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ARMER, POBUSHEliEVKBT 15c Wm ' : H; jH. li'flt' mr H I w BIm' Ths Glima.x Printino PBIC1..PBK .estates coming to her and was without 1 .jjjrron. nionev or tri'nils., lint nrx.n Iw n txl-- ' - SB. wuimi.wi tJ Ho Recomrnends the Erection of a Mork hiW 8,,e wns fl,und io ,,e mEZM:z&mz.wcwkX;'wmi.'LiME3& MANAGKn.toa New Capitol by Convicts. crazy and had $15,000 sewed up in her ' Yjillcy Tiew. '' oi.ai.t,,., WKDMESDAT BT I. M. Asher was in Louisville last The Nereilt for Vntntelalnc the State's A ill has been introduced in the Vir-week 011 hiisiiie-Credit :olated Oat Lyuchlnce Are Va- Co. tfn5afeu,e,,ae prodding f..r a com noanced llo Tonchet Upon the CJr- of three, with salaries of $2,500 C. A. Nicola was here last week on rjinader BtIIs lloute Kale for - - w - - n j333 uiu'i.i., fnRRFPnNnFNPF s. ... ' B. BsB .,., ; : : 1 -- . ,r HH 18010000004 OflflflflflOflflflS BPvlDLEY'S MESSAGE. tnucK IrTotwithstandlnfc this, compctentperf eons were as inxloue to serve ihe state .then as at any perloj of its history. It is true lh it salaries cannot bo reduced except to take effect tltpr the etpir tlon f the terms of the present incumbents, but thU furnishes no Just reason whr they shou'd not be reduced to take effect ottor that time. Public offlclals should be reasonably recompensed, but the tuxpa er ahould not be overburdened Wm WW Wl WA jHjk W 1 or oppressed misr-io- n EAH, $l.oO. " Pr. Hi'BT P.- - "."."' WEDNESDAY. I """ JAN. '' 15, - IV1 u gniph lin, in tl.at htela r Jainesu will be tried by court mertial and may be shot for invading the Trantivaal. I lb&O. "- m- wkt W mm jr.. the rinu- - n .. ifrinnnMiir - Iau P i. invention. I2T CUBA. a - Eft K W- The Xavy Departmeut is overhauling the monitors to be used in case of an emergency. The question of Hawaiian aitnexntion is beint: considered by coiigin-b-. The Milwaukee Press club hrs indorsed" Kruperor William's position on theTransvas question. Secretary Herbert wants the Navy enlarged. Only four snrvh ore of the war of 1812 are now alive. The pension appropriation bill in con gress tails for 2141,000,000. Persia has been visited by two earthquakes since January let, killing 1,100 perKi)8. The A. P. A. candidates in Memphis lost by 1,000 votes. Tlie early marrwge of Harrison anil Mrs. Diunni. k, isauuouu-ed- . - SITUATION A decisive If w) V baitle betH;n tlieSji.in-iar-l- s and Cubans is daily expected. The and InMirgents h&ve cverrun the hemuied the Spaniards in Havana not withstanding there are four or five Spar Mi soldiers to one OuImii. The Insur and has an cent general-i the sympathy oi all the world, outside ofSpain.no to mention more substantial M. We Iwpe the Spanish yoke niaj soon be throw n off ablw-Jedew business. Mrs. I. M Asher visited at Ford last week Rev. Mr. Pockerhane preached here Sunday and Sunday night. Born to the wife of J W. Masters, u girl, Jan. 9th Born to the wife 5f" Mr. Jenkins the 8th, twins, a hoy and girl Say Perkins correspondent how are von for twin items up your wav? Lltlee U erjr atroo;lj- Drxed. - The passage cf a well regulated law increas ing the license fees of wholesale and retail liquor dealers, druggists and distillers would produce considerable revenue. The tame muf be said of Increased license Jees on pool and billiard tables and other similar devices, and cigof special tnxes for the sale of tob-cc- o. - I Ky., Jaa la Got. Bredler's message was given to the legist ture messsgo entire would occupy over eleven columns of nowspaper space. The following gives the gist of the subjects treated: The message nhows very oareful preparation, taking Into CvnsWeratloa the disadvantages ol limited time and other hind ranees underwhlch the governor worked. Finances Is the first subject tackled. The governor a handicapped by not getting the promised report of Auditor Norman, but was L furnished with suQciont material by that Fhawktobt. ars, etc The license fees forelrcuses and other entertainments might well be Increased and regulated aceordlng to population of the various counties In whloh the7 exhibit. m'ght be required of all persons selling pistol cartridges and ail newspapers and others offer- License fees ofa-ela- :i,UkiSl.lt "lS KASILT. Frklay night, The Democrat nt Frankfort, nominate! T. O S. Piak bum for re election to the Liiited Suites Peimte, C. J. Bmnston nominate! Blackburn, and W. W. Stephensou noiu in.teil McC'rearx. TJie cte Ftinvl 37 t IS with 0 for Brown.' TweHe Democratr-rofiiM- J to go into the caucus. They.de port Black clared that they will t if thev persist in their conrw. l)urn, and 1'r Gcxlfrej Hunter, Republican, will be elected Even with their support, it cannot well be understood how Black burn can win, aa the two Populit8 are agaiiirithim. Besides that, Wilton, Hem o. rat has died. The Republican iv.ncuE n-- Hayti is about to engage in a rebellion New Yrk wants tlfe ational Demo ratic Convention. The Grand Army colony in Georgia is growing rapidly, 125 additional mem herefrom the Northwest having arrived last Thursday. J Secretary Oluey is being boomed in the east for t. The Farmers Bank at Verona, Mo., tsas-ilnominated Hunter. was robbed of '$9,000 at 4 o'clock Friday Among Mot'rearx's Democratic neigh-W- s morning, the Siife being dynamited. wlM) went ajMint him were Bmn Gen Ezeta, San Salvadorian re vol u ston'aud ritelpsol Fayette and Perry o! tioi.ist, has been captured. lejoii.e, Wiljt, of Chirk was for him English soldiers are in possession of but Walker of (jairard, refusel to enter disputed Venezuelan territory. caucus-lUncUmni claim that he will be elected. IhU jii&t how it is to be done remain to Ik; been It looks to iih mightily like a Republican ifanlodv at all. (lUVKiCMtU BUAIll.KT'S the ' MOO.OOO bowels. The stallion. Pilot Medium, valued at died suddenly at Battle Creek, Mich , Friday, of inflammation of the XhSSACE. An entire iwgee-- the Cumm would ie required to jmblish the Goxenmr'r in full. It longer than Pre? denti;leelanlV A liberal ahnrant i T)nntelelrewhcreoii thih. page It con touts many good thing, MHiie tlipt an n t M) goo.i,and a few that, from a Den.. critic umioiut, ate considered bu . trail ex llefauib the abolition of ' iivHwding Comtuoir ofli-e- s of the Ijiih' wealtli'fi Anirey.J?egi-.te- r Office, aim Board of KjuttlizHlion. Tin nltouW act hjmjii bis ad ice at l'gi-Jalutthet-three, him! epeciull as to Hegib to terof Laud tiflice mid Board of Equahz.- a waste of moiiej tioM. It ibb-.utel- v them- to maintain the amonn The iioverHnr'atlri-estha- t -e -e President Crtepo, of Venezuela, allowed an American woman to shoot a dust ball from his head with a rifle. General Francis Badon A New York is dead. At Makale, January Stb, a thousand Abvsunans were killed by Italians in an attack At New Ibeiia, Lh , 2,000 people weie at the hanging of a coloie man for killing a colored woman. Mrs. Alva underbill, the divorced wife of W. K., has married Perry Bel mont, of New York. The Cumbc r and Park racing propertv AflSHold under foreclosure al Nashville last week for $10 0 6, which wipes out in indebiednebs of $70,000 and will be irt-se1 Ihirse Talk. For the Climax Palchen Wilk s, sire of J,e Patchen. -l .04 is to be bold in W. B. Faig's sale 'ew Yoik City, Februai 13 Whai till hf bring, $10,000? John Green, owner of Directum, 2.05, :ied at hi- - home in California a few davv go. Directum will make the season ol . at Lexington, Kv , at $150 the season Monroe Salisbury has dicided to sell that directors of tun' Mix, 2.1MJ. It isr"p"s-t-t- l juke aitd their families be comi'el'ed Az .to 2.04, has 2(i heats in 2:10 or bel--e- r. iolL This U moie than any other trotter qwtniy imkIoims-thGovernor Brwlloy iving or dead. fmHlamGMrHl principle of DeiincrHC Mou bare, 2:11 and Simmons, 2:28, an 4ty TvctwitHemli g that the Iegidutun fc lK'f-trbesold in hauklin't, sale pe p'e an amendment the it it Lexington, Fcbiuary :!rd. the coHstitnti'in secnriHg to towns an cities- - the right of loci! ?e f Bemire, 2.(ii. sol.I rec eutly at a sale i, l taking a wm from tin1 CuiMi'tuinn 9hio, for 22.750. aHd KepubVidu ekjment con 'Scott dfmls.oit ha arranged to drivr tairtl tberetn. . lodge Rice, 2.ICJ. again this sea-o- n to puni-- L The Governor ikirriiigaixidents he will take a very low of, the dail Kftititckv mark this j ear. Pfperstrf other blate who willHriy. aix1 Nightingale 2.08, holds the re. imnginan coHitiniiHCMlc knouii.gty nl 6 55. and the two mile record. 4.33. riiine. thu ihjuring,tlip god name il mcl ha- - been one of the 1110- -t consisten tlie State, ami we MiK?eiel lifle thi bte; rtre marcs the world has ever seen will le taken. John R. Gentry 2.03J, is to be sold in For other good Fugirei"tion and tin Fasigssaleat Madison .Nruare Garden. -, we ref r bml ones to"i 'ie abhtrac The late John A. Goldsmith left an worth from three to rive hundreo Siajlo Sentences Trcra Severs.. thousand. Among bis lot of horses to be Stats a id is the pacer Robin, 2:20, full brothet to Dr. Hooker. 2.23 j. JHdvilley Pol., has an ice palaccv For the first time in the history of the The U. S ("rniwer, Boston, ha- - been light harness horses, two jcere with ordered from San Francw:o to China records better than 2:05 are on the mar will make a lecture tour timolol ket. be in thereby lelieving' the- jilreal ctva-el- , meirntvided pciii'euti irie. He think to $20, in the limit jJhM be ri-eawl this is no b It- Herniary l'ovI'Jil.w1tiKli Ime become i lea exjtenM- - instead of a revennetotlie5tai he thinks slnmld beempioveiliti build in a "stale Oapi'ol, and nobodt will len that the Strfte is s treiy in need of a k citK; tlwt of a $4 li"g, nectary to continue a iH'iiitentiar otTeiH-in certain cFt-- of I.n eny, in e a The accounts of the city treasurer hnaha are Jb 0,000 bhort. of cred.-thlcluiM- in t- Wo-slar- te D-l- a i kH-'j'sMKi- f HiiBBBBBBBBBBBM PBiBFfBlllllllM i The Village Farm has ordered a spe rial horse car built for theircampaigners b inhaling illuminating ga. Athonia, 2:1 lj, one of the ".test three In a fight with moonshiners in West vear-old- s out last year, will not be cam men were paigned this v ear. ern rsortii oarollim, Lill..l. The nnmber of original entries in the Frances E Willcjrd litis hei Keutii' ky Futurity for folas of J895. Wture'engateme'ntb'irld good Ifxiutli foi Of these CG4 were kept, good b) htr health making second payments. McKee, George A gang of counterfeiter" in Atlanta, The fast pacer, Star Pointer, 2.04J, thai Mackei', Isam Milhken, C. M. hive put irttMivuldtiO'i 5103.000 of theii nany look to as the coming king of pa Miller, Sallie C. Million, Miss M. Miller,,Maud (3) fijrtirious coin. ere, is priced at $8,000. He can wii Murphy, John R. Moores, Miss Sallie Dr Webltei has given the Roval Col- himself out easily this year. loores, D H. Moore, Mis Marv lege pt PhjsicMiis SI2,r00 to le offered in It begins to look like the McCarethev-Sible- y Miller, Lucy A, prizes for thfe best essays oirliiberculbsis plnn furrcingand giving record-wil- l (package) receive the cordial endorsement ol The Governor-Genera- l of Canada N commuted the sentence of a murderer a large majority of horsemen. The plan ' N'oland, Bush ' Parks, Dudley . and. the P'P'? of the latterfs vicinityJ 1. That Ui6 rnles be so amended thai organizen a moo auu lore ciown an uif R in all classes for both pacers or trotter pictures of the former in tliat Province. Iteeves, A. C. Richardson, McClelMrs. Elizabeth Kellv "has given the no record be given any contending horw Uichards, Willie land Ross, Daisy (2) University of Chicago.5I 00,000 U bliild except the. iqner pf first money Roland, Julia C. ,'2. liat in case the owner of a. horse Royce, Jim A. ,a Kellv Memorii! ChapeF; in adilitiiTn $00,000 woman's dormitory alrelfdr' Ainning ouejieat or jnore but not the the S race, desires to accept the lest time erected by her. ?mith, Doll Stone, Bill made as a record, that lie be allowed todo A remarkable combination was that" T - . when Mre Geese, weighing 3X) piurids o, making his statement to that elfo t in writing to thejuc'Igflj on the day of the Tlioraas, Ethel jumped into Conoiogniuet creek, PennW sylvania, with suicidal intent, but race, liefore they leve the stand. Sneh r3 conld'nt sink, and after floating three record be entered fo the jear hook Walker, Lige Winbnrn.Bell (2) witli's-tw- o star designation, intended ti White Ellen injurs was taken out nearly frozen. Whitley, Henry deiipleazeconiniade in a rce, but not Williaras, Mary S. Miss The American Pom,misfiiqn, under the a race Tecord, that belonging only to a Persons calling for aboro letters will vfee rijpai snianl, is uiuking an overland liorse winning a race. " 'please say "advertised." journey1 through Ctiiua, and reports 3. That when a race is ended by rain J, M. Wilus, jrreat goo4 resulting to the missionaries or darkness before three heats are ..won Post M astir A line of steamers it to le eitablished by any one horse, the horse seenrinv ln'tWeen Russia and Alaska. first money be given a record just the BIG LAND SALE IN WASHINGTON J u dear (Anderson decided at Nashville' same, as if the race had been concluded by COUNTY. that tlie "no fence'' law, passed by tho his winning three heats egislution, When in such shortened races two CaptT. I). English, Tennesee Iegislature, auctioneer.conducteil divide first and second money, a big land sale for T. S Gnmdy, therefore JinconKtitutional of Val The Jree silver men populists ancf re-- eachJbe given the record made in the ey Hill, Washington county, Saturday 'finblicans in Alabama, have.cololidated race, provided it is lower than the one The land is located on the Bloomfield pike, previously held by aiich horse. and will Tuiminatea state ticket. five miles from Sprinsfield. One bony of 5. For horses other than the winner four hundred acres without improve Secrptar an 1 MncOInry Rave a din- -' of the race, strike an average and awatd 'nenle, was sold to John Barbour, of Tier ta die ?reider.t and cabinet last second, third and fourth money to the Springfield, for 20,50 , Tnewlnv prcre, and H v.- - borees having the best averages. Thw- hundred acres, with imjrovem(;nt, were Tlie Lnn'rdH'jwwnoirp orrhins Kinj; lilan 1 favored because it wjll kcepak b night by JlrevT. S. Gruqdy at $30.23 W IkJwyu'bTijsjiitriit A bis position on iirivers onsv raring, hs nniier it a nitc- - per acre. ' . tn- vfii .VJissn qiteVtlon- can not land twice and lenthl 4IiHvn"'i4 Seilielg. of MiraiRMpni, f once, for then he will not. 1 m wll r The "United State CioverntBent de r.yv-i- n of the-J--t Justice I:..nar, and r8lhSs ui:tn Vbo liustlea all the tune nmt mands of Turlcey; a $)p,O0OTndeinily, rfj ijp!it, to u Iorw'in po finisi.fja fourth ync ami thin' twice. lor the buiisnHf of tb APjerican-Missio- n liiifMlfeM - f. i. 11.1. .. . , 1. .w f ta. ten. ,..ft In uu T j. 3. cjuilding, at KlarjHW A the New York law ver committed suicide wa-1,01- 0 By reason of the decision of the appellate In the haute tax caaes, tha state has In other words, been materially relieved. nstead of 43K cants the payment ef 7 $100 Into the state treasury on tha has largely auemented the revouue. This. Mr. and Mre. Siiaa Baxter entertained howover, will add te the burden of many the dancing people of this community oountles end elt.es which willofnow be com-In taxation their rats held pelled toto lzcreate the losios they have susThursday evening. Tepd-hrsupplement order by reason of the fact that the bnoVi supreme sway, with only time interpos tained of large xneaiure, ingformoslexcellent refreshments, pecu- have. In a municipal taxes. been relieved county and liar to the hostess, ability Bat notwithstanding this relief to the state. It will be seen that Its financial condition Is Mii-- s Khzalietli Baldwin returned to not at all satltfactory. Auditor Norman Informs me that nt the end WinrliPMcr Monday after a fortnight's of the flsral year. June SO, I89V there was a stay at her home here. deficit In ths treasury of MI.90 I7rnnd 77 to the credit of the school fund. On the Miss Mollie Williams gave a "Tacky 31st of December. 1MV thU deficit Is said to Mask Party" to a coterie of her friends hove been Jl?3s. There was at that dats In the rleklng fund, set pprt, howaturdav eve. An old fashioned good ever. o pay military bonds and interest then repoited. lime due. 'Ihe sheriff had paid in all tuxe-- due trie state except tS.Wi owing by the sheriff of Mikh Betheuia and Faris McCord en Brackea aounty. tered school at Richmond last Monday, There will bo due the common school teachremaining during this the former on the Hill ihe latter at Cen- erswages, about month tie The amount of untiOO.coi of tral University. The amount of paid warrants la :M.StS X and allowed Is etlmated Rev. W. F. Wyatt filled the pulpit at claims filed Is also due the charitable at InstituThere quarter I1IS.O00. and the Pace's Chapel Sunday morning. tions for the 1 farther sum of !K WJ on appropriations to enMr Win. Brumback, a very old man large their buildings. Warrants have been Issued to the state ofof this placa, has pneumonia from ficials for salaries, but the amount unpaid la which he is recovering. not stated. Thsse, however, are embraced In the The Misses Shearer and Miss Prewitt, theseunpaid Iswarrants mentioned. Besides there" a considerable amonnt due on of Winchester, are visiting Hattie Hugue-l- y claims allowed, but not yet presented to the auditor. and other relatives in these parts. The Indebtedness above named is in addition to ths bonded Indebtedness of the state, Mre. Filmore Richards has been aeri as follows, as shown by the auditor's report at ou'ly ill but improving. the end of the fiscal year 1831. page.Ufl: .7 000 00 Mr. and Airs Ernest Parrish wish to Military bonds BOo.OOO 00 Certificates of Indebtedness . cknow ledge the receipt of a new year's Railroad script, post due .. t39I M soonoo Thirty year issue. 18Ji. gift in the form of a chorub girl. 6.394 00 1.000 00 Also old Issue. 1811 to 18(6 Mrs. Susan Brorkman, w ho has visited (The last named bonds supposed to bo lost or destroyed.) her people hero for the last month will Bonds held by . the board of educashortly return to her home in Centralia, t,Slr,!B8 18 tion Mo., accompanied by Jacob Baxter ,9.9e0 16 Total Indebtedness The resources cf the sinking fund in said report are estimated at t70t.6es.91. interest Is payable upon the school bonds held by the board of education, but the state will not be called upon to pay the Born to the w ife of Tlios. Hill the 9th principal The certificates of Indebtedness draw Interest, but the principal does not tall inst a due until 8C4. Things sold well at thesile of Ffunry As already stated, the amount In the sinking Willifoid. 25 bis, of Corn sold for $1.32 fund will be paid on the military bonds. It Is manifest that steps must be taken to per bai rel. liquidate debts now due. for the credit of the hazards. As If ughie, the little son of Sam Conn 's state mutt be maintained at all and revenues to what the estimated expenses ill with pneumonia and brain fever. of the present fiscal year may be I do cot veiy fear, however that the present tax Wm. aud George Burick who have knowwillI not prove sufficient to meet current rato been very low with pneumonia are con- expenses but as I h&vo not its necessary data before me, 1 oan no. speak with any degree valescing. of certainty. I shall recommend certain Geo. I'urkey made a flying visit to Big reforms, which. If adopted, will. In my judgment curtail expenses and increase the reveHill Friday. nue. Some of these, however, can not be Died on the 8 inst Caleb Guinn age 75 made effective for some time to come, others may prove beneficial during the present veare. "Uncle Cale" has alwavs been a year. I submit to yomr wisdom on full Information, 'Taight-u- p honest and industrious man after Inspection of auditor's report (whlcn and a well to do farmer. should be obtained at as early n date as possible) and a elose scrutiny all Died on the 9 inet Sallie King, aged ings, whether or not theof ratethe surroundof taxation about S5 jears. She was the wife of J should be lnareasad, or what ahould be done to payment of accrued lndebtednesa provide N. King, she leaves a husband and flv As stated, some ef the remedies recommended mar not be put Into spaedy operation children. A baby only 4 months old. beoauae of the fast that they can not become Geo. A. Carter is afflicted vv iih a poly available until the present terms of those In office have expired, but that turnUhes no reains grow iug in his new. son why they should not be adopted so that Day's little boy is very ill with they may prove of benefit in the future to the enormous The message calls 'ever. expense to the stats of criminal prosecutions, and reoommends that Jurisdiction of prosecutions, when the maximum of flee is under toOO.or maximum of Imprisonment Is under one year, be transferred to the Judgss of quarterly The free re is injuring the wheat con courts and the concurrent jurisdiction vt justices and police judges with said court to siderably try misdemeanors as now fixed by lav.-- (the Next Sunday is the regular a foi' trials to be had under warrants). The Indiscriminate summoning of witnesses preai hing here by Rev. Parsons. and the expense of examining courts aro also criticised. The message oontlnues: Married, nt the resilience of the bride The chief source of expense, however, is mother, Mrs. Lafavette Wahor, her found In hung juries and repeated trtalt. In every lnstan'ce daughter, Arnielly, to David Lay, on nearly In determining this results from the extent of punishWednesday last. Rev. J. W. Crow ofli ment. In the federal and many state court of the union It has proven quite efficacious, iating. while having the jury to pass on guilt and Its Died, on the last clay of December. degree, to ciothe the Judge with power to fix the punishment Doubtless the adoption of IS"5, Mre Kobt. Garrett, Bmied in this rulo In Kentucky would save the state cemetery thousands of dollars, and at the same time result In more speedy punishment of criminals. The .Sunday School at Speedwell, The abolition of the office of commonwealth's attorney was unquestionably coniempKted by rowing. the f rimers of the constitution. In my JudgMarion Hill was at Panola. Monday, ment this o ffice should be abollshd. In many of the states of th? union the office does cot ironi aw av out on Red Lick. Hecarrie exist, and the laws In such states nre equally us usual shinny smile Come again. well administered as those where it does exist. By placing in the hands of the county attorney all prosecutions, and giving him a fair percentage on fines and forfeitures. In addition to allewanees made by the counties, the office would be more desirable and be sought by a Remaining unclaimed in the Poet-o- f good olass of aompetent lawyers. I do cot mean by this to Insinuate that sueh offices are lice at Richmond, Ky., for the week end not now filled by competent gentlemen, but ug January 1 1806. that men of larger experience, who. In many Instances, cu not now afford to take the place, A would readily accept It on account of tha inA they, Jnhu creased salary. Allen, Maud The office of the register of the land office Armstrong, Bessie has for years been & source of expense, without corresponding benefit to the state. The B' constitution clearly contemplated Its boll-tioUa ber, Jessie W. Broaddus, Fannie and 1 trust you mar see fit to abolish It at this session, placing the bookb and papers Burgiii) Henry of the office in the hands of tha auditor or secretary of state, after the expiration of tha present term, and providing one clerk to look Ctlhoun, J. C. after the discharge of Its du'les And in this connection your attention Is called E to the fact that patents are being constantly Issued for the land already apElkin, R. T. propriated. The effect of this is to cloud II titles and lessen the value of real estate. It is suggested that you may require every prson Harris, Ophelia Heckman, Avery asking for a surrey and warrant to notify the ccunty procession? rs. and have them give noJ' tice to all persons who have lands adjoining the land sought to be appropriated, and all lones, A. R. Rev. others who are known to them to hsvo any M claim upon the adjoining lands, or that sought king the surto b patented, at the time of Jay EixEss. tTT ourt Brookslown. s J1.S.C-8T.9- ona-flf- th 1 P,-(XX- Wallaccton ttt Semi-annu- al iS-u- att-ntl- Ttt Panola. ty ing to furnish firearms as premiums. A fee of two dollars might be charged for each commission lsued to an officer. The tar on deeds and mortgages should be regulated aceordlng to the value cf the property mortgaged or conveyed, not less than 25 cents and cot more than two dollars. Thero Is no reason why a mortgtge or deed for $100 worth of property should be tuxed as much as one for Jl U00 worth of property. It Is believed that a carefully considered bill, along the line indicated, woul preduce tho needful amount ef tevenuo. These additional taxes may be readily repealed In tuo vent that the reforms suggested, together with those that may occur to you, should materially lessen expenses. It Is suggested that the SOI Idle convicts In the penitentiary might be employed in building new capital buildings, and that a new mansion should alo be erected. Tor many years mere ohlldren have been eontlned in the penitentiary, and a number nre now confined there, despite tho fact that many have been pardoned by tho various rovernora on account of their extreme youthfulness- These children have been, and are now being associated with old and hardened malefacturs, and doubtless many who might have been reformed have become the most accomplished criminals by reason of superior advantages and training In the penitentiary. It, is respectfully recommended that the d Institute be abolished and the inmates returned as lunatics, or returned under the present statutes to thctj friends or to the counties from which they catno and thst the bulldlccs be turned Into a house of reform, and such changes, together with regulations enacted for Its management as you may consider best The prevalence of mob violence in Kentucky is deplorable. I suggest that a statute be enacted providing severe penalties against all persons who, directly or Indirectly, by word or act, enoourage such atrocities. D Freedom ot speech and of the press docs cot Imply unbridled license. The right to endorse violations of law and encourage crime does not exist nnywhere in good government. The press cf the United States is denouncing in unmeasured terms the late crimes committed In Marion county, and we can not hope to atg people to and tract the state if such Inhuman practlcos go unpunished. Thst tho present law in the United States concerning Immigration should be carefully remodeled, and the tide of worthless and dangerous people Hooding our shores bo stayed. men. Is admitted by all It might be of benefit if your honorable body would request our senators and representatives in congress to take some steps to remedy this evil Section 4 artiole 3. chapter 103 ot the general statutes, provides that "a commitot both composed ot members tee within ten houses Bhall be appointed days nlttr the organization of the general assembly at every regu ar session thereof, whose duty it shall he personally to examine into the treasury examine all papers or vouchers upon which money has teen paid for each ot tho preceding two years, ascertain the amount ot money paid into and paid out ot the treasury, and the amount of public money on hand," etc. The same section requires tee auditor s offloe to be investignted. Ihtfc seems to have been omitted from the Kentucky statutes, but is yet in force, as those !t.itutes have not been adopted as containing all the law of the state Gov. Buckncr called attention- - to the fact ..hit thlsstauto had beeu oterooked and requested that all the stale offices should be carefully inspectod.ind reported upon. I likewise rail rour attention tc this statute, and repeat his recommendation. I am Informed tnat in September. 1895 J A. Tompkins, who was one of the posse ot Deputy United States Marshal Sloan, killed Ijichard Lawrence in Clinton county, Kentucky, and was at the October term of the Cincinnati circuit court Indicted for murder lam also informed that su- h killing wss not done while Tompkins was in the discharge of his duty as a member of the posse. I recommend that you immediatolv enact a If w such as will cover this and all simillar eases that have arisen or rray arise, enabling- the commonwealth to protect her citizens through her cwn courts. There is a remarkably larger percentage, of in from some localities lunatics the state than from others, so much so as to awake the suspicion that there are pos.ibly many confined ho are not lunatic, but who under the statutesare idiots and are not dangerous or uncontrollable. The law regarding Inspection in this respect seems definite, but your attention Is called to the subject for such Investigation and further legislation as you may deem propar Gov Biadier f.ays the present ballot system Is a great improvement but contains many Imperfections, undjcalls attention to some ol them. It is said that Kentucky pays twice as mucn for school books as States north ot us If this be true such laws should be enacted as will remedy It It uniformity In text bcoks should be required the prices should bj necessarily reduced. It is respectfully recommended tint tho Feeble lnded Institute be abolished, and the inmates returned as lunatics are returned under the present statutes to their friends or to the counties from which they cr.rne. and that the buildings bo turned into a house of Feeble-mindepeace-lovinsober-thinki- DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY ML- - '"mBMWmWi Is offorrd YEAR for OVE DOLLAR. All new subscribers can have it at that price by paying S L00 in advance. All subscribers who are in arrears can pay up to date at the old rate and get the OSTE LIM "Foranother year. All subscribers who are paid in advance can add another year to their time by paying another dollar- - Climax and ..WEEKLY One year for SL35 Climax and thrice-a-wee- k ENQ UIRER.. Courier-Journ- one year for$1.50; Climax New York World, SLT0. al a i. -.: LE3TOP LETTERS n. rey. a -- " -- isc-las- s t.4. -- ... i nn sec-on- t.w i- -- ft largo sum of monev The benoflt. If any, derived fa very slight As to the grain inspector and weigher. If necessary the power to appoint might bo lodged with some st.te offi ce An amendment should be proposed to the constitution for the abolishment of this unnecessary state appendage The board of equalization, tn my Judgment, has proven an affliction. The selection of men in distant portioi.8 of the state to pasa upon the value of property already swore to br the party assessed, rrrtlfled by the assessor and revised by the county supervisors of the locality where It is nltJated.enn not be otherwise than uncertain and unjust. It is suggested that the revenue or auditor's egent, whose duties and compensation have recently been regulated by law tn such way as to make them an advantage to the lte, be required to look carefully lata the list of assessed property after the meeting of the supervisors and take sueh steps as they deem necessary, by action or prosecution, to discover anr property not listed, and where property has been assessed at less than its value at a fair voluntary sale, to Institute such proceeding as may be necessary to recover the taxes properly comltg to the rtato, together with a certain per cent by way of compensation to the tcent The auditor's sgent ahould be an attorney at law. or. if not, should be compelled to employ an attorney and compensate hln out of his per cent, for his services. Ho recommends that the circuit courts be lG;:ind and expenses lessened by Jurisdiction in prosecutions whore the maximum fine is under 400 or imprisonment under one year, being transferred to the judges of quarterly courts and the concurrent jurisdiction of Jus-- " tlces and police Judges, with said court to try misdemeanor as cow fixed br law The en-tmnt of a law Is recommended requiring an affidavit to be made, plainly showing that tht offense charged Is grand larceny, before any order of arrest or subpoenas are Issued. Section IK, Kentucky stuutes. requSrea the attorner general to larcstlgate ah unsatlified claims, demands and judgments in favor of the commonwealth, and confers upon htm the right to employ attorneys to prosecute the same, the attorneys thus explored to be paid ' by the mate. Thi employment should not ba permitted un ess th&att rney ccncral in aeh instance makes affidavit that he is unabie to give the cose personal .stunt toe by reason of sickness or press of business. Thero seems to be no limit fixed bytavto the compensation of county attorneys. Aslda-fro- al counties containing i3itie? this may, not be aecesjpary. but there should be a limit la ail ihe counties-l- which thre are '.tie. the aeeae crjttlrd etese. At tfc ooaelustoB of our etrii wr. while ifokl hM selllng.at a lwe ?&U3?tiie salarUs of jjro-Tld- cd The commissioner of agriculture and the agricultural bureau cost the state annually a Of late numerous untruthful stories concerning the commission of crime in Kentucky have been given currency by unprincipled correspondents, ell to the great detriment of the state. I recommend, in order to restrain thse Irresponsible persons, that a liw should ba passed providing severe punishment of all persons who willfully state, delis er or transmit to any manager, editor, publlher reporter or other employe of any periodical or serial, William O. Bbailet. any falsehood concerning any perion, corporaGovernor of Kentucky, tion or community. Aa gPAKixa tubes aro found not to The message refers to the 'iniquitous practices" of gerrymandering, and aft.er work on the English warships, owinjf quoting the provisions of the com tltutlon. conto tho Tattling of the machinery, tho tinues: admiralty has determined to try teleprescribed are plain. Was the phones. The ru'es present apportionment made within these rules, er as nearly so as practicable? If so, IrfQUANTITY. tho constitution has been complijd with, and ,!OST mm r - s. . rt rjv -BEST IN OlMLITcm m no other apportionment can lie had for years after these ten were made. If. on the other hand, ths coni tltutlon has been disregarded, no apportionment has been made, for thrt which Is unconstitutional is of no effect. The authority, it is true, was given to bo exercised at tho ttmo mentioned, but not prohibited from being exerciser thereafter. a It lot any reason It was nqt then exercised, or if exercised, so done In violation c f the organio law, the renernl assembly now htis the right, and it is Its duty to exercise it in proper way. 4 To make n row apportionment fippllcable to FOR PO YEARS persons now holding office ould produce conV Has Jod nil W05M Remedies injury, nnd therofore any new ap- g EVERY tusion and BOTTLE GLVtBAHTEED. h portionment bill should not take effect until f-after the expiration of the terms nf those now A ., in office. I'oubtless If this 1; not done the courts mntiRnsn strict-ist. ions. will be called upon to pass on tie question, and far more trouble and confuslo a result than It the natter be now properly adjtstcd. It may be xnld that If the apportionment is void, the legal body. present general assembly la not This argument can cot be sustained bee 4Use It government would produce anarchy. has the inherent right to maintain its existence, otherwise there could be no government. The general assembly, upen whom was devolved this important trust, h.ts ceased to exist and can cot be called Into life. The present general assembly, therefore if an unconstitutional apportionment hat been made, should correot the ovll in the Interest of good government. First, as to the appellate dlstnqts. it will be seen that, according to tho census of 1890 under whlrh they were created, their population and area is ns follows:. , Area Population. Sq. miles District. si . . are glea one representatlve.'whlle the countv of Jess mine, with a population of 11.218 and an a ea of 16! square miles Is recorded ths same representation. The counties of Whitley and Knox, with fa population of 31,252. are allowed one representative, while the county ot Woodford, with a population ot 13 380 and an area of 217 square miles. Is given the sama prlvll'go. The counties of Laurel and Rockcastle with a population of 1,558 and an area of 730 square miles, have one representative, while tha county cf Anderson, with 10 CIO population nnd an area of VO0 square miles is accorded tha same representation The counties of Breathitt. Lee and Magoffin with a population of and n area ot 978 squara miles, have one representative, while the county of liracken with a population ot 13.309, and an area of --V3 square miles, has the same representation. a population The county of Christian, of 34,113, and an area of 7e8 square miles, has one representative, while the oountles ot Daviess, with a population of 83,110 and covering 110 square miles, and Warren, with a population of U,ls8 and covering (30 (square ml es, have two representatives each. The ccunty of Pulaski, with a population of 35,731 and aq area of 870 square milea. is allowed one member, whl o the county of Meade, with population of i ISC, and 333 square mlies has tha sama representation. I call Ihe attention of your honorable body to this plain and inexcusable violation of tha constitution, this inequality and injustice in representation with the hope that ou will Mkc such steps as the gravity of the questtoi demands. I speak in no partisan spirit but only In ceholf of cons ltutlonal freedom and equality, asking that no advantago be given ny section or party, but that a fair and just apportionment be made, to take effect uroo. the expiration of the terms of the present incumbents. There could be no moro fitting and proper time to do this than the present whio each party has a majority in one branch of tha general assembly, and may act as j check In the other If not udju.led new. the time may come when both ho ies may be under the control of a different pirty to that whleh made the present apportionment, and when party spirit may cause a apportionment to bo attempted and possibi7 effected, though I promise now. if I am fien the chief executh e of this ststs, it shall not be done with my consent or sppiovsL And now. in conclusion, allow me tc Indulge tho hope, as I entertain the that we may work together harmoniously for the genenl welfare of the State, that nt the exp'rmion ot this sess'on much good shall hate been accomplished for the commonwealth and that each and allot you, after jour pleasant sojourn at tho capital, may be spared to return to you- - respective homes and that prosperity and happiness may attend you through life. I am, with great respect. s pi-tls- tAJtwioaiuu ul9,:it. and an area ot C00 square milts la accorded the same privilege The Lawrence, with counties of Doyd and an 31.7 3 and of population a square miles area of nix hundred and fittj-fiv- e I 13 1 1 U! I J llMHW-'f- -' .rgaW3g-444- jjg, - I SEW YORK LIFE, Assets, Surplus, S162,000,000 1 SLAUGHTER f t K pp 1 xfO p?s. pi S20,ooo,ooo.j Politics Written. 13- i I'oms oi -- - g Ba w r-- $ yr ' m "v. , (II E F fi f CF.1 Everything in our Store, consisting of a WHATI Tiie Great Enquirer ONLY CLOTHING-DRY GOODS, and SHOES Will be sold strictly at COST from now until Jantmrr 1. 180fi, to mak room for our Sprmir Ooods and gn 8 us a rhnni to remodel our atora y 50 CTS. A YEAR? YES I And any one sending two yearly subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a nthni "- -- KLt N Free Copy One Year. An paper and 9 long columns to a page, makes it the 210 Main SI root. Ohl Bronslon Stnml. J. G. MILLER, MAN'GR. t2MSE3ESSS M Largest in Size ! Cheapest in Price! 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O.&T P to and from Cincinnati Youcan jpe id five hours in Louisville, about su hours in Cinci iiti it i hours in Lexintnn anc eturn to Richmond at 3:30 p.m. , For through rates ami utiicr information l tnv ticket aeeut or addiess -- oFrajjfc. Lcsli5.3 fi&Vfc-fPcffS- ? feaa i i fflUXrMlSSKSBm?' 1 t j:tt Henderson, 3. Gum, s , Madison-Cihc- i Office on Irvine street OPPOSITE THE! .Against Ac., Deft'ts. IT 4354 7.6E3 Court. rt. a - th tfeflUr-- A state cszVsMsMMtcet BMrir'n luwt: i ntdMLiftiHfrMA tact MM Hilt on Lovvet nce guaranteed oil application and population" was not obeyed. fore But Improper as this apportionment Is sho n and will compete with any col in tne to be. there is anotner fact connea ted with cirmarket. cuit apportionment Infinitely morl to. Section 138. constitution, declares, "each county having a city of -- 0 000 inhabitants, nnd Or same will be barred. & population, including said cltj, cf 40,000 or moro, may constitute a district, etc Ths manifest meaning of the section its. that the county must have a population ot j ht least 40 1 000. or it can not be made a district: and not CO. even then, unless tho county contains a city cf 1 10.000 population. j Tho Unltfd Mates census of 189( shows that Fayette couctyhad a population if yet In tho face of this, the district was! established. American In order to carry out the intent of j the organio law, when tho legislature regulated salaries. ftIV1 In districts contemplated by (Motion I S,' supn, they placed tho limit of tba compensation ot sheriffs slid circuit Wm. Ha'.Tis'Ex'. PlfT-j.-, fADISON' court clerks at not excjiedlng fl-CC'lKOJIT annually, payment of depeftrand Wm jft'Kij ih Dov'h uties, assistants ol onirr. ex)nses office. Subiequbnt to the ennotnientof this n w 0 m OAVEATK- All p Bfln havinrrrlai'MH airainst thn statute a rule was issued by tile common, IB T Ki ft TXACB MXKTR. wealth against the sheriff and county clerk ot fit.lti of rt'in Unrr.s.ICi.M.nn horuliv DESICM PATENTS, J Jtyotte county to show cause!) why they I10tlfiHl t I file thns-nilegally, witlt the -- n. COPYRIGHTS. Vaould not name their deputirsjio that tha underaiK! eu, en oriM-ioijaionjuKKHianairee uanaooocwriro to t Judsre might fix their salaries pur j ban t to tha MUHJt It C- S61 BaoIwT. Nnr YoC i a statnte (tec tlon 1778) They rtjlpondcd by Oldest InraartorpatenU la America. Ercrypabrat taken oat by nate brought btitom stating that Fayette county had 3 J ver had as tho pacllq by a cctiee siren frea or charge ia taa Such, as ).000 population. Ttij averment was net ind could sot hare beejj.truthtullj J orjsatne till le barred. " If denied. Tie three countls;of CUy,, Jlieksos ii Ows3y. with a pcpu.atlcs of Jwa. aadcj Li; area of J.MR square miles. ar gfre oaoTepre- - . mas ahouU be vitiwwi venlatfTO, while th coualy of Tiwj wgk, AtUrua. XWftCZUebZ s aL 3jarrl. m. h4L P HL having claims njiainst the The more statement of populatif n and area estate of Mis Eva (Junn, deceased are plainly shows that In apportioning; these districts the constitutional regulatlot "that due herehy notified to file- the fume, legally regard should be had to territory, business veriied, tt ith tho undemgued, on or be' All persons - raicncmMin. 8LUE GRASS ROUTE torttat and Quickest Route rroni Centra Kentucky to All Points North. South, and South-wes- t. Through daily train Kryice between Cincinnati. MiddlesHorough, lyy.,-anKnoxvillp. 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UorblnJ ait. coroiii. a 53 X IltlSpm tOiot. iceio am a:o5PT, 8:10 pm No. 4. ....,.- - hi j GO a m 7JS-S1- am .3"op-i- r THE CLIMAX, RICHMOND, KY ,' i35 a m p 9 50 IB , ,, art. I, s - tt:oaTn a:ooam tiJ4nm Si9ta QMin ) iiSJSPm 6. warn m 7" ji rr. wsnr4tY,er . iiUvUMU C -- wli . s 1 J. ? tltcin , MD an v.am lotja. Vis mr. . m Jinn ujSia :ts a m 451s u 1! UmMtstKytheBestCkibOffsrs cy A v or IliiuuTareU ftliii a? m. ! N -- J(i'itica HOI I notrjtM scon; a f.js it i 33ppt x'l MW. IJVRIBHIA raiiiMHtli 1'IHla . tri m ratii lmiii . XCfL 7.3iam "rcf KV - V 'crux Mia 'A ,-- o- 33 r ' G : vr-- L F V.i K- FJf'sP r--v ' mil 4fb3fW&MEflEHJji3 - i'-- ., t? THE CLIMAX. HSEDAY, ad of the bis s J' JAJJ. lo, 16. 11 Hood's Pills for the liver and bowels o.io night. Iat week, rhe Captain was act promptly, easily and effectively. t nearly C,000. . REWA.BLB Miss Padie Gentry Rales, adopted Tbe 44 acre tract wild to M. C Coving e pial to Iheemetgency and a good supper daugnter of will be mar Natioual Bunk Dirrrtorx. yet lo be a -A genuine ghost story has was ready Dancing anil cards were t n at $55 an acre or $2,420. , riedto.Mr. H. G McElwain, of Bowling tested; but not so agennine blood purifier Election of bnk direit r. yesterday, put of the program Don't foroet that tbe UuKti lias re-- u Good crowd. B. F. Tevis auctioneer. Green, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. resulted as hereunder given: Over and over againrit has --been proved ed acro tbe Jasper K. Smith, of the First PresbyteWill Nut I.Vlurn to Hiiltniotiii. that AVer's Sareaparilia stands alone ,8E(oxn. Down .Smith lu Dixie i ce C. D. Chenaiilt's ad. of farm to sarin among medicine ns the most reliable ot New York, founerly Miss rian church, is the minister. A reception Mrs. Hall, J. Stone Walker. W. T. Tevis, J. II. . near Red House. Dr. L, J. Frozee has returned from a Fanine Freeman, who bought the Mor- was giv- e- last evening from 8 to 12. The ' tonic alterative in pharmacy. It sood Wr. Irvine, Dttvid Chenault, MOST PERFECT MADE. sucoes-fhunt at Ukolona, Miss. He ris Eanc residence on 5th street for $2 , bride is a pretty young girl and wins a Powell, D. World's Fair. A pure Craps Cream ot Tartar Powder. IVrrv & Rroaildns have removed iMgue E. D. Ballard, Jno. B. Cheuault. Ffl alone at the nice young uiath a hundred birds; also visited reht 000 at Commissioner's de, will not re iom Ammonia, Alum or any other aduICcranii i meat sliop from B. to Irvine street. Mother The Mndt-rKtcnio.n. tivas at his old home. The lias turn to Richmond, Sfg She held a fin-- t A.0 YEARS THE STANDARD. The .Swallows lluuiiwaid Fir. Has found that her litteones arc improvW. Caperton, I. Shelby Irvine, C. i. tirn;e W BHin,the temperance a brother with whom he served in the. mortintjw on the property and bid the J -E. M Huguely Temoved to Wind e C." French, ed more by the pleasant utx.itiveyrGpof army.- - Subsequently the amount of the debt. It ost hs not 'born in MadibOii Confederate mt, Juice tbe tersome mouths ago and embarked in L. Seatcy, S.Jl. Phelps, W. XXSuui4EBHHS3HHHHHK Few people know that all plants con-wi- n Figs, when in need of effect G. W. 1'ickeIs.J.S: Boggs. bmihT read lnw, turned Bepuhlican anil t mount. the drug business. He has returned to digestive principles. They cannot of a gentle remedy than by any other, wan Hpp .inte.1 to a Federal judgeship i FAiatERS. Wilkes Baxter has removed hispnint Trim Haunted. Madison and gone to farming near Fox-tow- n absorb' their food until it is digested any and that it is more acceptable to them. t'latjwid blm $8;000 a ear for fifteen D. P. Armer, Jas. Bennett John Ben more than animals can. The Mount tn the old Central Hout-- on lower How strange and how- strong the de Children enjoy it and it benefits them. JVJtra. Ed. Powell, for some time proprietor of nett, C. F. Burnatu, Henley Iladeu, S. Lebanon Shakers have learned the art The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is mansire of a man who has committed a crime Cattlr llnusht. to return to the siene nf that crime, Central House, this place, went to Win S. Parkes, Thos J Smith. lev" 5, o I lie Climax lmsnew two of extracting aud unttlizing these diges- ufactured by the California Fig Syrnp Mr. John B Eiubry lias made some when heescapes before being arrested and chefcter and took charge of a hotel there. JtADISO.S'. - u.ll prejmred to tnw-e- l wth he tive principles, and it is for this reason Co only. He has returned and gone to laruiing larce purchases of cttle in the past ten tried. i W. O. Chenault, Waller Bennett, II. that their Shaker Digestive Cordial is Carelessness in girlhood curses the 1jk. He purchased MOO bead from Marsh In the long ago a peddler was murdered near TJnion City. 3. Dillingham, N. B.,sI)eathcrage, J. W. meeting with such phenominal 8nccens i"r.f lWden, of C U.wwtf. tn Ralti-- . Fatis, greatest suffering and unhappinesn in Verily "theie's no placs like home " Biyle enmity, ami 100 bead of for his money at a cabin on the road in the treatment of dyspepsia. The SinGtbbs,G. B Million, A. R. Bui nam afterlife- - Little irregularities and weakl.it week, his nithor ltftviagdied Kmd A Tenter. Standf 'nl, at 3J cents about halfway between Richmond and aryJ ker Digestive Cordial not only contains Eoard cf TbZ Supervisors Adjourn. hat rltv. nesses in girls should be looked after alM a load from Jack Richardson ami Red House. In Old Plnitliun Tunes The perpetrators escaped. food already digested, but it also conThis hoard, consisting of Sant Oldham, promptly and treatment given at once. ami wife lwve Tiks Metcalfe, this county, at SS SO and After neiulv hal'a frntury an old ivan F Po'k Miller, of Richmond, Va., had it tains digestive principles which aid the Dr. Price's Favorite Prescription James Adams, J B. Parks, I. Shelby . to 'loiiidu-epiHga- t tbe Hiehh home, $4, being extra gMnl onet. Mr. Embry returned t the vicinity and mid he was digestion of other foods that may be y S. I.. Huguely and giod audience at Uie Court House regularity of all feminine functions, n is reeiirdeil as one of tlie safest buyers in the shu er nf tbepddler Nolwylr knew Irvine, Wm Benton, M Main. i'j''.ggg rzi&ur night to hear him pick the banjo eaten with it A single 10 cent simple , and niter' lin- K. B. Deatiieiage, was in session this and tell about tba 'nigger" before the bottles will be sufficient to demonstrate makes strength and builds up a sturdy any thing about tbeia-eJournal. rented her farm. the suite. Mn. arah Black week, adjourning vsterday to reconve- e with which to meet the trials to - n?i3 gering for sevetal weks departed. He and we suggest that every .suf- health r;32SSKMHBB"""E"E"""""""""""""""'"'""''"'"",B" I'nni-Hi- i jrfare, at Dmicitunon, to Thursda of next week lo be in session war. His was the second utertainmcut its value, come. The Favorite Prescription is not This E?lair.s It. said tlie trouble haunted him by day and fering dyspepsia make a trial of it-- Any given by the Richmond A .tltrl 11h kaday. for but days. I hanges made have not of th 3 series 5JK a universal panacea Itis-gooMr. and Mrs. S. H. Thorpe, Sr., by nit-liand he at last determined tn three Associati n. Mr. Miller atypical druggist can supply it. Parties con been gieat or nuuieroue. one thine. It is directed solely at one farm, stock will be pleased to have you - .bilni II. Thorpe w'Jl and stamk-tritt- l, comeback and 6ee if cerned will be duly notified. Thus J. Virginian, which you readily discover Laxol is the best medicine forcbildren. set of organs. r ip near JHOttth ol Drowning Creek witness the marriage that would bring relief. he savs a dozen words. He Doctors recommend it iu place of Castor Berry is clerk of the board. Assessor liefore of their daughter, Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical i'"th. See ad h When Matt F. Waid killed Trof. But Broaddus has evidently done his work said the Virginia slaves were the hap Oil .Sallie ., Adviser, a 100S page medical work, pro!er in Louisville, he went to Europe to piest and most faithful people in exit If tbe CrHtcner correspondent Avill well. "to fiHl fusely illustrated, will be sent free on re break the spell: On his trial one of his tence, and, as a rule, their condition had "I am cured since taking Hood'sSar?a " ke hinwH known, his items will be stamps to cover Mr. R. ceipt of 21 one-ceCobb. attornes, appealinsr to the iuiy. claimed FKKJSUiNAL. not materially improved since theireman-cipatioparilla," is'what many thousands aresij- ii puMisheil. only. Address, World's Dispenat their home, that Ward had already been sorelv punBefore tbe war, a crazv negio ing. It gives renew ed vitality and vigor. postage family have o'clock, p. in., two sary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y Dr McCewan ami l: ished. Said he: "On land .and sea this de5 Miss Belle McDowell is in Washing was rarely if ever known, now the lkafi. 'si Cannot be Cured Thursday, January Kith, 1S00. at tbe Dr. Heath ie ti hoekeepig y fendant's mibfottune has followed him ton. are overrun withthem. The strain Singers, public speakers, actors, auc they cannot me, on North street. In every white-cappewave he saw a Ast;iiuiPiil. of self mniuteiiani'c is ton great- Ilisde-lineatio- by local applications, as tioneers, teachers, preachers, and all Mr. C S. Powell has go e 'o Chicago reach the diseased portion of the tar. charac-eristic- S Jacob and T. B Hackett made assign- winding sheet; in every billowy surge he of their ante-bellu-m and irritate who are liable to over-ta- x on business. I'r Mayor Cidiins and tamily have ments, l:st week, There is only one way to cure deafness, tbe voi-a- l organs, 1ml, in Ayer's Cherry were enttirtainingly. the former to .lames heard a death groan " F.uley ridence. Wcfct mm r m.neI to tbe and that is by constitutional remedies. Mrs Ellen V. Gibson is spending the The Jackson Hustler publishes this reNolan. I, t e latter to J. B. StoufTer Mr Pectoral, a safe, certain, and speedy releaf. Main, having ptircliaKeil it. Attention Col. Tour; p. Ileafness is caused by an inflamed conwinter with relatives hi Meridian, Miss. markable ease: StottfTer says that T. B. owesaboe?5,000 A timely does of this preparation has preCol. Bennett Young'sattentioniscalled dition of the mucous lining of the Eu W. Preston Konis, the versatile Manager Baldwin of the telephone exMr lireen C. It:o, of kstaoido, Tex., ortO.OOO, including endorsements of his vented many a throat trouble. of a number of dailv news- change, has gone to Chicago on business. to the subjoineJ from the Clay I itv stachian Tube., When this tube gets iniiMiiaer oi Watts & Walker's ranch in brother, and has propertv, mostly real rumbling sound of Chronicle. Tbe find is similar to one flamed you have a estate, that cost about $18,000 Jncob papers, furnishes the Hustler' with the r ! couiilv.is hereon Mrs. Dr. C. C. Smith is visiting her made by Col Young in Madison county, imperfect hearing, and when it isentire-follouinu strange account : more, but has much more properly daugidei, Mis. Alma Rogers, at Dayton, ee earl of Mr Grant E Lilly, atti.r--- .t tiwes two years ago The Chronicle says: closed deafness is the result, and An interesting case that will probably Indiana tiianwill be 'to jhij nut. It's law, a competent uihii wno will mm Dr G W. Ewen, of Slade, we learn the inflamation can betaken out and go on tbe Magoffin Circuit Court dot ket dollar fur dollar ami a stood deal left over. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clay will entertain has in nis poses-to- rr a t !i I pnnptly to yowr lmhiuess. an interesting relic this tube restored to normal comlitiou, at tbe next term in February has just Dentiis ZiUie potter at Waco, has asthis being the first anniversary in the slufpeof a skeleton found in a qsve hearing will be destroyed forever; nine -- Burglars come to light by the return of the detriel to bre into the sfe signed, hut his liabilities are not large. SEE THEM I of their marriage in that viciuitv. All the bones are per cases out often are caused bv catatrh .r tin- - K l freight dejiot, this place, last Latkk T. B. Hackett will shortly re- fendant, afieran absence of twenty eight EXAMINE THEM! Miss Mary Neale, of Lexington, is vis- fectlj preserved, the result it is supposed which is nothing but an inflamed coudi-tio- n w eiineNiUy night, but faiktl. call bis assignment, having arranged to years. '1 because is that of the Common PURCHASE THEM I of the mucous surfaces wealth vs. William Minix, for the killing iting her brother, Mr. B. Howard Neale, of the nitrate of potash (saltpetre) witli Mis Rolii. Hagan, nee Ellemore, has do nj. SfrSJ T for We will give one hundred dollars which the cave abounds. The most inof William Ward with a toe kettle in and other relatives. n.ived frHii KirksviHe virinitv ttlhe Cliil:i2.j: Higher. 3jr fact iu connection with it is, an any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) County Clerk Vernon L. Vaughn, of teresting ibis town manv years ago. !I UiIIm reideiH-e- . on North fctreel Hall's Catarrh Fount Rice, Jr., returned from Atlanta, Minix left immediately after the ki'' Irvine, was here yesterday ami dropped Indian flntor spear winch is imbed ed in that cannot be cured bv Sfr wn t ? thigh bone tit i'e junction with tbe Cure- - Send for circulars, free. .(Hark and Miss Marj' last week, and made a brief tta with his iug, after being indicted, for Missoi ri, in on the Climax at its new abode. s m Mr. Jessie BDfS F. J. Cheney, Toledo, 0 married by ptrents, Mr. and Mis. Fount Rice out on settling in Butler, Bates count), where Adams, of Berea-wer-e who has been vis body. The instrument was a long one. .iwn Miss Clara Mershon Hart's Fork, this county. Mr. Rtce.be he at once read law ual was adii.i ted toH It .Hire Armer on the Sth of this mouth tting Miss Annie Mershon, has returned and from its location and appearance had gSrSold by druggists, 75c gan aschainuian of the engineei's corps IS YOUR OLD GOLD AND SIL LR. been shot into the b"dy when alive and the bar, sailing under the alias of R. T o her home at Stanford, much to the re , . "-Free, Free, Freel .li.lm IIWc will on .lanuary 21st of the R N. I. & B., with which he re- Burns, had been permitted to remain until the lie enjoel a good jiracl v crretof In r many Iriends here. .. -- tax, at liisfannSl mitesoiit on 4 mi c mained three vears. He went to Miss bone had grov;n over on the outside. m Given away for a few days only, comfor awhile 'hutafter borne reverse he toi-Mrs. J. W. Shearer spent bust week with Tbe point o' Hint projected on the it side, mencing Saturday, Dec. 2Stb and J an nary ad -- ell 76 cattle, some bogs, lwy, isMjipi and secured a better position in Hi HI tO the ptllplt. , ,., rHMfrHJaraiJ SfrHJSfrHJB rSJMrrtlafrli , irilnmw Stnonpr r.f Alfililtrlv. and by cutting away a portion of the ... rn At . the Go eminent service on tbe levee ..w..... : T, "'" a anHiHnniJsj 10,000 boxes, each containing one 4th, iteiiiorbt; is sup o ed to lave overj r-freJtaJISHt! ' -, sjSjMuIJMp1? Madison county, who was paralyzed re-- i bne the shape and li'.e of the instrU work Thence to Atlanta wheie be was (.il-o- n Gi'l, wIm) liviil here-iboweek's treatment of Wright's Celery him, and tor many vear. it has tiken . ,n twenty years ago, writes from .Isf Road Master of the Consolidated Street been his desire to return to his native i centiy Winchester Democrat. tnent is plainly discemable. Capsules at T. S. Hasan's drug store. Railroad Co. He now goes to the City . hi, Mr. A. D. Mil'er, who has been bo- -' That the owner of the skeleton was a Any person afflicted with Liver, Kidney XT Oklahoma, to have the Cijxax county to spend the e t of bis life, and -- i"35 i of Mexico where he wid have charge, as Tennessee, the cotemporary of the aborigines of this or Stomach Complaints, Rheunistism. t to linn. if iieiesaary to stand trial for the charge joutning in Memphis, I Division Suieriiitenleut of 150 miles of 1"' pist beveral months, has returned and is part f the country is very evident Sick Headaches, Dyspepsia, Constipation, which his been against him for so in. ny ofthefirmofN. B. tlie Mexican National Railway. His Elmer now a valued acquisition of the Climax. one of tbe Imxes free. Parties years. Daring his t e case wjis Louis H. Lardman, M. D., oculist at d can get Foreign wd Amsricaa Martle Deatbinige A Cti., ami wife, have gone is2SCa)le IV Orteja, L ityof Mexico Miss Cary Rice delightfully entertainliving out of tbe city can get them free biiiM-keeiiiat the Pickelu cottage He is now picking oranges and straw tiled away, subject to r - iocke'. for trial, ed her numerous friends Friday after optician, of No. 411 W Ninth St., C SOLD IN I. Wright Med. Co., which can be done by the Comi on C Miati, Ohio, will be at the Wi is by addressing The AND GRANITE MONUMENTS in .Jrd sireet. berries n on, at tbe Uotne of her parents, O. RICHMOND. 11 me, Richmond, Ky., on Thursday, Columbus, wealth's Attori.ey or Trustee of the juiy Mrs Sam Rice, on Sec- of Danville, and Rev. Luther Pcioggs Tombs, Tablets, January loth, IS90, one day only. It. L. & X. cnirials Dcli-lit- id Willi tlie Xnv fund. occasion being tbe 5th an BV will pieach in the Second l'resbteriau IIkadstosks, Urss, Minix is fifty two years old, broken 0 d street, the Biiihlitig in Uirliiiioiid The U. S. llimt . of her birth. t lion- i liicrniiii:. Jan lStb, t down in health with chronic diarrhoea, niversory Statuary, co Show Royal Baking Powder Paijis, Ky.. January 13, '90. tin- usual hour. Madame Pauline Bredelli. who left this Superior to all others Messrs. Douglass and Tur ami the people here have no desire to Genttemkn city for Atlanta.'Ga; is now in New Or FINS WORK A SPECIALIL on prosecute lutu vigorously. Soon after 1 carpenters Dok IVJarneit who ecapetl from pin, contracting ans. Madame Bredelli has been quite the killing he went to Owsley conn y, When most needed it is not unusual for a year ago, was located tlie liaiu Richmond depot: t successful in the South, and has a large Stove was sold to Your Trade Solicited., The Sixty-dixtyour family physician to be away from N'ichwlfctle, last week by Jailer careful observer of ami from there to Missouri. He mai-ri- ed I have been a twice in Missouri, but is now a witl circle of friends in both of the Southern of Mr. W age s and is now bck in jail. home. Such was the experience your noik under above contract, and B. W. SMITH. Work delivered to any part of t.10 Louisville Times. having seen it in all its various degrees ower. Jack Bas and Janes Williams cities. Loyd, principal of Madison Tnsti-....- .. J. Y. Schenck, editor of theCaddo, Indifor Designs arid State. Fri lay night's file was at Mrs. Con. Miss are two living eye witnesses to his crime. an Territory Banner, when his little girl, ......,.,.,;...i I.,. M;t.. Sn.,i,;ii ! Go but like tlie num- - of completion, I unboitat ngly state Rev. Minix is a brother of Charley s V,on Ilallie Stn-et- , Price'. two years of age. was threatened with a that you have not only filled the letter, ..DR. H. H. ROBERTSwjc-- ex us tires of hue in Ricbi (JEO.O. DOZIER, Proprietor. Minix. a prominent farmer of Breathitt Hendricks, .. Ida. Speed, . Etta Graham of croup. He says: "My severe attack . ... but the intention of the contract doing i e. guished before tm barn, w ncn- Miner, Katie oratiam, norence Corner Francis and Iiyine Streets. lie has been back three. wife insisted that I go for the doctor, but would have left undone. county. work that I3"1- Richmond, Kv. of town months, anu since his return tins re-- atilt, atteniieit tlie 1'ailerewski piano per- .1 W. Alexander of (Jul .pi ild , has Not willing that you should leave the as our family physician was out 3 BE r- -T , & y turned to the Countv Clerk's ofliic li- - fomiance at .Macauley sin Umisville 'ast 22 31. purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's t I if the AMier Liimtier CnH.jinii, of job without some testimony of mv apmarriage ceiemony winch he week and prououncesthe mechanical ex. -Cough Remedy, which relieved her im risii g uit of preciation of you, as fathful to your ob- cense for a r 1. tor tlamtge-cntion superior to anything ever seen mediately. I will uot be without it in ligation unde this contract, I have given recently performed. o mils prosccuiiiH, with U- - E. Lill Corner Duncan Avenue At the time of the killing ami indict- - in this country, but in other respects not you this unsolicited statement. the future " 25 and 50 cent bottles, for . . . .and Pleasant Streets, Paris, Ky. . . . in- - atiornev. above some other celebrities. -1 thank job, done ment M J. Ferguson was I ircuit Judge : sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. ou fora first-clasJames E. Stewart, Commonwealth's At- - j Mr- - Jesse M. Alverson, late of the Cu climb a steep in good time and good humor. Ymi diMi't have to .OFFICE HOURS . Major.C. T. Picton is managet of the ! tornev ; Joe Howard, County Attorney, mas force, but for some time with the and creep along a hall to get at Dentson, Tex., which the State Hotel, .ii!4 Yours Respectfully, THE DREAM REMEDY. .Indue at that dtanioru journal, was receiuiv nmrrieu ntul J. R. Butts SiM-cit 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 4 p ra , the ('Umax office; Imt walk right traveling men say is one of the best It. Stamlek, S. B. k B., Rout of 7 to 8 p. m. court. The case was filed away Sep to the daughter of Postmaster Removes nil inflammations, soreness hotels in that section. In Bpeaing of "ii the ground flpor. since we have Ky. Centra Division. specialties: tember 1, 1871. All the officers are liv- thai place. Jesse always was a hustler, films, ulcers and pain. Restores the Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlar across thebtieet. ii ei and the Journal says never lost an hour sight That all ma have the benefit of TRHOATS, STOMing except Judge Ferguson. rhoea Remedy, Major Picton says : "I EYE, EAR, NOSE, MailUntt on Committees. Misb I'attie Stephenson has re mived from the office on account of hismarriaee. this wonderful Remedy so strangely ob my family for ACH and have used It myself and it Madison V men were fortunate in com . n having Here's hoping the happy couple may tained. If this notice should fall into several years, and take pleasure in sayher Iiihhc on The Climax hVmtried. in the General nt.-.- i it to Mrs. Felmid, and with bet mittee apjKUT.liiiente The gigantic task of removing the Cli- live long and prosper. The Journal the hands of some one who suffers, with ing that I consider it an infallible cure O Doner, is hhwm eti ..i uer max from its ancient quarters on the speaks in the highest terms of him and Eye Disease, don't delay but write at for diarrhoea and dysentery. I always Senator Bennett is chairman of A. M. second floor of the Dillingham building his bride. 'ng Miss Sallie Oweus residence on once for this strange simple cure. De- recommend it, and have frequently adCollege and'is also on Suffrage and elec r Main. to its new quarters on the first floor of scribe your case enclose $2.25 and I will ministered It t mv guests in thu hotel, TXT" ANTED Several trustworthy jen-A Collision uf lllind Sides. tious, Statutes, Corporations, Education, YV tlemen or ladies to travel in Ken the house on Second street between the Tadlock was on the corps of the K. C mail yon enough of the Pouder to last and in every' case it has provtn itself V J. W. CHjierton ami familvhavi-ron- i .Inoiciarv. Ilerncou or Hagan corner and the Gar Extension survey, and having relatives five weeks. One package has cured two worthy of unqualified endorsement. For tucky for entahliliKed, relume house. to tbe Col RMe farm, just out Bronston is chairman of Constitutional Salary $780 aud expenses. Steady posir tb - limits on tbe Big Hill pike. Tlie Amendments, also on Railroads and nett or Willis House, has been com here, is "known to many. His father was thirds of the cases. The second package sale by Hagau's Pharmacy. tion. Enclose reference and D. Robinson, a promTons of machinery, imposing a Presbyterian minister. The Danville if needed wi be sent for SI.75. The wife of Mr. The Dominion 'ii.inei is a fine fanner as well as an ex Commerce, Penitentiaries and Houses pleted. stamped utivelope. Capes, Jacket and Cloaks in all the newest styles. Flanneis, Blankets and Advocate savs: Should yen desire to test my Cure en- inent lumberman of Hartwtck, N, Y., Company.-- Third floor, Omaha Illdfp, lawyer, and o ens several farm-i- n of reform, Reveune and Taxation, Cor- 6tones, tyie and a long line of et ceteras all kinds of Woolen Goods at prices never before named in this niartet. 22- J. W. Rawlings appeared before the close SI 00. ! You will be thoroughly wassick with rheumatism for five months. Chicago. required the services of half a dozen t i - county. porations, Judiciary, Muucipalities. SPECIAL ATTENTION CALLED ablebodied men several days for trans- -' board of council last night to aide for a convinced fcefore you use the cure three In speaking of it, Mr. Robison says: Stephenson is Chairman of Corpora portattou, to sjiv j argjgyy Mrs Jamen Bennett and Mrs. Ellen uuiuiu; ui block and remission of a police court fineagainst J days. Address Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the only tious, and is also on Constitutional 11 Mi 3. Eliza J. Evans tackle, heavy timbers, crowbars, hand- - j C. Tadlock, of the West End. The fine thing that ga her any rest from pain." illr n have asked the t'itv Couin-i- l to Aniendii-euts- , Rules, Statutes, Libiary spikes, and a great ileal of grunting. ' Let Mas the resultof a fight which came up le2 North 19th Street, For the reliet of pain, it cannot le beat." iTJU sign ami forward tn the Iagistat ire and Pub u: buildings. Columb'is, Ohio Many bail cases ot rheumatism h ive been us remark here that we want .never to in an unusual manner. J. C. Tadlock is petition to secure an amendment tit-ft Repie e native Buriiam is Chairman of remove another printing office. Ui d r a huckster and blind in one eye. W bile will gie women the same right of suf cured by it. For sale at 50 eonta per Criminal Law, and is on Municipalities, of tbe skilltul management of Mechanical driving thr.mgh town one day his wagon frage in fourth class cities :ls in socoud bottle, by Hagan's Pharmacy. Rules, Suffrage and elections. 7 Engineer J. B. Hundley, of Silver Creek, encountered the vehicle cf another huck01 ciass ities. Black is Chairman of General Statutes, The country is wild over it. What? the newspaper press the cylinder of ster going the other way. The othtr and ib on latid Titles, Reeuue aud Taxfe CURES H0THIN8 The Blue Gras utiff hat. Wallace wh.ch weighs an even ton, was transfer- huckstet was also blind in one eye, but in Pay Your Taxes 1 ation. Codes of Practice. 15TH, 1S96, Rice. eye from Tadlock. It so .ON JANUARY 4 red without accident to the press, the the opp-wiinotice by Sher'tHf Simmons else-Bamctt is Chairman of Railroads and A SURE and CEKTASM CURE 7 I happened the two blind eyes came to at 2 o'cloe'c, p. tn., in front of the Court Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder y Cmmav, calls on v 1 Commerce, and is on General Statutes, buildings or participants. in World's Fa'' Highest Medal ard Dicloma. This removal and preceding breakage gether, both men being engaged in look- House door in Richmond, Ky., will rent BEST REtdSDY for PILl-S.who have not paid their taxes Ui do s- (.'odes of Practice, Printing. ing in another direction and neither see to the highest and best bidder, the iu the big press have interfered mater) 1st, or their property will Grider is Chairman of Public Morals, Ayer's Pills, being composed of the AM) ially with the newsy qualities of the ing the other's wagon. Tin re was a KLACKSMiril SHOP, SCALKS, App-'als- , oe sold. This is no joke. Retreiu bmeut and is uu Court of essential virtues of the best vegetable W0HK1I01J8K. Climax to say nothing of its p rsonal collision. The other fellow swore at and Reform, Criminal Law. Booda-t'- tea aperients, without any of the woody or appearance. But everything is being Tadlock for running into the blind side YOURSELF that we aie in earnest br calllinjtand P"cme onr Cattle Shipped Terms made known on day of renting. Walker is on Revenue and 'taxation, fibrous material whatever, is tlie reason with of a man and Tadlock swore at the other The fact is we navo perfectly will know we mean bminem. "John A. Mershon, J W. Bales shipied nine cars of cattle -- inking Fund, Public Oliices aud Lib rapidly andadvantages adjsuted and floor fellow for tbe same offense: The result i,n,,Av henc our determination to eschanxeone for the other. Tbe why they are so much more effective and of a ground the many J. D. Dykes, News, Mondav.for Liverol t.. NewMrt valuable than, any other cathartics. men were soon location, a far bettei paper will be the was that two Committer. It Pnelps is in Corporate-Institutiontnim Win. Arnold, 78 were lumght, The best family physic. tumble engageengiged in a rough-.ui- d result. from G. E. Black 30, from Parrish & Suffrage and Elections, Retrenchment Come and see a, make yourself at ment, and both were hauled up and fined. weight 1,550. and Reform. Douglas. 20. Average If yon wanuji reliable dye that will OUST -- ZV-L, of c home, and make any cotume'Tit you The council remitted the town's share R. S. Perry, of Jessamine, a Price 4 cents. color an even brown or hlacl.and will the fine. Afients to sell the newest nov& of Madison, is on several important com- please, so long as you refrain from any please and satisfy you every time, use A. D. huff Dead Kikes. elties out. Hollers can make remarks as to our being crowded. We Wjiiskers- Corner Main and Second Sta mittees. Buckingham's Dye for the SBtterlck PattartW For All property on which taxcare not Alexander D Ruffdied at Owingsville, have sufficient room to work a dozen Today there are nearly 300 bicvc.le facftom five to ten dollars a dav. For bv Circuit Court. men, which is twice as many as any Rich- - lad. Saturday of pneumonia, after a paidsufd February let, will be levied on The body must be well nounshed now particulars call on or address, tories in the United StateSjat least ten of Please come forward and set was a ati.t January term of Madison circuit court raond office has ever employed or may j werk's illness, aged Obyears. He orover,and of levy aud to prevent sickness. If your appetite is thein capitalired at $3,000,000 tie same, and save the cost jlS?tiJBflU with Btamp, time to come, native of Canada, had no known relatives. advertising. poor ta"ke Hood's Sareaparilia. some of them have a capacitv of 500 com will open next Monday, 20th, Judge hope to employ rrHJBirtilSiiTHJ ' " 1 leaves an estate worth M- - C. $15,000. By 32 33 J. P. Simmons, S. We don't need am more room. We don't an WALLER & NELSON, plete wheels a day. It is estimated that Thomas J. Scott presiding. No crimi im- - will he left the bulk of his property to J. Price's Cream Bakinjr Powder Dr. Richmond, Ky. the output for 1806 of tlioe factories will nal haziness. Docket contains 247 old want any more room. Our office is 32 Awarded Gold Medd Midwinter Jair Jn Franckco. J old and 27 new equity cases, and 65 ordi- mediately inside the big plate glass, N. Nesbitt, a banker of Owingsville, who be anywhere from 1,500.000 to 2,000.000. :onst!:&. double front doors. We ' we been up . was always his fiuanoial backer But to nary cases. tiiHIW MttVUHl 'rugjjlsts, Thanks ! The most important cases are those stairs long enough. But if our new Venter Alexander Schlegei, son of L. mm Bay mare mule. 15 hands, one fo e against the Second place of business doesn't suit yon as to Schlegei, photographer of Richmond, his rLJE3 The Infirmarr management wish to of C. N. Fitspatrick foot HttUi enlarged at joint, 9 or 10 years E'udy's Pile Su?po3$tory thank the donors for the bazar and lunch National Bank and the bank against size, there is the court house and the en pnamesake, he left $2,000. To E. II. P. old. No, shoec. Stolen kat eouit day county, farms contributions; also thanksgivingsupplies. FiUpatrick &c Fitzpatrick has borrow- tire public square just across the street, Palmer, jeweler, who succeeded to his and traded to one eyed bay mare. Beas it guaranteed to cine Piles and ConStipa- -- On improved cent, in lMadinon interest; " sq cents pe- j Ky., at 6 per tion. or money retimded from time ti which vnn jire. mviteif. anil, it vou Dusmess nere. lie ieit uuoui. c.uuu 111 1111 unfit Also Allen &Todd for use of house; also ed money from the bank and I ouable reward. ho. Send tvo stamp for circular and no" omniission charj;eil Addrtss Geo. . the newspapers for material aid. to time paid interest at 7 per cent- - per will telephone us, we 'will meet you in proved tools,lathes and othsrniachinery" Free Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered W. lavv, room 17, ivenyon- rsunuing, S. P. Boss. where you At the time the will was made Mr. Membership fees for J895 and 181)5 are annum, amounting to about Sl,400. He the largest buildine in Pharmacist. Lancaster, Pa. No Pottal. Louisville. Ky. For blank applications Kirkijville, Ky. To and other information inquire of Big Answered. For sale by all first-cUInterest can manage by careful handling to turn Palmer was indebted to deceased in the for the due and "payable to Mrs. Coruie Clay. now sues I Bra. J. TEVIS COHB, Attorney. druggirts everywhere, and in'Berea, Kr , ANNOUNCEMENT. penalty which is a like your 011-- dollar over to us for the - li-- turn of $1700, and that too was given aud the Kichtnou t, Ky. I 26- " bv S. E. Welch, Jr. JHrd at Clay I'ity. amount, making a total of something max one year.provided you do so during ' Pidincr, or whatever part might remain Q'wsley. of Lincoln, is acandidate-fo- r J. 8. unpaid at tho time ot the testator s ueatn. Mis. Elisa Shearer died at Clay City, over $2,900. In turn the bank has fcued this month, Conjtress in the 8th District, subject How easy it is now for our patrons That had all been paid. To the League to the aqiioti of the Democratii: party. January 1st, aged 71 years. She was the FiUpatrick for $0,296 on a note with inof American Wheelmenbe gave $1,000 wife of Simon Shearer, a native of Madi- terest for two years, and Fitzpatrtck as to btep iu and pay up old scores aiid a having many years beeif au enthusiastic son countyandbrotherof Raymond Shear security on a note for $1,600 with inter- year 'ahead member of tbe ;lub. ercr.AJroo25rx:iv3r i . I will sell publicly to theihighest and er, Sr.t and Ab Shearer. She had bsen est for 18 months. I. Tevis Oobb,thts DELEGATE FJJO.M THE TENTH. Mr. RufT lived in Bicbmond about uesuuiuiici uu. a 1 a member of tbe Christian nhnrch for place, and G. C. Lockhart, of Paris, for ... . navmg ciaims aga.H. w--t T AU parties years. His long journey awhee, , fifty-fiv- e years. Her maiden name was FiUpatrick. J. J.Sullivan for the bank SatUrdayjaiUary 'iz lRofiSa gh mm deceasel, are Notified to file Hugh Riddil!,E?q , of Irvine,is a'candi- - to Yellowstone Rational Park, in com ON W2U)NESDAYt JAN. 22, 1896 Woodard. It is a (Mse oT unubual interest. .. . -.- 11 .. ., r . larva m -- tvdelegate to the next National Detn- - anv with Mr. EL E. Mite hell., thisDlace. ' ot iri n'olAl.-- . a.m.. on ttie'preimses, vfnimv r.am maaT" t iiii miiiiiiii ti . .iipiiwii a. MTB.r nvni .rr nnivmi uv iinii n i m.i 117ml. SJ gjj J"Main Street, opposite Hotel Glyndon. . datefor Biw . ri: .. . V Vf t ..! r, ... rv, wjj be barred. ,i-COLOUED JURIES DANGEROUS. ,ilA 'tVi.th n, w,t in ! r.etK' on "ntucKjr riv ir, uiy iarui 2Tew Depot Sail&ia;. mo monU, jo.v- will h ro.llivl hnm I .:n Mil...,iO!olwJ m h, ----". u. i ,, u- OtaiiaBCrapiiinHiHi:-.' Uf wtk Ar IE! " Tbe $4,000 L. & N. Depot building is The Somerset Iteportersaj s a colored Congressional District. Mr. Itiddill ts a xswders, bidder J226 acres of iand, near Ke j .AlPO-fr- t same time ana pjce win sen P ..v.v-- . Kurial took plHceiu Owingsville ccme. House, liadison covuty, Ky.,iiknown tetained hammered glass, jury was impaneled in she police court worthy De!iiocutt.an(i is deserving of any. or lour ihwui "" f" a "bule." inree , ,T11 HbsryD. Shhfflet, IIV.M..ITl- f- D.ln.n.ir.D TlVl'tll iree cows, twrj.fiteerSv h.fwr,' wsven t..Kl. r..Uf.r : iMircj white stone macadam, flower beds, grass there to trj' a negro. Tliecharae wua a JTouor his party may bestow upouliitn. lDe , .hod&wkbni AdEii8iejator. Clay City Chronicle. plots, and all tbat. Agent Carr is tbe breai lijfd the pace, and the prisoner was It wsuid that deceased began at Owinga Km ww smiiYiu iu ITHJMamji H - - ' ! -' v - l ' i y - I (HiilhlJlfrSriSl . i I (,rmtn.;mnemM """w, - j .'C. D. SmreSxr,1 dftjelsI. fixed man between Ciuciunaii and fined $5(1 andcobtsand twenty five days in tbeChroaicleis entirely , vilk witbdat any tbmg bet a lew took. Ttalaurtid lBRraeB,x- - finest The retnarkof ISiireruia mad known 0 laraiinagiTa ipBIWIBWnfcMKMIffKHUia -" 33-3- 3 - " ' CiX). CKS37; jaiL Knoxviile. 'H vm a. inechiCal geaias. - ' S . j correct. l.alcs-iichlwai- Nh' Dr landman local. See A P. Kosx-'- ad. f stolen Mayor Tyler of Louisville died 30.-r.lay Daniel Elkin, aired 2(5 yearn, died a i Saturday night u ti Was .Saturday. Birds rang in tlie trees, the gross was gveiif bikts flttrd to and fro along the ury street, tlte mm slimed brigl tiy and mere whs no 01 una winur Mien, was January Nth. 3 Culib buud Sain. YeMenlav at CalennL 131 of tbt S 1 is T. (?obb home plat e w.bt publicly to. 'Mis Xauuie Billiard at $45.50 an ante or HoW-I- j Harvard "Who Pays the Freishl," This noted company will be at the Vandelia Yarnon appeared at the Co.irt Uonsc Monday night, Jan- - c urt liuui-eSaturday night, ui der the unry 2Uh.,iiiid,'r the umpires of Jdudi nf tbe Richmond .Leisure Assokid Institute. ciation, being the third of their j Msoci'.l'urtjr. attractions for this season ' Her All the voir s people from Rod H"iie, '"Who i'ajs tbe Freight,1 whs rh ei iy , College Hill, handled, and.cot eluded witha Woman's Waco U'id in' icni g territory assembl' d Rights speech She had a good aiulietue. at Capt Tiiui Fer.enV, near Union Citj, ii-, Mit-pice- s .Naie,Hnarh'ttc Bnxik-stowii- Ileijle, CattdiJate fur Caagrcss a OwBley. a young at tortrey at taidord Is i'i Richmond. He is a jsindidate for J2ongian, subject to the action of tjie 'Deiuncratfc patty, to succeed (int MrCrearv. He probably is not aware of the fact, buthe is a de cetiihiut of mi old ttuie Mudis-lotiuty family, ol who n (J'lv. 0v!ey w b a membet. Also on bin moth cr's ode he is decem'en fn.m John 3 Miller, the" Proprietor ol He should find many lrieiids here and hereabouts r JS. Awarded Hlghc t Honors World's Fair. Yotjran Believe The tratimoniahTpublisbed in behalf of Hood's Sarsapurilla. They are written by honest people, who have actually foind in their own experience" that Howl's Sareaparilia purifies the hlood, creates an appetite, strengthens the svstem and absolutely ami permanently cures all dis eases caused by impure or deficient blood. rfflHjSnBreMlnafBjlB mnmuw&mmmMmmmmmmmuwM&nfi&Mmu iraJ mm , P. PER, THI QL3 3frl sol fl&HNC WVVgPmMk MAIN STREET ray! n-i- 1 ul 1 r I JEW! the-laxati- e Is still in the mar ket with the finest beat and sele cted watches, m Ilf3,drtit, hs Ftock of pio-mot- es W'ed-ii'.t-da- r - . andiewel- clocks mm la-tu- re d t. si-1- 1 -- 17 I a ' that can be found in Central j Kentucky, and at prices that can m not be duplicated anywhere. I will sell you diamonds and take ajf n. ay-lnni'- d - eS nff Ipn ner cent from any p price named by illlj "m Sla ifS things in the way of Christ- I have .w. a few As .Pv&i?j559 bw-ine- 1 un-Ip- ss r3RIPGF0RD'S net-essa- Hi mas Jimcracks own nrice. ECONOMIST RANGE. t, SJs III left that you can have at your H tr feilBIBi zsg: don't want them, come and get them. Watches, clocks and ovr .. jewelry repaueu and warranted. k , D. P. ARMER. ajps i"v, ......, BrMrJBid m ts v S Madison H Monumental Workc, ask - ad-di- ab-en- ce 9!5 IIP PmbQwk t .: - Gov't Reports - n-- 0 mi lira h I gjg ! -- and See,,. ...the TWo J's, joi)55 jtWrite - e Jerri) OFFICE r- s Mpiis iSpj h Catarrhal in-la- ....Sale of Dry Goods and Notions, Dress Goods and Trimmings.... Diseases. ....Laces, Embroideries and Hosiery at. L , 1 -- 'it-nt I .... M TE I GIBSON' 2nl tEEPSMI Wl To feBIM o r Public Renting City 2B0GKEYE Property. illfJY' lEil MPJLS,g line CRS33 We mean what we say, when w e say ln-r- e to-da- i Knownicri7aris"i - J 3&SSSU ...SiLTISPlT Sat. AT COST EOT CASH WE mean CASK and no oods charged at the prices we will name, " one-eye- ;30DAYS CASH SALE IS NOW WHITE "'f """ son-in-la- w otu to Taxpayer: GIBSON'S, ( for-soi- ne ijglplIojSOT BrilaMMiJiMiilSriM r- - fSlPSiE Ha i IT jus v SI J MONEY TQ LOAN Most Complete Line of b Blank Books In. Richmond. Call neun-r.nnua- ton It , ss m dp vt -- 1 7-- b Bee pa Public Soli?! Public Renting. 11 UidsWor's 1 lotus! Them. -- ,; f;, :.,,,... "" -- - ..".': ..7. uht t 1 wf'""""'"': m .I 1 -- "'" "wr" ..( rrrr wis"" ...,, i.i.j .,,, . 1 j-- i.ui.i.t v. ( 1 is s M,H.BEI i 1 qa mm v. w j.c. t..ji irrHrrUiHhdMiBfiSriiH --- joh & - : - s HBH8HBBBBB ' Iir aaai bbbbb m j -- - , ttm Ti ii i it re n m vrst & " j f ii i t mi bm ... i aiin mn aaeaaaia. w m CmctHKA-ri- e a i - a) aaae KENTUCKY TIi NEWS. KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. The House Held Kn Srrtl-- n The Senate Held a Short le'Slnn. rA ktcut, Ky., Jan. S The senate held a short anil uuerentful session at noon Wednesday and completed Its organization by electing Senator GocbeU of Coflngton. president spro tern., and Emma Walter Heir, of Lexington, enrolling clerk. Senator Gross, one of the noldover senators, who was absent Tuesday on account of sickness, was resworn according to a precedent established Tuesday. n WedEonsB The house w.s not In nesday haying adjourned Tuesday la honor of St. Jacisoa. IN THE LICKING. M-sen-io- THE LEGISLATURE. TVtla Fran. FasuxrcKT. Ky., Jan. 10. The bousa convened at 10 o'clock Thursd y mornlnr. tier. Bradley's mewape wns not rrarty, owinirto a delay In Its preparation followed by another delay In getting it primed. It U announced that ltwlll be redy r'rlflRy. Hardin (dent), cf Veade, oflerrd a resolution providing (or the appointment of a committee ol Ore members to investigate the offices of the state auditor and the state treasurer. resolution to the The preamble gsve as a reason for Its- - ndoptloa that charges ot fraud against both oClcers bad been made during the late campaign and that It was due those officials, as well as the people, thst they be Investigated. Fllppen. of Monroe, offered a resolution jtrorldlng- for dividing the seats of the house by lot. Seats bad already been assigned by the Librarian, and tbote comfortably located bltlcrlr opposed the change. The Papers In the resolution was defeated contest from Daviess county were laid before the house, and on motion Darnell, ot Ohio, the huuae proof ceeded to draw by lot a committee of e. content nine members for the 1 ne drswtmr by let for the contest rouiralltee resulted favorably for the republican ilde. ulilch secured five members and the democrats tour member. The committee selected wu: Chambers Barnes. ISUckburn. Garrett and Carson, republican. atidSwtn-forWitt, Walter and U. F. Furnish, democrats. The house alio selected lu the same manner a committee to try the Islington content case between Dunlap and KauDruan. Luck went to the democratic side this tlmu. and they got five membera the republican three and one populist. Wemer-Tompktcora-mltl-d. State O faces to r Investigated Charged THE MARKETS. ROOSTER IN EVIDENCE. BrooRht Into Court and Placed on the A ir M.e a a i ... .j : - . - Latest News From All Parts of tbe Cuoj ni tn ruHti. I THE TIE BROKEN. Ule. lr,lltar Yi'iteon flavn a nod the Kepnhltc-un- it Now Majorlt. Fkaskfout. Ky., Jan. 13. Representative Isaac WiNou. of NrUonconn-- . riled Saturday tnoruiutr at 5 tVI.cV - J the party deadlock lu the asseiu-- f was broken. , Mr. Wilson was a democrat ami bad en broujjht here several days ng-- in tyinff condition. His ts to live lonjr enough to vote for nator Blackburn iu the jomt but death came before that riinl in the senatorial contest had ?n reached. vlr. Wilson was too 511 to mVe nny lvass before his election, and it was 11 known at that tiuie that he was icted with a fatal liver trouble. st Wednesday at his request a majjis-t- e called at bis room and adminis-- d the oath'of oflice to the already .nc man, but he never was able to apj the seat. "he house was In session only Die lutes Saturday, adjourning as a rk of respect to the and winting- the usual committee to at .d the funeral. frreute-adesire and land owner, living six miles east of Falmouth, met his death by drowning in the Licking river. Brewer wat in town and started home about eijrht o'clock in the eveninp considers i"y under the influence of liquor, lie w.i on horseback when he began his journey homeward, but he is supposed to have fallen from his horse, as the horse was found later with bridle and saddle on waiting for bis master's return. About nine o'clock in the evening. Mr. Pock's family were- - awakened by dies of help, coming from the river, upon investigation, saw a man struggling in the swollen waters of tho Licking. Every means was used SPEAKER BLANOFORD to rescue the man, but all to no purpose, lie had gone out upon the ice ays lftulur a Tell fur a ecial which lines the bank of the river In NnUun County. of his danger. The body has raNkfort, Ky.. Jan. IX The demare torn up been recovered. Brewer leaves a widits in the r bpeaker Blandford's hesitancy ow and eight children. allinj-- a special election in Newport Taxpayers ObJcU to fill the vacancy caused Newpoht, Ky., Jan. 9. In the circuit the death of Representative Wil- - court CoL Kelson, acting for certain They say the sjieaker prom-- -' tarpavers, brought suit to enjoin the on Saturday to issue Inn writ Mon-.- y city from having the old buildings on for an election on January 31, the barracks ground torn down. The tuich might be time for hit .uces-.or last act of the council that has just to vote for senator, but the speaker ended its term of service was to let a s deliberatingSaturday niht and contract for the tearing down and re.ays he has not determined when he moval of the old army structures. For will issue the writ. this work the city agreed to pay SI, SIX), t days notice of the holding of and operations were to be commenced electiou is required and Wilson's Wednesday. ccesvir will not be in the joint ilobbed of a Tortune. and Hunter will be elected. Owestowx, Ky., Jan. 9. "Uncle" Owing- to the failure to issue a writ farmer livf election, Wilson's iuccrkvir can not Bore Mason, a electod until January 24 or after, ing near Hammond's Mill, this county, is successor will not be named in was robbed of 54.815 Monday night at me to vote for Senator Itlackburn. 12 o'clock by thres men. They terrorized the family by shooting into the M a say positively that they will re-- : to po into the joint assembly house. The carried off a little table esday, January 81, on account of that contained the money. The of the table were found half a iik. and will try by this means to mne from the house the next morning. cak a quorum. Of the amount taken S1.400 was in Stint a II" Kan. gold. VemsaILI.km, Ky.. Jan. 13 John SU- Deadlock nt I atletUbarg. shot and badlv woundeii James Ky., Jan. 9. The CATLETTsnuno, leman near Mortontville. ICnlh are four republican councilmen blocked W vuars obi and the installation of new appointive city ored. Coleman th. as. Coleman susrxfUrd stulial officers by remaining away and being unduly intimate with hia a quorum. The council is jng wife and, aieeting him on the composed ef five republicans, three id, began to chastise him. Global democrats and a democratic mayor, itantly drew a pistol and as Coleman but one republican, Wm. Crum, has rued and ran shot him in ttie hark. agreed to vote with the democrats. ae ball piercing his bodr. Slubal was Another attempt will be made to hold aptured in Versailles and placed in tne elections Tnursdav. jaU. Coleman may get well. nn-d- , Klor-tlolejji-latur- Itlce Drawer, aa Acrd rendleton County Lout Ills Life. Falmouth, Kyj, Jan. 9 Ric Krevr-e- r. 59 years old, a prominent farmer trmr, In & stealing fuse which was tried in th cmtinftv court' at Svlvauiu. 0a n very extrtxrtlinury witness wli3 in- troduced tie first of his kind that tzw ta. haa ever appeared in our courthouse. 8o. TVHa t No. 2 rsd, track. Coax Sales: No 3 yellow, trsek. ZSKc: No. Bays the Savannah News. This .'as a 2 mixed, track. SSo: yellow ear. track. Vc; dominiek Two negro Doys rooster. mixed ear. traek, aHc. were prosecuted for stealing chickens Oaxk lidders were firm and the market from another negro. The prosecutor coneequent-quiet, but aarsly proved that his chickens were missing, Sales: No. 3 fall, switched, Barlit Good shipjxrs'. U.tt.14- S8c Cst lm i: choice, and he claimed to have Identified them fair u choice butchers. IS.) UUci-iiin the yard of the accused. It then medium. tt.40at.Vi; common, Falrtoffoodllghu'liOO &.7S; extra, developed on the latter to prove their CaLVxa ts 00: tommon and large, 3.1 4 7i ownership. Oneof our brightest young select ,owvers was copduQting the defense, Hoss Seltot shippers', 'isiris butchers', l3.s0ftJ.8S; good psckerj. :3. ;3 7Sr ' ,', fair to medium. 3.7J,X3. common and rough. and he very Ingeniously introduced inn t js.. evidence the above mentioned ciomiShiip akd Lambs Sheep: Extra. Utv nick rooster, which belonged to the e3.M-3.cete-idy- Jan. IL ftorm Spring patent A 1 00. spring fanoy. U0& 3.M: spring family, S.2iiti80; fancr. '3.13 l&t5; winter patent. 3.G& ICO; extra. fiSSaiSO; low grade, Witness Stand. A f 7' $- - WE ARE NOW READY. Less thai) ODe-Foiir- tb of Regular price. THAT'S THE 0WWSE 13E BT IH . - . t: APITAL If? ! cummuu , i enoice. i godd to '" ",uv- - " ouu.. . Lambs: Extra. Mv.-4?- i: llanty in appjarance between his roost- t.7. common to fair. 3 .stoa Wool Unwaihsd: Fine marlno. per lb. ! ership and liie suspected chickens. So: quarter blood clotMag. Uillo. in j This rooater Hn8 ,ord of the barnyard Calame and clothlag. H ilo. corso. lXtMo: on the Tace ,vhere the two boys lived. combing, 1J. Wsshe 1: Fins merloo. medium X to XX. par lb, UtMc; medium olnthlng. Ho; nnd the disputed chickens were so very delaine, fleece, UlilBa: long combing. M 18; much like hlia in color and other ways quarter blood sad low. V his that no one doubted Jm j( ' descendants. The they werewhenlineal rooster, put WHBAT-MaMay. 3 i.ea: ei.atoa choice. i4. a ". jj ,.," i,,.. i. o.. rci, JXe: 8TH3 OTJ-it- c. Coaw-M- ay. western, Oats sSS-lor.We. No. X, H No. Z, February, 24c. May. rOie bldl J4H-5Sc- POOLROOM CASE. Tbe Coert of Appeals tlemra the Panares -hrp and lloltlnger Melt. Fba.vkvokt, Ky.. Jan. la The famous bharp and Bollinger poolroom cases were argued before the court of appeals Thursday by Judge W. VV Cleary, who represented the commonwealth, and T. F. Hallam and Zack s Phelps for the poolrooms. The were fined SMXleach in the lower, court, and un order entered directing, the sheriff to abate tne nuisance. The pool rooms appealed to the superior court, and that court affirmed the judgment as to th fine of S"00, pool-room- WHIAT-- Na July. 64 Vic: No. S DurrALO, Jan. IL J: fair to foi Cattli Old cows, ttOO a. at $l.8iii&U good bulls, .S5XB0 veals lower Koos t&M red cash. tie. Cork Na i mixed, cash. :!(. Oats Mo. J mixed May, toic TowtDO, Jaa II. 1 red cash, 0yc; May, taie; on the stand, began at once to crow UHtily. as If desiring to nroclaim the Innocence of the accused, and furnished much nmiicement to the court. After hearing all the evidence In the case e Nel-coun- ty 7J; light to M0: good, H.4---mixed sheen, good to choice, t2.WiJ.7i; extra, :.): Sbkip and Mediums snd beavy, pigs, 3.St. 4.1X1 LAMBS-Prl- me 400; Yorkers, ind Inspecting tbo rooster the judge discharged the prisoners nnd told the prosecutor that, while It was perhaps true he had lost his chickens, yet he was convinced they had become the prey of owls or 'possums. THE GOOD SAMARITAN Tie Would Iambi. U85 Battle Ax Plug w Krlk HirorK eKrcfia feAWWt? ILRyTiwe the lead BBaaf JKjfik IN RHINA 111 -- - Ei-jh- y. - well-know- n but reversed that part directing the tt.60i7.CW Chicaoo, Jan. IL sheriff to act in the mattr, and did so sold at Vails on May wheat opened at on the ground that the lower court itat ic, price J9H c Pu 05c. lsst self should have had the owners and old at tSS Stet lttSt price 59c Calls on May corn opened at S8HQ:8Sc sold operators of the pool rooms arrested, Puts p instead of simply directing the sheriff at MMc. last price SSK iISo. price isH -ned si sold st ssyie, last tSc to abate the nuisance. Jsn. II. The commonwealth appealed from No. 2 red spot snd January. 07.) TTbiat the decision of the superior court, and CTKc: southern. 6e'J,6o. 3?c: Februsrr, Coaa Mixed rpot. I3 the question was argued before the ZiytuKe aouthera, court of appeals Thursday and submit- aU'0.2ZHc. steamer mixed. ted. A decision will probably not be Oats So. 3 white western, U 2Hc. .Ha t mixed. KW023C handed down for several weeks yet. op-nSSH'C-S.S- PinsBDncH. Pa. Jsn. 11 Cattlx RscelpU arelight, demand steady: unchanged. market fair, prices Uoas Recalpti heavy: market dull and lower: all grades, Hc SBXxr Export wethers, ti WJ4.00 common to prime U.00J17J, lambs, J. calves, K004.ia e. -- -- Pensions for Kentucky People. 10 Pension Washington, Jan. have been issued to the following Original James Compton, Ken-tuckian- RTX Ka 2. 40e 1 Flourney; renewal and increase John W. Compton, Pikevillc; increase: Jas. L. Rock, Rio; Jacob Hofllm. Louis ville; original widows, etc.: Elendei, Brown, McKinncy; bamuel Gresharo (father). Otter Pond; reissue Mecie (mother), Louisville; Stephenson Amanda I. Marley, Carsville; .Margaret Jester, Newport; fcarah Jane Charley; Helen E. tollings, Louisville. Mexican war widow barab Montgomery, Mauluon. Cur-mutt- i, Good to choice steers, '3 fri .15j medium, M f0 3 80. common, fl SAU&.5U Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy, !?0&X.W: rnUedand heary. W. 74185. common lights. 3.71 sea SHxir Uood to choloo Iambi, I4.S 4.0: common, si7i(.4.o0 good to choice xhoep, -- Si INOIAHAPOL.IS. ind., for westorn. ;? Cattl Jsn WIL CANINE TRAMP. Tlulldng Walks rrnm Chicago to Harrodt-bur- r, Ky., In UuMt of Ills Mailer. nAKitoncnuito, Ky., Jan. 7. A fine d Tom, Wkst Lihektt. Frank and Will Hopkins brothers, while at work in a Imrn. quarreled ever the division of their work. Will, the younvest. aged IC. attacked Turn with a pitch fork. Tom lock the implement away from him ami Muhhrd Wm six tiroes with a kn: V The boy is dying and olllctrs are on tl the track of the knife-use- r, who immediately after the cutting. It U bought he has gone to 'Iexas. where e came from veral weeks ago. 11 Hroihert KMial OuurreL Kj.. Jan. 11. A UlflrrluilnNtion. cm-itte- Ky., Jan. . 13. It wni e rued Sunday nicht that the appointed by the house nf to .rait on the ministers of e Frankfort churches and invite em to open each da,j s session with ayer has determined not to invite e Catholic priest. This was brought rep-scntiv- es -- Fbaskfort. Glasgow. Kr., Jan 9. The first nual exhibition o' the Barren County Poultry club began nere Wednesday! and continues through Wed-nesaav. Tnursdav and Friday. The in dications are tnat it "ill be the largest poultry show ever held in southern Kentucky. Breeders of poultry are here from a distance. (Jillrk Jn.tlre. Louisa. Ky.. Jan. tl. John Simpkina and illie Jones, aired 21 and 17. were arrested here Sunday in possession of two line horses stoien from Breathitt countr. Thev were indicteu Tuesday and brought to trial Wednesday morning. They confessed, and were given two years in the penitentiary. 1 Poultry show a . C.l iagow. . are facta known only to himself. Two years and a half ago Mr. R. E ocratic managers held consultnt.ons Coleman, ... .. . of this place, shipped Ginger, anu as a result it is Aiiursaay. natively stated that the democratic then not quite one year old, to Messrs. jointcaucus to nominate a candidate for Roarer, Coleman & Hoge, contractors senator wnl be held r rid ay night. It on the Chicago drainage canaL One need- - only live hours notice to call, month ago, the contract being finished, and the petition was gotten up by Maj. Ed RoHserand family left Chicago the requisite number of member and returned to this place. Before leaving, Maj. Rosser left orders for Thursday. Ginger to be shipped here, but ha KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. started out on bis own hook. When he arrived here Monday morning he lloth llonsee Aaaembl and Oreanlse was speedily attended to. Deadlock In the enate. FRASKroRT. Jan. 8. Senate The senstors were caned to order Tuesday afternoon. An DRESSED IN BLACK. Dftmcerate t Fbaxkfoiit, Kt., III Canens. Jan. 10. The The Good Samaritan bulldog, named Ginger, the murder. weary and foot sore, walked into the would ha-ifaied hardly in China livery stable of Mr. John I. Vanarsdal or most likely would have been susMonday morning. He had tramped all pected of doing the kind deed for some the way from Chicago, 00 miles. How ultimate gain while the priest and the he found his way and obtained food Levite would have been accounted not three-year-olhard-hearted, Ilavx Been Likely to Get Him self Into Trouble. One dark evening I wns returning homo from a call on one of our English neighbom in Taiyuenfu, writes Prof. C. M. Cady in Century. When uot far from our compound the road crossed nn open space of several acres In extent. As I was finding my way nlong by the dim light of a Chinese lantern, I nearly stumbled over the body of a man who bad fallen by the wny. My first Impulse was to take hold of the person and ascertain if help was needt-d- ; but for some reason I did not, but hurried home to get nid. Mr. X wns still with us. and on hearing my statement raid: "Yen. I know; the man is dead, nnd it is fortunate that you did not attempt to touch the body. Should we now try to remove It, or even go to it, we should no doubt be seen, nnd at once suspicion would attach itself to us, and none could tell the consequences. Wo might cause n riot before morning." It should be ijiid that this suspicion would not have been because we were foreigners, for a native under similar circumstances would likewise have run the risk of being charged with PI 113 WeeT BS IfZT 1 P?4 Hb 0AjBl s has jumped into public eavor on account of its size and quauty-iia Great Bjg Piece of high grade tobacco for Come one, come all, N and see the largest COMMERCIAL UIII lino of Boots, Shoes and Hats ever lf TK Kei . brmiirht to Richmond. Vt4M Etsoti i Our stockis nowcom-pletei- n ii every depart- , AIIVKRIISe the Iment. We nave all el boil ot inifrHi turn gve the i latest styles, aand ol nc w. will Oanb'ra Jn.i in K.. HihV we nave mem ai itue ONE krrpiit;j liv mail OK FOURTH Pit ICE to. limited right prices. We Our method ol inlru turn l. to that of an to save every oromise ol trslHKonuU ot who o fi'eiHi toor Hwnis O.' tSre. in customer money . men' - in.tter the makes a purchase of an alle inst'HC'or. ounJrr thr lilbe-- t drtjrre conijx !us this tall. Our l h ciK'espow'rnif one of Kenluckv stu.li nt roods were bought rt ICKLJFFtf O, ad- - Capital City t.nnHieriUi c 'before the srreat I tvance in leather, aiidiwS.' tlw text book am ver n,if by mail. Yuu paper, are ap to jwe can make you a !eteinmr ract.ing. Your ami plain. price that our coin- - arc ter explicitBoole "vrupint; the science ot M Til- Ft'R A - 1 FiS urn EifrsVi: i . x h t. tr. i . I - - K I nMm,..-- r -- Mipe-'.O- - IIiiniln-- le-.- li h- - m ; r i- prr-oii- .i .. . atl.ii"-- cm r K.V , j ! Miuclto-- ii oat.- - n. i pet iters can not at ; reach. Full particulars sent tree We have all the ing this ym'T Aililrrss latest styles in stiff 1.6 ih M and soft Hats. Don't1 buy a hat until you C1P1TAL lo ne jiis.t as well, aail s ot board, etc. Yoa r. m r M. 1 . n CITI fMIEKMH , ' , W , a j can see a greut judge, was also a great wit, and many interesting bon mots of his arv being recalled just now. On the occasion of the queen's jubilee, says Household Words, the judges were drawing up an address to the queen. "Conscious as we are of our shortcomings," ran the address; "conscious as we are of one another's shortcomings," suggested Lord llowen. Not long ngo he was naked to sit in the admiralty court. Upon taking his seat he asked indulgence on account of Inexperience in ndmiralty business. "And may there be no monnings of the bar.' he added, "when 1 put out to sea." Sometimes his wit was very decisive, as. for instance, when he remarked: "Truth will out even in an nflidnvit." Not the least happy of his recorded as the remark he made witticisms when congratulated on his appointment to be a law lord. He would, he said, find the work easy, his duty being to give his opinion after so many others had given theirs. "In fact. I only ae to agree, and might well h.w been raised to the peerage ns 'Lord " Con-curr- ON THfc BtNUM. I CIGARETTES OF GREEN TEA. CharucterUtlc Anecdote of Lord llowen. They Tell Us That They Are Now Smoked the English Jurist. in "Society." The late Lord Bowen, besides being arrive d, green HUMOR oi c dem bet prudent. -- , autnor-mornin- g THANKFUL MOTHER'S BLESSING Charity's Reward The Place Where It Is There n Nerer Cold. Is nn old lady on d. the West side, g whitp-hnire- benevolent-bookin- OHt by 5 ft reatened to walk out of tin lionve lenever the priest praved. Tne sen- will have no such trouble, as it has eady invited all the ministers to en , tae A. V. A. members, who Chariton, a merchant at Kelley, has brougnt suit for 53,000 damages against the L. & S. Rai'iroad Co., for the burn- ing of his toreand its cont nts a wcck a o. tne nre navmg caugnt, ne says, from sparks from an engine. Adjudged of UuaiiunU 31lacL Lan"castkr, Ky., Jan. 0. Robert Slavm. son of Hon. Ben Slavin, f this county, was Wednesday adjudged of unsound mind. He has been in tin asylum once before, butimprovrd and llaxxiag. eatu Ky., Jan. IIorKiNSViLLK, 9 Wm. its sessions. Tour Emijexck. Ky., Jan. a It can be definitely atated that Dr. E. R. Moody,-oby"a War Mallet. Craxed this place, w.ll be appointed to the Louisville, Ky., Jan. 10. "Yankee position of receiver al the Likeland Bill" Crawford was taken to Lakeland asylum. Dr. Moody has received Gov. asylum Thursday afternoon. Craw- Bradley's positive assurance of his seford imagines that he is worth lection, and only the formal announceand that he and ment of the appointment remains. Mellett are together worth SS00.O0J,-00Dr. Moody is a captble physician and a Crawford's atlliction is due to a popular man. The position, which sm. wound in the head received at the bat- pays from S1.200 to 81.500 a year, is at llohnon a t'nnritHsle. tle of Gettysburg. present held by Mr. Brinley, appointed rfOOIsvil.LK, Ky.. Jan. 13. Gen. E. II. by Gov. Brown. oson, of Greensbiirg. senior rice Ilia ttuamia 1'ruTrd fatal, A Sinn a for shnotloc Itlmaelf. of the Xatmnnl (J. A. R., nmander Paixtsville, Ky., Jan. 10. Hiram LoriflA, Ky., Jan. 8. Albert Shan. frand commander of the depart-uentMcFarlin, who was shot by Uratz Kentucky, announces his at baylersville the night before non, a Negro, SO years old. shot him; for delegate from the Christmas, died Thursday morning. self through the stomach and died soon to the repuniican national conAruetu who was out on 10,000 bail, afterward. The peculiar point in the tention at bt. Louis. was piaced in jail without bond, and case was that he had an uncontrolable the charge of willful murder placed mania for shooting himself whenever Hoarding- llnane ha took hold of a pistol. He had shot Pams, Ky., Jan. 13. Y. A Bacon's against him. himself three times within the past frame residence on Main A banpeet ArreteL few years as a result of this mania. reet, occupied by Jesse Berry as a Danville, Ky., Jan. 10. A man an- H e gave no other reason for these acts, house, burned with entire swering the description of Henry and declared that he could not help larding ontents faunaay morning at 6vu Price, badly wanted at Midulesboro, firing a ball into his body at every opj'elock. No iusurance. The lire was arrested on an outgoing freight portunity. tarted in a barber shop, which was train by Chief of Police Helm. He Kantncktaaa renalonad. sc burned. claims to be James Isely, from Lima, Washinotos, Jan. 8. The following O., and says he was on his way nome pensions were granted to Kentucky Altoriier eiit to .1 sll. Fkankfokt. Ky , Jan. 13. Judge lrom J ell ico, Tenn. people: Supplemental Texton Sharp, of the O. . district court, Liberty; restoration and reissue Hertt Known Captain Dead. afternoon senteneed County ford Hinkle (deceased), Inez; increase Greeni'I'. Ky., Jan. 10. Capt- - James Frank Prater, of ijravvin Car-- r John Klineoline. jr., Westport; coBnty, to 30 nays in jail for ob- - Pierce, the well known Cincinnati and Mathew H. Young, Ashland; reissue ructing justice. I rsiter's particular Pomeroy steamboat pilot, died at his John W. Robinson, Rotnwell; reissue home four miles north of here. He and increase bcott Graves, McKin-neSense was an assaultoii Commissioner had been as well as usual until about rwgory. four o'clock p. m., when he complained Mayor Tyler Ha IIL Tare a Hole Through Ulsn. of his heart hurting him, and died Hr.NDKlwo.v, Ky., Jan. 8. James BaLouisvillk. Ky., Jan. 13. M'arnr twenty minutes after. enry S Tyler, who is verv ill, can ker, of tne Corydon neighborhood, rdly survive Monday, and br tne started hunting and the gun was disAccident Nnr High Hrldge. charged, tending the entire charge arter of the city. Ilobrt F. Kin. J.t-- i 10 TunXicholasville, Kv., In esident of the board of iliierinen. an nel JSo. 1. on the Cincinnati southern, through the man's breast and in close P. A. republican, will succeed him near High Hriage, Wednesday after- proximity to his heart. The wounded ttii the council selects nis noon, a flat car belonging to a con- man ran 50 yards after being shot, and Qspecta'nur'ar AinMiM struction train was broken up. Xo one died as he was being taken into a Daxvillil Ky., Jan. 9. A white was injured, but trains were delayed neighboring house. man claiming to be James Izy, from until the debris could be removed. The Late Judge Jackson's Successor. Lima, O.. was arrested here WednesFkankxort, Ky., Jan. 8. Gov. BradComing Kentucky Marriage. day. He answered tne description of ley has officially announced his apHenry Price, wanted at Midulesboro, Veksailles, Ky., Jan. 10. Miss Bet-ti- pointment of Judge L II. Noble, of Burford, prominent in Versailles Louisville, to succeed the late Judge for burglary. society, will be married. Saturday to William L. Jackson, on the criminal The Georgetown, Kt., Postmaster. George J. Dexter, of Dallas, Tex. Miss bench of the Jefferson circuit court. Vashi.notos, Jan. 9. David A nominated to be postmaster at Burford went to Bardstown, Ky., last The commission has been signed and week to visit her uncle, and tue wed- sent to Judge Noble. Georgetown. Ky., was confirmed Tuesday, but the confirmation, through an ding will occur there. One Man Billed In a CellUlon. oversight, was not announced until Somerset, Ky., Jan. 8. As a local Jlrn. helton tTlns. "Wednesday. up the Fkaskfoht, Ky., Jan. 10. In the re- freight was pulling Tuesday Norwood place northItt Goods sierrhant Aale;iia. W. H. publican joint caucus Thursday night, hill near thistrain ran into heracaboose Hopkixsville, Ky., Jan. 9. Mrs. George Shelton, of Adair, again bound work Mitchell, a ury good- - merchant at won the nomination for state librarian instantly killing Charles Singleton, of Vebo. made an assignment Wednesday over Miss Corinee Wilson, of Williams-- , this place. The train crew jumped and were not injured. Trains were not deoJ. E. Bo3'd. Liabilities estimated at town. layed by the wreck. 5,000, with assets not over S2,000. Itait Mre Near Lexington. Boys Arrested For Bora Stealing. Fatal Tall on the Ire. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 10. EHerslie, Louisa, Ky.. Jan. 8. John Simpkina. a suburb east of this city, is burning. Veksailles. Ky., Jan. 9 Mrs. Wasserboecr, aged 70. fell on the It consists of 30 frame cottages. There aged 20, and Wm. Jones, aged 17, were I ppery walk in front of her residence is no fire protection and companies arrested here ior stealing two fine horses from Hem Virus and John V;dnesday morning and died of her have gone from this city. In Breathitt county. They sold ajuries. the horses in this vicinity, but the purCrushed Under the Wheels. A Victim of Apuplexy. 8. Near chasers got back most of what thsy Ky., Jan. Henderson, Ehisesck, Ky.. Jan. l J. J. Reese, prominent farmer, died suddenly of Pottsvlile, Henry Brady's team became paid for thenL Another Caucus. poplexy. He. was S9 years of agr, frightened and ran away, causing him FnASKFORT, Ky., Jan. 8. Chnirman ad one of Henry county's largest to lose bis balance. He fell directly in front of the vehicle, the wheels of Jones announced at 1 o'clock Wednesien. wnich passed over his body, crushingj day morning that he would call anothVoting Por aalooa License. him to death. er caucus io nominate a candidate for librarian. Senator Lay now admits Pieeville, Ky., Jan. 9. The people Hade an Assignment. t PiKe county are undertaking tp re-Hendehsox, Ky., Jan. 8. The Popu- that an error was made, and that Miss the pronibition law by a vote by list weekly, published here by a, stock, Wilson was nominated by a fraction of istricts. company and known as the Courier a vote. made an assignment Tuesday. C ii rron. vt. J. Denoa iniunii... Mill Uestrored by Flrn. Floor Louisville, Ky., Jan. 7. W. J. & Crx'i Kugg, former editor, is made assignee, Paris. Kr., Jan. 11 Curry republican, of Critteaden county, our mill at North .Middletown. wat with authority to settle the affair s of has withdrawn from the contest for estroyed by fire together with 20.00C the concern. d salt, The Obbeis of wheat. Dnited States senator. Congressman Loss 40,000. Fbankfobt, Ky., Jan. 8. The case Godfrey Hunter's friends say this will Co. against Finley, Sib Hexcv Ikvino and his theatrical of the Mason-Foarjrjve him eight more votes and make tapany. ivoen on tour in the United ; Hannen and others was called in the j.his nomination certain. The repubft-- j circuit court and was passed until can caucus- unanimously nominated ates. carry goo tons of scenery, and olSer property ior tUeii Wednesday when the answer of ti t Hon. Charles BUnford for speaker of J j" the house, will bo filed, iays. f 0. 0. Ky.. Jan. 13. Four ang boys living at Waddy. a small .tion on tho Isouthern railroad north Lawrenceburg, had a narrow escape im sudden death in attempting to rpetrate a joke. They went to the ,vns edge to explode a sticic of ilynr.-t- e in a tree to make the innabitunts ieve mere was an earthquake. A mature detonation broKe down the 5, knocking the quartet of jokers tonscious, but not fatally injuring 1.AWKEXCEHUKG. tloe' Strlnai Joke. was released lately. violent. He has grown organization was perfected according to the democratic caucus, with the exception of the oCre ot enrolling clerk, there being a deadlock. The message will be read Wednesday. Konss The hou was called to order Tuesday afternoor. by James K Stone, clerk of the old house, snd the roll of members was csl.ed. showing aeveral absentees, among whom was Dr. Chamber of Kenton county. Tho members were sworn In by Judge Eb Gaines, of this city The republicans control the house. The caucus nominees were elected for the different offlces. Papers were filed In the contest case of Dun-la- p (rep ) ts. Kaufman, of Lexington, and Werner (rep ) ts Thompson, of Owensboro The t of LepreaentatlTS I'ence, ot orlng-towas siso questioned. Barrott. of onto, objecting to his Qualification on tbe ground that Pence was net of legsl age ct the Hue of bis election Pence was sworn In, but his seat right will eertslnly be contested. Tor Receiver at Lakeland Aaylaea. rU-hn, ! I of Ar-tie- tt can-llda- state-at-.arg- e vro-sto- ry woman.whose CO years of life have been filled with good deeds, says the Chicago She is always doing Times Herald. good, and the worthy poor always i.nd in her a friend in need. It wns during the first cold snap this winter that she beard n poor widow, an Irishwoman, with four small children, who were In Kequeftt of a Young Lady Refore need of clothing to protect them from tbe cold. The next day. with a large Her D.ath. Richmond. Ky., Jan. 7. An affecting bundle of clothing, she visited the comscene was witnessed here Monday, at fortless room? of this unfortunate famthe burial of Mist Nettie Black, the ily. The mother had gone out, but I he handsome daughter of D. W. Black, children were there, nnd this old lady, who died of typhoid fever Sunday. She whose charity wcrlc is of the pnvctienl is said to have hod us suitors two sort, proceeded to dress the little ones prominent young men one an edu- herself, beginning with the youngest, cator, another a young business man n mere baby She was just fastenii.g both of whom bedewed the sod with the lait button of the dress of the their tears. Only a few days before eldest girl when the door opened and her death she received a gold bracelet th mother wnlked In. She was chilled from the young buiness man, and her through, tired, and discouraged from dying request was that the bracelet her failure to get work. It took but should be buried with her. A peculiar an InFtant for her to grasp the situafeature of the burial was the fact that tion, nnd when nhe looked Into the she was dressed in black and the kindly face of the benefactress her eyes coffin was black, both symbolic of her were filled with name, this being her last request. "God bless ye. mum, for your kindWithout a Sheriff. ness to my little ones." she said, "and Jackson, Ky., Jan. 7. Breathitt may ye never go to a place tbnt is cold " county is without sheriff or deputies. "My good woman." replied the old Breck Comb, present Sheriff, was to lady, "perhaps the rennon I do this Is requalify Moniay, but resigned. B. F. to avoid going to a place that ia hot." French, of the French Eversole feud, is on his present bond and was here How She Spelled It. when the resignations took place. Everyone knows how to spell "hard County Clerk Hagius refused to qualify water" with three letters, but probaas town trustee, because he btlleves bly Borne readers would be puzzled to the two offices are incompatible. spell "yesterday" with six. A CincinDemocrats tt 111 Abunt ThemvelTee. nati girl could fell them how. according Fkankfukt, Ky., Jan. 7. It is said to tho Enquirer. that the democratic members of the She does not yet go to school, but Is senate have decided to expel a repub- taught by her mother at home. The lican senator for every democrat the other night her father was hearing her republicans unseat jn the house. If Fpell. One word after another was sucthis plan fails a m.tjority of the senate cessfully disposed of, and then he said: and house democrats will absent them"New. Annie, I am going to give you selves from the joint assemblr, there- a hard one. If you spell It correctly by breaking a quorum aud making the I'll bring you some candy. How do election of a United Slates senator im- you spell "yesterday? " possible. It was a hard one. Annie thought of GENERAL ASSEMBLY. the candy, nnd jiw;t then her eye caught Speaker Blanford Olve Out His Commit- the calendar hanging against the wall. Then she answered, with a smile of tritee to the Home. FBAKKroai. Kr., Jan. II. Speaker B'sn-for- d umph: "F-r-- i. yester, day, yesgave out hit committees to the ho jsc terday." Pec-alle. -y, y.' The Hoot on the Other Foot. In hunter's lore there is an idea that the jackal is the Uon's provider; th.it he locates the game and takes the linn to It. Thia superstition has no more foundation than in found in the t that after a lion has slain his quarry the fn-'- Jackals always attend and waitthe conclusion of thi repast, in order to pick up i.e le.ivinf"!. tea cigarette has and promises to cuuse greater ravages than its predecessor, the slender roli of alleged tobacco, which now poisons the air almost etery where in Asia. Europe The person who first and American. dibcotered that green tea would smoEfc is responsible, says the New York Jour-nn- l. for milions of disoidered nerves, stomachs and heads, but. is pronnlily too far gone in adoration of the enervating habit to feel any remorse. Already the new fad has taken possession Of England: it will soon storm l he walls of Paris, and before we crn fortify against it her" we shall be besieged. It will penetrate the boudoir of the ladies, nnd even the orthodox public will no harm in an innocent ea cigarette. Hut none the less n deadly peril lurks within it. Xew areas for the growth of tea are constantly opened up in the east, and the product will be pushed with all the energy of merchants determined to make fortunes. We can een foreice the time when to every pound of tta purchn-e- d for legitimate consumption as a cheeringnnd noninehriating beverage the subtle grocer will add the dainty package of ten cigarettes, enveloped in paper covered with pretty Chinese or Ceylonese designs, thus utg-in- g the entrance of the dmon into the household. Then! It but one compensating feature in the whole business, and that is that at its worst the tea cigarette can never furnish nn effluvium so stifling as that of the American paper roll with which every olllce boy deliberately exposes his lungs to partial paralysis daily. strait-lsic-er- i, 'The Grass," the latest in oi't and stiff Hats. We have a large . line of Gloves, ur "unam .. ni lratte ana nine 1 1 b 1 I iit.nl U 1 1 II THE STORE-HO- i Now m m- Lii - t J nor ! I) E iNi. (, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, .Suspenders, Underwear, ISeck J Wear, Collars and Cuffs, VEEk r Sn ump &i " FT Shirt Jewelry, Shoe Polish and Blacking. Children's School convinced that we have the latest styles and lowest. b? &B CHICAGO. The Big Store VANBiiROiSCCV Shoes a specialty. Give us a call and AT YOUR HOME. Our 208 Pagb fall Gaiaiogus Handsomely illustrated and t V beginning to end with best from our immen's; stocks wil. prompt.y on application prices. Wallace 12 k itei 'paper. FRE When sending for it mentu n Ill rsfSjiyirEiBftl I? S:it-r4- ay TTf-l- At-jme- y y, Friday. The judiciary committee is as fellows: Fllppin. Howard, Rice. ICaunuian. CarWater Famine In Ponth Africa. roll. Lyons. Clark. Robblns, Swlnford. MunicThe South African newspapers nre ipalities Thompson. Leibertb. Carson, Lyons, Burnam, Pence. Ashcraft, KauSinan, Tompfull of amusing incidents in connection kins. Revenue nnd Taxation i hlnn. Chamwith the Itund wnter famine. Soda waLyons Is chairman on the circuit bers. ter at five Hliillingsn bottl is in general comon the education courts and use. for culinary and washing purposes. mittee. General Statutes Black, chalrm-m- . Public Morals Graziant Poor, tho populist Tbe demand for Florida, bay rum. e'nu member from Pendleton, was provided for de cologne nnd other liquids of I!k. with the chalrmnnshlp ot the agricultural and manufactures committee. The house commit-fre- e character Is unpreerdcntedly great. and on rules made a report which was adopted. anything thnt can be pressed into the The twoconteit committees announced that service of the toilet omniands n fancy they had organized and were ready to proceed price. A mixture of nmmonin and to tike evidence la the Werner vs. Thompson and Dunlsp vs. Kauffra-- n cases. 1h- - gov- lavender wnter is said to yield satisfacwas received at 11:19 aad was tory results, and even vaseline and ben-sin- e ernor's read lathe house. nre by no menus despised. Gov. Bradley Bends m III ssszgR&T iHsLyfyISM Iff E3E22-S- 2 l! xfi ea f J Ira ia mjEJEi d fe .j e Ad-am- i, Heu-i4t- ta Cau-dil- l, al De-Bo- e, Mason-Foar- d cos-me- a : 11. At 11:30 Friday Gov, Bradley's message was sent to and read in the house. The governor recommends a new state capital building and a new governor's mansion. The message condemn mob law and asks for the passage of laws imposing rigid penalties. . It also recommends new judicial legislative appointment laws and the man. An A cod Kentucky Couple. abolishment of the bureau of agriculleTfrS Soldier, Ky., Jan. IL Lewis Darture, register of lands and commoncounty, is said wealth's attorney. It asks for the pas- win and wife, in Rowan sage of laws imposing severe penalties to be the couple in the for violation of election rules and that state. They were ms.rried in 1815, the foreign corporations be compelled to groom beinir then 27 nnd the bride 31, organize under the laws of this state aud are now 107 and 101 years of age before being allowed to do business respectfully. Four generations of thit centenarian couple 'vere present rehere. It estimates an increased deficit in cently at tbe celebration of thsir wedthe state treasury next June and indi- ding anniversary. Only five of their 12 children are now living. cates thai it will be impossible to reduce the rate of state taxation. It Lonilcn'fr 1I1r trneei. proposes cut in the salaries' of state The big wheel at Earl's Court, Lon- TUP officials aad the increase of license don, has so been an undoubted sucfees of all kinds in order to replenish cess. It hasfar n record of 15 weeks' only the state treasury. work, bnt during that brief period receipt amount to upwnrd of 23,000. A Black riend Left the Girl Upon tna noil or un nverage of 3i0 per day. The Foese In Pnrsutt. HoPKissvitLE, Kjr., Jan. IS. Nswi totnl number of pamenpers carried has been received in this city of a moat round thn wheel wns 430.000. The result Is nn interim dividend of ten per brutal assault made upon a white by a Negro near Esrling-toStation, cent, and a future diJ,dend of nine per Friday. Miss Ida Stull, who lives cent., with 2.000 canned to the depreat Providence, nu walking- home ciating account. when the alone frorn Ecrlinjrton, TVhero Wnter-Deep. colored man overtook her about four A deeper spot in thi ocean than yet miles from Providence. She would not known has been found recently by talk to him, and ne followed her down majesty's surveying jihip Pcniruin h'T I the railroad track to a neck of woods. lntittiilp 21 degrees 4C minutes south, He then grabbed her, and when she tried to escape drew a pistol, but see- longitude 173 degrees 10 minutes west. A fault In the wlrecnused thesounding ing- tom! men coming' he mr.do his escape, after chok'njr her into a state of to be abandoned atttr 4,900 fathoms Mai sTrasTsrsTai-SrSrSrHirBrn LI Lil Insensibility. Several posses of men had lieen run out wijiheut tOUchlBC i arriK u L -l ii I n ui iuuhi-II bet torn. are oat after hisi i hui"'huJhi-'ii- " x to the House. Fbahkfort, Ky., Jan. THE MESSAGE. the llelatod Document Cut to I'iecea. 11. Allan aged 65, stabbed a man named Willis Doty, near this city, from tue effect rail of which Doty Qietl Friday morning-IlalleEM surrendered and is in jail awaiting- an examining trial. Bal lew claims that Doty bis been too intimate with his wife, and, catching the guilty pair in a compromising position, proceeded to cut him into shreds. is a respected and well known old (kj Lancastkk Ky., Jnn. Bal-le- pa -I- -- 3 sesSSHSSSSSa ii fS hi? IS In p---i Order to lleducc Our Immense Stock of New Full and Winter Clothing, lap We will To - Dny Begin a """ IA. K A Bal-le- pa eaa '"tlft-- . jflA. jjya sjjl oldest-marrie- d 11 tsroJ Aiid sell them at a Greatly Reduced Price. Our line of Suits and Overcoats is by far the largest and best in town, rib We have all grades, and in whatever you may want. BraJ Come and Get a Bargain. ffc'Bj l lui. Mil , s STEEET, IEt SI S.s,aMliLXNl "SrHJiSrSilBBP'iraTsirsilrMrlHiriJSrrrllWrSZBioTTivonsrxD,ISJfflrMi b,n n liij tsiiniiiaiir ni'iai rfiawirr I TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS, ' I HfrUi rallSTl fc- i - r' esirrL 1 n .l aviim. ril airr. Uni mini 1" " -- ac aw i nuBKirxi: wrVi, nnlsinl HiniejiijauKJaTK .l w. ocr--..ii . mi. esinllaBTr-T; .- j-- r--. II ex tea tmejBi7f- -j , . r--j t iw - aCraliSarUSI n - m J m 'C c a ii j !l- -.- i - r & -- z r-- t s ulf 3 "f" ' &v sr rfeffg-'Sff- TTWrn le r iT2SSS ajk- wjml. llyMUiyy3Syrtj:--'- T .r. ... .,&Sigl ftaKaSaS8atiSHBI&s js. fLjLy' ,aaaaeaameMaaeaaTaanawma '!""' HHHHBBBHBBHBHBBHHBBiHWMBflff ,.r " , m ' -- r, . - . ' '-"- - 4 - "M" - '- - S , V -- H?5?iir3 ' ' r. "' fr ' Z'-t-'- j 1 faded Pzpej KENTUCKY NEWS. Tbo Laturst KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. of the Tha Hcraaa Held No Keln Th 8nat Ion. llelit a Short PaArKpenr, Ky., Jan. a The scaste held a short anil uueTenlful session at noon Wednesday and completed its organization by elect-la- g Senator Goebel, of Covington, president s. Ner From All tart Cum uiun v ritl lb. THE TIE UBOKEN. L.Clalator and tli )tpahllc- mm uw flava Majority. Fraskfoict. Ky., Jan. 13. llepre-3Qtative lxaac Wtlnoo. of NrKoncoun- . died Saturday inorului; at 5 o'click - d the party deadlock ju the asseiu- f was broken. Mr. Wilson was a democrat anil bad en brought here several days ago in lying condition. Jim greale-- desire m to lie long1 enough to vole for natnr ltlackburn iu the joint amiably, but death came before that riiHl in the senatorial contest bad Wilfton a Ok, pro tern., and M-Emma 'Walter Herr. of Lexington, enrolling clerk. Senator Gross, one of the holdover senators, who was absent Tuesday on account of sickness, was resworn according to a precedent established Tuesday. liousK Tha bouse s not In seislon Wednesday, having adjourned Tuesday In honor of St. Jackson. IN THE LICKING. w-- ownership. Oteof our brightest young .;& shlppsr', il83.ri select inwvers waa conducting tne butchers'. 0ft2.s&: gooi picker, no ;J7r and he very Ingeniously introduced In common and rough, islr to medium. 70, m LlilUl IHE evidence the above mentioned doini- .Cxtsa. ep: Extra, tit Shkp axd nicit rooster, which belonged to the in reached. common to fair, I.6S: choice. liiOdlO): to the 'At. Wilson was too ill to make any Extr. lt.SZ0a Lambs:common to fair, txzsgodd te j defendants, in order betw een his roost- ilority In appearance jioa 7i; s r $. k .i' . ivass before his election, and it was i f. Fine merino, per lb . 83 ership and thj suspected chickens, 11 know n at that time that he was till ai ElftKeit Swna Bfann 1 St i a e taM V. lo. mrtla " barnyard WiW , f icted with a fatal liver trouble, tlw. corse. lit no: delaine and elothlag, .: st Wednesday at his request a magis-t- e medium combing, lie. Washe I: Flee merino, ' on the place where the two boys livitl. X to XX. por lb. lJ.tMc; medium olnthlng. Ho; nnd the disputed chickens were bo very called at bis room ami adminis-c- d delalae. fleece, UTitBc: long combing, 14 He; much nke hIm lrJ coIor an6 otfaer w the nath of oflice to the already horse was found later with bridle and Quarter blocd and low, Hiilc the .Xl' r ng man, but he never wa able to saddle on waiting for his master's reSiYo,Jan II. that no one doubted they were his lmal turn. upy the seat. JHeihoil ot imtru- ttmi t March, 0H jwMs; May. C7H 3 descendants. The rooster, when put Whxat ncwill g've a tr. About nine o'clock in tho evening;, "he houss was in session only fire i on the stand, began nt once to crow in Double an.i nl 5 Wo. Conn-M- ay, No. 2. H adjourning as a Mr. Pock's family were- awakened by lUBtUv. aa if disirine- to nroclnim thi lutes Saturday, ; II.mi!. kerpiii-bv Hwil at I r Oats No. 2, February, 24e: May, 4Ke bldj innocence of the accused, and rk of rrspect to the deceanod and dies of help, coming from the river, furnished western, OF U ONE - FOURTH winting the usual committee to at-.- and, upon investigation, saw a man much amusement to the court. After Toledo. Jan. 11. Pit ICE to limited nHworr .. struggling in the swollen waters of No. 2 red cash. COVc: May, CSJic; hearing all th evidence in the case the funeral. What POOLROOM CASE. Our method oi iftttnt- lion '.. July, 64Ve: No. S red cash. tie. the Licking. Every mtans was used and Inspecting1 the rooster the jude Mipeior to that m ant OoKK No. 2 mixed, cash, C9!c SPEAKER BLANOFORO to rescue the man, but all to no pur- The Court of Appeale Hears the Fatn-n- f discharged the prisoners nnd told the ndn-ot totHnonnU Oais Na 2 mixed Msy. JOe Malt. "harp and llolttn-aya limine a UurrALO, Jsa 1L a ieell Klertloa pose, lie had gone out upon tho ice prosecutor that, while It was perhaps vin4 to he Herii i.t m Ky.. Jan. 10. The fa Frankfort, which lines the bank of the river la .Uon County. Cattls Old cows, tiCO s.: fair to good true he had lout his chickens, yet he fli.e. O r on n'e in -of his danger. The body has nous bharp and Bollinger poolroom bulla. fxUtXOO veals lower at tl.8ii8.tO foi was convinced ramcfokt. Ky.. Jan. IX The detn- men' - in.iter the they had become the Brewer leaves a wid- cases were argued before the court of fair to nrlme. tts in tha legislature are torn up been recovered. anai.irin.Hcor.Birr t. snd heavy, 1400: Yorkers, prey of owls or 'possums, appeals Thursday by Judge V. Wi the liii;Ht te5trre oi cumpi 't r Speaker IJlandford'u hesitancy ow and eight children. iiMiiw: pica, nS" Prime lsmbs, commonCleary, who represented the .ilt.ii'1'il h correspondence. ailing a special election in Nel- Shiip and Lambs P4 THE GOOD SAMARITAN IN CHINA 11 alls m and Newport Taxpayers Object. Zack B.10: good. wealth, and T. F. : J.T85C4 3S; light to oncoffHir KeniucVv slu.1. nt county to (ill the Tacaoey caused 9. In the circuit Newpokt, Ky., Jan. poolj Phelps for the the death of Representative Wil- - court CoL Nelson, acting for certain rooms were fined poolrooms. in The lower roiled sheep, good to choice. t3.WJJ.Ti; extra, lie Would Have 13en Likely to Get Illra-se- lf K.V , O. ICKLJFFe4.004.ia the SOUeach Into Trouble. They say the speaker prom- - taxpayers, brought auit to enjoin the PinsBURCK. Pa. Jan. II Capitat Citj Ciinmer.iai L court, and un order entered directing, One dark evening I was returning ad- on Saturday to issue his writ Mon- Catti. Receipts llgnt, demand steady; peka, N..iHa. city from having the old buildings on to abate the nuisance. 3FB Verx rtl iy for an election on January 81, the barracks ground torn down. The the sheriff rooms appealed to the su- market fair, prices are unchanged dull and home from a call on one of our Eng UKVTUMKN 4 - I heavy: market Ifoas Receipt The pool lish neighbors in Taiyuenfu, writes . .inch might le in time for hii slices- - last act of the council that has just jWit.the irxi perior court, and that court affirmed lower: all grades, wethtri, tS K054.00 common I'rof. C. M. Cady in Century. When not or to vote for senator, but the speaker ended its term of service was to let a siiuction bt mail, otii (Mi SHIIP Export the judgment as to the fine of S"00, n, calves, far from our compound ami paper are up to tiat the road h deliberating Saturday night and tearing down and re- but reversed that part directing the to prime tz.00d3.j, lambs. 13.00O& contract for the xo.i7.ca Irte in tutir raching. crossed nn open space of several acres .ays he has not determined when he moval of the old army structures. For ON Chicaoo, Jan. It INTO PUBLIC FAVOR sheriff to act in the matter, and did so com- - arc terj exp!icl am plain. sold at in extent. As I was finding my way issue the writ. (rails on May wheat opened at itthis work the city agreed to pay 81,51)0, d the science ot Book Jwrepina at lc, along by the dim light of a Chinei OWc. last price MH 60c. Puts Eight days' notice of the holding of and operations were to be commenced on the ground that the lower court self should have had the owners and sold at S8X !c, last price &9c t lio ne Just ai well, and s,r ACCOUNT OF ITS SIZE AND QUAUTfelTS Inntorn nauwlit oliitnUlnJ n..n iL. hi election is required and Wiison's t Wednesday. Calls on May corn opened at 28H:8Hc sold. I operators of the pool rooms arrested, Youia r. r ol board, etc. ccessor will not be in the joint as- body ot n man bo had fallen Z the . p ned si by "S8 Puts M. r instead of simply directing the sheriff at MMc. last price tsWe.iMSo. price fcH jiSSo. way. My tirst Kobbed of a fortune. mbly, and Hunter will be elected last waa to take impulse t8Vi"cS8C. sold at Owextowx, Ky., Jan. 9. "Uncle" to abate the nuisance. BALTIMORE, Jan. II. Full particulars rnt Irer r. Owing to the fa4re to issue a writ hold of the person and ascertain if The commonwealth appealed from VTniAT No. 2 red spot and January. 07.) help was needed; farmer livAddress lig this f election, Wilson's succefcMir can not Boce Mason, a but for some reason Mill, this county, the decision of the superior court, and C7Kc: southern. 68u7a X3Vi I did not, but hurried home to get aid. elected until January 24 or after. ing near Hammond's ClPITiL Oil fJIHRHU S3Sc: Februarv. Coitw Mixed ipot. YE the question was argued before the mixed, JtSicS2e soulhera, is huccrssor will not be named in was robbed of S4.815 Monday night at Mr. X wns still ttith us, and on hearing court of appeals Thursday and submit' X3MU33HC. steamer 1.6 6th m , lo...! 12 o'clock by three men. They terrori'dc to vote for Senator ltlackburn. A decision will probably not be ttH'tbc 2 white western. 24 2ttf c. Xo. I my statement said: Oatb N'o. Mi a say positively that they will re- - ized the family by shooting into the ted. "YeR, I know; the man is dead, nnd mixed. SlhiQiZc : to go into tiie joint assembly house. The carried off a little table handed down for several weeks yet. it is fortunate that yon did not attempt KTX Na 2, 40c for western. 'S3 9 1 I R 9 3 .esday, January 21, on account of that contained the money. The res I iKniAMAFuUs, Ind., Jan 1L da 9 Pensions for Kaotuvay leople to touch the body. Should we now mains of the table were found half a 4.13; m, and will try by this means to Cattlb Good to choice steers, 10 Pensions Washington, Jan. try to remove it, or even go to it, we mne from the house the next morning. medium, fJ f0 3 80. common. s 3U&l.bu 18 I ealta quorum. following Hoes Oood to choice medium and heavy, should no doubt be seen, and at once Of the amount taken S1.400 was in have been issued to the HUMOfl ON THfc UtrlVn. I Original James Compton, t3sO(K: mixed and heavy, M7iai83. com- suspicion would attach itself to us, nnd CIGARETTES OF GREEN TEA. Shot as lie Itnti. gold. Fiourney; renewal and increase John mon lights. 3.7J 3 ea none could tell the consequences. We Characteristic Anecdote of Lord Uowen, They Tell Us That They Are Now Smoked Vehsaili.kh, Ky.. Jan. 13 John Sto- 14.; Deadlock at t atlettaburg. Sntir Uood to choloeto Iambi, sheep, 4.'0: might cause n riot before morning." Vt. Ccmpton, l'ikeville; increate: Jas. the KnglUh Jurist. E i THE STORE-hG- b shot and hadlv wounded James good 9. The choice common, In -- Society." Ky., Jan. Si CATLETTsnuiio, The late Lord Bow en, besides beinp-It should be ssid that this suspicion leman near Morton.nville. Itoth are four republican councilmen blocked L. Rock, Rio; Jacob llofllin. Louis'The green tea cigarette has arrivtd, great jude, Mas also a great wit, nnd and promises to cause greater ravages CANINE TRAMP. would not have been because we were ored. Coleman i 30 rears old and the installation of new appointive city ville: original widows, eta: Elendeti Now l tip . many interesting bon mots of his aro lh- n .b. 1 2fi. Coleman suspected stoiial officers by remaining away and pre- Brown, McKinncy; bamuel Uresham Hulldoc Walka From Chicago to Ttarrods-bar- ' foreigners, for a native under sim than its predecessor, the slender roli of u ( a tloor t I). 1'. ilar circumstances would likewise have being recalled just now. On the being unduly intimate with his venting a quorum. The council is (father), Otter Pond; reissue Mecie . Ky., In Jueat of Ilia Master. alleged tobacco, which now poisons tho . Louisville; (mother), J- of the queen's jubilee, hays Housejwgwife and, aieeting him n the composed of five republicans, three btepbenson HAKK(Dnuito, Ky., Jan. 7. A fine run the risk of being charged with air almost everywhere in Asia. Kurope id, began to chastise hi-Mahal democrats and a democratic mayor, Amanda P. Marley, Carsville; .Margaret The Good Samaritan hold Words, the judges were drawing nnd American. bulldog, named Ginger, the murder. w ho first The person up an address to the queen. itantly drew a pistol and as Coleman but one republican. Win. Crum, has Jester, Newport; harah Jane weary and foot sore, walked into the would have fartd hardly In China discotcred that green tea would smoKfe . Charley; Helen E. lollings, livery stable of Mr. John L VanarBdal or most likely v?ould have been sus"Conscious as we are of our short- is rned and ran shot him in the agreed to rote with the democrats. Louisville. Mexican war widow barafa responsible, says the New York Jour.6- ae ball piercing his bodv. Siob.tl was Monday morning. He had tramped all pected of doing the kind deed for somo comings," ran the address; "conscious nal, for milions of disoidered nerves, Another attempt will be made to hold Montgomery, Mauluon. aptured in Versailles and ptacod in tne elections Tnursdav. the way from Chicago, 400 miles. How ultimate gnin while the priest and the as we are of one another's shortcom- stomaebs and heads, but. is probrhly ,aiL Coleman may get well. Not too far gone in adoration he found his way and obtained food Levite would have been accounted not ings," suggested Lord Bowen. Democrats Will Cancae. of the enerN Und w l'ouitry show at (altarow. long ago he was asked to sit in the adbut. prudent. Ky., Jan. 10. The dem- are facta known only to himself. Frankfokt, vating habit to feel any remorse. AlIlrothera Fttral Glasgow. Ki, Jan 9. The first anmiralty court. Upon taking his seat ready the new fad has Two years and a half ago Mr. R. E. West Lihektv, Ky., Jan. 11. Tom, nual exhibition o the Uarren County ocratic managers held consultations Coleman, of taken possesinGinger, this place, sion of England: it will soon storm the Frank and Will Hopkins brothers, Poultry club began nero Wednesday Thursday, and as a result it is author- then not quite one yearshipped Messrs. THANKFUL MOTHER'S BLESSING he asked indulgence on account of Sr M $2S3S old, to experience in admiralty business. itatively stated that the democratic while at work in a barn, quarreled morning and continues through Charity's Iteward-TPlace Where It It "And may there be no mounings of the walls of Paris, and before we ci'n V.HBURQI&CC1. for Rosser, Coleman & Hoge, contractors ever the division of their work. Will, Never Cold. fortify against it hero we shall be beThursday and Friday. The in- joint caucus tonominateacandidate on the Chicngo drainage canaL One 3 bnr." he added, the youngest, aged 1C. attacked Tom dications are mat it will be the largest senator will be held Friday night. It month ago, tiie contract being finished, There is nn old lady on the West side, Sometimes his "when put out to sieged. It CHICAGO. wit wa very decisite. of the ladies,will penetrate the boudoir with a pitch fork. Tom took the im- poultry show ever held in southern needs only five hours notice to call, Maj. beneiolent-lookin- g a and even the Ed Rosser and family left Chicago as. for instance, when he remarked: and the petition was gotten up by plement away from him and ntalihrd Kentucky. Breeders of poultry are womnn.whose 00 j'enrs of life hare been orthodox public will see no harm in the requisite number of member and returned to this place. Before filled with good doeds, says the Chicngo "Truth will out. even in an affidavit." an innocent tea cigarette. him six times with akmV 'J'lie in-- ! here from a distance. Hut none leaving, Maj. Rosser left orders for Not the least happy of his recorded Thursday. jured boy is dying and oflictrs are on She is ulwnys doing Ginger to be shipped here, but he Times Herald. JutrK Ju.tlre. witticisms was the remark he made the less a deadly peril lurks within it. d of the knife-usethe track who New nreas for the growth of ten are KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. Louisa, Ky.. Jan. 9. John Simpkina started out on his own hook. When good, and the worthy poor always find when congratulated on his appointAT YOUR HOME. immediately after the cutting. It U and W illie Jones, atred 21 and 17. were he arrived here Monday morning he in her n friend in need. It wns during ment to be a law lord. lie would, he constantly opened up in the east, unil Both Ilonaee Aaaamble and Orginlse bought he has gone to 'Ictus, where the first cold snap this winter that she said, find the work easy, his duty beirg the product will be pushed with all the arrested here Sunday in possession of was speedily attended to. Deadlock: lo the senate. a e came from veral weeks ago. heard n poor wicow, an Irishwoman, to give his opinion after so many others energy of merchants determined to two fine horses sto.en from Breathitt FRAMtroRT. Jan, 8. Sikatb The senators were calicd to order Tuesday afternoon. An DRESSED IN BLACK. were in had with four email children, who countv. They were indicted Tuesday organization A Ulrrluiiiatlon. giten theirs. "In fact, I only liae make fortunes. We can eten forette b? was perfected according to the of from to trial Fbaskfort. Ky.. Jan. 13. It w.ii and broughtconfessed, Weunes-da-were morn- democratic caucus, with the exception ot the Peculiar Keqaeat of a Voang Lady Tlefora need cold.clothing lo protect them large to agree, and might well hswt been the time when to etery pound of Ua purch.i-egiven office ot enrolling clerk, there being a deadand The next day, with a the for legitimate consumption Her Heath. srned Sunday nieht that the cm-itte- e ing. They raised to the peerage as 'Lord as u cheering nnd noninebriating beverlock. The messnge will be read Wednesday. two years in the penitentiary. Richmond. Ky., Jan. 7. An sffecting bundle of clothing, she visited the comappointed by the house of " Houss The boute was called to order Tuesage the subtle grocer will add the was witnessed here Monday, at fortless roome of thic unfortunate famijumac" Milu to wait on the miniKtcrs of day afiernoor by ot the scene dainty package of tea cigarettes, enThe Hoot on thn Other Foot. Ky., Jan. 9 Wm. old house, snd theJamesof E btont. clerk cal.ed. the burial of Mist Nettie HorKlNSVlLLK, the ily. The mother had gone out, but the e Frankfort churches and invite roll members was Handsomely illustrated and t ' In hunter's lore there is an idea that veloped in paper covered with pretty an to open each da s sesiion with Chanton. a merchant at Kelley, hai showing aeveral absentees, among whom was handsome daughter of D. W. Black, children were there, and this old lady, beginning to end with best e ayer has determined not to invite brougnt suit for 53,000 damages against Dr Chamber of Kenton county. The mem- who died of typhoid fever Sunoay. She whose charity work is of the practical the jncknl is the lion's provider: that Chinese or Ceylonese designs, thus uig-inwere from our immense stocks wih e Catholic priest. This was broucht the L. & N. Railroad Co., for the burn- bers city sworn In by Judge Eb Gaines, of is said to huvc had as suitors two sort, proceeded to dress the little ones he locates the game and takes the lion the entrance of the dmon into the The republicans control the bouse. this i:,,4, t... OHt by the A. P. A. members, who ing of his store and its cont nts a prominent young men one an edu- herself, beginning- - with the youngest, to It. Thi.t superstition ha no more household. There ii but one compenJJiUllipi.JK uu appm-auu. j . , The caucus nominees were elected for the difp! cator, another a young business man reatened to walk out of the house a 'O. the fire having caught, he says, ferent oHres. She was just fastenii.g a mere baby foundation than i found in the faet. sating feature in the whole business, p Papers were filed In the contest case of both of whom bedewed the sod with the lart button of the dress of the that after n lion has slain his quarry the and that is that at its worst the tea icnever the priest praved. '1 ne sen-- t from sparks from an engine. (rep ) vs. Kuutman. of Lexington, snd their tears. Only a few days before eldest girl when the door opened and will hare no such trouble, ai it has Jnckals alwnys .ittend and wait, the con- cigarelte ean never furnish an efAdjntliieil of Uumuuil Mind. Werner (rep ) vs Thompson, of Owensboro eadj' invited all the ministers to Lancastkk, Ky., Jan. 0. Robert The rlcht of hepresentatlve Pence, of orlng-to- her death she received a gold bracelet the mother walked in. She was chilled clusion of thi repast, in order to pick fluvium so stifling as that of the Ameren its sessions. from the young buiness man, and her through, tired, and discouraged from was also questioned. Barrott. of Ohio, obup ti.e le.ivinr". ican paper roll with whieh every oflice Elavin. son of Hon. Ben Slavin, f thii When sending for it mentu n of jecting to bis qualification on the ground that 1 dying request was that the bracelet her failure to get work. It took but boy deliberately exposes his lungs to county, was Wednesday adjuda-e12 'paper. Tour lloa Sfrloua .loka. legal age nt the time of his should be buried with her. A peculiar the Pence was not of partial paralysis daily. Iawkesckhuho. Ky.. Jan. 11 Four unsound mind. He has been in and electioa Pence was sworn In, but his seat feature of the burial was the fact that an InFtnnt for her to grusp the situation, nnd when nhe looked Into the asylum once before, but improved right will eertslnly be contested. ang boys living at Waddy. a small she was dressed in black and the kindly face of the oenef actress her eyes was released lately. He has grown .tion on tho Jouthern railroad north for Receiver at Lks!and Aayluna. symbolic of her were filled with tears. was black, violent. 8. Eui.iexce. Ky., Jan. It can be coffin this being bothlast request. Lawrenceburg, had a narrow escape name, her "God bless ye, mum, for your kinddefinitely atated that Dr. E. R. Moody,-om sudden death in attempting to Crated by"a Wir Itnllet. Without a SherllT. ness to my little ones," she said, "and this place, will be appointed to the rpetrate a joke. They went to the Jackson, Ky.. Jan. 7. Breathitt may ye never go te a place thnt is cold " Louisville, Ky., Jan. la "Yankee position of receiver at the Likeland tvn's edge to explode a stick of dynr,- Bill" Crawford was taken to Lakeland asylum. Dr. Moody has received Gov. county is without sheriff or deputies. "My good wom.in." replied the old te in a tree to make the inhabitants CrawBradley's positive assurance of his se- Breck Comb, present Sheriff, was to lady, "perhaps thi reason I do this Is ieve mere was an earthquake. A asylum Thursday afternoon. mature detonntion bro.ee don n the ford imagines that he is worth S40').. lection, and only the formal announce- requalify Moniay, but resigned. B. P. to avoid going to a place that is hot." 000,0(0, and that he and s, knocking the quartet of jokers ment of the appointment remains. French, of the French Eversole feud, Mellett are together worth 5800,00(1,-00Dr. Moody is a capnble physician and a is on his present bond and was here Hon Nhe Spelled it. conscious, but not fatally injuring Crawford's ailliction is duo to a popular man. The position, which when the resignations took place. m. Everyone knows how to spell "hard wound in the bead received at the bat- pays from $1,200 to 81.500 a year, is at County Clerk Hagins refused to qualify water" with three letters, but proballohAon a CnnrtlHle. Gettysburg. present held by Mr. Brinley, appointed I as town trustee, because he btlleves bly Bomf readers would be puzzled to Ky.. Jan. 13. Gen. E. II. tle of XBlbVil.l.F.. the two offices are incompatible. by Gov. Brown. spell "yeBtenlay" with six. A Cincinoson, of Greensbiirg. senior rice Ills tuanla 1'ruTrd ratal. Democrats Mill Abaant Tliemaelvea. A 3Ianla for shooting; fllcnaelf. nati girl could tell them how. according nmander of the National G. A. U., Ky., Jan. 10. Hiram Paixtsville, Fkankfuiit, Ky., Jan. 7. It is said to tho Enquirer. Louisa, Ky., Jan. & Albert Shan.yrand commander of the depart--to- f McFarlin, who was shot by Gratz the democratic members of the She does not yet go to school, but is Kentucky. auno,inces his at baylersville the night before non, a Negro. SO years old. shot him; that have decided to expel a repubsenate taught by her mother at home. The for delegate from the I'lirivTfnfts , (iid Thursdav mnrnint.. self through the stomach and died soon . j lican senator for every democrat the to the repuniican national conAruett. who was out on 10,000 bail, afterward. The peculiar point in the republicans unseat in the house. If other nichtier father waa hearing her case was that he had an uncontrolablo ppell. One word after another was sue- - j vention at bt. Louis. was piaced in jail without bond, and this plan fails a m.tjority of the senate the charge of willful murder placed mania for shooting himself whenever and house democrats will absent them- cessfully disposedI of. and then he said: lioardlnir lioae Mrrw ha took hold of a pistol. He had shot "Now. Annie, i.m going to give you Paris, Ky., Jan. 13. W. A Bacon's against him. himself three times within the past selves from the joint assemblv, there- a hard one. If you spell it correctly making the I'll bring you frame residence on Main A Suapnet Arretted. few years as a result of this muni a. by breaking a quorum and sorie candy. How do reet, occupied by Jesse Berry as a Danville, Ky., Jan. 10. A man an- He gave no other reason for these acts. election of a United States senator im- you spell yesterday? " larding house, burned with entire swering the description of Henry and declared that he could not help possible. It was a hard on. Annie thought of ontentb bunday norning at five Price, badly wanted at Middlesboro, firing a ball into his body at every opGENERAL ASSEMBLY. the candy, nnd jut then her eye caught dock. No insurance. The lire was arrested on an outgoing freight portunity. Speaker Blanford Give Oat III Cotnmlt-tee- a the calendar hanging against the wall. Parted in a barber shop, which was train by Chief of Police Helm. He Kentucktaas Pensioned. Then she answered, with a smile of trito the lloaae. so burned. claims to be James Isely, from Lima, Washington, Jan. 8. The following d umph: FRAKKroKT. Kv., Jan. IL Speaker yester. day, yes()., and says he was on his way nome pensions were granted to Kentucky Ailoriiev "rut to .1 ll. gave out hit committee! to the ho Jse terday." rrlday. The Judiciary committee Is as folKy., Jan. 13. Judge lrom J ell l co, Tenn. Fkankfout. people: Supplemental Texton Sharp, r, lows: Fllppln, Howard, Rice, KouOuian. CarU. of the district court, Water Famine In Konth Africa. Liberty; restoration and reissue Hert- roll. Lyons. Clark. Robblns, Swlnford. MunicL , ftUtJ Well Known Cmptln Head. afternoon sentem-eCountv The South A frit. newspnpers are Uinkle (deceased), Inez; increase ipalities Thompson. Carson, Lyons, Geeej'CI Ky., Jan. 10. Capu James ford Frank Prater, of Gravson. Car-- r o-- .. mm laHI taM Klineoline, jr., Westport; Burnm.- - Pence, Abcraft, KmOm-- n, Tomp- fnll of nmtising incidents in connection iMiE John SaAate. teoLL Pierce, the well known Cincinnati and Mathew H. Young, Ashland; reissue kins. Revenue and Taxation htnn. Chamcounty, lo .10 oays in j.ul for with the Hand water famine. Soda waPomeroy steamboat pilot, dieu at his John W. Robinson, Rotnwell; reissue bers. Lyons Is chairman on the circuit ter ut five shillings a bottle is in general justit-e- . I'rater's particular courts snd on the educntlon comhome four miles north of here. He and increase Tense was an assaultoii Commissioner Scott Graves, McKin- - mittee. General Statutes Black, chairman. use. for culinary and washing purposes. had been as well as usual until about neyr regory. Public Morals Grcztani. Poor, the populist The demand for Florida, bay rum. e'au four o'clock p. m., when he complained member from Pendleton, was provided for de rologne nnd 01 her liquids of Ilk. Mayor lyler la ceronalv 111. Tore a Hole Through liltn. of his heart hurting him, and died Louisvili.k, Ky., Jan. 13. Maror twenty great, nnd Hendekson, Ky., Jan. 8. James Ba- "vlth the chairmanship of (be agricultural and character Is manufactures committee. The house commitminutes after. enry 5 Tyler, wiio is very ill, can ker, of tne Cory don neighborhood, tee on rules made a report which was adopted. anything thnt ran be pressed into tho rdly survive Monday, and br tne started hunting and the gun was dis- Ihe two contest committees announced that service of the toiler commands a fnncy Accident Nor litch. Bridge. rending the entire charge they had organized and were ready to proceed strter of the city. Robert F. King, Kiciiolasville. Kr., J.im 10 In Tun- charged, the man's breast and in close to take evidence In the Werner vs. Thompson price. A mixture of ammonia and esident of tiie board of tliiermeii. an nel No. 1, on the Cincinnati southern, through Invender wnter is said to yield satisfaccases. lh- govand Dunlap vs. KiuC.-n-P. A. republican, will succce.l him near High Hridge, Wednesday after- proximitySOto his heart. The wounded ernor's ircsjage was received at 11: JO had was tory results, nnd evi'n vnseline and benyards after being shot, and read lnrthe house. itil the council selects nis uccessor. zine are by no meant despised. noon, a flat car belonging to a con- man ran QipeclHl'nurs'.ar AirMmi. struction train was broken up. No one died as he was being taken into a THE MESSAGE. Cut to riecea. DANVit.l.n. Ky., Jan. 9. A white was injured, but trains were delayed neighboring house. liANCASTKii. Ky., Jan. 11. Allan Bal Oot. Bradley Bends the Delated Document man claiming to be James Izr, from until the debris could be removed. Lnte Jndee Jackson's Sneecssor. The lew, aged 65, stabbed a man named Wilto the lionse. agjgsggv!jsnnra rp np;wi; igfST- Era. Lima, O., was arrested here WednesFhankfort, Ky., Jan. 8. Got. BradFrankfort, Ky., Jan. 1L At 11:30 lis Doty, near this city, from tne effects aJ kl Comlnc Kentucky Marriage. day. He answered tne description of fe m ley has officially announced his ape Doty died Henry Price, wanted at Middlesboro, Versailles, Ky., Jan. 10. Miss Bet-ti- pointment of Judge L. II. Noble, of Friday Gov. Bradley's message was of whichsurrendered Fridayismorning in jail Itallew Burford, prominent in Versailles Louisville, to succeed the lata Judge sect to and read in the bouse. The awaiting an examLiingand for burglary. trial. Ballew be married. Saturday to William L. Jackson, on the criminal governor recommends a new state capsociety, will The tieorgetown, Kv., !'o"tmaatr. Doty has been too intiGeorge J. Dexter, of Dallas, Tex. Miss bench of the Jefferson circuit court. ital building and a new governor's claims that "Washington, Jan. a David A Admansion. Tha message condems mob mate with his wife-- and, catching the ams, nominated to be postmaster at Burford went to Bardstown, Ky., last The commission has been signed and law and asks for the passage of laws guilty pair in a compromising position, Georgetown Ky., was confirmed Tues- week to visit her uncle, and tne wed- sent to Judge Noble. proceeded to cut him into shreds. imposing rigid penalties. day, out the confirmation, through an ding will occur there. One Alan Killed In Collision. is a respected a ad well known old It also recommends new judicial legYmm k oversight, was not announced until m Somerset, Ky., Jan. 8. As a. local islative appointment laws and the man. Sim. -- helton Wins. Wednesday. freight was palling tip the Norwood abolishment of the bureau of agriculCoaple. An Aced Kentucky Fkaskfobt, Ky., Jan. 10. In the re- hill near this place Tuesday a north 1 1 B a m n . Soldier, Kv., Jan. 1L Lowis Dar ture, register of lands and commonlirr Goods Merchant Aaalinia. publican joint caucus Thursday night, Hopkissville, Ky., Jan. 9. W. H. Mrs. George Shelton, of Adair, again bound work train ran into her caboose wealth's attorney. It asks for the pas- win and wife, fn Rowan county, is said XA. e2Sa" - aTfc dSw 'tB JaBMaW Jm&mOX JL. Mitchell, a ory good- - merchant at won the nomination for state librarian instantly killing Charles Singleton, of sage of laws imposing severe penalties to be the couple in the mm Vebo. made an assignment Wednesday over Miss Corinee Wilson, of Williams-town- . this place. The train crew jumped and for violation of election rules and that state. They were married in 1815, the were not injured. Trains were not de- foreign corporations be compelled to groom being then 27 and the bride !! 'T5ii3 Boyd. Liabilities oJ.ilwith assets not overestimated at AjuI sfili raraj layed by the wreck. S2.000. 5,000, organize under the laws of this state and are now 107 and 101 years of age Itad fire ear Lexington. being allowed to do business respectfully. Four generations of thit Boys Arrested Tor Hone Stealing. before Fatal Tall on tho Ire. Lexixotox, Ky., Jan. 10. Ellerslie, centenarian couple were present reLouisa, Ky.. Jan. 8. John Simpkins. here. Versailles, Ky., Jan. 9 Mrs. a suburb east of this city, is burning. Liil It estimates an increased deficit in cently at the celebration of their wedaged 70. fell on the It consists of 31) frame cottages. Ther e aged SO, and Wm. Jones, aged 17, were 111 Lppery walk, in front of her residence is no fire protection and companies arrestod here ior stealing two fine the state treasury noxt Juna and indi- ding anniversary. Only five of their 12 children arc now living. cates that it will be imposaiblo to rehorses from Flem Virus and John V'ednesday morning and died oi her have gone from this city. in Breathitt county. They sold duce the rate of state taxation. It ajuries. London'? !!' trnecu the horses in this vicinity, but the pur- proposes & cut in the salaries' cf state Craahed Under the Wheels. A Victim of Apoplexy. The big wheel at Earl's Court, Lon8. Ky., Jan. chasers got back most of what thay officials and the increase of license don, has so far bees an undoubted suc- iSfrrl Near Henderson, Eminence, Ky.. Jan. 9. J. J. Reese, fees of all kinds in order to replenish cess. It has only a record of 15 weeks' prominent farmer, died suddenly of Pottsrlile, Henry Brady's team became paid for them the state treasury. Another Cascas. poplexy. He was 59 years of age, frightened and ran away, causing him work, hut during that brief period re1Tkaskfokt, Ky., Jan. 8. Chairman ad one of Henry county's largest to lose his balance, lie fell directly in A Black Mend t th Girl Upon ttio noaf ceipts amount to ipward of 23,000. of-- i Jones announced at 1 o'clock Wednesfront of the vehicle, the wheels len. or an average of 3260 per day. The Toaaa In I'arault. wnich passed over his body, crushing, day morning that he would call anothtotal number of rossengers carried 11. HopKUfsvii.iJ5, I'or aalooa License. Votlns him to death. er caucus to nominate a candidate for has been received Ky., Jan. of a Kw most round the wheel wits 430.000. .The rela this city Ky., Jan. 9. The people Lay now admits librarian. Senator Fikkyille, Hade an Aastenmant. made upon a white gr sult Is an Interim tiividend of ten per I Pice county are undertaking tp .1 Henderson, Ky., Jan. 8. The Popu- that an error was made, and that Miss brutal assault by a Negro near Earlinpton Station, cent, and a future djridrntl of nine per the pronlbition law by a vote by list weekly, published here by a stock Wilson was nominated by a fraction of Friday. Miss cent., with 2.000 curried to the depreIda Stull, who live i&tricts. company and known as the Courier,, a vote. at Providence, was walking' home ciating account. made an assignment Tuesday. C E. 7 arS when the rionr Mill Destrored by Fire. alone from. Ecrllngton, Deep. Where Watr-Iformer editor, is made Louisville, Ky., Jan. 7. W. J. colored man overtook her about four Paris. Ky., Jan. lL Curry & Co.i Jagg, authority to settle the assignee, A deeper spot in .the ocean than yet attaiia of republican, of Crittenden connty, tulles from Providence. jour mill at North Jkliddletowa. wat with not Bffl has withdrawn from the contest for talk to him, and he followed her down known has been found recently by lvreatroyed by tire together with 20.00C the concern Milt. The Maaoo-foaUnited Mates senator. Congressman the railroad track to a neck of wood. majesty's surteyinij ship Penguin ! nshels of wheat. Loss 540,000. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 8. The casa Godfrey Hunter's friends say this wili He then grabbed her, and when she latitude 2i degreefj40 minutes south. Co. against Finley, J give him eight moro votes and make d Sir Hency Ibvino and his theatrical of the tried to escape drew & pintol, but see- longiMioe i negro iu minutes west (1 inpany, tvuea on tour in the United Hannen and others waa called in tha inis nomination certain. The ropubH-- j ing some men coming he made his es- A fault In the wire c aused the6ounding Hall lb. Fiia circuit court and waa passed until can caucus unanlmonsly nominated cape, after choking her into a state of to be abandoned rter 4,000 fathoms mm .ates. carry 800 tons of scenery, miimnHmraimTaimTtAmMam mn&mTr&mnwmmwmwmmmmmm&mMmmmmmmmm and otner property for theJl Wednesday when the asawex of tb Hon. Charles Blanford for speaker of insensibility. Soveral posses of mea Iwid been run out j ithout touching -j tho house. Aa.nt will bo filed, lay. bottom. ara oat after him.' .7S. IJrawar, an Aped Ptindlston Connty Hrmar, Loaea Ills Lit. Fauiouth, Ky:, Jan. 9 Kice Brewer, 59 years old, a prominent farmer and land owner, living six miles east of Falmouth, met his dsath by drowning in the Licking' river. Brewer was in town and started home about eight o'clock in the evening considerai '.y under the influence of liquor. lie v i on horseback when he began his journey homeward, but he is supposed to have fallen from his horse, as the Ble - d TTIlIs Fruiift. Ky., Jan. 10. The bouse o'clock Thursd y mornlcg. Gov. at Bradley's messare wns not ready, olngtoa delay In lis preparation, followed by another delay In getting It printed. It It announced that It will be ready Ftldsy. Hardin (flcm.). of Meade, oSerrd a resolution providing for the appointment of a commltteo of Ave members to Investigate the offices of the state auditor and the state treasurer. resolution to preamble The the gave as a reason tor its adoption that charges against both officers hsd been msda of fraud during the late campaign and that It was due those officials, as well as the people, that they be Investigated. Fllppen. ot Monroe, oUcred a dividing the seats of resolution .providing-fo- r the house by lot. Seals hsd already been assigned by the Librarian, and thou; comfortably located bitterly opposed the change. The Papers In the resolution was defeated rnntett from Daviess county were laid before the house, and on motion of Darnell, ot Ohio, the house proceeded to draw by lot a committee ot comcontest nine members for the mittee. 1 ne drawlnif by let for the contest rouinjlttec resulted favorably for the republican side, ulileh secured Ave member and the democrats tour member. The committee selected was: Chambers Ilarncv liWckuurn. Garrett snd Carson,, reimullcanv and Swln-for- d. Witt. Waller and 11. F. Furnish, democrats. The house alio selected lu the asms manner a committee to try the Islington context case between Dunlap and Kaunruan. Luck went to the democratic side this time, and they got five members tne republicans three and one populist. FBAKKrcRT. 1C cofc-en- ed Werner-TompHlns THE LEGISLATURE. State Offices to re Investigated Charged EVIDENCEl. THE MARKETS. Brongnt Into 'Court and Placed on the f ItncK Stand. Cikcikkati Jan. 1L In a stealing ruse which was tiled 0u. aprlnj FfcOtm Spring patent H fancy. IJ.C XK: spring family, 2.&r80; in the county court at Sylvania, (Ja. fancv, '3.10 ilio; 0 very extraordinary witness was in-- T winter patent. t?.M-s.0low grads, f.mlly.Aci XM; extra. troducedtfae flrsl 'cf hia klnd tM rts. No. has ever nppeired in our courthouse, J rsd, track. 8c TVhs r Coax Sales: No 2 yellow, track. 28Kc: No. Bays the Savannah News. This wns a 2 mixed, track. io: yellcw ear. track. 29Kc; Two negro boys dominlck rooster. mixed ear. track, aHo. were firm and the market were prosecubfd for stealing chickens OAT liolders from another negro. Tho prosecutor eonseqmst.? quiet, but barely ateidy. 8ARLXT Sales: .No. 3 tall, switched, tSc proved that htif chickens were missing, Cat lb Good shippers', H.i.:5: choice, and he claimed to have identified them Ut3c4.4S! choice butchers'. JlDo IS; fair 14 o;' the accused. It then . in the yard common, 9.W.AM. medium. '. j light. UOO &.7S; extra, developed on the latter to prove their Caxvxs-'-EV- ir to A ROOSTER IN iai; jt WE ARE NOW READY. !L?5S thai) Ooe-Four- tb of ReIar THAI'S THE BT prirp. &mtl HIE 1IE APITAL If? ! tvn.Ji td oo. eommoa and large, s. Hoos Select .; I LAMBs-She- i; slm-cholc- e. d: " 1 I I C7&-ie- c. - :H-'23- e. r" '" r Hoot-Medi-ums Its rvWiMmiamTME Battle Ax Plug in the lead i ; HA--'T- lr. ins this fall. Our goods were bought Come one, come all, and see the largest line of Boots, Shoes and Hats ever brought to Richmond, Our stock is now complete in every department. We have all the latest styles, and vis have them at the right prices. We promise to save every customer money wno makes a purcm.se or E ?fl A - n - - riAS JUMPED op-n- before the great l..... um vance in leaiiuM, ....rl jwe can make you a inrice that our pet iters can not it d r lc-.- or l- - - I 1 ..! Y-u- r I I i 71 T well-know- n of high grade tobacco for a Great Big Pxege -- -- '3.6-- Ken-tuckian- reach. We have all the latest stvles in stiff and soft Hats. Don't! buy a hat until you can see ur "Board of Trade" and "Blue Grass," the latest in ft and stiff Hats. We have large line of Gloves, i p:r t 1 Uit ilLll m CM w.-l- 1III e. ocra-sio- i . thres-year-ol- d Cur-mutt- i, li:u-k- Handkerchiefs, -- Hosiery, Suspenders, Outi-rel- . hard-hearte- d, er ear, eck Wear, Collars and Blacking. Wed-nesiia- he Cuffs, Shirt Jewelry, " Shoe Polish and white-hnire- d, strait-laeer- i, r, Jl-- Children's School Shoes a specialty. Give us call and i&. The Our Big: Store d Con-curr- y.' rep-sentir- es convinced that we have the latest styles and lowest, prices. 208 Pagb fall Catalogs g wi-c- Dun-la- n, 'race k Hice,! I fre ii f -- 0. Ar-ue- tt can-Uda- cy tate-at-.ar- I I wo-sto- ry IS gJloiMijlJs c D'sn-for- "K-r-- 1, y. 'l-.r- Sat-rd- ay 1 exsiRRAT REDUCTION .sasaa SA F OF3301!5 At-jrne- y unpreci-dentedl- y a - -- e IK In Order , ap lo lleduce Our Immense Stock of New Fall and Winter Clothing, gjj We will lo - Uay uegin a Ji. ffit Hal-le- X fa Sf. T IV T W a- -J- oldest-marrie- d EH - Hen-iet- ta r, liii Can-dil- l, Our line of Suits and Overcoats is hy far the largest and best in town, whatever you may want. We have all grades, and Come and Get a Bargain. thorn at a Greatlv Reduced Price. ps pil gla lf re-ja- 1 j; De-Bo- e, a She-woul- d - rd TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS, las Mason-Foar- ! SlS,h2vjx2r fl cos-line- s - Steeet as-.r BioFTMiojsnp, A jrz m gig c . pa 1 b- - 3, :k S c1 h-- - - i vJfe . -- j:J r -- "a"n -- &' : .'' .. - jt