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When she entered her aunt'a drawing room, n little admiring hush and then a Httluadmlrlng murmur greeted the softly draped white figure, such as was hardly to be expected from a company so familiar with the sight of her, Hut all wcro nut equally familiar with it; an athletic, bronzed young man who was talking to Mrs. Lounders (his hostess, Aunt Sarah) contributed to tho hush sc to speak, by stopping short In the middle of his sentence as his eyes rested on Mrs. Matmoat, and then ejaculating, "Is it It RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, L896. NUMEEE 31, The o between i and health is sliarply niar as that betvv--c BawiaaHiCariaw 'U darkness light a. . suf- make enjoyment of life impossible even a ferings of disease The 1 n ft-rf.gy.- J !T;!:?. . iV makes healthcommon-p- and perfect ace existence i j. bn;;ht and happy one. Th- thing about disease is that cr-s- t cf it is needless. Nine-tenth- s of it can be subdued by very simple remedies. Ei en that most dreadful malady, can be cured in 9S cases out of a hundred, if it be treated in its early stages with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Consumption is a disease caused by impurity of the Wood, and the first thing to Le done in its treatment is to make Vie blood pure, rich and wholesome. That :s halt the battle. The other half is the impregnation of the blood with cleansing." healing, invigorating medicines. The "Golden Medical Discover does both. It first puts the whole d.gcsuve system into perfect order, nds it of all impurities and from the vantage ground so gained, reaches out to every fiber of the body and restores all to perfect vigor. It cures many diseases, s:mp!y because many diseases spring from a set of common causes. The same disorder may lead to different symptoms in different people. What might be only a. little indigestion in one person, may combine with a slight cold in another and result in consumption. A treatment that tones up the whole system is always the safest. A medicine that is good for the general health is pretty sure to cure ordinary diseases. Twenty-on- e cents in stamps sent to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, X. V., will bring a large 1000 page doctor book. It contains photographs and letters from hundreds who have been cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. tr-jen, what Is teat noucT- said the glad Nevr Year "X jw. hat i that eiapHlar sound I hear? Ah if all the paper in all the world t.ere rattled and bbalien and twisted and N-i- - twirled. 'Oh. that," said the jolly oW Earth. "U the noise Of all my chiWrea, both girls and boys, A turning over their leaves so new. And all to do honor. New Year, to j on." GOOD RESOLUTIONS. BV VIOLA nOEEBOHO'. Copyright, 1805, by American Press A&ucia tkm. Mrs. MariiKnt, with these words, stepped Mrs. Into Mr. Le'aml s "den." low vikse wa fad, nnd her slender, eki-- k clad, lltles Hpuro was sad, aud her binull. aquiline beautiful iacv was sad, and if there was au.vii.ing Mr. Lelanil disliked it was 6,id ih.--. ile was finding things gloomy enough "before Linda en-- i red in this crenpy way with this request fur a little ta'.k. "God bless niy soul, Linda," fcnkl her parent. "I ikm't. want any soleiin liti'e tail, now, with the old year dyir.g under our noses." Tne poor man threv himself back in his big leather chair nnd Kcmtlnl7l bis daughter resentfully nnd reflectively. Mrs Manrtint get up from the rug, where she knelt, ministering to the fire, and stood glaring at the light leaping (lames. "I don't know why people think that only the old have any right to be eeri- Mar-tnont'- 8 "Papa, I want to taik to you a little." It wai tbn last day of the old year when r rTh "COIKG TO GET MAtlUIED AGAIN" site. "It seems to me it Is when you are young and havo nil your W'-- i to make or mar liefore you that you havo the let rlgb to be serious." Why, why, Linda, my girl! It Isn't you haven't 'ome to tell me you are going to get married again?" '"Married again!" exclaimed tho young weman "No ono ought to get married n?aln; it doesn't sound pretty." 'I didn't mean to say that. I am an unfortunate, blundering old ancestor. Don't be too hard on mo. You knov, daughter, I'd love to see you happy, even if you did leave me to the mercy of tho housemaids '" "Would yoj. father, wouldyon?" Linda came and sat on the arm of his chair and stroked his grizzled hair. "Out with it! Who is it! I'm braced," said the father grimly. "Oh. I'm not going to marry. I m not, ' cried Mrs. Marmont, with even unnecessary fervor "You ought to know that You know, I wasn't very happy, and and I want to bo a duaoonncss!" "A what?" "You know, tho order of deaconnesses they have in the church, papa. They give their lives to good works." "Lord, Lord! It sounds as if they wore bloomers. They don't, do they?" "The costume is very becoming," said the widow, with frosty severity. "Well, that's something to be thankful otn." said for." "Papa, you must treat mo liko a grown person for three minutes. I want to tell you that I hive made up my mind. I'm going to enter tho novitiate. I'm going to be a dcaoonness." ?lio stood in tho mlddleof the room, her her and looking terhands clttsiietl ribly formidable for such a slender younn beauty In good clothes. "It's my one resolution for the new year," sho wont on verv quietly, but her breath coming in irregular pants. "I thought I ought to tell you as soon as I had mado tip my mind, and I mode It up today, on this last dav of the old year, and it's the last, too, my old life. I'm tired of the frivolity nnd emptiness of the old life." She movpd toward the door; as sho laid her hand on the knob ihe turned uud sal 'I to the silent man: Tin nut going to the ball tomorrow night, but clou's lot xu movements disturb 1 yours." "I trust yuu have not at this hour to tl "ow over your Aunt tiirnb'fl con-clutli- xl din x r, too.' bo said, with sarc&stio Intonations "Nu," was tho answer. "I aon't know how Aunt Sarah's dinners could ever be looked u.jon as fosti- - ities. I'm only trying to wilier mv iiilntl, and I expect that to bo a wry cohering f auction. Aunt Sarah's dinner vas to bo eaten that very evening, nnd the guests were to dance and play whut jnd watch the old j ear out. It was to be a family party with a sprinkling of 6Uoh other people ns could he brought to join a family party certainly not likely was It that they wpuld be 'very gay members of society. '1 don't care what you do with it," said Mrs. Marmont, when her maid was doing her hair "It's not Important bov I " look." "Why, xnadamo, It ccs not a lodecs for! There will bo the luncheon you gentlemen. If i- - noLso?" Tho iuistress laughed and answered that Jns It didn't matter. Mrs. Mar. mt-wc- . In the dosri?l din" ncr luukmii uycom'mouly IiaiXJslBc ad ., between 24 nnd 26, Mr. Lester. The fashNotion That, Carried Out, Will Help to ions change, but you mustn't talk to her Make 1S00 a 1'lcasaDt Year. us If you were sui prised sho Isn't decrepit If you wish to avoid ono fruitful canso nor to mo cither; It's not flattering to a of dhconifort during tho coming year, woman of my age." make a resolution not to grumble about "She's handsomer than ever, as, of tho weather. Kicking and faultfinding course, shn ought to be," ho added, smiluevc--r mado a hot day cooler or n cold day ing with a little bow to the elderly lady. warmer; but, on tho other hand, they "' You must tako her in to dinner, Mr. hit ensif j 'the current weather trouble Lester. She'll think it n godsend to havo immensely. a new partner in my house." If you want to mako your husband gticd Mrs Marmont seemed a little surprised, natured, resolve to help him to havo his too, at seeing Mr. Lester. She looked for own way Invariably, no probably will just an Instant as If ho were a ghost, and anyhow, and the adoption and carryir g then sho took his arm, saying gayly: out of this resolution will save a whole lot "Why, I thought you wero In South of trouble. America. Aro you sure yoihro not nnd If your wifo has got in tho habit of asik- -' that this is not your astral body hero Ingyoufor money every resolve to among your dull old friends?" ciuko her a regular allowance and theu keep your resolution. You'll bo as much "I know too well that it is my very self," ho answered qnlctly surprised by tho result as sho will hobyl tho resolution. "I came hack with n New Year's reso- lutlon to stay at home," he continued. If you havo becomo disheartened by the depravlt of your follow men, resolve to "I suppose I ought to do that. My mother stop thinking about it nnd try to do a and my mother's affairs need me, and we always resolve to do what wo ought at tho favor every day for sumo ono of them. It beginning of the nex year, don't we? will amaze you to sco how quickly the But I don't know; already I'm thinking world at largo will lmnrove In your eyes. of flight, of going to Egypt on something If the new year finds vou clean discour-- ; aged because ota lack of progress ii lh!)5, that can be called business." "Why, it's terriblo to think how New review th6 12 months carefully nnd seo if wasted time has not been at the bottom of York must boro you.-- ' Mrs Marmont your failures. If it lii.s, cpoka half drawlinglyj-rath- er to mako ns if she were bored herself. the minutes count in 18jG. A year .s made up of minutes, nnd yu cannot well "Bore me? Yoa don't remember me ns fail to advance between Now Year's days a bored n, do yejp?" USnEKING IN THE NEW YEAR. If you make every miiiuto count. Mr. Lester did tiot? dance. IIo devoted If you nave had hard work keeping your himself to whiil vltjj nuclentand nervous New Year's resolutions in the past, rosolvo partners. Mt. Marmont never played both her hands in his as sho stood start" 1 rasiouut,:o lly on to liu c u whist, and shi nocd eagerly for awhi'e nnd silent before him. "You don't kuow presumably to a old their fons In i er , this year to nake none aud to conduct wih youn; cuusins and old uncles, but what I've lived through since I heard that words, to gei rid of Ijoros, who are socral.y yourself in such n wav that nonowillba mtussary. Good practice. Is better than tno most lormlutiijlu ot eneuuue. she lost her interest In that exercise early. Linda Marmont was married." "You thought that I was married to Perhaps it was too frivolous to suit a budTho Chinc-- o at home gamble on New good resolve; always Linda found lndignnnt ding dcaconness. She sat down at a piano Mark Weter?" Year's nigh, to n prou gious extent. In In an alcove uway from all tho company volco at last, and sho was trying to draw Wall street New Workers gamble enorIiandicavuctl. away her hands, but there was a new color and softly played bits of old melodies. and light In her faco and a hint of a s ui"a mously on most of the other days of tho Lester turned his head and listened to tl 1 year. faint sound of a "song without words" on her Hpn. so, thought so thought lass nlgH. I Tho good resolution meula on Jan. I "I till an indignant partner sternly recalled hiu. to business. Mrs. Marmont and her No ono at that place called you anything havo generally proved to bo Uul perlvnii-ance- s beforo tho end of February. father wero among the first to leave. She but Linda It is the strangest thing how came up to Lester just after the new year j Tho men who aro continually "turning Degan, looting very stately nnd yet vcy over a new leaf" on New Year's day i kind and put out a straightforward little apt to forgrt tho leaf soon after, or that hand. they havo turned tho leaf over ut all. & r j "I hope you won't go away," sho said, Tho headaches that aro felt tho next "nnd" there was a little break In the morning after New Year's nTy usually be continuity of her speech, then sho went on attributed to "treating" tho good resolu"and I hope you'll come and see me." tions thoy havo mado on that day. "Thank you," Kdd Lester and nothing Many Americans outsido of New York more so detest the fulfillment of what it calh d "Let's not talk now," she said wearily social duties Mia they would bo dchghtid when her fc her began to speak of h"r TliruUtii.out viie liiiltd Ntates to bee widely extended tho French custom, "wild scheme" on tho way home. She J.riicuutrs of mo i s Parisians which rilen tho obligadismissed her maid nnd quietly and swiftly U USIIIVSS. tion of mak'jg New Yuir's calls in conprepared for bed, but after tho lights wre sideration of their tending small proseutj out, ns she In the dark, sho began o instead. They would tjlvo liberally to bo sob like a Ht'le lonely, famished child, and Close to the small town ut MahuaL, entirely exempt from thowholo business the gray winter dawn was creeping into N. J., an eiliei deduise, of "vloitIt,g," bo tho date Jan. 1 or any the room before tho sobs sank into lung has tor tile iusl nve jeais uceu engaged other. Tl.ey would much rather pay out quivering sighs, that did not break tho in piiiasaut laiiuilig. uud lias luuue uf than go out. light slumber that at last blessed her. l'lie inliuUuclioii it a siicce.ss. listThe next day Lester was standing Dashawny Well, unole. I suppose you cf Units 01 an. mats ol one couliu,) into Expectancy is so strong In tho human ! lessly at a club window. Ho had tried to will havo mast chicken for vour New aiiutliei bus not been a ulessing tu till! breast Uuk It nmount3 almost to talk to his rr )thcr that morulngnbout tho as ew Year's day Illustrates. o Year's dinner, ch? new cumilij. 1 he tCliglisti sjaiiuw 1:1 jrouabillty of his again leaving her, and success a man mtiy havo Uncle Ebony No, sail. It's a lectio cold matter how loOI.LII ilpuli as uu UuallujiU uless-lli- jj that lady had, first Impatiently and then fca0-ca- t, had In nil tho. yearsthat ho Is tnd dc chiokonsajcy duanlroost outside no UOt ! o int. plaint holy, refused to listen to any such ol tins cuutiuC-ut- . "USDA!" pretty suro to believo that tho New Ytar no. suggestion. As ho stood there Mrs. Marand .New Zealand liavespeut. Australia stupid I was. But, Linda, you looked will bring him a chango ot fortune. At-.-l mont passed. uiilliuiis in lijiiig to eMtv.'.iiiiale tut hnppily his belief will holp him to boar New Tear Greet In;;. Lester's face flushed and paled. He sweet atd kind Iat night I thought you his burdens if It docs not mako thcin iinj.oil'U rabbit. A sngui planter in A cade New Year to ane and a'. were wl.Ilujj to bo sorry for mo. Oh, be turned from the window. IIo called a cab. sorry for mr now, but bo something more lighter. What wo believo may not hap the IMand ul .lamaiea u lew caisugo And raony ma ye see "Drive whero you like for ten minutes," pen, but It makes the present brighter. And during a' the years to come. impurled the iuuiigooe to kill the luts let mo think you wero willing to rememhe said to tho cabby, and lit tho end of Oh, happy may ye bo. ber tho pass last sight and to make It up tu.it piayeti ilium in tl e sugar cane It is n great pity that every da-.- of tho eight he tolu him where to go, and presONLY A DRf. . year does not lu'plra nnd fields. The rat had a mischievous way as Jan. 1 ently the cab drew up In front of one of torn.! a little." At tho carry of going Hum cane tu caue. nibbling the old fashioned, luxurious houses of passionate List words his voice sank to n is apt to do. Then we should always mlu-J- . In future agej which vri may . t see. whisper. a light heart and possess a cheerful them, and as soon us the cane dropped North Washington square. When thoso that follow have begun to be. "You were very rude to mo last night," '1 he would run uway frightened. "Mrs. Lindsay," said Lester when he In the cities of China the sal'l Linda plaintively, Ukoa grieved child. Year's cay offer up paper people on New What strange, eventful things' will happen it was shown Into the presence of the white pravers in tni caue wus Mien useless tu the planter. then! v "I was what I had to bo. I was kuocked s.niplei. 1 j use n commercial phrase, do And what great thoughts will stir tho minds The iiiuuguu.-- e luunil that it was much haired, bright eyed olu lady he had come to see, a friend he had known from his down when you camo In. I wouldn't havo they meet their paper wr.en it (nils due of menl easier for turn to make a living uu the childhood, "I'm not going to beat about risked meeting you for n fortune. I Jumcs Hemu Browse. If Sunday papers keep right on and grow. fowls, turkeys, geese and, in tact, all thought you were in Spain." tho bush. I've come to ask you someThey'll cover houses, jual like sheets ot snow; ground game of the island than it was "With Mark Weber!" Linda mado a lit-tlthing. I" Telllnc Fortnn.-- s From the Bible. face. up to hunt the lilts lie "bit down. Onco I'd have thought It r. '.,: Then ot ciurso thero had tc como soon, In, Scotland an old New Year's custom the easier role uf life. The consemust bo an offer of marriage; now I sup- ns soon as they could talk at all, explana- Is for ieople who wish to know what forquence of this tius been that whereas pose you've como to decide some w.iger acand confessions about tho past, and tune tho new year has in sturo for them to the supply of luwt llesh was u cheap cording to my memory of ancient hi- - tory." tionswoman tho told tho man how sho had consult tho Bible In tho morning Tho "No, hut I have come because yuu know seemed to scorn him only because she felt cumuiudity m .lamaiea. il basse-- risen ! sacred book is placed on a table and opened everything, and because .you aro so disvalue that it nuw commands so high a attraction toward creet. This is it: Where no! Who did an unacknowledged told her how ho hud at random. Tho particular passago on have ut tln'ir price that only the rich him, and tto man. which tho forefinger rests U supposed to Linda Marmont marry?" tables w hat w as formerly the food of watched for some sign of favor and had at forecast in some way the fortunes of tho "Which Linda Marmontr" the poor. awnv to tho ends ensuing year for tho person making tho "What! There are two? Great Jove!" last gone could find none, of the earth ho trial. The introduction of the pheasant, Lester only breathed thU apostrophe. It aftit is hoped, however, will prove an exwas as If ho had not strength left for vocal er Thero was another Interruption, andsaid, ime moments of silenco Liuda New Var's lu Ancient Itomt. ception to the nile. And Hum all effort. drove this will certiuly be the case. "Of course there aro two. Though It is "I"Great papa nearly wild." The Romans offered sacrifices to Janus Joot" rather odd, with a name liko that. You and were very careful how they conducted Mr. dt (jinse has some 5u acres inclused Is It?" "What didn't meet no, you weren't hero that themselves for tho first few days, as upon with wire netting, and has already niy card up to yo"- "I season that Tom Marmont's young nleco ago. sentsupiioso tho serva; father hours their behavior depended their good or ill raised thousantlsuf birds lie rinds tluj couldu t flnu I Th,J Sason,s ,,iu came hero from back in the country somefor .t,? climate agrees with them excellently. mo. Well, my business whh him has no- - ' where, and Linda, our Linda, brought her cumulated since then. I had bolter goaud celebrated the advent Qtths new year The bird that Ml dsMJiuse is raising is special rites, and mistletoe cut In peculiar out and married her off to Mark Weber. have It out with him, or will he ho tip-the common Kughsh pheasant. Tho They are traveling In Spain now." forms was a favorite gift, my forgetting hlni? That cross cock pheasant i long tailed, with a "How in the world did she como to do and awfulabout 1" was THE PASS'NG OF THE NEW YEAR. nlunuiL-that is made tut of every color. such a cheeky thing us bo named Linda "He'll forgive you To the uninitiated shooter it would ! Lester asked tho question ready to welcome, anywhen ho hear?. Ho'a These Mile Tout on the Journey of Ufa Marmont?" kind of n seem the easiest thing m the world to with deep resentment. Tho old lady's now in preference to a deaconnes3l" Fly by Faster One by One "grass" one of these uirds. But a Hying1 dark eyes twinkled as she looked at him It has no doubt often occurred to you, 6hrowdly. rocketer as he makes his way upward fellow traveler on Time's coach, that tht Orlctn of New Tear's Customs. "Why, sho was named for Linda Leland between the boughs of a tree in a wood milestones of tho New Years fly nasi ' h But it the houjies keep on growing, too, tho families wero very Intimate, you New Yeat's customs In tho United faster now than they did In the early stages or copse is bj no means an easy bird to Perh7.ps their ioi.rs thepapers. may go through. know. Thai was the way that marriage States are evidently tho result of social bird in your And lhcro'11 bo carrier boys of wondrpu3 girth. hit. The female Is a dingy of Linda's camo about; the families made evolution of that law tho scientists call of What journey. an interminably long wait it And then they'll havo tp hava a larger earth. plumage as compared with her nunc, My son, your silence tells that "natural selection and survival of tho it uj. seemed to be between the first New Year's I had a vision. Qujck across niy sight her. and few ever think of sbooting-a- t ynn'vo said pII you havo to say, and I beg words, each set of tho In rhe is wanted to lay the eggs fur the politeness will early lmmlgrints brought or. devised Its day cf your memory 8and theswnd. Per- There sped a futoro carrier in his flight that no sense of tho duty of you were 6 or years old then and A train of gilded cara up in tho sky next Feasun. anil a man in Knglancl w ho keop you here. Perhaps your wager is a ewe customs, aud thoe best suited to tho haps school for tho first term. If so, New That flitted through tho air ca swallows fly: brings down nu of tnese birds is not vciy Important one. nature of the country and genius of tho lu joy, for The engine mado of "burnisheti bras?, vith Year's had Its jlikely to get an invitation to shoot Iho "You aro the best woman In tho people have become geueral, while all oth- Jt was thn last, sorrow aswellaslts day of tho midwinter holiwings world" ers have been quietly dropped. It !s not days and next say you had to begin your coverts the following jear. Thit reached toward heaven. They were won"And very discreet. "-tasy to trace tlin origin o tho Knlcker wrestling with the intellectual The introduction ol Hiese birds, at - .; , drous Ihiaga. "And vary discreet." And with a happy bockr custom of gentleman calling on least among the large preserves that tr.a7)e v?ith th3 And with his hand npon thobralie I gazed laugh Lester stooped and kissed her with- their lady friends and taking refreshments, and the geography and grammar Look elements of the English art now being formed in Sew York ered hand and was gone. one of the 'flues for bat k'now and pity yourself Do notmaka Upon the future carrier boy amazed. but it Is evidt-ntlBehind him stretched In one long lino the cars. state, and in fact in other states, is a But Jiis happy mood was not to remain it is becoming national. mistake of most of our acquaintances come from Mars, matter of considerable interest. The afternoon. unbroken through Its progress westward and southward the declare that particular New Year's to Packed fall of papers that had presses grew 't. and t'uffled grouse is becoming almost For so immense tho. printing When he sent up his card to Mrs. Mar- - can be traced ns certainly as any other sohave been the happiest of your existence. On liars they had to run the papers through. and vmII soon be classed with Iho cial or any political development, and it It was perhaps the most rolsera-tl- On camo the train, and as It hovered round teems subject to n curious law of action .Pshaw' if eon. Men w ho have l.uge you hive forgotten The fact I Iffiraets of land w hen they want to go and reaction. A western vlllhgo or small your childhood's that miseries does not make r. n tzMT city takes up tho fashion, aud its observ- it sthoot'ng in the autumn line that their true that you had none. ance becomes more general every year for Investments aie almost worthless, years aiter that before, tho It was soveral sometime; tl en it falls Into disuse for a New Year began to move appreciably ft they aie putting in iiuglish pheasants. year or two, only to revive again with faster. Perhaps it was not tilt your sister I there If rum .Maine to the Delaware more style nnd more general observance. nnd your pretty dark eyed cousin began to heeius i.o liner country for the ucclima-riatto- u v :5 i& JANUARY FIRSTUNGS. chaff you about tho silky down upon you?, of this bird. The scrub uulc I tj LL-r-? upper lip, and your portly, comforta'do A ISLKV. taawr' ,j!'jves the bird a magnificent scratching Some Thins to I'onrtcr and to Be Thankfather. In sncaklnn of somo doings of yonw ;Tum;d (luin. sue day. and wherever ful For. of which ho Jld not approve, roferrcd to then is tuple) i.iush they are sure tudo Tho best tlrao to rejoice, to feel j;rcat you as,a "foolish your man.'' Then v u place the oujisea Ki a i)o-tlisatisfaction, is not so r uch at tho opening noticed the. flight of time, I'll bobuu..l. In Ultd woods i a hot be sui imssed. of the New Year as nt the clusc of tho old. No ono had railed you a "young man" bo- hji'i-dii.ni.s wiitl. i iu best way is to when wo knew what we havo gained, - foro. You wero ready to forrdve tho govcfiilcei tilt- - egs anil ilace them umler what we havo achieved nnd w.iat we havo ernor's chldlugs foe that. You rejoiced reason to bo thankful for. fjtnid old iiei.s MIA in open gtass Helils, that although you were very young Jndccd you Lot1 yet jen called a uiu. j Kit lie lis voti.iiiid in coops while tl-Tho pxercio of memory, however gratiAt that th e ynu had great respeeffor 'd fying tho thiagswo remember, never "Jputig aie allnvitd lu u under about, as thoorurclso of hope, your own op'nlons on most masters., Y-such Tpey will aw;.s run to shelter under folbln-t- o 9l jh?iiJMtb.jtj '"rf r tjleir foslei inoltuM when a hawk began to shnvo forthwith, and-yuwhich pictur. s every ihi..g that miglu tbo hatlt of calling your chum, who but has not bain. Tno fcow Yiar, t n The fnrnl for the young ones always ajpeals to us as prouu .ng was of about your own age, "old man." noi)IiI lie eotniiKiti binletl gram, biscuit, any ono cded you "my boy," you' felt5 tho realization of tho dearest wlshea of our If ossible thp. eggs of the cuuimurt Ial'd if ,ottiiMr thrives tiii'iii.lietter than heart and is in con equenco exuberumly lcscntful. It swtiipd so utterly out of ET1E SOFTLV PLATED BITS OF OLD MELODIES place. But you had not yet learned that welcome. S? tjj(at, When tiuir to !u"k after thein--si'hemanhood bn.igs with It certain definite mont ho rocelvod not even tho politely The profuse distribution of gifts on they shuiiuLbe turned out in tho fictitious messago that sho was "out." It New Year's day was still tho custom in and sometimes heavy responsible. ics. Tt camo in tho jnoro brutal form sho was England during Elizabeth's ruign, nnd Is possibln yu discovered tLls significant-trut- Assistuits droppftd tho f rs to the groondV Cfverts. They unis.t oe fetl uniruingciul very n afterward, though pcrhnps Supplying nev9tands. Then from door to Ceiling, but they will soon be tible to engaged and could soa no oue. Lester took nearly her eniLo wardrobe as wcil as her pick u;j enuiigJi provetidsr for them out another card and was about to pencil jewelry was supplied iu hu form uf j res- it vrns not t.l two or three moro New door a line on it, but ho stopped. How should ents. If tho iv omen uf today wero as Years Imd passed. At all events tha The train proceeded. drppplB? thousands biMves. That is about the month of camo to you with someivhatof ho daro to send tho. lady an Imperious bouiUllully furalsued us wus tho vastly knowledge Jj ne. the young having been hatched . mors. praver for an audience. What right had he? ovcriutcd quwia, Jan. 1 wonkl be uure & shock wsslhly pleasant, posbioiy otter So interested I bjcame, alas! . jtl the later weeks of March. long after wise. At ail events, It was not ""What time will Mr. Leland bo in?" route 'twould pas jibe appal eatfj lame foul soon precious In thejr eyes thanutl tho holidays ont . r n fnnnd ... th,it vmir knowl- - - I did tlia traltfof Jnstwhataic. GreafScctt! W. The servant answered that ho was to be together, but tho present makers vvuuld , camo over until us game a bin! us a man vvantsvTo i.i... sago waszic uuiversai auu juut hjmiuui 1 tried to ran end found that 1 cpuld not. esjioctcd id abont half an hour. Three-quarte- be Irretrievably bankrupt. slipot. Slmtild tht ow uer of the estate Wa? not infallible. later Lester was Rjraln of an hour And then I wokn. supposing I was dead.; vv'tllk through his vvoocllauds. he vvilL And oyer iluco tno Now Years have In mediaeval tlmeswooen enjoyed being ringing that doorbell. Ho fen up his '! boy had drcjipcd a paper oa ray head I ttt;A tlibj-culle- d tame bird ruuningaa flown by faster and faster. Alitor awbllo That abstraction kissed'on IveivVcar a day under tho miscard to Mr. Leland aud in his Tom Massos. The modern, the contemporaneous your girth grow greater. Then' thero wero rsihidly.ais any rabbit orhurelor vvhir-tletoe stepped, not into tho drawing room, bnt woman, is not jtartlcular about tho inlstio-to- o lines in parts of your face thai; had onca liljg away on the vying at hisapprveh. Tbh Mat Jiot- Wttite TIBe. Into a lltUo sitting room on the other sh'o or the day either. Tfnic,place and tho been smooth. The top of youu cranium, home-stale- r, as a ruW.'but, Dast thon 16yo life?" asked Benjamin Tfe bin is a of the hall, and there, in a soft blt man being givan, eho relishes kissing genthat was once thick thatched, grew bare king from lae English point ot PrenkHn. 'Thendojiot squander time, gown and gating ciotioalessly out of thfl erally, j and - grooothAcd shining. Glksos camo thtsie is no finer bird thai rwes lIltno ttuff life is mado or." unA vrt w liaTfla i.lnt-li1-ir window, sat LllHla Marmont, Tln -- ""Dnmnlun franklin was in hus!ni(w a? m.. Y """"1 " Till vriihlu a, few years tfea women of uu bael hedgt thuu a cock of d ":.5 a queer, - "Linda," exclaimed tho man is in PhlUtehl. - il J-?wbc,hiitii.otltn6 furafftrja afeoklng voice, "doa't start! Oh, yoa ivew xor wcro 1 " in! Tfc'" ""M, - ' naacamH mia uh. .jibco mta,- uan-iia' r ij..1.:k: t t'i Oh-- Jmc? u'fcli.iriKhrto b. . As nnstlet me speak to yon I Noaljr can their friends luniiun autv iiiirvu o r ... . .. r- In jrrasti stylo. houCwinlrfiiittU'tt.iJa 'Mjui9&Li& ,"Hig take away oar happiness. You-a- re onrry a atvOr-o&- M 'lZ"-C.ZZjL.Ii LILAr.JjU C! i 'fJ.a . 1 vi -- Ujd jpaM . BiWaiad, 4 . I ' is" "Linda," Interrupted Mrs. Lounders, "of course. Didn't you expert to sco herf" "I had heard she was abroad shn hasn't changed so mush ns I first thought." "Oh, no, n woman doesn't change much ment becauo it helped you when walking. Yosterday? you ask. Oh, je3. I remember. I' wag a good ton years ago, but you see the New Years fly so fast now. What! Aro you going to leave the coach? Is your life journey done? You ainazamo.- - I thoucht you wero good for several more Nev Years. Well, good by, . my boy; So ho Is gone. But, Mess me, ho was only 75. Hewas a young man yet. Now, thoso of you who are yet on tho ceveh with mo let us give. tho now year 1805 n rmis ingwclcome And may theroad bs ren hero and lS9i bo n smoother one for nil of E. Y. K. us than was that of 13'J5! goo-'by- FIRST OF JANUARY RESOLUTIONS. as to what ho wanted, lioluquiiod tho prlco of tlio book chosen and the clerk said SI. "Can't you tako less than that?" said tho man In feigned surprise. "Ono dollar is the price," said tho clerk. But tho wouid bo purchaser was not satisfied. "I want to mo Mr. Fratklin about this," ha said. "Mr. Franklin Is very busy In tho rressroom," said tho clerk. "But I must seo him," said tho man. So tho clerk called Franklin, nnd of him tho man Inquired tho prico of the bDok. "Ono dollar and a quarter," was tho philosopher's reply. "But your clerk offered It to mo for tl," protested tho man. "True," said Fmnfcllu. I could better have afforded to havo ttken (1 than to have left my work at this SIPKWllii'l'MMf 1 ft I 1 rc.-oh- o pe-so- li&kk 4lJl great big hcti"f,h leu uiils wide, made Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Go 't Report o' hazel l)UMi uud old uuvv thorn, that have ,tood there for centuries, looking ti only for the labbit or the bare, ami bends one of thesie great liiuls. just a bill n jf .1 nsj. of be.uitiiul across, the autumn stubble held oT uu feels almost rCuglish luijutMaje. ou orry tliut he u.ix diopptd in the fallows. The bad loostb uUkUs on tnu 2gS-SSlovvei bougii 01 liei s. ami tins it taken ndvautuge of b poachers who will kill P-UIeither cock or nun. shooting tbrui as These are the men who Uo t he they sit. greatest harm At preut Mr ile little trouble "rd (.uise says ue has a large numbeiwith PROFESSIONAL C0LDB1N. DR. A. K. STEWART, of them. He has bad PHYSIC JAX AXD bCRGEOy, oiders already from owners, of estates time." Richmond, ATT0R1T3YS. clubs, and has orders to Kktckv. "Well," said tho man, "what is the very uud sporting and birds not only in this eggs best you can do lu making a prlco on this supply an I auada Otfkb. s Xmi itM. 0snfMH volume?" "One dollar and a half," s .Id j state, but even us tar north TV. B. SallTH, Mrtcswtt'-- . dtMc IW". Bin4eK tvj X Franklin.. The man's eves grew wl le. aud us mrsouiiinstieurjria. lret. v Before loug the bird will be much "Why. vou snldonly $ 1.25 n moment njo." A TTORXEY A T LA H", ''So I did," said Franklin, "and I co.dd more common than he is nowadays, but have better afforded to tako that turn he will always be a luxury, us m his na- Richmond Kextl-ckDR. O. A. KE2GST2DY, then than f t.CU now." Tho man paid tive country. N Y. Tribune. the price without any further quarreling. PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, OSice in txllins' BuHdiD, at head of stairs. He had learned a lesson that Franklin FIGHT WITH TWO LIONS. Ksktvcky. Richmond, wished to teach that tlino Is too valuable to waste. . m-- HaMSwtet.ap OfSeew SnMh Butfiaf-- . Hairbreadth Ksrape frum the Clutches of J. C. & D. M. CHKNAULT, lam OAcc Boars 12 to ads56clMlc. a llll.;r ..tjnt. Sentiments of Famous Men. A TTORXEYS A T LA , He saw, above the ledge and a iitt!j Hero aro a few wUe sayings: DR. JOILX M. FOSTER, When Peter Cooper was asked nt an beyond, the ears uud head uf a lion a- - it Kentucky, KlCHMONC. d ago how he had accomplished so sat watching the dier. Jake rose in Richmond, JCSMTUCKY much nnd had" preserved his strength of his saddle to place a bullet, as he aid. body and mind fo well he said, "I always midway between those ears, wheu a Office oa Second street, ove, Chenault'l gto I rdcpfcoM ofice and ii4eace. find something to keep 1110 busy." 3,.je powerful lion It aped from liehinda liee very. A. Bronsot; Alcott crystaP'zcd n grat on the ledge ot rock above and, striking trnth when ho said, "Wemount to bin .:n I. W. EVANS, M. D., mostly on be ruins of our chcris'.ed him in thectiest.earried liuiiorf iushuis, V. R. SHACKELFORD, headlong dovn the inoiiiitaiu. uud ais schemes finding our failures wero sue RlCHMON'D, KXTBCfc.r. horse ran wildly away. A moment inter icsses ' A TTVRXEY AT LA Charles Dickens uttered n sentlm:nt Jake was lying on his back m thesiiov , Hanag tctirai from the oacike of tcBcig Kentucky. .evcral yean ago, ftw rcasM bo- - kaowa to my that every y uug man who desires success his head up hill and the beast standing Richmond. teff, 1 agw sCerr intumml seracss tha would do well to lay to heart, "Tho one over him with one paw planted tirinly yea ale af Htcaawatl ad nciawy Per:;. amr serviceable, safe, remunerative quality In on his chest, tne other slightly lifted, - ay senwes oil ad ay ofire km dear arrth Will practice in all the Courts. Office orer Rich 'very study and pursuit Is tho quality of and wagging its tail in dt light, while wjuuil iSalioaal liaak. ame as jot. lMaerliMls. 42 at the reudeace af N. tt. Ocatkcisse as Secoad reet. rtttcmion." was exhaled into Jasi-John Wesley showed how foolish It Is its hut bie.ith for mon who hope to win to spend their face. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, His tirsl impulse was to hold down his dTEi'HE D. PARRISH, tiino in fret'lng wheu ho said, "I daro uo chin tightly, to prevent his throat bemore fret thuu I dure curse and swear.' PraclMtmer nt Medicime mmi Smfery, A TTORXEY A T LA W, Sir Walter Haleigli, when asked bow ho ing toiu open while he cautiously felt KhTKTJClCY. tllCHMOND, mt.naged tu achieve so mnnv and such for bis knife He found the knife iiiii iviCUMONU, Keniucxy things in such brief times ns he as he drew it a slight grating sound for iccomplishmeht, said, "When caused the lion to .ebotiml at his .eet OSce oa Sccood Street, over Yager's Jewelry -- fatent., Caveats, Trade Harks, I linvo anything to do, I go acd do It." Tand Street. El. store. and a- it did m ii utteied a .sen-aKcMjrt a to patcntau4iuy Tho cverlnstim truth that character is which Jake knew unlv gave him the oiiarc. CiusuriA4ca labilitiesh laveiKiva Irrce m Mwfteraictcnas. sure to wiu success vns put in coiien te fora patent, write e. dssea:, sTjp.eB?,--: form when William M. Ev.irts said of a chalice of a moment. It was a call 'or Uciu.c famous preacher, "Tho mnn behind tho the other lion h..ri.g to make a sermon is th secret of John Hall'spowcr." motion of escape or resi.ancehe moved WELBY W. BURG1X, John Stuart Mill showed how ikisiu1o his hand back m the snow iu senrcn of J. A. SULLIVAN, It is for a. mu tu rise aboohls environ nts r.ile. which hail been lost m ihe 'all DEXTIST, .1 TTORXEY A T LA II, ment lu theso words, "Though charac er His linger touched the stock He cauKKirrrcKY. Is formed by circumstance, our own deKentucky. RrcHMOKB, down l his side and mchmomj, tiously pulled it sires can do much to shape theso circu still looking his captor straight in 'be stances." OSce over Chtaaalfs giituy. Ka. at Secaad Ofriis-1- 06 Main Street, up staias. xC eyes slowly turned the ntle till its Street. faced the lion. The bullet jias-ethrough its heart and it sank on lake's PHEASAiN'T FAIOLLNG. feet. Before he could move from his lI B. HOGG, DR. A. WILKES SMITH, helpless position the other lion bounced ATTORXEY AT LAW, ovei the preeipicv and somewhat overA Now Jorjey Farm Whero tho DEXTAL SURGEON, leaping its mai k lit in the snow uud Kentucky. Eirds Are Raised. received a bullet in its orain. Richmond, Kbstccky RiotxonB, The two lions lay dtad not ten feet Outing Oftce Xc. 13 First street, up itiiri. They Aro bupp ioil to Sportlas CIuli apait. vv 0 iBSOLUTEEY E ... ot 0 ... -- .... I ? W r H tt b ... T n - Dei-;ns- , e .- 4- 1 ... u 45- iuu-.l- e ... - t i 4 0 On-K- fr-r.- -y Ir uu Iiiro-nct-Wailington ircently a minister's little daughti'i v.us attending ber lint lit-- ttaanvoo PHYSICIANS. DR. Vhim StKCC :oo 10 4 P. 3L to la M rrTrVact-c- c hansed to dcataMry. Sauh haildias; OCca 3-- t i . oUiIiiils rathei n tne pmpit befuie. and on his eiiliaiiee then' .itjprest uce of nil nil foi souk hei .mil Miepipcil nut . ."i ii... .s.-iiue- i II. R. GIBSOX, J. C MOBSAK. J. A.TA1SS. &, ma voice PRf d epii'ssiv ol reeoffiiition: there's my papa up there in that bo!" . g .. .IIIHI llOII ...,.? .1 1 ilit-se- r e PIIYSICIAX AXD SURGEOX, Kentucky. "Why, rticiiMovu. ' Sec-ju- MORGAN Richmond, YATES, Kentucky. DEXTISTS, - ( H i' II jh-jii- "" - chr Office in the Joe ollins rHiMtnc, ii attj 33 the little maiden, and for a season there Street over White's new drugstore. Orncx Man Street, over Madwcn Xariaaal 3? v BV. .11111 nut was ....;..!long to such a wee worship-"sgrievously veiy restless, walkand CHAS. HOOKER, J. L. KARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. ing up and down the pew ami sighing VETERIXARY SURGEOX, "It won iintiiLily hi !ul.g near. KKNTecrr. 0iciimosd, : mui.i whistreil Gradual Ontario Veterinary Coiltfge. nereiiHn ensued another brief ivrod of quiet, but etenaary Dentistry and Sienhty a Specialty. it was not to last. Tiled baby nature OaSce la New Yort Store, corner I'rowaaad hndse work 3 .i.ul t.icued .t utmost limn of endur-iiic- t il 0ce up sta.rs over Kicbmond oUin builJiBn. Miia street. OnWe kaanaa.au n aud First ireets, and Iv aril lv mir the ,uiet li "a iriia.ito'f eiiers muse ti little voice, clear and "Isn't yen ilausii ie anil r. e 46- ilni.e. A A r.ri.' lele-gia.- Different The Blue6ra?5 flerd OF i sa o then-luit-luoi- x se guilclesscity man wandered through the country with his rod overhis shoulder, seeking out a promising place to toss a fly. He soon came to a pond, near the edge of w hich was a sign that "Xo fishing. said: The city man scratched his head as he gazed at these words but finally sat down on the shore, and was surprised atthenumbct of bites he got. Pretty soon the game warden came along and cried out: "Hey. there! Don't you see tht-- J sign?" "Of course I do." answered the city man. & Y .- skKr.OKK- - WKHK ..f Bvvin . v.lBri.l inicwri i!.lre", 2f 46 im -- ELE( i TEORMGHEEEB DCROvVJ".SET RED HOGS. Corre-jiomlen- r rnt pei-lt- TEH FUOM THE BFST HERDS ot thw A solenili-lotf pim of different aetM solicited. SatisfattioiiguaranteeJ. Stat- -. l ce R. H. BRONHUGH, K Crab Orchard, PrAprietor, Mjtat,aM,,,.Ma.j-.aaaftaJaatj,l-- WW: W- " 4 "Wcil," continued the warden, "don't you see it says: 'Xo fishing'." " "Ye; but it'savvay off. There's bu'lv fishing here. Just look at all I have caught." Harper's Round Tabic. At Itli Fannleit. ! vgS r7 v jTjl . I e ..... WmWWfnB'0 '.. P 4 E-d- 91 y h ST et son-l-la- "Your friend is an actor, isn't he?" "Yes." "Very amusing fello.v." "Yes, off the stage." . While Uvin" here below: show er o" aln It takes a first-claTo make the roses grow. Atlanta Constitution. ss 1 vgS m-:- No Use. No use for people to complain The greatest number of er Confidence. "I'm going lobe president some day," said Willis, proudly. "Papa said I might." narper's Bazar. HEATING STOVEShave ever had and the greatest .variety Tve " : n v Prices range from 3 up to 850. All shapes and sizes. Many designs. Plainest to the that-winte- r e. spf t"tv-a- i 1 i CfL b tt'oi SVB-C. fanciest We can satisfy you in every respect. Mm, flpfo 3(&4?i " NT! Bfc&&mati HbMAN Ti'oanM pluylug W(rfi"8r'ai ShfipffPi ford Tr $- Uufiiiy? -- & jfm&,.L g g Hf ap-pra- rs. h t b- more wholesome, more beautiful, more completely pleasing than a womanly woman? Such a woman is even tempered, inteUjgent, strong and healthy. Health rsally tells th- - whole story. Health means strong nerves and strong body, and they go far toward bringing good looks and amiability A woman worn and wearied by the dragging weaknesses peculiar to her sex, cannot be expected to find zest in any duty or amusement. Life is all one dead monotonous gloota to her. On Jhtr face is written the story of weakness and pain. 'The whoiesomentss of health is lacking. 'rhe cheeks lack fullness, the eyes lack uparkle, the hair lacks luster. t Doctors b3ve learned to locate nine-entha of womanly sickness 111 tht organs hat ought above all others to be strong tnd I "W Tl . Is there anytliin" Richmond, Ky. W VPvUthrJTV 'aTT1 THE IT TICKLES YOU INSTANT RELIEF uS&A ML Lie ;ps. HOTDl 1 -a-t tea BIT F30H 4 CU R ES H EALS BREAKS Ererpi'-tr- e m ! CoGe. Cranps, DiarrtAa, Ftcr. Oolerm. Morbus. Nausea, Chaace-- i of Wster.etc. Cuts, Boras, Bruises. Scratciee, Bitei ot Aaisnals, Serpents, BTt, etc o-- iht rs '; uei - WowjhJuo ' WJ.-Kjnied- r' it $ " SJyl ir. r"ViS5i. ljr - Is-th- women shudder at the bought of consulting a physician on Uchsatters. A natural feeling of mod. $sty makes them dread the examination, subsequent stereotyped treatment by tiocai amplications " on which inosl (.odors Insist j Much more often than not, this is It saould not be submitted 'IS except as a last resort it ur nerce has Inred thousands ef severe cases cf "fe-a.e weakness." It works m,a saturaL 1 way " It bejrita bv safedainp- - the iiifiwciaiauou that is always sreseat ;en tt strengthen awT iavigorates the Ic-iiV Senr.tive healthy. Suclls Good, Tastes Good. Does Good every tiuk. at 25e Sold ltr Batle. no Heller, Ha ny. n UPBadCc4cU.JjcGr.r"pe,Influenza. Oocp, Scte Tarsal, etc. n HERB MEDICINE CO. to aal e kut Uaea M uil So (wit;.. SPRINQFIELD. O. ri "I I 11. I STT t TT7T: a r T " riHTTTiTTTTTTT rtl catrulas BOc FARM FOR RENT, . i j PINE OLO 2 cinal f-- 3 11(110$. MftdS- - , . iW mht ma. Apply . i t 14 YEARS OLD. ?are Old 'Whiiktes.Jbr Family asd A One ' r trinett-iruer- feaBdi-ettju-ry .a " ml i..l.. -" lille, ti y --- - mSt - .i.jii - i Oir-ol- e tbet fXH c uonpwrucBiany It, d a VAW-VHR- w Eri ISP' ddsbitthtd'-iBii,Btka:-3tknvaa- wotes resrukritv. ulceration. - vae organ!. en. It Ta. it - Gem MMtjrre c ." tt eig&teea acres. three wm me. t rvi qaou ujiwru-- Jt " J.v.. -- : I mil t- - om C s4 . J kr :.iaLi'- M- -- "rrZT...K c i: I rkoai,Qai-.- , m-W- Sfebrkbpj, X.Vk)M . rN,"' :J . Ue Jn atul tct splltwii pc-i..y. 2, , -- 2&.i '- ?n;t - r . i. ai - ti - S- -- if C' t. k-1- ? m. h , ... . -- 1,, "?i v' i ; - -- . -- - - - :. r !1 ' m: 11 If, :" t ;i tl M - - - - -- IL'-- it r -. . ' "s- - "i - ivj? - 5. - ,?J-. it..- E& -- - z ..!-- - -- ,, 1 . l s l KSz J - i! V Orli 'h ha, .?-V tl t r P f 1, -- &&? '&. j' : Talnwge wants to prearh twice ever' Mrs. Ralph ParkB was taken suddenly Sunday to his now Washington consrrega-ttoill last Friday, but not seriously. but his pastor objects. On Friday Jast death came for the FRENCH TIPTON. EDITOfi. The gold reserve is now down to third time 6im:e August, to the home of D. P. ARMEPS Maxaoes. $60,000,000, or a little more thau half the Mrs. Susan Parkes and separated Josie's requisite amount. spirit from her diseased body, which A brisk war is in progress in South menaced it-- Truly these losses demand POBUSEED KVEKY WEIM.E8IJAY BY Africa between the English and the Christian fortiiuue. Oc. Hoerp, and the former are getting the Mr. Thomas Roland Parkes and Miss worst of it. Marguerite Brookshire were united in A Pennsylvanian was to have been marriage by Rev. Richard French, of PIUCK PER Y12AH, $3.50. lianed Friday for murder, hut a convict Winchester, oa December 26th, of last (viifeSbed and saved the innocent man's year. WEDNESDAY. JAN. S, 1SW5. life. Little Zeralda Huguely had "her size' Queen Yirtoria has knighted a full of social element to join her in welcomCdbax Insurgent have surnmnd! Havana and the inter deuioiitiosi of the blooded negro, and Sir Knight Rastus ing the New Year, while some pleasant is too lapp' to survive. Spanish army is liourly expected. entertainment tvas supplied for the eve Arclibfehoi) Satoli was on Friday in- of the fading year. Utah was duly eon verted jirto a 3il vented with the Red Hat at Baltimore. TTt Monday, and the Monuofts m hacking Under the Wilson Bill the imports Geo. Q. Cannon for Uuitod States Senafrom Sheffield, England, were $750,000 tor. The people are filling their ice houses atore than the year before. during the cold snap. It will be very SbxdayV Nw York Kecofdcr devote In Chieago, judgemeut has been found apajje to opinion) of prominent men xgain; Eiet. G v. 31. C. Alfordaud others nice about July.w hen the mercury stands 90 iu the shade. who favor Gov. Hradley for Vice Presi- of this State. Mr. lack Hisle has moved up to Mrs. dent. Sir. Howry Irving played an engagement of eight nights in Philadelphia, H. L. Frisbie's property, recently occu A bill has liecn prepared to abolish and the receipts were nearly pied by Mr. K. Tudor. Mr. Tudor hai. removed to the Elliott the State Hoard of EqKiizftiott ami a 125.800. property. lurye Hjfrity ot the people we ready t. In tlie nwsaere at Arpha, a thousand !Hy amen. Prof. Waldrop has gone to Corinth, Cinsetians were included. Ky., where he nill take charge of the An e'lterpri-- i fellow in New York J. W. K. SharkelWI ttidite 'or orgmize! Imys Masonic Lodges, collect- local paper. iHlJtr'n... r ii The wife of Mr. Lent "Whittaker, who ing fees amounting to $100,000 aud is in Convert o,eveR if tho Dtan vtlie A.d recently moved into the Hagan property, jail. doe doubt it. presented him with a bouncing boy ReeeMlv in one day, 110,000 snails, or Thursday morning. two tons, were shipped from Switzerland Mr. Edward England, of Barboursville, Lrt7triLLR lawyers enaae times eM fit to Paris, where they were eaten by the fees, as evtdencnil by the award of $33,000 French elite with great relish. spent Wednesday with friends here. to IleJiM aad Brace the Mafoaic bank Quite a sd accident happened near There are two hundred lepers in Icelitigation indicates. here Satutday evening. The little child land. In Boltemia, while a marriage ceremo- of Mr. II. Layburn was fatally burned, Cait J. M lie att v, of !!a!t) vi'lr, re ny vb in progress in a church, a caudle by its clothes catching fire from a grate. fitted lbs hiii Goaoding titi.- Juice went Midilenly out, and Mich an occur It died Sunday morning. Advocate General and par of $I.-'- K a rence in that country being Dr. Arthur Burton returned to Ixuis-vill- e year, ofiered bis by Gov. Bntdiev Monday to rtoume his course in ill omen, the bri le f tinted and died. dentiMry. He will graduate at th a close m u!iJraritaTjram;i2ir!SE3s of the present teim. A uotoredfrnraaaai LanraMrk&i-tnoda colored jury to try her breach frf the Prof. Ponge opened his school Monday peace ease, but site was fined jort as if a with2S scholars. Mrs. Ida Willis is aswhite jury had tried her, ami nosr ehe sisting him. i persttailed that a white man is every musk sir m m m nnuSiasacrj mi msfe Miss Kate Hanna, of Winchester, is nhit a" jc&od as a "niegcr." visiting Mr. M F. Arbnckle. n, THE CLIMAX. Panola. -- I The Glimaz Printing We have taken our Christmas, passed into the New Year and here we are again. Every one should avail himself of the liberality of the Climax duting January. Dont put it off, the month will soon pass away. Subscribe now. Hon.J. M. Benton, of Winchester, vis-- 1 ited relat ives here last week. Lewis Lamb made a trip to Lexington last week with a two horse wagou to get a 1,200 pound broken auger welded; the I broken piece having been gotten out of is now iu position the well. Even-thinfor drilling again. a roasting: Mr. Morgan, of j OCHICAGO Foreign Committee, Indulges in Sarcasm, on Pauncefote, s!stlQ CtttBOLl.Tv)X rA I And is the British Ambassador In IIU Addrcia to the Senate on the Retiring Sea Qnettlon The intbniiador'a CrltlcUm of ths Action of Conerett 'OtTenilTe." Characterised J7f LOUISVILLE .SSj xWt.X )i V, I J ' KirksYille. jnt leketolleoes Si Washington. Dec. " The senate was addressed Monday by MA Morgan (dem., Ala.), chairman of the commitThe Christmas tree was a delight. Dr. tee on foreign relations and formerly a James' address was well delivered and member of the Behrlng sea Paris well received. The order was excellent tribunal, in support of bis resolution, offered on the third of December, readd the exercise interesting to the close. ferring to the committee on .foreign all was over and the people got relations, the president's special mesBut when out of the church, they were mortified to sage of Februas-- 13. 1895, and his rerelating message find three or four persons drunk. Two cent annual of these, Richaid and Lanet Lakes took to the payment by the United a knock down, and just as they were States of the claims of Great Britain leaving the place Richard shot at Lanet arising out of the Behrin? sea controversy, with instructions to examine intwice, one ball hitting the horse of at to the question of liability on the part young man named Benjein theshouldcr. of the United States, and of liability It was a great pity to have a happy oc- on the part of Great Britain or Canada. casion end thus. Query: When people Mr. Morgan, who read his speech from must get drunk, why not find a big hol- printed slips, vras Tery severe upon ambassador, Sir Julian low log and crawl iu, pulling the jug in the British characterizing as "offenPauncefote, after them, instead of hunting a crowd to sive" the ambassador's comments upon annoy. the action of congress in refusing an Londou'snew Lord Mayor, Sir Walter Walkin, madehis fortune by the sale of a German yeast In view of Sir Walter's probable elevation to a baronetcy at the expiration of his term of office a politi-ciantagonist acmarked '' We have Raisen' would make a fine family motto for the Walkins." al Kentucky River. maVe a tota The Tn-e- e forts d of 9,000 nvtes of Va.sras. itoatmg logs i a Beattyvilte, drair rQ zn area of 2.000 au.-miles o Timber ind Coa! - r y S c L( Nj-- S -- A V. . r C R kN P. ) S e JAPANESE PICKPOCKET. fraternity Wblch Is Under Discipline, Well Organized and . While's Station. KXTEXI1 THE LIMIT. A hill to he present- - to the 1 legislature to abolish child labor. A tnaiygrewn persoas wmi Ul like o have (lie limit raised so as to inrlade them. JIOKB BBSDS. mt Secretary Carlisle has done a'nut thia;; he could do ordered sealed proposals far a htindred million dollars in sold IhhhIs. They are to b 4 per cent and of f50 denomination and ui'iltiplr of that sum. This will brinir re' iff for the present, ont eooa tlie Treanrr will be depleted of its gold, and another bond Lsue will lie a neressitv. How lonz be foreEuch a process will lead to bank tlit-onl- y raptcy ? YKXKZUELAX rOMMISSWS APP3IXT-XEXT- S. Mr. Jno. Carter, who has been living in Illinois, lias been spending his lioli-lasbis mothers home. He is looking very handsome A watch-nigh- t meeting was held at 'lie home of Mr. Jas. Allen la&t Tuesday And a large crowd were in attendance. Mr James Bunch has about made hk pieparation for the New Year and looks if he were pleased with his prospects. The Missee Carter gave a very elegant entertainment at their home last Tues-Ja- y e 7oning and many were in atten-lanc- e and enjovrjd the hospitality of the Eiayle Sentences Proi Sirsra'. most excellent and popular young ladies StfctOS to the fall. A residence at Columbus, O., iarned Mr. Will Tom Bairett has moved back Thursday snd six people jh-- i ihhed iu it into oar neighborhood. His oldest boy Canadian and American eupiiiear differ is very ill with typhoid fever. We only his feel in the Alaskan bouudair hope for his peedy recover-- . line, Cbirsitnas being New Years A eompRiiv with $2,000,000 capita', lay having come and gone, we await will develop gokl minos in Bockingliaai aw for grouml hog day, with pat ence, ounty,"Va. br we know our hogs must have their Cincinnati'i boundaries hare lieen ex- lay- tended around twelve sqnaiv Mile of Mr. John Hawkins ban taken a additional territory p&sjtion in rhe store of Mr. M. D. Alfred E. Coach, editor of Kientifi.-- Settle at Big Hill. John knows h w merican, is dead. to fire z ltoiler and mend a watch, and A banker at Springfield. Mss-- , hasdia-appcare- d we'aresniehe will make a good clerk, aud iiis accOHk are short. Four brothers namoil !MjeFaddeH were homed to death in their Irauee near Mr. Sam Iong hah been sick for some l'rontenaoe, Kas., Tuesday. time with the grir, but is better now. Atlanta's exposition closed, at President Cleveland has appointed fir. able and distinguished men to ronsfitn't? ttie com mission to ascertain the correct boundary line between Venezuela and British Guiana, llieyare: David J. Brewer, of Kanaas, Juatioe o the Supreme Court of tlie United Stat. Richard II. Alver, of Marvland, Cliief Justice ol the Cowl of Appeals of tlie District of Columbia. Andrew D. White, of New York, ex President of Cornell University and ex Minister to St- Petersbarg. Krederir-II Cnndert, of Xw ' ho wasooeof theeonBst-lfiri'iViifi- Nates in the THiniy Sa arMtra'i i Daniel ('. diliu hi, rf M ir, !u.n i. i deiu c John. M ';kii V n'm ritv Tlie coiuiniMioii will w - I to V .. , ,t. zuela. Thence perhaps to Spain. months !Hst elapse bef we they can re fevor of the cUime of Entr'ai the problem will then and litem ie f t tk--1. Should tliev report alveneTv and England fehoakl accept tlie finding of the comii-ston- , that will end it. 11 n England not aroept t'i findintr and steadfastly rrtuse aroitrtioa, war MillfoKoH- - Enclaud can not, Htford to en;rsjfe in war ith the I'nitel Mates or aiij other ereat jwer Cauada, Ireland, India. Australia aud dozens of little dejieixlencies like Ilritith Gniana wotdd be Uiorns in the side of John Bull to hs mortal djsconjfitnre. There wilt be no war. Tlien ''wliat'b the gool of all this, hubbub?" Why. it keep Join. Hull taking ioasesska of the earth. Y-r- Mr. aud Mrs Theo Dunn entertained a few of their many friends last Friday night. Music was furnished by Daddie Utter' s Band, which was kept up until a tete hour, and every one went home higiilv pleased. which nearly always Tlie gladness came to this community Lifct week when Mr. W T. Montgomery killed himself with a shotgun. He hail '(come dispnndent and was brooding ver having to move his family on New Ver He had reuleil a new place but it t is suppose 1 he did want to move He front where he was now living leaes a large family who need hib belp. Tlie whole top of the head was down offand the brains were Mattered m round the room. The community deeply sympathizes with the family and have rendered them much assistance iu ttieir hoar of need. Mr. R L Potts has been busy killing hojM. rendering lard and cleaning up his till office tor the New Year, waiting on pick baby and learning i.ew tui.es on fol-Ioii-i- Waco. Misses Julia Hamilton and Madge Willsou have returned to Lexington to school. Miss Sue Deatherage has returned home after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. B. P. Wagers. Miss Corintie Gentry has been the charming guest of Miss Pearl Deatherage. Mr Cbas. ISean.nfMt Sterling, visited Dr. Poyntz last week. Miss Lena Stiver- - returned from Lex inirtou last week, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Stivers, who spent several days with her, Hon C. L. Scarry is in Frankfort this week as U. S. Grand juror. Mr. Jas. Sum and grandson, Chas. Barclay, of Shirley, 111., after several weeks stay with relatives and friends, re turned home yesterday, taking with them Mr. Walker Covington, who will spend Ttt the winter there. Miss Addie Maupin was the 't-st of Miss Mattie Coington last week. Dr. C. E. Poyntz visited Iu Lexington last w eek. Presiding Elder Vaughn held quarterly services at College Hill and preached two interestinL' sermons which were very uiurh enjoyed Miss Mattie Covington enteitaiued very delightfully last Thursday evening, a few friends. Mr. J. II. Willoughby, of Covington, spent a few davsat home last week. The young people of the Pine Grove Sunday School trav-- two very enjoyable entertainments last week. One at Col-eg- e Hill Wednesday night to a crowded house aud on Saturday night at Waco to a crowded house. The troupe was ablv assisted iu their entertainment Saturday j night by Prof. G. E. Kersey, who gave several impersonations in his unimitable j stvle, which were highly enjoyed by the audience. The managers were vetv lucky in securing Prof. Kersey to assist e J t ta-- harp. J. W. Ballard gave a New Year's dance t Wdueday which was w ell atteud-.-Mr. d Henrv Clay Pots, alias Ben, of Bukeye, visited his aged mother and brother here last week. The Christmas tree at Whites Chapel wan a great sneress and gave much pleasure ttnd enjoyment to the children. lrs ttri it Potts deserves much praise : 'i interest with which the worked th c.tue an 1 brougtit eiiccees out of . The Japanese pickpocket is an artful and talented knave. The public is notified to beware of him ut all points. The pickpocket hrrciscultnntedund trained for his profession. In Tokio he is to borne extent the slave of u master, w ho trams him, looks after him when he Is in jail or ill, markets the stolen goods and who shares in the proceeds. Tho police of tlie capital hae the names and tiddresses of about u thousand professional pickpockets known as Suri that is, people gueu to all forms of outdoor theft. Of this number only about 50 are women. So well is the fraternity known that about 50 per cent, pass through the hands of the police yearly. The orguniiUtion of these thieves is said to be perfect, bene olence and being distinguishing characteristics. There are about 70 "masters' in Tokio men who apparently carry on legitimate business, but who arc in fact teachers of pickpockets nud employers of the same. Iu what is known as the Shiba district a man known as Sen is the boss, and thietes belonging to any other parts of the city are not permitted to poach upon his preserves. He is supposed to have about 40 working for him on sharing terms He takes good care of these rascals, and the plunder turned in is usually sent off at once to another city to be turned into money. According to a journalist who has made something of a study of those pickpockets there is a high sense of honor in the fraternity. Smartness in 'working a crowd" is looked upon with great faor, and a man who uses tough or improper methods is tabooed. Not long ago a Tokio pickpocket chloroformed a man in a railway carnnd stole his watch. He lost caste at once. No respectable thief will associate with him, find he will probably be driven eventually to pilfering clotheslines. Of course, where tlie; police bate ..uch intimate knowledge of the pickpockets it is not difficult to recover stolen When promptly notified they will rccot er the stolen article four times out of five. N. V. Herald. "lelp-fulness deft-fingere- t appropriation to pay the indemnity for losses of British subjects owing to the seizure of "sealers," and asserting that, as to many of those "sealers," they were the actual property, in whole or in part, of American citizens who had no such claim upon their own government- - The ambassador, Mr. Morgan stated with emphasis, had no right to question members of congress for words spoken in debate; and his doing so in diplomatic papers which he handed over to tae American press for publication, was an act of '"intrusive arrogance." At one point of the speech he indulged in a touch of sarcasm at the expense of Sir Julian Pauncefote who had, he sid. "buried him under his ponderous logic," and of the Earl of Salisbury, who had "exhumed him for such use as he might be found most convenient." Mr. Morgan occupied two hours in the delivery of his speech; and then the resolution was agreed to. Fairmoxt. W. Va., Dec 10. Three men robbed the general store of Jos. Hood, between here and Morgantown, late Saturday night-- Sunday the goods were found caught on the dam below, and Monday two dead bodies and an upturned skiff and more goods were found. The men are unidentified thus far. A third man probably escaped, as wet goods were found on the bank. They had probably overloaded the skiff with goods, sinking it. Paws. Dec. ltt TheCouriei DuSoir, publishes a dispatch from Constantinople stating that the sultan hae signed firmans, with certain reserves, permitting the extra guardships to enter the Bosphorus. Ordered to Constantinople. The Saltan Sign the Firmans. Itobbvrs Come to Grlaf. - - U i J I -- j V l V J ( S" r"jC ) ( v fl h 1 (n S C C J V. OZLT C" Jv. V. v i - r- - i J ss. '7irJ C ) r '" " I A Sis Ia4wau4poUtIoa. central twlatoryopiUaljjo la Ilic CaiwJSuua. r A v. rA Jw" t ' i Vi 1 Vs d fel-lo- The Standard Tuesday publishes a dispatch from Athens stating that the governor of the island of Crete has been ordered to return immediately to Constantinople. Canadian Kol;ht of Labvr. Ottawa, Dec. 10. The Canaaian members of the Knights of Labor Moti day night decided to a form of Canadian national labor union similar to the Knights ot Labor. Lon-do- Dec. 10. Th Great Tobacco War. Many of readers know of the war existing between the manufacturers of plug tobacco, but few, perhaps, are familiar with the cause. For years some manufacturers have been making enormous profite by giving onsnmers a small piece of plug for ten cents Recently a very large manufacturer, seeing that the time had come for better things, has placed a now brand called Battle A.t on the market, whirls Assets, ttives the consumer a very large peir-- of must excellent quality for the sameprice. This has raised a great storm among those who are hurt by it, hut it gives joy to thoae who use the goods. In Battle Ax All Forms they get a greater quantity for their money, while the quality is equal to the finest of other brands This has natural-I- v had the eHert of greatly the btiiinw-- s of those who have held to the ulil way, and it has materially curtailed their enormous profits. On the other hand Battle Ax now taxes the resources f three lanre factories, which, by running night and day, are still unable to make the goods fa- -t enough to satisfy the enthusiastic demand. The people want a good thing atid the mst of it they can get for the price. The ONLY manufacturers who do the best bj them will get their trade. Their rivals naturally do not like it. They raise a mighty howl, but the Ax will cut them down. e NEW YORK LIFE, 8162,000,000 SLAUGHTER I ! I W, 820,000,000 Policies Writies, ' S o XPiTK ft ,) strii-tl- i 4vf II 3 s? H Everything in our Store, consisting of y til f 1 1 H WHAT! CLOTHING, R soM COST le IU BEY GOODS, Great Enquirer III BOOTS and SHOES Will be from now at i Ig 50 CTS. A YEAR? to make room i.,r until Januarv 1. 1S9C, $ e8 6 our Spring Gorxls and give us a chance to remodel our store . . . , J 3 i9 i VSHT'itaNxaNSNEJNBSlSNSiV And any one sending two yearly subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a ! " Hmi1TKLtlN&5U I 210 Main Slrcct, Old Broiislon Stand. jsfi 3F SOUTHERN STABLER 'BlliWf ! Sly gW M BUT RAILWAY (In Kentucky.) fclE SHORTEST ROUTE Between Louisville and Lexington. Feherinte In Effe-- t GiNTHT NOTHING A SURE li.c PILES, Bi iSs" S: An Free Copy One Year. page paper and 9 long columns to a page, makes it the ! d f 1 g J.G.MILLER, MAN'GR. ttf-- I iCIMS f Largest in Size Alwa)-s Mht It. 1893. a Ue-- and CERTAIN CURE i known for IS years as tho ;BEST REMEDY for PiLES.j WXWSNSI SOID I1Y AT.TL DBUOQiaTS. 1 v rrerurl tr SItSAXESSH 1TZ3 CO.. ?. LOOTS. IOST I If QUANTITY. 8EST IN QUALIT". Cheapest in Price! Most Reliable for Facts, nftJHLYf IV W.T yaBSrMrfTBBgKCffi& I hi -- Mitchell left Saturday to J. told a protracted meeting at Ford. Mr. V. M. Jones is out asiain after a cvere illnets of teveral weeks duration. V KEEPS THE MONEY CLEAN. tTT 111 uc Lick h'evr. them. p.T-Fc- Cottoiiburg ttt Jt Pooeey Ridge is so thickly settled Howard Williams has moved into the placed by thaii a message could le tent from house he recently purchased of Win. Joseph Cook, tlie fmjou lecturer, fc Keaieau's More to Cottouburg, each per-w- o Gum. He formerly lived near Clas . itawling in his own door. Ferry. it death's door. Twenty oil buinins locomotive; have Wm Smith has moved from Cotton-hc- g Rev. R B. Baid, of the M. Church, boen bhipped to Russia by tht Baldwin to Snydersville. preached at Svloam last Sunday, also at L'jeomo'ive Work. Tlie toll gate has been moved from the Val'ey View Sunday night Venezuela's military operMkm are lower swbiirbs of Snyderbville to the up-e- r A barn belonging to T. G. Perkins exceedingly active and esbliers mrs daily burned last Tuesday night. It makes Hobnrbs; Sam Long, Jr., is keeper. enlisting and being drilled. Mr. Irvine Whittaker has moved to the third building that has recently The price of beer in Chicago has been the5liirbsafnydereville. He says it burned belonging to him. Supposed to raided to So a barrel and f .009 sakKme id a w indy place. be the work cf an incendiary. in that citv will have to ekif-n- . T. G Perkins continues dangerously In the event I hat England declares war sick ot his home near Baldwin. Alfred Austin has ix.--nwnle Poet egainat Uncle is ready laureate of England, to snoied tlie toiritottMer arias- II. M. DeWilt and wife, of near here, late Alfred Tennyson, and w (M rears Mr. David Short has bold two hundred are visiting the formers mother at Indiold, a trrailuate of UnixersHr of 'arre! of corn to Kobt. Long and Marion anapolis, Ind. They will be gone for and a lawj or by prdeioii. about three weeks. Cmr? i jr H per barrel. A bridsc five feet huther antt eooaid-fcrabl- y Herbert Poston, of Patriot, Ind, is Ir David Fritz has moved to Snyders- spending a few days with longer than the RtmiMvh hriita, his brother, H. ville, one mile below Cottouburg. is to connect Detroit and H'iiufcor. H.'Poston, at this place. Sunday-schowill be organized at The Governor of Illinois line demaMd- Miss Nettie Biggerstaff, an accomplished and receiver! the rasiuHstiofi of the Giliead church the first Sunday in Jan- ed young ladv, left for Richmond SunAttorney General, because the fattter en I uary: the members should turn out and day to attend School on The Hili. dorsed Cleveland'a VenezueJap iuesge j sele t tlu right man for superintendent, Elihu Hall, who has been sick, is imJIrs Hannah I.ivitt died in Nashua, j and let ns have a rousing good school. proving. N. Haged 107 yre,leing the last of eleven j CoUeu and Long shipped one hundred At the homo of Conrad Davis. lost children, all of whom lived to he wore trd thirty hogs and a load of extra good cattle t Cincinnati lat week; any-Kl- y Thursday night, the young people of the 03 and one 105. than i . . has anything toeoll they will buy Syloam- - neighborhood tripped tholight An explosion of Rn works in ist. 1, from a turkey to a fat ox One of the fantastic to the animating strains of,the Loais wrecked three buildings, dentrove') the firm is the two hundred pound violin. Several jolly ''Tates Creekers'" 51,000,000 worth of property and killing were in attendance. beauty of Cottonburg. MvcraJ meu. Win. Ledford left Monday for an ex The body of Harry Hayward, who was tended trip in the Eastern part of the lianged at Minneapolis for the tnurdoi ! State, in the interest of the Southern ol Katherine Ging, was cremated Pt Ot)r croaker complains tbfit everytlay Lumber Co. Oracelaud cemeterr, Cliicago. f bis year Las beoa coW. E..F Masters gntou a jag-- ty jag one A, flvp ycu" old bqy-tRidjvTCe. tai 'iliS.Kuatlsv-Si-ljooIfi-iy- tj IjfTffi' h day test vwfcajic. wrotaSslntystsral"- $200,009, whieh was re5,000,000 epeirt ly viitof s n Sam,-Cottoubu-rg the city hs liav-inseo- st Mrs. Mi'ttie Grinstead died at her which, to a large extent, the currency home here on Saturday morning i t 9 30 of the country passes. These instituo'clock. She was the wife of the late E. tions take in the small bills of their 0. Grinstead, and was i'i years old. Sho respective cities and regions during n part of the year and pay them out at leaves three children and an aged mother other times, according as the convento mourn her loss. Her funeral was ience of the banks require. Now the preached at College Hill Monday mcrn l ule should be that no subtrensury iug and the remains were laid to rest in tdiould pay out to banks or others nny the cemetery there. The services were but brand new greenbacks and that the national bank notes which have conducted by her pastor Eld. L. II. Reybeen in use should be replaced by new nolds. The afflicted ones have the symones. The banks pay the government pathy of the entire community. enough so that, as a mere matter of Mr. T. C. Lowry and family, of W. commercial business, this policy toVa., have moved to College Hill, where ward their notes should be adopted. Mr. Low ry will begin a Normal school But whether that was so or not, this for teachers and pupils The people of fresh bill policy should be adopted and that community are to be congratulated maintained. It is a uniform rule with the Bank in securing such a capable teacher. of England that none but absolutely Miss Susie Tate has retnrned from At- new bills can go out over its counter. No matter if the bill has not the slightlanta. Mr. Jesso Caldwell, of Mo., and Miss est marks of use. If it once gets back the bonk it never goes out again. Mary Caldwell, of Texas, grandchildren into The rule is inflexible and is carried of Mrs Tabitha Cohh, are visiting relaout faithfully. The United States tives here. treasury should do as much for ths Mr. LeeChales. nephew of Mr. Thos American people as that bank does for Chales, died recently from the effects of the people of Great Britain. The cost a of a horse race. The excitement brought to the bank of new bill is precisely half a penny. Of course this amounts on by the race produced heart failure to to a good deal of money each year, but which he was subject, not enough to be an appreciable factor iu the general business of the bank. Banker's Monthly. Ilank of England. If the people really knew how, many iersons 1WJ caught some sort of disease from handling paper money which had previously been in the possession of sufferers from some contagion they would demand a radical change in the policy of the government toward old greenbacks and bank notes. The treasury department has subtreasuries in the larger cities of the country, through Ko Old or D. faced Hill. Fatd Oat by tin Ar Versa lies Ar. Isex.nnon Lv. Ar. SfcelbyTille Ar. Lawrenceburj.. Kastbonnd. LoujTllle !71 No. 1. No. 8.1 No. a. 7 Truth and Markets. 9.1Vam! 3 2. nm! 7.rOorn 10.0 amj 6.17pm. . . Ill ..in ill) ami 7 05pm i'nml .tSOpm 6.10pm tpm 7.45 jia 8 14am .... THE BEST Family Newspaper in United States for News, Intelligence, Fashions, Household, General Miscellaneous Reading Matter, Stories, etc. COAL! owand & iitmond. Lr. Lexlnitoi .r. r. x. a No. 4 So.. CVm r r. Lou.srille.. Trains os. 1 and Ciitlr Cars. Lawreniebirs Sielbjville Vers-- 1 1 s t .... k House ulLii Frhitely. Icr Rent ki .' 4.3 m 3.iui 5 4 a V (am 7. 3 .ull.bOam pry curry Frae Observation I 8im Ea b uml. f.v. Loulsvli'e T. . IXo. 13Xn. 11 vr. 1 arrodsbur;.. . r. Rjr?.n Lawrence urs .. 3JMim 7.4'. m 6. m 10 uUitn 7 0 p a in 8am m l.iXlam vermifuge: FOR20 YSRS Has tod all WORM uomodios. 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Connectlcns at Ltzlnctoa for all points In tbt Southeast: h coiTille, Hot prints, Asuerille rlt'o, Chattanooga, Atlanta and Florida. tDaily Except Sunday. A. WIIEDON', T. SWIFT. City Ticket Agt.. Pass. Ticket Agr, a Lexington, K. Louisville. Ky. J. M. CULT, W.H.OREE.N". Gen. Superintendent. Trnc Mcr., "Washington, D. U Wasblncton. P. C W. A. TURK. C A. BENSCOTER, Asst. G. P. A., Gen I'ais. At. KaoxviUe. Ti.es. WsainL'ioa, D. OL m fSL J3J, X0U3DV utaiJauiV oonuaios Master CofflmissiQiier3 Yalloy Yiew. ttt Ilon ol i I DESPERATE FIGHT. Two Men Stan and Fire at Each Othet One iJCid, the Other Dying. Bekea, Ky.,"Dec 2C. A desperate fight took place here between two factions, in which Will Johnstone was killed instantly and Less Mitchell riddled with bullets and will die. The two men met on the streets of Berca and Mitchell approached Johnstone and threatened to blow his brains out. Both men drew their weapons simultaneously, and, standing face to face, within three feet of each other, began firing. E ch fired four shots. 1 hej-- then ran. each in a different direction toward their friends. Mitchell dropped to the ground before ho had gone 50 yards. While on the ground four shots were fired by unknown parties and when Johnstone was reached it was found thai his body was riddled and that he was dead. It is supposed the shots came from the friends of Mitchell. Mitchell's body was found 100 feet from the scene of tho shooting with three bullets in it. He was still alive at last accounts, but can not live. The shooting is the outcome of an old grudge between the two men. A Christmas entertainment was in progress near which the shooting occurred and the firing almost caused a panic. Both parties belong" to prominent -- NOTICE 9 :fc Popular MAMZir FOB THE TO CEKD1TOBS. J. T. Henderson, "&c , Plfis Againnt S. B. , 1 a ffSnfcffrjBS il THE APEX OF IW JmM Madisok Cl itcyiT Court. Gunn.&c, Deit'ts. All persons having claium against the CHtate of Miks Eva Gtinn, dereased are herehv notified to file the same, Iepiliy verified, ith the undersigned, on or be- f J Bicycle Perfection is represented in the Monarch. All the bicycle goodness that the best bicycle makers know is incorporated in this king of wheels. No chronometer could be made with more care, or with greater accuracy. Every part of the J r'9Y Or sarao fore J6. 1S06, M. C M C. C. ' ill be barred. o 9 nr.wavs' jvtt;. u GO-- FRANK LESLIE'S S. E- - SCOTT, OPULARi tu.rw as "'"-"tra- MONTHLY) Mate doeissiimr's i ConUlns each Month : Crip tnol Vatrr Color MIEh-cl109 Matter: j.M New and M.ffrr imd llfu.fm. ., iiuiw fc,fci. inns, lhcn any other Mnrsalnr. 1.1 Actcrtca Uona J. CU, " vJ NOTICE 1 Frank Leslie'5 Pleasant Hoot 1 Urookstown. Tit ! a teml ti info. Is y v? Y!(. families. Rev. John Jasper, the famous colored preacher of Rirhmond, Va., who has proved to his own satisfaction that "de yeara stin de move," is now eighty-thre- e old, having been born a slave in 1812, Tlie minister has been married four times. At the closo of the war, 3Ir. Jat-or had 73 cent In his pocket and owed S45L-orest, 1J )w ftW&it ) W, o people Foilr foriL. T.t. TOf..O.MfttAbest vyriterj for youug lltastraled. Tto Jnvj-Till- FOR BOYS AMD CIRLC i SSKB&ZLSOBXXSTViBa'iO i'ii-.- to credit o r s. Wm. Harrm' Ex' PifTs Atniuist AVm. Ilarrip Dcv's. All , is in perfect harmony with all other parts. So perfectly is the distribution of weight so accurately the adjustment of gear, that the Monarch will outspeed, outlast, outrival, any wheel on the market to-day. fn Monarch models. SMJ and 9t0O. For children who want tv lower price wheel Ilia Defiance is and adults models, 940 to 75. Bund for the Monarch book, mudo In 8 4 Mamsok ClKCUIT Made In . v . "j.a. t'taj i THE CLIMAX, RICHMOND, KY Undwbttdty estate legally, with the notifiel to lile thos-uniindereigntt-l- on or before y e of Wni. Hairia. '& , prsi(ns havim-1a- up iiiKiins .are ooirr. the MOMRCH CYCLE MF6. CO., Lake, rtjCHE3-N8- w V.Msi &. FbHm Sts., CWCA4M. Yotk.San Francisco. UehveT. Detroit, Torj&to. ronJad, Salt Lake City . JAN'A'Y. 18, I894, orsam8 wjlbe burred. i . tht Best Gi4ib w Offers - s mwsm1!Ti fJMpVlPlaTBrP"V 1 S. E.' SCOTT, 90- j- HB& khflEBrJ J0k rHPaif-- i l-flCBl 5k. jOS1. iW iUSS. U.1sssKisVsTsssssBsss7 mM W HW rlKMUl A. S?k. gw. sssciVCsVafMEsMPV V4cnBEW T sssVaCssssslsssssssssssssssWssr sssssssssssssssssssisvssssssssssssVsV ji - - ?. - i & - , ' V. J-"- -"1 !r.- - ,a e&it j& i - lft I r w- . jr is- - ". . l - if i is ;' THE CLIMAX, Low Stibscripliea kp "''rt S fe l - - -- Awarded In the IjPgisIatape. rtUtei,H Ttim rHJS rSraEfTHiBfTEiE Honors World's Fair.,, IKfth Mrs. Cassie Wood Broaddua died in Rev.T. Grider, late of CoIIego HHL rHJSrrH18rHiafrJBnt - JAN. 8, 1896. WEDNESDAY, Oklahoma on Wednesday, January 1st, was made Chairman of the Republican pHJES A meeting of the stockholders in the fgjfj legislative caucus, and Hon.E Tutf Cum ax and Thice-u-WeeN. Y. 1896, aged probably 40 years- - She was a Richmond National Bank will be held Polk Miller daughter of Green Wood, who years ago Burnam assistant Secretary. World, $1.70. at its office, between the hours of 10 frHJH kept Woods' tavern in this county. Her Hon. Charles Blauford, of TJreckinride Climax and Harper's Monthly, $4.05. Go'deinith, the great cattle buyer, is o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., on Janhusband is W. AndiewBroaddus, brothcounty, was nominoted for Speaker. Climax and Costnoplitan Magazins, dead uary 14th, 1896, to elect directors to er of A. Clay Brnaddus, this place Hon. W. R. Black, of Knox, formerly $1.90. S Tve the ensuing year. Mrs Grinstead died at Waco. See of Madison, nominated Hon. J. Speed Climax and Frank Leslie, S3.45. J. E. Gheexleaf, Cashier. Didn't Li&s to Live in a Cabin. itCEJS Smith, of Richmond, for Chief Clerk of .Ah other publications at greatly re29 31. Dec. 20, 1890. Persons from tne vicinity of Menc the House, and the nominatiou was made - Polk Miller at the court house to duced prices. mm laus, Monday, said that Wm. Mou gom umiminous. 23Z TK QLQ; RELIABLE rwir w3. ff3t fu War Nciv liookkeiper. erj, who suicided last week on Morgan lLb It. I Slew ait. of Flod, son of Dr. A. Charles B. Hamilton, for some time farm, had been heard to say that be pre-ferJosie Park died near Brookstown II Stewart, of Richmond, was nomiKU2I D death rather than to live m the bookkeeper for Burnam. Bennett & Co., nated for Enrolling Clerk. bee items. ffiya Silver Creek, began the new year in a cabin into which he had moved. His peculiarly distinguished the humbler Hon Robert C. Hill, of Beattyville, On improved farti s in Madison county, Zero weather 6truck this locality Fri similar capacity at Myers's planing mill, miad was evidently wrong. All the top straiu from which he is descended. The was nominated Sergeant-at arms on the Ky , at G per cent, semi aunual interest ; tax tight thoroughbred horse, while speedy aud fifth ballot. Ho married aduughteri this place. Mr. Myers nifcht have made of iiis head was blown off. no commission charged Address Geo. MOST PERFECT MADE in certain ways agile, is not usually so of the late Harrison Gockrell, of Irvine. k pure Grape Cream of Tartar Povder. Fret W. Davy, room 17, Kenyon Building, BRiJ a tour mund the world and not made a e the alluininum shoe Boleat Wal Ssnt to Frankfort for Four Years. ouisville. Ky For blank applications quick on his feet aud aleitand adroit in better selection. In the House the Dem. in caucus nomi- torn Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. & Nelson's ml other inf rotation inq'iire of let Harrison Miller went to Frankfort his movements as are the best specimens nated arroll of Louis) ille for Speaker.; 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. J. TEVIS COBB, Attorney. They Demand the Cask. Wednespay to become messenger, r.t a Of the inferior breeds which, crossed with John ramous Schubert Symphony club at 20- Richmond, Ky. H.Stuart for Enrolling Clerk. mm The Itichmond Steam Laundry has salary of $000 per year in the new Re- him, have produ. ed the saddle horse. i era Louse tomorrow night. In the Senate Democratic caucus, Few people know that all plants conrori publican service. He will remain four His tremendous stri-lbejrun the new year with enforcing the impairs his ac- Jlon. W. W. Stephenson, of Mercer, a tain digestive piinriples. They cannot v ',aterts immense symphony club at cash system. Tney say other laun- years. His wife will follow. This ap- tivity to some extent. And the reader native of Madison, was made Chairman. absorb their food until it is digested any !uue tomorniw niht. dries throughout the country do a cash pointment, it is expected, will counter- should dismiss the idea that when "inPresident protein, Gpeble, of Covingact among the colored people the effect of ferior breeds" are mentioned in ibis con- ton ; Cnief Clerk, Crotmvells, of 'Frank more than animals can. The Mount business and find it better than to credit. t T Han ly, late of Waeo, is now with jtfiB Lebanon Shakers have learned the art Vi.vrJjSF- - dR K They are compelled to pay rash for every he Democratic appointment of Arch nection any reference is meant to the lin ; Sergeant M Harber in the coal business. t at Arms. C. E Summers of- - extracting and unttlizing these diges'wjg. coarser and clumsier common stock. of tliingthcyn.se, aud think it hut fair that Evans as janitor of the revenue office. A thoroughbred Duroc Jersey red pig E'izabethtowu ; Door Keeper, Robert tive principles, and it is for this reason T Barnaul and J U.Ilucker have they should have the money down for The maternal strains of the saddle horse Tyler, of Bullitt. that their Shaker Digestive Conlial ia for sale. Between 3 and 4 months old; Capl.Swerney Bead. j as- - J the Uallowav mill at Paint their work. are styled "infenoi" chiefly because as The House Republican nominations meeting with such phcunminal success a beiuty and cheap. Apply at Cmmax The first conductor to run regularly in has already been said they were un m 27 iu the treatment of dyspepsia. The Sha- L office. .Murders Some Turks. to Richmond was Capt. Win. W. Swee- pedigreed, and alto that they possessed are equivalent to elections. Armei ian .Nortlit-ut- t ? But wasn't Madison in it like rats in ker Digestive Cordial not only contains The tire Monday nightwas an imma The Lancaster Uectud says. "II- - B. ney, beginning with the opening of the in a less degree the qualities which have food already digested, hut it also conj t ne in the lower part of town and Sorthcutt has just closed his turkey pens road in 1863 He diei in Louisuille, enabled the thoroughbred to win on the an old bam? &: 54?gs3S-sa tains digestive principles which aid ths in put out. in this city for the season. During the Sunday, aged 71 years. He was born at turf. While not so game ami tireless B digestion of other foods that may be s, - pray eale, seven feet and some fall he killed 11,800 turkeys, weighing Lebanon. Had been in the service forty neeitheless exhibited woudei fill endursingle 10 cent sample eaten with it A e pi wide whs killed on T. J. Curtis's 130 000 lbs. He paid out here in cash years, when he retired a year ago Ed- ance under the saddle, and had a Miss Miuva Phelps attended the bottles will he suifieient to demonstrate Richmond Bhl'g.&Loan for fowls $S,300, and . to hands $800. It ucated at Center College and was a Pres quit kuess ami uimbleuess which m. ire wedding of her cousin. Miss Mary NOTICE OF j iat Week- Corporation mm its value, and we suggest that every sufSALE will be teon bv these fiirures that the byterian. Henry W Sweeney, Lou's-vill- than anything else contributed to" form .' Against in Lincoln couulv last week. Any fering dvspepsia make a trial of it. IN EQITY. T'tTfc weeks from next Sunday the is his son. J (3. Maiinin. etc., turkey business is a big thing and is not the peculiar gaits whiih make their deMiss Mary Cobb MeKinney, who has druggist can su pi it. ' an tiinj; will give you his opiuion of to be sneezed at. Mr. X. will return scendants so valuable for the saddle." By virtue of a Judgement end Order of Double Wedding. often visited at Mr. Thomas Phelps, neather. again next season. I.axnl is the best medicine forchildren. a sale of the Madison v irctilt Court, renHa-gaDraining Crci k Rights, tl is couitv, Messrs. C. D. Turner and J. Sam dered at April Term, 1894, and Decem-herTerALCOHOL FROM WOOD. Waller iV Nelson aie opening their was married last week to Sir. W. J. Doctois recommend it in place of Castor of Kirksville.and MissesMiniiieand 1.VJ5. in the above style cause, Marrow Bones fur Morrow. m n lower Main and will soon he Yager, of Louisville, at the home of her Oil the undersigned will, oil Emma randall, daughfem of the late J" The Jackson, Hustler, edited by T. M. The ah ohel plant at Round Mountain . a i t r tuisiness. !s ' annul In urn! Morrow, late of the Climax has this B Crandail. will be married at 5 o loek on the Chattanoi ga southern, some -- 0 grandfather, Richaid Colb, Sr., iu LinSaturd y, January 11, 1896. this morning in Richmond. The former coln county. tnll has been introduced in Con h local applications, us they cannot hoc item: fiom (.lansdeii, is about coinp eted, limes z r- -s . i i - t pay Mrs. Gieen flay iuith a Mr. G. W. Lytic, :i Nirhol.isville real teach the diseased portion of the ear. At about 11 o'clock, a. m .on the prem"llargis Bn last week slaughtered the couple will go U Lauisviheand toe latter ami will he lead) put in operation in to sell to ises iu Richmond, K... mi ui h'a per month. ljpgrst number of hous eer slaughtered will return to Kiiksville. wheie a rtcep-lio- n a lew das. 'I he plant was elected Ly estate man, was here Mndav inquiring There is only one way to cure deafne-s- , t e highest ami best bidder, the followfor farms and other .real estate. will be tendered. Elder Smith of and thai is bv constitutional remedits. ing described propertv viz : -.- 1 W Bales Miipped 7 cars of J in the county perhaps at one time. They theGoidon t heuncal Comj any, of Cineximrt A lerlatn tot f laud withal the build ihe . hnstiau church will ofiiiiaie. Mias Mai Simpson, of White Hall. acDeafi s is caused by an inflamed concinnati, O., at a cost of over $100,000, it- - ti Xewpirt News vl u lay an 1 a killed fifty and some of them weighed ingsand improvements thei eon, located srSJ companied her brother-in-hiw- , Mr. W. dition of the mucous lining of the EuI G50 pounds. Ihey salted and stored the 'Hie plant will ct'iisuiue ovci 150 cords ahirty Day Plan. n East side of Estill Avenue, in Rich- -' ir i mules to Allmny, Ga. II. Parks, to hishomoat Irvine Moudav, stachian Tube I vvltolelot iu their mercantile establish When this tube s;ets in inond, s. y , beginning at a notch m a pHil will emplo Covington, Arnold & Bio. start the of wood each day, aud U. .ht Walker, for John U. Gibson, w bling sound of nib stone on Estill Avenue, corner to l'-mm in-- j Mr. Rirhardsou and wife have returned flamed you have a r nients, to he sold." New Year by adopting the thirty ilay something like 'o . l l M.iii'h-to Wiehl, of New York, a T. V ells' lot. thence with the edge of fe l hearing, a d when it is entire Evidently the editor ot a compliuieu- eybtehi of payiuenrs. This is the beat American. from Junction I ity, win re they spent impel the stieet, N 35, E. 51 feet, to a notch iu 1 s ai old nwd mare fir$400. cl sed deafness is the lesti t, and un- ihe street several davs with their son, Mr. W.-J- . tarv morrow bone. S. curbing, thence ami most satisfactory way of dealing. 2 inches passing East, TIGHTS GROWING FASHIONABLE. less the ii.il. aiitition can he taken out and 57$ Richaidsoti. srs TVrrv . Perkiif, a prominent fanner They sell cheapei and make no Debts FulltiWt'd rileui. this tube nstmed to normal condition, West ol first gate po-- t. a straight line to u.j Perkins' Kt cifiVce, this county, is Mr.S. L. Tudor. of (he Shepherd lb had debts. As a rdle, people of and straight North It was not a lack of patronage heie hearing will be destroyed torever; nine on to I crner amstable Bv bee line inline sick witli pneumonia. Jit lit gl and all are more "There has been an unprecedented Irvine, was among the court day visitors. able to settle small that caused the Ogden Comedy Com pa monthly bills cases out often are caused bv tatairh 205 feet, thence S. 35. V. 52 feet more or than to settle huge annual Kile in tights this year. This does not Miss Moody Porter is visiting Miss It B Ir ine. of Kiiksville, has se-- . ny to come so near going to pieces last which is nothing but an iellamed condi- less, to a notch on side of Dillingham Turpin in Richmond ure.1 the hiuckstHith line, at the junction between Bybeeand shop, coner week. They created hillsat Mt. Sterling, bills. Thev wHl be pleased to have their mean that ballet gills are on the tion of the mucous surfaces old patrons try the new plan aud hut that the hicvclc habit is with last named line N. Wells, on i r irst and Water streets, this place. Jude Burnsii'e was in which they could not meet, and a crctli We will give one hundred dollars for 57, W thence to 205 feet is guaranteed: the beginning, containurowing enoiuioiisiy among New Yoik business yesteiday. luincaster Record hv- - catarrh) with them to Richmond to col any case of deafness (caused tor came ing about one fourth of an acre. Mr- - Ellen lit Iiii, wiiuiwof Dr. ("has women." The head of the hosiery lie 1 Mi.s Buruie Stoi e has returned fiom that cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Thipropertv will he sold tosatwfv the Dig liusiuess Day Monday ' Helm, and aunt of Auditor Stone Iect those debts The receipts here were partnie nt of a New York ln goods shop plainiitrV first" lien debt of $1,000 "with a stay of several mouths at Appletou Cute. Send for circulars, free. consumed in that wav.ai'dnot beiugalde - i of t e trt disease in D.ittas. Tex , Riihmond's men-hantsaid this, and she illustrated it by showaie decided! legal interest thereon from April J). 189-1City, Mo. F .1. - liENKY, Toledo, O to meet all their debts in this place, got of opinion thalMoiiday was a remarkably ttt-- t k till paid; subject to a credit of $I.'5t 05 ing ihe variety of styles, colors and qualIS out of town by wagon to Hed House be- good court day better than December ities iu Mr. and Sirs. I). B. Carter, of Indi-au- a, KiTSoM by druggists, 7oc. pril 9 IS04, ami to satisfy a second lien equestrian and pedestrian tights- W U. I'iili.iu, tif Mt, Vernon. lorm tween midnight and daylight. debt of W. II. Miller, etc.," for $300, with have ccme to Richmond to live. Mrs court ami better than last Januai ycoiut. "You iiitisii't think that women wear . i ..t tin- county, has wU mcvbii him legal interest from June 1, 18S5, till paid, Free, Tree, Trre! Co lections were fine, except in a few in tights only on the stage or for outings. Caiterisa daughter' of Mrs. Andy Mer-shoA Three roriiiTfd Problem. and for $49.90 costs. r--i feet of lumber to Conn of tiuu-a- u this place. Given away for a few d.ivs only, comstances and clothing, shoe, hardwareaud Thev are worn instead of the union Terms. Sale will lo made on credit of "A ueliester. Collector Bodes is a candidate for delDr. John C- - Miller, of Nicholasville, mencing Sat in day, Dec. 2Sth and January six (() and twelve (12) months equally. other merchants who hail goods in de iiudeigaruieiits by the heat dres-e- d sociim egate to the National Democratic Conw... I'lie purchaser will be required to T J. Christer-o- n and family have vention Ilischief deputy, Mr. Crutcher, maud sold large quantities. One mer ety women Thin wouicii may wcirtheiu, formerly of this county, w as here Mon- 4th, lO'.OOO boxes, each containing one uive bond with good security, for pay riTBI.IN. INM)!R"1-",,UU'-M'?- " week's treatment of Wright's Cclerv ment of the purchase money, to have ' .rued to Lexington, after a resilience chant collected $500 from country peo- but fleshy women must. You see, with day. has a cousin, Commonwealth's Attorney (lagan's drug store. ihe force and elf ct of a judgement hear ple. Another collected $300 with nit ask excellent quality of wool and silk you rre of 'wo years; he Inning secured his B. A Mr. Win. Kavanatigh, a prominent Capsules at T. S. Crutcher, who aspires to the same c nirr,rllrrjr3JKDrS1 C3 afflicted with I.iver. Kidney legal irtere-- t from day of sale, with a i anybody for monev. Two large mer- cm get more warmth with less material stock breeder of (iarraul, was among the Any perso.. (i tee it Tarr's.I'Stillerv. EreiMlrHJEairHJia position. Capt Shackelford, another at- nig .pprtv on the or Stomach Complaints, Rheumatism. laen say they had the best January than in any other style of garment. cotirt day visitors. H.irn, Allen will oien up tiis store at tache of the Collector's oflice, has a son chants S UlMFlrSJtSrrHJS 5fW?Mc-!eUe-5lW. G. White, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Headaches, day business of their lives. There is an espeiiallv fleshy woman p.i ocuifi rd, is on Mr. J. M Owen, of anil will be assisted who is likewise a candidate Only two court east Special Commissioner. can got one of th boxes fret. Parties Money seemed plentiful and the peo- tron of ours for whom we have tights legal business here. . tl3,j, Holmes, of Bra. ken county, delegates can go from one Cong essiuual living out of the city can get them free made especially, of extra thikness and e wttli E. E. McCami. district. F.r whom will the ollice force ple in good spirits. Rev. E. H. Pearce', D. D , President of by addressing The Wright Med Co., warmth. She is tl erehv enabled to dis? - s. 1 The Last to Atlanta. Kentucky Weslyan College, at WinchesColumbus, O. t.eilihoriim exchange announces vote pense withundcrskirts.aud besides gain . t Coming. The B. Willi- - has been appointed jli "J ter, will spend next Sunday with Rev. s iSiThe last party of Richmond and Mad- ing more from hampering petticoats, she -- MS.? n Boston's f unous Schubert's Symphony ison county people, who went to t e avoids addii g more hulk to her hips, L W. Young, preaching morning and The U. S. Gov't at Richmond,' which goes H iC WML ii,-- r i loiifirm the belief that some Club will appear at the opera house, this Atlanta Exposition, were Prof. Clark and her chamois lined skirts hang beau night at the Methodist i bur li. show Roys! Baking Powder "luJOTS fiND GRUfilTE nigh January Oih and Miss Mary Smith, chapar-jnein fresh news, as Mr. Wil- - place, i..M' n. Dr A. II. Stewart went to Frankfurt to Mrs. titully. All the best dressmakers advise SEE THEM! suoerlor to all others. . ai postmaster for uvouths. Thev had dates at Ciucinuati, Louisyille Mary Williamson, Trib-ble- , see his son elected enrolling clerk of Mrs. Alice tights for fleshy women." EX A VIM' THEM! l Tombs, Tablkts, m$Bffl&wft anil Lexington, and meant to go south. the House. Misses "Why tights lor bicvcling?" Mattie Tribble, Lula .Hector Rodes sets the good exam When niosfneeded itisnot unusual for llKD5T05h- -. l"t:XS, PCRC'IAF THFM! stopped off in Embry, Mar- - Collins, May Ballard, "Well, we tell the equestrian tights for Miss Nannie B. Doores died atLancas-te- r your familv physii i.ui t be away from being up and at Ins oflice by 7 But the advance agent I t Etc Richmond, merely to see the town anil Bessie Spears, Louise Shanks, Aleen riding, bicycling, kilting and all out door last week, after abrief illness of pneu- home. S'ueh was the experience of Mr. , k i c therealtouts, these cohl morn-i- n surrounding country and having a blank A SPBGIlIiTY. W0B j c J. Y Schenck, editor of the Caddo, Indi2, which - in striking contrast to the date decided to place it here on a guar Browning. Bessie Turley. Mollie Parham, sport, chiefly on account of warmth, and, monia. Edlou Phelps. Susie Tate, Emma Willis, with short skirts or bloomers, because B inner, when his little girt, Tcrrit-iridea that a man of an Miss Isabella 'Wilrtioro died at antee White & Bush soon worked off" , two years of age. was threatened wiih a Jessamine county, aged C2. 'ce salary ought not to reach his place 100 tickets which, justified them in of- Misses McCafferty, Lloyd and Bayue, thoy,are bctterthan long hose, which are &- Ytir Trade Solicitetl jgg Messrs. Joel Tribble, James Neale, John likely to w riukle or crease or get unfastbefore 0 or 10 o'clock. severe attack of cioup He says: "Mv Miss Lula Arnold has returned from fering the guarantee The opera house Goodloe, William Park, Lucieu Minor, ened and look loose and untidy and feel Work deiivereil to any part of ih I go for the doctor, but The fire Saturday atternoon was on will be crowded. a visit to her sister, Mrs. A. B. Etkin, in wife insisted that John Alexander. They spent one day uncomfortable, State. iCarVrite lor lKrigis a iven under icggins. Louisville, and is not married as the as our family physician was out of town t . seiind lloor over McCaunV, and on alTights, if they are of good quality, at Chattanooga. Price? I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's M morning on the third floor over Hotel Chance. Lancaster correspondent of the Stanford ( J I. ). O. DZIER. Proprhstor. ways lit and take away the necessity for Cough Beni edy, which relieved her ini M H Brown's, adjoining -Journal reported. A. J. Trace", for some time proprietor HORSETALK BY A MAN WHO HAS those abomination, garters. ini..li:it"lv. I will not be without it in it1 nre- - irom the same defect! vi flue, C rner lVancis n.l In ine Stnels. of the Central Hotel, this place, has sue The ex empress Frederic of Germany RIDDEN HORSES. "We alwa s ha e a uood sale of eques'"- -. the future " 23 and 50 cent bottles, foi --M were soon extinguished. Blcimiond. Ky. ceeded J- - B. Willis as proprietor of the i trians as the skating season comes on. in her early married life embroideied a Side by lagan's Pharmacy. Hou'-e- . taking place the change chil-dieWillis (Gen Basil V Duke ' rn lw.i hre alarms Saturday ; one late in Theieismuch freedom of motion iu them. piece of tapestry on which all her Mnjor V: T. Picton is manager of the W Clerk J. W. Smith h knelt when confirmed, the late Emin the af- - the first of the ear. i reiKion, the other early i Itnlel . "I very cheerfully comply with your You may laugh, but 1 think the ballet ......,..-.nt- Heiiison.. Tex.,. whiclf the iI t ws. invoiced along with the other furniupon it, and the i. Mm. the former at Mrs. Russell's res opinobject lesson in peror's cofliu rested say is one of the best request that I shall furnish vou an has been more cf an traveling men ture. . ' in e.the latterat Mr.McCann'sstore;but ion predicated on actual observation dress reform than the 'new woman.' present German Euiperor and the Prin- hotels in that section. Iu speaking ol Mr Willis has taken the 'brick resi. were extinguishe! without material and experience of the valueof the Ken You wouldn't think it, but the silk ones cesses Charlotte, Sophia and Victoria Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami Uiar dence up bv the Government building. bm .images helore the fire department could Oh, yes! were man led standing on it. tucky saddle bred horse for military, are warmer than the wool. rhoea Keniedy, Major Picton snys : "I SOLD IN Dr. Bales removed from that house to r i tit'iem. Yuu tail llelieVO and especially cavalry service: I pre- Mm li more expensive, 'the cotton and have used it myself and it my familv foi the Dr. Taylor house, occupied by Dr. RICHMOND. . liitnbutor to the IxMiisville Post, Pattie, and the latter has gone to the sume that you mean to include in this wool tijots comes as low as$l, but $5 to The testimonials published in behalf of several years, and take pleasure in say$15, according to quality, is the"average Hood's Sarsaparnla. They are written by ing that I consider it an infallible cure of early times in Kentucky, re Jack Freeman house on 5th, and J. II. term all horses of the same character w.'.tig Black we sell holiest people, who have actually found for liarrhoea and dysentery. I always o Harrodslturgs cabins, built in 1774, Kennedy goes to the house on North that is to say, a horse produced by a for the silk garments .. large infusion of thoroughbred blood in- nmstlv. Yes, some women have them in their own exjeiience that Hood's recommend it, and have frequently adin Ken- - stri et occupied by Win. English. ac the first cabins ever built creates, an ministered it t' mv guests m the hotel, to a hardy and serviceble inferior stock to match their gowns, hut it is mostly saisaparilia purifies the blood, j. k,"' totally ignoring the Dr. Walker whether bred in Kentucky or else among stage women that we sell the appetite, strengthens the bvstem and ab- and in every case it has proven itsell Keying flimd Tilings About Dim. Wi at.in on the Cumberland River in 17.50, where. Many such horsis, bred in colored gi oi's The ahincre goods are solutely aud permanently cures all dis worthv of unoualified endorsement. For ! the in Madison . Boone caliin built This from fhe Lancaster Record is one Sinve vvas s0'd to The Sixtv-sixtof many of the good things living said by Tennessee and other points south of the very fine, and we tell most of them, eases auaed by impure or deiu ieut blood. sale by Hasan's Pharmacy. unty, 1770. wife of Mr. D. Robinson, a promOhio, were u&ed by the Confederate cav- though the silk is more durable, and it The B. W. SMITH. the Kentucky papers, regardless of poliJluhs. Hood's Pills for the "liver and bo"wels inent lumberman of Hartwick, N Y., alry during the late Civil War and large costs more. tics : iVIimtFos repwt sale of pairs of 'Col. Jas W. Caperton passed up from ly contributed to i'.s admitted efficiency ; "I can almost tell a woman who wears act promptly, easily and eirectively. wassick with rheumatism for five months. court day. Cotton mules Stanford on Tuesday's train. He is verv r..oles at believe, that lights bv the way her skirls hang, and takiiig Hood's In speaking of it, Mr. Bobison 6HV6: "t will not be denied, l 'i aui cured since 5 I s I at f7lKV $90 x. A J ..DR. H. H. ROBERTS.. Tthe type had reached then and retains by her walk. The diessmakets say that is what many thousands aresa-ing- . Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the only much pleased with his prospects for del ansils, Blankets Mid , . ISI. .!-(- . in nit tlie ll(Wi tstVI I'ii,g horses brought $455.0 gave her any rest from pain." now its. highest excellence in Kentucky tights belong to the era of fine art in It gives renewed vitality and vigor. thing-tha- t egate from this district to the Republi this market. ..n.T'.;' Ul v i;.uMlsatirices never 1. fore For the rebel of p iiii, it cinnot be beat." till Alll'13 " can National Convention. The Record The fact is due. I think, to two causes. dressmaking, for the graceful drapery Carelessness in girlhood curses the Dlci cf Fever. Many bad cases ot rheumatism have been SPECIAL ATTENTION CALLED from leaders of that partv in this First, to the wider ramification of thor- they make possible and unliappiness in Miss Nettie Black, daughter of Dax'id learns "Yes, ma'am, $4 30 a pair, warranted greatest guttering cured by it. For sale at 50 cents pei Col. Caperton will carry oughbred blood in Kentucky where county that afterlife. Little irregularities and weakW Black, of speedwell, died Saturday, all question. If all thoroughbred stallions have alwas fast black." And the fat and forty cus- nesses iu girls should be looked alter bottle, by Uagm's Pharmacy. Corner Duncan Avenue Buried m Rich- Garrard beyond aged aimut 19 ears. partv men were as honorable and pure been more numerous and the larger tomer took four pair.' it. What 1 . . . .and Pleasant Streets, Paris, Ky. . . . treatment given at once. over promptly and The country is mond eemelery Monday. Others of the as Col. Caperton, Judge Jewell would share of it possessed by this mixed Dr. Price's 1'avonte Prescription pio-- The blue Gnss stiff hat W.ilac o: family have had fever. secondly, to the greater OFFICE'HOURS . ITEMS OF INTEREST. have never had occasion to make hisnow strain; and niotesreguiarity of all feminine functions, Kice 14 amount of care in breeding the intelliSill 21a-Thfamous remark." builds up a sturdy makes strength and S to 10 a. m., I to 4 p ra , Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder gent experimental method -- oij which correspondent of the 7 to 8 p. in. Ox Should Gen. Miles live to the age of re- health with which to meet the trials to World's F'T Highest Medal end Diploma-Aver- 's "lay Sinner. all improvement in breeds and strains I.nuiriilc Times mentions "J. Speed come. The Favorite Prescription is not specialties: one of the Major-fieneraMoines, Iowa Messenger of the ultimately depends, which has been tirement not of the -- iri.th of IvouisviUe, The Des Pills, being composed eaiulidate for Clfcik It is good for but EYE, EAR, NOSE, TRUOATS. STOMor Brigadier (nenerals now on the active , a universal panacea systematically practiced in Kentmkv. vegetable of the House," and "IT. Slewart.a prom- 30th ult. snys: one thing. It is directed tolely at one essential virtues of the best ACH and t "Avery iutercstii'g chapter might he list will succeed him in command of the of Henry Clay 'A direct aperients, without any of the woody or inent law er of Richmond." Git a new set of organs. to Miss Mary L. written on the selection of the "interior" United States Army. is the reasoii was married heie to dav correspondent. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical fibtous material whatever,' h Chamberlain once re Adviser, a 1003 page medical work, pro- why they are so much mure effective and Mr. Sioner, of Paris, Kv. The bride's faiher storks by the building utmti which with Second. C. TJ. Tern. is Col. Stoner, the famous horseman. '1 horoughbred blood the best saddle-hurs- e maiked toa vacillatingand somewhat lazv fusely illustrated, will be sent'free on re- yaluable than any other cathartics. families of Kentucky have been member of the limine of Cmmons: "Mv The second term of Central University The bridegroom is a farmer and owns stamps to cover The best family phvsic ceipt of 21 one-cen- t a large ranch at Esifindidi, twenty miles produced ; how in choosing dams of in- dear lov, obFerve the pstagp stamp. ItR bviallling: um! urkiKC our irool-th- en l.a opene! and new students will be oulv. Address, World 8 Dispell- postage YOURSELF that we are . in earnest If you "want a reliable dye that will ; we lilave .Hotsr. viwi-- j .... i i 'riio -. -- charged only from Paris, which is in the Ashlaud Dis ferior blood, destined to assist these pa- usefulness depends upon its nbility to saiy .Medical Association, umni o, reivived at any time and vve mean mrai ( color an even brown or black, aud will Mich development of stii k to one thing till it gels there" to exchauseone for theotber. A meeting of the stockholders in the for its second hsdf jear which begins trict, which Henry Clay represented in trician siies in our Singers, public speakers, actors, auc please and satisfy you everv time, UbO Second National Bank will be bel 1 at January 27th Old students have paid Con gross for ho many years. Col. Stoner their joint piogeny, all the qualitiisby Mine. Sarah Bernhardt hat broken the ttoueers, teachers, preachers, and ail Buckingham's Dve for the Whiskers. Now is a ood time for forbade his daughter to marry young whose union and Improvement the prcs office between the hours of 10 o'clock jr its half year. l for extravagance in singe drpsse. and irritate ent type has been made what it is Clav, and will disinherit her for it. who are liable to over-ta- x Ma hson oountv bovs to enter. Hpr latest addition lo her tiieatricnl wardThe body must be well nourished now m. and 4 o'clock p. m., en January 14th, '"The muple weie married by an Epis- stoutness, activity, intelligence, action the vocal organs, liid, iu Ayer's Cherry to prevent sickness. If your appetite is 1890, U elect directors to serve the enof S7.500. It Nice Ihsidrures in D maud. If we robe cost the neat Utile sum copal rector in the presence of half a were taken into consideration. i'e. toral.asafe, certain, and speedy releaf. WH-1T& suing year. i of ivorv sitin, decorated with liiamnnds poor tike Hood's Sarsaparilla. w snch a demand in Rich-mo- n dozen societ people, who were fashion df could accurately trace the descent "I never 64 A timely does of this preparation has pre K- - E. Turley, Cashier. 2931 and turqnniee. the train bpin linwl with l Orner xlat'i ami ec mi I, a there has been, ihe past few ablv dresed and wore diamonds. The these unpedtgreed mares we would probvented many a throat trouble. gutterlok Patterns For Sale. Dr. Price's Cream Bakinga Powder ermine. The skis of 200 animals were Frnaw days, for gol residences." nmaiked bridegroom was minus even cunTx. ably find that mapy of them had in wrded Gold Mfdat Midwinter Mr -required to iine the train, and the tur-- 1 " Agenuine ghost,story has .v et to he at E5irrillE?rs-!i7yJ- S rglffijgjSR an observer of such things yesterday. their veins some of the richest racing "I'hey left t night for Kentucky." iil rtiJEJ rtJia irciGi roca r quniseband on theskirt contain 1,S00 tested; hut notso a genuine blood purilier. Selling firates. There are only a few 'vacant residences llSjniJ Ir blood of England or, at least of that Miss Stoner is a daughter of Col. HfrHJS nHJEfrtilfcilrtilSfl: lta-J- " fiP stnnps.po it wiii be seen that Mine. BernOver and over again it has been proved Grates set on, short notice. Best workin town. Four or five bufiniss house" and has many relative in Madi oriental blood b which the English " got her ivory satin gown at a com that Ayer's Sarsaparilla stands alone hardt mm manship. Satisfaction guaranteed. are nwnitii g i ujmnts Thoroughbred has been made possible. son county, the Tribbles and others. bargain. among medicines j the most reliable A meeting of the stockholders in the Joe Bon'an. "1 would say heie that lam an im- parative Dental iifilrr KemiiVril. It sood 2S-.- 0 tonic alterative in pharmacy Madison National Bank will beheld at At A. E. Carse's Lumber Yard. A Inrgp plot of grondd has been pur ililn-- r Livery Stable riiau-i-- s. plicit believer in the merit of theThor Harris removed his dental Or J. its office between the hours of 10 o'clock 1 am convinced not chased in Austria, not far from Vienna, alone at the U orM's Fall. b conatlpa Two weeks ago, the Climax mention- oughbred horse. ifli-eo- n to the handsome last Thun-d- a . .,.lii;3. 2oo at drugglat3. a. m, aud 4 o'clock p. in., on January 14th, carriages, wagons ana baggies over Wal-lareed the change at the big livery stable only of his greater courage and endur- in thenamof I.ilionkalini.thp dethroned rooms in the Bright liuilding over NFRRLY EYHTHING WE j 1896, to,elect directors to serve the enance, but also that he is n.ore intelligent, Qupen or Hawaii. Foreign papers say' liaulcd alio painted., at the' very lowest r-R'ce'sshoe stoie. formerly oceu tin lower Main, whereby Collins aud and therefoie, when properly handled, thnt tbe former ruler wiil live iu Austria prices. Ah work guaranteed to be a Rudy's rilo Suppository suing year. RSWM sue ceded Smith and Turley pied bv ;)r. HoltJiii. He wishes hi6pat- - F-oT nuaraiitceit to cu e Piles and Constipa-lioHUD DUR1NC THE C. D. Chexclt, Cashier. !29 31 good a any in the State. r week we flnuojnued ih purchase mote tractable. I believe also that he pprmanentlv after her rppaee from List or mnnev re'tin.icd. 50 cent nns and the public generally to bear the sustainA pslnce will be built on the u KliHM dCaicrigk WolcKs, Ijnx Send tvi Ump for circular ar.c hy P B Bioaddusof the outfit of Man- is healthy and t?iore change in mind ' X Q S L. Midkifl, 1'ropliet.ii." F"rc cronniw, il l annonnceo, wincn wri oe Sample :o Martin Rtrlv, ReUterrd nt tlit Cassa Grande, ing native vigor under unfaw rable conchester Btothers Hiannaci-- t Lane ster Pa. No PoUl. llrh'.ite In Naliunal 1'iUV nln. street to ditions; tha he can carry v eight more in kpeping with the o"cnpant's former j ami his remoutl fn m sei-ons Tlie Muderu 31i!ht Kor s.ile bv all nswere . (.gamely, do more work cu less food, and rank. deW. IL Shackelford announces his. . Kv , j th HfnrYViud Malile. ana in . 1E3 found that her.litteone8 are, improv- ibuactsts rvrrv where Has ear up moie ni.uinciiii gi uuoer everv 7- -t v E Wrlch. I . BUT IN A FEW DAYS WILL sire o go as a deteg te from t' is, the 8th This wick, e chroiicletbe piirch..se ed more. Is, the plejsautlacitive,SvrupoI h ntship than any other stockholders of the A meeting of .the I'ae Wv Depot district ! Co g the National i.v Ge-rgMveis. .f Jacdi Hack- - dtscnpiion of II. Th.se who spek HAVE IN A Farmers National Bank will be held at through Figs, when in need of the l.txative effect Agent Purr i now Demo r.iic Convention. He is a first the Hunlev stand, near familyofl.i8spec.es. ol a gentle remedy than by any other, horse stidned liHintncred glas. 'f iheTi.roiighbred he a delic-..tl.i- -s its office- - between the hours, of 10 o'clock, h- -s f r 'he place an the eiint" is thfMq.-ffi.ee- had . NEW STOCK of just the things you...... Mr. Myers in.i.. a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., on January prol.ai.iy iien.x.K u.e iremenuoue ue- - I The,M dppot i"torn iwmv; white rock and that it is more acceptable o them. for i.uii. livery business at oerience in the w ohm m IH KB Hth, 1S96, enjov it and it benefit-- ) them. , hi- - powers directors to serve the flower b,B an,i pot, Ohil-ireinston and Ijimttst r. He took posses- - , niauiU which are made upon ' TaMl- - Mnpjwel. remedy, .yrup of Figs, is man- - 1 HlC The true j of endurance uii.ll - .onstiluti. n; .liev , f1(,i. , , jensnmg year. j a)tt n. ,H, ' ufacture.1 by the California Fig Syrup I K t S. S. Pahkes, Cashier r . m.tipp h.. pet-ti2S 31. ;l Dun. an and Joh..Ten.,.leman fo.pet how emumoiis is the strain incur Co 0",y' for the contests ..f the IhuiBday hud a decidedly took ixrsscssi..n,Junuamst.oflheMahle -- sm tins place, last red it. preparation rm Jt Agents to sell he "newest nnv1 - . nanver r: R. nurm, i, mash-coni,,...,es.s appearance Thomas I), and mm now trviug re 1.... VaU-)Jav6 nna mm Bioaddus, and under the tur:, ha, jlti(?s "out, Jii;-tle- ri can make A new line if bUiVs. carriers, sin oree -- a . "KT XSTED Several trustworthy gen- An . nlim.ry Harvey hetia:dthipjed hteei. cars of firm name of Dnncan and Templennn, Iheiuselv. s ne,.ndruUcHe.JirtJ-wagVns-jtiWg p,a(.e flm fen dollars a jiom jlveTo ?or .tlemeaor ladies to travel in Ken I bVfctd" f w.ui.d succumb j horse of xj..tl cat I let hut averaged 1,700 pounds, fir r..ir riiimifit. Come and eee them. i The- - are dandle. SlftHOKERY KHD HQS1CSI0RE. or address, tucky for establibsed, reliable house.n. jiartictilars calL-o1,"00. Thei scw-ntof this and f ilicni!ir'aj.-in- : Uiellmslold Steady posi-ItiohVdnc'hin ae. Matte ot tiu bc-- t nlateria", and guaran J. AV.Azl.lll, 011 li vine stieet. neai the S780 aul expenses. Salary : VirtLi were pnlbiy the Lefet falted rattle that Methodist church hasadde.1 a transter qnftp often ara.erwho lmsbe.i.me l fivith stamp, m Enclose reference and IJSII J 1 H MMtaHM-Sep Wfiit & Gibsons nale teed. Jl'rtces Icwfrthan rcchefore. lierflu-finp- . ie-raUsntiJ ettyelpe ever eft tMsoonnn. u im ;..lft-- i t hUliterr. and h urenarCl "'U'di batter..! to .f f WALtKR &rNEE.SONi tirv eousI& ExQeolinaly Jqr- & ' t'l QftMiH JWv.j, iwofilw-wnifi- t OwiMnrI .TWM; flill never G.H. Black oh 8trh.y eWPH 160 mnamwa - irr kB ruinHH raj . if-Lfjiffs' r tpa iti,8rongtaibe, b'w WKtfW. mpt find rat aJklff. Vtifm.9i . . ' H PlMmuvail' TCp. in iFuvjHirM4HnfeMTWtinlgilr 510 e Prj id. 1 j, ilW. .VlW"tl export ni'1e. Wtov ivW ,rvFC , , U.(toawww unjjwu lsiit, w iwv 1 . Rates. - j Died in Climax and Weekly Cincinnati quirer, $1.35. k Oklahoaa. En- ed all ordinary work It is also true that the diseases or defects of the- - Thoroughbred are more noticed and commenled upon than they would bo in a common horse of less value. "Jf I he correct in my estimate of the thoroughbred, then it must also be conceded that the nearer he approximates him the better another horse will he. But the Kentucky saddle bred horse has not only inherited in a large measure the excellence of the thoroughbred in the respects to which I have called attc.i tion, but has also retained certain desirable characteristics which have more i Election Notice! B2R; s aiMjiyiSi iiiJSMfiii IsfgjgnaiBfgffpTgj m '&m& CH1EAM PJ MONEY TO LOAN I m MAIN STREET m sjg e Pig for Sale! mu Is still iii -- the market with mm pjjij Coniniissioiier's Sale! "I I jh rizmki sirjrt4 is the finest and best selected va t e h e slock oi andjewel- cat-lik- e, sra clocks t- - n, in Central mm IT that can be found Kentucky, and at prices that can m 1 d e-- nor nff ion life cent from any 0 timoo nnmed bv i Ei not be duplicated anywhere. I will sell you diamonds and take u T mcn.-l.Nashv- il.e v 1 u-- e, have a lew in the thin way of Christcan have at your own nrice. ,tl,n..llMKP ""iti satis-lactio- u left mis Jim cracks that you r- la-s- s - - 1 I come I don't want them, clocks and and rpt thorn. Watches, jewelry repaired on short notice As133 and wnrrantfU. D. P.ARMER. fJ'? ed LijrJruJjrtJiy rgisffebjf:ie t: jftiadisoii Monumental "Worlds, BRIPGFORP'S & Reports ECONOMIST RAPE, e s ,.-- i tBk rSfSS m.f (;?$ M rn rt. i- ac-ente- d Wil-mot- X 9W i Soil m "tt - F rin ie&.fi 1 ii Rt-it- f 'IP 95 Hy Bsirri utJ QIIlll h S .Sale of Dry- Goods and Notions, Dress Goods and Trimmings.... ....Lares, Embroideries and Hosiery at.... u Saisa-parilla- ," 1 If'.vi... OFFICE -- To .... J our e "line PU33 J V3 We mean what wc say, when w e sa y la desi-endan- Jo.-ep- Catarrhal Diseases. AT COST EOll CASH WE mean CASH and no poods charged at the prices we will name. Tneim Election Notice. ;SL.rX,ZSn"3T i. 1 rc-on- "IO DAYS CASH SALE iSNOW E Ln.l,nPfi GIBSON'S. r "-- Roht-Stone- r, Election Notice ralFlrrafrHlarSl 1 a-- life liaioao . & n, cin-finene- p-- first-clas- Election Notice, OH RI STMKS ....RUSH.... ,- ..-.- ' e eiiV'-.usim-s- 1 e . i- ,,,';. IWAMTFn m 1 ma t -- he eit, "i. 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