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With Tom Reed backing- the nefarious scheme, it would have been impossible for Mr. Ilitt to have prevented the passage of some sort of resolutions of censure. Realizing this fact he was able to modify the partisan assault in great measure. Neerthe-leseven as modified in the committee by the influence of its chairman, the resolutions are disgraceful to our common countrj. Individually Ambassador Bayard will not suffer. His record for statesmanship and patriotism is unimpaired. But in its days of most flagrant abuse of power the republican party nexer did a more disreputable act than this recent attempt to discredit our ambassador to Great Britain. s, RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, ARE SMALL POTATOES. Republican Senators Ought to Be Ashamed of Themselves. To Gain a Little Partisan Capital for tbe Presidential Campaign Thcj Jeopardize tbe Welfare of the Country. L896. NUMBER 36. 8 "R I TYbtt an ordinary aian eats and the way he eats it would be enough to ghe dyspepsia to an ostrich unless the ostrich weie wise enough to as sist his digestion from time to efficient laB"3fr:;iMi7 nation of combivegetable Klnirt! fSuch a prepara 7f jw m tion is Doctor Pierce's Pleasant i-fV-- 75 time with an ' f - those who some- times eat the wrong things and too n uch They stimulate action in all of tlie digestive organs They stop sour windy belchings. heartburn, flatulence and cure constipation, bilious-nrs- s dyspepsia, indigestion, sick headache and kindred derangements They are gentle, but prompt in removing offending matter from the stomach and bowels, and have none of the unpleasant features of other pills. Tney do not gnpe and cause no violent shock to the system One little " Pellet is a laxative Two are mildly cathartic One taken after dinner insures perfect digestion, sound sltep and an absence of foul breath in the morning Thev are unlike ordinary pills, because you do not become a slave to their use. They not only afford temporary relief, but rffect a permanent cure Once used they are always in favor. Your name and address on a postal card will bring a free sample package of 4 to 7 doses. World's Dispensary Medical Association. Buffalo, N Y. CAUTION. Dr Pierce' Pleasant Pel-leit s an 'asy name to remrmber IXin't let some designing dealet persuade you to take some pills represented as "just as Rood ' He mikes more profit on the ' just as good kind That's why he s to sell them That's the reason why you better not take item ts pre-fei- Pellets. They are the pills par excellence for TnUBMAN. THE TILLMAN TIRADE. Whst President Cleveland Thinks of Its Author. The Anarohtstto Vawper from South Carolina Uai Hart Nobody lint Uimsslt An Explanation from the Vice President. Washington, Jan. 4. (Special.) Congress has been in bession continuously for two months. There is a republican house and a republican senate, and the republican party is responsible for all legislation. But no legislation of national importance has been transacted. It is not likely that an business will be done, no matter how long congress may remain in session. It is manifested from day to day thatthe republican party is carrying out the programme originally outlined by Speirker Reed when he assumed thegaelon the first Monday in December last. It was then declared that the h congress would "be distinguished for what it does not do." Popular opinion wa3 aderse to that Fifty-fourt- ng WILL NOT HUKT BAYARD. The President Determined to Stand by the Ambassador. A Moderate View of Jic Republican tempt to Dlftrredlt (tor at the Court of 8C James. At- Ilepre-tenta- tl. Washington, Feb. 8. (Special.) In the national liou.se of reprwentatives the republicans hae avoided all issues of national importance up to date and propone to continue a policy of inertia. In order to deceive the people with the fnnfaranade of folne pretenses they hare decided to attack our ambassador to (treat 11 ri tain with a vote of censure localise of hia utterances at the dinner tables of hia personal friends in England and Scotland. Ambassador Bayard hoN not only made a great many personal friends for himself, but has endratored to make friends for his country. It is in diplomatic circles re policy, and a part of the garded on bounden duty of every ambassador and minister, to inculcate friendly relations w ith tbeleodingpeople of the countries tow hicli they are accredited. Inthe fulfillment of this important diplomatic dutt Ambassador Bayard has said many pleasant things to the people of Great Britain, and, thereby enhancing hln pergonal popularity in that country has increased his influence for the welfare of this republic The speeches of Ambassador Bayard which hae leen made the subject of partisan assault in the house of were in some drgroe indiscreet Some of the bet friends of Bayard say that in his laudable endemor to placate public wnti-mehe seems to hae said more than Nevertheless, was really necessary. many prominent republicans, who hae personally known Ambassador Baard and who understand him fully, fci Uiat he is a true American, a patriot, and o statesman of whom his country may well be proud. If it were not n for the fact that the presidential approaches and thai the republican party is without an Issue, no attention would have been paid to his utterances of either house of congress. The republicans, howevci. hate determined to make an issue of Ambassador Bayard and to impugn his patriotism in order to thereby create an impression among the pecple that the democratic party is responsible for all of the ills which hae come upon our country during the past, three years, and to emphasize their campaign plan by asserting that free trade is a menace to the interests of our country. They do not stop to think, nor do they care, that the humiliation of an ambassador of this country for campaign purpoea in a deeper humiliation to our republic than It can possibly lie to the honorable gentleman whose name is Involved, or to the party of which he is a distinguished and worthy represents tire. With the infatuation of party blindness and carelessness, the republicans hove started this issue; and thereby they have brought discredit upon our people and upon our No other country has ever nation. suffered Ruch before the world. President Cleveland and Secretary Olney are satisfied with the services of Ambassador Bayard. Neither one of them has ever said aught save in praise No matter of that eminent officjal. vrhnt the house of representatlvea.in Its pnroxyxns of potrisan rancor jalght say or do. Ambassador Bayard would be retained and maintained at his post. The petty eavies and Jealousies of d shoutrrs of republicanism will not affect the standing' and integrity of a worthy publio servant, as long as Orover Cleveland is in the white house. But the action of the republicans of the bouse must necessarily attract world wide attention. The people of Europe nre thus informed that the American republic is rent with dissensions, nnd that our institutions are unstable. Therein lies the real danger nnd disgrace of the partisan outcry. By the passage of the resolutions censuring Ambassador Bayard, every one of our rmbapsadors and ministers to foreign countries is more or less They are made to feel that their best endeavors are liable to misconstruction at borne; and the diplomats of other nations look upon them as lacking- power and responsibility in their positions. It Is fortunate for our country'that there is one man in the house of representatives, on the republican sideof the house, who is an American first and n republican afterwards. Congressman Jlitt, of Illinois, chairman of the house committee on foreign affairs, is much broader nnd bigger than the aggregaTuuBitAjr. tion of political zanies who surround Swigs Whisky. Honey In him. He was at one time pri vate secreThe Swiss government made a profit tary to Senator Oliver P. Morion, of Indiana. Afterwards he was a clerk of about 200.000 last year on lis in spirits. in the department of state. Then, for about ten years, he was nn assistant Ry tbe Card. secretary of state; and hence js thory Brae Van Pelt told me amenities of 7SS the most gifted liar be ever met. I oughly familiar with the diplomatic life. Every democrat, and Bg!ey Well, .fee's a ooasoisseur. fiery trse American eitksea, will pc repre-hentatnes nt long-whisker- v cam-puig- narrow-minde- e. - Washington. Feb. 6. (Special.) "Senator Tillman, of South Carolina, is not a democrat," says 1 have no doubt Crisp, of Georgia, that he will be charged to the democratic party and that his speech in the senate will be regarded as a democratic senatorial repudiation of the democratic administration." Mr. Crisp is not the only democrat of prominence in the national capital who repudiates Tillman and his utr terauces. As a matter of fact Senator Tillman is a populist. He was regarded as a member of that party when be was elected to the senate; was counted by the populist fienators as one of theii number; and only decided to call himself a straight democrat w hen he came to Washington and entered the senate last December, lie was elected by a combination of recalcitrant democrats with the body of the populists of South Carolina, just as Senator Butler, of North Carolina, was elected to the senate by a similar combination in that state. Although Senator Butler has taken a scat on the republican side of the senate he is honest enough to state that he is a populist, while Senator Tillman sits on the democratic side of the senate chamber and asserts that be is a democrat. The recent sensational speech of Senator Tillman is generally regarded as the most disgraceful utterance that has been made upon the floor of the senate for very many years. A number of senators say that if the speech had been delivered during a campaign in any public place it might have met with approval, because of the many truths old by the senator in a homely manner; but the utterance of such a tirade upon the floor of the senate wa altogether out of order, without precedent, and receives, as it deserves, general condemnation. Although the senator who delivered the harangue claims to be a democrat, no sensible citizen will suppose for a moment that his utterances can be charged to the Senator Tillman democratic party. is a political freak, ne will strut about tbe legislative stage for six years and then drop into the oblivion to which all terrible nightmares are consigned. Immediately after the utterances of Senator Tillman became public property, the Washington correspondents of republican papers and the editorial writers in similar partisan newspapers began to taunt the democrats with sneers concerning this new accession to the democratic party. It would be just as rensonable to charge Senator Puffer, of Kansas, the populist, to the republican party, berepubthe cause he sits on lican side of the senate chamber. Senator Allen, of Nebraska, the populist who spoke continuously for 15 hours on the silver purchase repeal bill, was elected by a republican legislature; but he is a populist, and it would be unfair to charge him to the republican party. Senator Kyle, of South Dakota, was elected by a republican legislature, but it would not be right to charge him to the republican pirty. because he is a populist. The only difference between tho populist senators from Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota and the populist senator from South Carolina is that the latter has recently proclaimed himself to be a member of the democratic party, without the consent, of that party. He may swing his pitchfork, use billingsgate, wave the red flag of anarchy and otherwise disgrace the United States senate, but he cannot make himself a democratic leader. The speech of Senator Tillman was aimed at the white house, but oversboi the mark. A democratic senator who has long been on terms of personal friendship with President Cleveland called at the executive mansion on the day after the delivery of the speech nnd incidentally referred to the matter, when the president said: "I was not surprised when informed that Senator Tillman was delivering a speech denunciatory of the administration and filled with personal abuse of the president and members of his cabinet. That is what Mr. Tillman canfc to Washington for. I was not amazed nor startled when I read the speech, because 1 had long known the characteristic qualities and radical methods of the new senator from South Carolina. I presume that he will deliver other speeches of a similar character from time to time. It may do him good and will do no one any harm except in as far as it may bring contempt upon the senate." Secretary Carlisle was called upon and asked for his opinion concerning the new senator and his new style of 6peech making, and Secretary Carlisle said: "I have been a democrat all of my life and have been before the public for many years, and my political public career is in itself all of the answer it seems to me should be necessary to an assault of that kind." In reply to an inquiry made by your correspondent. Vide President Stevenson said: "Those who have criticised me do not understand the fact that the rules of the senate give the presiding-officeno authority to interfere with the utterances of senators. Tt is only when one senator callsanotVr to order that the vice president is called upon to lay the question of order before the senate. It is not proper for the vice president in his chair or in his private room toexpress any opinion concerning the orderly conduct or disorderly conduct of members of the senate." President Clceland presented in a forceful and able manner the unfortunate condition of the treasury and asked congress for relief. The hecM-tarof the treasury in an elaborate report to congress fully set forth the critical condition of our national finances and national credit; but the republicans in both houses of congress practically ignored the appeals which were so fervently made. Por three years business has been prostrate and almost paralyzed. Our working people have been either without work or with employment at greats ly reduced wages. From one end of the land to the other conditions of dire distress have prevailed and continue to prevail. The operations of the McKinley bill produced these condiBefore President Harrison tions. left the white house an order was made for the issuance of bonds to maintain the gold reserve, but the order was withdrawn. When '!- y policy, nnd it was not belieed that the republicans would dare to remain inacthe at such a critical period in the history of our county. land became president the disasters which were superinduced by the policy of extreme protection became palpable to the people, and blame for unfortunate conditions was placed upon the democratic administration, which had neither part nor parcel in the formation of the McKinley bill. President Cleveland immediately notified the country of the condition which he found exist-ain the treasury, called an extra sion of congress, and asked for congressional action. The democratic house and senate offered such relief as appeared most feasible .and yet the tjdc of disaster has not been stemmed. The jieople who had suffered believril that a legislative change should occur, and by their otes elected a house of representatives with a large republican majority; and also gave the senate control into the hands of the republicans. In behalf of the people President Cleveland .asked them for bread and they have given him a stone. The bills which were passed by the house of representatives were never intended to become laws. They were passed solely for the purpose of deceiving the people. The republicans of the house who loted for the tariff bill and the bond bill did so with the understanding that the senate would prevent either bill from becoming a law. The senate has withheld action until this date and has ghen no indication of intention to act uponeithermeasure. Instead of patriotically endeavoring to relieve the country from the sufferings which had been brought about by former republican legislation, the republican senate is playing politics with an indifference to the needs of the executive department which cannot be fitly characterized in parliamentary language. The senpte committee on finance, which has charge of the tariff and bond bills, has withheld reports on those measures. With a party cowardice almost unparalleled in history, the republicans of the senate hate sent forth to the country the statement that (senator Jones, of Nevada, who is a populist, has the balance of power in that committee; and that nothing can be done without hia consent. Tbe folly nnd fallacy of this subterfuge can be easily made apparent. The repnblic- nt Higheit of all in Leaveninj Poiter. Latest U. S. Goi't Report Baking Powder M&QIJUmX PURE bosss-H ans organized the committees of the senate in their own way. in their own time, nnd without democratic oposi tion. Republicans named trie members of tbe committees on finance as well ay ali other committees. They knew that Senator Jones, of Nevada, would take; exactly the stand w hich he has taken. The republicans made Senator Jones a member of that great committee solely because, with the instincts of political, cowardice, they desired to use him as, a buffer for their own protection. The people know very well that Senator Jones is neither great enough nor good enough to throttle the United States senate. The republican managers, however, have put him forward as a scarecrow. By emphasizing the potential position of Senator Jones they hope to make excuse for outrageous republican indifference to the condition of the country: and at the same time make the populist party odious. As n mnttei of fact, the republicans of the senate could go ahead and do business without democratic opposition if they were disposed to do so. Tbe reason of theii failure to act in this great national emergency is that they hope thereby to gain oli1ical partisan capital for their presidential campaign. l Pond Father If that boy of minis has any particular bent I can't find it. Philosopher What experiment! have you made to find out? "Very thorough ones. I gave him n toy printing press, a steam engine, it box of paints, a chest of tools, and a lot of other things carefully selected to find out whether his tastes were literary, mechanical, artistic, commercial, or what, and I know no more than I did before." "What did he do with them?" "Smashed them up." "Ah, I see. He is to be a furniturs mover." N. Y. Weekly. Naturally Elated. Oh, Ferdy! you know those rice p;cture frames and worsted motMirinm paper-weights Ills Nataral Dent. toes and horseshoe that I mode, and which I took to the churci sale at your suggestion? Ferdinand (hopefully) They were all sold, dear? Miriam (elatedly) Yes I The auctioneer, such a nice man, described them so beautifully, and they looked so utterly lovely and too sweet for anything, thafl just bought every latt one of them back again myselfl Judge. Faith la the Znstraatant. the first things the observant PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. trained nnrte does when a new patient enters the hospital and Is put to bed Is ATO0ENSTS. to place a delicately constructed thermometer under the sick one's tongue and get the temperature, A. chamber- GRANT E. LILLY, maid from one of the down town hotels was taken to one of the city hospiA TTORNEY-W, tals not long ago and the above described operation was performed at Richmond, Kentucky. once. "What in the wurruld are yes doing that for'?" she asked after tho nurse got Office 8. W. corner Main and Second itrecu np stairs. Will practice in all thecoaruof through. Tm merely taking; your tempera- Vadlson and adjoining counties and Court of ture," responded the mad with the Appeals. j, muslin cap. "Ratal" said the occupant of the sick 7. B. SMITH, couch. "How are yez going to tell by that little thing whether I've got a temA TTORNEY AT LAW per or not?" Washington Star. Kentucky. Richmond, Money Talks, Though. A. I learn that M. Dumbmon, the Office in Collins' Baildinz. at head of stain. deaf mute, is very rich. B. Yes, I knew that. "But I got a different Impresrlca J. 0. & D. M. CHENATJLT, from what you said about him." A TT0RNEYS AT LA W, "How so?" said he had no money to speak Richmond, "You Kentucky. of." "Well, did you ever hear him speak Office on Second meet, ortr Chenault'a xro of it?" Tammany Times. cry. 3,.jC A. Provldrat Parent. Visitor I notice everybody calli W. R. SHACKELFORD, your son major. He seems rather young to have risen to that rank, but ATTORNEY AT LAW, I suppose Richmond, Kentucky. Mr. Brown (of Georgia) It's his Christian name, suh. I gave him Che name so he couldn't be handicapped Will practice in all the Courts. Office orer Rich all his life by lack of a title, as I have irond National Bank, same as Co I. Caperton's. 41 been, suh! Chicago Tribune. No One of 0f5c8: Corner Duncan Avenue and Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. J0ffice Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 4 p. , i hi o p. m. ui-- DR. H. H. ROBERTS.... Paris Kentucky -- A T-L- -- Eye, Ear, . . .Specialties. . . Nose, Throat and Stomach ti t t- - MORGAN & YATES, DENTISTS, Richmond, . . . Kentucky. B"IC,M" Richmond, fc. Street, orer Madison Nationa J. L. HARRIS, - M. D., D. D. S. . Kentucky. 0 .Cron and bridle work a specialty. Office Collins bnildinj. .f.ia ,,. office 9 a m. DR. A. K. STEWART, Richmond, tree! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, . . . Kentucky. "ore. Mhe'Kir.""?,.5i.C,i """ ..denc.Coring., "r 61, .Nana " DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Richmond, stairs PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, . . . Kentucky. Office hours is to Buad,D. 1 N- - and 4 to 4 Mam 5 o'clock. Street, n. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, B.CHMOND. STEPHEN D. PARRISH, A TTORNEY Richmond, - . . . KENTYCKY I'iiuruan. ,'f J3f9rSSVHeWHflVSHR')S'IiMlVBWnBSHBHHMK3IHHBMIiK AT LAW, - None of tbe Roval Family Present. There was not n memlier of the royal family within reach of the duke and duchess of York when their second son was horn. The en In net minister whose attendance was required Dy the law arrived 13 hours tirfi Into . Telephone at office and residence. Patents, Careats, Trade Marks, Keport as to patentability of inrention Free ol Charge. Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terms. Before applying for a patent, write me. 46- - Kentucky. )G. W. EVANS, M. D., Designs, Etc RICHMOND, - Kentucky. people of Richmond ana of medicine known i0' t""-- - ..mces to self.f?1'""offer t,? professional Pers.Bs Haring retired frca- - the practice :'M. eyes. "You know I took lessons in elocution. I will recite: that will at least keep the wolf from the door!" A gleim of hope shone in bis eyes. "It will that!" be said. And with a lighter heart he turned to his task of formulating a compromise with his creditors nt 20 cents on the dollar. "Courage, papa!" The ruined merchant raised his head and gazed into a loving daughter's mien All 8eetned Darkest. 1. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW, - : .... der ?. tt " Plush Phenomenal Sue. cess of Our Holiday Trade, We are in a Liberal Mood to e A With th Richmond, Kentucky. 0 br. t. j. taylor Office on Second Street, Store. Residence .n Third ' Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, . . Richmond, . Kentucky. Office No. 13 First street, up stairs. Str..l ' J"ry ?STSX0XJL2TS. .CIVE CRAND VALUES-CLEARIN- G UP SALE... DR. H. R. GIBSON, Richmond, Puck. The dressmaker's maid In a chtcjeown arrayed May the heroine be of her dreams: But. except when asleep, she must ssw and not reap, Tor sae never can be what she seams. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, your badness." spool silk thread 4c; Ladies .deeced CHAS. HOOKER, 5 4 Table Oil Cloth, 10c: 100-v"Well, pa. you should do as I do. I DENTAL SURGEON, Lined hose 18c, former price 25c. A Eood fleece Lined VETERINARY SURGEON, hear ma scolding you for your badness Richmond. 40 times a day, but I never remind you llose, 10c. A good Wool hose 18c , former Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. akntucky of it, for I always think you have been Misses llose price 25c. One lot ladies' and Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. punished enough already." Texas Ornca Smith building. Main Street. ns Office up stairs oyer New York Store, corner ribbed and seamless (samples). 20c, Biftings. fcoH"-0o is M ; ,:co To 4 P M. and First meets. Richmond. 46- Pracuce limited to dentistry. "25c mits, 15c. 75c gloves at 50c. ,. Sew Re It. d 0 The Considerate Doy. Said a New York boy to his father: "Pa, what makes you look so angry?" "I look angry because I am vexed at hearing your mother scold you for HROUG ....VALUES UNHEARD OF JUuL! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. ... bsntal sxraaaaT. WELBY w. burgin, DENTIST, Richmond, . . . Kentucky. Office in the Joe Collins building, iS and so Second Street over While's new drugstore. 37- - s Office o.r Chenaulf. grocery, No. rf S.c.ad " "Gilt Ete" BleacM Cotton, 1-- yl Mb, 2. Tbe Blue Gras? OF THOROUGHBRED Y 5 Cants, Porraar Price DiAYS. fivd 7-1- COAL!! E. THIS SALE WILL LAST ONLY A FEW RED HOGS. HKr .m. 1. fed I k Dealersln- J DON'T WAIT.BDT COME (IT lZF&B.!ZsUXXn S FE0M THE BEST - OICE, R. H.BRONHUGH, proprietor, Cb Orchsrd, Xr BITTYYILLE AND SOUTHERN KY. GOALS. Office on Irvine street OPPOSITE THEIX Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Boots, ly Reduced Prices. at Great- New Opera House. Lowet prices guaranteed market. on application nil will compete with any coal in the 1 ELDER'S BARGAIN STORE. 1 IS D. P. ARMER, MAIN STREET Ij luadison Monumental "Works, is MANUFACTURER AND DEALER I m org Mm r- - New Yok World, THRICE-A-WEE18 PAGES A K Foreign - and - Americas - Marble MONUMENTS, m ifi -- EDITION- 9 1 AND GRANITE HE y g H I y 15S WFERS A TEAR Tojibs, Tablets, Headstones, Urns, FINE VlifvJ SSHkiF5ai-Jul! JMWV ij HORSE-DIVEMAKING At one of the popular pleasure resorts In Seattle, Wash., they have a peculiar attraction. A horse leaps 30 feet down Into the water of Lake Washington and then swims ashore. A high platform Is constructed on the edge of the wharf, which Is just wide enough for the horse and two men. As the horse ascends the platform he seems to be In delight, and. standing at the top, he tosses his head around to look with a proud air at the crowd. When ho R LEAP. HIS THIRTY-FOO- T comes out of the water his master seiz: him by tbe bridle and Immediately startt him off on a run and keejo him movli g until he Is thoroughly dry. When tht water Is cold the horse oftn shows signs of weakening and needs s great deal ol urging befoie he will make the leap. At such a time the thing Impresses one n cruel sport. The cold water sometimes the horse and he does not seem tc know In which direction to swim, and often finds himself under the dock. i (Oritfnat) it is published every other day, except Sunday, and has all the freshness and timelines of a daily. It combines all the news witli a long listof intprestingde-partmentunique features, cartoons and graphic illustrations, the latter being a ' anulilHt' All these improvement have been .made without any increase in the cost, wnicu remains ai uneiioiiarprryenr. We offer this uneqnaled newspaper' and the The Climax together, one year an o, 3?IE3XT:IJT a Ti caefjux&it, larger than any weekly orseini-weekpaper published, and 5h the ony important Democratic ''weekly" published in New "i'oik City. Three times us laice an the leading Kepuulican weekly of New York City. It will be of. espeei.il advantage to ynu during the!1 Is lr WORK A Statuary, Etc SPECIALTr, 1 PJh j EWELER Is still in the mar lip jJE ket with sp the finest 'and best i 1 . il . i ! V, V ';J : . ivW, i Your Trade Solicited. Work delivered to any part of the otate. Write for Designs and Prices. GEO. 0. DOZIER, Proprietor. jr ', Corner Francis and Iivine Streets. J3-- 1 Richmond, Ky. rnLlB on ten per cent from any price named by any other house. things in the way of Christmas Jimcracks left that you selected ""4 V 1? 1 mm for $1 70- - DAYS i ....Sale of Dry Goods and Notions, Dress Goods and Trimmings.... frHJB up wo papers is The regular subscription price of the, 2.$0. 34 stock of irg watches, cl o c k s andjerrel- - : a :;::;;; TO F. Commissioner's NOTICE J. Dickkrsox's Ex. Plfls., ....Laces, Embroideries and Hosiery at.... CREDITORS. ) Madison1 Against F.J. Dickebson's C'ed. &c Deft J Cojrt. All parsons having claims against the Mickrrson, dee'd., are; etit of Dr. F. J. fil the same legallvj herbv notified to verified, with the undersigned on orj ' before W al! Capes, Jackets and Cloaks in all th newest styles. Flannsls, Blankets and kinds of Woolen Goods at prices never before named in this market. To MARCH 25TH, or tarn will be " buried. II. C. magnifi1596, cent line vJ JL " our SPECIAL ATTENTION n POK-CASf- 7t!k will sell you diamonds and take Kentucky, and at prices that can not be duplicated anywhere. I ry that can be found in Central m F BSON'S CALLED m li j-- V We mean I have a few dress &yyj what we Fay, when Im lip mm Pat 'S. E. SCOTT, M O. S3-- 36 0. MOCT IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUALm AT COST we WE say mean' CASH an 3 no goods charged at the prices jwe will'name, YQUUSELF that wo are in earnest by callling&nd pricinjr our goods then yon will know we mean business. Thji feet is we have MORE GOODS tbaa inonev hence onr determination to exebaaxe one for the oilier. Tbe geat lip I don't want can have atyoiir own price. As WHITE'S CREiM mo-jiopo- ly to-da- I VERMIFUGE 30 DAYS CASH SALE IS NOW FOR 20 YEARS Remodlec A Has!cd:a!t .sz'iilEVERY Jr and get them. and jewelry rtpaired on short notice and warranted. IN YOUR OLD GOLD AND SILVER. them, come Watches, clocks B 1HCX irEfaHai 3Mr s n WORM I0TTLE SUAHftNTEEB. oust t tr 11 -- WAlBKJMlKCi..,r.MeM. - J i 1 't ' 111 ' ' -- J ir,' ' , 5 StHrifc P.ttemrFtiK t a , '! .? M, i .t Wj ITE - 5 .GIBSON'S, W " liSE, 11 11 .. a D.P.ARMER iST II f nrtrr . lfai-a- J - - Wt. -- - .N fc1 - us a - P'P'WCpiTMtaft" i t. TTaMT lt.?Pi'WfiTfnaWlTffWlWaiaglWP!fe' " i' GmmEZ- - - sfflfiSasjay- -' iwrniMM I. il Ui: I t - I S-- : ft "(jp t a J?J5fpMir&' ' ' - S I r'rtShowsthy-- o &AJ2 eX Fielder Wm Grwstt-a- d THE CLIMAX.! yKEXOli TIP roT, .- HUB,U" K aEXarii PK53?3s sm wsag - Editor. Mvsaokr. If I f ir son.e Ume ago. Thrt jieiifliborli'ot of Alouz Searcy' ! thoughtful man. "what charaeler of . man would you consider the smallest. ".oue! Mr. Mi'iir G line, of Louisville, has shop is fudof runrtwjiys and alisappoiut-mentsmeanest and most contemptible of all rUBLI&HISD tvr.H) WEDI KK1.A Y HI Alouz-- i wljat iiavc you bten do Known tq modern civilization?" relatives here for tome weeks. lllg? lll.U. COhIII.NK. "I could hardly answer that off Co. to Jan Mr. HI Baxter sold hand." replied the careless man. "Per-1 Dozier thiity hhoiitB at 4 cts. haps you have e;iven the subject some-- i j J. Pierpont Morgan's new deal is beMr. Jno. F. Thomas gave the youim thought." KAK, pirn. h. I'Elt It embraces wildering ui its proportion. "I have." admitted the thoughtfuli Ilev. Wm. Potterfiibd hie tppoiiilment billion dollar. capitid. ami the in element a (.fleet hoei.il niun. Miks Sunday niomiiig at ti.e Some of our patrons des're that. 111 tlie ri e ol coal will be a tax - 1&W "WLDNliSUAY, Flill, 12, "Then what are your conclusions?' church. of thirty nix million dollar annually 10 Jennie 1'eli.nd te.ieh the iitu.d I think that the man who is rich . ,j bewail Monday of wliool. Mr- - Ho. Shepherd, f Orayson, sp ntj enousjli to build or rent a fine house but I CuiiMiineits. .- ' ImiihI sinlKVite will Kt 'iily :,- Tiik , . . Manv iurmurs hern beir.111 nltivvini! a fewduvs wiin relatives ha- -c last week who considers himself too poor to have , utliotn i.ibt wieK, ami mreany a .w ceiiiaiivotsue 00,(01 id the new Ihwil will reach ,Urjim t.ie. recent pleasant oennou. hits been innd. The advance T.K Arnold and 31. Ii. Brown, ins siuewaiKs jiroperiy cieaneu is enjrutling the iOHiNiui'ei. 1)2 Lvnib a ton on anthnicite. Li--i vear Ella Parkt- - and Fanni" titled to that distinction." Chicago V. ti. Powell has secured several va ami Mis-e- n Ev ening PosU fort-cix nnllioii tone ol autliia .t" '.wc of Kicbmoii.l. sient Sunday vrit'u j of tlior ntiilihred chicken!? which Watts, CAiwiwKoiiiHlteioiai.vK--ill!wia ,aitv UJ1 . ltM he - preparel to rear btipamtelv. Ym hee al Tlie Nolfjlibors. the Mis-e- s Wilnitne hh expulkioii to Uie ."smith Pole elexou concerned will rcliz.' Mrs. Bricktop (bursting with pride) Dr I). L. Fry and lr.W. A. Arbuckle Impo met Sunday l ci'iiirieiratuui nuxt Sepenber, xihI lie varm-MiIIow d'ye like my new carpet, Mrs. Theie seenin to be no p twvr to stop it. and iust:.lle! us dc icons Crosscye? will be with Kev. V. F. Weatt. the nt Lib H?rriMe hmw; will iu the Preshyteriiiu choich next Sabbath. Mrs." Crosseye (bursting- with envy) cetwrg be Hieois. TTt AWA Willi 101)1! VtU.Al'lIK. It's ei-- very nice indeed, Mrs. Mr. .1. T. Jackson am" Pi of II. E Kob- Wiill.ic,p.t 11 By the of Kichiuoiiil, weie iu the village ' Bricktop. fei- fer Brussels. erts, Thk Jxi.:iSoi Lower, HepnbiicaH, paper, the Kev. Wlntiy Waldrop's way. 1 nearly forgot what I came for. iMwiley Jor Pi en v .. r ....... i.a ...--, c.a....... . Mr nimrles Kindrcl, of Paris; is with last Saturday on business. .. .. tockwieyw turns 1 wish you would lend me your lawn-mow- er mis ..i.....:.i omilinmiepciioeiii, 0me folk8 at ,,.h .Ilt Mr. Frank Mouuiz and family left n.i mJw know Hut Mr-- llradley Wi.icli lb mote or le.--. biiioimeu in mb-tra few moments. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Frazier of King Monday for Texas, win re tiny will 'e-- , "Lawn-mower- ? Why, certainly. But wtM; tlw clWce 01 tlie Hepibumn : lawn-mowvaiKMiHl CrnHveaUoH. , what on earth can yon want of a -- Wonder if James B Mc.'reaiy knows Station, ate veiling tlieir daughter, Mrs. side tbi- - year. this time of the year?" Ida llyrd. Mrs. Harris mother of Mrs. Win. Arople aiimire loe man "1 desire to thin down our velvet Thuje's oae pr inmcnt 1 cwpaper hhiii lliMt Keiituck latttle lluhie Conn, who had a se- - b ickle, slant d .Monday Tex.iS, to carpet in wiiiHloudy bpe.tkn Ida heiitimeiitb moie the nursery a little, the chilwarn toMHid t u KwHwky w.o fiitm .. t 11111I liri tti .v.. y... spend the winier with her soes nl j........."-............. iiiiitimtt in ttiaiioiiu ulm waiih 10 bue tlie popular tiru il.i dren are always losing their marbles in hm-itwTJH-,rt awl e is now? oiler than ideota.pieMiou" The Misses Wihnore spent a few days it." N. Y. Weekly. jisupauain. Lugatt of the liOHWviile Evumug V. S. Wyatt is very low with pneunio-111e- , iu Kicumoud lust week. Kev. niit.v Waldrop, late of Kirks- What Did She Mean? this county, is a natie Uasiii ni.i visited her inoiher Mrs Kirley "It's a perfect outrage," said tho Volapuk lhientl. I Ais4 Minnie Orutiher. who lus been Mrs B. Hay iu (iarr.rd count v li st week voung editor, who was calling on Miss l.zook, hut TVesty thoosasb mf are out of ' . "An Omaha court has sent for some time, iset in a critical uiiae leaboublhat are rather btroiiv , Mr. P. F. Cotton has advertised his a in Ponnsrlvamw, owing to the t had tiady" lb Vo.a-punewspaper man to jail for telling the I Kill. for elieiug that CO d. in rawl production, properly personal and real ior sale. He truth." jtnptfe-oe tln.t it is jetit lb barely A tew daysi iii!'i, wiiiltf hauliiig wood 011 will remove to Illinois. vrtrtrh HiWHb that tlHMtsamlrt of fain "But it doesn't often occur, does it?" k. oe" is a wheelhaiMW, J. P. oper lell ami hurt al leaht mixed witn b..z nsked the girl. Sties are to MHrve. while J. Pierp-n- t Waldnipiau, and cannot be lound his jrm and shoulder very much. He is A SUCCESSFUL HOt KAISER. purely And the editor has not been able to MurtwH ami iwrty add Hiilikmo to tneir (jov. Mcieaiy lion getting along iine. 111 any dictioiiaiy think out exactly what she meant by stfrwuly piiHcalv ever, ulfeis from us, an to the lauuuae, G. W. Lvne, of this pi 'ce, ban n record the question. Bay City Chat. While other towns are '.nimplaiuing of is nd ha submitted the pamgr.ip;. to the hard times, for hog raising tinsurpas-e- d 111 the state. Wallaceton in 011 a 1:1 eater Tariff Fashions. &. veR20tHe Ca'as iasHrrertion be-js- txmsul lrom Zriiik fcpuil for iiilerpieta-tion- . boom than ever before in the history. K. On January 15, 1S!5, be bud 2 sows Fair Customer Is this cake plate f loilar in HiihiuHs In the. near future we hope to lay H. W which bad 128 pigs, he sold IU). ki led 4, solid silver? ai.l aktiOHUh allace hub ju-- t completed a nen j8WHty teve beea letr.iyw,ttnsaiii!s befuie tne public the OoveriiorV answer front to ,his dwelling house. .Mr. Joe kept :?, gave away 2, and hail 10 to die Honest Dealer Oh. no; it's an alloy, Out of this number he sold $(o".")0 mostly tin. oKvesli5t snl tlie LslaH.I praiiKullv as to wiielher he Aikh or iloes not know Bow 111 is building a new house. Mes-iis- . "Tin? Oh, I remember now. I've lj)1;rHptsl, MeiJlier6ite h3 gained any - what ttie peopleof Keuliuky admiie in Wilson it Hyatt are talking of building worth of hogs and still has 10 sows lelt. seen ever so much in the newspapers foreign lanjiU.igo They are of the Poland-Chinbieed an addition to their house. I suppose it has lately about Nicholasville Journal come into fashion again." N. Y. ABOUr A K. tiuiiin, owner of the turnpike WlUl) -- .ll NlltlbV .ItU.MllUS As Bii&eown Afflprkain died mdilenlv Weekly. MOKE CAVALRY HORSES. rtinniiu: from here to Paint Lick, has put CANDIDA Hill lll.NtillrXS. t wck, at d in Pis. Fiaureoae iy up i'.otii-eCause to Complain. s iv injr tint ail tlie lumber and seaicJicl, where lie wfaiH las but sm "I don't think it's fair, Josiah." said Capt J B Aleshirc, Assistant Qiruter-maste- r, Here i what the luisvillH Times has other obs.ruciioun must bi moved in life, I a srt '4 pvrrt-tartrke1m4 Pllltmvnfpr.. fi ! ... .V...U......J , nttntiilfnta . accompanied bj II U AlcKin-ney- , AttMj b to ba. You can ea.i and form uur own Wallaceton, w hich would be a ureat imHliecBorBiasiiit4$Wtt,On0wa tiathed her sprained ankle with sooth- - j of Jamesville. Wis., a Govermeiit prove, ueiit. If he onlv would put ing lotions and wrapped bandages j larVod way in all shik of ntx.kn aixt tm Inspector, and I)r Faire'l, an aimy a feWy hundred wau-u- i loads of ftimas Mrt. icary'b final and posilivean V( o is missing from IticJi- about it. "You're the one that always ' nwicre. are in Danville receiving horses carries the accident insurance policies iiouiu-ciiien- t luat he will not bo in the on. it would like wise be a great imfrom L 'I. Hudson, who contracted to and I'm the one that's always getting - i listiict, provement. rare for Ooiu;nJo.tlie liight hurt!" Chicago Tribune. day Ii. Walker Baker ia building a new ad tirni-- b ninety one head for the llrtn. A. T. t liMwaU is peUiii" a tlie development!' even at tois ony Th service. Mr. Hudson has paid about an one dltluu to hi-- , bouse. in.ii.a v ti.i.1 tlieuiairitl will A Safe Offsr. uincli basdrod kUjtn. a nxM.th with average of $lo0 a bead for those purFamished Flaherty 1 offered ter IT lb ALL OVi:it TUB COUNTItY H. aud t'idt i .it the stoiliilebl 111 tne iate internecine chased. He bought a car load ofliftteu chop vv ood fer me sup-piie- d at every house, jirovidiuu btirr liafi nimdiip , oiHres in a sirife. by Uie war anj liveliness ' not gieat That Win. Weaver, Jr., in trying to Wednesday from Nathan Uayless, of I begged fer vittlesmealsweek. las o between the raise a inusiaehe. NartiH dctaiM-k- "tiibralta" or Ravenous Reardon (incredulously) Paria Danvil.e Ad vim ate. panics. It lssaid thesihci and somni-.iiuitc- y Where khz dat? That Knhaid isjjier is uoing to White fmcea of the DeiuiK.anc party WHY IS IT? Famished Flaherty (complacently) Suition so much to see a giil. ate a.readj lining up for me si niggle to In de Indiana natural gas country.- fBELYA r0)liMU HI KKFIIKM. That Will Wiibon never had abweet-hear- t lejneseiit the alls. rut 111 the national conThat, when you owe your grocer a Judge. over IS .veins old Tnev aie uiiiler the leaocrsuip small bill, you trade and pay cash at his Tbv lvl.woifl wax itelaml from vention. Peril of a Small Town. That Hack Wilnin ia uoiug to quit go cnmpelilorn? of (Jot. It. J, Ureckimidgc, ol lfcnle, and "You don't want to say anything-- , (.r iti-ii j; Im i tf lite lVikn IXrea 01 iug to John Wylm's. . . ."tepnensoii, ol wiener NanUair Tn.'t you wear an old coat without against anyone if you go to Ilawville." r -n an ill S8i fee o-- S2o iiitpecmtly. Doln want tuMi 1'ied "Why not?" That Tho nas Kinn.tr I i3 a good hand llinci.ing, provided you have a better 'i.- turn pruxtuti to tvttwi tho m Louvre.-.-- , amtaie a xt.nia ior to catch btickers "I spent the summer there once and. i ne urun one at home? hJ rinp t Iteeu cet aioe 1 was licked twice before I discovered ineaiulegate ligol as a tet ol nlieiglti 'I hat the weather gett cold so early in every- -, that everybody was related big race in tne tall. piepatat'ir to tne sTCOEKIlS. the autumn if von have a new seal skin body else!"- - Chicago Record. to MKs One of the moat intereMiiij: rumors sacqiif? is tha'i A Strltttns Similarity. Tii .twui iii-- half a di zen towels on At Vm, Mit Kmnia Ghv. f IJowliitp that routes lrom ttiisbapio KIbri.lgo Harvey was in Iotiiaville last "Jones is an awful chump. lie revieu. Oassliib Al. lilaj. llie turhllleiit old . ' ra. ! car when one is niillicient at the sieepi-ielertod b'lato librarian it minds me of the wise men of tbe igor w e k. 'iSm-: home. Cntii-- . two yearQaco, but rjgo. ou. WhiUi Hall," uinw Noachian era." ig iiv winUib have not impaiieil, will M'illiain .Morton of Lexington, spent a It 6 if she was shut l. "What, that idiot? Why. he doesn't, fixuii l lie LOUISVILLE T03ACC0 MAR- know enough to go in when it rains." few days mi the rilge lant week. ll.i it , Itat fsi c wasn't. Nothim reek recognition n , "Well, neither did they." Life. m Tliere6 lo i part in his ambii ion to go to the Keputi-i.xvtJam - Harvey of Lexington, was over iie KET. National t (invention an alelegate. last Ii rv, try awiu. in iM Miii?: ek looking afierjiin pension claim. After the Talr. ' iiut toe wuBca at well as the a'ue hoary old genUeinan is am.i hum There's no jingle In my pocket; J01111 Stapp atiemlel the tobacco .sales l'UIll.ISHEI) 11V G1.0VKK A IlUHKKTT, I.OL'l.s Uone-- i as a prooatne biuder lor the Die Jingle's In my head, cfci 1V-- OUrtll- Bt 1 know I'm going color-blinVll.l.n IOIIACCO WAKKIIOUSK. to at L ui'.viile again this week. loa, and shoitl ; he oet-ioFor I cannot see a red. Public sale at W. L. Peyton's Satunlay seionity aif Jdn tiom toe pesiC'-JU- i Detroit Free Press. traivt; tii tub noiis. Sales on our market this week just home and fiirbaketliesiidlesof Ins young tbedih. THK WOXTlEItS OF HEUEDITX". closed amounted to 3,05S h in Is. w it h reKentucky publie wnfe. he waoitd ;:ive Il4lK the lKIIfXille Poat's Ken affair.--- a pets'iiiabty io would be notaceipts for the same pei mil 5,411) lihds tiial ra.-feKersrl. iii4tAelt. mir two btiod Salts on ourinaiket since Jaiiuar) 1st ble eieu in this Suite of pieturet-cpiDo.vlcsvillo t;ua iMve iaseu c- in Rub amounted to 22,5 1 7 blids. Sale of the politics. Born, to the wife of Henry Aimer Jan- crop of 1S'.)5 n our market to this (OMM'itv Tin' Hotlmis- - Tli ere is a Tins defeat of Senator J. S. C. IHaek date uary 24th, a girl, Beitha wmosb in Bo le cnity who shoos bet amount to 2.",9!I7 hhds.. burn a- - a tleb'gitu to the Deuifcmtit' iboss Uat ilte Advorate, B01 11, to the wile of Warren KIkin on We have had immense receipts and hint June is well le KkvHsHv si, and Miuienne iiliould hum 'tate taiueiitiiii wan 25th. ISSKi. a girl, Beulah Mav. sales on our market again this weik as inmembcred ami it is interesting to know ttis Advocate man. Mis Katie Lewis of this place, visiteil dicated by theaboveiiurcb. Themaiket with bouiid-monethat the cenlh-niau- , he- - sister, Mrs. Ida Tribble of College during the first three da vs of the week principles who ilefrale I liiin, Pief. AT liAST. iy was decidedly active, with prices a slnde ami Sunday lant. Yeager, aif lieaiiuelown. - tiped as Our undHV school is not only holding better than heretofore, but during the Ktewly 1ml Hiidv the Farmers Allianre an entr in the Seventh dis net race. Pi of. Yeager, tii'oiii'ii a up well through the winter season but past week the market was irregular and e mn iac- - Ii is lemming " 1 urtiu man, for some years has lided the new scholar are continually being prices slightly weaker on some grades. seli food id rank "p'zen The o!IVrings of the wetk showed a very Tfe? aatuua iDeelm. Ut week, deride-- . .air of history and p iii.ii-a- t wit m-- in added. ami the lieorgetowii tillee, and has uianv Next raturdav and Sunday is Kv. W. small per cent of really fine tobacco and t xiru'i tbe kt trMbHry no verv high prices wererealizi-d- . Mane throughout the who F. Wyati'sapp iiitmeut at this place. iufliin of flie fiim.ices to a per rapjta fiienos sales of the medium to good grade-- of of Stl- - Amrtlic-- r hiep or two and t:e would ciri.estly supoit him bhoiild he Mr. J,.e Lewis is on the sick INt. He From whom does he inherit his leaf weie nuule at prices rai ging from AdwHrr po"p'e will lie l.-- 111 the Dein lecnle to enter the Our town is 011 a boom now. Mr. SlO to S15 wit'i occasional hluls sel'iug talent for drawing? ocratie Mirty wtieHee ibey came. She From his lather. He is a denWilliam lli-lJr., has commenced 10 fiomSlS toSIS per hundred. Tbeveiy MII."JIKNTi. MlllS. tist. Truth. run another blacksmith-sho- p grades lacking-ihere. Kli color and In Mf IX A Sid.NH. The Candid Friend. Dixon, one if tie black soft cotiditi-n- , were decidedlv lower. Angus' From Ananias bv wawof Ixird Miss Julia Look at my picture in Tlie A. P. A ' liave .diboovore-- that, dowu to Joe Mtilhaitoii, ii. eluding all smiths of Blooiningdale, t lark cotintv, is The following qttot tions fiirlv reprethis album. It is a perfect caricature, ihmr Inwv Hrt tbe enure cmitiv in sent our market for hurley tobacco 18D5 andamateiir, to work in the shop tor him. ither liars, both piofc-sinmisn't it? . aShs Tliey oppu.sd the iiouiinaiioi crop: Miss Josie Wal'len, of Winchester, Miss Molly Yes. hut it looks very not n.e linr ban ever leached the a tilnde Trash (d .rk or d unagetlJS 1 00 to 1 50 much like you. Texas Siftings. arid coHfirHiatum of Job J Coipii.g'i ittained by tne Sjianiarils at Havana. spent the past we k with her Uncle, A. Common colory tra-- h 2 00 to 4 00 as ItrijiHuier ih the United Matt As an instance, tiny reported, last tint, J. Waldcn of thin plate. Milium to good col. taush 400 to 0 00 No aiarket for Him. Imi he was nominated by the m An.iv, 2 00 to 4 0(1 Mrs. J. I. (liiggs has been attcmliiig touimon lugs not colory .engagement bttween the p.iniunls Deacon Hopeful An honest man is rimI oiifirun-l bj tlpt Senate 4 50 to 7 00 the noblest work of (Sod. tnd Cubans. A town was occupied 'y the meeting at the Methodi-.- t naicb al Coininnii colory lugs ij),ii Ue.i marruil a iHiiuhter Elder Sourview Possibly: hut very lie Cuhai.s. The pauianib attacked Richmond and savs she thinks Hi. Boil- Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 10 00 Mri, JaiHes (i Hlaiiii. Pieiietit Mai Column i to medium leaf 0 00 to 8 00 few except the Lord seem to appreciate the town with nine hundred men. The ing is a wonde ful preacher. rtrti relHet to il)tiHHt Cjippii;er and ('iibaus to an tqu.il number were in the Mr. Joseph U ser w.ih cdled to the Medium to good leaf 8 00 to 15 (M the fact. Truth. this n,inHHt.i a iov with the ISIaTm Jmiives, 011 top of the houses ami in enws beiUideoi bis 111 Good to fine leaf A Good Memory. 15 00 to 18 00 ither at Morton ville la- -l fawitv. "When I was 13." began the spinster, 18 00 to 22 00 volley after volley Week, who was nut expected to live until Select wrappery leaf Streets. Thev p ured aaT " The above quotations are not applicainto the Sp inianls, but w.re finally he arrived. "Whata wonderful memoryyou have, MV Villi SKK IT AM) Xdrt' Villi UliN'l ble to green and fiosted crops otiie-- ami Jii f u out of town wheie -- -: auntie." put in her thoughtless niece. rMHki' fTiev foiined. The Spaniards followed Bay City Chat. While tbe conf4rm!i"ii of tha nid wen: chargei I bv the Cuban eatairy. iiiana-- 1 m .11 l'.iste I ab S ineMt af Hani to Answer. The Last straw. P'mucliette aj;ai. st boni t eontist en 1)10 Iloiknisiili- - a The Cross-Eye- d Waiter (after t he coluui in neld uied. Fiii'l'y the Cubans reireated. Xodd You say your baby doesn't lision) Why don't you look where you M. F. Wliaiton went to Cincinnati walk yet? Mine does. Same age, Hp m ivmi',1 kv. (loiljoe-s.iiH- ii ettle, ol A'ow tome the Sjianiards with the state-:uen- t too. are going? Mo. .day on business. Yom baby cut his teeth yet? tTtiiviiim Imsapisiioted a coiond tliat nut a .""paiusii soldier was Second Waitei Why don't you go Todd No. N .tlli (Vro-IhiIimim Mrs U. B CUy returned lust week siTeirt where you're looking? St. Paul's.' tilled! ami wimt is iiioie, only one wan Nodd Mine has, all of them. Your KeiitsK'ky vmt Whs .1 sve i m -- tne. .nortjiiry wounded. Thev leport tne from Foul, where she had visited rela- baby talk? A Hard I'art. WH Ht i tW H.I, 4.-L- IB- !' --nine u Kan loss at (i'J killed and 200 wounded. tive ami friends Todd Not 3 et. Can yours? He I understand your jiart in the ta)jg eltleaH.I Vhe. tie inoiilis Kobt. (ioiushhipped 7 hogsheads of to Nodd Great Scott, yes. rt.er.ulalle.-- t hild should km. that the new play is very diflieult. ti iair.tiifie tbe ma.ter pt rnfuM iitly jiaiiiardrfta-- thing's n.s lb- - y uouM wish Lice to the iiicinuati market .Monday. Todd (desperatelj ) Does he shave Kb Yes. I have to ehaiure uv eo- t, after. hem them to. dike plmefnot Pat 'il h se" tune 1.1 times Brooklyn Life. as they Tne praver meetiyg which is being himself or go to a barber's? Truth. Yes -- her tt steWM'tlship wdi b ill ni reMllv transpire. ,lt ti2 I'liltans were conducted by Herbert Where He Was Jits taken. p luddlit be w jll nevi r nave 'o account tilled,,, it 's fwft.rto c lieu ate that Bently. Sr. It's no credit font poor M'ednenday night. The clP.rt put foitiiby for' SjiaiiiMrtb llk"w"se peiinheil. uui.fj uiuii iiKe yon io oe seen out so Mr. Ponton to secure a laige attendance is much with a wealthy spendthrift like wire tobo erowueti witli success. IIO.t.Sll.K ArClli'lV. young Scattermore! HO'FULAR. oiasl3titerx'c3 .Prom Scvjral Masters a car load o1 Bently. Jr. No credit? Humph! Mates. bogs to the v incin latimarkels last week. That's all you know about it! Why, Of nil recjnt ciiine, tlie tnurdei fn jr. Li..!! I 23 ...a M. F. Wharton, onsitnimated a ileal even Scattermore's tailor is impressed GUin4r)l isHiutv of Miss Pearl Ilryan, of by it, and I'm five suits ahead, with no robbed-'Miunib- er of ieo-nl- e with C. A Nicola, of 1, leveland, Ohio, AIake'J meu lmlitmitdi-b- y S-UA don till s'lflethi of o tfrcr'sl-- ' 7 while waiting for a train at .Milan. one duv last week, wheiehy he is bill in sight yetv Bay City Chat. . S. .a' ... . ' IP .1I frteks i a,nl W.J iiur. tbe'Hie eiiv. ! l to Tennessee. into lumber at his sawmill lllsery. nvU'jf saiis-neih t iHirnoie. wiin "What the dickensdoyou know about Sra-a1 r.Wililflower bfew up at sea and als.ut 5 million feet of timber. Mr. 6 lilsJSaSiVlaSnc Her laey loei ut IT o;r lil-eyu. 1 man Whiiiloii believes he will be prepared to Jnisery?" asked the . . I '2b meirperiblied. .1 :. a aft- - taa M rtl I ue if I a ri rii.'iyi mi f the younger one, K4X, vc WVJ f be111 wm k alwut tne 1st of M rch. atlWHllMir jii (.'i.'CliiiiHti at span laid Oil geut at Khiisas city- - was "Wait till you get married and come Mr. Kiard L. liaden thegool locking nome late and have your vv ife lecti re girl CBHae to o iihle l.ei' 'teld upon thebtreeisaml robbed. bllHHIU. TllK ErpJs. .alu iy tile l Calily if' A lu'iil)r company has b"eu oiganiz"d salesman at J W. Masters & Co , is you for three hours in a whisper for V fear of waking the baby, and you will ' 0 mampmate .xtytiewriter-t- he iHHrder me ttiCfMUaalid want t. ith$IO.(KX.000 to connxil tne lumber have some idea of what is misery." r a.H- inanimate kind of course L"7r.r. ' adi the ldows, ut tftey sliou.d luar rade west of tlie Kckies ' A 5h .miml tint tie partiifsijin at) fniin "Ternble'stbrins on llid Atlantic coabt, The river is 15 feet with prospects ol Indianapolis Journal. 5' FRAM LCGiLE liMwim, ami that Keiitiirkyigs Jittle An Unreasonable Stan. getting higher. The Southern Lumber Friday. Husband (shaving) Confound the Company are running a great many logs Teiiiise's Centennial at Nashville 'into their booms razor! will not ojieii till next year. Wife What's the matter now? Abi. iu i:n iZhNs' Ifcini, to the wife aif W. P. Sowers the You're dreadfully SL Survivors of California 4!)ers held a 9th 111st a gill. "The iazor is so infernally dull." iaHieloly bus a Urievance agsinst the reunion at Perry, Ioa, last week, and ri "Dull? Why, I ripped up on old f 'rontUpieo ; Ifi3"i:.11 ' Vi.t. ci Cdrr) -- J V : f loing ainly i few were present. fire (Matter; l") fe -skirt with it only yesterday.-nn- d ...afs .ujfrc- it cut 'Ion; Mors !..- r.d t t'.'r tr-- i J Ius:rc- i ICeiiUiekv and lias isdle a uieetiug of House. Steamer St. Paul tlpit went ashore oil" beautifully!" Chicago Record. ' - T'."kSFo U J.azrlca J tioas thej a citizens toinorrou at Frankfort. ijcu.;iia veer. ljng Brancb Jan. 2otb'li-i- been floated . Kratts .is, living with his "Pap" The Wife for Him. at 3 p. in., in. tlie Stale and steamed into New Yoik. 'l'o Candid Friend 1 iay, Chatterton, Frank losiia'B Pteasefit fcors ciiizeus lloiie, of Lexington, visiteil you ought to marry on Intel lectual Mr. of Ke'iuiokv byuiianini!irt ttu.sent, of NOT FOLIXJWING INSTRUCTIONS. FOR COYO AMD GifiLI. woman. his father, A b Sheerer, Jlus place Sun "Troml'lj-the H .use, to enter iulj permanent A Ericht. VTiclpome. Juv-nilChatterton (much pleased) Do you 1 rnilvllmstratwl Tin l day. think so? Why? of tbtf Kentucky Fire Insur: ?t ! . (Tol, Hollowar is still' "stwttering" bis ) peoplor Candid Friend So that your chilDr. --Williams lias gone to Illinois to SXB3 A- -i. .t.,jX.?Mu i'J ance Kdief Asruaciatioii, ami to urge vote at Frankfort- - He has voted fir ptssage of equitable laws for 'all with Bu. knei", 'Watterson, ( ai lisle and others, pick out a location. AVe regret verv dren will have some brains. N. Y. favait-- s to uo 'Insurance Coiubiiie.' or but basv not yet voteal for Blackburn inueh Ins leaving, but as the old saving Weekly. CLIMAX, good fish iu sen as weie IraprovlDp the Text Hook. Trust in exor' iunt greed foj:atii." Tne vote on the resolutions requesting is, "ihere are as j caught out, so we hope some-othe- r Professor of Physics Mr. Iowstand, Whether toiajs an honest him to vote for Blackburn, wvs practi- everI RICHMOND, KY. if you were to drop J00 pounds of lead, on tlie part of tlie people to benefit j;oo doctor will take his pl.'ce. and euiuraccd all cally nuauiuiouq, heated to 100 degrees, into an equal certain interested bh'ides of political opinion among Demo Miss Ollie McOowell, of this vicjnity, weight of Undoubtedly the Best Cfe& Offers parties remains to lesecn. The project crats. As the meeting was called at Col- - i Pcceeded in capturing ourSinger sewing would the water at 10 degrees, what result be? juay oraiay hot Those in-- 1 Hollowity's reqoesf, webtliereJiebhould iiiachine,ngent, Mr. Ben Ccuc, of Btch Send ia Front LtUU'a Puhli&tno Bouse, Y.J LowBtand A funeral, sir Yaki Eec- for J"eIUvtrmtt& Premium Utt.ftee. moudjaet )Vediesdays findoHt. f l4dit8'vieC Wjawfeeetar Defistocrat. "L . .. P. P ATIMEH, --- Mr. Barnett, of Ohio county, oflcred a . . CORRESPONDENCE. in the House Tliurwlay. abk. ing that the Cub ms he as jjjKEIiaiSLEP'Hia Krooksiown. lfllit rents. That is right, it bhouM lie vi-ii- cl I s The polic frim F ird were here Snlnr day with St v'ii ailn rmen and seventeen little 5:1111s and arr"sied two meu on the chaige of munlerin a negro at Beatty-vill- e 1 The Stnnttpst of All. . . "Of course there are various gmdes of mean men," said the thoughtful iznu. "Of course," replied the careless one. "That being so," continued tho The Giimax Printing hist-wee- k t t i.;t. KirkfmliP. Is what gives Hood's Barsaparilla Its great popularity, its constantly increasing sales, and enables it to accomplish its wonderful and unequalled cures. The comblration, proportion and process used ifi preparing Hood's Sarsaparilla aro unknown to other medicines, and make Hood's Sarsaparilla Merit Awarded Highe3t Honors World's Fair. T 5 1 " " 1 9 50 CREAM lo l're.-bvteri- an It cures Peculiar to Itself a wide range of diseases because of its power as a blood purifier. It ccts directly and positively upoi ihe blood, and the blood reaches every nook and corner of the human system. Thus all tho rorves, muscles, bones and tissues come under the beneficent influence of A IAMN6 40 i -j Me-,-r- I MOST PERFECT MADE Free pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. fron Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. YEARS mm THE STANDARD. 25c " " town lot " " W Grinstead Geo " " Gr n.fad Smilli Hopper John 4 acre . la al an per Rebecca 4 " " Hoi " " Junes Charlie 10 " " King Mary Ann 50 " " King F M 67 " Keene Annie 50 "' " King Nancy 39 Port wood Jno P 25 " " '- Joel P 3 00 400 60 00 10 1 1 2 IO 7 20 2 60 3 1 ' 6 1 Town Lot Rurto n Sm aa Clav Csalvin aa m Clay Lizzie a .1 Corneliton Ed aa a. Crutcher George a. i Sarah Cochran .a ,1 Campbell Mat Jr ,. 1. Cobb Malinda aa at Cobb Squire 11 al Chtnault Tube " Duncan ti and wife " ' !' Deatheraire Sim Donahue A & E De j t 10 4 OO 00 i 4 C3 'j to i y, o , - Rhodnsjno W I Rhodus Thomas I '' atone Mrs Jaley 1 " Stivers Louija'Hrsijo" " Wilburn Lee 26 ' Walker Alei 96 Bishop George (N R) " acres land " Blevir.s Allred 30 " Baker B.is 8 " Burnett Bruce 20 Carpenter Anderson 178 Sr 2" " " " " " " ' !! i- Iho-'hipe- Hood's Sarsaparilla Tlie One 1 rue Wood Tiirtfier. ... 11, 111 s.ck headaches. at druggists. lStl.- 1- YATES PRKCINCT NO 5. " " ' " -- eit rw 1 1 y flOOQ S .rlllS c"re St per bottle. to take, easy to operate. 25c. Wver Ills: er , 11 i "--.- " 1 fr M SbUb GRASS ROUTE. Fo-dick- k, pob-iol- Snortest mid Quickest Route from Ccati Kentucky to All Points North, Hoath, Through daily and South-wes- t. tram service between Cincinnati, Middlesborough, Ky , and Knoxville, Tenn., and Points on L.&N in R R. K,iTcH Jims 30, IH'jft. Fo r B3I .MAYSVII.I.F. NOKTH-HOUND BRANCH. No 10 NO. IV. Imily Dally. Kx.Hiin. Kz Hun 7:00 a m 7:15 am 8 08 a m .37 a m 9:11 5 FT- Taxes ttte. g. W. L.ve. ClnnlnnRtl lave. CovlHKton.... Lexington " P.rl ... Arr. Mlllf-din- r . " t'arllle ' JolniHon- - ...... Majm-lll- e Motrni-nouN- 6 30 pn. J"4 P rc 3o 3 56 pm pn. an " 6oo p 18 pn P" No II 7:00 pn. a tin-plat- e. Kx. Hun. Kx.SUL IjVc. ' ATT Dally -. 9 Dally Of Land.., ru s .lol.'ison..... " Tarllle 1 Ma.vllle lif ii 1 j MIIIerRbnrg UrN.. ... lu-io- '"ovlnatoti ... Clnnlmintl Yu- ....... 5:51 a in 6:ao a m 7 03 am 7:13 a ni a m 8 35 a m 10:34 a m 10:30 a m 1:45 pn 1:24 pn 3:03 3:27 pir 3:50 p a pc Cornelison Robt 7 " " Coyle Hardin 75 " " Crutcher Mildred 50" " Graves Steve M 50 " " Garrett Jno I Hrs 250 " Green Julia C 90 " " Gabbard John I jo " " Hunter Allen J 20 ' ' Jacksou David D " " Jackson Jarnes L 65 " ' Kindred ohn 80 " " Kindred Nancy B 124 " " " " Lakes W N loo Lewi, M.s Mary 1 " ' " Lear James 5 Lamh Linio.n 30 ' " Moody J K (N K; I " " town lot Rose Mrs Rebecca " " 54 acres U11J Rogers James 25 " " Scars Luanda 1 town " " .ot 1 odd Maie Hrs 230 " " Witl(jcorge(.N R) 21" " " " Worrel John A 1 W ooler Ziredda Hrs 37 " Williams Wm (N R ) 40 1 C33 " Donahue Cansas ' " Douthett Tom 40 Embrv N:;y 2 to Embry Nannie 5 " " 60 Embry Rehetca 2 ' Embry Wiley 9 20 " Embry Ben hrs " Embry Humphry hrs " Estill Hauen " 17 40 Estill Robt miner 60 Francis Ned M 1 60 Francis. Letcher " " Gibbs Mary 3 5' Gentty Charlie hrs " ' ' 10 30 Hid Nathan Harris Woodson 5 S 10 Irvine Mariah Hr2 1 10 " Irvine Henry " " 2 4 10 Irvine Sallie 3 i Jackson Dave rt 5 i" Jackson Bettie S 20 Johnson Wm 1 10 ' " Jarman Robt " 5o Miller II D 3 60 Miller 11 D. gd Lucy Miller 6 Acres Land b 20 8 10 Miller Letcher 4 Town Lots Miller Letcher gd 1 60 " Lena Phelps Hrs " 5 Mitchell .Mary 60 " 60 Mathews Nannie " Martin Irvine Moss Millie 5 00 " Mackeyjoe W 2 10 Morris Spicy J Noland George 3 " Phelps Zena miner " Phelps Jennie 3 4 00 Rice Geo agt Sallie 17 90 M farnatt ' " " ' 3 1 5 10 3io 3 1 6:36 p m 6.45 o pir GlAUE DISTRICT faO. 6. -- I tu titer Informntloi', rxlex on tlcUett or f re Itlu, i.dd ss - ...Town Lots. Simmnns, Slu'rilf of M.uli-01- 1 County, will offer ;tt Public S.ile, in Irout of the I. af. 1 ca-air- Ticket mill K. rs Kiiiigi-Ht-t n Atcent. HicliMionil.Ky CAtttt. Burnell Wm J SS Clidi-teeJohn 25 Calloway John R Cioley Mr Pol.y n " ' 2 " " " " " t io 60 10 4du,r. nt tie.-on- fr R. I Ii t-- I. & B. oM. . R. T. 4e-tliH- j"ilmb." ime Tabic M o. 24. in i.i May 12. 1895 jt D. 1ST CLASS. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sua Ex Sun. ersa.iies ...... .Vk. no? as vi He Val!e View M.Hion.-- pTP 7 7 m 2ND CUSS. No., No .. AH. 8 53 10 12 10 55 11 20 Court House Door, in Richmond, Ky., on Cooper T pton (N R) 57 " Fowler Mary M I acre land Oo.deu Mrs John It " " Golden Hard 1 town lot" llvatt Win J 9 acres land " ' llavs Phil 50 llal.-Mrs M.tdda t town tot Hulett Win M (N R) 3 acre-land (N.R) SS 3 60 Co 3 5 60 4 00 5 10 2 10 1 1 00 Co AM. 37 1. 10 32 ix 45 10 6 40 35 58 8 12 ; i- f -- .. n r ... .... A. ... M Monday, Mcix it beiiis 296, be- ' ' ' 1 en ttt Richmon-- i New by. Panola.... tivinc. Union.... Moberly SntKhcIcl .. - ... .- -.--.. 12 01 12 14 12 17 15 30 12 3s x 3 30 1230pm 12 . 1 ......... .....- -. ......... .. ........ - ...... 00 jli-tn- ct .. .. 50 00 45 2 00 3 05 1 ....... ..... .... ..... A M ...... ........ e 'M-t- ' 'L -nl u'l No. 2. No. 4. No.8. No 10. WUST HOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sur " ' tween llie hours of 10 A 1 and 6 Kinn.rd Divd A 5 " " P. IM , llie followinj: jiroperty to Kuigcaid Sain His 100 " " " " pav the tuxes assessed against Ihe Lewis W D 6 Lambjen- Hrs 4 ' " same in Ihe vear 1S95: Low man Henry Johnson Squire F 27 5 futility Court Day, P I2S " J dinson Beverly S 8 " ilu eu To 4 60 1 40 5 2 60 4 10 1 10 " Rhodes Dave " Rhodes Levenia Scudder Laura scudder Laura and ' A'm Scudder ' ' '' Smith Hocktr Smallwood Charlie ' Stone Minerva " Tev is Cassy ' Tribble Pleas " Turner Dan Jr " Tomliu llaray Turner Wm 2 Acres Land Tribble John I Tbwb Lot Winufietd Millie " W hite Geo " ' " Walker Robt " Washington Nancy " Wa ker Owen " " Williams Sdtie Willis Lizzie " White Adam hrs Walker Nancy White Frank. Yates Maggie fox-ow- Jirman 70 60 10 PRECTNCT. n . c lrTine. . 11 .m-- 6ra. FainDla...WH.WH tlraric!il-- .. Moberi-...- -. ...... ... .... A. M ....-- P. 1 1 M P. M. .. .. 15 3 30 ....- -. -- ual e d. Jrk v ttt diievd e le Rolton X B hre .... ... 34 llallatd Mary A Ii s 58 VcrsailI;i-..- .. .. . . 45 liyber Mrs Malvina Hen-de- ts P. M Bu-- h P. M A. M. A. M. Joe Admr Train's between Louisville and Versailles daily. n Trains between Cincinnati and Nicholasvill Real Estate daily Alt trains connect with Southern Railway to Exchange Co nd fro.p Louisville, and with the C. N O. & T. V to and fro n uicinnati You c:n pend he hour in Louisville about nix Cunnimham Mrs S.dlie hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexington and Code's A C (non re- , return tc R.chmonc at Srjop. m so 5 30 5 57 6 58 6 35 j S-i- Union.... Ricbmontl Million Va'Icy View...... .NKhoUiville...., ..... ..... .......... .. 6 6 6 6 7 05 40 t 45 1 56 1 59 3 40 2 57 3 iu 3 35 a 20 4 18 4 30 5 00 .... .... WHITE. RICII.MONLI 5 o 5 33 ..M.mH. "".. 5 00 PRt.C.JaCT. NO. I. 6 00 1. 1 00 So 2 5o 6,000 00 2 t; 00 00 aov For through rates and other information ap ticl-eaent or addiess Crrw, O W y Ai-th- WHATI Ul'dd ONLY i- IIiIlt.-jUurd:- C''iigi-s-i.oo- otwi nquirar 1 Clay Lawny (non res) Can phsl! C F Oilman I W and C T We U l)nuil:i Allen " E iwan s I hn II '' Edc-- ' s Green L 2 " " Faull ner Mrs Nannie Farlev W L 2 4 g 2o 00 a 00 2 00 5 00 3 eo 10 00 Million John W(X R;4" 1 Merrett Elizabeth I town lot 3 Owens Maigarel22 acres land " Pi.g Hir.im J 10 3 ' ' J'lgjohn 160 3 " " agt Mrs E Jackson 20 acres 1 Pointer Sarah 2 acre, laud " " Po veil Mote 5 Powell Allen (N R) 27 ' 1 " " Powell Wm M ; Ryan Mrs Mollie I ' " Ready Gibriel 10 " " Rowe James 100 " " 3 Rice Fountain (N Rj 1 town lot 2 1'anknlet Geo V 25 acres land 4 Turpin Owen 1 44 " 4 Tutuin Win gd. Martha " " 'latum His 26 4 Thompson Harvey (M R) town lot Wallace lam.s W (N R) 22 actes land 3 Whitimore Henry 2 years 50 acres 2 1 KIKK-aVILI.- 90 fo 3o 10 7 60 10 60 So 60 10 50 Btntly Mary 3 Acres Land ' Burgin Strotherj ' Chenault Chas N R 7" Chenault Chas N R6" " Embry R11 a 47 Fox Richard " Hooting Mariah 6 " Phelps Waller 2 " Smith Scott 3 " " " oheater Jacob " roomey Wm. S ' UNION PRECTNCT, NO J Shearer Jack 6' " NO 4 ELLISTON PRF.CINCT, -- 50 CTS. A YEAR? -t Failej W L Gmi v Mis Kate Brown Iivine I Town Lot 25 00 Campbell l'hos Hrs 25 So PRECINCT, NO. 7, 2 60 Bate WmX R 15 Acies Land 60 Chambers Willis " " Chenault Jennie 7 " Io Collins Sam ' 11 60 ' Covington Howard 4 " " Embry Wm. 60 Estill " John 3 10 " " Estill Dolly E-t- ill 00 Tenna M 108 Elkin Robt 15 Gordon Sam Hill Si'as Hill Elya.abeth A I S cres Land " " Acre Land 22 50 2 2 00 5 k fiii e, VIT Q I .LO An Garrifon Btttie and chiutien Greciile.if J tS anJ G W Io 60 " 4 2 2 ' ' ' ' ' " 3 00 16 00 15 " 54 " " L " " - 3" II So 2 10 S 00 Hill well-know- n I And any one sending two yearly Hu s Mo. America subscribers at 50 cts. each, gets a James Mrs. Hamuli HaCkerTG " . Free Copy One Year. paper and 9 long columns to a page, makes it the ! Juett Mrs Ada 11 Kcllei John hrs Kin 1 1 ie-er- I'n-xide- 1 Largest in Size Cheapest in Price ! Always Most Reliable for Facts, Truth aud Markets. ', tTt aji-vd- te civ-ar.i.- if Yalloy View. THE BEST Family Newspaper in United States for News, Intelligence, Fashions-- , General Miscellaneous Reading Matter, Stories, etc. Hou-ehol- 'th - -- -- - 1 PAY TO AGENTS Double that of other papers. An excellent opportunity for those out of employment to make money. Try it. Samples free. Address, Maupin Mrc Fannie K " " McMahan P.ii (non res) " Mern Mrs Ai.i.ie C 6 ' " acre land " Mulfinuen A F ' ' O'Neal l)ve ' " Pe'kins Mis Lou Piiwi-l- l E W and W J Collins '' Rice loe (N R) " Rcnridan & McQneeny ' ' ' Uyrncll John 2 ' " iun.laid Oil Co Shifficlt Id. i. acres land" " ShitTiett J .l.n L 140 acres " " land Tudor C W 3 town lots " " " omas PA Todd Jamet, C 4 acres land " TrajnO' LJ I town lot 1 Juns II " l) B Long 16 " " 20 Kelley Nannie E I Town Lot Kennard Mary A I50 Ar.res Land 15 Moore C C 25 43 6 Merrett Mrs BoOne 72 " 2 " iurra james l 01 " 6 NorrU Charlie I, Town Lot 2 5 Piewitt D. L. 100 Acres Land Preston I) A I Town Lot 30 60 Ross Alex Acres Land 67 " banders Stewart 2 3 5 " ' " '5 00 Stoll Daniel 5 6 00 Tudor Joh n G d j C 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ElizabethGJ ".. 3. 60 6 1 Faulkner Ed N R 4 " " Green Hadcn " Hackett Tom llanis Martha Hrs 36" Johnson Richard 20 " Kavanaugh Joe 3 " Mayo Landen 2 " Marshall Tom 3 Oldham Vina S " Phelps Geo 24 Yates Rachel 2 " " ' " " 2 30 40 YATES PRECINCT, NO . 10 00 3 5 io 00 S 00 1 1 00 00 14 15 30 00 3 00 Ht'slt 1, Tutor T Wm V 1 ' " s-- nid 11 ') J-- I EAZICESI Tay'or Doctor T J 7 Tiower Tin m is U 30 acres land Woriham J W ' x 10 50 00 4 00 3 00 50 00 1 " " 10 1 00 V3 ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI. O. -I ie 1.-- nv l ..... i5i. !. ,.'(.ir. r'r,, mJBt f fr.-.''4,,-- " ?TRIOGEF0RD'3 Te we ti hs-fii- ti. bald-head- vr:'YA, ECONOMIST , RANGE. , "" wesimr$t Larf'it. SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PHRCHA--THFMI cross-tcmperct- L OPULARj x; MONTfi; FXTOWN PRECINCT NO. 2. Batterton Mrs Suscn 130 aero; land " ' Clark Wm 3 Doz er Robt 10 Dozu r Win M Grot John S 40 Kin; an (N R) 25 " " 1 Kinj; Win 11 Kinj; Annie E (N R) 60 " " Moore Mat E 70 'oil woo.- Zack Hrs j8 " PucUett Jami' " ' Rolieraun Spicy D. .50 ' " ', a Woouin- - Jo 10 UVt die C ni 2 11 30 2 10 7 20 5 3 2 10 1 10 5 2 ro " 2' 5 4 60 20 6 io 1 1 10 " 60 60 9 20 3 3 V Ii.N PhKCINCT NO. 5 ;3M 3.1 . Oennv N'mv Htk 86 ' , Jni-ine- ss ttt Dem.ie-T- ll 1 1 lied I.rVtUroni (N R) she ton lam.B (N R laii-C-s S ihb-year- 57 W'MU Th.na-t- It U Wa-- h Wink er hud v R,i4 R6r,' '- '- - ' ' ' o o - 2 60 ... 6 20 1 e,864 " j ' 10 4 4 4. 6 f r-i v(vt-:g EiHjTnx PKctNcrr no, Adams Ba.helia 65' acn--s j- - THL fw SOLD IN RICHMOND. lincj ' CI i. 48t3agoiiHa,nd 1 11 i tsJ 4 C 5 - II BY m Adains Sttother G 6 " ,Avlitn Alhe W 2 " Aiu)-inJohn Hrs t " Adfiin LonU(N R) 6.) BaUlrJoo D (NR)Cq'4 e lo .80 to " " " - . 2 r5" 4 to 3-' ChiichMrs EHrs6 Chi1t:v)herCCHrsr" Djk3tw l Sf " " ' r. -- 1 IO 2 00 B 3. ' -- 6.30 3" Ballew Polly 3 Acres Land 5 00 Broaddus Jennie lo " ' to 20 Dunson Lucv 30 " 3 " Dillingliam Irvine 59 ' 0$ 4 69 Fmnv Susan Ih " 1 1.) Hill Kittle 6 " 6 3 Mie Iverson 3 " Parks Isaac 2? ' " Tudor 10 1 60 Smith Edith Tatum Wm 8 " 1 60 Yates Jeff Tussy Joe " 6 Wairen Arthur 2 Town Lots GLADG PRECINCT, NO. 3 00 Blv the Sidney I Acre land MILLION PRECINCT NO 8. Bog'e Dave " " 3 " " Blythe Eliza 23 Agee Sirah 22 Acres Land 2 60 " Burnam Charlie'Sr ' " Barne Ehz ibeth 55 7 i ' Dunson Eliza 2 Burrus Lydia " " 62 S i Diggs Sidney 2 " " ' Burton Abe Hrs 3 " - 3 Denny Amanda 2 '.. " Clark R ichel N R 90 ' " 11 So Denham Wm N R 14 - , " Cox John NR " 41 4 Coats Rebtca Hrs 24 " " 6 " 2 60 Farris Charlie "' " Cotts ' 41 la. Farri Jessie 3 4 Cotton Eliza "" " " o " 3 5 7" Francis Sam Cobb Eliza A " " 1 Town Lot I 15 30 Greet Robt Davis J oh n Hrs Gentiy Mat N R 4 "Acres Land " Ingram Phjlip la N R 2 3 . " 5 Kennedy Ashford . " Denny Joe Jr N R 2 11 1 60 Kennedy Jane t .Town Lot Evan Dr E. Trustee " " McKee Jerry J Alvt-rso- n ' 300 51 on Mooic Edna Foster lames 3 Acres Land 7 I lo 11 it Miller I.iac in Gully Emily " 37 " ' " 3 10 . y aa " Moran EJ Hager Lucy " 22 1 60 .". " Hill Tohitha Hrs 64 " 620 Peck Wm Rnss Anderson 3 Acre Land Hol'idav Me"ha and aa Reed Turner Bettie 3. Acres Land 70 3 10 , It - - a 11 Smith Isaac Kelley Brttje 2 90 Scott John It Kelley Woods 1 10 13 " Shearer Milium II - " la Long John Jr 1 10 Io " 11 Simpson Anderson Sr ." Locker 1 10 5 ' Tribble Troy 411 Land 31 . 4 i favlor Lucy N R " Long Mary A tl 3 10 2"" Long Sam Jr. 6 20 White Allen 50 Watt Sam " 2 Long Wm 21 2 20 " Walker Peter 6 Murphy Tinciller 80 6 20 White Geojr "6 Million John B 2 , I In KIRKSVILLC PRECINCT, NO. Million Mary A 27 la 4 10 Perkins Pauline N R t 3 Acres Land 90 Bogie Alex Reyno'ds foe T Hrs 7 " I 60 Embry Eph Re notiU Tom Hrs 6.s " 1 JO Moran Mary I Town Lot Sowi rs Wm S 200 " 10 20 Smith Mariah " Saiindets Viice 30 2 IO MILLION PRECINCT, NO. 3 enatmu Jjs SI it " I Io Salee Steve .V R 6V, " IS Acres Land 6 30 Bogie Squ"re Turner) Harriett N R35 " 6 3 60 Barnes Mariah Whittaker Harri tt 109 " 13 30 Chenault Wyatt 3 " " Crews Annstead 35 BLACK. " " D Jarnatt Frank 9 RICHMOND RRXC1NCT, Ho, I. " Mitchell Mary Mrs 37 " 1 TownJLot Ballew, Creci " Royster Cary 5 3 00 Barnes Reb cca " " Sebastian Robt 4 4 00 l Breck, Hurgo ne 4 7 00 Turner James BurglnMartba o It 3 50 Willi Tames Beua,.vhariie " oe Warrtn Dock Hwl 4 SIMMONS, Eurftaac, Mary 3 IS S12 Acres Lad s. M. 2 fo I- i !, ' 1 . e .' -- K jl. - -- I ii , : . a "save c,J.:- - i tl :& v Of s 3 THE CLIMAX. WEDNESDAY, - FEB. 12, 1S96 30 Prisoners 30. Jailer Wages has thirty prisoners. theso, 13 are far fellony. Some A Ohangs In Doctors. PERSONAL. crap-shooter- are among the others. May Die. Mr. Evans, of Danville, hurt when Mr. Graddy was killed at Versailles, is thought to bedying. He is at Versailles. True to Name. Mrs. James Bennett, of Kentucky, Fululu, Kin. Per packet 35c r trl OocMlxrrT, made an address at Y asriington la-- t Half pkt 15c. BUclbtrrr. La4tr Tonutto, Tuesday to the members f the Woman Iry FoUtoo, tt. call on Brown See his ad Suffrage Committee of tlnj United 'tatis thousands voluntarily say. T.'.0? Crimson Rambler Rose only Senate. Mrs. Bennett sp(ike us follows: - -- Elder ib the first drv goods man to Doing Well. FijOtju. Gcidk for 1896 coctaws litho VICKS graphs or double Sweet, J"ea, Koscs, liucx. "Gentlemen of the Comnjittee: Senator Hood's Fills are the best after dinner have a telephone in hi store It is ."4. Dr. Bender is well located in room yo. Dcrry, Raiifeerrr. Hew Leader Tomato, etc Lindsay and Representative Mcl'reary, Mailed on receipt of 10 cents, which car be deducted from first order, pills, assist digestion, cure headache. 25c Miss Mary Crawford, Uoytesville, has 4 at Hotel tilyndon and says he is doing really freh or free with fir any of the abore. of Kentucky, have just presented a memwell. His propobed painless extraction 1ih(1 The Gliuax to her at HamilJAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N. H. C. M. JD. orial to Congress in behalt of the Equal of teeth is bringing in the people. ton College, lxiugton'. Rights Association of thitt State. Ttiw Medicine and Surgery. New Dmsmakera. Wanted A reliable lady or gentlememorial asks the memhers of that honIf the hair bas been made to grow According to a decision of the Court Office Collins Baildin?, Main Street, man to distribute samples and make a, natural color on bald heads in thousands orable body to protect the'female citizens Remaining unclaimed in the r f A teals, druggists are now liable to a e The Misses Leavell, of Lexington, will house-to-hou- se Kentucky. VegRichmokd, ---- -canvass for our of cases, by using Hall's Hair Renewer, of the United States against State denial at Richmond, Kv., for tie week ending whisky. $50 fine open a fashionable dressmaking estabetable Toilet Soaps. $40 to S75 a month hy will it not in your case? of that right to vote foj members of Feb. 10, 181H5. Born, tn .Sallie Toston, wife of Geo. lishment in this place. They come higheasily made. Address Crofts & Redd, 842 Congress, which they exeviscd in rsew Bradler, W. F. Broacldns, Mary F. & Mont., on the ly recommended in their line by Chinu Tohton, of Myeii-burg- . Jersey until 1807, by a lav made m pur- Chenault, E. B. Covington, Miss to 850 Austin Avenue. Chicago, 111. 36 37 Weskly Mer-Joara- al Todd and Mrs. Curry, iu ,hose employIShli of January, a 9 pound boy Bur suance of the First seciioui of the FourHattie ment thev have been. nam F. Tostoii. teenth amendment pf our National Con Evaus, Miss Hannah Indigestion is often taken forconsump Free! Look at these Prices. stitution, in accordance wi).b the Virginia Gambriel, Annie tion. The consumption means wasting Matter Commissioner Swtt has now Climax and Cincinnati weekly En- Minor and Yarborough decisions of the Haywes, Julia Lyman Parrish, Plff. 1 Notice op -Ja fire proof, burglar proof safe in his SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSC Harris, Oph elia away, and dyspeptic often wastes away -1 ,. u Against Judges of the Supreme Court of the emirer, one year, SI 35. as badly as consumptives. office for the better preservation of imM-s-. 1 W. B. Cunningham's Adm'r. f Climax and weekly Courier-Journa- l, United States. The reason people waste away is beportant legal papers. Henry Hardigan, Mattie Hamilton, J Equality &c, Defts. ..The Weekly Courier-Journand.. one year, $1.50. And in the few minutes 'allcted to me Hufftnan.Samuel Mr. cause either they dout get enough to eat .....The Climax .... By virtue of a Judgment and Order of -- White & Bush say that "In Old Thrice-a-WeeNew York Climax and this morning I wish to speak to you, gen Moss, M. J. or they don't digest what they do eat. sale of the Madison Circuit Court, renBoth one year.for $1.50 Madrid," at opera house, Monday eve- - j World, one vear, Sl.70. tlemen, upon this subject If the latter is your trouble, take dered at the January term thereof, 1S86, Rufns Parks, ....THE EEGCUR PRICE JOR THIS PAPER HOSE.... ning an equal to "A Trip to China Town ' From what the Judges it the Supreme Reaves, Mrs. Lillian Rice, Miss Nannie Climax and any other newspaper or in the above style cause, the undersigned Shaker Digestive Cordial. This will help We have made a Bpecial contract with will, on will be found or money refunded. magazine heaier than you can possibly Court of the United Stales, who ren- Rowland, Anuie you to digest your food and stop your that greatest Democratic paper published, :E,3JXS-Z"get it from the publishers. dered the Virginia .Minor and Reese de- Saddler, Mrs. Mar loss of flesh. Married, January 22nd, at the resCourier-Journa- l, which we cisions, say in their Cruikshanks decisShaker Digestive Cordial is made from the Weekly Between the hours of 11 o'elock A. Stone yannie tha. idence of the bride's father, near Union Time Hovei Up ITinotecn Minutes. TKIXTING AND INVITATION. are enabled to furnish it fl gHoiTrTS-X"Z- " and 12 M., at the Court House door, 31. Miss Laura Clay is visiting her sister, ion of 1S70, you can very, leadily per Wall Gurrett herbs, barks and the juices of fruit, by the in Walker Miss Flor- Citv, by EM. W. S Ganiboe, Mr James R. C. Stockton,. for one year to subscribers Richmond, Madison County, Ky , proThe morning train, yorth, changed well known Shakers at Mount Lebanon, Mrs. Crenshaw, in Richmond, Va. On ceive that these gentleinetu arlinned iu ence W. Cochran to Miss Charlotte East. Vories. of The Climax who will pay the regu- ceed to expose to public sale, 10 the lt.E time Sunday morning, passing Richmond possesses great tonic and digestive powSaturday she addressed a number f their decisions that those pnyi.eges or White. Mrs. Eliza W. G. White. lar price, $1.50, one year in advance, The highest bidder, the following described - Every thing at once as usual mind 10 minutes earlier than usual. The time ers. women upon the subject, "Why AVoman immunities which weie eon lei red upon property, viz: A certain livery stable J. J. Brooks. J. B. Willis, P. M. reader, gramophone phonograph, special is now 3:10, iiibtead 3:30 as heretofore. Should Have the Ballot." Lexington citizens of the United Siaten by our Na Shaker Digestive Cordial has cured Weekly Courier Journal, published at aud lot of ground in Richmond, Ky., RECEPTION AND ACCOMMODATION. tional Constitution were necessaiy priviGazette. D. P. Armer has something new in many supposed consumptives (who were Louisvtlle, Ky Henry Watterson, Ed- bounded as follows: Lying and being on service at Methodist church and meeting Keep this in mind, or you'll get left. T. T. Covington. the corner of Irvine and Third of CoMimardcrv last Friday night. Miss Mary Burns has retarned from leges of citizens ot the United States; and plated Sterling silver t'nfaulTca andTable really dyspeptics), by simply helping itor in addition to all political news, and beginning on said corner, Streets, Horse Sale Samuel II. Stone. Stories, best Miscel thence north with Third Street running Oklahoma, alter an absence of two years, those which were conferred upon them Spoons. They are the best iu the mar- their stomachs to" digest their food, thus publishes the best 92 teet; Monbars, 2:llf, was bought by R. P. C. L. Searcy. The examining trial of Smith Marth-- e and will make her home with her grand by the Constitutions of tb btates were ket, and as cheap as other eods but they giving them nourishment and new lany, best Youth's Department, best of thence east at right angles 44 feet , thence Fox at the Faulconer & line sale. Lex John Bennett. rlv and Keuben Miller, for shooting everything. The regular subscription a parallel line with hue of Third Street not. That Congress could make laws pro- are warranted to waer tweaty-fiv- e parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hunley. years. strength. to Main Street 92 feet; tnence with Irvine Sam P. Deatherage."1 with intent to kill Rutherford Todd, was iugtou. for $1,500. Sired by Eagle Bird, viding punishment fur the protection of Dou't fail to see them. 35- Sold by druggists. Trial bottles 1q price is $1 a year. Street to the beginning 44 feet- Miss Flora Heath, of Richmond, is vis C. F. Burnam. grand jury in the sum of dam Lady Maud, 2:18. The horse was held for the YcU Will of persons iu the new constitutional cents. TFiS4 Two At the same time and place I will in a bargain. Mrs. M. iting Mrs. John B. Embrv ' ' ', Oeese, Ducks and Chickens 1 J. W. Bales. 300. pursuance of said judgment also sell "right of exemption fiom discrimination : 1 Papers iUiirig tfy l At the Woodward & Shanklin sale McClintock, is visiting airs Rutherford I 'Let parents not live for their chil. J. . D. Y Tribble. Richmond Produce & Cial Co., Coyle the following property, viz: A certain iu the exeiciee of the elective tranchioe The mind reader came, he didn't see, four days, 321 hooes sold for $43,300, and Mrs. S, P. Waltere.Rich- Douglas. dren, but with them." The mother house and lot of ground situated in DECORATION. on account of race, color or previous con- it Kennedy, say they will pay the highfor he was Idindfolded.but wa regarded as a good sale. mond, has been spendinga fewdayswith should allow no false modesty to stand Sample copies of The Weekly Courier-Journ- Richmond. Ky., on the north side of Dr. J. M. Poyntz. dition of servitude." Because it came est market price for geese, ducks, chickraked in a 6inall quantity of sheckels in the way of her daughter's knowledge hergranddaughter, Mr.s. Rutherford Doug Co., Louisville, Ky. All sub- Irvine Street and fronting 20 feet on said S. L. Midkiff. UibleSent to Jail. street and running back 100 feet to an from the Fifteenth Amendment of the ens and similar bipeds. They want 'em, satibfied the crowd and left town soon as of herself, of her possibilities, of her per- scriptions under this special offer must alley, being bound on las. Also Miss Mary Logan, Lauisville, has Claude Smith. the east bv lot Did anybody ever hear of such a thing Constitution ot the United States. But want 'em right away and want 'em bad. ils. For over thirty could. he been the guest of .Mrs. Douglas, thisweek years Dr. Pierce has be sent through The Climax. yannie L. Hood, on the sonth by Irvit MUSIC. before? yo. Well, this unheard-o- f perthat Congress could not make such laws If you have poultry to spare, bring it in used his "Favorite yicholasville Journal. Street and on the West by C. S. Powei Prescription" as a WEEKLY COURIER-JOURyA- L William Bennett. The Central University Mandolin formance was pel formed here in Rich for the pioieetiun of penouH in the rijiht to them. Their warehouse is near the strongthener.a purifier, a regulator. It ABSOLUTELY FREE! and being the western half of lot yo. ? E E. Mitchell. and Guitar Club aided by the grapho iiiond yesterday. It was this way. Mr. in the Crow addition of Richmond. Ky. of suffiage itself; because the right to Ice Factory and Steam Laundry, at K works directly upon the delicate, dis Grant E. Lilly. Terms : Sale will be made on a credit phone phonograph gave an excellent en- George W Park, near Speedwell, has a On last Thursday Mrr. Robert Rodes vote in tne Slates came from the btates, C. de j)ot. tinctly feminiue organs, in a natural, ! of six and twelve months equally. The Morgan. J. C. tertainment at the court bouse, Friday handbome morocco hack family Bible It Burnam gave a most beautiful luncheon and had neither been "granted or se POPULAR MONTHLY'S GREAT LEE soothing way. purchaser will be required to give bond, It searches out the weak , o( the United J. A. Higgins. j cured by the Constitution night and cleared $20. had come loose iu the back. He sent it to her sister Mrs. John S. Park, who left AR HOLES. with good security, for the payment of spots and builds them up. A woman ooooceofr This gathering of the best people in yesterday to join her husband in the city States." And itrspeaking of the rights to the Climax oflicc for repairs. When the purchase money, to have the force The Elite Stationary Company, of Lex who would understand herself should Commissioner Scott will sell the done, we sent it over to his daughter, Kentucky in the town of Richmond is no of Mexico where he is now in business. ot Mrs. Minor, of a judgement bearing legal under the There is no American, lining or dead, send 21 cents to the World's Dispensary, ington, Ky., is determined to increase and effect of the day of sale, interest from with a lien Parrih livery stable, corner Irvine and Mrs. Wagers, wife of the jailer. binall honor. Doubtless the citizens will Mrs- - Burnam is conceded by all who fiibt bec.tion of the Amendyoithor South, who stoC'd nearer the y. Y., for Dr. Pierce's Medical their engraving business by furnishing reserved upon said property until all the Third streets, at public sale, Friday, 21rt duly appreciate it. Decorations should have enjoyed the gracious hospitality of ment of our national Constitution in hearts of people, or whose money is Buffalo, first class work at prices away below their purchase money is paid. Adviser, a book of 1008 pages. "la Old Madrid." by order of court, in therae of Parrfrh be in profusion, and everybody and her charming home to be a most graceful their Virginia Minor of 1V75, eld with more sacred eflection, than competitors, When in need of visiting White & Bush promibe that in the pro everything abont town should put on the and winning hostess and the luncheon of the Judges of the Supreme Court titst vs. Cunningham's administrator &c A young man in Lowell, Mass., troubE. Lee. All on this side cards, wedding invitations, &c. xc, write duction of "Old Madrid" on next Mon- best appearance. As matters of interest Thursday will but add to the laurels she said: "fche has always bton a citizen General Robert led for years with a constant succession M. C. M. C. C. of the wipad-ou- t but them for samples and prices. Dr. W. T. Brooks has purchased of day evening, the theatre goers will witconnection with the Grand Comnian-der- y has already won. from her birth, aud entitled to all the "line" feel that they know him; but of boils on bis neck, was completely Dr. D. C. Lyman his interest in the drug ness one of the beat comedies that any in meeting arise, the public shall be The table was decorated in pink and privileges and immunities ol citizenship. there is fetill much of bin history aud cured by taking only three bottles of store, and D. Lyman and family will go age or literature has produced. It is duly notified. white and was very beautiful with glit- The amendment prohibited the State of that of his family and his ancestors tha-ha- s Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Another result of the to Philadelphia to reside. Paris Kentuck modern, bright, sparkling and witty. Its tering cut glass and silver, the soft light which bhe is a citizen frouutbridgiiig any never yet been told. On this ac treatment was greatly improved digestion ian Citizen. plot is one of the most ingenious and Airay On The "Wings of Love. of pink caudles and the lovely pink and of her pri ileges and immunities as a. cit- count the Climax is please! to note the with increased avoirdupois. Mrs. S. F. Hock fell from a chair in original. Its fun bubbles up .spontane izen of the United States, hut it did not announcement of Frank Leslie's popular Prompt courteous and geners treat Charles E. Hudson and Bettie R. Mar white carnations that lormeu tnc exquiswhich she was standing at ner home on ously. These are never strained but tin, elopers from Paint Lick, Ky., confer a citizenship on her; that she had Monthly regarding the series of noble ment, with lowest prices and honest fragrant centre-piecwere ite and Broadway, Tuesday evening of last week, gro naturally out of the story and are married in Jeflersonville yesterday afterA delicious luncheon was served in before its adoption. Lee paper, that begin in the February methods at Richmond Warehouse and life-likand broke the large boneof the right arm, alwavb vivid and "If the right of suffrage is one of the issue. The first is "The An estors ofGen-er- Coal Yard. 34.37 noon at 3 o'clock by Magistrate J. H. eight courses. just alwve the wrist, but is improving The guests lingered until the lait mo- necessary privileges of a citizen of the lliat New Train. Robert E. Lee and the Times in Hause. They were accompanied by Taylor Brothers have on hand the satisfactorily. Charley Burnam, the colored geniub, Mirs Hattie G. Mitchell, who lives five ment and at last regretfully departed United States, then the Constitution and Which They Lived, " by Mrs. Judge famous Vulcan Plows, the best in the who constructed two miniature traius, a miles from Richmond, Ky., and who had with most pleasant memories of the laws of Missouri, coi. fining a to men, are Roger A. Pryor, of yew York. The whole s, The Board of Directors, world, so says everybody that has ever charming hostess nnd the fair guest of iu violation of the Constitution of the series, beginning with tlu earliest colofreight and passenger, last summer, has been visiting Mibs Martin. B contractors and residents of the Speed3- 4honor who by her sparkling vivacity had United Suites as amended and conse- nial times down to the present date will used one. Mr. Hudson called at Miss Martin'g well. Kingston &Menelaus Turnpike Co., completed an improved locomotive, tenso great1)- added to the pleasure of the quently void " Anil then decided that be enriched with nmuerouH portraits and Taylor Brothers are nowreceiving their have been at logger heads for sometime der and one car. They are on exhibition house Wednesday evening and proposed the rightof suffrage was not one of the illustration of special intenst, heretofore spring goods for the farmers. at Waller & yelsou's, down on lower to the young woman to flee with him to occasion. 3- 4but after having their wrongs righted iu privileges of a citizen of the uuprinted, and a large speaking likeness Those present were Mesdames W. B. nece-sar-y Judge Scott's court, everything is peice Main All the latest improvements in the Hoosier Gretna Green. At 11 o'clock Can be had just as fresh Pil9Sapp33ltor7T dy's Altoconclu- - in water colors of Genera' Lee. anil brotherly love, and on the 1st Satur- ventillators, sand boxes, hells and the she aroused Miss Mitchell, who had re Smith, C. F. Burnam, Henry Wygant, United States b) baying iu the is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipa' sion of the decision: - gether these articles will form a valuable and at the same price "Ueing unaniday in May, there will be a footwashing like are presented. The three pieces are tired, and asked if she would accompany Thomas Scott, J. V. Logan, R. C. Stotk- cents per or money refunded. nearly six feet long. her to JelTersonville. Miss Mitchell an ton, J. M. Foster, W G. White. B. L. mously of the opinion that the Ooustiiu- - addition to the history of the great men tion, Send two stamps for50 as you get them in 101x40 on Haves' Fork. and circular at Station box. nouueed her redinessand the trio slipped Middelton, George V. Pickels; Charles S. tion of the United States doos not confer of the nation. Free Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered Died In St. bouts. Lexington. Known Here. Pharmacist, Lancaster, Pa. No Postal. out. Mj. Hudson had abuggy in waiting Holton; Misses Kate Walker, Alice the right ot sudiage upon any one, and Any tendency to premature bil lues s Answered. For sale by all first-chiWilliam R. Estill died at the Baptist and the party was quickly on its way Lloyd, yannette Crooke, Sallie Burnam that the constitutions and laws of the James Beaz'ey died in Lincoln county, "YOU save expressage by leaving may be promptly checked by the use of druggists everywhere, and in Berea, Ky., Sanitarium in fct- - Louis, on Wednesday, to Junction City, twenty-fiv- e several States which commit that nnpor miles aw ay. and Lizzie Wilniore. January 18th, 1S0G, aged alout CO years. January 20th, 1800, 6 by is. E. Welch, Jr with orders Vigor. Don't delay till and was buried at taut trust to men aloue, aie not necessa- Aver's Hair The rain was pouring, but a6tormy night Buriel at Lancaster. His wife was Miss Estill, Howard county. Mo., on hair-roodethe 31st. presented no section of the the scalp is bare and the EMBEZZLEMENT?. rily void wealfiriu the judgment There is more catarrh in this terrors to the runaways. Sallie Grimes, of Athens, Fayette counstroyed If you would realize the best of the country than all other diseases lie hail been under treatment of special, They reached court below." yesterday morn ty. He and wife had relatives in this results, begin at once withthis invaluable put together, and until the last few ears ists, since July, for nervous prostration. M. BROWM, So the Judges of the Supremo Court, ing aud went to the Louisville Hotel and .county. John Edmiston, ol Crab He was 40 years old, a son of J. R. Estill-an- d who rendered the Yarborough decision of preparation. was supposed to be incurable. For a registered. Orchard, was arrested by Deputy U. S. married a daughter of Gen. Richard I lbS4, affirmed Dr. Jasper. In Olden Times great many years doctors pronounced it that the right of suffrage Miss Martin is a handsome girl, and the wmvii .flllOUtll UlltUUUl I? tuiivcniuj Richmond, Ky Street, Gentry, whose wife was a daughter of daughter of widow. Her .. i, it-i- i a :r : mother was iu a cuuiiiiiccii'iiri ni. t .! ..,A was one of the necessary privileges of People overlooked the importance of per- a local disease, and prescribed local remphysician has loRecently this voting iij lAfiiuuii, Col. yicholas Hocker, near Speedwell iu failing to cure pEJlHraUilpiJlp Etrongly opposed to her marriage. Mr. him in $1,000 bond, for trial on the 12th. the constitutions and laws confining it to manently beneficial effects and were sat- edies, and by constantly cated in Richmond and opened an office Madison county. Leaves wife and three with local treatment, pronounced it in Hudson is employed by a sewing machine The editor of this paper has been uifii only were in violation of the cotisli isfied with transient action; but now in Collins building. He is a of children. that - V. mid has company, the couple expected last night aware of the embezzlement for tutiou of the United Mates i.s amended, it is generally known that Syrup of figs curable. Science has proven catarrh to one of the best medical whoto go to Cincinnati aud wait for the ma months, but owing to the age of Mr. and consequently oitl, when they af- will permanently overcome habitual con be a constitutional disease, and therefore of late taken a Lock No. 7. "urie. constitutional treatment- - nail's , the right to His experience covers nine wan-The work on lock No. 7, at High Bridge ternal storm to subside. Miss Mitchell Edmiston and his fandly we kept the firmed in that decision that the stipation, well informered people will requires intended to accompany them Louisville matter quiet, while at the ' same vote for members of Congress in the not buy other laxatives, which act for a Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. latter part of which time was 6pent in lias already begun in earnest. The side by the ConstituCheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only Bloomiugton, Illinois timo we felt that we were doing the peo- States was "conferred track leading from the C. S , has been Times. time, hut finely injure the nystem. constitutional cure on the market. It is of the United States" unon the ''citi ple of this county injustice to keep them tion completed, and the Government boat, zeu," and guaranteed against the statutes The sick man knocking at the door of taken internally in doses from 10 drops Didn't Cone to Pass. Circuit Conrt. unipformed on the subject, since Mr. Gen Poe, is making regular trips to High announced Bridge weekly with tools and other supWednesday's Climax Circuit Court began Monday with a Edmiston is a member of the fi&cal court of the states bv the first soction of its health gets in if he knocks the right to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the way, and, stays out if he doesn't. There blood and mucous surfaces of the system through its Waco correspondent that plies to be used in the construction of big docket. The equity docket comprises aud has a big vote in the management of Fouiteenth amendment. declared that first sec are thousands of ways of gt tting sick but They offer one hundred dollais for any And tiave-thuMiss Etta Chambers, daughter of Squire the lock. Excavations are being made 215 cases including 43 appearances. The the finances of the county. By the H Clay Chambers, of College Hill, on the Mercer bide, where the lock will ordinary docket has 120 cases of which papers, which we weie shown sme time tion of the Fourteenth amendment has onlv one way to get well. Do whatever case it fails to cure, aend for circulars e would on Thursday marry Mr. William be located. About the first of March 48 are appearances. detective, it was annulled the word "male" hi the consti- you will, if you do not put your diges- and testimonials. Address, ago by the j F. J. CHEyEY, & CO , Toledo, 0. riflith. The time came but Griffith did the river will be drained and the dam Sixteen couples have found marriage Mr. Edmiston's custom to charge himself tutions and law-- of the States confining tion in good order, and make j'our blood lm BJSold by Druggists, 75c. grievously dis put in. From two hundred and fifty tn to be a failure and want divorces. Of with just 10 per cent, of the amount of the rightof suffrage to men, and restored rich and pure, you will not get well. e not. The bride was not oppointed, as she converted the wedding three hundred men will be employed on these four couples are white and twelve money he received from onlTH, tc If to the female citizens of the United Rich, pure blood is the only thing that Cherry Pectoral is known by Ayer's supper into a party supper, and seemed the work regularly. This will be a big colored. down $10, if $5. 50 States that right to vote for c'tate officers can bring perfect health. Constipation its works. The experience of half a cenit was$100 as gay as the gayest of the company, help to High Bridge as there will be no Only 29 commonwealth cases are on cents and so on, thereby showing it was aud for members of Congress, which they is a disease of the blood. A large part of tury proves that no other preparation of all diseases are traceable directly to im- the kind stops coughing and allays irrihe is evidently fortunate in not becom- commissary or boarding bouse attach- docket, none of these being of a very a clear case of 2 abstraction ol funds. exercised ?n y'ew Jersey until 1807. So 1 hope you gentlemen will report a purities in the blood, and can be cured ing the wife of such an uncertain ments. yicholasville Journal. serious nature. The whole docket uum Mr. Edmiston Is well ptneken in years, tation of the throat and bronchial tubes quantity. hers 304 cases. A number of prisoners has just lost his wife after she was bed bill to Congress protecting white and by eliminating them with Dr. Pierce's so promptly and effectually as this. The first have been held overto await the action ridden for more than aMecadeaud having black women iu their constitutional right Golden Medical Discover''. Nobody Hut Printers Make Mistakes (?) Everything in our Store, consisting of T hrew way His 1'aneii. Railroad Valuation. of the Grand Jury and when all the in- always borne a good reputation. M tich to vote for meiubeis of the United Mates thing it does is to put the whole digesOne day last week, Commissioner Mr. D. Wiley, ex postmaster, Black Auditor Stone has forwarded to County Scott employed a man to remove his bur dictments are returned the number of sorrow is felt that he should now bring House of Representatives in the several tive system into perfect order. It stimu- Creek, y. Y., was so badly afflicted with lates the appetite, excites si copious seClerk White the valuation of railroads disgrace on bimswlf and family, and it is Suites of this Union. glar proof safe from the office over the cases will probably reaclf 400. Black men now sit side by side w itli cretion of the digestive fluids and pro rheumatism that he was only able to The docket embraces several damage hoped that he can explain out or be let in Madison count) for taxation, as follows: Climax to his otlice in the court lious-e- . white men upon our great American motes assimilation. It searches out dis- hobble around with canes, and even then L. & y. (K. C. Division) from KenSeveral men were suit with ropes, skids, suits. Those of Leslie Pigg and George off lightly. Stanford Journal. throne and rule over the w liile women ease germs wherever they may be, kills it caused him great pain. After using tucky River to Boones Gap, 27.91 miles. crow-bar- s and the like to bring the safe. Collins, against Chief of Police Donahoe And I believe them aud forces them out cf the system. Chamberlain's Pain Balm ho was so of these United States. NEWSPAPER LAW. 532S.518. Fort Estill to Paint Lick, 1 1.78 Governor McCrearv has a safe in the and bondsmen, have be.en mentioned! that one of the things which, induced the The "Golden Medical Discovery" has much improved that he threw away his Liiles; $47,646. It. N I. & B., 28 miles, same office. His name is on the front. auother suit is that of J. J. Eades and white men of this country tu extend the been used with unvarying success for canes. He says this liniment did him against the L. and N. road. One $104,010. Following are the laws laid down by T. J. Scott is the name on the other. The wife more good than all other medicines and s. ballot to biauk men in preference to their over 30 years. October-MrRichmond has .46 miles and Berea .77 Eades alighted the "United States governmenOor the Will be sold strictly at COST from now men rushed up into the office, grabbed a night last treatment put together. For sale at 50 own wives was because they thought miles of L. & N., but Richmond's new from the train at Ford. She alleges that protection of the newspapers: until January 1, 1896, to mak room for 3 safe and yanked it down stairs, by Hagan's Pharmacy. to over His church, djot and other property puts the valua- the street and into the court house. acros3 he regular passage was obstructed by Subscribers who do not give express God ruled be like God, and and they as To restore gray hair to iU natural color cents per bottle our Spring Goods and giv ui a chance Just daughter of Mr. Fred WebThe little in youth, cause it glow abundant theiefore g Company's cars and she was obliged notice to the contrary are considered as wanted to tion higher than Berea's, the former to remodel our stort 5 the commissioner discovered Gov- the withheld the ballot from wotaen in order and strong, there is no bettor preparation ber, Holland, Mass., had a very' bad cold has then to pais around the depot. In the dark$8,032; the latter. $7,573. Berea willing to continue their subscription. ernor McCreary's name and called their and cough which he had not been able over their wives, than Hall's Hair Renewer. that they might rule more land belonging to the railroad than ness she fell over a pile of lumber which If subscribers order tliedhtcoiitiiiu nee 1 attention to it. They could but retrace to cure with any thing. I gavo him a 25 she says was placed there by the Com- of their periodicals from the office to just as they thought God rufed over His has Richmond. The Proper Tims their steps and exchange safes. Those cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remchurch. So 1 wish to call the attention pany, and broke her arm. She sues for which they are directed, they are remen can't understand why printers make of you, gentlemen, to the lict that St. When the most benefit is to bo derived edy says W. P. Holden, merchant and $2,500. sponsible until they settle their bills and Paul declares that the husband is head of from a good medicne, is early in the "postmaster at West 3rimfield, and the qtSl High. Everything mistakes. Gran! J. H. Thomison, a colored man of this order them continued. ttie wile, even as Christ is jiead of the year. This is the seuson when the tired next time I saw him he said it worked Elso." 21Q Main A Powerful (Jun. city, wants the same amount from the If subscribers move to other p!ncea ciuirch, being Himself the Siviour of the body, weakened organs anc. nervous sys- like a charm. This remedy ia intended At last meeting of the City Council, C. the Deputy Sheriff Joe Deatherage was at same company. About ten dajs ago, without iufoi uiing the publisher, and the body. And . that For church shall "reign" tem yearn for a building-u- p medicine especially for acute throat and lung dis hri-aS. Powell was elected Chief of the Fire Old with I believe that the while he was driving a wagon for the Department. He was already President Berea, one day last week, and was shown Winchester Tin and Stove Co , he alleges papers are?eiit to the former direction, white and black men of thistcountry will like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Many wait for eases such as colds, croup and whooping a whits oak tree, two feet in diameter, tiny are lieid elevate women up to placet upon our the open spring weather and, in fact de- cough, and it is famous for its cures. e of the Water & Light Co., of the with a bullet hole entirely through the Jie,W5is struck by a car near the depot The couN have decided th.it refusing gn-a-t Atneritars throne wheij they realize lay giving attention to their physical con There is ho danger in giving it to chil Powell-Turle- v Insur Co.. of the and liv- His ear was split and other injuries were to take perithiicals from the lhVo or re- that cur v reatorhasmanifefjed Himself dition so long that a long siege of sick- dren for it contains nothing injurious. ance aggregation, and many other con- center. Merchant Brannaman iu the flesh and died upon a cross in orsaid they saw the mau inflicted. He alleges the accident was moving ami leaving them uncalled for ii der to lift HU church up to ft, 6eat by His ness is inevitable. To rid the system For sale by Hagan's Pharmacy, cerns of equal weight and importance. eryman Parri8h men in prima facie evidence of intended fraud own side, that she might reijjn with Him of the impurities accumulated during of them was in a caused by the carelessness of the Our people are growing more and more But as to the Fire Department, you fire the shot. One of the train. Any person who receives a newspaper eternally in the heavens. the winter season, to purity the blood in the habit of looking to Hagan's Pharyour last sum- position to see the bark fly off the far charge can 6afely hypothecate The largest 6uit on the docket is that o' and makes use of it, whether he has oras the bullet emerged. aud toinvkarate the wholesystem, here macy foi the latest and best of every mer's 6OX and bet the proceeds thereof side of the tree Former Pastor In liiclimnnd. The bullet patsed on, went through an the Ebtill County Deposit Bank against dered ft or t. Is held by law asubscriber. is nothing equal to Hood's, Sarsaparilla. thing in the drug line. They 11 Chamthat the indiscriminate giving and coun- inch plank of a stable wall and into the the bondsmen of the late Cashier Joe Rev. J.O. AVaught, VerjaUes who is Dou't put it off, If fciibbeih.ew pay in advene they arc hut take Hood's Sarsap- berlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its at termanding of orders by everyb0' opposite wall, from which it was cut. McDowell which wastransferred here bound to give notice to the publisher at aRsiMing Rev. J. E. Wright iji :i series of arilla now. It will do you. good. Read cures of fire wotit be tolerated for even a brief bd colds, croup and whooping a the Methodist ijhiirch, is a the testimonials published .in behalf of was not so much as battered. from Irvine. Suit is brought for the end of their time, if they do not wish cough. When in need of such a medi'15 WHAT WE WANT- moment Somebody will get knocked The bullet with $1,000 interest. Winchester to continue taking it, otherwise the ub very forcible speaker aud 1a igood was a steel bullet, about 30or32 caliHood's Saruaparilia, all from reliable, cine give this remedy a trial and you will down, and then the firemen'will proceed But it US INTLBS ST0CX 0? WINTIB DEI GOODS, CL0THET&, SE0S3 (oiinute talk A thirty or forty . lisher is authorized to send it on, and the bre, and more thanan inch long. Theguu Democrat. , gratelul people. Thov tell jlie story. - be more than pleased with the result- with their work subscribers will be resuonsihle until an from him gives you something to think a short one, and such as is used in the HATS, AT HALF PBI32. For Bait send to Richmond Warehouse WINTER IS HERE. "German army. It will shoot tlnee miUs. express notice with payment of all ar over when you go home andj if your conAn Ingenious Swindle. Pure Canlessness. Death. Frea 7 science is not at ease his eanjest declara and Coal Yard. belonged to a detective from Virginia. The community is warned" to be on the reai, is bent the publisher. Henr) Craddy, nne of the most promi- It tions of the Scriptures is surji to bring it BRiSGISG WITH IT CATARRHAL DISSEA8ES O came out to this county in lookout for the woman book agent who Publishers of newspapers can, ui der nent men of Woodford county, and a The detective Ship stuff, corn, oats, buy and other ALL KINDS- for fraud who lo the surface. Preaching levery after200 calls and of a man who had bought a leaes a volume for inspection the law, ane.it any man model man in every way, was killed by a search i Virginia, paid $50 on it and She doesn't talk you to distraction or takes a paper and ref s to pay for it noon at half past two, and ijt night at 7 kinds V-of feed at .Kichinonxf Warehouse Winter Is half over. People are c on Q A IT train near Versailles, one day last week. diamond in yicholasville Jourii al. P ..! -.. ..I left. He found the man, collected the bore you to death soliciting you to buy it. Under this law it is a dangerous trick for o clock. tinuing to catch colds and not n house bu He with a friend from Danville was in a Farmers, when you come'to town give hears the winter cough. People are trying HIGH PRLJEDIICj JO. Oh ! no. She simply leaves the book for a man lonllovr his subscription acountbug)' driving out to his farm. He took $150, and $30 for expenses. Taylor Brothers a call, and get prices on to get something to cure these troubles, to run on from six nioiithutu ayearanda you to look over, and eays she will call of the railroad crossing, alno notice A His Cocorn. The highest draftsaleofhoj: ever made plows, harrows and hardwire, and you which are almost inevitable at this time o later. This is apparently a very modest half, nupaid.and then tell the pofttuaeter though s in plain view, and there AsherXumbcr Company filed this and businesslike way to proceed, but the to mark it "refut-ed,or Mind to the edi at auction was that of Wood ord Bros, at w out have to go any place lee, for they the year. It can safely be said that nino The was nothing to keep him from seeing the " 34- week a statement of its condition with next day a man calls and asks if the tora postal card to discontinuethep.-tie- r will suit you. atSheiuindoab la., Jan. 15,w ten forty-sitenths of the people in the United Statta opptoaching train. Besides it was reguthe clerk as required by law- - The capi- book has been examined,-sayin- g To shows (thirty mx being, gilt: ) averaged have cold sometime during the winter. tlint s lar train time. More than that, some tal stock is one million dollars all paid in. Tayjor Brothers is the place to get the There is one remedy which will prevent Mr. W.E. Turner, a tobacco raiser of nearh StK) per head. One earling sow the lady leaves the book and lie does the parties in a vehicle were standing on the They own real estate to the value of Disc Harrow none betterm the market. colds and coughs and cureihem with soliciting. The book is given to him, Sharpfeburg.'cnine to this city last Satur sold tn Chaffee Bros ,Buir, eb., for S505, ' F pike, just across the railroad, waiting for $379940; personal property worth $1,045,-17v- v 3-4t day and drew from thpbank certainty when they are contracted. which is the highest price a sow ever aud a day or two later the woman whq the approaching train to pass, and tried the amount of left it calls. When she learns that it was for which he had recently sold his crop brought at auction yebresl a took four-they owe debts to Taken with f to get any This remedy is Taylor Brothers is the pi to stop him, h? calling to him, but he $42,251 and have $47,042 owing.tothetn. ' - i"im" foiled ?500 np in a teen head at an average of $1 17 per head ij thing . . .., looked. Just as the g' vp.n tothtt man.. she resorts to terTrx., of tobacc6 S5K. . He lieu at bottom. regularity dnring the winter months, it . .. . . in. the hardware . neither heard nor The capital stock is divided into ten lamentations and sometim.es hysteria, roll and tied a string around it, piaceo it prevent coughs, colds, la . will entirely Si horse got on the track, Mr. Graddy saw thousand shares with the following FireinMirance companies $ doing n bis Kip pocket aud started lionie. - Begrippe, consumption, bronchitis or pneu the train, then within a few steps of him. stockholders: W, R. Burt, 49S0 shares; .say6 that'he has done it all along the tween this citv' and the tollgate on the nes iu Richmond uie to be ftnwn1 C1 O ! liUtU vw monia. It will also cure without failure rVEVrVTft I,. -- He hit tlie horse which sprang forward, C. W- - Hurl, 10 shares; JUL Brabb, 307 street, that he must have seen her leav- MaysviFTe -'- j-j-, pik. he reached for the mdne? vear, bo lesotvvH tha Council catarrh and recent cases of consamptiofi, k ing the books, and followed before hhe on the track just in ' pulling the bngy 11. M, Raudelf, 1020 shares; L C. shsres; and itwas gone. Heiscoutideut thathe Mr. W. ll, ohaukd euteit Sued at ta-aad oHep in advanced stages. j time to catrh the engine sqcare on the Chappen, 610 shares; I. H. Gilbert, 100 had time to get back; that she is er lost tJTe moue; from hw pocket, but it What: a FiinriV Narr.Gs e Friday night in fionor of' Mibees. Eflie iivetyWKiy swuia uve tiie poor anil cannot afford to lose the book, , The buggy wts torn y . Bide of the bog r tt. VeryTrue, buf it KHM fe.lt Pain, z book on catarrh and wintec tdw:iMoa W. M Btckiier, 210 shares Winchester flint, tlipv had mav be that lie was -- kiuciu-g -nl ir. Burnett, of WincnefeterrI.eH Baldwin, of, to cive it to auv . to pieces, the ianviH& friend painfully Deaaocrat. l ViS , --one but her, &ud other things tonally Turner Mary Pickett of Shelby, wb&Vfc bdi SstrJ Everywhere; Svj , aMWd worKtpg, iiiuustrwus ;s t free by TKe Ym-a- J hnrr, and Mr. Gnuhly instantly killed .. Em aaa we Mm wits very Jieavuy Doliie McRoberte, and Luta l Ns far! LteeSIWfaeterfCfoiyj Colwn,p Fare careleeeneaecKUEpgui&ny timet, more 'County Judge Burnam now has if cotmne'iBK, until the vicliai rsz ' j ' ' . r ,jfnrj- 7.- - 1 I" to upoe.l$iu.;r-a- j UwhMttS-3- , Owaley. fcanfol Whji! 1MB, UUN. book.SicTKjtesvilhiUrnaL' tefef hoae iu hk o&cef Umm jmus isOtikkfita. detiie C& K0VEI.IIE3, Rev. Dr. Youug preached in Win- chester Sunday. If yon want handsome cut flowers, g k Dr. Perry of Foxtown has. gone, to Miss yarmie Land, of Lexington, is visPhiladelphia to take a post graduate course. He will be gone till May let iting Miss LizzioTurley. Dr. C. E. Poynts, of Waco, has gone Mr. Wra. Bean, of Winchester, is visidown to Foxtown to fill Dr. Perry's place. ting here. Mrs. James S. Winn, of Winchester, State Grata! Commandery. is visiting her mother, Mrs Miller, on Richmond Coinmandery, No. 19, Las 4th Avenue. begun arrangements to entertain the Mr. J. A. Sullivan has gone to Indian State Grand Coinmandery, which will Territory to visit his sister, Mrs. Nellie convene in Richmond, Wednesday, May 27th. The subjoined executive commit- Diess, who h seriously ill. Mies Hallie Tudor, of Irvine, spent tee of Sir Knights has been appoiuted by Sunday with relatives here. the Coinmandery : Mr. It. G. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, D. P. Armer. was here last week on business. K XS. Stockton. Dr. J. M. l'oyntz. Miss Susie G. Stuart, of Georgetown, K. It Burnam. is visiting her sister, Mis. French Tipton. William Bennett. M'ss Marguerite, Pates, of Midway, was It C. H. Covington. . the guest of her brother, John It., several T. T. Covington. w The Executive Committee has ap- days last eek. pointed other committees, of Sir Knights Miss Allie Tribble, of this city, is vis iting friends and relatives in the surrounding towns. finance. It. C. H. Covington. County School Superintendent Jin. It. It. Burnam. A. T. Million is in Frankfort, looking William Bennett. after needed school Jegislation- JVW. Herndon. PKOGHAM AND ENTKKT AINMKXT. Mr. W. It. Shackelford, attorney at It. It. Burnam. law, was in Frankfort last week, ai d J. Speed Smith. thinks there is more excitement in the A. W. Smith. daily papers than there is in the capital. t: PLEA FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE MADE BY MRS. JAMES BENNETT BEFORE THE SENATE COMMITTEE. RAISED THE ASSESSMENT, The Board of Tax Suoervisors have finished their work and jsiven the result to the Clerk. Ordinarily but few changes are made, hut this time the changes are made by scores and hundreds. Some few assessments were thought too high ami were reduced, but fcy far the most numerous class cf charges was in the other directiou. The net raise in the assessment was $145,155, The value of the turnpike property was placed at $04.900. Winchester Democrat VICKS 5 Half lb. Double Sweet Pea, Bride of Niagara' Sweet Peas 40 cents, 25 cts., quarter lb. 15 cts. Mixed Per lb. wisties, FLORAL ( "The Common People," As Abraham Lincoln called them, do no care to argue about their ailments. What they want is medicine that will cure them. The simple, honest statement, "I know that Hood's Sarsaparilla cured me," is the best argument in favor of this medicine, and this is what many GUIDE ic. LIST OF LETTERS Post-offic- Y.sxsxsssxsxssxsxsxs' JASPER, Commissioner's sole! 1 fecial" 2 FOR , PI3. Si, 1893 fhee Wart idrtial Yar. Prs- al E&pd y li mtfhi i i, de'-isio- S. E. SCOTT, e. e. al H0NflKER3t FINE stock-holder- mrcr fi,wim! , nsj ss mm 7-- ts I. Sis STATIONERY STORE, gra-hnt- se ipllllrplpapi ain pot-gradua- s flUGHTER ! pnst-otlic- . hettt CLOTHING, T rr UEt2-.AUl&fiM2- DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES be-ii-- HENRY KLEIN & SON, 1 . Street. Bronston Stand. Tele-nl.on- J. G. MILLER, MAN'GR. -- Money! Money! Money! $26,-403.- 55 34-3- Men's Suits at Half Price. Boys Suits at Half Price.. ui-e- . Men's Shoes at 75 cents, worth '$1.50. Ladies shoes at 75 cents, Worth .$1,50. " x I Everything In The Store Must Be Make Room For Sold Out 5; ... e Pe-ru-n- a. 1SPRING GOODS i . Don't huy any where until you seeOTJjSS; nHo.es. WE will sarft vnn Wi?TV on every DOLLE. w-psjt- no-ns- ..J9... sr ."- Kk-hmon- immmrigQwrw.- MeXMr K ii r4: 0 j? V 1 r.. f f? 'ttff, Hi - "' ' A-iKi Well Satisfied with -- SENATOR GOEBEL. Kales la 'the lot- - LegUlatl-' rrt-dlo- Ayer's Hair Vigor. "Nearly forty years ago, after some weeks of sickness, my hair turned pray- - 1 began using Ayer's Hair Vigor, and was so well satisfied with the results that I have never tried am other kind of dress ing. It requires only an occasional appli-cation of k t. ry""- l--k- x-- - AYER'S Hair Vigor to keep my color, hair of good to remove cdandruff, to heal itching numors, and prevent the hair from falling out I never hesitate to recommend Ayer's medicines to my friends." Mrs. II. 31. ILught, Avoca, 2ebr. Km. tnfa teuton the der Fridar t7 m democrat. Senates Goebel. B11U introduced! Gentle bill No. 120, br lr. McCord Aa set to amend ecilon 8J- -, chapter 32, Kentucky italutci. belie subdivisions, of said chapter, entitled Kllroad ommlsslon." (Prorldei ior a porter for commissioner' office.) Senate bill No. Uf. Mr Dimnis An act to prevent Eiakinr and passing worthless cheeks. Senate bill No IS!, by Mr slm Aa act to amend action 661 of Kentucky statutes. It belnc same aa sactlon ot chapter ml of the acts of 189l-'entitled "An Act Rel tine to Courts of Jmtko" Hoes i Bills lunodurei' To abolish the once of auditor in citie. of the flnt class and asak n- - the controller tee central accountant of the city, to prevent litigants, or parties indicted, from arrrltg on petit jur.es in courts where thMr casrs are pending to pp'opriate au 000 for building an a dluoj to the institute for deaf mutes at ljaimUe. and u year lnill--for traveling expenses nd clothln-T- or children who attend sail In- - li the house p elihe Swlaford bllL w i i c ci hotel and boar line house kecp-r- - a, ten on bajreace left by boardur at men hou-.- t Jr. White's bill to repe 1 all laws against icinl..g was defeated by a rote of 49 to 33. . -3 Faxktokt. Feh. a SexATB .enale w- - been appointed to serve Tour years. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, One thousand democrats now in places Fro-- A Tu Ievy 1)111 Almi.iL to Meet the ntata controlled by theo boards will hold lxll.lt, on until the m.itter is settled in the ut. PXAKKTOBr. Feb. 7 Gov courts. For the flrst "Worthlnzton Tbnrsdy annouuee orthat called to w SENATZ-Ue1 I. nt -- elekness in his family compels him to return home. Senator Goebel will occupy the chair In bis absence. Republican are inclined to criticise Wo.thlngton for leaving at o critical a time, glTlny the democr.iu a presld.n o nicer for two d.tys. HorjKK Thurgdar morning tbe commltteo on revenue and tixat'on reported n bill favorably providing for a levy of ten per cqnt, on nil taxable propc ty in the state for three ye.ira to meet tbe state deficit. A bill abolishing tno Jury wheel nd to return to tho old strxtem of selecting jurors was also reported favorably A bill repealing exemption the law was reported unfavorably, but was ordered to a second ruling bv a vote f 40 to 38. A resolution Int uctlng Kentucky members of conzrest to tote for recognition of Cuban patriots was pained Zlr. Urazianl's bill to confer jur'sdlctlon on county courts nd compel them to closo up poolroom h run In violation of the law w is renorted f nor bl . The contest cases were notca led up In tho bouse this morning, anJ proceedings went along smoothly. ANTI-POOL BILL. &YERS Vigor' Prepared bj Dr. J. C. A) er A. Co., Lowell, Ma Tke Aier't Szrupirilla ler tbu Celtxi. ye:i Ix-e- John Ht ed Orchiir.', I'Hs lnr etiibtzzb iiirnt oi SoiO, the at re-litijr up propel Iv aitt-- r hi ltottkh not t'rdi thii'yfi'e rereiil retitcment. T. I. Crow, of JefiKaiiiinp assigned, witb itidfbiisdne-i- . otiiity, lias f JS.uOO KENTUCKY NEWS. X& Xtrst Xrws From 111 ltumortwlth. - Parts of th over a bin Introduced by . n tor HI trin of Campbell, tor rompel'lng treet rail y companies to quip tbrlr cars with glis vestibules for protection of motormen in wlater The bill failed to receive a constitutional majority and was defeated. Only a small crowd was pre-eto watch the Joint bnllot for senator Saturday, and there was no suppressed excitement, such as has prevai ed heretofore each day. Lieut Gov. Wortcingion had not yet returne 1 from Greenup where he went Frldar. and Iresl-pr- o tern. Goebel again presided over the joint proceedings llousr In the house standing committees repo'ted several important bills. A resolution aduptlnc II rbour i and Carroll's statutes was defeated A hill authorlrlng counties containing Orator aecond-cla- g elite, to provide county workhouses was reported favor. cbly The KIchardvon libel bill was reported adversely, but was recommitted to the committee. Both honses of assemblr had a scanty attendance Saturday, so many members harlcr piired off and (one home Friday afternoon. nt KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE. The Hill CnmpellinR- trrt nmpnlH to Kqnl? Their ( an With Vrdlbulr. In the tenntr. riiKron;- - Feb 1ft Sekt The ienat speat seme niae 'atunlay mornlnc wram-lln- fr IJla-rn.s- s SHOT h-- A DEACON. disturbance. When Deacon Keed tried u to patdf v them they became more and the deacon proceeded to throw them out. Breckinridge drew a revolver ana bred twice at close range. When th. panic in the church had been quoted it was found th.it Reed had rece veJ a wound In the arm and a fatal wound in the stomach, Breckinridge and Roberts are under arrest. bois-t"ro- Covfcimrall, of K. P. IVpper. !r, Dylno Fhaxkfort, Kv.. Feu. 8. Robert P. ington; bt. John Boyle, of Louisville, colored. Pepper, jr., son of the late Rouert P. rnd R. P. Stoll, of Lexington, street ISrecki ridtre and Geo. Robert occu- Pepper, the widely known horseman, car magnates, have been here at varipied a pew in the rear, and during- the was dying of spinal meningitis at his ous times lately fighting the bill, and The bill sermon of Iiev. U. D toner created a home in this city Friday night De Mr. Uoyle remains here. ist church nt Bland and liurnett avenues., whs fatally sli t in the church Sunday by A Disturber In a Colored I hnrch Commits Mnr.lT U n They Trlert to Kj-- ct Him. LouihViLLE. Ky., Feb. 10 Price Reed, a draco i in tne African Method- The friends of the Uraziani bill have been much gratifi d at the bill's reproceedings having failed District At- ception in the senate, and are hopeful torney Smith Friday filed suit in the that the bill will be passed in United Statescourtapainst Postmaster the upper branch with nn equalThos. W. Hardeman, of Covinjrtoa, and ly creditable vote as it received There has been his bondsmen. Ed J. Hickey. 1'atTracry in the house. and John P. Ernst, to recover 714.63. no real opposition to the bill yet, and The petition recites the well known the advocates of the bill are in good chorees brought out at the criminal spirits. One thing especially encourtrial that he failed to account to the aging is the position of such horsemen United States for certain money, etc., as CoL L. P. Tarlton, the well known citing the case breeder, being outspoken in comand specifically the bill as a good Y. who mending Simpson, of Carrier E. The bill was little diswas giTm leave of absence, during measure. which time his salary is said to have cussed Thursday, and many senators been continued, while hi work wis ap- are yet reluctant to express themselves portioned among- the other carriers. on the measure, but tne poolroom peoThe case will probably be net for trial ple are expected to put up a fight, hopat this term of court. The case was ing to defeat the measure, though at probably instituted at Louisville to present it serms to be the foregone avoid the prejudice of a Covington jury. conclusion that the bill will pass by a large vote. HATCHER CAPTURED.' The bill will be received back from few days, and will Jailer Coffey la Holding (Urn at Greens-bar- e the printers in a possible dispatch. be pushed with all for the Kewarri OQVred. (Jheensiiuro, Ky., Feb. 8. Sam Hatcher, wh killed IUlfe Jlassey at SOUTHERN PACIFIC CHARTER. Senate Judiciary 1 ininulttee Will Report Bell JJurk's last Saturday, was capturIn tutor of Repealing It. ed at Curry's Ferry, three miles west FramFort. Kj., Feb. 7 Tne senate of here, by Jailer Coffey and brought judiciary committee held a meeting to jalL llaicher says that Marsey came to Mr. Thursday afternoon and considered Uurk's, where he, wnsnt work Senator Goeble's bill regarding the and r&isea row with him and during1 the charter of tne Southern Pacific Co. By scuffle tried to draw a pistol, when ha a vote of 5 to 2 it was decided to stabbed him with a butcher knife, in- report the bill to the senate on flicting a wound from which he died Friday, with the expression of the following day. The sheriff of Met-ca- opinion that it should pass. Senators county and and a posse have been Weissinger, of Louisville, and Bennett, hot after II itcher all dry and cot to of Richmond, cast the two negative town only a few minutes after Coffey votes. A strong lobby is here working and the prisoner. A a reward had incessantly but quietly against the been offered for Hatcner, Jailer Coffey bill, and it is pretty well known that the L. & N. and C. & O R R. peopie refused to give him up. are rendering Huntington incalculable Kew Kentucky Postmaster. service. There is little doubt whatTVAgHl.NOTON, Feii. 8. Postmasters ever that the bill will pass the senate. appointed in Kentucv: YV. a. Thompchoice, 67 No action was taken In the library LIVELY LOBBYING. matter son, Bethlehem. countr. vice Bousk The bouse took up the Gnzlinl John Flexner, resigned; J W. Moore-heaBUI for Glass Vesiluales oo btreet Cars bllL A short d bate was proBuell, McLean countr, vice B. B. Buses a I ighu voked by Mr. Dlnning's motion to recommit the Molin. resigned; Walter Felts, Neosho, Frankfort, Ky, Feb. 7. Senator bill, with Instructions to print it Mr Simpson county, vice W C Yates, re- Hissem's bill to require street car said this was a shrewd movr to drop it Into a from which It might not emerge signed, and S. E Kibber, Rooney, companies to equip their cars during pitfall session, the and. bel Carter county, vice G. W. E. Walford, with glass vestibules is the cause wanted a vote on the bllL The evlng this, he previous quesresigned. some of lively lobbying here. tion was ordered, and Mr Bay's amendment tor-Incto- HARDEMAN SU-- D. n Action Aralnut thf of on an Old Charce. Lodisvili.k, Kr., Feb. 8. Criminal Many Horsemen Commend the Measure No Ileal Opposition to the Hill In the feenate an Yet. Fbaxkfokt, Ky., Feb. anti-poolroo- m 7. - Hat-'her- . lf tracks, and the idea is to have- - five I j Deadly Revenge races, three running and two trotting, Ragged Haggard (at Ihe door) csch day, on which there wiD be unladdim. you see before you a limited betting on the tracks. man! I kin bear de fair associations have signified their "burden of me remorse no longer, en willingness to go into the arrangett anted In .Kentucky. I 3'nv. come to confess me crime. . Broken I'ow. Neb.. Febw 5. Wm. ment. Large purses will be offered II1IICU Ult U1U AAJUCI - U'nkhl,. tV'nl- l- ' l.l l f.cajujj !Tft.m, Sanders, an e'ped murderer from and extra inducements held, out to jJii cold blood or mobhy I ort to say horsemen to enter their horses There Graves county, Kentucky, was arrested here Tuesday. He admits his iden- will be a meeting of secretaries in jwater. Newbride Oh, what can you Mrs. tity, and will rctnrn to Kentucky Louisville February IS to mate final mean, ray poor man? without a requisition Kentucky au- arrangements for tho circuit. Ragged Haggard iou remember thorities have been unified. you gimme a bunk of fruit cake yea-- 1 Tho Dead Lock Contioveev The 1'rUoner ltefnes llsll. which you told me you had Fraskfokt, Ky., Feb. & Thegrenfi-e- st Paintsyillk, Kv.. Feb 5. The circrowd that has ever attended, s. '' made wid your own hands? cuit court on Friday and haturday joint ballot was psesent TTednesdary Mrs. Newbride Yes, but heard a motion for bnil for Milton mornlng. The galleries and Io&bies Ragged Haggard An' outer revenge Franklin, the alleged murderer of were crowded and some woment were ' f 10 an insult, I gave it to poor Wabbly, Thomas Stafford. After hearing the present at first, but their fears- gut ah in less 'n baiTer nour after entin' evidence Sneci.il Jud.'e J. P. Wells re- the best of them and they went; is he fell into de river an sunk to de fused to allow the prisoner bail, away. The result of the ballot was-ssbottom like lead. Harper's Bazar. follows: Hunter. 66; Rlackburn 62; J nmbern Jttli.ut itiment. He's AwfuL Lawrknckhuiig. Kv., Fen. 5. A list McCreary, 2; Carlisle. 2. anrl Kater t. I think that Harry's of assessment was tiled witn County JJenator Oglivie and RepresenEiitiTf j I'd never have thought It, yet Clerk Thomas Tuesday of the Southelect Beckham arrived in the city WedHe put his arm around me The very first time we metl ern Railway company, amounting to nesday. I think that he's too awful! nearly 5300,000. 'Ihe Southern ha a Labor Union Renretentatinnu. Why last night In the Grand miles of road in little over tw.cnty-fou- r Old night and Left, he really Framiport, Ky., Feb. 6. A dfe&ga-tiothis county. He really squeezed my hand! of Louisville men representing-thI think that Harry's awful! PrenMInc Eul-- r Slurried. went before thceorai-mitteLast night. he.klssed me twice! Hopkixbvili.k. K .. Feb. .". Rev. R. on1 immigrationnnd lafcw mi I think that he's Just awful. W. Urowder. presiding ehier of the the intcTBstof Mr. White's bill te preBut I think he's aw'ul nice. N. Y. World. Princeton district of tne conference of vent child labor and of Mr. Carson the Methodist church, was married bill to facilfta-t- the sanitary inspection. A Safe Bet. Tuesdav to Wiss Lydia Sullivan at the of work-shoTho former bill "Lady (very plain) Well, what do home of the bride, near Princeton. a penalty for employing a chiM svin want? i under 14 years of asre; The committa Tramp Me and me pal's left a disA oilere President Itenlcna. Hopkinsvii.lk, Ky., Feb. 5. Dr. T. decided to report favorably on both- pute to you. mum. Simpson Muiall 1ms tendered his resLady What is the dispute? A Kentucky Duel. ignation, to take effect in June, aa Tramp As to whether you looks Georgetown, Ky., Feb, & A shootpresident of liethel Female college, more like Mrs. Langtry or Mary Ander-eoa position which he has tilled for about ing affray occurred at Porter, thia. We had a bet of a lunch on It, county, between Ed Mcrarland and X five years. Flaherty, in which the former used x mum. and if you'd kindly decide the bet Will Not Itenew Tlielr Licenses. nnil advance us the lunch, we'd be much shotgun and the latter a pistol, FlaVKR8iJLLKS, Ky . Feb. 5. The retail herty was shot through thecheefc The obliged. liquor licenses in Versailles was in- trouble occurred over Flaherty's- alThey got the lunch. X. Y. Recorder. creased Monday from SJ50 to S750. Onlj leged attentions to McFarland's- wife. Taken Orders. five of the eight saloons doing business Mrs. Jones And so your sop left colhere renewed their licenses. Electric Light at Lawreneelrarg; lege and has taken orders. Lawrexckhuro, Ky., Feb. 6. The Dead, Acei 98 Yenrs. Mrs. Smith Yes. and I think he will West Liberty, Kv.. Feb. s. Aunt city council has appointed Messrs-Joh- n now be successful in ministering to hu Ttjtti fnbetr ilieit Tnecrni' mnrntnn McWilliams, George W. HiiSrbe- manity. of heart trouble, seed 93 vears. She son and E. H. Howen a committee to Mrs. Jones Has he entered the Episwas born and raised in this county, make arrangements for the establoslV ing of an electric light plant. An ice copal church? and always lived here. Mrs. Smith Oh, no, he hasn't plant will probably be run in connecDamage nit on TrlnL entered any church; he is a waiter in a tion with the light system. 5. The damage Lebanon, Ky., Feb. restaurant. Texas Sittings. suit of Amanda Kate Xally. of Loretto, TVant Unnter Withdrawn. The. Usnal Fate. vs. William Thomas, for SIO.OoO went Fbajtkfort, Kv., Feb. G repubBrown You looks as if you had the to trial Tuesday afternoon in tne cir- licans held a short caucus The Wedhere blues. cuit court nesday night, at which Lieut. Gov. Robinson So I have. Fve lost my Kesldonce Hnrnrd. Worthington was presunt. It is ru. beautiful new silk umbrella. Frankfort, Ky.. Feb 5 The resi- mored, and seems to be authentically "Where did you leave it?" dence of John T. Murphy, of tnis coun- given out, that Worthington, in a "1 diidn't leave it anywhere. The ty, as burned at m Incite Loss speech to the caucus, asked for Huntowner met me and took it away from er's withdrawal from the race. $1,000; insurance, S.'.Ooa me. bpare .Moments. A Voang Judge. THE LEGISLATURE. A Facetious Jndge. Lawrenceduro, Ky., Feb. 6. LawJudges What's the charge? The Grazlanl Hill Goes Through the IIou yer Lillard II. Carter, aged 20, has. Policeman Drunk, jour honor. Ytltha Whirl. police judge of Lawrence-burFftANKroRT. Ky.. Feb. 4. Senate. In the been elected Judge (to prisoner) What's your vice Editor J. M. B. Birdwhls-tel- l, sen torI.il ballot Senator Stece acaln romp name? Kvans. Tbe sound monev men dl Iiled. of the Anderson News, resigned. Prisoner Joe Gunn. Holloway. Uavward. Johns, Rice. Sreighl Mr. Birdwhistell will apply for license Judge Well, Gunn, Til discharge Violett and Walker voted for McCreary. practice law at the coming April and Carroll for ( arllsle: 1'oor voted lot to you thia time, but you mustn't get Bate. The ballet resulted: Buntcr. o5 term of the circuit court londi-acain Texas Sif tines. Blackburn, 46. tcattering, II: necessary to a n Will the bloomers all bloom In the sprint The Real Crisis. litll-w- tri. la la. When wheels are the fashion again? Will the "new girl" o back to the skirt of her ma Or put on the trousers of men? L. A. W. Bulletin. grade Brown .tted with honor at the university. Robinson Well, you needn't brag ,My nriles carry off the blue ribbon Texas Sif tings. is ery Yrar at our fair. Family Pride. My son John has wf5fc his wonderful Powder Le55 tbai) - THE DREAM REMEDY. Removes all inflammations, soreness UniK ulcers and pain. Restores the ight That all maj have the benefit of Remedy so strangely ob Oue --Fourth of Regular price. IMPS 1JDE THE BY CHlRSt I - s -- ained. If this notice shonld full into he hands of some one who suffers with Kye Diseaao, don't delay hut write at Accounted For. mce for this strange simple cure. "I know why girls like dolls," ob yourcase. 0n package has cured served Wilbur, sagely, to his aunt. wo thirds of the cnes. "It's because dolls don't say a woyd Should you desire to test my Cure and lets the girls do all the talkin'." 50c cts. You will be thoroughly Harper's Round Table. onvinced before you use the cure De-cri- be en-lo- IHE CAPITAL CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. FOX X se UVHB HIE three-lays- . "Say. Floss. hat makes that snakr lie himself up in a knot?" "(iucfs he vants to remember something, and he hasn't got any handker- The Feminine Instinct. Address Mks Eliza 182 J. Evans North 19th Street, Columbia, Ohio. Fiat Opprtmtj for Tmjj ?tylt Elauti-- i T I iiii teitl Eictllut Smm at i Wuu chief.' Life. Johnny An editor is a man whai puts- thingx :n the paper, isn'the, pa? Pa Oh. no. my sor.! Aneditorkeep tbings out of the paper. Puck. - ar Ills Most Important Function. labor-unio- ns er e p. aa-pos- es I 1 iyJIvIO N S W h. - - pR EG is Simmons UL ATORjB I THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE Liver -- I I g, d llrckham's Majority. H-n- ry d. m Gr.i-zia- Bardstown, Ky., Feb. 6. County Judge Thomas, County Clerk Dalmazzo and Sheriff A. D. Pence have completed the official count of votes cast in the special election here last Saturday. It shows Beckham has received 1.806; Weller, 1,022. Beckham's majority, 784. 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OOL'RT. su..-iiient i ui der the per-ottor, under able All personR having claim against the estate of Miss Eva Gunn, deceased are the highest decree ot competent K i hereby notified to file the fUne, legnlly attai d b correspondence. verified, with the uimereigned, on or be one of our Kentucky stiHlents a. foie V ICKLIFKK. KV , Oct. , Capital Cit) Lommercial Coi.ftf peka, Kani. Gkmlimfa I am ver muti r Or farae will b barred. with Ihe 'cxt boik rd t r- on h mail. Your inu papers are up to dalr non u 20-3- 1 21. C. M. C. C. teiu.ur racliing. Your nn. are very explicit and pbm. 1 un the cience of Book keeping in it home just as well, iml s.ne thr 1 I board, etc. Youis roimi i M. F Iiimsi Fn'I particulars sent free by n r Address mjj this paper Master Commissioner's NOTICE TO CRKDITOBS. ul m in-tr- h. I FERFARY16, S. E- 1896, SCOTT, bii 1 WANTED cirtm fni miEtnii tii 116 W. 6th bt., Toprka. K- - ntlTuM THESTORE-HOU'- E Ku-linioii- (S h WA y gen-llfine- xwi-tio- Slorr, JwltvPossessMn lnr 1S96. ihior ti D. tbe"'Cr Now occupi'l nr I. re rm.--r ,;!- s Chiuv-o-. j.lgr'en: LIQUORS 22. Messrs. C B Jo.m C Breckinridge, also succeeded to tne management of his father's vast estate and big strinc of horses, and is one of the wealtmest young men In this section of the state. Jumped Into tbe Klver. ToirKisviLLE. Ky., Feb 8. George Carry, a farmer of near Black Ferry, this county, committed suicide by went to its third reading Thursday in the senate, but its passage was cut off by adjournment It will be reached Friday and Senator Uissem is confident of its passage-7. The squabble over the state printing contract bas been taken to the courts, t'eorge G. Fetter Tnursday filed suit against providing for a felony amendment to the comby mittee's substitute was defeated a vote of 61 to la White's amendment to make the Unztanl bill apply to church fairs lotteries and all forms of minor gambling was also dtfe ted The house voted down the judiciary committee's substitute for the Grazlanl bill by a vote of '8 to la The Grazlanl bill his been amended to exempt race tracks and fail grounds on d lys r ces are run out the felony pen ilty proviiion as to sales of pools elsewhere stands. marble works, made an assignment Wednesday to Judge Joseph His liabilities are estimated at 8,000, with assets much smaller. F. Brown, proprietor of the Hofkinsville, Kv., Feb. Marble Dealer Assigns. C. MONEY Thomas Hopkins-vill- e lL TO LOAN FINE OLD Louisville, Ky., Feb. Squabble Over Printing. ARMED POSSE Is Aftur .Men Who llmre Intimidated VlUn.saes. Dvjk VILLI-- , Ky.. Feb. la Sheriff Bjujriiinan and a heavily armed posse left here at 11 o'clock for the vtest end of this county to inter-o- i pt a party of outlaws who are keeping witnesses away from court Tne trial of one of the men charged with attempting to assassinate Harrison Devme wa to have taken place Saturday morning and two others charged in the warrants threaten to kill two of the witnesses snmm ined if they attempt to come to court If the men resist the officers when they find them there will be serious trouble. HUNTER CONF DENT. of five men Republican Expert to Elect lllni Senator Till Week. 10 FltAKFOKT. Kv . F.-Dr. Hunter returned Sunday night from Louisville, where he wrnt haturday night to consult a specialist as to his throat trouble. Lient. (tor. Worth- unexpectedly ounriav night and the plans for the election of Dr. Huntrr will now be vigorously puned- - 1 he lrtidintr workers for Hunter, who are men like senators James and Jones, express themselves as confident that Hunter will surely be elected this week. The plans have been perfected quietlv. and wnen the time arrives n eessarv votes will be forthcoming and every move will work litce -- ing returned rath r ti-- dock work. Wrirr or the - n .torlnl richt-e Ky. Feb Hi. The i growinir weary of the senatorial fight In t:ie houe Saturday morning a resolution was adopted unanimously, callintr on congress to make the election of senators by the people direct In tne senate a joint resolution was introduced to adjourn sine die Februarr 17. as there is no money in the treasury, no ch mce to elect a senator, and legislation it blocked. Fkaikfot. letris-latur- nnntv's ilntlroarl lMesmnt. Kr.. Fvb 10 The railroad assessments filed with the county clerk show that Clark countr stands second in the number of miles of railroad in proportion to territory. The Clitrk ( Wl.cilhSTi-R- is S700 4S8; for the city of Winchester. 5S.49: for the town of F.nl. $6 7S0. and for the comtn n school districts totil assessment for countr purposes S09L730 of the county, a total of unknown lunatic. who wss terrorizing everyoody at Junction City, was captured and brousrht to this city Saturday afternoon. He is of a dark complexion, vith heavy black mustache, auo'it forty years of ae. dents of Kentucky university hnre served notice on the faculty that they will not celebrate Washington's birtb-aa- y nnltss the faculty make provision for defraying the expenses of the celebration. A Youthful Itrade. Buow.vsvili.k, Kr., Feb. 10 A marriage 1 has been issued to IL F. Heath and Mrs, Mary C Miller. The bride-to-b- e is 15. Mrs, Miller s maiden same was Hardin, nnd she was first married at tne age of 13. se Daxville. Ky., Feb. Unknown Lunatic Found. in. A well-dress- ed Lkxingtov Ky.. Feb. la The o Monev, "o elebrmtlon. stu- publicans refused MtnrUay morning Ui allow one of their number to pair Ogiiv e (drm.). who is with verv HL Ihey acknowledge that they expect him to die. II Suicide With Colialt, Cakrolltox. KyM Feb. 10. Fkaxktobt, Ky., Feb. la The "re- ICefused to lMlr Itl. Ocllvle, mitted suicide by taking cobalt, Dbt and discouragement were the causes, A wife .nd two children survive. lleapoodent roleldas. Ghent, Ky., Feb. 10. DespeadeBt Jid at of work, Wra. 3Jledso, N, eide with eoeclae BMsr kre. A edoe, a farmer of this county, William com- H. and bamuel H. Stone, auditor of state. He asks that the auditor be restrained from issuing His bodv was recovered. warrants to the Courier-JournJob License. DmesT'! Mut Printing Co. for work done, and from . g. Tne court Frankfjht, Kv., giving it further work. He asks that drci ed tnat the act wjb the company be compelled to turn over of ap 'd-lwhich required const tutional to him the work which it to pay a fifty-d- o lnr n ens to sell now has on hand. He claims 3,000 intnx'CAtin? liquor. ln"cse came ud for profits which would have accured by tbe and $1,000 for idle presses. from Louisville on an a chagrined over the fact that their repcommonwealth, the drugits having resentative, Mr. Violett, who is a memLEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. won In the lower court. ber of the committee, was absent when staj. rrancls lion me. One Million Dollars for tbe rrectlon of a the bill was voted on Monday afterIxAWRENCKnuRO, Ky., Feb. & Mai Jer Capitol Gerrymander Hill. noon. FBAMiroKT, Ky Feb. 5. ss ate In the Francis Marion Bourne, aged 71, and senate Tuesday a His vote would have tied the combill repealing the act mak for 25 years proprietor of the Gait lag January a legal holiday was passed. mittee and prevented a favorable reFriday Bills providing for the stenographers f or the port. Frankfort has been congratuhouse here, died very afternoon of heart diseise A widow court of appeal and for abolishing the office of lating herself that she had the capital and five children, one of whom is Mrs. register of lands were favorably reported from for all time, but the present legislature Mattie N'eading, of Vermillion, 0., sur- the committee. introduced: To amend the is so torn up over senatorial matters Bouse 13111s vive him. law relating to courts of Justice, to re.ulaie that it may pass the bill submitting the parment of mine laborers a resolution the amendment to the people. The Gnenel I'll! Farnrablr Reported. appropriation the O lored Frankfort. Kv., Feb. 8 In the sen- csklng Normal college ofa money for amendment statutory GONE WITH 1H; WHISKY. ate Friaav morning the Goebel bill to State providing a manner of Improringrountr ro ids, repeal the charter of the soutnern Pa- an act to confer jurisdiction on coun-tcourts In counties where there Is a Three Hundred Kenturklnns Hunt for a cific railroad was favorablr reported. 31ilne Negro .i.emtenger. Gov. Bradley says the storv that he city of the second dais, and making 1. tbelt reapportioning Butler. Ky.. Feb. 4. Isaac Walker, agreed to call out the militia for duty to abate poolrooms stale, providing tho has legislative districts of the for service at the state house Mon.iav is a the erection of a new capltoi bulld.ng and colored, about 75 years of age. was sent alter a gallon of whisky at the making an appropriation of lOti.utX) abolishlie. distillery of O. W. Cowles. three miles ing tbe present mode of relectlig juries In cirTypbold Pneumonia Scam. cuit courts, relating to courthome commissouth of this place. Satur lay evening Stanford. Ky., Feb. 8 Typhoid sioners. about 4 o'clock, and has not returned. pneumonia is playing havoc with the THEY WiRE MARRIED, Abjut 30 people, divi led into parties, citizens on Rolling Fork in Casey Hut Now lhey Cuii Nut rind the .Murrlsg, have been searching every nook and even persons who lived in county. crook, but can find no trace of him. , Llceute. sitrhtof each other have die within a He frequently goes after whisky, and Louisville. Ky.. Feb. S. Nellie week and many others are dangerousKing Gray, of this city, is in trouble. has always returned promptly. He ly ill. She was married in Jeffersonville No- reached the distillery all right, and Ilendrleks Claims vember 3 last, to her cousin. Robert was last seen coming back about two SoMrRSKT. Ky., Feb. 8. Jas. HenGray. The affair was kept a becret miles from town. He was "perfectly Howdricks, who shot and killed John until Monday, when, accompanied by sober and seldom drank; It is thought ell five miles west of this place about her sister. Mrs. Gray went over to he has met with foul play. ten days ago, came to town and gave Jeffersonville to get proof that a up to the sheriff. Hendricks wedding Unknown Man Hrovrned. himself ceremonv had been Frankfort, Ky.. Feb. 4. An unclaims he killed Howell in selfiefense. formed. 'Squire Keigwin said heperreman !.ot Three Klncern. membered marrying the couple, but a known river, was urowned in the Kentucky just above the tunnel, Paris, Ky.. Feb. 8. Ira G. Taylor.of search failed to find the marriage Monday afternoon. He was seen by Cincinnati, who represents the John in his office. A visiv to the office Shi.iito Co., met with a painful of Clerk Lewman resulted in the dis- some one on the other side of the river while on a business trip. Tne covery that the records contained as he etaggered along the footpath by lid of one of his "heavy trunks fell and nothing in reference to the marriage. the side of the railroad and finally fell cat of three fingers of his right hand. 'Squire Keigwin thinks the license has in. Tne river was dragged for some been stolen from him. .Mrs. Gray say distance, but. owing to the high water, Nair Kentnrkr Post Office, her husband's sister, Mrs. Garrett, has it was impossib e to recover the body. b. Washington-- . 8. A post office ANTIPOOL BILL. the certificate, bat refuses to" produce has been e t.b sh-- 1 at Il'octoivn. it-Uraxianl's Measure tt 111 Meet With Much Nicholas county. Ky.. and David E. Opposition In tbe enate. SHOT TO DiATH. Wilson appoint-i- i Fraskfort, Feb. a The Graziani The New Town Mar.hnl of IVoTlrience antipool-rooSenbill has gone Tear Mob Law. Murdered While Arresting Two Itratb- - ate to be printed and laid onto the the desks Maijibonvillf., Kv.. Feb. 7. James ers The latter are not Huffhca. murderer of Marshal Smiley, ' PnovniEKCE. Ky., Feb. 5. William of the senators. at Providence. Ky., last Tueilay. sur- Smiley, the new marshal of Provi- yet familiar with the provisions of the rendered to a farmer near Providence dence, was shot and killed here Tues- bill, bnd come are reluctant to speak. It is evident that the bill has many Tuesday afternoon and was placed in day night whilj trying to arrest two jail at Dixon before the Providence drunken farmers, James .and Jordan warm friends in the senate, and, from people knew of it, or he would have Hughes. It is believed the shot was present indications, will pass that been lynched. It is feared that a mob j fired by Jas. Hushes who escaped in the body, though theffriends of the measwill attempt to hang him Thursday j darkness. Jor lan, his brother, is nn-- j ure expect organized opposition. Among its advocites is Senator Fen-to- n night Jordan Hughes, father of the der arrest, but has made no statement ims, the able lawyer from Trigg murderer, u brother and Walker are in yeL Bloodhounds have been turned jail at Dixon as accessories. loose, and the woods are now being county, who would have supported the scoured for James, hmiley, who had bill in in its original form and without Pensions for Kentnekv. Washington. Feb. 7. The following been marshal but three weeks, leaves excepting race tracks. He said: am for the bill and think it should pass. pensions were granted to Kentuckians a wife and three small children. It is a good measure." Thursday: Original Harry HalL Kentacrtv Pensioners . B. Hay ward, of Senator Henderson: Robert Gray. MidWA8UT5GTOX. Feb. 5. Pensions have g "I don't want to do way. Woodford. Reissue, Renewal been issued to Kentuckians as follow: ' to discourage the breeding and and Increase Carroll Campbell, Original Henry C McGann. Laffoon, Logan; Leander Skagtrs, j uaviets; renewal frank: Kecarker, ' cultivation of our renowned fast hon.es, and would not support any measure Reedville. Butler. ReLsnue Archibald j Oiaton. Ohio; increase John Allen, looking to that end. I have not read K. Rue, Harrodsburg, Mercer; Jacob Gray Hawk. Jackson; Robert B. Cov- - the bill, but am inclined to support Goeltz, Newport Campbell. ' ley. Head of Grassy, LewK Original it, for it excepts race tracks; but do widows, etc barah Wolford. Jambo- not want to commit myself until I 'Senator f.oebel Speaker Pro Tern, Frankfort. Ky.. Feb. 7. Owing to ree Pike; minor of Herman Althune, have read the bill and fuilv considered the Illnes-- of Lieut Gov. Worthing-ton- 's j Newport, Campoell; Harriet W. Akers, it" wife, Senator Goebel (dem.), , Willard, Carter; Amanda Euders, Uar-- i Christine Stege, Louisville: "I will support the bill with the exeeption of speaker pro tern of the senate, will rod's Creek. Jefferson. race tracks." preside over joint sessions until MonSenator Stege would !o Extnt eion. day. This does not change the senFrankfort. Kr.. Feb, 5. Tho legis-- ; not have supported the bill otherwise. atorial situation, as Worthington has lature will pavs through its sesiion RACING 'N KENTUCKY: no vote-without accomplishing anything of importance, but the members can go It U Predicted, Notwithstanding a, Hill to One Killed. Another fatally Injured. Versailles. Ky., Feb. 7. IV. Henry home in March 17. "with absolute assur-- ' Prevent Long Ronulng Meetings Tbro Will He More of It Ihnn Uu l. Grady, a wealthy planter, was instantly ance that they will not be called back Lexington, Kv., Feb. C. Notwithkilled and John Owsley Evans, of Dan- to attend an extra nession. Gov Bradville, fatally injured near here Thursday ley said Tuesday nieht, in an emphatic standing the legislature- - is about to morning by a Louisville Southern manner, that under no circumstances pass a bill which will prevent long running meetings in Kentucky, there train, which strack a buggy in which will he call an extra session. will probably be more racing in he they were riding. They Kefatc to Resign. Consul Mulligan Leaves. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 5. Mayor state this year than ever before. A Lexikoton, Ky., Feb. 7. Judge Jas. Todd called m the demoiratic mem- number of capitalists have banded for the H. Mulligan left for Washington bers of the boards of public xvfcrks and themselves together of forming a Kentucky circuit Tharsday sight to tender, to President safety at noon Tuesday to resign. They of fairs an& races. The new bill u Cleveland hi rwignRrrMs o&bshI te refwHKl to gtst oast smyiag: tiey-ha-d pool selling ca all the fair&rrosiid fifWU Co F-'i- jumping into the Cumberland river and drownmc. near his home, Mr. Carry was a man of family, and in fair circumstances. Partial derantrement of tbe mind was the cause of the deed. the Courier-Journ- Job Printing !t al s dru-.'-gint- s firU-cla- ss el I Hill ravurably Considered. Frajkfout. Ky., Feb. 4. The capi-ta- l removal "chestnut" bobbed ip again Monday afternoon, Monday nL'ht the whole city was talking about it. The committee on library and public offices met Monday afternoon and by a vote of four to three decided to report favorably a bill providing for submission to the people of the question of amend ing the constitution so that the legislature of 189S might vote on removing the capital to Lexington or Louisville. The people of Frankfort are greatly -- CAPITAL REMOVAL. That CheUnnt Agxln Hobs Up at fort Frank- Moore, aged about 70, died Wednesday. He was an uncle of Rev. Howard Henderson, the noted Methodist minister of Paris, Feb. Dr. Noah Moor Oead. & Dr. Nocib Cincinnati THE MARKETS. 3.3V fancy, spring family. U.75 (2.fej; winter patent. 704.00. fancy, M.45 S.T0; family. i5a3.I0. extra. fcHSTM.60. low trade. 12.10 i3o; rye. northwest, ti 50 2.65; do elty. 5542.7a Wn kat No. 8 red nominal at 76c on track. Cobs Sales: Mixed ear (nearly whlte)tracfc, tilic No. r: mixed, track. 20Hc Oats Sales: No. 3 wblte. track, rJc: No 3 mixed (light color), track. Ha. Catilb r"air to good shippers', Il65t4!!5: rood to choice butchers'. H. 9)115: fair to medium butchers', 13.25 , 3.85: common, ti-- W a 5.00 HEATING STOVEShave ever had and the gi ealcst uuiety Prices range from and sizes. S3 up 2 14 YEARS OLD On improved farms in Madison roniitv, Ky., nt 6 per cent, pemi annual interest ; Pure Old Whiskies for Fami v and Vicinal Uses, in c, and lo gallon no (ouiuiiioii charyed AddrB (jeo. Package, a specialty W. Davv, room 17, Kenvon Building, Iouiivilie. Ky. For blank applications atid other iuT rmation inijuire of Sihsr Liquor Gomjinj, J. TEV1S COBB, Attorney, 26- Richmond, Ky. Wholesale Dealers, j M Cincinnati. Feb. 8. Flocb Spring patent, fa 63(1.165 spring iV to $50. All shapes Many designs. Plainest to the satisfy you in every respect. war I Silver Cree k l ! s Notice! fanciest Te ban All partiei" having claims against C D Slnfllet, deceased, are notified to file h.ime pro erly proven by March 1st, lSlHi, or same w ill he barred. Claims can be left with M. B. Ar-huc- tU Go 22 31. J Shack elford 0! Gentry, Richmond, Ky. IrlflJlJIiI fgJE 1 Henry I). Shefflet, Administrator. C. D. and See,.. ...the TWo J's, Siiifflet, Deceased. Jones & Jerrq 1 sud-ienl- y VEALOiLvrs Fair to good light. 5.503.&0; extras. tA7i commen and large. tS.00 5l2S. Hogs Select snippers', none: select butch430, fair to good packers', tlSO ers', i4J5 fair to good light, KlOtHCO; common and rouchs, f3.75&4.10 SllsEP anp L. MBS Sheep Extras'. IXSSQ L7S. good to choice. tiM't.25. common to fair, I1.J0 iJZ Lambs Extras. U75. good to choice, f4.35i4.85; common to fair, (1:53 tZa Wool Unwashed: Fine merino, per lb.. 8 &9c quarter blood clothing. 13 tile, mediu-delaine and clothing. 14 cISc coare. medium combng. lie Wishel: Fine merino, X to XX. per lb, H j He. med unclotalng. ISo; aelalne fleece, I5'clGc: Ion combing. 14915c. Niw Youk. Feb. 8. Wheat No. 2 red May, 73 .74c: June, 7-- fgJHj aKm aE H oVR b BH sp nn faHTSHc: July. 73 73Kc. f oat No. 2. 38f 37.Sc: May, 3c: June, Ifltfc: July, 37Kc Oats No. 2 western. 25J4, 2Sc: February, tiiic: May. 25 y a Toledo. O., Feb. 8. Wheat No. 2 red. cash, 74Hc: May. 765o; No. 3 red. cash, 724c. Cobn No. 2 mixed. Mav, RTE tash. I8Kc: No 3 yellow, 29c. Oats No. i white, cash. iiVJc; 31c: No. 3 mixed, 1 Px TsnoROH.Feb. 8.T Cattle Market steady; prices unchanged. Feeders to prime, tl.Tt 4.60 Hogs Market active. Roughs to prime xiedium. (3 00 M 65. SiiEEF-Mar- ket active. Common to prime, 1 No. 3 do Ho. No. 2 cash, 41c; No. 3 do 39c. ip ifiiL (IJlJrliljliE-lMJrlllMi- 5jS M 1. Chjcgo. Feb. 8. Calls on Miy wheat opened nt fiHSc, last price C8fi6SHc Puts opened at OjHc. sold at W'.c I at price C6H 66c Calls on May corn opened at 30?; t.'Otfc thq nly price. Puts opened at 30c, last prfce" KtJi SOWc 75 rt 3.6a lGREAT REDUCTION SALEOF333! li-c- acci-cide- nt F-- I I m , BmrTALO. N. Y . Feb 8. to chime fat heifers, good cows, f t. i3 &3.W. extrt, fr'r to good rt25a.0jlr, veals, 6.7V to extra 17 00'fta.l);. Ight to f J4 .SO Hogs 3ood Yorkers. M.C0 light lots, 4.60 175 mediums, 4A5. mixed packers, H55; lW) 4.5V leavy holce id Lands 14. yi 4topr!me lambs, 90. light.com-no- n .5.00 5.2U fair to good, to fair. &S.85 4 40. mixed sheep, good to Iholce. iS.35 'V7T: heavy, coarse nool sheep, 4.00. 2.3) 3.75: handy wethers, HaLtihoke. Feb. a 1 red spit an 1 February, 7jo; Wheat No ay. 74VJ?7l?4e: souttern 77 Tbe f'OBN Mixed spot an . February. SIS 13J!4.c; S.54c; Southern white iteamer mixed. 3: 'Ulc. ind cllow O ATS .so. 2 white western. 2727Kc: No. 2 nixed do 2 M 26c. Rte No. '2,43'i442 nearby: 49347c western. iNDIASAPoLts. Ind . Feb. 8. CATTLr Market unchanged. Hogs Jood to choice medium and heavy, SO choice s, tt.3 4.3J.I435: mixed. tf CATTLE 165; Good I arSj f?) KTrliarJ.iTSS00 H I II ,J JSl In Order to fteduce Our Immense Stock of New Fall and Winter Clothing 'a H-5- we win 'lo-D- ay I 4 I '! n: Bas-ket- t. Eiiza-bethtow- any-tnin- Rus-sellvll- I I said the girl ifi blue when tellingof her experience the next day. "What was the matter?" asked the girl in gray. "Your new gown was all right, wasn't it?" "Oh, yes." "And your new hat is certainly a beauty." "1 realize it." "Then what was "Why, I wore them both for the first time last night, and George hurried me so that we leached the theater before the curtain had gone up for the fitvt act" Chicago Post, Easy Id Ills Case. "A fellow has. got to learn to do his own shaving- syme time in his I'fe, I reckon." observed young Squeert, throwing down the money for his first razor with an air of something like - "I never felt so provoked in my liegiii a CLEARING SALE B b .... mr3 r3ra And sell them at ji Greatljr Reduced Price. Our line of Suits rind Overcoats is hy far the largest and best in town. W e have all grades, and in whatever you may want. lijg Come and Get a Bureau.. i J I lofty indifference. "If a fellow's careful, though, I don't suppose lie needs to cut himself." "O, no." said the F.alesman, cheerfully. "All you have to do Is to shsie down. 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