBHID - Cal 1 1 1 The Cui2vjl 2z Btjzjijeut GREAT BRITAINS GRAB Causes Which Raised the Vene- Â¬ zuela Question BOIXDARY jgJejiiHfflli pifglaipBntiii--Richmoml Ky Dec a man there if England once anchored her Her strength in tho fleets at Ln Guayra West Indies at present is a matter of some little question but information that has come to tho navy department from iatelll ting the islands last winter show that at M Lucia she has one of the most powerful military stations -- rr frHiH rtlaK rtliH rtlte rUarfUnrx - H 25 1865 EVKBY TIDMtCAI BY Dal L A ThQ Climax Printing PKK YEAR DEC 2 Co m amicable final and honorable ml tin We have foil men of the dispute this course on i eminently tuewaaone of hi t ad a had a fixed limit the right to which would without dlffioalty In determined accord Â¬ ing to till Tile claim to have been put forth by the authority Guiana necessarily g qnietnde and cr a tiiat the territorial claim do nut Krical traditions or evidence but Isapnai sntly If indeed it siould appear limit to claim our tientent might not only be obliged to give place to a feeling of travo cone Our First Proposition i 1 r declaration to her ma vern- - PRICE 150 1895 I 1 WEDNESDAY UUZIKLAN tUANA Ore Ke DISPUTE REVIEWED PLOIILKM I P I The war cloud that overhangs the Mates and Kngland growing om of the noundarv linei ontroversv between Kntijli iuiana ami Yenezula is nut u fully developed nimbus but a cumulus of such dimensions as to be scrutinized can fully hv all the world The lxjundarv line has never len definitely settled and now that gold is found in paving quantities in the region along the controverted line the Hritish tioveroment of which iuiana is a province claims more from Venezuela than t ie latter is inclined to concede Venezuela hah long wanted to arbitrate the ieetion being too weak to fight England but the British lion demands the lions share without any further ado The Inited States through its Attorney ieneral Mr olney acting upon the principle laid down in the Monroe doc trine notified England some weeka ago that the liounlary dispute must mittcl to arbitration England replieil that she would not submit to arbitration Thereupon the President sent to Congress a r jiecial message on the subject recoin- incnIing the ptssage of a law creating a mission to be supported by a liberal Congress appropriation with great unanimity enacted the law and voted 100HK for expenses The President will once disialch to the committee named by him to Venezuela and probablyf to Madrid and Hague Thecorresondence and message are presented to our readers in to days Climax England cannot afford to have a war with the nit She has tried it twice and knows itwouldnot either brief or pleasant Besides that Canada Ireland India Australia and numerous other countries belonging to England would rise in revolt against Mr John Dull and he would lind himself right in the middle of a bomhshell ah The substance ol the Monroe doctrine as first enunciated by Washington and fullv elucidted by President Monroe is shinny on vour own side or youil get v ur snoot busted This Government will not allow any Government of the rn iontinent lo forcibly acquire tcr ritory on the western continent Venezuela is the mo6t northerly Kepub li of South America and is a thousand miles south east of Florida a straight line between theui passing through Cula It was uns overeu nv v oiumiins and was governed b Sj oi t I MO when a ten m ars war resulted in the Ulceration of the c UJitry odiIit the powerful generalship mm latiiai -- the Washington of America and Venezuelas first PresidentThe great battle of Caralma 1821 decided the contest but not till the treaty of Madrid in IMS did SjKtin nize the indejiendeucv ol her former slave But in Ivfci a i4 vears war broke out letween the Unionists or advocates of a strong centralized government and the Federalists or States Itighto party atter leiiir a constitu uodcled after that of the Cnited states was adapted In the meantime tv was abolished In iM the Ke public was divided into I States g Terr i Colonies and 1 District The -- inare miie- - and supposed area the population liiiii uki of which only three per cent is t ure white the otliers l ing negroes mulattoes Inlians and mixtures Roman Catholic is the principal religion Produ ts are gold Capper phosphate hides dve stufis sugar c syh E Inited Why We Are Interested In the Encroach ments of England on tie Territory of a South American Republic The Monroe Doctrine and IU Present Application Â¬ P P A Siico tho Venezuela qiieslion lias devel oped im o an international crisis between this country and jreat Iiritain it is interest lng to take n Imsly glance at tba cause of all the troullc and arfafly review tfcsj lod ap to it conditions which It is not a very Iirg tni t of country thai Enalaiul wnms net it is very win ahlc There arc mines liii rc gold mines and the glitter of Um predoasMMtal has aroused the cupidity of Joaa Dull Tlio question is otM of principle how ccr with the ovcrniinint and not of We are not particularly intei value in tho welfare of the Spanish American republic in her disputes with BaHntw or in herfn quent revolutions lint wo aro interested ii upholding the dictriuo of President James Moanje who declared that any atuiniit on the part of tin- hr hie sac I the ntmigbtforward and Great - Btaf i Cnited ground on n that tho he irit i was - one of hist Lnation iiily vi by Â¬ E idet 1 to tho i iew found positive Joint Vaoezuel Â¬ D com -- Stat Yor en 1 four ifon Mid Wis tem to any jxirtion of this hen isphcre would I rgnnld by the United Stales a dangerous us eur pansa and aatety and would be opposed accordingly ireat liritaiu baa for hold in South America gained when shy Bamaaaa power- - i aataad tiuir sys clared that the sivtuy ipie and i iaiu- nblc hit Onm ilneysdispiteh of last July is above all ether considerations an omplM nation of a th r oughly ustablialied i oli y of state It is also a decided ex that it in terms i he Monroe doctrine as applicable to the matter Tba ition may ba summed up briefly as Mb Our i - in the ui the li i wl iili de Â¬ ing chaii the i in it Mi sir ir 4f Jeffr - fir 7 -- S SffCreDi O c fS If has no Intention to occupy or upon ritory in dlapate uela accoruinKly ga assurance and tlius was the Oelehrated status quo of 1850 which Ven ezuela has always adhered to In good faith and which during the last has violated without scruple or bounds On Sept IB 1881 Lord Granville in a note to Banor Bojer diplo matic agtnt in England sug ment on a boundary Una to liegin on t eilltll of the rier Barima The starting point Indicated is veii to ihe eaal of the Orinoco mouth and In fact jmnville explicitly stated thai be had endeavored to satisfy the repretensions and claims of Venezuela giving to bar the so called Dardanelles of the Orinoco aud tbo complete ifomiuion of its mouth England Repudiated the Treaty Then followed tho memorable events landing to Gasman Blan in to England his actual negotiation of a treaty arbitration pri and the subsequent repudiation of that hy England In 188 Vene imdbaed an additional duty of 80 per cent on all no rom the B Bias This was Intended as an movement for crippling British West In dian trade It had the desired effect The British government thereupon l od a diplomatic live of high rank to London for tba pur Ming all questions at Issue beÂ¬ tween tha two ooontries and Guzman Blanco was dlapatebad aosordingly After protracted o be induced Lord Granville on June 19 1886 toappi icfa provided artich 15 that any differ i and ould not lx adjusted in ordinary ways should be settled by arbitration Bui on July 87 of llie same year Lord Salisbury the Tories ba into power meantime Informed ti Blare refer to arbltra- and controversies what tld be without precedent in the trea li e involving the title of tbi ory or other sovi n rights whl I Â¬ Â¬ 1 mine impc foreij is tin to au Be iu S hand to refer lo Therefore Lord Salisbur -- on lyre snb- - WITS ing Btr the Libera British j mouth of - to r viva it wera unavail- Merr Bern Rivei ir lin tlmini try whi than k the KewYork Columbia MinneapoUs Maine and Olympla all now cruisers but not one capablo of giving fight to a battleship Of the second rate vessels there are 10 beaded by tho Baltimore the largest of Sorrttlatinns a tn the Field nf 8800 tons and oding with the Boston r and Atlanta of 4txx tons These Conflict include the monitors Amphitnte and Ali antonomoh and all of the remainder are of outside of Great Hritain Not even Gibral Of the third rate ships aid to be better fortilied or to have tho cruiser class service THE FIRST POINT CF ATTACK more ample arrangements for caring for there are about 85 available for the Ba large bodies of men and for affording ab consisting of ships of the olass of Machias solute protection to any lleet she might lelgh Cincinnati Yorktown and veslandlocked harbor with These also include all the old wooden Importance of Halifax to Great Rritain fightanchorage sufficient for the largest battle- sels The rest of the navys actual two Relative Strength of tho Two IowJrs In ing strength on the water consists of ships Case of a ConUlct on tho Sea Compari torpedo boats and a number of smaller Stronghold Englands West Indian Tho vessels under construction son of the Two Naval Forces Views vt cruisers Bk Lucia in tho Inst tvo years number 10 altogether Army and Navy Officers ing to reports on hand at the department Inadequate Coast Defeases strategic point of Great In tho event of war with England what has hocome thoWest Our coast defenses are inadequate but Indies and is not only Britain in the would happen It has b that the coast towns are not so absolutely dethe war would bo carried on In Venezuelan fenseless n3 is generally imagined and territory Such would ha some of them aro supplied with the best The in lor tho Inilnl of our new guns Under pressure ico - would bo the Immediate invasion naval gun factory near Washington could of Canada add to the ordnance of the war departHelilai where Great Britnins chief ment and the army gun establishments naval station in North America is located could do wonders if urged to speedy work would be the first point of attack There and would furnish in a few months many is not mil h doubt that the two forts Which batteries of jsrwerful guns lop would Hike their col For manning the defenses and for supa t by porting any undertaking by bod battleships troops there would be that part of our reg- With llaliias in our power tho huular army of 25000 men that could bo ll contains spared from its present duties and the i to our own use and the national guard Kelianco would not be It acres of dockyard closed to British placed in these tnxips if the memice from ships a si would bo dealt to the Tho regular Kngland were very serious enemy army would offer to its officers who seek The next movo would ho to throw a fame and advancement the opportunity to sroiv military fores over the border our win both by entering the volunteer service rgul If all the men oi military as organizers the addition of the national guard Bold lie considered as availablo to formidable f rce put ln p swell a volunteer army it would be possihie WOUM ble to put in the field several millions of England and Uncle mn if the emergency becamo so great as Sam could ill to demand the enrollment of every male When i comes t a quest ton ol sea fight parson who could carry a musket ing we would atage BENOIi JOSE ATDRVDZ Tho danger from attack by British Bui attempt to drii Venezra Ian mini t r to tl atcs battleships is not regarded as very great English out of Vi D iu what a kstty and sailing radius of a formld ible military garrison but is nlso position we would find oum ships are small and they could scarce- Â¬ erbly aqnippad naval station with W would hiad our regular army on ry for tJie ly do much more than steam from Berall the appnrti Thrtx- - great muda to New Vork without exhausting and repair of warships of tie aid at ie tan guard on each side the narrow en Â¬ their fuel supply thus rendering them trance to its harbor about two miles from worse than nsassss al the timu they would could bo found would be seized and pot tad to do their most important torpedo irine uTines army An advantage would bo enjoyed work outfits and all the paraphernalia of by our warships which would keep near r immedi coo- tlon of late the island has Ixvn used as the sirts of the principal cities for their a station where insubordinate troo and would at all times be within tees at home have not a days sailing of their la e been exiled for three or The Part tha Army Woold Play - Ml OUt The famous troops which Tho part tha army would play in this mding four years bed to problematical war has been discussed in lilitary aothoril the war department where it is not adterrible history re but aft- - mitted that our military resourcesare lim IN THE EVENT OF A WAR ARMER T MAIN STREET cc m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JEWELER 7 I 8 in the Â¬ wuh tl Â¬ tothiaritv want an the ryevei is h dont hi staaaa taanssfranssBsBsBsaB -- a full line way Â¬ be wi r - Ring to an nd nt prices that ou cant reft id rorfca in plain and taioy Laaapa of the thing lor a handom pn irgi ie is offering at reduced prires that will be an ornament to ani prices Anything vou want in tlo I liled Â¬ i s nie- 1L Â¬ i ruibrel- Iteil C The latest irnamenla l Mintou tba Koval lit i i Aus riety - that you ie pleased beni rasa a nau abcT oi dollars Â¬ after Oa Laud know Lord of Ri In the event of a combat for supremacy on the sea it m li wa are mouth merely r the Or Although the following and v latint Cla r MAP HUOYVIN- atta Eton of i b t I t ming of the two however THE DISPUTED TEIUUTOHV The entirely free on jb bis- - and has other be would not dare t erward wi rred to St Thomas 80 mil unt of the uu- healthy Condi St Thomas until St Lucia boenmo Great Britains station of gnat impor- tance in the West Indies was her main military point and carries a garrison still of several thousand well organized and equipped men Hundreds of etberaare understood to lie stationed there ready to atched to St Lucia in event of I at army headquarters that the army was never In better condition than at present It could lie easily augmented by volun iid tlie aas of the national guard It is admitted however that the gr difficulty to contend with would be in This ic- arming a large body of soldiery ited crippled or incompetent It is said piitnpkin guessing r or eoiii it will lie a Hand- Â¬ ier Li lies th tifteen Is ill committee If you don e purpoie ng else to that amount te fjjjjjjjjjjjjjBjBnajsBBBBsaBssBki Col Bompelled l Iensi as he Kei Laws ish iuiana It south Ihe boundary lln h s n the by V terrl- - leave all her has ma y Bat ures Lea Eva ami M Her Hung undes gnttioi Pug War c Tak good j - have occupied the disputed territor Uriiisli miners and on lit fertile Belds and m Kailiiifr England after varh icat ih territory Venezuela Initcd Stataa fat aeveral years oi reply to this appeal waa la the form of mild suggestions to tis had lii Ie effi et A little Rtrongnr stand was tkcr in nrr next coiiiiiniiiieawon outb hind to subicii thi ttiou of the hmiiianij dispute tnai Lord t answer to ti Salisbury re vine The British gy- t radii I 8aW Tliis country on tho other hand has nor a fh usion in the Islands where refuge for ships or supplies could he at Britain cavil officers menl say baa realized that Uahaas KMiLlSH BATTLESHIP BLAKE in troublo with the United States tha war questhiil of ammunition of d on n this side of tho eludes iiwhich there is htile on hand At- present d that without coaling stations as and supply i the national guard is equipped with a va- ful hostilities could be pursued Tl v riety of guns which makes identical am- poinl Bermuda and St uiuiiiLie uiipos ioe It would take time to properly equip a nd Kingaton a large hody of troops and a large expendi the network ol I public funds There la no quesd to Van of tho fin- Â¬ tion that the national guard could bo readily mobilized and easily brought withis in the v in tlie discipline of the regular army Th not only powerfully ral Miles capacity for command garrisoned but have every facility ag warships The total and campaigning is readily agreed to His aumber of British soldiers they carry is youth activity experience and ambition Acer of the army be combine to make him a fit commander in li v iy land f would not fall far short of Many of the war department officers are the entire lauding strength of tha Initeil In observing the power of of tho opinion that tiie invasion of Canid likely a at and tho is less of as a military operation on ac count the present incident than the oc biefa she could lam cupation of Venezuelan territory An ofmen from Sr Locia oil ficer said in referring to this subject tba military service do nor take into conThe invasion of the n laboring Dobe resources she would bring into play al home They predict that should minion grows out of the assumption that there wo must make the principal strike at States determine to ip Gnat Britain since our naval force is land in dispute Inn ihaa pitiably inadequate England it Is felt nel be required to land as many soldiers in n she might cannot withdraw her armed forces from d at the suno time re India Gibraltar and the colonies IVJ in- vent the Cnltod States from getting a re- - eraass tho military in Canada and it is Intent ashore taken for granted that the United Staas li r policy naval trate ept at once can easily obtain possession of Canada It warships we anight gather for swins to mo that this will preclpitata an vi attack on our undefended coast a result safe convoy to regu l guard and this they of immense cost to our seaboard cities to say she would bare no difficulty in doing say nothing of the loss of innocent life After allrShe contest if there be one must Th9 Condition of Oar Navy bo at sea or at leant between two navies Tic vailahio fighting strength Tho army is more likely it seems to me to of our navy could pt be materially in South America and there sustain creased under three months wiih ship yards working night and day The beat with onroo doctrine tho military allied tho naval force of this country part of the Bavylsnowat sea and most of the sbips on foreign stations and of tho A Fulfilled Prophecy real fighting class there are but three bat At the time of tho boom in southern California a gentleman who was about to start for the golden land of which so much aid and who had a passion for quoting the Bible whenever it was possible telegraphed to a friend already resident iu the west in the following words Read tho second aplasia of John twelfth verse The friend ooked up the verse and read Having many things to write unco you I woold not write with paper and ink but I trust to come unto you aud speak tare to face that our joy may be full The frieud was also a student of the Bible and from his beautiful home in one of the loveliest of California towns he sent back the wet da Delighted to hear it Rood Deuteronomy eighth chapter seventh to tenth Versi s Tho message translated gives tho noblest description of what its grateful inhabitants to cail Gods country For the Lord thy God bringeth thte unto a good land a land of brooks of water of fountain and depths that spring out of valleys and hills a land of wheat and barley and vines and fig trees anu SITED STATKS BATTLZSBIP MAiXF pomegranates a land of oil olive and honey a land wherein thou halt eat br ad The un finished comprise three battlo without scarceness thou shall not lack anything in It aland whose stones aro an armr three monitors iron and out of whose hills thou mayest and three little gunbe When thru hast eaten and art The construction bureau has prepared a dig brass showing the pi ntagrs of work reÂ¬ full then thou shah Lord thy God for the good laud he hath given thee quired l the launched und of this number the battleships Uasaa Companion Tooths tid Oregon are nearest compleSlightly Better Oft tion The list of warships as given in tho na- Â¬ iry Wat kins Dont you believe the val register hardly fighting poor ii gettin poorer right along tlie mtv building Huigry Hlgglns I hadnt noticed rather than those in com mission v nothiiof the sort I owed 818 ten Years Ihe govamment would have nd I didnt have a cent Terday I a elrielly should tbi uiu itoi a ceDt out tnom debts is outtrouhc it the next two years Of ships lawed so I guess they is one pore man a raikett as fir rate there are live the little bitter off Indianapolis Journal Â¬ Â¬ trouble DONT FAIL TO CALL warfare at the war depart- - tl mum MsJalisl fact All the cue si lively In tl In re t i luelan - she bl m rionninental Works M AXl tAI Tl k- Ki tei-wa-- ol ten in vli AND GRoNIT Neai inornii negro wife of wbieh proposoa that a commission be tile the anestioti Then if Ki - fund to be encroa nelan territory she will either bare to give up and get out or fight provided I not hack dovn and there la not ninab dangi r bis doing t 1 Ir coion within Kro that fr Tomhs Tabu Hi 5 that i valuab i and Snol ene ion V vhich ould FINE WORK A SPECIALTY Your Trade W Â¬ Â¬ - Ihe v rk deliverel lo u l v whirp then ti him in Englan colored negroet for lvr iles The iew of it is a rch man musty indary Stale other cr Serugcs Viaw T Iri faaTWrite I - Icrely a Territorial rei C optrovery show al a in a late i 11 6IOO IKK bim li p niti I i Arkans disjitite turns wl strong uemana made by that tlie territorial controversy In tirety shall be submitted to li outline which the dent gives In his annual i tary Olaej Bayai maiity tl the it- ho n i lV 1 imj England Not ail d ut 131 fighting sbips e I - 1 ha Corner Fisjada Richmond Ky - en I ever I afti lary dispute and wit lioul aUmittii Origin cf the Ion b our em ire naval that Jin molasses coffee cocoa maize cat Hie chief river is the Orinoco tiic mouth of which is well fortified ami commands the terminus of the railroad - uiiic-- t Caracas the capital- - Cam as is a city of WOOO people is more than - old lias a university a famous i gorerumra Whil of liit li II lx the Ric hellion his Ven with pa may die and are arraawl of Turkpy for fear that one w ill get more sPEAKKK mWmVt IHAIKJIEX thau the other In addition to this there - an apprehension that in case of interBelow w given the Congressional eoua and the chairmen as appointed ference by outside jiowera the Sultan tuitteee will arouse a religious war among the Speaker Ree millions of his fanatical subjects and Ioreign Affairs Hitt of Illinois order an immediate massacTc in his kingWays and Means Dingley of Maine dom the results of which are frightful to Appropriations Cannou of Illinois Immigration and Nat oral iaiion liart contemplate Mr Lynch concluded his talk with a stirring appeal to his bearers boldt Kiaaoari unhampered by liiudranceor persecution Indian Affairs Sherman New York Public Buildings and Grounds Milli to stand up boldly for Christ Danville Advocate ken Maine Banking and Currency Walker MILITARY AND XAVAL Â¬ Â¬ imreh waterworks and other modern improvements is 2880 feet aliove an earthquake killed ISAM at its imputation Mtaaa duiana is east of Venezuela It claims 7t sijuare mi- l- of territory but according to Venezuelan and Brazil ianciaims has only ILMUKi square miles lis products ami people are practically - me as those of Venezuela Iieme rara is an important river and its valley produces a noted 6ugur Essexiuibo Liver is the line some distance up n nen iuiana territory crosses over to the 7uoUn side according to Venezuelan claims But iuiana or its owner Kng laud claims a large territory west of the month of the Essequibo extending to the mouth of the Orinoco and up that river to its tributary the Ainacura Liver In disputed territory lictween tl qiiiboaud the Anacura along a little rivei called the Barima S4ll000i is invested in mines and the British Government is exacting er cent tax on the products of the mines It is said that the loundarv line according to English cus torn wriggles like a snake when gold Besides gold mines are in question west of the mines is a prairie cattle coun iry and the British want that Venezuela and Guiana have their mountains as well as valleys and prairies A small river leaps xnn feel down a preci pii e into the Essequibo Malana abounds in the iow lands and a foreign army w ould suffer Venezuelans were greatly rejoiced at the position taken by the Cnited States and adorned Washingtons statue in aracas with flowers No war evea involved so wide a range a the possible one lietween the Cnited States and England would do over Vene zuala as almost every power in the civil- Â¬ ised world would be included Kara in Cong rates es stuffs an The held C of Kichn au lr Venezuc Rebels a V 11 Bar J and Turl vesterda turned a The sjK a the preec Â¬ Ottoman Christian privation T dans leople ei greasive whole of the territory-- and ia th signincant words that a porttoa of the longs to he- and therefore cannot he put lo the risk of arbitration is utterly re Jl led Iii the bnsgange of th raaorl to aaofa arbitration should Ihe whole con in ecrsv and is c if one of the oweracuneei to draw an arfattrary line through the ter-Â¬ ritory in debate and to declare thai it wll submit to arhitration only the portion ly ing on one Tharbitrary Una nfuiud to ba the presidents ataaaaan is the famous Schom burgk lit g at mouth of the Orinoco river and pursuing an Irro or-e southward to the Brazill This is the Um v now insists upon natbe extreme possibii li ary of the V nezudan r od be refuses absoluieiy to submit to arbitration any of tha territory eat of fact Eugiaiid is now at more than ten years in f nil control of all the country eaal of the Sofaomburgk Iiut Venezuela liollt tiat d extendlnf as far aa the Basequibo the British are mere usurpers and the United States substantially ind thaaaaartfon by refusing to aabotiun Brit bib ooou ation title can te aatabllahed by impartial t ration To folly u our gem nun u i Â¬ Line member an Ai ly extend o her open nd into our va Viva forces Compared o Clnss of v s rirot B 25 Bfo of Â¬ Ko UI in ihe trine viola jj gard of the principles of - in total i sad 1UGHTER ti il sour fullv just Mt Up rrm an in little be to 131 C22 ti Â¬ who was then 1 1841 t burgh step only ci- i I - by Mr S from im con true ions of wbicl leal that all ing r JTo of treaty from pr- a future Inary disi is of pn acts orw Inable - Z 78 4 23 881 yi 13 ao or to oat ale tlon 113 ats eriimen as the to fear it domi I A Qupfr CeiKetery A c o Travelh r Britain Boon ordered that all i S liombu 1844 I can c room bill 9 naval oi leer in tba knows has powerful military sta a few days ail of La Guayra are almost No comparison between oes of the nade v ithoul I I Â¬ voluntarily proposed ell Thre years later I GOODS iS and SHOES until January is iir Spring oinIs ami to reuiode our 1 HING K tig of boundary In the - Atlantic bctwi for the British fleets now flrro Will lie sold strictly at t O -- -- T lion from thy h dsi I1Ktk nom r lile there are no battli the eruU numerable and most of tbi of the ble v The British chat understood lo h n ive tia a chance -- merits l tnrfssdunvtnd for arbltmtionof the territorial in its entirety U is nce in ti rs Â¬ com- in v pel i hem to live to ajo back for a period of about nine years on IVV ir lsv Mr Bayard rotary of state ad PlKtl erne a rumor that Englan wall is Bach apartment nth odas bines but arar - i offin The i I KLEIN SON Jews are ish empir or more am proft Â¬ The Turl lands anc raanrding of Urii in Venezuelan territory In ii be said Thegunaiiimsil of tha United has hitherto taki n ai interest in the i is now made ii order of h the i i veyed to ll grave lx i em tbi id e not a and and was prepared that Grct Brit copy or em pute friend di this likewise bapj paid uu or ex- - ably ram m in La210 Main Slreet Old Bronstoii Stand LLER MANGR Jhristiara that if the natexl be religious l will be cc Mr Lyncl Venezuela and so tar els were admissible n and irilain could In tWi count verful a sert that this lilo to get inent fuiih and from its pi are th Â¬ has adn ikeaslmi- - acteristics empire much relit The other by selfish ericanl COAL E Sixty seven Krupp guns on one side ami forty eight on the other side of the Dardanelles were silent during the paa Vork asfsa of one British and one Italian war Railways and Canals Chickfriug stent vet without permits There are six York Austrian ships iive French one German Pacific Bail roads Powers Verrcot t ten Dalian three American nineteen a and six Russian or about fifty war Naval AtfairsBoatelle Maine Military Affairs Huit Pwa r ease la in or on their way to Levantine Inter iHate and Foreign Commerce waters to keep the peace of European - Coina Weights and Measures Hone Pennsylvania Hirers and Harbors Hooker New Turky stands throughout the coontrv is from the famous picture by I G Drown A Sad Heart entitled But a Merrv Kveu more valuable to the Art Tune Student is the striking study of Fleur-de-Ii- s iu anstnr colors by Frieda V Redmond shown in progress 6age of jiainting like the companion panel of American Beauty Roses issued with the October number Examples of decoration in the supplements are numerous and seasonable chna painters and wood carvers especially are given a rare treat In the letter press among countless good things the etory of Lady Emma Hamil- Â¬ ton with the portrait by Romny is Bysn pathetieallv and briefly told The Study of Human Expression deals with a sub- Â¬ ject of universal interest and the article on Teaching the Child to Draw will attrai t not only teachers but every mother in the land It is not easy to imagine a more suitable holiday present for an artistic friend than a years subscription to this sterling magazine Movtaovb M miks Publisher 25 1nion square New York- 35 cents 4 a year new Â¬ - His meetings are increasing in interest iual expense to the Treasury of - oO A very elegant social was given at the each Then Stephenson A Douglas of home of Mr and Mrs I 0 Davis Satur Illinois was buried at the expense of his day night and dancing was indulged in wn estate but the example did not until a late hour cluuge the custom of Congressional fu ntrals T t T Senator BakerJ of Oregon kitted at Valley Balls Illnit iu lSbl was buried forU02 Rev Owen Young preaches at Anti When tlie war was over Senatsi0 nefa Christian Church on Tates Creek mon Foot of Yermont had a funeral the last Sundav in this niotnli which cost 4lKi7 and 1874 the funerHajtry Rice came down from Ford al expenses of Senator Summer of Mas Thursday aud is visititing the family of sachusetts were carefully and scrupu lously figured down to 448798 I M Asher on Maple Arcade in C F Bnant returned from a trip 1877 Senator Moit n of Indiana diet in Tennessee Yirginia and I jistern Ken and the lull paid liv Senate was onlv tucky He left Saturday for his home 750 For Senator Chandlier of Mich-igan the bill 8180 In recent yean the iu Michigan Iisl Thursday night the jFOoaa people The funeral of u ore disproportionate Senator Matt Carpenter of tiis neighborhood paticipated in a of Wisconsin in 11234 grand hop at the home of William Witt Senator Ben Hill died the sowers brothers gave one of their musi- Â¬ following year and the charges were but cal entertainments here last Saturday Tlie Mineral of Senator Logan in night Benefit N F U that of Senator George H M Morgan is the boss dog killer Hearst of California in iu this neighborhood he killed Hired e that of hiacolleo Aiov Trash Dk or damaged oo to 2 oo Conmion co ory trash 250 to 400 Medium to good colory trash 4 o to 6 50 Common Iugs not colory 2 o to 400 Common co ory aigs 4 o to 700 Meilm to Good Col Iugs 7 00 to lo 00 Common to Medio n Leaf j 5 00 to S 00 Medium to Good Leat 8 00 to 15 no Goad to line Leaf Ij 00 to iS 00 Select W raper Leaf 18 00 to 2 o iiiii uirii 1 KrrcTrl Assets Surplus 162000000 S20000000 ol rTTEZ rftitntiiu Sf Ijinrpt 1rrnlsrln t - TRAriB r OESICN PATKMTS v I faU I Dealers f n BEATTYYILLE AND SOUTHERN - boivau inr semrini Hawaii Til AmTri tho public by a not 3v gjTen rive or chars te Um mttitm In th - Office on Irvine street OPPOSITE THEt ill Foras Policies Written Li ft3Ma ntAmmTmZZEyJJiij ev ftFUX lnttflr rjtf S nanr Wwkly Veu Opera market House Lowest prices guaranteed on applic and wii compete with say coal in Â¬ trustworthy gen WANTED orSeveral to ladies travel in Kentucky for aaUblthaad reiable house alary S7SS ami expenses Steady posi- Â¬ tion Knclose reference and nriif lililrnsi Â¬ tOST IN QUNTITV B8ST IN QUALIT House ui Lot or Rent Company Chicago Pad llurd Uoor Te Omaha lnn Bldg WORMS WHITES a aaSsNBNaSSf Sale Primely TABLERS BUCK EYE 1 COW LOST i n riiuradstT to marble works and li O DOZIEK It IVERHJFUGE ao years EVERY CRa I 21 a ili to reii for Has lod All WORM Remedies BOTTLE aiCKAiaansumciM to men 6tory house water works a MI- n Broadwi OINTMENT CURES f - A U BVAU Prfir 6UARAITEED1 DRltCHiUTS I ST Lirt Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder WorW8 Fair Highest Award jBEST REMEDY for PILES Ota NCTHIHG BUT PI1E5 8URE and CERTAIN CUR known for IB years as the bt axc asreiiarra BBiP B - I iinr f RSSSISHnSranSn THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTOX - Edito Manage TZE3IE T TKT A 5ZT I P ARMER SX7X3LE2vETTpaid for by the delivery of United States bonds having 30 years to run and bearing 4 per cent interest By the terms of the contnet not less than one half of the gold was to be pro- Â¬ - RiclroordKy Dec 25 It I mJST5PRICK PKK YEAR - AN 151 Ifc I Dy HE iil Gi to War or Down actuated by he most friendly feelings towards rotti na tly eonocrned addressed to the and to the munimlnity of tense jnc ot tle freut powers of the world and lag 111 relations to one ronparatively ti small should have produced no llBappniQiUiK mi appeal befc--u- tust suh CARLISLES REPORT Wants Legal Tender Notes Retired and Three-Per-CeBonds Issued nt cured abroad tVEIXrIAY I MCSkMl It is Stdiiciiiij Upheld the President GHANA PKitULKM he war CaSBs that overhangs tl Inited States and England patriae of the Num larv lin oiitrcve U tvei i5ritiili iuiana and Venezula is not folly develojH f nimbus but a cuinnl of aach dimension- - a to lie scrutinize all the world rarefullv The boundary line has never be definitely settled and nw that imI1 found in paying ijuautities in the regii 1 Monroes Views Arc Sound and Should be Enforced 1 slong the controverted line the lirili tioveriiinent of which Oiiiana is a rc inee tjaiiiis more frii Venezuela th tle latter is inclined t sonrede Ver uela has long wanted to arbitrate t ijaeation leing tM oak o litrlit Englan but tije British lioi demands the lioi Am without any further ado T through its Athirne Tint eneral Mr Olney acting upon t principle laid down in the Meatse dc week trine notified England that the loiiiiarv dispute must Ih su England repli initted to arbitration that she would not submit to arbitiatio Thereupon the President sent tot Ymgrt I cje ial message on the Slbject reoi ling th passage of a law creatine Ensund Must N w fqmrely Back The Inileit StatM shonli RUI rnglnndt Not lctfta Willful Ajcroiiii Wm National Silf lc rt tnrlhuSiko of Aiiullitr Wiiit- - I i U ioUbii 19 The president VsiM- sent to congress Tuesday the Venezuby elan correapondei Â¬ 1 me tne follow To tub f The rot rse to be pursued by this jrovern taix ia view of the present rondiioa does Having i ft uppcar to admit ot serious doubt labored faithfully for many years to induce rest Krtain to submit this dispute to impartial arbitration and having been non finally apprised of her refusal lo do so nothing remains hut to accept the situation ngniz its plain requirements and deal with it accordingly Great Britains present proposition has never thus far been regarded i though uny ad Â¬ justment of the boundary which thut cjuntry may deem for her advantage anil may enter into uf her own free will can not of course be ed to by the United States that the attitude of iimns however iila uW remain unchanged the dispute iKh a saec as to make it nnw ln- cimbent en the tniteii stateslo take to determine with sufficient cerlaintv for llicallon what is tin true divisional the republic or Venezuela and iiOultm Ukalaquir tothatend should i r soiirao be eonducted carefully arid jiidi- ight would be given to all ad facts In sup- r the claims of bith parties In order that such an examination should be isfactory prosecuted il a thorough and as nuir ue- man oapeaaee off a cum- approprial ie executive who ration and re- w llh Ih IttOV siia h n port is marie and accepted it Wheu will In my opinion be tho duty of tile Dotted v every means in its poutr as a wilt in upon Ua rights and inter- ropriation by lreit lirilain of any lands or the exen reraaaaaaal yins- u over aay territory vvhich after linesii- we have determiued of rights belong to Hank in c Law Chtncei Kfommfnde- dKfCftit luniianil lolti ranixtlom Kx- plmind A Deficit of 17000000 Estimated for Next Fiscal Year I Washixgton Dee 17 The annual report of John G Carlisle secretary of the treas Â¬ ury was sent to congress Monday It was of course a long and important document but that portion of it which referred to national finances was as follows At the beginning of ih last fiscal year July I 1HM the cash balance in the treasury Hon1 st the con- - i tjr to iK ported bv a libel iUt be OBBBBem re witli appropriari iiunanimity uc acted the law and rot oo for expenses The President w dispatch to the committee iiaun by him to enezuila and pribably Madrid and Hague Thecorresonden and message are presented to our icadf vhieb In making these recocirnen latlons I am fully and keenly re all tin- cnnsruences that may follow my conv lam iieiortarliiai iim la thai wlnie it is afrieveoua thing to cortem- ilie two great Enirlsah speaking i of the world as being otberwiea than friendly competitors in tne onward march of c its in all the lion and atn oalaaifty which a of paaes tl naton can invite wiucli equals that which roUowaa supine auontlsatoa to wrong of na- ijustice an th winch Is led aud defended a people s aatety and GRi EZCCl T1VE Ml inica- - v ctiVRrAND to have a w with the Inited States She bee tried twice and knows itwouldnot lie eith brief or pleasant liesides that QaBad Ireland India Australia an uumero other countries belonging to Englai 1 Cl im IX England cam lays - The Correspondrnre Acco- tl H its mate U U would rise in revolt against Mr Iol Hull and he would find himself rig in the middle of a liomlisheil al The substance ot the Monroe dx trin 8 first enunciated by Washington ai fullv elucidted by President Monroe shinny on voiir own side or youll g vur snoot busted This tiovennue will not allow anv iovernment of tl n continent to toriblv acquire at rj on the western continent Venezuela isthe most norther y Kepu lieof South Ameriea ami is a thousai of Florida astraiglit lii between them passing through Culia was diecovered bv Columbus and s reed bj Sjiain till 1810 whin a te - war resulted in the lilieration of tl c luntrj under tin- iowerlul Loneralsh f ih to our car the Washington Amerna and Venezuelas tir President The great battle of Gonbo Isl1 decided tin coaeaet but not till ti treaty o Madrid in s Ti did Spain nize the imleieiideucv ot lier form Rut in 1N40 a 24 rean war brol slave out between the Inionists or advocah il a strong centralized government ai or State ltighto part A he latter Wing victorious onstiti deled after that of the Enitf - was adopted In the meantin slavery was abolished In l M tl public was divided into 8 State J oioiiies and district Ti is J0UU0 sqnare miles aa upp liulation 200000 of which eaJ three ier cent is pure white the othe lieing negroes lnulattoes Indians an mixtures Roman Catholic it the mine pal religion Produet- - are gold eappa phosphate hide dve stufis suga molasses coffee cocoa maize ca Tin chief river is the Oriuoci uth of which is well iortilied an commands the terminus of the railroa 38 miles to Caracas the capital- - Caraca is a city of 90000 people is more the Id has a university a famou cliurcli waterworks and otht modern improveim nts is iv u feet abov el In itb juake kille 1 185 from Juy L IML to December was tl sXtSljOil and of this sum iJ146v 29038 w m paid out of the bilance on hand at this tury btjiw by stating tliit the date in excess of 10iJ out i o an 1 the remainder n much anxious thought to has been supplied by the use of U S notes and norl a conclusion treasury notes presented for redemption and tmiortanco thus received into the tre isury in xchani e for gold coin The act of May J 17 provided ty nnuiveJ in any act ion now i Re ilion com- - that when any V S notes mav be redeemed or i steed into the treasury under any law of the y dlapMia tte indcliuito olatsi of from any source whatever and shall belong to lie contnuui1 growth of the the United States they shall not be retired cancelled or destroyed but they shall be re eU Hrilish clams Um fit of the van btleatioii of th j cooiruv w ay Usned and paid out again and kept in circula- Â¬ tion purt la the matter here It is clear that when any of thee notes IV the T the ScrKmiburg have l een redeemed they do not constitute a Una was run hate tnovetl the troouerof Brit- - part of the reserved fund but become a part of the general cash assets of th- treasury to la further aad further to the d in the same manner as other Bseejay ward of the hue proposed b Lord Aberdeen La hr Ion flaw to the government Whenever they The rires the situa- - could by tTftlIgtf be used to procure gold - rear to be as foi- - far the replenishment of the reserve they applied but when this could not to territory of Indefinite but SO dsae they h tee b en treated as available in piy large extern la in diepota funds m the treasury and None of ray p ment of public ezp am have ever made any distuic- strength of the aioo lx tweeu the notes received in payment PC to or the ordinary revenue notes ucesOmeJ by m only through 1l the holders and redeemed in coin but such ave been used in iiscriminately as the Ited for half Las of the public service requirt d to estabtiry arlisle quotes in supp jrt of this darj quarter of a proposition the report of Secretary Sherman for ISTT which ltd to the laws of congress en- cn for arbitration malving it manlitory on v re- rotary of the treasury to rv isue the pt upon the renunciation in her fa iras Since the passage of that act he says I clear the right and duty of the secretary of the treaaory to re isue tie old legil tender notes DO uitittf r how re evel into the treasury taey to tne Un ted belon Baa provided th never been questioned in has any quarter and as to the treasury notes issued lateof July lta aid itritin Oiastani is iMrHHi of the bitumiary dla-- cole excluding all current liabilities but including a gold reserve of KW87J 04 06 was 117 3 584a and at the close of the year June 1805 90 the cash bal- Â¬ ance execluding all current liabilities but including a gold reserve of fl0aOJJ0was 196240 1M87 showing an increase of t777 77 74 The excess ot expenditures over re Â¬ ceipts during the year waj r4J8ui2iXi8 as against a deficiency of 8P 801J9NLM during the fiscal year 1KJ1 The total receipts daring the fiscal year 189 were 115 6680 5 85 greater than the receipts during the fiscal year 1891 and the expenditures were II 139981 54 less than during the year 1831 Tho revenue derived from customs during the fiscal year 1803 ex- Â¬ ceeded the revenue derived from the same source in 194 by the sum of i C340 086 83 but the receipts under the internal revenue laws and from some other sources were less than during the previous year so that the net in Â¬ crease of revenue was alo 668055 85 as above stated If the income tax provision contained in the act of August CS 18M had been sustained in the courts It is believed that the deficiency for the year would not have exceeded the amount estimated In my last annual report In that report the opinion was expressed that the laws then in force would not only yield an am- Â¬ ple revenue du ing the fiscal year 1893 but that there would b a surplus of nearly I 90000 This opinion was bised upon the suoposit on which then seemed to be well founded that all the sources of revenue provided in would be the act of August available and that owing to the higher rate of taxation imposed upon dUtilled spirits and some other articet the receipts under the in Â¬ ternal revenue laws would be very considera- blv Increased but the decNion of tne supreme court holding the income tax provision of the act to be unconstitutional and the fae that re- ct ipts from internal rvfiue did not increase as anticipated but actually fell off 3639 60 79 during the fiscal year i8J as cjnp ire J with year njtwihstanding the previous the hurher rate imoose lcn spirits and other articles have greatly altered the situation and I am now of the opinion that tnere will be a deficiency of about 17000j during tho cur Â¬ rent fiscal year I endless chain theory of the ncy the secretary says The totai excess of expenditures over re No gold was taken from the treasury to be used In paying for the bonds as had been done in the two former cases nor was any with Â¬ drawn for shipment until after the delivery bad been completed under the contract After a large part of the gold had been fur- Â¬ nished from abroad the secretary in order to prevent disturbance in the rates of foreign ex Â¬ change at a critical period and avoid a condi- Â¬ tion that would force the gold exports and consequent withdrawals from the treasury ac Â¬ quiesced in a departure from the literal terms of the contract that one half of tne coin should be procured abroad and accepted deposits of gold then held in this country to com plete the delivery Detailing the amount of bonds issued and gold received the secretary proceeds as fol- Â¬ lows The beneficial effects of this transaction were felt immediately not only In this country but In every other having commercal or finan- Â¬ cial relations with our sveople Confidence in our securities as safe and profitable invest- Â¬ ments was at once restored to such an extent that they ceased to be returned to our mar- Â¬ ket for sale and a very considerable demand for them was created abroad but the most gratifying evidencea of improvement In our con- Â¬ dition were afforded by the prompt revival of business among our people tho increased ac tivity and extension of our domestic industrial and commercial operations th rise in the prices of our principal agricultural products and the general feeling of relief and security which became apparent in every part of the country But adds Secretary Carlisle our further progress towards a comp ete restoration of confidence and prosperity Is seriously im Â¬ peded by the defects in our currency laws and he proceeds to discuss the remedy aa fol- - Id the United if any the intervene in ula au to under the silver purchasine act they must re v teci tty of d far it i by the pretensitw of Venezu ran territoi it- that - duty more ot m Jmsti--tio- deemed in gold or if can I indafd silver dollars must be issued lr pbaoe for if tins were not done there would be a smaler amount of such notes out ogtaaataa cost of tie silver bulion and the standard silver dollar coined there- Â¬ from and held in the treasury and this conii bv the Btatwta under which thp notes were Issued Wbetaer D HOJ or destroyed and are two countries n fur- - lUliai with atTalra with ful concern On the right exit them the practical result is the same for in etary would be using notes ned in gold for the payment of the ordi- Â¬ nary expense of the government ia one case i pyin- - out the notes themselves and in the leer from a reserve fund on accuunt of their cancellation and then paying standard silver dollars are substitute for out the silver -- of the i not result in the end in view The of princi tied nation- i difficult of MtattOtt cussing the prospect of revenue and ex Â¬ penditures coining together in the future the 1st day of lhe cash b llance ootiaatda j ininition reijiurc that at the ti arrived at should be down a a canon of in- im la ihen- I by any of the eriowj and its own Integritr tran- sty of the will not be though he often EaUoa - IZflM oi its jrfipulation Ilritish iuiana is east of Venezuel It claims 7i 000 sijuare miles ol territory but aecordmg to Venezuelan and lirazil jan claims has only lLooo sijuare mile lis pi il people are pneticall me aa those of Venezuela Deme rara is an important nver ami its vulle i es a notel sugar Esseijuib Uiveriathe line lor aasae distance up w hen Guiana territory crosses over to tin enerui ian side according to Venezuelai claims But iuiana or its owner Eng laud claims a large territory west oi tin mouth ol the EaBeijuibo extending to tin j ii lea - iu ictriBe and apoei- no part open coded with a f in Europe m arieaa ce jsarily in u non- - the af mouth of the Orinoco and up that rive to its tributarv the Amacura liiver Ii this disputed territory K tween the Kse uibo and the Amacura aong a litth lixei called the ISanma 4imhii is m i in mines and tlie Pritisli Govern mint is exacting i per cent tax on tin produce oi the mines It is said that tin honudary line according to English cus torn wriggles like a snake when gob Resides gold mines are in question of the mines is a prairie cattle coun try aud the Rntisli want that Venezuela and Guiana have tlieii mountains as weil as valleys and prairies A small river leaps 800 feet dow u a preci jiiiv into theEssequiho Malaria abounds in the iow lands and a foreign army won disrorard which by nayE ned an act of American On this It lectorate btut from lernational rectly ma r - t the Amer t ltritaina r ustify American and exact tandinr ai It v in state their question It is th k Venezuelans were greatly rejoiced at the position taken by the Inited states end adorned Washingtons statue in aracas with flowers o war evea involved so wide a range as the possible one l t ween tlie Tinted States and England would do over Vene uala aa almost even power in the civil- Â¬ ized world would lie included PAKKi BKEIIS ea arj Li dg- - OWU pO- - re- in excess of and 77405 Z necessary to ssSS for say SWS0 it would be that uud in case the secretary should at any time by able to exchange cur- Â¬ rency for gol There is therefore no rea on n doubt tne ability of the government to dis Â¬ charge all its current ob Lgatieaa during the r an 1 have a large cash bal i ye it its close witaout imp iug addi- Â¬ tional taation in any form upon the people 1 adhere to the opinion heretofore expi that the secretary of the treasury ought al- Â¬ ways to have authority to issue and sell or sea hi the pvwnent of expenses short time bonds bearing a low rate of interest to sup la the revenue piy ct- secretary sdrisss the strictest economy in appropriat ons and public expenditures The revenue laws now in force wul he be eves yeld ample means for the support of the public service upon the basis now estab- and an estiui ited surplus of nearly 7 0 luring the fiscal year Daring the fiscal years laYI and 1895 the or Â¬ dinary expenditures of the government have jo as compared with the laoal yea 1993 and it Is believed that with operation of congress further reduc sa be made in the future without im- Â¬ pairing the efficiency of the public service In regard to the bond issues Secretary Oar- that there were three issues of 1891 and March 15 between February m ts into the treasury on ac Â¬ count of the second bond sale were not en eossnswted until after the 1st day of De cessber lyi and it sooa became evident that the transaction had not been effectual to atop the drain of gold The large withdrawals in December 1894 and in Jam try sad toe early part of February be says were due almost entirely to a of apprehension in the puolic mind iaseeaasd in intensity from day to day until it nearly reached the proportions of a p n ic and it was evident that unless steps were promptly taken to check the growing dis Â¬ trust the government would be compelled to suspend gold payments and drop to a depreci--ilv- er and paper standard Congress hav Â¬ ing failed to make any other provision for iz the emergency a contract was entered into on the 8th day of February 189 for the purchase of 350 00 ounces of standard gold coin at the price of 17801U per ounce to ba IK ws rT7 esftjaj 740 inexeessof theactuil gold - in the treasury on the he-- tit manent This policy the secretary thinks should be continued lie goes on to say If our legal teuder notes were retired there Is abundant reason to believe that a very large amount of gjld which has been excluded from the country by the excessive use of silver and paper in our circulation would promptly return to take its place in our currency and constitute a permanent part of our medium of exchange The retirement and cancel ation of the legal tender notes would not necessarily produce any contraction of the circulation and if such a result shou d follow and continue for any considerable period it wouid be a dem Â¬ onstration of the fact that the volume of cur- rency previously existing was not needed in view of the legal questions presented the business of the people After discussing at considerable length the The whole controversy so far as tne disturbance to tha currency caused by the sil British side of it is concerned is stated ver purchasing act Secretory Carlisle contin- Â¬ to assume an exceedingly technical ues as follows The great loss of revenue Instead of being legal shape and the belief is that tho the cause of our financial difficulties is one of president will send the matter to con- Â¬ the effects produced by a defective currency gress for it action without any defi- Â¬ system and a failure to recognize this import- Â¬ except such as ant fact will leal us far astray in our search nite recommendation for an adequate remedy It is true that th may be derived from the corrspjnd tariff act of 18jC which remained in force until ence after the close of the fiscal year 1894 Tailor Strike In New York had great ly reduced t he revenue de- Â¬ rived from customs and that the ex New York Dec 17 The working penditures of the government were in Â¬ tailors of the city are engaged in an- Â¬ creased from 1318040710 66 during the Saaal other big struggle The brotherhood year 1Wj to 383 477 tf t49 during the fiscal year Â¬ Hal still it is not probable that there would of tailors calls it a lockout the emhave teen any considerable excess of expendi ployers call it a strike In all of the tures over receipts if the business of the peo- Â¬ 500 shops owned by the members of the ple had cot been interrupted by the disturb the association ance growing out of the unsatisfactory condi- Â¬ National Protective employers organization a notice repu- Â¬ tion of our currency No surplus revenue however large he diating their former agreement with couid extricate us from our present the union was posted Monday morn- Â¬ aaj s difficulties or give assurance of safety in the ing and as a result more than IOOU future unless it should be required to be paid in goid under a system which would exempt tailors it was estimated refused to jo the government from the obligation to furnish to work the gold when demanded to be used In making the payments and it is scarcely necessary to thief Justice David Sniwlrrass Shoots CoL Heaaley suggest that sucha syetem is impossible as long as the United States notes and treasury hattanooa Tenn Dec 17 Chief notes are kept in circulation and are redeem- Â¬ Justice David Snodgrass of the suable in gold by the government itself on pre preme court of Tennessee at noon sentation Owing to this pecaliar character of Monday shot Col John B Beasley our currency tae ability of the treasury to while in the lav office of Brown fc hoard United States and treasury no to a certain amount Two shots were ti ed ly limited which Spurlock can not be definitely determined in ad the chief justice one taking elfeet in vance and if it should after that amount has been received refuse to pay out Beasleys left arm and procucing a The shooting was the these Botes on making di burseui ius at tne flesh wound places where our customs are collected the outcome of an article written by Bias immediate result would be that nearly all pay Â¬ ley reflecting on the judge ments to the government woutd be made la silver certificates which it is bound to take Fired the House llefnre ulridln but can compel no one else to take Loxo Island City N Y IK c 17 This result has been avoided heretofore only John Rudes 4 years old a florist by paying out these Notwithstandm- - all the efforts of the de- Â¬ commiatd suicide Monday morning partment to protect the treasury again d exBefore completing the arrangements h cessive receipts of these eertiawaas for taking his own life Rude prehat th v consti Â¬ it has frequently happine tuted more than 86 per cent of all the pay pared to destroy his entire household ments of customs dues at New York where consisting of his wife and stepson and more than two thirds of the total collect ons a hired man by firing the dwelling are made but if the U S legal tender paper They awoke in tine however and should be retired and a prosper currency system adopted gold and gold certificates and bank made their escape notes redeemable in geld will take their place To Settle Trades Dispute in the circulation and the government will TiKRMN Dec 17 Dr Von Boettieh have no further trouble in regard to the kind of money used in either its receipts or payer minister of the interior for the ments whole empire introduced in the reioii But even if this difficulty should be ob- Â¬ or the viated an attempt to impose taxation upon stag Monday a bill providing our people sufficient in amount to enable the creation of a chamber composed oj treasury to tatte up and permanently board all artisans and employes whose duty the legal tender paper uow amounting to shall be to decide trades disputes about UHVO00000 would be the most remark able financial experiment of modern times None of the other ministers were present when the bill was introduced Diwhile an attempt to secure by taxation within any reasonable period a sum sufficient for sapproval of the measure was expressed their redemption and cancellation as they on all sides may be received into the treasury al- Â¬ Wealthy Tennessee Farmer Murdered though not quite so impracticable as the other would just as certainly fail to accom Nashviiik Tcnn Dec 17 Miles plish the object intended Mitchell a rich farmer whose home it The remedy which Secretarv Carlisle proposes for the financial ills of which he speaks in Hardeman county was found murhere early Monday morndered is thus set forth There is but one safe and effectual way to ing He had 8100 on his person protect our treasury against these demands which was taken Bloodhounds have and that is to retire and cancel the notes which constitute the only means through been put upon the trail of the murderers and a lynching may follow which i lit withdrawals can be made This he says can be most successfully and economically accomplished by authorizing the Farmer Fonnd With His Throat Cut secretary of the treasury to issue from time to Birlington Ia Dec 17 Louis time bonds payable in gold bearing interest Krekel an old farmer who left home at a rate not exceeding 3 per cent per annum and having a long time to run and to exchange about a month ago and has nerer been the bonds for United states notes and treasury seen since has just been found in a notes upon such terms a may be most advanta- deep well with his throat cut There geous to the government or to sell them abroad is no clue to the perpetrator of the for gold whauever iu his judgment It is ad Â¬ visable to do so and use the gold thus ob Â¬ deed tained in redeeming outstanding notes In or Â¬ Gold Withdrawn for Kxport der to further facilitate tne substitution of oth Washington Dec 17 Tne treasury ercurrency for the retirement of legal tender notes the national banks should be authorized department was informed Monday aft- Â¬ to issue notes equal In amount to the face ernoon that 53200 000 in gold had been value of bonds deposited to secure them and withdrawn at the New York the tax on their circulation should be reduced for export Tuesday Most of tha to one fourth of one percentum per annum When the national banking system was estab Â¬ gold goes to Germany lished the bonds of the United States were Japs Evacuating Manchuri i selling below par in the market and there was Yokohama Dec 17 The Japanese consequently a sufficient reason for limiting of the circulating notes author the amount troops are rapidly evacuating Mane iu ited to be issued to 90 percentum of the face ria They now only remain on the value in the securities deposited out reason has long since ceased to exist and the limita- Kin Show peninsula whence they will depart In a few weeks They are also tion should be removed As a part of the plan for the retirement and leaving Corea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sub-treasuÂ¬ lows The issue of bonds to procure coin for the reserve which is the only effectual method now available under the law will unless the conditions which bare already been developed by the present policy are radically changed ultimately result in the creation of a public debt much larger than would be required to retire and cancel all the notes and the annual interest charged will be much greater than it would be necess try to incur on a new class of bonds adapted to the present circumstances of the government and the well Unown preference of investors If how- Â¬ ever an attempt Is to be m ide to keep the United State notes and the treasury notes as permanently in circulation by re issues after redemption and the government Is to be per- manent y charged with the duty of sust lining the value of our currency paperand coin alike the conclusion can not be avoidei that the policy of issuing bonds for the accomplish- Â¬ ment of the purposes must also become per- - lancellatlon of the legal tender notes the reasury should be relieved from responsibil ty for the redemption of national bank notes except worn mutilated and defaced notes and Jae notes of failed banks and each association mould be required to redeem its circulation t its own office and at agencies to be desig isted by the controller of the currency ss was the case prior to the passage ot the act of June 1874 or if this is not considered expedient and the present system of current redemption by the treasury is continued the secretary should have the power after a future late to be fixed in the law to re- Â¬ quire the banks to keep their five per cent redemption fund in gold and to iepoftit gold coin for the withdrawn of bonds whenever circulation is to be permanently sur Â¬ rendered or reduced Whatever objections to a national banking system may have heretofore existed or may stil exist among our people upon economic or Dther grounds the fact must be recognised that it has been so long established and not Â¬ withstanding its admitted defects has served uch a useful purpose of furnishing a conven- Â¬ ient form ot currency of uniform value throughout the country that an attempt at this Lime to abolish it or materially abridge the franchise of the institutions organized under it would not only be unstable but would pro Â¬ voke injurious agitation when the precarious condition of our fiscal affairs demand repose After recommending the establishment of branch national banks as suggested in the presidents message Secretary Carlisle closed bis report as follows It is not probable that any plan for the per Â¬ manent retirement of the United States notes and treasury notes will be adopted that will not require considerable time for its complete execution and I therefore respectfully urge upon congress the propriety of prohibiting any future issues of sucn notes or of national bank notes of less denomination than ten dol- Â¬ lars The reasons for this recommendation have been fully stated Informer reports and need not be repeated here Such policy would make room in the circulation for silver coin and silver certificates of small denominations thus increasing their use among the people in the transactions of their daily business and preventing their frequent return to and ac Â¬ cumulation m the treasury The large silver certificates now outstanding could be retired and cancelled when received aud smaller ones substituted for them be that there would be no diminution of the amount of smail currren cy in circulation and the ultimate result would be an increased use of our present stock of silver in the form of subsidiary com or standard dollar and certificates WANTSRELIEF A P ARMER THE MAIN STREET a a Special Message to Congress On the Financial Situation Cals Attention to Our Depleted Treasury Mr Cleveland Agsin He Expresses the Hope That the Cons res Will Take Some Action to Relieve the Dancers of the Present Emereeney Before Takina- - Their RecessV JEWELER i tO sssssBswaV The fsenate at 430 p m reopened its doors andÂ¬ the following special message was re- Â¬ ceived from the president on the subject of bonds Washington Dec tl I in tlie ii In my last annual mes To trie congress spge the evils of ur present Bnanclal system were plainly pointed out and the cause anil of the depletes of goiernment goelÂ¬ mean were explained It was tbereln stated that af ter all the efforts that hjd ceea made oy the executive branch of the government t protect our gold reserve by the issuance of bonds amounting to moro than HIiOOOO such reserve then amounted to bat little more been than J790J0 0 3 that about the withdrawn frora such reserve durin- mes- Â¬ month next previous to the d te of that larpe withdrawal sage and that quite shipment in the immediate future were rr -- til IF Jk V Ion i sT X ssstt ilil ii i II aaaV a full line av 600 3a A W4V e The contingency then feared has reached us and the withdrawal of gold since the commu- Â¬ nication referred to and others that appear inevitable threaten such a riepe lon la our government gold reserve as brings us face to face with the necessity of furtaer action for its protection This condition is inte by the prevelence la cc tain juarters o den and unusual apprehension and timidity in business cir W are in tle midst of another season of perplexity caused by our dangerous and fatu- Â¬ ous financial operations Tnese miy be ex- Â¬ pected to recur with cenaintv as long as there is no amendmrnt in our financial system If in this particular iatane our predcaaient U at all influencei by a rtcent insistence upon la our relations the position ne should to certain questions conerning our foreign n and impressive policy this furnishes a A CONSULTATION warning that even the patriotic sentiment of an adequate substitute for a Trpaldant and Secretary Olnej Hold Lonj our people is notpolicy financial Presumably in onid ration soundcourse there can be no doubt in any Conference Of of aaltaburj Keply thoughtful mind as to the complete solvency of Washington Dec 17 Secretary Ol our nation nor an there be any jut appre Â¬ ney was closeted with the president hension that the American people will be sat nearly all the morning this confer- Â¬ lshed with less than an honest payment of our ooligations In the rgcog llaei money of ence following one of equal duration public the word We should not overlook the fact Sunday night The Venezuelan mat- Â¬ however that aroused fe r b unreasoning and to ter it is understood was under discus- - must be tken into accou it in all effort- our rce of sion and it is said that the conclusion avert public loss ana real tnd sensible asxn peoples Interests The reached was to send into the senate for our recurrinir troubles lu only be effected probably Tuesday the text of Secreta- by a competo change ia our ilnancial scheme ry Olneys note to the British govern- Pending that the executive brinca of the gov Â¬ nor abandon t ment defending the Monroe doctrine ernment Mil nut relax use erf ts means within twery determination to and also the text of Earl Salisburys Its reach to maintain bufore th wond Ameri- Â¬ its reply in which after consulting as he can credit nor will there be an hesitation in says the most eminent authorities on exhibiting its roatidencs In tlie r international law he states the British our country and the constant patrioti m of our 1 -- dieted Hun nnl nt prircBtbat jo caat refi Maad rorto in plain and tan Vale ii Lsnvpsol thf 1st tMr lost the thing lot p v he taoflerinaal reduced nraaaseal I lock that will l il mt w n Aaythiag v low in price Noveltier al liie in UtnVel er Hnantnl V ng I g Sticks Tbebttest 1 Iv I1 rse in ornamenla- Dreaaesv afiatoo Hiawatha Royal As ter Teplil daa eadkaa variety I jl arteries thai yea to b Iras- HsHfaeW aassssT yTW1 people In view however of the peciliar situation now confronting us I have ventured to herein express theearnest hop tnat tae congress in default of the inauguration of a better -- ystem from of finance will not take a reces bors before it has by Ugislative enactment or declaration done somethiti not only Dont mis tin in r every ilollr ought ehres jrtm a to the aaaiherel n a Iil pumpkin first ae gu Ct iiiiinlxT or poin irest to it will he el with a Hsnd- ati h either Li lies its worth litte ri asseaaaass9xasVaasasffasasshj The seeda ill hv a r mini If yoa doal want a ad iar the pstrpose re anything else to that amount DONT FAIL TO CALL apprehensive among remind those to people our that the resources of thi3 goveriment and a s ripulous rogard forhonest deaiinz afford a snr u irautee of unquestionei afet an t soun buttore the world that with tnese factors and of oar citizens thj I liatriotism and determination of our natici to meet every oollat on it in any circumstances question of uot do admit incurs I ask si the hands of congress such prompt aid as it alone his th j power to glvt to pre- Â¬ vent in a time of fear and appreh kuoi an sacrifice of the peop es interests and th pub- Â¬ lic funds or the lojp iiriieit of so pubu credit in an effort oy executive actiot to re- Â¬ lieve the dansers of the present emerg mcy HKliVEK l LKVKLiSD Execctivx Mansion Dee B llonse Holds a Twenty Minutes Session Washington Dec 2 The house IMsJlllJPsJI iij m Monumental Works m m e v n Tomhs Tabu Hi - was in session but SO minutes Friday and transacted little bus ness of imA resolution was offered by portance Mr Thomas of Mc nigan gran ing leave to J J McDaniel to prosecute a contest for the seat of W A Jones re- Â¬ turned as the representative from the First district of Yirginia which was referred to the committee on elections Speaker Reed announced the appoir t ments of Representatives Hitt 111 Ala Adams la and Wheeler regents of the Smithsonian institu- Â¬ tion Â¬ FINE WORK A SFE Your Tra Work deliver lo Stale Pries - ATea geoo i mer Fraaria aal Richmond Ky zih r Ii iiKAio Dec 21 The deluge in I iiirago and its suburbs abated Kriay afternoon after four days of almost in cess nt rain leaving a scene of watery waste varying in depth from a few inches to several feet Much property a damaged or washed away and the overflow of the Desplaines river and Illinois and Michigan canal resulted in the pollution of the citys lake water supply as well as the flooding of the canal towns with sewage water from Chicago Baseball Matters ST Lotis Dec 21 Henry Diddle bock manager of the Browns baseball club wired from lhiladelphia Friiav that he had made an offer of 30000 for the release by the Philadelphia club of Carsey Delehanty Thompson Taylor and Clements The offer is un- Â¬ The Philadelphia der consideration management made a counter proposition to sell Taylor Grady White MadSome compromise ison and Reilly deal will surely be made Kogiaud tool and Kealv London Dec 21 The Giobe says Signs of subsidence of the war fever in xmerica are neither numerous nor impressive If the United States have made up their minds to se s this wretched Veneza jlaa question asanex cuse for a cmirl c they must be made to understand that wa will not ttncii fiom the logical results of what we have undertaken England will keep cool and be ready Charged With Blackmail James T Tvtan HiCAio Dec 21 foi merly an employe of Logan Co was arrested Friday charged with attempted blackmail He is accused by by the firm of attempting to extort 2000 from them as his price for re-Â¬ maining silent in regard to alleged bucket shop connections No Troth In the Report Berlin Dec 21 The United Press is authorized to deny the truth of the report that the Herman emperor has ordered the construction of a new yacht for the purpose of competing for the Americas cup The story ia aa absolute invention Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Chicago and Vicinity Flooded LAUGHTER i m Will he I ything in our Store eoaaiatiag ot LOTHING RY GOODS OOTS and SHOES li strict at COST until January I to nafca ur spring Goods aad rive t remodel our tro ENRY KLEIN SON 210 Main Street Old Hronston Stand G MILLER MANGR WrfTpi gJsffMajssssTl a M a rnarrnie onipr in aJitiiitin to fhis There - au apprehension that in case of interference by onthide iKwere tiie Sultan will arouse a religious war among the millions of his fanatical subjects and order an immediate massacre in his kingdom the results of which are frighthi to contemplate Mr Lynch concluded his talk with a stirring apjeal to his bearers unhampered by hindrance or persecution to stand up boldly for Christ Danville Â¬ scientific Anerican Agency fie HAIRIE A Sad Heart But a Merrv entitled Even more valuable to the Art Tune Student is the striking studyof Fieur-de-Li- s iu water colors by Frieda V Redmond shown in progress stage of tainting like the companion panel of issued with American Beauty Boaae the October number Examples of dec- Â¬ oration in the supplements are numerous i and seasonable chtia painters and wood carvers especially are given a rare treat In the letter press among eoaatfoe1 good things the story of Lady Lmina Hamil- Â¬ ton with the portrait by Komny is Sympathetically and briefly told The Study deals with a subof Human 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without petmits Austrian ships five French one German ten Italian three American nineteen British and six Russian or about fifty war vessels iu or on their way to Ievantine waters to keep the peace of European Â¬ Railwavsand Canal ChicUeTiug New York Pacific Railroads Powers Vermont Naval Acairs4Boutelle Maine Military Affairs Hult Iwa Inter Mate and Foreign Cvmi Heplmrn Iowa turkey llien ai xne each home of Mr and Mrs I V Davis Satur Illinois was buried at the expense ot his day night and dancing was indulged in estate but the example did not ssiunal fu hinge the custom until a late hour ntrals f t T Senator lkerf of Oregon killed at Valley View Balls Bluttin isiil waabaried for vas over Senatoi Solo When tne Bee Owen Young preaches at Anti och Christian Church ou Tates Creek inon Foot of Vermont had a funeral which cost 9430657 and 1874 the funerthe last Sunday in this motnli Harry Rice came down from Ford al expenses of Senator Summer ofMie Thursday aud isisititing the family of saihusetts were carefully and scrupu lously figured down to 468799 In I M Asher on Maple Arcade W7 Senator Mortin ol Indiana died C F Bnant returned from a trip and the bill paid by Senate Mas only in Tennessee Virginia and Eastern Ken 7 0 For Senalor Cliundlier of Michtacky He left Saturday for his home In recent years the igan the bill S8LM in Michigan figures have been mote disproportionate last Thursday uight the younj people The funeral of Senator Matt Carpenter of thic neighborhood paticipated in a of Wisconsin in WM grand hop at the home of William Witt Senator Ben Ilili oi Georgia died the Sow ers brothers gave one of their musifollowing year and the charges were but liere last Saturday rvi4 The iuneral of Senator Logan in cal entertainments night Benefit N K U that of Senator George issc r H M Morgan isthe boss dog killer Hearst o California ia 1801 cost while that of his colleague Sea- iu this neighborhood he killed tUres ii n iu siven Stepln i nam ui 6 50 Medium to good colory trash 2 50 to Common Lagi not coiory 4 00 Common co ry ugs 4 50 to 700 Mcilm to Good Col luys 7 uo to lo 00 Common to Medio N Leal 00 to S o 8 00 to 5 00 Medium lo Cood leat Goad to hine I eaf tj 00 to IS 00 18 0010 22 o Select Wrappen Leaf 1 - Jin 401I0 Assets Surplus -- V - 162000000 20000000 oi rnoa CO t Uie public-- b a aattss taken DE8ICN PAT t UTS ana tsaa Maadaaak Sfi BaoaawiT Saw via r a mrta paints nine ClUClpa ZZm COAL 1 1 bu I C VriCHTS Dealers In BEATTYVILLE AND SOUTHERN - uc hjTwirErniM aaaa freo uf chai be to ihS Office on Irvine street OPPOSITE THE ill Forms Policiss Written iTzr-- aaaas 3l Bruadwaj New York uta CMT Vow Opera House i Â¬ Several trust worthy gen or ladies to travel in Kentucky for eatahlihaed reliable house Steady posi- Â¬ Salary 780 and excises tion Enclose reference and stamped envelope The Dominion Company Hunt Floor Omaha Bldg Chicago tS WANTED Lowest prices guaranteed on a and will compete with any ci market ii Â¬ lOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALIT 1c Sale WORMS WHITES CBEtM I m Lot ir Sect c ltSarSasii JriTitaly COW LOST On Thursday Dec 17th disappeared from my place on Second street led de liorited mv 3 vewrs old I nntr tltfuya ml information to marble works and O receive reward DUZ1LR It Â¬ VERMIFUGE FOR YEARS EVERY BOTTLE 6UARAMTEED SOLO BVAIL DUCOUISTs aicmansoj juu ins ST torn j w ish rn roif nr bmII irenicn euii iiroauiiflv Lnnaaa T TBLEB5 Rinif cue OINTMENT riii - mmtm work klnri mmmj ovuev an Has led all WORM Remedies men Ii in S llll all filar wolern hii i CURES NOTHING BUT PIUS A Mb ai ut Dr WorWa Fair rUgbest Award Prices Cream Baking Powder 1 BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLS BY Ai1 BBrCKT9 z mt SURE and CERTAIN CUB kiown for 19 years as the Par far the School llsase The convention also adopted a resoluDrain Kg Cannot be Cared Awarded At the December term of the Madison tion to petition Congress to protect the by cal applications as they cacnot Highest Honors Worlds Fair Circuit Court Judge T 8eoft rendered women of this republic equally with its reach the diseased portion of the ea- DEC - 1895 WEDNESDAY d niai of the There is only one way to cure deaf a decision in the ease of Win A lang black men against State A meeting of the stockholders in the ford vs John A MeCord Z i Cobb and right to vote for members of Congress in and that is by constitutional remedies Richmond National Bank will lie held dzie r Samuel Phelps Jr trustees of white the several States of this Union bv a law- Deafness is caused by an inflamed conat its office between the hours of 10 M it libson lias a bow with sixteen Kneel distict No 5 Madison countv made in pursuance of the 1st section of dition of the mucous lining of the Ku oclock a SB and 4 oclock p in on Janwhich is of great importance to the tax the 14th Amendment of the Constitution staehian Tube When this tube gets in--uary 14th 1800 to elect directors to payerin many districts of thiscountv and of the United states in accordance with flamed you have a rumbling sound of serve the ensuing year me office otfi Bsnka p throughout the entireState John A Me- the Yarbergh decision of the Judge of the imperfect hearing and when J K Gkeexikak Cashier is entirebry ami next YYeliislay Supreme Court of the United States Cord Z J Cobband Samuel Phelps Jr Dec 20 aja ly closed deafness is the result and unM BBBBr cleared more For the Judges of the Supreme Court less the inflamation can be taken out and in accordance with section 1440 Kentucky statutes created an indebtedness protected black men in exercising the this tube restored to normal condition than hnnlred iol for the purpose of building a school right to vote for memliors of Congress in hearing will be destroyed torever nine - in Lancaster Monlay to LOAN house in district No 45 and levied a tax the States under sections 550 and 508 of nit often are caused bv catarrh monument and sold an it her one pat nia iion the district to pay the indebtedness the revised statutes of the United States which is nothing but an inflamed coudi8 On improved fain in Madisoa county Ir 111 The levy - limited by the school law to by holding in their Yarbergh decision of tion of the mucous aaifai f TBI Ky at 0 er cent semi annual int twenty liv cents per school year ad 18M that the right to vote for these FedWe will give one hundred dollars for 10 commission charged Address Geo MOST PERFECT MADE valorem and a poll tax of one dollar The eral officers in the States was conferred any ease of deafness caused bv catarrh W Daw room 17 Kenyon Building A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder by the Constitution of the United States levy for one year not raising a sufficient audi- Free i ouisville Ky For blank applies that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh from Ammonia Alum or any other aduKtianC id other information inquire of and guaranteed Cure Send for circulars free sum to liquidate the indebtedness the upon the citizen tnre at the Court THE STANDARD J TEVIS COBB Attorney 40 YEARS aforesaid trustees made another levy for against tiie statutes of the State by the F J Cbbxbt Toledo O ire kaj BJaJat- -- 0 Richmonl Kv tion of the 14th Amendmentof the SaTSold by druggists 75c the present school year The school law Is al K H P Palmer provides that this can lie done but the Constitution of the United States and Make Yourself strong nine aiiii tax payers of this district through the not by its 15th amendment Cut glass a splendid line If you would resist pneumonia bronch Church advice of P H Sullivan their attorney Bric a brae frjm the best foreign tis typhoid fever and persistent coughs markets For The Climax resisted the payment of said lev and enThe Appeal and colds These ills attack the weak joined the district treasurer from collectsilver novelties of all kinds and run down system They can rind no ing same The point raised by Mr SulTo the people of Kentucky French clocks in onyx or china tt Main A thorouirhoresl Duns- Jersey red pic foothold where the blood is kept pure livan was that sjction 4440 Kentucky The Kentucky Equal Rights AssociaSilverware in greater qaaatjty than e Between Sand 4 months old lone the statutes which gives th - school trustees tion makes an earnest appeal to all good rich and full of vitality the appetite goo ever before at 1 beauty and cheap Apply at Cuaaa ran Bad other New jewelrv in profusion and aewes the light to levy an ad valorem tax of men and women in the State to and digestion vigorous with Hoods Sir i dice reek twenty live cents per school year and a aid in securing from the legislature the aaparilla the one true blood purifier designs i poll tax ol one dollar per school year for enactment of a law raising what is F H P PAIMKKS Hoods Piils cure liver ills constipaAb rurk- Age of Consent four yeais to liquidate any indebtedness known as the 27-Next door to Post Office B DEATHFRAGE S CO created for the pun ham of school lot the the law now stands a little girl one da tion biliousness jaundice sic headache Jit SkltPd Or Prices Cream Baking Powder of school house or the furnishing over twelve years a held to he as morally erection Women are not the only ones who are Mr Frank Miller recent I a rrocei ot Wnt idt FHighert Medal and Diploma sibie for her judgment on the sensitive a1 out their Bnea A mac same is contrary to section lo7 of the Lamp the e ut now a traveling salesman and present most sariocii question of human life and doesnt like to lie told that he is gettinu No constitution which reads China ware Ayets Pills being composed of the Miss ty Friila iunell of Fifth Street eloped us county citv town taxing district or for her every act as a man of sixlv old Health keeps a man young li e senlial virtues of the best regetahli tenia rooming 1 et joy attend them Jlassware other niunicii ality shall be authorized while in regard to her property and ass doesnt make any difference if he as perientfl without any oftoewoolv 0 terial interest her youth and immaturi Â¬ lived eighty ye us If they have bee or permitted to become indebted in an t a SeWspascr Ihiul e rash of Boys wagon- fibrous material whatever is the rea o Her Whity Witldiop lata of Bliotl manner or for any purpose to an amount ty of judgement make her the infiiii healthy years he will be hale and heaiti vhv they are so much moreeMective ami Bulk oysters Una Bertie Institute has bought the Corinth Inde exceeding in any year the income and ward of tie State until she is twenty one and wont look within twenty years it valuable than any other cathartics revenue provided for such year without years of age r lery old as he is Goo digestion and rich pendent and will BOOB move thither The liest family phvsir We believe that the legal guardianship red blood make people look vontl fill May be grow tall and wealthy and his the asM ut of two thirds of the voters Florida ora - ntiitnan thereof voting at an election to Ik- - held of her moral rights should more nearly Ir Pienes Golden Medical Discover If yon want a reliable dye that will not suffer Fancy can for that purpose and any indebtedness approximate that of her property rights makes rich red blood It makes health coor an even brown or black and wil k that we Mimev on Maud contiacted in violation of this section We therefore ask that the age of consent in the right way It works according n and satisfy you every time u Pick re we Judge Scott held that he mi ed from twelve to eighteen years the right theory and in bject to check shall be void Individual d years of prac- Buckinghams Dve for the Whiskers heese the position taken by the tax pnyera was This precedent has been established hi tice it has pr ived that the theory is ab in the lour National hank- - of Richmond The body must be well nourished now Black cake ingr clients olutely correct It heuins at the begin- Â¬ kiln ami This - fully up to the proper that the school law section mn main of the States to prevent SirkneaB If your apnetite i painted work ami usual IWeinlier amount if not ahove it in in conflict with the constitution and The appalling and increasing frequency ning begins by patting the stomacl Stape and fancy grocer that school trustees cannot create an in as well as peculiar atrocitv of sexual liver and bowels into perfect order out ooor take Hoods Sarsaparilla ating Ialk MttCaauag Attention of fanners ca debtedness which cannot he met out of runes against our girl children with and it at begins its good work on the blood he Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Jaanarx 8th Iolk Miller lecturer is the revenue of one rear without a vote without consent u e us to this appeal fore it finishes with the digestive system w prices for high quality varied Gold Medal Midwinter Pair c n FnncisrA dry by of the people Another difficulty i that billed for RJchosoad under the aw It searches out disease serins wherever We ask in the name of justice of hufnTelephoiie 35 Selling irales there - no provision at ptesent for the manity and decency and morality and they may be ami forces them out of the of the Richmond Let tare Association letho- inHe will present Old Plantation Songs holding of an election to create an Urates set on short notice Be t work DiscovAll druggists keep the American citizenship and civilization body it in How Banjo accompaniment and debtedness for school purposes and stories manship Satisfaction guaranteed that all brave and true Christian hien ery ever this can lie remedied hy tlie incom- and women will aid in freeing the inno Joa Boa is We all know that any tired muscle ing legislature It is remarkable that a cent and defenceless daughter- - of the 38 30 At A F Carses Lumber Yard anil Two Two Your Stomach body of men selected to represent the State from the horrible bondage of this cm he restored by rest is a muscle Drapepaia is its manner of As the name indicates Halls Vegetable wedding took place Monday peoples interests should allow a law to infamous age ot conseat law which now To Sicilian Hair Renewer is arenewer of the ami at Mr Sidney M Swains Squire Armor be enacted which upon its face is contra- disgraces our statute book a law made Raving I am tired Give me rest THEST0RE H01TE ry to the constitution letting drop ed the selling of Christmas pn In this countv entirely in the interest of vice and pro- rest the stomach you must do its work hair including its growth health youth outside of the body ful color and beauty It will please you united in marriage alone this decision bv Judge SOtt will Now occupied bv oll tection of libertines This is the Shakers method of curing Mr W D Keller an Miss Mnllie Uam the txt create much litigation The Prookstown I P Armer lias an immense stock in All persons who are willing to aid us indigestion and its success is best attestMr II G Armeri Hull and Miss Sarah district the fJalOB district the Black line goods lor Christmas and also a 2Sr will please sign the following petition to Jrweb Store w v ar district and several other districts will re- the Legislature which will lie circulated ed hy the fact that the ie people are counter of useful articles s I en i Per lifacwV practically free from what is without sist the collection of taxes for the pay Jaotu Two llealtln through the State by the special commit doubt the most prevalent of all dhl constlpaC 11 R lea v ill he raadi liy Tea cures druggists ment forschool houseswhich were erected Ki- hmond baa two Board of Health one at J E GRFENLEAF The Shaker Digestive Cordial not only by the school trustees contrary to law We the undersigned citizens of the contains digested fo id which is promptly the old Hoard Rudy3 Pile Suppository and just Itefore their retirement The question now arises Judge Scott Commoa wealth of Kentucky do most absorbed without taxing the tired digesand another elected hy the new Board having decided the district will not have respectfully petition your honorable tive organs bat it is likewise an aid to - ynaranteed to cue Piles and Constipa ion or monev refunded eents pc s which declared the places vacant and to pay who will have to pay for the baay to enact a law for the protection of the digestion of other foods in the stomhog Send two ftamps for circular an Will the school trnstee e i lie Killed in officials of their own eaooaing school bouses girls bv raising the age of consent from ach put A ID cent trial Imttle w ill convince Free Sample to Martin Rudy Registered law he nun too much of who followed an unconstitutional 11 to IS years Richmond BldgA Loan J C Morgan was No Poatsl you ot its merit and these you can ob- Â¬ Hiarmacist Iarca ter Pa NOTICE Ol Corporation Kor Answered ile hy all thing but if there is any virtue in held responsible or will the mechanics Sauah Grasoa Hunr Basra SALE tain through all druggists who erected the houses lose their mateAgainat cvcr where and in Berea Kv I a numbers Uichmonda sanitary condition Versailles Ky IN liMTY C Maupin eic v s E Welch 6 Jr 7 lantagraph rial and lalior k Chairman of Special Committee The bodies have ought to he perfect Danville Adecate Laxo is the best medicine fur children By virtue of a Judgement and order of You can get a nice diamond ring at Madison lustitntr Kntcrtainnirnl Iup lis Doctors recommend it ia place of Castor a Sule of the Madison Circuit Court ren Will lean m-- la elianonArmersfor 200 dered at April Term Concert Btfga Thursday December Oil and Decem IMadMeat January loth Mr C K Woods PERSONAL ber Term ISio in the ah V lilth 1S9V country is will ivjr When most needed it is not unusual for with the Keg the undersigned sill on Behr Piano Duet Gipsy Dance your family physician to he away from Ihe Blue Grass tiff hit YVrlac- cc ill go to hia old home Lebanon Ivice Saturd y January 4 1396 ia-14- now i and Miss isuuiot n Miss Prof Baden is in Baltimore home Such was the experience of Mr and become local editor of the Enter Armers 2ic counter is the place to net It about II oclock a m on the preni-i-e- hi C lnre1 White Iiish iper he started there nine or Recitation The Little Woman Miss Mahle Terrill is home for the J Y Schenck editor of the Caddo Indiin Richmond Kpnceed i Raines an Territory Banner when his little girl a cheap Christmas present Mr Wood- - has hundreds Holidays the highest and nest bidder the follow-in- wo years of age was threatened w ith a mi s soraur here who will regret hia described property viz C F Buruain Jr at John Hopkins is Mv TV IS severe attack of croup He says We hope be may spread his Piano Solo Yetietian Morning Serenade partnre A certain lot of laud w ith ail the build home for the Holiday- inu and improvements there wife insisted that I go for the doctor but all over Marion county bulge the Hot L ISolim Mrs AT Million attended the Bible as on East seh- - of Estill Avenue in our family physician was out of tow n Tunny r4scounty oat over the adjoining counties Ml S WMSON i larrj bmti mood Ky beginning at a notch in a College dedication at Lexington I purchased a bottle of Chamberlains bis paper over all nib stone on Estill Avenue corner lo tit I Violin Solo At the Rrook Op hi No L Irrtire Mary Belle Miller is home from Cough Remedy which relieved her imMis T ft ells lot thence with told nvryvvhcrj Eve Holtaenaer at 11 A Case of Infer l feet K Winchester for the Holidays treet N mediately I will not be without it in to a notcii in Ui--MISS IIENDUHKthe v he street curbing tftence Dr J M KaMi of this pace on Wed Pi of John Bnrnain of the University the future1 -- 5 and 30 Cent bottles for Mr- - W S passing 57J inches Meikel of Missouri is here for the Holidays morning took from the side of Piano Solo Sc hmetterling sde by Hacans Pharmacy it hue to Itieh- - Mr- Miss PABKas Jake Chester three galloon of waMajor C T Picton is manager of the North corner ol tiraighl line Miss Sallie Fllis of D it D Institute ind only a ami Byltee line in ail ter He has been treating the raae since Recitation The Little Quaker Sinner on io state Hotel at Denison Tex which the Hanville is home for the Holidays ouple V 52 feet in i05 feet tin 4 Lucy L Montgomery and in that time has drawn traveling men sav is one of the best Rev W F Smith attended dedicatory to a no teb on side ot tlie 135 gallona of water lacking one quart mi ski Miss In sneaking of hotels in that section line at the junction h v services at Kentucky Bible College Lex ier has lieen afflicted with Piano Solo Alcaza I hence Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar a ith Oodard ingtou last week A noeetina of the stockholders of the 7 W loi feel lo fhi Thi- - - a vt rv ml years I Farmers National Bank will lie held at Will ru a harm rhoea Beanedy Major Picton aaya Miss sTUKNo Mr Joseph Jones of McLean 111 is ing shout one fourth of an acre we and we doubt if the remai e between the hours of 10 oclock Chaminade visiting his old home near Edentoa this have used it myself and it mv family for Piano Solo Autumn This property rill lie sol t years and take pleasure ia W Enified commonwealth contains another aach or a in and oclock p ni 01 Jannarv plaintiffs first lien rat noa k country ever did Hasri Green Herald I consider it an infallible cure 14th 1806 to elect directors to serve the ejal interest thereon from tpril ing that will Ravina Piano Sol- o- Bolero dl naid lir of SI Miss Mary Campbell has closed here for liarrhoea and dysentery I always ensuing year What Others I Ml S CUKNUIT ril lien si4 and to saii- school at Baldwin and is now at home in recommend it an have frequently ad- 2 8 8 Pi shier ill leht of W II Mi r for W Canertoa of Richmond an Piano Solo Yalse CaprieeOp ministered it to my gueate in the hotel hKar- - Richmond be ohl inter st from June ntieman and true Iiepuhlican aaaoff and ia every ease it has proven itself and 1ir S4iho Mr MJames Thalheimerand Mr Je not in l ielded of his lo the solicitation Tsaas Sale will e ma on en Miss IACKSoV F Streng of Loaierille ia vis ting Mr worthy of unqualified endorsement For li and twelve 12 si n Ontl friends and become a candidate foi sale by Hagans Pharmacy laml- Violin Solo sonata Schubert H J Streng The purchaser will he required t to the National convention from this The wife of Mr D Robinson a prom KB HKH1IT iiive bond with gnoil security for pav Mrs John S Park of Florida is visit district and if the artv is wise it will of Hartarick N Y ment of he purchase money to have A meeting of the stockholders in the Meyer- - tag her parents Hon and Mm W V ioenl lumberman a Friaaarr Piano Solo Vales Duscbka him He and Hon John W uassick with rheumatism for rive months Second Nati inal Bank will be hel at its be force and etli ct of a judgement Helniund smith rante in Wed Yerkes would make a splendid pair and In speaking of it Mr aVdaaoa aaya office between the hours of 10 oclock a less interest from dav of sile with Lien reserved on the prH Hon W J Webb of Clark county he hal Miss sl KCn to In- chosen better selections bamberlains Pain Balm is the only in and 4 oclock p m on January 14th W G White Uol Capertone not Ik- - made Boy Men former Representative in the Legislature tiling that gave her any rest from pain Rrier Boat Recitation IS Hi to elect directors to serve the en special I ommissioner ken from Estill county visited relatives here papera npeak in the highest praiae miss iikxdkkks For the reliet of pain it cannot be lieat suim year - the of him as do all wiioknow his sterling the last few days llol- Many bad cases ot rheumatism have been Violin Solo Romance Op 00 R F TrrtiFY Cashier 3931 This qualil ford Journal Mr and Mrs J W Webberand dargh cured by it For sale at 50 cents per laenler C L SEARCY ter of Lawrencehurgare visiting at Mr bottle by Hagans Pharmacy mi vi kkis Stackwaler tomtRg G B Hales on Seventh street Solo Polka Rrilliante Bendel Man ia lurers of Several Piano eioploy- A Wa hington teleirram aaya Mrs S II Stone enterloirc her lady Avers Pills being composed of the Miss GEVTBY urford days ago Mr McCreary received a tele friends from 4 to li Thursday eveningand e seiitial virtues of the best vegetable graaa faom the officera of the Kentucky the younger people danced the hours aperients without any of the woody or For The Climax A meeting of the stockholders in the River Navigation Company saying that Notes of Tlie kentarky Kq ial Kihls Con- Â¬ away from that till a much later time fibrous material whatever is the reason work at lock No 7 had been discontinued Madison National Rank will beheld at why they are so mivb more effect ire vention Mi s Amye M Adler of 11 Fast Max its office between the hours of 10 oclock beeaaae the costs in the uit in ronnec There were delegates from the aux well street Lexington a most beautiful and valuable than any other cathartics a mand 4 oclock p Tn 011 January 14th tion witn the conilemnation ol the lam OF EVERY DESCRIPTION iliary association of Kenton county society belle is now visitihg Miss Have The best family physic 1806 to sleet directors to serve the enlor the ink has not been paid He Campbell county Payette Co Owenshoro K Streng of Fourth avenue It is often a mystery how a cold has suing ear any kind of tin at the Hi partnient of Justice and FaiMry at aTAW KV Madison county and Wihnore ami re he fa t is however Jll ol Prof aria Mrs Hagertnan and daugh been caught C f Ciiiniit Cashier he property of Mr Attorney General Harmon about the Sliipiiin- - stiiiui I08RKLT KV from those of Ixuisvile Paducah ler will spend the Holidays with frien8 that when the blond is poor and the 11 to matter As a result of the Attorney lorls Rowling Green Covington and Olasgow here and Friday evening Mrs R F system depressed one becomes peculiarMi J price i ienerals examination a letter was sent showing good work done and pro Turley and Mrs S P Deatherage will ly liable to diseases When the appe- Â¬ of the at once to the 1nitel State Marshal at all DR H H ROBERTS grass made The principal business of entertain jointly at the formers home to tite or strength fails Avers Saiaanarilla I directing him to pay c Louisville the Convention was to decide what bills meet Mrs Hagerinun delay should betaken without i it and the woik on the lock will be If a t 4 inch to present to the General Assembly of Fay Miss inch Martha Kstill week ti Do not take any substitute when you e Jay resumed o inch It was resolved to ask forschool suf etje county who lies been tourc t I 00 o 7 with a trial of 2J1 to his ask fortheone true blood purifier Hoods 7 inch SBeb as has lieen lragc for all women 8 inch Madisoa in the Caatias irarral Assembly ing the Continent in company with Miss Sarsaparilla Insist upon Hoods and onlv Hk1 redil conferred upon the women of the second Fleanor Coleman and Prof Alex Milli Corner Duncan Avenue A discount ot io per c nt to al paitic realises no county in Kentucky will I the Hoods tfadi- At Newport and class cities Covington aud Pleasant Streets Paris Ky who receive gooJb at tlie Factory gan will not return for some time yet have so aaaay representatives in the iarlen New York Ci To retain an abundant bead of hair as they have decided to prolong their Senator Iexington General Assembly as Madison OFFICE HOURS To ask that the right of voting for of a natural color to a goo old age the visit until possibly earlier in the Spring Beaastt and Representative Burnam of I sire that has M WW Ha Presidential electors be extended to They were recently in Venice and will hygiene of the scalp must be observed B to 10 a m Madison Senator Ironston d Payette to 4 p m BRIDGEFORDS the 1MU 7 to 8 p m Apply Halls Hair Renewer Speed the Christmas hollidays in Rune and Representatives Walker of Garrard women he only sire having two to the ConstituThat an amendment specialties Stephenson of Mercer and King of LinMiss Stella Phillips of Row ling ireen Mv stock 01 carriage Vc tion be submitted to the voters impow EYF F R NOi TRHOATS STOM Â¬ Represencoln were born in Madison he hiiio omt t and most stylish n ill A hhii II GaaUr re- ering the Genital Assembly to extend now in Berlin writes to friends here ACH aad tatives G rider of Casey Riack of Knox leave ouotrv Gi e me a call under date of December 10th N SEE THEM full sum age to women at its discretion and Burnett of Okie countv have re to morrow for Christmas in Borne to in Bit HM0N0 CmRIGP VVsBKS To make it mandatory upon the Gov EXAMINE THEM Besides thicently lived in Madison A Silver Cradle Miifkiff Proprietor ernor to appoint a woman as one of the clude Dresden Prague Vienna Triest 9 PURCHASE THEM there is Auditor Stone from Madison Bologna Florence Naples Pom ys the Mrs Clifton R Breckini in physicians in each of the states Venice Carriages wagons anil bjggie- - over Gov Rra lley a grands in of Madison peii Pisa ienoa Milan Munich Nur Wv-rrtfl fast wife ot an sad Asylums for the InsaneIf any more talent is needed Madison has Could one think lauled and painfd at the very loans embnrg and Leiosic L ie birtl To make mothers co guardians with l work guaranteed lo lie a pices it and to spare of a liner trip untrv tow iiii h th fathers of minor children ooi as any in the Stale gind in the olood purifying building up A committee to go to Frankfort hiring hS in the s SarJaparilla just what n Ckri ir Work- qnaljt Ri iim trdihi last WfdBaday lira interest of these bilk was appointed con tbey need K L Vi iff OroprV q The free turnpike proposition which Miss lizzie n Mr David R Test Isa Grija of Zn sisting of Mrs Josephine K Henry Mi s carried in Fav te county has been anSmith were duly married at the Raptist Laura Clav Mrs K R Farmer Mis gives nis Te til it the monarch ami his Tlie Moib rn Mollnr nulled by Judge Parker of the Circuit church in Richmond last Wedi Lcr experience be- Â¬ IsaU lla II Shepard Miss Amanthis Court arho baa tendered a decision hold Has found that her litteones are improvand gnd- according to previous announce I suered low stupp Mrs s li sawyer and Mrs Mary ing that a majority of all vol r to the i ithul evening ed more by the ile isant las itiveSvrupof almost death with ment The mil R Clay lire w ill vhen in need of the laxative effect county were necessary lor the proposition Miss local trorbles and Uaaaley McKee A spe ial committee consi tingof Mrs r and Czarina only a majority of of a Beetle remedy than by any other which Uoveloped Mariaville Smith was maid of honor S A Charle- - was also oppomtfd to peti to carry and st by way of a voting at the recent election was in favor an that it is more acceptable lo them into a very seriooa Attendant Mr J S Owsley hest man era lie whii h lion that Houses of Reform for Juevniie of bee turnpike in Fayette county the Children enjoy it and it benefits them aEection and made Mr W S Hume Miss Cnrraeiu mith Offenders lo established one for loys The true reme lv Syrup nf Fiiis is manv preposition was therefore lost Di ifi Mr C K Shackelford Miss Margaret an one for girls and that women shall ind iv the imperial si r 1 i tioa necessary ufactured hy the California Fig Svrup Miss Mr J Speed Smith Jr WW lv lo Smith compose part of the managing hoard of Co only WM omplctely TillieTiihble Mr C W Trihble Mi s each institution Free Kree Free by the Ik tl H Tevis Miss broken down hsd rnmerous boils aud A new line so iivon away for a few data only com- aador at st snllie Shackelford Mr J The officers elected for the coming SOLO IN when I commenced taking Hoods Sarsa Lrtrher Miss Mary Pattie oi moncina Saturday Dec 2Sth and January ne- - oir niche- n injon- - hi t received rg s daughter of John Jay of ire pcriila I weighed only 112 pounds Kew ganis The church was hesetifully doc RICHMOND - vera ideut Miss Laura Clay Lexington 4th 10000 baxes each containing one The are d ndien Come and see them I weigh over 125 pounds and m in better New York orated No two costumes of the a Sice President Mrs M B Clay weeks treatment of Wrights Celery Made of th hest materia a d guaran- health than for the past fifteen years hirst bavin a distinctive Formerly I was covered with enrptlons lowed Empres ofTi- - ants were alike each Richmond Second Vine President Mrs Capsules at T S Hagans druu store teed Price lower than ever before HI and tie Mr Tevis is a sou of the late ladaa now my skin is clear I can truly say RlCaMMMtn ItRRitcit Works Islington Thinl Vice Any person afflicted with Liver Kiduey of ie Mary Cramer James Tevis and is manager of the Rich S L MidkifT Proprietor CO 9- K or Stomacii Complaints Rheumatism nt Miss llelle H Bennett Richhe affaprititrs Factory The bride is a daught mond Ice Secretary M Dyspepsia Constipation Sick Headaches mond Corresponding rJen J Speed Smith A reception has no equal for poor run down women Parties The B Farmer Covington Recording Sere can get one of the boxes free RepOrtS Every one remarks about how well I am followed at the brides home The U Tiic Sixty sixth Stove of the city can get them free living out Mrs J L McKee Richmond taiMBS ISA GKIOOS showed oo baking powder looking B W SMITH show Royal Staking Powder Mrs I H Shepard Coving by addressing The Wright Med Co Thermometer in the o06 and the Treasurer mo pure or so great In leav Hoods Pills hUSkvVuI a Columbus O 3 35 suverior to all others ton dusty reads ttbeRoyaL Â¬ THE CLIMAX i - - eral ilea Killed Last Niht Between flaml 10 oclock last night in Bern a street right occurred in which W I lierhaps a doaaa shuts were lireil Joaanjoa was killed and Lea Mitchell mortally wounded Onroner lirown and Sheritl Simmons were summoned bf telephone and went out on the midnight train No other particulars could booh tained is Joheean a son of William R Johnson who near lives the fairgrounds in Richmond He leaves a wife and childien Mitchell is only l years old a son of Kph Mitchell a prosperous farmer on tiper Silver Creek A telephone message from Koxtown early in the night summoned Dr to the home of D It Young who re cciitly bosnrht tiie Ove JSurgin farm and it upon The reaieed found Young mortally wounded by a pistol shot oclock He died at Young as m a room alone When the tired Mime one ran in and he slated that he had shot himself accidentally Young until last septemher livad out on the Lancaster pike lie warm a children rir Sliver Creek lust night one King tullis lrathers head open with an ax dr Ilockady aewedaiptha wound Pniiher is badly hurt and may die Several precinct not hoard from Â¬ Â¬ Whs Shoald Election Notice DR raJ a m fTtrsrSJSJ srprU m eaaBaiaaaaasaBlaasaaaBaaiaaaaBaiie jairiaTrSiHfpefi laiaaaswa s nr Jm fuw frtiJs r il aaaBBBBBBBaaasaaBBaaBB aaaa ni - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w CREAM STRENGS 1 Â¬ BAKING MONEY TO POWDER sPEciaT uoALto asesessewa aaMaBBBBBBBBBsasaaBsasaaaaaaaa Â¬ Pig for Sale Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ el I Every day until New Year Our stiMk - 11 the the prices have been it will pay ever as th on even article 111 I the House 1 I Dress Goods Hosiery Underwear Towels Flannel- - -- Â¬ Blankets Comforts Skirl- - Â¬ Â¬ FOR RENT Gloves Suits Overcoats Cloaks Jackets Caps Â¬ 1 Hats SPECIAL Â¬ Carpets Mackintoshes Everything in SALE u tlie house i Â¬ CotTimissioners Sole V Â¬ B Ev on everything W want yon want the - i I4 9 Â¬ -n HJ81 RENG gfaiM- m ISslTFc - Â¬ i ie i rSJ i i Â¬ Election Notice I i NEW GOODS1 I 1 ss 1 i Election Notice I - -- DEALING A ni Tow Prices Our buyer has retaraed from after a prolonf1 stay iaaearen of the best values for the ami feels satisfied that never before has tfaere cil stock nt lo brotiffht to tliis market loarhl for the smallest prefits ever kimwn in the his trade Space will not permit na to entailer have all the leading staples in Blankets Flam for hniics misses aad childi and Underwear Our leaders for tni- - season will be our Capes and J dies and misses in for and cloth all styles 1d all col money than ever before Our novelty Dress Siriti Trimmings demand your special attention Tin handsome and cheap Table Linens Napkins and Towels in end SPECIAL To cash pnrehasers are will pjj as a premium when the purchases amount the lucks they are durable ornament I Cm-set- k U - Election Notice ii m m iV- - -- 1 Â¬ JJ Â¬ OFFICE 1 me 1 White mL rmJ rpbLI rpfcL Gibson 1 Â¬ iar ECONOMIST RAPE JJ sf Catarrhal Diseases - Tired Wcmen a-s jjjrtyKyKm s nh 5 gmnlRL parfaoJaTriliiTrMJgiJg Â¬ i lays ant WHfiT fr a ipriate i I X Â¬ h CHRISTMAS rtjla S3 JtyftZA IRESENT Than a b with Â¬ 66 e1ieI iE lis IgS 3 Â¬ Â¬ Worlds Fair Tests Hoods Sarsaparilla - - S Govt MI SHI I m E mrTBrown SRRY AND E sfSJ E i mm l raJtaam - esraJ 3J SI cs3rr J CSJ t J a i SJalfftiK KENTUCKY NEWS at Caa I at art Kws From All Part 4 MIBM Mlfh SENSATION ON A TRAIN Coodartor Lots lp lo the RactCi Car and Ihe Irikriuao Ban thr Train LMMTEU Ky Dec 51 A tion was created on a passenirer train on the Southern railway between Lx chairman of the Edmonson county re- Â¬ publican committee has called a mass meeting of republicans for the purpose of petitioning the legislature to carry out republican promises of reform by reducing the salaries and abol ishing the land office and the depart Â¬ ment of agriculture Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ARRESTED It and the Father harged With a Breach BABY khu inpton and Louisville The conductor Capt Tiiofc Hanlon of New Albany and who is chairman of the Floyd county democratic committee after petting- the worst of a figbt with pas aeufrers was locked up in the bag pag ear and the brake man ordered to brine the belated train into Louisville in time to make the evening connec Four weeks ago James Stanley living at the head of Strait TreeK started for Dick erson county Virginia to take dep si tions in a land suit Nothing has been heard from him since Stanley had some money with him and was riiing His friends fear that he horseback has been foully dealt with 21 Gieswooi Foal Play eaapeeted Ky Dc tiona Hanlon it is alleged tried to collect twice He enlaced in a fight with a man on the depot ratform at Lawrenceburp and ran by Shelbyville compelling a passenger to walk a mile rh the woods Time was lost by quarrels on station platforms and finally when Hanlon was engaged in a fight with a traveling man the drum- Â¬ mer penned the conductor between and petting a sistance had hn carried to the baggage car and up A NNOUNCEM ZNTS Made by ov Ilradlry of some of His Ap Â¬ pointments to timer Ky Dec 21 Friday eveIfbaxov ning Ed Thomson shot at F Vow in the latters saloon He empti u m revolver of five shots but owing to the fact that Thompson was under the influence of whisky he proved to be a very poor marksman Thompson in been arrested and his trial will lake place Saturday Ky Â¬ Â¬ YrrT Poor Marksman Followed by Fire Sii ursnrii Ky Dec 21 The resi Â¬ dence of Mrs-- T li Hill near town was destroyed by fire entailing a Most of of 2510 with no insurance household poods were also destroyed Origin of the fire is unknown This is the fifth house Mrs Hill has los by fire within the past few years EmpUoes Will Iorisviii f Ky Dec Â¬ Dae Hon 1 1 Gov ot Newport the position of special judge at the March term of the euit court where a big land suit ill be tried in wh ch the liar judge can not sit The governor mate the following ap Â¬ his staff J M ountv judge advocate general Frank Cole Ashland inspector genera Thos J Landrum lyouisvilie II Anler- conim ssarv genera amp all vviiu the rank oi Â¬ -1 J Craw 21 The many city employes whose salaries were re duced by the republican council will make a fight before they take the cut They held a meeting Friday night and decided to enjoin council from carry- Â¬ ing out its retrenchment and the case will be bitterly foupnt Â¬ licht dence Dec 19 An extraordinary case was tried in Judge t udgells court Wednesday It is a rase which charges Mary Bramble a baby with a breach of the peace V illiam Bramble and wife of near this place had separated and a few nights ago Bramble went to the place where his wife was living and kidnaped the baby and it seems that the only proceeding by which Brambleand the baby could both be gotten into court was by charging them with breach of the peace Town Marshal Win Mark executed the warrant and Bramble is in jail and the baby in cus tody of responsible parties This is perhaps the only case on record in the state where a child so young was arrested MANY BUILDINGS Destroyed by Fire at llowlinc Ireeo Ky Ios Ksumateil at 7 oo Daw I IIP Chkkx Ky I a 19 Fire broke out early Wednesday morning in lrinces livery stable and in a few minutes the whole structure was a mass of flames A hign win i was blowing and the fire spread rapidly Buildings half a mile from the fire caught from flying sparks Prices stable Hill fc McElroys machinery house the Christian church and sev- Â¬ eral other places were destroyed Dr McCormack secretary of the state board of health lost his beautiful resi- Â¬ seven-months-oÂ¬ of Peace OwiXGfrVlii Ktnvrillnary Ky ase a commission to assist the court ot appeals in clearing up its docket The proposition is to create a commission of three members whose duties shall chancery Scott and Riley Go Free D Ky 2u Â¬ be something like those of a master in On ac- Â¬ count of a technical fltw the indict- Â¬ ment against Albert E Scott former- Â¬ Louisville United States Senator William Lindsay has from returning to been prevente Washington bv an attick of the grip Ex Adj Gen UfSI is also ill and con fined to his ro in at the Capital hotel from the same disease Fiaxkfoit Senator Lindsay III D o Kv 1 Â¬ E ly collector of internal revenue and Wm Riley his deputy were dismissed by United States Judge Taft Thursday They were charged with having collected money from government employes for the repubiic in campaign committee Â¬ Â¬ Sensational Slander Salt Shkibvville Ky Dec 20 A sensa Â¬ tional slanoer suit for 5000 damages was filed here in the circuit court on Thursday afternoon by I I Bloom against Jacob Abraham The princi- Â¬ pals are rivals in the retail meat busi- with an agreement made a syndicate composed of eastern capitslists is to build an electric railway from Waddy Work to Frankfort by way of Alton is to be commenced within a few weeks New Carpet In the House Road F om W addy to I rankfort WaMsTi Ky Dec 20 In accordance rctrlr A Brilliant Rencontour Did It ever occur to you what a charming conversationalist Dummer Is Tutherwnn Well I dont know not particularly Why Rencontour Oh he is decidedly ex He hasnt ccedingly good company the ghost of a memory you know nnI yon can tell your stories to him over mid over again and he enjoys them every time as much as at the first tell- Â¬ ing Boston Transcript THE OLDEST AND THE BEST fiHsjti Him tin- most prompt and effective reined for diseases ot the throat and lungs is Auts ierr Pectoral As an emergency medi cine for the cure of roup Sore Throat Lung Fever and Whooping Cough - WE ARE NOW READY Le55 than One FoUrtb of Regular prirp state librarian has had the seats in both houses of the legislature arranged in rows preparatory to the meeting of the lecisature January 7 and a bright new carpet covers the house floor 1 Fkankfort Ky Dec 20 Mrs Day ness The cause of their action was The Iirl t ant Keady the alleged statement of Abraham that 1 IlimilLorn Kv Dec 20 -- The case Bloom sold diseased meat Darnley Beaufort was against called in the city court Tuurs lay morn Thousands of Turkeys Killed rdship was not ready for Lawkknckbcro Kv Iec 20 - 11 ine but his l his request a continuance Oilman has closed his pens for the trial and at until January 22 slaughtering of turkeys here after hav- was granted ing killed about eighteen thousand of paa Itonte In Kentucky the fowls This is the largest number Washington Dec 20 Ihe post of- Â¬ tnat has ever been killed here during fice department has awarded 490 con- Â¬ one season Mr Oilman is said to have tracts for the star route service in Ken- Â¬ made a fortune at killing and shipping tucky W B Catchings of London turkeys Ky has been awared 1200 of these THE CURE ALLS SHE THOUGHT OF SOMETHING Â¬ Written Expressly for Him Whos that dudish looking chap asked the isitor at the All Dine club Sh speak easy thats Lyghtleigh the noted amateur actor Hes feeling mighty proud these days What about Hes going to star in a play written by Ignatius Donnelly The Great Shakespeare Cipher Is that so Yes lyghtleigh takes the Kirt of the cipher- - X Y Recorder The Cynic Im Rreatly disappointed said th cynic for you se The world was all created without once consultlnR me It may be rlRht in some respects but still I ureatly doubt it And so Im going to kick and kick and kick and kick about It L A W Bulletin PISCATORIAL CAPITAL ill AYERS Cherry Pectoral cannot le equaled E M D I Brawlkt Dis Sec of the American Bap tist Publishing Society Petersburg Va endorses it M a cure for violent colds bronchitis etc Dr Hrawley also adds To a ministers suffering from throat troubles I recommend AYERS Cherry Pectoral Awarded Medal at Worlds Fair AYERS PiLS Cure Liver and Stomach Troubles The loss is estimated at 75000 the greater part of which is covered by insurance The fire started from a lamp exploding in the stable THE DE F MUTES A Per Capita Estimate Made for the Insti tution at llativllle Danvmik Ky Dec M According to the report of Supt J E Ray of the Kentucky institute for the education of deaf mutes the following showing is made for the two years ending Octo- ber 31 Itti For the year ending October 31 1894 the exenditures for all purposes or a per capita amounted to 417rtl expense of only SXi4 and for the year enuing October 31 IW with 335 pup Is enrolled against an enrollment of 838 the previous year tne expenditures 49 SR M or a per capita aggregated eense of less than Crap Shooters W The Kentucky State Board of Htaltfe Has something- to Say About IJaatk Doctors Bowling Grefn Ky Dec IS The following circular letter to medical referees and boards of health in Kentucky has been sent out by Secretarv McCormack of the state board ol Mountain Girls Bright Idea That Saved the Lives of Speaking of experiences on the railroad said a New York traveling man had a slight scrape one time on a A 1 Come one eome all mid see the lanrest line of Hoots Sho and Hats ever brought toRichuiond Our stockis now com plete in every depart ment We hte all the latest styles and we have them at the right prices We promise to save every customer money who makes a purchase of Â¬ Â¬ COMMERCIAL WM i uii 41 Kt T INK - A K K IU FOUR lailhml I til OK at ot am Â¬ health The Marrlace of the Mat Daughter of Basil Iluke ik Ky Dec -- 3 At the ace of lien and Mrs Ka on liroa I way Saturday evening lUghter Tommie waa jH i l Dec John Miiiinvsii iko Ky Beat aged mi living on amp Ilranch has been charged with a terrible crime by his lVyear old granddaughter Moi His daughter Sallie also brings lie charges against her father Hest is said to have tl 21 t barred itti a Ternhle rime More Tj phoid Fever Cases Lkkanon Ky Dec 21 Tne typhoid fever epidemic in the western part of this county continues unabated So Burl T of Honolulu rformed by Ilev ip elect i I far there have been something like forty or fifty cases with several deaths there being two fatal cases tnis week EntfiuIUsk Wealthy Itacbelor Dead Kv Dec 21 R K n the ceremony Mr and rrs llallou were e they begaa their journey to San Fr or llono llailou atton ie Hawaiian islands a ton and a irraduate of ird Hie t ut In 1 ill Be shown OKoark tne wealthiest man in this n and a bachelor died Friday He was born and raised in morning Ohio and is extensively known throughout both states I i freig llndcr loIs Ky Iec I J The Tan- an committee f bridge tolls an tftraft ieneral merI v eentf is in car o two cents on k pT car d in fer ffetive after usloaa Ami ajnt of K- l r - Iron in i iroi inly K A aataaanta IIlNotoN Dee SX --Tin oeeii Increr nri- - in Ti mas J I uier Ken hil 1 A It lecame li rff of Dfar I Humble a mil ItiU- m -- ieriff i his and I on t rb- - injaries Uia A to rlrrn Ujrl ert critical 1 ltiuiids llrl Weighs BTS Dee Row Hose niercnmit of ttiis pi ice has a P pour time uairrliur that f n t vv igoa 7S ng in weight all Use -- h riy and pretty but is in of sugar candies or Mie is cnief BUM and is very intelligent active -- wont eat any 111 lirough a Irstl Ky Dec LaVKCM in KG reek at McAfee on 3 rn railway id An train mi entrc fr fell Ur en tre slig I -- j k Ir- letf track Ky ii just before he tne tre 1 lo- - Fnrineer Hlsmed llee e Joiiu ran into a c tunnel No last satun 1 ireint in N at ch e of cnmiial r NOT LIABLE reasurer Tates Ioidsmen Kellevet by a Decision of the tour of Apr ritANKF kT Ky Dec 21 The cour of appeals rendered a decision in tn last of several cases pending ti the bondsmen of ex state Trcas urer Dck Tate who decamped ir lam with 247000 state funds Tht amount sued for by the state ir J but the decisior s that the defalcation did not oc cur during the period at which tht bond was sued on was in force and tht sureties are therefore not liable Tatei u but the stealage in full w state received 100000 from his persona assets and also a judgment foi KiO in a suit against the bondsmen 1 ne names on the bond were Johnston ien Scott Brown V J Chinn W H Bar ee A W JUacklin S Black Q W Kobb and T J Megibben The opinion was rendered by Chief Justice Pryor Ez- - Asm am Ky Dec 21 It is stated ie of the shrewdest real esta business men in the city that all arrangements for the entrance to the River railroad are now com u and that the road will come down the front of Cattle ttabai means of elevated trestlework and be aiveu rights of way ail along the river Killed by a W oaaasv Ky Dec 21 At Hope Friday morning Mrs IW Bally BAKneTOWK Ohio Baas Kailroad Fxtenalon ot and killed Frank Doherty It that Doherty entered ihe house and made an assault on Mi Her husband was absent at the bat Mrs Nelly secured his re end it is said shot man Do waa a prominent sch i teacher ia said te 1 Kjowmvc They Waal u O ut L- - ley has no use for crap shooters as was evidenced in his refusal to pardon Harvey Doty of Paducah who waspr rested while playing craps and was found to be carrying concealed a deadper Married Kv Ter ly weapon He was fined S50 and 20 Dee 21 MiiiDtFsrou renee Emmal ape i SI and Nettie Mc days and a voluminous and petition was presented to the Ikinald It eloped to Tazewell Tenn After a careful perusal of Both par governor Friday and were married governor rejected the ap- Â¬ re well known in Middlesboro so- Â¬ the ease the plication and wroea vigorous indorseciety ment on it giving his reasons for the Water Works for Falmoath rejection Faimoi tii Ky Dee 81 A contract Horrible Heath of a Farmer nsa let to J R loindexter of Cynthi Hopkissviilp Ky 19 Riley ana for a eoMspiete water works plant Wright a prominent and wealthy citifor the sum of 11371 He will comzen of Todd county residing IS miles plete the work as soon as possible east of this city died at his home after Teacher I ouik Ileal in Ited a long painful illness aged M KTFiii i Kv Dee 21 -- unuel years and had suffered from stomach He Gray age 21 and a prominent trouble lo years and several weeks r was found deai in b d at his before his deatn his disease became so ling house His school was out violent he could eat nothinp so that I he died in horrible suffering from starKentucky postmaster Nominated vation Dee 21 President asiiim ro Brandy Distiller Arrested Friday nominated the fol MoHKHr AP Ky Dec 19 Inited lowing postmasters for Kentucky De States Depaty Marshals Pat Punch lias Ileor jlown Zelinda and James Mannin made a raid on the Flemingsbarg Jiuze a farmer and sa place of A iti lclt Korrci Him to Assign loon keeper one mile below M on head Dec 21 Security and arrested llauze an i his brother Libanon Ky Ha den a Alexander tmuze and seized six bar debts forced Mr J I farmer in this county to asi n XT f brandy uat had been secreted - nre XW and given as about and no tax paid on it assets small Kxe t to Convict Him Wctlthy Istill r llics Fkankfokt Ky Dei 19 Marshal Ky Law Dae 21 Col Jeffers of this city has returned from Oscar Biakemore a wealthy distiller Cincinnati having in custody toward y of Brighta miale died kinney Kelly the Edwards alias I year old who was arnotorious pickpocket rested here inauguration day but Killed ly a lull Poores Fkankiis Ind Pec 21 P C Hal made his escape Capt Th s sr resident of this faki watcn was found in K liys possession was peehap- fatally injured by a fail and it is thought a case can be made a flight of stairs eary out against him Iriday moriuuij i ouistllle Fowl Show LorisvniK Ky Dec 19 The first New Kentucky ostm istrs Dec 17 Tne follow show of the Kentucky State Poultry Wasiiii Â¬ ing fourih cass postmasters wen eom and Pigeon association began Wednesday at Music hall under the most faMonday L Hark Over 000 varieties vorable auspices iin county J 11 Runof the feathered tribe are on exhibiHalseil VTarrea conntv M I ner tion The exhibitors are mostly from e oriv Jackson counbut there are W Seott shady Nook Harrison the interior of the stat ty quite a number from Indiana county A Komantlc Klopemcnt lalmnntlt norrat su piii Public tton Kv Dec 19 GiiKFxri Lie Literal Dee 17 The Fal- Fai iii Kv Â¬ moutn Democrat founded by Vie G and Laura Brown of Low Gap at tended a party at Thomas Griffiths 12 years ago am paatrd into the hands of J W lecko house and took advantage of the occasion to elope to Ironton tl where they tarter county fame has - u pen e and the p ant wiii be taken to Cyn were married Wednesday morning thiara and a rep blican paper puo Parents of the bride went in pursuit but had too late a warning Lsncd Patents for Kcntnckians- Saaaersels Near iiy tlfflcera Wasiuxoton Dc 19 Patents were Someksit Ky Dc 17 The board of city council of this place At tueu issued as follows lo K ntuckians Danmeeting Monday appointed the follow iel W Bromley Iexington maenine K O liajfhee ing city oftictrs chiel for kneading uougn Wm E Fitch LouisviPe portable 6replace of police ilona ay city attorn Hill Mackay mail bag stand Amos S ey H H Lragg tax to lector John S Mat a Painful Heath Tate asse- PiKFviiiF Ky Dec 19 While suf- Â¬ A Pair a Col nels fering from the effects of an epileptic Fbankkokt Ky Dec 17 tiov Brad John Ball 80 years old fell with ley increased the list of Kentucky fit head in the fire his frrate and received colonels Mouday by the appointment burns which caused his death of E iwin B Coawmy of Loeistrilie ana Shot ill His tlwn Pistol Prat Wilbur R Mnta of L x n Saiykbsvii ik Ky Dec 19 A fatal oa the staff of gov- Â¬ as wound was accidentally received by ernor with the raiiK of colonel Deputy Sheriff William Day of this A Tvarlirr I am af Bast ran f ever county by the discharge of a pistol Kv Dec 17 HolKlNsvniK wi ich fell from his pocket f h i Mattie Young died at th Iritnforis t ily AeaasssjBi fatuer I Ir lames Vonn in this city Frakf kt Ky Dec 19 The city lingering illness of gastrc council elected John t olemao city as after a She fever aged about 83 years sessor for a terra of two yeais s ieen a teacher in tne for Kelcitsed on Bond Pinkviile Kv lice 19 Gilbert B r charged with killing Hiram I hun li Damaged In lire 1093 ii H nan county I 17 Frankkoiit Kv Ihe First wi- - released from jail on a bond of Cnristan cuu cn rf this citv v i uain SJUOU aged bv hre MOM illy sftensoua to the The tate Treasury extent of 2oi li was only by the FmxKFour Kv Dec 20 Treasurer hardest work that tile building which elect Long will not find the state treascost 2Jp00 was saved ury groaning under the burden of a tcMHls and Groc ry store Kohlied Iry I pVKK Ky Dec 17 Burglars ef- surplus when he takes hold of the state fected an entrance into the dry goods financial department in January and grocery store of J K McKinev Treasurer Hale said that he has reand secureii iods to the amount of ceived and disbursed already this nearly 100 a small sum of money and month about a mill on but as nearly ad of the sheriffs have reported only Borne valuable papers saiail collections will be made from Hotel Ulan Fxplrea now on He had very little data on Ky Dec 17 C A Smith CoLinBii which to base a calculation as to the one of the bestcitizens of Adaircounty ex ct deficit January 1 but said it was and proprietor of the Columbia hotel his opinion that it would not be over a He was 61 years of age and quarter of a million is dead was fflicted with typhoid malarial Banquet to Col 1 avrler fever Lovisviiik Ky Dec 2 In recogblld Fll Into the Hre Place Asm and Ky Ilec 17 A liUie child nition of the success of the National of John Brown a lumber cutter liv- Encampment of the Grand Army of ing near Meads fell into a large open the Republic held in this city last Sep- Â¬ fire place and was burned to death ere tember Col Tnomas tl Lawler of Illi- Â¬ nois of the orher parents could remove her ganization was banqueted here Thurs Woman in Kentucky Dead Oldest day aural by the committee Asiiiank Ky Dec 17 Mrs Wil- which had marge executivearrangement of the son the ol est woman in Kentucky for the reunion Tnursday afternoon has died at Lonesome Menefee county there were patriotic exercises in sever- Â¬ aged 107 years She had records to al of the public schools and the Amer-Â¬ prove her age ican fl lg was displayed on the school houses Died of His In J ones Morgans Horse Lead Dec 17 Julian MlliPiKnuoKo Kv TlsWIII I M Ky Dec 2u Morgan was injured b a 0x car who over him freigut running at Corbin aged 37 years probably the oldest war horse in the country is dead He was Ir av nignt is dead owned by James W Smith of this city who until recently used him as A Woman Applies for a Position horse Fkaxkfokt Ky Dec 20 Catherine a carriageGen John He was left here in by Morgan who was Houser a L xington physician is the woman applicant for the position on his famous raid and who carried away a valuable saddle mare belong of superintendent of the state insane in to John L Cotton in place of Mo- Â¬ asylum rgans horse I I lldrea to Marry To Clear the Dockets Mar- 20 Lawk FBANKPoir Ky Dec 2a Some of prominent lawyers in the fa run ng Gov Bradley to rec- od message the cretiB o Â¬ d Â¬ D--Â¬ Â¬ Fiiankkoht Ky Dec 19 No Mercy Gov Brad- Â¬ Within the last few mrmths a nura ber of so called doctors claiming tc represent cure all concerns in Indianapolis Chicago or Cincinnati have made their appearance in many sec tions of tht state searching for the afcted of every class maimed halt deaf or blind By plyinjr their vocation secretly in outlying districts moving rapidly from county to county and by taning negotiable notes payable outside of tne state which are at once discounted to cut off the plea of fraud they have attempted to avoid prosecution and so far have usually succeeded Rports coming to this office indi cate that thousands of dollars are be ing- taken from our people every month in this way and generally from allleted families least able to bear the loss One of these fellows was con victed in Grant county last week and warrants will be taken out for others within the next few days I write to ask you to be on the lookout for them in your county and to take out warrants for them when They ever evidence can be obt lined can easily be convicted whether they or the home concern get the money Asa warning to the afflicted it may be well for you to have this letter printed in your country papers SHOT IN THE STREET A Yoanc Bar Fatally Wounded by a Mir-r-Man Who Was Jealous Hk hkiison Ky Dec 18 Tuesday af ternoon John Freels a yuiin married man twice shot Minnie Wiikins aged 16 from which she will die The shooting took place on the street one of the shots taking effect in the arm and the other in the side the bullet lodging In the lung Some time apo Freels became tired of his family and devoted nio t of his time and attention to the Lately she began tc Wiikins woman accept the attention of another man it is said which angered Freels and Tuesday being drunk and meeting her on the street he shot her as above stated He is now in jail d seil Â¬ 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thomas Curtis one of the leading educators of this sect on of the state died of consumption at his home in Piqua Prof this county Tuesday evening Curtis was principal of ths schools of this place for a year or two and at his death was at the head of the schools at Piqua Quite a sad little romance is connected with his death He was engaged to be married to the daughter of an ex representative The younir lady seems to be inconsolable over the death of her betnthed Bradley Not a Candidate ley gave out an interview Tuesday language niht denying in vigorous busily enthe report that he had been gaged on the quiet fixing things to he govsucceed Senator BlacKburn ernor denounced the report of his ean didancy as infamously false and said he was not a candidate for this nor anything else on the face of the earth 1 Death of Prof Th ml t urthk Dec 18 Prof Mt Olivet Ky Frankfort Ky Dec 18 Gov Brad- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i Â¬ Â¬ Ky Dec 18 The lliKsiOKo Knoxville Cumberland Gap and Louisville Kailroad Co passed out of the hands of a receiver at midnight Tues day night The corporate name of the new company will be the Knoxville Cumberland Gap and Louisville railway Clarence Cary the receiver of the old company will be its president t herjed With Violating livtl Service M Â¬ Â¬ Ilftlnc a Receivership Â¬ mountain road in Tennessee that may be wortb hearing We were coming down a long grade of ten miles in a mixed train T hut is we hud a gondola loaded with ties as the end car with our two passengei coaches and baggage cur and I should say we were uiaKng about 20 miles an hour on a truck that would be treatiap us cry kindH if it didnt sling us into eternity if we dared toadd fixe milestn hour to our speed when 1 happened ic look out of the rear door and saw a wild train of loaded coal cars swinging They had evidently down after us started at a tipple which we had BaaWCsl only a few minutes before and when 1 saw them they w ere going so fast hal they distanced the men on the ground who made a run to get on and stop ihen made a wild rush for further light the conductor but before 1 reucheo him h had ordered theengiueer to letoul his engine foi ill she as worth and in this For way keep ahead of our chasers tunately we had no women aboard and the men could be kept in better control though it was all we could do to keep tiem from jumping off It was only a short time until we began to see thut our salvation lay in the pursuing train Hying the track because we had reached our limit and our train was swaging and tossing so thut everybody was scared out of his wits 1 know 1 was and just sat In my seat and held on waiting and listening to the thunder of the train behind us w hich w as uot 500 yards aw ay and gain ing ever second It was far heavier than ours and knew that if anybody went off the truck it wasnt going to lie the coii train lunula moment ago we had no women aboard 1 meant we had none to speak of Tncre w as one but she was a homely mountain girl w ho didnt seem to know uiiytliing and because she sat quiet in Uiecorueraud didnt screiim we thought she didnt amount to enough to count 1 was looking at her in a dazed kind of hen all of a sudden she lit out a w aj of her seat us if she had beeit shot out of it and knocking everybody out of the way she dashed out of the rear door before anybody could touch her and we thought she had jumped off but she hadnt She jumped for the open car hanging on tike a cat until she got to the far end of it and in a second she w us tumbling those ties off at the rate of u dozen u second They would hit the track and bounce every which way but she kept piling them off the coal train getting closer every second and at last a couple of them stuck up in u cuttle guard and the next thing we knew there wasa terrific crash rails and ties and trucks and coal lew and the coal train rolled over itself and went down the hill in a heap By George as thnt girl stood there in her plain calico dress and her old stm bonnet and watched that train pile all a her feet 1 thought that Joan of Arc Cleopatra Queen Klizabeth Grace Pir ling and the lot of them w erent a patch ing to her and as far as we were con cered they werent She had saved our train and our lives and we took her on with us in triumph Then we made up a purse for her big enough to buy a furni with and Ill bet ehes got more good clothes und jewelry and books and trinkets and things than any girl In the mountains for we never forget her She doesnt quite appreciate some of the fine things she has but what do we enre for that We Washappreciate her just the same ington Star 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ im THE - MARKETS patent asia lMINNATI PeC 1 us priij tmt this fall Our Â¬ Flotjsj fancy Ispnns winter patent f1 4u I family 280 ji8S extra Ii30 ilOOii Whiat Sales No S red track foe No 3 red track I Cons Sales No 3 yelow track I7c No 3 Mixed truck Tc Oas Sals No 3 white track 31c white track lvc No ii mixe track AT1L8 Kair I ipirs 3 choice butchers 3 flu i 4 00 medium butchers 3 00 310 3J0 common 5 Vkai Calves Kair to iroo1 liht el extras W5G common anJ lirv W0Oi35O fi in tHVl nuaU i it goods were bought before the great ad vance in leather and we can make you a price that our com Â¬ petitors can not Capital C peka kan-a-- - rLI iml papcr m fa I are Y ATi Where are you going Giles fu fu fu fish Squires Why dont you speak plain Whats in your mouth eh1 Gilse Wti vv sir Fun Squire Giles Tm ll tl Â¬ Smarter Than He Seemed Stnpleton Plugwinch ivus consid ered bright fellow at college lut he arena to have turned out an utter failure Culdecott- - Whats he doing Stapletou Not a thiig Why hes Wen living on his friends for years all that a failure Very Caldecott few could succeed ill doing so- - Day i -- Â¬ ood to choice K ou irtO common to 1 7 Lambs Ex r nl to choice Ti I li common to fair 1350 3 Unwesheil Fine merino per lb 3 Wool 13 W qunrtor Mood riirthia Ilc me Hum de Â¬ laine and elotautf u lis lie ish--5c Kiae merino metlum comhin X to XX peril 13M4c mediu n clotnia 16c delaine ft c e 5 lie lea eombta 144 15c quarter blool and luv 13 14c Hi O Liec 21 Wheat No 2 red c ish My Daesaaaer S3V4 No 3 red cish iil ic OusTS Ma I mixed cash 26ic No 3 do Vc No 3 yellow 27c No 3 white 00 Hoes Select shippers I34S IXM bmoaeri fit Uia 3 41 packer till good ii as 330 34 J common and roub Shekp and IoiBi b -- p Extras li -- 3i fir reach We have all the latest styles in stiff and soft Hats Dont are verv e the science at ho ne ii t a of board etc teteinvour caching M i Fu particulars ing tln paer -- ent free nitTL on huv a hat until you can see our Hoard War of Trade and Hlue Coal Ml Ovts -- N tit that She Found Him Out She could not understand why he To her should visits pay Yet never utter forth the words She longed to hear him say But later in her life she learned That his Intentions were To bring another girl to tlme He didnt care for her Detroit News 50sc Culs on May corn opened at fl oniv price 1 uts opened at 28 28SC t price good run Ji k Dec 21 Calls on May wheat opem VJsic Puts apsaaat at 57c lat price last price Buffalo rec w- KTE No thr 2 ioin cash Jio Grass the latest in soft and stiff Hats We have a large line of Gloves 1 wi 1e1t pr 21 Catile- - Vcas steady at - 7 heavy 1435 SBrBPoiiluiin I Hogs Yorkers i M iM 0 fair to Handkerchiefs Hosiery Suspenders Underwear Neck Wear Collars and Cuffs Shirt Jeweliy I IT li BL V 3 V I 3 ltd 1 uood to v prme nmhs IEGEt0D 11IH Mtra the Last Judge And now my good man made you kiss this lady 1 ex to fair what t200 t20 22 o Wheat--N- 32 astsed sheep feod to extra 4240 r50 H ltm an Dec 2 I Cunning Culprit Your honor my in- herited love of beauty Miss Iasse ludge er 1 do not think Ill prosecute uuy further Syra cuse lost Keeping lp the Average Fond Parent Have you said your prayers to night Bobby Nom Bobhy sleepily Fond Parent Why not you naughty boy Bobby I said m twice lust night NY World trustworthy na tlenien or ladies to travel mi Ken tucky for established reliable house Salary 7W anil expenses Steily po Fnclose reference and selfad- sition resseil slumped envelope The Dominion Company Third Floor Omaha Bldg ANTKIÂ¬ I Â¬ ml - i fttsni Mrgart tpel sa ary 3 32c steamer fll IB Tftl 2 white western mixed do 45c nearhv - 44 sic 24 41 21 c No 2 rru i7e Januiry Ions Oais WHET- - No 6 NtW VmII red I eiemier 6 r Kebru ry fiT jC Hi Mc No 2324 3 13-- rest ary3i NoSttt 2 Cattle Ko state 3ic fal 40 a- i butihir fc3 8 w - Several heifers 2 25 125 W i5 His MIv0 me aV lipht hogs 3Ajti 3 1 pasta heavy 7 r cum Kxtra ASS 3 SHcie A i 2 3i i0 j7i0 heavy veal calves sod t hin salves i fresh cows 18 foi sprnirrrsIWVJKI 5 nd Prime H9 Pit isrii- leeslers -- 32A Polish and Blacking Chi Idrens School Shoes a specially Give us a call aud hj convinced that we have the latest stvlcs and lowest prices Shot4 UO The Big Store AT YOUR HOME Our 208 Pagt Fall Catalogue I Handsomely illustrated andti beginning to end with best sek from our immense stocks will promptly on application day Cat is 411 No quotable change - Iniuanap LIS ind in IVc 21 mar iI Wallace u i Boos Uoaa to caries medium an 31 ir k Rice When sending for paper it mention Chicago 28 siiitp Market qaiat at unchamjd 34 tiichilcs prfa - j fpSfJSjJfgjf ifjfflB rbL m rfg njmlljg M Â¬ Knles LotTisviLiE Ky Dec IS The trial of W E Kdey charsred with violating civil service rules in collecting money from government employes for political purposes while ne was deputy internal revenue collector faring Presi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dent Harrisons administration has begun in the United States district court here 18 Pensions Washington Dec have bei n issued to the following Kentucky people Original Leander J Pack Inez Martin increase New ton A Walker Louisville James II Hockersmiih Tyrone Ander on Everett Wright Bardwell Carlisle original widows Barbara Kaiser Louisville School Superintendent Robbed SuperintenABUiAXb Ky Dec 18 dent of Public Schools J G Crabbs office was plundered by burglars Tues- Â¬ day night and a number of valuable papers and records of the actions of the board of education for the past two years carried off Col Creifc litoas Dwelling Burned Kings Movntain Ky Dec 18 The fine and costly residence of CoL D M Creighton caught fire and burned Tues- Â¬ The house whs valued day morningat 5000 fui niture Jl500 No insur- Â¬ ance Water Rates at Louisville Louisville Ky Dec 18 Directors of the Water Co at a meeting Tuesday doubled the rate of discount offered for prompt payment of bills the percentage off being 15 and 20 per cent The French Trial Jackson Ky Dec 18 The people of this place are not pleased with the prospect of having the French trial brought to this place from Perry county The trial will take place here in March Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pensions for Kcntucklans Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bradley Too Busy Ky Dec 18 Gov Bradley secluded himself in his private office Tuesday night working on his Frankport Gov PRACTICED ON CORPSES Invention of a Humane Physician as a Substitute for a Policemans Club frUJS Dr Abiel Nelson a practicing sur geon of New Loudon has invented n humane police club which he cUims may be used in subduing obstreperous citizens without inflicting periimiieiii injuries on them It consists of a rub ber envelojie over a wooden core u club w ith u soft rind simulating the bark of a tree similar to tile llesh on the bones of a fist It is simply an elongated arm aud gives the policeman the ad vantage over the man without the ne 1 essay of disfiguring him for life oi causing other jiermaiient injury Aftei becuring the proper patents und befon the club was used the doctor feuren fracture of the skull ut the base might result from d blow ou the top of the head that is the fructure might be transmitted to the base of the skull in Dr stead of ut the place of contact Nelson could not get any dead bodies in the vicinity to experiment on so he got permission to use subjects at the morgue in New York He tried skulls by hitting them on the forehead and top of the head striking with more than ordinary policemans force but did uot lacerate the scalp and there was no fracture at the place of contact or bus- - of the skull The heads were ojiened aud there wus no apparent injury of the bruin itself The tests were made in the preseae of Dr Nel three reputable physicians son wanted to see the actual effect on the living brain so he selected calves as His first subject was an his subjects active lierce calf weighing 200 pimnds It was knocked down and out but got up in a few seconds somew hat dazed but soon recovered muscular jiovveruud There were blood Â¬ srHJ was then killed stains under the skin of the ncalp and ffSJBl limited bloodstains in the inner mem mm brane over the front lobes of the bruin was no injury to the brain itself There Kverything indicated that the cnlf would have fully recovered Hartford liiej VV t GREAT REDUCTION SALE OF Â¬ CLOTHING In Order to Reduce Our Immense Stock of New Â¬ We will To Dav lie in a Fall and Winter Clothing Â¬ Â¬ CLEARING SALE And sell them at a Greatly Reduced Price Our line of Suits and Overcoats is by far the largest and lust in town We have all grades and in whatever you may want Come and Get a Bargain - i Â¬ 1 Wash with a Chapped Hands mixture of bran and water or an appli Â¬ Rlddlcks Sentence Affirmed Fkankfort Ky Dec 20 The court cation of vaseline rubbed in once a of appeals has atfirmed tne judgment duy will keep the nuuls from chapping 2 To prevent chapped bands wash of the Garrard circuit court sentencing them in soft water and honey soap Henry Riddick to life imprisonment for arson Riddick set fire to a hotel Dry with a soft towel in Lancaster which burned and in The story comes that the good peo Â¬ which several persons lost their lives ple of Randolph Mass resent the in Â¬ Sorreon of the state Guards ference thut their lown is the quiet Fkankfort Kv Iiec 20 Gov Brad hamlet ill which Miss Wiikins lay ley Thursday appointed Dr J F Kim scenes of so many of her charm mg bley of Owensboro surgeon general tules One worthy reaklenl expatiates of the Kentucky State guard wth upou the y jis rank of coioneL Dr Kimbley made burg in thi s unl ttie the race for congress in the Second dis- Â¬ like and declares that the farms ore trict a few yebrs ago tew uj Â¬ message and refused to emerge to discuss the Cleveland message Â¬ Globe itiJal rip IebI am pa rip rBJSl rap TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS 215 IMI-A-insr 1 MTCBELL Eichmcti 37 lip STieEE JdayaieW