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They all know thut tlere is favoritism and politics bach of every bill which goes throug-w-art- y RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 'WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1896. it it is upon this bill that the repub-can- s have taken their stand and asked the fanning communities of our counvote the That Given to the Farmers fay try tot lection. republienn ticket at the next tho Dingloy BilL It was presumed that after the Mc- - NUMBER . 35, SINGULAR PEOTECTION. And a Awarded Highest Honors World's PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. Far. ATTORNEYS. J. L. HAIiEIS, M. Dv D. D. S.J Richmond, - - Kentbcky. ft 1J y j Onr' p'.ivfical feelings, like the ratthfal i arch and point oat plainly tbe He ' f of health. . mac is not feeling well and Timorous i t is kwitifr. boh and vitality, if he is 1 - nervous, steeples, he certainly is i uc 11 The down hill road from healtk i: tc k i ktiesf is smooth And declinei. rapidly. the firt intimation of disease, the w man takes a Pure- - "tmple vegetable - r It pets his dieion into good ac--f t o'der and that puts the rest of his b t m order The medicine that ill do a medicine that is pood to take in t mble of the blood, th" digestion, r a -r piration, no matter how serious it t 44lW diee conm; and tliis Is discriminating apatnst the majority of tlie veterans. Nearly very piivate bill carries with it a pension of value. They average $S0C er auimni. There will be not less than 100 of these private pension bills poteen i.y tne present congress, mak- ing an annual aggregate appropriation ol $30.00e to be aotled to tbe general appropriatton. Cvcrj reason able man know a that such discrimination is not right, and that the old soU iliers who honeMly served their country will not indorse such legislation. TliCKMAS'. Iterent House legislation ProTea Concln- bUely That the Itepubliaan Pcrty lias Ko Sympathy with tho I'eoplo. AVaihinffton. Jan. 25. (Spccial.1 It would be well for all of the fannets. an( aii wno nre interested in ngricul- ( - REPUBLICAN Democrats A ABUSES. Unjustly Blamed for Vermon of Offlco Their Bxt3tence. the Post l').irtiociit Kepalr Shop Why Aholi-he- il Morton the "!eed DUIslon.- Trntlifnl isec-reta- ry ir Washington, Jan. 30. (Sjecial.) "We have just discovered an anomalous condition of aftairs," says Superins 1 tendent Machin, who has churge of the rletter carrier service at the pot office I department. "The republican postmasc ter of St. I'aul, Minn., was recently t here, and while attending to some busiD ness in this department, lie admitted C that the letter carriers of St. Paul are u t annually taxed in the euiu of $1,600 for U btreet car fare. "I never hoard of such a case before, lj 'irtn found cCn..ous u i Kitracnt of skir t eczema, in auy part of the postal service. It ervMnelas salt r he urn from com- - seems that a contract has been entered t r i les or blotches to the worst case into with the street car company, under v !.! Ol tlie terms of which the letter carriers and other jHwt oflice employes are carPARTISxVN rJlAYEKS. ried to any part of the city for the aggregate annual sum of $3,200. It is customary for such annual rates to be B- - markable Antics of the Blind made with street car companies in Chaplain of the House. oilier cities; but the government ptays tlinj expense. At St. Paul, however, tlie T.wen tlie Men Who .Klectctl lllm Are government pajt $1,000, and the St. . CorWeary of IIU IVcultar I'aul letter carriers pay the other $1,600. ruption I.urk' In Jlany 1'rlvaie This is not according to law. Asa ma't-trenxiou lUHs. of fact the law forbids tlie government to recoiie any hervices without (Special.) UnshingtOB, Jan. 2S. compensation: and alto forbids the line of the; mistakes nwile hy the "bog government from accepting any gratu.. .jlnne" which organized the houseof ity from it& employes. The condition r ,m spjitatites was tbe selectioa of a at SU I'aul is an outrage uiion the letiirjii. The republicans are now in ter carriers w Inch tlie dcjiartment w ill apprehension of some bad break not jwiniit." f r iii their iiertiean preacher. He hs There have been recent ravings, some a, ,iarently abandoned all hope ofjn-it- n of them almost eloquent, concerning tuff the throne of jrace to do aiiy- - the alleged of v. omen who t iv tor tne republican house; ano work in the mailbag repair shop of the ins imbued with tlR necessity of de- - post office department. The present adrnnr daily political Jectnrefc, un- - ministration has been blamed and trac t he guise ol lraj er. He has prayed duced. As a matter of fact after the t r the tariff bill, the bond bill and the adoption of the civil service law in 1SS3, coinmisbion. He has praj ed whereby the poih of office were t. t we may have peace, but "peace the republicans of congress and w ith honor," indicating a desire for of the executive departments, organized bureaus of various kinds whose v.ir In cently be prayed for tlie success of employes should not lie covered by tbe I ra liartou in her Red Cross mission, civil service law. One of these bureaus that is an international affair. was tlie mail bag repair shop. Tliere ,tl, ts. i - of tlie admirers of this blind women were employed at from K5.P0 lo r '. m are beginning to fear that $5.00 per week. The work to be done s. of our foreign friendly na-- i is of a menial cliaracter. and tbe pay n ay take exceptions to this raan-- t is small in comparison with the salaries r .f international invocation, 'lhe paid to other government employes. r hi fran congresbnien are particular-- This repair sliop has been in exibtence perturbed, because they btoiired the for about 15 y earfc, and is of republican on-ei tion of thech)ain. atidjin origin. i. ita lie for him. It seems strr Lacking facts upon which to base ti.il; rades a republican partisat. writer lias j v a her should be an object . . to assailed lhe administration of the post vi d et tbe congressmen i ijj.i- suggestions concerning the way otlice department, and called the repair It it, rhop a "sweat shop," blaming the demHi ' Inch preachers ahoohi pray. I a enough to have politico in our home ocratic administration and the demoj ii its at times; but it a remarkable cratic party for its faults and failings. tr.,t we s!muW have a. partisan repnb-- Jt is true that the place is unworthy praying in a partisan manner in this government, and that the emt i national Uoniie of ployes are overworked at small wages. 1 prayers are always eloquent and But the whole truth should be told. f of jiatriotisw, but there is an oc-- The den is of republican origin, has Tiai touch of jingoiatn in them been maintained by republican ii does not tend to eoniert tne appropriations, and lias t . nrs, and which surely will not con-i- been as reprehensible under republicthe far off" heathen Turks, or the an administrations as it could "be. The existing conditions should be amelion, reshive Britisher. -We will get away from here by rated, but it is unfair and unbecom.:a ." says Senator John Sherman. ing of any man to lay the i hx ork of congress w ill be com-- i blame upon the democratic party for by that time." Senator Sherman conditions created by the republican ' u' oices the desires of all republicans party. i cnngiess. Just as Xapoleon is said to While tbe republicans were prepart ve raed for he "night of Gonehv." ing bureaus to be exempt from tlie pro' 'lie reHiblicans are anxiously await- - tection of the civil service law, they created what was called the "seed di,? tlie hour when they can adjourn inl return to tJieir homes. They know vision" of the department of agricul"lat oery day of the session of cou-- t. ture. There upwards of 200 women ess will make the republicans more were annually employed, weighing more ridiculous. The mistakes seeds and pasting them in paper bags Lirb have been made up to date ought for distribution among the farmers of, 'o oe enough to deraonrtrate to the the country. Tlie women were apoj le that the. party is unfit to legis-- 1 pointed without having to pass civil administra- - pcrviee examinations. Education was te just a the Harris-oon sitowed it is a party unfit to govnot required for the work. Hut the ern Senator Sherman and the rtlier majority of the women employed upon rr publican leaders know this fact, and the recommendation of republican iUare anxious to skedaddle and get congressmen were pretty, handsome from the scene of their weakness and some of them beautiful. As a. matter of fact the seed division became ai prospective woe. ') ir of the pretty spectacles which :i a place for girls who were lhe special favorites of congressmen. the republicans in the senate are to the public Is their abundance The seeds were distributed under the franks of the members of congress, of financial heresies and party dissenThey claim to be a party of and each farmer who received packsions. sound money, or a party in favor of ages was thereby placed under obligabimetallisHi, with Internationa agree- tions to the statesmen.'' Many a man ment. Senator Teller, a leading repub thus fostered his own ambitions, and e lican, and one of the most aggressive secured renominations by the and prestige which he obtained champions of tlve free coinage of silver l'as recently acknowledged that he is among the farmers of his district. making barrels of money out of hia J. Sterling Morton, the present democratic secretary of the department of Cripple Creek gold mines. Senator of the same state, is a lawyer who agriculture, regarded the seed division makes barrels of money in mining and as an unnecessary expense to the govether speculations; and they say tiiat ernment, lie said that it was of no all of his contracts are made on a gold practical benefit to the farmers of the basis. He is also a champion of silver. country, and he abolished it. lie quit Senator Shoup, of Idaho, is interested buying seeds at extravagant prices. He in gold mines, end he is shouting for discharged the employes of the disilver. Senator Stewart, of Nevada, has vision. He closed up the place, and degold mines in South Carolina. These clined to reopen it, even when besieged and other silver senators are well and bitterly assailed by the congressknown in Wall street, where they deal men, lie sturdily refused to continue on a gold basir. In the senate they are what he regarded as a needless bureau, uncompromisingly for silver. Some- and practically a departmental disbody has said something about consis- grace. tency being a jewel, but those !enato"rs Itepublican senators have recently do not wear that kind of jewelry. called Secretary Morton before them The senate committee on pension and required him to officially explain ho favorably reported 17 cases which his reasons for abolishing the seed propose to grant. pensions to soldiers His explanations were not fawho have been unable to secure the al- vorably received, and there is pending lowance of their claims by the pension a resolution in the senate to compel office. This is merely a leginning of Secretary Morton to the seed the record which that committee is division. He will not do so unle-s- comWhen opposition h voiced pelled by new legislation. These conprivate pension bills tlie repub-litra- ditions should be placed before the peoto ociferate that rbe democratic ple in order that they may know the party is opposed to granting pensions animus and spirit of republicans. If to union soldiers. That ii a falsehood given potver they will be extravagant Jn vhicb has been used in many cam- the future as in the past- - Thev will paigns. The democrats in congress squander public money for privnt perhave always been liberal to the union sonal and political gain. Their partisan FoMiers. The laws upon our statute scribblers will then, asoccasion offers, books are liberal enough. Any honest blame the democratic party for the union veteran who vat wounded dur- misdeeds of republican managers, suffers from TunnitAN. ing the war, or disease contracted while serving his Boston has 37 square country, can get a penraon in a legiti 7 mate war. The old soldiers nil know and 500,000 population. this to be a fact. There are very few ,love That Kau Smooth. ' exceptional ca.ses. I have heard ev -- "What a cold fdrbStbe1 Iceberg ist succeed bnwiuO confederate soldiers deliver speeches How in behalf of general pension bills. J am? lier-'- " jj liave seen them "voting for gcnpral pen--- "Skated into her affections last vvia" - haimw laws thus OObStXt . Eree jPresa. f - mrdicine to take is Dr. Pierce's i n jicdical Discovery. It is a remark-- c -- v dy It cures diseases, in a per-- t . natural way, without the use of z drugs. It cures hr helping Nature. - a peculiar loatc eSect on the lining 'anes of the stomach and bowels. 'tiiisr these membranes into healthy ion stimulating tne secretion of the us digestive juices and furnishing to M "d the proper punfying properties, r uhes out over the whole body and s disease germs before it into the txcretory cnanneH It builds up flesh, makes the skis and bright. .iti"ierce s Golden Medical IHscoverr t Lae beoomf. . i . mu--cu- wcnd-rful- i Oet-U- uc tli-i- er - '- vur-laile-d, 1 it- , H r- - si hf-jtjt- e - i tnre, to write to their representatives in congress asking for copies of the Dingloy bill, the McKinley bill and the Wilson bill. You ought to have all . a. v., i w. ... . u .... ...,. bwutiiu provisions in order that you may intelligently judge of their merits and demerits. The committee on ways and mesons of the present hou&c of representatives, for the first time in a generation, has declined to proparc and give publication to t comparative statement upon tlie customs duties which have imposed recent during been years, pnd the customs duties proposed to be imposed by 'he pending bill. It will only be Ly personal' investigation and comparison that the people can have a perfect understanding of the provisions of the bill. It has been shown heretofore that the Dingley bill bears hea dy upon the poor people of this country Ly imjiosing increased taxes upon wearing apparel. The attention of the fanners has not been specifically called to the propositions of this measure. The bill is an outrage upon every honest son of toll. It is a laminated fraud. If people will secure from theirmem-ber- s of congrebS copies of the recent bills and the pending Dingley bill they .will understand very thoroughly that that bill is Mot a revenue measure at all. Tlie republicans who hav been for many years folding their arms and JtntWr. walling their eyes, and pretending that Willie I was kept in for they were legislating "for the poor laboring man," will be stripped of their throwing a plug of paper at another subterfuges if the people will investi- boy. Mamma And wasn't that perfectly gate, and" understand for themselves, the substance ant importance of the just? Wllie I don't think so, mamma, deceptions which the Dingley bill con when I missed the loy by a foot. tains. The Diagley bill proposes to raise Truth. $44,000,000 of revenue; tliat is tc say, Don't, cold world," despondently h( it proises to add $44,000,000 to our "Good-bsaid; taxes. There is a hollow ness end a "You have denied me wealth, affection, hyKcrisy in the claim, particularly in fame," respect to its propositions concerning Then pressed a pistol to his throbbing counhead. the fanning communities of this Expecting to blew brains from out the try, ."n the first place this bill proposes to put 15 per cent, additional tax But same. was whero he'd made a grave here on bread ftuffs. On barley alone the mistake. Do not, oh, mortal sad, oppressed of woe. farmer:, are to get the insignificant inbreak crease of $3S,300. On buckwheat the Essay this final, melancholyhave brains to Unless quite certain you bill proposes, all told, an increase of blow. B t worse, upon corn, which is San Francisco Examiner. the greatest cereal of this country, the Go W est, Vouncr 3Ian. entire taxation amounts to only $213. Col. DugoutN'o use talkin. Tho While the republicans propose to add millions upon millions in protection to west is the place for young men. Rethe manufacturers and imiKirtcrs, they member, Tom Tomkins used to live . intend to give a few paltry thousands right here in your tow n? Eastern Man Very well. Xo use to of protection to the agricultu.-aiistof this eounliy. A comparison of the re- anybody. Col. Dugout J es' so. That idler cent bills and the pending bills will demonstrate this fact to any intelligent landed in Dugout City 20 years ago man. It may seem to you to be ridic- - w ithout a cent in his pocket or a rag to ulous. but an investigation of the b'll Lis back. Yes, sir, and last week ho will demonstrate it to be a fact ibat,i failed for a million. X. Y. Weekly. for all of the producers of oate in the Itoth Taken In. United StMes, the Dingley bill proposes Mr. Poppington Why did you marry to raise the taxation only in the sum ' me? of $2,3 ii. Hut look at the propositions Mrs. Poppington You led me to of this bill for protection to the wheat e you w ere rich. Why did you marry growe.s of our country. Although the me? tax on clc thing has been doubled an1 Mr. Poppington You led me to betripled by this bill, the wheat glowers lieve you wore handsome. N- - Y. Reof this country are to receive a grand j corder. total ot urotection in the sum of $305. i lviuley bt I bad been demonstrated to be a failure; after the revenues of the government had been so reduced that I'reskk'.it Harrison ordered the issue of bonu; after "protection run mad" liad been shown to be detrimental to all of the interests of .he country, the republicans would iiermit the people to liavc a rest from their extreme ad vocacy of a political hobbv. But the pf nding Dingley bill shows most con Ctusivejy that the" republican party can learn nothing from experience, and that it nas no sympathy with the people. Whenever you hear people complaining of the semite rulf s and the freedom of debate in t hat body, don't take any part in Mich parliamentary heresy. The rules of the senate are so old that they are musty. They deserve criticism in many respects; but on tho whole they are for our common good. Many a piece of vicious legislation has been handled with care in the senate, and ultimately oen forever throttled. Matters of great importance are sometimes debated there in a way, and the people become impatient enough to vote to abolish the senate; but that would be unwise, for when public sentiment compels action the senate yields. Here is a sample of the wisdom of tho senate rules. The partisan house of tepre&entatives passed the Dingley bill. It has now been before the senate for a whole month, without action. The reason is that there is no public senti-'meurging the passage of that legislative infamy. Therefore the senate is not likely to pass it Consequently, on this occasion, we may lift our hat nnd make onr thankful bows to the liberal rules of the senate. The Dingley bill is not likely to become a law. TnuuiiAS. fime-killjig nt to-dn- y GRANT E. LILLY, CREAM I'SLMTERl I 1 Crown and bridge wort a ipecialtr. OSc i Uoiunt Duiwinj, ilam itrc.t. (Hfi ce nenrs 9a.11 it la ra.. i to p. m. aiaa A TT0RNEY-RicniiONO, - A T LA - IF, Kentucky. DR. A. E. STETf ART, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A Offce 8. W corner Main and Second streets . Kentucky. up stairs. Will practice in all the conns of Richmond, Madlfton and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Omcx at j Main street, orer Caring l. Mitchell's atare. Resideaci iia Nrh . Free pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or any other aduUciant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. w Everything in our Store, consisting of 0 W. B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW Richmond, Kentucky. Office in Collins' Duildinj. at head of stairs. 31.30 DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Richmond. tain. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentwcky. J. COAL! i ) CLOTHING, I C. & D. M. CHENAULT, A TT0RNEYS - Office in Smith Building-- , No. H Main Street, up Office hoars ta to x an i 4 to s o'eteck. i.l Rowand & Co.. 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BRONKUGH, Proprietor, Crab Orchard, Ky m reprene-itative- s. n ; is fgJE fgiargfHfgiB i" Kii-- i al v m ....Sale of Dry Goods and Notions, Dross Goods and Trimmings.... ....Laces, Embroideries and Hosiery JE1B rtia ftuai riUBmUBti i i mi ri l jiiircicaifgjtaifgjgjror-- irtueirtuairtiJapJg7 u ckj f rtna EJtai rtua mi"-- r at... srg mm wt3 fair-minde- d II . P. ARMER MAIN STREET ISral ip . ijfaga, jggg--. m .mum m& uumm) wm iMt- Mrs. Eliza J. Evans 182 North 19th Street, Columbus, Ohio I WH To maffnifi- VJL a u GIBSON'S CALLED SIS &m :ujflsij- - - im Capes, Jackets and Cloaks in all the newest styles. Flannels, Blankets and all kindo of Woolen Goods at prices never before named in this market. I 5 -- erbcmsier NOTICE our SPECIAL ATTENTION We mean PRlaS-5 . n CREDITOIRS. J. T. IlendersoD.&c Against d-- cent line 5J U J -- hat e say, when say we , : Plus , Mhiiisok J ra 1 - S. B. Gum, All persons estate of Mis3 Deft'ts. r c' rtcuiT Q'0UBT. pre-rcnti- ng having claims ajsiinst the Eva Gunn, deceajed are hereby notified to file the same, legally verified, with the undersigned, on or ICE PALACE AT LEADVILLE, COLORADO, Erected at a Cost of $50,000. : AT COST EOE CASH WE mean CASH and no goods charged at the prices we will name. it rat ra r 1 m te)(n THg QLB RgUASLS Mm JEWELER m 7 m Er?yJ m 4BE & mm HSCS fW7ZTwsW . i Is still in I the mar pa I ket with gla bo-fo- re mm nllral piEi K-?m- the finest FEBUARY 16, 1696, Or same will be barred. c YOURSELF that wearain earnost bycalllinKand Dricinc our sroods then ml ra you will know we mean buainoa. The fact is we have MORE GOODS than cirai money hence our determination to exchanxeone for the other. The geeat ksssssV. and best AStL influ-tnc- 2. I 'rr- -. , 30-3- 1 S. E- - SCOTT, C. C M. C. M, 30 DAYS CASH SALE IS NOW OZfcT J1? -- HssKssK JB&-ksasnHfKflfusMe7 ? iMBsBtB Wol-eot- t, ,!::;:: Co m m i s s i o hi e r's WHITE BuUeclok Patterns Fop Sate. & GIBSON'S, Corner Main and Pecond Ste i! rHr3 rtUESl m Bs pa ry that can be found per SS cent from any mm price named by any other house. off kjiu HsHHslsHsiWaHIHHB n o. It s ISls -- . -uiiujcvrci.-, lira sj ii p. 1 sele cted stock of watches, P rBiJ IMOTIOe TO F. Mosiey! Mopy! Money! GOODS, CREDITCJRS. IS WHAT WE WANT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OP WINTER DRY Kg Kentucky, and at prices that can g not be duplicated anywhere. I win sen you aiamonas ana uiKe in jwi Central CLOTHING, SHOES, Apain6t (Jiuccit J Couirr. F.J.DicKERsoN'sC'ed.&cDeft All persons having Waims agi inst the estate of Dr.F. J. Dickereon, d ;c'd., are herebv notified to file tbe eair e lesally verified, w ith the undershjne 1 on or before J. Dickekson's Ex. Plfls., ) tUmsoN HAW, AT HALF PRISE. ten j MARCH 25TH, or same will bo barred.. 1 596, X Men's Suits al Half Price- Boys Suits afl Half Price Men's Shoes at T5 cents, worth "81.50. Ladies shoes at 75 cents, Worth '81.50. Everything te t'ee n- 6. 33-- 36 " . SCOT M, C. M. In ife Store Must Be Sold Out -- To Make Room For things in the ip way of ChristPar mas Jim cracks M I have a few slHslHsr sw9wvjl E3J93KrsiiiiV mm .rcjiv to-da- y milrs-ofare- ivmmi w: ISPRIIjIG GOODS -zmMMmum I Don't buy any where until you seeOTJJK WW ilgW i prices. WE wiljl save you FIETYCENTS WHiTE's mm 'i x BEST IN fUAUT. tOST IN IJUANTITY. en v ta P71 fit $ ! T Iv r X . pm left that you can have ! AS fc&8AS on every DOL i - "lb. "c Has lad alLWORBJ noma tKarim!C aieicm FOR QO YEARS' rv, vf. w ' -- ' own price. As MKsiHiHH HP 1 dont want them, come and eet them. Watch'es, clocks sja , and jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted. ; .. id at your m$m I .,..,r, 1 I fc ' a t II B - -- s it . u - OVER CRYSTALIELDS'SHE GLIDES; ....' 'EVERY, BOTTLE '- -- ter."-fIk:trc- H ,J f n ir, '?', v! l Xl -II; .- ar" ss . i c - &&" Ifl. HF && Jh4 n , V FBff?iiffifPffgTafflWBaH Wti3KfS&nBSiKBKMBiim&SOSBUBtR siVsssIssBDsHBSbSssbHbbbbdWhssIsB jgBflHIH KBBSHBBuwBuKKtBtKKBKKSIKS' aw-- - L jgVjE-- ' HliiBL 9isBI ritRBi ' is S i j r: -;- -f j? ". 1 ' -- P "-' 1 '! t r- - ' m Ji 1 , AN CONTRIBUTION IMPORTANT TO THE HISTORY OF. TDK REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD OK OUR COUNTRY. I THE CLIMAX. TIPro.N. D. P. ARMER, -- Siat;le Sentences Froia States, several l---3- -5 Editor. Manager. - - . rUliLIStibl) KVLUI WlCUN'jSSIJAV BY & Co. Louibvilte distiller, recently ahsij:iieil, are plced at $500,000 and their Haiti ities at $700,t)00. The assets of Bartlev, Johnaon H. t VJJlllllUI unuuu-- u NewUy. S A. HikxI has returned lo Lexington after a month's visit to friends here The Climax Printing i'ltlLfa L'Klt Go. 1.5U. riAlt, FiiB, 5. WlvDMCadJAl, - - 16iU Jow UiittKoT it tMiiivfMHM: die Republicans want the uix rated cents on the ! olio liuu.ire.1 dollars HVl, The Srvatok Beaxktt puidHcvd the m m, itsl week, u4 Ur whieti soowh inat the limn born in littiumt, tuolMlHl, l'uglau.l aml:Wales wu Ha to railed iu P..usjvania. in iu, historical pMbtinKHHth makes Gca iienre Ilogms Ofcwk a rubltiunt rf U..rk coumy, which is about as i.ear ourrtct as lo bay thai Btobwp Astrtiiy with a retdeiil of Rock -tJ, bett.Hse l.e merely r.K&bd thiough UMlHtV. IW t.ie IVimMxr b even, body, wlw knew anything the imtiH, es eted it would A, U.e .be of the A: . o., ist ti.c lxtiwvide "Trbt," at Fn.uk .rt, went as tost tl imper. "Truth ciwiged tlMtt An.liUr Norman bewetlv lrekt an interest in the Mason Font (.... ot the penitentiary wiiile tate imAuditor, simI that a chick for $,0UU, Neman's imrt of the tru5t, hal been "Trmh" evident..IkhVt tell thglml-- , that liW, sod w;t now have to "'pay tue fre'slit." .Iihmm-Kik-. - BECKHAM AVIXS. tHHM IWkiwm was elected jo the Legi-l- a Xeiboii o unity to succeed tt tteceased. il-s- ad ftutiuag UT ami continue There- in o ihvs'h-c- I of an election foi U. ti. feigner. Tn session is halt gout br, W lie w.il vote Jor Black iheM Mege will vole ttie deadlock will lor Dm. done. I.Ub'lat lbbrft. M-.- JliAYilK. The General has been disbarred Belva from practice be'fore the Peiibiou Hurean, for accejiting au improper fee. The Helena, one of the high draft gunboats recently conrtruried, was launched at Newport Kcws Thun-day- . I)i. W. I. 15refogle, of New Albany, Ind., formerly picsident of the Million, when the R. N. 1. & B., was a part of that sybtem, i to be tried on twenty-on- e imJi' UneiiLs, charging emlnxr.'ement and graud lacenej. l $?, General Milert thinks ;t wld IWO.OcO to provide proper toitdi alt-and guiifffur the United States for eoabi defenses. Teimebbee'a'Popnliht Convention will lie held in .luly,at The railroads have decided not to further reduce the rate for the next G A- - U Eiiisiiniiiut'iit. In tiie year S1H t'-- e Magyarx bettled iu the feitiie countty beleen the Danube and the Theii-ti- and their debcendunts reniHiu tlierr to tnib iav, si inai me 1000th aimireisiry of Hungary will be celeliraioil U:e coining f uniiiior. The DijMiiiuatit' and Consular B'U, which parsed the hoiibe on I'ueda , callb foi 1,(07,000, au increase of $100,000. In It84, seventten hundrel and four patentb relating t electricity weie grant ed iu the Uniled Stateb. The largebt telcgniph line iu the world above ground and without a bleak, is in Alibi ralia, extending Horn ISockhaiiipton, iu Qiiteimkiud, to Broome, in Webteru of 0,000 miles. AuMralia, a A lVniibylvania man walked off a iiriilge40 fiet high, but held to a blrong umbrella he wb camii-- and it let him down eas enough not to kill him. Miss Fnmcch Hnls lias been appointed ifhVial wtigherof coal in Ciuciuuati. In a Chicago court, Herbert II Geheer was awarded $40.0(jO against the Mexican Central Raihoud v.oniiauy for false im Nat-livill, Appro-lirihtione Miss Ijoulti Holmes, of Nieholasville, is visitinu her sister here. John Stapp will have some ready for niitket iu a few days I-mori-toblia- -i-o j Million, of White Hall, was on the Hi'lge. last week a lew davts. . I. Two nmreboiiiB made happy. N. Doiiirliirf last Thursdav nerformed the rite of niarriflite between Mr. K0jert Stafford ami Miss Ada l$ell Burgevs.both When you of Valley View locality. want the rites tied Tq Douglas is the .i no that can tie it lighter than "Dick's Esq. G B. Ei-q- ilht B..11.I" Mrs Collins h.is been very sink, but is much improved. hemp brakerh were actively at work inK mj. SU'pp'b field labt week liidgiin: from these lines there are numbers of people who kt em to have no busiiKbb. Miss Ina Palmer is visiting friends am! relatives in Gairardand Lincoln. Mr H. B, Wwumu, ol Estill county was iu the village, last Friday, od busi , ness. Mrs. Alice Faria visiteil her daughter. Miss Ijtiie, who is attending school at Midway, last week., C. L. Hamlin made a trip to Rock-caMcounty last week. He is repre-benti- ng a Vintiniu iiur.-ry- . Mis'. Mnrgaiet Tndnr has been te.icherl)V l.'rof. G H. as Po.ige. The school uumheis 05 pupils. MefbTs. Ji e (rrimtai and A. I). Jones and Mihes Km a llisleaud Murv tirimes nwdea virft to fik'iida near Red House, """''"J" The ground beg didn't bop his shadow Sunday, wi we Mipp.-swinter is over. If it is, the ice crop will be short iu t.i'L) neighborhood MihS Julia Hush, who has been visitirg relatives, ne.ir heie, returned to her home in (.'lark count v last week. She was accompanied by Mis Minnie Dunn. le e ed t't t Cotloiilmrg. Vrikty uirt elected Giorge I). To.kl The convii-tsithe Idiniuipeniteiitiar Mayor of tie taij, tnsHiveuu Mayor Ty have been bet to making bieydeb. . fer, Mr. To.M is a member of Not liisci uraetl by the failure of the tue kue hwi firm ,. T0iUi & Diiiuiipu., negro ci)loni-iin.- n bchcmc iu Mexico, a amJeafiunUtlK' tab. H L ot nioie Teninte enuiirly i.s now f oulil, anil lntukiun, haa-- uf llie Penitentiary, litnext mouth iie liundud negio.b will is m able vimug umu, suni bo s l,i .sail from .Nivaiiuah for Liberia. Itr.Mt.fl Mnhh will admit it, vii Two farmer- - engaged iu a fiht in a wakcaa cxceikuit Mior. coin t room ai AYankegai', Hi., and one diot at the otner. Killing a byMniider. 0t) hii:i:i;i:y. Germanv h:ib 30,000 hreweiies, Great IWt'litiiHM; make better loiynrrt than Britain 1S.000 ami the Untieil t'tateb tltcd.fiit.rK. A tf Cliiiitrse f..r--. 5,odo. luivc lien riaght, Hto fureet A firm in India has, the past year, macs. 'lliediMMu-e- y whipped 1,800 .snakcb to other c"iiutrie.s I caiiM- - i t ,e hHieHMiH f Hf veral t te loi's.-.-b- t eini: 0 feefto the zoological firm wm. iui.J Utaitlit lanrely of tlwj.-- e garden in Berlin. - - -- T.T ' b,ori tts Mien llitltlt uni(W4 8 x- KliN'I UCKY'S TRKASUUY. jtMied (haa-ased- cobb1 of Louisville, priouuieiit. ijd, r fr at K2 !) iSt " Lexington buyer, was in Dan-vill- e Prof. Johnson is netting up a class in and asked O. P.Cecil if be bad a vocal music. He is a sncces-iu- l teacher cMiire&Uckof .ie. Tlie nice, toppy roadster for sale, that he let ihe young people all go. hohib ,8iiiuutc inclu-leover $2,000,000 in Cecil re lo Xhw Jay One night, last week school bonds, whii-- are iu no Mrs. Curtis Gentry, two daughters and bad au older for one. Mr. t auOtualM laiiv 'Vrf are -d souse an iudelitedness, hut repiesent a win, jul visiting Mrs. G.'s mother in marked that supposed there would be no difficulty in finding something of the jmird in NtblHiaiHl rrlatei her expeii perpetual endowment for educational Breckinridge county. kind about Lexington. "Well, there is Stj aun.HtiH-e- Vua bhe had taken purposes Deducting tiie uliool hones eta. Prof. R. C. Adams has returned. In just where ou are wrong." remarked off her diaMHMMN and jewelrv, hefore the debt piope'r of the State is than "They are not to be found lo tTtmn-li- , hnil Said them on lie $2,0fK,0lKI. Of this amount $5 000,000 is the th.ee items week hefore last, reference Harbison. dieter, aod ihere thev b .ouhl biav, ab oonocd indebtedness proper of the was made to the horses ridden away, as there at all " Mr. Harbison lefeutd, of tlHwht it hhso,IIv iH ,ur ihem. A State, for bonds issue. during Gov belonging lo Mrs. Adams, but we learn course, to number one stuff. 'Ihere is they w.-r- the propeitv of Mr. Adams. nothing wrong with the horse market. tiHef ItttMHt an.l hearing her exprieni e. Knott's administati-di- , Mid $I14,l00 Moreover, the account of the affair was Mifijwit .rt ehnn-1- ) in military bonds just after the war, somewhat abridged in the Climax office, Too many scrubs is the trouble. If breeders would kill off a lot of common Hheiehe b'oke in and and when I retired Irom office, January and a statement left out, that Mr A.'s stuff and begin over again, they would .loHan, v..nh of t.i Ay (i, these was this amount iu the Tieai-nrfather-in-lastill had the utmost confi- soon have dollars where thev haven't got ..lj-- . a note frav-- it set sside for the redemption of the latter dence iu Mr A 's business hum sty, (and cents now. Donville Advocate. he was gkd to be able to remove such bonds. no one had ever questioned that.) It l ..it...ii.,lu- i.tti M. Kw- -, ;, Human. .JU. "The .statement of a deficit of $415,000 seems that the affair was, perl nips, uever TIIE LUDLOW CHRISTIAN CHURCH b oIt1 walihe.! i a well ab prayed. iu the school fund is misleading, because fully understood by the public, as Mr. the school year and fiscal i ear do not end A.'s wife does not think htm altogether The new Christian church, of Ludlow, MIlIHXii i:.I, ISKIIOXK. until June 30 next by which time, under to blame, wa anxious for bis icturn,aud has .been dedicated. It is of brick with the former Auditor's estimate, enough their domestic relations will continue stone trimming, and is 75 by 80 feet. The A l iHficbb ami a Demo- money will have been collected as the uiidistuib.-d. Mr. A. will remove and interior arrangements aie excel leu L The cratic I'leddHHl will ha allow much chool fund's pro lata of this fiscal j ear's engage iu business elsewhere, pulpit is in a corner, and the vestry. vim: to lie eMicted this bes tixes, to wipe out the deficit. and leading rooms are just back of it. vvar. Philadelphia ledger. MiH of 'fH1rfh "When I retired fiom office there was They are separated from the pulnit by Union COMMISSIONERS FOR D. ,t D. T. A lfMfMii-HHibf, Dfiutx-i-HiiSen in tl e Tnasury S'153,734 3S. of which sliding doors. The seats are ai ranged in a r ItefttiMK-Mi- t G.-nioate ai..l will no It is quite probable that Union is right semi-circl- e $11,8S!4 was set abide for the Sinking - around the pulpit. The Gov. Bradley on yesterdav announced HTHMtaf coHbwjHum-iu Fund; for the school lund, $39,tS0.(H: in her claim to have the oldest citizen in SundbV bdiool room is separated from KeMHky ilti bej.j .n. Madison county in the person of "Uncle'' thechuich proper by folding doors, and new commissioners for ihe Kentucky ue'iein expcudituie" fund $100 7g. At , . ,: . School for the Deaf, as follows: Geo. t !. .. It.. I.IHJ. r giao to t nave a lltat time I estimated in a published Uhomas Johnson who lives on Clear these are opened it forms one vast audi V, WeWi, Chas P Cecil, S. A Cheek, 1V ran aide statement the outstanding warrants atJ.Cr.ek about midway between Union and torium, with a setting capacity of 450. of Danville, and William Herndon, 'of it. If r were Min.u'JiKM there biiiethliig over $350,000, which prsu il- Doylesville. According to the best m There are three entrances. The build- Lmcaster, to take the place of Dr. M. D. w.mIiI HieM W. no cxchm fifr jailing to formation obtainable, he is about 101 or ing and lot cost $11,000. I eal agrees with the prent Auditor's Logan, Ueorgo Lee, John Powell (Mer e.a-- t mw. 'Pe if they ilnl not si.tiVfy As to any further deficit iu 102 v ears of age. He does not know bis Rev. Ducau, the pastor, who raised tlje iitUfro.) vote deiaiHi, thewiid vot the fonn of 'niiHU5ited c'nims, I had no nire precisely, and may possibly be not Yhosi of the money required for buildii g cer) ami Dr. W. C. Young, whose terms hud expired. Of the four appointees, e wont. kimrt why at ll.e next elec-tHa statement, and more than 100- - He came to this county the church, was lioni data on which to Gallatin county, If thov dd t'.e stttve.1 afjioine, tbertf 'ire have notliii'g to say on that sub- fiom Virginia in the early part of this Ky. He was educatedin for the law, and Mr. Cecil is the only Democrat There lHietats would turn ut nexl time. ject, century and worked at building boats has been a member of the Kentucky are twelve members on the board and they serve six year terms, four of them Yeiilv tiViv is ho rest irked. "Yes, 1 tbliJk the Stnle of Kentucky is takim: them to New Orleans, and at faun Legislature He has had charge of being appointed by the Governor every wheH ihittg me o wed "thai very far fit-- 'being a liankrnpt iiihiitu-io- ing. He was man led at the age of about churches of Augusta and Germautowii, mi .... . L....'. I. two years. Danville dvocute. ' I M'HW W IH lb , ItMUie. end ii-- financially in :i re.:sonably 30 lo Miss Rebecca Shearer, settling on Ky., and was formerly Statu Evangelist , considering the reduced the farm where lie i ow lives. His wife of Kentucky, and has edited various STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. IIIK i.ixk. rate of taxation ami the extraordinary died in 1888. His daughters. Margaret church papers in Louisville and CincinThe State Board of Equalization is iiruiilboiiUbe Treasury for tbe past few and Eliz.i, now live with him and take nati. THe Potomac, Ooi.. and Missouri rivers likely to become a fly iu ihe Republican mainly by the levision of care of him. His health is very good eai, to lie the divMintr line liet ween the ointment. Before the elect inu mid for IhebosuiiVaiul statutory laws since 1801." and be may possibly be with us for sev- HIGH PRICE CARRIAGE HOUSES. j Sound Money and Free Silver repre-nt- a years past the Board has b. en denounced eral years yet. Mr. Russel Kailey of Woodford sold in unmeasured terms by the Republican V the di. tires, iu the ' WHEAT. Mr. Frank Todd 1ms moved to this Iwt week to Ex Gov. It. M. S Senate of party, and tbe Democrats have been hold Fmn around t I li village, and Mr Andrew Broaddns has Minnesota, the pair of trotting. mares, nids, Uu Senators are for responsible for its existence. Now, that iniipy. 'February 18, IfcOS; May wheat in Chi- - moved away, but we understand that the Texas orrespondents report the weath UMON PKECINCT NO. 3. Donna Rtx, 6 years'old by Shawmut, tire. Republicans have come into power, exfpi l'v1vnUisftleiiill. and er sjilend.l for farming o eiati.iiis ami ! Denny Kai)c Hrs May 29 following Max Matters saw and grist mills are to remain dam by Dictator, and Bonnie May, Lnnrobdldat'oli ' 5 they feel called upon to take some steps Iruo SMver. ' o.iitJ.i of they loot: for a 30 percent increase in Demaio.TB 86. 5 sold at 381, or higher than any lime m with us. ' years old by Bonnie McGregor. They in the maUer.l.nt tear that it is not just the acteage. South Carolina exfopt trt Kentnck.-- , West Tj.., cotton merMay for previous tnree years. It sold Jone D',ui T 42 " ' GsnfM,.I.MMKLua, apd """ttsa", in which Mr. Ben Todd, whose house burned are. borb rich blood bays, with white correct caper. A bill to abolish the chants pi edict a 25 per cent 00$, or higher than since Mleatlie two'wnator- - aie iriHe.l, Free ihe 27lh iiist atMay, 1890, dehveiy. Tbe last week, has moved to the Dean house bind feet and graceful sweeping Uils board has been introduced and repotted Georgia jmd .Louisiana people increase, Jones MUue'ie- - 40 say it is October, f..r Lewis G'.uue (N R) 53" " perfectly matched. They can trot to the favorably, to that when it comes up for quite potjsible Silver senHt.tis are ffand. Prom Minue on Otter creek, owned by (5 T. Wells. the acreage will increase liighest price was August 2ud, 1895, when Ht eft, all are Free Silver, except from Mr. Andrew Broa Idus' Iat pole in better than 2:40. The price paid a final vote all will be called on to maku 15 to 20 p jr rent. It is reported the use. RcdDt M F(XR)ioo Party it sold at "of; the low est was Dectmbei Saturday at Nebraska. a record, a thing thev are not wanting to of home nado fertilizers, will be larger i.hcIton (anus (N R) 30 " night. The young folks report was $2,500 v 21st, 1895, 50J. Priuury recupls have to do just now. LawrenceburgNews. Ex Gov. Merrimnn will drive-theIn the Senate, eventeen utiles are for ' . 57. than everj That the sale of phosphate Tate Cab 148,000,000 bubheib. againsi a good time. his buggy in St. Paul. He is a great Wells Thomas (X R) 61 " the L"M MaitttaH, twenty ono for the o.eu about E. W. Reeves will open a select school and inaut facttned fertilizers wan never Jtissuimise. HEMP IN BOYLE. lover of Kentucky l.on-e- s and has it is silrer s'aiMlar, aitdlx .'jvldrtl In all alwuit 121,000,000 bushels. W,.touVah R 12 larger. Ihe merchaiils mueli more iu New Yoik that all the coutra.t winter in District No. 63, Monday, February 3 slid paid as high as $l4,0C0fof a span there re ait v'tlil fiianjitnl senators and Wink.eiiS.be 86 " Experts pay that the crop- of hemp inclined t credit phmteis than in 1895, t amounting to less than 2,000,U0d tbe finest of buggy horses. Mr. CongrcVe Green Gazette. IS silver Ma hIhiiI. ' Dttfaivant has one wheat, now being prepared Ei.'LIalON PKI.CINCT Kn, markeHs unu-- u and. noth us but providence will nre- rv one firm, ami covvjii tlds sectiou recently. is held bushels, 4 vacancy The JW consist id i4 I'epuhli ally fine in quality and that the yield veut a la go acreage and, yield exceed that Jit. is possible February and PROVISIONS. Baptist church Satnr Meetiug at ll.e Adams la!ieba ej'acres chilis and 1.1 Democrat. Tiie 48 oiisit and acreage in Boyle are both larger ing any cr p yet grown. command u iatge j Fand day and Sunday last. of IS Republicans, $ IK'iiiocrats-- , and 7 March wheat inu Exports of Jate range from 50 to I00,ilian 'at year: The markel however, iV over that lor May deliveiy. J.il Adam Strother Pojuilh-ts- . Bowman, who has been Fre Silver ib therefoie iu Mrs. Mattin EEF IN BOURBON. l0 " "" au'b w th me pest per cent larger Ihan last year, dt is re wheat in much the lowest future, belling A .itnis Alll.c, W 25 V invalid for two or three years, is w'oue excebs by 8 among the Democrats, and vocale We au of jiork fgrflast eloYen" offered.-Danyiil- eAd below. May. ported expons Sound Monev iu excels by ii among tiie at times oue bailment rossiblv on account of the weather. M;ill llr " W.F.E orton, of --this county, lwught weeks have been 10,000 barrels more ANJJlE-FOthink it 'is generally conuj.ed that AN EYE. , ., . ,. . HcptliliJCtllaH. Adktiis.R m. (N RVsV."-"-" . 25 800-ltbau last season and Of," lard 31,000,000 J iu winter "wheat Mat. s have not The remarkalile part of the division is V.',": ' Baker Jul'1 D (N R,6o " day at It. Sterling Jonas pounds more, and of mcalp, 43.000,tO0 but iehlf There is a.good deal ol Jmman nature t that the seuaTors from the new western hceiianJow in many years, and tiiatoffei-ing6 '.Chuich IS(r E-At -i, n.tt a Rev. Win. Potter is visiting in Louis pounds' more Country i)!iiugif hae ;h Uepresintative Vmleu's opposilion to agent for .OIOUIU'I.HIB, LTUUgllL IOU IJI- - l. few crops were ever giow'n wheie states, wiiichv.ales were admi.ted lolielp J ChristopilerCC-Hrsl, . .. r frc.ni farms were as small the first ville this week. appears to have gajned cyntrol f the senator BIackbirn. leaving the money port cattbi "frcfnU. . C lav at $2.75 ru Dozier Q rtis B- - m "' the lieuubhcans, me for Frte Silver. cwt. The Wl.l lie himieil Sutltrvlue 1.1-rc-ras since July 1, 1S95. tor. aiay revert mouths F Jd.MountJ!nd family are" prepar- niarKet aim yaiues. question out of the xace. The Seuatois, M T S fOW-Monday-.- t B.ton.Par- -. Nftw- - ... liverv has advanced the past 31 dari ;, will At Drei-i- l a dog's stotnsch was ea jrortiivrtsst'supjiliea couthitie large. Pa ing to move to Texne soon. om.1 (ntJriha, bmntn T UPTTBHaF-l&r opeq aod a rubber ball that had .been cific cofflt supplies are malJer than in - "j CMttW Khzt w. - J? Mf jgrivek sJtfr.ialeUj The J. P, Eitbry larm ws raated Hat- - from "..65 to $10.95. Kilw aad lardil-- ' cr-- cbflsttpaJ.f 9m et"b-u-5-a. waStowJ wo weeks before, takea tbwe, 1895, wiii a Urge export demand iroai unlay to K. L. AraoW fur i&5. f Gtisitmi ".o J.XMtealU. Ctapp&Coatanr, N. X I ..n - " .. !fe'r ' Ha i rr renu.i,-Miaia- them suin.nij Maj. Ii S. Hale, ex State Tieastirer, ttieJis ii remit ot tne recent war who is located iu his old home, at May luirlu i.ave len diffeieut fie. d, and who has rsiimol his o'd as prebiiient . f the Fit National I.tXiaOniX HAS AXOTHBi: SEXSATIOX. itai.k of Malitilil, )nin thiscitx v ester-ay- , leaving in lor Frank-toiKo jJim- w mrth has so mny an1 bn When asked reganlii.g the stater,4Mfk- s Ixington. TJnf wft-eewtcli .nher with ments nceutly made bv toe Auditor and uurtiiiic uickiuH Ussally they are fi Treasurer a.s lo the fiiiancial romtitinu of iuurwl matters. The ktebt'is a discov the State, he gave the following bnef rerr b tl.e Uoanl of Tx fc'upervitoib view ot the situation: 'Auditor None in It's statement men the Assessor's ttie wrong . iwk of a millHxi .lollurs, confeji-tbt ilue' ImiiiR So fur as I tio' ed tiie know t ere are no past due bonds,ex ept ciii fly of double heiiientK. One uia's pfopetty is twire st--in ,ne some old bunds that have never been j.lars f ami in tlie lher for S12, presented and are presumably h.st. All when I was Treasurer SW. More Uwh S75.000 in real ebtate bonds I presume that Auditor h: not been at all. The Hoard were j.dd. li --res the number of errors will leach Stow's estimate of the total indebtedness is approximately correct. This he placeb at $4,21"",725 87. One would be led "JilT WAICH AS WKliL AS I'KAi tisnpiMtse fiom reading the reports that lecontly ciienlaied that tl.e Mate was Tliaf is wlt Hie late eccentric "Judge" tit tt rl dehtihldeu. when. ini-irig that IvjtfWfwjH toil the bnliebat the dinner on-- t tneligures given are coirecl, this is not a gnHd Meeting when they l luavy inilehteilness for aMa'ewith the with him f,.r carrying an minimise resouices of Kentucky. This tbe.-ifiernc- n Mitid elM4 aiKi lib.itHitinK tiir vlnalle time in formi; l. t;t bo-.k-s t- -. i aM-ts-- d i Sunday School at Gilead eunrcirevery Sunday at 10 o'clnrk. Prajer meeting every Thurbday night at half pabt six o'olock. Miss Sara Dudley returned home V y The fanners of Cottonburg ha. e been fiom a vibit loljexiugton and George-toimproving this nice weather by plowing ii. and fencing. MibS Kate llavis left Monday for anex-te- i The members of Giiead chinch wil di-vibit to Lincoln and Garrard meet the third Saturday in February to call a nastor. All niemhcis bhould come Ib'ii ('. L Searcy and daughter Miss i v.,.:t ,i,;r .;,,.. , v, ....v. .. ,i,.. n,i ...... jvmii who weie me guesis oi oi. uen- - don., el ,iieir choice Mibmit to Ihe ma in tt II. Young iu Louisville, have re- - j0rity and let us do more for the cause of turned noine. Christ in the year "Sfi than we ever have Mihs Nancy Hume has returned home done in the past. Mav the Spirit of God altera visit to the Mibses Paddiscn, of chatacterise the entiie inembereliip. Titusville, Fla., who visited Miss Hume Then let us give liberally and have two years ago. ofonce. preaching twice a mouth Jo.lll iMUjAbll. The rite of marriage between Miss Etta Chambers and Mr. William Shakespeare Griffith will be bolemnized in t e BA PTIST Til EOLOG ICALSE.M IN A RY Methodist church at College Hill Tours" Friends of the Baptist Theological .lay afternoon at 5 o'clock, by the Rev We wish them a happy Seminary celebrated the matriculation of Mr. Wyatt 300 stndeuls. The event is one out of the ami probperous journey through life ordinary, and on several acconnisis cause Thtongh much tribfor comrratulatinu. House. ulation this institution a us t.uinlfd. Sunday being groundhog day, he failed Then it began to grow, striking its roots lo see his shadow. deep into the earth. Then Dr. Bojce J. B. Dozier is very fond of turkey din- died, and a year ago Dr. Broadns died. ners. Thebe were great men, and to those who had watched tl.e early struggles of the d Our Maor has been wearing last itbtie of the seminary it seemed as if it must halt for boots since a time at least to gather strength Dr. Climax. Presidency; Mrs Rufus Shearer visited friends in Whitsett was called to the called to guide the institution and to Red House one day last week. maintain its reputation and usefulness. Mr A. T McKenney was in Red Few supposed that this year the attenHouse limiting for a lost hog; from all dance would surpass all previous rec accounts lie had better look closer home. ords, but so it is. and the w bole Baptist Dozier & liiugeibtaff shipped acar load ; denomination, nearly all who rare for hog-la- st w.ek that realize! them those things which make for righteous-pe- r I m-shundred at home. congraulate I)r Whitsett and his Ttie cieek at this point was past for..- - valued associates, and wish them Coding Miiniay, the liist time in the past speed, prophesying in the near future 600 students in these halls, Ixiuisville eighteen months Mr. lloiace Parker and Mihs Annie Post. Owens bpciit Sunday with Miss Sallie EUGENE FIELD'S LAST STORY. Paikeriu Richmoud In 1SS4 Eugene Field wrote a story Mib O. O Taylor is very ill. Dr. Gib- which he called "The Werewolf." When son, of Richmond, ir waiting on her. it was finished he laid it aside and a year MibS Abide Shearer ib making up a atteiward entirely rewrote it. In 1SS6" at her home. She is he again took it up and revised it, and well quadfud to tea. Ii. Let everyone during the nine years between that time that can lake advantage of this and end and his death in November last, he retheir chiloieii to School, wrote it eight times. His labt revision pleased him and he decided to print it. ttt But death came too sudden , and the story was found unpublished among his Tie loading has been in prngiess for effects. Mrs. Field, concluding to have quite a whiie. and htill they go. the story appear, gave it to the editor of Cattle buyeib have been on the bustle the Indies' Home Journal, iu which mug about heie lor be vera I days. azme all ol Mr. Field's work, outside of The post office at Combs has been re- his newspaper articles, was presented to established, with Mr. Rogers as the public. Thebtory will be printed in the next issue ofllie Journal, strikingly Branch, re- illustrated by Mr. Howard Pyle. Gentry, Ixn-a- l Curtis ceived a fine, Red Chester hog from SCARCITY OF HORSES. Peiinsvlvania lasfwe.k bv expiess. The expiess chaiges were about $8. An idea of the scarcity of really good Silas Simpson Brasstield, colored, has horses may be gathered from a recent as'cond pair of twin bovsat Ins house. incident hete. Shel. Harbison, the weil-kno- t Wco tt on-da- w ,i .... il lied tTt high-heele- $5 The growing spirit of patriotism, as shown by the wonderful increase of the study of the liiMory of our country and the formation of societies of the defend ants of those men who gave time, for tunc, and life to the establishinei t aim preservation of the iiatioiifisa bond for the preservation of the Union and a per petuation of our institutions'. To foster the spirit of pure American' ism is the object of the Society o! the Sonsol t'0v American Revolution, and to thw end they encourage the of our national holidays and all other means for the development of higher citizenship, and offer prizes for the,stuily of the history of our country. The Kentucky society of the Sons of the American Revolution, believing that the objects of the organization can be better seived by making its Year Book if practical historic value, will incorporate in its coming Year Book historic dala which lias been compiled from official sources aind which will be of great inter, all students of American est and value-thistory, especially those wlio may be de scendauts ol the Virginians who served during ihe Revolution and to the mem. bersof the kindred societies, particularly in the States which were fouue.l from the Nortliw est Territory, to wit: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, "Wisconsin, Midiigiui, Minnesota. To all Virginians and their descendants and all Keutuckiaus. s A list of the Ofll.ers, sioned Ollicers, and Privates to whom was granted land warrants by the State of Virginia for services in the Revolutiom the lauds being chiefly iu the State of Kentucky and Ohio. s A list of tbe Officers, sioned OlnYere, and Sailors of the Vir ginia Navy during the Revolution. A list of the Ollicers. Officers, and Privates who served under General Geoige Rogeis Clark iu Illinois, which held the Northwest Territory for the United States. A roll of the citizens of Kentucky who drew pensions for services in the Revolution. This list contains names of soldierb from nearly all the thirteen States who weie resident in Kentucky and received pensions under various Acts up to 1832. The aggregate number of names in this part of ihe book being over 0,000. Besides the foregoiiu- - the book will contain the Proceedings of the Society accounts of its Dinner, and the? Celebration of Fourth of July. A list of the members of the Society and of their ancestors, with service. Price of the Work in Paper, $2.00; in Cloth, the Society's Colors, white ami blue, $2.50. The edition will be limited, and orders should bejplaced at once. Orders maybe sent direct to the Secretary, George Twyman Wood, Emi., 23S Fifth Street, lyouisville, Kj-- . John P. Morton &. Co., Publishers, 440 to 440 West Main stieet, -Non-couimiNon-commi- IIY GLOVER Jiiiio Cuarlie 10 K.ugMary Ann 50 J. what gives Hood's Sarsaparllla its great VILLE IOBACCO WAREHOUSE. popularity, its constantly increasing King F M 67 sales, and enables it to accomplish its Sales on our market this week just Ktene Annie 50 wonderful and unequalled cures. The closed amounted to 4,294 hhds. with re - King Nancy 39 combination, proportion and process for the same period 2.890 libdrf, Portwood Jno P 25 " " . used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparllla ceiots since January 1st. KhodusJno W Sr 2 " " are unknown to other medicines, and Sales on our market to 12,970 hhds. Sale of the Rhodus Thomas l " " . amounted make Hood's Sarsaparllla crop of 1895 on our market to this date btone Mrs Jaley i " " Stivers Louisa Hrs 90" " amount to 15,401 hhds. offerings of new hurley this week Wilburn Lee 26 The It' cures a wide range of diseases becausa an increased proportion of " " of its power as a blood purifier. It acts have shown leaf and prices for such have Walker Alex 96 good to line directly and positively upcr ihe blood, been rather YATEs ratCl.NCT NO 5. any other than at and the blood reaches every nook and time since the opeuing of the year. Ihe corner of the human system. Thus all good to fine grades of leaf are selling from BitJiop George (N R) " " tho nerves, muscles, bones BDd tissues $10 to 20.50 per hundred; the highest 17S acres land come under the beneficent influence of pr.-ebeing applicable to smooth, bright lilcvins Altred 30 " " " " red leaf of medium length, as well as to Baker Bas 8 the long, bright styles. Several buvers Burnett Bruce 20 " " market this 01 new hurley are on the vtrekforthe first time this season, the Carpenter Anderson " " re) resentatives of manufacturing and C33 and the exirt interest,better thangeneral tone of Cornehson Robt 7 " " heretofore. the market, is Coyio Hardiu 75 " " The following quotations fairly repre- Crusher Mildred Tbs One True Wood Purifier. 51 per bottle. 50" " sent our market fur hurley tobacco 1S95 Graves Steve M 50 " " cure I.lver Ills; easy to tlOOa S FlIlS lake.easytooperate.25c. (d-ror damaged)$ 1 00 to 1 J50 Garrett Jno I Hrs 250 " 2 00 to 4 00 Green Julia C 90 " " Common colory trash , Medium to good col. trash 4 00 to 6 00 Gabbard John 120 " " WHEN THE COWS COME HOME. Ciiuuon lugs not colory 2 00 to 4 00 Hunter Allen J 20 " ' 4 50 to 7 00 Jackson David Common rolorv lugs Th'i light on the mountain falls aslant, Medium to goo. I col. lugs 7 00 to 10 00 Jackson James L 65" " The birds iu the bush are htill ; 00 to 8 00 Kindred ohn Ho " " Tlnj cricket chirps in the pasture plant, Common lo medium leaf 5 8 00 to 15 00 Kindled Nancy B good leaf Medium to 124 " " over the hill. IVlieu the cows come 15 00 to 18 00 Good to fine leaf " " Lakes N 100 Tlnj swallows circle about the eaves, 18 00 to 22 00 Select wraDPerv leaf LevvH Mrs Mary i " ' A pale btar mounts the sky ; The above quotations are not applica Lear " ' James 5 The Squirrels rustle the golden sheaves ble to green and fiosted crops Lamb Lincoln 30 " " When the cows are passing by. Caracas has enlisted 16,000 soldiers and Moody J R (N R; 1 Over the valley the shadows creep, ' " ot'ier Venezuelan towns have raited large town lot ihirk'niug the green of the pine; Rose Mrs Rebecca . foix-es- . Down in the garden the honeybees " " 54 acres land bleep, The Standard Match Co. has been in. Rogers James 25 " " Missing the breath of the kine. at Trenton with $5,000,000 Scars Lucinda 1 town capital. " " The tinkle of bells is sweet to my ear, lot Hut sweeter the words of a song 'lodd Ma.'gie Hr 230 " " W itt George (N R) 20 " That the singer is slowly bringing near " " As she follows the cows along. Woriel John A I Woolei Zireitda Hrs 37 " She sings of a lover whose faith is fast FOR TAXES FOR 1895, Williams Wm (N R ) 40 Wherever his footbteps roam And her cheeks grow red when we meet UlAUE DrSTRICTNO. 6. Of Land and Town Merit t nrrroTTTT tn mm-- nrn HID. DUFKKTT, LOUIS- iGrnstiad Smith " " " lopperjohnjtacres land 400 I Clav Lizzie I " Ed Comeli-o- n .... " I o 4 oo 60 4 1 1 Crutcher George Hopper Rebecca Peculiar to Itself 00 Cochran Sarah 10 Campbell Mat Jr " 1 10 Cobb Malinda " 7 20 Cobb Squire 2 60 Chenault Tobe 3 o Duncan H and wife 1 60 " Deatherage S m Donahue A & E De " larnatt 40 " 2 ro Donahue Cansas -- " ' " " " " ' " 5 " Douthett Tern " 2 60 9 20 17 1 4" 60 60 3 s ooefs Sarsapariila 5 to 20 5 5 1 '- - 4 ro ro T-a- sii Di" 3 J" 5 o S 20 1 10 5o tx b 20 8 to 1 60 5o bo 60 5 OO 2 10 3 4 00 "7 9 " ' Embrv Xicy Embry Xannie " ' " Embry Rebecca Embry Witey Embry Ben hrs " " Embry Humphry hrs Estill Hausn Estill Robt miaer " ' Francis Xed " Francis Letcher "" " Gibbs Mary Gently Charlie hrs Hill Xathan ' Harris Woodsorj Irvine Mariah Hrs 2 Irvine Henry " " " " Irvine Sallie 2 Jackson Dave " Jackson Btttie Wm Johnson " " Jarman Roht Lipscomb Steve hrs " " Miller II D Miller II D. gd Lucy Miller 6 Acres Land Miller Letcher 4 Tewa Lou Miller Letcher gd " Lena Phelps Hrs " Mitchell Maiy " Mathews Xannie, Martin Irvine " Moss Millie " Mackeyjoe 3" 1 W SHERIFF'S SALE Lots. 5 10 M. rris Spicy J Xoland George " Phelps Zena miner Phelps Jennie 3 Rice Geo agt SaHte " " 310 at Inst, the cows arc nearing home. Sarah M. II. Gardner, iu The New As Boltemian. DOGS DRESSED IN WHITE SILK. In Paris the most fashionable of the "dog tailors" has a store in the where he keeps an immense stock of apparel for dogs only. There areon his shelves overcoats for summer Palais-Royid, Ixuisville, Kentucky. ECHOES OF THE REBELLION. Michigan fanner named Lawrence, who recently bought the noted old Colonial estate known as the "Main" farm, near Williamsburg, Va., will probably loose a grown son by a peculiar accident not uncommon in Virginia shortly after Hie war. This morning the yo ing man was preparing to kill hogs, and, seeking for something on which to rest a large iron boiler, found au old hundred pound 6hell that had lain yard lor many years, and rolled it in the fire. He was cautioned by a colored boy. who, when the youui: men perMied in putting it in the tiie. pulled it out with a rake. He chided the boy and 'he boy took to his heels. In a few minutes a tremendous explosion occurred, and young liwrence was frightfuliy mutitlated, the outhouses and fences near by were knocked into fragments, and a scene of ..complete wreck was presented. His arms have been amputated and there is a chance of his recovery. The shell was one of the projectiles fired from the Federal gunboats in the James river in 1S05. Baltimore American. Eight hundred tons of old cannon and 500 tons of shot and shell, which the s Confederate procured in for their defense of Southern ports from the attacks of the Union Navy, arrived at Philadelphia the other day from Pensa cola. This entire consignment will be broken up for old iron. These cannon and ammunition were, in their time, up to do date in the requirements of "the Government, but now the changes are such that they are entirely valueless except as old metal Some of the cannon weigh a ton or more each, and because of their antique type are curiosities. They had laid so long abandoned, however, that the Goverment ordered the entiie lot to be condemned and sold. The Confederate Government spent thousands of dollars for these munitions of A the-CO- Fauolii. post-in..s'.- aty ihK-triii- e &l s reli-.;oo"- i- d i"o-4t- ig hs e ot htolime is-u- ed ilHnd y II.-V- lve c ttt City. - e I ik iu-m- iaiH-SeiiKle. U-- v d lii-k- v. ..... ii n, yw go6d-oiioiti''n- Me-riai- ami whiter, rain coats and dusters, traveling coats, fur coats, suits for "at home," and full dress; coats of recent make are supplied with pockets to admit of and railroad tickets, for such must be purchased in France if the dog is to be taken along in the car. The great novelty of this season is underwear and linen for dogs. Shirts are made of batiste for healthy dogs, and of surah silk or wool for .logs suffering from nervous diseases or subject to colds; these shirts are embroidered with the monogram of the .log and that of the owner. The handkerchief which is not so much used for the nose as to wipe the eyes of the I canine, bears the name of the dog em broidered in one corner. After many uiisiucessful alteuiptsit has at last been possible to make shoes for dogs, which aie made of boft rubber, and fit the feet of the dog as a glove would a lady's hand. It appears that the stores where the fashionable necessaries for dogs are sold do an excellent business. These ar ticleb are naturally purchased by wealthy peopli only, and they don't, care how much they spend upon their pets. One of these "Taileurs pour chiens" stilted that, ibr the wedding of the daughter of a foreign diplomat, special bintb were made Jor the dogs, to imitate the livery of the respective Ambassadors' servants ; a wealthy banker, whoso daughter mar ried recently, had dressed up the two pet dogs of the family iu white silk, and during the civil ceiemony these dogs were drawn up in Hue with the brides res) maids. Philadelphia Record. " " James Mrs Hannah Juett Mrs Ada B 2 WHEAT. Kellei John hrs King Janus II " " The United Kingdom bought from the Le cher W R " United States between September 1 audi " January II, 27,176,951 birrels flour, Maupin Mrs Fannie K equaling 72,707,S04 bushels wheat, or McM.dian Pal (non res) " altogether about of their imports. The Mcri Mrs Annie C 6 ' Continent bought 4,549,503 bushels of acres land Mulfingen A Fwheat, or about 375,827 barrels flour. " Central and South America and West O'N'r.il Dave s ' Indies bought 1,007,093 barrels flour and Peikii-- Mrs Lou Pjwell E W and W J no wheat. Collins " MORE GOLD IN COLORADO THAN Rice oe (N R) Rcaridan & McQuceny " " CALIFORNIA. Bymell ohn " " 2 It is veryinteresting to learn from the Ryan Mis Fannie " carefully compiled statistics of Colorado Standard Oil Co '' " that it has finally taken the lead of Cal- ShitTiett Id. 20 acres land" " ifornia as a State. The Stiiftlett Jhn L 140 acre, gold product of 1895 is stated at $17,340. ' land 495, agaiusta product of $15,000 in Cal- Tudor C W 3 town lots " " ifornia In addition, Colorado last year Thomas P A " " turned out $2,955,049 worth of siiver, Todd James C4 acres land $2,955,114 of lead, 877492 of copper, Travnoi LJ 1 town lot " " $5,800,0)0 worth ol .oal and $1,150,000 Tuaor Win V ' ' worth of iron. A State with so healthy Tjdd HI ' . . a prodia-tio- u of mineral. wealth should in Tayor Doctor TeJ j time tuin out a healthy article o'f state-shi- p T11 we Thomas B 30 an(I finance. N. Y. World. acre-- . land Worth 1111 J W There is no reason to believe that in FOXTOWN PRECINCT NO. point eff Lfrsoiul integrity the chief ' public then of Venezuela will not ttand Batterton Mrs Sucn 130 " ' ciiipinon with those of most States of acres lnnd J'.urhpeand even if there were those Clark Wm 3 among Ulicni who were disposed to conDozier Kobt 10 nive at an infamous scheme for barter- Dozier Wm M 3 ing Mud? cwuutry's land and honor for Gess John S 40 foreign gold, in the present intense exal- King Sam (N R) 25 " " of! national sentiment in Venezula, tation King Wm II ' 1 no btich xlossal tretuhery could be ac King Annie E (N Ri 60" " compiLsljeo. Lw if the authorities Moore Mary E ' 70 were corrupted, their promises to de- Miller 13 liver the! goods wtuld Le instantly re- Portwood Zack Hrs 28 " pudiated by the indignant people. Puckett Jame " 25 Boston J burnal, Rep. Robcrtun Spicy D. 50 " "i Wooluiiis Joel 10 'J WeddleCvrus " 2 hand-keichiefs s s " g Burnell Jasper I " " Burned Vv m J 88 3 ' " tI.J.P.Simmons.SheriffofMadisonCo.. Cnaslcen John 25 will offer at Public Sae, in front of the Callowav John K 2 " " 1 Coirt House door, in Richmond, Ky , Cioley Mr, Pol.y " " on Monday, March 2nd, 1S90, it being (N.R) SS 2 Coantv Court Day, between the hums of Cooper Tipton (N R) 57 " 3 10 A. M.aml G P. M., the following propFowler Mary M 1 acre land erty to pay the tax s assebsed against the Golden Mrs John II " " 1 same in the year 1895. Golden Hard 1 town lot" 4 Hatt Wm J 9 acres land 5 " " Havs Phil 2 50 WHITE. Haley Mrs Matilda town .ot I Hulelt Wm M (N R) RICHMOND PRECINCT, NO. I. ' ' I 33 acresland Brown Ed and Geo $ rlueti r u P ijS " '' 4 r town let Friend 1 .S" Johnson Beverly S 8 " " 1 ' " Bohon N B hrs 6 00 Johnson Squire F ' 2 27 " rial ard Mary Ah-- s " .1 00 Kinnird Dav.d A 5 " " ' " Byber Mrs Malvina So KmgcaidSam Hrs 100 " " 4 Ruvh Joe Admr Sain Hen" " LewU W D 6 I derson 2 50 Lamb Jerrv Hrs " 4 ' BraMyvide Real Estate Low man Henry 5 " ll.OOO OO Exchange Co Million ohn W (N R;4;" 1 Cunningham Mrs " " 2 OO Mcrrett Elizabeth I town lot 3 Clo'vers A C (nor. res) ' " Owens Margaret 22 acres land 5 Cn-vsW " " 4 8 l'igg Hiram J lo 3 ' Clay Lawny (non res) " " 2o 00 Piggjohn 160 3 Can pbell C F " " agt Mrs E Jackson 20 acres " " 1 5 Cornelison John (non Pointer Sarah 2 acre-- , laud -res) 2(1 acres land " " 15 ;o Powell Mote 5 Duiuan W and C T Powell Allen (X R) 27 ' 1 We-l" " " 2 OO Powell Win M e I)ou.la Allen " " " " S 00 Ryan Mrs MoIIie I Eiwari-- John II " " " 10 3 00 Ready (abriel Edv a . s Green L " 2 " " 10 OO Rovve James 100 3 Faulkner Mrs Nannie " S o Rice Fountain (X R) 1 town lot 2 Farley W L Tankj-l" 2 Geo W 25 acres land 25 OO 4 ' Fecrty Mrs L M " " q OO TurpinOwen I44 4 Fa lev W L " 5 so Tutuin Wm gd Maitha " Gent y Mrs Kate M " " 2 00 Vaium His 26 4 Garrton Bcttie and Thompson Harvey (N R) town lot children " 3 00 Wallace Jatm s V (X R) Grceileaf J ii and G 22 acies lan.i ? W Exans . 16 CO Wlutiinore Henry 2 v ears 50 acres 4 2 ' HackcrTG 2 ' KrRKsVrLLK PKEC1NCT. NO. 6, 15 00 Hu'sMrt America 1 " 20 00 "rovvn Irvine i Town Lot 2 Jarm.in Mrs Sarah (non Campbell Thos Hrs 1 l e 1 90 6i lo 60 5 60 Go 00 o 10 OO 60 60 40 60 5" to lo 7" 60 10 " Rhodes Dave " " Rhodes Levcnia Scudder Laura sjciulder Laura and " Wm Scialder " Smith Hocktr Smaltwood CIwrHe " ' Stone Minerva " " Tev is Cassy Tribble Pleas " Turnei Dan Jr Tomlin Harry Turner Wm 2 Acres Land Tribble John I Tew-- Lot WinefieW Millie V. hite Geo " Walker Robt Washington Xancy Wa.ker Owen " Williams S.Hie Willis Lizzie W'hite Adaiushrs " Walker Xancy White Frank Yates Maggie FOX OWN PKECINCT. No Jtrman 00 Bently Mary 8 Acres Land 90 " Burgin Strother 5 " 6 " Chenault ChasXR 7" 3o Chenault Chas X R 6 " 10 o Embry Rifa 47 70 t Fox Richard 60 ro Hooting Mariah 6 " 2 " 60 Phelps Waller So 60 1 bmith Scott Shearer Jacob 3 Toomey Wm. 8 6 " " " " 50 60 60 UNION PRECINCT, NO Shearer Jack " ELLISTON PRECINCT, No ro 60 60 ro 00 24 15 OO 108 00 ElkiuRobt r5 2" OO Gordon Sam 6 00 Hill Silas 2 OO Acres Land " " 22 50 2 ro 60 I Acre Land 8 " Hill Elyi-abet- L 50 (O Hill 6 00 2 5 30 60 3 5 1." o 6 00 lo 00 3 5" lo OO 8 00 5 00 1 00 r 00 " " D B Long 16 Kelle Xannie E l Town Lot Kennard Mary A 150 Acres Land " Moore C C 43 Merrett Mrs Boone 72 ' " Murray James T 61 " " Norris Charlie 1 Town Lot Prewitt I). L. roo Acres Land Pieston DA I Town Lot Ross Alex Acres Land 67 ' Sebastian Herman 20 Sanders Stewart " " 2 Stoll Daniel " " 5 Tudor John Gdj C Tudor 10 8 2 ElizabethGd 54 " n 3" So 2 10 S 00 30 60 6 2 20 40 '7 50 5 o to 20 3 4 69 1 60 1 Bates WmX R 15 Acres Land " ' Chambers WiHis " Chenault Jennie 7 Coihi.s Sam it " Covington Howard 4 " ' Embry Wm. " Estill John 3 " " Estill Dolly " Eftill Tenna Faulkner Ed N R4 " " Green Hadm " " Hackett Tom Harris Martha Hrs 36" Johnson Richard 20 " ' Kavanaugh Joe 3 " ' Mayo Landcn 2 " Marshall Tom 3 8 Oldham Vina Phelps Geo 4 Yates Rachel YATES PRECrNCT, NO -- . 10 3 60 " Tatum Wm 14 30 Tussv Joe 15 00 Warren Arthur 3 00 MILLION 1 " " Town Lots l 60 t 60 6 3 00 Ballew Polly 3 Acres Land ' Broaddus Jennie 10 ' Dunson Lucy 30 ' " Dillingham Irvine 59 " " ' Finnv Susan i Hill Kittie 6 " " M'ze Iverson 3 " 2S" " Parks Isaac Smith Edith 21 Yates Jeff " GLADG PRECINCT, NO. 6. 10 PRECINCT NO 8. 2 60 7 20 00 4 00 3 00 50 00 ",0 1 1 10 00 ir 2 30 ro 7 20 5 3o 2 1 ro 10 5 2 ro 5 4 60 6 20 6 20 1 3. to corns. 10 6b -- tYii-lin- e, - 60 20 9 10 jo m " B Mill 2 " Million Miry A 27 " '5 3" Penkins Pauline X R 12" , 3 Rey'no.ds Joe T Hr 7 " 2 6b ion-Joh- 3 60 Agee Sarah 22 Acres Land ' Barnes Elizabeth 55 " Burrus L.dia " 62 " ' Burton Abe Hrs 33 " Clark Rachel X R 90 Cox John NR " 41 Coats Rebtcca Hrs 24 ' " Cots Recce 4 Cotton Eliza 50 Cobb Elizi A '5' Davis J oh n H rs X R 2 " Denny Joe Jr X R 2 " Evans Dr E. Trustee J Alverson 300 " Focter James " 7 " Gully Emily 37 Hager Lucy 22 " HillTobitha Hrs 64 Hollidav Merlha and Bettic 70 i Kelley B.t-.i- e 2 ... Kelley Wo ds 3 Long John Jr lo Locker Jaues 5 Land Sallie 3o Long Mary A 12 '- Long Sam Jr. 30 " Long Wm 21 Murphv Tmciller So ' -- 5 12 11 to 30 So 4 10 2 60 4 1 lo 3 50 60 .T70 1 51 00 1 lo 3 o 1 60 6 20 3 to 90 t lo 1 1 10 10 10- - 4 6 20 2 20 6 20 t 10 4 10 3 90 .. 1 Blythe Sidney I Acre Land it ti Bog;e Dave 3 " Blythe Eliza 23 " " Burnam Charlie Sr " ' ' Dunson Eliza 2 ' Diggs Sidney 2 " " Denny Amanda 2 ' Denham Wm N R r4 " " " " 6 Farri Charlie Farri Jessie " 3 " " FrancU Sam i Grec-- i Robt Town Lot I Gentry Mat X R 4 Acre Land " " Ingram Philip 3 " Kennedy Ashford Kennedy Jane I Town Lot ' McKee jerry Moore Edna 3 Acres Land Miller Isaac Moran Ed Peck Wm Ross Anderson 3 Acres Land Reed Turner 3 Acres Land ! Smith Isaac 3 Scolt John Shearer Mirium it bimpson Anderson Sr Tribble Troy 40 Taylor Lucy X R 5 . White Allen 2 WalU Sam 2 Waiker Peter 6 W.UkerJohn ' White Geojr KIRKSVILLK. 60 o 1 I -- 3 I p (o 0 I 5 P ID r 10 I n 3- - 3 O) ifl 7' bo 2 OO 9 I Co 160 fr 6 20 , 10 4 4 1 iu-ini- iun G6'V' iu," 6 to S-- Reynolds Tom Hrs Sowers-Wjoor S O'.unuers ncrr 3" ' Sebastian Jl(s M it , Sahee Sicvj' X R 66 V Turner Harriett X R 35 . . WbiiUker lUirktl I09 .""--- . m' 6' 60 PRECINCT, NO 9 1 . , BLACK.-Richmond- " 2 ro" RRKCiNCT, so,t'r. 20 Bogie Alex 3 Acres Land to JO Embry Eph - 4 2 10 1 Moran Mary Town Lot 1 in Smith Mariah 6 "jo MILLION PRECINCT, NO. 8 3 6o IS Acres Land 1330 Bogie Squ-r" 6 Barnes Mariah "1 13 CO 2 4IO 2 13 l60 1 Xirksville. -- ttt r 5 4 3 1 b. :. 1 -- r. 2 pn,, lunml -. . 1 ,- " W -- -- Xric; . '.&? t h a . 3 o Ballew. Cre.:ia I Town Lot o Barne' Reb tea o Hull, Jessie -- ' To Brack. Burgovne && Kuigin, Martha BetMM, Chrlve ' Z Braetsi, Mary :. 12 Aeres IS4 $L Burton Smi '1 Twr L 1 5 4 00 Turner Jmc i5oe WiKw James. 2 & 3 . Crews A rmstead 25- - " De Jarnatt Frank "9 " 400 Mitchell Mary Mrs27 ' 4 to Royster Cary ." 7 00 Sebastian Robt 4, " ,3 So 3 00 4 Chenault Wyalt ,.3 - "' WarrtnDock.Hr " I J. ?. SiMMONS, is, " 9 " " " " " " " 5. M- - 60 IO 4 2 IO 2 60 60 So 10 LQkLV CJt1b Tr C. ' r r -, b&vx fik'L "-- '- "i'n . WP$lfKswWIWiP!PJPPiP?wl Court Day Sales. Sichard Kansfleld Eight hundred cattle at the pons and Agent Can announces a $1 15 round 2 to $4.10. The trip WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5, 1890 sales ranged ironi rate to Pans, over the L. & N. to see greater part went at$3 loSJ 50. Demand Richard Mansfield Good re ow Kiri at ji'hn Gonlou'e, Caleast. fair, but hardly so brisk as last court day. turning or Uoiees did not sell. Work nf Itte Hoard of Supervisors. Jl Ules from SCO to $100. Wedding at College Hill, See Waco Madison's Board of Tax Supervisors news. What a Mule Man Sajs. 0 raised the Assessor's returns about Heart Dr. Bender's advertisement on Now is the time for farmers to buy making a total of of taxable this page. young mules. The good jaoks'are being property in the lounty, oradecreate of GrajthophoHe phomi0i.-a- t court so111 off' and mnlc8 w,lt likely bring bet- - $08,770 from last year's list Considering liouse Fri fay night. j ter prices in two or three years. Twenty tho financial depression this is not a ' jacks left this county lata week ibrAri large shrinkage. . Dr. H. GL Jasper's oifieo is in the zona. To-Hig- ht. ht THE CLIMAX. New Hand at the Bellows. new proprietor of Richmond Hotel, at K. C- - Depot, He has a number of boarders and is making a vood beginning." Chip Out of the (lid Mqck. J. L. Wells, of Garrard couunty, is the $81,-00- $8.73-',ft- 50 to. 1ms building. died in riatte count, Mo., January 10th, 180G, aged utir iwmuuni u . place, has its hymns printed for each - -- J. 15. fc'teuffer is tnifclue for six dif- - Sunday and distributed through the 40 years. She was born in Estill county, congregation No trouble to find the was a daughter of Joseph and Emily fereut ....., j ... ....,, , Wilson. She was a niece of Mrs. W. W. t I" Bicycle, 'US wake, at Shucklcferd & precisely w Piirg. ot Richmond, and grand niece of hat is to bo bung. Gentry's MHtuiid hand the late Titos. Wagle of Foxtowu. Toharcn. J. AUm Kmbry hh kiwi the Cu.ma Alexander Campbell In Jail. Cliarliw 15. Mewait, 'representing the j wiit to him at tjlfermttn. Texan. him. Rutherfordton, N. C. News. Eagle Ttdmrco Warehouse, Louisville, Alex. Cumpboll was tried before acting William Twitty is a ureal grandson at d Dr. Jotm C. Wilier Iws the Climax whs here Monday. He savs prices are Judge D. P. Armer and a Jury and ac namesake of Capt- - William Twitty, w o cuutUiHed tu liini at NK'iHihttvtlki. : growing better. He lws agents who pur- knowledged he had stolen eight or ten was killed by the Indians three mi ls He was tried on twp warre- - chase considerable titlmcco in this county, umbrellas. Dr, J. M. 1'oyrtz tuts MriMeiuHt south of Richmond, March 25th, 1775, especially down on the Kirkbville and rants. The jury gave him ninety das icret flow tits illmU iIiivbihU. when Daniel Boone and party were on Kentucky Itiver pike. at hard laltor in the two cases which their way to build a fort at Boonesbo.-ougit. C Adawe, of 1'dituiM i.is returned with the cost amounts to two hundred A Valley Hial Kluws With Milk. He was the first white man kill. I and every thHgseeM Ui iwail rlrt. and one days in jail at hard labor At by the Indians' in Madison county, llu "Trim" 'Dtsitherage livus at the Dr. the end of that time you may sing, "The was a brave man. His body W. Tawly CiMHWMk has the Cumav .Scott pluee, (servant was outside the town limits. camels are coming." another year to him in Nashville, on the headwaters of fates Creek. He killed in the same fight, and Felix '1 ciin. Walker, subsequently member of Coi.-greSued fur $25,11011. has seven cows. During the month of from North Carolina, was dangersold (HO gallons of ho January was sued Thursday at A. J. Abher The f4tigte hmh vva& om the bt'vuts milk. How much he drank anil sive Pinevi'.le. by J. W. Forester who wants ously wounded. covMonday with wgou loads of hoste away is not known. It wasjiot watered, S2o,000. In a recent law suit, Forester erings. Fifteenth Annual State Convention of ti: either. testified in regard to the corner stone of Young Men's Christian Association. Nick White, this place, and Mm Prices! Look at TIii-.sa tract of land. Abher had him indicted The detailed announcements are out Lizzie Elkiii, of Ford, vv ill be married toClimax and Cincinnati weekly En- for false swearing and prosecuted hint for the Fifteenth Annual State Convenmorrow. vigorously but he was acquitted. Foresquirer, one year, $1.35. ter wab formerly county judge of Harlan, tion of the Young Men's Christian AssoCircuit Own will adunriitHlay,liavig Climax and weekly Courier-Journa- l, and a prominent man. He wants $25, ciations of Kentucky; will be held at transacted a considerable amount of civi one vear, SI .50. Uwensboro, February 20, 21,22 and 23, luisiuesb. New York 000 damages of Abher. Winchester 1S9(5. The low Climax and Thrice-a-Wee- k rate of one fare for the Democrat. Do reifosHisse the btylish picture World, one year, $1.70. round trio has been granted from all Climax and anv other newspaper or of a Hit IihmmhI girl an front pge of to' points in Kentucky, good goingFebruary Must Send to School. magMzi lie cheaper than you can possibly ia 'b Climax ? A compulsory educational bill passed 20 and 21, and limned to February 25. v get it from the publishers. the Kentucky House Friday, bv a vote The Ab&ociation at Owensboro will pro - Mike Baiter continues to flourish at Untiling Works. of 63 to 31. It may or may not pass vide free eiitertaiument for all accrediCole-radoand the Climax" uiiiey, R. J. Smith, of Somerset, hassecured a the Senate. Gov. Bradley will sign it if ted delegates. "All the Associations of him once a week. it bhould come into his hands. Such a the State, city, town, college and railnear K. C. Depot, this place,-an- d Henry Clark, colored, was killed on hoiie is arranging to do a general bottling busi- bill would hive its advantages; also its road, will send large delegations. Everv tl'e Kockeastle side of Boone's Gap, Fri- ness relutingto Many boys and girls young man, whether an Association "jioji" stuff1, such as gin- disadvantages. day, by another colored man. ger ale, mineral waters and the like; will would go to school if compelled to, who member or not, is invited; also business men, pastors and others interested in this Harvey Cltenault took advantage of also charge 6oda fountains. He is would never see inside of a school-hous- e the Ahc weather and had 100 acres, two awake man. The style of the concern if not compelled to go. But there is special work will be welcomed and entermiles oton the Lexington pike, ploughed will be the "Richmond Bottling Co." buch a thing as a parent sometimes not tained. The principal speakers of the Convenup. Mr. Smith will take rooms fur the present wauting to patronize the school nearest him, whoat the same time, is unable to tion will be Prof. Francis R. Beattie, of 57,025,570 bushels, against 40.210,:MS Richmond Hotel. at Mr. Crouch and family have rented the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, send to auy other. bushels the previous jear. December Gees.e, Hurks and Chickens ! IwihIsoimo cottage on 5th Mrs Wjggin-s'Louisville; Rev. W. H. Piukerton.Padu-cah- ; exports were 9,007,570 bushels, against street and roiooved into it from the & Coal Co., Coyle A Relic Gone. Richmond Produce Prof. .Henry L. Trimble, Bethel 2,300.116 bushels for December, 1SSJL & Kennedy, say they will pay the highi autv. College, Russellville; Hon. Thoa. S. Pet-ti- t, Wednesday's Climax contained in its Exports from Gulf ports nre large, 175, Owensboro; Hon. Selden P. Spencer, 000 Richmond Produce & Coal Co.' est market price for geese, ducks, chick- Union City items a notice of the burning bushels were sold in Chicago for Covle & Kennedy, iohl thirty-tw- o large ens and similar bipeds. They want 'em, of Ben Todd's residence. It was the old St. Louis, Mo., Mr. Geo. T Coxhead, shipment to South Africa. Sentiment cars of coal during the month of Janua-r- . want 'em right away and want 'em bad. H. N. Wells home, two miles from Union General Secretary, St. Louis, Mo. ; Mr. seems to be growing iu favor of higher If you have poultry to sjiare, bring it in City on the Brookstown road. Mr. Wells, 11. P. Anderson, Field Secretary of the prices, and backed by a feeling the crop to them. Their warehouse is near the just after the war, was proprietor of the International Committee, New York. will scarce wairant present below prices Services at Second Prosbj'teri&n Ice Factory and Steam laundry, K. Wells Hotel, where the Madison Nationat The music is to bea special featuie this much longer. Many corn merchants rhurvli, Sunday morning and evening C. depot. al Bank now stands on Main street in year, in charge of Mr. Geo. T. Howscr, of seem to b Rev. Best, of Danville. take a more hopeful vttw, and Richmond. When he returned to his Chicago, assisted by a male quartet and predict the crop has Attorney are Known Here. been over William Arnold shiped a car load farm he tvok his sign with him and fast chorus. For further particulars, pro and prices have passed ml ell Everybody recalls Li Evans the low paint. of hogs to Cincinnati, yesterday, that his house. For grams, credentials, etc., address Henry ened it up on the end of nephew of Dr. G. W Evans, and G. axeraged 302 pounds, having refused 4 about a quarter of a century the old sign E. Rosevear, State Secretary, Louisvioe. PHOTOGRAPHING THE IN VISIBLE. brother of Dr.T. J.Taylorandson c fills at home. Scientists every wherearediscuiiii! the A Montana pa occupied the wall of the Wells home, inlaw of Wm. McCord recent won erful discovery of Prof. Ront-gelong after the hotel, its proprietor, the .Mr. IJeckner Penetrated the Future. Lo3-of Speedwell, was in per says: Tijrton, the University tw n Monday, looking like a rabbit that Mis. Bettie A. Null and daughter Eva day cletk, the night clerk, and others of The Kentucky Booming Company of of profesborof physii-siurzburg. Bavaria, which is believed tjie family had passed away. The bote1 Ford tiled articles of incorj-oratini- i hail been shot at with a musket its a Null have filed a damage suit in the disthis isde&tined to revoutionize photography. week. The incorporation trict court against the Great Northern was burned in 1S71. girl, the third one. are M. I. He can take picures, it is baid ol the inRailway company for $20,000. It will be Brabb, W. M. Beckner and Chas W. Another Doty Case Capt. S. F Rock is having King's reniemliereo that John Null was a freight Burt. They with Wellington Burt nud terior of solid substances; can photograph At an early hour, Friday morning, a tunnel on the R N. I. & B. framed up to conductor on this division and while the Martin Lepp own one share each of the skull of a man or his whole ikeleton, prevent any tumbling down 'he coming train was going full speed and while he daughter of Frank Todd, three miles stock and the Asher Lumber Co., own showing how cue would look without the noise in the yard, mm picture defects and inequality wet season. was going over the same his head struck east ot town, heard a 405 bhares. Tee bhares are $10 lach, flesh; looked out and saw two men She called a bridge and he was instantly killed-Thobject of the company is to tun ' in the heart of meals, and cm do many and the lesse Edgerton had his examining, and the two went out. plaintiffs hold that the company is her brother Rnfus, logs on the river, catch them in booms, other incredible things. trial for stealing a mule from Samuel Ross They were fired upon, and while tlit Professor Schuster, of Owens College, etc. Winchester Democrat, before acting Judge Armer, yesterday responsible for his death by not having young '.ady's dress was merely perforated bridge warnings at the bridge. County A Judge Beckner was a member of the Manchester, in discussing in tho British and was held in the sum ol$250. torney Evans and George Taylor of Great with bhot, her brother's legs were filled Constitutional Convention. He had Medical Journal the remarkable photofull from the knee down. Todd fired his A safe Mower was caught at Falls are attorneys for the plaintiffs. emliodied in the Constitution this clause graphic effects discovered by Professor Rontg-m- , pistol at nothing in particular. A half Bit omingtiekl, Nelson county, and may states that the photographs obunder the head of "Local and Special Tar-Sc- cl Justice. dozen ducks had been killed to take Legislation," wherein tained are of the nature of shadows, and lie the fellow who recently visited Richthe Legislature is It is truly wonderful how lubricating away. Rube Miller, colored, formerly prohibited from passing auy mond, Versailles and other towns. ''local or their great tharpiiess is itself a testimotar is In North Carolina they not only employed at Todd's, was recognized, aud special actb " Seventeenth: To declate ny that the new radiation must be propaJ. G. White A Son's Poland China grease" their ox carts and wagons with he and Smith Matherly, both of Rh,h streanib navigable, or to authorize the gated in Mra2glu lines easily through the Hun- tar to make 'em run bhek, but the ma mond, were arrested, uext morning, and h "Cu3 vetr. old, now weighs Nu-iconbtruction of booms or dams' therein, cardboard or wood and produces photodred anl Forty-tw- o and a ha.f ; m.N. chinery of the courts as well. This is are in jail. Their case is set for the 10th. graphic effect having parted through two or to remove obstructions therefrom." Tlte L. & K. telegraph oHkc in the evidenced by the subjoined paragraph Their boots fit the tracks in tkje yard. The Abher Boom was aheady in the complete packs of cards. The photographs Todd was taken to the Infirmary, and ib new depot building in Richmond, s one from the Ruthertordton Democrat : Kentucky river at Ford. Under the may be taken inordinary daylight if the g Anent the denial of Mr. Moore that not seriously hurl. if the handsomest in Kentucky, and Constitution that buom cannot he re- plate is kept in its dark slide, which will Judge Robinson called Mr. KopeEllias presided over by Jonas Rucker. moved hi" an act of the Legislature, and completely cutofrall ordinary light rays-anChief of Police Sued. a "damned fool" fiourthe bench at Jackyet transmit the new radiation. no smaller power ran touch it. Neither John G. Cole, J. M Benton, W. T. son county court. Some days ago Leslie Pigg, who keeps Webster's Weekly One of the photographs which Profes can an opposition boom be authorized gden, Bleaitt Bros., John Gradv, Leslie says it did not say that the occurrence a saloon on the corner of Maple and It was sor Routgen has sent to ProflVssorSchus Piwi. J- - A. Itamfcr. L B. Tiilwle, Mrs. took place at Jackson count court, but Washington streets, was arrested by the by any act of the Legislature. R J. WaiLs-anothers have the Climax it btandb prepared to prove that the police on the charge of drunkenness or said at the time that Judge Beckner had tershowb a complete image of a compass an interest in the Asher Company. He needle, with the divisions into degrees of to Wjuehester. Judue did make the remark from the disorderly conduct. He was placed in now certainly has, and what is greater, the circle over which the needle is The Richmond Produce & Coal Co bench at one of the courts of the twelfth jail for several hours and was finally he is attorney for the Asher C otnpauy. placed. The compass needle, before betried and fined in the Police Court. warehouse near Ice Factory and Steam district. boom pi events a ferry boat from ply- ing photographed, was placed inside a Friday he brought suit against Chief of The laundry, want all the ducks, geese, Heavy Costs. ing between Ford and the Madison bide metal box. As flesh, skin and cartilage Police Donahoe and his bondsmen for ch.ckens Ac, they can get, and at the of the river. The Richmond and Red are more traii&pareiit than bone, the phoOne of the hardest fought legal battles $2,500 damages on the ground that he highest market price. ever waged in this county was over the should not have been arrested without a House pike is completed to the bank op tograph of a baud gives a complete outline of the bones jaf the hand anil fingers, If any tne aliotit Kirksville or else- will of the late Frank Lisle; as a conse- warrant, as the officer had no reason to posite Ford, but it hail as well terminate quence, the costs piled up till they believe felony had been committed by in the moon. James Shearer owns a the outlines of the flesh being en y very where in Madison county contains an faintly markel. N Y. World. inscription, "D. Boone cild a bar 17G7,' amounted to about $3,200. Joe B. Car him and that he had committed no mis- farm at the terminus of the aforesaid it is a rank forgery, for Col. Boone did roll, of Elkin, and others had given Iwnd demeanor in the officers presence. He pike. He has a market at Ford for his HELPED A FRIEND IN 10 MATRI MONY AND HIMSELF INTO not reach Central Kentucky until two for the costs but when matters weie in- albo thinks he should not have been put corn, but to haul it to Ford, a distance of TH E PEN I TEX 11 A R YL several hundred yards, if he had a ferry, vestigated it was found that the bond Mvtrs later. in jail. Winchester Democrat, he must, in the absence of this ferry, taken by Judge Buckner was for some Bruce Marcum, of Jackson, Breathitt I"on a Kansas wagon on its return reason invalid and could not be enhaul by way of Red House, the Lost Fork Winler llroke. county, has been sentenced to the peni trip was noticed this inscription: "Okla- forced, at least this was the decision of pike and Boonesboiough, a distance cf at That venerable w eather prophet, the for one year from Wolfe county. homa for starvation, Kansas for desola- the lower court which was this week afWilliam Arnold tentiary least fourteen miles. groundhog, appeared promptly at 12 Thecrime for which young Marfuni must tion. Texas for devastation, Nebraska firmed by the Court of Appeals. tried, some time ago, to get the War DeThis for damnation, going to Ohio to sponge will doubtless lift a load from the mind o'clock last Sunday, but as his shadow partment to interfere and have the bo in suffer was a very lingular one indeed, failed to show up, Le did not get scared, on wife's relation, to h with Demo of Mr. Carroll. Winchester Democrat Your and the records of the courts of the Comremoved, but did not succeed. therefore, lie spent several hours rumwill doubtless show very few ciatic administration. Altamont Index. cousin Billy Beckner is a tolerably monwealth Mrs. W. D. Clark, formerly of this maging around, nipping a little green similar instances. During the, summer smooth duck. county, is an heir. grata and taking a much needed shower of 1805 Miss Ella Short and A. J. JohnLikes His New Hume. Alls ell That Ends Well. bath. He complained of feeling a little An Afflicted Family son, who were bent on matrimony, were R. L. Parrish, writing to pay for the difficult time of it, (mice the One of tiiose pretty days about two stiff from his long sojourn in the damp Commercial Hotel at Cynthiana- - havii-cThe Climax another year, says: "Ixis Anground, but thought he would be him-be- was truly a house of mourning last Satur- father of the bride opposed tjieni, and is the livest town in the West. weeks ago, some colored men asked geles again in a few days. He feared that day. The proprietor, Thomas Garnett, liceiibe could not he obtained iti Breath if he wanted them to ith best wishes for the Climax, &c." shuck corn. He didn't have any corn to the fellows who prophesied an unusu lay in the embrace of death. His sister it county, as the bride was riot yet of shuck, but in a jockular way to!d them ally hard winter, would yet try to ring Airs. Johns, of Lexington, received a age. Hied at Irvine. few freezes and snows, but meant dispatch That Thomas Forman, who mar-ris- d Bruce Marcum, among other young Mre.-AnParsons died at Irvine, "yes, go ahead, I'll give you ten cents a in a shock." The colored meti had mistaken to keep his eye picked and nut allow-morbister, had died sud- men, was very much in sympathy with her husband's on Sunday, January 20th, 1S0G, aged G5 than a day or two's cold at a time. denly at breakfast; Mrs. Garuett's aunt, Johnson aud his troubles, and volun Bales, who has Dr. years. Buried at Drip Rock in Jackson him for The fact, however, that winter has Mrs. Henry, of Cynthiana, was buried the teered his services to go over to Wolfe county. Deceased was the widow of Foster's Pumpkin Run farm out on tiie Big Hill pike rented. One day last week ended, does not prevent considerable day before, and her husband and sister, county to see if the license copld not be E ijah Parsons, the mother ot the two Baptist minis' ere, J. G. and J. W Par- Mr. Bales drove out to his farm and was cold, gloomy weather in April and May, Mrs. Berry, had died short time ago. obtained there. He succeeded in obgiving cut worms and the weeds a chance These aunts, as was Mrs. Gentry's moth- taining the license from the Cerk of the sons, of Jackson, and sister of Rev, J. J. astonished to find two hundred barrels of corn shucked Iving on the ground, at the growing crops. er, were sisters of ex Sberilf Thomas Wolfe county court, under vthich the Edwards, retired Baptist minister, this Before the groundhog finished his first Beasemau, bon of the noted Legislator. young couple were soon made man and and ten men pulling away for the bal place, and of Mrs. J. Gideon Taylor, this ance. Mr. Bales began to question the day's outing, he remarked that the ice A large audience gathered at the wife. county. Her husband died last June. Most people thought it woujd be the men as to the matter, and they came factories 'could go to wotk, as nature Methodist Church Saturday, only a few How Tliey Like the 1'lima.x. near tunning him out of his own field. would not run in opposition to them this of whom could be admitted. Services end of the little love affair but the were conducted by Rev. E. L. Southgate, bride's father was obdurate jind never Here is a letter like many we are re- Tliey would not believe he was Bales, season. forgave young Marcum for the active antldidn't think it was any of his busi ceiving. It speaks for itself: assisted by Elder J. J. Haley. ness. He employed several wagons and" January 27, 1896 Mr. Southgate said, by agreement be part he took in securing the carriage of An Historic Home. had the corn hauled in. Had a big snow would nut deliver a sermon, but read his daughter without his! consent. Climax Printing Co. conYesterday the Courier-Journ, fallen he would have been in hard luck. his reYour sample copy of the Climax t of the some portion of the Scripture in which Moreover, it was mainly tained an excellent ' He that believeth in ceived It brought my Kentucky life and Me shall instrumentality that jonng M ireum was grand old house on the McClano farm, fraudulently obt tinmg the One of the Best. friends so forcibly into mind and heart near Danville, now occupied by Mr. never die," etc Ho spoke of the robuet indicted for license, and is now sent to n ap the reviHad the people of Richmond and that I want to hear from thein every Boyle Reid and family. The house is of man o suddenly attacked, Dr. Smizer week. So I enclose $1, for which you cinity known what a great lecture Geo. historic interest on account of once hav saying bis disease was as rapid as the wards. Young Marcum is well co mected in will please send me the Climax for a V. Baia was going to deliver at the ing been the property and home of Gov- flood of Johnstown. Mrs. Garnett had Breathitt county, being the t m of Capt. year Respectfully, Court House Saturday night, they would ernor William Owsley, who was also as- said they had not been able to attend Mes. Wl G. Ddkrett, have turned out in overwhelming num- sociated with Justice Boyle in the first church as much as desired, because of Ned Marcum, ex county clt rk. and a Orearville, bers. As it was, the audience was slim. Court of Appeals. . Governor Owbley obligations they had to meet. Mr South-gate- 's prominent man in political and grand discourse and sweet hymns were army circles, and a nephew if Hon. J. Bain, has fewer admirers here, his old died at the home of his sou in law, the Saline county, Mo. B. Marcum, one of the leadin attorneys most appropriate. hotne'Xhan elsewhere. At Ocean Grove, late Clifton Rodes, in Danville, in 1SC3, "Catechism for Campbellites." Mr. Garnett left $7,000 life insurance. at the Jackson bar. Great t ywnaihy is has lectured from thesame plat and was buried intheDanvillecemetcry. N. J., he expressed for the unfortai ate young A recent number of the Western Re- form thirty two times in sixteen years, He bought the farm of 540 aercs about It was discovered day before his death man, who.itiB thought, did t ot properly corder, the Baptist organ of Kentucky, and the last audience was the finest ever tho year 1843 and the house now stand- that his insurance need being renewed. eatimate the enormity ol his crime, and published in Louisville, contained a long seen at that place of immense audiences ing was built for him under the direc- Paris Iventuckian-Citjzearticle entitled "A Catechism for Camp- 3Ir. Bain is knowti from ocean to ocean, tion of Col. Rodes, the original building 3irs Garnett was Miss Fannie Pad- was only seeking to help a fr end out of . bellites," which consisted of numerous and is recognized everywhere, except in having caught Sire and burned while gett, of Madison county, who lived at the trouble. Keutuckian-Citize- i questions propounded Tjy a Baptist min- Richmond, as one of the brightest lights undergoing repairs. Governor "Oas.ey late Martiu Green's at the time of her A majority of the popuhv on of the ister to a minister in the other denomi- of the the American platform Ilia lec- occupied the place for many years, and marriage. Mrs W. Ca French and Dutch republicjs either cole ted or En nation, during a debate atUelle, Tennes- ture abounded iu humor, paUtos, elo- after his death it passed to John daughter weut.down to the funeral glish, but the Boers run thin js juA' tile see. The answers are not given A good quence and "good, hard boss" The Thomaii Forman who removed . KHIIM'. 1 I1H FjlltrilBIl aTCTllR from these for $37,000. It is still owned by seiibe. He old 'Baptist between Richmond and Red perpetrated no "chestnuts," and when, Oweley was a oil from Cynthiana to Lexington, and who factg that tiievabouId count1 iccording to his daughters. Gov ., House ha had this article put in pamph, lie was through closed wjthout further tive of Virginia, but came to Kentucky men last wik, was not ev. r.jsojw j . , ruling uutcn re let form for gratuitous distribution. The ado. man's son, Thomas, who removed from public When the Englislr aji a very early age, and never' left this ire in India aim of the article is to break the "Camp-bedites- " Mr. Bain's Kuhject, "Bojs and GirJs, State, it is said, after moving to it, not Cynthiana to, Lexington, He m now they do not enter the same claim as to in two and throw one half one Naughty and Nice, or, tbe Pendulum of even for practiceing law there. Danvil!e.Advocate. sovereignty on belialf of th wtive popa war and the other t'other way. It is Life, was full of thought. IHs flagella-tio- a Judga.liiiyle was a resident of Madison latioB. Jt is convenient foe tb victors mighty weighty truck that the-- article is; The U. S. QovH fil ttie dude was - thorough. T'ho county and ao 'was GovernOrOwsly!B to have rineiples of . f rWj governments .question undertakes to drag around "J -- show Raysl Baking Puwdir fpBiworer-dudindid uot ecaje by eri Wte cur- - jabber. Kr Rodes wasiiisoa.fcaiiva-'oj that cm be 'suapadd !f tUe tail, but we await the ieuuIL a , ::tfad&d. mil JouraaiT I Miss Lizzie Wilson -- Monday, County Court day, was , I I A Loiiil T7. aj The First Presbyterian church, this Tr. Idea. Died in Missouri. ...j... The lame barn of Capt. W. L. Twitty, about four miles from town, was de stroyed by lire Sunday" tifght about 9 o'clock. The building was enveloped in flames when the fire was discoered and nothing could be done to save it. The horses, were saved with great difficulty. Burued up in the building were 6,000 bundles of fodder, about fifty bushels of peas, a lot of harness and agricultural implements. Mr. Curtis Twitty came near losing his life in tho fire. Ho was trying to save a valuable horse, and was completely cut off by the flames. His, presence of mind, howevr.uever deserted him and he fought his way out, bringing the horbe with h. M-i- jt ss h , eu-lit- es The Mo the list Church. 'PERSONAL. Dr. W.T. Boiling, of Lexingti in, a If dressed a fair sized audience j t the iion. it. j.. iomlinson, attotney-at-iaw- , Methodist church, 'Monday nighj , nut- Lancaster, was henT on business withstanding the rain. Public iliteresi Wednesday. in these meetings is very. grea. Dr. Miss C. Hartman is spending a few Boiling is an orator of rare exctlkiii'i-an- days at Tell City, Indiana, will give the people much to inter Miss Jennie Ferrell has gone td Hunts-vid- e, tain and profit then during the we-Jk-. H Ala., to spend the winter.' preaches a pungent doctrine with plain-ues- s Miss Judith Tudor, of Irvine, is visiyet with great power. Slirviccs every afternoon at 2:30 and every! even- ting the family of her uncle, Mr. Claude amith, oa Second street. ing at 7 o'clock. Miss Ida Park, after several weeks visit At the Infirmary. to relatives at White Hall, this county, Dr. Gibson performed tw o operations, lias returned to her home in Irvine. last week, for hare lip, one on little Ber-ti- a Mr. Wiuaton McGinn, who recently agrid 0. months, daughter of' Clem Carrier, this conpty, the other on Hiram married Miss Maggie Crockett in LouisMoore, this place, aged 16. Botli were ville, is a hi other of Mrs. Grant .E. Lilly and Mrs Capt. Pates. successful. Mrs. Lizzie Reeves, oi Estill county, Eight patients now under treatment. Mike Cleary, who has just received a sister of J. Gideon Taylor, this county course of treatment, said veslenlsly: "1 Kime through Richmond, last week, go dou'tsee how Miss Blake stays up all da ing to Argenta, Illinois, to live. and all night, all the time." Mrs. Evan McCord, of the State o The Curtiss Publishing Co., Ne York, Washington, formerly Miss Lizzie Benthrough its manager, John F. llellows, nett, was delightfully entertained by has presented the Infirmary with' a fine Mrs. D. B. Shackelford Wednaiday evlot of periodicals, for which thanks are ening. A supper the most palatable was returned. a feature of the occasion. Mr. John D. Winn, Ilelievedin Yarn Strings. Clerko Dr. Witherspoon was fomerly ptetor of Estill county, was here, Monday, and rethe First PresbUerian htucl, this new ed his subscription to The Climax He is now fmrning in the rich Station place. The Paducah Standard sars: Camp Cieek bottoms. Rev. T. D. Witherspoon, in a emion Miss Ethel Heacox, of Lexington, is Sunday, related an amusing story nf his visiting her sister, Mrs. Elmer Death-era- ge. experience while evangelizing in the mountains. One day while passing a coin-fiel- d Misses Jeannette and Nellie Frost, of in Leslie county hewasburpfised to see long strings of pawpaw bark knotted Lexiugton, spent Sunday with the Misses together and tied to Mumps He askel Feland. his guide what it meant and was informDr. Hardin W. Bright and wife, of ed that it was "to bring luck." knoxville, are spending a few days with, "And docs such foolish superstition the formers parents, Mr. andMriuD. M. exist all over this community ?" asked the Bright. minister. Miss Ollie Cosby delightfully enter"Oh, no," said the mountaineer, "the tained, ednesday evening, at her home old preacher over in the settlement yon near Foxtown, in honor of her guest, dersays pawpaw vinesdon'tdonogood.'' Miss Maie Cosby. "An intelligent man!" interrupted Mr. . Misses Ixnkuane and Gordon, of Witherspoon. "I'm glml to find one are visiting Mrs. Thoman Wells. man w ho isn't lost in ignorance." Mr. Claude Smith represented Christ "Yabsir," the naiive continued, "he 'lows that yarn strings beat pa paw strings church, Richmond, at the consecration of Bishop Burton in Louisville, last Thursall hollow when it comeb to hringin' day. Bishop Dudley presided and the lurk. Fact is, he don't use notlu'u' but affair w as on a grand scale. yarn strings." Dr. David Bennett, of Lexington, spent COKN. Sunday with h isvenerable mother, !Mrs. Exports for thecaltuder year 1S!)5 were Betsy Bennett. Win-cheat- el (.- - t- - ' c i i . - :B m Richmond. Warehouse and Coal Yarl want eggs, chickens, turkeys, ducki, hides and all other kinds of produce. 34-3- m ill Highest of all in Leavening !?ower. Latest U. S. Got't Report WrWhk I Baking ABSOLUTELY PUBE 34-3- 7 For salt send to Richmond Warehouse and Coal Yard. 34-3- 7 Prompt courteous 'and geners treatment, with lowest prices ahd honest In Olden Times methods at Richmond Warehouse and People overlooked the importance of perCoal Yard. manently beneficial effect and were satTaylor Brothers have on hand the isfied with transient action; but now that famous Vulcan Plows, 'the best in the it is generally known that Syrup of figs world, so says everybody that has ever will permanently overcome habitual con stipation, people will used one. 34. not buy other laxatives, which act for a Taylor Brothers are nowreceiving Jheir time, but finely injure the syotem. spring goods for the farmers. 34- 7 2a rUffUwl Ship stuff, corn, oats, hay and other kinds of feed at (Richmond Warehouse Coal Yard. 34-3- 7 BRIDGEFORD'S ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM I PURCHASE THEM! iy'a Pile Sapso3ltorp box. Send two stamps for circular and Free Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered Pharmacist, Lancaster, Pa. No Postal. s Answered. For sale by all druggists everywhere, and in Berea, Ky , 6 by s. E. Welch, Jr first-clas7-- is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipation, or money refunded. 50 cents per Hood's Is Wonderful. No less than wonderful are the cures accomplished by Hood's Sarsaparilla, evenafter other preparations and physi- cians' prescriptions have failed. The reason, however, is simple. When the blood is enriched and purified, disease disappears and good health returns, aud Hood's Sarsaparilla is the one true blood purifier. Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient and do dot purge, pain or gripe. 25c-- The "Lee of Virginia" series will begin in the next (February) number of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, with over tho introductory article specially written for it by Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, upon "The Ancestors of General Robert E. Lee," in England and in Colonial Virginia, and the times in which they lived. This article, and those to follow, will be profusely illustrated, the whole forming an authoritative pictorial chronicle of the distinguished family which has given to America so many statesmen, wairiors, and types of chivalrous patriotism. It The sick man knocking at the door of health gets in if he knocks the right way, and, stays out if he doesn't There are thousands of ways of getting sick but onlv one way to get well. Do whatever you will, if you do not put your digestion in good order, and make your blood rich and pure, you will not get well. Rich, pure blood is the only thing that can bring perfect health. Constipation is a disease of the blood. A large part of all diseases are traceable directly to impurities in the blood, and can be cured by eliminating them with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The first tfnng it does is to put the whole digs-tive system into perfect order. It stimulates the appetite, excites a copious secretion of the digestive fluids and pro motes assimilation. It searches out disease germs wherever they may be, kills them and forces them out of the system. The "Golden Medical Discovery" has Deen usea witn unvarying success for 30 years. t 95 The Sixty-sixt- SOLD IN RICHMOND. BY CliUKO. h Stove was sold to 3- B. W. SMITH. - Teeth. Extracted Without Pain. Teeth Filled Without Pain, Teeth Crowned Without Pain: n, e r - - Dr. E. P. Bender comes to us highly recommended. He not only extracts latsrnal Ecveauo Collections for teeth without pain, but also fills and January. crowns teeth without pain, and guaran Hon. Chas. H. Rodes, Collector Eighth tees ali work done by him to be satisfac" District ot Kentucky.reports total collec- tory or no charge. It tions lor the month of January, 1S96 : Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re Libts $ 53s 55 newer has restored gray hair to its origiBeer 453 25 nal color atd prevented baldness in Spirits 100,312 8 thousands of cases. It will do so to you. Cigars 23 25 ' Whiskers that are prematurely gray Tobacco CG0 42 or faded should be colored to prevent the Specials JS1 25 look of age, and Buckingham's Dye exTotal 102,109 57 cels all others in coloring brown or black. Collections for December . . . S0,4D6 81 There is more catarrh in this section Increase S15.G72 00 of the country than all other diseases January's collections were tLe largest tew jears since the incitastd tax law took effect put together, and until the last was supposed to be incurable. For a August 1804. great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure Remaining unclaimed in the e with local treatment, pronounced it inat Richmond, Kv., for the week ending curable. Science has proven catarrh to Feb. 4, 1800. be a constitutional disease, and therefore A requires constitutional treatment Hall's Armstrong, J. H. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. B Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, 13 tho only Baxter, E. P. Boggs,Mi8. Harriet constitutional cure on the market It is Benton, Oliver taken internally in doses from 10 drops Beleu, J. M. Bururm. Aloert to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of (he system. Chamberlain, A ula Cornelhon. Annie They offer one hundred dollars for any D case it fails to cure. Send for circulars Deatherage, Pattie Duncan, Mrs. Laura and testimonials. Address, Duuance, Ida F. J. CHENEY, &. CO , Toledo, O. lm E&,Sold by Druggists, 75c. E Everheart, Adclaino most proprietary medicines, Unlike LIST OF LETTERS Post-offic- FamonB Dental Surgeon ot National Reputation, Formerly President of the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, 111., Now Permanently Located at Louisville, Ky. WILL VISIT RICHMOND, at Glyndon Hotel, Feb. 10, MONDAY am illi i p Teeth $8: , misjim 3- L, - m im I Remaining one week, until SATURDAY, Feb. 15th. Farley. Pink Gale, Newloa F G Green, Mrs. John II. Harris. Mary Bell M Martin, S. K. Million, Joe Miller, Mrs. Jake I'arish, P. G. Shearer, Lorie Stone, Mrs. Maggie Mills, J. L. Milier, L. A. d Pointer, Lena Sander, the formula; of Dr- J. C. Ayer's Sarsaparilla and other preparations are cheerfully sent to and physician who applies for them. Hence the special favor acstandard remecorded these dies by the World's Fair commissioners Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is known by its works. The experience of half a century prove3 that no other preparation of the kind stops coughing and allays irritation of the throat and bronchial tubes so promptly and effectually as this. well-know- n Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest dental colleges and institutions in this country, and has no superiors in his profession. m He is prepared to Extract, Crown and Fill Teeth "Without Pain, and without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, Ether Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method inTented. by Dr. Bender, and used only by himself, who is the Easiest, Quickest and Best Painless Extractor in the United States today ; so acknowledged by the dental profession at large. "Where he causes pain in any operation he makes no charge. FTeeth Extracted Free of Charge and "Without Pain Between the Hours of 8:30 and 9:30 o'clock Each Day. Teeth $5- - Teeth $10. Teeth Extracted Free Of Charge when plates are ordered. Fillings with AlUvinds of Material "Without Pain, and at Reasonable Cost. Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., are the results of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To bo cured of these aches and pains one must commence at their origin which are the teeth and gums, which are only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Those who are of a nervous and delicate condition can come and have teeth extracted and filled and feel as calm as if they had no work performed. aFDR. BENDER guarantees all work and does as he advertises, ome early and avoid the rush, as his rooms are always crowded. OFFICE HOURS 8:30 A. M. TO 5 P. M. CONSULTATION FREE. J. H. Trainet, T. B. W Watters, Daisic Yates, Estell Woods, C. F. J. B. Willis, P. M. Poisons engendered by food ferment ing in a dyspeptic stomach are the direct cause of rheumatism, gout, bronchitis liver and kidney complaints, asthma, pneumonia and many nervouh ailments. These results are prevented by the use of the Shaker Digebtive Cordial, a rem edy discovered and prepared by the Shaken of .Mount Lebanon, N. Y. It is iu itself a foou and lias powei to digest other food taken with it. Thus it rests the diseased stomach and finally masters the worst cases of dyspepsia. It acts promptly and fresh strength aad increase of weight soou follow. The first dose, 1 lf nie e taken immediately after eating, abates ilie pain and distress so dreaded by dyspeptics. Trial bottles enough to prove its merit 10 cents LAXOL is the best uiedicLie for children. Doctora recommeud-i- hi place of t Castor Oil. al half-tonecu- The agent of the Northwestern Yeast has been distributing free bamples of the celebrated Magic Yeast among our people. This is one of themobt popular articles manufactured in tins country and is sold by all grocers iu the Northern State-- , and on account of the growing demand for a pure Hop and Malt Yeast in the Southern States the manufacturers are introducing it by dibtjibtiting free samples. The goods can be iouud hereafter in all first class groceries. This yeast is tl7e only one that was awarded a diplonii, at the Chi cago World's Fair. .Notlapg equals it for producing a healthy,, wholesome Co of Chicago, HI., Threw Away His Canes. Mr. D. Wiley, ex postmaster, Black Creek, N. Y., was so badly afflicted with rheumatism that he wa only able to hobble around with canes, and even then it caused him great pain. After using Chamberlain's Pain Balm he was so much improved that he threw away hia canes. He says this liniment did him more good than all other medicines and treatment put together. For salo at 50 cents per bottle by Hagan's Pharmacy. The little daughter of Mr. Fred Webber, Holland, Mass., had a very bad cold and cough which be had not been able to cure with any thing. I gave him a 25 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy says W. P. Holden, merchant and postmaster at West 3rimfield, and the next time I saw him he said it worked like a charm. This remedy is intended especially for acute throat and lung dis eases such as colds, croup and whooping cough, and it is famous for its cures. There is ho danger in giving it to chil dren for it contains nothing injurious. For sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. Our people are growing more and more in the habit of looking to Hagan's Pharmacy foi the latest and best of every thing in the drug line. They sell Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famoua for its cures of bd colds, croup and whooping cough. When in need of such a medicine give this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result A C URABLE DISEASE. Cii'konic CATAaan is Prosouxcw) Coba- BLE BY Db. HaKTMAK. FREE HOUR 8:30 TO 9:30EAOH DAT DH. E. F. BElTDEft, LOUISVILLE, KY. : LMu X Hush cess ...GJVE -- Witli the Phenomenal of Suc- Holiday Trade, We are in a Literal Mood to A GRAND VALUES-CLEARING Our UP SALE... THROUGHOUT 5-- 4 THE , ....VALUES UNHEARD OF..... Table Oil Cloth, 10c; 100-y- d spool silk thread 4c; Ladies fleeced Lined hose 18c, former price 25c. A Eood fleece Lined Hose, lOo. A good Wool hose 18c, former price 25c. One lot ladies' and Misses Hose ribbed and .seamless (samples). 20c, 25c mits, 15c. 75c gloves at 50c K n. Me-Cla- ne aay. Reports Ii There are an almost countless number of remedies Baid to cure chronic catarrh." The most of these are of no use vhatever, and many worse than useless, being ac-tually harmful. A lew are successful in a small number of cases those which are very plight and easily curable cases which might almost get well by simply bread. taking care not to catch cold again. Bu of all this vast multitude of medicines it can not be said that there are more than Farmers," wlieu you coraelo town give Taylor'Hrothersaeall, aiidct prices on two or three which are actually specifics plows, harrowd and. hardvvijfe, and you and without doubt the most reliable u Ie-r- u na- It always cures wlien it i wont have to go any" placee se, for they faithfully and conscientiously, used. I will suit you. JJ4- not only cures catarrh of the bead ant Tllvlor RrtitliprM Is tli nlf k to et the throat, but catarrh of the stomiich, livei :o Disc Harrow none better i; the market. bowels, lungs, bronchial tubes, kidneyp. 34- and in fact any of the organs of the hu man body. It k indeed a drejidful cas ii Taylor Brothers is the pujee to get any .of catarrh, whcreverlocated, that Pe-r-u iKJttom.-34-thing In the hardware ill na can not cure, or at least greatly help. prices. It maybe procured at all the ijrug stores and it shoeld be given a faithf tl trial b these w ho have 'tried in vain eieewbert Llfih' ' t i-- t !-- -. to get relief. Whtts FunfiY Nar M i A book ob catarrh and catirrhal db. a WTrue,lHkKKri B Alt gsl.--i of 54 ittrtvetiviy illuetritetl paget ;Seld EvarywiMr, Ev Ky.Day vsill besnt free tostay addns by tb -- "it Efee" BleacM DON'T Eon, 1-y- fl FMs, - ' 5 Cents, Former Price 7-1- 2. !i- THiS SALE WILL LAST ONLY AFE W DAYS. WAIT, BUT COME 1 S' L Clothing, Eats, Shoes, Boots, ly Heduced Prices. -- at Great--; : at5 f mmnrhtr to &ttm. ' -H ;J -, Iwiou (Me) c . W fWHnBMMaaiaalMMaHaMaaq J f Whit niVTJM N.PyI TIM Mill tt es- - Mawfftctarwjj Qwwyiij ol Colombua. " Obio. (jt " "! ELDER'S BARGAINS r1) TOE PlJL&1 -- - Ilk -- 4- -- -,.v V o - -- . - i.- fljfe itf&S I, -- iTS- will Ayer's Hair Vigor. Well Satisfied "Nearly forty years ago, after some eeks of sickness my hair turned gray. 1. began using Ayer's Hair Vigor, and was so well satis, lied with the results that I have never tried any other k nd of dress ing. Itrequiresonly nn occasional application of a fe to remove fsgEj-sflj- i 'dandruff, to heal itching liuiuors, and prevent the hair from falling out I never hesitate to recommend Ajt-r'- medicines tomyfnends." Mr&.II.U.IlAlGiiT, Avoca, Nebr. colo s fiL tLF AVER'S Hair Vigor to keep my hair of good i'eh. 3. A aingnlai l Hill Inrrmlcced in thn lJh niclao Ht Hie inanu Ay faiaaty is pursuing- the Xcvroes in a lwm Aniwi'n.fil. colored settlement a fhoi t distance K NkFOu . Ky. Jin. caSENvrt Tht from IJjrdsto-n- , Xelsou county. oia au.ji d the utloa There havp bren ten deaths since sens.tr for UbcnrLia hoase reso Ihls w ora cirt Dj.)t sa Tuesdav. Christmas from s- m- - iecuL .'r disease, vhlch drew as strong! as the seaatorial aad cwds J immcO iho lobbies and the fcupertitiotts ones consider the the jppolntinen jars as something like a judgment ot Miss Goi liradle; sept laot Lcsiauloa as Katherias from Heaven-- . 3 h(s belief is trenirtb-ene- - sislan- - palctsn nt the HopUInsvhlo asylum amonrr the pious ones by the fact the l t e ant woman eTer appointed to thli ia Keatacky. tbst fire out'of teven colored people Hoo lnfodueed. To prevent thi trjio attended a dnce on Chrlstma collection of usurious interest on chJttclmort night have leen auionir those to die. gages; to suppres the jelling of pools whlci a misdemeanor, bu imVes the ofle.-- o irill 0 lMinrbon VihUkj-shall act ap Lijxinotok, Ky., Feb. 3. The state provides that the bill associations wltt plr lo Incorporated V. C T. U. has mailed a protest to pools inclosrd where art Herbert apainst umor sold nn tmclia. amending the law conrern whisky to christen- the battleship Ken- fn the work of the state board of equalizathe charter it tuckv, asking that vater from the tion amending duty of citv at omeys. Thi to he A referenceannounced Blue Gras spring be substituted EpeaVer the followln- -' committee tc copy of th protest was sent luwentirale tne condition, of the trcasun r' ofI'.itit-.nt- r fice: l.'icc Uilkins and Lyons, republicans wiin a personal 1' U Kerry and Hentun, demoera-s- . M s i l .. her IN A BUNChT she wdi stand family o liei saj-rijinal in-- it o.i u( nsnsr whiskj. DjLNVitxiv, Kv., EetM-ntIIon-AKlt- rren'tsr DUen t llnnnile. KENTUCKY LAW MAKERS. - . ual-lerl- d pi-- ce IIIi . ec-eta- ry - isecond-c.a- ss .i-t- Rich-irdso- -- s e IMP Ik.i 8PS Hs.fr ifinrv igui 1 Prepared W Dr.J.C. Ajcr&CoLowell.Maee. Tale Ayer's Sarsaparilla Icr the Complexion. an assHulton this citv. hrytWr- Williams, irnn broke jail at inis piace orae months atro in company with Freeman ami Iay. was arretted by Dennis and (ilufiMdn it Lynehbunj, Kv , and lan.ied fly in jail at this noon. Ihere was a -- lace rfwarj of S401 olfered for his rearrest. llliams is cbarced with committing -- West i.u lliiu Lirncmv, Kv.. 1 v nn. fclx C oitvict Go to tlm 1'cnltpntlary Fron: 1 Feb 3 John .Miss - Mary Parks, near Jo-epn no 4fciiuiiicic1allnc. killed (apt. liaii-e-l a vjra-eo- , i to Tew Ontttt of Apy-a- te Ct-r-r, IJfc-rts- : fc Allan March lSlli leie- tli 1mim are entitled to a fee Knit-i- n - $43,0 hi tlie Lou,, die t'rb Co. West-IJevers twse. :: HORRIBLE MURDER. A Crime Minlknr to tln rase in Var.mi iM 3a Attorne brought new to tills place Wednesday- of a horrifv lag1 enue similar in some respects t ontrape in Marioi ta "Vtt-IevctHtatr, at Morse Lick, Jackson coun ty. a wild, xp&rsrly settled locality 3 south of here, and remote iron in railroad or telegraphic comiaumc Richmoxh. Kv- Tthmmhs Coyie of - Jn llt-re- i cinutj. Ont rs 1- -s tMMU of Christcipner Jones, j l.vjiff in t iKt locality, wt IhhimmI or Xendsi' niifht, and Tuesda moTRin-toe caarretl body of Joiit was "iou-aanun.' the ahes. bus CornejricijB uciated to J"hn ana lias, who, with J lies. ha. qwarrelee. a few days before about hi The faraM-- r ? d aov wife. "with them As Joaes was last it-etiter wr-r- arrest! on warrants issuei by CottBtr .Ion? Lunsfora, and ar imw ib ja 1 at M K . the countv seal charsea with the double crime of mure der and areon Tar jjeueral belief is that Jones wu raaraered. and toe murderers carriei trie body home ana ;et the iiohsc o: fire to eoaeeal tn-- crime. Mrs. Jones, wife of the unfortunate man, says, tnat lie peri-oe- i in trvisg to escape from the burnmjr oadutng. 'Axtwkk. jy.. Jan 3a JJealy, at n time one of tne mos. in Central Ken jininiinent p ivmi-iXaeacy, d.ro aere Tie av inorniiifrof (saMplM-atiou of acu oixu rears. lie t i a native of Portvmn Ireland, an.. C ished his nieii cal eau oat ion at JcnVrson colletfe, aa a. In F7S ae wb married to Julie lintrife ILrry. oi Sew Haven. i Honu.ln. Gw.ktws, Ky., Jan. 3ft George t imv'oliiteiD eleetnc street rai w y fmirti-m:foar and a h'.l. mill' tra-It will nave in cor.nec'mn . lee p ant mat ui c &t &61 8 C ' Jtn saoccibed for $15,000 wortl the balanc the bonds at - ill Ur placed with ohIshIc invef-tolB'.' nooses are now ia courtc oi e m, home very costly, one U ck f5O,O0a Oh; new h tel cwung-alioaKfaitraT InvHt'.rK. Wasksoton. Jan. 3a Patents have Wen M&aea to Kentue . ass as follows W bl .1. Deal try. asisr nor to llrennai & jO.s &oothwet"ra Agrienitura rtrka, LoBisri.le. weiin.' ma hi 15. Ihxoa, Henderson. reiri-teJohn W. Loomiis. Dondton, evaporator SFra-MorSe d. rwport, watcn csw ptn last; Jt C itewarl. jr., and W. A btawart. Covin"toB. metallic fence. b ait-ease- Jr Jhtt lienlv Head. Dr. Johi , - rtfrn - - k. U-- a )rnd t r Tn. r Schiokner, agea 40, a saloonkeeper Fourth and Vorlt streets, this city Oc11tIoii th VkT. lletween Ave and committed suicide Louisville, Kv., Feb 3. Senator six a.m. Tuesday he was found hanging 'Ociivie, accompanied by his physician. to a bed post at his home, dead. Dr. Urothers, and several friends, left Schickner was well known in .Newport in a private car for Frankfort, where and Covington, as well as at Fort Ilia Thomas. he will arrive Monday afternoon He owned the roof garden presence there, together with the new at the last mentioned place. He was tnemoer f o:a JeUon county, will more or less involved financially, and brine about another tie in the vote for had borrowed some money from his entor. mother and it is thought that this is hbiun;. responsible for his despondency, WniThBUiro. Ky., Fen. 3 David llle Electric Kullwar 1'roject. -, j farmer, accidentally Adam- a youn-Lawke.nckhuko, Kv., Jan. 29 The ut hiniMjlf with an ar. He was alone electric railway between addy and .vnen wounded ami starled to a house by way of Alton, in this e b'eedinjr set in, county, now seems to be a go, as Con lear by, but profu-his life, which cime very near enditi-jtractor II. C Uradley, of Harroos-burg- , iiunuay evenmi: he was w iio ly unconwho has been awarded the conscious from loss of blood and may yet tract of grading- the roadbed was in lie. Lawreneeburg Tuesday trying to em-1o I.ocln 0'rjtlim. oy about 75 hands to work for him Lkxinoto, Kv., Feb 3 The new on the grading. He is under a big Lejciiiirton stove foundry bejan operbond to complete the work by June 1. ations Monday mornmir 'th CO mold-rD ed uf a Corn. many of whom nare been ldla for Ashlxd, Ky.. Jan. 29 Mrs. Mary one year. The 6rst blast Tiore than ivas made about noon, and quite a Hambieton, aged 63, died of blood number of citizens were invited poisoning, the result of puring a corn ' io witness the shootin.'-,- and to af- upon her great toe. Inflammation set in and the toe was amputate i, it later terward dmj with the man igement. becoming necessary to amputate the , Vrr. let for I rut. above the knee, from the effects Fkankfoiit, K., Fell. 3 The jury limb of which, coupled with the other comCo. in the suit of the plication, she could not recover. against the Louisville Truth and W. M. lVnilons for Kentuckv IVople. believe i tuat the comFinley evidentlv Washington. Jan 29. Pensions Maj. Xormau a cheok pany never for dividends, for it brou nt in a ver- were issued to the following Kentuckof one cent and costs airainat the ians: Original Daniel Smith, Frankdict defendants after being- out for a few fort; Richard F. Waring, Covington. Renewal John P. Stephenson, Vance minutes. burg. Original Widows, etc. Milley VI ilm' Elrcti-IlrckliHra J. Oliver. Halfway; Allen, miuor of Fkakfokt, Ky., Feb. 3. The laid rock. Laurel. lection m Kelson countv tor a suc- Alexander Black. Juulcted. ilton late Isaac Wilon. state cessor to tne PAlNTSAtLl.F, Kv., Jan. 29 The representative, passed off qtuetlv J. C W. 15eci:ham (dem ) de- grana jury Tuesaay returned an inJ. L. Poller (rup) by 7d ma- dictment of willful murder against feated Milton Franklin for killing Thomas jority. Poor (pop ) can be counted on to vote htafford on the night of December 24 Judge John P. Wells set the trial for for Hunter a'ter Thnr div next- tne second day of the M?y term of the l i ile Jackson countv circuit court. 3. Lojan. Ky , Sheluvviilk. v Older renunH Inrolved. Xancv n of the Stanford, Kv., Jan. 29 Th trag-ed- v Blumer. wnile pla3'inc with several committed in this county some companions on the turntable in the girls omhern railway vards. fe 1 between weeks asro, in which tnree-littlboy, tne revolvin traci;s and the wall of were fatally shot by a from is to be investigated y tne authorities tne pit and Mist ined inju-iof Lincoln cuntj--. buspicioHs point which ne died a few hours later. to older persons bsing lsvolveu. Ttidge tlrac I1L I led of Kv.. Feb. 3. Judge ' Frankfort, Mrs. NanYERSAH.LrF, Kv., Jan. 29 John R. i.rae- -. of the court of aopeals, just nie llieati, aged 30. wife of m. was taen suddenlv ill died Tuesday morninr of before court was to mei-t- , and his conleaving twins a few days dition was alarm n.' for several hours. The phvsicmns think it is citner a se- - old. :si.e was a, daugnter of Rev. J V. vere case of la gripie or heart trouble. Riley, the well known Baptist preacher. He was better Sunday. . Llt-lllo.1 rt, j H. Haw3. Pakis. K.. f-kins and in Sparks, lioth prominent llourbon county farm ts of near made individual assignments to J. M. and J. Q Ward. Hawkins owns nearly SKH) acres of larid and sparks has 300 acres. Assets of both llotn assignwill exceed liabilitirs. ment were caused by jroini; security for others. Cen-ervill- Caiiholi.tok. K.. J. n. 29 The regw nter term of circuit court, now in session here, has been one of interest bix men have beec convicted of felonies ana sentenced tc t.ie penitentiarv- - Louis Driskell jroei for one year for burglarizing a store at Locust, Ky.; Charles Lear gets one year for stealing clothing' from his cm-- ' ployer, K. H. Hicks, at Euglish, Ky.. Aaron and Lon Davis are sent for twtr years for roDbmg II. Imirel. neai 1'restorville; rrank and William Jo seph, two and three years respectively for stealintr 1,000 pounds of fresh meat from the meathouse of J. R. Ramey, a farmer near this place. The court will be in sessii n a few days longer. arroUttin, Kr. ular The sonat Feb. conflrmedthe caminatiou ot John L. Chlltot as a commissioner of Lakeland as'lumnit then look up the bill o rroUde'lor fcorrowtnf KOU.IKK) to py off the delleli ct the st ue treat- - i ury Ihta ra under dtacnsslon irhei the twe houses were callc A into Joint session to ballot amead- - ' for senator. Thcei:ond-cias!char- tr meats were not introduced ia thasenite Frl- djy. The ballot for Slate librarian resulted ii 6! another tie Mrs. Shelton.e:. Miss-GuHouse Ellis Intro .need An amendment tc the constitution dtvidio? cities of the second class Into subdivisions. A, U and i ; Lyons, ol Newport, an ret providing for the erei Hon ol a new Jail at Newport, and an art provk-Infor the appointment of no official stencgraphei to the Judge of the circuit conrt of CampbeC county, empowering the (.ovincton school worth of bonds to erect board lo issue i7 a school bulidinu, and also aa act declarday a leyal holiday. tc ing Labor establish an industrial school of reform: to prevent fr ud in canning fruit; c amending the I iw In tc pav nbroVer to prevent the withholding of wages In work, ' shops of this state. The Judiciary commluee'i substitute for the Gr. zUul a bill was reported to the house just before protest noon. Urazlanl entered hl enra'-s- t asjainst the yubslitute for his bliL and spo)e some time, nut, further dispu.e v. as out 00 for by tho Joint assembly. FHANKFOuiy Sr-T' I ? KENTUCKY LAWMAKERS Bill to EKtKlillch a Krfnrm chcot Intro- 'fnr tlm nut. dnr,ect;-sabtUi- ile Antf-1'ooi 1 t ; 0l rcfc-enc- How no Knew. "I mused 2ttle patch of Tommy Ma. I know why babies go he voiinc woman . in front of the mir- - i to Heaven when they die. O. 1k.siilkt." "W-union. - ... y . .. Mother Why. my boy? The law recommended is much the ror. "L uau it at my tongue a enu a. Tommy They haven't any teeth to as that jast passed bv the house ninute ago." Chicago Tribune. tamt! of represent tives of South Carolina. gnash. Town Topics. No Rtce la II s. You don't seem to Mrs. Slimdiet A Question. BY HIS WIFE like rice very well. Mr. Peck. Small Nephew Uncle, why do yon Wan Shot Fatallr as lie CarJhn Flora ried Off the Child. nenry Peck It is associated with always take a dog with you Ky., Jan. 28. John pne of the moat distressing mistakes go out shooting? Are you afraid of tho Bowiino Guken, rabbits? Household Words. farmer of Su- ll ever was guilty of. N. Y. World. Flora is a lphur Springs. Edmonson county, and More Practical. A Heal rfrcasslty. years old, while his is about sixtv-fiv- e He wants to read his title clear If the cycle In war To mansions In the skies; wife is only 26 and very pretty. A few Is to stand under fire, But one or two on earth, for me. Let's all clamor for days ago they quarreled, and Mrs. Would be a nice surprise tire. A bullet-proFlora took their only child and wentto N. Y Recorder -- I A. tV. Bulletin. Sunday of her mother. the home Flora decided ho would secure the child. After .several attempts he final ly got the child and his wife ordered him to stop, and when he refuea to do so s .6 fired both barrels of a shot1 gun into her husband's "legs. He is expected to live, owing to h's not JL. JhaiuorgJ JUL. J&i. age. The child w as unhurt, JR. -and Mrs. Flora tias not been arrested. The affair has created a Lig sensation in Edmonson countv. court-plaster- ?" .. .vht-nyo- u well-know- wiaow cr- heirs of he victim, upon pre--. scribed legal proceeding, wouid prove effectual Mich a law has been found a great benefit in some states of the - Escaped Her. "wonder what has Income of that )l iU ai) fi.i.-R0BERTS.!Les5tb- -- TELEPH0RE 48... aiyi Pleasant Street, sSS, Oi)e-Foifr- tb Pans, Kx;. o 9 10 A. M. ; of H. iular price. THAI'S we BY QFFfCE HOURS 5 TO t TO 4 P USE wmi THE n I TO 5 P. j5ST"SrKciAi.TiE3 : i EYE, EAR, jHOSE. THROAT A'MD CAPITAL CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. FCR A of STOMACH. ... UMTEO TNE I ea M 1 nr Jt E OLD 2 fO LIQUORS use 1 It YEARS OLD. kr Y- -a Tqh af &,a;s-t-v 7&P 5 Pure Old Whiskies for Fanuiv an Medr cinal Uses, in 5 and lo gallon Packages, a specialty. an at a V.a si, HIGH j Niai'okt, rprt saloonkerprr sulcldea. Ky., Jan. 29. Jacol - - I p s, . I " i Mason-Foar- d I -- d oh J sp.-ci- 1 v. John louni' llrown ana hecretarv ol State John W. Hedley were the Jast witnesses examined in tne Mason-Foar- d Co.'s libel suit vs. Trutti Co., i mley and others, Thursday night. Friday morning Sauuiel R. bmitn, Jake Swi- gert, Frank Gray, El Draue, W. IL Posey and G. T. illackley test tied. bmith, bwigert and i'osey were relllshop Dudler bued. Co. te ex quested by the Mason-r'oar- d Lexington, Ky., Jan. 23. Ilishop T. reported; ( Dudley, of Covington, has '"been sued amine the bank books, and that the stubs and cnecks were- the in the Hell county court to enforce lasame, and no evidences of the check borer's lien on a new church in progress having been paid was found. of construction there. Contractor J. Frank V. Gray, Ed 0. Drane and R. I'isher abandoned the w ork a Swigert testified, as employes of tho ago w ithout paying the hands, and last check, bank, they had seen no Bishop Dualey made new conand if there was a cheek they would j iall and ordered the work resumed. tracts have seen it. G. T. lllackley, secretary The structure w.ll "be of stone and cost d Co., went on tlia ' of the Sio.ooa stand at noon. Kentucky I'orse sold. Of Interest to Ura?;lt. Lawkkxcehurg, Ky., Jan. 28. & ISotid, of this place, have sold Frankfort, Ky., Feb. L The State Pharmaceutical society will present a through Crit Davis, the noted driver, bill to the legislature, in u few days, their fast trotting mare, Ollie K, to J. involving an important ami ndmimtto iMalcomb Forbes of Boston, Mass., the the statute concerning pharmacists. owner of Nancy Hanks Ollie K is by The law now requires nil drugstores-iKing Wilkes, dam Chisilla, and has a s cities and towns of over record cf 2:13. In 1S94 she captured to have only registers i poarma- - j money in 21 out of 25 starts. cists to compound prescr.ptions. '1 indebtedness of the State. bill proposes to make this law ap- - j Frankfort. Ky., Jan. 2a Auditor ply to village drugstores as well, whether they have as many as 1,000 or Stone sent to the senate Monday a statement of the present indebtedness 1C0 inhabitants. j of tiie state and the probable deficit Ilachelor. j by June CO, 1S9G The aeficw- by JanuKloned At lth a Enterprise, Ky., Feb. 1. Six weeks ary 6, ls'JG, exclusive of bonds, is estiago Mrs. L N. Jones left here ostensi- - j mated at SI 219,681.57. The deficit by bly on a visit to her parents, at Camp- - June 30, lfc'JG, is estimated at sG4,- ton. the county seat ol Wolfe countv. 733.0L The husband heard nothing from her, Mieep Gofiir Mad. though he had written repeatedly. A Lancaster, Ky , Jan. 28. Messrs. Jas. day or two ago Mrs. Thomas Sw im. a Brothers, sister of Mrs. Jones, received a letter Burnside and Walker this county, two reMrs, prominent farmers of from the parents stating that port Sunday that a number of their Jones had eloped with Joseph Mulliand atsi.eep have aydropnopia gan, a bachelor. tacked each otuer and persons riding Whisky Collections Increased. in the fields, fceveral mad dogs were Lawrexclbukg. Ky., Feb. 1. Re- killed in this locality recent!-- , and it ceipts at the office of Deputy Stamp is supposed that they bit the sheep. Collector James M. Posey, for the month closintr. shows a gratifvinjr in- THii MARKETS. d creae. The collections on whibky are J63.254.G4, 818.000 in excess Cincinnati, Feb. 1. $i"Vi&3.8). spring of any month since the new tariff law Flour Spriaz patent. family. . JS.2ofi3.40, spring went into effect. The corresponding fancy. winter pitent. $.l70i3U3 fancy $t45.".GJ: mouth of last year shows only f milv, Si!W3.0.' extra, SMo&iCJ. low grade. The indications now are that ii. rve ass ii.m. a steady increase will be noted for fuWheat No. 2 red was nominal at 71 7Sc on No. 3 red. track, choice 73a track ture months. c i , Give Their Testlmonr In the Libel fruit. FbajvKFOUT, Ky., ieb. ftiason-Foar- cf 1. Ex-G- o V. ( Icht at an Waltoa, Ky.. Jan. 2i At an entertainment at the JoiiCo schoolhouse, a fight occurred betwetn Ernest and Jess Jones on one Moe and th three Jackson bovs on tho other, in which Jess Jones was seven ly cut. One cut almost severed his leg at the thigh, and Lige Jackson was hit in tho eye, breaKing his spectacles and injuring his eyds. Ernest Jones was arrested ' here Mondav and other warrants have ' been issued. 1 -- Ul vS2 fa M Liquor -- Coiipj, Ore AOVKRTISe. Whoieaale Dealers, ilv-- The greatest number of ek, ,and HEATING . STOVES the greatest variety we have ever had -- ...U u Go e melhod oi inlucUoi b l, rr ence w win jfi? a mor m ot m and Si, Ky. l$io" keepins. bvIliwhe at mail, KM OF PRICE to a hmite-- number ot , , Our method ol lion . superior (o that of anv ott ilufMired of teslieKOHwls ol o testitving to the uterus H oup o Hlc ih our oBce. O ir M inst-uclKONE-FOURTH the excelU ncr- - Iss b-- d itv-Ir- u- and Ses, Joi7e5 & Jeffij - Prices range from and sizes, up l.f S50. All shapes Many designs. Plainest to the S3 n.tiie TWo J's, 2,31. M ! i fanciest Wc can satisfy you in every respect. R K W PTi S3 n SasBBBnal BaaBBaaK Mason-Foar- Im in able instructor, under ot compeici the highest K nttained by correspondence one of our Kentucky sliulents a WlCKLIFFE. K.Y , Oct Capital City Co peka, Kansas I am very hsik Gt TLhMi-with the irxt boolyi. Bsel r stiuction bv mail. Your tiu 11 o paper are up to date not Your temtur caching. ptain. I 11 are ver.) explicit and the science of Booi. keeping m at home just as well, and .u . T 6oard, eti You r. n dVs-re- vent is r the pcroin. - - -- Lil-aar- d . M. r i Richmond, Kv- - Full particHlars sent tree ing this paper Address i 1.O--I- lnuiab-itant- he-ne- juiadisoza. Monis. mental Foreign g" Works. MONUMENTS Ajreuts to soli lie newest nov elties out. Ilus-tlercan five to ten dollars a da. For ):iiticul;ircall on or address. I s nmiL m fwiiKmi 116 W ni.tk-fiot- n 6thbt,loprKi r?" s. - MANlIt'AOTlMIhK AND DKlLKIt IN Willi Sl ,1111), , - and - Aasrican Trns, Mirbls y W ALL-E- & NKLSOX, Iticltniotid. Kv. run Ht il THE SI ORE-- 1 s i 2 s Onr-Lerp- ed - AND GRANITE 'oMKsJ. TaDLKTS, r n ' 1' J IlKAUsroNKs;, nttuuv. JfJSSF"" Kti FINS WORK A SPECIALTY tnuttv-nrtlv ireo tleinen or ladies to travel in Ken f,ir reii.tliic luviise ."salary S7S0 mill expeiiMs. Eucliise vffruuet- and st.,f a Idresss el stftnipetl envelope. The Iiomininn (iiiip.iiiv Tlnrd tUr, Otn. Im BM-Chusigo. N-ertui-kvpo-i-ti- on r "A7'ANTKlv the "C vidoor to ll Jewe'lrv - NOW Ot Lll, Sn-tS- Poss, E 6 J one-legg- tax-pai- Corner Francis and Iivine Streets. 13 It" Richintitid, Ky. YourTr.itle Solicited sg Work dflivfrpil lo .my juirt of iIip MONEY LOAN Si, ie J5T" Write- - lnr Desi-zn.itid Prices. On improved faruiMii Mailis,m countv, Ky , at per em, nuni .111n11.1l interest OKO.O. mZIKIJ. Projirielor aaVA m O eZa? no tniii!!iibion thare-- l Addr. s SSHLEt VANBURENs. (5 1 W. Davv, room 17, Loin.s-villt-.Ky- iiSQ-iM- For bluitk .tppli. .Uious md other intoriiiatioii uiipnrt- - of J. TKVIS C0B11, Attorney. -- (" Uiclntioiiij. K.v. Kenjon m deo i;uililinr, wtvia e CHICAGO. O't-r-- a y-- tll-- k J Fc-- b i ld M-- -- e es Ellen Long, a promising yonng lady of Whitesburg, was caught in a fast movCt ing spindle and thrown violently around it several times. Her agonizing screams were heard by her father, a Veal. Calves Fair to trood light, who rusued to the scene only to find 6.25 extra. 6.S0. common and Urge JIM i his daughter lying unconscious near 5.U0. HOGS slelect shippers' none- select butchby It is thought the wounds will 3j 4 3 fair to good p losers'. ers', prove fatal. 44.) 4 0 fair to good light, 4.10 4.25 com1. Sergent, Ky., Feb. Caucht In a splnille. Miss No. mixed, track .S 2 mixed (country point, near clt ) 30c mixed No.3Yellew track.30c, No. car tr ck. S white irack r9 OaTs s,alea. No 2 mixed, trac't 21c s3.50 le Fair to Rood shippers 15 fair to Kood to choice butchers si7-butchers, iiiintiC'. common, iloOj medium Cors Sales No "SS-c rit-s- , .aAR nm. ataw-a- Jis j aans i-- m :.i a ar. hs,- as, c- Uf w$ i j-- tp'&k vnsN ... The Big Store AT YOUR HOMC. THZlNSTANTREUEFrouoETFBOH t?t HI iiS I ' a i i . i Mnitll sirator s W.l-.!- a fl Duce W uur WW.. ' 74-l- im ragb be-s- CO fa-- 11 - St w - 1 j lllood-l'olsnnli- ir. Vitu--da- - Hie-at- t, biood-poisoni- i TeM ili UrfiV 1 k Jan. 3a Toe postmasters v re ap KMated for Kentuckv: Alva ton. eAMnty J D. Stark; liirdie. Ander-ai . W H. Carter; Colville. liar mm eMut- -, J. H. Ihinnin ton; Msfoflin coantv, Mrs. Allaf CnUbitworth; Van-Garrard county W. A. ; iiLithurff. Washingtoi oovatv. W. B WAiauvOTON, Ya-rrL-)- na. e lliaITA. rntsnerft. Owingsvili.f, Kv.. Feb. a Two Mor mon elders. John J Peat and J W. Lake Citv and Brisr-haHanson, of City, have arrived heie in the interest of the Mormon church. The Mormon Heavy shipment of libac-a- for TrlaL E 1 Edelen, the Negro who snot Mr Moreland Graves, the section foreman of the L. and N., in this city last summer, was arrested in Louisv.lla Wednesday and xetnrned here for trial. Detective Meyer-madthe arrest. James R. Dant, of Loretlo, made an assignment Tnura-da- y. brb-im- Leranon, Ky , Jan. Returned to 31 e Ti Gov. Kr.. Jan. 30 Ibwilev has violated the long castora o' fit n'j Fridiv for tne exveetiun of criiu.na is. Tne mandate of the onarl af appeals was givn aim Wdnesiy in the case of Henry he Neifro brute from Lvvington, ami e fixed Wednesday, April 29, for him to hang. FKANKFKT, estab-IMie- ti - s l ment is on foot to have Ashland joined in tne general telephone exchange with Catlettsburg, Huntington and Fkankfokt. K . Jan 3fl. A bill has or Not. Guvandotte. The company is a local 1 Oil fB Btrs'ced in tne house for the cember, lo9V MiEfP o More Hallo', for Librarian. Frankfort, Ky.. Jan. 31. The sen- one. charging SI 50 a month for busi- !4t5 6j"90 aKD ' ambs Choice4.to prime limbs, parpose ot establishing nouses of !0. mixed sheep light to fair, J3 9J partisan fight Thurs- ness telepnones and 1 a month ior good to prime handy cu Is and fair, Frankfort. Kv., Feb. 3 Lieut.Gov. ate had a red-hfor girls and liovs and provioiu? $1.75 ,2. Js export nheep i3 "s'3j0. 'or tlreir government. It was drawn Wortninton announces that the lawI ' day morning on a resolution which tho residences. IkdiavaP ilis. nd, Feb. 1. democrats sprung, providing for the Vf IlliRms nptnrod. and was referred requires a state librarian to be electe j oy "Ht. Cat'LE No quot:.b e change In themirket Greenup, Ky., Jan. 31. Deputy U. to the committee on prisons and nouses during the month of January, and th t appointment of a committee of three jjoi,, oood to choee medtim anil heavy. he will take no more ballot in join to call on Dr. Hunter, the republican S. Marshal Benjamin Ward passed of reform. ed Ilim to JITore, office. nominee for senator, and if possible through here with John Williams, session for ths.t 1. f iMur to linn Ho frnzed at her bloomers uscert-iifrom him if he is a natural wanted in Morgan county for assault. Lawbkvc Cii, Kv, Jin. 31 John In r"ivor of tl !f fcutnnt. With laughter lone drawn, ized citizen. He was recently released from the Till the sight of hi? tailor Ky . Fvn.3. 'I he MeLaMpalin wno.ittempled suicide bv Siux.nvvii.i-K- . The repuublicans opposed it, and Caused him to move on. a like at Frankfort for seKMeting hunseif in the Oreast. suit ins- uie t br Krf c Bloom arain-Cincinnati Unquirer. Lieutenant Governor Worthington Williams was captured in Ohio. two weeks aro. was fra itic to comJacob Araham for defawation was tic-- j trep.) finally voted the resolution out job bi blowinpoat nis brains ci d jury, after being COMrOIlTINO INl'OxtruATION. The plete the Well Known Horse Tr luer Dead. order. Lexington. Ky., Jan. 31 The well out two hours, relurneu a verdict fur of There was a sharp passage of words t time, bat no'i ti.at his life is despaired of hr is anxiOHs to get the mi. thoroughbreds, John between Senators Nell, of Adair, and knovvn trainer of 47. died at his home well. 51. Gentry, aged sold. I.ii d ilr j Bronston, of Lexington, whica created INtstnntst-Adsnift l hers Louisville, Kv.. I eo. 1. A decree some excitement at the time, but pared of consumption. He had premore aerbv winners than any Uhohoktown- - Kv.. Jan. 3. Mr. passe I off without serious conflict. in lhi United waeniired TJavtd A. A i .ms has secured his other western trainer. He began life Kentuc-tyFricourt, district of a resolution similar to that present-- i of Georreton n. as ordering a sale of ed in the senate had previously been as a jockey for Henry Clay's on, John, by Jud e aad will laie )sss1on of the ofhee day propertv of arr Kentu-kstore Destroyed by Firo. Union offered in the house, and was likewise the nttxt ixf ray. H s bondsmi-- are Col the Kv., Jan. 31 The HorKiNSViLLE, the ca? of J. Kenneav declared out of order by Speaker Land in H. is. Ai derson and Judge Jas. B. store of E. F. Griffin, at Elmo, was deTod & to , of New York Over 30J.001 Blanford. Afterward several republi The bond is J.0 ; iTs KVV.asiv a acres of mountain lands will be sold cans attempted to make statements! stroyed by fire Thuvday morning. t,i?j j. m ft"Sv: concerning Hunter, but were cut off Total loss S5.000, with SI. 000 insurance. llellr of "Sf'son vet aid Liabilities. and a debt of 1.500.000 sav.sfisd. Most of the contents of the post office, IrHS Locisvillk, Ky.. Jan 30 The bv objections from the democratic laiane. which was kept in the building, were of th Belle of Nehxin D Uilery side. & Louisville Ky., Feb. L Edwin also destroyed. Co. Wedaesaav nre ented in court a TWO UMPIRES n Tourist Did anyoneevergctdrowned letter carrier, an I liabilities Brown, a statement of the Kentucky X'oat Unices Discontinued. ; - in fills lake? mmassets. was pnt in jail Friday morning nnd In the Quarrel lletween Gov. Bradley and as follows: Liaoil-t.es- . Washington, Jan. 3L The followwith lunacy. The request Boatman Yes; but only strangers. Sir. Ehrdmnn. 'HaS.SIP The frar imenl receipts are char-reltof twit. rtffines In Tventtipkv hnvo htpn was made by the family, as he was m Louisville, Ky., Jan. 3L It appears discontinued: Rac, 5Iereer countv, Fliegende Hldetter. uotiaiated at $11,727 v ol- - it that it was not safe for h.m to now that the political difficulty be- mail to Nevada; Shermanville, Pulaski Ration tble. In soptircM ''.oW V o ence. be kept at home. Gov. Brauley and Hon. county, mail to Bethel Ridge; Wades-bortween "They say yonng is literally FbankpoKT. ky.. Jan, SO. Tre sng- Charles Enrdman, of this city, liorrlble Meed. I Calloway county, mail to Dexter. wedded lo hi.s art and will not inarrj." gatstton of Gov. Bra Uey in nis message , settled without the exposure Henry w 14" Feb. 1. Louisvii.lu, Typical Kentucky Home llnrnetL Because he naturally concludes that Mas been acted upon by Mr Loffinan, Berca of state secrets, though it is not Shabpsburg, Ky., Jan. 31. The resi- - marriage is a failure, I presume." county, who introduced a dark was killed for a nickel at of Latran possible that friendship can be - He was shooting Kr., FridavM. Hampton, Wll .to sHpuresS mob violence and fix decot. It is understood here that dence of Maj. G.destroyed by near Brooklyn Life. . ;. craps with two men named Holly and i .. . fire. Aloorefield, was ". ; iBtr.weHi.uesoncounMesxu.vvuicu IlaQlcd. 0ne held Clarlc. while the, the adjustment of the difficulty has The home was an old one, but a tvp- may oecar. .shot a hole in his heart, accord- - been left to two umpires, and it is ical Kentucky home. LossaboutSa.OOO; other First Poet Did you get a check for said that CoL Bradley is. represented '..v. .. j your poem thai you read to me awhile GiRi-town- . Kv , Jan. 30 Tne " by Col Michael Rooney, a prominent insurance, $2 .100. ogo? Hartley. Thre Inriiciiuenis ralnst . r of tax supervisors of board .vied cal asoclatlco Meeting-. Poet No; my aspirations got David democrat, but a warm, personal friend LunisTiLLK, Ky.. Fei 1. tv increased the assessment Flkmingbbui.g, Ky., Jan. 3L The of the governor and a gentleman of nx. n 4? live rii n the capital stock of tdru- - ' Hartley, wnose disappearance from MIUVU UllJlUIUISblb DiViii U UliUliO OUWIi Northeastern Kentucky Medical asso- - n check. Somervillc Journal. nl s.sra eatiA lril and assignment Untpprecl t tire. pi Kes at SOl.OoO. There was omitted here immed atelv after the convened in annual session e son D.stUiia s tx. as the principal one involved in the ciatioc 7,300. Toial increase, of the Lelle of r,y the assessor ifrs. Newago A Cafiforiui girl is here Thursday, ine election of offtnreataned exposure. caused sucii a sensation, was indicted , S3l2,20a icers for the ensuing year takes place learning blaeksinithing. Wnatdoyqu j tnree times for the alleged duplicating ' think of that? ltahe's sKall Crashed. M ill lie x caitrti. ate. Friday. Lancaster. Ky., Jah. 31. A ripple Wolnan-Ilate- r 1 IIixrDE"i:sox. prcsiirneshe haa Kr.. Jan. 30 It is of warehouse Conaecraled ns Ilishop. v of excitement avjs caused in this city Drsi k i aroollc AcuL stated liere that titate bf nator N. P. Louisvtllk, Ky., Jan, 3i. At St. pretty arms. N. Y. WfeeklgT ' tnt-efinning-oThursday bv the a box con- An irew'st church, at nooil Tnursday, L Ufwcati.e. Ky.. Feb.Hen-s- s,The Tavlor-will be a in I .ut- - for flelegato y OeauL'te Concorn-t- taining the bodv of a white mfnnt. Jl v. Lewis Win. Burton, vwis in tolonim of B. F from this district t,ei.heoavlohaLdemo-crau- c veur-oi- d "I thoughf he showed a gc-dral Ll.ng about pulled a bottle of caroolic . The tkull had been crushed and it was bisnop of the Epucojial diocet coi vention. of concern when I told htm.'you were of Lexington. acid from a ciosut shelf and drank: tne .evident tnat the child had been " I J i, ds. In Rale scitn. ill." dying in agony before med-- j dered immediately after Its birth. Tne MOB VIOLENCE. Kv . Jan. 39. The bouse rRAXivi-oR"No doubtrl owe him 55C." Chicago body was in a roug-- box and nad ben ical assistance could be sutnmone i. ' rrasseu 51r- HU's hill toralse tnoney in ' Gov. "llrstfley Hinua "avr 1'atird to Aid Record. 1 duff UP h7 df& HralnedUi. Wlf". "Ul. a I luh. taxa- distrletb the Heirs ofyictlnis. mv cdmmon Louisville, Kv., Feb. L Tnoinas I Hard oi II Im. Kentucky l'on.ioners. FBAEFORT, Ky., Jen-2?-. The jot-1 turn for'ic3iool pnrposer1. of WASHINGTON, Mrs. Nesvlywcd How your mother Combs, a fratricide and Jan. 31. The follow- - ernor ent tne loilowinir c i'armcr Assttrns. i jD Pcrry countv. went home arnnic pensions were issued to Kentuck- "' to the house and ben ato Monday hates mo! night and brained his wife Original; William Jjee Taylor, afternoon: 5lr-- Newlywed Why so? . O.er, ianner and" tracer, ttbsigned Thursdav t . .. i..n,in r, mrtr lsk4 t . iucrc.iac; Russell Jon en. v. 4T14.44 r "She thinks I'm good enoug-l- for "Oiwrr.HMKX lAfuibriuc. t I know that you, V ednesday for 517,501 jjce nursuit of the innmerer. Edtsons"n. in common with all good citizens, yoa. Bay City Chatv jViichael A Schneider. Louisville. .Origi t .low at 1 j - ic-a- it deplore mob yiolence. J respect - , rani' thlld Jlnrod to Death. t nal nmuK, etc.: jumiij uit'sop, 5ian- iulty Fu.a.nk' RT Kv., Jau 20 Senator' that J. "XiU'slnn.nawoT- that depends; nl .Tl T WJ1UIH, f Leranon. .1 Kv-- , Feu te.1. Ethel, n !it CUm, 1Tn.tA H. L. 11 a. t . .of a lav7 nxaicing No 6 W.J, UlUi th UJ coonly , jiPJ. 1Eail sucltdlfrerontlivea; ..Llia Valley. Adair; Martha A JJradley, where .neb" a erime iscominittod leablo 1 With fnftsiy. though, most ovcrj'thtsig . .3 h. 7 ,j paxseiiby me ocna.te oy aj Wonv v..4. , v .w. 3sP to 7. . ia tls aiMn - ot S50p.WaUiwiUbWfeH-,-- l aura, (. 14 t rHIDr , jiaMn-'tti' ." J t k' J . I"- n;-Reform House. i J be-v- y. Lawrkncf.uuhg, Kv., Jan 29 The record for tobacco shippitg in this section was broken Monday night, when tnis county sent 12 car loads (about 100 hogsheads) to Louisville to be pat on tne breaks and sold Tuesuay. elders will crusade in this community Held Up by root p for two i r three months, if they are Ky., Jan. 29 Isadora allowed to remain. Williams, a bcott county farmer, who I at tur-tSe Knob. in court day . 3. Winfield protracted was hold up festivities into Danviilk. Kr., by footpads in the nignt, Blev,n charged with horse steiling, darK alley Tuesday morning, badly in thf knobs, six miles a was beaten up and robbed of S3.. from this citv. Saturdar night, and Fell Down Malrs. brought to jail here. Blevins is a Hoi'KiNSViLLE, Ky., Jan. 29 Miss brother of Gano Blerins, who was Cuttle Koacti. a popular society lady, killed by Eugene O.vens. fell down stairs. She htrucK upon her Shrlbv'c t olt0cllin head, which was badly bruised, an 3. Collections Lfxington, Ky.. Feb. arm was broken ami she also received in the seventn internal district, as serious internal injuries shown by reports in the office- of CoPARTISAN FIGHT llector V allace M. Snelby for the month of January. 1S9G. 'oot" up S1J0 5.M.07, In the Kentnrary srnate Over the Onestlon, an increase of S4,18s.51 over thatof De- At nether Hunter Is a Naturalized Amcrl-ra- n d F.-b- Liabilities about 510,000. Nintht Death in a Well. Covington. Kv., .Tan 31. From Florence. Ivy., comes word of the suicide of an aged woman, Mrs. JL Call, bhe was 72 tears old, and an invalid. Her ailments caused despondency, and Thursday morning, at tne residence of she jumped into her daughter-in-law- , a well, meeting death. i "liTtirice h. 25-- M mon and rough. hiiLhi' ami f. MBsbheop Extra, ill" 1 3.7j. gocd tochoue., iito common to fair, 1. 0 2.50. Limns Extra. 4.7i good to choice, !3.2.-- l Ol 4fli common to fair " Wool Unwished: Fine merino par lb 85 13"J14o Be quarter blood clothl'ig medium dc.alne and clothlnir.il 13c. coirso. medium combine l.Vc Washed- Fine merino, XtoXX.parlb. 11t 4c medium clothing Ific. delaine fleece. I ISc long combing, 141215c; quarter blood and low 13al4c. NrvvYoiiK. Feb. 1. Wheat Vo. 2 red. Fcbru rj. 74 75?ie: JIa-cMay, 7'i TiVic June. 7i75-'c73 July 7 i 7i February, 36 ilay, 36"j Con. Xo. 2. 6.37'c.,, Oats , No. 2, western. 2J28c: February, 25c; "May. S24Jia CnicAoo reb. l C.Uls on Mav whfat opened at C8Mc, list 69c Puts opened at 6 . so'd at 6u:, prly. 3.--- 3ol Wrfl Eer-fwser- i i pi it PI Moibu- C U R IiS sollc, Cranps, Dianhota, -, Smells Good, Tastes Good, at 2C;c Sold hfpr jvirn!("Mr- - r.-s.w. 5". Flu- -. Cholera Nauoca, CaangcS of Water, etc. HEALS Cl s.Pjrns, Knuses S ratcbes, Eites o( aii. s. Sclents. T s, e --. Onrpc, Influenza BREAKS UPK-Jfods.- L. Croup, Sjre Tar at, etc codUius vo rr-- Bet c. No 50c &4 one a lif iiM4 &j iauch as - Pr Dorrs Good every time. Re'i", bute-No parti- i- liming claims against O D itllet. I. censed, are ntitifi. it to hl stnie pnj erlv provn by March let, IhSk.. fr faoie will belmrred. r- iinuis. nn i,e left vrith M. I? bill kli' I FaliOai Handsomely illustrated and I t beginning to end with s. from our immense stocks 1. promptly on application ?ar. HbVK-- i 1). .s'llKPPI.BT, C?i,5JTiTr T&i&fyacm&fr oQ'CCryfA?- ???? . .r... i'Kii'iurii 1.1, u. - s!SsfesS;SJ C I) AilititilMritor. Shihplbt, Ienfat?-il- , ' When sendine for it menu paper. arrt-ste- d I William smith Acquitted. Wii.LiA,tsnuRG, Ky.. Jan. 3L William Smith was acquitted of the murder of Joseph Eversole and Nicholas Combs in Perrv county several years ago. The evidence was purelv circum-stantiaSmith is a brother of "Bad who was hanged at JackTom" I st 3c. 3viiC price at sold 30. O'lls Ho on Mav cora opened Tt 3t "c. sold 3i"--, 31H& 30S4c, last WnnvT No. 2 red spot end 7lMe Xay,7'i 7ic souibern. Baltimore, '""h-u-irj, p .co 7- at Puts opened ut "OSc- - Feb. L 71") 7 &. L son for murder. .May - Ashland, Ky., Jan. et heoper 31. A move- Mixed sipjt and Kcbruarv. 33"f ''""Jc: 3 1j, 34c Mar, 35 ejfe steamer mixed 31 3 He southern. 325 t34c Oat No. - white vrestern. iS'.c No. 2 mixed do HH i21c nearbv. western. rf4''a Rve No. 2, BUKFvlX Feo. ri 10 f to choice fat Cattle Good steers, iZ.Ja'&ao ilr.light to fair, cows. 25 vOO veals, .4.0 8.00 he vy fed calve i 20 '300 4 40 4.45 mixed medlu ns Iloos Yorkers, J4 40; pigs, 440ij4 4o, roughs. 3.7i and lurch okn 1 j re-fur- m ot As-icra- 1 J J l n pen-itent.a- rv tw-c- e - 1 te j ai-Bt- d-f- en T iA'-cu- it j I enra-masfie- , r -- Ja4V)ai' sw -- -- 1 v n Fin-nei- L letter-Carri- er Zar sj w :'sSm -- - X &&& weli-Know- H Iii - Order to .Reduce Our Immense Stock - S70-.!2- " of 1 o, I'nj-nte- r K-.- -: c We will To-D- ay Beariu a New Pall and Winter Clothiiisr, . 'rS TTl i LaXA 1L , , -- J "scott-coiin- - I j Set-on-d J usi-esse- rvsi 1 I is-- t Vi I ! i . stv' d m And sell then) at a Greatly Eediu-ePrice. Our line of Suits and Overcoats is by far the largest and best in town. we nave all grades, and in. whatever you mav want. " " Come and Giit a Bargain. ' x O d iaf'l as n vi ALE I u P- - - .. -- - e -- f - Vo-- conse-ciate- d tnur-conteat- s, " T J - -- 1 &diM mW mes-satr- -- -- .- i TAIL ORS AND 2?L.T u . -4-, , - ( aw'X- -' r OTHIERS, TGEJCnSTTD, ZlT &L.--J J , Rc-jssu- et -- 1 1 STZEezerEo: ., i thec-nacttnen- s P-- priz-tignti- lour-year-o- m D"rBMv"ti yu ' ) LTilP. ml f .. . . i -- -- r I U - ';A,'?iu'r','' -f V- -- r asaa'I " L'&tt 'V " g n4 ' ! 4 JB" -- v Hi a. s s? '- - S. 51 w- li - ' T5-I V "" fes f2r 2 . , M S. '- ' s. If " - -"V. - ti j o . . - - V -i. 9, - Js-' '; j iiBK&BEBS!&&BS&&lr' f r . t tj.a. W '' ' Fstll. . ii ,.. 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