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So she pas-e- d on the way Jo her death, that bright summer morning where, with the voice of birds and the hit ense of all created things, her spint- iikii'iided to its natiie skies I could not puss liv the old graveard of the old hiiich without ome moie visiting the vraxis if many old friends who have nun lime lo lime been buried in that . Far up in the old country i f tl e gn i jard is tl.c grave of the yi nrg lad wlen' leau'ifnl appro thus: "She priate imenption is bii-lwnlkistwitl iiod :id was tot, for he And hard by look her unto is thegiaxe of the j jmng A'iivinian, who pined away in grief and death in one short after she was buried in the old chuieh ard. The inscription on the young Virginian's gra e stone is: "Ho to the dull church yard and see the hillocks on eatth. l.nn-hjard- MAJUlfcOK- - COUJS'fY. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 22, L896 mild-manner- NUMBER PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. ATT0E1TETS. 33. ENGLAND "SHY" OF CAVALltY HOUSKb. v y "0 t rounds out a omanhood. man's the acme of w- completes her most important mission in the life and 'iSKfccP happy chief is the children achievement anv i ui t-- jyv ii .healing and rear-, Zing of health-- world. Theof "While England probably has the finest navy of any other nation, and is tolerably well equipped with gunsof latest pattern and most of the materials for war, she is woefully deficient in horsessuitable for artillery trains and for cava ry. Good horses for theo purposes have become i in the i mm try for maidens lovely and be!oed by all. It was a bright summer day, ns tl.esun was casting its lengthened shadows, when her remains were taken to the old church yard for burial. Arrived at the grave, all stood silent; the men with raised bats and the women with IhiwiiI heads until softly and sweetly music sw idled upon the summer air and loie aloft as on angels wings i V seemed like the choir above, sung by OF TUAYEI-UKMIN- IS Ni'll loving friends. The words of the poet I MLS OF THE PAST. never seemed kobiauiiful or appropriate. "Unveil thy losoni faithful tomb, Take this new tieasure lo thy ttust; 1 nor Climax. I have jns-- t returned And .'ive the sacred relics room ! xinf from a two weekb visit to Wayne To seek a slumber in the dust." an i I'ulHi-k- i counties. This is a busy The vounir lady I learned recently was w rl.l and evervlKxly to busily eni:agel a niece of Theodore Faxon who, before in looking afier their okii interests that the war, was the editorof the Clarksville few seem to think more about others than He died in Tennessee loHersonian. toe do about themselves. It is natur.il S. M. D. sotue v ears ago. f r man to be selfish. It is christian to prarlHi' sell denial. GATHERED IN GARRARD. In travelm.: I meet with a great many k'tiU of people and must confess that on From the Record. t!je whole that there is veiy little difler-eA wedding, which was somewhat of a e Ix'tween the people of theu.ouil'aiu surpiise to our citizens took place at 10 ' until and those of the blue gr. 8. o'clock Wednesday morning. The conpeople are kind and liopi-t.i'!- e tracting partiiswere Mr. W. I. Williams and more clmiisli and just as proud and Miss Magide lennings. Ttie ceie-mou- y hi their beating as tbe people of the took place at the home of the upper enmities. Not mere than three bride's patents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Ulav. in es south of Point Ilnniside, on tbe Jennings, mi Richmond stiett, and wa r.H.1 frmn Smneret to Monticello, once said in a bcaiitilul and impressive man I si the resident of Thomas Smith ner by Elder George Gowen, of the He whs an okl aequaintance of mine. ( hiisiiaii iliuich.- - The bnde is a baud Ii uis on Friday, Dec. 1th, that I visited some blonde and hy her lovely manners rl'e old home of Thomas Smith. He and kind disposiiii-- has made many b.i.l long Mssed away with the genera-- t friends ami anmirers. Tle gioom, who n in which be lived. When .he a law ver ol ability, locattil in cholera broke otit in Nicholnsville, In is having come from several years J uy 1nV, I took my father, mother ami Caiupbellsville; theago, of hisbojhood. home two Hsterv, wlio have recently died, to After the ceiemony the couji'e left for A tbe mountain of It ckcas4le ami Pulaski short bridal tour, afterwlni h they will recounties where we spent three months turn and lake ro ins with Mrs. Jennings. in visiting my mother's relations The The Ret ord extends hearty congratula house in which Tom Smith lived was tious. one of these, goodly old lo houses whi.-- l The iliicctoi'8 and stockholders of the cmtainedsix rooms and an ell ro in. t' e National .Bank voted Tuesday to red net Mist thirty feet Jong by soventcc w , he amount of tvipital stock from SJoOjOOti s.i-lsvanon.s lengths and he.i iih an I iops were around, bel- P S200,0lK. We regiet to chronicle the serious ill t- ith the caiesof which martens, b'ue ttrls ami pigeons liad undisputed po nefcSgOfMr. Win. II. Smith. He is at on Lexingtun street, sulierm: In fiout were two majestic oaks session mtertwiiiiiisr their bnincho so sh to form from a cancer, which has been a most a bower over the whole is:Mirt eating away his fate for several v can-MA few rods westa clump of colars Smith is one of the oldest business .ir I reil a riH'kv dell where the ciowh men in I jiiicabter, and is widely known t ii msl a irescriptive risht to make a and has :t laige ciicle of friends. . jsj unit to rob ami steal Through the Dous got into the sheep flocks of Judgi t t.irm a dashing rivulet forced its way Joe Robinson, J. N. C ook and Geoige fining and eh a ling like an Evans Tnesitav night, killing sev end aim s.li but afterwards by successive wind- crippling tweiitv-liv- e or thirty to badlv ings and more gentle falls it grew quiet that they will die. Such wholcsah it its course ami gurgling pleasantly slaughters aie enough to discourage farthrough a downy meadow and along the mers, and some have given up sheep r i.idside leading to the t'unib' rlaud laising altogether on account of damage wtiereit discharged its clear sjurkling done by woitldess dogs. viler When I visited that old place a It is said that some of those who re it w Us ago, I found u entiling in cently. left this countii to seek fortunes nun The old house has Jongsince been in the far West have decided to return. t rrt down. The shells, coos and If they expect to find a better countrv 15elow the P jeon houses are all gone. than old Gairrard, they had as well fold g r ten, I remember a little rustic paling their tents and come back. Garrard mav e a rude poplar seat, oer which not be over crowded with money, but l nt an apple tree of favorite fruit where she has tl.e beet people in the world, 1 delighted when employed in driv-iti- r "and don't von forget it." mules to the South, to stop fill 1113- - pockets with apples'. AfUr PONY SHOT. lingering around the old home of my old friend who died yeari ago I returned Monday, about the hour of noon, sonu to Point ihirnside and came on the cars oiie eiiher'iiialicjoiisly or accidentallv t- - Someiset On the Mount Vernon bhot a Kiuy belonging to Mr. J. W Carroad is old Mount Zion church, erected roll, through the brain, necessitating it b the Ikiptists ninety five years ago. being killed. Tbe pony was in the pasOld Hichard Colyer was Jpastor of that tille back of Mr. Carroll's house on Main years. The chinch church fifty-si- x Crust stieet when shot, apt! stuggeied to stood on a gentle hill on the right of the the stable wheie it fell and was killed road to Mount Vernon, commanding a The bullet, which was a rifle or pistol fine view of the burroundiiig country. nail, pierced dm ctly through tbe animal's There are more than two thousand per brain whith makes it appear that the sour buried in the old church grounds. shot was fired intentionally, although I remember seeing a voting New England Mr. Carroll inspects no one of such a girl from Maine in 1S56, who was enheinous crime. Detective Welch is ingaged in teaching school near the old vestigating. Nicholasville Journal. church. Slie wan not more than aven teen years of age w hen I first met her. KENDALL DOESN'T LIKE CIVIL SERVICE. Nature had given her personal charms of no ordinary character and from a young A Washington telegram says: "Whengirl, a ehe was when I first Diet her, she had in a few years grown up to be a ever 1 start out to get a p.ace fora conyoung lady of great personal beauty. stituent," said Representative Keudali The deep black expressive eye, the noble this afternoon, "I invariably run afoul of service law in the most civil forehead and features. So brilliant that the the eye of the stranger was at once rivi-te- unexpected places. Yesterday I went by it. Who can forget that red and over to see Chief Johnson, of the Bti white -- the hue that came and went, reau of Engraving and Printing, in behalf deepened and paled as she soko. And of Elbridge Park, of Irvine. I wanted withal how little was the beauty of the Park apioiuted to some place because he is a deserving Democrat and a most cap per-o- n compared to the worth ti the heart. Thus early usher ablo fellow. After 1 told my story Chief eil into the school of womanhood. Sho Johnson said: 'Well, Mr. Kendall, 1 loved all that was bright and cheerful in would be pleased to appoint your man, my the world aniund her, and the beautiful and would gladly do so, but ycu-tc- e mountain wenerv amid which her lot bunds are tied by the civil service law. waM cast fonUre 1 this love until it became Get your man to take the examination, earth and sky. No ainl if he passes perhaps he might set an a passi n em light r shade, brilliant hue or delict-tingappointment,' 1 have written Psrk to escaped eye, ever seeking for stand the examination, and if he goes the heantiful, and ciild indeed must liHve through all right, I'll get him appointed. been the hc-i-rt which could have wan The civil service is a fraud." " dered with her over hill and valley and I. U. 0. K. (Hikers. not have breathed the puns spirit w hich Madison Lodge No. U, I O. O. F.,at its "Slledher. She, I said, grew to woman regular meeting Monday night, elected hood. She wa beloved. She loved will juid must love. Soft and the following officers fortheensiiingysan i B G Punish, Foble Grand; A.T. Dong-la- s, words were breathed into tender Vie Graulb L J. Frazee, Secretary; hr a yii ".urginiaM. bnt n!P, a1' Treastner; R Jonptt, Hot; migVt t he.aui i. J. that their 8 mis u'Mii'd to the deep f)ety within her sin .?. B.Tnrpin, lj' J Strengaud J. D. Feeny, true bade him fareweli.'jievtr again to meet -- r., Property Committee. wcaan's life. Hea'tb L an inheritance due to every c'v r) within the reach of every pire t to tesow. It is something tint s ci-no money ami is more prccictn a mountain of diamonds. tS. T e cill s health depends almost w- H on the mother's, not only before l.- rtli but aftei-rard- s. A sick mother can ' properly care for her child's health. A sj k mother sonietinies liears a henlthy . 1'u; it isn't to be expected Maybe c V t tab will possess the appearance of but will !acU stamina. Maybe ie weakness will deelop in after yp rs I erv woman should be particu1arly cm ul of her health durinjj the period c' v;tation when the child is really a pa" of lierself. Immi" all this time, she should keep her txxl strong and pure and she should tawe proper precautions against her time t tat., r For this purpose Dr. Pierce's I uvonu- - Prescription is prescriled. It 1 is wsed in thousands of cases, m 'i tue most gratifving results It is a ionic to the whole IkxU, but particu-- I io the organs distinctly feminine es nil female troubles and I' regularity. J iare book (jooo pages profusely Ji'ustratbd), written hy Dr Pierce, en-- t led " The People's Common Sense Med-Mviser" will le sent to those who wilt send twenty-onctrts, in stamps, to pav postage and wrapping only Aidrtsv World's Disi'Knsakv Mrd-ICa- l Association. No 663 Main Street, in--.-tx-e- scircei evervye.ir. Twenty fiveorthbtv years ago England depeneded upon as a reliable soun-eosupply for Artillery horse and cavalry remounts, an Auk-trali- a f wag 'bought he would The have socie fun with the young man who had recently taken charge of the county paper. "1 say." Iieaiil. coming into theofbee excitedly, "there's u man on the street looking for you with a club." The young editor looked up pleasantly. "Is that roT he inquired. "We make special reductions to clubs. How many subscribers has begot?" Whereupon the vvajj felt that he hnd barked up the wrong tree. Truth. The Able Editor. l bin-self- " r nt mortnlity: Where proudest man is only found, By a small hillock on the ground. John Dixon Rapier, lmm Dec 7th, 1S30, died Aug 20th. 1S57." Theodosia Faxon, born in Portland, Maine, April lDth, 1S35, died June Oth, IS5C. 'i -- pro-mit- es n e b-a- lo n of i e, r. d d exchange. A great draft was made upon the country, no! alone hy Gieat Britain, but Russia and France sought that mar ket for horses. In consequence Ihere bus been an increasing scarcity of animals of the right stamp. The production of wool in Australia isfar amore profitable iudi:-l- r than raising horses, and breeder-hav- e turned their attention to sheep, which can be raised aliimcli less expense. Some time ago a Bri'ish ollicer of the Remount Service was sent to A us tralia with the object of ascertaining the resources of the Australian sluds. He reported that the number of horses good enough for the army fell very far short of tin. number required. There was no1 enough to supply the. anny in Jndia. much less all the other Englaud depend encies. It is no secret that England .army officers have viewed with alaim the decline of the class of horses required for cavalrv and artillery Oulsideof Australia and India there is no place for England to look to for horses. The Persian gulf sources of supply have been absorbed by Russia, and horses-breedin- g in trojlical India has not been a success The nation i.f Fuiope connot spare horses for military seivice, having immediate use for all they can raise. Years ago Australian horse breeder? learnt d that if their horses weie good enough for army purposes in England they were equally desirable as "bus" horse to the Ixiudon and other eompa nies, and. with other countries practically closed fur horses of useful' quality, the demand on Australia more than kept pace with the supply. When if became apparant to th's Australian farmer timt the rearing of 6h.'ep paid better than horse breeding, be disposed of the Lest mare? for working, instead of keeping them in the stud, ami this is the one great reason why good horses of every class liavs become scarce in Australia. The folly of horse owners in being successfully tempted to part with their be- -t mares has worked most disistr iisly in England and her dependent provinces. India does not, nor can not, produce a horse suitable for cavalry. What is wanted is a stout animal, with as niticli breeding as possible, varying from an active medium sized hoise to a useful stock horse; and as the British soldier and his accoutrements weigh from 200 to .'3 pounds, it is useless to prov ide him with a weak and weedy animal. For this description of horse the English Government is piepared to pay a good price, but he cannot be found in sufficient numbers. At the close of the last official year the Remount Service re port bhows a shortage of nearly 300 horses. There were plenty of horses in the market, but of such an inferior stamp the Government agents would not buv them. Out of 250 or 300 horses offered onlj one-thir- d of the number were fail ly good animals. The remainder weie nothing but weeds which the agent refused to take. If this state of things exists in times of piping peace what would be the result if war should ensue, when an enormous number of animals would be required for every department of the. military service save the navy. The War Department of the English Government has not evinced foieslght in contemplating the weakness of the cavalrv and field artillery servii e. There has bt en nothing to prevent the agents of foreign governments from buying all the available animals and shipping them out of this country. In fact Captain D. M. Taylor ol the Ordinance Department U. S. A. did call the attention of the Government to the difficulty of the. English Government in obtaining horses suitable for the military service and pointed to Mhe fact that American maikets were open to the world and foreign governments tould obtain a supply which would stand them in good stead in lime of need. Under existing circumstances this government would take some step to curtail any wholesale shipment of horses troni this countrv Stock Farm. afraid iny dnrter d Is awful unhappy with that new of hers. Mrs. fJub Do tell! flave you heard so? "No. but Ivr seen him on the street every day since he got married, and he walks along just us chippy and independent as ever. He doesn't look subdued a bit." N. Y. Weekly. Mrs. bus-banSisp-sra- A rtrlilo'n Blifkins-r-l'- m Sad Tate. And Then lie Proposed. There had been n brief interval of silence, and be felt that he ough). to say something. "I see that thejstudents of soHoIogy have figured it out," he beganu "that education ' He paused, as if In doubt whejher he ought to proceed. "Yes." phe said, encouragingly. " that education is having a bad effect upon matrimony," he continued; "especially the education of vvtoinen." "I never did believe in too much education." she said, softly. She waited for him to speak, but he said nothing. "I am glad I never knew my lessens, anyway." she added. Some men are slow to take n hint, but they are quick to understand when they are hit with an ax. He saw the point. Chicago Post. ' It l A! tray Hint W:ty. "John, you Imw lecii drinking." The vvoicl fcfl cruelty the Thejr were blushing man's senses. true. He could not deny them. And n top of Hat little yet e wondered. drink he had carefully placed one glass of two olives, uree crackers, n liberal ortion of cheese, two cloves. six grains of coffee, thiee spices, one and in additicn thereto he hnd smoked a cigar. Be could only turn his head sadly away and say: "What's the good of anything?" Judge. .ij-o1 ice-writ- Vnn Cures of Uye perfectj pena3ltieat 0f scrofula In severest , DR. A. K. STEWART, Richmond. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. s SarsapariUaposW GRANT E LILLY,, ATTORNEY-A- T Cures Curos soda-min- t, Cures Cures It's pitiful, Who Elve the voles that win. That when you turn the rascals out You turn the rascals In' Atlanta Constitution. THE POET'S WOOING. pood pcop'e. Explicit Directions. In order to save time the young man who had come for n marring? license handed in a card containing the names of Nokkolaus BIohockenschimpfT and Varina Morff. "These are the names of the parties, I suppose." said the county clerk's He Was Klght. Cu res Gent Look here, young man, when you asked me for the hand of my Cures daughter and I consented, you told me that you vvtre one of the directors nt Cures your bank, and I find that you're Cures r. nothing but a confounded Youth Yes: but I'm one of the directors all the same. Old Gent What do you direct? Youth Envelopes. N. Y. Yi'orld. Old -pen-pushe- forms, like goitre, swelled neck, running sore-- hip disease, sores in the ees. of Salt Itheum, with Its intense itching and burning, scald head, tetter, etc. of Bolls, Pimples, and alt other eruptions due to Impure blood. of Dyspepsia and other troubles where a good stomach tonic was needed. of Rheumatism, where patients wereun-abl- e to work or walk for weeks. of Catarrh by expelling the impurities which cause and sustain the disease. of Nervousness by properly toning and feeding the nerres upon pure blood. of That Tired Feeling by restoring strength. Send for book of cures by LAW, . over Covinntna A " ..Prr?.??'5 Mitchells clothing store. Residence 19 North ", .ticiuioxn, Office - Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Richmond, itairs rorne Main mid Second ire-- t i htnlr. Will pmctlre in all Hie of VIndim and u.ijomlng counties ml Court of vpp.tilx. y vV. s. W PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, . . Kkntucxy.' Office in Smith Building. No. OtSce hours la to 1 an 4 B. mUTIH, A TTORNEY A T LA IP, DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, ifcCHMOND. tICHMOND, Office in Collins' Building. t Kkntucxy. hed ofjuirt. 0 ... h itm o'clnrk Main Street, np KENrUCXY - " Every one has a skelcton'thej- say, " In his closet." we don't believi; that. In fact for you It cannot be trus. Because you live tn a flat. - No Clonet Kootn. Hood's Sarsaparilla C. Telephone at office and residence. T. C. &D M.CHKNAULT, G. W. EVANS, M. D., Richmond, - - . . Kkntucxy. Having retired from the practice of median cveral years ao, for reas.c bet known to ay self, I ajarn offer ".y professional sr'tces to tha people of Richocnd ana Pcrsoua desir f mT services win nnd my oftee nrst uor n.tiii of the residence of N. B. Deatherais on 3ccoo4 deputy. "Yes. sir." "You are Mr. BI Bl " "Yes. sir." "Mn3' I ask how you pronounce Judge. To EVOLUTION OF A MATHEMATICIAN ., ,, S nOOU I. Hood & Co.. Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Richmond, Kkntucky. FillS Twm are the best after dinner pills, aid digesuon. 25c. .i2rv. .ry. Office on Second itrcet, OTer Chenault'i gro 31-- j- street. iJmm Wm&sr y ifc&y r tlfW? v5afZvs -- n-r. criTKuEkA sir 1 name?" "Yes, sir. Two congh3 sneeze." Chicago Tribune. thnt and a m iX h vi sJr, "Miss Elsn. favor me with your hand, and make me the happiest of immor- tals." Fliegende Blaetter. A Caia of Overwork. The teakettle had been filled and left by Dinah to its own devices over the kitchen fire. The water "boiled over." quite conand Master cerned about so much steam and sputtering, ran up stairs calling: "Oh! mamma, come quick! The teakettle is overdoing." .fudge. Would ITerd the Warning Old Quiverful And so you want to take our daughter from us. Yon want from us. suddenly, without to take a word of warning? Young Goslovv Not at all, sir. If there is anything- about her you want to warn me against I'm willing to listen. Brooklyn Life. ready, your slippers are right where yon can find them easily, and your pipe and tobacco are on the writing desk, handy for you!" "All right, Molly." groaned tbe tired, suspicious husband, "you can get that new cloak Atlanta. Con- In thinking of her my medulla Will wear all its "pla" nway. Yet, tho perlih my poor oblongata And the pith of my ossa decay Still to me she's the persona grata. I mo8l like to find In my way. London Fun. He Understood. "Walk right in, dear! Your supper's Love's Anatomy. My subclavian fossa dlsgustT her. She scorns my parietal bone. Yet aweet Is my love as the m'ornlnB That breaks In a tropical zone. To her I will bend my On her fix my optical ray. Cut the misery that mocks AU the gold In her locks la the cast-Iro- n locks on her gold! Atlanta Constitution. ESD OF THE HONEYMOON. Oh, the pold In the locks of mylovl It Is brighter than stars to behold; ETer Thus. W. K. SHACKELFORD, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, . Kentucky. Richmond, Store. Residence Office on Second Street, over Yeagert ATTORNEY AT LAW, Richmond, . Kentucky. the Courti. Office over Rich ond National Bank, lame as Col. Caperton'l. 4i W,JI ll practice in a Third Street. Jewtirr DSNTAL STJ2G3SY. STEPHEN D. PAItRISH, A TTORNEY A AAA -- Richmond, ... - T LA W, Kkntucxy WELBY W. BURGIN, DENTIST, Richmond, Kentucky. Patents, Caveats, Trade Marls, Designs, Etc Report as to patentability ol invention Free of Office over Chenault'i grocery. No. Charge. Unsnrpassed facilities. Moderate terns. Street. Beiore applying for a patent, write me. 46- - ti Seotad 4J- - 4. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Richmond, She John, precious, what would 'oo do if oo 'ittle witie should die? He My dear, oo 'ittle hubbie would follow 'oo to the toinb in a hack. Office No 13 DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Richmond, - Sketch. Unusual. - Kentucky 0 stitution. The Widow Confesses. How do you manage to make yourself so popular with all the old He bachelors? hr Widow I ask them for their advce. lie And do you manage it the same way with the young ones? Widow Oh. no; with themlildicnle the advice the older ones give. Truth. Ilail Gone Out. Callei" Is Mrs. Highupp nt home? New Girl No'm. Caller Ah. she has taken advantage, of this delightful weather. I presume. New Girl Yes'm. She said that all sorts of people would be makin' calls on'er day like this; so she went to the dentist'B. N. Y. Weekly. A Iteputatlon In Peril. You'll Mrs. Gofrequent of trouble in thp Higgamore family one r Muggins I hear that Prof. I)e Place, who has returned from an extensive exploration in the least known parts of both continents, has made a most discovery. Scruggins What is it? Muggins lie has discovered no place that was probably once the Garden of Kden. Puck. Clara . . Kkntucxy Office, First street, up stairs. PHYSICIANS. Ofvic Smith building. Main Streat. .lours. 0:00 to sa M. ; 1:00 to 4 P. M. '"Practice limited ta dentistry. J. 3. Judge. Not Counsel the width of the stream? Witness Kignteen feet three inches arjl a half. Counsel Now, sir, what made you measure it so carefully? Witress Oh! I thought some fool might ask me! London Judy. A Great Erent. Guipps Why were you not up at the house of Tottie Evergreen, the tan you Cotinrl's Opinion. tell me what was child wonder, the other pigbt? Tripps I don't know. What was going on? Guipps She was celebrating ber golden wedding. Life. profits Little thereby) Pa? Mr. Callipers Well, my son? Little Clarence Isn't it singular, pa, that it takes about ten times as much identification to cash a check as it does to get lynched? Puck. Qnestlon. She Those two men alone in the box are father and son? Which is the faA Useful of these days. Mrs. Allears Dear me! What is it? I ovcrhesjd my Mrs. Gofreqnent husband saying the other day that was awfully stuck on Mpy Weet. Chicago Tribune. Ilig-pamo- re An ObHerrlnj; Yonth. Clarence (w ho reads and A Horn Fighter. "No, sir, a man with a face like is never n coward." "How do you know?" "It's so homely thnt he couldn't have any fear of spoiling it." Chicago Rec- that ord. Oh, give them to our hearts But If they hold for us 3 sorrow. Pray keep them till the last L. A. W Bulletin. JUDGED UY APPEAItANCES. y; If you have gracious worts to say. Wonts. He The one who is peering over this way with his glasses. She And now which is tbe son? Judge-Why did you make me take umbrella just now, vvficn wo stopped to speak to Jenkins? Jones I don't mind telling you now since he has gone along, but it was his umbrella. Life. Davvkins One War Out of IU ther? that , An AdtnUsIon. Lea- - I wonder if Prof. Kidder meant anything by it? Perrins By what? Lea He advertised to lecture on "Fools," and when I bought a ticket it was marked: "Admit One" Puck. Friend rinnl Arrangements. Have you signed the con- tract? She Every family has a skeleton in It, and ours is no exception. He Er so 1 see. Judge. The Worst. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, AttentWo Clerks. DENTISTS, Richmond, Why do you always deal at Kkntucxy. Richmond, Kkntucxy. Shnrp, Bargain & Co.'s? Dora The clerks nie more attentive Office in the toe I otlins bmUline. 18 and o Sec. Orricx Main Street, over Madison National ond Street over White's new drugstore. there than nt other places. 37- Bank. Neighbor 1 hear your husband If. Clara I never fonnd it so. Doin Perhaps you are not engaged sick. Mrs. Dobbs Yes, he's sick very sick. to as-- many of theru as I am. N. Y. CHAS. HOOKER, Neighbor Myl my! Is he criticalJ. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. Weekly. I ETERINARY SURGEON, ly ill? uic:.iosd, Kentucky. Left His Wife. Mrs. Dobbs I should remark. Why, Graduate Ontario Vrlrrinary College. Do you mean to nay that he growls at everything. N. Y. Hoax Meekly has left his wife? Vetennary Dentistry and Sterility Weekly. Specialty. Crown ana1 bridge work a spectaKy. Office ia Office up stairs over New York Store, enrner Joax Yes. A Good Man Ooes Slangy. Collins building. Main street. Office onrs o a. a ana rirst ttreets, Kichmond 46- " Mil "Why, he told me only yesterday that j inin,iW4P.n "That's a good thing, my boy," said hi3 home reminded him of Heaven." to "So it did. It made him think of Uncle Allen Sparks, benignantly, snow oft Heaven and wish he was there." Phila- the boy who was cleaning the the sidewalks of the neighborhood with delphia Record. a homemade snowplow. "That's a good She Wanted to Know. thing. Pus.h it along." Chicago TribMrs. Callipers (with rising infection) une. OF My dear? rio xvcriso't for Thankfulness. Mr. Callipers Well? "Where 1 live we have no peace. TBORCOGHBRED Mrs. Callipers Why is it that If a There's a piano in seven out of the eight man has a peculiarity he calls it eccen- fiats." tricity, and if his neighbor has the same "You ought to thank heaven there's thing he calls it damfoolery? Truth. none in the eighth." MY BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS of this famous "But there's a pair of twins in that breed of swine in oeveral different States. A splendid lot of pigs of different i&9 Actionable. for sale Bred sows a (specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. "I don't know what action I ought to flat," Tovvn Topics. Address, take in this case." mused Banks. "Say, Keepsake. An Appropriate Itiver?, if you went to see a man to col"I presume you carry a memento of lect a bill and he told you to to the tome sort in Uiat locket of yours?" Crab Orchard, K Proprietor, devil what would you do?" "Precisely; it is a. lock of my husgo and see a lawyer," answered band's hair." "I'd Itivers. Chicago Tribune. "But your husband is still alive!" "Yes; sir; but his hair Is all gone." Unsatisfactory Compensation. Jessie I'm so annoyed at those criti- 11 Spirito Folletto. cisms of my singing at the concert. Her Reply. They speak so slightingly of ny voice. Jones asked his wife: "Why is a husFlorence Still, they said you were band like dough?" He expected she very pretty. would gi-it up, and was going to tell Jessie Oh, bnt everyone knows that. her It was "because a woman needs Brooklyn Life. him," but she said it was because he was "hard to get off her hands." Town A Plausible Explanation. "This patent medicine seems to have and Country. fche Gets It Now. iost its strength," said Farmer Clover's wife, as she took a pull at a mesty bot- . Gillbock Is it true that you don'r tle of some cure-al- ! concoction. spend as much money now as you did "Perhaps the patent hns expired," before you were married? suggested her husband. To Date. Packett It Is. I wish I could say the same thing of my wife. Gloucester Her Idea. Breeze. The Chaperon The idea of your alConnubl ti Csndnr. lowing Mr. Tuesoon to kiss you! Such He Precious, did you give me this proceedings are disgraceful, and going benutiful umbrejla because you love on under my very nose. too. y. u The Reckoning. As he thinks of the supper last evening. That he bought her Just after the play. He sighs with regret, for he cannot forget He must dine on a tish ball Philadelphia Record. Likely to Lire. DR. H. R. GIBSON, c MOHGAN. J. A. TATIS. MORGAN & YATES, The Blue Grass ffcrd RED HOGS. &h5Jfe g-- R. H. BRONRUGH, HEATERS The greatest number of HEATING STOVEShave ever had and the greatest variety we Prices range from S3 up to 850. All shapes and sizes. Many designs. Plainest to the Fanciest We can satisfy 'ou in every respect. Actress Yes. The manager agrees to al ow the expense of two diamond robberies and one divorce. Brooklyn no Trouble to the Home. Bogg8 (in restaurant) See here, waiter, I've waited for that steak half ua hour! Waiter (cheerfully) O, that's all right, sir; you needn't worry. Our diuner-tim-e lasts from five to eight o'clock. Truth. The Tip and the Slip. That there's many a slip, Is a proverb you know well enough: But a commoner ellp Is the slip 'twlxt the Up And the horse that you back with your stuff. Truth. 'Twixt the cup and the lip. Life. PECULlAK hAJN'D bUlT. "There are various stages in courtship," mused grandmamma, reflective-ly. "And the worst." put in Ethel, who spoke from experience, "is tht slow coach." Bay City Chat. As It Struck, Htm. Little John saw a small tug engaged in towing a large shin, and henrd the tug whistle loudly. "Oh. pa pa!4 he exclaimed. "The big boat's got the little one by the tttil. and it's squealing!" Youth's Companion. An Apparent Discrepancy. Rhe I don't know vvhnt yon will think of the widow. She is a grirrt fa- Some time ago, Mr. George W. Evans sold a tract of land "supposed to contain 55 acres" at$25 an acre to Henry Claus. When it was surveyed it was found to he over fio acres and Clans refused to take it as it was more than he wanted. Evans-suehim and Judge Sauflev held that the ex cess did not entitle him to a rescission so as to relieve him from his obligation to pay the full price agreed, no fraud being practiced The defendant tried to show howMr. Evans had got another man in the same way, but the court ruled that evi dence out. The case was appealed and this week the higher court affirmed the decision. Wetch for appellant and Alcorn and Paxton for appellee. Stanford The Daughter But I thought they wnt under mine. N. Y. Ledger. nen pecked. "Well, are you satisfied with your husband?" "I am. When 1 want anything now I have only to look at him and he understands me at once." Humoristische Blaetter. Wife me? She No. darling, I gave It to yon because I am tired of lending you mine. Chicago Record. Natural Inference. "Is Bob Knockout a widower?" "No. Why do you ask?" "1 heard some one say that hl fighting days were 07er." Detroit Free cians are more corrupt than they were 50 years ago? John No. my dear, but there are more of them. To Date. to-da- Quantity Not Quality. Don't you think. John, politiy ShaoRelford $ Gentry,Ky. Bichmond, 9crntM Journal. YOUNG MEN SHOULD SWIM. Mother Well, what do you say to uncle? How do you do. dear. What did papa say? Jack (whininr) Great heavens, here comes that old crank again I Buch fur Alle. Knew Hli Wayc Mamma, has gran'pa sure Enfant Terrible. vorite with the girls. He Is that so? I understood she was good looking. Bay City Chut, Hard Lines. Plaint of a Pessimist. I never hid a pencil that I'd spent both time and skill to mend. But what It fell upon the floor And always on the sharpened nd. Chicago Tribune, IT TICKLES YOU THZ INSTANT BELIEF UB d President Young and Piof Slattcry, of Maisie Centre College, are talking of an impor- gone to Heaven? Mamma Oh! yes, indeed, Maisie, tant improvement in the department of physical trsining This is au addition to sure! Maisie Well, I bet he sneaks out once the Gym., including a swimming poo) in awhile for a smoke. Judge. fifty feet long, forty feel broad, and with a depth running from four to ten feet-Thi- would not only be a splendid addi lion to the work of the gymnasium, but would be a luxury to all who had access so it. It is proposed to allow the people of the tovvn to have the use of the pool, if it is put in at a nominal fee, and arrange it so that they could have access to it during the summer months, with special dayti for ladies The water, of coursi would ,le furnished by the town Rtstem and the pool would be drained as often as it was necessary to do bo- - The con templated improvements will cost be tween six and spven thousand dollars It" would be difficult to overestimate Uic convenience and pleasure to 1e derived horn a good swimming pool, and the en couragement which the morpmpnt wiil receive from ihci topic iiftbu town will no doubt be hearty and liberal. Danville Advocate. s "Eh! what is?" "Neighbor has fallen heir to, a for' tune." Puck. Impartial. Biovvn Big failure of Smith's. wasn't it? Any preferences? None whatever. Borrowed Jones ; "Just my .luck!" - Grinnen What are you goinrtotake for that frightful cold you've got? Barrett I'll take anything you'll offer. Do you want it? Chicago Tribune. Gown Was All Klstit. Mis. Ben ham Henry, don't thin' my dress Is too long? Benham No, biit the- bill is. Anything to Get Kid of It. LIGHTNING HOT DROPS. of better natmc of the many physical ills which vanish Kfoie proper ef- you i pyherever he could. Brooklyn L'ife. Sure to ne True. "Yon know, George." she wjin ' Topics. . Town Gladness Cornes the understanding With n. C U R ES CeJlc. Crupc, DianVsa. rtoz. C&eiea Mwbu. KstMu. Yrw. oac. H EALS C.ts. ISanu. Eraiaes. Scntciat, Bin 4 Anlwva's. Serpent. Sega, esc Cktt BREAKS UiZCol3.LaCrrspe.I,uk. Throat, Croup. iutt-llectti- exclaimed the condemned horse thief, as the rope furnislied by the regulators broke and let him drop. Chicago Tribune. Growing; Anxious "I breathe more, freely I" gratefully Hollered of Ills Suspense. vvasbrought upwitho-Jcare." t any "Mnry me. my darling." .said (eorge, "and you shall liiiv pothing but care." Westchester Globe. I A I Prudent Maid. e Iit Patient To what extent, doctor? The last doctor 1 had bled me to the extent of $300. N. Y. Becorder. HaJ Some Experience. Starburd I would take you out sail ing with me if you knew the ropes. 1 ain'jt exactly ignorArizona"jpick ant, young man. 1 was sheriff far five years. Baj City Chat. KxplalBCrt. bleed you a little, Doctor rl am afraid - shall have to "Jack wri'es be hns been pjaylng poker with" papa, and p.ipa vvrjtcs he can't possibly send a check j for a month." "What on earth are you going "jo do!" "Sund for Jack." Life.' Rbe (srntimcntallj ) What poetry there is in a fire! Iff (sadly) Yes: a great deal of roy po"ry has gone there. H iirpers Bazar. I A Before the Hearth. he-Bu- flood Mkk1. I n-- - ,v 't,ji Tired Husband I've, had a f rrible "Fannie.," he said, "jou are the day at the office and I'm Kia clear woman iave ever,lovd " through. "Clnrefiec, how" Wife Now would he a good t) nae for "The ethers," he, continued, "were all, imme " As Wftrlrf. . wn tn lamt hoee rugs. Troth. rfrtfi .. . t J., ..w. ...r. .. .! tn l . I TI ' iil: h - . r it - Jf i S.7. WKa. only-- . "-. -a Twas Hut n Gentle nine "My dear Miss Easthill," remarked Mr. Clif tonheights, meeting ths lady by chance on Fourth streqi, "your steeple crown hat is simply divine. I crossed the street especially jo get a better view. However, I shouldn't like to sit behind it at the theater:" "But, then, you needn't," retorted Miss Easthill, with an arch smiie, "for you are welcome to sit beside IV What could the poor boy do? He In vited her on the spot. Cincinnati Post. ZancwiU's Put Retort. They are telling a new story Jibont L Zangwill, the prose writer amlj painter of ghettos and.oUaer things Hebraic. A lady an American, of course-h- ad, been interviewing him. Suddenly she pounced upon, an original ideal MTipai., oipvpt- .- . r . Tiinfniill.lrin vnH H v Unow that I never really knew your ' alM9" grayely" relied, ..t "Madame," hare no:Chrisan name, bHt rij? other n,.. us " c -- ....,...... ie V'dL isV. '- -- - uiau, j " V j.i. -li-e.--w - ft? "- it i.cuiDnuoi, . - S- -. Z -- 1.- - ff ''! ii I ii 'f 5 Tc ; &: H -- K n 5- t ! .3 z.l ,cr1'l, " " . :. '3sj a t V 'tt tfk '& ". S 'JriTir- -. " . n - . 7jw a., .9 r " L, - s? ijj. , .r:-,i- i i A. h - -- & 11 32 ' - r - .' 't - -- tjf-- S TafTm wikrfy.e '! -- 1Wr rt-.- -r - - fii "y'e.iS! .A'a J'fl W.l ' HERB MEDICINE CO; forts gentle efforts pleasant effort s in rightly directed. There is comfort the knowledge that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actnul disease, but simply to a comtiiuited condition of the system, whicluthe pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptOLD ly removes. That is why it Is the only Icf. and is remedy with millions of everywhere esteemed so liiirlilr by all 2 f 3 It YEARS OLD. who value good health. Its lieneficial QUI Whtckie for Family nd MeJi effects are due to the fact, that it is tilo Pure cilia! in 5 and In gallon one remedy which promotes internal Package, a specialty cleanliness, without debilitating the organs on whicb.it acts- - Hit. therefore all important, in order to jut its beneCreek ficial effects, to note w hen you purchase, that yon have the genbine article, which is manufactured by the California Wholesale Dealers, Kig Syrup Co. only, and sold b all replvWreek. Ky utable druggists. in tbe enjoyment ol good health, If ' and the system is regular, then laxaFARM FOR RENT tives cr other remedies arc not seeded. If afflicted with any actual disease, one OfieliHnibsI anil pijrhtrven . .. .r,,..1 ne eompen;ica wtMt.w:iuiiu phvsioisns, bnt if in itecdof: a laxative, ftr eorn andtrb thin one should lwTathe.Wt.Iad Vfith o. Good ebntii-- for rit;kt;maa. Apply Figs. highest and KmosjlRTifrfj ,jS ettiiU&auvMmv3VKtW9liattitiut.ini. '"- S7 CeMMttg, Ky. ; OD EVERY TJUE. SMELLS GOOD, TASTES 600B, DOES Sold EwTtrhirt at 2Ec n 60a rtr Stt'. a tun. B ft;. S&a Sbsw. M Bswk a. l4 Wct. MBIalaa tv. aal M. lf all. .f PRBGilBL. Sr etc KER3ffi??ITTni8 j444444m4 LIQUORS J FINE Ik k;:. Bay mare mule. 15 bunds, one for foot little enlarged ijvint, 9 or 10 year? U-r- x. Xin Lip famy, r It. Kirkrilb, Kj. Ms. AH Is Tizj)& 'r irifa-- m arren.ihre-iHilcRjri'H-- j Kirki-yiP.- pjwthv Fvbrnaiy atni (mAiI pni;rtr tlw.iriocdws stte -- e tie - tMWrtfriiinT. 33 "e, ami ' . - IaiJl lelYtHl!. Tirana roisie forwanl nwf a4 taiMJir U z Jt , -- -. , " '.." a' v . ".- - TMBBgsWSMMaWBBalWagfcaWMlMaBalarrWaftffffilSfl ltifl' j7ir. i si . J - ...Br IV a J7 -,s. Xay -3- Jr8t tir l SK'Zl A . J TZ. , c "C l -- -- tr5L !" .. , 'Vai. c " A .r---- . , ... ' - 3. 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"Is that bo?" lie inquired. "We make special reductions to clubs. "subscribers has he got?" Whereupon the wag felt that he had barked up the wrong tree. Truth. mild-mannerHow-many L896 PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. ATT02NSTS. NUMBER DR. A. K. STEWART, Richmond, 33. 'SHY" OF CAVALKY on eaith. I taw her some thtec mynll.s ENGLAND HOUSES. befcre her deth. How heaiiiifnl sie omanhood. It lookel, slowly passing up the mountain rounds out a wo- roads so "While England probably has the boon to know her no iu re for man's life and ever. So blie pushed on the way Jo her tinest navy ol any other nation, anil is completes her most important death, that blight summer morning tolerably vvellequipped with gunsof latest mission in the where, with the voice of birds and the pattern and must f the materials for war, world. The imetipe of all cteated things, her spirit she is woefully tlelkient in horsessuttable bearing and rearto its native bkies I could not for artillery trains and for cava ry. Good ing of healthy, happy children hv the old gravevard of the old horses for thee purposes have become puis is the chief i hutch without onie mole visiting the sea rcei everv year. Twenty fiveorthittv achievement o f rravs cd manr old fiicnilc who have 'ear ago England depeneded upon Auslife. but mm time to time been lniiicd in that tralia as a reliable bourveof supply for Aran inheritance dne to every Hn'th u I c1 within the reach of every ild counliy i hnrch vard. Far up iu the tillery horse- and cavalry remounts, an pr.rr t to liestow. It is something tint A great draft was made upon t nS f il e gn j aril is tl e grave of exchange. no moiiev and is more precknn theyi in g lath wIch leu'iful appro the country, not alone by Gtett Britain, ti i mountain of diamonds. T t c'nld s health depends almost jiriate iiucnpiion is b.'i'ih thus--; "She but Ktibbia and France sought that mar U on the mother's, not only before w vvtdkts! vnil (umI si d was i ot, for hel ket fur horses. In consequence there has ih but afterwards. A sick mother took bet unto hiirbelf" And hard by been an increasing scarcity of animals of i cc: jvoperly care for her child's health. i iheginve of the voting Virginian, who the right stamp. The production of wool A v k mother sometimes liears a her.ltliy c lu". it isn't to be expected Maybe pined away iu grief and death in one in Australia isfar a more profitable iuiliis-trthan raising horses, and breeder-hav- e t' t iu will possess the appearance of bhort year after bhe was buried in the Maybe b ali'j, Mt will lack stamina. turned their attention to sheep, old church vard. The inscription on the in jtc weakness will develop in after "(Jo to which can be raised at much less expense. young VirginiiiiiV gravestone is: Some time ago a British ollicer I erv woman should be particularly the dull church yard and bee the hillocks rul of her health during the period of the Kemottnt Service was sent to Aus crt tit mortality: when the child is really a o! tralia with the object of ascertaining the Where proudest man i only found, par- - .! herself. resources of the Australian studs. He reall this time, she should keep By a biiiiill hillock on the ground. lii.nii? ported that the number of horses good her tnxh stronjj and pure and she should John Uixon Iiapier, born Dec. 7th, twe proper precautious against her time 1S!0, died Aug 20th. 1857." unugh for the army fell very far short of la'ji r For this purpose Dr. Pierce's c Theodosia Fiimui, born in Portland, tht number required. There was no1 Ijorue Prescription is prescribed. It 1 .s lirrn used in thousands of cases, Maine, April l'Jlh, lS3o, died Jure Cth, enough to supply the army in India, much less all the other Englaud depend v i tiie nost pratifjinp results It is 1S50. a tome to the whole lod, but particu-- t iu the country for maidens lovely and encies. It is no secret that England . army t io the organs distinctly feminine beloved by all. It was a bright summer officers have view ed with ahum the deres all female troubles and proI' cline of the class of horses required for regularity. motes day, as tl ebitn was casting ith lengthened A iarge book (icoo pages profusely shadow s, when her remains were taken cavalrv and artillery Outsideof Australia ii'ustrated ), written by Dr Pierce, en-- t and India there is no place for England led " The People's Common Sense Med-i- i to the old church vard for buiial. at the grave, all Mood bilent; the to look to for horses. The Persian gulf Mvtser" le sent to those who vnlt send twenty-on- e ctnts, in stamps, men with raised hats and the women sources of supply have been absorbed by to na postage ami wrapping only in tropical with bowed heads until boftly and Knscia, and horses-breedin- g MHD-Ka- l A id res s. UOkLD'S India has not been a success The nation No 66 Mam Stitet, sweetly music sw lied upon the summer t.f Futope connot snare horses Association. for military buTalo 'J Y air and bote aloft :w on angels wings seivice, having immediate use for all seemed like the choir above, Ming by OF TKAVEI. KE.MINIS loving friends. The words of the poet they can raise. u'II Yeais ago Australian horse breedetr never seemed bo bi autiful or appropriate. learned HMKSOF THE PAST. that if their horses weie good "Unveil thy bosom faithful tomb, enough for army purposes in England Take this new tieasuie to thy tiust; they were equally desirable as "bus" itnr Cuma. I have jiibt returned And give the sacred relics room horse to the London and other compa t .inn. fmin a two weukh visit to Wayne To seek a slumber in thedust." nies, and. with other countries practi! Pulaski comities. Thih is a Liny at The voting lady I learned recently was cally closed fur horses of useful' quality, w .rid and everyliody to IhimIv encaged a niece of Theodore Faxon who, before in looking after their own interests that the war, was the editor of the Clarksville the demand on Australia more than kept pace with the supply. When it became few seem to think more about others than He died in Tennessee apjmrant to th'j Australian farmer tuat loirersonian. t'.ei . I. alxHtt themselves. It is natural some ears ago. S. M. D. the rearing of sheep paid better than i r man to be selfish. It is christian to horse breeding, he disposed of the best pnii tire M'lt denial. GATHERED IN GA KHAKI). mares foi working, instead of keeping I f I meet illi a great many tnu them in the stud, ami this is the one kind- - of people and mutt confess that on From the Hecord. great reason v hy good horses of even ti.e whole that there - veiy little differ-e--i A wedding, which was somewhat of a class havj become scarce in Australia. e U'tueen the people of thcii.ouir.Hin surpiise to our citizens took place at 10 The folly of horse owners in being liities and tlwse of the blue gr s. o'clock Wedncs'laj morning. The contempted to part with their best Tu mountain people are kind and tracting iMrtiiswere Mr. W. I. Williams mares has worked most disastr .iisly in and more rlritiish and ju-- t as proud y and Miss Maggie Jennings. The Kngland and her dependent provinces. tlu-i- r i beating ?h the people of the took place at the home of the India does not, nor can not, produce a r oMiuties. Not mere than three tn-bride's paients, Mr. and Mrs Henry Clav. horse suitable for cavalry. What is s (i south of Point lnrnsidi, on the Jennings, mi lltciiuiuml Miett, and wan'ed i a stout animal, with as much r .h.I from Smuert-e- t to Muntieello, onee in a hcautilul anil impressive man breeding as possible, varying from an acI the reMdetfe of Thomas m Smith ner by Elder (ieorge (iovven, of the tive medium bized hoise to a useful Mi Mas an old acquaintance of mine. ( hiistiau chuich. The bnde is a hand stock horse; and as the Iiiitih soldier It was on Friday, Wee. 1th, that I visited some blonde and by her lovely mantiers and his accoutrements weigh from 200 to the old hcmie of Thi'inas Smith. He hiiiI kind disposiiii-has made mauv 225 pounils, it is useless to provide him ii i I long ms,ed away with the genera-- t fiiends and iiomirers. 'II e gioom, who with a weak and weedy animal. For ''i in whtcli le lived. When "lie a law ver ot ability, loiited in liucas-te- r this description of horse the English liolera broke cmt in Nieliolasville, in is having come from several years J j y lNvi, I took my father, mother anil Cauipbellbville; theago, of hisbojhood. Government is piepared to pay a good home price, but he cannot be found in two Mhters, who have recently died, to After the cert-mothe coup'c left for a siillicient numbers. At the close of the the mountains of H ckchtle ami Pulttbki short bridal tour, after whit h they will re- Inst official year the Remount Service re coniitif.s where we sjent three months and lake ro ins with Mrs. Jennings. port bhows a shortage of nearly 300 m visiting my mother's, relations The turn The Ketord extends hearty congratula horses. There were plenty of horses in h iuse in which Tom Smith lived wa the market, but of such an inferior one of these goodly ohl log hone w hi. I lions. The dim tors and stockholders of the stamp the Government agents wouhl c niUinedMX roomsandanell ro .tiM.. t' e National Ikink v otetl Tuesday to red uct not buy them. Out of 250 or 1500 horses t long by Neventoe wot tlnrtv - Is of the number f various lengths and he.i is the amotiiit of capital stock from $250,000 offered onlj one-thirwere fail ly good animals- - The remainand iops were wattered around, be- M 00,000. We regiet to chronicle the serious ill- der were nothing but weeds which the wliich Hiartens b'ue nt ith the 1s and pigeons liad undisputed jw) ness, of Mr. Win. H.Smith. Heisathi- - agent refused to take. If this Mate of In fiont were two niHjVsliccwks lioiuc. on l.eMiigtou street, suirenny things exists in times of piping peace inn rtw mills' their branches wi as to form from a cancer, which has been giadualh what would be the result if war should a tn st a Iruwer over the whole court eating away bib fate for several vears ensue, when an enormous number of var I A few roilb wet-t-a chnup of cnlarb Mr. Smith i one of the oldest business animals would be required for every dev red a roekv dell where the crows men in I jmraMer, and ib widely known partment of the military servicehave the navy. The War Department of the i ned a iruMritive risht to make a and has a laige ciicle of friends. English Government has not evinced i isi unci to rob and Meal Through the Dogb got into the sheep Hocks of Judgi fotcs'ight in contemplating the weakness t t.irui a dashing rivulet forced itt. way Joe Kobinson, J. N. Cook and (Jeoige tin, nt and ehating like an Evans Tuestiaj night, killing several ami of the cavalrv and field artillery serviie. !' tint afterwards by hiicetsive windor thirlj so badlv There has been nothing to prevent the crippling tweiitv-tiv- e ings and more gentle fallb it grew quiet that they will tlie. Such wholesale agents of foreign governments from Us course ami gurgling pleat-antlslaughter ate enough to discourage far- buying all the available animals and ttirouh a downy meadow and along the mers, and some have given up hhetp shipping them out of this country. In t'uinb'-rliinr M iside leading to the lais'nig altogether on account of damage fact Captain I). M. Taylor ol the Ordwin-rinance Department U. S. A. did call the discharged iU. cler sjurkling done by woitlde&s dogs. it attention of the Government to the difiier When I visited that old jilnce a It is said that some of those who re Ji .i .Ins ago, I found even thine in tently. left this cnunti) to teek fortunes ficulty of the English Government in r'xn The ohl house hah iongwnce been in the far West have decided to return. obtaining horses suitable for the military service and pointed to the fact that t .rn down. The hheils, coort and If they expect to find abetter countrv American maikets were open to the P con houses are all irone. IJelow tlie than old (Jai tranl, thev had as well fold world and foreign governments could g r ten, I remember a little rustic iwlitig their tents and come hack. Garrard mav obtain a supply which would stand them e . iosed a rude poplar beat, over which not be over crowded with money, but in good stead in time of need. ! it an apple tree of favorite fruit where she has the best people in the world, Under existing circumstances this 1 delimited wlien employed in driv- "and don't you forget it." government would take oome blep to ing mulch to the South, to Mot) curtail any wholesale shipment of horses aiil fill my pockets with applet. Aftr PONY SHOT. irom this countrv Stock Farm. lingering around the old home of my oi"l friend who died years: ago I returned Monday, about the hour of noon, soint PEOULlAKl.AJNDbUIT. to Point Itiirnsjilc and came on the cars either iiialicjoiibly or accidental! tmev t Siineiset On the Mount Vernon bhot a pony belonging to Mr. J. W CarSome time ago, Mr. George W. Evans road is old Mount Zion church, erected roll, through the brain, necessitating it sold a tract of land "supposed to contain bv the Ikiptihta ninety five years ago. being killed. The pony was in the pas- 55 acres" at $25 an acre to Henry Claus. O.d Kichanl Golyer was Jpabtor of tliat tille back of Mr. Carroll's house on Main When it was surveyed it was found to be years. The rhuicli church fifty-si- x Crosb Mieet when shot, and stggeied to over 05 acres anil Claus refused to take it 6!ood on a gentle hill on the right of the the stable wheic it fell and w.is killed as it wasiuorethan he wanted. Evans sued road to Mount Vernon, commanding a The bullet, which was a rifle or pistol him and Judge Saufley held that the ex fine view of the surroundine country mil, pien ed directly through tbeanimal's cess did not entitle him to a rescission so There are more than two thousand per brain whidi makes it appear that the as to relieve him from his obligation to sons buried in the old church grounds. bhot was fired intentionally, although pay the full price agreed, no fraud being I remember beeiug a voting New England Mr. Carroll mibpccts no one of such a practiced The defendant tried to show girl from Maine in 1S5G, who was enhow M r. Evans had got another man iu the heinoiib crime. Detective Welch is gaged in teaching rxhool near the old same way, hut the court ruled that evi NicholabvTlle Journal. ihurch. Stie was not more than en deuce out. The case was appealed and teen years of age w hen I first met her. KENDALL DOESN'T LIKE CIVIL this week the higher court affirmed trie SERVICE. Nature had given her personal charms of decision. Welch for appellant and Alno ordinary character and from a joung corn and Paxtou for appellee. Stanford A Washington telegram says: "Whengirl, au bhe was when I first met her, Journal. he had in a few years grown up to be a ever I start out to get a piace for.a YOUNG MEN SHOULD SWDI. said Representative Keudali young lady of great personal beauty. The deep black exprestdve eye, the noble this afternoon, "I invariably run afoul of President Young and Piof Slattcry, of civil service law in the most forehead and features. So brilliant that the the eye of the stranger was at once rivi-U- d unexpected places. Yesterday I went Centre College, are talking of an imporby it. Who can forget that red and over to see Chief Johnson, of the Bu tant improvement in the department of white the hue that came and went, reau of Engraving and Printing, in behalf physical training This is an addition to deepened and paled as she spoke. And of Elbiidge Park, of Irvine. I wanted the Gym., including a swimming pool withal how little was thebeauty of the Park apiKiinted to some place because lit- fifty feet long, forty ftet broad, and with peron compared to the intellectual is a deserving Democrat and a uiObt cap a depth running from four to ten feet. wort- h- ti too heart. This early usher able fellow. After 1 told my story Chief This would not only be a splendid addi ed into the echool of womanhood. She Johnson said: 'Well, Mr. Kendall, 1 lion to the work of the gymnasium, bill loved all that was bright and cheerful in woultl be pleased to appoint your man, would be a luxurv to all who had access my to it. It is proposed to allow tha peoplej the world around her, and the beautiful and would gladly do bo, but you-te-e t of the town to have the use of the pool, mountain scenerv amid which her lot hands are tied by the civil service to take the examination, if it is put iu at a nominal fee, and aryour man was cast fostered this luve until itherame a pasbi n em'irrtcing earth and skv. No and if he passes perhaps he might get an range it so that they could have access to light or nhad-- , brilliant hue or delicate appointment,' I have written Prkto it during the summer mouths, with speceye, ever seeking foi -- Uud the examination, and if he goes ial davs for ladies The water, of coiinx tit'ge ecapd beautiful, and dd in. Iced must have ! through all right, I'll gethiui appointed, would l,e furnished hy the town system the and thd pool would be drained as often been the hcjrt whicls could have wan j The civil service is a fraud." as it was nece&sarj- - to do so. The con dered with her over hill and valley and . 0. K. Officers. I. teni plated improvements will co-- t be not have breathed the pure Fpirir. which Madison Lodge To. 14, 1 0. O. F.,at its tween six and eeven thousand dollars Tilled her. She, I said, grew to woman regular meeting Monday night, elected It would be difficult to overestimate the hood. She at beloved. Mie loved mnut lova Soft and the following officers fortheensuingyrnr: convenient e and plea -- a re to )e derived will aud tender words were breathed into he E G Parish. Tfohle Grand; A. T. Doug- ftom a good swjrrimingpool, and the en bo.il hv a V"U g ".jrgjniaji, lint n'ap, av las, Vice Grand: h J. Frazee, Secretary; I'ouragement wli'ch the movement win il.J. Mreng, Tretisnier; Ik Jonett, Hot; rprrjye from the eoplunl the town will tliat their ii's wished mit-- t S.ll.Turpin,l! J St'rengaudJ.D.'Feeny, no doubt he hearty and liberal. Dan- -' in t the deep piety within her tnie ville Atlvocate. bade hiiu farewell, never again to uieei r.j Propertv Commiltte. the acini; of wwc'-ian's The Able Editor. ar - jii-- Bride's Sad Tato. Mrs. Blifkins I'm afraid my darter is awful unhappy with that new bus-ban- d of hers. Mrs. (iab Do tell! Have you heard A so? v j.rs "No. but I've seen him on the street every day since he got married, and he walks along just as chippy and as ever. He doesn't look subdued a bit." N. Y. Weekly. pood peop'e, Who give the voles that win. That when yoi. turn the rascals out You turn the rascals In' Atlanta Constitution. And Then lie Proposed. There had been a brief internal of silence, ami he felt that he oughtlosay something. "I see that thestudents of sociology have figured it out," be began, "that education Fie paused, as If in doubt whether he ought to proceed. "Yes." she said, encouragingly., " that education is having a. bad effect upon matrimony," he continued; "especially the education of women." "I never did believe in too much education." she said, softly. She waited for him to speak, hut he said nothing. "1 nni glad I never knew my lessons, anyway." she added. Some men are slow to take a hint, but they are quick to understand when they are hit with an ax. lie saw the point, Chicago Ptwt. It Is Always "John, you have drinkinjf." The vvoitb fell cruelly .ipon the They were blushing man's senses. true, lie could not deny them And n tan of that little yet he wondered. drink he had carefully placed on? glass of two olives, t.iree crackers, a liberal portion of cheese, two cloves, six grains of coffee, thiee spices, one and in udditicn thereto he hod smoked a cigar. He coul-- only turn his head sadly avruy and say: "What's the good of anything?" Judge. ice-wat- that Way. Cures , merjt PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Curos Cures Cures Cures Cures soda-min- t, Up Was Right. Old It's pitiful, Explicit Directions. In order to save time the young man who had come for a marriage license handed in a card containing the names of Nokkolaus BlohockenschimpC and Varina Morff. "These are the names of the parties, I suppose." said the county clerk's tiie deputy. "Yes. sir." "You are Mr. BI Bl " "Yes, sir." "May I ask how you pronounce Gent Look here, jourg man, when you asked me for the hand of my Cures daughter and I consented, yon told me that you wtre one of the directors nt Cures your bank, and I find that you're Cures r. nothing but a confounded Youth Yes: but I'm one of the directors all the same. Old Gent What do ycu direct" Youth Envelopes. N. Y. Wo Id. No Closet Room. " Every one ha3 a sUeleton,"they sny, " In his closet," we don't believe that. In fact for you It cannot be true. Because you live In a flat. To a I. Hood Judge. pen-prshe-- Cures. forms, like goitre, swelled neck, running seres, hip disease, sores In the eyes. of Salt ltheicn, with Its intense itching and burning, scald head, tetter, etc. of Boils, Pimples, and all other eruptions due to Impure blood. of Dyspepsia and other troubles where a good stomach tonic w as needed. of Rheumatism, where patients were unable to w ork or walk for w eeks. of Catarrh by expelling the Impurities which cause and sustain the disease. of Nervousness by properly toning and feeding the nerves upon pure blood. of That Tired Feeling by restoring strength. Send for book of cures by Uve of scrofula In severest pmaaeot Sarsaparllla-po- si, URANTE LILLY,, ATTORNEY-A- T rticiiMOND, Office ... "' LAW, . treet. ..0r7'?.? ?s. Mam Mitchell s clothing store. over Coving; t& A Residence iq North - Kentucky. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, x. W rorne Main nnd Second svrerto PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ip MHlr. Will practice in all tlie Richmond, Kentucky.' VUdixon nnd mJoin!ng counties and Court of A pp. ills. Office in Smith Building, No. aoa Main Street, tairs Office hours ta to s and 19 j o'clock in V. B. mMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (ICHMOND, Office in Cellini Building, Kkntucxy. it hesd of JUtrs. 3'-- y DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, UlCHMOND. . KKNrUCKY Telephone at office and residence. Hood's SarsapariHa & Co.. Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. T. C. tfe D M. CHKNAULT, G. W. EVANS, M. D., Richmond, Kentucky. Having retired from the practice of medicine ye . for real.- -; bet known to ay self, I ajaia of"ir t.y professional xr-ic- es to the people of Richmond ana Persoui desir '" ?y services will nnd ry oftce nrst user 3ti" of the residence ofN. U. Oeatheraie on Second ATTORNEYS AT LAW, . Office on Second . Kentucky. '""' street. .... roirr-- s wooino. EVOLUTION OF A MATHS31AT1C1AX, ,, nOOa S FlllS pills, aid olgesnoa. are the, best after-ilimic- r .rv. 25c. -- - LXJ street, OTr Chenault's iro name?" "Yes, that a sne7e." Chicago Tribune. sir. Two coughs and d w-1- 1 "Miss Klsa. favor me with your hand, and make me the happiest of immor-ttls.- " 1- - Fliegende Blaetter. A Cae of Overwork, Tlie teakettle had been filled and left by Dinah to its own devices over the kitchen fire. The water "boiled over," quite conand Master cerned about so much steam and sput tering, ran tip stairs calling: "Oh! mamma, come quick! The teakettle is overdoing." Judge. Would Herd the Warning. Old Quiverful And so you want to take our danghter from us. Yon want from us. suddenly, without to take a word of your slippers are right where you can find them easily, and your pipe and tobacco are on the writing desk, bandy for you!" "All right. Molly." groaned the tired, suspicious husband, "you can get that new cloak Atlanta Constitution. The Widow Confesses. How do you manage to liiake yourself bo popular with al! the old He read-- , In thinking of her my medulla Will wear all Its "pia" away. Yet, tho" perish my poor oblongata And the pith of my osa decay. Still to me she's the persona grata I most like to find In my way. London Fun. Ho Understood. "Walk right in, dear! Your supper's Love's Anatomy. My subclavian fossa dlssusti her, She scorns my parietal tone. Yet sweet Is my love as the rn'orntog That breaks In a tropical zone. To her I will bend my patulla. On her fix my optical ray. Twas Ever Thus. Oh, the gold In the locks of my love! It Is brighter than stars to behold; But the misery that mocks All the gold tn her locks Is the cast-Iro- n locks on her gold! Atlanta Constitution. END OF TBE HONEYMOON. W. It. SHACKELFORD, DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, . Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second Street, over Yeagers Jewelry Store. Residence on Third Street. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Richmond. Kentucky. Will practice in all the Courti. Office over Rich nond Nat.onal Bani. tam e as Cot Caperton's. 4J DENTAL STJSQSST. (g) 0 STEPHEN D. PARRISH, A TTORNEY . A T LA W, WELBY W. BURGIN, DENTIST, Richmond, Richmond, . Kxntucky Patentt, Caveat!, Trade Marl., Dei. gat, Etc Report ii to patentaDilitjr o invention Free ol Charge. Unsurpaed facilities. Moderate terras. Bclore applymg fora patent, write me. S- Kentucky, street. Office over Chcnault's grocery, Ns. 16 Secvad 4J- - 4. B. HOGG, Sketch. Unusual. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Richmond, Office No 13 DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Richmond. OrriCK noiiM, Snvth building. Main - - Kentucky 0 bachelors? hr ceie-moii- Young Goslovv Not at all, Blr. If there is anything about her you want to warn me against I'm willing to listen. Brooklyn Life. the width of the stream? Witness Eighteen feet three inches arjl n half. Counsel Now, sir, what made you measure it &o carefully? Witress Oh! I thought some fool might ask me! London Judy. Great Event. Guipps Why were you not up at the house of Tottie Evergreen, the A 1 Widow I nsk them for their adr'ce. He And do you manage it the same way with the young ones? Widow Oh. no; with them I ridicule the advice the older ones give. Truth. Tlai Gone Out. Caller Is Mrs. Highupp nt home? New Girl No'm. Caller Ah. she has taken advantage wa-sa- id Not Connnrl' Opinion. Counsel tan you tell me what was of this delightful weather. New Girl I presume. Yes'm. She said that all sorts of people would be roakin' calls on'er day like this; so she went to the dentist's'. N. Y. Weekly. Terll. You'll heat- - of Mrn. Gofrequent trouble In the Higgamore family one A In Reputation child wonder, the other pight? don't know. What was goTripps ing on? Guipps She was celebrating ber golden wedding. Life. Yonth. Little Clarence (who reads and profits An Oiwervlni; of these days. Mrs. Allears Dear me! What is jt ? I overheard my Mrs. Gofrequent husband saying the other day that Higgamore was awfully stuck on Mpy We.et. Chicago Tribune. A Dora Fighter. "No, sir, a man with a face like that Is never a coward." "How do you know?" "It's so homely that he couldn't have any fear of spoiling it." Chicago Rec- ii-- d eesof thereby) Pa? Mr. Callipers Well, my son? Little Clarence Isn't it singular, pa, that it takes about ten times as much identification to cash a check as it docs to get lynched? Puck. A Useful ord. Words. If you have gracious worls to say. Oh, give them to our hearts But if they hold for us a sorrow. Pray keep them till the last U A. W Bulletin. JUDGED I1Y AITEARANCES. y; Question. Those two men alone in the box arc father and son? Which is the faShe He The one who is peering over this way with his glasses. She And now which is the son? ther? Judge. One Way Out of It, d -- d e Why did you make me take umbrella just now, wfien we stopped to sperk to Jenkins? Jones I don't mind telling you now since he has gone along, but it was his umbrella. Life. Dawkins that An Admission, Lea- - I wonder if Trof. Kidder meant anything by It? Perrins Ry what? Lea He advertised to lecture on "Fools," and when 1 bought a ticket it was marked: "Admit One"" Puck. Actress Yes. The manager agrees to nl ovv the expense of two diamond robberies and one divorce. Brooklyn no Trouble to the House. Boggs (in restaurant) See here, waiter, I've waited for that steak half an hour! Waiter (cheerfully) O, that's all right, sir; you needn't worry. Our dinner-tim- e lasts from five to eight o'clock. Life. tract? Friend final Arrangements. Have you Bigned the con- She Every family has u skeleton in It, and ours is no exception. Ile Er so 1 see. Judge. The Worst. ." "There nro various stages In mused grandmamma, reflective-court-Bhip- ly. "And the worst," put in Ethel, who spoke from experience, "is the nlow coach." Bay City Chat. As It Strock ll'.m. Little John saw a small tug engaged In towing a large ship, and heard the tug whistle loudly. "Oh. papa!'' he exclaimed. "The; big boat's got the little one by the tail, and it's squealing!" Youth's Companion. An Apparent Discrepancy. I don't knew what yo-.- i tvill think of the widow. She is a grea-- favorite with the gir3s. lie Is that so? I understood she was good looking. Bay City Chat.' Mngglns I hear that Prof. De Place, who has returned from an extensive exploration in the least known parts of She John, precious, what would oo both continents, has made a mest re- do if oo 'ittle wifie should die? markable discovery. He My dear, oo 'ittle htibbie would Scruggins What is it? follow 'oo to the tomb in a hack. Muggins lie has discovered nc place Judge, that was probably once the Garden of The Reckoning. Kden. Puck. As lie thinks of the supper last evening. That he bought her Just after the play, Attentive Clerks. for he Clara Why do you always at He sighs with regret,llsh ball cannot forget Ho must dine on a Sharp. Bargain & Co.'s? Philadelphia Record. Dora The clerks me more attentive Likely to Live. there than at other places. Neighbor 1 hear your husband if. Clara I never found it so. Dot a Perhaps you are not engaged sick. Mrs.Dobbs Yes, he's sick very sick. to av many of them as I am. X. Y. Neighbot- - My I my! Is he criticalWeekly. ly ill? Left Ills Wife. Mrs. Dobbs I should remark. Why, Do you mean tc say that he growls at everything. Hoax N. Y. Meekly h:is left his wife? Weekly. Joax Yes. A Good Man Goes Slangy. "Why, he told me only yesterday that "That's a good thing, my boy," said his home reminded him of Heaven." to "So it did. It made him think of Uncle Allen Sparks, benignantly, oft! Heaven and wish he was there." Phila- the boy who was cleaning the snow the sidewalks of the neighborhood with delphia Record. a homemade snowplow. "That's agocd She Wanted to Know. thing. Push it along." Chicago Trib Mrs. Callipers (with rising inflection) une. My dear? no nomii'i for Thankfulness. Mr. Callipers Well? "Where 1 live we have no peace. Mrs. Callipers Why is it that If a There's a piano in Eeven out of the eight man has a peculiarity he calls it eccen- flats." tricity, and if his neighbor has the same "You ought to thank heaven there'B thing he calls it damfoolery? Truth. none in the eighth." "But there's a pair of twins in that Actionable. "I don't know what action I ought to flat." Town Topics. take in this case," mused Banks. "Say, An Appropriate Keepsake. Rivers, if you went to see a man to col"I presume you carry a memento of lect a bill and he told you to go to the tome sort in that locket of devil what would you do?" "Precisely; it is a lock of my hus"I'd go and see a lawyer," answered band's hair." Rivers. Chicago Tribune. "But your husband is still alive!" "Yes; sir; but his hair is all gone," Unsatisfactory Compensation. Spirito Folietto. Jtssie I'm so annoyed at those criticisms of my singing at the concert. Her Reply. They speak go slightingly of ny voice. Jones asked his wife: "Why is a husFlorence Still, they said you were band like dough?" He expected she very pretty. woi:!d gi-it up, and was going to tell Jessie Oh. but everyone knows that. her it was "because a woman needs Brooklyn Life. him," but she said it was because he was "hard to getoff her hands." Town A Plausible Explanation. "This patent medicine seems to have and Country. She Gets It Now. iost Its strength," said Farmer Clover's wife, as she took a pull at c musty bot- . Gillback 1b it true that you don'r concoction. spend as much money now ns you did tle of some cure-a"Perhaps the patent has expired," before you were mnrried? Packetfc It is. I wish I could say suggested her husband. To Dat:. tbe same thing of my wife. Gloucester Her Idea. Breeze. The Chaperon The idea of your alConnnht tl Candor. lowing Mr. Tuesoon to kiss you! Such He Precious, did you give roe this proceedings are disgraceful, and going beautiful umbrella because you love on under mj- - very nose. too. The Daughter But 1 thought they me? She No. darling. I gave It to yon bewent under mine. N. Y. Ledger. cause I am tired of' lending you mine-ChiFlenpecked. Record. "Well, are you satisfied with your Natural Inference. husband?" "Is Bob Knockout a widower?" "I am. When 1 want anything now "No. Why do you ask?" have only to look at him and be un"1 heard some one say that hi fightderstands me at once." Humorist ische ing days were 07er." Detroit Free Blaetter. l y. Kjntucky Street. Office 3- First street, up stairs. PSTSICIA2TS. to a M. ; 1:00 to 4 P. M. Practice limited to dentistry. - DR. H. R. GIBSOX, Richmond. J. C HOIG1I). . A.VATU. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Secay- MORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS, Richmond, Bank. rSi t 1 I Kentucky. National ' Office in the Joe ( ollins building, iS and ond Street over White's new drugstore. - Owe Main Street, over Madison t.j 5v Mil V CHAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, College. J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. ' ICHMOND, Gradual? Ontario Vrlrrinary Kentucky. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. (Iflice up stairs over New York Store, corner 46- Mxnanu rirst treets, Kicnmond Crown and bnd;e work a specialty. Office la Collins building. Main street, Office hioars 9 a. st ir ta m , 1 to 4 p. 31 ; The Blue Grass flerd OF THOHOOGHBRED RED HOGS. I BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BF.ST HERDS ol thU famons liret-of nvvine in several ditRrent tatw. A splendid lot of pigs of different agp for sale Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence oliched. MY A d ld reus, R. H. BRONHUGH, rnpneiurt unui un-'mr- .ivy li HEATERS TO $50. The greatest number of ll HEATING STOVEShave ever had and the greatest variety we Prices range from S3 up to S50. All shapes and sizes. Many designs. Plainest to the cago fanciest We can satisfy you in every respect. 1 Quantity Not Qnallty. Wife Don't you think. John, politiy cians are more corrupt than they were 50 years tuo? John No. my dear, but them aro more of them. To Date. Plaint of a Traslmlst. I never a pencil that to-da- tiackelfon Truth. The Tip and the Slip. That there's many a slip, 'Twlxt the cup and the lip. Is a proverb you Know veil enough; But a commoner clip Is the slip 'twbtt the Up And the horse that you back with your $ Gentry,Hy Kichmond, KT She ( stun. Truth. t," Enfant Terrible. "Mother Well, what do you say to uncle? How do you do, dear. What did papa say? Jack (whining) Great heavens, here comes that old crank again Buch fur 1 I'd spent both time and iklll to But what it fell upon the floor And always on the sharjned end Chicago Tribune. m.-n- td IT TICKLES YOU VIZ INSTANT BELIEF 199 nt n .st Alle. Knew nis Wars. Mamma, has gran'pa sure Mnisie gone to Heaven ? Mamma Oh! yes, indeed, Maisie, "Eh! what Is?" "Neighbor has fallen heir to a tune." Puck. "Jnst Hard Udh. my .luck!" 'for' Anything: to Get Rid of It. Grinnen Whnt are you going to take for that frightful cold you've got ?' Barrett. I'll take anything youll offer. Do you want it? Chicago Tribune. Gown Was All Right. LIGHTNING HOT DROPS. Gladness Comes understanding of a better transient uatuie of the mnuy phys- sure! Maisie in aw hile for a smoke. Judge, Relieved of Uli Suspense. Well. I bet he sneaks out once Impartial. Big failure of Smlijli's. Brown wasn't It? Any preferences? Tone None whatever. Borroiyed ivherever he could. Brooklyn Lifei Snre to He True. "You know, Ueorge." she wns ex, Mrs. Benham Henry, la too thln' my dress Benham ' I -- exclaimed the condemned horse thief, as the rope furnished by the regulators broke und let him drop. Chicago Tribune. "I breathe more freely!" gratefully plaining."! wasbrought upwithout.jiny care." "Mary rue, my darling." said "and shall hav nothing butcdre. Westchester (3 lobe. I (5eo!-g- e, i law-Ge- hr Doctor rl am afraid I shall have to bleed you a little. Patient To what extent, doctor? The last doctor I had bled me to the extent of $300. N. Y. Recorder. Had Some Experience. Starburd 1 would take you out sailing with me if you knew the ropes. Arizona Dick I ain't exactly ignorant, young man. 1 waa sheriff fer five ' years. Bay City Chaf. Explained. jF "Faitnie," he said. uj oti are the'only-,voma- o 1 have ever loved " " 3. '"Clarence, how -- Orowinc Anxious Staid. "Jack writes he has been pin; ing poker wit if papa, and p.ipa write i ho can t possibly send a check fo A nt ' month " ' What on earth areyou going to lov "Send for .lack." Life. Before tbe JJ earth. She (sentimentally) What po try there is in a fire! He (sadly) Yes: a great deal oil my poetry ha gone there. Harj! era Bazar. Tired Husband I've, had a ten; Ible day - at the office awl I'm mad t: lear through. ' Wife Now woj!d be.agood tis for roii tn lma.L tboee rHjJS. Trutfc. A (2ood JUeod. - 2 . J i, - . i -- if . "The others," he continued, 'were all iris.M N. X- - WoridL -- i fi - .; ical ills which vanish Lcfoie proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts Twas Bat a Gentle It Int. in 'My dear Miss Easthill," remtjked rightly directed- - There is comfort of the knowledge that so lnaivy forms Mr. Cliftonheights, meeting the young sickness are not due to air actual dislady by chance on Fourth street, your ease, but simply to a constipated condisteeple crown hat is simply divir.e. I tion of the system, which, the pleasant crossed the street especially to jet a family laxative. Syrup of Figs, promptThat is better view. However, I shou!dn like ly removes. mil'ions why it Is the only. of 1 milies. and w reiS2ly with to sit behind it at ti.e theater." ', everywhere esteemed so hitrhlr by all "But, then, you needn't," retorted who valviv good health. Il&1enefi-iaMiss Easthill. with au arch smile;' "for effects are due to t'ae fact, that it is tlife you are welcome to sit beside It.")l one remedy wwksh. promotes internal What could the poor boy do? ,e in- cleanliness, without" debilitating th'J vited her on the spot. Cincinnati Post. organs on which, it acts, ltistherefom all important, in order to pet its beneI! ficial effects, to note when you purZanewlll's Tat Retort. story about L chase, that yon have tho gentiive article, They are telling Zangwrill, the prose writer and painter which is manufactured bj- the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all repof ghettos and other things Hebraic. utable druggists. A lady an American, of course-h- ad If in the enjoyment of good health, been interviewing him. Suddenly and tho system is regular, then laxa- t!re nr other rptiMdi ara not needed. she pounced upon, an original idet! ,,, "Dear, clever Mr. Zangwill. If afflicted with any actual disease; on'vS know that I never really knew year , may be oomnienrtca wtujn6t.suiiirin i r,- onnsttan name if .njuty Madame," he gravely repliqL "I' have no Christian ij.naae, but my jjthar jFistMihigiMsetaiidmo-ikivw- c aottei-- c Aajervjeens mm. aad'sives most liaise m israei. - "" y " ! , dql-yo- Topics. long? No, but the bill is, don't' you 'Covra the, od cvxkytimk. Good, Swells Ertrnrtifr tastes Soob, Does at 1 5a ma TC Kr Bsflia. KiiMf. M rtj. JcM too ill. wstalaa In sal MiIUi a. asata aa 24. bax. jPRBtGttX. HERB MEDICINE CO. Cuds CU R ES CeSe. CrJp. Diarrkeem. Mxbut. NkiMoa. Ou(e J St. uc H E ALS Cats. Bars. Bruises. Scratch, Bttta 4 Anlrta's. Scrpciu. 2at tc BREAKS UP'Cc4!a.XGrtoe.!a4au. Croup. Sees Tojoit. etc . !!. FINE OLD LIQUORS 2 fj 14 YEARS OLD. Pure QUI Mile I hh 8. P. Bow. ciual Whkic for Family nd Meli U-k- Package, in c, it and lo gallon specialty . Silver Greek lip Bay mare mule. 251 hinds, one fora foot little enlarged arjoint, 9 or 10 years dd. No Bhoes. Stolen Itst con;t day" ind traded to one eyed bay mure. Reasonable reward. Cospy, k Y-- It. KirkilU, Ky. Wholesale Pealers, Silver frei-- FARM FOR Oiie"iitWiilil mlJcfn-Hj RNTf , M.t to Tfspa n nl It " ..i,i,ii,.,.it fl,1(dl.Jnra,olV'.r(, ,,, ee. to Gtd -- ix. if. nd eisMrrn arrt.ihr andtnbac- KirVvillr, r Ajply eHtwe fr KHtwrjLo.v, 97 Ky. riyht-mx- lTd lir Fftniaiy Intl'will 5c levied tm Inmcni ad m and soVl Plrr mhI tie eftwie, nnd 8v im eatt ot J atlvfrtiekw. SUM. J. P. temtim- - ?gfM i-2- Jl- All pnvcrlT n.l t2.e(tr -- c C!-- ; 0 1 r CO r J 4-- ll' -- k f- - ' II si -- 6 it ti ' ii 5 flii f ,v. V -- f&. 1. in .3 s .. " t;e:j M: w ,v "rfi o H '- - ,ir ? - V 'JH W '. v & B it il , , ' ,. ?-?- , THE CLIMAX. ItEXCH TIPTOX, D. P. ARMER, FUBUSHbll Brooltstown. Editor. Manager. BT I. - VY VKDNESDAY The Climax Printing PRICK Go. PER YUAIt, $1.50. JAN. 22, "WEDNESDAY, - - 189G The tuos-- t extensive funeral Louisville lias had for many a day was that of Hayor Tyler, last week. Judge Mulligan, of Lexington, rep resentative of the United States, at Cainoa. has corns home and it is baid Mill remain. How Keutiu'kians do scatter about Charles. DeGartuo, of Covington, was killed in tins Dr. Jameson invasion of the Transvaal. 2 ' jf I Rft r Aceoum.a to Spanish information, the Spamth arms continue to win victories-iCuba, but somehow the Cubans get closer and closer to Havana, which is the only place of importance on the island occupied ti PMnisli soldiers. Auditor bTONE rolused the bond of Sheriff lfLanz, of Jefferson county, because it was not filed within the time specified by law, bo the countv judge appointed a .Republican in his place, all o( winch is the niult of pure carelessness of a Democr . in. the hands ot lfepub licans. .NATIONAL 1 aJlMKAIIl! t'OXVKNTIu.N, JHLi 7fll, ClUCUiO. On Thursday, the National Democratic Committee, in session in Washington City, decided to hold the national convention July 7th in .Chicago. The next President of the United States will be named in the "Windy Cit" on that dater or thereftloUtb. He will be a sound jwouev man in favor of retiring the greenbacks, unless Congress 6hall in the miwHtime reach a satisfactory solu tion of the problem WUKKE AltK THE I'KilIIBUTIOMSTS? A little strange, isn't it, that no bonis are ascending orer the proposed christening' of the Iiatlle-shi- p "Kentucky"? The usual way is to break a bottle of chsBtjmRne on the lw of the boat, which is bo4d and bad enough but now it is proposed to Mibstitute a bottle of liotirbon whisky made up of contributions from Kentucky distilleries. stueiHlous immorality of the proceeding we aie constrained to think it a rank uas-t- of fine material. Miss is ex- Harriet HichanUon, of Iexington pects! to porform the lwptiMn. CAM IMIS CALLED DOWN. R- - r Chinm Insurgents made it so hot for Spain that General Campos offered hin resignation, which was prompt! Whether the ohl warrior iitfe own accord or whether his reMpiMtion was suggested by his Government is not known. lie that as it may one feature is entire!' clear, and that is that Gtmpos utterly faded to suppress tle reltciliun December and January were the liet months of the year for the SjkihMi soldiers, being the only period hat afforded immunity from j ellow fe er. Chtitpos last summer, promised to con tiller tle rebels ju-- t so soon aa the weather should suppress the fever, but instead it looks as if the rebels were about to suppress the Spaniards. Congress should recognize the Cubans as belligerents and thus aid the struggling islanders." The Senate Committee on Forercaffairs will report in furor of Monroe Doctrine and the same wilt dvubtle.ss be endorsed by lwth tiie Senate and the House Now as :t seems well to prohibit a foreign power from forcibjy acquiring terriiorv on this continent, Mould it not be well to some foreign holdings already existing for instance, Spanish occupa tion of Cuba ? Sisg-l- Scstcncss Frcra " states. Several ChiK and the Argentine Republic are alHWt to go to war over their boundary hue. ClHrksvi'l, Tenn.'s Repnb'iran candidate for .aor has been arrested for violating the pension lobbers hanged tarmer Day and brained his wife, near Jackson, laws-Masked Ton n. Y. M O. A. fund for Lovisville build ieg has reached $7(5,000. . At.St. Johns, N. F. 1000 families are without iodd, fuel, "or clothing In New York, Seitlenlwrg, Steifel & Co., cigar manufacturers, failed for$400.- OOOand Perkins A. Walsh, sugar refiners, for 3125,000. For 18B5 the exports of the United States were $23,000,000 greater than the imports. . Pi ve outlaws' wen hangedby ranchers, in Oklahoma last Wedtiesdav. AL.Elbe, Alabama, half a dozen farm ers lost $5,000 tinkering with a green goods man. Flem Spivy, with his bewitching The question of taking the vote in . Keene, 'Sutterle & Co., Philadelphia Kirksville Magisterial district, on focal smile, has returned to Panola from Jes leather dealers, assigned w ith liabilities option, is being fully diecussed just now samine county, where had been at work. of $4,000,000. Thclocal uptiouist claims they are able to Uncle lorn Elliott, an octogenarian, At millville, R. I., 1000 persons are'out carry it by a good majority, while the though feeble, walks to Panola, a distance of employment, owing, to the shutting autj.side claim the same. If it should of about a mile, and "back home, on down of the United StatesRubber Com carry it "Would be pretty hard on some of pretty days. pauy's works. the topeas, as there are three distilleries Last week was hustler for business. At Jackson. Tennessee, two boys eight iu close range and this would force them Ties came in an almost endless stream, aUd ten years old, are under arrest tor to "Richmond for their bitters. hands loading them into cars. Other horse stealing. TTT' things were hauled. At San Antonio, Texas, 500 delegates M. C. Covington is salesman in D. F. te attended Livestock Associasharp's store, W :u. Woolery, clerk for tion and reported a shortage of 200,000 head inthe supply of Texas cattle. ' to Stanford, three years, haing decided to retire Wm. Wilder Near.Murj-ovlle- , soon, and farm for his health. Kaiisae, Mrs. "Joseph.: Lincolucoutity. ,.' On Saturday moruing a sensation was liuaeuraut Killeuliereigtitctyitlren with . Levi Henderson, who 'has. been very poisou an lhe.ll haiiged herself. created by a report that R. C Adams, v , sick, is oat again. At Jouesboro; Tetin. Joe DoVe en the vocal music teacher, had eloped with IJorn, to the wile of W- - B. Whittaker, gaged iu a nglit witli soinf1 Miss Deborah Thomas. On Tuesday on the 15th intL ki!led'twb-o- f litem and wounding the Mr. Adams left borne ;horseback, with v SomeieWf tobacco, growers are keepthird; he wjs seriously .hurt ,ai"uf his his sister for his father's near Waco ing their crops andhippitig them. ' daughter killed by accident. triuay, ins lamer saiu a. u. leit ins Water is so low the old mill has stop- houssTuesday evening to return home. England has ordered ten more cruisers ped again. Something unusual for this An inquirer was then sent to Wiseman-tow. built at once. where Miss Thomas had been General Gomez was surrounded by time! of year. Sjmuish infantry with fixed .bayonets,' James Kanatzar is up from Cincinnati, teaching. Mr. T. ftoland, with whom near Havana, last Wednesday, but with and will spend a few days with friends Miss Thomas boarded, stated that on Tuesday night Mr. Adams called for drawn pistols he his horse and relatives. , Mis3 Thomas, saying hor sister at homo through the Hues, firing right and left, There seems to be a big demand for and when. Ids pistols were empty he shoats, some sales beiug reported as high was sick, and he had come for her. .Nothing has since been heard of them. drew iiiis macbetie and slew live of the as 3 cents per pound. enemy,, mating his escape without a Adams la a sou of Wm. Adams in the The youngest child of Hood Wells ell Waco neighborhood. About three years scratch. A Dane, turned on the gas in the fire, oue day last week, and was ago be caaio to Little Rock, near here, and got up a singing class. He married and lie, witii0!is wife and rive children painfully burned but not Bericdsly, Jake Long nas moved into our village Mrs. Craig, a w idow, about thirty years vas smojjhered to death. In New Yrk.city there are 10492 old and put up a .blacksmith, shop. We are old, and daughter ol Kibara Thomas. J now t)lessed with shops oave three. Mrs-- Craig's husband was a merchant maids. James; J- - Long died .at the residence of and she continued the busmen after Mr. feetimaled frtrength of the Insnr-jcen-ts in thejricimtyof Havana is .25,000, his son, James M. Long, Jan. 7th, aged 70 , Craig's death, and accumulated a nice iOur Oujaha banks tad for half a miU years. uniau Ln7i a uioujuci married kUQ property. "When Mr. Adams DonuoiiarBCt tue hond wane. Christian church 52 years. Mr. Loag her the business was todtluued at Little A protest Jws been filed against tbej vyas a gootl neighbor asd we feel that in ltock" and lately t Pdnola. They had insinuation of Bishop elect "WilliaBs, this death ibe comtsunily Lwloetone of beea living agreeably, Adams teaching of Aiuiigsu, uauuiijj; uiai ue WSW f In D CJUPtKHS. rusr WH6 U IBTOe utii mu mn hiwh asuti COtHKV. Ad.8W m probably 30 ysra t4d, hie vsife tongHaw tmryiv feie . ' ' Mrs. Richard Parkcs, wife of Dr. .Parkes. of Beattvville. who has been ' Ytsiting her relatives here, returned to Monday, her homo taking her sister. Mrs. Susan Parkes, and Mr. Jas. Asbii l The cold snap didn't last long. The regular monthly services of the This is fine weather for taking cold. congiegation wore conducted at the Mr. D. J. Simmons is quite ill with la church here. Saturday and Sunday by grippe. Rev. T. Q. 3Iartin, who returned to Mrs. Chas. W. Tudor will leave Mon- Winchester Monday with hts 86ter, Margaret- - She has captured a worthy day for Texas. Mr Woodson Ballew is very sick and j prize during her etaj here. Mr. Simon Shearer, of Clay City, is uot expected to recover. now witli his brothers, Messrs. Ab. A. W. McMnrray lias moed to the and Raymond Shearer, Sr. Cottonsburg. Gentry place near Mr. Alexander Baxter says he wi:l Miss Hallie Turley and sisti r of Iex ington spent Sunday with theiraunt Mrs. shortly join Chas Baldwin, at Moberly, Mo. Where can Brookstown import one D. J. Simmons. from to fill his place? Miss Bertha Burnnide who has been visiting Miss Allie Walker has returned to her home in Lancaster. Wallaccton. Mr. Sam Maon has rented the farm Mr. Joe Bow iu is building dwelling known as the Chrisman place, recently house on Main Street Ike Taylor is bought by Pat Grady. Price not known. also building a house iu the Bough HolMr. Iry Burton went to Louinvillo low, about twe mile South of this place. Mondayto study the profession of dentLittle "Hugie" Conn, who has been istry. His brother Arthur went last very low with pneumonia ami brain week. He will finish his course this feer, is better, excepingan abcess on term. his neck. The school here is in a more flourishMrs. Minnie Crutcber is in a critical ing condition now than it has been. condition ami has bueu for some time. There are about 40 scholars enrolled, and She doesn't know anything or anybody. more expected in a few days. The E. W. Baker finished galnering corn Principal, Prof. Poage is an able Chrisweek. He eays ho aims to gather tian gentleman, and is worthy of the pat- t no crops this year. ronage of the community. Mr. ahifllel, the blacksmith, has Corn is selling at $1 per barrel in the moved fo Nichohtsnlle. fisld. W. J. Weaver ha mored to thy farm W. H. Finnell bought of J. J. Turner bought of Win. Higgiubothan. It'a not 15 niio butcher heifers at 2Jc "Hill," now, it's Mr. Weaver. ifogs and shoats are slow at 2c. TTT 'W. H. Finnell and son shipped a car load of cattle to the Cincinnati markets A ten months school for next year is Saturday night. "cing talked of in our district. Wo have Mr. Frank Tevis has returned from a been informed;that Mr. Jas. McKinney visit to his aunt, Mrs. D. D. Geiger, Jr., says he will .give $20 as a starter. This Ky. of Ashlaud, bounds TvelL Let the good work go on. Mr. Herbert Scribner, a knight of the Since the holidays dances have been grip, was here last week in the interest given at Fount Winkles and Tom Ter-rill- 's of his firm, The Lariug Milling Co. and parties at Dud Tribble's, John J. B. Walker will start for the meun Brooks' and Wm. Dunn's. It is to be tains in a few days to buy about 150 regreted that several who jointed the feeding cattle. church last summer have danced. S. P. Ross made a flying visit to DanThr firm name of the "Lower" store ville last week. has been changed from J. M.Jones & Miss Nettie Whittaker, a pretty and Co. to J. M. Jones. popular young lady of near Edeuton, is Mr. Elijah Walden is back in the visiting ML-- a Bertie Tudor. blacksmith shop again. Mr. A. J. Ross, of your city, was mix"Bad" cold is the complaint everying with his old friends last week. He where. was preparing for next summer, as he Prof. Wm. Griffith will probably open carried home 4 seines, IU fioh poles and 5 a select school here soon. minnow buckets There are three of the family sick in Mr. Dock Deatherage and wife, of visiting friends and rel- bed at Mr. Hayden Keen's, the little Richmond, are boy, Jessie, having pneumonia. atives in this neighborhood. Thomas Johnson's little child is quite Mr. Jas. Ingram, of Monticello, is visit-iu- g the family of Dr. H. H. Phillips. He sick, probably pneumonia. Hog cholera ia doing some mischief in is an old student of Elliott Institute and this section. is alwas welcome. TTT Died, on the 17th inst, Mrs Wm. latum, aged about 30 jears. Burial at Uilead cemetery. The parents buried James Vincent had a bed and bedstead oue of the children just a week ago. burned up totally. It was insured and Mr. Woodson Ballew, aged 76 years, a he was allowed $21. Highly respected citizen, passed away on Joseph Humes gave the young folks a at resi'ience on dance the other night. Thay ha4 good ihe 11th Hist. Fu'-era- l Sunday at 10 o'clock by Rev. 11. R. Pot uiusie banjo pickiug and fiddling. ter, thence his burial in Lancaster cembimpson Warren gave the youux folks etery. a dance. They danced two seta and Mrs. John D. Pond is dangerously ill went home. at her home near here. On account of Minnie Reynolds also gave a party the ner age, her recovery is doubiiul. other night and oauced until 11 or 12 Hog cholera is prevalent throughout o'clock. Great many the entire neighborhood Mr. Ira Masters, of Jessamine ,county, nogs dying Some farmers losiog their and Sallie Laud, of this place, were mar' entire herd. ried on eduesday, Messrs. Ross Bros and Mr. James R. Mr. William Motley, of NichoIasTille, Henry will open up their distilleries Feb. haa moved over to lire with hia lkU They expect to make about '2W James Teater, of Edvutcu. ban els each of good Bourbon. The infnt daughter of Woodson -- Mr. Burton Farris will open a subscripMurphy, that fell in tiie fire lately and tion school at llagau's school house. He mas burned badly, is dead and was bur-ei- d is a good teacher and deserved liberal at Hopeful Gravejanl Yard in Gar-r- d patronage. coautj. Mr. Avery McMurry has rented the TTT 15. W. Sturdevaut farm near here. Won't liooiiehborough. tiie boys and girls hae a jolly time pick nig blackberries mere next summer Mr. James Dorier, of Red House, was Mr. Sam Masoii has rented from Pat in this vicinity one day last week, buy- Dr. Grady tl made went purchase. "". farm recently boughttoofhare " H. 11. Phillips. We are glad Mr Charles Garrison, who has been 'Sam with us. visiting friends and relatives here, will Dr Phillips and Jno. Belloney hate leave for hia Western home in a fen returned from Louisville"" where they days. had !eec to sell their tobacco. They Mr. Sam Royce got a leg broken by a realized very satisfactory prices. log while huuling last week.. ProL Whitty Waldrop, who for two Seventy-eigh- t invited guests attaneded years was principal of Elliott Institute, the wedding of Robt Oarnson and Sallie recently moved to Corriuth, Ky., to i'urcell, at the bride's l.oiue, on the lStli take charge ot a paper there, haa now ulL They were the recipient o( many bobbed up in Georgia with a large school. useful and valuable present. We wish him success. Mr. James Garrison is convalescing night train off the after several weeks of illnesa. Taking the Rowland Branch has proved a source of Mr. Samnel Purcell lost a valuable calf great annoyance to the traveling public latt Sunday, it getting tangled in a wire and stock shippers all along the liueof the fence. road. Slock loaded at Silver Creek, Paint The infant of Lucien 'Martin is danLick and Lancaster, mornings, have to gerously ill. lay over at Richmond all day, w hicli is a Mr. Robt. Garrison was tendered a reAll the heavy loss to the shippers. shippers in this section are now-- driving ception by his father, J. W. Garrison, to Richmond to load. Every one would Friday the 17th. sign a petition to have it put back or to TTT have the regular train to make quicker and better connections. . GORRESPONDENGE. J KirksYiile They had lived together about ;hree years and have a sweet little girl ludy, about ten months ! old. Miss Thomas is aliout 28, and was one of Mr. Adam's best singers, going with him to many places to lead. She is a daughter of Mr. Cam Thomas, brother surof Adams wife's father. This is prise to many, but others had noticed too great an intimacy between Adams and Miss Thomas. It is Baid that Adams and his wife had come near separating on this account, a time or two. Again, it is said that Miss Thomas and Adams were engaged to be married, when he married Mrs. Craig. If he married Mrs. Craig to get her property he did not succeed well for it is not thought that he Becured much except the two horses they rode away. Mr Adams was making himself useful aud was much en couraged wherever he taught. six or seven years older, 1 their credit. The methods of farming liere differ greatly from those practiced in that part of the Blue Grata wlieie your paper circulates. The ground is sandy, not cut ting sand sii h as is seen in Kentucky, hut a fine, easily dried, yielding principle whioir is e ery where. This makes it necessary to plow shallow and for this purpose a broad plow is used. Much of the fertilizing is necessary only to secure moisture- It is the lack of humus that prevents Florida haviug--thrichestsoil in the south. It sesms that the Sonth is destined to outstrip the North and West in point of wealth in a few years. A steady tide of immigration is flowing this way, bringing people of energy and character. ft"The Southern States Magazine"; of Baltimore recently published the following other valuable points: e ,r r J LnmriJiMnr: - , . ;-- - - a .' a ' - - ' , r r n. - &- - - If f , ""- - ' - , -- - n z - ' -- ' m m l jSMr"ii a mTm rpfMp I I I fiem mpjijs n t us h n imMM. 1J J.JBM Jttafl llllS BllVB n ill" H Blt Hl ' MH EB BHIVI Hl jirSfBrrifi rHJHraJtsifiHJlE ryJSfrHJfiffHJH AtHJ mmmW ill ha IB liv m iH1V it mm 1111 II m bM mm rMpiwL nil nUllV IHa iHV lHa HHiM u Kii I -i I -- Li i - mi JJ ft vflr Wm B ' ibBh HHHfl iiP UsirdsfTW m - DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY ttt "NIGGER DOMERNATION." All the patients and attendants at the Western Lunatic Astluuiare whites.but Gov. Bradley has made a negro saloon keeper Steward at that institution, apo sition that involves the expediture of from $5,000 to $8,000 per month for supplies and entitles the holder to oilh e, eat and sleep upon a iiic social equality with the w hite official. A negro doctor of this city is also an applicaut for the appointment as Third Assistant "Phjsi cian at the Central Lunatic Asylum, and the prospect is that he will get the place. Iu his Auditorium speech, opening the campaign of last year, Col. Bradley said: "I want to say in advance that 1 deplore the spirit that pretailsof undertaking to arouse animosities between the races in the State of Kentucky, and of suggesting to the co'oied people things which they don't ask and tniugs which they don't demand. There are prejudices in Ken tuck, that we all uuderstand, a law were passed in Ken-tuckand if undertaking to put the colored people into the hotels and into the churchea and into the theaters, it would simply cause a race war in the State of Kentucky that would result in the de struction of the colored man. Aud the colored man doesn't want it and I dou't wantjit, and I am opposed to it." The Governor has within two months of his induction into oilice put one negro into an official position of authority over five or six hundred unfortunate whites, and taken under consideration the appointment of another negro to a similar position. How long he will keep his pledge to uphold the color Hue at hotels churches and theaters remains to be seen. A bill abolishing the Hue has been drawn for submission to the Legislature, and if the Governor doesn't already know it, he learn its passage is can easily not one of those "things which the colored people don't ask" or of "those things which they don't demand " to-d- VALUE OF FAUM IF.OOUCTS ACHE. . i IN 1890, i"FK i United States North Atlanta division North Central division Western division - $ 6.87 9.88 P.Q3 oecrgia ii Elorida Alabama ?Jississippi Louisiana Average for these five States . 1055 "In 1880 the value of farm products in the South was $066,000,000; re mainder of the country, $1,550,000,000 In 1S90 the South produced $773,000,000. an increase of 16 per cent, while reBt of the country increased only nine per ....... ........ ..... 6.76 S.59 10.54 8.60 10.70 14 33 THE CLIMA - mm i new subscribers can have Is offerrd ONE YEAIt for ONE DOLLAE. AllAll subseriberswho are in it at that price by paying SL00 in advance. old rate and get thearrears can pay up to date at the cent." The average value of the five Western Union City. States of Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota. Illinois and Indiana at the same time was ?5,48 per acre They say figures wont lie." We predict a bright future for the DLSfafk For another year. "Sunny South," A. Ckackeb. LOOKOUT FOR THIS FELLOW. One of our Western Kentucky exchanges sounds the following note of warning. We advihe farmers' wives to be on the lookou for swindlers who come around to repair sewing machines. He begins work and w hen you don't notice him he will take a piece out of your machine and substitute a broken one. Then he will call your attention to the broken part and get your permission to repair it. He then takes the piece he took out of jour machiue and polishes it and puts it back, and you pay him $1 upward for the deception he has practiced upon you. Keep a shot gun and a bulldog handy for such fellows. All subscribers who are paid in advance canadd another year to their time by paying another dollar. Climax and SAT ..WEEKLY O 13 y ENQUIRER.. Courier-Journ- ear for $1.35 ; Climax and thrice-a-wee- k one year for 81.50; Climax an New York World, $1.70. al IN THE SA ME HOUSE BUT THREE COUNTIES. A Jackson special says: Uncle Jimmy Brandenburg, as he is usualy called liv iug at the mouth of Sturgeon Creek, in Lee county, who is now in his eighty eighth year, enjoys the unique distinction of having lived.in the same house in three different counties, first in Estill county, where he had to travel adistance of twenty one milesto vote, and elections were held three days. Next he lived iu Owsley county which was composed of Clay and Breathitt counties. Lee county where he yet lives was composed of parts of Breathitt, Owsley, and Estill. He has been a voter nearly sixty-seveyears, and voted for General Jacksou, the twelth President of the United States. n Cliip Ull Printing Coif uny, AXTELL AND RUSHTELL. Edcnton. The Independence (Ia.) Bulletin-Journgives the following bit of history of al iiUnlvlii u V son-iu-iu- Axtell and one of his colts: colt Rutstell by The Axtell, who took a record of 2.27J at the Terre Haute meeting, in 1895, has quite a history. On of his legs was so crooked as to be positively deformed 'when he was foaled- - It was accordingly agreed to destroy him, but the boys on the farm taking a faliey to him, he was spared to the world and ran out until the past summer. Late in ile season he' was taken up and broken, showed 2 40 with two weeks' work, took his record as noted and promises to be quite a trotter. It is well worth knowing here that when Axtell was foaled ho was so crooked and deformed in one of his hind legs that John Hnssey, who was at Lexington iu charge of his dam, seriously contemi lat- ed putting him out of the way and thereby saving the feelings of his owner, C. W. Williams. John hesitattd, however, the colt was permitted to live and beand came one of the faatet trotters that ever lived, and now promises to become no less phenomenal r& a sire. Stock Farm. three-year-old two-year-o- ld three-year-old 8LA0GHTER ....Sale of Dry Goods and Notions, Dress Goods and Trimmings.... ....Laces, Embroideries and Hosiery at. .. HEAVY HOGS. I 6aw a valnable object lesson on our streets before Christmas on the profits of raising good stock. The lesson consisted of twenty three head of hogs that John Woelpert had bought of J M. Jenkins, ofGIendale. They weighed 3,300, making aerage of a little over 400 pounds each. These hogs were of the breed, Mr. Jenkins having,the only stock of that kind in the county. Of course, these weights are heavy even for aaed hogs, but they, remarkable to say, withtho exception of four, were all under a year old. Elizabeth town News. Duroc-Jer-sey w JL Jk Flannels, Blankets and Caves, Jackets and Cloaks in all the newesti.tyles. all kinds of Woolen Goods at prices never latere named in this market 1 1 GIB SON'S CALLED y Everything in our Store, consisting of SPECIAL ATTENTION To o u r line )X. m pr:3 )j fa-- We mean ?ay, when w e say h nhut we DEY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES . Will be sold strictly at COST from now until January 1, 1896, to mak room for our Spring Goods and give u a chanc to remodel our stor CLOTHING, f . WANTS $30,000. 1 Farmiag In Flerida. I For the GUmax. Panola. the-Sta- Until ton. has-move- d nis-tnr- ee n, MX elel -- 1 " "3 V - -- $& t l 6h' '? -- 3f lo 41 - The qtieition of raising Cigar Tobacco in Stuth Florida is ranking ahead of all political topics many claiming that thereby the disastrous effects of the freeze of 1894--5 may be repaired so far as money ia cuncerneJ. This state only furnishes the necessary climatic and soil conditions. The essential condition of climate is a hot moist ,., .....,;. .. i..- ---j :i .rH T"11 irom me.rsecu to ine ciipr. . moisture Many people are going to experiment this year, and I expect to hear of many failures. The papers, railroads, experiBUILDING UP OF THE U. S NAVY. TBfrjjJEgirMiip ment station, commissioner aud others LnJIU iilJjgjgljlj are supplying true Vuelta Abajoseed The subjoined information was pubfo- - th asking. lished in these columns at the time of "in 1542 tobacco planus wera taken to the decision, but has probably been for Spain from Cuba. In 1636 the Spanish gotten by most readers of the Climax. Government formed a trust to control A Washington telegram says: Most Complete the business, from which large revenues It may not be generally known, but it were derived " is a fact that the arowth of our present Books "In 1539 the Cuban Indians introduced navy is largely due to Representative the mode of smoking tobacco by rolling McCreary. In the Fiftieth Congress Mr. ', it into cigars They had also smalt pipes McCreary was chairman of the Commitmade of periwinkle shells with slender tee of the Whole wheu the naval approTo reed stems." priation was under consideration. Secis consid- retary Herbert was at that time chairYtt the white man of See ered civilized when in reality he is only man of the Naval Affairs Committee and imitating the savages of four centuries had charge of the bill. Among the . ago. amendments offered was one authorizing grow im- the construction of several warships. Sweet potatoes and yarns raja mensely here. I have seen two mention- Hoi man made the point of order that-thed liy the papers which tipped the beam nmendment was new legislation. Mr. .aTU BOOS at 14 and 17 lbs. respectively. A gen- McCreary overruled the point of orderon tleman near tiie capital says he raises tho ground that the .vork of building a them at a cost of lie per bushel and navy had already been commenced, and &SMam Street, oppesile they are never below 40c, and often high- that ihe amendment only proposed to er in the market. 250 to 400 bushels continue that Work. This decission has been attacked ever have been raised to the acre. Three methods of obtaining the potato since, but has never been reversed, aud is practiced. The first is to plant "draws" in the last two Congresses, when amendor "slips" aa in Kentucky. These are ments were offered increasing the naval put out in March, and are ready appropriation bill, McCreary's decision for nse in August September and Octo was always referred to. Secretary Herbert ber. 'Tho second Is to push a piece of never forgot i'.'and it is thi& fact that vino about a foot and & half long into the had much influence in the naming of a ! moist earth in July. These come, in as battleship for Kentucky. tUe main crop In the Into fall, winter and spring. The same vines planted in NEWS OF NOTED PEOPLE. August aud September only begin to form potatoes aud are left till next June Gen. Lord Wolseley is an amateur ari " when tist of great ability. as the third crop or they are as large as any. The potato Is As a boy the present Emperor of Ruscalled "the 6taU of life" m Florida. sia was a daring and expert In- The truckers are now planting Irish I Mr. Rider Haggard, is it said, is about potatoes, watermelons, cucumberti aud to start a story paper in Norfolk, Eng BAIlmLE AND SOU THERN KY. GOALS. other "truck" to delight the people of land, probably Norwich. in T. tlenderson, &c , PlfTs-the frozen north. 'Turnips arepUnted Mawsok A new statue of Gen. Grant is to be Aganibt in the mouths from September to March, ClRCblT s. Gum, &c, Deft'ts. CCUKT. caobage in the early winter and Bermu- erected in front of tho Union League , aad will be unveiled Club,, of AH ersona having claiina ajjaTnst the da ouions any time tiil January, OPPOSITE THE ehhitelpfIii Eva Guiin. tlect-a-l In the early part of December wb had April 27, 189? are ioSIk. Hit! satiif. l.Tiiv a heavy killing frost, whfck" caught mauy Rosejjerry is following Disraeli's Lord etltidj. witli the Umlemisrnfl. , mi nr . ' i," farmers unprepared nod away ,weut example. bis political experilUtO I JBut ences in tho form of a Hovel, which he m beans, eggplants a&d tomatoes. Lowest price, guaranteed on aP?liciio.. IPEjB CJA they uont despair here. Tney go to jiow writing. f compete with any coal in thr' If work again and soon the garden is yield Tne wife of the Italian Prims Trfiate- - and'wi Uir sanfe will be berred. market ing. lyii ter, Criepi, isaii3rdeutloverof cipireiUe, Many m&re strawborriea are.expected aBdksil to enjoy pufllngackmd when- t C aa, inert Ifesn usual, txcauseof '77 C rtn-.ri ever disengaged. 0nWo ' l ther tooa L ' . a. " :re)M). A few are rip 'Sl I s w-- Rmyal BmUbk Powfre The cteaaar, Caue watt1 soak t' will be, bat they aretiHity fer IwnldpiWM. Canjvhviik, Matwiri, TuaJ Mb) 5Ui oilws'wilMloj&aciwnatU) , r sfe'"'" '. o 3 s 5 f v-r- f- Jennie Shumaker, widow and administratrix of John Shumaker, has brought suit against the Louisville & Nashville railroad for causing the death of her husband, and claims damages in the sum YOURSELF that we are in earnest bvcilllingand pricing our goods then t u. we have MORE GOODS than $30,000. The suit was filed in you will know we mean business. The money hence our determination to excuanxeoae mr ineoiner. iuc tnai, Circuit Court the Boyle by Sylvester Russel, of Lebanon, and Messrs Harding and Rawlins of Danville are lawyers for the widow. Jlessers. JaOUST --A-T cobs & McDowell will renresent tlm rail road. Shumaker was 0 f fAlnrllf livd . & v.MuUiOM;uuun at the time of hisdeath and w,as accident- Corner Main and Second Sts ly killed near Parksville, in this'county, BHttarlofc Patterns Par Sa!. last fall. Danville Advocate. AT COST EOH CASH WE mean CASH and no goods charged at the prices we will name. ....... HENRY KLE .210 Main Street, Old Bronston Stand. 30 DAYS CASH SALE IS NOW WHITE GIBSON'S,! J. G. ' SHinWITT1 " MILLER,-MAN'GR- 1 A- rn "i 'Trm ' PlibllC SqI6 best bidder, on ! XORTH-BOUND mi I will sell publicly to the highest and Ex. Han Cve. Rowland Ait. Richmond- Lve. KtioxYlll- eIjVo. Jet lco. Lve. Wllliamsb'g Arr. Corbln Lve. CnmM Jap Lve. Uddleb'Ji No. Z. Dally h No. i. Dally. No n Dauy Line of pa Saturday Jaguary 25 1896)0 on the premises at the mouth ot Drowning Creek, on Kentucky river, my farm of 201 acres of productive land. Also at same time and place will sell three or four hundred barrels of corn, three cows, two steers, heifer, seven calves, few shoats; four horses, two mules, farming implements, etc 56&"Terni8 made known on day of sale. 32-3- i "2 a Blank InMohmoM. - cb 5 7:30 am 335 p o 10:10 a m 6.C5P o Sriop m nS 11:10 p m 7 001a 1 1:38 p m 7 46a o 11:353 m 9 50a a Call LTe.PlnevllIe Lve. narb'rvlll- 3 JOHN THORPE. Arr. Corbln Lve. London Arr. Livingston Lve. Livingston. Lve. Berra e- 3 ?c, g , iso SUS 3:13 3:39 10:30 p m 11:05 P m 11:40 p m 101 p m 7 S jcooa 9 00 a a m 0 45 3 1:04 am is 33 a 43 o 191 ml 11 a a 15 a a 3030 0 to-da- y Themr ' e II, E, II, I !. & B. B. B. Time Tabic N o. 24. In Ef N feet May 12. 1895. 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. No. 1. No.-N0.0. No. 1. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun. !x Sun A i rr. Richmond Lve. Rlcbmond 6:10 m Arr. Winchester. 7:0531m Lve. Wlncliester- - 7:10 am rr. am Lve. Pan8. . 7i am Lexington Lve. pArI Lre. t'ynth ant. 7:j, 1B S.31 am Lve. Falmnuui pu am Arr. Covington 10:34 am Arr. Cincinnati 10:30 am j:39 a m( is ami am! 11 11 jj am. 433 amt 4:35 4 35 5:05 5:37 j 63 7:11 73 am, 3 33pa ami 407pm am. 3 4TP a am 4 i3po am! 5 06 m am 6 11 pm 3.mj 6 30 pm 300pm 53 n n 3 05pm 3 $spa ill srosa BAST BOUND. Hotel-GIytido- iffl fill Vers?UI... NichoUiviIl;. MilUon... Rschmcnd. Union..H.MMM , M. 10 37 11 r. m. 6 40 S Valler Vie-- . " II r. to 7 3S 13 A. K. 3S 10 13 MAYSVILLE BRANCH. NORTH-BOUN- 32 4S m. 13 03 13 14 to is 11 30 Dally Dally Ex. Man El. Haa 3:5 No. 10. No. li I3 3DP1H 12 50 Lve. Cincinnati. Lve. Covington. Moberly Pa3cia., lrTir:. WEST BOUND lmo-,..H BnsGeldL... . 13 t7 13 30 13 3 I 3 OO 45 OO I OO ,305 I A. U. - Lexinaton. firl Arr. MIHerbnrc. tiarllsle " Johiimin. Mayirille. HOUTH-BOUN- " 7:00 mm nt$ m S"o3 ( 3';6 pm 20 pm pm t'27 a m 9:11 45 am ami 5:40 P 6 00 pm 6.18 pm pm 7"37 P COAL 11 NolIT K0T4I NoTJC Ko 10. Ex SunJEx Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 1 v m Panola. Braistield Moberly Million Valley r. M. , , iS MS , s6 4J r. K. 3 4 4 JO JC. xS A. M. Kx.San Lve. Mayivlllo No. . Dally O.L. Datly Kx.Su- r143 p 334 pm 3.0S pm 327 pm - 50 pm 45 " Johnson "stand-overs,- hmi I h Union... Kichmonu NOTICE Viev... Nicholas-nilYertainei.. ....... .. , . 6 05 6 20 6 34 $ jS 7 43 2 2 3 t 3 4 59 40 57 10 35 30 tree-climbe- r. Dealers TO CREDITORS. , -- :e on Irulpe street Broc-kiyn- , haurs in Cincinnati or 13 hours in Lexington and , return i& n.i( nm. nu 3i i;3op. m. For throuji ratet atl Other inforoiation ap. any ticct a;eut cr addien daily. All trains connect with Southern Railway to and fro.n LliuisinUe, and with the CN, &T. P toaid irom mcinnati Von can iliend fire hours is Louisville, about six Trains between, Cincinnati and Tiiins between r. U. T. M. A. M. Louuville and Vtrsaillf .. 3 30 im j 10 6 58 6 33 A. M. j 57 3 3 og 3a ait. rans CarlUIe. JlllIersbnrK - . 3:32 am 6:30 a m 7:03 am 7:33 am ClncinuaU. LexlnirtoirCoTlllKtOll.. S:3j a m 10:24 am t jtp ("36 pm pm 10:30am dailr. NkkalasviUt For fn'tlier Information, rates r freight, addreo on UeseU A Ticket and RmicrnttDii F. R CARIL cr-moiiJ.Ky Kent. JO8T IN QUANTITY. BESTIHOUAUTr- T - Opera House. - C3 -- -- TvbTMW ehtigu BuU& Skoriestahd curuirr. GRASS ROUTE. "r liY 16, 1896, mumm WHITE'S FOR 1 , , -- i4 o e-scotSt- ,! Kentucky to All Points North, tfoath, and SjtetUt-wes- t. Through dttr " trat- - service. betwee Cificin iMtlfMiddletboroiHih Ky., TeiMi., li zA PoBtte am t QuicWctt Route i row Centra CSEil fm FUG VERM IYEARS 20 OX MtaU-ESW 'EYSIT laTTLS atMIaMTEia. XX AXJ.JBSVCKIIBTB. Ku tod all WORM Remedies. . r'J, I .! ni if' . 8- 4 ll M - jr If 3t V t! 'tf f lw4M; Z JLf a o.J...4. it ' , jj imH ""..1; . '( MnA., n. tacn. If oc. 3 A it. - " ' ""'j&'' Ifr iTiSflnfiii ' .ffilal-1-iT-MH "a - ." e r t'i f rs 6 " ., e? . ' 0 o I - w - The Harvard. i r Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pewtfcr If nblic SaIe,T Painfully ilaft: This quartette, at court house, Monday PERSONAL. . Awxrded Cold MnSil MUwiafer Flr. Sta Fnadica. Awarded Miss Sallie Miller, visiting her sister, Capt Tom Terrell reports John Hide's - - JAN. -- S, 1890. night, wnB remarkably fine. Vocal sale yesterday: WKDVESDAY, Highest HonorsWorld'a Pair. "Mrs. S. B. Hume, ti. Silver Creek, was , Baljartl his return Miss Bettie music altncmt exclusively. For harmony from Rudy's Pile Supposttary Fifty one cattle, feeders, $3,871 weight thrown from a buggy Monday, and, pain LexiDgton. they have no superiors. Lady reoitation is guaranteed to cure Piles and ConstipaTown was fall of tramps Monday. il00;jearliigs 55, 700 lbs.S2S. yoke oxen fully hurt, receiving a cut above one eye wasext-ellen- t Mr. John Allinan has. returne) from tion, or money refunded. 50 cents per $70. Ten 150 ib ghoats $5 15. Eight stacks and a contusion on the left side. The Waller 6. Xtsloou want agents. See Jend two stamps for circular And box. , of hay $12 50 sipicce. Good crowd good horse rau away and the buggy struck a Decatur, Ills. Bradley Will Get Sim. Free Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered their ad. Mr. Tom Rico and wife, of Louisville, thai iscist, Lancaster, Pa. No Postal. The wild eyed correspondent for the dinner and good sale Amount of sale tree. Woodson Uallew died near Kirksville Courier-JournaAnswered. For sale by all first-claare visiting relatives here. & Harrison vs White. estimates the lows on 58100. Borcins druggists everywhere, and in Berea, Jly., See items. Miss Blanche T. Dixon, of Frapkfort, banker Cheimnlt's residence, burned byS. E. Welch, Jr. The celebrated case of Boreiug and '7;6 Teachers m the Soup. Mrs Win. Tatuui died near Kirks Monday night,at $15,000. Aconservathe Harrison vs. John I). White which has is visiting Mrs. D. M. Bright. A letter from the Snpt.sof Public InMi.e See iteuib. Miss Sallie Ellison, of Ml Zion. visiAyer's Pills, being composed of the estimate would make it near three been pending in Circuit Court here for struction, W. J. Davidson, states that thousand. This is the kind of reporter January '22ml, and no miow of essential virtues of the best Tegetable several years has beeu decided in favor ting .friends in Fayette county. that Gov. Bradley is after in his message. the teachers in the public bchools will of the fotmer. This was the most hotly aperients, without any of the woody or thus far tnia winter. Miss Doty, of Garrard, who visited receive one half of the last installment fibrous material whatever, is the reason contested 6uit ever tried in Lee county relatives here, haB gone home. of dusty wails and sun-hhi- m Tuo weeks due them March 1st and the remainder The Cent. why they-arso much more effective and and haB attracted widespread attention. Miss Florida Gibson, of Toxtawn, is weather were slightly varied by a AVm. Arnold sold to Bales 78 cattle not before July. This money was due The valuable thin any other cathartics. suit grew out of a contract made home from a visit to London, night. K. that averaged 1Q25 pounds uth 51bs. January 11th, but cannot be paiden ac- concerning certain property bought by The best family physic Mr. C. B. Miller, of Louisville, is -- Thepooide appreciate Tlie Climax over. Price $4.25 and a premium. Of count of the shortage of funds" in the the parties of John G. Meuuire during MOST PERFECT MAD.S. YorgSan Believe t ) the lot, 76 w ere of his own raibing from treasury. ctubbiH); rates. See ad. tho boom. Bv the terms of the contract spending a few days here, his old home A pure Grape Cream of TarUr Powder. Free Mr. J. B. Ashcraft, one of Estill from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. The testimonials published in hehali of Fifteen pupils added to the list at weanlings, on corn he raised. "Went to Died in Fayette County. White assumed to pay a note to John G. Hood's Sarsaparilla. They are written by Baltimore for Lehman. Mr. Arnold says AO YEARS THE STANDARD, Mrs. Catherine Fox, aged 79 years, McGuirefor S4,333on which they were county's heavy financial weighty was iwell Hiph Nltool, this wevk. i honest people, who have actually found "no better fatted cattle ever left the died at the home of Josiah Phelps here, last w eek. near jointly liable White plead that the conTwo weuWb from toda we'll tell you countv." in their own experience that Hood's Clays Ferry, on Sunday, Buried in RichMr. and Mrs. C. T. Wells, and C.T., tract was procured by fraud on the part ANT INCREASED AMOUNT. t '. ut the groundhog and hit. shadow. Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, create! an mond cemetry. She was the widow of ot Harrison and this plea precipitated a Jr., have returned from the South, after Baia Ccsing. appetite, strengthens the system and ab- ome inwith your $1 before it is too 111., In January 1891, John W. Previtt one solutely and permanently cures all disGeorge W. Bam, the famous lecturer, Sam Fox, Sr , who lived three miles out spirited fight. Judgu Red wine delivered a btay pt several weeks. it. t. getTlie Li.imax a wlmiejear. on the Lexington pike. C. T. and L A. an opinion Wednesday in which he susMiss Everhart, of Atlanta, is a guest at of the most influential men, in the eases caused by impure will be here Saturday night, Feby. 1st. or deficient blood. Fox are among her sous. tained the contract and vindicated Harri 'Burnamwood" and will be present Malice Kecior goeb to the peiiitenti-i'-- . .Minjeet, "iiojB and Girls, Mre and at countv attended the opening sale of the sou against the diarge of fraud. It will the Burnam-Benne- tt Hood's Pills for the liver and bowels Union Tobacco Warehouse Coinpauy, of twenty ears irom Jackson county. Naughty, or the Problem of Life." Mr. wedding to night. C. 1). Vhenault's Residence Burned. be remembered that the jury that tried Louisville. A large crowd was in at- act promptly, easily and effectively. Hain,tli3l:it two years.fllled moreengage.-ment- s Miss Myrtie Sweeny and sister os? .Ringing teacher Adams, at I'anola. At 1 o'clock, .Monday night, the hand- an issue out of chancery in this case last than any other man on the Ameri- some residence are vistiug their uncle, (Jover- - tendance, and a speech from Gee. John el lsl willi his wife's oouiui, &ee items A genuine ghost-storhas yet to be .at- WILL VISIT RICHMOND, at Glyndon Hotel, Feb. 10, MONDAY, of C. D. Cheuault on spring also decided that there was no S. Williams was a feature of the occa can (ilHtfnrui. The largest halls in the nor xm rowell. tested; but not so a genuine blood purider. Main street, formerly the Ljman place, fraud on Harrison's part. U. O. Knrtey, ne 1 72, and Vin East are filled by him, He is lr. The record in Eemaining one week, until SATURDAY, Feb. 15th. a foimer was found to Mrs T. J. Scott is delighting her friends sion. Mr. Prewitt was leaning against a Over and over again it has been proved be on fire. The Fire this case comnrises several thousand ageil 4'J, died in Losing-t'U- i Blehinond cviA temporary railing erected in fiont of the inaii, a fine orator, and should Department responded here witli a stay of three weeks. promptly and pages of depositions. The cross plffs iast week. elevator shaft. The crowd pressingupon that Ayers Sarsaparilla stands alone hae a good house. among medicines as the most reliable Miss Ella May Saunders, of Living-ston- , subdued the Haines before mtlch of the Harrison aud Boeriug werfe represented the railing caused it to give way and Mr. t apt. S. F. Korkisi-ieiHliugth- e week main building as burned. The ell inKMcr. and Miss Ballard, ot Kansas Citv, Prewitt was precipitated to the flixir be- tonic alterative In pharmacy. It aood by Judge H. C. Lilly, of Irvine, and O. Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest dental Millers Cieek, making a survey of low-ra- te The swift. colleges and institutions in this country, and ha3 no superiors in his dry cluding the kitchen wbeie the fire origi- H. Pollard of the local bar. The de visited at Capt. P.P. Ballard's last' week. low, sustaining injuries which caused alone at the World's Fair. Neal hmtk. jroods man tip on Main street, opposite nated w ere ruined. Jxiss $2,500 to $3,000, fendant White, was represented by Judge Mr. D. H. Mvers, proprietor of profession. The Modern Mother the liis death in a short time. If any hiuh'k eurn ib jet ih the field, the Glyndon, calls to you through a half fully insured with Powell & Turley. RobL Riddel!; vl Irvine, and Judge Wm. plaining mill on lower Mrs. Prewitt brought suit for $25,000 Has found that her He is prepared ttf Extract, Crown and Fill Teeth "Without Pain, Main, took fn the ImproY litteones are he must blame himself and column ad in Cm Max. Listen to Repairs will begin at once. Chenault, of Richmond. The case will northern part of the State, last wchk, in damages. When it came to trial the ed more by and without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, Ether the pleasantJaxatiTe(Syrupof ti t Hie weather. go to the Court of Appeals. the mocking bird if you wifeh to live long Vi'areliouse Demolished. Beattyville a business trip. juryjawarded her $3,312.50 The Ware- Figs, when in need of the laxative" effect Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method invented Mr. Bojes Sale, of Estill; was here, house Company secured anew trial and of a gentle remedy than by Mr. Garret Watts and his brother, of Enterprise. Freight wreck on the H. N-A B., and prosper. He ipiotes you submarine any other, by Dr. Bender, and used only by himself, who is the Easiest, Quickes last week, and looked so much li) e his this time Mrs. Prewitt received a verdict and that it is more Pine GrJve.were in thecity Friday viewr.lay, and the West boHud pa&sutiger rate. Colored Man appointed. acceptable to them. and Best Painless Extractor in the United States today ; so acknowl-- 1 ing tho wreck of the formers warehouse brother W. H. that several asked him for $4,500. An error in the instructions Children enjoy it and it benefits them. edged by the dental profession at large. "Where he causes Ji I iut go till last night. Governor Bradley has appointed John Xew York in Rirlimouil. pain in led Judge Field to grant a new trial The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, when he came from Texas. on West High street straightening W. - loliu Cleveland, a Mexican and Con-f- tis man- any operation he makes no charge. Postell of Hgpkinsville Stewart of the Why go to New York to buy s, out matters. Mr. Watts says his loss will Western Miss Mary Sullivan left Sunday morn- Mrs. Prewitt's lawyers liave asserted ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Extracted Free of Charge and "Without Pain Between Lunatic Asylum, situated at that if rate veteran, died in Jessamine shoes and the like.when you have not be as heavy as first reported, as there place. Postel! is ing for Indian Territory, to visit hersister, that each trial enabled them to present a Co. only. the Hours of 8:30 and 9:30 o'clock Each Day. ouiiij, aged 8S years. a brother of Peter posthe New York Store right here in Rich- was in the house stronger case and it seems they were Mrs. Nellie Ueiss, who butseventeen thousand - r. W. K. fccott, of Somereet, w ill take mond? Consult Mr. Woolbtein's ex- bushels of wheat,-o- f which he owned tell, Jr., who married a daughter of "aunt journing in hat beautiful has been so- right, for Tuesday the jury brought in a Carelessness In girlhood curses the Maudy" Bronston in Richmond several country since verdict of tensive ad. in today's Climax. .dr of the Luxiugtou Asylum $12,000. When the snit was greatest suffering and unhappiness in eleven thousand bushels, the balance be- years ago. His appointment has been leaving Omaha. Taylor is chief salesman and longing to a; superintendent. first brought the Kentucky Tobacco after life. Little irregularities and weakothers The gieat pile of confirmed. Hopkinsville people are mad Mrs. W. W. Watts and daughter, will be glad tobee you. nesses in girls should be looked after and Growers Association was made a party damaged w heat w ill be bold for hog Teed as tunder The Cmshx close, pays as und blitzen, but that doesn't Miss Carlisle, daughter of Mr. J. btone to the suit but the Association was promptly and treatment given at once. and will bring probably twenty-fiv- e cents do any good now. Numerous Republi promptly and pnnu at as low prices as Walker, accompanied by Mr. T.J.Smith, Had Man Discovered. afterw ard dismissed. Winchester 'Demo Dr. Price's Favorite Prescription proa bushel. Lexington .Argonaut .ujv nthce any where. cans in Kentucky think they could fill Jr., have gone to New Orleans, and will motes regularity of all feminine functions, Of Charge The close-fiste- d Richmond man who crat when plates are ordered. Fillings with AUKinds of Mathe place as well, or even better, as Pos see Mardi Gras and escape tho prcbablo makes strength and builds up a sturdy ur valuable Xewby and Valley presented his little daughter with the Five and Cost. terial "Without Pain, and at Reasonable Cost. In Olden Times tell, aud want a chance to vote in anoth- cold w eather. v correspondents are unavoidably wnolesumof a dime with wnich to buy health with which to meet the trials to Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepA half dozen college boys, w ho w ere er State election, just to get even Mr. W. S. Hume, of Silver Creek, left People overlooked the importance of per- come. The Favorite Prescription ia not with r ded out tins w eek. Christmas tricks, but stDle it from her more sia, etc., are the results of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To bo demonstrative on the street, Mon- somebody, but that doesn't do any good on Thursday for California, wheie he manently beneficial effects and were sat a universal panacea. It is good for but - nv. McCreary has been invited to w hile bhe was tucked w av in bed asleep.is day night of la?t week, as the "Hill" now. A large number of Democrats who will spend the remainder of the winter. isfied with transient action; but now that one thing. It is directed solely at one cured of these aches and pains one must commence at their origin, unique in hishabitb. His soul would turn girls'passed than was proper.were mt an oration before a Scotcli Irish over before 6taid at home on election day, or went While at the Golden wiuuii are me teem ana gums, wnicn are only curea by the skilled and over in a mustard seed; it could Judge Rice, Gate he will dis- it is .generally known that Syrup of figs set of organs. bly in Philadelphia, February 13th. .i ssi-iFriday, and got $5 and costs and voted the Republican ticket wish pose of a few treatment of a dentist. Those who are of a nervous and delicate con he b'.own into a gnats hundred barrels of fire will permanently overcome habitual conDr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical and the gnat frescoed on the inside of their pockets. they hadn't done it, hut that doesn't do coppersour mash. stipation, people will Adviser, a 1008 page medical work, pro- dition can come and have teeth extracted and filled and feel as calm Ihn Doty bhipped to Gov. Eagle in wouldn't wink. Jackson Hustler. Miss Lloyd, Principal oi the 'Hill," any good now. not buy other laxatives, which act for a fusely illustrated, will be sent free on re- as if they had no work performed. test week a mixed iot of rkansaw, Miss Annie Wagers, pf Irvine, whose made a speech in the case. City AttorA Hopkinsville special to the Courier- - clever acting added time, but finely injure the system. Wedded Wednesday. l.i. ts, Jennets, mares, mules and ceipt of 21 one-cestamps to cover DR. BENDER guarantees all work and does as he advertises. so much to the ama ney Sullivan smiled grimly and ShackelJournal says of the new Steward: John teur Pygmalion and Mi-sLula Arnold, this place, and Mr. ford t. Galatea, at the bpehi Few people know that all plants con- postage only. Address, World's Dispen- Come early and avoid the rush, as his rooms are always crowded. and Hogg for the defeiibe lelt the Washington Postell, the new Steward ot house, this place, last fall, vill go to tain digestive principles. They cannot sary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y ssigntnet of the Avent Beattyville J. S. Johnson, of Garrard countv, were matter in the hands of the court. The OFFICE HOURS 8:30 A. M. TO 5 P. U. the Western Asylum, a position only Nashville the last of married at the home of the bride's trial took place in the t a' Co will not trouble E R. Rowland this month to upend absorb thsir food Until it is digested any handsome Circuit second to that of Superintendent, is a five Singers, public speakers, actors, auc H i mother, Mrs. John Arnold, on High Court room, and the girls were FREE HOUR 8:30 TO gsSOEACH DAT. months in school. . this irface. wlK) have been buvini? more than animals can. The Mount tioneers, teachers, preachers, present. young colored man twenty seven years and all street Wednesday night at 11 o'clock It was a tony proceeding. U '.ii them- Hon. C L. Searcy, of "Waco, htis re Lebanon Shakers have learned the art who are liable to over-ta- x The boys of age, and unmarried. He is a represen-sentativ- e and irritate CONSULTATION FREE. Rev. W. F. Smith, of the Christian turned from FranVfort, where he pre of extracting and utilizing these diges- the vocal organs, Snd, in Ayer's Cherry A. J. B. Parkes. administrators of next time will give their college yell out 's of the most prominent colored church, was the minister. The couple in the Dillingham Addition, and sing family in this part of the State. His fath sided lor two weeks as foreman of the tive principles, and it is for this reason Pectoral, asafe, certain, and speedy releaf. J I' r.n.bry, will rent oh February 1st, took ;the midnight train South. The I their songs in silence some where else. of laml, near Silror Creek, iu- er is Peter Postell, the wealthy merchant petit jury in the United States court and that their Shaker Digestive Cordial is A timely does of this preparation has prebride is a well known teacher of the u ling residence. LOUISVILLE, KY. Dr. Darliour Dead. and real estate owner, whose fortune is ncidentally, witnessed the inters sting meeting with such phenominal tnccess vented many a throat trouble. public schools and sister of Arnold scenes in the organization and nroirre.ss in the treatment of dyspepsia. The Shaestimated at $100,000. He lives in an ele -- r .1.:.. .., -- Cla n n.i Dr. John Ford Barbour, a 1Ml Horry, of Silver Creek, has of the General Assembly. ihwiicihim mis piace. ine groom is a ker Digestive Cordial not only contains oung phvbician of this citv , died yester- gaut brick residence opposite the priuci witli the Richmond Water & welltodo farmer ol the Camp Dick BRIDGEFORD'S Mr. "Killis" Deatherage will go to food already digested, but it also conpal public school building, and lives in 1 ght Co. to light and day afternoon at 3 o'clock of pneumonia. extinguish the Robinson vicinity. Estakado, Texas, where he will devote tains digestive principles which nid the The funeral w ill be from the chapel of great 6tyle. He has a retinue of servants iat..s A good man in an important his time to killing wolves on the ranch of digestion of other foods that nay be Making Democratic Voters. the Second Presbyterian church this to run his household affairs, and sets the J Hi eaten with it. A single 10 cent cample style for the most exclusive circle of col- Walts & Walker. Can you-a- nd of TheLouisvilleeolnred Republicans will afternoon at 2 o'clock. The remains will Rev. J. I. Wills ib enteringupon his course you can imagine "Killis" arrayed bottles will be sufficient to demonstrate SF.E THEM ! ored aristocracy. John Postell is the endeavor to secure the adoption of a bill, be interred in Danville- teithvear as pastor of Vernon in fringed leather breeches, high heeled its value, and we tuggest that every sufoldest son and strongly resembles his EXAMINE THEM ! by Legislature, which will grant Several weeks ago Dr. Hs pistoral work has been highly all the privileges now enjoyed bythem tracted a severe cold whichBarbour con- father in personal appearance. He is hoots, big spurs, a hunting shirt, a som- fering dyspepsia make a trial of it. Any PURCHASE THEM! the culminated the druggist can supply it. smtavsful, one hundred and eighty one white people. This bill, which is similar in pneumonia last Wednesday. He was nearly white, both of his parents being brero, a fierce mustache, with a pair of ---BMhi ving been added to the membership pistols and a repeating rifle, mounted on II P T PHP tl to a New York law, admits the negro to thirt-fou- r Laxol is the best medicine forchildren. years of age, and was the son bright mulattoe8. He is fairly well educated and possesses intelligent and business a bronco, galloping across the plains in Doctors recommend it in place of Castor Mrs. Walter Azbill lost her cream the theaters and hotels upon an equality of Dr. Louis G, Barbour, who is profes pursuit of a thousand wolves? jiE 1 milk, Mrs. Felaml her chickens and with the whitff.making no Oil. distinction. sor of mathematics in Central University qualification. For four years he was emMr. Win. Hisle, who livesat tne mouth M's P. H.Slli van's cook some clothing, whatever, between the races in any class at Richmond, Ky. He was a graduate of ployed as a gauger in the revenue service or. Broadway, Monday niiiht, while the of public entertainment,and giving them Central University and afterwards studied undar Collector John Feland. "I am cured since taking Hood's SarsaHe is of the Red River, came through Rich now keeping a saloon on Ninth street in inond yesterday, accompanied by his parilla," is what many thousands are sayfcr was m progress up on Main. privileges that few of them could iudulge medicine in this city. From Louisville wife, going to Kirksville. He not only ing. It giv es renewed vitality and vigor. in on acconnt of the expense. Times. he went to New York, where he was this city. Diamond Lost. Postell had bitter opposition to contend takes the Climax, hut Enquirer Central A bill of the above nature will add graJuated with honors from the medical , A Deafn ;ss Cannot be Cared solitaire of considerable value. against for the place his principal oppoMethodist, Covington Post and New 10.000 to the Democratic rate in Ken-tuck- department of the University of New-YorLom in Richmond, Monday. Finder UP SALE... ..,C1VE A GRAND VALUES-CLEARIN- G About eleven years ago he n nent being David T. Wiley, a tobacco York World. He owns the best fox by local applications, as they (annot please leave at Cmmax ofiice and get of course, surported libuud in the country, raises his own reach the diseased portion of the ear. the practice of his profession in this buer. The whites, reward. Is only one way to cure deiiness, Married Yesterday Morning. Wiley, but the strong colored element foxes, partridges and squirrels, and city, and from a struggling has a There young and that is by constitutional ronredies. Mr. Bland Ballard and Miss Annie physician 60on acquired a large prac- rallied to Postell, threatened all sorts of fish net a hundred and fifty feotjon?. Wnli.--J;iv- . Married in Lexitigion Deafness is caused by an inflamed conthings to the party unless he was given Traynorwere married Tuesday morning tice, being especially successful Mr "Sidney B. McSwain, this and left dition of the mucous lining of the EuThe Bnll-Doat once for Cincinnati. Rev. in the treatment of nervous diseases the appointment and finally won the and the Book. j i f, and Mrs Julia Carroll, of Fayette, Dr. MoCown, of t'ne Baptist church, of and diseases of the stomach. He was fight. Some days since Major Rosser received stachian Tube. When this tube gets in....VALUES UNHEARD OF..... w.r married in Lexington. The bride ficiated. Only the family present. The never married, but lived alone on Chestthe letter given below. In his reply he flamed you have a rumbling sound cf I he Mountaineers of Appalachian Ame5-- 4 Table Oil Cloth, 10c; 100-y- d spool silk thread 4c; Ladies fleeced is u sisu-- r of Mrs. J. W. Prather. groom is capable revenue attache of nut street, near Second. Several days stated that the dog was left at Bomeo-vill- imperfect hearing, and when it is entirericaProf, rrost's Lecture. SOLD IN Lined hose 18c, former price 25c A Eood fleece Lined Gone Gllaneristj. Collector Rodes' office, and the bride the ago w hen his disease tooL a more and that he "showed up" here as ty closed deafness is the result, and unUnder the auspices of the Teachers' seiious RICHMOND. less the infiamation can be taken out and I ui Hose, 10c. A good Wool hose lSc, former ,.Brooks was arrested last Friday handsome daughter of Mr. and Mr. sU. turn, he feared for the worst, and his Club, President Frost, of Berea College, was published: that 4 nerhatw the r restored to normal condition, I lef IVrrell C. Trav nor. l.v on a warrant from parents were summoned fromRichmon-J- . delivered an address at the Odeon last cious canine, noticing the general break-- 1 this tube price 25c. One lot ladies' and Misses Hose BY hearing will be destroyed forever; nine Ohio, charging him with tteal- His family were about him when he night Prof. Sproull introduced the mgup among the Kentuckians on the ribbed and seamless (samples). 20c, A Fool aud His dun. u.,. j watch, pin. ring and other articles canal, who were leaving for their respec- casts out of ten are caused by catarrh died. speaker, whose subject was: An Edu25c mita, 15c 75c gloves at 50c There is a law against pointing a gun a .tinting to $75. tive homes for the holidays, concluded which is nothing hut an inflamed condi Another charge is Dr. Barbour was a brother of Dr. cational Programme for Appalachian wan-.- ) to come on and take part in the merry- tion of the mucous surfaces. against Brooks from Williams- - or a pistol at a person even w hen you Phil Barbour, also of this city, and a America." This terra be applied Jo that We will give one hundred dolliirsfor arg Kv., being a $30 forgory. The "didn't know it was loaded " Here is a cousin kof Dr. P. C. S. Barbour, of the territory in the eastern half of North making, hut did not reach here until any case of deafness (caused by ca"rrh) Stove was sold to The Sixty-sixt- h case from the Stanford Journal: requisition papers was expected .last City Hospital, and was a member of the America. He spoke interestingly of the after the festivities, or it might have that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Gharley Bob Woods, a old staff of that institution. He was also a mountaineers of that region and from Ohio. been that the hull-do- g neuiug himself pined and B. W. SMITH. their Cure. Send for circulars, free. negro boy, found an old gun belonging valued member of the Blue Stocking isolation continuing for 7-12. generations. sighed for the companionship of the Irish Religious Notice. F. J. Cheney, Toledo, 0. to George Craig and thought he would Club and a frequent contributor to Pnck Of their primitive life and setter, or Scotch collie that he (tho Maindustries he Rfv E. H. Burnam will preach in the have 18 JSySoId by druggists, 75c the children. He didn't also gave a graphic account, paying a jor) 'brought with him and determined i i.nrrh of Predestinarian Baptists in know it was loaded, he testified, but and other Eastern publications. In last to join them, which he did. week's Puck he had an article signed warm tribute to their truthfulness, honU tijiond on Saturday and Sunday, the Free, Free, Free I when he tound a cap and pointed it at esty and hospitality. Their religion, he Chicago, III., Jan. 9, 'IK5. . ' and 26th days of this mouth (Jan--ar- v Samantha, the five- - ear old daughter of "John Ford," entitled "Applied MytholGiven away for a few days only, comogy." He was also a member of the said, was full of reverence and quite Major Ed Rosser, Harrodsburg, Ky. 1S96). It is earnestly requested Taylor Lackey, it went off and buried TELEPHOME 48... of knowledge. They still reSociety, cf this city, Dear Sib: For the past two years I mencing Saturday, Dec. 28th and January ii .t there be a full attendance of the its load in the child's eye and possibly and at the meeting two weeksago read a tain the speech of rural England, retain- have been gathering facts relative to in 4th, 10,000 boxes, each containinjj one Offio--Coir- ii i embers at the meeting on Saturday, DUricari Rvis went to the brain. The sight is entirely paper on "Neurasthenia," which ing a sixteenth-centur- y of Wright's Cfelery week's telligence displayed bv 't... at 11a, m. as matters of import- gone and Dr. Bailey can not tell yet ed universal attention. He was attract- professor, and show theirhumor, said the of animal life and havethe lower orders Capsules treatment Hagan's drug store. rtUo arid S. at T. also an British origin received many s'!, e will come up before the church for w hethershe will die or not. The boy was Ky. English, Scotch and Scotch-Iris- h amateur mueician of unusual ability. by their reliable narratives from all over the Any person afiiieted with Liver, K.dney cjusideration. P. F. Adams, Pastor. arrested for malicious shooting and tried Courier-Journnames. or Stomach Complaints, Rheumutism, world. 17th. C F. Bdbvam, Clerk. before Judge Carson, who dismissed that To educate these people the speaker I saw an article in one of the papers Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Head ches, OFFFCE H00RS- -5 TO 10 A. ; I TO 4 P. H. charge and held him under the law proT TG 5 P. X. said: "The great need, and the.onemost of a dog owned by you. Will you kind- can get one of the boxes free. Parties Hon The KditorGets Left. Bumasrwocil "vYill Bo Brilliant Tohibiting the pointing of a weapon at a A child is born, the doctor gets $10, the edreadily supplied, is the training of ly writeone a description of his dogihip, living out of the city can get them free night. " SUBSPECIALTIES : it ir gets 0, it marries aud the minister person. He cried bitterly at the examiMfss Mary Campbell Burnam and Mr. teachers for the newly developed public giving full particulars of any act ol his by addressing The Wright Med. Co., gets $10, the editor gets a pieceof cake or nation and protested that he did not in- Waller Bennett will be married at 7 Bchools. We desire to establish a well showing intelligence? By doing so you Columbus, O. EYE. EAR. NOSE, THR0AT 00 In ourse of time it dies, the doctor tend to hurt the girl. o'clock, this evening, at "Burnamwood," equipped normal department, with in will place me under obligations, and if AND STOMACH , so $5 to$100 and perhaps the minWhen mostneeded itisnot unusual for i the palatial home of the bride's parents, structors who shall study the special needs my work meets with success you "may The "New V oman" Not New. ot Appalachian America, and ride rely upon receiving a finely bound your family physician to be away from ister geu another $5, the undertaker $25 Hon. and Mrs. Curtis F. Burnam, in the (py. home. Such was the experience cfMr. According to "Tattler" in Louisville West End. Rev. Edmund H. Burnam through the mountains as evangelists of to $50. the editor prints a notice of her Very respectfnlly yours, trustworthy death, an obituary a column long aud a6et Times, rhe Focalled new woman is in of the Predestinarian Baptist J. Y. Schenck, editor of the Caddo, Indi- WANTED orSeveral to travel in KenF. M- McNALtY, church, education. The man or the city which ladies cf resolutions of some organization to fact so old that she is prehistoric. Tat uncle of the bride, will pronounce the will make this wise gift of a normal County Clerk's office, Chicago, CJook an Territory .Banner, when his littl'j girl, tucky for establihsed, reliable house. which the deceased belonged.and lie re- tler says: county, III. Courier-Journof the two years of age, was threatened with a Salary 780 aud expenses. Steady posiceremony in his peculiarly exquisite way. school to enlighten all the western slope severe attack of croup. Ha says : "My tion. Enclose reference and Since Col. Bennett H. Young has be- Miss Mary Bennett, daughter of Mr. of Appalachian America will write a 17th. ceives 000. Ex. stamped envelope. The Dominion wife insisted that I go for the docto., but Company. come a benedict once more he has sadly James Bennett, and niece of the groom, proud name on the map of our country. Major Rosser ia a Uoes Home Every Night. railThird floor, Omaha Bldg:, mound-buildis Maid of Honor, and Misses Sarah and And besides this normal school I would road builder, and was on the same cnnal as our family physician was out of town Chicago. 22. Judge J. S. Phelps, member of the neglected watering his lanreis, and some of his rivals are rais- Madge Burnam, daughters of Hon- - A. plant manual training and productive in- and in the same town, Romeoville frith I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Legislature from Fayette county, comes Cough Remedy, which relieved h to Lexington every night to find good ing fresh green crops of these century R, Burnam, ribbon girls, and Miss Marian dustry. Let the young Southerner learn Mr. Harry Hanger, of this place. plants. It will be remembered with awe Burnam, daughter of Mr Thompson S. to take pride in manual skill. Instead I will not be without it in Lad and board, being accommodated Lock No. 17. the future." 2o and 50 cent bottle3, for that some time since Col. Young and a Burnam, the three nieces of the bride, of shipping our black walnut to the rore to his mind than in Frankfort. shore of Lake Erie to be made into an The Frankfoat Capital srys; "Iceut. sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. WHAT WE WANT- The railroad fare both ways, and board party of scientists went out in the State flower girl. Major C. T. Picton is manager of the for the purpose of lancing several oruanout of, his own tree! As Appa- W. V. Harts, U. S. Engineer, and Mr The house will be decorated with here does not cost him any more than mounds. The results, in most cases, were flowers, plants and shrubs. lachian America is developed, let her M. P. Gray returned yesterday aftercoon State Hotel, at Denison, Tex., which the his Frankfort tavern bill, besides the presents are unusually handsome, own sous have share in the work, and on the U S. Steamer Gen. O.M. Poo Irom traveling men say is one of the best gets. Lexington satisfactory, but especially in one counThe quiet and comfort he DEY GOODS, CLOTEETG, SH02S, OUB SNTIES ST0CE OP ty, where they unearthed a mound-build- consisting of exquisite cut glass, solid not be turned into loafers and roustabouts High Bridge, where the new lock Ko. 7 hotels in that section. In speaking of Gazette. w hile skilled labor from abroad is bicycle girl, dressed in bloomers silverware,-Dresdebrought is to be built. They went there to Jlook Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and piar HATS, AT HALF PSICS- i CUBES bronzes, paintings, NOTHING BUT PILES.! What They Want. rhoea Remedy, Major Picton says; : "I and named Daisy, and a music-boAnd as overthe grounds elegant watch, elaborate clock and in to effect the transformation. an. Manj- - people have not learned that the which played the "Two Little Girls In our mountain neighbor becomes more of Mr, Gray, who has a contract to deliver have used it myself and it my family for A SURE and CERTAIN CURE many other articles of value. "Water & Light office has removed and Blue." This remarkable find was very known for 10 years as the a producer he will adorn his home ine, the stone for the lock, may begin woikat several years, and take pleasure in sayAbout Sixty persons only will be Cm-mBEST REMEDY for PILES.! mortifying to the new woman, who 'flat- present, and a supper will follow the and become more of a consumer, rleo, once. The construction of the lock will ing that I consider it an infallible core the building now occupied by the We therefore have calls for piping tered herself she was entirely and fear ceremony. SOU) BT JCLX. SRTTOSISTS. and thus our patriotic benevolence may begin as early this spring as practicable. for diarrhoea and dysentery. I always ptnutdir rc3sts:s ics co.. st. lour. valves, rubber hose and other plumbing fully original. have a direct material reward." Cin- Lieut. Harts will hav8 charge, and Irom recommend it, and have frequently adThe couple will leave tomorrow morn Tbey wart to pay gas and supplies. indications he will complete it this .j ear- - ministered it to nryj:ue9ts in the hotel, ing for New York from which city they cinnati Enquirer of 18th. Hammered a Cartridge. and in every case it has proven itself water bills, have leaks stopped and all Frankfort Capital purpose sail'ng the 28th on the steamer Vedsr Cobb, a small colored boy, worthy of unqualified endorsement. For sorts of odds and ends. We can supply Nearly Eqnal to Capt. Ballard. Bismarck. Their itinerary calls for i FINE HEMP. sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. the gas, our peculiar manufacture, at $r known also as Dock Cobb, came into Gibraltar, the Mediterranean cities, One of the most striking and unique Col. R. C. Morgan brought to onrcjffice The wife of Mr. D. Robinson, a jirom-ineper year. If you are in need of water, possession of a 44 rifle cartridge of con- - Egypt, Palestine, parts of Turkey, and characters that attended the inaugural j siderable length, and, Friday, tried ,a lumberman of Hartwick, 3$. Y., tall next door. ceiemonies at Frankfort lately was Mr. a day or two ago, a specimen of henip of the principal countries of Europe. I hammer on it, down in "Powell's Val Owt the celebrated crop of 1&42, by gei eral was sick with rheumatism for five mc nths. The bride is the youngest daughter .of W. B. Anderson, the Mayor of Barbour Was.in Tonn Aagin. ley," this place. The cartridge exploded, consent thebest crop of hemp ever n ised In speaking of it, Mr. Robison says: Elijah Broaddus, who lives at Baldwin, lacerating the thumb and fi rst tvo fingers Major Burnam, widely known as a law ville. Mr. Anderson, who is familiarly in America. This specimen was raised by Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the? 'only To and financier. The known as "iioss' Anderson," is 78 not far from Valley View, this county, of the right hand so badly that Drs. yei, legislator any rest from pain." groom is of the extensive and well-kno- years old, and has never taken a drink the late James Morgan of this countv and thing that ga her was in Richmond, one da' last week, for Poyntz & Rales had to amputate them. was preserved and presented to Col. Jor-ga- u For the reliet of pain, it cannot ho tat." n Bennett family, and is a member of whi3ky. He has held every position the first time in three years. He is a But Dock is not the only one to fool with by Mr. J. K. Nutter near Paynet De- - Many bad cases of rheumatism have jbeen prosperous fanner, in good health, takes a cartridge. The Stanford Journal says : of the firm of Burnam, Bennett fc Co., of of trust in Knox county and was a mem- dot. Lexington Gazette. cured by it. For sale at 50 cent! peri whom the bride's brother ;s a member. ber of the Kentucky legislature 1865. the Cumax and is paid ayear in advance. F. J. DlCKEKSOJt's Ex. Plfls., ") Maikson Snsle, the l6 year-ol- d bottle, by Hagan's Pharmacy. daughter of Against Usually the sheriff sends a deputy Hugh 3ailey, colored found a dynamite Each of the couple has all the advan- In 18C4 he waa a delegate to the BaltiF.J;DiCKEKsojt's(yed.dcDeftJ CoukV, A bilLTias been introduced in Con yesa tages of education, popularity, family more convention that nominated Abraaround, and Mr. Broaddus pays his taxes cartridge under the house Tuesday and to construct a ship canal from Jake Dr. Price's; Cream Bakiri,tj Pojydfcr 11 persons having claims against tile to him, but this time be held road claims not knowing what it was proceeded to influence, wealth, and personal attrac- ham Lincoln for President. He is WorM'a Fslr Hteht Medl asd Sfeiema. estate of Dr. F. J. Dickerson, dee'ebare and we never knew a couple to be- oi many attainments, and aside from Erie to the Ohio river. amounting to more than his taxes, and investigate it with a rock. The xplo j tions, hereby notified to file the same legally The Fifth Avenue Bank, of Colun bus, the deputy did not call on mm, therefore sion thatrfollowed blew off three fingers gin life under more auspicious surround- serving his constituents as County and If you want a reliable dye thalj will verified with the- - undersigned on or Ohio, is $50,000 short and in the h.in Is of Circuit Judge, Mayor, Postmaster, School he had to come to see the sheriff. Mad- and gave her a severe shock besides ings. i color ail even brown or black, anoj Will before v t Senator John Bennett and Representa- Trustee, Deputy Shexiff and Trustee of a receiver. ison has a large number of inhabitants Ed Buster says that Jim Coffey, a noplease and satisfy you every tim,"ufie "Walker, ol ;the Commander tive E. T Burnam, brothers respectively the Jury Fund, he hca driven street cars, 25TB, who are rarely, seen in Richmond. torious cliicten thief who loft here beBuckingham's D'ye for the WhiskdM. They depend almost exclusively pn their tween two suns, hid tfife .cartridge there of the groomand bride, will arrive from managed hotels and ikept saddlery and G. A. K., is a candidate for Governi r of ersasse will be barred. hoot and shoe shope. He says lie lias Indiana.; McKe-. : neighborhood stores for trade, attend several years ago, he and Coffey having t theeapijaLto.-nigU- t thittvvea?sofltotthanvpn. c Turkey wil not allow relief fum s to Thelxxly must be well-- noeriehe BOW - v held their local churches, keep off the juries used .1 number for blowing up rock and Ambassador 'Eustfs-l- l one'of the .latest ho lias lived. Frankfort Capi- - be distributed nwng . the suffering! AT- to pre v sickness:- - If your' &pp4 Iks k i 4 TU t and don't go farto hear political speeches. this one v.a3 mt oyer. L; Hiea in Paris to learn bicycling. 1LCX, C.C.-1- Ii -paer take Hood's Sawapajilla: 946 : t r,r ii ? j THE CLIMAX. St S.i DR; Teeth Extracted Without Pain, l- 1MB CRE4M Teeth Riled Without Pain Ci?owned ss nce BAKING Teeth Without Pain. e FI liife Eamous Dental Surgeon of National Rep- utation, Formerly President of the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, Now permanently located at Louisville, Ky. 1, y to-d- u's -- tti ot dry-good- IPTeeth 1 to-da- Teeth. $5- Teeth $8: Teeth $10. luya Teeth Extracted Free - i 6 '- n ee ho-rte- nt s i :l s DE. E. P. SENDEE, v r- ; Bl n en-g-t'- well-know- ECONOMIST RANGE. lEMiMM Hushed With the Our cess of Phenomenal SucHoliday Trade, MoodKto :lf We are in a Literal THE v. be-ga- i M THROUGHOUT HOUSE, g.er. 11H1' R Fit rL e, .- 95 Mi-tiiir- g, HE Mia 3S-3- S 10-ye- ar "1 Efltf BleacM Cotton, 1-yf- itt, 5 Cents, Former Price DAYS. fun-scarin- g Mt WILL LAST ONLY A FEW fl. p. ROBERTS. THIS SALE Medicfi-Chirurgic- al Paris, Plasat Stxot, DON'T WAIT, BUT COME ft' , , i , otto H-- i'i Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Boots, at Great- ly Pweduced Prices. ELDER'S BARGAIN STORE, al .? i weli-know- n er rim-mediate- Money! Money! Money! IS WTEB TABLER'SQIT ByGKEYErilllJ GINTI1ENT V er n, x, ax. ( 1 nt Master CQmmissiongrps Men's Suits at Half Price. Boys Suits at Half Price. Men's Shoes at 75 cents, worth 1,50. Ladies shoes at 75 cents, Worth 8150. Make Room NOTICE Everything In The Store Must Be Sold w TO CREDITORS. lor it 4 SPRING GOODS b OTIESUL Don't buy any where until you seeOUH prices. WE will save you FIFTY CENTS on .every DOLLAB. A fc ef MARCH 159$ it L' i iy-eig- ht A j-- 1 -- 53 - t j" -- - s. e. snnrT. i- I . saefiMma. , , . Corner. .. -- m .ri.fi H y & a-- i :m ft' MS u o svrf . 1. ! e S o-- . ai4-sw5 Z&gs. THE OLDEST A DISPLAY Of American wr GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Penalty for Ji"on-DUT- .. ,., Highest of all in Leavening i 1 I W of lelecraphle Aboa ' m TK most promnt and ci7ec.-iviiiti for di.se.-se- s of the tiiroitt and Jiiiijr, is Ajcr's Cherry l'ectoral. As an emergency medi cine, for the cure of Croup, bore Throat, I Jin? Fever and Whooping Cough, a. Coiijjh-our-- -, e Warships in Turkish Waters Likely. "was Effort to Force the Sultan to Omp.y Indmni;y With Demands fr For Injuries to American Propertv and for Fumr Protection of Amerlcaus In Her Domain No rtirolrrn. I'owrr tt 111 interfere tilth This Programme. 1 AVER'S k Jf tist cannot be equaled. Cherry rectoral ' Urav.-i.kv-- , .u. i., "'is. jcc. tithe, American Bap Publishing Society, Petersburg, Ya., emlorses it, as a cure for violent colds, bronchitis, etc Dr. Brawley also adds,: To all ministers suffering from throat troubles, I recommend Gharry Pecfora Awarded Hedal at World's Fair. AYLRS PtlLS Cure Liter and Stomach Troubles, A piirMieo ! b. xmtihat Alachua, n fiie in : n inioccnpii'd cxbiit, mihI with a ivpeHtini. rilie in de abin was Hit ii a ilh rale fi.ht '.1 til tl l ihi htf, IhiI l.e lomiiuid to klioot until the roof fell in on lit ami lie was Fieri 'a, k M-- 1 1 b.irm-- d t 'eHtii KENTUCKY NEWS. Tn Latest News From All ParU of tbs Coniniuu-reultl-. w between several prominent republican and the aemocratic steerine committee that no election shall result from the balloting till the successor to the late Representative. Wilson is elected and qualities, this has never been ratified, and some of thos who are very c.oe to Congressman Iinnter fcav it will not be, and that Iinnter i ill be elected VI ednesday. enators I'etrie. Lanaes and Stepe, rerun. "Hn&, honerer, sav they will not tote for Hunter till Wilson' successor arrives, and if tney can carry out this programme Hunter at most can only master 66 votes, tans, leaving him three rotes short of election. Tne situation between Hunter and Buckbui i seems to be a deadlock, the former w tu little or no clnnce. and the lattrr with absolutely none of breaking it b election. This situation naturally causes a goid deal of new candidates on tala of each sue after balloting- a few days without result, and a rood rainv re-- j jblvcans have their eyes on Gov. i.r&dley as the possible republican compromise. BRADLEY HIMSELF May B Mrnlr a iaior I'rom Kent-iclnatilrr"s Lleciimi UnrertKln. Fj.AM.Port, Kv Jan 2a Ihe state capital has been in a state of unubual quiet dar.Bg- the recess taea by the legislature on Friday, but Sundar myht most of the legislators and a horue of itoliticians returned, and the senatorial pot is again boiling The first formal ballot for 6t nator will be ta,Kcn Tuesday in the two houses in separate fessions. The leaders of Senator Itlackburn were reinforced banday nig-hby the arrival of a larpe number of political wire pullers of note, nd a corresponding number of prominent republicans came in to help Congressman Hunter. Though it has been tacitly agreed cr New VortK. Jan. 20 A dispatch tc A naval the World from Boston officer, who has just returned from Washington said: "There is nbsoluttfly reliable authority for the statehas ment that the adminutration of prepared a plan ci ji .i apainst Turkey to forca the of that country to comply with the Jema ds of the United btates for indemuity for injuries to American property and for tho futuro protection of American ciliEons uitmn her domain. Tne authorities do not deny this statement, though they have not hesitated to say that no orders whatever have been issued to the vessels of the navy for carrying this order into effect. excellent authority it is stated that the department of state has recently enteretl into witn tne foreign power and tnat nono of tnem will interfere. Th? plan, as I understand it. contemplates a naval demonstration Turkey and perhaii the ocits cities. cupation .of one of It has in view the concentratioa of United the practically entire btates navy In Turkish waters. The real reason why Jvar Admiral Bunce's fleet has been held at Hampton Roads, instead of sailtn; nwout Christmas time, as was tne original intention, is because the authorities have considered the dispatching- of tne fleet to Turkuh waters. Tho A".tlic squadron has also ben considered, and there are some oflicersat Wasuing-to- n who believe tnat it is now on the way to the Mediterranean, as the so prolific in Asiatic station, movements, has not been heard from in several weeKs. "The Newark, in South Atlantic waters, was also talked of. The United Mates would be able to make an demonstration apainst the Turuish government, for tne 'lurk-isnavy couid not act effectively agaiust it. It is ant quatcd and could easily be blown off the seas by the United States vessels. It is certain that some decisive stroke is beinp conndered. In anv event, however, there are pood reasons for bclievm? that the deparmcnt wi.l increase tne European tq tauron by tne New York and probably tvro otner nt corre-Tond-ence t ly im-pou- o ProceedloKS la loth noihlnx ere tr neely free from polities, nd house only on theoutsLle was t&s benitorl I altaa tton a subject ot coiumcat. Adjourned until Monday. j liorrr The houe was opened on chfdul r time Fridarund lnr.enu-heof important bllU were Intro lueod Am in; ih ra wa one by Lleberth. ,f Kewport. miVlnir nifson, Campbell county a town of e sixth clwis. Cltrk.o litrodueel a bill n dec tin f tclejrph coraanlf s, and flxlnt a pen ltr tor Most of the of mo'SUfrs. the other bllU Intro luced were pmctiolly the Sevsame as others hfreio'ore IntroiuesA favor blr en by ths eral bills w re Judiciary co'cmiitee nnd mivcd np on the calendar. Adjourned untti Monday. of Impiri-.ni -non-ieilvrcp-)rtc- kt, Jsiu 18. oBS'atb The seaate nearl all of Its ssiston orcuincJ Fr dy ir'th mlno matters and nccompHaed FRAiKri or PRINCETON JA.IL Pnrroandeit br it Onsnt t hltecap Arrette llnve Arttnsml tti tountry. Fkinci-tokKy.. Jan. 18. Excitement over the Whitecap arrests hero is uorice tip to fever heal. Twonty-seve- n arrests have been made and the men are now ut jmL, Murmurs neainst tho antuorities are loud and nume-ouan I proups of excited men meet in the street and So anprily discuss the situation. bethreateninp nave these come that it is feared an attempt will be nnde to storm the jtil, take out th prisoners and inflict summary punishnow surrounded ment. Tne buiioin-iThe arrots by a spec.al guard. were made on information piveu by a man who was driven out of tnis section He,-- it seems, by the "repulators." commnnicTted with Jude Moore, who assured him of protection if h would re urn nnd prosecute those he knew to be in tho affair. hevrral per on. have been cnl ed oat . and two hare at airht an.i beea shot. The entire tpulatioB is aroused, and the citizens insist that thev will back tne nfiicers apainst the friends of the prisoners, beriocs trou, FRAKsroRT, Jan. Ii. Sbjkatk Not lnsea-alo- n Tuesday. IIouSs Among the bills Introduced Tuesday were the following: lo amend Uwsfor protection of food fish to regulate fees and aaUrles of oncers of the commonwealth to provide for the rlebt of appeal la habeas corpus cases: regulate to and salaries the fees ana of ofEcers to abolta the office of reslster of lands; to repeal the law establishing tn stale board of equaltxatloa: to rive county ownersh p of ro.iJ ta coantles: compulsory education bill reducing thn pay -- cture of vlrtult ju tges prohibiting lao n(" sale of cltrareltc protldlni; a felon? deadly penalty for carrying concealed o! weapons: hours ho lencthenlnr election, provides which thit the hours shall he from 'loo o'r.octc. lntad ot T to o'clock. About 75 bills were Introduced in m'mb-r- s alL A doien or sent up duplicate bills rropoiln; to Abolish the xtiio botrd of equallxatton nnd ree'ster of mnd office. showing there Is a pp.il ir rlnmor m-r- THE LEGISLATURE. e D1U Introdneed the I3one enate Not In Beventy-Flv- APPOINTMENTS. In ...,,.. 1 , f i ., i I L?55 thai) ein. 1 s. Bi kkt, Kt., Jan. IS. Jack jr., son of A. J. McXees a wealthy larmer of this place, tvas almost frightened to death luesd.iy n,orninp by regret Carroll sent up a rsolut.on eiprei-tmof the house over the error In falilni: to Invite priests to open the iiomc lta pra-e- r, nnd condemning unputrlo'.Io as nnd dl.crimlna-tlo- n any of act person or nnr against Vody ef persons on ncrouit of rell.'lous views, bpelgat csused a ripple of lajgter by offering an amendment to Invito ?eg-- u pastors liTons, of Newport. oppned Carroll's resolution, and moved t lar the rem utioa and ill amendments on the tab e, Cnrroil; resolution wag amended so as to InrluJe tho invitation of Xegro ministers, and in thU form It was adopted. Found Ills Ornlfa!h-- r lea,l In Ite.l. u these crucial"" Institutions tlte w.,,P-..cd- j awakening and finning his grandfather, Frank Knawb'-r- , whom he was sleeplnp with, cold in death by hs aide. Mr. Knawbrr nas 71 rears of age, and was one of the m: sons u ho laid the first atone to the uuuimcnt of the BD3pen.,on brW bcUeen Cl)Tlag. .ntf rJncinnatL flrsdl-LAKCA8TKR, ble is feared. h Kt., Jan. 18. After into Young k Williams' machine shop and stealing a set of tools, burgiars eBrly Friday rnornmp effected an into the Louisville Southern passenger depot n l cracked the larpe donbie aoors safe. Fortunately. Apent Mi.llune had made a big deposit in the bank Ihuisuv of tuo and the visrailroad company's itors were rewarded for their trouble with only SI0 or S50. Ihey also .sioio tne depot hand car and made ttieir ca cape toward Louisville. breaking Vfrsaillks. Ilnrclnr at Torsslllea. ent-an- ce fnn-is- , Ii.pnqacnc ROOF GARDEN. LolsvHIe Is to IIhsc a I'lace for Sum- nier entertainments. Louisville. Ivy.. Jan 2i - Louisville is to have a roof garden next summer. J-- ' j Herman btraus, a larg-- retail dry has decided to make a 40.000 improvement, to include a roof parden, an additional, or fifth storv. to include a restaurant for employes and hoppers, and a roof so constructed that in the fall the garden can be enclo--dlr. fetraus proposes to have a vaudeville entertainment every evening- fro n the closing to the openinir of the rejrular theatrical season. He is alreaiy nego tiating to put the management of the roof garden in competent hands. poodr. man, -. Ky Jan. 20. The county board of supervisors, which has been in session eleven dajs, has completed its wont The total amount reported by the as.sea.-o- r was. t8.0Tl.805. Tins was raised $176,100 by the board, making a total, exclusive of bonds, railroads and other corporations, of ib,247.9.tt. With these added the total assessment of 11 propertv subject to taxation will approm a:eC9 500,000. The this year shows an increase of S353.G60 over 1805. -- Shelbwii.i.e. totint'. Jp.mrnt. Shuito was Friday morninp appointed to sneoeea John IX. rflanz as sheriff of Jefferson county. I'flanz vncateo nis ofiicr bv failing to execute bona iu the proper time It has been discovered vessels. Tho transferor Adm. Bupc'i here that siieriffs in about thirty other flip to the Maine is repardea in this counties may nave similar troubles, as their bonds hare not yet been reconnection as significant." ceived by Auditor Mone. i'flinz. who A Conference of v4 Oillaers. by his blumier lovs a 520,000 ol'.ice, is New Y'oitK. Jan. 2a A T tnes special a democrat, but his successor is a n from Newport, 1L I., savs: There was ulian. a conference of naval officers at the In the I ausL War collepe Frmay There Naval Louistii.i.k Ky.. Jan. IS. The body H C Tat lor. presiwere present Cant. dent of the War college; Commanders of a well dressed woman, apparently Dayton and Me id. 3d years old. was found is the canal at Converse, Gridle-yThe purpose of tne meetmp was uept tne foot of Tmrteenth street Friday morning. It had the appearanco of & secret, but as three of tne ol'iLers prosent are in charpe of lint nouse h..vinp been in the water for fully a About a week apo the body of districts alonp the proat lakes, it is be- wee. lieved that the conference rriated to an infant was found oa the canal ban the development of a plan for tne coast just above the p int where the womTne corodefense and pen-rfortification of an's bo iv was discovered. lake snores Uhe conference contia-ue- u ner tii in ks the suicide was its mother. baturdav. Drowned Himself In the Rlrer. Fkankfort. Kr.. Jsc IS At unrtasohall Lfacne to Be formed. I'lTiaiiUKGH, Pa., Jan 20. a m eting known man was reen strupplinp .n the to .rpLnizff a baseoall leapue will oo Kentucky r.ver undr the L fc N. held January 30 thu place to ue fixed l,r tge earlv Friday morning. Cries lati-r- . who were Toledo, Wheeling, Sc-.asUe were heard br passer.-by- , and Washington, Pa., have alieady un tide to lem; assistance. been chii'en as four of t.ie towns ia lit imp Lewis, of Bell Point, a well league to oe formed. to . o csti7' n. is missinp, and he is the eipht-clul Delegates will also be from thouphl to ie the urowned man. Tne D j'ton. river is b inp dragged. A.cron. 3. idus.-y- , id, tanlun and Hamilton. Another One ArresietL Ky., Jan. 18. Mat Pkincf.ton iifiV,g;. Convention. ttoman Franitlin. another alleged member of Washioton, Jan. 2a Tne twenty-eipht- the notorious Howton mob, was arannual convention of tne Na- rested in Charlestown, Mo., tional Woman Suffrape associatioc and has been broupnt to thislast wejk, place and be held in Wasainptonon Jtinutry wdl jailed. lie was indictd by the prand 20 to a Miss Su.an B. Awtnonv. jur- last bat prusident, and M. Harriet larlot '1 he officersfall, close left the county. are onto two or tnre Upton, treasurer of the aisociat.on, otner alleged membors of tne ran. are in Was dnpton arraniring the dw the Vtronc Ib. tails of the meeting. Ml. Stkki.inu. Ky . Jau. 18. At a Kxtraordlnary Mitinni-n- i. pivsn nt the residence of llin BrxLCFoXTAlsE. O . Jan 20. Im- pirtr Kennedy, near Jefferson r die. a mense quantities of grasshoppers have aro-- e be.ween two of tne puests, made their appearance in the enstern Len and Georpe Borrlinp. part of this county. The woods and Fauikner sio, nt Bowlinp, bat misled fields are full of tnem. and they miice him, tne bullet poing throuph Mr. a noise on tne dried leaves like a Kennedy's heal and instantly killing heavy rainstorm. This is an extra- hnn. ordinary phenomena for this time ol 1 lie I iue Mtn4i. the year. l"ltA.hFol.T Ky., Jn. 18 The court Fluqnet Head. mornmp hnnilisd Paris, Jan 2a M Charles Floqnet, o' appeals rriday the lovinptoa pool opinion in formerly presllent of the council of room decision afhrmthe minister, minister of the inter or and jidpnient of 'lue Kenton clrcut court the president of the chamber of deputies, as so tho line o' SS09 apainst the operdied at noon baturduy. All of the but reversed tne part relating to members of he present ministry vis- ators sentence uf lmoruonment. ited him before he died. re-p, al 1 b pre--nM-u- Fkankfokt, Ky.. Jan. 1. John hrrtff.. R. kins, one of the mo-- t prominent politicians of tnis citr, hns been giTen the position of j nitor m tho executive mansion by tiov ltr..lley, and he left Tuesday morninp for tnat city. Perkins Is the co.ore.l mau for whom Bradley voted for.j iiler apainst S. D. Rothwell, an old Union soldier, and about which so much was said during Bradley's csndidacy for governor. Playa De Oro fining In Klertlon. Vkkbaillf.s, Kr, Jan. 15. Tne directors of the Playa De Oro MininpCo. held their annual meetinp nere at the bank of J. Ai- n & Co. The company represents a cap tal of 810.0&1.000. and operates wnnt is said to be the richest mines in the world The stockholders are all eastern capitalists. Amonp the directors here Tuesdav are; Joseph D Bnnnius. Otis S. Gape, Cnas. F. FranKtyn and Wm. McDonnell; all of New York city. Miss Kiunin (lor Nominated. Frankfokt, Ky., Jan. J5 The democratic joint Caucus Tuesdav nlpht nominated Miss Guv. of Allen coun ty, for state librarian Mrs. !arv H. Day, the incumbent, and Miss Pauline Helen Hardin, of Covington, who had been candidates up to Tuesdav nlpht, did not go before tno caucus, and Miss Guy was an easy winner over Mrs. Caswell Bennett, widow of the late Chief Justice Caswell Bennett. -- colored r Voted for Him, Ky., Jan. 15.-John Per- 0 0 nominations: Dr. "W. A. Scott, of Someiset, for of tne Eastern asylum, VS Kr at Lexinpton, and W. K. Cardwell, of Go Harrodsburp, for steward, at the same. Dr. Ben L tcher, of Henderson, for superintendent at the Western asylum, Uopkinsville, and John W. Postal!, colored, of Hopkinsrille, lor to ward at the same HOW THE STATES V0TKU. WHEKIii WITHIN WHEELS. 22 31. & Commissioners for the Western asylum were named as follows. Hon. J. TliedNiiiteri'Ktedner-sofGoverneBradW. Downer, Geo. C Lay and G. W. As between Cliii'.igo and St. Iiuis, for ley in certain politii-a- l ni.illcrs is cah-Wiley, all of Christian county. atti'lto pirikptlie public in a verv forcible plnceof National Democratic Convention Illlls In the senate. tlit Btutes Mitetl us follows, only one State, He w.intrt Fbankfokt, Ky., Jan. 1& Among way r(Nlncel. the ealarii s of State ex- Ohio, voting for Cincinnati : to lake ell'ect after tiie the bills introduced in the senate Wed m35 Chicag- o- Con mat lent, Floriila, Idaho, nesday were the following: To prohibit piration of ihe terms of tin TI.EDKfc.. . REMEDY. Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, pool selling and book making. It is Tlie fact 1l1.1t tlatxalaricaof prenent Illinois, similar to tho Graziana bill introduced oflli i.ils cannot b. t melie umy have had Maine, .MnrLi!id,MubbacIitiseiLs, Micln Keinovts all inflammations, soreness , films, uh in the house Tuesday, except that a siiiiii'tliinp to do wiih tne siigeetion. At pan, Minnesota, Nebr.tk.i, New era and pain. Restores the . . violation of it is made a misdemeanor, It. ..I New York, North Carolina. Ore Mgni rn, . an nia naveine Iiirneumi Aii.it punishable by a maximum fine of the end of four e.irs Kpntiicky will gon, I'enii.s) South lliis woiu'erfnl Remedy so strangely ol hania, Rhode SI. 000 or maximum imprisonment in ig.ii'i who. I nt" the !ein Dakota, Teniietssee, Vermont, West Vir- tained. If this notice should fall into i the county jail, instead of making- it for I his H' the ti'ovi rnor'o & felony; the bauds of borne one who sliders with o to compel persons and ost;-- mill Ii of its font of liiaown ginia Wisconsin, Alaska, District of ibia. corporations operatinp street cars parly Georgi town Ttincs. Eye Liioeate. don't delay but w rite at to provide all cars other than it. lajnis Alabama, Arkansas, Cali- once for this strange simple r'ire. l)e trail cars with screens for the comfort fornia, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, scribe yo ir case enclie 52 25 and I will BOUGHT IN l.OYLE. and protection of motormen in the Kansas, Louisiana. Mis.sippi, Missouri, mill you enough of the Ponder to- Inst winter months; regulating telephone T F- - Webb txdd to Farris eiWhitley a charpes; making a liuni'li of 80O pound ffi'dingeattlcMt.'J ts Mtntaun, Netiida, New Jeibey. North hve weeks. One paikage ha.suired two Dakota, South CuroliiiH, Texas, Virginia. 'thirds of the cases - 1 he second package felony, punishable by a maximum im- Katlis ii Whiiiev lute bought of Washington, Wj,oiuiiig, Ariz prisonment in the penitentiary for five ma. New if neede I will be sent for ?I."5. years; providing for a vote in each vari iih p lilies SI m iirling mules for an Mtxico, Oklahoma, Utah ami Indian fclioiilil you desire to test inv Cure en of SsiO ml of r. L. Worthington county on the sunj-'c- t of free turnpikes. ivei at Territory. close is I 00. You will be thorough. iik N ivellnn :" lii'i'iof extr.ijfoo ht'd (convinced before you the cure three To t olinct 'School Tax. 'nd eiiil, weip'it 1.12o pound, at :U ts. Danvii.lk. Ky., Jan. 10. Suits have 'Ir Frederic Harrison, who is writing da vi, Address & Whitley been broupht, in the name of the com- Did Gentry bought of Farris Mrs Eliz J. J. ins monwealth, against the Louisville und 25 l.e id of 4 tear old cotton mules at S 05 a life of William the Spent, hts g no to 182 ortll l'.ltli street. The Hxgiie to gather further materials Nnshville and Cincinnati Southern per luad,and a bunch of migtr mules at Colunib'l--- , Ohio. for his work on the spot ose corporations :?77 "n jiir "'! -- Adtocntc. !?a,1.!: to pay taxes to"ll amount of nearly the J2,000, levied for praded school purposes at Junction City, in this county. The best lepal talent is engaged on both sides. The railroads refused to pay the taxes, because, as they alleged, the language of the act provid-in- p for the school favled to comprehend corporation holdings when it Agents to sell the newe&t novsaid thut the property of all "white persons" in the district be assessed. elties mil. IIiiilprs can make . r r Bredley Sends several Names to the Senate- Frankfoist, Ky., Jan. la The governor sent to the &enate tbe following OoT. Pcwer.-- - Latest U.S. Got 't Report akina f1iLjfnjii Powder &&&& ABSeiaEITE'OT r 9J .u tot and See.,. of Regular Price. IKSrj THE EU1E ...the TWo J's, Jone5 i;be by ?e 6Mtk Jem CAPITAL CITY COMMEKClAL COLLKOK. FR X u otfi-eia- lti hk LM11E1 IHE I Tut fcr EMrKfit JttHNt r lllvtelrsi at 4 l, 1 1 t, in Hanip-.sllirl- 1 11 1 till 11 n sugge--tioi- . nit-id- Co-l- ui prize-fightin- p 1 11- -e 1 I WA UT Hi Mil I 11.11 ! uea-da- y - Louisvim.k, Jan. 16. This city is mourning over the death of Mayor U.S. Tyler. The city hall and other city buildings are draped in mourning and all public business is practically suspended. The funeral took place from Const Churcn Cathedral at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon, followed by the interment at Cave Hill cemetery. In deference to the wishes of the family there was no puolic demonstration, and the ceremonies were unostentatious. At tne grave the masonic ritual was performed. Lexington, Ky. Jan. 16. Duncau, who has insisted on serving out his four yeHrs, notwithstanding the aew charter, Wednesday morning surrendered the keys to the new may-caJoseph B. Snnrall. bimrall took forcible possession of tho mayor's office Tuesday afternoon upon instruction from council. Duncan will continue to figiit the matter in the courts. All danger of personal difficulty is now Ex-May- or lonlflvllle's Dead 31ayor. WSJf- - live to tiii dollars csiU a ila- - For rM MFfl,! rDwasH if WUl N ,v I . J v U tEW -- p.utitvi ais wiln t.t.inip, WALLKK on or aildiess, the .XCelitnt method ol ir.strmtHHi r. on r ence wc wilt gne a thorou.i ot in-- t uctioo in Doub e ami s wu , Book kerrrtne bt 11. all al Lhss ONE- - FOURTH OF RFi ' I'KlCE to a limited 1 HHibt--r 01 p. .. Our 11 ethoit ol Ihhi b. npe o- - to thai ot nv otltr llumlrrd- - ol tcstttr.oHtats ol om irti tin to ilie Hiertts ol our 0 tile in tHir rrke. Our M j men' - ui.der the pr-oou,, , n able uiHrer wlio- he highest degree ot coropeteni K attained li. corre-fHHrtne. one ol our Kentucky students a WiCKLIFFK. Kv., Ovt. 1, Capital City Commercial Col . . t peka, Kansas. Gkmlimk.n I am very much with the text books oseti bv un si ruction b) mail. Your dumik anil paper- - are up to dat notlm 4 lete in our rachlug. YiMir mir are ery explicit ami plain, lun the science of Book keeping in at home just as well, ainl mic Hi, : 01 board, etc. Yuuis ,, M. F .oi Full paiticulars sent tree h ing tills paicr Address X. in-it- H 1 -M rv-.- I O ADVERTISK ftPITlL irTl HIsHlKlhl 61 ' , tte j'2 NKLSOX, Kii'li'i.oiid, Kj'. Ii b st , li n MONEY W. TO 17, LOAN THE iut-rKs- HIS STORE-HOL- Mayor Unncsn nrrenders the Keys. On mio'iived far us 111 Midi-u- i Ky , it 0 oer ceui, se 111 aniiu il 11 K.sio'i ch ire I no ,r I.-u- T Vr f I)i, . 1 11 111,1 a r, W . 1 A H M H li i3 p2b you 1 -- li Kv Fir ithei nit ,r n iti m in cure i . I. I Vttornev, Ivich iiou I, Kv. EVI.-sCOI.lt- ' 4eo Itiidding, 'tiuiik appli atioim . ou tin- I Now ot'tupt C r irit IW to I) w S orr l. f ' WU-ryj 2f- V- J. E at jyrf fc-- m I i Ei foil 'A i " w. B&A fin- c-iKir. Administrator' AH i if II f S GE'. 1 1 1 IIBliCS! I Two apFrankfort, Kt.. Jan. pointments that have been looked for every d.sy since the legislature met will pronably bo sent to the senate on Wednesdnv fay Gov. Bradley. They ott, of Somerset, for are Dr. Win. superintendi- - it, and W. K. Carkwell for steward of the Eastern asylum, at Lexington. VT..r . f l.onlsrllU Dead. LouibVii.i.K. Ky.. Jan. 15. Mayor Henry . Tyler died at 7:45 Tuesday morninp of a complication of diseases. His death p i s the entire citr povernment in the eor.trol of a republican A. P. A. commission which holds all tho seats in tnr general council, tnis body electing the msvor's successor. 15. Kxpected Afrpoinlments. over. 1 Kyi, Jan Jackson, ia Fulton F. encn. of the French-Eversol- e feud fame, has been sued in the perry circuit court, at Hazard, for SlO.OoO dam-ape- s by the wiuow of Judge Josiah Combs, charging French with beinp accessory to tne murder of Juape Combs, but recovery can not be had on account of the statute of limitations. for i tiban Kebels. Frankfort. Ky., Jan. 16. A resolution was ottered oy Mr. Barnett, of Ohio, expressing the sympathy of tne house wiin the Cuoan rebels, and also instructing the senators and request- reneh boed. 1 1 L0 -- fstuie pro erly jiroven by March 1st, w ill heharred. or Claims can be lift with M. H IlUNKY U. HEKKI.ET, parfes hating lainis agiinst C I ', deceased, are uotitiiti to iiiv I.V.K, QiQguflJpni sr a o &S jF W sa e--7 jrSkSw VL STAT Vi.HBIIREKSC0.-i3- CHICAGO. The Our Big" Store -fi h difS-cult- T 1 aul-tne- r do-sna- ca-e- s. 1 ! Jacksov. Ky , Jan 3a A vicious animal. sHop isid to b a larpe panther, has bees coming aoout the people's houses who live on Middle fork of Q itcksana. in Knott county, whipping ail the do.rsawarfromthepremi-.es- . Several parties claim to have seen the savage creature, and from their description old hunters say that it must lea panther, alth uph one of th-has not been seen in this county before in manv tears. m Thin It is a Panther. Pekin, Jau. 2a The Ueutsch bank and the Hong Kong and bhanphni banning corporation have secured the contract to issue a hrtr per cent. Chinese povernment losn of taels, to cost SuJ. Tne loan la to be issued at 95. Osta-siatisch- Chlnt se Government Loan e Bailew died Friday of dut.otes. le was 77 yeaisof age. Ueownel a large blue grass farm and leavus a handsome estate to his two childr.-n- . Mrs-Jo- e Dies. Aea Lancasieii Ky.. Jua. is. T. W. I ' Burnsides and a single daughter. January and .Mar. Ky., Jan. 18. , Cape Town, Jan 2a Tne peneral of Cape Co otr, Mr. Schre.nr has expressed tne opinion tnat the British suzerainty over th-Transvaal was abandoned in tho convention of ISSt. ey postmasters nave been commissioned Enterprise. in Kentucky as follows: Carter county. 0 L. h iv; Langiey, Fiotd county, Joseph Huphes; Mason county. A.fred Tom-liNewman. Dav ess county, J. E. Murphy; P ttv. Anderson county, A. Catleit; Seven Guns, Union county, N. J. Bishop. Mur-physvii- New KsntuckT Postmasters. Washington, Jan. 2tt Fourth-clas- s n; Yincy ana Mis Nannie Marlor were i arried in tn office of ounty Clerk Friday afternoon, P Judpe Bieathitt officiating. Tne groom u 75 yean, oid and tie bride fi) years old. tell to the Kstlnni f a W rlu GRF.esUP. Kr Jan. 18 Jamea ChapDeath of Jlr. Koblnsoa. digging Jan. 20 A dispttch man, wniie tne well a well, fell to the San Fr.nci-C- ), and sustained serifrom Paso l.otdes announces tnw death bottom of there -- unday morninp of Dr. SouuTMit ous injuries. Chan.tMii's fattier was killed ii. a coal bank here about two U. S. N. Bobinson. mcdicai msp-cto- r months ago. Kuctor Ded. Arod Cecil Rhodes' fortune is estimated Toronto, Jan 20 lie v. Wm. D. If it is only Ma.f that Beed. 1). D, rector of tho I'resoytenan at Ss.I.OiKl.0 ;0 churcn of Cunaua, uieu buuday, aged "he ougut to be able to live in some bO years. more coaifortabie country tnan South ow-s- e i CHn-tliaf- Adverse to Great Britain. J. C. .. Jan. 15. Wm. Bryant. Jackson. t lill.l llurneil to Death. who has for some time acted in the caHoPKlNSVU.l.h, Ky . Jan. lfl. Clarpacity of dep'Uv sheriff, wus'luesday ton of William of Itreathitt county. ence, the two-- t appointed A. Morris, who resides near Sinking to succeed Breck Combs, recently Fork, west of this c.ty, was burned to Mr. Bryant immediately qualified, pave bond and entered upon the death at the home of his parents. He and anotner brother were alone in the duties of his office. house wnen tne accident occurred. - Near Terallle. Tolmee liAladlsoiivllle lo Have Electric Lights. VF.P.SAlf.i.ES. Kr., Jan. 15. Frank MADlfcO.wiLLK. Ky., Jan. 16. The Bohannon's tobacco warehouse, near here, contulninp over 30.000 pounds of council nas accepted Mr. Bailey's destrovei oy fire Tuesdar proposition, and ho was awarded the morninp. The loss on tobacco is $2,500. contract for putting in an electric with no the loss on the light plant, and in about sixty days Madisonviile will be one of tne best K). insvred for S1.0J0. building is lighted towns in Kentucky. llmif-a- . Itefns. to Vacate. A Distilling Couiptny Assign. Lf.xinoton, Ky.. Jan 15 Mavor Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 10. The old a vor Duncan, who Siinrall asked still claims to be mayor, to vac ite the Judge Distilling Ca, of this city, asto H. H. Watson, mayor's office shis morninp. The de- signed Wcdre-.daIhe asnnd the police may cashier of the deposit bank. mand was vacate, but the lat- sets are 300 barrels of wnisky in bond forceMr. Dunc-and the distillery plant. Liabilities ter has a pun on n.a desk. about 515,001 I Xeiimeky Girt Ikying f liloocl Poisoning. Dnvim.k, Kr.. Jan. 15 Lizzie Walton. Ky., Jan. 16. Walter Vest, Maynard, aged 15 years, dau.'htr of Louis Mynard. na- been mi'ing for a young farmer, who was beat-- n up in two weenb. Sue di .spprarcd front the a fight during Chiistnias week, is dyArrests will hoinu of Jame 'larlington, in Bloom- - ing of blood poisouiup. foUow his death, which the phyaiciuris field. say is now certain. The Gnn tas Iiaded. Lexington. Ky., J in 13 In LinFatally Injured by a Train. Catlettsburg, Ky., Jan. ia Reucoln county. Tuesday, a child of Taylor Licker, a prominent ben Downey, colored, aged 45, of Ashfarmer, wa fatally shot by Ch irley land, was struck by cast bound Shuttle son of a neighWoods, the train No. 46 Wednesday afternoon and bor. fatally injured. K-sh-ri- Appointed sheriff. ing the representatives from this ntata in congrcs to do everytning in their power to secure governmental recognition of the insurgents. car-ol- d I f is5 lareesr piece , nev- (. - ssav ez a? 4 'fcSESS TSstr tsi-asi Aiiuiinistrator. ('. I). i? 3 J&Q sS?y 208 Fagb Public Rentlnq. Fall Catalogue Deceased. JAN- - 22. 1896 u'citok, a. m , on the premises I at wi I rem ; unncit to tliw Inchest and be-- t bidder 2(i acres f land, mar He I Hoiis . M uli-o- n u itnly, K. ., known us ihe Hirley farm. About UW aercs 1 ultituted in corn and lot ace xo.iin e in gnii-s- . 111 1 Siiifflkt, AT YOUR HOME. ON WEDNESDAY, ff Wood Tobacco Iiflrr if ever sold 'pr 1 tl Handsomely illustrated andtr beginning to end with best s. from our immense stocks vii; rc prompt. on application T FREE. When sending for it mentiun paper. It C.33. frMHDiill r ex-M- :fi:r M - two-year-o- ld a 1 filed of 1'Henmoiila- Parib. Ky.. Jan. 15. Alex Shropshire, who came here a month ago from Iowa to attend tne funeral of his brother, Gusbhropsnire, died near here Tuesday morning fron pneumonia. lCMlIirar Womse Thrown From a llnggy. Madisonvillk. Ky., Jan. ia In a runaway accident the Misses Fag?r were thrown from their carriage, both receiving injuries and one perhaps faYoung aij wn tijr () L vOJ v; ) UBHana r P-- rpft ft l l I fr S3 HI li! l vamtim: lyHU!5U.. 0 t f rWb fiill r" F ?r fc ? D sr. r, sa tssisi .sv m U LhIts b u ) Co) () tally. New Kentucky Post Office. sned for L.tnaceft. Ky.. Jan. 15. A LAWRhNCKiiuuo, been filed here suit for S2.1,oiK) uu by G. C Garey. who was injured at thorn railAvenstoke Ust fall by a jut i way train. Washington. Jan. 16. A post office has been establisned at Rossington, McCracken county, Ky., with Wm. M. Boldry as postmaster. 111 the lloose. Ky., Jan. 16. Tho house was in session only an hour Wednes day, and nothing of importance wa; done. to agree to w.thdraw his name if after the brst few joint ballots for senator it becomes evident that he can not be elected. If ne agrees the name of J. W. YVrkes or Gov. Bradley will be sprung. llelle of Nelson Tor .ale- Louivii.lic, Ky., Jnn. 2tt On the application of Assignee tl. V Sanders, o: boa Columbia J rust Co.. who said tnat the property could not enhance in value while in the hands of the courts, Judpe Charles G Rnchie. of thecountv Iinnter May lth Frankfort. Ky., Jan. 2a A moverement is'on foot amonp publicans to pet Congressman Huntor Africa. Dljil la Ills Chair. Louisvii.i.u, Ky., Jan. 15. George IL Moore, a millionaire whisky dealer. died of heart disease Tuesday morninp No Itaslness Frankfort. lie of Nelson Dtstillinp lo's property to be sold. The Field tgalnst KIi.t. Louisville. Kr.. Jan 2a The sertunbhng for the vacancy caused bv the aeath of Maror Tyler bas begun ip earnest, and it is now tno field acainst A(. tmp .Mavor King. The situation is m xed, and mrmncri of b h boards openlv deciara UiatMr. oun nut be eiacted. It cn-Uk,bi'v cwrt, ordered tne I t Mtl L3I-5GTO- Ll an Tom Hope, two qaarreied he-- e Sunday morning over the renlt of a crap game, when I. ..addes drw.- hi. oistol and snot Hope through the brea.t. inflicting a filial woud Ilroai iu ecapod. . J K.uiu,-- r :in. Irlnmp.. Beri in, Jau 20 Miss Luey Campbell, of KejtJcky, has, given a very successful concert in Beckstein halL .nd w heartily cheereU for the excellence of her playing on tne violonBroausiu 1 Ne-pro- Kr. Jan 2a - ir.p tMme- - George cello. Waddv. Jes&ee. HvHk tvctiori of tae state, has been called to fid tbe chair of physiology ia the Central Normal college. a pr imincnt physician Professor of Physiology. Ky- - Jan. 20, Dr. in mi John THE MARKETS. tlappr Old ulks. Paris. Ky.. Jan. 17. At the Hour Cincinnati. Jan. 18. bon County poorhon-Jhursd3y R. A. FLOtm Spring pitent, Z.t jatiO. spring fancy, i3.0Ja3.30; spring family, tith i8J; Wade, aged 75. and Mrs. Mart Epnew, , winter patent. fiSO jl 65. WlO'lii; - Mr. aped 72. were married. Th 35 i 0. low grade, Wade's tnird venture and Mrs. Egnnw'a family, : .& ti.00 extra, H t2.00(&i.-.3rye. ri50 2.65. fourth husband. The widow relinWuzat No. 2 red was held at fJSc, with 7o bid. Sales: Sample red, track. 65c. quished a pension of 15 per month. Corn ales: Mixed ear, tr ck t8c. do nearly white, track. He. No. 2 whito. track. 27Jc: 1'oiinMit.rs Na t white, mixed, track, 27Hs: Ko. 2 mixed, Washington, Jan. 17. Fourth-clas- s In Danger .' Lynching. postmasters for Kentucky appointed track, true O The market was fairly steady under a Hopkinsvillf, Ky . Jan. 14. nmnel Thursdar: C.cero. Woodford county, Booker, the colored man who i be- bnmuel Cunningham: Cleopatra, Mc- moderate demand and ample offerings. Cattle Fair to good shippers'. &fi0gllS: lieved to be the person who attempted Lean county. C L. S ion; Ilrnert, extra, ti.it good to choice butchers. f.81 to assault Miss Ida Stall near Nnrtoss. Ohio county. B. H. Givens; alt River, S4 15: fair to medium butchers', 1.233. 75; common. ville last week, has been nrresteil at Bullitt county. Withaite Carpenter. Veal Calves Fair to good Hght,tat5.r5; (n the Hopkins Earlington and lodc-ecommon and large. U.S0 .4.04. A Dividend of leu Per Cent. county jaiL If he qnestion of h't Hoes Choice heavy packers and butchers, Pineville. Kr.. Jan. 17 T. J Asher, 4.05 4.10. mixed packers, 3.U5 4 05 common identity can be settled he will likely bo assignee of tne Pineville Banking Co., and rough, cVl6s&&&0 light shippers and fat lynched. Thursday paid the depositors a divi- pigs, 90 .14 05. llwt 1.011 e of tthUky. sheep iD Lsmbs Sheep Extras, 13. yy Lexington. Ky., Jan. 14. Every dis- dend of ten percent, making a total 3.50 good to choice. 2.2.wij3.00. common to fair. Lambs Extras. KMcH.15. good to in Kentuckv will b invited o of 20 per cent, paid them. The bann tiller choice MOJ 4.50. common to f dr. 13.00 3.7. contribute some of bis bet product to assigned in July, 1&03. Fine merino, per lb. March. nt linut l!ga- make up the bottle of Kentucky whist- Po: quartor blood clothing. 13,lio: modtait P1NXVII.1.R Ky.. Jan 17 li L Hnnt, delaine onJ clothing. 14 ky which Miss Harriet Kkaardsn. of U Itof Lexington, expects to break over general tnercnimdtne, assigned Tfiura-da- y medium combing 15c. Wtshed- rlnomertni, X to XX. per lb, IE alio mediuutolothlii;, C W. Short. Assets and liabilto prow of the new battleship "Ken16c. delaine, fieo-- o liMSc Ion; coaiblng. It tucky" wnen that vessel I christened. ities each about 2,Oi Cause, whole15o, QQ&rter blood sad low. 'S vile sale houses pushing tiielr claims NewYomc, Jan. IS, Huih tiled nt Pntmrnosla, through the court. WnKAT Na red. May, 67 Grkenup, 1Cv Jan. U. VTta. Wood-roJano, 67Mc o Hemic- - the I'uidlitl stork. a fanner, aged 79 years. die- SunCons Na t quiet: May. S5 July, Lascaster. Ct.. . 17 ine stock- SSKo. Na t, KVi Sitfa day, and his remains we e inti.r.-- d '.:onl Bank of LanHl daurhtr. JJrs. holders of the Oats NaJ, western. CVi vXa; Februsry "4c here Moaday. Tolcdo, O Jaa 18 voted to roduce tne Florence Riff, win buried here fttrur- - caster Tnur-da- r TThbat No. red, amount of capital stock from jijf250,OoO Ko 3 red. cosh. ttVSKc cash. 67c: Msy, 60;e: day. Both died of pneumonia. escape. ' to S2U0.C0a Cork Na t mixed. May. S9Sc 5earlet Fever. The IVnitrtitlary Ai;dlnts. Oats Nothing doing. tiff. MonKnKAl). Kr., Jaa. 14. Scarlet nud ht FKANKFoirr. Kr. Jan. 14, The sink, Chicago. MrDDLr.5BoRo, Ky.. d lap fund coinmlsioneH Veld a meet- fever is raging In this town. 7hre rence Krcma. .snt his Jan. lj. off Calls on May wheat opened at mc,Jaa.iIR sol bs left ing Mpnday. A r'dn'io.t wa a '.opted are even cases, nd many others hare 6 Ho and 6146'Se last price. 6l?ja tweon morning with a thotgun. eiMe. Puts opened at 'Qic sold between a'Ha fixing February IS as the day fw hear- been exposed. There wxs one ncaui Thur.-daHe didn't know it vyas loaded and60c last pried 7jia ing the applications of ihrsr" seekinu from the dis-aSunday. Cally on May cora opened rt "Sife; last prim, offices connectei in!, tho 'eni'entinr Thieves lu a lanrhrer rtoase. New Post flfflce In JKetitneltv. Puts oJpciiedat2S"v',-'- c aoldatrflj rarjk of rnard. atid on iT above the Lancaster. Ky., Jan.j4 Tnlrre Wasmigton. Jan. 17. A pq'ft office ?Ho: last price, bid.Firrsn 'R in, - into the- slaughter hone nt day ten minutes will - eiyt eecti ap- brokJsa 1? Madison Cattue Koceit& llat; laurkst steady; Northcotx fe Fox, in this Vitr, Jinn ny bas been established at Combs -plicant or sonif frU-nfor hin to county, Kentucky, with George W. uncli mjea nipb, and stole several Hundred cuicji uUIrc Hoo to ?rle mediums. SAUO k Bogers, a poatmaiert Hopmnsviixk. Ky.. Jm. 14. A con ference of leading colored republicans of this section was held in this citv for the puroose of indorsing the application of John PostelL colored, of this city, for stewardw-- t the Western locatod here. The oih-e- r applicants for the position, all of whom are wnite, were asked to withdraw in Postell's favor and tnrce to do so. lajsr Week for the Frankfort, K-- .. Jan. 14. Tne members of the legislature ve a bti-.g week beforethetn and are now down to work in rornest. Tho senatorial nominations have precln e I everything in tne way of business, and practically nothing iias been done 113 to this time. The death of Representative Wilson, of Nelson, leaves tne lepislature standing 67 republicans and two populists on joint ballot. Destractlre Fire at Illghlsod Farm. LtXIM.T. Kr., Jan. 14 Th two coitiy residences on the farm, five miles from thi citr, we-- a burned Monday morning. Loss OO"), besides 87 0fO in furniture. Higblacd arm is tne property of U. L. A.hrr. It is the most elc;ant breetling in Keutulcy. nnd was lv rpprnised at a quarter of a million. Asher was baiily injured in making h. coa-sentel White Vn Asked t,. sTep Aside. while s.tting ia a cuair. To Ceeom taend Rome One. d Bakdstowx. Ky.. Jan. 14. Chairman John S. Keller, of the democra-iconnty committer, has called a meeting of the committee for Wednesday next to consider the alarms of tho .' tiemen mentioned 'or the nomination for representative in place of the lat Isaac Wilson. Tie committee will imply recommen-- . the best maa fo the placa llt-- 1 si m Pf. iii e 'ii H JI Tl )t"r?l i- fan-y- ,r?i '.In Order 10 Kcduco Our Jmnicnso Stock. ol i -- mfi mi. 31 mm e will Q t brpl jf a 'Y a d irel-tin- A . J -- ML 6-- Woore-TJnwash- ed. lip1 rtjlt HodiuVd Price. Anil M'll tliein .it ;i r t'.ie lnru:est and best in town. Our line of Suits and Overcoats is V'e luive nil irn(ies, nnd in 3rou may want. Come and Get a liaigain. hy-'ftiwh-.itever f'f Fi JV lltj (iroatly . .'i.i tf-- -t W , Si j ,f- - . ". p ..--. ....... iifp s , - . I H - I .V r'-- , , " h.imi.-- i i i . - iv Fall lo lny Jiegin . . L . iintl Winter Clothiii" v ' It F" fc. u . .. - r j hJT SA IT W ' 1 i T - e coa-s- e. Hic-hlaa- J-'- X estab-lishnie-nt st re-ei- Ja-u- iH$i 1 r pav fH R 3H S K3 ibfl Ki 1:1 91 T- J n lat Ter-han- y m m2 stir. TAilORS AND CLOTHIERS, c 4 -- li L -- , se j ' c o " . .i - - ri "" -- d pro-freath-is pric-e- a Rcn-g- I o E . , .f a "4 - f l& . 'If3 j r ' ' - " v ii, w