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Nov. 6 Leadvllle (Col.) Savings and bank. Nov. 7 At New Orleans, Bank of North America. Nov. S At TJrichiville. O., Farmers' and Merchants' bank. Nov. 14 At Salem. Ore.. Williams & England Banking Co. Nov. 25 At Omaha, Nebraska savings and exchange bank. Nov. 23 At Columbus. Ga., Chattahoo-chl- e national bank. Dec -At Pratt. Kan., Tlrst national bank. Dec -- At Boston. Whltten. Burdette & Ox, wholesale clothiers; JM.00Q. Dec 'I At San Francisco, Grangers' Bank of California. Dec 14 At Richmond, Va., James B. Pace, president of Planters' national bank; S1JOOO.OO. Dec 16 At Lincoln, Neb., German national bank. Dec 20 At New Tork. Nichols, Frath-Ingha& Co., Samuel S. Sands & Co., De &m 18-- RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY J, 1896. OCT. 15 At Clearfield. Pa ra!net FIRES. clde on strike In centrafand no' Jan. At Macon, Ga., S. Waxelbaum & crn ccal fields. Son's dry goodii store; ToOO.OOO. Oct. 26 Maeslllon (O.) mlntra vote fordt Armourdale, Kan., Reed during strike off. Mar. r-- At Nov. a At Bro.' packing houses: '.000,OCO. buildWhltlnaville. Mass.. 100 Armenlrjis strike. Whiting machine work Mar. At Milwaukee, lubualness ings, $1,000,000. had refused to discharge 4 Turks. Dec. 16 At New York. Brooklyn and Mar. 2e At !t- - Augustine, Fla., 49 buildings. Jersey Clfy, over 13,000 tailors locked out Apr. 14 At ISIkhorn, Neb., 10 business ....Everj street car line In Philadelphia building At Pasadena, CaL, Hotel Raybut one tied up by strike of employes for shorten, hours and privilege of belonging mond; $l.O00,O(X. 2 At La. Porte. Mlih., CO buildings. to a union. Maj May 13 At Pratt City. Ala., hotel, city Dec 17 Over 300 cars wrecked by Philadelphia rioters. hall, church aid 41 dwellings. May IS At Stevens Point. Wis., paper and Dec 20 At Philadelphia, Fnion Traction .1W0. Co., offers to arbitrate Its differences with pulp mill; employes. Pattonsburg. Mo.. 36 buildMay 30--At ings. Jun. 9 At K&Iumazoo, Mich., Dewing & LYNCUINGS. Pons' luml-e- yards, planing mill and sash, Jan. 4 Three horsetbiees near Cantondoor and blind factory, also 7 stores. Jun. 10 At Milwaukee, In center of liim-b- ment, I. T....John F. Bergeron at Idalla, N. C. and tannery district: $750,000. Mar. 2S Negro, who insisted upon riding Jul. 31 At Monomlnee, Mich., loss to lumin a wagon with 3 white women, at Jackber companies. $1,000,000. son, Ml"!3. Aug. 2 In southeastern Michigan, exApr. 20 Five colored persons near Greentensive libld and forest Ares. ville, Ala.; murder of Watts Murphy. Sep. 13 Near Atlantic City, N. J., forest May IS Jerlde Shivers (colored), near Neufvilla & Co., L. A. Felflman and B. Fen-to- n flren. Montgomery, Ala.; assault.... Three nefailed as result of decline In American Sep. IS At Indianapolis, Ind., several groes near Ellavllle, Fla.; murder of Miss securities. business blOCl.s: $500,000. Mamie Armstrong. Sep. 25--At Belle Fourche, S. D., 30 buildMay 27 Jacob Hcnson, under sentence to CASUALTIES. ings. hang for murder, at Ellicott City, Md. EOME Cr THE MORE BTARTllXG TATAUTIEE. Oct. 3 At Warren, R. I., 3 ootton mills, May 29 Three negroes in Polk county, Jan, 1 At Albany. N. Y., 17 In burning 1 warehouses and other property; $1,000,000. Fla. Oct. 24 hotel.. ..Near Waverly, Wis., 6 In burning buildings. At Galesburg, O., 20 business Jun. 24 John Frye (white), at Gretna. I a.: incendiarism. home Oct. 2fi At Piano. Tex., IS buildings. JuL 1 Two strangers near Guthrie. O. T.; Jan. 13 In Deception bay. Wash., 13 by Nov. 5 At New York Manhattan bank horse stealing. foundering of schooner. building and other property: 2,000.000. Jul. 15 Ira Johnson (colored), at GreenJan. 15 At Butte, Mont., over 60 by exNov. 21 At Geneva, Ind., 11 buildings.... ville, S. C.t murder plosion of giant powder. Bob Huggard (muChicago, Excelsior building, JSuO.OOO. latto). ctWincherltr, Ky.; suspected of asJan 1& At Rusk, Tex., 5 by boiler ex- At Dec 3 At Indianapolis, 7 larga whole- sault, but afterwards proved Innocent. plosion. $500,000. Jan. 22 Near Sturgis, Ky., S by explosion sale establishments.portion Jul. 17 Wiley Bunn (colored), at of Chilton. Wis. Dec 9 Business In Trade Water Co.'s plant. Ark.: murder ...Three cattle of Rldgefield, Conn. Jan. 23 On Lake Michigan, steamer ....Business portion portion of Carlock, 111. thieves, near Chamberlain, S. D. Dec 12 Bui.Iness Chlcora given up for lost: 26 were on board. Jul. 30 In a race war at Brookslrte coal wholesale district mines, near Birmingham. Ala., 2 sheriffs Jan. 26 Near New London, Conn., 13 In ofDec 13 Almost entire$00,000. Council Blufts, la.; 3 negroes were killed, and George Hill ..At Tttus-vlllwreck of coal barges. Flo.. 31 buildings. Feb. 7 At Milwaukee, S near intake and Charles Jenkins (colored) lynched. Dec. 14 At Bethel, N. C., principal busiAug. 16 Cattle thieves known as the tunnel. Bedderly brothers, by vigilance committee. Feb 10-- At Toint of Woods, N. Y., 7 of a ness portion. Dec. 17 Bublness portion of Richmond, In Buffalo county, S. D. schooner's crew.. ..In the Chesapeake, 20 during blizzard.... At Gloucester, Mass , Mo ...Half the business section of Vienna, Aug. 2G Lawrence Johnson, William I1L 19 In storm Moreno and Garland Stemler, Following lowns nnd cities entirely or Null, Louis reb. 12 On New Jersey coast, 30 by col- almost entirely destroyed by fiames: atYreka, Cal.; murder: latter 2 afterwards proved Innocent.. ..Harrison Lewli (negro), lision of schooners. Stuartsvllle, O.; Jonestown, Miss.; Llnd-seTeb IS At Pottsville. Pa.. 6 by gas exat Springfield, Ky.: murder. O.; Fllmanton. Wis.; Canserago, plosion In mine.. ..At Sherly, Ga., 10 Oct. 17 William Blake (sentenced to life N. Y.: Wyckoff, Minn.; Flattesburg, Imprisonment), at Hampton, S. C. : murder. drowned. Pa.; Perley, Mo.; Duquesneborough, Teb. 21 Near New Orleans 4 frozen. Nov. 21 Charles Hurd (negro), at Wart- Feb. 27 At Cerrlllos, N. M., 2S miners by Wis.. CurryvIHe, Mo.: Greenwood, Mich.; burg, Tenn.; murder... .An Innocent negro Yellow Springs, O.; Oakvllle, N. Y.; gas explosion. (at the time suspected of seriously Injuring a little white girl by riding horss over Mar 20 At Red Canyon, Wyo., 61 In mine S. Albans, Vt.: Geneva, Ind.; Browns-towInd : Redd.ck. 111.: Wallin. Mich.; her), near Bryan, Tex. explosion. Clary. Mich.; Harvey City. Ore.: Apr S Near Tacoma, Wash., 23 by exNov. 23 Prof. Perdue (white), at Alley, plosion In Blue Canron coal mine. Mich ; Hindostan, Ind.; Ludlow Ga.: charged with assault... .John RichMay 1 Near Petterson and Newton, Falls, O.; Tower Hill, 111.: Tlosa. Ind ; ards and Thomas Watts (negroes), near Kan., 15 In cyclone. Hasklns. O.: Loralne, 111.. Big Stone Gap. Greenwood. S. C: robbery and murder.... May 3 In Sioux county, la., 52 In cyclone Va.. Blanchester. O.; Stocton. Pa.: RivJack Yardborough (sentenced to peniten.. In Alaska, 17 In wreck of steamer erside, Mich.; Osgood. O.; Walcot, Minn., tiary for life), at Crystal 8prlngs, Miss. George R.Whlte. ..At South Acton, Mass , ajid Latnora, Neb. Dec 5 Isom Kearsc (negro) and aged 5 in powder mill explosion. Following towns and villages burned out mother, near Broxton Ford, 8. C.; Kearse Maj 14 On Lake Mich., 12 during gale.. . otitlrely or nearly so In their business stawas suspected of stealing Bible from a Near West Bingham, Pa., S by boiler ex- tions: Htmlln. W. VuO Warrenton, N. C; church. plosion Elmore, O.. Leipzig, O.. Jamaica, It., Dec. 17 Squire Jones (negro) atMoulton, May 2S In Devil's river country. Tex., Hamilton, N. Y.; Waterford, Pa.: Flora. Ala.; charged with Incendiarism. Ind., Devlne. Tex.: Fort William, Man..e, ot er 20 in floods. Jun. 3 In New York, 11: In Philadelphia. Havs Citv. Kan.: Dorchester, Wis.; MLTKOKOLOGICAI. 7: In Pittsburgh, 5; in Baltimore, 4: In ChiI. T . Chester, Neb.; Mlnnewaukan, Feb. 6 At White River. Vt. thermomcago, 4. from excessive heat Near Ox- N. D.. Loriiner, la.: Elmo, Mo.; Ceresco, eter at 65 below; Lake Champluln frozen ford, Neb., 4 In railway accident. Neb.; Gallen.Mlch.: Kalamo.Mlch.; Greenover. Jun. 4 Near Douglas, Wyo., 7 drowned. ville, O.; Dcver, Me.: Odell, Neb., ManFeb. 25 At Portland, Ore, and Tacoma, 24 111., G from eating Y ; Williams, Jun. At Arensvllle, chester, N Y.; Barkers, N. diseased meat. A. T . AltaVista. la.: Crystal Lake, Mich.; earthquake. ..At St. Louis, earthquake. Mar. 27 At Jefferson, la., thermometer Jul. 4 At Chicago, 10 In Independence Lockport. Ill , Plkevllle, Tenn.: Bingham, 9i in day celebrations. U. T.. Camilen, Mich.; State Center, la: atApr. 2 the shade. Lewisburg, Ky., nearly wiped out Jul. 5 At Baxter Springs, Kan., E In Llbertyvllle, ill.; Conway Springs, Kan.; by cyclone. cyclone ...Near Memphis, at island No. Lenoxdale, Mass.; Oneida, Kan.; CamMay 3 Deadly cyclone at Sioux Center 40. fi drowned bridge. O.. Falrchlld, Wis., Alta. la.; la. Jul. S At Detroit, Mich.. 5 in Are ...At Cere3, Pa., Henderson, Mich ; Anchor, 111.: and Perkins, Herrlngton, Kan., May 6 At a cloudPenn Yan, N. Y.. 5 drowned in Lake Kenka. Iwndale. 111.: Madlsonvllle, Ky., and burst. Jul 19 Oft Santa Cruz Island, Cal., sloop Mount Pleanant, Tenn. May 13 Severe frosts Injure crops In Restless reported lost; 16 drowned. Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Jul. 27 Near Three States, Mo., 7 by FOKElttX. Illinois. Indiana. Ohio, New York, Pennlightning. president of sylvania. Virginia and West Virginia. Jul 31 Near Socorro, N. M., 7 In cloudJan. 15. Caslmer-Perle- r, Jun. 15 Part of Grayson county, Tex., Trance, resigns. burst. by cyclone. Aug 4 Oft New Jersey shore 5 drowned Jan. 17. M. Felix Faure elected president devastated At Keyavllla, Ga., every house Jun. 27 during tornado. of France. wrecked by cyclone. 7 At Grant Station, N. M., 12 In IS. Hawaiian revolutionists start Aug. Jan. Jun. 23 Near Lenotr City, Tenn., cloudrail-RamrecV. battle In which several are killed, but no burst. Aug. & At N-- w York. 7 by collapsing of advantage (rained. Winona. Mo., wiped out Jul. building Jan. 22. At London. Lord Randolph burst..6..North Dakota's storm by clouddamages Aug. 16 Near Mehaffy, Pa., S by premaChurchill. British statesman, died. Canton. blast explosion Jan. SO. In North sea, steamer Elbe 40,000 acre-- t of grain.. .At cyclone. Kan., ture everj building wrecked by Aug. is At Ocean City. Mo., 7 by capsizsinks, 314 lives lost. Jul. 8 At Springfield, Mo., earthquake. Chinese stronging of boat . .At Denver, Col., 20 by exJan. SI. Jul. r Ice forms In Iowa, South Dakota hold, captured by Japanese forces. plosion In Gunry hotel and Wisconsin. Aug. 20 At Braddock, Pa.. 6 by explosFeb C Queen LlltuokalanI formall) abJuL 20 Deer Creek, Minn., destroyed by Buffalo, 7 by foundering of yacht dicates Hawaiian throne. ion... At cyclone. Mar. 12. Off Cuba, a Spanish ....At Coeur d' Alene. Wash.. 4 on burning Jul. 23 At Brecon, O., cloudburst. bridge Ares upon American mail steamer Jul. 23 At Central City, CoL, and Black-haw- k, Aug 21 Off Kodak Island, Wash., sealcloudburst. ing schooner Walter Karle reported lost; Mar. IS. Great Britain sends Nicaragua Jul. 30 At Welston. O., cloudburst. IS drowned ultimatum demanding $75,000 for expulsion 31 Near Socorro. IJ. M., cloudburst Jul. Aug. 27 At Wapakoneta. O.. 3 men fatalof Minister Hatch. At Adelaide, Col., cloudburst. ly Injured as result of strike on waterApr. 10 Cuban revolutionary party deSep. 12 Phenomenally hot weather folworks trenches. clares Independence of Cuba lowed by snow In many states; Chicago Aug. 29 At Central City, Col., 14 in floodApr. 15. Treaty of peace between China ed mlnei. and Japan signed; It provides for Corea's thermometers i registered drop of 25 degrees In 3 hour-Sep. 4 At Springfield, 111 , S by falling Independence; Japan's retention of conWenona, 111., earthquake Oct. 7 lower.,.. At Providence, R. I., 5 by asphyx- quered places, permanent cession of For- damaged Near mine. coal mosa to Japan and Indemnity of $100,000,000. iation. Oct. 31 Earthquake felt In Illinois, Mich6 In Are. Japan that Sep. t At Karnest, Pa., Apr. 24. Russia Intimates to treaty igan. Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, MisSep 7 At Specht's Ferry la., 5. dynavarious conditions In China-Japa- n souri, Kansas, Nebraska and central southwhich Ruitsia could not allow to be exmite discharge. ern states. Sen. 11 Near Ashby. Minn.. 6 in railway ecuted. Nov. 25 Heavy snowstorm throughout Apr. 27.At Bonzey, France, bursting At Loulsillc, Ky.. 4 by caisson collision the west; telegraph and telephone service ISO deaths.. ..Nicaragua proexplosion. dyke causes crippled In Chicago arid vicinity. Sep. 12 Near Houghton. Mich., 30 in tects agalrt Britain's military occupation Nov. 26 At Franklin, Ind., city hall blown Osceola mine lire. of Corinto. Apr. 23. Great Britain promhes with-- , down In blizzard. Sep. 26 Near Leadvllle, Col., 6 by exDec IS Near Sherman, Tex., immense plosion at Belgian mine. drawal ol ships from Corinto on NicaSep. SO Near lndependence.Mo., 6 by preragua's agreement to pay $75,000 smart damage13by cyclone.Iowa, Michigan, WisIllinois. Dec money In 35 days. mature blast explosion. consin. Missouri and Kansas visited by reApr 30. Nicaragua accedes to Englana's Nov 3 At New York, 4 In Are. markable rainfall for the season. Nov. 6 At Detroit, Mich., 37 by boiler proposition. The following places have during the At New explosion In Journal building May 6. On advice of Trance. Russia and year been visited by more or less tllsi-trou- s Germany, Japan renounces claim to perYork, 6 In Are. cyclones and tornadoes. Covington, Nov. 16 At Cleveland. O., IS by electric manent cession of Liau Tung peninsula. firTenn.; Denlson. Tex.: Augusta, Ga.; Jun. 4 Spain apologizes for gunboat motor going through open draw. Columbus, Ga.; Washington county, Ala.; ing on AUIanca. Nov. 22 At Chicago. 5 In Are. Nov. 20 Near Carmel, N. Y., 14 miners by Jun. 23 Lord Rosebery. British premier, Matties Landing. Ala.: Patterson, Kan.; vote Newton, Kan.: St. Joseph, Mo.: Lockport. falling earth and rock. and cabinet resign, because of adverse sumTex.; Hartford, Kan.; Kenwood, la.; AlLord Dec 3 At Rosenborough, Ark., II negroes In house of commons. cabinet. Salisbury new bert Lea. Minn.; Balrd, Tex.: Baxter moned to form from strychnine poisoning. 40 Henry Springs, Kan.; Putnam county, Ga : Mormiles from Huron Isle. Dec Jun. 29. Thomas aged 70. Huxley, sciengan county, Ga.: Canton, Kan.: Cherry Campbell tist, died In London, Marquette. Mich., tug Pearl B. Hill, N. J.: Wood Haven. L. I : St. Clair. Jul. 18. Stefan M. Stambu.off, InSlcted lost with crew of 7 men At Rutherford, Mich.: FIndlay, O.: ConnelHvllle (Pa.) of Bulgaria, died of wounds N. J.. 4 in Are. Sofia. 13 At La Folette. Tenn., 4 by premaroko region; Kewaunee, 111.; Rcnsselear,, by assassins at Dec Jul. 30. Bi'tlsh election returns show Ind. Syracuse. N. V.: Huntingdon, Tenn.-ture powder and dynamite explosion.... to Door Near Greenville. O., fi at a Dayton & Union new parliament 341; be made up as follows: Point county. Wis.; Dane, Wis., and Crown O. liberal unionists, 70 railway crossing. Conserva-lve- s. . by government ,.-total. 411: liberals, 174;2; At Big Stone Gap, a., Dec 14falling. NECROLOGY. 70: Parnellites, 13. labor, bowlder oppos'tion, 259. Dec IS At New York, 9 by explosion on Jan. C Congressman Gen. Philip Sidney In batgep. 9, Cubans-defea- t steamship St. Paul. Post, of Illinois, in Washington: aged 62. Dec 19 Near Raleigh, N. C, 43 by tle at Puerto Principe. Jan. 9 Dr. John Newton waddell, promSep. 11. Near Caraagucy, Cuba, Insurexplosion In coal mine. inent educator, at Birmingham, Ala., aged Dec. 20 Near Monroe, Mo., 6 drowned gents kill over 700 Spaniards .S3. Pfris, Prof. Louis Pasteur, during freshet....Near Dayton, Tenn., 2? Sep. 2S.-- At Chadwlck at Salem, Jan. 15 eminent bacteriologist, dltd, aged 73. miners by explosion of Ore: aged 65. Oct. 2. Over 150 killed In riot oetween Jan. 3i Judge E. Rockwood Hoar, THE MOKE.STARTI.INO CRIMES. Turks and Armenians In Constantinople. s States attorney general, at Concord, with Russia Oct. Jan. S State Treasurer W. W. Taylor, of demand16forJapan complies of troops from Mass.: aged 79... .Ward McAllister, New speedy removal Dakota, missing; accounts short society leader: aged 64. York South Lalo Tung... .Brazil recognizes Cubans as J3S0.O00. Feb. 8 John Lcavltt Stevens, our wife to Hawaii: age.d 74. Jan. 14 John Harris andavoid killed their belligerents. resigns because Oct. 2S. French cabinet starvation baby and themselves to Feb. 14 United States minister to MexIn of government defeaton chamber of depunear Taxton, Neb. Hotelllng, railway ico, Isaac P. Gray, at City of Mexico; aged Southern of llolllng ties during debate 67, Jan. IS Samuel scandal. ..In Baiburt district, Turkey, 160 Green, Minn., killed his wife and her parFeb. 20 Frederick Douglass, freedman, Armenians killed by pursuers. ents; was then slain orator and diplomat; aged 78.. ..Ex-Gochosen poet lauOct. 2S. Alfred Benjamin F. Prescott at Epplng, N. H.; Mar. 12 Five men killed In riot by Great Britain. (white) dock laborers In New Orleansiwas reate of11 Villages of Zcltoun, aged 62. Nov. result of race war.. ..Nine Italians killed Narl attacked and plundered by Bell and Feb. 27 Gen. Mason, a Brayman. ArmeniCity, Mo.; agnd by American miners In the Walsenburg ans; many inhabitants killed. of Idaho, at Kan-et(CoL) district. 8L agitation has exNov. If . Apr. 12 Four men killed In railway tended throughout northern Syria; many Feb. IS cman Ward, at Cheslaborers' riot at Slloam Springs. Ark. Apr. 13 Henry Long shot his wife and murdered at Aleppo. Dumas, novelist ana ter, Pa.: aged 68. Nov. 27. Alexandre 20 Gen. Philip St. George Cooke, In brother-in-laMar. Joe Whldlngton, then killed playwright, died In Parts, aged 71. Detroit, Mich.; aged "3. himself, at Purvis, Miss.: jealousy...-Joh- n Dec 7 Mrs. Bliss, of writes that over Mar. 29 Maturln M. Ballou, of Boston, SeJpar. of Cleveland, killed Carl Rlchter, missionary In Armenia, Memphis, Tenn.. editor, publisher and writer, In Cairo, wounded Albert Rlchter.a brother.and two been Armenians ..Mike Pfelfle, ethers, then killed himself..his sweetheart, 100.W0 there can behave doubt butchered; and Egypt: Saged 75. outrages no that Augustus A. Judge and Apr. that of Tacoma, Wash., killed had sultan's sanction. ...Georgo Scott Sloan, at Beaver Dam, Wis.; nged 75. Maggie Koertder, then himself. Jealousy. Journalist, died at BrighApr. 9 W. Jennings Demorest, a founder Apr. 25 Robert Owen killed his wife and Sala,Eng.; n nged 67. of the prohibition party. In New York. Dr. J. P. Simmons at Houston, Tex., then ton, Dec 10 Sultan grants the powers firApr. IR Robert C. Wyckllffe. almans permitting passage of a second of Louisiana, at Shelbyvllle. Ky. Apr. 27 George Jacob Schwelnfurth. ArStates Senator James Aor: 25 leged Christ, found guilty of adultery, at guardshlp through the Dardanelles.... says Rockford, 111., and confined In county Jail. menian patriarch at ConstantinoplenorthF. Wilson, at Fairfield,t,la.; aged 63. G 30 Fulton Gordon killed his wife and number of homeless Armenians In Apr. SO Levi B. Taf eminent Jurist, at Apr. eastern vilayets of Asia Minor Is nearly Archie Brown, son of governor of Ken- . ri00,Ooa....At Treblzond the bishop and 5 Pontiac, Mich.: aged 73. S. May 7 Green, of New Robert tucky In bawdy house Jn Louisville.. e. ecclesiastics burned alive by Turks; fresh Hoosier-villJames Young killed his wlfo atand killed pulrages also In other parts of Asia Minor Jersey, Sat Elizabeth: aged 65. May James A. Weston, cf then went to Brazil. Ind.. Fulgham . Chloera raging again in Russia. Hampshire, at Manchester. himself. ...Abbott and John bee. 12 British and Italian gunboats New MayO A. M. Hamilton, (brothers! and Beauregard Townsend and Newbern, Dryad nnd Archlmede Dassed straits of the at Fort Wayne, Ind. aged CI. his son killed In pitched battle at Dardanelles because of disorder at Stare' May 12Gen. Charles Sutherland (reTenn. Mave-Jam-es Herbert, of New York, boul ...M. Adrlen Lachenal elected prestired). In Washington. ...Ex-Go- v Rev. Ira Swiss republic. Me.: aged killed his wife, then drowned himself; ident of14 dispatch announces J. Chase, of Indiana, nt Lubec, Seelye, ex- text-booDec Julius 11. Jealousv....In discussion over Benjamin resignation A Madrid of Gen. Martinez Campos from In schoolhouse near Como. Col., resident of Amherst college, at Amherst, command of Spanish army In Cuba, Gen. S fass.; aged 7L Ratcllffe killed Samuel F. Taylor. L F. Weyler to succeed him. May 16 Rear Admiral John X. Almy, U. and George D. Wyatt. all members Dec 16 Over 1.000 killed by attack of S. navy (retired). In Washington; aged 80 of school board. Moore, postmaster at MassalV followers on a caravan nearEI-dor- a, , Jun. S G. D. Tipton Steern, Peter H. Burnett, of CaliforAfrica. assistant Keavy, Ky., and nia, a.t an Francisco: aged S7. Dec. a) Sultan orders troops postmaster, killed each other In duel. Mav 21 Congressman William Cogswell, Williams, of Francli. and destroy Zeltoun. and massapre its Jun. of Sslem. Mass.. at Washington: aged 57. Armenian Inhabitants. Kan., attemntedto kill his wife. Miss Alice May 23 Henry A. Chittenden, philanSmith and. WlBlam Smith, then killed his thropist and abolitionist, at Mt. Clair. N. ' INDUSTRIAL. two children and self. J.: aged 79 Hugh McCulIoch, Lincoln's Jun. IS While Insane Mrs. Sanford Glllls ana Arthur's secretary of treasury, at (N. Y.) trolley lines Jan. near tied up by strike poisoned her three children and-self-, Washington: aged 85. Bhellsburg.Ia. Q. May 27 Secretary Brooklyn, FJrst Brigade ol Jan. At Inc.. Mrs. Nancv juLl At Jefferonville, children and self. millt a (4,800 men) called out to quell street Gresham: aged Ca. .of.. State Walter polsonedTier two Bennett AugUBtua-JleldsGoldsmith W.Hewltt.atBIrmlngham, Ala.; , of Meadowvllle, car riots. Jul. 4 nged 61. Mo., killed wife, child and self. Jan. 23--At Wheeling, W.n Vx., Buektyw Lewis E. Tarsons, of Jun. S men. Indians Threo Jul. 23 flght. whites and six Wyo.... glass works started by Hole. at Jackson's social partj at Jan. 24 Building tradea council of St Alabama, at Montgomery. Smith, once killed In Jun. 23 Gen. Green Clay Louis adopt new constitution abolishing Four kllledJn a quarrel ata candidate for president, at the walking delegate, declaring strikes a ?irchibltlcn aged 63. Union RJdge, W-- Va. 27 Henry Bradahaw killed his wife, and arbiSO failure, boycotts JuL William Jj Jun. daughter and eejf. nsar Paris. Tex. battle tration tbeonly method of sett'lngstrlkes. Parrott, at Evansvule, Ind.; aged 70. --Forty negroes wounded in n 30 At Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug; Jan. JuL 4 Chief Justice Harlow 8. Ortop, of between whites and blacks, at Spring Wisconsin, at Madison: aged 78. Feb, 12At Brooklyn, N. Y., trolley strike E.A. Stevenson, of Idaho, JuL 6 VAuegt24:Three killed and 1 fatally dec'arsd PtT, companies agreeing- to take committed su!cld at Peraiso Springs, CeL wounded In flght "between Con and Thomas mtn back. 14 Congressman Frederick Remanu, Ky. Feb.J.4 At Wheeling, W. Va.. strikers HtJuL families near WhJUjfbury. shot his wife at Vacdalia, 111,; aged 43. destroy Buckeye glass factory with dynaAug. soJack Wilson JuL 30 Judge John Dean Caton, In ChiMich-- , thea Battfa Crk. mite. cago. Feb, 26 At Monongahela City. Pa., river composer Oct. S Thosiaa Epeer of Pike county, Auj. 7 Ga.,. killed Mb nine children. mlneni decide to strika for old of var songs and love ballads, on Bailey's s force flrlng on mob at rate. Oct, Island, Mo.; aged 74. Mar 0 In Pittsburgh district many coal Tlfflru O., kljled Christian Mott and Henry Aug. 8 Howell Edmunds Jacxscn. assooperai ore concedo advance in wag scaje ciate Justice o U. 8. supreme court, at BNov!"l-- At San PranclS50,Theodoreur asked by striking miners. aged 68. Apr 30-- In Flat Top rant found guilty of murdering Blanche 1Knfo mine In&upurate. coal regipn Pra.) West Mead. Tenn.: senator Sara Bll Aug; 16 Ex-S." strike. Maxey from Texas, at Eureka Springs, Philadelphia, H.H Holmes May 1 Masslllon (OJ district miners enArk.; ared TQ. suspend twork until wags scale fer found guilty of murdering B. ?.Vvm Mrs, 5, Renator J. S. Lewis, Sep, 2 Ex-suing year is made and signed. Nov. 13TVilIlam Kuntz murdered near Harrisonburg, Va.: aged 67... girl, at 10,000 men Idle Caroline Menn and Mar C--At St. Louis, nearly and brickyard Charles Anderson, of Ohio, at Kutta-w- a. on a(;count of Ky. Sfofawf kna Allen killed William Cross,r employes' strike ' Oct. 4 Co. Majfl4Carnegie Steel pent. advance ColumbiaProf. HJalmftrJHJorth Boyesen, of a woundedt- - .girl and killed himself, near Mc-college, noted Ilprwegian auVtaA Tlanker killed 2C,e09 men 10 per thor, in New York; aged 4T. Miss Cora Harrison, then himself, atj Malf24Plttsburfh (.Pa.) miner? (23,006) pet. 7Wllliam Wettmore Story, Amsterdam, N. x.: jealousy. return 1to workPittsburgh, yslop. Labor American sculptor. In Rome. Dec 7 Near Dexter, la.. Grant Hlpbs Ju.nl Qen. William Mabone, himself; Insanity. Leaglje. At western Pennsylvania, ergan-ta- ;j InOct. S shot his wife, then killed of Ti' Washington: aged 6. flay and object, ,10 establish Dec. 9 August Nibleen fatally ehot AnOct. J4 EXiGoy; ISltehs. P. Ferry, of nie Bundy, at Peshtlgo, Wis., then killed Jncrcnso wages. Washington, at Seattle; aged . " coal mlnr'acoef jpraU hlmseir....Wi!Hem Kajr tilled hie wife and Oci-- Jwi nte OUvee Asm. of Maiw- self at Coal Creek, Col. Miss.; afed St hanged at prs termsw rf Hcfents ptton, njn lfckr 1 chusetts. In Ncrth Eaaton. CharlesJI, Van TP-lo10 Harry Hayward opratri deewen tmd taoe t Dec JuCv Pdnator MJiKrOrerfceia'iimlon o Minneapolis for murder of Catherine Giog. f .It "TJtf tt11 a vTkiW"r1 A ut ol . o Jufir-KewTl- ork etty tai!ore;trSi ft? TJi fatally .shot fcli Dee. lMos Goodrich 2ov. 4 Eugene Field.vso'et and humorist. . bevt. hlrhiir wae4S ;c wife at iAtMtaMpAia, men tuxea cimseiiv f Chcaof srd4t). srt xta4i U Bw- - L atNov. 7 Rear Admiral Iobrt.'1iVSh; Dec JS RenwwUer Tripp killed George Jalt CsJpta at CortUiMl, Xb Y., then bhethhra (retjri), in witsainKum, ' Shultltf jJkitt. lAAt TRttabots. , caebtmiUat' '. s4f, Vnu TfCT?s.r rwx CcmKa VnvLt Wtrx Grossman At Ana, IDc C.'iAmrtaif at'BoirttMi. " author an H4!fF HrK O. ij itd Illinois. , r- Mmr Wtf -. Dm, u. (Pa.1 4lKftet Wk -j .. 9 r 'kw.:.jo ana xiuca airs, wunanx cw:alMClkh wm w. j KPQ .inwii'M' ;j" "IT s I film p JPW "g"" ,1 n M9 W.rST1 u-- a. - JWlairiii - -- . sri.""-- " ?'L -- 1 3- It T '. lll nt " f ' do-po- sit 26-er -Sum-mervile. a-iy, n. May-wood, Ard-morman-of-war Jt-- Off to-J- al Are-daEx-Go- v. fire-dam- p. v. Antl-ChrlstlEx-Con- gi well-knowEx-Go- v. Ex-Go- v. ks 61,...Ex-CongresmJIo-Cur- dr NUMBEB Highest of all in Leavening Power;: 30; 12 Ex-t- ? S. Senator Allen G. Thur-ma- n, r.t Columbus. O.: aged H0 8. Bundy. at Wellston, O.; uged 78. Urfg. Gen. W. B. Royall. Dec. V. 8. A., retired, at Washington: aged 70. Dec. 16 .Edward Si....Ex-Con-grcssmcvet nioie. Dec W. Va. Dec 17 Gen. Moses B. Walker, hero of Chlckamauga, at Kenton, O. Dec. IS Capt. Isaac Bassett. assistant doorkeeper or u. H. senate. at Martlnsburg, Neb. Dec. W. A. 16 at Gettysburg, McKelghan, on, Pa....Ex-Con-greasm- at Hastings, B. M. Kitchen, KNOWLEDGE trnis to personal ter than others and enjoy life more,with expenditure, by more promptly the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid Lisativ-principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect ; effectually cleansing the system, dii)clling cold, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, becauo it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. of Figs is far sale by all ill 50c tnd $1 bottles, but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrnp tVj only, whose name is printed on every package, alo the name, Syrup of and being well informed, you will not irxvnt any substitute if offered k-i- s rhtlr Brings comfort and improvement arid enjoyment when used. The many,Vho live bet- lax-oti- ip drcg-ci!-- ts F-j- r, HISTORY OF A YEAR. The Important Happenings of 1895 Noted Chronologically. LIST OF HEAVY BUSINESS 1 FAILURES. otrlfn Krrnt Are of More Than final InLynching Have Bern Jlemark-ali- lj ter Frequent Ilecord of Death I'olltlent and Sporting Note, Etc. vtKo 4 t. ro ITWARDS-S1K-KS nisixnss failcres. or t JCW-habiuties CENERAU.T. and 3an At Birmingham, Ala.. Ctty nationSioux City. la., ridellty Loan Jan 10--At Trust Cn ; J4.200.fr.fl. Jan. 1 Dover (X. H.) NMIonal bank. Jan. 15- - Doer (N. II.) rive Cent Sa vines t ank Jan. 21 At Blnehamton. X. T.. Mer- hants' imnk. Jan 24 At Atlanta. Gconc.a Mining & Manufacturing Co.: J3,Oon,W Jan. 31 Trenton (Neb) bark. ...At New Tork. Leonard Smokeless Fowler Co.: $10.-000 Feb. 2 At New Tork. EastMelank. Feb 11 -- - Sur rlor (Neb.) bank.... Lee6- 'irir ria ) bank. Pa.. Linden Steel Vr b 12 At C reb 15 At Richmond. Vju. Bank of al bunk J.i 16-- Fltt-burg- li. Lex-'r.jrt- cn At Duluth. Minn.. 'William Tel owner of larce tracts of mining and t'mlxT landi. J6"0.0W.. rt-25 At Lake Cltr. Minn.. Merchants' 'mnk Mar 1 At Provident. It. i., Sherman lUley. bankers; Jl.l6o6. ..Holdredge Xb bank. Texarkana. Tex.. Flr-- it naMar tional Mnk Mar 16 At Chicago. AVatcr Co.: tl.000,000. Mar IS National bank of Kansas City; Jl i'.00a. Mar 20 Miscow (Idaho) Commercial bank Mar 21 At Warrensburg. Mo., Johnson bank. onty 23 In Perry county, 1 a., Newport Mar oj.oslt bank. Mar Zr At New York. E S. Jaffray &. o drv jcood") merchantf: J!.vio.(iO. (N. H.) savings bank: Mar jjwvt.r). -- At Cincinnati. Commercial bank: Mar 27 jtr.iOOCO .At Stanton. Neb.. State bank 'Marence (Mo) bank. ,1 Mar 2Canton (Kan.) bank.. ..Bristol .Torn ) Lank &. Trust Co. (Mo ) bank. Springs Mar Apr 1 Stevens Point (Wis.) Commercial Apr At Ravenna. Neb Tlrst National hank ...At Dublin. Tex., First National "pr At Fort Worth. Tex- - Oity National hanl Apr 3 Bladen (Neb.) bink. ..Axtell i Neb ) bank. (Mo ) State bank. Apr. Apr. 12 Fresno (Cal.) Ixan & Sartngs . C- -At Vi-iral ..... "re-Nas- hua 5-- Boston. Baldwin Bros." Co.. ...At Beaver City, Neb.. t mas oounty bank. Kyt. 20-- At Ocala. Fla.. First national Apr 22 At WlUlmantlc. Cor.n.. First national bank. At WlUlmantlc Conn.. Dime sav-tnApr bank. . al Apr 27 At Rome. Ga.. Merchants rpsume). bank (authorized Aug. May 1 At Big Stone Gap. Ya.. Appala- ' .an bank. Newkirk, O. T., Bank of Com- May -At May 4 At Minneapolis. Minn.. N. P. f 'larke & Co., lumber Arm: $700.00". i" Mav 16 At Redwood Falls. Minn., lwnk May Street Railway Co.; J'2.CKJ0.CI ..At Atlanta. Ga., Piedmont Co ..At Kingfisher. I. T., ComMarble , mercial 21-bank. -At May Seattle. Wash., Merchants national bank Oklahoma Cltr. O. T., OklaJi?n. -At homa national bank. Jun. 3 At Pella. la.. First national bank At Poeton. U. S. Cordage Co.: capital, e. j-- n. 11 At Indlnnapoll. Bank of Orosta (Wash. bank. Bank of Jur. 12 At Metropolis. 111.. N. H Mil- At Nashua, I'.rown Bruner satlrp-- lank. ford Jun. 2( At New York. John Osborn. Son & Co.. wine dealers: J1.330.O00....At Cincinnati, ppecker Rros. k Co., wholesale drv pfod dealers: JjOO.OfO. Sturgreon. Mo.. J iL 2 4 AtAt Cartersvllie. Erehtnce bank. Ga.. Harvard Jiil. bnk. -. t Tina. Mo.. Citizens . bank. Jul. o. J j. 12 Oloverdale (Ino.) bank. ...At Campbell Commlselon Co. Jul 16 N'orborne (O.) bank Carrollton county (0 1 bank. j-- l. Everett, Wash.. Puget Sound At national bank. lank. Jul. 23 Archie Jul. 26-- At West Superior, Is., Superior national bank. Jul. At Denver. CoL. Union national Jul" Mexico. Mo.. Salisbury bank . At WMt Superior. Wis, Keystone national bank. .... Jn! 31 At Kansas City, Mo.. Dollar bank. Aug Olorado Springs. Col.. City At -Titte bank. Aug. -At Trenton. N. J., Frank A.3U-5own?W)0,onri; At South Sioux Qty. Neb.. CitiAuk zens' state bank. Aug 6 At Denver. Rocky Mountain ravings bank. Ag -At Boston. C T. & G W. Eddr. commission merchants; J1.0d!',eoo....BucK-ne- r (Mo.) bank. City OYash) bank. Aug. ng. 12At South Bend. Wash.. Tlrst national bank. Aug. 13 Shelby (Tenn.) bank. ash. Aug 19 Bank of Tacoma. Aug 23 At Franklin. O.. First national Aur 24 At Kenosha, Wis.. Dan Head & Co s bank . .Dawn (Mo.) bank. Aug 31 At Storm Lake. Ia Buena Vista state bank. Sep 4 At Ladonla, Mo.. Farmer Sep 13 At Thiluth. Minn.. Iron Exchange Sep 13 Kearney (Neb.) national. bank. Sep. 17--At Perry. O T . State bank. Republican City. Neb.. SUta Sep. 20-- At 2S-- At New Orleans. Cooperative Sep , Banking association. Sep. iS-- At .Pawnee, O. T- - Farmers and, bank. Citizens Oct. 1 Blaine (Wash.) Slate bank... .At Chicago. Produce Cold SWrage exchange ....In Barry county. JI04 hanks at Monett OcCV-At Creighton. S4o Farmers' and Merchants bank. OcL II At Omaha. Jfeb., ClUsena' atat rokers Apr Jf-- At JKfl.WO t 23-- cs nt-t"n- S- Cltl-yenf- l- Com-trerr- Chl-cas- 17-- 2&-- ..., Ex-Go- v. 1&-F- 12,-0- 00 n- 2- lfc-- Ex-Go- v. non-unio- S- milltla-wjth-draw- - Ex-Go- v. ... t, 6?-c- Inaugurated Jan. 3 Gov. Chas. A. Bushlel (X. H.) Inaugurated ...Gov. Henry B. Cleves (Me.) Inaugurated. Jan. 7 Gov. W. H. I'pham (Wis.) In augurated.. Gov. Rlc) ards (Wyo.) in- auguraiea. Jan. John E. Jones (Neb.) inaugurated... .Gov. Mclntyre (Col.) Inaugurated. Jan. 11 Gov Budd (Ca..) Inaugurated. Jan. 14 Congressman John C. Black (I1L) resigns. Jan. 15 John M. Thurston (Neb.) elected to U. S. senate. ...Gov. Hastings (Pa.) Chas. Culberson (Tex.) inaugurated. ...McMillan and Burrowi (Mich.) elected to U. S. senate....U. S. Senator Hoar (Mass.) reelected. ...U. 8. Sena-o- r Wm. E. Chandler (N H.)reclected Jan 16 Gov. Lord (Ore.; Inaugurated.... Lee Mantlo and T. H. Carter (Mon.) elected to U S. senate.. E. O. Wolcott (Col.) elected to 3. senate. ...At New Tork, G. 8. Morrison (111.) elected president of American Society of Civil Engineers., ..At Chicago. J. B. Furrow elected 1st president of National Farmers' Federation. Jan. 22 Following elected to V. 8. senate: Shelby M. Cullom (111.), F. E. Warren (Wyo.). C. D. Clark (Wyo.), J. N. Dolph (Ore.), Lucien Baker (Kan.).Horacs Chilton (Tex.). Wm. J, Sewall (N. J.), Geo. C. Perkins (Cal.), R. F. Pettlgrew (8. D.), I. G. Harris (TennJ, Marion Butler (N. C. and S. B. Elklns (W. Va.)....At Cleveland. O., hay dealers form national organization. Jan. 23 Gov. Nelson (Minn.) sleeted to V 8. senate. Jan. 2oMcaragua canal bill passes U. S. senate, vote 31 to 21. Jan. 2S President sends congress special message on financial situation. Jan. 2? Jas. H. Berry (Ark.) elected to V. S. senate.. .At Washington, national board of trade In 27th annual session. Jan. 21 Lieut. Gov. Clough (Minn.) becomes governor. Feb. i At Atlanta, Ga., Susan n. Anthony elected president of National American woman Suffrage association. Feb. 5 At Raleigh, N. C. annual convention of supreme council of National Farmers' alliance; Feb. G Gen John M.Schofleld nominated for lieutenant general by President Cleveland. Teh. 7 Mayor Strong (K. Y. city) accepted resignations of all Tammany official-!. Fell. S President's menage announcing gold loan of $62,500,000 read before congress Feb. IS At Cleveland, annual convention of National Electric Light association. Feb. 13 At New Vork, League of American Wheelmen, In annual session. Feb. 20 At New York American Publishers" association In annual session. Feb. 21 At Washington. Mrs. Mary Mcroter elected president of Congress P of Daughters of the American Revolution. Feb. 23 Geo. W. McBride (Ore.) elected Ic .. S. senate.. ..Senator M. W. Ransom N C) made minister to Mexico. ...At Washington, Nelson Dingley. Jr., (Me.) elected president of Congressional Temperance society. W. Showalter (111.) named Feb. for Judge of 7th U. S, Judicial circuit. Feb. 27 Postmaster General Bissell resigned. Feb. W. I Wilson (W. Va.) named for postmaster general. Mar. 7 Geo. L. Shoup (Ind.) elected to U. S. senate. Mar. 19 Recall of L. A. Thurston, Hawaiian minister to U. S., demanded fo undiplomatic conduct. May 8 Gov. Peter Turney (Tenn.) Inaugurated. . At Springfield, Mass., International convention of Y. M. C A. May 9 Col. Henry A. Dupont (Del.) elected to V. S. senate. May 11 At Milwaukee, V.'. J Travnor (Mich.) elected supreme preslCsnt of A. May 20 U. S. supreme court decided income tax to be unconstitutional. May 27 U. S. supreme court affirms constitutionality of Geary Ch'neso exclusion act; also denies E. V. Debs (A. P.. U. president) writ of habeas corpus. May 30 At Chicago, dedication of monument to confederate dead. Jun. 7 Attorney General Olnev ap pointed secretary of state; and Judge tlarv montu.j attorney generan Jun. 13 Whisky trust declared by Illinois supreme court to be Illegal. Jun. 20 At Cfcveland, Gen. E. A. (N y.) elected president of National Republican league. Jun. 26 At Boston, biennial convention of international supreme lodge of Order of Good Templars. Jun. 27 At Chattanooga, Tenn., International conference of Epworth League. Jul. 3 Senator Stewart (Nev.) elected president of Supreme Temple, EH fer Knights of America. Jul. 11 At Boston, Dr. Francis E. Clark reelected president of Y. P. S. C E....At Denver, N. C. Doughety (III.) elected president of National Educational association. JuL 19 At Baltimore, J. H. Chapman (III.) reelected president of B.Y.P U.A.... At Denver, S. W. Johnson (Conn.) elected of American agricultural Iresident experimental stations. and Jul. 29 At Chicago, debate on "Coin's Financial Sclfool" between Messrs. Horr and Harvey closed after 9 days of talk. Aug. 29 At Boston. W. La Rue Thomas (Ky.) elected grand master of Knights Templar In triennial conclae....At DeOglesby (HI.) elected presitroit dent of Waif Savers' association. Sep. 12At Louisville, Ky., Col. L N Walker (Ind ) elected commander-In-chlof G. A. R. In national encampment. Sep. IS Cotton States and International exposition at Atlanta opened. Sep. 22 Lieut. Peary and party reach St. Johns, N. F., from Arctic exploring expedition. Sep. S4 At Chicago, organization of Irish National alliance effected; object, to secure Ireland's independence. Sep. 23 Gen. Nelson A. Miles succeeds Lieut Gen. Schofield, as commander of U. S. army. Oct. 2 Texas legislature makes felony.. ,.U. S. Protestant Episcopal church In 3Sth triennial convention. st Oct. 10 At Wllltamsnort. Pa.. master General Wanamaker elected president of American Sabbath School assertion. 22 At Baltimore, Frances WTllard Oct. reelected president oC W. C. T. U. Oct. 24 At Washington, Senator Hoar elected president of national conference cf Unitarian churches.... At Detroit, "Merrill E. Gates (MassJ elected president of American Missionary association. Nov. 6 Election results in various states as follows: New York, republican, 01,757 demoplurality (city of New York going Green-halge cratic) : Massachusetts reelects Gov, 68,000 plurality; New Jersey. (rep.), J. W. Griggs (rep-- ) for governor, 27,000; Pennsylvania, republican, 174,442; Ohio, Asa S. Bushnell (rep.) for governor, 95,348;3; Iowa, F. M. Drake (rep.) for governor, Maryland.Lloyd Landers (rep.) for governor, 19.113. Kentucky. W. O. Bradley (rep.) for governor, 17,000; Nebraska, 10,000: Kansas, republican, 50,000: Utah, for statehood and H. M. Wells (rep.), 2.4O0; Mississippi, A. J McLaren, (dem.) for governor, 60,000; Virginia, democratic, Nov. 18 At Worcester, Mass., J.H.Brlg-lia- m (O ) relected national masler of Grange Patrons of Husbandry. Nov. 21 E. V. Debs (A. R. U. president), released after 6 months' confinement' from Woodstock (111.) Jail. Dec 3 At Minneapolis, temperance congress (designed to embrace all temperance organizations In the country) oiganlzed.... Burns W. Pockham, of Albany. N. Y.. nominated by president for associate Jus-tiof U. S. supreme court. Dec 9 Senate confirmed nomination of Rufus H. Peckham (N. Y.) to be associate Justice o IT. 8. supreme court. Dec. 10 Republican national committee, In &esIon at Washington, decided convention would meet In St. Louis, June 16. 1S3S. ....William O. 3radley, 1st republican governor of Kentucky. Inaugurated. Dec. 13 Carl Schurz (N. Y.) reelected president of National Service Reform , league, at Washington. Dec 14 Samuel Gompers elected president of American Federation of Labor In cession at New York. Dec. 17 President Cleveland sentfe to. congress message cn Venezuelan boundary' Suestlon, making public the England and insisting upon, validity of MonrgeTdoclrlne, passes Dec IS House of repres-nfatlvbill appropriating $160,000 for expenses e; commission to examine into England's Venezuelan boundsry claims as r?com-menf- le in apeelarmessasre, De C: 2ft Senate unanimously passesoousc bill "appropriating- - $109,030 for Venezuelan boundary commission.;.. President fiends congreFs special message on financial situation. 8--Gov. POLITICAL bOCIAX, HKLIOIOC3 AN1I KUb'CATION'AL, Jan J. T. Rich (Mich.) Inaugurated, ...Gov. Levi P. Morton N. Y.) Gov. l. -.- .m onicago, Lee Itlcnaicsu.. rode bicycle backward mile In 4:04 18 At Saginaw, Mich.. Robert J. Jul. paced mile In 203. JuL 27 George Wolfe, from to New York, on bicycle. In 6 ds."I lira. S mln. Aug. 1 At Cleveland, Joe Patchen defeated Robert J 'pacing 4 heats in average of 2:04';. A"ug,? At Decatur, IlL.ElflePow.-rsan- d Fvstora Wilkes (team) pace mile !r 215. Aug. 3 At Chicago, Eddie Bald made competitive mile m bicycle In l:MVa. Aug. 14 At New York, Fred Titus rode bicycle 10 miles In 2058 Aug. 15 At Chrveland. O., Louh Gtmm rode bicycle 455 miles In 24 hours. ...At Bloomlngton, 111., Tom Robinson ran IOC yds. In 9 5 sec Aug. 28 "Tommy" Conneff, amateur, ran mile m 4:15 Sep. 2 At Denver, O. B. Ilackenbcrger rode bicycle 25 miles In 104 Sep. 12 In New York bay. International yacht series on by American yacht. Defender.. ..At Springfield, Mass., bicycle-recordIn tournament broken as follows: W. C F. J. Titus, ' Sanger. 2 n 27 miles 185 yds.. 1 hr.: miles, lies, 4:24; Starbuck, 5 10:11; E. C. Bald.-J- i mile. 1:01. Sep. 14 At ChI;ago, Fred A. W.iee and Hector MacGagan, tandem bicycle century In 7 hrs. J3 mln. Sep. 17 Morton Duxbury rode blcjvle from Providence, R. I., to San Francisco and back in 48 ds. 18 hrs. Sep. 21 At Manhattan field, N. Y., world's records broken In races, all by Americans, as follows: Kllpa trick, SS0 yds. run. 1:532-M. F. Sweeney, running high Jump, 6 f L m In.: R. J. Wef rs, 220 yds. run, 21 Sep. 2C Western Baseball association closes season with Lincoln (Neb.) club as champions. Sep. 30 Seaso-- i of National Baseball league ends with Baltimore club as cham-p'oand Cleveland 2d. Oct. 8 Templei cup won by Cleveland Baseball club in neries of games with Baltimore club. Oct. 14 At Lexington, Ky..M!s.s Rita and Josle B., paclnf? mares, lowered world's record for team to 2:124. Oct. 21 prizo fight declared off by Florida Athletic elub....At Louisville, Ky., Johnson rodo bicycle 1 mile, Aying start, in 1:44 Oct. 7Z- -x Louisville, Xy.. B. W. Twy-ma- n rode hlcycU 100 miles in 432. Oct. 24 A Lekt. Shore & Michigan Southern from Chicago to Buffalo, N Y.. 510 miles. In 7 hrs. 50 mln. 10 sec; uerege, C4 98 miles an hr. Oct. 23--At Chllllcothe, O., W. W. Wlndle rnrie hleveleX. mtln 1n Jfi & 31 Oct. At Sarnia, Ont., Angus McLeod rode bicycle 1 mile, unpaced. In 1:53 At Denver W. VI. P. paced 2 miles in 422ij , XT., A. 1iuiliu.. V Kliabel rode bicycle 200 miles in 11:46:58. ...At Minneapolis, August A. Hanson In r. bicycle ride made 373 mlles....A Southern Pacific train went from to San rrnnclseo In 3 ds. 2 hrs. 41 mln. Nov. 9 A Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy went from Galesburg, 111., to Men-dot- a, train SO miles. In 60 mln. Nov. 18 At Louisville. Ky.. E. J. Earle rode bicycle 2 miles In 3:431-Nov. 28 At Chlrajro. Charles L. motocycle won motocycle race, 51 miles. In 23 mln 10 hrs. At Chicago, football games as folloT.s: Michigan university, 12; Chicago unlvenlty, 0; Boston and Chicago Athletic assoclitlons tlo In Kansas City, Missouri university, 10; Kansas university. 6. Nov. 30 Prof. Enoth, aquatic performer, stayed under wxter4 mln. 8 sec. Dec 3 At Chey?nno (Wyo.) Jclr.i Greer rode bicycle ' mile in 1:25: Charles ErswcU rode 1 mile (standing start) in 1:40. Dec. 14 At Srracuse, N. Y.. Clearwatei won world'M peol championship, defeating Keogh, of Blnghampton. Dec. IS At Chicago, John Hunter marti 90 balls In continuous pool, 8 points bcttci than world's record. 2-Chl-iag5. 3-5. 7. 100-inl-Ie 5; 5. Corbett-Fitzslmmo3. 1 New-Orlea5. 4; public. "What do you mean by that? demanded the larjje, woman. "I mean there has been no compulsion on the part of vour husband, has there?" "nim?" she ejaculated, turning- to look at the meek" little man sitting behind htr. "I'd like to see him try to compulse me!" Chicago Tribune. florid-face- d Her Voluntary Act. "You sign this deed of your orrc free jvill, do you, madam?" asked tbe'notary Latest U. S. Goi't Report RoYal u&zz&a Ifmpiriie Maatfan. Mr. Bung." "Yes, you are right." "Made the money out of whisky, ABM3LDTEEV "I nee 3011 Baking Powder PURE t Ste A .i(!tQn-lcrtancn- Suitor Reg pardon for interrupting, but I er have just come er that is, I have just fteen to jour daughter, and she referred me to you. Old (Jcntlemuit Gee crickets! I wonder if that girl thinks I am made of money? Von are about the 40thlbill-collectshe has sent to me If she doesn't marry pretty soon, I'll be bankrupt. X. V. Weekly. or to-da- are building a new house, 1 ns lloir ire Squared Thing. When Satan beheld with e.n angry frown. The spread of the bicycle boom. And how it was checking the-- growth of sin, His soul was Immersed in gloom. But he rallied at once, and he Jollied the girls And got them all bicycle mad: And then with a grin that was devilish quite He invented the bloomer fad. N. Y. Herald. THE COMFORTS OF 8TTLE. H. suppose V" "The best thing will be to fill it iu "No." "Why, you are a liquor dealer, are you with ihavings," said the man, and set to work. not?" When he had finished hia employer "Oh, yes! But the money I'm putting into this house was made out of the went and stood on one side of the parwnter 1 put into the whisky. Every tition and called out to the man who on the other aido: farthing wni mude out of the water, "Do yon hear me, Jaatke?" Umdon "20, sir," wa the pronpt reply.. Tit-Bit- s. pabllc writer had a partition wall fixed up fa his study and ordered the carpenters to make It in such a way that no aound could penetrate throujrh A tla raaC teacher. "What is the rausa of your excitement, my denr sir?" queried the teacher. "I was just passing the choolhouev when 1 was set upon and insulted by a gang of young blackguard, and I hae come to see you about it, as 2 understand you are the principal." Texas 8ifting. -- An Inalnnatlna. An excited individual rushed into a Texas schoolhouse and asked for the Tld-Blt- i. IN MM. 41BP9""Taai Not "Her fair head arm." Life. itj 'ipr-'---- - as pilloited on her All roll. Applicautr Cun I get board at your house, ma'am? Landlady No, air; sorry, but vere full. "Will you put me dow n on j our l!st ?" "Ye, but that i full just now!" "Isn't it stnuige that jour husband should have sent me here?" "Not nt till; he is full, too!" Texas Siftings. Always In Stock. Triend I suppose, ,tho congrea--iona- l funejrels are pretty lirely affairs 7. I anppoae o; but I never happened to be selected to attend one. myself. Friend That's singular! You were 32 years in congress, were yon not? Yes, but I don't drink. Puck. II e Ualinel. Ethel (nged six, as th Princeton football team comes on the field) Mercy, mamma! I should fink zose Udiea wwJd be perfec'ly 'shamed to come mt wiv their hair all down an' dirt btvmsers on. Judge. Wm Thlnklag Ihe profession to n position in a hardware store. J Brutu- - Maguire What! leaTe the tage! Never! My dear fellow, think of the many ties J. Caesar Moraudant at Them. (decisively) I tj FIIIkI tha Waa. "1 aftisk," said the editor, "that my paper fills k long-fe- lt want." "It do,"repHed the old subscriber. "My wife has stopped up eery broken pane in the house with-it-. Sates glass. I tell 'ou!" Atlanta Constitution, .JaTr-Ttt- la 25-J-ohn A rrcednt. daughter: "What shall w name the baby, rfister?"' "Cull her Karly, mamma; that's a pretty name." "Early! That is not a girl's name." "Oh, yes, it is. Don't you remember you read to me about the girl who was to be the .May queen, nnd who wanted her mother to call her Early ?" Answers. "You necr loted me. Jchn,"sobbtd Mrs. Dillut,, hysterically. "Marin," exclaimed Mr. Billus, earnII A mother recently said to her Vi speptic Customer Tliedoctor says coffee isn't good forme and ImusCquil drinking it. Ilmen't you some preparation that makes n good substitute for coffee? Grocer--Yes, a. pound, isane.celluU-- cr sir. Cliicago Tribune. Jaa," sir. ready-groun- Our "Pure Afler-Dinu- er at 2Qcerits - imifntion, LoyJ. Mc-Alp- ln Inoe-pende- nt col-eg- es v. et prlze-flghtln- ex-Po- Ills htaioi. Tellei In his speech last night Col. Windbnggcr. the prominent politician, likened himself to ouc of the armor plate? on the hhip of htate. Grinishuu H'm! He would have Not Particular. been nearer correct if he had called Mistress (to cook) Your name, himself h blow hole in one of the armor Mary, and aiy daughter's being tae plates. Puck. same makes matters somewhat confusing. Xow "how do you like, say, the rhllotophj of One Woman. name of Bridget? "I don't beliete whippings do chilCook Sure, mum, it's not ire that's dren any good," said Mrs. Wiggins. particular. I'm willing to call the "Wfiy, 1 w hipped Johnny at the phoyoung lady anj thing you like. s. tographer's three times because he wouldn't look pleasant, and he still looked as cross and disagreeable as ICatlraly To Easy. "I congnituiate you, Mr. Lakeside; eer." Chicago Tribune. the judge has granted you a diTorce." Mrr.ace t Trad "Dear me, did w t get ltln one cours?" Ye.i!tr r w ish this restaurant fellow "Certainly." would print his bill of fare In English, "Well, take an appeal, can't you? so a fellow could tell what he is gatThis is too absurdly sudden." Chicsigo ing!" Ilecord. Crimsonbeak Good gracious! Do you want the fellow to Iobc all hit Ska War B1sts. Eacque There goes Miss Smith on trade? Youkcrs Statesman. her wheel. True Realise. Cutaway I don't know her fiom Dramatic Author I understand that Adam. you are looking for n new play. Sacques You mean from Ere. Manager Yes, but 1 am very hard t Cutaway I mean from Adani. suit. I wnnt a play which shall combine Brooklyn Life. all the elements of tragedy, comedy, Or Three or Font, fnrce. pantomime and spectacle. Loeklng for number one. That's what I've Ot. "That's it. Has, since the world begun, Chock full of tragedy and human sufthcugiit the very proper thing to tfo, Been fering, tenrs nnd smiles, joy nnd wo, But the widow In her weeda start lingsurprises, unheard of mishap-- , IM precept strangely heeds For she's always looking out for nuriber wreck and ruin, lamentations ano laughtrao. ter." -- L. A. W. Bulletin. "What's the title?" " A Mny Day Moving.' " A TODHO NEW WOMAN'S IDEA. "What's the plot?" "Hasn't any plot. Just an ordinary May day moving." N. Y. Weekly. Tit-Bit-- estly, "you are mistaken. If you will look back over the family expense account you will find that it cost us $27.50 for repairing rocking chairs during the first three years of our married life." Tammany Times. What bhe Meant. Mrs. UlinUbTlut horrid Mrs. Winks sa s I'm :t fool. Mr. Blinks I nm sure she would not lunks Mich an remark. Mrs. Blinks Well, nlie didn't say that in so many words, but that Is what she meant. She says I believe everything ou tell inc. X. Y. Weekl . Teacher What can you say of the Hsition of women during the middle Ambtgnona. ages? "How nre jou feeling?" uked the Precocious Boy Xothlng. ma'am. physicinn. There ain't any women of the middle The patient turned up his eyes and ages. Chicago Tribune. remarked in a hollow voice: "I am Tha Raw .Material. feeling rather worse, thank ion, doc"Papa, don't they say that "matches tor," nnd the doctor was not Just sure where the thanks were intended to are made In Heaven?" "Yes, my 6on." come in. Indianapolis Journal. "But what is the reason, when the" Ha Vada a Bit. brimstone and sulphur are in the other "Yes," sa!d Willie Wibbles. "I went place?" Judge. to the weception with a boil on mv Cat. af XacasaltT. neck." ou going to Triend When are "And what did your friends think of marry and settle down? ton?" Wild Oates By George, I've go: to do "All jealous, deah boy. It was the it pretty soon in order to settl- - up! swellcst thing there." Washington Chicago Tribune. Etar. At lha riano. symphony In black and whit The kej board lies before her; Of symphony nor melody-Ishe a sweet outpourer. The Scriptural Injunction she Is earnestly pursulnic Ehe ne er lets her rlsht hand know What her left hand Is dolnr. A J. Caesar Moraudant (grimly) 1 am thinking of them. I hare just walked here from Syracuse. Judge. Slaadcrar. "Don't jou think, dear, we might afford one of the horseless carriages V" "We might take the horse!ess part i.ow nnd wait for fortune to brng us the rest." Judge. A Practical Tooth. Old Bullion What! Ycu wish to inarrj m- - daughter? She is a mere It Gradually. Judja. "Dry rot" is the pnuefaction of the egetable albumen in wood, and can be g preentcd only by some procesaof or extiacting this element. bard-tniu- schoolgirl yet. Suitor Yes, sir. I came early to avoid the rush. N. Y. Weekly. The BlueGra?? OF THOROUGHBRED krd HgKJHH9Hgya!;jj3HHBHpHk breedof swine in several different States. RED HOGS. MY BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BKST HERDS ol this famous A Bpleudid lot of pigs of different ajres for sale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Auuress, R. H. BRONHUGH, Proprietor, . . . . 31-- 4$ Crab Orchard, K HEATERS $3 TO $50 Jji The greatest number of O. a tt'ot. jmfi&&amSt Woman o : HEATING STOVES ever had and the greatest variety we have Prices range from S3 tip to $50. A!l shapes and sizes. Many designs. Plainest to the. fanciest We can satisfy you in every respect. X&C&k Is there anything more wuoiesome, more beautiful, more completely pleasing than a w omanly w oman ? Such a. woma n is even tempered, intelligent, strong and healthy. Health -- pally teibs tht whole story. Health means strong nerves and strong body, ami they go far toward bringing good looks and amiability. A woman worn and weaned by the dragging weaknesses peculiar to hecsex, cannot be expected to find zest in any duty or amusement. Life is all one dead monotonous gloom lo her. On her face is written the story of weakness and pain. The wholesomeness of health is Iackin-j- . The cheeks lack fullness, the eyes lack jparkle, the hair lacks luster. Doctors have lesrned to locate nine-tent- hs of womanly sfckncssf in the organs that ought above all others to be strong Sensitive women shudder t the thought of consalting a physician on such matters. A natural feeling 5f m:d esty makes them dread the examination, W "'A re suppose Iwould.mjdearr -I wouldn't, mnmrna Jd tak'e the elcTator, Truth,. i t Jphnni' Infsrtpca. Johnnjf I EuppQ;s& papa didn't bother his ptipa mucli askijig questions. Mftmnia Why do you tuinjc so, MammaMaudiep1 Maudic Mamma, if 'ou die, vould ou "cliiajb the golden stairs?" ShncKelford LLv'J.-- ., Sentry, Richmond, Ky. Johnnyf Weekly. es Johnn,r Well, his papacouldntthave told himfvery much, anyhow. Ccllier'u J. IT TICKLES YOU 1 '' L?fVAt (M,-00- 0) U .Ex-C.o- v. herlO-year-o- ld sr 4..in. .'" ntSj-cenlvrat- e. At Springfield) Mo ConwKrc!l bank. Oct, 14 AtJnrt Ecott. Kan- -, State bankiOct. IS At Tacewa, Wsh.. Coeamer- Oct. 15-- At ETereaLKan., State bank.... jS-O- dal national tank.. Oct, 32 At Wentofctn. Kan,' Fhrst aa-- 1 Kan Swlnney IatwI kuiir At Ask DIIHHU BjC- iw Oct. n-M- .OcU;H-jtBx'-U;- .S. Oct 54-- At Tacta, I' Gr'. whavje4ta'trlk; aad-rtiorlloW a XfAi-vr-'- m. TS'wifa., CMmiattC v. n.i 53. - InMielaiw. , Nrfa.;tt bask. Jiv Baw Cft. K At lA Mijin" U, v tbrrom; 4Vvre -- ,At hr: m.... Atombwrtjmr; ViL . .JJ-N- Sr., 'Cato, Qm utrBSUrsneasw ovlB agm-CotitrittC- n c a- i - . SPORTISG. Cashier Sh! ThaVs, just it!-- go Chica- Jan. 13 At Larchmont. N. Y., J. K. fiecc d 95 out of 100 birds, becoming Palmer killed amateur champion shot. Jan. 25 At Redbank, N. J., Olan Budd Expert TMrajaj, skated two mile In 6:12 Theycsay twins, are hw"-y- s Jan. 26 At Red Bank, 2. J., loan S. Johnson skated 196 yds. (standing; atari) in, 'llikftinj lisposition do the eamej things 9 5 sec Feb. 15 At Hamilton, Ont., Clara K aVt$e k a tiiac, Hfliytlg it, Joiips? lcor'trottlnjj record, to lowered 3ve-m!Joses (who haaajpalfjI wish l!:'.i. 13 At Danville, Ky.. In hop, skin pleep at the same tlBC Truth. Ithey'd Mar. and Jump Thoas A. Hendricks made-- V ft. 4 In.. i EJila't Sta Lacl r l Apr. (A At Syracuse, N. Y-- , bicycle, record Bkinupawn Whai a lucky jjfsllow 'Psrnbefg "nwerej two-mito 3:51;4'8.,.. Chicago, Wcycje roaU race, You've ko4 th--8 wishbaie. J8 mtrfTVnly Homer Faliwon In 5:3. Boartlep Yes, that's' all! I )ivq Jim-- 1 J From Buenos AvrMTto Chicago. U.flOO HUles.'WRlketl B7 Louta Budlntch and got. Tf 1 exchange with, you fon pteca Anton'Bcm, havlnstarted Aw. 7, ISW. , J J ., w the Iteat. Truth. Cf- c- i ShaldMs wlk3 f roaa Jun. a Q oa. cm.fk ta New York; in J! j eaaolet.' 3un, 7 Belay , rafietwe?! NfeW Yorir "fl untcHtioron-jMeyctajJwefcio ym Jiakl 111 ,.ana 17 At Wl TaxL.-T!t.- . mstnra. tmm aun. XH. Pztte:td uTryvn cooicKtrf t If Oh.-- ve:f tarl'iM ' itoam . .. .T. zxAZ nvwiJimtioa. -- ? n , ;t,ara!tv-tetrtf- l Jnala'tIaiLhiBTul t - ra-j- t BJteUf m mock Ju - Mn. . M iiiz:zjk .-. ......, - , - , - t- -. t inr illr irrfiiria m -, -. MMNIMk'! "'.11 fe U J 5. te Ap-aelMk-hacle working harder than. usual. rtslag Thsm. Cashier Isn't ihe head bookJ;cener acting suspiciously? Presldpnf-Wli.- v, vti I thinl he's (Erridsatlj anj healthy. LIGHT! HOT DROPS. c, I- Culm C U R ES CoSc. Cra-- a Mfcei. Kaasaa, Cka ajia of Watir. etc H CALS Curs. Bum, Brulata. Serca-ja,B!of Dti-rV- Str rank -- ' nd subsequent stereotyped treatment "by local acDlication: on rvhich moil aocto-- ? iqsisu Much more often than not, this is ta necese-iry- . It snould not he submit'ed to except as - last resort jj Dr Pierce Favorite Prescriptiots has cured thousands of sever; case? of female weakness." It works in a satu'it, sehaSls way It begins by sabduiag-tsinfiammatior. that is always present Then it strengthens aw1, 'invtgeraios the wkole bed,, particniatfy the. orgt,tK.k-tiaetl- y feminine Jt prsaotes recnlaritv-cn- t inflammation, and alceratwtn, aii4 stop- - .the debilitatinK draLa cacsed 'br ihtmr .Of alliBeaUn. y- ., - .,-- . ' j. BREAKS "at AM gooo, SmellsEmyaMn Tastxs Good, dors S4d 3$c SMte. Sc U(. awtaln tn a, ataf Hacw M a w ltmm; VrW. zbt -- Aniaals. Scrpeats. Bu, tc UJBdCods.lJrCripe.lBfa-3-a, Cfoej, T1ik, etx Sa Goo-ey- , K r. Tiur. v-- liMlMllMII FARM FOR RE:NT. c FINE OiO mre kjw wnit.re-i- r ckmj u-- - .r iPfS, -- P KcycJ?;-SnrarorrL'- 3J vi.ifiii'i. .i- y" imen tma! - ilr SmMm ' 1. v" -- "i "J" as. J1 i' Jli if. 2 F3 14 YFIRS OLD. .LwTOIHtJHfaxnllct.yl ! ! . . . - r .i, i- "5 - : 5e i :- -iB - ma t ?j t i!R rif?-saai2K;a5&-2- Es? A- - -- 5 . ijffijiliiiiiiiiiiiiiii! i Hiiiiriiin 1 in i "m ' ji'iBBilfc. 'iBni ,; "fTLrif-rrn4WHBfMPIf3R:Bi xi jTH3 nm: IfXnVk. . - Is -". "p " : e -- - - L ,. ,lc-- - tT wspw oi.K,. ;?s?pTi.:i.x ' w, , P ' F; . -- "31 Sfr- n g . : - T8K TJS at . f jBMJL Bnr "a- - i; r j? cr - 5' : , a ' -- a t ! If "" ""v "" .1 X.eriXi I I .' TEn""" -- - - ""p-.'- , . ' ' " " ' . if ivrt 11 - -- T" "r " . HP ; K ' : & THE CLIMAX. VRENCH TIPTu.V. D. P. ARMER, - lucay wo are not jealous, liKe Jessiei" ' TnukT Editof. Managee. rCBUlEIS rvEKT WKDNESDAT BT The Climax Printing PRICE TER "VVitherby I hare invited Castleton around to New Year's dinner. Mrs. "iYitherby--,B- ut he wan here Christinas to dinner. TV'itherby Vhitl of it? "Mi. Witherby I am afraid he will recognize that turkev. Life. - Go. Kg YEAR, $1.50. JAN. 1, n a 'a'wsai Mwi3v'aBfcy,27v vj 112ZffJXisK!!k kvx . ; ift ;N "'i WEDNESDAY. - Application. "Tlic g,ool di'j young" does notaefor to people. Fnnglc I thought it Old. Cumso No; ifc refers to good New A New Cumfeo The pline 189'. Year resolutions. Judge. Colsox tas the only Kentucky Ilepub-lica- n who voted against tlie Bon 1 lull Ti:e widow of Judge Dellaven, of the Court of Appeals, has erected a $23,000 church in his memory at Laranga, which is better than expending that amount in a monument. Secketaby of the IT. cided to name a battle ship "Kentucky," and it goes v, ithout saying that if it takes after the Dark and Bloody Ground, it will be a fighter of wide proportions. S. Xavy ha', de- KEEPING THEM ON TIIE FAIDI iir TOJI r. MORGAN. y'rM fit itltwal i yimi f tim atfg peer, 's sp- - "lam just casting up inj- - accounts for the past year and making estimates for the coming one," said Farmer Tuffkids to the friend from the city who had come to spend New Year's day. "U'm! Let me sec! Iebtor to 89 dogs at 75 cents some of my own raising and others bought at wholesale $66.75, jm j ou contemplate utilizing fcU dogs tiuring the coining year?"' interrupted the friend, with much interest. "That is the number we have made use of during the pastyear,"rcplicd the h.iht. "During the coming year we shall probably use u great many more. You ee " "My goodness!" ejaculated the visitor, ns a great clnnior broke forth, apparently originating behind the barn. "What is that?" ' "Oh, 1 bate given four of the younger boys a hand organ apiece, not two of which play the same tunes, and when tliey nil strike. up together they make considerable i ticket," explained the "Hut the l,oyii enjoy it, and farmer. that is the main point. I tjuess they w ill stop playing pretty soon and go to lighting over the discord, and then there will be a little less noise. Suppose we go up to the garret? The billiard table is up there, rlr.ng with the poker lay out. The hold their dog lights out back of that high fence you see yonder, where nobody will bother -ib-ys TirFAXV & Co., New York jewele.6 have turned out a jeweled and pold- raounied bicycle that co- -t $3,450, but it is not believed the style will become gen- eral in this locality the coining season. BLACKBURN AM) MMISAYflKTl'hAC-I- S. fl&Sns 1 Kentucky's United States Senators fjred reasonably well in cotnruittec appointments Saturday. Blackburn, was assigned to Kules, Appropriations, Naval Affaire, Territories, Railroads and Transportation and Rate of Meat Pro duct. Lindsay got the Judiciary. Interstate Commerce, Education and Labor, Pensions, Indiana Depredations and In teruational Expoition. METHOD PUSSIS-iY iriena, ann as ureg-orycarbuncle practically confined tho pleasure hiin to the smoking-room- , of escorting her on her numerous skating trips naturally fell to me. And I did not chirk my dutv. She was an only child, and her father was a clerk in one of the Toitjnto banks, the Commerce, and Maud wsis very de- vere quire gooa CALSE FOR TnANKFULXESS. Kit IHt?'.' ,M ', r-- if. m lAJll' IfSfr.ffJT t II J fe .Iffl." rr (k S- Jtsfw N mrn'M I MsMBSSsm 'If' W Mill IX TI1EIK 31 lUXESS After all, may it not be that the North-er- a Republicans, who voted go nnani monBly in Congrcs to remove the military disabilities of so that they can join the I'nited States Army and Navy, have an eye to the near A future, in case of war with England dozen undeveloped "Stonewall' lack sons, Forests and Morgans to lead heroic bands from Dixie over the Canadian border would help wonderfulh. From where time's billcms rise and crowd focajy bars. Across the Through ekles of gray that stretch away. Her wild liolr floating free. She comes to where her kingdom Ilea l?y either land or Baa. her the dawn's pale bud of light Are round ier pathway thrown. As luce a banner la the right The nteht Is backward blown. And dims afar the last lone atar As on her chariot cocs, While In tho eaat the later itreaka Grow ruddy as a rose. scythe And fades tho old ear's worn-o. F-out ft 5J "HiJ HE comes In robes of trailing cloud And "wfc!w353lu, Watkins (who has fallen for the 20th time) I nm (hie) blank glad I bor' row ed dress suit. Judge. "' Jaw-kins- stars. coronet o t They're Still on Ueck. ' The fashion of making New Year's calls is dying out. Ho Not amone creditors. Life. Shs IT KEPT GREGORY BUST STOVES TEEDIXG 1) 1! X CLT THE Ml'ltllER IN was bathed in blood from end to end and side to side during the Holidays. Buttheinobt atrocious crime of the week was the work of a nnl in Marion county. A man named I)eers and a woman named V. est were living together in adulter . Tiny had lieeu no tiffed to leae, but the', did not go. A jnob went to the Jiouse and bhot Dea ere to death as he attempted to ebcape. Tlie woman was burned to death. The pun ishnient was entirely too extreme. JiAKlUX-Kontuckv As some faint line. And January's heralds blithe half-moon- 's bright Has caught a million From out the sunrise clow. And glad her face as on she speeds Toward the rising sun. With light of hope and noble deeds Of faith and duty done. And In her cye the swift BUrprlse Of all that round her w alts, YVbere morning, as she passes by, . Has opened wide the gates. sun-glin- ts While round That some In lt-- J armor shine. her train the froien rain. mlsnune the enow. , i i ONE THAT WAS BROKEN. Etory of a New Year's Resolution. LUS'URESS. Usually it did. We all used to advise him w hat to do In a theater at Baltimore Fiidav night for them, and he did it. Our desk twenU-fou- r persons were trampled to draw ers were always full of his tonics death in a ranic A gas jet was lighted and lotions and sahes; and when anynear the stage, and as there was no Up one pulled one of his special drawers in it, the litfht flashed up, causing sorce ojen an odor like an apothecary shop escaped. e ftpltura in the gallerv to cry "fire '" But all this has nothing to do with rnsh and terrible loss of life A uia! my story. e Hereafter the Climax will give due I had known Gregory in the states, i epace to tne proceeiniiKB onsic. Most imporant measures w il! arise about lie w a an A No. 1 young fellow and wo aide by bide for three years which the public will want to know, and had worked desk in a little wholesale at the s.ame present them m the most house in Iowa. How Gregory c er hapwe mean to ruahonablc way. pened to leave Canada and find his The action of Congress with rerlercnce way to Iowa is too long und too dull to Cuba wac not what either Cuba or u story to tell, but he did find his way Insurgents there, and soon af he arrived w e beexpected. The Spain expected to tie recognized as belligerauts. came great chums. He sang in the choir, made out tho Spa'n expected Congress to declare that bills of the concern for which we h Cubans are not telligerants worked, rode horseback, and had boils. The bond bill passed the Iluiibe ia not Of the four occupations, the boils what the Democrats wanted and not beeroed to interest him most, and no what the Republicans demanded when wonder, for they were with him night and day. hey were in tho minority. lie used to back up to me and 6ay: you, old fellow, THEIR HUADS AND THEN THL1K "Look at my neck, will L00E and see if that spot looks like aboil?" LIVES. sirous of helping him by securing a position as stenographer somewhere. She had taken a course in a. school, and felt herself well equipped for the position, but so far she had not st cured it. Of course her aunt laughed at her. So did Gregory, too, for that matter, for she had been quite a society girl and both predicted she would be picked up and married off before she even got a place as stenographer. I thought so myself. I remember it was the last day .'of '03 that I was sitting in the smoking-rooand all the others were in the next room (which they called the "warm room" because it wasn't quite us rold as the others) when the next mail came. Gregory brought me a letter from the "loss,"and I was reading It when I heard Maud say In her quiet way: "Auntie. I may as well tell you, 1 El lllll ",l ": h nTv3 m m "t is sentimenteJ, but sentlxntn't pierces the heart that is callous to logic Patriotism is sentimental, but It impels men " cannon. to the mouths of New Year's might have teen as appropriately on May 1, or any other day, but time has honored the selection, end there are. besides, no means of fixing the period when, according to the sublime Mosaic account, "th: evening and tho morning were the first day." TnU anniversary is suggestive of Mnemosyne things that have lieen. whispers of ships that passed in the night of opportunities that came and were not seized; of follies and sins; of grief and pain; nye, and of pleasure, and joy, and peace. God be blessed for memory! The saddest recollection, even, is touched of the gentle haiid of sympathy, and the grear-s- t tragedy bears a lofty lesson. Who can too dearly prize the shadowu of the past that come up out of the night, by the deeds of goodness, mercy nnd that niarkeil thenj w hen In substance they lived and. mot ed with us? These unwritten books have the most precious page, and as we turu them, one by ojc, over, we scan the lines w itb moistened eyes of tenderncsB nnd with hearts that bent in unison with the sentiments thereon inscribed. Cherishing whatever is good of the past, man stands in the vestibule of the inchoate yeav and fills hs salons and chambers with cheery furniture and dear, loving forms. New- - Year's has, in fact, been tei med a day of resolves that are broken. Hut it is bet ter, far, to purpose and not to do thnn never try the right at all. The sum of life's duty is contained in the simple adjuration, Try! nnd, should failure come, try and try again. Not everyone is privileged to attain and few there be w ho can boast of a record of unbroken success. The night comes to alt, but the star of Hope, like Sirius, nexer sets. Happy is that man who lies strength to do when the promise of fulfillment is weak. If the full sunshine may not come, let the glints find their wny through the dense foliage and tesselate the ground with their tremulous mosaics of varying shape. Pity f or.him who cannot r,ce in the dawn of the new year the light of better things. w.hat hour so glad and bright as that which paints the eastern sky in crimson and gold,, and that is filled with songs of birds, inspired of tho pure air and the fresh, light ? The matin-timof 1 806 is come, nnd all who will may hear the angel voice of Hope whisper b:nieons that shall be inspiration to renewed courage in the putting aside of things that hinder the onward march to "setter Hring. death-dialingsclf-iUumsun-kisse- Mr.Jacies Deerins'lias built a new barn on His place- The moon got Iall , Yulley Mrs- - r - "View. tuestofbadroaos. The-otlic- e u n im m. d e MflHW BY FRANK B.VELCR . ..shit.-- . KNEW TIIE TRADE. nm tr I. as much superior to ours here In Iowa as gold to lead. So when I found I was to have two weeks' vacation during the Christmas holiday in 93, I w rote htm that I w as coming. His reply to my letter w as enthusiastic. The weather was Juperb, the sleighing excellent, a pretty cousin ALONE. SAYS THE was visiting them. Come right along, TUB TAKSr-LEI and Lc had a big carbuncle on his arm. NEW YOKK HEKALIi. So I went. To get tp Sutton you go through There bar been no sufficient time to Toronto and up a little branch railway, tee what reenue the new tariff will and from Sutton you drive several miles along the shore of Lake yield, th.'igh it is notorious that the cus- to Sutton-Wetoms doties collected under it are larger Simcoe. Gregory met me nt the station and than those collected in similar conditions wrapped me well in robes. A servant under the McKinley tariff. Every eane Gregory explained that he person kiiowb that high duties act as a drote. would ha e handled the ribbons himself g baron importp, preentingorp.-ohihitinhud he been able, but owing to his carthe introduction of foreign merchandise. buncle he was obliged to carry his arm That is the real and usually the avowed in a sling. He was downright glad to object of high tariff advocates in increas- see me, and asked questions all the w ay about the old friends ing custom iiouse duties. And everyone to Sutton-Wesitf Iowa. will ask, How can the revenue be in I enjoyed the first half of the ride, "TOU CEBTAIXI.Y did :,or jRorosE TO creased by higher tariff rates on imports ran?" but the last balf was decidedly cold. when such rtes necessarily prevent imIt seems that they had had a change portations? of weather and were now havinga gen- it up and simply wrote: "Resolved: That I will be a bachelor all my life." Had the Wilson tariff reduced duties uine Canadian winter. Then I shut the book and went to bed lower than it did, imports would have The place, which they called Old been encouraged and they would have Sothcrwood, fronted on the lake, and and naturally dreamed of Maud. You see how far gone I was. increased more than they have done. If was a rambling old building in the feal The next morning w were ail at Entrlish style. more revenue were now needed it surely There were 14 rooms and they kept breakfast when some ore introduced cannot and will not be gotten by raising 13 stoves in continual action. The the subject of Maud's engagement. our Cbjuese tariff wall and makingit still room without a stove was an extra "You arc the only one to neglect to harder for foreign goods to come into room in the nttie and wns used for a congratulate me, Mr Butler," she said, this country. The barbarous device of rtore room. Gregory said that all the feigning offense. men turned out in the fall and hauled "Hut I do congratulate you, Miss Increasing the tarifftax and thus increasWood, and then when snow fell all be- - Maud," I said, sincerely, "and I hope ing the cost of living to all consumers for abscess. Dr. Cornelius, of Berea, is your engagement may pan the benefit of a few favored interests has to chopping, and chopped until time but happiness for you." lead to nothing waiting on her. plant In the spring. hitherto been defended on the false plea Mr. Wm. Wilson plaved the tiJdle at Jt kept Gregory busy feeding the "Oh! it will!" she said. "If you that it helped labor Hut since the world stoves. He would fill up number one, knew Mr. Simpson, you could notdoubt the Baker school houso Saturday. began never was it proposed ieen by and then fill number two, and so on, It. He is the kindest man. He is juot Bookkeeper You told me to remind "protectionists" run mad) to try o in- and by the lime he had number 13 the man I should hare picked of all the you to send your creditor, Smith, some6' Dkcd he would be ready to load num- men I know," crease the revenue by checkingaud Tliviilrcf nii'n thing xFiuunciiuiiii, "Indeed! I imagined that you did imports! This novel and mad ber one again, and sometimes he would Hardup Oh, yes, ah, just send him Mr. W. G. Baldwin scheme is like killing thegoose that leys not be able to gf t around in time and choose him, in' a way? In such a matter my compliments, Chicago Hecord. the lire in number one would-b- e out one usually wont to court at Winchester MctuJay. the golden egg, an it rxn inly bring the before he had "Of course." she said, chose him, number 13 full of wood. Mr. Ralph Purkss, of this place, will Treasury and all the buwuess mtereers of The frontdoorwascompjetelyenowea but still it lay with him, too, for withbe?married Tuesday,. Deceuibot 24ib, to the country to fresh and greater grief. out his consent " up, buried behind a 20foot drift, cad Mi Eherec Brookshfre, now of Estill "H's consentl" I cried. The total revenue from the McKlnley Gregory told me it was a lucky thing, but whom he learned to love as a neigh "Why, yes," she said, "he had to acd for if it had not been and anyone should for the fiscal year 1S04 was tariff bor in former davi. the total fort he first year of the have opened the front and .rear doors cept me before " r Miss Maud!" I ex"Accept at the same time the lake breeze would Miss Marguerite Jett returned to Win Wilson tariff was 5leli.tlC7 an have "blown tho whole unlucky 13 claimed. "You ccrtainlv did not nro- chester Friday from a weeks slay with of nearly $SB,W,000 in one year Moves out of the house and clear down pose to him?" e operation of the Wilson tariff. to Toronto. Miss Hattio Euguely. "Certainly, I did," she ,jaid. "You Thatlake breeze was what To rip up the new tariff now for political ihy called "bracing.weaiher" up there. don't think I could have posMr. Roland Moore's ia having a the parpoteE wll be Eure lo.irupair TJown in Iowa we would have locked ition" erected ou Mr. W. (S. Powell's 'The position!" I said, amazed instead of improving it. Indoors and said: "What a farm, where he will abide wheti be has "THK TiOBIST!s BOT 33 DOWKSTAIES, "What position?" jfearful olizzard!" taken unto him an helpmate. HISS." "Why, as stenographer, of course. And they seemed to enjoy it. The girl Tlie two hundred and seventy-fiftInvitationa to tho marriage of Mr. What did you ihinJ: I had-- -" and then of the landing of the Pilgrims cousin. Hand Gregory, did not mind Jt k As the in the leobl, and would take her rckates she must have seen through my stupid feet right to send flowers to any girl' unerrincrlv records Thomas Parkes and Misa Marguerite ai. Plymouth. Masa , was celebrated with whom he admired." he ebb nnd flow of the ocean tides, so Brookshire, have been sent ottt to ba and sail out for a little spin on Ice blunder, for she blushed. speeches by George F. Koar and others. on days when wa wondering the And aB for mo there wa:! no staying j "Whom be admired, yes, but " the writes down the acted upon Thursday, December 2u'tb. I whether "Don't be, jealous, usar; ItJsnilly," days and seasons and Mre.F. A- - W. Shimer, of Mount Car-x- we had not better tie the house to the at tne same table with Gfegory after the The 3jJgg-- school Iiouse Christmas "Then I'jo not surprised that you" time of their recurrence.determines given 111., ha donated school property tip to my rojm and tore pine trees to keep it rom blowing that,o Man has "You are horrid, Emily Msrshraal- - names to pp the only resolution I fcjid movie for away. the latter and set apart cer- tree will Jie in readiness at 2o'clolk d. m. md'BOfiey worth in all $250,000 to es, But then she waa accustomed to it. the New Year; and, to siake a Ion; lowV and if;l was not in mv own house tain! of the days as commemorative of on-- TueeOay, Dec. 2otlL Happily Mr, ta&isb a preparatory school for the e marrii d at Sutton-Wes- t, I ' heroic lives and deeds, oras suggestive She had never been farther soaih than story short, Cfeicago Tniversitr. "lahall notstay hers to be insulted 1" oia sentiment that raaybeTaIusble,or Csleb Shearer wl impereonati Santa Maud and T, that sjiramcr, and winToronto, and frequently spent her Chjus. , fcPJeaee, miss," paid a volc at the pfiiferwlse as, CoBgrcsfWaan Itobcrt Adams, Jr., of ters there en, Lake Si mesu. n Gregory was ay totmaaj Which it is taiga. Thn Fourf doqr, "i kbeked, but.yow Qfeln't tfecr.. A?led tery well, hi spite of Phikkklphiq HRr, oilllinois, She waiti beautiful girl, too. ,1 saw v SMJ HWH.T l WUHttUi, The. florist's boy is downstairs, and he il nrt Of tf lbsaincif ham er. AMbusa, Ime been appointed by that t"e tit time I met her, imdLsaw boil en .fcay? iaaymlst.hechwjgea iw :f T I'minrnl-WrtrTir.i4.-ii- . 4- 1'wi- 4wrTUtol rujoafai t the iftmiiltaeakH it more- jilulib every Tti CblB-Pliot Kcob sii jg " rJiitiltJUf Jls ttfoi. JJ." ilMWHlM, p . iifcb v&Juttc&Nr! ia atryi3kyi'5 a"! - k Mnaala f ' " .43 il V? .. jz Sevf dp yo'sw-- " these yerrWe S5 ? ' iSjI ?" XJskMrX -- lqf cOWi IJcCilurt tiHbitijSt--:' 04 14 Z W"M, a '$p ft fflW AlldtlfedffcMfibWt' 2 tx' a s an tn.; - U i.uL'. J ft 'ASPTj.sv ; u' t, i. of ." foolish are people about a cry of fire Suppose a fire had started at the Btage? "half an hour would have been necessary f r the house to burn down. In that time overylody could have walked tlowly out, gone to Chesapeake bay, got a drink of 6alt water and re turned in time to see the house tumble in. There is much truth in tho verse that say, "as rule man's a fool," etc. P Hot it was the most beautiful spot in the world, and that it had a climate said When Gregory" was called back to Canada he made zne promise to visit some time. Ho him at Sutton-West Then I heard ilrs. Gregory get up and go over find kiss Maud, and ah I don't like to overhear conversations meant for other ears I w ent up to my room and stoked up the fire. I may as well own that I was cut up quite a little, for I had begun to like Maud a little too well my ow n comfort, and, while I had no real hope of c er winning her, it was rather a shock to learn that she was actually engaged, and that I was to have no chance at all. I pulled out my writirg material with a jerk, and answ ered the letter I had received in a pretty bad mood, and then smoked a pipe and read a bit, and before I knew it it was late. Gregory came in and sat on the bed nwhile and talked about a curlingmatch that was to come off the next day, and then he Incidentally remarked: "You henrd Maud sav she engaged at last, didn't you?" "Yes." I said, "IJid hear something of the kind. Who's got her?" "Simpson's his name," said Gregory; "lich old fellow, runs a furniture factory in Toronto." "Oh!" I said. Then Gregory left, and I pulled out mj note book. I took a new leaf and set about writing some resolutions for 94. I do it every year and usually I keep them. This time I thought for quite awhile before I could think of any reforming I needed and at length J gavo fi.--r v.-a- s engaged' st -- t, them. If you're thirsty there is always keg of beer In the cellnr nnd hot tamales to go with it. The boys have a display of fireworks every few nights, and I have hired a couple of Italians to come around tvice a week with their dancing bears. And once a month I Algy Highflier (to his valetand secrehold an auction of household fjoods for the amusement of the boys; they are tary) All the bloomingbillsin, James? .lames Nearly hall, sir. very fond of auctions. If j oil care for Algy nighfiier How muchdolowe? sport you may enjoy running up James nabout 5,000, sir. against my oldest son's faro bank. He Algy nighfiier Oood heavens, James! is away from home just now, but my second son is fully competent to inI must run that up to 10,000 mighty terest you. The boys are talking of or quick or the beasfly twadesmen will be ganizing a fire company nnd I have wanting their money. Judgi promised to allow them to burn u stack J'robably Made of llrass. of liny twice a month. They are going "Banks," said Blvers, "every day in to have " "Great Scott!" broke in the visitor, the year seems to bo Nevr Year's to as another terrible uproar arose. you." "Go ahead," said Banks, bracing him"What on earth is that?" self. "I'm ready." "It is my little four-- 3 son "For the reason." resumed Ilivers. amusing Himself. The child is so passionately fond of tyingjin kettles to , dogs' tails that I keep 10 dogs on hand all the time for his espeThe Prospect. cial benefit. He has invented a plan New hopes, new aspirations, new delights. New debts, new tribulations and new for ten of them nt once and letting them off together; great New Ills; accidents, new quarrels and new head on that boy he'll make his mark fights; A HAPPY NEW YEAR day! It makes a gocd deal of some New fears, new noises and new doctors' bills. sport for the other boys, too, for fhej BT ELISA ARMSTRONG. are fond of betting on which dog will tircat run the farthest. We always make New Bride I have baked my first pie, Emily Marsbmallow was spending believe that "Wednesday is Saturday to dear. Won't we have fun eating with it the holidays with her dearest friend, please the smallest boy, and have the our New Year's dinner, 'nnd on the first morning of the new Fourth of July and Christmas each Husband 1 am sorry, da rling; but 1 year they were discussing their faults come three tjmes a year on our private have made a rule my life never to it of and turning over enough fresh lea es to calendar, just to please the rest of the eat pie during the holidays. fill a book. From this they fell upon boys. And, then Why, here comes my On Jfew Year's Day. the failings of their mutual friends. oldest son now! He eloped with the "I've made a splendid resolution." "If I w ere as jealous ns Jessie," ob- hired girl night before last. T want "What's that?" served the blonde Emily, "I should turn you to meet him; you will find him a "Vot to make any." over a new leaf in regard to that bright young fellow;" e "Instead of that," returned the "But why do you grant your sons nil Lucj "she has decided not to these extraordinary privileges?" quesTTt taste candy for a whole year." tioned the visitor, completely mysti"It always did ruin her complexion." fied. Edenton .1 . CORRESPONDENCE. "Yes. Jealousy is so foolish, isn't it? "In order to make the home place atMiss Ida Wylie, of Nicholasville, is visCharlie always says I have none." tractive to them," waa the answer. iting relatives here. "Nor I. Jack thinks it wonderful." "Yon know how prone farmers' sons James Gayhart gave the young folks Just then the maid appeared, bearing are to desert the old farm for the exWaJlaceton. a box. fDelHjel. a hop the other night. They cut the citement and pleasures of city life. So Married, on the 17th inst, Andy Conn pigeon wing from dewy eve till "Miss Lucy, here ia a box of flowers I hate endeavored, as well as my means early to Miss Josie Damrell, groom's age 19 morn. wruld permit, to make them contented 'Tor me?" here. You see, I debit the boys with years, bride'aage 18jears; aboiitS o'clock Colby Riddle, of Nicholasville, is visit "For Miss Emily." the money expended in their behalf and p. m. the neighborhood was shaken by ing menus When it was opened, on top of tht credit them with the time they put in roses was a card, bearing the name of at home. During the past year they a charivanri. Several toliacco crops have been sold Died, on the 18th inst. Henry Wilier-ford- , for good "Charles Brownsmith," nnd "New have complained but little, and I feel prices, ranging from.'iivc to six aged about 2G years. The cause of dollars Year's greeting." sure thnt, with the plans I hav e in mind, per hundred pounds. "Oh, how loveiy of him!" they will be contented during the com- his death is said to be Uux. Ie leaves a William Scorme and Miss Amanda "Who, Jack?" ing year. It is not such a difficult mother and ssveral brothers and sisters Warren were married at the bride's "No; Charlie." thing, after all, to keep the boys from to mourn for him. "Very nice, indeed, to pay my guest leaving the farm if you take hold of home, Mrs. Elizabeth Warren's. Everythe Uncle Dave Kinnard Is very ill at this body some attention. Of course, I don't care, matter in the right way." wishes them all the good luckira writing. but I think it unnecessa"ry for him " aginable through life "You btirely are not jealous, dear? NOT VERY NOCKISHINO. One of Mr. Wm. Barrett's little gTrla is Everett Warner, a small boy, has sot a For my pnrt, I think an engaged man ery ill at present but Mr. Bairett is dog he drives in his little wagon. When has a perfect right to send flow'en. to moving to Blue Lick. any girl whom he admires." the 6nov fell he hooked up his dog and Mr. Geo. I'erkey's new house is com- took a drive, Another knock and another box of flowers. This time the roses were for pleted and he moved to it. Allen Teater, of Buckeye, Garrard Co Xucy, with the card of "Jack Vanstyle," A mistake in last weeks isguo. Bowen committed scicide tiW 15$3k1 by shooting himself nnd "Best wishes for a Happy Bros, will go to to work instead of to, in tho head with a double barrelled shotrack. gun. He was a promising young man. "How kind of Jackl Do look, dar Emily." The school taught by E, V Barker Cause of his act unknown. "Very nice. Of coarse, he only w ished was out Saturday. A large cro ,vd attend John A. Ham will 60on be in his new to please me, but I " ed the exhibition. home, which is tbeing replaced, the "Why, you know, dear, you just said Misa Dora Watkins is very ill with an other one burning. you thought an engaged man had a per- it ear-ol- d able-bodie- The old year fades Into the past "With all Its Joys and sorro-nsWith all Its barren yesterdaj a And all Its bright Some hearts regret Its hasty flight. Borne gladly speed the parting Which banlbhes the sad old year, So joyous at Its starting. We bid the dying yeargood-b- y And turn, with hope reviving. To greet the New Year coming In With promises enlivening; And as we lay aside the past In gladnesx or In sorrow. We reach out to the time to come And of the future borrow. What will the New Year bring to us Is weal or woe awaiting? Will fortune smile In kindly way Or will she need berating? Could we but rend the veil of time And see beyond the present. What w ould pur longing eyes behold, A prospect dark or pleasant? Ah, It were well w ould we but to Ke The days cs they are given. And make each one a stepping stone To raise us up to Heaven; Instead we waste the precious hours In blind and fruitless hoping-- . The While we In an aimless way For sordid gain are groping. The coming: year will surely bring Us whatsoe'er we i.irlt; So If we fall to reap success We've but to grin and bear It. For what we sow that shall e reap, Such li the law unbending Which rules our Uvt from day to unto ending. the OLD JIAX SUlMIIfO COUNTS. W HIS AC- d wS!Sri,WOUrOWn ..-..... day-Begin-ning tin-kettli- Self-DmU- L bru-rett- or so. several days. The crew ol the British bhip Huwa At last wc have had rain enough to Mrs. Richardfcou and children, of Conway, spent a few days this week visiting start the springs that hae been dry for tha, which has arrived at San Framisio from Eugkind, fought tire a the el bO long. her parents. at tea for twelve days aud had a narrow Miss Lticiuda Fades aud brother, of Mr. Tom Pembcrton, of Louisville, was Fayette county, spent a part of the holi- escape from death. a visitor at our place last Sunday. Keep ycur pre.--s in good repair, Mr. days with their cousins, Misses Mattie lllc b'rrat Tobacco War-MaEditor, we canuot afford to miss the Cli- and Ella Durham and Willie; they were of readers know of the war c x accompanied home by the latter. max a sinale day after it is due. istiug betweeii the manufacturers of plug Mr. and Mrs J. L, Griggs aud Mies Uncle "Billy," Young, at Conway, hi tobacco, but lew, perhaps, are familiar Rockcabtlc county, gathered a crowd Lolla have returned home from a few with thecau-ie- . about him around a hot stove in a das to vkit .Mr. John Hible's near RichFor years borne manufacturers hae country store one day latt week and was mond. been niakiug enormous profits by giving Mrs. Tandy Eades, of Winchester, fs interesting them with war stories when consumers a small piece of plug for ten a young m trried man came .1 and was sick at the home of her father-in-lacents. Recently a very large manuhu complainicg of the hard times, whereup- Mr. Jack Eades near here, but is better. Hirer, seeing that the time had come f r on uncle billy volunteered to tell h im Married at the home of the bride's better things, has placed a new brat,: how- - to live economically by eating w hat father iu Et-t- i 1 county, .Mr. Jim called Battle .Ax on Uie market, win-he called "cush," which, he said, was Brookshlre, Mr Ralph Park, near this gives the conbuuier a ery large pene i made by putting a little hot water place, to .Miss Elverei Brookshire, the most excellent quality for the came prm stew a pan and in then happy pair parsed through here en route Tnis has raided a great storm amosg ttioe crumbliug a little cold corn bread in it. to the home of his mother. who are hurt by it, but it gives joy t He said he could make a wooden spoon those w ho tibc the goods. Iu Battle A to eat it with, paying be and his wife had TIIE TATTL ER. they got a greater quantity for the. lived on it two weeks once and found it money, while the quality is equal to the very good Sarc. He stated also that it Away, away, old Santa Claus, we ve finest of other brand This has naturalwould keep two or three davs at a time found you out somehow, ly liad the elle't of greatly deeresemg tl.i without getting soar. Wc reccommend Our patron aiint's a lady, and a S real ncw of those who have hekl to the "cush" to all who are trying to bear woman now; old way, and It has materially cnrtailed . the hard time-v e ve named her Mama Santa CIau, to their enormous profits. Ott the otlx t Dr. .1. I . Luck's little love her wc are willing, WaldrO, hand Battle Ax now taxes the resuuri h "been ery ill with pneumonia, but Ann w lien we hang our stocking up, of three large factories, which, by g is better no iv. we'll let her do the filling. uight ami day, lire ft ill nimble A large number of railroad ties have Away.-awathe goods fast enough to saticfv the old Santa Claus, you men been delivered here during the patt ten enthuiatic demand. are out of date, days by iwrties wanting Christmas We blush to have ou The people wai't a good thing and the bee our hose, ai money. most of it they ca.i get for the price. Tl though we blush so late; Berea Lodge, F. ami A. M., met last Go turn your reindeer out to eras.- -, nor manufacturers who do the best l th n. will get their trade. Their ihal nut Friday and elected elficero for the ensulet your senses leel, urallv do noi like it. Tliev raise .i ing year. To hear that Mania Clans, weais mighty howl, Out tho Ax will cut them bloomers on her wheel. Quite a unmber of our merchants and down Tattler in Louisville Times. their families took Christmas dinner of the Co'vle j House, Mine Host, Lucas. A sumptu ous rcpabt was spread. """"E"lBH"i""E"B"Hs"HS'H"K"E"H"B(H"H3"l X None of cur society young ladies have announced to "receive" ou New Year's. This old custom hasalmoot faded away. ! We greet our readers of the Climax upon the threshhold of the New Year with a smile, a warm 3 aud a hearty "God bless you," and feel proud of the opportunity to come before them upon the ii'st day of this new part of time ready for whatever comes. Weal or woe, joy or gladness, fortune or poverty, let us 5x our eye upon the future and trust to luck, look fate iu the face, "sure the heart must be aisy if it is in the right place.' Cair. ny , i hu.-Hitrnii-niuP-- P-tor of road inquiry of the le partmentof Agriculture has coiHpItitl this mouth last night Outdid not create last week. ail interesting investigation" relating to much disturbance here. Misa Mary Adams returned irora a the use of the common roads u uJ(. visit wit relatives at Athens Sunday, ac- United States. Returns have been n r companied by her Berea. ceived from abo.it 1,200 countin-- , thuw Adams. ing the average length of haul froui farms . Adieuf?rlJ Miss Mary Jones, of Nicholaaville, is to markets or shipping points to Ik- : This is New Year's Day ! the attractive guest of .M'ss Annie Rich miles; the average weight of load for two Our toiyn was startled laat Tuesday ardson. this week. horses, 2,002 posiiiris; mil tlio average night by it tragic and fatal duel betweeii Miss Alice Richardson is spending a cost per ton per inile, 2 cent, or ?2 f r two jouiigman from the country who her cousin, Lena Williams, the entire haul. Estimatm;; the faru had coinjtotown "to take. Christmas. few days.with products at 219,825,227 tons in weight atBlueGrass, this week. e Meeting near the public Rev. Owen Young preached at Anti-oc- h ami making estimates on other artn tes where an entertainment was in progress, church on Tates creek- - last Sunday. carried over the public roads, it is caleu and both tinder the influence of liquor lated that the aggiogate cxponbe of this A large crowd in attendance. and armtd, as most young men heretransportation in the United States w Rev. R. B. Baird preaches atSiloam M. abouts are, a few cross words brought .jIMOYlH.Wo annum. Kt ports hate up an old grudge and shots were quickly K. church next Sunday. been asked from the United Statet jn exchanged nnd Will Johnson fell to the j Mw. Win. Ledford is on the sick list sills, abroad of the expense of hauling ground a corpse and. "Babe" Mitchell, this week. w hero the ro.uls are gwd, so as to render carried a lull in hi left- lireast from the Mr. Win. Ledfonl returned from Perry, possible a whu-will h,u effects of which he may die. The cor Letcher.and Breathitt countiesyuul other how mnch ef this large ontlay is dm . oner was notified and held an inquest, parts in eastern Kentucky, where he had The estimate the verdict of which has already beeir been in the interest of the Southern bad roads.upon information is venture, however, in the oihe published The whole town was in deep Lumber Co. He reports good times in of road inquiry, counting the ktx of t.ue sorrow owrthis terrible tragedy, and the the mountains. in reaching markets, the enforced i.Hr families oi both men have the sympha-th- y G. A. Roy spent two weeks iu the ness and the w ear and teUr tc live t. k. of our citizens. mountains recently.in the interest of the and hauling machinery eaHbcd by x r Many or the btudenta went home for s of the coat img' t Southern Lumber Co., of which he is roadr-- , that the holidays. manager. be saved by an iuiproveiuuHtoflheroai!- Much preparation is being made for Mr and Mrs. Thomas Gentry of Irvine the coinin? winter session of Berea Col was called to the bedside of the Nevad.i's gold yield for the pst vear r lege and a great influx of students is exestimated at Si ,220,700, awl the sil-Elihue Hall who is sick at the pected. yield at l7,500 winces. home of .1. W. Adams last week. Christinas passed off with our society Maine's liaiiieCoiimikskHiere t&tiinat.-tha- t II. IL Paston wife and child visited people very quietly nnd no parties or fully 4,000 deer have been killtsl relatives aud friends nt Versailles Xinas anything of unusual nature took place. day. the Maine wooU&tlifccea-The stores o!d about nil their Chrifctn.ah T. G. Perkins is quite hick at his home Four djs of ahrtOst ram in good and the buyers were plentiful in near Bald win. Chivap I eriHis (Ihhisj- - to vixr. tha. line- - Several turkey dinners were Mr. Elard, L. Haden and Mis Viola house- and residence property. indulged in, and but for the 3ad murder Million attended the social and birthday Mrs. Martha Swan, of Lw, Mass., wul o' the ni jht before, and the rain which party of Miss Fannie New by, near New-b- celebrate her 103d birthday thw eet. fell ou that day. the usual joyful time They spent a good time. She blind, but iu excellent health. would hae been the record. Wm. Ldferd is building a residence Van Rureii Cointy, Mich., has pat i John Rice says he is glad the holidav on Main Street. out S2,sW ia bounties for the fcil'm- - t trade is over. English bparrows during the post jear Judge ood's wife has been ill for for the second time Susan brother-in-la- McGuire, visited her Abe Gum, at Cleveland, H grand-fathe- Clai-bor- n - school-hous- R-- r - n h i two-thud- latter-brothe- -- r . o. cmii'-o- y i- -i Doylesville. ttt . i I time-houor- SLAUGHTER baud-shakin- g I Everything in our Store, consisting of 10O, CLOTHING, ....-,.- for" BEY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES Will be sold strictly at COST from now until January 1, WJG, to make room for our Spring Goods and give ns a chance to remodel our store . I HENRY KLEIN an ,210 & SON, Main Street, Old Bronstoir Stand. -- New-Year.- " JfeJ J. G. MILLER, MAN'GR. 1 C. POTTS, 1 i !?""2 SotattlftB American fc. Aisncy f shul-ingo- ut to-da- 1 AGENT COAL! 11 hid & Co. I 1 '! 1 111 YORK tIF I jnm. fVV Tilnv aiata 0S8ICH DATIUT. " w m OAVVITO -- DealerslijBEATTYYJLLE AND SOUIHEfiT HT. COALS. wf 5131,807,-7.Tyran- Assets, Surplus, Fern: i; "' wuuu &mmw smmxm WU.UUIl.UUO . ft . '- - " -- hi VMt Ul ISO Office on Irvine street - OPPOSITE THEEx- by-th- t New Opera market. Honse. r-- dwell-iughou- sa e Psiici;; Writlsa. 13-- Lovret prices guaranteed on application iu mil compete with aaycoal in the onj-selre- s h moon-cloc- House TABLEH'S BUCK BITE S&Ie s HM-- , "' iii L:-l :;; h ; gSTINQUANTITY. BES7IH QUALTT. we-wer- niUTUEliT SS!M !BIT-rTC- f and-Wiice- -- i poel-tio- tiUe-lii- w Z-h- d'. J SS. -.- i $ r- ltoiltfcJ3iiM.oWtp TJ.lCi-;.TST..a. im .Sawf !' - -- e-- 'li - ,." ISW B!I?!!U;! ka.w TOC Ftua.--j tWLVW vmmMm. lcnwni OIRTAIM OUC 'IDytWWUtMc Hi m a 'I I wish to renter "fecll privntely my new residenceon Brcadway. Lot d0xI9Q. J story Iiooee with eWir, bethl'ioosi water works and ail 'modem, ojttbaHaw8, Cistern: "New 8W--'- WHITE'S WIM me.- W fences- llousejupftfoted. - iisiss PArrjE snspHESssox: i)vI VERWSIJtUGE F0r?2OYAUl mw wm tSSmOl " rf- - -- '-- iT i Ji 5; S i, ,n ,3&th 'TVTHBtRTMt'lmMMmitUmOtlM iiiitfJwBliiiit8rft1h'Mi'Mifiriiiii ift . -- " L.' Dr.PrfciffMl led ait WORM Kvft?4lltt0ia WTTIS AUE3T.; X Bf ALX, lKTMSimL ITrtkr ttum -- ifc iiMiMHMiinni fjCj." t - . Boy Blue Charlie Golden, aged 35 years, died Fanny Kyati is dead died, Friday Kissed them antt put them there. Monday, Dec 30th, near Union City. clit and was buried Sunday. "Now, don't you go till I come." he said, He was a son of ''Nape" Golden . (t. White, Special Commissiouer, "Aud don't you make any noise !" Press lirokc-Th- e I hell house and lot. See ad. So toddling off to his trundle-bed- , Cumax press broke last week", deHe dreampt of his pretty toys. The Heine musical, entertainment at laying the paper. We areunderobligations And as he was dreaming, an angel song .m house last nujht tj as a fine one. to the Pantagraph for use of its press. Awaked our Litlle Boy J3iue i ties launders, ol Garrard county, The new wheelidid not arrive in time Oh ! the yeare anj many, the years are for projK!f adjustment I v js dead. See Kdenton items. lomr, this week, But the little to friends are true. and we thank the Register for use of its Mihj. Addie Maupin is now sojourn-- g press. By next week we will have ev Aye, faithful to Little Boy Blue they ,.n Richmond, her school at Bobtown erything in order and get out a little stand, t a tng closed. better pajter than this and last weeks. Each in the same old place. I'r Wanton represented Richmond Awaiting the touch of aliltle hand, Closed To-tl, tinHigh School meeting in The bmile of a little lace. The bauks, the post office and revenue 1 uibille last week. Jauuarj And they wonder, as waiting these long office will not be open ay. to-da- y. Cumax and Weekly Cincinnati En-quirer, $1.35. They following Js ono the most popuJAN. Climax and Weekly Courier Journal, lar of the late Eugene Field's poems. It $1.80. was written after the death of a little boy Welcome 1696. Cumax and N. Y. of his, whom beloved most tenderly: See Miss Mclcoc'a music class local World, $1.70. The little toy dog is covered with dust, Cumax and Harper's Monthly, $1.05. But sturdy and i tannch he stands; -'- Scire Anner married four couple Cumax and Cosmoplitan Magazine, And the little toy jsoldier is red with rust, . C.nstmas Meek. $1.90. And his musket molds in hia hands. The fire alarm-fr-n- i Sunday night tmus Climax and Frank Leslie, $3.45. Time was; when the little toy dog was Pigg's store. All other publications at greatly reA new duced prices. And the soldier was passing fair, - Revenue collections by Col. Kodes And that was thatime when our little s for Dec SS3.417.42. Died. WEDNESDAY, THE CLIMAX,, - - Lew Sakseriplien Rate. , L1TTLB E0Y BLUE. r TERRIFIO.DOG:AND BEAR FIGHT. s ! PERSONAL. 1, 1896.. Tbicc-a-Wee- k " 1'roi ucre niHmetl in Lexington Wednesday c n l they will reside in Cincinnati. Dr. John Vivion, aged 6S years, Mrs Mtnerta Adams, aged fti, and W. W. .gy died in Clark county recently. -- Ie Roole and Miss Maria Hunt a national holiday. Uncle Sam desires his employees to observe the holidays, and they never have any serious 1st is years through, " objections to so doing. ,. B M b'uerrant's Resignation of Troy Cliurrli. Some ten years ago he came to Troy church. It had about 150 members 3Vi ha e joined since most of them in profession of faith. Some-15members have been taken from the old mother church and organized into a church at Nonesuch and another at Elm Corner. Now three churches and a chf pel where there was only one teu yearn ago. Dr. Guerrant preached lialt his life time at Wilmore church, vhere he now is. Last Saturday he offered his resignation to the Troy church, because it required more work than he was able to give it with his other duties. He also w ii.hed to have more time to answ er some of the many calls for help mesticated at the doctor's sanitarium on Iebauou Shakers have learned the art not survive. of extracting and untilizing these digesin other Slates and iti the mountains. Dr. South Broad wav. tive principles, and it is for this reason Mr Bennett Tarr. of Park, son of Guerrant will continue to preach at WilAmputated at the Thigh N ui Tarr, that their Shaker Digestive Cordial is former proprietor of the more church Nieholasville Journal. DIXON AND rOWELL, AND WHY Warren boy, from The little 12 year-el- d meeting with such pbenomiual success 1. ntivttid Gub Works, and Miss Minnie THE LATTER WAS ELECTCOLORED NORMAL SCHOOL. western part of the county, who was the iu the treatment of dyspepsia. The Shawere married lat week. ED GOVERNOR IN suffering iuteusely with necrosis of the ker Digestive Cordial not only contains 1S51 Prof. J II. Jackbon, Principal ol the Rutimuud has a full blown dude; be leg bone, was relieed Monday by amfood already digested, but it also conColored State Normal School, has subts t.ur to look upon; weans gold glasses, a putation. He bad pleaded for a w eek to tains digesthe principles which aid the mitted his report E. Porter digestion of other foods that may be ' t, on his fnrger, parts his hair in the have the operation performed, mid his Thompson, Supt, of to Hou. Instruction. (To tlie Editor of t le Public . u'ile and wears a biher lock bracelet condition growing gradually worse, Dr itIn a letter of Dec. 8, your very brilliant eaten with - A einjile 10 cent sample The report 6hova that the fachool is in vi ntL ofl" above the knee. u li is Foster took the leg bottles will be sufficient to demonstrate a prosperous condition, there being in correspondent, "Savoyard," repoits Maj. its value, and we suggest that every sufThe remains of Charley Irvine, a He jumped from a roof twelve or fifteen attendance 105 students J3 males and 02 W. R. Jvinney as saying of the race for fering dyspepsia make a trial of it. Any ue .iinisher, who for borne time feet high some mouths ago and injured females. 1S51 between Gov. Powell Governor in leg. lie is now greatly improved. druggist can supply,it. al worked in a factory beyond the his It urges theinereiseoftheappropriatiou and Mr. Dixon: "Powell was elected Richmond j were brought !ck tu Committee by the State from $3,000 to $5,000 and by a small majority, dueoubtless, to his Necessary. Laxol is the best medicine for children. ist week for burial. Ed. II. Ballard, a prominent farmer at shows how, by thm binall annual appro- suavity and handshaking capacity," etc. Doctors recommend it in place of Castor There never was a greater mistake Oil Paint Lick, this county, was before Judge priation it will be able to make such imAddition to the Bar. y provements as are necessary for present than this. Whilst Gov-- . Powell UMiney Grant Lilly, of Irvine, has Burnam, Saturday at the instance of "I am cured since taking Hood's Sarsapopular, no man more so, or r now to Richmond and entered upon friends for inquiring into the condition and future use, w ith the students now saymore deservedly, yet the popularity of parilla," is what many thousands are i practice of law. Hisoflice is upstairs of his mind. The court was of opinion aud hereafter to Le iu the Machcnical ing. It gives renew ed vitality and vigor. that a committee was necessary to look Department, without the intervention cf the candidate had very little to do with i the iVooke building, coiner of Main Emancipation was the after, his property. Mr. Ballard has been contractors, and under the superision of that election. Carelessness in girjhood curses the au i streeU question ttiat split the Whing party the Professor of that department. - troubled of late with a diseased condiMr I .i greatest suffering and uuhsppiness in s wife and the wife of conIt shows tha' the appropriation made then, as the silver question has divided after life. Little irregularities and weaktion of the blood, having suffered greatly tor Pales ar2 sisters. by Kentucky islesstban any other State, the Democratic party with carbuncles, which has resulted in nesses in girls should be looked after In January of 1S49, Mr. Clay wrote a promptly and treatment given at once. Nru Warehouse Firm. impairment of his mind, though it' is the next low est being South Carolina and Virginia giving the highest ($15, letter advising the convention of I'attK' ami Kcrivner have hecured the hoped only a temporary oue. Dr. Price's Favorite Prescription procalled by the legislature to oo;u .,; warelKHiM at K. C. depot, hereto-- i Death Uf A Nell Known Former motes regularity of all feminine functions, Citizen. The school is accomplishing great good remodel her constitution, to the gradual makes strength and builds up a sturdy upieil by the Richmond Produce r. Gen. Bartleson Tajlor died at the iu sendingout thoroughly trained teach- emancipation of her slaves. Kentucky ("irii .'. The firm is composed of C. with which to meet the triajs to home of bin son John C. Taylors 234 ers, and deserves the sti'l further foster, did not want emancipation, but this let- health I I'attie and Burnam Scriwier They come. The Favorite Prescription is not Rose Street, Lexington, at 8 o'clock, ingcare oi the State. Frankfort Roundter created an emancipation party in the cojiI. grain, hay aud produce. m'i hai-Ua universal panacea. It is good for but Monday night Dec. 30th, 1S95, aged 77 about. Stat, mostly composed of Whigs. It 0 one thing. It is directed solely at one ill be piad to have your orders. he years. Funeral at the residence elected so many Democrats to the set of organs. The Value of lilue Grass Tnrkejs. i r. at il o'clock, thence the burial in the convention that they had a majority in Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical It is estimated that during the turkey the convention, though Kentucky had U .tw in Central University will begin Lexington cemetry. Adviser, a 100t page medical work, Gen. Taylor was visiting his daughter shipping season which has jubt closed, been the "banner"' Whig State. mornim:. The old students uiur-iIn illustrated, will be sent free on resome new ones are already on the County School Superintendent Mrs. Mil more than 120,000 fowls were slaughtered Louisville 60 many Whigs voted for the .n stamps to cover ceipt cf 21 mrnd. Now is a good time for our lion, this place, about six weeks ago, in Central Kentucky and shipped East. Democrats that they were called "Guth- postage only. Address, World's DispenXlatiip-CoRHty boys to enter. For the when he received a fall severely hurting This means that about $100,000 were dis rie Wigs." sary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y In the convention Mr. Dixon was forebecond ami third terms the tuition fee in him. It is believed this had something tributed in this section as each fowl to lo with his death, though his trouble cost au average of nearly $1 on foot, and most in opposing emancipation, aud Singers, public speakers, actors, auc llot proper L i'M in the cost five cent6 to have it dressed. Bour- prominent iu those measures which tioneere, teachers, preachers, and all was pronounced grip. Gen. Taylor was born in Madison bon leads the market, having furnished made it so difficult to undo the work of who are liable to over-taand irritate Pumpkin Seed Unrisin. about 21,000 fowls for Eastern markets county, and was the latt Brigadier Genthat convention, when the people de- the vocal organs, 2nd, in Ayer's Cherry n Thursday the pumpkin that had eral under the old militia svstem that be- C. S. Brent & Bros , of ParL, shipping cided to make a new constitution. Pectoral.asafe, certain, and speedy reletj. ein on exhibition in I). P. Armer's gan in pioneer days and was abandoned 11,000, aud the Manhattan Beach Co In 1850 Mr. Clay advocated the pas- A timelydoes of this preparation has Kinliw for several weeks, and which only just before the late war. He owned killing 10,000 at Millersburg. At Carlisle sage of the series of measures known as many a throat trouble. j been the subject of a guess at the the lands on which Madison county's J. II. Steweart (for C S. Brent & Bros "Compromise of 1850"' and which inhas yet lobe atA genuine uuiber of seed it contained by every original county seat, Milford, stood, lie killed about 11.0C0, and Warren Bacon cluded the admission of California with tested; but uotso a genuine blood purifier. (for C.S. Brent & Rro.) shipped 11,000 , of a dollar's worth of jewelry, was a member of the Christian church Constitution, although her Over and over again it has been proved from Flemingsburg. About 15,000 were territy lay c is ut and tlie seed counted. The coin- - aud a Democrat. in great part south bf the line Besides the two children above men- shipped from Winchester and 20,000 of 30 degrees 20 minutes, so long the that Ayer's Sarsaparilla stands alone t Mce was H. J. Streug, Ballard Luzon a. Win. Vories. It contained 624. Mrs. tioned, City Eugiueer Tayler is al60 a from Lawrenceburg, and smaller num- division line between North aud South to among medicines as the most reliable tonic alterative in pharmacy. It sood bers were killeJ at RichmonJ, Lexing- the Westof the Mississippi. Hurley Harris had guessed G25, sou. alone at the World's Fair. ton, Harrodsburg and Cynthiana. From tch was the nearest, and was awarded Mr. Dixon approved of these measures. Farnisbicg Editors as Well as Politicians. the above figures it will be seen that the i prize, a watch, or diamond ring, if s Carriages.'wagons and buggies overman, be did.uot A thorough Last Wednesday theCLiMAX mentioned trade was worth about $20,000 to Bourreferred. Guesses ranged all the way believe that Congress had any more right hauled and painted, at the very lowest 'nui 2t to 7,000. but generally from 50 to the remarkably large number of Madison bon, $10,000 each to Fleming and Nichols, 'to force slavery upou California than her prices. All work guaranteed to be as y eonnty men in the Legislature. about.$14,000 to Clark and about $1,000 convention had to force emancipation 400. good as any in the Slate. we call attention to the number of to Anderson county. Conservative estiRichmond Carrigs Works, upon Kentucky, men Madison is furnish in the mates at other points will briug the agS. L. Midkilf, Proprietor. His opposition to emancipation in the 39- The following notice of a marriage that outside world. There is C. E. Woods, gregate figures naarer the $100,000 mark convention in '49 lost bim the votes of tmk. place in Louisville on Christmas late of the Register, gone to Lebanon to The Modern Mother Paris News. the emancipation Wh:gsin'51,who voted 1 ce is taken from the Evening Times: be local editor of the Enterprise. Whit-t- y in a body for the emancipation candi- Kas found that her litto ones are improv"Mr F. W. Miller aud Miss Eva L. Anal sis of Hie Telephone Card. Waldrop has gone to Corinth to edit date, C. M. Clay; whilst his advocacy of ed more by the pleasant laxative,Syrup of I innell, of Richmond, were married in the Independent W. F. Schooler, Bv inspection oi the card that contains Figs, w hen in need of the laxative effect Hotel at recently a compositor of the Climax, is the names and numbers of the subscrib- the measures of 1850 lost him the votes ttse parlors of the or perhaps thousands, of ofagentlo remedy than byyflny other, of hundreds, -- 45 o'clock this afternoon by Rev E. J. now local editor of the Moorehead Aders to the Richmond telepohne system, Whigs, who uowdetebtedMr. and that it is more acceptable to them. Willis, of the Parkland Christian Church. vance. T. M Morrow, recently foreman it is discovered that only three numbers Children enjoy it and it benefits them. The wedding was not an elopement, the of the Climax office, is editor of The come consecutively 1, 2 and 3. No. 1, Clay almost as much as they had once The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is managainst loved him, and would havis gone happ couple having come to this city Jackson Hustler. B. J. New Ion, once ed- strange enough, oue of the last to be any man who upheld the admission of ufactured by the California Fig Syrup with a party for the pleasure of the trip." itor of The Herald, now the Climax, is added to the list. California with her anti slavery Constitu- Co. only. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. G. editing the Owenton Herald. W. T. The doctors aie the most numerous tion, or w ho ran upon the Whig platform g W Miller, of this city, and after the A new line of buggies, carriages, sur Adams, formerly associate editor of The patrons, there being nine. To a 6ick perLouisville, he and his wife came Jtegister, this place, is editing the Win- son it is a comfort to know that numer- approving those, measures. ries. barouche and wagont jut received. n t Frankfort to Bpejid Christmasday with chester Sun. In addition to this enumerIt was because of Mr. Dixon's They are dandies. Come and see them. ous physicians lire in calling distance. t is parents. personal They will leave for their ation of journalistic talent should be Just half the time is necessary to get a great popularity that Made of the best materia'., and guaran future home in Richmond this morning, mentioned Col. Richard II. Johnson, doctofby telephone as in the ordinary the Whigs nominated hiia, againpt his teed, Prices iower than ever before. t illowed by the best wishes of the groom's fot own judgment aud remonstrances Richmond Carriage Works, who edited the Messenger in Richmond way. many friends here. Frankfort Capital. S. L. Midkiff, Proprietor. 39- before the war, and who is now editing Next to the doctors coino the grocers, he waa sure these causes would operate to defeat him and when heaccepted the the Daily Commercial at Danville, 111. there being seven. Inuled to Lfctnre at Columbus, Ohio. Don't forget that James J. Adams and Second to something to eat seems to be nomination it was solely in compliance ilev. Dr. Young, of the Methodist Fred Broadhurst, proprietoreof the Win- either a good fire or a nice horse and bug- with the wishes of Tiis party who beUcved V harul.. tilts place, has accepted an chester Sun, both formley belonged to gy, as five coal yards and five livery sta- that if any Whig could reconcile the n to lecture before the Haskel party differences, and win the race in the Climax force. bles come next in order. Ieague of Ohio, at Columbus, These are followed by four drug stores spite of party divisions, he was the man Jauuarv 22nd. It is in reality a lecture Single Sentences From Several and four lawyers. to do it. before the Legislature of Ohio. Governor States. Then come three confectioneries, three 'That he failed was not for the reason Bushnell and other distinguished men Houston, Tex., has had a $75,000 fire. saloons, three hardware houses, and given by Maj. Kinney but because the w ill be present. Mexico proposes to have a $1,800,000 three butcher shops. By the way, it's a Whig party was "divided and conquered," aXtKHDICTOIR-S- . The object of the Haskel law is to bring hospital. great scheme to have a wire running in- as is the Democratic party now. If Maj. tWijuestion of local option before the Kinney, wLose friendship for Mr. Dixon on Sunday. Brazil has forw aided to Congress con- to a people every two yeare, without trouble Madisoj,' Twonew6papa.'s, two furniture house I understand and highly appreciate, and J. T.IIeudersou.txc.PlfTs., gratulations elicited by the Venzuelan or cost to any one. The law requires that Against Circuit two railroad offices, two mills, tw oschoolb "Savoyard" will dome the honor to read vote: J the question be prepared on the regular Court. S. B.Gunu.&c.Deft'ts. two bauks, and two ice concerns are in tbo history of the "Missouri Compromise Ten million bushels of coal left Pittselection ballots. Whether local option is and Its Repeal," which I hope shortly to persons having claims against the All evidence. Miss Eva Gunn, in force or not au election is to be held. burg last week for Louisville. Then follow one preacher, one dentists have in the hands of the publishers, I estate ofnotified to file the deceased, are same, legally A thousand Polish dissenters attacked If tli people want a change they can they may roe at least some hints of hcrebv one hotel, oue warcliouee, one architect, think lir'e it, one way or the other, every two a party of Catholic priests at dinner in the Fire Department, Infirmary, iaundry, the causes for the decadence of the Whig verified, with tha undersigned, on or yvtn. The idea originated with Bishop Albany, N. Y., and police had to quell gasworks, water works, transfer office party in Kentucky iu '51 and its disrupjalloway, of Mississippi, and has been the rioters. tion in '52, since wbeu it has- never had a aud others. Or same will be barred. borrowed br Mr. Haskell, ot Ohio, mem-tte- r An Iowa farmer broke his neck a week The Mayor, Police Judge, a policeman, national candidate in the field. Reof the Legislature. SUSAN B. DIXON. ago and is yet alive. Sheriff, aud Circuit Clerk each has a line, spectfully, E- New York, Dec il, 1S95. Ml. C 31. C. Twelve persons have each two lines, John A. Slattety, a prominent Cincint Masonic Officers Elected St. John' Da.r, nati lawyer, fell do n an elcvato'r shalt one to place of business and one to resi Dee. 27th. SHORT ITEMS OF INTEREST. deuce. and was killed. EICIIMOMI LODGE, Ml. 25. firuis fiave lines, and besides Seen Master Fenieus in the Northw est to the numE. E. Mticbell, W. M. It is said there aro only 360 Chinamen ber of 20,000, have rotified the President some on6 or more of the company has a T.J.Lipscomb, S.W. in the whole of NewJdexico, accordingto that they are ready to go to .war with line to bis residence. Claude Smith. J. W. Forty places of business have lines the registry certificates issued under tbo England. S. S. Parkes, Treasurer. whose proprietors have none to their resi- new law. Potorico wanu? to throw off the SpanS. P. Deatberage, Secretary. Gold is pouring into tbo dences. ish yoke. J. D. Feeney, JrM S. D. Ten bushier and professional men at Cicinnatiat the rate of $10,000 a day. Henry Clay'slast surviving pall bearer. J. D. Feeney, St., J. D. th'?ir residences but not to Tlie gold on deposit there is a little less Col. A. S Whitefield, died at Memphis, have lines to Millward Brown, Tyler. Wm. Harris' F.x. PIffs. 3Iadisot than $2,000,000. aheir places of business. iL R. Burnam and I). P. Amer, Stew- Udiuiua Aaainst Circuit The longest line is to Silver Creek, " locomotive) is running An A $40,000 residence in Dallas, Tex., was Dcv's- - Deft'tsj Couar. ards eight miles. The next longest to Cai- - in regular service between Los Angeles Win. Harris blown up by dynamite bombs at 2 o'clock AH personH having claiuw against the D. HAMILTON toDGE SO. 578, AT UNION J. : east, five mileejiext to Mrs. Watts'sfour and Santa Barbara, Cal.. and works per- estate Of Wat. Harris, dee'd, are hereby Friday morning CTTV. miles; to watet work's reservoir, three fectly and economically. notified to file the eame legally:, witlith'e The gold taxation is valued at $73,015,-00- 0 miles; Schlegeljp residence just outside .J. D. Hamilton, AV. ' The first of the five big steel disappear- ondefsagnad, or, orbefore for tnxatioa. of the city limit j about one mile. The ing guns, for nse at Fort Wac1iqorth,ie Jett, J. W. Highwaymen held up a Sub Francisco others are alJ insjide the Kiaiw. nVm. G. PowelL J W. being mounted- - It .weighs fJteen tons street ww and robbed iccpi?4 6y twopartiftf and throws a Oae Thompson Keen, MoieeUte. or tm Hillbe fcarral. eepftrfttuiJi H Tfae Society for Uie Defease of . . a J 3 ajirte. ir " Jbo. L. Srigw dt " ur ."3 - rC!t" i. l T '..2dHV 4 2 i" r - A : SEiinVjJdUHS.D.1, unli, tbW aat Caracas, fceaiectod In If 3J r rrnwiv :ft. ts. 'Vl'S - IU. T.T m .. -uij.j-.i.- ! ,. . t i! isi it, - rL jnias-JL- . Mfc: 2rTiDeA'6WllJ.A . r- ... I JmM 8 nf Cterhafl an honorary men- - CAB CCUCKK4 IfHB 8VCB IQWV orriuei jEiros'ww xmamtiw & a . -- ".: i v IU IV av-- : z. & SV ,i. ?ViM .'!- .w., i OMOfep ii $ Wrltoimj A HT.-!- f '. tim-ctio- hroaddtis' hitery Stable Removed. P. B. Broaddus has sscured the Dun can hveiy stable, the "Cassa Grange, 11m? con jKliceman? Broad-- t here is now in Walnut and adjacent streets are liack of Hotel Glyndon, and is possession, having removed from his old 1 with conn running at larger. '. . stand back of the Climax building Call i' L Muith was in Breathitt county on him court day. t week, ami let a contract far a north- million feet of f' na to get out fort A .Mild Case. ik 'umber. R. D Campbell was tried Monday before Judge Burnam, charged w ith partici"uer tlajrgur with creMHint shaped j l between Christian church and pating in the Christmas eve tragedy l na-lwChribtmas day. Lcae at wherein Johson was killed aud Mitchell wounded. There was little evidence V. utu A itibson'b. agaunst him, and his bond was put at I he Ocdeu comedy company which only $500, which he gave. The graud (juie near going to pieces here Saturday jury can scarcely find an indictment, d lit, was given a benefit last night, Mitchell is strionsly wounded and may d n"li uas well attended. 1 In the dust cf that little chair, W hat has become ofjour Little Boy Blue Since he kissed them and put them there. Dr. 0 Dr. Evans married Miss Mary Chen-aul- t, Mrs. S. Parrish went to Duffield. Va., daughter of the late Dr it. C. Cheu-aul- t. last week, to see her son, J. (7. Pcrrifih. An exchange ; 4 Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huguely, of Win- Dr. Silas Evans and A- - If. Witiier- spoon, of Lexington, who went for a ! chestcr, came over to the Todd-Frencbear hunt in Louisiana, c;ivc some inter wedding Thursday. csting experience connected with their Miss Olbo Cosby, of Foxtown, is visitsport. The hunt took place on the ing friends at Kirksville this week. plantation where Sormerly lived Dr. Christmrs week had its usual number David Barrow, of Lexington, about 25 of entertainments. Besides those elsemiles from New Orleans, From a lengthy where and heretofore mentioned, Miss account we extract the following: Florrie Chenault gave a party to her On the present occasion the bear was friends at the home of Jier grandparents, overtaken by the dogs after hours of Mr. and Mr?. A. B. Dillingham, upper chasing although he was often close Main street; Miss KatieSmitb entertain enough to the excited hunters to enable ed in honor of Miss Sue Hume at the them to hear his hoarsejireathing. When, borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. at last, they came up with the bear and Smith, on West Main; Mrs. Ellen Gibson the dogs, the monster bad already slain received at her home on tha South side three of the best and boldest of the ken- in honor of Miss'Houston, of Texas, and nel. He had bitten ono so that he cut was assisted by Miss Baldwin. him in half at the spine. He disembowMiss Nettie Ashcraft, of Irvine, is visiteled another as clean as if done by the ing Mrs G. F. Bradley. surgeon's knife, and killed the third by Governor and Mr. J. P. Eagle, of Ar- one blow of his dreadful paw. A well aimed ball from a shotgun in kansa?;are visiting relatives here. They the hands of Mr. Landon, stopped the did not go-t- Europe, the past summer, slaughter of the dogs, and the bruin had as announced, although they had to deal with men, with gunB and knhes. tickets bought and ali arrangements After a iew well directed shots and the made. Mr. James Rucker and his beautiful tlinut of a sixteen inch blade the brute gave up his life and the hunters proceed- bride passed through Richmond enroute for Versailles Monday. Thy were quieted to rejoice over theireood fortune. ly married last Friday at Lancaster. The Dr. Witberspoon has the paw of monster as a trophy of his somewb.it bride was a Mits Douglass. eventful hunt The bear wattbe largest You fan llelieve killed m this region for years, and The testimonia's published in behalf of weighed more than COO pounds. The Ilood'sSarsaparilla. They are written by skin, which Dr. Jivaim possesscH, meas- honest people, who have actually found ures six feet in one amj eight in their own experience that Hood's ill another. The meat was excellent, Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, creates an and broiled made as fine eating as the appetite, strengthens the system and abtwo Lexington doctors had ever indulged solutely aud permanently cures all disin, surpassing in flavor even the meat of eases caused by impure or deficient blood. the deer. They killed altogether 300 birds'; inHood's Pills for the liver and bow els numerable squirrels, ducks and other act promptly, easily and effectively. small game. Few people know that all plants conDr. Evans brought home with him two fawns captured iu the Southern for- tain digestive principles. They cannot ests as wild as March hares. They are absorb their food until it is digested any now domiciled,, but are by no means do- more than animals can. The Mount h o tl-i- s Highest HooorsWorId'"FlrJ Awarded (Election Notice! A. meeting of the stockholders iu the Richmond National Bank will be held at is office, between ihe hours of 10 o'clxck a. in. and 4 o'clock p. m., on rj 14th, 1SJS, to elect directors to servs theensuicg year. J. E. Greenleaf, Cashier. Jan-ua- frlliSrOlfgOliM CREAM Dec. 20, 18!H5. 29 31. 4 gp pal sn P It warm u n RUNirU imirit HHIflLlla m i m pi 11 jjH3 On improved farms in Msdisou county, Ky., at e per cenr, semi annual interest ; no commission charged. Address Geo. MOST PERFECT MADE. W. Davy, room 17, Kenvon Building; A. pure Grape Cream Ky. For blank applications of Tartar Powder. FrM from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. and other information, inquire of J. TEVIS COBB, Attorney. AO YEARS THt STANDA?U). 2(5 " Richmond, Ky. Lou-svill- BAKING POWDffl MONEY JO. LOAN if 1 ft raJInn m THE MM JEWELER,! HV I in the T Swith themarket finest ryeverbroutrht to this city. If you want anything in the Jewelry line, don't fail to give him a call. For the Christmas stock of Jewel Ilpafn !& Cannot bo Cared by local application:!, as thpy cannot reach the diseased jwrtion of the ear. There is only one way to euro deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube trets inflamed you have a rumbling sound of imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored to normal condition, hearing w ill be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are" caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the murous surfaces. Wo will uive one hundred dollars for nny case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F.J. Cheney, Toledo, 0 18 BSold by druggists, 75c. Free, Free Free! Given away for a few days only, commencing Saturday, Dec.2Sth and January 4th, 10,000 boxes, each containing one week's treatment of Wright's Celery Capsulj at T. S. Hagan's drug store. Any person afflicted with Liver, Kidney or Stomach Complaints, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Headaches, can get one of the boxes free. Parties living outof the city can get them free by addressing Tlie Wright Med. Co., Columbus, O. Pig. for Sale! A thoroughbred Duroc-Jersered pig for tale. Between 3 and 4 months old; abe(iutyand cheap. Apply at Ci.Imax y Bl ill iesMr Officj. or Cornrqissioner's Sale! Ricl mond BId'g.ctLoan NOTICE OF Corporation SALE Against C. Maupin, etc., j IN EQITY. By virtue of a Judgement and Order of a fca'eof the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at April Term, lS94,and December Term, 1895, in the above style cause the undersigned will, on I ink 111 Saturday, January 11, 1896. At about 11 o'clock, a. in., on the premises in Richmond, Ky., proceed to sell to the highest and best bidder, the following described property vhr: A certain lot of land with all the buildings and improvements thereon, located on Last side of Estill Avenue, in Richmond, Ky , beginning at a notch in a 6"n lot,Eaim Avenne, corner to T.Wells ?? thence with the edge of the street, V 35, E. 51 feet, to a notch in the street curbing, S. thence Last, oi passing 2 inches est of first gate post, a straight line to orlh corner of stable and straight line on t j Dillingham and JBybee line, in all 20o leet, thence S. 35. W. 52 feet more or ess, to a notch on side of Dillingham lV'e,iat ejunction etueen Bybeeand ells, thence with last named line N. o7, A 205 feet to the beginning, containh ing about of an acre. This property will be sold tosatisfv the plaintiff's first lien debt of $1,000 "with legal interest thereon from April 0,1894, till paid; subject to a credit of $136 65 April 0 JS04, and to satisfy a second lien deb", of W. H. Miller, etc., for $300, with legal interest from June 1, 18S9, till paid, and for $49.90 costs. Tsmis. Sale will be made on credit of six ti) and twelve (12) months equally. purchaser will be required to giv bond with good security, for payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a judgement bear legal interest from day of sale, with a Lien reserved on the propertv. il ip Rila ara n'i The U. S. Gov't Reports Cour'cr-Jounul- ., show Royal Baking Powder SUDertar to all others When most needed it is not unusual for your family physician to be away from home. Such was the experience of Mr. J. Y. Schenck, editor of 'the Caddo, Indian Territory Banner, when his little girl, two years of age, was threatened with a severe attack of croup. He says: "My wife insisted that I go for the doctor, but as our family physician was out of tow n I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which relieved her immediately. I will not be without it in the future " 25 and 50 cent bottles, for sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. Major C.T. Pictou is manager of the State Hotel, at Deuison, Tex., which the traveling men say is one of the best hotels in that section. In speaking of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dar rhoea Remedy, Major Picton says : "I havo used it myself and it my family for several years, and take pleasure in saying that I consider it an infallible cure for diarrhoea and dysentery. I always recoaimend it, and have frequently administered it to my guests in the hotel, and in every case it has proven itself worthy of unqualified endorsement. For sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. The wife of Mr. D. Robinson, a prominent lumberman of Hartwick, N. Y., was nick with rheumatism for five months. In speaking of it, Mr. Robison says: Chamberlain's Paiu Balm i3 tbo only thin? that gave her any rest from pain." For the relief of pain, it cannot be beat." Many bad cases ot rheumatism have been cured by it. For sale at 50 cents per bottle, by Hagan's Pharmacy. one-fourt- way of Diamonds he will offer yon: Rini: from One Dollar to Three Hundred each; Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Gold- tilled Watches to suit anybodj, and at pn ps that im can't refuse them Solid Silver hpcoiii and rorks m plain and fancy designs. Aline line of Dresden Ijinps of the latest designs and at erylow prices; just the thing tor a handsome present. A fine lot of Cut Glass that he is offering at reduced prices. A large line of lieautiful Clocks that will be an ornament to anvbody's room, and very low in prices. Anything you want in the way of Some Silver NoveUies. thing real fine in JUmbrel-la- s. Silver Mounted Congo Walking Sticks. Tm? latest brie a brae for ornamentation in Dresden, Minton, Carlsbadf Hiawatha, .Royal Worcester, Teplitz, Aus tnan and an endless variety of useful articles that you can't fail to be pleased with Don't miss them, and for ecry lollir worth bought gives yiu a guess as to the number ot seeds in a big pumpkin, and the first one gues-the exact number or coming nearest to it will tie yresuuted with a I Ian Watch, either I.adies or Gents', worth fifteen dollars. The seeds will be counted bv a committee appointed for the purpose. If ou don t want a watch, j on . . . can hae an j thing else to that amount . m a full line and at bottom prices. The following in the Ho will find 1 PB Ms ! 1 pi ps m EON'T FAIL TO CALL. e?3j waa.ex-teedingl- lie partarridinpapinriSpln M BpipliariBfrjJEplJapB ip 1 i 1 1 W. G. White, Special Commissioner. Madison Monumental Woriis, ANTF VCTURER AND DEALER IN to-da- ($5,-00- 01 Foreign y, - and - Americska E BRIDGEFORD'S MONUMENTS. m ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! - '1 ffi 1 sMihir ii r. vj 0 Tombs. Tmilets, IIeADSTONKS, URNS, al-6- Statuary. Et FINS n viiu A SPECIALTY. X5 Your Trade Solicited.jj Work delivered to any part of the for Designs and State. 31?"-Wri- 1 to-da- y pro-fnse- ly w I one-ce- nt te Price'. (ifcO.O. DOZTER, Proprietor. Comer Francis and Iivine Streets. Richmond, Ky. 13-1- M w 2 x W j pie-vente- d 1 ghost-stor- y ananti-slaver- y The country 11 wild pver it. What? The Blue Grass stiff hat. Wallace & Rice. 14- IN EW GOODS! 66 The Sixty-sixt- h 1 - I Dr. Price's Cream Baking- Powder World's Fir Hljbett Altdil and Dirlcaim- - SOLD IN RICHMOND. BY States-right- To-da- news-pag- er ililler-Finnel- l. Aycrs Pills, being composed of the essential virtues of the besi egetable aperients, without any of the woody or fibrous material whatever, is tlie reason why they are so much more effective and valuable than any other cathartics. The best family physic. If you want a reliable dye that will colcran even brown or black, and will plef.se end satisfy you every time, use Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers. UHMQ. Stove was sold to " B. W. SMITH. Fifth-a-.enu- e ..DR. H. H. ROBERTS.. DEALING!- - pro-slave- s The body must be well nourished now to prevent sickness. If your appetite is poor take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder wuded GoM Mtdal MldwlnUr Fair. San Frinriwn. wed-lni- Setting Grates. G rates set on shoit notice. Best workmanship. Satisfaction guaranteed. 284S0 Joe Roxax, At A. E. Caree's Lumber Yard. constlpa- f . j -- .a. s.Jc headaches. 23c at druggists. invi-Ca- tn Anti-saloo- M:tmm NOTICE Eudy's Pilo Suppository is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipa- TO bar-roo- 1 - -- tion, or money refunded. 50 cents per box. Send two stamps for circu'ar and Free Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered Hurmacist, Lancaster, Pa. No Postal. Answered. For sale by all first-cladruggists everywhere, and in Berea, Ky., ofiice between the hours of 10 o'clock a. by S. E. Welch, Jr. 7.6 m and 4 o'clock p. m., on January 14th, 139(5, to elect directors to serve tic en Lightning Hot Drops suing year. Whato Funnr Namel. 29-- 31 R. E. Turlev, Cashier. Very True, but It Kills All Pain. Sold Everywhere. Every Day Without Relief, There Is No Paxl ss And Low Prices ! Our buyer baa returned from the Eastern markets, after a prolonged stay in searcb of the beit values for the least money, and feels satisfied that never beforo has there been such a Corner Duncan Avenue stock of goods brought to this market, bought for cash and to be . . . .and Pleatant Streets, Paris, Ky: sold for the smallest profits ever known in the history of the dry OFFICE HOURS . trade. Space will not permit us to enumerate. Let us say that we have all the leading staples in Blankets, Flannels, Hosiery, Gloves--, .....S to 10 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m , Corsets, &c., for ladies, misses and children ; also Gentlemen's. Neck 7 to 8 p. in. and Underwear. specialties: Onr leaders for this season will be our Capes and Jackets for laEYE, EAR, XOSE, TR II OATS, STOMdies and mis.es, in fur aud cloth all styles and all colors, and for less ACH and monev than ever before. Our novelty Dress Suitings, Velvets and' Trimmings demaud your special attention. They are new, stylish handsome and cheap. Table Linens, Xapkins and Towels in endless varieties'. Election SPECIAL. To cash purchasers we will give a handsome dock amount to 25, or over. Examine as a premium when the purchai-ethe clocks ; they are durable, ornamented, and warranted to keep corA meeting" of the stockholders in the rect time. Second National Bank will be held at its OFFICE well-assorte- d IT ' Catarrhal Diseases. Notice. s White i&- & Gibson. r 111. - Election Notice be-fo- te I frt Elras rails rsila 7HJE3! m FrHi m rFHi m he i m i&i m mm m s rarai rarn srsJ rarry mnv mr& Rrai .0mpMmT0MW -- - JAN'A'Y 16, 1896, S. Tirkd Women Hud in the blood purifying, building-uBUiillMf" of Hood's Sareaparilla just what II1Wjj. they need. Airs. p SCOTT, 30-3- a GQmmissiossr's Isa Griggs of En-ni- g, Texas, gives her experience below: "I Buffered almost death with A meeting of the stockholders in the Sladison National Bank will beheld at ibi offico between the hours of 10 o'clock a,' in, and 4 o'clock p. m.,on January 14th, 1 J06, to elect directors to serve the year. C. D. CnnscLT, Cashier iS' 31 en-sd- fg mmmsay; oaaaoo ;iral: hU j: m. Ba Sub-Treasu- ry A TO CREDITORS. V NOTICE g -- -- Tw, 8ti it JjSM'A'Y. - iof'k ) 1818 r .. s - , 11 T !L 11 J tbih4!ddE3,l3 '. -? - atssffimim 400-doui- -. j, - ii -. .j--i- w- A j-"- L . -- .- .- trPl V- -- .'". fi.j vi--j- -- r. .- n.ii ul.u ? H-- v rf.. h whlcn developed iJtta very serious ill ' ' affection asdipMe SSii !A meeting of the-- stockholders of tha E a surgical, japjf tL . tlon necessary? I ' .pJsa; its office between the hours of ICo'clock, r:j! was completely ai m. and 4 o'clock p. m., on Jauuarv brbken down, bad numerous boils, and lifth, 1896tto elect directors tc serve the "MIH! wjUn I commenced taking Hood's trhl I weighed only 112 pound-!- Now iifls year, S,S,Pakkes, Cashier V2,U jvelgb over 125 pounds and im. in better I r for th past fifteen years. hUh than" was covered with eruptions; 1( any! Fipriaerly I 9 y say CyJtfAT&SD Several trnstwortlivgen-i- , clew. I rfrjn7 aklaTs ' an? 1c T "Pen or Isidiee to travel 1dkiv ,'for eatbliheff? relisiite Imhm? nllsnl StHly po-- !j so'eqafaw waifiow WW. tSMry'i78 and fesace nd setfjftddiYas' . m r - . J;iwr. Jincloae .aaj. . .&..A." .. iri-- ti. ..nH- l .:- loca troubles, Election Notice, .? p w " CHR'ISTMKS. mm? rNEARLY EVERYTHING - ' W HAD DURING THE K :.:.rush.... EAYE ' t,i..:ii ut.,j BUT !H A FEW DAYS A WILL -- m "ii; ..:SE W STOCK of just the things you., Sersa-peiril- la . Want. mf$mi I )- 1 re ."! - v esn-tml- v.rrt. .....b. ?.!?; "?fv 7 maviariTj. Ofi.- mjMWi . r. ETl.IS a ., u n . .1 1. .- ira Hood's SarsapanHa -. M.: H.BROWN, c 221 Main Street-.- -. cpp. Ho4rf GiyiKioi. is UUU'1DRh je "SKr."' '" , .upw. SIKTBIEXTUOJBSCNttE. 1 3U(Sip9l i WTWU. JLlW-VWItniil- SSH3StE- . - FS ft ! L . :teiMmM3Bfci&M KENTUCKY BREEDERS Bill J r rorlaln for Connliilon. rc Ky , Cec. lUctng 5S. with Sim mens ine lesimues. tna i'oweu joining m nocence, and many bilievo him, al- though DRUNKIN ROW. SoMtnsrr, Ky., Dec 24. At Strunk's Lane, x mining camp, 23 miles away, in Whitley connty, several miners engaged in a drunken row. Wm. Bates attempted to separate the parties, whan "Cal" Strunk shot him in the small of the back, inflicting a fatal wound. Bates formerly resided at this place, where he was employed by .the Cincinnati Southern railroad aa . a watchman. Strunk ran away after the shooting, and up to this hoar had sot been captured. It is thought that Stvunk had an old grudge airainst Bates and took this xnsthod to get even. Bates is not expected to live till morning. this city, Portsmouth, Ironton and Chambersburg, O., will join in an endeavor to recover a fortune of gfiG,000,-00- 0 due the Pegg heirs at Philadelphia., The claim arises through the expiralease upon valuable tion of a property granted the oily, and tho claim has been in litigation since P9-ye-ar weeke Tho breeders of horces In. Kentucky hT keen quietly t work for mnj eeV formulating a plan cf taction by which racing and race tracks could be so s not to militate against the breeders' interests They hare practically agreed upon a bill to be introduced in the cowing and a nweting- of breeders will be held at Lexington Saturday to consult and pass on the principal features to be embodied in the lw. The plan ia to provide for a state racing commission, which will control all questions relating' to race meetings in Kentucky, and n limit of Trill he put on all meetings at any track. There will be alno a clause posltiTely prohibiting and making it a felony to operate one. FRAHxruHT, reg-nl&te- A Faaeisirafcer Bho U the Bail! by "Cal" Strantr. Tfht Made 111 Bsrape. lence was generally expected. He was eonvloted on circumstantial evidence an developments subsequent to the trial have tended to prove him guilt-les- after the dreadful fire, mob at the time of hts arrest, a few vio- v coast of Floncby trie capsizing pt.xtv small sail boat,,. were stll alive, an I were rcister.'d in the- - Cuban array, They were picked up by a steamship and taken to tuba, where they joined the army. Fatal Christmas Eve. -- EXPENSIVE EGGS. Bare Specimens That Command Fabulous Prices. - I'lucnelal Information. Hcnuy Bloobumprr What do they do in bujket shops, papa? You should say: Mr. Ulooburaper "Whom do they do in bucket shops?" They do tin: bucket shoppers. Life. Tf i ! r, OLDEST lecis-latur- e, pool-room- s, ! MAY AND DECEMBER. Toanf tnd 1'rcltr, She Hkrrled th Atd Sqnlr and Cot tb Cath. Richmond, Ky., Dec Zi. A veritable union of .May and December was that of Squire Charley Stapp, a wealthy old widower, and Miss Tommie Phelps, which was solemnized at White Hall Friday afternoon. Squire Stapp is a friend and neighbor to Gen. Catsius M. Clay, and a few months ago when Gn. Clay took to binuelf a bride the squire, who is TO years old, began to pay his respects to Visa Phelps, who U only 20. but one of the handsomest girls in Madison county. Miss Phelps had numerous youth- Kentaeklaas In It. Ashland, Ky., Dec. 21. Residents of IS92. White Man Bald Cp by Jtefro LOC18VILLK, Highway- ful admirin, but the old :quire distanced all bit rivals and carried off the price. lie was a widower and repu-eg o be worth HO, 000, which before him she made him make over to her. The marriage is the sensation of the hour, at both bridegroom and bride belong to families. d mar-tyiswell-know- In Barren county Saturday night six white men were held up by Negro highwaymen and one of the whites was shot in the shoulder. Later in the night thet w hite men procured shotguns and after a long chase killed Montford the leader of the Negroes. One of the Negroes was also wounded. JAlL DELIVERY. Gate-wood, men. Ky., Dec 21. n AN ASSIGNMENT. Jeha it Manufacturing tssigned Friday morning. He was an and war, for six years chairman of the democratic county committee. The company, of which Gaines is president, has been doing an extensive business in wagon spokes and.other material, which was manufactured by the convict labor in the penUaatlary. Co., ff n W. Ualnci. Ilnilnrii Kan of Frankfurt, Ky.. Pall. Fbaskfokt. Ky., Dec. 28. John W. Gaines, president of tho Frankfort W.ll-Know- FKkVor.T.'Ky., Dec 20. Gov. BradWaul to rjw Our Twenty Cent. ley Wednesday afternoon intimated C?. John SitAKi'fcBuno, Ky., Dec. that Hon. C J. Norwood, inspector of McLowan and Henry Johnson, farmers mines, would not be reappointed on ef this county, went to law about the expiration of his term of office. tnenty cents, and after the costs had Mr. Norwood has served two terms as amounted to tiO they compromised. mine inspector. The governor says They were formerly great friends. he baa already selected a man for The salary is E2.400 and the position. Mattlrthlp to Ha Named Kentucky. Tha SlteMaa of a Senator. l.or5VTixr, Ky.. Dec. 25. Democrats have been Tery much worried over the illness of Senator J. TV. Ogil-vi- e. of MeOracken, who will hardly be able to attend the joint session to elect a United Gtates senator, but now W. ding. II. Sllglltr, n republican representative Qoer Breach ot Promise. from this city, is confined to hit bed LriOTO!T, Ky., Dec J6. The city with muscular rhettmatlsaa, and the of Lexington was Tuesday made the legislature will eontinne to be a tie on defendant in a breach of promise suit, Joint ballot until the republican house filed by Georfiv W. Waring, superinunseats Kauffmtn. democrat, of Lex- tendent of the street cleaning departington, which proceeding will enable ment of New York city. In the early them to elect a senhtor. part of this year Mr. Waring came to Lexington and drew up plans for a t Fool Boom Id Kentucky. sewer system for which he received Fhajktobt, Ky.. Dec. straight tip here Friday tnat an organ- 8500. Later he drew plans for the disized effort will be made as soon as the posal of the fewace, for which Mr. new legislature meets to pass an anti-po- Waring claims he was to receive 830, room bill The bill will be backed which he says has not been paid. by several Louisville members and X Strange Death. will look to the wiping oat of those inV.'hitesbcbg, Ky., Dec 26. Little stitution, both in .Louisville and Cov- Lela Collins, eight years old, daughter ington. Stringent provisions will be of Nat Collins, living near Mallie, incorporated in the bill and the opera- Knott county, waa found dead in tHe tion of pool rooms will be denounced bed at 'her home Tuesday morning. bv the bill as a felony. The child had been healthy all its life up till about two weeks since, when it A tain Behind the Mara. LQ0ISWX.1-E- , Ky., Dec. ?s The three would at times talk strangely and in the house and ?"en arrested Thutsday night at La wander for hours Gra'age, K., were fully identified yard without talking to any one. as VUliam Rider. John Lee and Chas. Physicians who examined the child Linn, three of th prisoners who es- could give no reasons for its strange caped from the county jail here. They condition. Inspector of Mines. were returned to the jail here Friday. ol at Loalsvllla. LorisviLLE, Ky., Dec 26. The boldest, largest and most successful jail delivery ever known in Louisville was Wednesday afternoon, when seven of the most notorious prisoners escaped from the county jaiL At what houf they escaped Is not known, but they were missed at 5:30 o'clock, when Jos. Pope, who has just been sentenced to a penitentiary term, informed a keeper that a delivery had been safely affected. The men who escaped are all white and are as follows: William Rider, murder; John Lee. murder; Daniel Conroy, murder; Charles Linn, grand larceny; Edward Lester, grand larceny, under sentence of four years; Joseph Lavey, grand larceny. The prisoners who escaped Wednesday bored a hole with bits in the steel ceiling of the third story, and, escaping to the roof, slid down to liberty bv means of a rope made of their bedsix-year- s" Seven Motorlom Prisoners Make Their Ei-ea- pe afternoon, Ned Burdettc had half his from Euclid, Hart counly, say that at a right arm and part of hi head blown dance in that vicinity Henry Mathis off. He was pushing the powder into shot Tom Mathis in thu back, killing a hole in tne anvil with a large rod ot him instantly, and was instantly killed ateel, and- - struck too hard, causing r himself by some one shooting him. spark to ignite the powder and exAlvin Mathis, a son of Henri Mathis, plode the anxil. It is thought that he was also perhaps fatally shot. He is can not live the young man who recently acquired Supposed. Murdered Itoy Returns Home. notoriety by running away with the Louisville, Ky., Dec 23. Lust Febpretty daughter of Fielding Beams, of ruary the badly decomposed body of a this county, but who was arrested in murdered boy was found on the canal. Louisville and the marriage pre- Atlcast that was tiie coroner's vervented. Henry Mathis and Tom were dict. Three members of Albert family identified the body and it not related. was buried by them. Tuesday, howGranted an Injunction. Shelbwjllk, Ky., Dec 27. Circuit ever, the boy returned to" Louisville, he had been at Los Angeles, Judge Carroll, at his home in Newcastle, Thursday granted the stockhold- Cal. Duel to tho Death. ers on the Cumberland and Ohio railKy., Dec. 23. It is HorKissvii.i.E, road, northern division, a temporary injunction against the L. and N. Rail- said that a desperate duel occurred on road Co., restraining the latter from the farm of Austin Peay, jr., near Ken stopping the running oi trains on that nedy Station, this county. Amos Petty division known aa the Rlootnfield was shot and instantly killed by AlBranch of the L. and N., and which bert Thomas, whom he had first shot they had intended to abandon Decem- and wounded. The trouble was caused by jealousy; ber 3L I'leas Clay eurremler. A Klot at Harneiily, Ky. UExnKitox, Ky., Dec 2.1. Plea; St. Louis, Dec 27" A special to the e Clay, IS, who fatally shot Emma Alves leage from M"adison-villKy., tays that a riot is raging at in this city Saturday night and made his escape, returned hera and surrenthe mining town of Bernesly, from there. Dissatisfied miners and dered to the police. Ho asserts that whisky are the cause. The local off- the pistol was accidentally discharged. icers were overpowered and the Mck Mruck Dead." store was looted. The miners LouisviLi.t, Ky., Dec 25. Nick are in power. Several people were Struck, a director of the Louisville hurt. Sheriff Thompson left Madison-vill- e baseball club, died at his home in this for the place with 15 armed dep- city Tuesday morning of typhoid fever, uties. after a lingering illness. He was a wealthy contractor. Shot Himself fiefore Ills Sweetheart. OwiNOSviLLE, Ky., Dc 27. Walker Born, Keared and Died In the ame House. Ramsey, a man of this Lancaster, Ky., Dec. 2.1. E. F.Wor-ril- , place, shot himself and was thought to sr., TJ. is dead: Mr. Worril was be dying Thursday. He. went to see born, reared and lived all his life in his sweetheart, Martha Warner, and it the same house, which is about a cenis said they had a quarrel about the tury old. Christmas gift which he presented to Captured After a Desperate Flr,ht. her, and she declared she would never VANCEnuno, Kv., Dec. 25. Joe Wilspeak to him again. 'Instantly he drew son was captured here after a desperate a revolver and fired a bullet into his fight. H?" kiocked down five men in breast. the middle of the street before he was taken. right at a Christmas Celebration. Vanckduhg, Ky., Dec 27. News KENTUCKY NEWS. reaches hero of a desperate shooting and cutting affray at a church a short distance south of Quiccy. A ChristThe Latest News From All I'arts of the mas tree attractad largo crowd. A Commonwealth. general fight ocCuired. Charles TOBACCO FAILURE. a young business man of CJuincy, was badly cut and may die. English Orders Were B Factor ; Ihe LesA General Kow at JdrKlnnry. lie Combs Collapse. Lexington, Ivy., Dec. .10. Leslie McKijney, Ky., Dec 27. A general row took place here Christmas day be- Combs, the largest tobacco planter in tween a crowd of whites and some America, has assigned, with liabilities colored people. Constable Tom Gooch about 5280,000. The bulk of the liaand Deputy George Reynolds nrrested bilities are due Lexi'igton banks. Asseveral men, and one, Henry Burton, sets consist of between 000,000 and 700,000 pounds of tobacco and 1.000 was shot. His wound is severe. acres of land in Fayette county, with 1 he aiercury Fell Kapldly. about 87,000 personalty. Ky., Dec 27. A rushing, roarPaihk In ing, blinding blizzard of snow, rain, father-in-la-the crash he carries down his Daniel Swigert, and his hail and sleet struck this city shortly brother-in-law- , Daniel A. Swigert. noon Thursday, the thermometer after The former is the famous breeder of dropping rapidly in a few minutes. It lasted but a few moments, departing thoroughbrfd horses. He, it is said, is on Combs' paper for 533,000 and for his as rapidly as it came son's paper for 518,000. r,.i-- t i Bonjueville, Ky., Dec Killed at c lis nee. 27. Advices Collecting- of Birds Eggs Has Lancaster, Ky., Dec 2.1. While fir- Thecome n Fasclnatlnc Avocation otBeing Christmas eve anvils'latc Tuesday 1'eople of Wealth and Stu- - Reb-hau- s' sa3-in- g Scrippe-McRa- e, six-mile- s well-know- n . Har-ma- n, Uakrousuubo, Ky., Dec 27 Miss Sophia Hardin, daughter of Col. Ben. Lee Hardin, a niece of Gen. Wat Har-- , din was Wednesday secretly marired to J.Haldron Grimes, jr., and the two left for Atlanta. Illotins at HIoointiel'1. Miss Hardin Secretlj Married. A MANIAC It was. reported here late Thursday night that CliKlCHSVILI.E.O., Dec. 27. Pan-handle Shot and Killed Youoc Co.its tVhlte In the Dining lloom. Hopkinsville, Ky., Dec 3a Thos. Logan, of Hopkins county, who shot man and killed Elvin Coats, a living in his family, several dnys ago, has been adjudged insane and plnccd in the Western lunatic asylum, near m A gram from Lieut. Young, of the navy, Ibe Itrldes Were Sisters. to Gov. Bradley, states that the secreVersailles, Ky., Dec 20. The partary of the navy has decided to name lors of the Woodford hotel were the one of the new battleships "Ken- scene Tuesday afternoon of a double tucky." wedding of prominent young people, Cat Htrnnk Captnrad. William R. Bishop being united to Miss , Ky., Dec 28. -- Cal Strunk, Mary Craig, and Joel H. McWilliams to of trunk's Lane, vrho shot United Miss Nannie Craig. The pretty brides Mates Marshal William Hates in the were sisters. Rev. Henry M. Shouse tack Tuesday night, near l'ine Knot, performed the ceremony. was captured at Tateville by Marshal Sovi-.kset- Louisville, Ky.. Dec. 2S. A tele- expenses. the tunnel men were rioting nt Bloom-fieltunnel, on the road. Very meager particulars are obtainable. The report is current, however, that the county officials fear they may have to call on the governor for help. Uhrichsville has been asked to be rea ly to send men to help quell tho trouble if necessary. A Pertinent Retort Miss Antique The man 1 would marry I must first look up to. Miss Sixteen In love with the man in the moon are you? Detroit Free Press. DECLINES OFFICE. Col. I- d this city. All the evidence at his trial went to show that he was crazy when the deed was committed. For a year he had been showing signs of not being right, but was considered harmless. As the family entered the dining room he deliberately drew a pistol and shot Coats through the heart He then mounted his horse and rode around the neighborhood, telling people what he had done and giving as a reason that Coats spit at him continually, and he would not stand it-- He also said he intended killing others. Kentucky Pensioners. Smith. Th Moral at 3trKinur, Ky. McKl.vxr.v. Ivy.. Dec 2S. After 52 hours of constant rain the shower ceased Thursday at noon and f snorr-i-torset in, continuing until night. It came like a regular northern blii-r.ar- l. m trouble anting the miners at llarnaley ws not a serious as was first reported. The officers are in fr.ll control and no one has been seriouslv hurt. Hit Itream Ead.4 ratally. Ma!onvim.e, The Trouble at 11 am lie? En dad. Ky., Dec 25. The Struck, who had been ill for some time, awoke from a bad dream, and died shortly afterwards from the effect of the hock of the vision. While officers were arresting a crowd of men who caused trouble on an L. ,fc N. train. Will Powell, colored, was prob- Lotisviixr, Ky., Dee. 28. John L. Earustox, Trobablr Fatally Hart. Ky., Dee. 28. ably fatally injured. A Death and an Ky., Dec. ?& Lee Wolf, a prominent dry goods merchant of this place, died suddenly of heart failure J. K. Cohn, a dry goods merchant, hat assigned. Aiilg-nraent. Pkicktos, Jnplter Co robin ad. Loihpville, Ky., Dec 28. Charles E. McKeldin has been adjudged insane. He thinks be is iampsoa and Jupiter combined in one. SAVED FROM A MOB. Hampton and B ?teinbergen, the Barren county bey, it Is alleged, assassinated his cousin, Miss Anna Jtclle Steinber-;u- , several days ago, was brought to this city Monday night at 7:30 oVlock to avoid mob violence. The girl's father, and a mob almost succeeded in taking the prisoner from the officers after he had been put on the train, and a lynching was prevented only by the engineer releasing the lever and pulling out under a full head of steam, with the officers standing on the steps fighting back the mob. Steinbergen was taken out of jail at Glasgow early Monday morning, but he waived an examination in order to avoid the risk of excitement and & possible lynching- - ""He was spirited to the train Monday afternoon in a carriage, but the mob heerd of this move, and followed, teaching the depot two or three minutes.before the train pulled who, Alleged Morderer Uoitled Oat of Ky., Jait In Time. LouirA ille, Ky., Dec 24. Booker Tarlton, of this city, Tuesday declined the appointment of statu inspector and examiner, which had been tendered him by Gov. Bradley. Col. Tarlton said Tuesday evening he had been and is now a candidate for delegate from the state at large to the republican Telephone System Rendered Useless. national convention, and his acceptAeulad, Ky., Dec 26. The tele- ance of the appointment he felt phone system of Catlettsburg has been would have necessitated his staying rendered useless and practically decut of that race. "The second and by the more weighty reason for my declinstroyed, for the present wires becoming entangled with the ing," said he, "was that my appoint" electric light wires. The switchboard ment would have been charged up tc may have to be replaced entirely, as it the patronage of the Seventh district, is thought to be ruined. and I as unwilling for my own advantage to do anything that would Gay's Ooefl Shoottag 'Record. militate against the claims of other W'jvcrrKPTEB Depot, Ky.. Dec 26. republicans in that district who have At a iive bird shooting Tussday State already applied for other positions." Champion J. IX Gay made a record of The state inspectorship pays a salary a full score, killing all of the 23 birds of 53,000 per annum. sent from the traps. In the general Gov. Bradley returned Tuesday night contest, expert rules governing, he from Lancaster, where he spent three killed 3 out of 100 birds. days with Mrs. Bradley and daughter, who will remain there u few days yet. Death of a Well Known Coadacter. Ky., Dec 28. Capt The librarian took advantage of the John D. Allison, a former conductor governor's absence to refurnish, paper and paint the executive office. on the Louisville & Nashville railroad, and lately on the Chesapeake & ELOPING COUPLE MARRIED. Ohio rs.ilraad, died at his home in Central City, after a brief illness of kidney Ihe Hrlde Is An Orphan Heiress and Tery Pretty. disease, aged G3 years. Vaxcebuko, Ky., Dec 23. An eloping couple John Newman, 20, nnd Christmas Wadding. I.iwRKXCKBURe, Ky., Dec 26. ClarFlora Keerans, 18, from nillsboro, ence K. Watts, who is well known all Fleming county came Tuesday mornover tnc county, surprised his friends ing before daybreak to the residence of Wednesday by being ..married. The Senator J. P. Huff, on Market street, lady whom he chose for a wife was accompanied by two lriends of the Miss Efiie Batson Gray, a sweet and prospective bridegroom, Robert Bram-me- r xively young woman. and James Gardener. The quartet had ridden all night and were Tore Off a Drive WhecL bespattered with mud. Miss Keerans Ky., Dec 26. Chesapeake is an heiress and orphan and Ohio Freight Engine No. 276 tore theandaughter and the late Riley Keer-is of off a drive wheel sear Gates, causing a delay of six hours in all trains, but ans. has been living with her grandShe fortunately no wreck, as the engine father, Maj. M. G McGregor. The latkept the track. ter bitterly opposed tho marriage and the young lady, in order to effect en Ills Burn Proved ratal. Ky., Dec 26. The escape, went to a Epring for a buckei Midhlesbdro. son of Dan Albright, who of water, and by was so badly burned Sunday, died was met there by her lover and his friends. Tuesday. The couplo left for Portsmouth by ONE KILLED steamboat. And Other Wouudedln a Battle With CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Hoi'Ki-aviLL- E, -two-year-o- ld Louisville, Ky., Dec of State Inspector anil Examiner. 25. - P. Tarlton Will Not Accept the Post Col. L. P. Washington, Dec. 30. The following pensions have been issued to Kentucky people: Supplemental: Dafeafely. rBfrHJBTHJBrKJBfgMjg vid W. Deboe, Crayneville, Crittenden Mr. Walter E. Bryant, for many years county; William Hargis, Dykes, Pucurator of birds in the California acadlaski; George Berry, Glendeanc, Breckinridge Renewal and increase: John emy of sciences, showed whut a collector may endure foricience on one of George, Middleburg, Casey. Reissue: Samuel E. Fox, Covington, Campbell; his expeditious to Lower Culifotniu. Joshua H. Bayes, Blaine, Lawrence; Guaduloupe island, lying 150 miles off William L. Evans, Vanceburg, Lewis. the coast of Lower California, win alOriginal widows, etc: Elizabeth B. most an unknown territory to bird stuBrent, Covington, Kenton; Martha dents, aud he determined to isit it. Clark, Trotter, Lewis. Restoration and The island is uninhabited, and vessels reissue: Minerva Gregory, deceased, do not usually pass near it, bo it wus Stowers, Simpson. Supplemental: bonie time before he managed to secure pashage on a freight Behooner. They America Lee, Frankfort, Franklin. landed him with a biipply of provisions, Loip. Crazed With agreeing to return for him in a wc:k. Bowling Green, Ky., Dec 30. MilThe week passed, but the schooner ton Chelf, son of 11 F. W. Chelf, attempted suicide by firing a bullet into viuue not, uim ,iir. uryant louuil liiiu- his body. The ball entered just above sclf marooned. He had collected a large the heart He had been acting queer lot of rare specimens, and discovered for some time. He was desperately in Kcieral new species of birds. From love with a young lady, and the fact never having been the face of man, many that his love making did not run oi ine uirus could Do cauglit by hand. smooth is thought to have caused the Delightful as the location was for the jrJEj rash act The physicians think he will enthusiastic ornithologist, the vanished eupply of provisions made his position die. on a lonely island unenviable. He was He Killed Ills Second Man. reduced to dining on shellfish nnd such West Liberty; Ky., Dec 30. Grats birds as he could secure, and did not esArnet shot and killed James McFar-lancape to the mainland until three weeks Arnet was drunk at the time afterward, when the schooner returned tho shooting occurred. This is the to the island and tookof.thenoturalist second man that Arnet has killed. und his specimens. Atnet was arrested Sunday morning The nests all at his home and confined in jail. It is interesting, of nearlythembirds are niobt und in the oologibt feared that a mob can not be pre- finds much to study and admire, liom vented. There was no cause for tho the tiny, downy home shooting. of thut fairy, the humming bird, to the apt. Stone Us Ula Farm. gigantic structure of the fish hawk, or Richmond, Ky., Dec 30. Capt Samosprey. One of the most curious of uel II. Stone, auditor-elechas dis- nests is that of the California bushtit, p posed of his Cae " farm cunningly woven of moss, dawn and near this city, and on Monday removed lichen. It is pensile, like a long purse, with his family to Frankfort, where he with a tiny round entrance hole near will be sworn into oflici January 1. the top for the bird, which is not He has engaged one of the handsomest as largo as its wonderful nest. houses in the capital city, and during San Francisco Examiner. tho coming winter some lavifch entertaining may be expected. An Ccugli-i'urthe most prompt and diamonds are nothing but pastel" "Shouldn t wonder a bit Her father effect hi- lemetly for diseases of the threat and lungs, is Ayer's Cherry It is not generally known that niucng made all his money at bill posting." Pectoral. As an emergency medi N. V. Recorder. the fads of the day the collecting of cine, for the cure, of bird's eggs is ono that interests the A aiartyr. Croup, b'ore Throat, cultured and wealthy, and one that may "How did Smith injure his eonstitu- Lung Fever and be, very expensively indulged in, while Whooping Cough, it affords u mild recreation to thousands tion so?" medicine when his wife ' "Taking of individuals of moderate means. The thought ho was sick." Iirooklyn Life. scientific collection of birds' eggs has, in fact, become a fascinating aocation, Acilu tlir- I'cet! Cherry Pectoral The Windy City iyietess and, rightly studied, u pursuit to which Wrote verses very strong. cannot be equaled. the systematic study of birds, their bithey could not lc printed, for But ology, and the laws governing their E. M. HKAWLKV, eAbVSHs V!tkl The feet were much too lomr is largely indebted, as acknowlD. IX, Dis. Sec. of IN LEADVILLE. NO JOY edged by no less nn authority than Prof. the American Bap Huxley himself, who showed that u XJfe There llus Urotrn Too Tme to Intertist Publishing Society, Petersburg, study of the markings nnd shape of tho est the Visitor. Va., endorses it, as a cure for violent eggs of the species aided materially in Tlieic used to be a deal more tricty colds, broicliitis, etc. Dr. Hravvley establishing the close relationship of and life in Lend ville than there is now. the Limicoloo (plovers) and the Gavioe In its earl, days every phase of human also adds: To all ministers suffering (gulls and terns). nature vas represented here, I'nd if from thro it troubles, I recommend Aside from its scientific alue, the there was any wickedness common to collecting of birds' eggs entices the en- any other section of Ihe globe of which thusiast by the marvelous diversity in this camp nad no specimen some size, shape and markings of the eggs, bad man would import a fitly painted by nature herself to adorn supply. It was a lively mining enmp the richest cabinet, in all that the (erin implies, and never The raptorcs, or birds of prey, are a hid the light of its wickedness under a Awarded. Medal at World's Fair. favorite family with oologists, largely bushel. Nothing was hidden, neither nor the gambling houses from the endurance, during and nere the saloons AYER'S PILLS Cure Liver and Stomach Trouble : requisite in scaling cliffs and lofty trees nor Ihe worst places. The nun; who to beciire their eggs, which are often, wanted to be bad netd seek but lightly us in the cape of the golden eagle, lor mi opportunity. As for the of an impromptu duel to the marked. This grand eagle seldom attacks tho plunderer of itb eggs, death, tjiut was so easily obtained as to j quickly - its charm. Hveryboilv ear- - i though it is unsafe to unger the markets. bird when its uett contains young. ried a "gun," and, soon or lute, everyg for p and sometimes three, body used it with a The eggs are ClN'CINNATf, Dec. Si large, and show great variation in the target. rLocn Sj es Fancy at 1 105. spring patent c Bt $ac0. fasty at 3.u). do at iZ.0j. do at Now this is largely changed. mai kings of purple, laiender and is not yet a prominent way station family at K.TD: do at JI6JL blotched or suffused oer the but buyers Wheat inquiries are fcurfnee of the shell. In California, on the rouce to the better land, but is will not pay the price freiuent. The market asked. where these eagles are most numerous, as peaceful as the average town of its continued duil. as a result. u lofty live oak tree is frequently seCons Sales: No 2 mixed, track, 27c. white ize in or out of the mining legion. cir. lected as a site for the huge nest of Men here arc too busy to attend to the tar, track. 20:: mixed whitetrack. 26c.21c. No. 3 track, Oats Sale: No. (.ticks, with its lining of Spanish moss, affairs of their neighbors; there does mixed, track. 2(fc. No2 3 htte. track, 20e used by the birds year after year for not seem to be an undue amount of Cattle Good shippers, J3.50 4.15. choice generations. A ledge on a cliff is also drinking, find business goes on about butchers', I390&4.I5. fair to medium butcha common resting place, nnd out in Wy- as it does elsewhere. State street is ers', ia5043.fi; common. 2.5J 3.25.lizht. JTOJiJ Vm. Calves Fair to good oming an eagle has found a perfectly Ktill here, nnd thoseo-whknew it in 8.00: extra, $3 25&8.50. common and larje. J3.0) wife place to ruibe its young on the flat other days may be interested in knowB ft 75. Hogs Select butchers. i?3 6033.65. good 1op of a giantrock. Tim nest is in plain ing that its sanitary condition from a packers. 13.43&3.G). fair to view, but is inaccessible. moral standpoint is still bad and need- 3.6S. common and rouli, $3. 15Rood45.light. 3.o03 t 3. The California coudor a bird i$h a ing fumigation and disinfection. An SiiEEr and I.amih Sheep. Extr. 3 00"& energetic and general conflagration 150. choice. f2.00i275- common to fair. jUfla sweep of wing ten feet from tip to tip, nnd the largest bird of flight in the iilong" that thoroughfare would. result 1.75. I.ambs: Kxtra. ft 10 4.25: good to choice, 3.50(il.00 coaunon to fair. ?2 75t3.41 world, not excepting the great Andes in a purificitiou of the moral and physWool Unwashed. Tine merino, per lb SQ ical atmosphere. Still, I contend that 9c. quarter b.ootl clothing. 13iillc. medium condor is a species of much interest coarse. 11 lie meand clothing. to oologists from the extreme rarity I.endville is no worse than niauj other nnd value of its eggs. This condor is towns, and by comparison with some dium combini;, 15c. Washed: Fine merino. X to XX. per lb 13311c: medium clothins. 16c. becoming extinct, like the great auk; of them, and especially with its former delJinc. Hecce. 1516;; long combing. 11 15c; und.asif ithnd a forecast of its impend- belf, is a bright and shining light bet quarter blood and low, 13 11c. NEVf YoilK. Dec. 2S ing doom, it resorts to the most pre- upon a hill. Louisville 67Sc; Wheat Nn 2 red. March. 66 cipitous mountain, When, gj some May C5'4.j65c; July, Ol'.'&Co'fc craggy and perhaps inaccessible steep, Co is No. J, quiet. January, Zl'lf&t't Mjy, l.onl Itramwcll'x 1'icty. No. 2.31235c. it deposits its single egg cj pale, greeni'he late bishop of Winchester is said Ovts No. 2. January. 23,c asked. May, 2'TIo ish blue in a cate. But seven eggs are known in collections, nnd the value of to have possessed, among his many askrdr wcmc n. 2JVi'82Sc. Toleiio. O . Dec 2. one (considering the probability of the otlieriiunlitics, that of sarcasm. A good Whlat No 2 red. cash, and December, grcut bird's early extinction) ia ery sto,-- is told of a retort he made to the Co'.c. May. OriJc. So 3 red. cash.6l;ir. Cons No. : mixed, rash, 2Sc: do May. 2SV4c great. More than $1,000 has been paid late Lord Brnmwcll, who, meeting him for a single egg o the great auk, of on his way back to his room to take off N'o. 3 yellow, cash, 2!!iC. which there ure CS eggs In existence. his robes after reading prayers, in the Oats Nominal i'ittsdcrgii. Dec. :a America can claim two one at Vassar house of lords, apologised for having Cvtti.e Receipts very light: market steady been absent from the ceremony. "When unchanged prices. t college nnd one nt the academy of natHoes Prime light. $380a3.85, mediums. J3.70 ural sciences in Philadelphia. The lat- I l.neel down it gives me palpitation of 33.75: heavy. 3.60&3.C5. the heart," said Lord ISnuiiwcIl; "and ter collection held for many years Sm ip Market Is strong at unchanged among the rarities an egg of the Cali- it would not be respectful for nir to sit prices or stand vvliileyour lordship was prayChicauo, Dc is. fornia condor, but it mysteriously dis" Uishop Thorold, perhaps knowf ii'N on May wheat openod at 59', c, advanced appeared a few years ago, and it is sup- ing to oU'Jc. last price 59.c. Puts opsncl at JS'.'O posed some scientific kleptomaniac ing almost as much about the old ISUc advanced to 5SjC, last price SS'jC. did Lord Urainvvell baton's thought it no sin to transfer tho treas- himself, sanetitv as in measured tones: Calls, on M iv corn opened at 27',c, last rrice answered, 277a:Se. Puts opened at last price. 2S'sc ure to his own collection, where he is Haltimohk, Dec. ia ! "lfay do rot mention it. Lord holding it for a rise in price. 2 red. spot and December. CVJ Wheat N. I am sure .vol'? lordship ex n be Information as to the nesting habits equally devout whether you are stand-I't- K'c: steamer. No 2 red. GJ'.afiic. C'okn Mixed spot and jcar. SiiS-IcJanof the California condor has been exkneeling, or sitting I will not say uary. 31 ceedingly limited, and until 1SS9, when lying!" The playful old judge after-- v Ovjs NoS'JjC. steamer, mixed. 33UC. No. 3 2 white western, 24fj214c. an egg was taken for H. R. Taylor, edmixed. 22HQ23J. an!-: i i . Iio had ie.nl pinvcis i rj KveDu tnd steady, unchanged. itor of thcNidio!ogis(,nocggshad been that afternoon, itml, on being told, reDukfalo, Dec. .I taken Bince the '50s. The taking of this marked, with a sparkle in Ins eyes: Cattle Nf,ne on sale egg show ed the nesting time to be early ''He's a sharp tellovv." Hoc Higher. Good weight Yorkers. !3 90 Household in May, and that but one egg is laid. Words. 100 light do. 'H0J 110 medium and mixed oackcrs. a8J.i39"i heavy tyogs. 0 Ihe collector secured the great egg after Suekp and L.mu Good lo choice larsbs, u hazardous cliinb down a rope, which f5 00 5rX). ligat to common to fair. 4 iMi4.05; he had fastened to a bush on the bluff Several trustworthy gen-- mixed sheep, good to prime ilijiiiulj uboe. The condor's egg was found ly- WANTED or ladies to travel in Kento fair. t2 2502,50 exports, 3.00 &51. IsotSAPOLis. Ina. Dec 2S. ing in a hollow in the cave, with a few tucky for established, reliable house. Catild No change in market. feathers for a nest. The condors had Sidarv $780 and expenses. Steady poHogs Good to choice medium and heavy, been frightened off by the discharge of sition. Endow re fere nee and self ad- 3.605365. mixed. Aa 360. chilcc H;hts, c3 61 1365. the collector's gun, and fortunately did dressed stamped envelope. Sheep Good to choice lambs. HCO Compauv, Third Floor, Omaha Bldg., 25; not return while he was hi the cave. He ommon lambn. $i7ja375; gocd to choice 2'' had not come prepared to carry any Chicago. ihscp, i275 i3 W eggs, but taking oil his shirt he wrapped the vgg in it and lowered it to the botIHBlJininrOOFR-J- I tom of the cliff, himself following it Appropriate. "People say that Ethel Tenstrike's AND THE BEST WE ARE NOW BEADY. Less thai)' One-Four- " th of Ite4Ular price. IHRI'S IHE CHARGE HflBE BTf IHE' dents of Science. MM if! Come one, come all, and see the largest line of Boots, Shoes I FOR A I I llfliEl TUE. AYER'S eo-lutio- n, and Hats ev'er -- 'msrfflm - '? brought tollichmoiid. I Fi flfprtMrtj fa Ula si EwKrkt Bw'jm" !; EJtiii TrfJ f Lrttirli ''- t a JmmmI - AYER'S Cherry Pectoral , Our stoekis now complete in every department. We have all the latest styles, and we have them at the right prices. We promise to save every customer money who makes a purchase of I Jmet ol iiist-nctio- n O AHVKK1IM-- : the CNOelienie bv ! I i)' .. - of ence we will in Book ktpinii. Iir mail at ONE- - FOURTH OF ie a thorou Doue'c and LE'-'- S corre-rx- n u h !I t . . lwnu-tlfull- y diver-tiscme- i nia-est- ic Io-t- to, the fellow-bein- Our goods were bought before the great advance in leather, and us this fall. we can make you. a rich-brow- Lcad-vill- . Our ivethod ot instruction b mail supeiior to t'vat of any other . IlurxJred itC testimonials nl our patior testifying to ilie iiktiIs of ovir i. on fiV in our office. Our Mail I). j ment - urier the personal mptrw-i- f under w hoe jiv i an aUe the liihcst detiree ot" cnnpelenc rn.ii attai"l bv correspondence. R'ad one of our Kentucky students a WlCKLlFKi. KV., Oct. 1. S ,; Capital City Commercial Colle. e, l. peka, Kansas. Uentli-mkI am very much please with the ttxt hook- - ned by ou mi struct'on bv mai'. Your business i.h'i and paper, are up to datr nothirg oS -r PRICE to a Ihnitt-t- i REM I. number of peroi . " petitors can not price that our com- - -- , nc llo-Ioc- . Courier-Journa- l. 15-- reach. We have all the latest styles in stiff and soft Hats. Don't' buy a hat until you can see our "Board of Trade" and Grass," the latest in soft and stiff Hats. We have a large Jine of Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Suspenders, Underwear, Neck Wear, Collars and Cuff's, I an n j- -' are er explicit ami plain. the science t.f Hook keeping in t'u- - ., j'ist as well, and sie the ex., at ho-n) of board, etc. You s rrrectful v. M. F loi'Nsos Full particulars sent tree by mention I ing this paper. Address e i- IcteiHvtif lading. Yovir intriu.t'ii I tO cafihl crn msEieui rmm. V. 6th St., Topeka, Kansd OR T 1 THE STOREHOUSE Now occupied h HU lhe"Cclone," next r'oor to 1). I. Armers Jewelry Store, for xear lSyf. Possession gien JiMtarv. AppU to .. J. E GRFENLEfF Shirt Jewehy, Shoe Polish and if! & I 1EBES: fODPER O a STATE I MB ISWhborekkokgkess CHICAGO. Blacking. Children's School Shoes a specialty. Give us a call and b? convinced that we have the latest The Big Store AT YOUR HOME. a-i- liram-well- g. . Our - 1 1 1 1 styles and lowest prices. ' 208 Page Fall Catalogue f?-- ta-.- 1 com-ai- on -' Handsomely illustrated and tilled f - " beginning to end with best select'. from our immense stocks will be ..i promptly on application allace i:J-l- 4 Rice, FREE When sending for it mention this yaper. imrrrl i' lEirgfiSfgisrgppJsfrll MpBpBJrrlksTraapJS IS p mm pnjs ill iipniiiijjiy K ijSilJiliiH P Ss Si friUs S)sl d. lieiien-eovcre- d, t, "blue-grass- lHA tt H b K 1 E H Ib B hI IhIB KIHR ErPi3 life one-tent- h out ROW AT A DANCE. A DUpote a to Who Shonld Dance tha Keit Set With the ISetle of the Jla'J r.nttt n Bloodshed. At a Bi:owA3VIM.k, Ky., Dec dance given at the residence of Robert Campbell, near Tine Grove, Dane Simmons and Jesse Powell had a dispute as to which of them should dance the next set with 2. Miss Celia Gross, the belleof the balL It ia said that Miss Celia could not decide the matter, and a, fight was the result. Powell was cat In the neck and arm, and Simmons wse considerably bruised. Mis Greta was aererely cut Jn the hated. Xr. aispbell secured & club an4 tWecteaaa to brain the Mtaats; WW.- - Un Beiamtew ftMX w?iwi1MiioBr, Ui , WmM)mIu. com- - 4.1(4 ftVi)t ,1s Dec 27. News of a terrible battle between revenue officers and moonshiners in the Cumberland mountains has just reached here. A number of revenue men 'tinder charge of the famous "Kid" Greer, Invaded Letcher counly ia quest of illicit stills. 1 hey were surprised by the shiners. i ho were behind a high embankment. Greer received a bullet in his hip and another in his ahoulder. JimWinfield, one of the "shiners," was killed, and Ddvid and Sam Collier and Marion Brown were taken prisoner. The revenue taen arrived at Preatenburg, Floyd county, Wednesday, where they told of their experience.. Greer is not badly hurt. Several stills were cut to pieces, and about 2,000 gallons of brandy and whisky destroyed. REDDICKS SENTENCED. He Get Ufa Imprisonment Many Believe the Bss Is Innocent. LAXCAfcTElt, Ky.,Dec27. Henry who is charged with the burning of tho Miller hotel at this place last Januttry, causing the death of Mx. E. A. Pascoe, the landlord; his mother-in-laMrs. Masters, and son Oscar, was taken to Ihe penitentiary at Frankfort by Sheriff T. B. Eobiasoa Tkareday worning to serve oat a life sentence,, imposed by the iSarrar.i circuit, court fts April; and re- Ll1y nirmed. Vjrtlti eeut.'Jnf jh LrxiKBTOK, Ky., Red-dick- s, Maeashlaers. w n L ' , - ii 1",J .1 " " ) '""' " "There is buch a thing as exc-of zeal, even in a servant," rcmarkel Mrs. X the other day. "Wishing to be WE DEHTrl members, which has been playing a particularly economical this year enweek's engagement at White & Brush's gaged a 'plain cook' at low wages opera house, this city, struck a snag quite an ignorant girl, but most willing here and Sunday night disbanded. and I proceeded to teach her with a Their entire outfit was attached for capital receipt book how to make 'made board bills by the proprietor of the ho- dishes" for dinner. My dear, the ambitel at which they were stopping. tion of that woman knew no bounds! Gov. Bradley Announces Pardon for a Nothing would satisfy her but to atCrazy About the War. Convict and aa Appcilntment. Emebson, Ky., Dec 30. John tempt something new every day. Ev ery FkaxkfOrt, Ky., Dec 23. Gov. beBradley Tuesday afternoon presented camea native of Germany, but who be- available spare rioment she pored over caturalizca last cook book. At first 1 was natural'William Fain, a man from Rock came suddenly insane November, war the delighted with her ambition ly over the and Castle county, with a Christmas gift in the shape of a free and unconditional qaesuon. to He imagines he has been bought everything she asked for, and report ordered thought how fortunate 1 was to get pardon. Fain was brought hsre about an army, and tries at Washington with such a creature, to induce every one aud how 1 w ould cston-is- h ago, and has been a most three years to join the army. He is harmless, and my friends by and by with the dinexemplary prisoner. ners cooked by my aspiring Bridget. The governor has appointed Hon. will be taken care of by his brother. But when I made up my accounts at the afoland C Burns, of Ashland, to act as Shootloc Scrape nt Chaplin. end of the special judge at the march term of the Baedstowx, Ky., Dec 30. James groceries- month I found thnt the extra I iiad bought for Pike circuit court in plnce of Hon. L. Thompson was chot end perhaps fatalexperiments J. Crawford, of Newport, declined. ly wounJied by a Negro named James herless successful, which, al though more or were not .Caltert, who has been arrested. The batisfactory cost as much, altogether Attempt to Brealt JalL if not more, Coyjxgtoj.-- , Ky., Dec 23. At 12:3G shooting was done, at Chaplin, this than would have bceu county, where there is considerable iv cordon bleu. So I paid the wages of Tuesday morning, whilei Night Guard considered thut it John O'Brien, of the Covington jail, excitetrcnt, as it is claimed that was not my metier to train cooks for my was making his rounds he detected an Thompson was not molesting Calvert licli friendB for, of course, she will attempt at escape. The prisoners imleave ine when she becomes really exSensational Scene In Court. plicated were Albert Bipshell, "Pray Vancebuho, Ky., Dec 3a In the pertsPhiladelphia Times. Jack," nnd Walter I?orsoj. They are courthouse Saturday morning Mrs. "hobos," and had been placed togeth- Betsy Parker, who Trusses for hernia were known to er. They were digging into the brick on a peace 'warrant had been arretted sworn out by her ihe 000 from the waU with the aid of an iron former husband, William Parker, drew ns Phoenicians a. 3 ears lefore Christ, frUlal is shown by rotive image recently poker. The trio was soon put in safe a clnb from beneath her cloak, and, it quarter and deprived bf anything is said, stmck her former spouse. They found at Soubstt, in ihe possession of Dr. l'oucet, chief medical officer of the that could in the remotest possibility were finally separated. French anny in Tunis. 1!be statuette aid another attempt .Is of term aotta, representing the Doesn't Want It. The Arnold Brothers WerajKot Drowd. gotl Jiisou;- - buC around Its Louisville, Ky t Dec 30. CoL Thos: Fkaxk-okt- , Ky,, Dee.J85. Ber. ;T. BUffi? JL Sherley, of the national democratic ',vakt Is"an elaborate N. Arnold received a JtetVer at.aoou forms of hernift from Cuba signed bv Millitr, a 'govern- committee, announces- that" Louisville ;nresbcwn cin: tliV aftifw'hleS:thfc ment official, which J? lj.it ed. Uitt hU lis no longer a candidate for iheba-- t iLaiieetcbJlaaFeriitctHiiIsetin of tierafiU of - itttoi-iobi, Henry and Dsltoii, trho' . yftiirt tiooal conventioa Lack fa -iateresi irr , .. - :r.i ' TJi. ''!'-j? ,ub rwe cuiiseo i a r jxmtA wiMtiwa wrtiwBttjjw., j lB, y j m0mmmriBPV jm. r" f, J 9 ss 1 Opera Troupe Disbands. Richmond, Ky., Dec 3a The Ogden New York stock company troupe of 11 Ambitions Cook. In Order to Keduce Our Immense Stock pi1 We will To - Diiy Begin a of New Fall mid Winter Clothin g, Mus-ee- r, 17-ye-ar And sell them at a Greatly Eeduced Price. Our line of Suits and Overcoats is by far the largest and best in town. We have ali grades,, and in whatever 3:011 may want. Come and Get a Bargain. B SBf 1J B H H lp mm rtJJS E Erg - and-me- ats 3lra m H IB IB T B IB t""" TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS, SJS ;3JEq:cStDjB: "3 t r rsi ral ipl v m if J -J ' -,.," o ' : tm " andjfeftlerentine-siallJotru"YwifHi- B m " " 553 - ' Us-Cfc.VJL- JUS-- 1 'H' -- 5 " " LVLLJIX " ( J. Ts- - v " fitJ 1 :tok 1 I r. i- j y Jl w , J i- -; Jr" I - . -