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Kyo had much time on his hands and wrote a woetly letter totheCboyennaSun, for which ho was paid at the rato of a column. In ono of his humorous autobiographical sketches Nyo sas that tho sum roeehed from his newspapor work amounted to nearly f 60 a year and eo dwarfed his returns from his law practice that ho decided to take up newspaper work and applied for a chance on the Laramie Sentinel. Tho editor of I :is paper was glad to got an Bislstnut, eveu if he was inexperienced, and JCye was installed. It was in TheSuntinol that Nye's quaint humor first showed iUelf, and bo was scon ediUir in ohiof. "The salary was small, but the latitude was great, and I was permitted to writo anything that I thought would please the peoi1'", whether it was news or not. By and by I had won everj bran by my patient poverty and my u lit fill parsimony with rogard to facts. With n hectic imagination and an order on a rotHurant which adertised in tho paper I fccoroely cared through tho livolong dav whether school ktipt or not.' "When I first commenced humorous writing at Laramie," he ouco wrote, "the town was quite dead It was alo quite deadly. Laramie was ono of those towns that aro always about to bo blessed. Somo-boddiscovered a ricli mine out there. A olty of S,000 inhabitants sprang up like a mushroom. The mine proved a failure; boom collapsed; everything fell flat; everybody who could get away left town. I had a weekly nowspaper on my bunds and had to stay. A queer lot of people staid with mo Thoro wero Mexicans, Indians, half breeds and cowboys. Very few of them could read and had no use for a newspaper any way except for gun wadding. TJw only man in Laramie who had much to do was tho coronor. He was behind hit orders most of the time. Tho cemetery de-'liy I publican pnsrdtiit; anil then tht-hospital i m lUSf si i--is ii ttRi' ii lnilfllKI i ) t2sli i JIIIL y5L5Xi Mk JIU JE() Uiiiii2hi j ;awgf I am as tfaaavaai J (fiiw laallBsssVI ; a ai i 1 IK m a mil 'BiHLHBHHnB pa r--it -- ABaBW -- k SJ II m JOB WORK ... " m -- 11 jfEjaifJ EXECUTED. oral TaBjrffflMnaiMKJHfgllo fpsp tHslEiJ" GAREFUUY iu iwiwinawaiBiii rrajaraJgi "RTCHMOND, MADISOK COUNTY, KENTUCKY, jVVEDNESD AY, MARCH 4, 1896. On another occasion he seriously assured nl the Union squaro tbeator, jscw iToik. an inquirer that the reason for his bald- His latest effort in tills line was tho ' Stag ness was that his head grew fostnr tlmu Party," in which ho collalxjrated with Paul Potter. his hair. Then bovwas confined to a During tho past doz;n jears Mr. Nyo for a long time with kidney trouble and was fchipwrecked about a year ago in worked incessantly, not only as a writer, the Bermudas. Both incidents berveu as but as a lecturer, and although, ho was during a groat part of that tioiotnidor the" topics for humorous artiolcs. reality a sick nud suffering man. In ono ycariils earnings from tha two souraci named amounted to SiO.OOO, nnd there are connected with that publication for several years, lie left to enter the employ of very few writers living whose work com tho American Press Association it was mauds as high a prico as his did. It was after n contract had been signed bv which to that long poriod of severe work nud he was to receive a still larger salary. The continual travel that his (loath is directlv amount paid him by that Association has dee, nnd it is consoling to his friends nnd encouraging to tho loss fortunatti 1110111 hers been variously stated, but seldom exaggerated. It was, u fact, tho largest amount of his profession to know that be In amassing n comfortahlo fortune over paid an American writer for regular Tho family left by tbe humorist consist contributions. It was tho highest priced matter over syndicated week after week of Mrs. Nye and four bright, pretty chll dron, two bovs aud two girls. Mrs. Nye in tho country. Nye's work in, this connection was tho was a western girl, and sho matriod li8r husband whan ho was in tho depths of most remarkable ever dono by any humor 1st. For n period of over seven years he poverty. In a burlesque autobiographical furnished an articlo, averaging two col- sketch which ho once wrote ho said of himself: umns, week in and wook out, without fail"Ho is the father of several lioautlful ing but once. Ho wrote under all sorts of conditions, sick and well, traveling in out children by his first wife, who is htill Sho is a Chicago girl and loves her of tho way corners of tho Union and In distant countries. No other humorist has husband far more than ho dest.rvoj." Sewjclt, Ford, o, llv-'lu- g. JfrJt J ivifi 3UM0RIST. Career of the Greatest American Funmaker. STRUGGLES If Nye had been unsuccessful In his earlv ventures, ho made up for It after ho reached Ni-York. His on The Wo-I- d was a bjg-tmbut when, after having been doctor's caro no ono who rend his woklr screed or heard him speak froni the pint--forwould have dreamed that hit was in m IN EAELY LITE. His Work For the Press and on the Platform. Distinctive Feature or UU II nm or The LndlcroUH Caricatures of McDoucaU. Services Tor the American l'rcss Auo- - ( elation III Natural IloU;t,ty A. False j Accukatlon UU Family. Uye, tlie man who for ninile a f rent nation laugh, will b6 fi It in millions of nonies To ninu out of ti n ti.cn the news of bis death brought a - n of persunul loss. He lmd mauo them s ill" when they 1io1 lwen W ho could be UBgratoful for such a service? It is of little ue to spuoulnto on the yea-- s The loss of IMU ) l t- pf?f itjs FOKTr-THUE- was about town." the only growing thing in KYE AT THE AOE OF E. Outside of the exaggeration this is a faithful story of Nye s life in Laramie in over accomplished suoh a sustained task. thooarlvdavs of the town. Ho beenmo Mark Twain onoe attempted to furnish a ' KP6AX W. NTE. ' kw1 h- ,. (lopuiar, lioie.i, ,in tie mixed popula- mummy arliciu lti.it wyrn & ;t ears ngor tion. Nobody could help liking Nye. when he was working en The Galaxy They mode him a justioe of the poaco. Magazine but he brnko down under the There was no salary attached to the offioa, strain nnd had to give it up. Nye's experience on the Jeoturo pint form but an occasional fee helped out hismengerx Ftipend as a writer on Tlie Sentiuol Even was not nlways pleasant. He never his natural modesty and never Nye, with nil his bubbling humor, could write of that poriod always in n humorous faced an audience without some twinges of stage fright Ono of his roostr recent vein. Here is an instance: painful. It "It was really pathetia to see the poor experiences awas his most months ago. hapHe little miserable booth where I sat and pened only quuplo of waited with numb lingers for business, was aocused, and. falssly accused, of being intoxicated while on the platform at for while I vas culled Judge Nye nnd mentioned in the papers with Paterson, N. J. A New York newspaper great consideration I was out of oo.il half was largely responsible for tho circulation the time and onee could nor mail my let- of the report What tho motive was It is ters for three weeks because I did not havo hard to guess. I learned the truth about tlie neeesfarv postage. Of course I could this tho other day from Major O. J. Smith, have borrowed tho money, but I had and who, as Nye s employor, was on tho most still hate n foolish horror of borrowing Intimate nnd friendly terms with him. It money. I did not mind running an ac- was soon after tho news of Nye's last ill 11 ess had been announced. Major Smith count, but I hated to borrow." His appointment ns postmaster followed, spoke in feeling terms of tho stricken humorist, whom ho hold in high esteem. er ond his letter of resignation to tho "I saw Mr. Nye," said Major Smith, "a general, in which ho told that official that ho would find the key under tho day or two after the Paturson incident. mat outside the front dour, is nno of the I asked him to tell mo all about it, and ho most unique documents of the many that did. Ho told me on his word of honor that are treasured in Washington Nye wrote there was not a particle of truth in the a book about his experiences as editor of statement that' he had been intoxicated, s The Boomerang. He htarted tbe paper in but he said he was 'very ill tbe ivigbt of his for instance, storr that he ! Laramie and named it after a pet inula appi&mico there. It seems tlmt his lecture .b was k - ' for an interviewer who wanted He got hardly enough out of it to koep lug delivered in a church. Tbetna lead up into the pulpit wero narrow und, I bi igraphinal facts alKMit the great him from starving, but discerning ox- -t change editors clipped out the witticisms think he said, winding. At nny rate, they It Immehii as follows: is. 1 tlar Wilson Nve was born in Maine with which the sheet bnstibd and spread wero btrange to him,, and in going up he j , Aug 35, but at 2 years of age be Jis fame far and wide. Si on he besan to stumbled. That would have beon a natti.-- rmrents by the liaod, and telling get offers from editors of big papers in ural mishap, for Njc, you know, is very oouBty was noplace various cities, but be steadily refused to nearsighted. This disconcerted him, and that i t uitin he lioidivhtruck out for St. Croix give up Tbe Boomerang. At last there ho did not appear natural. Thon sonio one nty, W is., where the hardy young pio-- c came one from tho New York World. The started tho rumor that ho was drunk. Thoro were nnd Ne, whoso sensiliome." f 150 a it soonismade for his parents aabout this editor offered him Nyo likeweek. for him tive nature hisses, rocoived n Eovcro shook, This seemod to had an offer There Just as much truth is 1 m would oriHCt if it lmd not been to go into a mint and help himself. One left tho platform. That, I am positive, n a humorous turn. He was born in hundred and fifty dollars a week! Why, ha was tho whole truth of tho matter. I (.' V tic. and his tarents did remote to Wis- had hardly had that much money all at urged him to let me make an explanation, one time in his life. Still he hesitated. He but ho said that it would be test to let tbe tiMti wliea lie wa-- , 3 nrs old. 11. s description of the town where he bad not confidence in himself and might matter drop." w is Ii irii is accurate enough and paint? In response to a question as to what he have refused bad not he beon jier&uaded thought of Nye personally Major Smith by John A. Cockorill, who was thon mant ( iHor as truly as if it bad been a seri-- . u iitfiiijit. said: aging editor of Tbe 'World. He pays of iu "Nye was an exceedingly genuine man. Mi Inrtlipl.-- i "1 lmd to use a great deal of persuaoonsistd of a small t 1 niii chilis Kdirley, Me., now a station sion," said Cockeriil in speaking of it aft- Ho was honest, sincere and lovable. He 1. the lianeor and Mooseheud ruilroad, erward, ' to get him to take up his abode was n most congenial and entortaining I companion. He loved his family and the -i at tiiai tilde n happy and peaceTul in New York and become a regular member of Tho World staff. Ho was afraid of country. In his businoss dealings ho was i gi fjurliood clastering about n red saw-t- i .1 in the mid-- t of n neli belt of white the big city. Ho thought that his homely always reasonable, fair and honest. Asv ' rib and gum arable trees. Few would buiiHir would not t appreciated bore, and for his humor, it fairly bubblod out of I M?litd this as a birthplace perhaps, that he would lose his touch with things blni. It was a'l so natural too. Ho was hux I liavi- - iH)et hud oaue to regret it " rural. I convinced him that the metroponot always straining to bay something The jh nod that elapsed front th9 time lis was tiiadi) up of country born men, and Nye was old enough to remember until he that our active, potential citizens loved left tlie internal farm and struek out for the smell of dog fennel, the hum of tho himself he has said little about in any of be aud tho 3woet incense of the haymow his writings Iloubtless there was a rea- - on wet days It was only when satisfied that there was a greut deal of human nature in tho metropolis that unconsented to corneal 21.I, and even then he pitched his toot downonStaten Island, whoro ho could nfmp with his children and keep u cow." Nyo gradually gained confidence in himself, but honover grew to like tho city. Evcu after he UiA beon for years on the lecture pUtform ud had visited almost every city nnd town In tho laud lie had his borne in tho country, where he ctmld wear old clothes when ho chose to, and where there wero neighbors w ho wore glad to know him aud chut with him. His settling on n farm near Ashcvile,N. C, was XTE AT TIIE AtBS OF TWEST' AND TWEXTT-XIK- E. not a mere whim. In tbe first placo, ho thought it was better for tho health of his son for this and probably a good ana Perchildren, and, in the next place, he liked it haps it was ratuar a hard Mirt of a life on himself Besides this tils farming experiMHS. EDGA1I W. XTE. the new Wisconsin farm, and without ments, although a f&iluroin art agricultur- funny, but when ho did perpetrato a joke duubt Mgnr Wilfou had to take his share al sense, furnished him with a never falling it seemed as if hg couldn't lielp doing it. of the rough L nooks nnd tho hard work supply of material for his regular articles 1 seldom received a lettor from him that lie clierUhed n feeling that his lot and far his lectures." He made a serious did not contain something that was pracn.ight liave beea lightened a little, but if he attempt to make farming pay, too, in tho tically irrosistiblB " did he never exprested it. ragulur way, but is was a failure. At "Would you call him n gonitis?" He lias lieeu frank enough about the each failure, however, ho laughed, und the "I certainly should. His humor was other periods in his life whon his prospects world laughed with him. born in him He was one of the greatwere eteu gloomier than when ho was on That was tho great distinctive feature est of American humorists. I think that tlie farm Thune conditions were of his about Nye's Lunior. He seldom made fun he was just about at the zenith of hia own making, however, and whon ho wrote at the expense of nny one else. He himself. power. Ho was not written out, but bis of t hem he huit no one's feelings but his was tho butt of most of bis jokes. 'Che humor seemed to ba fresh nnd up to date. own. He has told how he studied law and fact that ho never protested against tho It canio so easily and naturally from his made a failurenf It, and of Ms scboultcach-ln- g ludicrous caricatures which McDougall pen that tho laughs it xroducod wore genexierieno and mlliiuns of reader? made of him to illustrate bis own articles uine and hearty laughs Yes. Nyo was the proves that he had not the least spark of greatest humorist of tho ngo." have laughed at what tbey probably con Bidered bis quaint inventions. But there vnnlty in his make up. Nye never cared It is likely that tlmo will bring with it wan more of truth than fiction in it alL much about his personal appearance. Ho a general Indorsement of this opinion. I wnro clothes simply to cover him, he said, He did drag out a wuary existence for sov-eThe location of Nye In North Carolina jHenths in the law ofllce of Jenkins & and it was truo. On tho lecture platform ' nnd his Tarioas articles describing his Jenklas nt Ch ppewa Vails, Wis., inaking I19 sometimes presented n ludicrous ap- homo und his neighbors' there did much to ndeaierate nt tempt to remember someor pearance in his ill fitting attiro, but ho nd vctrtlso Aeheviilo&nd perhaps started tho the dry passages in tho usty volumes of naver appeared to reolizu it. It is bald that boom which lias since been to beneficial to Kent nnd Bhu kstone tltai. were put at his Airs. Nyo used to protest sometimes against the locality The humorist gavo his hand' disposal. It Mas probably a bitter cspori-inc- e tlio ilcUoucall plutures,t uuii cue cuuiu some villa the name of Buck Shoals und whon ho had to give It up and admit never get her husband to havo them although ho often retorrod io his "upright that ho could never become a lawyer, as iu(5.UOu uwuiuaunu larnt" bis land there consists of a very his father had "wished Yet whon ho came trademark. pretty estate overlooking the French Some persons might think that Nyo was Broad, jicross thealleyot which young to write about it he bays about tho&o a peculiarly unfortunate man. It is a fact , George Vandcrbilt erected Jils beautiful dreary books: "I could read tbe same passage today that he was the victim of many mlsfor- - pajaco ."Neighbor "vTanderbllt," Nyo used that I read yusterday, nnd It would seem tunes. Soon aftr ho beganto make, mon- - to cill him. as bright and fru&h nt the second reading er by his writings Jie was afflicted with , So wcJl a tho name. of. JMH Nve known oslt'dld nt the finst. On the following spinal meningitis, which was epidemic at today that it lsliard toiwrflzo tbata'most day I could rsad it again, and it would tho time. Ho had but just recovered and his.untlre reputation was madodurlng the seem just ai 1 ew nnd mysterious as it did had gone to Wisconsin, where ho was visit- - J p. decade. He was not a vUuuiinoaF lug hU brother, whon ho was .caught out wrier, but he wrote witli innch rare aud on the preceding days." His first cxjicrlence ns a newspaper writ- lua cyclone and nlinost killed. About kcpjinlnirelf thoroughly In touch with his er in Laramie, Wy.. whjtbcr lie had drift- both misfortunes huwroto in such a bu- - jvjblle. tfoinpof l.itorlrc which be pah ntoroufr manner that those who did not Ugjied. in book form wero 'BUI Kyo ed from Vlsinln, were far from pleasant, .yet aljiiUv them h lias written same know him personally think to this day the Boomerang," iSauod In ItfS "uv a long tijat bo was merely roraanclng, Taeipol- - J jviryr Jl'ars," in ofhla bright tet articles. rHtled Hay, m .!J5i)itii before lie disco jre i IKB! "JHU NW. m&tZOin JXOCK,' 4flJ tbntho could ujuii n5.ojnwu5fp.uww, imn-only mm toexpJMBJmrsacK ot siiair vf saying sWe,Jiumoriusly. Be fcl!3L&Q-Mn-i.. tllst the mii- ananbigltia hwHeed aba after i bad Lwa M a 'jhouirtrnte 6l mm awiui wapwwntm. wm 1 J lMta)lBaV niOU. Mtd Ul dMM 1 -- iPm .SSV. timabtaJraWwwftWwBcff MMifst. V -- l .sjl v fv oon-quer) s r 1 -, post-mastn J . 1 s extent of Nva's He was known . icrevor the Knirltefa laHHt is tpoken ar J in whih; plan; where it b not. dAl Me, tiw humorist, is rather an old T j sum h. Hit up nnd dtemis it k 117 ? . n v lif w.is the greatest f niimakr that trici bft er seen. But Edgar Wilson N the man. was known to oonipttrative- ' f Thoe who formed their ooinioos him from hearsay mm Mistaken often. 1 .1 n was a good deal of Uh real man a ut him The public tfiought of him :. as wearing the jester's cap and bells, - (in experience with other enius to lwlieve him capable of all r . ,j eccoutrie freaks and to le an un- itersonalitj. But there were - f w eoceutrieititts about Nye. Ho was k 1. nl, whole stHiled, hoixwt, democratic s n of a man, woo oaly differed from otli- ut his kind in that be oould alwavs see i umorous ride of a thing and had a n it for expressing bis fun in a way i wi irrttrtlbla to tbue with any 1 humor m M m of Bill Nye's readers think titer k iw cry little about whet his real HTeH tilth n but as a matter of fact tbey hae t r Jabirt of running hiMory of all bis . ? and cominfcs airf of many of the ! at which relieved the moBotoy of ''.tt-iiofor him. Tle adveHtaras nnd i, rings which he wrote altuut pnd tboagbt t'.ib muet ptjople imaginationhad t bir ox- nce only in his worn -c it on facts. Of course lin a- - J a ui exaggt-ratioin the t IUot bi the r oiiations of life, funny totes w.ro aomal Perhaps tlK very fuel iliot .rriDcos t v. r it- - with such frankness misled Jus . '" fe. aro as varied as thoir distribution. Vio lets, reds, greens, aro frequont colors, due, perhaps, in poliio casus to mimicrj', or protective resemblance. In shape nnd size some aro flattnod, globular masses of small sizo; othors are great treelike growths, several feet round, others wide, deep cups and others littlo laowok tubus of the flnost spun glass, bomb o tough and horny and livo in shallow nnd therefore rough water and need n strong skeletal framework; others aro delicate and brittle aud only flourish in tho quiet depths of tho sen. Tho horny sponges, as tho sponges of commorco are --exiled, frum their tough, Jiorny skeleton, which wo know so Well, flourish in tho greatest abundance in Water from 30 to 40 fathoms In depth. Tho delicate siliceous sponges, howovor, which would bo uttujy smashed to pieces In this rougn wator, aro only found far below this. Along tho coasts of Portugal and Brazil beautiful specimenswtrofound by tho Challenger, flourishing in great abundauco at tho depth of 1,000 fathoms, and from that down to 2,000 fathoms, or between two and three miles bonunth the sea level, tnoy wero found either lyi&g upon or Imbedded in tho soft mad which coven, the Ixittom of tbe sen. '1 he greatest number of spucges, however, gro.v la water from fiOO to 1,000 fathoms in dpjli. Gaofl Words. SaluttM. In Uanny, officers ralute by drooping the point of tho sword; also by lowering tbe colors nnd beating the drum- - la tlie navv, salutes are nutdo by dfci barge rf Bpouces. Tho color, sizo nnd sliapo of tho sponges have fourjcaia in which to make them selves ricli mill independent, nl liiv peuse of tlie people. That is an exuet stntomt'nt of M-- t ing conditions in the nut.onai iip'tgi 1 hut is the reaion whj thf ii'potilji.uw of the senate have clillt il:illvng with the question of a nopnii.utiou Tiiey took Uw eiminiiltce.-- tun) tlt.eiitn inittee chairmanships; because tliev wanted thi comfort mul conii'iiieneciil uidg'nilit'ent committee rooms In medi.itflv after going through vvith corrupt jobbers and looters hie them that.selllshpnigramnie.Jh.'v m.nounifii Hither, with schemes for enriching to the countrv that thu lidii nut ma themselves at the expense of the plain jority in tlie senate. :ntt fiiiul 1.01 reor people. While the democrats held in the senate and house, there gnni7e the oiliM'rs i'hev plaveO tin deceptive gtime of nominal. rig x sirri-tnr- y V'ere no schemes of that character that ,,t and scrgeant-m-arm- s hoiii Dad any show whatever. The smaller nobody ever heard before imiiiM robbers did noreven come to Washingtliey never intended to fleer llins,. otrK-er- s ton: and the railroad corporations if thev count avoiil i. Il.t mg ihi vere whacked at every point. They got absolutely nothing. They had the in caucus anil nominal. tl olHifrs rT- stopjied. tut litive iimilc no . linn i, oudBcity to try, but they found themelect them The nam the ounlrv to selves balked at every turn by demotindersttiiid thnt thev irre muv-- i less ,, cratic RtatcKmen, who believe in serving do soT hoping thui the couctrv wilt ic their country with honor. '1 hdrjiaw. tbui ensilv dcii'iveil and thin the peo Hom. is not the man for your bankpie will not hold them responsible for er, though he may do for n traveling 11 their failure ti legisintc all burton. companion. i'hej will luljourn in Aliiv wititont -- having done uuv thing Cut lie sixin as MULH ALL'S STATISTICS.. thev lio so PrfMririi! ClcvetiitHl will isMie a proctniiiation. rehiring their ETOves That "We Are tho Richest j shift Iessnes.s. iumI nailing them in extra Nation in tho World. session t provide relief for the trea ury. I hev cannot rcxpoiisiliili Ourlng to Republican Class I.eRiala- ty. hcv lire isliirkiug and scheming tan. Our Wurklngtueii Are Not Tros- tion. to iivnul iiipn (itv hut thev will be erfus Sme Coujmenle bj Con- called m strict nccount grtssnian MaMlllIn. will cvpose them, anirthe people will deal with them 1'lltinilA.N. - Washing ion, Feb. 2T. (Special.) Oueen Anne UrA a large, rcrt nose, "Few of oitr people realize tie extent from drinking i?h was called "Urundy 0T lire pOAver of this countrj," sas Nan In her siiTiject.s. Congressman Ikmton .McMillin, of Tennessee. "There is no better statistiWILL OPPOSE DUPOTvTT. cian tlutn Molhall, and his statements Ire Hoiepted aa final and conclusive by Populist Senators Not In Favor ol I lieieliufie men. .Mulhall sajs tliat. cieftHiireii b,) capacity to prouuee, Seating Sim. tiieasured b cajuicity to accomplish, the iowcr of the United States is about Senator Stcvrart Will ,lsn AntiiRontze us grefft y as tliatof (Ireat Britain, n H ClianK lte Se I'miicc and derinany combined. More- h.il tut ISu'ttic tti.ltrouJ over. tJioev nations maintain 4,000,000 l.ot)b)lmi VVnul. tnen in their military service, and it v Washington. Feb 25. (Special.) d men takes 1,000,000 of their "It will be a long time before the to support those vv ho are under arms. can seat Col (Ju l'onl, of "While m inlying statistics. 1 have Ih-i-s Highest of all in Leavening IW.jt. Pzp cr COLUMN. JOT. NUMBER C. 39. Latest U.S. Goi't Report PROFESSIONAL m Tk i Baking & rywttcr AB&OEWSE1X PULE &5Zc? THE HERO OF THE REGIMENT. Gallantry at the Battle of El Teb. Only those who have been engaged on active warfare in the Soudan can .Soulier- ATTORNEYS. Tt Medicine and Sareerv. Office Collins Building, ATa'inStreet, Richmond, Kentucky, JASPER. If H.B.HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW, . Richmond, Kentucky. Olbce No 13 DR. H. H. EOBERTS.... "8 Kentucxy TOffice: Corner Duncan Avenue and Pleasant Street, Paria, Ky. J0ffice Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. Firt street, up slairs. 3 11 a. iiwns EnBllsti - GRANT E. LILLY, ATTORNEY-Richmond, Office A ... Specialties... T LA W, --t t t t- - Eye, Ear, Xqse, Throat and Stomach 11 es4-ap- e 1 to-da- V able-bodie- Stewart, of Nevada, thin looming "There of iwrt doubt ii my niriK h he us legally ele ted. anil I think that milar doubt rxtvre in Uil minds of tbe other io:itlist senators. At anv r.Uo, Uwir'vriM be no hasty action in the het-hef- - Delvnr." sail Srnalor case BUCK SHOALS. NYE'S UBSIDEVCE. NEAR ASIIEVILLE, X. C. onnuon, striking the colors or t ipsails, or bj volleys of small arms. bhiWiiwa;nRu-lut- e with an odd mimliurof guns, und ((alleys with an oven manlier. THE PRESIDENTIAL BEE. It Makes Rank Cowards of lican Leaders. Speatter Rertl'it Repub- Alnonnrs (lave Changed bo That UU lies! KrloinU Are Ite-pelled Otliel CauUiilatcs blmllarly ArTcctnl w u. . It-w- d If; itf " 1 . - ' w?rr! J ?ZJZ- ?i. "Tsr.- --. s,tnte. C.1. I)u Pont received 15 d votes out of 30, in the Delaware legislature, and Unit is clearly not n ma- notices it. Moritj. His vlahn is bjMd tifioti the When Harrison "was in tJie white fact that State Senator Watsonr who hinnp uruinrc j U41U ivui 1 oo UsllU lff k.m nnil 1. nit v.?j nn-- JwJkv '"' liouse. Tom Reed used to saj that he was acting trovernor. entered tlie senate factshd the colonel for dead upon the field, " If we take a survey of mankind in was tild. sol fish and devout ot human and voteil agnhist l'u I'ont. Tfie claim When we recovered the bodies they e,v mpulhies. Hut, vvitli the vv liilc Injure is made that .Senator Watson oould not .ancient or modem times, a--s regards tho) phvs-an-l, mechanical and intellectual' were taken back to camp. Here we lieforo his daily vision and iieopliijg und acljng governor at senator -- fpund that Tanning was stabbed in 17 his dreams. Tom Rccd is to I i, sanu5 tlne Thutit. Hot a matter for foue of nations' wo find nothing- to wpth the United States in the" diffeient places, yet, despite this fact. at exclusive and reclubive an Harrison the United States sietiitte to determine. romNire ev- -r im? physical antt mecnan-- 1 the gallant fellow lingered for five If any one of the frferrds of It is vvilhin tlie constitution anil laws vear isftiii. was. ical power, which has enabled a com- - dajs afterward, and died at Victoria U asked the other candidates should of Dlavvaje thnt the action of Senutor to get onto Tom JJeed's tmnil wagon. Wittaoii should be settled. I think miiiiity of woodcutters anil farmers to hospital, Suez, where he was buried. become in less than 100 j ears tlie great-es- t Needless to saj had he recovered from Uiey might reply, as Hied replied ton- -' that hr acted within the- law and u nation in the world, is tlie aggregate his wounds, he would have received the lh92- - "It is not a ccrning Harrison in of Ins state, and thnt therefore He of the strong arms of men and women, Victoria Cross for his bravery. bandwagon. It isjin ice vagon." Cok Uu font wan not electeil. M' presaided bv horse power, machinery and leaves a widowed mother to mourn his M1c11 Keed was s(eaker of the Kifty ent untlerstaiidiug of the case is that useful arts loss. first congress, anybody could g't into all of the democrats and all of tlie popu 'straniypovver, applied to The trumpet, which bore such his room ut the capitol, or at lit1 hotel, lists will vote ngjiiiiKt the seating of I and scietiecM of everjday life." "Von eim step a little higher, and mute testimony by 'the blood-staine- d to see and diat with him Nowadays Bu lout, and that ms claim vvilltie dethrow Imck jour shoulders, and feel finger marks in his deathly grasp of it is almost impossible to approa'di bun. feated." pmiid, after reading those statistics the gallant stand made by the heroic He was a hard master ot tiiat congress. Senator Tiirpie is the profound was afterwards recovered and used to walk down Pennsylvania t but he popular statesman who defeat- and the comments of Mulhall. We aro j'otuth, greatest nation in tic world, preserved as a memeuto by his comavenue vvith leading republicans, chat- ed Heitjamin Harrison Jor the senate in today the Coir Barrow afterwards rades. ting in n companionable sort of way l&bC. lie is regarded as 11 high author- laud we new! make nociception in that from the effects of his wounds,died alnnvertton. vvhien made tie wpublicans like jinn, ity on hitflcate potato of Jaw, and bis though not until he had rendered exe past two jears cellent services on the Nile expedition. "And j'et, during-thwhile they writhed under his sway. opinion will have weight with t'bdein-oeraU- s Jvovv h" is different. He svatps alotic, of the seunte, w ho wdll suMain there have been thousands of idle hands Home Queen."' nnd does not seem to want nn.v tiortj to his minority rcfiort on the D11 Pont in tlie Utyted States, thousands of rionlc and much suffering walk with'him. or talk with him. dur case. llicrefore it nidi be pftsitivelyJ ing his rMlgrimages to the stated that the contesting rentiblican throughout the land. Tliere is, of. Political Maxim. will not succeed in his effort todireak 1 eourse. a cauye for these ills in a pros- capitol. He is so diilurciit.Vo that his changed maiineri" are lnto the senate Thus another one of perous mil. on, and we should be able Remember In thy days of stress. bosom friends you make. The the talk of the town; and reprtiiican the lidpesol republican politicians goes lo Hud the cause- by investigation. Bis-- ( Wnen fewer brings fame and prominence. time tress and disaster have come from leaders already sec that if heereoiice glimnictiug into luutory. The fewer friends you'll need to shake. Indianapolis Journal. "I also believe," said Senator S"tewart, iiilauy republican sources, but two of in the white house he would fiappe all callers. "that the republicans will have a hard them are mainly resonsibIe. Thecow-- j Prepared. Ui.der Heed's directob the house tune electing their candidates for sec nrdly makeshift of the Sherman silver Mrs. Hobb My husband came home and sergeant-ai-armshas passed a bill to prohibit prize fightthe sen- purchasing law of 1800 was a factor in last night a"nd told roe he was ruined. ing. It has also passed a bond bill and ate. Thev nominated for fiecrcturv a biingirig upon us an era of unrest in Bo you know, 1 think 1 must have had a silver bill: neither one of which can man who was postmaster at Spokane, ? lie business world which paralyzed a premonition of it. become a law. That is the sum total Hash., and whose account with the trade. '1 hat dangerous. financial strad-- i1 Mrs. Nobb Why? . of the legislation accomplished during treasury department has not jet been idle was supplemented by tlie JIcKinley Mrs. Hobli It was only last week the present session of congress under settled' in a satisfactory manner. He iiionslrosHj. called a revenue law. The that I ordered a comnlete new wardthe leadership oTTom Iteed. The 111.1111 uiaj- - be an lion est man. and 1 have no 'New Kiiglaml manufacturers had the robe N. Y. World. doubt that he can prove himself to be a fat. fried AvbQ used to pose as the one and onl.v agof out them, and paid liberally for the ex-- i gressive leader "to do business" bus' good mail, but as long as the treasury the v protection accorded rente He is department claims that hebwes. 12,000 them; beoome a shrinking politician. r. I shall oppose his election to the ofllce ,bul the people of ihis nrosnerous afraid to "saj aiijlhingror to do to proceed which he seeks. You uuisv understand 'country wwo left tosuffer. Befoav the or to allow" with the biettiiews of the country, for 111a 1. ine seuieutry oi try; enate is the t enactment 01 tlie snernwn and McKinfpar some uust.ilie might tn made disbursing officer of that bodj and ley laws this country was prosperous; but immediately after the enactment tvhuh would t..Ti)en liufi ill his quest ot handle all of the money which is in the paj inent of the salaries of those measures tbe national reven- the prr detittal jiomitiDtion. .THRICE-iVWEE- K EDITION Ilefore tt- - Un' got to buzzing so hard, orotic .senators, nnd all other employes I'ties Ivgan to dwindle, until toward the cans- - 01 the senate, besides tlie contingent rrIoM of tie- Harrison administration IS PiGES 1 Mil i 6 1 ! 8 Reed used U Se a saicastic. witty. U PJPEKS 1 TE1E tie and relentless persecutor oC$.ome' fl'nd for the running expenses of the the treasury w as practically bankrupt. nate. 1 shall oppooe hia election." Harrison left an 11 legacy to "his sue- -' of h.r 'republican colleagues, as well 8 larger than 'any weekly or semi- Tliat also is significant. The popn cesvor dcpHed trade, depleted public But as Ins du.wratic opponents. weeklv paper published, and is the power, and. Icunlhlenci- - and a depletion of business, onv imnortant Democratic ''weeklv" nov wh le im siding ovci the house, t Iwts Jiold the bjjJance-p- f he is as lamtlike and moderate- - as a W;Mi the .- demociate, thev can prevent ivililj Uie nations of. the world; so that . publishedin New Tl oik t'itv.Three times . . . ..." rojiublicnrm from taking posses- - the gmitewt nation in tie world was' fas time as the leading Kepublican tlfe He avoids amu-nttons- .j cooing dove. u ppo.tr uerore ouier aivnueai weekly of New York Citv. It will be of 111 qrner trial wii w vncumcrs. ix isuiscourngingio ."ittic may avoui niHiviijg os- you during the ever tfieXscorcs of republicans who are here j peoples in the'guib-o- f i He as mild ainan 'is cisifms. a pauper and' especial :aiivantage gS'.TfT-nEsrjstepi ed. info the speaker-chrtopie- - hanging around waiting for then mendicant. During tie Fifty-thir- d sidi over (lie house: and toe vvursfo) tt charice at tho lleahpots of patronage. congress thai as it ia published every other day, except is thai his colleagues all notice it and j Tbey arestlll on the outside, and there-- J denmcratH were constantly taunted bv sunday, aud has all the freshness and thev will remain for some time to iir, iieen nn other repujiticans,- - be-- j timeliness of a daily. It combines all comment ipon it. Buti Tom Used a not the onlv re-- . come, 'cause tiej said we did not enact enough tlie news with a long list of interesting dej: partments, unique features, cartoons and The people do not understand the (nfilimutive legislation. publican coward this vpar! Tberedocs! Mr. Reed is graphic illustrations, the latter being a e a bingle republican' problems of the indebtedness of the now spiaker of the house, which is specialty. .not seem Infwlnw v wtt raiironns to the goveniment.-Th- e strnnglj rejmb'iean. The republican XIU linu ka ,viuii 4ltll I ti rt IIIM tlio ofiiirlira u f It ar. Jrl Ail have total, amount is approximately- - inLso have the organizaiion'af the senJ made these improvement in the been victions. The only man of them all v,thout any increa cost Why iloes nrif that nartv cnaci which remains at one irollarner vear. who liati tried to do anything is Senator 51O7.000.OOO. There is a hill pending-- flte. which projQes- to permit those nch faiHrmative'IegiftlaHon? We offer thm untsfiualeti-jieusDapI will teU "voul Davis, of Minnesota, wio has championed a set of resolutkms defining corporatioiiK to refund their debt, by II is because they are u party of cow- and the Tun Clutax together, one year aud declaring the Montoe-- ' doctrine, giving Impils tir the gov eminent, or ards. Thtyr will legislate onlvron tha for $170. The regular subscription price of tht hven Davis was pushed forward by the pronstsrs to pav, hi 1Q0 yeaiii:isit a law same lines which have iwen so ruinourfl wo papers is 230. 34 on foreign relations rtUv ot tnteiest. They also ivanf to iheretoforer and they dare not go intq senate committee have the government accept one-ha- lf such foJIiesjust rf."eci;d(nffn presidenji to iiiakt; his speech; but. nevertheless, he is n bian of courages aud did not instead of idl that is due. Such.n pro)- - j iial election. 1 venture the nrrdiciinrfl ositmu. or such propositions, vvouhi be riiow. thatw if the republicans rihouldj shirk when called upon. Not only the republican presidential ruleil out of nnyconrt of lawv And yet-th- elec- their preyidpiitml eano'date tbi rich cordrations rppfar- here year. thlV will nroeeed to enact asii candidates in congress atp afraid to do u mwvera jluu other high protective tariff bftkvhTcH: ii jurir anythii but all of hi' repdblicaii . apjH-aini10 con- - wilt bring this pro.spe.rou8 nation tpi fetat csinen and politiciamtare wuitlinc u',r'JiJuu uuici-rsrtT" f ttlTruC lni.knnL4' tiKiin avatnrwm Mmuivr Ha.iiur,,d! ble in theair. and arm to'deeuly Bvfjw vimui s oisiionesi. act. juor" ., iv"v lnral trim .... 1 he reitteans. are' palpably inl man we nine ver. Ki'own ! thut thesiirrhtcat mistilkrA muile bv over' "I fee P"' .. I WHITE'S CREAM pubhean leaders also declare aw of them v dl fcnoil all of thtfJillcirea rn"r of tin jobbery and hinieCillismr bill thev Tire chances-- of rcpuhlicpu iJiueW, this VfcaL dp they c.inv JbMhe rrghtfi-orthay Ui enact any ieifistiuion iti that direo3i Peo!'ft o(lltaK:t all year, thejl-ccotM -- -. f a 1 oin MaltifaMl lojsar "M" - ... . of fbe rviHtbTlviw paitV f!iritKalLsaiia 1 ' avnsA.1. m i iicjan- - bilrtr 3n;ljrr-fintyvli- i ..., .owrtfir.' a..'f ,iy. ,- -. t. H WOXM Htmtttltl, Kk 5 Has ;-l?o!iUei-hand-to-han'- Washington, Feb. 20. (.Spo ial.) Tom Uccd's waddle has degenerated His onct-gvuinto a proud strut. It is smile has In rued into a nnecr former friends do not wath vvith I11111 on I'rnnaylvuniu avenue, lM'i"aii-lr: prefers his own company. lie placing n game of solitaire, anil evr body This is a very MgnifieanttnteranL If the reptitdirtms wcce permitted tq seat the contestant from I ebvvHrB.thy vvQiild lrave 45 straight rcpubliuHn senators, which ic exactly nlt the total lniiiibcr of ftciiMlorK. They"tnijfht then in some vry rmluee one of the populists to art with them, and thus develop a majority to do business. With this view, the populuts. who poMiibilitv now hold the bnhinue of power in the bfjwite, will prevent Uie seating of lu Punt, and thereby retani tliuir present vantage. "l'have carefaliy examined all of the cvidhnw !n the Un I'out ca.se." sas SeimlOT Ttirpie, of Indiana, "and I can find 110 vvjirrant in law or equity, or under tlie constitution, for permitting am nfan to tke a scat in tlie senate who did not receive a majority of the votes cast by the legislature of a 111 hov-erci- ascertained that this country produces 31 per cent, of tbe entire manufactures We need not go abroad if the world (or mm ui fact tck of any ehaneter, and it 'is only the i h and foolish ho send laoney to ICiirope ftir fabrics of costly lextiire. Tliere is no neewwitj for it. "I have als4 ascertained tliatourrail-lfirM- l mileiige is 43 pe- cent, of the After equaling all ivm Id's mileage. (if tin nuleag" uf'ISurope, our railroads flw an e.cek enough to circle the eartli. 'Thy way that figures are never except to statisticians, but liclieve our jieople will be pleased to jinow that we are doing 33 peroent.of the- world's bniiking busiuuss. 1 hat t lUn'. not look as Uintigh this country is j lrtferiiHf from irretrievable disaster; ! lilt hough tfie legislation under the Har-- J nwn mlipinmlnitJon has brought (vreckage immI ruin to manv homes. r "I he railway tonnage of the United ' is inort than seven times :is great :is Ua,t uf France; and it is three- 'oiirlhs as much as that of all Europe oiiin ued. Tho canal and river mile-- f all iige of this country is the water mileage of the globe; except- ilig. of ttourw., the ocean and great lake uiileagi rake this extract from Mul- hall, and print it in jour paper. It will do jour readers good to get the 11 r-- vv - en-lit-- 1 , 1 three-tenths- of realize fully to what extent the religious fanaticism of the Mahdi'g followers will carry them in time of war. Beckless as to death, they rush aiadly into the thick of the fray. Fearless, bold and resolute is a true description of the Hadendowa tribe of Soudanese arriors, vv hose native, home lies in the wild and mountainous districts of the eastern Soudan. The warlike tribe of warriors had never known what it was to suffer defeat at the hands of an enemy until they received their first check from the British troops at the battle of El leb. Jlanj a brave young fellow shed his life's blood fighting hand to hand vvith this warlike tribe in defense of bis rountry on the field of battle that day, and manj-- a poor mother at home in Kngiand mourned the loss of the one great joy of her heart, and whose home was left desolate and bare, now that the beloved one had perished gallantly fighting 011 the plains of the Soudan. The disastrous defeats of Hicks Pasha on the Ivile and the intrepid Baker Tasha in the eastern Soudan led up to the subsequent events which 1 am about to narrate. At the battle of EI Teb (February 20, 1834), Col. Barrow and Trumpeter Fanning, a young fellow of 10 years, were leading a wing of the Nineteenth Hussars, in the charge against the Arab forces, who were then in full retreat, when suddenly they were cut off from the main body of the regiment by a supeiior force of the enemy. Col. Barrow had already been badly wounded in the charge, having b.en speared through the left arm and side, and was, therefore, powerless to defend himself. Trumpeter Fanning, w ho was riding by his- side, took in the whole situation at a glance, and, quickly dismounting from hi3 horse, stood on the defensive over the body of his fallen colonel, and fought with that indomitable pluck and courage which only tbe true soldier can do when put to the test. Drawing his revolver, and with a determined look to do or d,e upon his manlj jouug face, he calmly awaited the onslaught of the savage horde. Not a shot was wasted, livery bullet had its mark; for Fanning knew only too well his chances would be small once his rcvofter was empty. At last the critical moinent came, and he had fired his last shot. Drawing his sword, he awaited the attack with a firm grip. And now came a ter- rific struggle, in which he fought like a lion, until, stabbed in the right arm with a spear, thegal-btatclnnt fellow, though weakness and loss of blood, was compelled to relinquish his hold upon his sword, Nothing daunted, however, the gai- lant trumpetei seized his trumpet with his left hand and again fought the enemy unt.l literallv borne to the ground bj' sheer force of numbers. Heie they fell upon him and hacked his body with their short stab- vv hand-to-han- Kentucky. DR. A. E. STEWAUT, flirXICIAN AND SURGEON, RlCHMOND. b.W corner Main and Second streets np atalrs. Will practice in all the court, nf Madison and adjoining coonbes and Court of Appeals. 3 Kxntucxt- - Malheirs-cfo- Vh ""f, Street. ""V"en -- "" . CoT-n-c.- .. 619 North 4 W. B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW ' . Richmond, Kentucky. Office in Collins Building. 0 DR. O. A. IvFATTRnv PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Richmond. Office stairs. Office . . KviTWXY hour.., BuiIdInI. No. M Main Street, to , 4 4 to s n, " DK. JOHNM7FOSTER . . . Kentucky Richmond. Telephone at office and residence. J. 0. & D. M. CHENAULT, A TT0RNEYS AT LAW, . Richmond, Kentucky. ctry Office on Second EVANS, Richmond, -,- JVi. D., - - Kentucky. .j:--- sweet, oyer thenaulf. ere- -; I ZT'l Marine retired fron. the Dracfc nf iui icajUu; DMt bnAwn self, . I agajn -, .r X"- P'0,e"'l sices Tl TV. to th. reeht!el'den" ofN-- - DeaiherajeoSe"". W. R. SHACKELFORD, ATTORNEY AT LA W, Richmond, DR. T. J. TAYLOR " i Kentucky. Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, . Richmond, . Kentucky. Omce and residence oa Third Street. Will practice in all the Courts. Office orer Rich mood National Bank, sam e as Col. Caperton's. 42 STEPHEN" D. PARRISH, A TT0RNEY Richmond, . DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Richmond. Orrici Smith AT LA W, - Kentucky Offic Kentucky. Patents, Careats, Trade Marks, Designs, Etc. Kenort at In nal.nMkiti... u. .U.CU..VU c -- gi j .r Lhaige. Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate rice terms. uciucc applying ior a patent, write me 48- - hours Q0O tO ;..... buildinff-tstn t t m ,n . D W Street. 13 Practice limited to dentistry.' J C MOIGAW. MORGAN & YATES, PHTSI0IA2TS. Richmond. DENTISTS, Kentucky. Orricx Main Street, oyer Madison National DR. H. R. GIBSON, Richmond. Bank. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, . Kentucky. J. L. HARRIS, Richmond, Or-ic-e in the Joe Collins building, 18 and 30 Second Street, oyer White's new drugstore. ij-- . M. D., D. D. S. . Kentucky itn.1 O&e hSSSl , Clown and bridge work over Wallace & Main a. m f u m.. 1 to 4 p m. CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. WELBY V. Richmond, BDRGLN-- d DENTIST, K Veterinary Dentistry and Stenl.tr a Specialty. Office up stairs oyer New York Store, coraer Mir. anJ First streets. Richmond. 46- - Kentucky roc"y. No. 36 Second Slree" "" CbenauIt'1 Tbe Blue Gra OF tS flerd F55lsssHl SWBJIgMES- - THORODGHBRED Y RED HOGS. Ttc-cr-r r, - forsaie. MY BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THF breed of Address. BredsowsaeicStTkfL &...U.CCT4. i H.ERDf this famoa vjrreaponaence lOUcited. Orchard. Kv R. H. BRONHUGH, Proprietor, Crab tit 1 mDaio., x- dll -- law-yer-a- nd - un-Jinp- py ...Laces, Embroideries and Hosiery at... ....Sale of Dry Goods and Notions, Dress Goods and Trimmings.... W To 1 1 GIBSON'S, CALLED , of d C'oaks in all tht newest styles. Flannels, Blankets a 3d all Unds of Woolen Goods at prices never before named in thia marieL our line ox SPECIAL ATTENTION ..... hlsr-bou- DRESS GOODS niiy-thinj- New York World, C THE ... We mean what we say, tthen we say ' T COST EOR mean CASH and no goods charged at the prices we will name, YOURSELF that w ai in earnent bvcalllingand pricing our goods yon will know we mean business. Tht fact is wt havo MORE GOODS the money hence out determination to txebanxeont for tht other. Tht gteat tha CSH WE -- 30 DAYS CASH SALE IS NOW COST 1 "I " .2Ln? WHITE guttsrlsk Psttvmt Fcr Sato 5 GIBSON'S Corndr Second and Main Sts. a si -- 10-b- """ llll . SI , - er - ar liiaaison jra.oniiineHtal.... Works rVy. da -- , - 4111 MUM l'I irtJ, . Ar&nS , A.iurai.iuiusHASlirjEiiHjrjI 3SH 3Bsb1 e - utir.i-sui.irje- g 1 T the-robb- er tdoli-aWnri- if Ulllff III I ...... 5auTtAW ll-,v I ML W BSggSBt qaaasBnowiHiav - m&Wm M. " FIME W0XK A " --- .-. smaim - Hjej-afjirel- ttt iI 19 meal EH W9M 3 Th-rep- ul, ZSTZL ?sFS2&.jzz aaWfata--- ..! CESO. ...S t ?' tWft the bik k kk ifL Jlu ,iktt we rihMftmr eWy jrnvJLi. If Ji TVZ.'f' 2". "V.Lsi.:- - !!.. s KMaA$d e ,o:r - .(& j . - "T oaiyi of tha &, 1 ,vvusrneton , it tha b ' yrt!itr.r'awa bun, b tiuT Jfft-tiBt- e&ikIfitera Bank at MeWi4y' h ilUt4Kte wuarC( rk - .fTMaiiilll jut. jflgWLl- hatml wm ',c bHHH - State. n - sui bwt mWfWrUirLZsoft apai appt -- ru . tailed to t ttwjakk&Bey. .Ana 5f" ' PffiBrnfffJaJfMilSaiMs "'EffiKHmflnrfffl'''"'! Il laiTaJrtlsissiWff' IK ? ? w J r j ""vsi':5w&sh","-i5ff:v'- 7 C l j'5 3 "1 e. c THE CLIMAX. fKENCH 'UPTON, D. P. ARMER, fDBUSlira LIVESTOCK AND DAIRY NOTES. .... Y 15 All, EYJESY VKDNUDIY There is no Jonger any question about Editob. the merits of ilehorning where cattle are Manager shipped in cars or fed In the barns and sheds. They often j:ored each other, and other stock was frequently hurt by the BV horns. The Climax Printing PRICE PKIt Gc 1.50 touched was hot. My bed 'was in a bln7o before I got out and vvliiin I saw the imiiii house it had been huVniug for crease in gain. WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 4 1896 sometime. The roof Lad fallen in upon The equtable climate of the Southern Cre-lo1 oO. the second floor. My heart 'sank within Your nerves will be strong, and your States makes them far preferable as cat CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT I wa-- t too late, to rescue jjie with fear-tha- t sleep sound,, sweet and refnsshing. . imp m . Suites. The feed consumed VYY 1 Trt-cethe precious ones that slept 'Wthiu. 1 Hood's SarsapariUa makes pure blood. cures Jchk S Owsley, of Lincoln comity, i in the colder Northern States in main That is why it many so many diseases. lost no time in trying; I rani nry best thousands take it That is why so a caiiilMatu for Conim-so- , to repre&en tabling animal heat is fat on the ribs of s. Australian lightweight Tom and shouted lire at every jump. I to cure disease, retain good health, prethe 8th District, subject to the action oi Southern fed cattle. Union suffering. Remember vent sickness and found the door locked and a)l asleep. the Democratic party Mr. Elizah Lunipkins had a public Australian fealhei weight A Griffiths I backed across the porch jtnd then LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- sale the 25th preparatory to going to Illi (Young Grilfo.) threw my whole weight aguiiitt the Grovek pLKVELM) was inaugurated KET. Australian bantamweight Abe Wil- door. It was not .as strong as I supposed njis. Here are some of the prices: Om To to-Iihiee years ago and since Jefvery old milch cow, good nii'ker, no! lis. for it did not check me, not could 1 ferson this (jovernmcut has not had a bri-ttired, 25.75, horses, $10, SJ7.5U, $31 25. check myself for I landed in tho midPUBLISHED BY GLOVEIt A JJU1WETT, LOUIS l'rchident. That light irom a sycamoru ball, HISTOKV OH THE PiyzE KINO. Wagon, $38.50, picked corn in rib, $1.32 dle of the room upsetting the cradle. I V1LLE lOISACCO WAREHOUSE. Tha( float in a lamp, lot sheep $2.57 per lid. per bbl, Small Yellow fever is 'raging at Rio Janeiro The 300 and odd sports who gather grabbed the baby out as the criidhi went Is the One True Blood Purifier. Jl per bottle. That swung by a clamp, and in a hhort time will attack tin Sales on our niuiket this week jubi Household goods and farming tools sod ed near Umgry, Mexico, List Friday over ou the nurse who was sleepi.tg on T, ,.,7 cure Liver 11H- - easy to That btuck in the wall high. junish soldieis in Cuba with mor closed amounted to 3.935 hbdw with and saw Fhzsimmous whip Mahei, prob- the floor and she jumped up Then 1 HoOd S PlIIS take, easy to operate. 25c The sycamore ball floated iu a cup of violence than (jotnez's matters. f6r the same period 2,054 lilidc Mr. Robert Johnson, of near this plac ably witnessed the last big fight that turned to Mr. and Mrs. Allan, around melted lard makes a fauip-- ick and was have known him all my life, lived many since January 1st hits bought a farm on the Drowning will he pulled off in this paitot Ihe globe whom the hot cinders were falling-luiales on our market A telephone mesjige from Frankfoit, amounted to 36 G91 hhds. Sale of the Creek section and will move to it whei there they sat up in bed. paralyzed with much used in those days for kitchen and years with him and never heard nn un for years. anybody, and I evening, to the Cumax, from a .rop of 18!)5 on our market to this date ttie weather and roads arc good. He is lat As the meeting of Sullivan and Iil-rai- fright. 1 could only say "Ctime" and cabin, and by which he sat many a night kind word from him to .prominent Republican, said a cmcut amount to 30,711 hhds. ran out with Barbara in my arms, and telling us wonJerful things aunug which have seen him sorely tried, such as call John-sothe oldest sou of "Uncle" Tommy marked Hie ending of championship would be held "last night, and that Si Receipts and sales have been somespoken of in these items heretoiore. contest under London ring rules, so does thev all followed in a jiffy and just as we were the early wars and hardships of the ing him out of bed after midnight (when it) to go.ten miles John Boyle would be the nominee. what curtailed this week owing to recent contest mark' reached the porch and within Mm feet of American people under Washington, the he had just gotten into Mrs. S. Tribble, while returning home the the door the second floor gave wav and conquest of Mexico by Corte! and the in the bleak stormy weather on some of uufavorable weather conditions. Good from u visit to the family ofthe hue themwiih gloves. Limited round gloves Winchester, President Patteiimin of Lexington.il.-troduoingCto fine grades of leaf aiein active demand are still possible in several precipitated its burning debris to the battle of New Orleans- - under Jackson the bad roads leading out of Jones Sunday the 23rd, was verj Breckinridge to hisschoo at prices trom $15 to $20 per hundred ' btood old Kentucky." and many and sometimes to places where he knew oaiiifully hurt by the falling of tier horse places, but surely no one would ennsid room we had that moment let t She where his Feb. 22. aid ' I am glad" Ac. and straight vith occasional hhds. selling highei S ie is suffering greatly, and is unable era coolest with gloves, limited Io twen- lid not perceive that tho child vas safe, Mini. .rorij 11.. tnirt nt. .if li,..,,..! that he would never get a cent for of one lady took her from tin services w iih the additional privilege waj' but uttered a wild cry for "my chilil" Boone'b career and the trouble of other trades trom medium to good leaf an ty rounds, one for the woild's chamion-shia step. school; but it is believed the wit. ireely taken from $10 to 15. There isn and swooned awav, support by Mr. beaters with the Indians. His father filling hii own prescriptions from his Fencing, gruCbiug, jepairing and talk survive, the shock, much to the Mirprif Allan and the nurse. I hold (le child would call him out of the cabin after saddle hags. But that same gentle aftrengthening in value for full bodied of plowing, are now America is surely closed to the big going on m thtscoiu-muuit- y. of the good lady. was ever ready withred types from good lugs to common am lighters for a champion-hi- p contest to a with one arm and with the other I drag midnight sometimes anJ say "Web" firmative response Spring is coming, isn't it? out reagrd to station. Then it would lie itedium leaf; such goods as sell from $5 finish, for years at leit for afiei the ged the wooden settee from the porch to don't you think it Would be well to lei DU. HUXTKK'S lllllt AW Ah. The saw uiilf operated b M r. A. Broad-du- s, wae Weekly toier-Jom- al to ?!). Thin common grades deficient ii. trouble at Jacksonville and Stuart's a safe distance in the yard, to which she them negroes go 'o sleep so tlnsy can do my turn to get his horse while he BRIDGEFORD'S has been a great blessing to the and those were the times hia olor and damaged bv house burn, frobt trouble, no one will take" the chances of was half dragged, half lilted I plaied their work tomurrow ? He would say dressing, Dr. Godfrey Hunter. Republican cauand are people of this vicinity, and many will big financial lo-- s. baby in her lap which had the effect 'All right, sir," and go on to the house voice lost its sweetness to me, when it r freeze, show no improvement At this time and un- the cus nominee for United States 'Senator jelling very Ion without relief in Eight. regret to see it taken away soon. Almosi Absolutely Free called me from my warm bed on such a of restoring her to conscioiisiie-s- . I with his father. .. der the ciiciiinstances h running RAfG has finally tired oftlie 'handles.', situatim. ISright low grades in good winter condi every farmer about here nas hail legs such a task. As I We dictised his coming marriage night to perform of the ring and its ch unpions is interest- placed a sheepskin under her fuel and a in the deadlock Legislature, and with tion remain very lirm. sawed into lumber for building or re-- :$$$ss$sss$sss$ss5i-2. SEE THEM' ing. The first champion ot tecoid was saddle blanket about her shoulders, as with forebodings to our nightly enter went i the stable with lantern in hand drawn. He discovered that no amouni The following quotations fairly repre- pairing floors, kitchens, staides, hen Figg, champion of England in 1710. their lives and night clothes were all tHinments and expected him to curtail through the rain I lid not wish the sick EXAMINE T of time or any tine scheme that he 1 sent our market forbuiley tobacco 1S95 lKuse, smokehouses, yard and garden Figg's prowess still lives. Like later that we saved. The blanket and sheep- his attendance, but we did not expect any bail luck, but. I thought and bo ex Pl'RCH would break tlie deadlock, ill crop: fences, etc. belonged to Mr. Allan's saddle and such an abrupt and complete discontinu- pressed it to the horse that how much champions he quit the ring for the stage, skin became convinced that some Republic-can- s, Trash (dark or damaged )S 75 to 1 50 Mr. Harvey Chenault sold recently to mil in bis later days ran and.. was hanging on the porch. By this ance of his visits to our quarters, but better it would be if people would only ..The Weekly Courier-Journa theater in like some Democrats, have head ar or U IX) to 4 00 ttie Vvaco milleib about 200 cords of woou ommon colory trash Fighting had i tulips and downs tune I discovered I had ou nothing bat that dtcoiuiii which he incll lated was consider and get sick in the day time as valimtb, even harder, and that Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 6 (X, from his woods laud about 2 miles trom lindon. hard .....The Climax .... s Mid for some other Doctor. night clothes and rushed back to in never diminished and trsces of it may be throughout England ai limes ihe (ightei my Ihov wil! have their own way if it break Both one yearjfor $1.50 to be coxtixukd 'ommon lugs not co'ory 2 00 to 4 00 neie. Wood sold for $1 per cord and he being worshiped as a her-- t an I ; giin be ro in for more clothing and found every seen in the children of thosu men to day. the iwrty hdf in two. He rexIveiluMii 4 50 to 7 0(. is paying 50 cts per cord foi cutting. Our lespect for him was so prof-jiiuoinnioii colory lugs that ing bitterly prosecuted. It i not until thing in flames. I returned to the shivLE.... ,.,.THK REGULAR PRICE FOR THIS PIPER out of tli. tledium to gool col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 a wise course aim CH XUEJ AGAINST IT. The hoise-killi- ng mentioned in these lbOO that there was a world's champion, ering group and the tableaux we made nothing like insubordination' resulted AVe have, made a special contract with way. Mr. Blackburn shouM ' like Larry Where is that Coliseum Build glare of the devouring Irum anything he ever said on id among 'ommon to medium leaf 5 00 to S 00 uius a few dajs smce was done about a that being the dale of the memorable in that that greatest Democratic paper published, wise. Than ! not now ami neer s (limes was one never to be forgotten. Us and while no friction ever came from in', I dinno? 8 00 to 15 00 mouth ago. borne uukuowu person Medium to good leaf Heenan-Saye- r ed contest. which we near the Weekly Courier-Journa- l, been any hope of an election down in Hyde Pa-rfThe so Mike It's .iood to til. e leaf 15 00 to 18 00 ttie stable of Mr. Win. Wells at The first ring battle in America toot Fourslept in the main house, Mr. and his new attitude they did not take kindly th' otild Wnrruld's Fair gjounds. are enabled to furnish it flaoxSTr:-x27 sion nearly g.me. Nothing has been 18 00 to 22 00 night and bhot a mare belonging to nun place in 1810, between Jacob elect nrappeiy leaf llyeniini .Mrs Allan, infant daughter Barbara and to his new tactics, but he diterinined for one year to subscribers done. harry An' th' aint s'loon in a moile Theaboxe quotations are not applica in the hip. The ball, btriking a bone, with an understanding by ourselves that houias Beaslej. The first b title for the the nurse, all escaped. they'll niver hould a of The Climax who will pay the reguSince Dr. Hunter's withdrawal, Hon le to green or frosted crops. It was a cold starlight mor. ing before he should never have cause toiegret any av it! rangiug into the bowels; auu atier leu championship of America took-pl.iai convention there, me lad! lar price, 51.50, one year in advance, The Curtii F. Human) harbcen a prime fn day. 'there shivering, and be- kindness he had ever shown us. The Dimmicratic suffering for two or linee. oajc tin tuck Point, Md., Feb. 7. 1840, for 10, published at Weekly Courier-Journal- , vorite. receiving a majority qf Repaid -Chicago Tribune. animal uied Two other lioises naa ugin 00U a side aud the championship 01 held ihe place where we hut ten niin rcMj'ution was kept in good faith ca vots. Senator Bennett and Audito) Kv Henry Watterson, Eignor ami he never showed any further dispo-.siiio- n DYNAMITE IX A BARBEL OF LIME Louisvtlle, rtoumis, one through the mi ana im America, between Tom liver and Yan tites before Flumbered in blis-ftone have been much complimented. ditorin addition to all political news, to counteract anything vrhich he other in ihe body thought io be uunei kee Sullivan, liver Won in 10 rounds, ance of our approaching danger, was As the Republicans grow stronger the publishes the best Stories, best Miscelholes. A bullet hole was suto lotiuil k. listing 17 minutes and;lS seconds In now a seething hell, and every It ing wt hail taught us. He was the sixth one to Wednesday afternoon while" Eddie became h"s united in their efforts and af. Youth's Department, best of Uie timber of a stall occupieu uy a noise IS53 the second American championshiu had was burning. We saved ahyilntcW uie, his son and wife stirviv ng him. Duncan, "Tib. Mills and a boy named lany, best subscription ter a tiniu.w hen too late, they ill discoi . Caleast. T SOLO IN nothing but that which we had ou when L)r. bulney S. Allan whose hanitsome Moss were slacking almrrelof lime there everything. The regu'.ar belonging to Mr. isam lrihbie. Nocieu mule look place, on October 12, at Bo er. as the Democrats have done, that in price is 1 a year. Ben Price is well again. we ran for our lives fo iu and feature, gentle and inunly was a sudden and unexpected explosion can be had, but buspicion lests on a ne Four Comers, N. Y., when John RICHMOND, union there e strength. It was four o'clock when the gun fired heaiing has not yet Jaded from the niein-ot- y in tlfi barrel w hich scattered lime and YcU Will Warvt Two Mrs. Nancy Cobb is much improved in gro named Ciaj, who was uieu .ilorrissey defeated Yankey Sullivan in graud jury for the buruitigot liioukstuwn 'M rounds. Five vears later, or to be ex- at the head of tnv bed and as well as I of the Winchester people who knew w hitewash all over the face of the oa rth Pros-idortti- al ealtli. CUBAN 0UKSTIUX Papors During could gnesH it was within three minutes him long and weil as a phvsiciau and thereabouts and pretty well plastered the school liuuse, but was releused Anuiil act, 11 October 20, 1858, Morrissey d Mr. D.I.. Cobb and wife, of Cynthiana, yhrisimas this negro solu a turkev to a j'eated John C. Ileenan for $5,000 am of that time Hie main limine fed in to citizen. I cannot tell them anything boys. Duncan got a great ileal of lime Spain is greatly wrought up over the are visiting his old home here. Sample copies of .The Weekly Courier-Tnnrn-- it irauesinau-- . Mr. Wells, saw Hie luikey the championship at Long Piint, Can., the ground fl ior, so the reader can see about that part of his life, buta leference in hU eyes and has sulfered considerably action of Congress in recognizing the Mr. Isaac Smith and Miss Mary White C.n . Kv. All sub- lii the possession of the tradesman in in 11 rounds, lasting 21 minutes. Ciilrtm Insurgents. It w II wnai nine x nan io worK ior uie ones to his home life might be given n a few from the effects of it. It was found upon The V. S. Consulate were married y. March 3rd. scriptions under this special offer must wiirds and. might interest soaiebcdy. investigation that a dynamite cartridge itichmond aud proved it to ue his (Mi. thus be seen that as in later days chain-shi- p that slept. at Barcelona was attacked by a mob and J When tho tire ceased for want of fuel Beautiful in person and character, gentle hail by some means gotten into tho bar- be sent through The Climax. Wells's.) It is thought the horses Wen at Madrid processions marched through battles weie not always between COURIER-JOURXALit wa-- daylight and cold, we took refuge in manner and speech, the Alia is were rel of lime anJ that the heatfrom it ex- WEEKLY shot for spite. The negro now occupiea the street with banners hampions. FREE! J -.- ABSOLUTELY legiousuiiknowu. "Down with Yankees." It was on April 17. 1800, that the first in a log cabin nearby w here the cook all good people, but he was the best. I ploded the cap. Danville Advocate. A call for 0 Delayed. lived. Here we realised that iorrow more soldiers has been made, and world's championship was de'pied at Merrett Martin, of Iexingtnn, was on HROOMSEDGE DISTRICT. every available ship has been ordered tho ridge last week a couple of days. Farnsboroiigh, Eng., between John C might have taken a torni more wild but Miss Angeline Cain and Mr. J. M for the 'vcare-crogun." In answer read for service. But the Spaniards rSMlSiJaVrarsJlafrtE The exodus has begun Numbers of Clitl weie married at the home of the Ileenan of America and Tom Sayres, of .Mr. Allan's question as to how I to qa di nae not entirely lost their heads. The young men leaving for the west. Win bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W m. Cain, England. Morrissev, the real champion coveied the Ihe. I said from the fact of govermont hasaheady ajmlogized to the is it, farmers and capitalists that our hist Wednesday evening. They will re-s- of America, had 111 the meantime lor being alone last night bwasa little s. United Slates for the mob's attack on the young men. the stamina of the country aken the ring for gambling and subsewith Mr. Kit Tajior, wnye wile so I loaded the gun and placed it Itan-elonLquently for Congress. This buttle re consulate. must seek their fortiincsaniongst rangers? dietl recently. The national House readily adopted Why don't sulted 111 a draw after 42 rounds, lasting in easv reach near the iiead of pit bed. loose vour griping hold Miss Jessie Bush daughter of Mi 2 lioutsainl 20 minutes, the Senate's Cuban belligerency resolu-tieu- . on the thousands you possess, and start Ileenan being As the fire came through the kitchen the Robt Bush has just returned from a disgracefully treated. During Ileeuau's gnu got hot and was discharged, the re Gov. McCreary made a strong some enterprise that would give employmouth's visit among friends iu lajAuig-to- u. absence abroad, on May 5, IS03, Joe Co port waking me up, ami now 1 believe speech in favor of tiie resolution. ment to the hundreds that are going to Cubans in New York and elsewhere help enrich the vast domain of the west? Mini won the American championship that if the gun had been fired one mill from Mike McCool in 07 rounds at ute later neither you nor I would ever about the United States aie overjoyed. Brutus Tudor after a most pleasant visCharlestow 11. Md. That same v ear Ilee- nave got out, for you w ere not out a half i:mn should at once recognize Cuban it of two months to his parents and independence and thus stop the war. nan met defeatin 24 rouiidsbvTom King minute when the roof feli in. "Well friends here leturned lat Thursday to done lor you '" Well done for yon !" he Cuba of right ought to be free. William Cates, of this place, while get- at Wnrdhurst, Eng. Dewitt county III. On Tuesday night exclaimed with his hand upon my ting woad near his house, got his head It was net until May 10. 1870, that Goverment officials at New York sus before his departure Mr. and Mrs. Tudor pected the steamer Bermuda of being gave crushed by a tree falling 011 him, instantthere was another world's championship shoulder. "It is to God. and the gun a party at which thev delightfullv I said in reply, engaged by a filibustering expedition ly killing him. He will be buried to- battle, when Jem Mace defeated Tom that we owe our live-?.entertained from early eve till morning lie turned to his wife aud said, "I can Orlean--- , day. He leaves a wife and one daughter Allen, at Gennerville, near New and detained it, arresting alfon board, difwn. 7tiJa also taking charge of the large qnatititv and three grandchildren at home. He in 10 rounds, lasting 44 minutes. Nov. see how it might have been worse and An elegant candy pulling wasgiven,by was about 05 years old and a hard worker, 30,1871,Jetn Mace fought a draw with we have much to be thankful for." of arms and ammunition. The oiheers Mr. Nicholas Winn was our nearest should not be so particular. A dark Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hayden Wednes and since many wicked days we hear Joe Cohurn at Hay St. Lotus, Miss., the night whs sufficient excuse for not see- day evening. A delightful time giving that he had lately promised to live a bet battle lastit. g 12.rounds. On August 5, neighbor and friend, w ho came over and ing the ship depart- - If dealers in arms and piilliu. taffy reported. 1872, in a 10 toot ring, Mace defeated Joe invited us to nis house, but Mr. Allan ter life declined with thanks and we went to his John Stapy is feeding a nice bu'ich of and ammiiniticn have such supplies to Jno. F Hawkins, the active clerk in (uss in lx)iiiIon. Despite this defeat, father's where we spent the winter. sell and the Cubans want to buy, why heifers. Goss came back to America and posed as the btore of 11. D. Settle & Son, wjille In the meantime he liought another interfere in the transai tion. The Cubans SSSSSSSS5 Joe Jones brother of Tom our hustling trying to catch a pig, was downed by an champion, finally on. September 7, 1870, firm in Franklin county, near Frankfort, are our ueighlmrs and friends, and constable left for Illinois last Thursday. old sow- - that was 111 great sympathy for lighting Tom Allen in Kentucky, the Kv , which we occupied in the Spring should shut their official eyes w hen Lyman Million and Robert Whittaker for her young. After kicking and hoi litter, despite his defeat by Mace, posing aud remained for about three years and such little matters as the purchase of started for Illinois lering for borne time made his escape bv as a Champion. The battle h;sted 27 prospered, Monday. after which his health began (1 hour and 52 minutes,) Gross rounds amis are going on. Esq. E. C. Million held "a two days swift flight, with but few syirs. John is winning 011 a foul As will be seen, the to fail and w bile on a visit to his falher-iti-laweek- - with one day held over veiy apt, hereafter, to look forthe old &. G. Jackson, in Fayette comity, GEN. SPINNER WHO FIRST EM-- - court hut championship descended rather for this week. Several hundred people 60v when he goes to catch a pig. ue was taken ill and died. 1 was iith for when Paddy Ryan defeated PI.0YK1) WOMEN CLERICS IN Squire Maker, who has been very sick said to have been present. Several lawJoe Gross at Colliers Station, W. Va., him in his last moments. He was the THE TREASURY, TO HAVE for several days, is able to get about. yers from Richmond labored at the bar .Turn lSSn liu tln i'l.':..m,- - I'ourfh to lie.. I went to'W'iiichesU'ron here. E. C.'s increasing court calls for 11 A STATUE. The little boy of Jas. Baker, 'lommie. I Kln TjH baU,e,hiH.ed 87 lounds (1 horseback to notify the family o his affl court house as there is no place that will is improving since a very dangerous houi and 28 minutes.) Two years latei teath and Io have arrangements for the THIS accommodate the constituents, spell of sickness; also the two little John L. Sullivan defeated Ryan If any man deserves the gratitued of at Mt?s luneral made as "Friendsh'p" was the Y0D PAY FOR OTHERS NOT SO GOOD daughters of W. II. Davis are improviug isjippi City. Miss., in 0 rounds (10 nfin-utainilv htirv ing ground. His sister, Mrs. S3frcJ i the 'nen" woman, jt is the man to Wary Ilotlston, who was in very bad fast after several day 6 illness with pneuand 30 seconds,) the battle, taking whom the sex is indebted forone of the monia fever. .lealth at the time, upon receipt of the "gJfiH place Feb 7,1882. greatest advantages which women enjoy Delayed. Jas. Asbury is improving after several 1887, when Sullivan, suffering from tews of her brother's death was taken In at tile present dav that of holdingoflice That last "north wester" will work undei Uncle Sam. When the first wo exceeding good to those who are tending davs suffering with his leg, caused by a broken aim, received in boxing Patsy ill and died within ten (lavs. She was sral varicose veins. Caidtll, at Minneapolis, refused to fight the fifth to die. She married John I'oyu man was put in the office of theTreasurer then sugar camps. llai Dr. O. F. Azbill. is the man thev are Jake Kilra'ie, the latter claimed the title Houston, of Spencer county, who becinie of the United States there were only R. D. Baldwin, of Winchester, made a the law partner of Jier father. She has all hunting for. He knows what to do forfeited to him. On December ID, 1887. twenty derks to do all the woik, and a flying visit home last week. Kilrain and Jem Smith, champion 01 an artist who could wield the chisel or when they are sick. batch of seven women was apoiiited. , ' ' ' T '" f I r """' Regular monthly services were con" " England, fought forthe title at Isle dr the brush, a literary genius of rare" atNow there aw six thousand women at . ' i ,m i id IT.. fcili. f !. '' ' ill. LJ bm ducted at the church here Saturday and tainments, aii expert in artistic netjdle Souverains, Hiver .Seine, France. The woik for the Government and the numlYallncetoif. Sunday last. battle was declared a draw after 100 work, among the specimens of which ber is yearly increasing. Mr. and Mrs. fcd. Davis are happy in rounds (2 hours and 30 minutes) on ac were a silk quilt woiked in its center In 1SU2 all the available men were Jack Stephens gave a birthday dinner Siilliv-Mi-i A beautiful line, Splendid Values, at fa Have Received Our ISpring Woolens, Suitings, Trousers nd Overcoats. iieedpd in the volunteer nrmy. This the realization of a new blessing a boy. Saturday. Good crowd and plenty to count of darkness. never rec with a good likeness of Henry Cllay , who have ice 'ognized the forfeit, and on March 10 taken from one of her own printing of houses were eat. ws the reason for the appointment f Those of .Mr. Chys's sitting. The quilt wxs lie the women in the vaiiiuis departments glad the gi 011 in I hog did work somewhat Win. Martin will start to New man, III., 18SS, fought a draw near ( hautilly signal for exhibition at the Bouritou 'BBMS1B France, with Charley Mitchell, the hat-ti- e at Washington. The then United Suites in opposition to the factories last week. in about two weeks. Couuty Fair, wiieie it took the blue lasted 3 hours and 11 minutes. - Treasurer, Gen. Francis 11 .pinner, one It is said that a negro's eyelids froze Died, on the 23d tilt.. Win. Cook, aged over many worthy coinpettitirs. Sullivan then set after Kilixin and lln day went into the room where men were together last week while he was batting aboat 40 years. He leaves a wife and pair met nt Kichbu'g, Miss., Julv Bourbon wai toe pioneer-i- n county filiis S, 1880 engaged in cutting the "greenbacks." them. seven children. Theieuiains. were car Sul ivan winning in 75 intiuds, (2 bonis, m Keuiuckj and enjoyed that litit.ctioji which first made their appearance under Dr. Williams of Red House with effi ried to Scaffold CatieTTor burial. lti minutes and 23 seconds. ) -- This ws many years before other counties in tjhe the financial policy of Chase Huge cient aid performed a delicate operation One day last week, while Wesley the last championship decided under jjtale took it up. shears were used and the labor, which for Mrs. M. F. Richards recently. She Dr Daniel Webster Allan, the youngLambert was working n a church house London nug rules, that is, on the turf, , wis simply the clipping of the paper, is doing well. a few miles south of here, a young man witlrjjaie knuckles. On September 7, est son, was handsome, sedate and vtjty was such that Gen Spinne- - remarked M F. Richards has shipped his crop of (his name is not known) went Io Ijiid-be- rts He was fond of his dog ajid 1802 James J Corh.-t- t defeated Sullivan, taslidious. that there was no reason why some wo tobacco house ard told his wife that ''Wes" lit 21 rouiids.tiueeosberry- - rules, before g(m and had several hunting companto the Louisville market. ui-'should not tie employed to assist in Many friends of Miss Jeauie Feland had cut his foot off and wanted her to the Olympic Club, of New Orleans. On ions among the coloied men of the fa to a work that was daily increasing in size come before it bled him to death. She January 25, '04, Corbett defeated Chailie ily of whom be was very lond and sjapt Gen. Spinner died abou live vearsago. feel to congratulate her on her acquisis tion whilst they lose her as a teacher. hurried off quick as possible. When she Mitchell at Jackson ville,Fla in 3 sounds, much of his leisure, time, before g called, and In 1891 a reached the place there was nothing the last championship battle fought. On man ied) with theiu. Among them wej-- e what is now known as the General Spin Mifts Lelia Harris will probably be sewrong, so they began to smell a mouse. November 11. 1805, Corbett voluntarily Iit Smith the carpenter and my broth)'r ner Memorial Association wan organized cured to take her place for our spring Bob, the late Muckeitonian Club coolc. When they returned home their house resigned the title, and by defeat school. Its object was to erect some suitable and $15 in had been hrokeu open He sometimes went with us ou FitzsimmoiiH now claims the cbam monument to the man who had done so 'possum and coon hunts at night. Oijr money, a revolver and a pocket book ship. "much for the women, and the womeu in containing some valuable papers taken. wood. route was through the woods, of the lae, COliBETT STILL "UOWLIXG." . the Government employ are exjiected Dr. Hood, Washington Miller, ColUy Mrs. Mattie Benton, while crossing on has-sen- t show their gratitude by contributing James J. Corbett to the foilovviug Qmsenberry anil return by Samuel Tayj the ice, last week, fell and was badly to Robert Fiizsimmnns: :; to the work. . 1 m. & lorrs- - Whenever the dogs treed . The statue has been modeh-- and cast " When,! retired f nun Ihe ring U was would insist upon having a song whi N L WS . Miss Elizabeth Butler has irane to Lex- ami is now in the Washington istndio of with the distinct understanding that jf DON'T THINK OF BU11NG UNTIL YOU SJSE OUR GOODS AND PRICES.... vVonld lead as follows. He would lin1 ) . the championship was w On by a foreigner "be ........ wu -- the sculptor, Mr. Elliott, the'i-reato- r ofj lllfrtfcirt tn Visit rullltil'Ml nnt friutitla .,.uuo. e it out and pitch it aud 'all the voice Uie'statueto Gen. Hancock which is John Robinson sold to Todd Brothers should reclaim it. I hereby reclaim I sing befote vv felled the, tree. S&i !5SSSSSS& CHAMPIONS OF THE PRIZE RING. I MU -to le erected in the fall. The figure is of twelve hogs at 4.25 per hundred. the title, and as you also claim it, wish .'?' v old gum tree, "t omj to the and represent the General in a to direct your attention tt the fact that I TTt Whtic the coon and 'poHSiuii.pi ance, TBJBI simple but dignified attitude, with a W'orld's heavyvv eight It). have deposited 000 with Will J. Dayis, Come all ye darkies and see, large "cloak throw u around lii$ ample t. , Vor!d'sniiddIe.w eight Robert fitz- - of Chicago, for a niHtc'Ii with "you. An jnie our joyful dance. B. E Covington, of Hcssamiue county, sinimoiis. . shoulders. . PieaM rover it at once- - itnfl by so doing-- . The coon is just abovo. The stat ue and pedestal will cost about is visiting relatives here. McAujiffe. show ) on are not again avoiding a jlglit World's liglitweight-Ja- ek His meat is in the tVe t;, $5;DO0. An- - effort lias been made to George Dix- with Worlds' fsatheryveight did at Hot Springs. I We knowtlirit hejIon't'love'riH, "Brother Caldwell preached an interest-'- ) jg i secures site in front pf the Treasury lug sermon 011 foreign mission at Speed- on.. - Hut fond of him are we. will gladly ineft jon liefo. tf any reputable' building, on the north side, and a bill well. Sunday. World bantamweight Pedlar Palw-e- club in this country or any othr that! We had a full chord cf goorvfiiee$ permission passed the Senate can guarantee a fiVtlr meeting Iet w een aitl we made tho ivooda rint. was jiigfjou-holeMiss Elizabeth Flagler, a daughter ot in the House. Anierican lieavv weight James J. lis Joras much money as you can rai.e or oyer, now forthe game. if theUee. was general Flagler, Chief of Ordnance, IT Corbett. " SI "7 fiT a purse alone, in any reasonable imi t5o large and not too close to stjlne- 4 .. . rtrsT, .. . n t "mm. Yf'KI the colored boy, taet Shorthorn bulls uie in greater deiHud " RiHidteweiiifot Robert Fitzs liinp." Now. let us liav ri tnekiBg'ajd body's liouse, we vdn)tlj fellj ty"d ! Amwtcaa. by Texas rauchmen this season Huh fc.r ' u aimer, while .afaNriitig fruit from the SiHJbBKW. w MiretCriilnatioiis or BWHfpr Ulk. give tfis dogi?a chance w tityc sime fuR , 2 riMto) II IT It 111 TWfMl --III! 1 I ... your ',-- 3CWMfc 1 t Mnu ...v. I'- - c - 1 WHfl hCOOfl.Wtjf- a rewqm vwmm? ifmm j, wuwyRyafi .lAMCh J;;GiKFlT, toeitwirwsfcoo; r"" 13 . mm. jp . j r j t.1 M 7' 14 r. owfaar 1e.,.HI wer TtH W. nxun offF iprease3 TwtiM R i 1 U ar. f: 53 i . . 2 f J. i ". " u if ' J -y. lisperiments made last year by the cattle breeders of Louisiana and Mississippi with refuse molasses show that a small ration mixed with the other feeds causes a rapid nud very profitable in- pouring in dily and our American lightweight Jack McAu.-dffmerchants are happy. American featherweight George-DixRemember there will be preaching at the new- - church Suuday at 11 o'clock. Aiuuiicun bantiiinweigiit Jimmy Bar- Mr. H. R Smith will probably be a millionaire (million-heir.English heavyweight Peler Jackson. J as. Higgins, one of the petrolem meu, English middleweight-?- .! im Hall. left for borne in New Vork last week. English wnlterw eight Dick Burge. Quite a number worshiped Teisichore, English feat herweght Bill Baxter. at Mr. J. B. Wize's last Friday night-M- r. English BaiitaiKw eight Pedlar PalmJesse Broaddus and family, of Es- er. till, have moved to his farm here. Australian heavyweight Peter JackDr. Johnson has bought a lot and will son. Australian middleweight Dan build on it soon. Rice Harris, is now building on a lot Australian witlle.rw eight Tom recently purchased. So goes Panola' fies-Teom-. A KENTUCKY EAM1P.Y. RECOLLECTIONS OP AN EXCLAVE. f Wincheoter Democratj ) -- coxtinubdJ The room wa$ thick with sipoUe and lire pressing in. I could setj nothing and hold my. breath, meanwhile leeling around for the door. Everything 1 Uie gun. He was engaged foi Miss Hettio Taylor who married Mr. ThuiasGibson. of Oldham county, and he uulrried Miss Cora Burcli of Missouri. Of Jiis wiion a son was born a.nd named IJhiltou to whose lot it has fallen to close; Urn career City. W'il-fiam- 1 ay er of Ui is remarkable, family, lt'vas Dauiel Webster's habit to inteifere when col ored folks I.ad trouble with liis mother or father and get them oir the best he could. His mother often sa,d "Web" had ever.v negro on the plcco )o spoiled that she could do nothing with them. But when he married he assumed another role He grew stem aud exacting and endeavored to maintain his father's rigid discipline, but it did not work smooth, tie could uot discipline the men whom he had first traiultd tor his association and to whom he had read an i ioui so many beautiful Uories by tli it old fashioned wrought ran lump . i.ich suuiig by a sjuke that was stucii iu rile wail, as be u?ediocallit in rhyme. i Blood means sound heilth. "With pure, rich, healthy blood, the stomach and digestive organs will be vigorous, and there tneumaam ana will be no dyspepsia. Neuralgia willbe unknown. Scrofula and gait Mneum wiu uisappesx. "With pure Pure Money! Money! Money! S WHAT WE WANT- US I1TTISE ST 03E 0? WINTIE DRY GOODS, CLOTH?.!:-HATS, AT HALF PETE. -- s Blood Men's Suits at Half Price. Boys Suits at Half Price Men's Shoes at 75 cents, worth m Ladies snoes at 0 cents, Worth ,m Hood's SarsapariUa Everything In The Store Must Be S Make Rcom For SPRING GOODS r d w u, Don't buy any where until you spp()r;i prices. WE will save you FIFTY CENT on every DOLLE. Maher-Fiizsimmoi- Mai-cellt- is ol. co-ite- p. irassm FOR al McKee Corner. 1 1 ECONOMIST conl-devi- ut d h.-.- en-lei- i- - -- -- Be-go- bs, fsee ce ul llIirj!' liy-u.- i. 1 Yai. ti Tso t VD to-da- t'tt Newbv. unit 25,-00- inJlrMp(lpJs3 ffl rfilnilflpJlff Pfelafgg.'iiS u'e ner-you- a THINGS RECEIV M. Tit Big Hill HATS SHAPE C. & YOUMAN'S, BOTH STIFF AND SOFT. SPECIALS, w 151 MANHATTAN SHIRTS... 1 Pi White and Colored. They Have Special Features, Select Styles. Then- ars THEBE'STSHIRTinAmerica, Cost Younomorethan Brookstown. ttt es HiBpi Piliipll I illliti lllit ' ttt ' . r .'''' J n-- cib-Iki- ii mm In all Lines for ! OF NEW GOODS AND IT WILL BE TO TOUR INTEREST TO-SEEOORLISE" ASSORTMENT Men's and Boy's Wear we will show a Large and Complete o, he-wp- mass-meetin- w-i- 6 iug-Ma-l- ier Port Ttt or jam $&Js5SSSS5SS&-5$SS5iSSSS&SSSS5SS- ... brUKllNu ..... AND WR WILL TAKE 1 PLEASURE IN SHOWING,, YOU THROUGH.... -- 1 4 SB e5S??SK?? lir-mz- e Panola. $, -- u.. Pi il. Mill! COVINGTOH 1 MITCHELL ine-as-jo- u -- 1. m TAILORS AND GLO' HIERS 5pJ W d k'"' - SIC CMIiqiNr soiEKEEEn: -- "KxesnonsnD, ES:. U Iruunl'l eftu9 v' ,. mmm Joa -- i-- v4 -- C ''& HO T& V k t- - v HARRISON ON CIVILE ERVICE RE- G00DE ASSIGNMENT. ftl Taken in Time If you eat what yon 'ike, and digest it, Taylcr Brothers is the place to get as j FORM. fcL Son, has returned from the cities and Martha Presley, DF.RQnWfll Cx Hood's Sarsaparilla has achieved great you will surely be strong and healthy. w thing in the hardware lino at bottot died hut week. She H "T WEDNESDAY, - - MARCH. 4, 1806. The assets and liabilities of Messrs. asks .your perusal of ids ad. Spring dry ivas insured for $94 in the Sun Life HI success Rut if you don't digest it, you might prices. warding off 3-4Ins. In none of his papersupori ''This Coun- allowed in progress, sickness which, if as well not eat, for Geo. A. aud Sanford Good have been goods and no doubt about it. to what good can your would hate under Co., and paid iu only 70 cents, entitling rohhed at Waliacetoil. See House filed at the clerk's oflice. tt shows the try of Ours" has Harrison food do you if it doesn'tnonrish yon 7 her estate to $31.33. Had been a memitems. Miss Nora Francis, of Richmond, lot't indebtedness of both to be if33,047, and delivered himself with such vehemence named the whole system and fciven disThe Kitten Was Remembered: ease a strong foothold to cause mnch If you find that you can't digest it, ber only seven weeks. Was adaughtcrof last week for Washington, D. C, where their assets $21,810; furtljeruiore Mr. and emphasis as he has in Uie one iu the suffering and even Miss Kannio Harciiurt continues A ladv on the "Summit" gave adining David Tribble, deceased, the threatened death. there is a simple help for your stomach. deaoldest she will remain several weeks. Home Journal, "The Hood's Sarsaparilla Geoigo Goode states in tha ody of the March dangerously sirk. She had a. large freezer of ice cream. con ia the Baptist church. It is Shakers DfeeMive Cordial, made has done all this and s President's Duties. ' Besiiles commend even more. assignment that he will claiih all the Mi. A. A. Curtis, of Huntington, W. When the guests had retired fiom the" It has been taken in thou- by the Shakers of Mount Lebanon. It Madison County Fiscal Court meets one under such circumstances. ing one of Mr. Cleveland's lets, and cen sands of cases which were thought to be ha3 never failed to Improving. Va., dropped into town last week with a dining room, the children and servants cure the worst case of the first Tuesday in May. estate with the cost ot Hie assignee suring Ambassadors for makiug political incurable.and afterafairtrial has effected indigestion. The If you want groceries. Rev. Jonn G. Feeisableto beupagain. dull thud. came next for a heaping saucer of as nice Toni Wells colored, is in jail at cream as you ever in settling up the business, vfill not iu all speeches, he talks of Presideiitialjappotnt-ment- s wonderful If you want novelties. Strength and health come from the bringing cures, health, 'witnesstd," and at Ernest Dodge is yet sick, but improving. Judge James M. Benton, of Winches in a mostlfeeling and an almost probability pay over 30 or 3a cts on the Winchester for hnrglarv. If you want a Bicycle. least a gallon remained in the freezer. There is not now, nor has there been, any ter, struck Richmond strength and joy to the afflicted. An- food you eat, after it has been digested last week. dollar. The following is" a list of those pathetic way. Upon the (atter.theme, other important point about Hood's Sar- and gone Or, if your bike needs repair, go to Buchanan & Biirgeivtah" sold eigh- The little boy of the house noticed that typhoid fever at BeTea, but what Dr into the blood. Mr. Green Berry Bright and Mr. from whom the Messrs. Goode had bor- in giving endorsement to Civil Service saparilla is that its cures Lusk terms, so we bear, pneumonia fever. Waller & Nelsox, his kitten had not had a saucer of cream. The best tonic is digested food. The are permanent, teen coffins during Fehruary. Reform, be says; "In spite of all the 204 East Main St because they start from the solid founda- best aid to digestion, Shaker Digestive So he gathered up'the little pet, raised There were two deaths, about two weeks Samuel Menif e, of Stanford, spent Sun- rowed largeamounts: Nolaud, Wihnore difficulties that beset the qt.estion of reCollector Kotleh's receipts ol internal I & Sears, $7,30S; First National Bank, 1, J5""Agents wanted" tion of purified, v'talized and enriched Cordial. the liri of the fieezeV chucked the kitten ago both young ladies, one iu Berea and day at T. E. Baldwin's. revenue for February were $00 000. 200; Farmer's Exchange Bi.nk, S4.4U2 movals and appointments it must be con blood. But it .is not what we &av but one in the country. Col. and Mrs. Caperton gave a dia into Uie cream, let the the lid down and ban you have acid eructations n,,- ceded that much progress in the direcMrs. J) M. Chenault Tins alarmingly said "now help yourtelf." An hour what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells sea, headache, wiud, dizziness, offensive ner the 27th to Misses Baldwin and vis- - Mr. J. S. Bronangb and .Miss Mary tion of a An Old Citizen Dead. betterment of the services has the story. Bronaugb, $1,000 each; Mrs. Mary Feck, ill, the past week, but ts now "better. tor, MissMcRoberta of Stanford. uream or:mvothorin-tnntnm.w.- i later the-kitt- en was rescued in the form Jack Brown diedr Monday, arid vas Nealton, $1,770; Mrs. Mary Neal, Neal been made. The Civil Service Rules .. . sia, Shakers TV jrauve .? of an icicle. A boiler explosion at Frankfort, W. Va., coruial will cure Prof. JrB Harris has resumed teachMr. Arthur Farguharson, of Indianap ton, $0,130; Mr. William Stone, Brannon, have removed a large number of minor buried yebterday. He was a native of you. ing at the Rlythe brick school house. England, but had lived in Richmond olis.is spending a week with his friend, holds a lien note for $I,50P, which makes offices in the departments at Washing- killed five persons and wounded many Jlore Cavalry Horses. At druggists Trial bottle 10 cents. nearly all his life. He was a 'brother of S, W. Tudor, near Lake Reba. Mr Far- him secure; Clark County National ton, aud iu the postal and other services, others. CapL J. B. Aleshire, of St. Louis, has Mattie Chewnlt is 'doinn" the Mrs. Solomon Smith, recently deceased. guharson is connected with the Bin Bank, $400 1 Ninth Street Warehouse, from the scramble of politics, and have Judge William R. Smith, native of Sheriff A. D. Pence, of Nelson county, general delivery window at the post leen in Uanville this week receiving an- He conducted a factory iu Richmond, Four management. Louisville, $900; Second National Bank given the President, the Cabinet officers Ru6sellvillej Ky., three times in Congress is dead, after having been in office as other ooiibiguuieiitof cavalry horses from office. - fr Bevzetta 2:0Of at . Oxlixe 2KM IT near half a century ago. and had a cfjru Exchange nnd the Members cf Congress great re from Alabama, also in the Confederate Sheriff or deputy for thirty years. Mr. S. W- -. Tudor spent last week iu Lexington, $500; National Reuben Ageeiliedsuhlenlv,athrenk-faf- t, Lyte Hudson. This time he received mill attached, the first lief; but it still remains'.truf that in the Congress, died in Washington, Wednes 4 Years Old II- - E. Iigh, ever in the town. .4 Yfars Ojd Bank, Lexington, $400; John Y. Brown, aged 17 years, of Owen Friday, near Xewby, aged about 70 twenty eight head. Of these sixteen He had not been in business for a long Jessamine county. Lexington, $820; T. M. Bair, Kansas power of appointment tojoflhe the Presi- day, aged 81 years. county, died suddenly in his room at head will go to Fort Reno, and eleven Mr. A. D. Flora left yesterday for vears. time. He leaves a son Edwin Brown, City, Mo, $1,000. Nicbolasville Jour-na!- . dent finds the most exacting, unrelentImproper and deficient care of he Centre College, Danville, one night last to Fort Still, in Oklahoma. Ho will , reCampbellsville, Taylor county, where he ing aud distracting of.his duties In the the painter. Captain D. L. Cook has h4d out his turn scalp will cause grayness of the hair and week, and it is belieyed he took an over about the-'O- th of March and receive will engage in the marble and monumennature of things he begins to make lMrtiwure (Store in Winchester. baldness. Escape both by the use of do6e of a patent medicine. Hood LVginning. another car load from Mr. Hudson. tal business. He and Mrs. Flora spent FLORIDA. the start, and has no way of that reliahle specific, Hall's Hair li. G. Cook, late projirwtor of Rich-iMe- ttd Capt. AleAhireand all the. other officials unThe first of three entertainments the winter in ilonda, but did not like it Sometimes the most careful women are escape it is fate; aud to.asentitive man Hotel. K. C. Popot, has removed are highly pleased with the stock they der the auspices of Madison Institute.. well enough to permanently locate there. FOrtlieClltiinx. the most careles3. Many a women buninvolves much distress of mind. His procure in Central Kentucky, and also took place at the court house, Saturday te Livingston. Do not wear impermeable and tight dles herself up. to keep out sickness Miss Emma Chenault, ot Richmond, This dialogue is said to liave taken only bupiKrtis goocopinion of compliment Mr. Hudson on the judg- evening, and was a rare treat. Edward has been visiting when she is neglecting the very worst those who chiefly care that the public fitting hats that constrict the blood-ve- s Cyrus ShilHet, Mexico, Mo., is an her sister, Miss Ida place. ment hedisplaysiu makiughis purchases Baxter Perry, of Boston, a blind musician, Chenault, of Jessamine sickness that can come to a woman i?he Representative of West Coast Hotel to business shall be well done, and are not sels of the scalp'. Use Hall's Hair other former Madison ihhii who can't do Institute . .Miss He has very few rejections. Since labt gave a piano recital. It was replete with Florrie Heath, who occasionally, and you will not be allows a slight disorder to become worse, BK without The Climax. has been the gilest a hesitating tourist "My dear sir, the disturbed by the consideration whether fall about 173 head of horses have been information relating to musical compo of to slowly sap her vitality. The little Mrs. J. B. Embry, has returned to her cold winds that prevail throughout oth this iiiau or that man is doing it; but he bald A number of farmers told us that bought iu the bluegrass to go- - into the sers, and disclosed the origin of many of home at Richmond other slight indications of Nicbolasville jour- er sections o Florida are providentially hears very little directly from this class. Rear Admiral Fyffe. U. S. N. retired, Pam and they plowed stubble land in January cavalry service- - Their price has aver- the master pieces. tempered for us by the proximity of the No President can conduct a successful died at Pierce, Nebraska, Wednesday, trouble seem to her unimportant. She nal. and February, which is unusual. aged about S140, and the total sum paid D B. Carter and family have removed warm gulf stream, which sweeps close administration without the support of aged G4, having seen 47 years of service goes on, with increasing suffering, until The Best. Simeon Turpin, near Red House, has outforthem by the government approxilife itself becomes a drag. Nervousness, in shore, just in front of our house." Congress, and this matter cf appoint on the ocean. to Lewisburg, Kansas, after a brief resiRalph Bingham's entertainment at the "sinking spells," digestive disturbances, a cut ninepenoe. found on his larm a mates about $25,000. Danville AdvoMr. Isaacs, as ho travels for the new ments, do what he will, often weakens dence in Richmond, and Mr. Carter will Samuel Edison, father of the great court house, Tuesday night, was the coin onre common herealKHits, but now cate. and fifty other complications may arise million dollar Hotel at Key West that support. It is for him always a sort electrician, died at Norwalk, engage with a large implement house. Ohio, W'ed- - from finest of the kind ever in Richmond. exceedingly rare. 'Mein frent, ve don't atfertise der fact of compromise between his ideal and the the derangement of the organs dis Family Kecollecliuns. Mrs. Prof. Batson, of Winchester, visinesday, aged 91 years. His touch in violin performance is tinctly feminine. Over thirty years ago, but so hellup me, ve boil coffee nndgridts best attainable thing." George 3rowu, a colored attache of the Miss Lelia daughter of Prof. J. B. delicate and his baud stroke ted friends here, last week. ' A crick in the back," a pain under the need for a reliable remedy forso-call-ein dot some gulf stream efery morning " Treasury Department at Washington, a brilliant. His dialect renditions are Han is, has received General E. C. Cabell, 40 years ago the shoulder-bladewater brash, bilioussee the the variety of "female complaints" was recognized It is aniusing-tHISTORICAL GROUND. and is teaching at Speed w ell a decided former slave of the Allan family, in matchless. He is a native of Richmond, published by those who pre- member of Congress from Florida, and ness, and constipation, are symptoms of by Dr. R. V. Pierce, then, as now, chief opinions Full brother to "Shadeland Onward" lienor for one to young. Clark county, baa written for the WinGeneral in the Confederate Army, died disordered stomach, kidneys, liver, and consulting physician to Va., a friend of Thomas Nelson Page and the World's DisJames Y. Kelley has sold to Ah Craig sume to know Florida. chester Democrat a series of interesting Polk Miller, but resides in Philadelphia. in St. Louis, Friday, aged SO. 2:18, (sire of Ontiae 2:04,) by Onward, bowels. For all ailments originating in pensary and Iuvalids' Hotel, at Buffalo, Tltonws R. Stacner. a prominent I .see a croaker sometimes and he is the town lot, iu Georgetown, on w hich a derangemeut of these organs, take $ Y. He prepared Dr. Pierce's Favor- 2:25 (sire of Beazetta, 2:06 and one farmer near Moberlj-- station, is confined articles, thelirstof which was reproduced is located a monument to the memery of going to the evil one if his tale is only Hot to b Trifiei A Creditable Publication. Ayer's Pills. ite Prescription, the te his bed, heiress from paralysis, and in last week's Climax, and ttie second, the late ex governor Joseph Desha. His 'true, and no one"c-- prevent it. Rather ef hundred and eighteen others in the 2:30 From Cincinnati Gazette. this week. Hon. Chilton Allan was a "Glimpses at London andjler People" wife aud a daughter is Hd to te grow ing worse. fective remedy that has ever been used list, fourteen of which are bettei he is like the Frenchman who fell ihto were buried close The city directory of Louisville shows than Will people never learn that a "cold" distinguished member of Congress. His is a pamphlet of considerabledimensions for such maladies. the river and exclaimed, "I will drown; 2:15. R. C. Stockton has gone to Chicago' son married a Jackson, who had numer- descriptive of the county seat of Laurel. by. At the time of the erection of this is an accident to be dreaded, and that the population to be 211,000. Send 21 rents in one-ceno one shall help me!" and then wonderstamps and and is cutting for Crenshaw & Co., one ous relatives in Madison county. A London is evidently a larger, finer and monument, the place (a beautiful loca ed why people did not help him. The when it occurs treatment should' be Consul James IL Mulligan, of Lexington, receive Dr. Pierce's 1008 Time Oxward's dam was Nettie Time, page "Common tion at the foot of the town) belonged to of tjte kirsre and fashionable merchant daughter of this couple was Miss Barbara more important town than it has credit promptly applied? There is nc knowing who ltas just returned from an 18 months Sense Medical (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:17, the Adviser," illustrated. the Desha family. Since then it has taxes are too high, officers too extrava tttHerig Innii-e- s of tlie ' Windy City." Allan, who used to visit Richmond, even for being. Among the leading men wheie the trnuble will end; and while service in Samoa, and did not wish to go changed owners several times, and re gant and the whole thing a bwindle. invincible campaigner through the grand General Joe Shelby, of Missouri, one Fine illustration of cathode ray pho- after she became the widow McFarland. pictured in this pamphlet is P. F. Still- - centlj Iibs been divided and sold off into htill he voted fur those officer, the legis complete recovery is the rule, the excep- back, has been transferred to Cape town, circuit in 1S92.) by Mambrino Time, thou- South Africa. of the best known tions are terribly frequent, and of Alter Mr. Allan s deatii n is widow mar- ings, son-i- u law of H. C. Broaddus, this town lota and a tography on fourth page of number of handsome lators who framed the laws, and the conthe West, agrees with G. A. R. Command- (full brother to Lady Stout),bvMambrino $100 Kewanl SI00. Cuxax, sltowiiig lones in hand, lot)es ried General John B. Huston, so well place. Another is Fred W. Pigg, for- residences have been erected on thesame. stitution authorizing the expenditures-- 1 sands upon thousands of fatal illnesses every year ushered in by a little er Walker that Confederate veterans Patcben. known here. The articles are remarka- merly of this place. Mr. Broaddus spent wrote to a man in Madison county occnr ih rat, ipe in cte, comb in box &c The burial spot has been encroached upThe readers of this paper will be pleas- should not join exposure and sjeiningly injudicious bly wehwritteu and contain much in- the past week in London, and is half inthe proposed union paron by buildings until the removal of the lust week to buy no land here till he She was the best brood mare oa record ed to learn that there is at least one A Cfrfnred loy, trifling symptoms. Beyond this, there ade of old soldiers in New York, wearing formation about people known to many clined to believe the town will sooner or came and saw it I don't want any dreaded disease that science has been at 14 years ofage,(thetimeofherdeath,i John W. IVirrisli's residence, last Wed- - of the Climax readers. In next week's later be as large as its great English monument nasueen made necessary. day countless invalids who can their gray uniforms and carrying confedFor years it has been inastateof ii"glect, more croakers than we have now The are to to cure in all its stages, and that is erate flags. iie?4HV, lmt was caught, the watch and chapter having five son3 in the 2:30 list, three of trace their complaints to "colds." which the late Col William H. Caper- - prototype. and gives many signs of the ravages of people of the North who are used to clay Halls Catarrh Cure is the onlv other articles recovered, and he is in ton am! other distinguished men are at the time of occurrence gave no con- Catarrh. Two robbers killed Cashier Dorsey. of them better than 2:18, two producing soils can't expect to understand this pe Time's destroying hand. positive cure known to the medical fraWhat a Contrast- jail and were therefore neglected. mentioned. The monument bears this inscription : culiar sandy loam. The best crops we cern, ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional the City National Bank of Wichita Falls, daughters and two more sobs to take re An old pioneer was in tha Journal office with a cold uso ChamSHmJay'fc Courier-Journ- al have is the northern tourist and we can't When troubled publislie disease, requires a constitutional treat- Texas, were driven away before they got cords. JOSEPH DESHA, Tuesday and says Col. Craddock of the Died In .MisMinri. Cough Remedy. It is prompt a Sk portrait awl nice sketch of Miss if they coaae here berlain's expect to keep them ment. Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- any money, and were pursued, caught Time Onward represeHts the popular Two ladies, former reside ts of Madi- Paris Keutnckian aud French Tipton of BORN, DECEMBER. 9, 17GS DIEP, OCTOI1KII and are disappointed Better the truth, and effectual. 25 and 50 cent bDttle for CJay, wlteni it styled "one of the nally, acting directly upon the blood and and banged. Wilkes Patrhpti tc1iu.Ii is mdihuII 11,1842. sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. son county, died iu Missouri, last week: the Richmond Climax, are of the same and abide the issue, than the highly coll prominent women iu the United mucous surfaces of the system, thereby The blue-bir- d is hailed as a harbinger to be the greatest mix tare of blood age, only French uses "Bloom of Youth," To his memory and in honor of his ored advertising literature of the railroad Mrs. Mary A. Park, widow of Joshua States." destroying the foundation of the disease ot Spring. It is also a reminder that a Eood'3ls "Wondtrful. yet produced. D. Paik.founerly of the Speedwell vicin- which the Colonel is too economical to public services this monument is erected and syndicate companies. One must get No less than wonderful are the cures and giving the patient strength by build blood-purifiis needed to prepare the The Richmond Post-offi- ce has been ity, died at Butler, Mo. on Thursday, buy. Both were bom in 1796 aud are over his grave, by order of the General This rich breeding with such speed rid of the jioetry, if the in- accomplished by Hood's Sarsaparilla, ing up the constitution and assisting na- system for the debilitating weather to neatly Postmaster Willis, February 27ih, in her 7Gth year. Buried well preserved for their ages. Nicbolas-vil- le Assembly of Kentucky. In 1824 he wasvelected Governor of tentions is farming . even aftr other preparations and physi- ture in doing its work. The proprietors come. Listen and you will hear the producing power and individuality as WilbydirectkiH of Postmaster-Gener- al Journal. in Kansas City. Her maiden name was The Florida scene from the hotels dif- cians' prescriptions have failed. The have so much faith in itscurative powers birds singing: "Take Ayer's Sarsapa-- 1 Time Onward possesses, will surely ge son, warns all persons against defacing Taylor, On the contrary editor McCarty, of the Kentucky. At the expiration of his of and she was related to the Phelps fice he withdrew from public life and re fers much from the Florida with whidi reason, how ever, is simple- - When the that they offer One Hundred Dollars for rilla in March, April, May. the walk; trotters of the highest type. family. Her daughter married hercous-in- , Journal, is so youthful- iu appearance mained in the farmer has to do. The land is not so blood is enriched and purified, disease any case that it fails to cure. Send for retirement until his death. that a schoolmarm, meeting him on the He is a beautiful brown horse, nearly Dr. M. A. Bogie, a prominent physi J D. and J. M. Reeves, of Clark Oxanna, Alabama, is to have a $50,000 fertile as we are told; and, indeed, it very disappears and good health returns, and list of testimonials. cowHly, formerly of Madison, were here cwn of Kansas City, formerly of .Madison. street, the other day, mistook him for Cheney & Co; Toledo Negro Girls' industrial School. sixteen hands high, with fine style and Address, F. J. DO SOMETHING. nature forestalls that. Yet it is not all I lood's Sarsaparilla is the one true blood Monday, and like many other tliouizlit-fn- l Joshua Park was a biother of George W. a truant pupil, took him gently by the Ohio BSiJjold by Druggists, 75c. action, and can trot in 2:30 at any time- utterly worthless, a& some would have purifier. orwer citizens, subscribed for the Park, near speedwell, this county, and ear, led him off to her school room and Farmers, when you come to town give the world believe. "The glory ol FloriCatholics have bought the Governor Caf Will stand this season at $20 to (For Hie Climax.) Climax. uncle of Mrs. J. F. Wagers, this place. spanked him soundly with her gumshoe. da is its climate," says some one. Yet, Hood's Pills rre prompt and oftictent James F. Robinson home atGeorgotown, Taylor Brothers a call, and get prices on insure a living colt. Now Mrs- - McCartj and die school This is the great essential to succes-Mrs. Park had lived in Missouri about like the Irishman's horse, the physical and do not purge, pain or gripe- - 2oc. for $15,000, and will remove the Visita- plows, harrows and hardware, and you The Winchester Democrat says Mr. thirty years. A man must exercise a positive instead niarm don't speak as they pass by. well as exter requires some food, as tion Academy and Convent from White wont have to go any place else, for they H. Dawo Oldham is 78 yeais old, never of a negative influence if he would ac- life Col. Dick Morgan will present the sadMrs. Elizabeth Keller, widow of James will suit you. 3- 4ior treatment, and the intending im mi Hogs From The Extreme Northwest. Sulphur, to iL chew td tobacco, ltas not taken a drink complish any worthy object dle of his brother, Gen. John II. MorNegM. Keller, died at Liberty, Mo., on SunA fruitful source of supply for the Chi- ative influences are merely restraining; grant must not depend upon the climate gan, to the Confederate Museum at "Taylor Brothers is the place to get the in 50 years, nor missed a sermon at day, February 23d. Funeral by Elder 9mmiuulnnnjlIlnluvuinriJijmririnjijiju cago bog market is found in the States of positive forces alone are productive. alone. his church for fortv years. A. B. Jones, of the Christian cljurch, Disc Harrow none betterin the market. We have a glorious climate to induce Richmond, Va. Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Mon- This is alike true of individuals and of as34- On April 22nd, Charleston, S. C. exMrs. J. M. Smith, the Main street formerly of Richmond. Mrs. Keller was tana. The hogs of that section are fed sociations. A man who contens him- laziness in its most fatal form. Were it pects to entertain 10,000 united (Jonfed niosqai-toegone to Louisville and a sister of II. B. Dillingham, this place, dressmaker, Taylor Brothers are nowreceiving their wheat and barley which are grown in self with opposing what others do, how not for the gnats, sandflies and wHI return sIkhU March 15th. She pro and Eliliu Dillingham, of Platte city, Mo. 34- we would all be too lazy to work at erate Veterans. spring goods for the farmers. that country at exceedingly low figures, ever successful he may be in pointing jMses. as nswal, to ive satisfaction in her She leaves three daughters Mrs, Bogie, all. They run us out of the glorious Simon S. Hartmau, of Tunnelton. and are shipped to Chicagooverraiiroads out their errors, w ill himself prove a failBudy's Plls Suppository Mrs- - Harper, Mrs. Adkius, all of Misline of busJHOss or no chart's made that charge an unusually low rate. The ure, because his energies are expended shade of a china umbrella tree where, West Va., has been subject to attacks of is guaranteed to cure Piles and "Constipasouri. Was 79 vears old- Chicago Daily Drovers Journal of the in pulling down rather than building up, were it not for the bretze an egg Would colic about once a year, and would have tion, or money refunded. As near as we can comr t it from cents per cook in two minutes, oud then wo must to call a doctor and then suffer for about box. Send two stamps for50 circular and 13th has this to say: the correspondence going oi. in liu t our in preventing rather than in performing. An Ancient Mottle. and keep iwelvehours as much as some dd when Free Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered ier Journal, between Mrs. James Bennett, "A consignment of 1,490 wheat and So that if he .succeed in attaining his move, so we work to keep cool Pa. H. W. Haden, of Million, this county, barley fed hogs, shipped from Portland, off the gnats that will follow. of this place, and Sir James Oitehlon they die. He was taken recently just Pharmacist, Lancaster, by allNo Pottal. first-claobject, he has effected nothing, but mereAnswered. Korsate has a bottle of great age. It is round Oregon, by Hi Haynes. attracted considI have said this much to pave the way the same as at other times, and concluded druggists everywhere, and in Berea, Ky , Browne, "M. D., of Ei.glanil, they are tryly preventing others fiom accomplish6 ing to decide whetheron.ot thediflVrence and black and holds uearlj' a quart. In erable attention this morning. The lot ing what they proposed. By the influ- for two articles or rather extracts on both to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and bv S. E. Welch, Jr between the mental faculties of men and its youthful days it was known as a ruin averaged 1G9 lbs and sold to the Conti- ence he has exercised, he has succeede.l sides of this question. I must say that Diarrhoea Remedy. He says: "I took Froe Treatment. women are so great that a woman cannot bottle. Gen. Green Clay brought it irom nental Packing Co. at $4.10. Part of them in neutralizing the influence of others, lxth are extremes, and the golden mean one dose of it jml it gave me relief in is nearer the truth. Enough of the Maenetic Eye Powder to read Lticietius, or a man learn Virginia when he brought his slaves. were bought in Oregon, some in Wash- and nothine more minutes. That is more than any learn five No advance has The night before the General reached his ington and the large end- - of them in The people of Florida are principally thing else has ever doue for me.'' For to last two weeks will be sent to any one to hoi a potato. been made, no positive good has been home, now White Hall, he encamped on Idaho. About 30S of the number were "crackeis" and Northern people. The sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. with diseased eyes, such as Granulated done. This is the gieat fault of many of Kill d liy a Tree. Oiter Creek abont six miles north of bought in the mountains fifty mi'es from crackers aie native whites; they possess Eyelids or Scrofulous Sore Eyes. Deour modern reformers so called. The Roies, of Iowa, says he William Cates was killed by a falling Richmond, near the"homg,of the grandscribe your case enclose ten cents in Lewisiou, Idaho, and were driven to that are continually complaining of the ex- more of the faculty of grumbling, going tree near Mallorv Springs, on last Satur- mother of Mr. Haden, she having then point. Several hundred more were ship fishing and buying all they can, than of doesjiiot want to be president. stamps. Address isting state of things, and trying to over tJO years old, aud Alabama Republicans are for McKin-le- y day. He was about pure, hard work and trying to advance. just abandoned the fort for a more quiet ped forty miles down the Snake River Mrs. Eliza. J. Evans. throw existing imitations, but they pie leaves a family. See Big Hill items, cabin home. She furnished General for President. 182 North 19th Street. They came over three roads and covered sent nothing better to supply theirp'ace. They depend upon the commercial ferelsewhere in The Climax. Clay with milk and in turn he gave her 2,230 miles in reaching Chicago, the tilizers to produce a crop, and live out of Columbus Ohio. One hundred and fifty negroej from "they do nothing to intioduce and estabthe bottle. The maiden name of this reight amounting to $2.42 per double-dec- k lish tin cans and paper bags, paping for the Arkansas and Oklahoma passed through According to Scripture. a better state of things. Everything All D. P Armer has somethihg new in was J efiries, and she marsame, if they can, when the oranges are Memphis Sunday night ot last week on carload. They werejoaded at Lew-isto- n is wrong aud everybody that noes That mill tidying and replenishing the pioneer lady plated Sterling silver infaidTea and Table not ried James Howard, who was killed by over the O R. & N. and atSpokaua agree with them is wrong, and they are sold, or the commission man returns a their way to Liberia, and their brggage Spoons- - They are the best in the marwork! ltusiuess. down in the Perkins and the Indians. Subsequently she married were transferred to the Great Northern, continually complaining little dragt for a big shipment of vegeta- consisted mostly of dogs, cats" and chickValley View coutry,contiiiuea.L:ist week of others and ket, and as cheap as other geods but they Thomas Taylor, and of this latter union then at St. Paul were again transferred bles. They need but little more than ens: years. at Jaek Davis's, twins, the fifth set that opposing what others are doing. Such are warranted to waer twenty-fiv- e 35- to the Great Western, reaching Chicago a course must result in failure. Let they eat andwear, and, in fact they get Dr. Xerthcutl has assisted into the world the mother of Mr. Haden was horn. of Don't fail to see them. All last winter Mr. Geo. A. Mi-Ithis morning after being on tue road these great negatives in society go to only that. They have cattle which tlyjy Lebanon, Conn., was badiy afflicted with within the last four months. Cattle Are, However, Not Vinegar. "pen" to enrich a "later patch," and eight days. They were fed three times work and do Climax aud Cincinnati weekly Enrheumatism. At times it was so nevere For llrlcgate. It is said that "vinegar never catches along the road and only seventeen died thing better something produce some- milk once a day. The calf then runs all that he could not stand up straight, but quirer, one year, $1.35. adapted to the social ami Mr. W. R. Shackeliord, of Richmond, flies;" but a prominent young farmer, while in transit Mr. Haynes went from moral wants of men than the systems night with the cow, and sucks until it is was drawn over on one side. "I tried Climax and weekly Courier-Journa- l, a yearling and often Starves the nex who bus been visiting friends in Danville near Richmond, has invented a machine Uuionville, Mo , to buy them and was which they oppose, and when they different remedies without receiving re- one vear, $1.50. hae New York for several days, is being urged for one of that will catch them, at least, off of cattle gone about a month. He says there are done this their labor will be appieciateit calf. The sheep are turned into the lief," he says, "until about six months Climax and Thrice the deJegrttesbips from this district to the This is not a joke, but a reality, as the more hogs out there than usual and they and people will not be slow iu adopting woods, a prey for dogs, wild cats etc., aud ago I bought a bottle of Chambetlain's World, one year, $1.70. The Ulesl Liae ol is the Cii; go fiom spring to spring The rtizor-bac- k next National Democratic Convention. inventor has just returned from Wash- are very Lealthy." Climax and any other newspaper or their views. But however poor the covBalm. After using it forthreo days ington, where he had the machine for they love gravy on Pain fares better, He will go into the district convention Hogs in the northwest are little trou- ering that shelterb a man may be, magazine cheaper than you can possibly he w ill the "grits" and for him they look up when my rheumatism was gone and has not with strong backing and may be one of patented at an expense of. fees and trip bled with disease The low rates of trans- not consent to have it pulled down returned since. For sale by Hi.gan'8 get it from the publishers. about the successful aspirants. Danville Ad- included, about $125. He asks that his portation and cheap feed will doubtless his ears, unless he Iwb reasmisto believe he is sharp enough lo shave the greese Pharmacy. A picket of a frying-pan- . for the present. name Prompt courteous and geners treat vocate. itflect the Cincinnati hog market. he can secure a belter one in its pi. ce from the sides won't turn one, it he turns ew.Misc This fly catcher consists of an enclosure inent, with lowest prices and honest What is true of one thing in this respect fence Of the Same (Iniiiiuii Still. which the steer or cow enters. Just methods at Richmond Warehouse and to it. The average Cracker will quit his is true of another No man can live and Here is a liatch of old boys who say within is a small space terminating in a crop if he happens to think of a cool, Coal Yard. prosper by denouncing others. He . that life is not worth living some marshv creek, and j.o "Every season, from the tirx.e I with out the well iiuhted cupola. The next step is Below are letters remaining uncalled may demonstrate that others are wroin; dark hole in frogs for bait and moeipii-toe- s Climax: J. W. Baker, Le Roy, III-- .; J. through a darker passage. The flies are for was two years old, 1 suffered dreadMain Old Taylor Brothers have on hand Stan the week;ending March 2nd: but that will not make light. One man to catch more IL Boggs, Armstrong. Mo., T. M. Broad- at this point brushed off automatically, Aid ridge, S fully i'om erysipelas, which kept for biting than fish. They need Vulcan Plows, the best in the J may succeed in pulling down another, TVTA-NTT CI. TITT T triD ens, Pawnee. Oklahoma; Dr. James and rise into the cupola, the animal growing worse until my hands nerr certainly some wind energy world, so says everybody that has ever XYXJT1lL VJ. JLTXii-rJUrJ-iX- V, Barnes, Mrs Minnie Baxter, Miss Ruby but that will not build him up If a' man northern almost useless. The bones softened Blank, Knoxville Teun.; D. G. Berry, parses out on the other side, and soon 34 of ambition to possess something more of used one rruil iiiriTiruutnnnruuuxruTJiJiJxnxuuinj snnjTJiruinnnfinqjtnnnnnnjirtnnra would succeci he uiusi go tu work and Baxter. Miss Mattie Baclius, Waldo eo that they would bend, and sevjjral Burlington, Kansas. Strange to say, all learns to repeat the operation whenever I speak of the avetage Calvin, Miss Annie Chivolers, Mr Jos- exeicise his eneigies for the accomplish- life's comforts t my fingers are now crooked from their names begin with B. the flies begin to bite. The machine is crack; the lowest is "fcorry" and the eph ments of good, he must perforin the work this cause. On my szt too be located near theehade, so that the highest is one of the redeeming features Dearinger Miss Nan- - Doyle Bridget of a Ulan, ami if he fai) to do this, it matCourt Hay-Fa- ir hand I carry largo -- ?.S.N.-. wii quietof the cattle will not be disturbed of the New Sonth. They are proverbDoty, Byron nie ters not how clearly that he mny demon-trat- e scars, which, but for crowd in town and . no complaint by the flies .upon returning from a graztoo clever to the railroads Doty, Miss Tommy that others arc wrong he will him-se- lt ially clever commission men. of scarcity of money. ing tpnr iu the sun. It is doubtless Frank, Isaac merchants and Eyfie, William prove a failure. Six hundred and fifty cattle at the nonev in the ockets of cattle men, as The Northern man possesses the No man can livo and prosper on a Keeves. Mrs Benny King, Wesley pens, pricas ranging from 3 to 35 cents. well as comfort to the cattle. wealth of Florida, and he skins the Sarsaparilla, would Motley, Mrs Mary mere theory an abstract idea. This may Moss Millie All sold. cracker on evfery be sores, provided I do well enough as a basis to stand upon Murphy, John Collins & Pox report no sales of mules, Three Molasses Jokes. !was alive and able side in trades, work, commission, loins, but it- must not be a substitute for Ihing Swartz, Wyatt Smith, Mrs W L except few on the streets at $30 to $7q. to carry anything. He raises all he can, and bim for A small boy on the "Summit" in Richactive. A man that boasts of bis princi- etc Spurr, Miss Mattie 2f o buyers from lexington. Eight bottles of cash, and saves a large percent wlich mond saw a painter paint a floor. He Thompson. Mr Pillie Tudor, Marion ples and always trying to pull down othAyer's Sarsaparilla cured me,iso The plug-hors- e trado was fair. pay for credit. The liter was so pleased with the performance Willson, W M ers in the great end can never succeed. the crackers Wickham, C T -that I have had no return of jjhe let fodder nnd grass rot in the field when e Sew and Colored i'oslnusler-Madiso- n that he got the molasses can and mop. Wright, Mrs Kattie Do not waste your euergi&Tin merely op. disease for more than twenty years. few hours' work wouldsave it, and then Young, Mrs Emma posing somebody, or somethiug; perform a county now has a colored and while the family were at dinner York, Mrs Zack Thq first bottle seemed to reach jjia buv baled hav for the horse proceeded to paint the floor of the back When calling for above letters please some good work yourself that will make Mstmaster, perhaps The only one" iul spot and a persistent use of it lias" STRERT, cow gets-- nothing; sherrnlrf on The OPPOSITE HOTEL GLYNDON. people wiser, better ami happier. Re- wire-graKentnuky. C. C. Chad well, a vounc porch with molasses. The job was well say advertised. ss " and palmetto, and lives if the perfected the cure." O. C- - Dais, solve to exercise a positive producing ran. Last winter hundreds died; his B. Willis. minister in good standing in the Baptist done. Wautoma, Wis. J. force, and not a mere negative restrain- not so many, as it is very open. I .ac church, has a store out on Drowning P.M. Not many moons ago, aPanola man man huvingdiiied ing influence, or if you can't do some tually saw a creek. He has secured a post-offic-e, it Saturday, March, the 21st, Is luftrmary store, is named Chadwel!. and he is postmaster. started to Richmond with a keg of sorthingthat will have k tendency to pro- beans last Mav at ahnve to eat, wl en Day at IL J. .Streag. at mote somebody you had belter be silent the garden should I will been loadsi He He is a man of intelligence and polite- ghum. The stopper came out and a home. Next week give the arti - On the above day every dollars worth stream of molasses about the size of arye and be on the the guard to take care of fefcred to. Send us men of energy i nd ness, and has taken The Climax ever THE 0K1Y W5SLFS FAUt .capital sense and cents. since it started. He was in town, Mon- straw, trailed the entire distance. The of goods sold for cash at H. J. Streng's yourself. A Crackeh 'all that got to market, the con- $he Infirmary will receivea per cent of day, and sent on his bond with Squire keg was E D. Campbell. same. The pnblicis asked to help the Infir. Whites Statjon, Ky. tents and the stopper being minus. Tom Coyleand a Mr. Johnson as bondsAYSK'8 PUIS FreaetA Good DigMtlic STRUCK WATEEt. jnary in this indirect way, at same time .......THET CAN'T BE BEIT men. II A man from John Doty's neighbor- get what they may want at prices that TlieiattlesaleflofGreatRritainforlSOoj In a Had Way Down In Henry. A remarkable flow of water from r- hood came to town for groceries, among nre less for cash. The Committee rJBob Tt is prohaDln that are quite an improvement oyer the past ; tesian wells is had in the neighborh r " od P. A. C. Infirmary, A letter has been received in this which was jug of molasses. The meriew years. Shorthorns have made good f0f Chamberlain, S D, where very re Taylor will again he governor ol Richmond, Ky. county "from one who lives at Eminence. chant, who is n man of his own w ay of doaverages, uie, nigiiesr, price paid tor i centlv a .large number of wells 1 ive nessee. 3, says: "ftoineone trieU to get in ati ing things, Bat the jug under the faucet it I e At Oweusborp, a $25,000 judgment ouus was ooo gs ij,suv;, amj the high- been sunk. The water.is nmd for our window, last night. About two and began to turn the crank, at the same est priced cow was 355 yj. ($f,77o ) w! plying electric light Hnd power and weeks ago. somebody stole 150 pounds time talking to his customers and look was rendered agsiiust the Youugstown One of the must euccefsfui Kentucky irrigation. One well at Chamber! II H of papa's best tobacco. Somebody threw ing at everything hut the molasses. Bridge Company, for the death of a mail farmers-finthat his fl,x-- of sheep aro .nds "Up lOOjiallons a minute,, 1 all the street lamps Into a pond, turped " Woit you w atte the Riolassfe?' asked killed by a falling bridge, DRESS MAKER. wS profitable stock that he keeps. there tire tweutv-fou- r thnlost -. eite ill Bi lie .v.. .ft the cattle o;t of the stock pen, and the purchaser. 'Ptbaw no!"wa?the I hey twtthe weed., pack il,e wheat fkhki county . . 3kr Leaves tliis week for l ' BIS-sendin up an averaj of 2, m broke sev eraf gates. Haven't we a ioligb reply'.. 'Howtwtou to knpw when the ,. p .... ... ..,,,. ., . f T Tha Caban Immrrnctvm goee rib4 neavy winter freesw, ;and convert wHoae a minute each Other ,Vr, vill to collect styh town, especially when we huve to liiUnY fjog'K la.l" tjlierwd' alewg as ittwMtrt!8hwd Triwen crops jabta. bettj jjtaat foodj&n tb immediate nKhborhood bfM ' TjsT euier ircwui. W, na Afeffc 7 '. churches. JJut the saloons have more Why, it 1! rom&ysrTFOMtk?" a4wered .r Wevkr l Cub' to deuwiMt ttie. i-r&w 00 t 1W' ioWfiowof .1 i nima imatmi tbu u& " churchee." , atmwt MjuuL.nt . i .. ; . r tl ? Mftmh tfetflfitb.' . rawtvwnmtBWiiHK''. c .. nlloas evr.twato -- THE CLIMAX. . . lloffloAgsia. & J. G. Miller, manager for Klein lelired Woman lasfired. ,. I IliiiJn ...liuiiauijjiu, l aio Known as Moulin 1 1 (r m fu Mini IEID'SEES Re-new- in-th- e Re-new- er te .s .Mp Time (toward fl '.J mar-velou- sly i d ate o s, 'SI Wi. most-wonderf- nt to-da- y's le semi-tropic- NEALE. ls s, new ormrm uuul . Every thing New and Fresh from LATEST STYLES ss East thef i 7-- liu Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Trunks. Goods at 3S-3- 9 BRIGHT PRICES theSS s, Call gad Examine &&&m.m biases WEW la i&e eltf s LIST OF LETTERS A Sufferer Cured HENRY KLEIN 34-3- 7 & SON, n ' tbe-famo- s210 J. Street. Bronston al jjs. v! i v2 ?&( ii rv i Ha1 AYER'S ICYCLE H. X3ROWD; RICHMOND. KY, y MEADQUABTEKS. " B 1'osl-oHlc- ! MM ! well-.to-d- o AvtD' Mrs. J. M. SarsapariHja THE EAMBLEE, THE CEESCENT THE SPEED.; , -- i IP-f- or i Nitiii r r ' , WHEELS? AT $40, $50, $75, $100. Second-Hon- .sWfc. Wheels, Wheels ill Rent; ds k -- Repairing a Specialty. iii h Gorf : vraitt - ar ,H8 ip? ..i- -, ..- 90Kt? wraia?rer . uarnpbB; fcrTii; t n&"4 c . Bte. - . .. " , M " 's ' " .. . ti !l -- ? , . . - ' i f , iic i i ' ,, ! - - t.i u II w' ' .' -,- r- t - , -- V n - 15 y t r w . .. i - ' " jCaB C: K w L v- - - ' " ; - .- u C i " ic. ; j. j . ..I. Awarded 'if fi. " IMPOSSIBLE. 6IMPLT r " . was a guest of the Mitchell j field, who Tobacco narnflturnco legislature: --NEWS. Hj sheet Honors World's Fair. KENTUCKY., lc-- " liouse, wiusi, found dead in his bed II o OwutasviixE, Ky., iFeb. 2G. A tho Thirty-Firhad been in feeble health for several A Bill Creating Pasoea tho Senate. JiullclaJ baceo barn belonging to James Donald- One-Foitttl) District months, but "went bed town, containing-Ill Latei Nw rmni All Parts of the night feeling as well to usual. Thursday T.te senate son."one mile east of as Wedaesd.iy passed n bill creatinj the 31st the product of six acres of tobacco be- ' ComiitHtwv4Hli THE DREA5I REMEDY. , judicial district la this st. te. corjoosea oi longing to Mr. Donaldson and tenants. Kentucky Postniastm. Seif the HUNTER'S SHOE& r,,l !!, liuttec linlnncn'nir tn T.nther Va8HISgtos. Feb. 23. The following The counties af Ohio. iuhlenbenr and vr.ifcout Removes all inflammations, soreness committee on railroads reported was destroyed t,- - hre. Don- postmasters were appointed expression of opinion. th3 bid o4r.crease3nd Already There Are a Uoren CHinlitlatcs in fourth-olas- s films, ulcers and pain. Restores the tliKWI.i . Friday: McGowan, Caldwell county. J. uenno tne nowers of the statn ra'.lruad com- - uiuwii ujimccu nas intuitu ui v?v Bight- - That all may have the beneftt of WHAT WILL BECOME OF THE Y0U.N3 mission; J. Bonton: Marydell. Laurel county. M. phones tho bill to ioculatc tho rent of tele--- ) and Daniel's for SCCO. FitAXKFoiiT, KjvJIarch 2 Hunter's UK 1I4K in this state was also reported MEN OF THE DAY? this wonderful Remedy so strangely obwithdrawal leaves the rupubliean or- J. Weaver; Jletlock, Warren county, C. without expression of opinion House Not Kept full into tained. If this notice should ganization ina hail slate." Thurc will C. McCool; Rockvale, Ureckinridgo Bill No. IS. providing for ahe payment ol FiiankfObt, Ky., Feb. 2C The enCisrarette smoVinij is one of the evils be a dozen P claims pear diem and mile ice of witnesses ot the hands of some one who suffers with candidates before the county, C. W. Jones. of the sentitc Tuesday icr ; hich is fat anion; the young caucus officers In penal and cases removed rolling clerk l , Monday' Miuht, an,l I,Q ' Eye Disease, don't delay but write at men of the period. It js an age from the courts of this state to the United ceived the first work put" into her GENERAL ASSEMBLY. one knows anything ubout the nervou! excitement, nervous States courts, was pissed. Mr Hlsnem's mo- Jiands for execution. ThLs consisted ot once for this strange bimplecure. Deand debility is the growing malady of strength of the oUior. A num- The Southern Pacific Railroad Hill De. tion to reconsider tfcc bill rppropriatlng H04 a simple resolution of minor importscribe yonrcase.;0ne package has cured in 'the day. Minds areof social life follow ber of the lcgKluton "think the cauto buy badcs-o- buttons for feated In the Senate. solr. ance. s of the session has school, the pleasures two, thirds of the cases. dlers was adopted The bill was thea amendFttAKKroRT, Feb. 8 sjOate Tho bill cus was called too early, and will business worry ; intemperance, sexual examending the hen law oo and ed by maklne the amount , 400 inited.il of $100, now passed, and not a single bill has Should yon desire to test my Cure enWS 1 UMIEB THE 3 already endeavor to have it postponed till material men can liare six that mectrtnlc their and it passed ns amended cesses or abuses over excite the a months lcen put into her hands for enroll- - ; ft en'eeb'.ed nerves and result in exhausting Wednesday night so that all the llem in the clerk's office Instead of to file n close o0e cts. You will be thoroughly House- - After the contest cases had been menu days MOST PERFECT MADE. diseases or drains upon the nervous system. candidates can get on the ground now provided, was tken up asJ p.ssod Tho disposed of. tho hoiise took up and passed convinced before you use the care three It"- - n dm: and n handicap to every a nare Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre building of streets In the bill A Farmer Seriously Hurt. and organize their forces They think Hiles compulsory educatlooal bi whmb h.is cities ofproviding for class. I young man to be a 'uffeier from nervous 'joiji Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. days. Address 2(5. the fourth The Stege senate passed the house, was reported auiersely 1IOPKIXSVIM.K, Jerome Ky., Fob. oebjiity or weakness lew spirits, irritable an immediate seleetiim wouki lo takfee feffe t provides for Smith, a farmer, was returning home comtsittee on eduoation. to wbi-- h it had resolution was . Iso passed lwMr Sins Eliza dO YEARS THE STANDARD. temper impaired memory, loss of willing snap judgment and u.i ,'lit rrMitl in been referred a second time. Mr Hlles an amendment to the constitution to permit Etnlut Mtr Mmm riiWk 182 'orth 19th Street, power and the lhouaod ard one derange from this citv upon a wagon load oZ the nomination of a mau vIium. elec- thinks the bill will pass jho senate notwith-- the general assembly to- provide for taxation meats ?f mind and body that result from tion would i n epidemic of ttiherculosis is believproperty other than lands the when he fell Columbus, Ohio. odlns the adverse report. afternoon le as iuiposible a tlvat of sooslon of the senate nothing- At theconsidered by municipilitie.H ofthereon, based on income, J Lav. run over by thetowheels ground and peniic-toahabits oftrc contracted through and improvements of the vc was ed to be near at hand atnoug the cattle was Hunter. Hi onses or franchises, igu jraact of nature s laws The wreck of .... which mav be either. 1...: ..1...I Ldull .n many parts ot" Illinois. "lie could not tell a constitution weaieni vitality and manly Judge Holt is already here and has bat the Gtebcl bill to repeal the charterof the lu addition to or in lieu of ad valorem taxes. nieie, an arm uiiu icy uviutf uusimi wiWe Istiairernnd at. received injuries, be a lieen quietly conferring with the niem- - Southern P ciMc Co Messra sacfc habits won lironston spoke the hill, and Messrs. The commltue on municipalities reported lder the wheels. lie ADVKRTISt uint rXO bottv ending to life m this splendid age of favorabli the bill providing that women may is thought, will result fatally. St, Met ord and Coebel ATOtewas ot tioo b JLHeH leirn.nc and labor It w.l fast becom- - an j bers since Saturday noon. Col. Sun- - finally reached.and in faiorof it.deleted by a hold tho office of school trustee and" vote in it T the bill was rn:c wt win Ke a tin ag; jf JSeUled brjitu acd shattered ten's John Uoyle, of Louisville, arr.ved election for school trustees.- Academy and Convent to bo Moved. eight for to j si irvit uetion in Oob'e and day night and will go actively to work vote of The Mil iB apainsUto amendment of uiiiss oar yoneg men hiju ikemtthvi looKing Gkokbetown. Ky , Feb 20 VisitaHouse T- - reach THE ARGUMENTS nd rctore such for the eaueHS nomination. Congressman nx l KikA at the constitution, so that the state canlt mav tion academy and convent will be moved cniortunate to health and happiness i OF ONE FOURTH of a book of John V. Lewis was expccU.il Sunday be removed by a vote of the people was pjst- - Upon the Graziani Tool Hill Knd in Anthe aim of the publi-hWhite Sulphur to this city The from poned RKIO ton .wtitrd i nit. . theesslon Ihe other Continuance. low pages proiast'.j il.'urfrated written in nipht from Washington but lul notar- - reports amll the last day of the Catholics purchased Tuesday Cardome, of the committee Our n rthn ttt Ihii .'' pi Ts iiniKe, tn ta: hiu:c Kt-uaa me. He will lie here earlx .Monday man contest were read inin bat etion was j FitAf kfokt, Ky., Feb. 27. The sen- the beautiful suburban residence of full, tt at m npr o end curability by nm- - treatmeot of suit morning, ami his friends are conflent postponed ate committee on corporations met until after the James F Robinson, the late diseases This Miis.'.l be sat FXB in he will be tli n.ir. U nl rTi PEC the strongest candidate, case is setlted Mr Phelps then arose to a again Wednesday afternoon to hear for the purpose. The price paid was rectipt of twenty on? u-- Teat ic stamp. LU Itftl ! t. lik (w nni wrapyiix : Adir".. as it is eonlhleully asserUil that question of personaltheprivilege He accepted arguments on the' Graziani about 515,000. o: fHr m our -- aai the declalmers that gentleman from Butc. bill. Justice Holt spoko A SURE and CERTAIN CUBE V'oili Dispensary M iica'. Hunter would like to see hiin vin. ler mede Wednesday, and said his action Wedi u i1c the ( No 6o Mur Stret HuBDo N Y 5 Father anil Son Drowned. for nearly two hours against the bill, Known for 15 v ?,rs as the tv lio seeuixil a few Auditor Sam Stone, nesday was not in or n IJii-I-uc For nor than a quarter of a centvry cwnplimentary votes Saturday, has aaa ho was sorry accord with usual conduct. and argued that it was class legislation Ky., Feb. 20. L. CATLMTsiuutri, BEST REMEDY Tor FiLES. the scene of Wednesday oc h lftli-- t r physician connected with "his wideiy " forty-fiv- e and his. ltuoker, aged about and therefore unconstitutionaL many wtrtn friends in the legislature, cured. c have made the treat,it ,.. it rnrn celebrated 8DID 11T AI.I. i.ll..i.I5Tl. The .committee did not have time to son, aged aliout ten, were drowned - O ( although not an active candidate hic'.ed at above thir and ment of the diseise? MAY SUE. rnLU it tpecia'ty Thonndf have 'onsulted hear further argunients, so adjourned Tuesday afternoon at Cliffside park can command a big voU es- The Southern - H.'K1 Ith , 0,1 Mntnal Imestmrnt Co. tVilt over till Friday evening when a further skating pond. The boy was skating by letter and received advice and tncdi pecially as but little of the patronCa.it- - Ci C PlKht the Frnnd Order Ajralnst It. cines which havr resulted in permanent age of his ofliee has yet leen hearing will be granted those interest- and the ice broke. His father in atcures. prka, Kvn Lkxi.votox. Ky., Feb. 23. The SouthHon. Curtis F. llurnam and ed. The session is so rapidly Hearing tempting to save him was also drowned. age o iol SuiTerers from preraature old GlIT iH- -. ni ii n .'. and much of interest ic the Judge II. F. Finlcy w:ll have eight or ern Mutual Investment Co., of thiscity, its end it is freely predicted now that of poun Hith Ihw rst hH k has prepared to file suit against Presi- the bill can not ba passed, Intercollegiate Oratorical Content. book above incnuoced. ten votes each to start with if thej' bu- Miuttionbi ni-.t- . dent Cleveland, Postmaster General the proposed amendments especially if Ky., Feb. 20. conclude to enter the race, but the adare inserted of Daxvii.i.e,City, has been E. A. Ress, IK and paprr arc ap t Wilson, Assistant Attorney General by the senate. chosen to Kansas vanced age of both iruy preclude their l nr ic'e in imr racnui,. Thomas and Postmaster MeChesney, of represent Center college in the interrunning. "o Appointments Yet. . are rrt eaplici an.' thiscity, for rcfusingtodeliver the mail collegiate oratorical contest to be held 'Ih-- dirtier ut Book FitAXicrouT, Ky., Feb. 27. The sinkin THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MORMON MISSIONARIES. of the company, marking it fraudulent, Lexington in April and May; also .it liOiTie jut as wrll, mi t ing fund commissioners held a called in the instituti n in the big Afternoon !elon In the House oil Tuel-daYo-i'Kldem Martin anil Anderson Making a and returning to the senders. Charles meeting Wednesday r. IxMrd. etr. afternoon, but represent interstate contest in May. and hurstlaT. J. lironston and John R. Allen and L made no appointments for the peni- southern s Cantas in .Marion CounV. I T'- Seaalor tee. SENAFKAHKroar Hcnuing Nelms, of this city, are attor-ne3- s tentiaries. All the candidates ts trashier Resigns. the for GoeteJ presented a pettUon eUlntn tree Flld part Cllar LKKANON.Ky.. March 2. This counly lor the company, and CoL Allen warden and some for the other places Cynthiana, Ky., - 2b. 20. John G. names o! eeal thousaad citiieB. ot oving-to- n A.lii'c-g thi has leen invaded by two Mormon mis- is a director in the concern. Wednescashaslciac for the pissaireo-- i the Uraataaa are in the city and expected some- Montgomery Tuesday resigned as selling bill The p?uUa was CimiL OTT rllkKt;L sionaries direct from Ttuh. Elders day evening the company held a nieetr thing- to drop, but were disappointed. ier of the Farmers' national bank, a a corporations to tbe cooimltf-nOW THE CATHODE RAY PE.TOTRATES SOLIDS. and William Anderson, ing and elected otlicers for the followThomas Martin arguThe t.ommissioners were in session till position he has filled with honor since Khtch fcas te Mil and woirb will bear The r.ccompanvin'T cuts arw from pliotorr mils made hv the Roentcen nroees3. "sink. the church of the Latter-Da- ing year. The amount of damage to be a late- hour and evidently had an inter- Paul King, who h:d defaultedsuicided. ment on It acatD V.TKins1ay atternooa The skeleton of a tisli an cf a rit the bin s o f the 1:, mil, the interior of a pipe and e claimed by "the company is not stated, esting time, but Saints, are making a Iloc-Tae hoase becan Stoaday bi providif they agreed on any Mr. Montgomery retires on account of a cmiib insicl.! a IVailier c.isi were nil brurlit ti view by the tuvsterious cathode ray. oo Tesdavs aud ing for arteraeoa canvass on f. ot, and ulien eomplcletl but it w ill be a large sum. 2 photograph is all tlnHie cli ims for it. Ry it you Pr ifesor Roenttft n's of the appointees no announcement of his extensive personal interests. ap will probably begin a series of serThursdays of each week la order to the n. tenor of n living annul, ot metal, ot a boo!., and of countless other sub-them will be made till something more Dmi Kallvva Clerk Suicides. IsSlM.MONs LlVbi UhrouLMOk. the legislative work of the session which h s mons in this city. PATENT MEDICINE The creed is stin es. The vain- - of t n Iiscrv3ry to tin me. to surgery, to metallurgy, to been retarded by the senatorial deadlock Up definite is known in the senatorial race forget 'o take it. Now it. tho time yoi. clif nistry and to many other departments of so .tiuce is almost incalculable. Ixivisvillk. Ky., Feb. 20. Thomas saHiu'thing new in this county, and will Thought to Have Caused the DenU of a only oae bill passed at this sesto the present need it mo-- t to vaUe up your Liver. II. Gray, a clerk in the local offices of I'enslons for Kentuckians. College Youth. sion has beoose z, law and less than a L.U attract much attention, more as a matsluggisi Liver bn.ijs on M.ilmi. Fevci Railroad Co., Washington, Feb. 27. Pensions were the Louisville X Nash'-i'.lo' ter of curiosity than otherwise, and is doles hare pissed both aoov Mr I'l Da.wiixk Ky., Feb. 28. John Y. anci Ague, Rheumatis.d, aird many othei before HraeLea sent up a resoHition of respt'-- committed suicide issued to Kentuckiuns as follows: OrigmisRrown, aged 17, a member of the junsure to end as did the ills which shatu--r th? consututton aiw the EaeauH-- of Hon K. K tuilh. of Auxusta. at his home, 2028 West Rroadway. inal John Speck, deceased, Newport. : STORE- Dj.i t forget the wor.: wreck health and It was adooted by a risise vote. sionary work of one Duffey. an A. P. A. ior class in Center college, died Thursof mental Increase Joseph R. Logsdcn Cub Run, He began to show signs Iwwse Into comm.ttee of preacher, who made his appearance in day afternoon under peculiar circumwent i Sl.M.HONS LlVEk REGULATOR, The i. N the wbele to give a aeariae to the ueievafes .i. REGULATOR o vi v. 7 he vvord REGthis county early last fall, and after stances, having been foundunconscious Hart: Hugh Herd, Manchester, Clay; decay two weeks ago. from Uns state to the cotton states exposition. Van Fleet, ill ' Hart. t from'ail o'lu ULATOR dis.in '.uo ' delivering a few lectures wisely con- in his room about 0 o'clock, and remain Ideral Versailles. Circuit Court at bleu is to be held in t bieago. W T. Rolph t Reibsue John W. Calhoun, Clyde, remedies. And, !s.J s tl.is, SlMMOrt ' ing so until he died. Versailles, Ky., Feb. 20. The Febof Lovisrille Editor If l. Groom, of (.exing-to- n cluded to hunt a more congenial clime. J LiVER REGUL TOi? ... j Kefjtilator of tft Wa3'ne. Original Widows, etc. Rerth& ruary term of Woodford circuit court aad Kditor TbofH II Dans, of He had been slightly ill with Liver, keeps it propny .d v.otk, that your FATAL QUARREL. were the speakers. They ask an for several days, bnt was improving. It Kist. Newport; minors of William J. convened with a larger docket than usonre. ,oovl (.ortdition. .8W from the legislature t.en-ahsystem mav Iv kep" of is said that his death was due to opium Roone. Hedges. Clark and Stanton, ual. The case of Wm. Newton Lane, tbis stute to make ae exhibuten of her Postmaster l'enn Mortally AVoumls Hubert FOR THE BLOOD take SlMMOHS Powell. Mexican War Nancj' Jane charged with the murder of the poisoning taken in a very large dose of rurdoii at Holling. reMHirces aad products. LIVER REGULA TOR li i; t.'.e irst biood J.E ';?. Lkhaxox. Ky . March C At Rollings, patent medicine, a bottle of which was Stringer, Pittsburgh, Laurel county. is set for trial Tuesda3. T: it and purifier and corr.cth, DOUBLE GUARD. I'oor Keeping Out. in this county. Robert Put don was shut found on a table in his room. He was Lo. k the :;bD Z difference. t'romlneiit Slock Dealer Dead. J.uar.lcil to and murtally wounded by M. . Penn. a son of Knox Rrown, of Owen county, The Montirello .tail Fkaxkfokt. Ky,, Feb. 27. The queson every package. You v.i ti nd it oi Walton, Ky.. Feb. 20. Mr. Thomas TroulU trnni a ill Ihr Penn is postmaster at Rollings and and a grandson of the noted Mason tion as to which way the two populists Rogers, a prominent stock trader of any other medicine. ..nd t.uri. t m othr 1 Moktickixo. Ky., Feb. 2a The Pardon made himself offensive in his Rrown. ER will vote on unseating Tompkins and this place, died Tuesday morning at the t.iver remedy - irTl'.ONs GL ayne count v jail in this city is umier store and Penn ordered him out- PEGULATOR-t- ne kn, o i.iVii RenKUies. Kaufman excited considerable interest residence of his sister. Miss Lizzie RogTills His Story. double guard Mcnday night in lie sure you get it. They engaged in a Rghu when Penn Vki:saii.i.es, Ky., Feb. 2s The de- Wednesday. It was stated, on reliable ers, after a short illness of pneumonia, of a. mob from Little outh reached for his pistol and shot Purdon . I hi .id 14 YEARS G 2 J . .,! fendant in the Lane murder trfcl took' authority Wednesday night, that aged 54 years. Fork, which tint already threatened tt in theltrVast- - Penn. immediately after will vote with the democrats, the stand Thursday and stated that in Pure O d W t,r Fn take from tne jail John and JonatliHH the shooting, left, a'ml has not been arPensions for Krntucklans. the altercation about the condition of and that Poor will not vote at all. Inlyi inal t'-nl ! in Washington, Feb 26. Pensions were Troieil jd1 Jaiues and Celina Winches- rested. t the room. Col Rodenbaugh struck him ing expressed an intention to keep out issued to Kentuckians as follows: OrigPackau ! Engrwi Cards ana hangeu tnem for the innumerter aB4 Purdon was a prominent mcichant, several times. Lane retreating Lane of the fight. able robberies thev have perpetrated in but was unruly when.drinking. inal .Jonathan lilue, Simpsonville, Moodv Meeting at IIopUlnHville. says he did not draw his pistol and fire Silwr Greek Lip? P m the Little outh Fork district. helbv county. Increase Jarret W. a'vMtaai. Hoi'KiNsvn.i.i.. Ky., Feb. 27. The until he saw James Rodenbaugh with Collece Y. M. C. A. Work. Two brotners of the Troxells have Madison county. Hill, EJenton. of v WrxciiKSTKK. Ky., March Students a pistol leveled at him. He only shot board of managers of the Union TaberThe Elite Statinnary Company, of Lex Wlioife4tle Dealers, been &hi to the penitentiary for nacle this city have received informand arson, but it is feared thp of the Y. M. C. A., f Kentucky Wesley-a- n Col. Rodenbaugh once, which he said ation from the Rev. D. L. Moody, the ington," Ky , is determined to inetetu-Silvei llnidley Against Mob I.uw. (.College at Winchester have been he was compelled to do, in order to get others c in not be convicted, although 29. Gov. Rrad-lehim and defend himself great evangelist, to the effect that ho Fr.ANKFOitr Ky.. Feb. bv furnnhiitK their engraving they are to be eqaally trinity. holding weekly services, in various loose from against the son. Lane was not shaken will begin his meeting in this city on is determined to put down mob law. A week ajfo a mob from Stcuben-vill- e fields of la Iwr, outskletheit regular colfirbt class ork at prices away below their Thursday. March 2fi. and will continue Friday he offered a reward of 250 for servk-eduring the past win- by the took Fount Martin and James lege over the following Sunday. Extensive the arrest of each member of the Wayne cotnpe tilors, M hen in need of Troxell from tne M nticello jaiL They ter. Among these weekly Sabbath ISlarkhurn May Withdraw. preparations are being made for the county mol). cards, wedding invitations, Ac. Ac, write Martin, but Troxell got away. services hate leeii held with prisoners haneed FnANKFOKT, Ky., Feb. 2S. The petimeeting. DR. EDSON'S COXSU.MPTIOX CURE. There is creat excitement in Wayne in the city and county prison. Right tion of the sound money men in the Kentucky 1'ost Office Discontinued. tlieindor b.iinpleb and prices. o Troops Ordered to Nevvnrt. Dr. Cyrus Edson's consumption cure is low the talk of the medical world. or ten of the prisoners recently pro- legislature, asking Senator Riackburn county over the reijfn of Judge 'Washington. Feb. 29. The post office Eilson lias found a safe ivay of iutroducins carbolic acid into the system and killing Fr.AXhroiiT, Ky.. Feb. 27. No orders but a great many conf ervative citizens fessed conversion ami the j.nler testi- to withdraw, was fully agreed on at a the disease germs. The cnt shows Dr. Edson injectine his aseptolin beneath the skin Saxony Jefferson county, Ky., will believe that the vigilantes alone can fies to a notable change in conversation a conference of some of tjie leaders in have so far been given ordering troops at discontinued after March 4, liaviEg of a patient. The cure has been wonderfully successful. to Newport Ky. It is well known that lie a. result put a stop to the epidemic of crime. and conduct of the prisoners as 7 Go AXTED Several tnitviorthy gen-the movement Thursday morning. A Gov. Itradley and Sheriff Plummer are already been closed. of the services. tlemen or Indies to travel in Kenjoint democratic caucus of members of in full accord, and that the UP AGAIN. tucky for estahlihbed, reliable house, Held for Complicity. the general Assembly will be called to troops necessary to protect the lives of J5 Si THE MARKETS. balarj S7S0 and expensea. SteHilv WTltiTRW'KO. Ky., March. 2. --Noah consider this, and the counter proposiMmibera of the That Talk of Jackson and iValling will be furnished Enclose reference and Kentucky Legislature. countv, tion from the Riackburn managers, on application cf the sheriff. No appliMini.v. Sheriff of Magotliu ClSCINXATt. Feb 19. st. imped envelope. The Dominion Sunday which will be to the effect that Riack- cation has been made as yet. Fkankfokt. Ky., Feo 25 The usual landed at this place FLOtJK Spring patent. $i.6ii3.'J3, sprla? CompanyThird Moor, Omahu Bhlg:, Monday stories were floating around 'Rrack" Dyer, indicted here fur burn will withdraw when requested to & ia3.25, spring family. ii.75i2.9J: fanes, Indicted the .lailer. Chicago. Monday night to the effect that the complicity in the murder of John Hall do so bj-- 35 democrats. 22. winter patent, ii7044lW. fancy. JH5j3.70: Owinosvillk. Ky., Feb. 27. The family, ti 85 3.J0. extra, i2.3J"ji6J low gride, contest cases will be called up one day in this county about a year ago Green lt.wik President's Smlilen .Summons. grand jury for the present term of cir-- 550.65, do 2.iua.i35 rre. northwestern, tuts wffR. and Kaufman and Thomp-kin- s Dyer, the man who committed the mur.-deXewtout. Ky., Feb 2S. Samuel cuit court has just adjourned. Only citv. $i0 12.70 unseated. There is no more rea-owas sent to the penitentiary Shaw, Wheai No. 4 red, nominal, 71c the first and only president of five indictments were returned, the for believing this is true than at the last term of the circuit Cobs Sales. No. 3 mixed, track. Me: No. a month past, but. court for 1S years. 1 track Dyer was the German national bank of Newport, most important one perhaps being that S yellow, track, 31c. No. 2 white, mixed, track, there has been for one of the most substantial men of against Jailer Hose Hart for failing 30c. of course, there is still a cuaace for placed in jail, though he will be allowed Campbell county and the foremost resi- to keep the jail in proper condition. Oats Sales- No. 2 mixed, track. 2.14c. samo!" snch a thing to occur at any time. ' togiie bond in the sum of SJ.OoO. -. iM llirr m ' h JralBJrSlBiraB'frSl dent of the Kentucky Highlands, died This may deprive .Mr. Hart of his office. ple, mixed, trck.ilc No. 2 white, track. .4a The Hunter forces can not hope to IrHiaiTHlBfpL butchers'. Sasto .4.00 fatr to Against .Mat r Ttxld. almost without a moment's warning . present a united front, and until they 1'rize l'ight at auceburg. 3 8.&3S-5(rood packers', fair to Rood light, !S Loi'isviixk.Kv-- . March 2. In the cir can it will be useless to attempt anr cuit court Saturday morning Judges Thursday night at his handsome home, Vanckbuug,' Ky.. Feb. 27. Jim &1!I.0. common und rouehs. :3. 5ul fiO. to good shippers. iJ.3 .!. 00; corner of Grand and Highland at the Cattle Pair unseating. possible in tl tenet-i- Field and Grant Goodin, colored, are good Toney decided that Maor avenues. SUGiut. 00. fair to mebeing urouvrut to near on Hissem. Todd, and to fight here March 5. Goodin who is dium to choice butchers. common. i:.60a2.ua butchers', J3.00ij3.e0 republican, tan not remove demHorse Thief Arrested. RummoBs and the others. They mi known as "Rlack Lightning." is backed Shkkp ami Lambs Sheep txtra. $35d members of the lioards of public o Irvixk, Ky., Feb 2S. Sheriff James by Capt. Ed Armstrong, formerly of 3.C). good to choice, Ji. 60 (3.15; common to be whipped into line, but it seems ocratic and works without cause, desafety Lambs txtras. tLC04 Gi; F. West, of this county, captured at Cincinnati; Dr. P. Conner and John fair. LoOftiSd doubtfuL claring section 32 of the city charter Falmouth, Ky.. William Jackson, and pood to choice. I4 21J.1.5J; common to fair, Ave This means that landed him in jail here. Jackson stole Cox, the manufacturer. Malone's spon- - t3.S5i4.00. THE RAILROAD BILL. unconstitutional. sors are a lawyer and a merchant. Veal. Calves Fair to good light, I150Q be retained iiicflicc 1.066 It Was Argued Itefore the I'ouse Commit- until democrats will find cause for their a horse last December from Thorn; s tJo extra, fiSO. common and large. V)n4.5. tioebcl'H Hill In Doubt. the mayor can Fine merino, per lb, 8 tee on ltallroads b lion. John l. West. Jackson confesses. He is alxjut Frankfokt, Ky., Feb. 27. The sen- 9c: quarter blood clotnlng, 13 14c. medium removal. designs-fanciest- . Vrrkea. eighteen years old. He resides in Car- ate held an afternoon session Tuesday, delaine and clothing. 14 15c coarse. 12a.i4e: SIeU Kill il Over :i Counterfeit Dollar. Fkankfokt. Ky., Feb. 2.V The Goe-bter county. 15c. medium at which nothing was discussed but the X to XX.combing,13(J'4c: Washed: Fine merino, Ky.. March 2. Snin bill, n Inch has already passed the Shbi.mvvii.lk, medium clothing, ISo, per lb. Decapitated by all Klectrlc Car. Goebel bill to repeal the charter of the delaine, lleece. $lS&16c. long combing. to prohibit railroads from Grant and Tom Wells, colored, had a ben&te. Xkwi-ou- t Ill5c: Ky., Feb. 23. Edna Kaus-maSouthern Pacific Co. Mr. Goebel made quarter blood and low, HSUz. carrying on freight and posseng r quarrel here about a counterfeit dollar, child. Thursday a strong speech in favor of the repeal, a NiwYokk, Feb. Ca business between points m this which Wells claimed Grant had passed morning ran across the street in front red. Ma. state titl they have beeotue citizens on him in a game of craps, and Wells of a trolley car in Newport and was in- and Messrs. Hays and Wcissinger spoke 73 WnEAT No. 2 June, Marcn, 7C76e July, 73 73 and residents of the state by being struck Grant with a heavy stick, crush-- , stantly killed. The wheels of the car against it. No action was taken. I6u7 He. incorporated under the laws of this ing his skull and breaking his neck cut the child's head completely oil beConn No. 2. 337, 37Xc; jray. 36S&3i::-13Louisville Club May Sign Ward. state, was argued letore the house Weils made his escape. Oats No. 2 dull: western. iJfe.iic Marcn, Lorisvii.LE, Ky., Feb. 27. A" story fSJs fore her mother's eyes. Gc asked: May, 26c asktiL committee on railroads Mondav a'ter-noowas printed here Wednesday that Lou"Will stjrk to the Old. Toledo, 0.. Feb. 2) Mudejita .Subscription. W. Y rkes. rep enenting or John isville ma j sign John Montgomery Wheat No. 2 red cash, 74yic May "a'.e: March i. Cant. Withers, Rf.HKA Dki'ot. Ky., Feb tne Cincinnati outhcrn. and Gen. IS. in Louisvii.i.k. the local station-o- f the July, 715tc. No. 3 red, cash, 72Jtc: No. Ward as captain and shortstop. Presicharge of of Rerca college usual TuesdRj lecture W. Dukc tne L and .N. dent jtucky, of the Louisville club, is 7JHC- - No. 2 mixed, cash. Z3c, No. 3 do, 23!4o; army, said Sunday his people addition- en route home from New York and ConN raitroud. ISoth opposed the passage of salvation to the ohl army and not join the students subscribedwold stick al to the $1,000 alreadj- given by them could not lie reached by telegraph No. 3 yellow, t9c the bilL marOais Nominal the one to be raised by Kalliugtoil to the Pearson endowment fpnd. M tX, Wednesday nighL BcrFALO. Feb. Georcriuvii'i . I ast 1rtn!lt. JtooUi. of the students are poor many of them SurEP ash Lambs Cho.co lambs. 4. '0J5 Geohgetowx, K.-.Feb. 25. Work Courler'a Campaign. . 0. Jlny Kiin for Conrcs. 4.60. having to work their way through colhec?: Slo; wood tocaoice commenced Monday on Georgetown's Lawkencebuuo, Ky., Feb. 27. Col. IIocs cavy. SLOiTJIO: mediums, $tl ffj FksNkvokt. Ky . March 2. There is lege. electric btreet rail way. 'Ihree acres of considerable talk here this week of the T. R Rippey has placed his trotter. 4.15 mixed grades $4. ft: Yorkers. f4. 15. pigs, Residence nml Storeroom Ituraed. L.0L5, roughs, SiStatSO stags, 2S0f a Courier, 2:15, in the hands of Macey rround were purcnased on the corner possiltle of ev Gov M (' HaLTIJIoke. Feb South Maxchestkk, Ky.. Feb. 28. of Cottage and Water streets, on which Rros , v.f Woodford county, for the camfor congress in this (the Seven! Ii The residence and storeroom of Roney 2 red, spot and i'ebruary,74l,c; Wheat-N- o. to erect the power house and car congressional district. of '90. Courier won 510,000 on southern, 7ug77c paign Wilson wore destroyed by fire at an the grand circuit in 1S94, but wasn't stable In connection witn the plant Cons Mixed spot. FebrU3rr and March 31 ct Claim early hour Thursday morning. No in- out last season. n 3c. boutaern, 34 (&31HC steamer mixed. 3.t w ill be a ice machine, which r Suc-o- f Pikkvii.i.k. K.. March 2 Allen Can- surance. The origin of the lire is unSc May 1. The railwill be in ' Kuloglcs for dudgc Grace. on Itig creek, in Pike known. Oats No. 2 white western, 2727i4c; No. 3 ada wax killed rnJil: way will be completed" about June L eonnty. by FI031I Runs and Henry Henderson, Ky., Feb. 27. The mem- mixed, do. 26c4 4c near by; 4'&16c western. New Kentucky Itank. Her Bundle Contained Steel Files. Kyi No 2. Ai.ba.vy, Ky., Feb. 2S. A' bank has bers of the liar adopted resolutions de-P.ttsbiuiqh. I'a . Feb. VA IIopiaNSVIl.l.K. Ky., Feb. 39. Twc Varnly The men who did the shootring the untimely demise of Judge been organized at this place and will Cattlk Rough to prime, 3.0j44C calves, dozen jail prisoners would now be at ing claim Unit the.) acted in S.ib3&50. open about March 5. The capital stock J ohn R- - Grace. liberty but for the miscarriage of a Hoes Roughs 10 selected, .0X34 25. is $20,000, and the director! are IV, (5. A Calamity arrovrly Averted. bundle in the hand of MLs- - Lou Run THE LEGISLATURE. A. Dixon and A. AlexanIlAitHonsiitmn, Ky., Feb. 341. During Simpson, J. guss, in jail awaiting trial on a chttrge CIVE A GRAND VALUES CLEARING UP S L Unchanged. Gov. Urmllej's AcInt 51 obi of trying to obtain a pension undei the performance of Hi Henry's min- der. He married his old llame, cttMi Upon tn th HnutiH. 5 Bled Troiii Ills Injuries. false pretenses. A bundle supposed tc strels at the opera house a part of the And finds she's ei the same. 101 FliANKFOKT. Kv. Feb 26 Gov. Bradley's WiiiTKsnur.o, Ky., Feb. 23. John war oa niob violence took a tangible form In For. as a woman be laundry was taken from her and floor gave way. causing a sUimpede. A Che flares up at him still. xvutt founc to contain knives and tiles frightful oalumity was narrow! v avert- - Fleenor, the young .man who was the bouse Tuesduy. Mr. King of Lincoln. Bay City Chfct .1 bill rabodjln.f ths out of mashed dp while hauling logs a few Introduc d asubjecting counties tiotornor's and other implements used in frcing t ed. The people rushed tn vshich du WM 1 sugeslioH. a e died'Thursday. open prison doors. the house, but a few bruises were the days ago, nthel So Gertrude de Montmorencj j mobs oaud the death ot anv person or peronly injuries. sons to the pnvment of damages in the sum of Fitz Vere de Vere has lost her good ....VALUES LMHEvR.D OF.... They Fought Over a Girl. Hanged Himself in Ills Ham. S..0J9 to be paid tothtt widow or administrator " 1'oor" Man looses. ' -. if 'Pui nil (Moth, 10i; 100-yFtEMisopiiuito, Ky., Feb. a. Xtite spno silk thread tc; Lidie fleeced ltowi.'SO GliEBX, Ky., Feb. 23. John of tu person so kiduL It is nlso provided name? Has Frankfoht, Ky., Feb. 2J. It was Jones, Sybil she? Well, there, I'm not JW J J.l.,1 vr.i Sousley and Will RelL two colored -, that a couilv so Inlaredjaay recoreruoablo of Rutler counfLined hose 8c, funupr priee2I-A Knod lleece Lined generally conceded Friday night that guilty of p rtiolpatlng surprised, llow d'you know? diranges from youths of this city, became engaged in Thursday hanged hinmelf in his barn. in mobs. If thoy persons ascertained Mr n ck'q be Ethel It says so in the paper; "says. a quarrel over a girl Friday morning, State Senator 12. W. ell. of Monroe No ctue is assigned. , llo-.e- . 10c. A good Wiml hose 18o, former introduced a bill making n reduction of Bhe's married a Ally Slop-peand fought a street duel with pistols. county, has been selected as the warden the sal i.les of state odcors from tno governor Jose price 2oc. One lot ladies and Mis-.e- s When the smoke cleared away it wut of the Frankfort penitentiary, and that SiiELiiyviLLK, Ky., Feb 29. Lawsou down. Mr Lieberth. of JJewport. Introduced mm Ioor"s man Gibson, loses out. W. T. Zaring, a found that Roll had a ho'eshot throsgh ribbed and eamle-- s (Mimples). 20c, and highly re- hill to make itattlsdemeanorforcountyclorks A llUy Ciperlmpnt. jgj or to Hazelip, the contending man, will Tkj spected farmerv died at his home four to f.'il to record marriage Hcen-e- , his head, and he is now in a 25e iniLs, loc 75c jrloves at 50c "You cant tell whether n man is a' fact condition. Sousley is still at large, but given the stewardship of the Central miles south of ShelbyvRle. lie was 78 suppress the A hillthat such licenses have ffiJB was lntroducidbr Mr been issued. father of a family simasylum at Lakeland. will be arrested. years of age and had been ill since last LHnntrg to authorize the" condemnation of bachelor or the ply by his looks." ; l-cities for the pur-A I'atal Illnvr. September with some affection of the property In llanker Ityan Dead. "Certainly not; but there ia one infalposo of witer or zis works S111H.HVVII.1.K- - K., Feb' SB In Mar- liver. Ai'ousta. Ky., Feb. 24). J. R. Ryan establishing finding out." Mr B ird. an act for lible method of , A Fire Jvear Scott's Station. died of congestion of the brain at hk tinsville, a Negro suburb, Friday evenan Mr. libraries in "What may that he?" y 7-1SnELBWiLLE, Ky., Feb. 29. 'The aot to provide foria board of vliitors for residence in this city Friday morning ing about sax o'clock, Sara Grant was 2. "U'ue him a young babj' to hold.!' frame residence of R. Slegall, a eleemosynarr Instluftlohj- The tecond clais at 4:30 o clock, He had been ill for ' struck in the neau with a stick in the ' did not get la from N. Y. Uecorder. l"111" ells, and from the ef- - farmer near Scott's Station burned, but charter amendment Tom some time and was taken suddenlv t as wii expected The delay SJELL most of the furniture was saved hi the committee somefllfferences auume memTin ileal neon. worse Wednesday. Mr. Ryan was vine fects of wliich he. died almost iinmedi-atelwasciustd by JAB Roth parties are Negroes. The good condition. The los is about bers over a proposition to provide for electing-tlvgoing to have my wife join the "I'm president of the Farmers' national mm. inteud-ofour aldermen. II tho contromurderer made his esuape. 22,000 partiaUy insured. new golf uluh; it', a pretty cxjiensive bank, and was one of the wealthiest versy oer this point can he settled, the bill fiport, but believe it will pay.' mm in Rracken county, lie leaves a Against tho 11111. Iu the Jury's Hands. will probably be reported at once TVlnViw lint", tirt .lili1rsn "Ccrtrtinly it will: there is no'tuore Fran"kfokt, Ky., Feb. 20. ArguVersaili.ks, Ky., Feb. 29. The case healthful ments against the Graziani bill were against Wm. Newton Lane for thjjjnur-de-r SPOTTED FEVER PLAGUE. I'lletl Asralmit the House. ..:,. i "That's fo, Uu then, you know, no of Col. Henry Rodenbangh went A Number of ew Mna.i:i:shuit, Ky., Feb. 28. An at hoard by the judiciary committee Friand Four Mjire one is allowed to talh in it." day afternoon. Judge Zoeh Phelps, of to the jury at 4 o'clock Friday aftertempt was made to burn the residence Deaths JWportrtf. noon. - A verdict is not expected before . LouisviUe. m behalf of thepsol rooms, of 'Esnuire Porter Jett-- A lluowxsvu-LE- , Ky., Feb 20. Spotted Life. . Tiassimr at a distant, mw flu. fire t spoke against the biU, claimirg that it Saturday. A Ga.irn.itfe of Uooil Talth." j ferer continues to raje xa the Vincent .1 j was unconstitutional, being classcgis- 11 o Ma j Ixife Ills Kyes. started and gave the alarm. Kindling eettlement, north of llrOwnstUle. A lliss Sol id man Oh. Ethel! . .do you Wiwl sartr) nAmn rafm-ito- rl va'tilt rttl it,c lation. Daxviixe, Ky., Feb. i While. Kd number of new cases and fourdeathB .think the count is really sincere in hig. PtH i 1 MS . found piled against the house. Porter i Carit. Joiini Ktrlckwi VltI Dunwn and T. 11. Mills werwtlaeking a within the last" 48 hours is the loeph barrel of lime a dynamite cartridge .se. latest report from Dr, G V,". Annes, attentions to me?Wliy. how can yon has bent to Lexington for bloodhoundjj. Paris, Ky. Feb. Mis Smnick Mm M. Joneb. who lias been clerk of the creted in it exploded with a terriflo r local health oflieer. The disease doubt it, Maude? The poor follow-l- a Brought Hack for Trial. 156,urboa circuit court for many years, port. Duncan's eyes "are- seriously in- - v ftst developed rh the family of Afa MonticelU). Ky., Feb. 29, Morgan i?3l lan-iasl'tlck. absolutely poverty-strickeu your old (.old andmlykr. ' hra mith, who hliot and killed Joe McEl-ro- was stricken with 4aTaIy6is Friday at jured. jaiceut, who livesrjve', cabin near the A Oncxl Example. visiting TheUtycIling nn uth of Nolyun iiRnlirare Merchant AosIrdk. at Itnssell Springs, two weeks ago" Jluntbville; Ala., where Jie was Todvfrtlse our name and feme. ns'sts of but one roomr'hie nffetd Geohoetows, Ky., Feb, 29. Johi - 5? last Saturday, has been captured at .jfriends. CaptiJonea js pne of the beft .We mortals should not scarji, in Kegtucky. ed the entire cooking aadyHeepins Montgomery, hard waremercliant, ainsboro, Tenn., and brought back to knoviB Fcr even Gabriel up aljoVe James Bradley for the apartment for the wholo laui$bv and, an afsigiiEient-ts TV'UlsbmSdayblow'likhqm. l".uRJ Pearf in Bed. Kentucky for tnaL lie was indjeledd gjajgjsiaigHr-alhy the Bnssell countv trrand inrr n.t beneflt nt his creditors. The asscta iti arlil?on.boff was kept tn the Jiuhbc, Bottlixo Gkkkk, Ky., Feb. 20-"I C( 'a it n ii Uhree-o- f the Vmoale -- ,rt" lb kiuwiii 1 Janws lv. llronn. 3aitfckaitt xi Itoek' and Hahiiitiesre aot iW w34ket -' cj lis : .i ' . ' ' ?. S. ' ' " '- " lr 1 1 . ii'--fi ... , .'- , Kl1! a r - ss s l " ..-- . c s. i , i i v a & "tl i. '. . 4K; ' . 1 , y i ... - t I RUIN s MISERY incrca-Miij- -- the 'i s 1 -ea-- , - ES---- c st Uig&flhMj L?55 tbau -- " FnAMcronx-Feu7."i-ESA- TE I i1' ni-- c : ! Mkm of Regular pricp. wnic liuh-y- . CREAM crin-lna- TrDEAF 1 vreak-ce- is " AMNG over-harden- r Two-third- CO 1 b;-th-e WWM WMIiLMW'M mm CAPITAL CITY COMMERCIAI COLLI ;(,f W sl - s - - 1 1 po-w-- , fohe-wm- GIcrtc-Demo- ci J I r- n -lf tr I Irt-pwn- c n-i- I J er : Dunlap-Kanf- i mn 1 i Hi-ll- tt -- Werner-Tompkl- ns ex-Go- v. jtae " in H0THlh9TF!l ) Vsso.-tia- Ex-Chi- ef HM-i- .' -'- fvr -- M t th-- m d. -- f.i i . i -. ys I IIouse-t-lliu- - t . ! p-- r . anil-po- ol reH-esentin- y - liouse-to-hous- I hu-r- v SPRING Jtios id: DICIN Ji RENT. l. J e y mid-n'g- ht -- Mavs-vill- e, es mea-sle- aupro-priati- l- 1 Roden-baugh- s, -the r ll-i- lj kf li- 1 FINE 0 LI9U0 aatici-p".tk- R Ed-ringt- h t- hMmi p-- rob-ber- i -- e y hii-iiie- .s s g L3-ac- ...u u Uii-ilti- c HEATERS Kui-tio- n. d and See.., ...the TWo Joi)e5 - Jer r. n - The reat est number 1 ! i I r- ! V . Huos-Sel- ect Ma-lo- ne v s 'HEATING STOVEShave ever had and the greatest variety We can satisfy you in every respect. L Wool,-Unwash- ed: el Prices range from 83 up to $50. All shapes Plainest to the and sizes. Many mm the qld, aguiAite n. M STREET three-year-o- ld -- a. 3haGkelord af$ entry, II I n - Eichmond, Ky. 2S.--At- al 4 5L-10- -- Is still in CO. 3.2.'-i- -- I8 VO. d III Seir-lleren- e. 15-to- .Lush pl ". Pnsaonisiial Our Holiday Trade, ces We ars in a Liberal Mood to th.9 ill iiiiWith fill UbsHOUT 1 T the ket with the finest and sele cted stock of watches, bet -Mtlon - w-- pell-me- ll -- -- .- d fL ry that can he found in Central Kentucky, and at prices that can n ot he plica ted n w h re. will sell you diamonds and take off clocks andjewel- FHp-pi- -- well-to-d- o r s! r. tilth-cla- ss two-stor- ' 111 f I 1 gnroe-going- ." per cent from any price named by other house. i anyhave a few "Gilt El!p" Cotton, mi I thinjrs in the Cents, Fcrma:: Price way of Christ LAST ONLY A FEW 11! mas Jim cracks T!ii!S SALE DAYS. left that vou can have at your DONT- WAIT, BUT COME ...,. I ten ji ,t mm yd m neie-hlio- r M LSI 1 . TW.-alln- W.-Car- uioinma jaais, W bnoes3j Boots, at JGrsat- - - n. y If I Redu5ed Prices. don't want them, come and get them. Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired on short notice and warranted. a I o ali' D.RARMER. la ' -' LDER'S BAG AIN STORE. - ill itt r " fail - -- - I I - -- . r i .