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ADVERTISING MEDIUM. fJs srSmm SfrHi - vssssssfy ( fljPBfafaigpgJgarglgiW ErgJBlJirlsfBiiBraBJijgkJra VOLUME 5 Pbi 1 . bo-lio- M - fan t r -- '.mil - - r m ME r.ARrnii -- . -- Ycr.i WlIV.Wf. rgj gjs giH jHj gjarajarasraa gLnas pijlMrgJifgJirgJaraJBrgJgi Hj JOR wv) rcr v p i , rcl srsJ Si frgilrHl AI sr.niti IX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1896. NUMBER 40. A. in the opinion of tho president, inofficieu!, 1, 1893, to Doc. f, 1855, huve amounted to should "be rield In place for the coin paid States uotes or treasury notes only. Nafor revenue, he should have saldof the $360,268,512, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latext U.S. GoVt Report and tho gross exports have out. Tho secretary of the treasury In hli tional banks are the creation and InstruWilson law that it was bounteous In dePROFESSIONAL H. C. ASTER, M. D. COLUMN. nmountcd to $305,617,419, from whioh it annual report to congress on the 6th of ments of the government and ought not ficiencies. appears that tho government has furnish Docember pointed out theso defects In the to bo allowed to discredit tho money with iMeaicme and Snrjjery. H s Recent Speech In the United Attack on the Wilson Tariff Law. ed a sum equal to tho whole export and resumption law. Hoi-ald- : which they can redeem their own notes, Office Collins Buildinsr, Main Street. ATTOB27EYS. The agricultural imports during the $54,6l9,op3in addition. Whilo the govern" Tho 6ecrotary expresses the utmost con- nor should the government itself be perStates Senate. Richmond, first year of tho Wilson law (all of which ment has thus been compelled during the fidence that without new legislation the mitted In any way to weaken tho credit Kenthcky. are such as are produced in the United last 3J-- years not only to furnish gold entire amount of United States notes now and confidence of tho people in thoir paper II. B. HOGG, States) were of the value of $107,342,522. from the treasury for export to other conn authorized and outstanding can be easily money by using it for current exponsi-- in DR. H. H. ROBERTS.. IE GREAT OUERENOY PROBLEM. During tho last year of the SlcKinley law trios, but also a largo amount for the use maintained at par In coin, even If tho pres- excess of current revenues. the imports of tho same farm products of our pooplo at home, Its receipts of gold ent favorable financial condition should ATTORNEY AT LAW, It is a practical fraud for tho governKentucky on account of customs and other taxas change, but in order to j",s were of the valuo of $51,414,844. accomplish this ment to uso these notes for such purposes, "Office: Corner Duncan Avenue and Richmond, . Notably during the same time the im- havo been constantly diminishing since the coin reserve must be kept unimpaired, and it novor has been done excopt during I pod She Administration's Kentucky. Policy. July, 1890, and have now entlroly ceased." except by such payments as may bo mado this odmlnlstration. Every dollar thus Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. portation of tho 1 e timo Senator Sh the President Is produce in tho two articles (that we can -I have a graphlo map attached to the from It in redemption notes. Notes re- taken is an Impairment of the redemption United States) under the 0ffice Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 1 te 4 p. M ohI. to i!i Cause of Oar Fiuau-r- .i Wilson law were wool, valued secretary's report of 1894, which shows deemed should bo temporarily held in fund. It is tho misapplication of a fund tory will bo teeming with population. Tho at $32,589,-70Office No. 13 Firt street, up m., 7 to 8 p. m. CONGRESSMAN BAILEY. stairs. 'imIhioii nj 1 hKt lll l'olicy 'Woulil and hides, $24,023,239. Under the tho amount of gold In the treasury from place of the coin paid out, especially If it specially created by law for another pur- rapid growth of our cities, unexampled In -- t X X ttli I urrMcy Tlie Wilnon and SlcKinley law wool valued at $0,299,934 1879 to July 1, 1894. It steadily and almost appears that the call for coin Is greater In pose. The effect is to destroy confidence In tho history of mankind, will continu.j. A I . .itra. and hides valued at $10,480,562 were Im- continuously Increased from $140,000,000 amount than tho coin coming in duo the credit and safety of our paper surren-cy- . century spans tho llfo of the republic Telia What Ho Thinks of Hia Re- GRANT E. LILLY, ... Specialties... tt . McKmlrv ImrilT Law Rrvirved. ported. Importations What will the next century do? I have It has led to tho gold wool were In- on the 1st of January, 1879, to $300,000,000 into the treasury or tlie Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat publican Colleagues. t. .I ml of the Unit-i- l States and creased under the Wilsonof law sixfold, and on the 1st of January, 1891. Itthen stead- course is suggested that congressmints. de- for tho United Statesdemand fordo net:coin seen great changes in my llfo, but those and Stohacit notes. 1 "It might ATTORXEY-AT-LW, ily decreased to the 1st of July, 1894, when fine and set apart the coin reserve as a 1 m.urj Note? Opitoned. of hides twnnnd has been the design of the exe- who come after us will see greater changes that fold. Tho AmerDR. A. K. STEWART, In tilt Dreezy War the Texas Statesman ican fanner was thus deprived of his home it was reduced to $125,000,000, and, though special fund for "redemption purposes. cutive branch of the government, but that still. I may on some proper occasion heres Richmond, P. kMntT The president, in his market. Kextccky after glvo the reasons for my faith la our replenished by the largo sale of bonds, It Tho general available balance Is now treat- has boon its effect, and It should be preventChats About Facts Which Every PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ii n.ih to congress confined him- Voter In the Country Other importations mado during the was reduced Dec. 31, 1895, to the sum of ed as such a fund, but as this balance ed by tho Immediate action of congress. present financial system. AH I ask now is that you will not disturb It with your Richmond. During tho first term of Sir. may, at tho discretion of tho secretary of The resumption fund ii the safeguard of Dhould Know. iw.' DiiiHtrtHiit subjects, one our year under tho Wilson law of articles which Kentucky- vy.i.tc o. corner .viam and Second streets r n laiinns ami the other the comll- - wo can readily produce in this country Cleveland, when ho was powerless to affect tho treasury, bo unduly drawn upon for the money of tho people, nnd Its use for deficiencies, you will not rob it of its safeup stairs. Will practice in all the conns of guards, you will not return to tho days of "ur national fiwoixses. He followed were valued at $203,084,513, while under our currency and tariff policy, the senate the purpose of payment of bonds It would any other purposqjs a practical repudiaWashington, .March 5. (Special.) wildcat money, you "will not lessen the ""uwou a"a adjoining counties anil Court of the SlcKinley law the value of the same being Republican, tho gold increased from appear advisable that congress prescribe tion of the public faith. ti on the application i 'ihur "1 cannot but think of the play 'Much Appeals. $240,000,000 on the 1st or April, 1885, to the maximum and minimum of tho Tho president compl'ilns that tho notes savings of prudent labor or the accumulaarticles imported was $172,743,610. fund." Mi nnie doctrine to the controversy Congress neglected to enact Into law tho are presented and paid, reissued and paid tions of the rich. Time makes all tilings Ado About Nothing, " says CongressThe enormous Importations under tho $320,000,000 on the 1st of April, 1889. This r. nit Hritnln and Venezuela. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, Wilson law for which wo had to pay gold gold came into tho treasury without cost measures proposed, but neither tho con- again, making a continuousclrcult. When even. Let us givo to tho executlveauthorl-tie- s man Bailey, of Texas, "when I observe impress has heartily, perhaps necessarily amplo means to moet the appropriathe fanciful political performances of W. B. SMITH, diminished the exports of tho in exchango for United States notes or gress nor tho secretary of tho treasury an- did this circuit commence? Tho only anPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tions you have made, but let us strengthut with entire unanimity, sup- - United States. Our chief reliance in our gold certificates. ticipated that tho tlmo would come when swer Is wheti the administration, supportthe republicans during- the present sesATTORNEY AT LAW ' mi in mnlntnining en rather than weaken our monetary sysRichmond, . the interests foreign trade is to export products, mainUuwImi legislation. this fund would be applied to pay current ed by the last congress, treated a deficien. sion. Kenttk:ky lies at tho .ir of our country In tho field of ly agricultural, In sufficient quantity or It is just to Sir. Carlisle to say that he deficiencies in tho revenue amounting in cy. Why doe 'h-- j Llrcuit continue? It Is tem, whichond progress. foundation of our . 'in the first place the house and the Richmond, Kentucky. because the deficiency continues. The gov- prosperity more to pay for our imports, so that the attributes the withdrawal of gold to silver 2K years to $162,000,000. Bu,W!n- - No u i ii has not and will not approve country received notification from siCeo hours 11 to 1 anj 4"4 Mn Street, B. to tl.o financial poller of to s o'cJecic l.inu'ndatlons on the more impor- - balance of trade shall be in our favor. Un- legislation, yet tho Bland-Alliso- n act was The President and Mr. Carlisle Corrected. ernment Speaker Reed that nothing should be Office in Collins Building. Slicawber. It glvs Its lands and thinks Both the president and the secretary """" - .! ,iv i of our financial pulley nd es- - der the Wilson law wo exported in a year in forco from 1878 to 1890, when tho ac31.30 done by this congress. That sentiment DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, the debt paid. But the circuit continues. agricultural productions valued at $301, cumulation of gold occurred, and the great say that no provision was made for the if our currency. He has mistaken was eshoed by the republicans of the The money received for current revenue Is 578,885, while body of gold was withdrawn after tho act happening of such deficiencies, and say Richmond. year . Xentocky . of our present financial condl- - SlcKinley Jaw during the lastsimilarof the of we exported July 14, 1890, was repealed. In 1880. tholr only resort was the general fund of paid to rover deficiencies and Is returned INCREASING THE NAVY. senate, and therefore at both ends of J. C. & D. M. CHENAULT," pron aurihuting it to the demand for ductions valued at $371,125,299. the capitol they began to do nothing iu while I was secretary of tho treasury, the tho treasury composed of the resumption fur gold and then more bomK Tho secreTelephone at office and reside - 1 nited States notes instead of the I could pursue the nnalysis of these two government received over $60,000,000 of fund and the general balance In the treas- tary hopes Hint in two or three years there an energetic manner. ATTORNEYS AT LA W, i f revenue caused by ths legls- laws further. But I have said enough to gold in exchango for silver certificates and ury- But it is due to truth to say that in will be no deficiency. What Is tho ground Republican Congressmen Show "All went merry as a marriage bell G. W. EVANS. M I, explain the preference by the president of Tnited States notes, and yet this was done February, 1893, a short time before tho for this hope Is it thnt a new administraf t he last congress. He plaoes the . Lack of True Patriotism. until President Cleveland offered a Richmond, Kentucky. Richmond. tion will provide mere revenue and then tho Wilson bill. He believes In largo Im- after the Bland-Allisol act was in force close of the Fifty-seconKentucky. re tlni cause. Ho proposes as a oongross, when business suggestion to congress, and the circuit will bo broken? Why not apply (tie couverhton of the L"nittd portations at the lowest cost without re- and tho silver certificates had been Issued Mr. Carlisle was a member of the commitse"er.l "fJnllt '? ,he prlCUe' the remedy now?. Morgan Thinks That War with there was a flurry in the camp of dullSenator gard to the and of our under that act. United States notes and tee on finance of the senate and it was Office - . Chenault's in'isand the treasury notes into countrymen, industries believe labor careful silver certificates were more lf. I a4ain offer nv professional s.nnces ards and sluggards. It was like drop- c.ry. on Second street, hpaln l IneTltalile Amos Can- Trrasnry Notes. Reissue I In was t. rf. convenient to iaring bonds, thus increasing j discriminationwhile tho impositiona of such purchase cotton and com, and when main known that hewhen to be secretary ofoftho If defalcationsof oxur, congress should ping a queen bee into a hive of drones. uinc;s Kiuphatlc Demand for and treasury and probabilities ths a tiearingdebt nearly ? 600,000,- - unties on articles that compete with home talned at parity with coin will always be deficiency became apparent, rta of the residence of N B Deatherajeoa The republicans were all stirred up Store War Ships. that commit- Immediately supply the means to meet Seca4 : preferred in large commercial transactions as will nnd dreadfully agitated. They stopped W. R. SHACKELFORD, tee, upon my suggestion, with the appro- them, and congress and not tho adminislrMesa liiwof public policy productions protect diversify our employ- as . well as In tho current business of llfo riKlucea sitarp oontractiun of ments and and foster impartiality bation of Sir. Carlisle, reported an amend- tration must be the judge of tho mode doing nothing, and began to think. Washington. March 7. (Special.) DR. T. J. TAYLOR.j -In view of these official facts can any ment to tho appropriation bill as follows: Bnd manner of relief. The Invasion and ATTORNEY AT LA W. in add greatly to the burden of In all industries, whether of tho farm, of Out of the cavernous recesses of their tho workshop, the mine, tho forest or the fair man doubt as to the cause of our "To enable th secretary of the treasury to misapplication of the resumption fund are Tlie republicans in congTcss an as aggregate intellect Practitioner in Jfedicme and Surgery, i !. and arrest the progress of sea. I there was evolved Richmond, sbort-sightts- d ns they are narrow-minde- d been satisfied with any Kentucky. Richmond i i.rv American Industry which tariff ln--have not during my public life, financial condition? What other causo can provide for aud to maintain the redemp- of infinitely greater Injury to our people Kentucky. be stated than that about public affairs of the greatest the idea that they must put Cleveland made tion of Unltea States notes nccordlng to than the imposition of ten times the legislation rempi tes with foreign productions. in a bole. That was manifestly the rethough I have shared in framing many. I duced our revenues below our expend!-tuies- , the provisions of tho act upproved Jan. 14, Amount of taxation. aud gravest importance. OfJceantl residence on Third 8tnwt. , iiintisfcUiortedln tbee views prefer a law that Will practice in all the Courts. Office orer Rich impaired 1875, entitled On Mondnv morninfr last there vos a I publican mission. It is said that tho law their continv - i .fllfle. his able secretary of the ami encourage allwill impartially protect to maintain our confidence in our ability sumption of an 'Act to provide for tho re- ued reissue is mandptory. forThat Is "As soon as they stopped doing mond National Bank, sam e as CoL Caperton's. 4 currency at par and comD3NTAL STJBffSST. home industries and specie payments' $50,000, rot a Tneetinjr of tlie house committee on na- in his report to congress. It is regard tho SlcKinley law as Infinitely betposed the government to sell bonds proBnd at tho discretion of tho secretary he is fair construction of the law. The plain al affairs, for tlie consideration of j nothing and started to put Cleveland in nee I undertake to controvert ter than the Wilson law. which I bolievo vided for the redemption of United States authorized ti '.ssuo, sell and disposo o at meaning of it is that the redemption of DR. A. WILKES SAITm. bills making provision for additional n hole, they quarreled as to the methis tho cause of all tho ev lis which wo now notes in order to meet deficiencies? , li.iniis but my convictions are so What not less than par in coin, either of tho de- the notes shall not cause their cancella vessels for the ne,w navy, but owingto ods and means. Even assailing Cleve- STEPHEN D. PARRISH, DENTAL SURGEON, encounter by adverse balance of trade, by other remedy Is there for our financial difscription of bonds authorized in sold net tion. They are placed on tho footing of j. that they are in error that 2 hope land, small business though it was, was exportation of gold ami derangement of ficulties except to borrow money on the or bonds of the United States bearing not ' bank notes. What solvent bank would re- - the opposition of the republican mem- - t'oing cif the facts I will submit to A TTORNEY A T LA W, something, and the republicans Richmond, . . Kentucky our monetary svstem. ' Wilson law has best terms possible to pay current deficienIssue its notes when there was a run upon bers of the committee, nothing1 was nc- - I to exceed 3 percent interest, payablo l -nate ill convince it that the true produced n deficiency n?rml 1C1I.1.1I ff .. nncitirn UUII .t..ti.!t.. ' didn't know bow to do it. They finally Richmond, nnrl UCllllliC i vt W it? It would hold them until tho demand . . Kentucky. lu every hour and cies and to provide additional revenue for annually and redeemable at the pleascr ffV7l4.t. w.f. ' 'ililic policy is to supply the gov- - day that it has Imvh on the statute book, future wants? To this extent and for concluded to pass a couple of bills and ceased. Tho government ought to exercise character. these of the United States after firs years fro-r- . Orrtc-SraIth butJdwg. Main wnh ample menus to meet the while the SIcKinlev law has always pro- purposes I urn willing to support this adtheir date, with llko qualities, privilege tho same prudence. Tho president Is of the un mat same Monday morning- we send them to the white house where Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Desijns, Etc. hours, 9.00 to sa M ; 1:00 194 PM Street. Ofic ndmires ainl to pay each year duced a surplus until after the incoming ministration, however much I may dis- nnd exemptions j rovided in said act for opiuion that tho United States notes and read in the ' i they would be vetoed, and thus, after """Practice Itemed to dentistry. Report as to patentability of invention Free of t'ewsjinjiers the accounts of agree with its general policy. 'i ii i lie public debt. The gold re- - of this administration, and if administertreasury notes should bo retired and givo the bonds therein authorized to tho exteu ell, nothing would have been accom Charge. Unsurpassed facilities. But the president is not satisfied. Ho necessary to carry said resumption act into place to bank notos. This is a question for the mob violence shown towards the , plished, and Cleveland would have all ociurc applying ior a patent, write Moderate terms. ; mi il for the redemption of Unit- - ed since that timo bv friondly agents me. J c MOKGAN. would have furnished the government all I demands tho retirement and cancellation full effect, and to use the proceeds thereof congress to decide. It is certainly not of Americnn representative in Barcelona, the blame. It was a transparent pos ii.ites can tlwii be easily main- Spain, and tlie hostile demonstrations of all tho United States notes and treasury for tho purposes provided in said act and that opinion now, nor was tho last con i w ,ili iia except tle loss of in- - tlie revenue needed. ost litical game. But the people have been MORGAN & YATES, notes by the sale of bonds of tho United none other." gress of that opinion. Outside of 11 few which were made in Slailrid, in the so Cause or Oar Financial Condition. n i lie gohl in the treasury, but often deceived that the republicans PHYSICIANS. States bearing interest. In his annual This amendment was adopted by the large cities where banking facilities are vicinity of the residence of the Ameri- -- .n DENTISTS, The deficiency of revenue was the iiitfof interest on United States senate. It went to tho house of representaabundant and business Is conducted by can minister. Hannis Taylor. It seemed expect to deceive them again. i! in isury notes of five times Richmond. the primary cause of tlie demaud for gold messago he says: Kentucky. "The funny part of it all was the sur"In anticipation of impending trouble tives and was there referred without a chucks and commercial papor thore is no to be an occasion requiring- prompt and t h the gold lield in reserve. A for the United States notes. The gold n- ut r lietytfit than saving interest hoarded for resumption purposes was not I had on the 28th day of January, 1895, vote to the committee of conference, which dcslro for tho retirement of national paper patriotic action, and n report from the prise which awaited the farcical billj DR. H. R. GIBSON, Qttick Main Street, over Mason National rejected it, and as it was understood at the money. It is not right for the executive committee on naval ! in our people by a national pa-- i separated from tho money received for addressed a communication to the conBank. affairs, making1 in the senate. Up to that time the - in v at par with coin supported PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, current revenue, and this revenue being gress fully setting forth our difficulties tlm with tho approval of Sir. Carlisle, authorities to discredit this money by us- provision for increasing- our naval silver republicans had been as willing ing it for current deficiencies. It wan tho to do nothing as the gold republicans Richmond, " !.! of the I' nited States and re--1 insufficient to meet expenses the gold ac- and dangerous position and earnestly rec- who said It was unnecessary. No deficien. Kentucky. J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. Uso nnd dispersion of tho redemption fund btrength, would have had a 6alutary efM id mand lu coin at D. S. had been. But when it came to issuing the treasury cumulated for redemption purposes was ommending that authority bo given the cy nt thct time existed, but It was manithat created the circle of which he com- fect. secretary of tho treasury to issue bonds fest that the policy if tho incoming adrun ljial city of the United Suites. drawn upon to make good deficiencies. pold bonds, it was necessary for the . Richmond, Congressman Boutelle, of Maine, Office in the Joe Collins building, iS and This created a doubt of the ability of tho ' bearing a low rate of interest, payable by ministration would c,ite a deficiency. If plains. Kektsckt SecGovernment KeTennes. I .believe that under exiting lawn tho who is always brave with his voictj and silver republican senators to keep their ond Street, over White's new druzstore. ao aj- government to maintain the jiarity of their terms in gold, for the purpose of that amendment had become a law, the tinh (tiffk-ultrecords straight at home in their min in tlie way of an United States notes ,..rL.n.?n,i & rJ?e w9rV Pciahy. Q2C maintaiu'ng a sufficient gold reserve, and secretary could easily have maintained tho nggfegate 6tim of United States noten and reel-les- s with his vituperative partisan with coin and led to over Rice. Mam street. Office ho. i i 'ennce of our notes nt par with also for the redemption aud cancellation reserve and met deficiencies as they occur-le- d treasury notes issued undur M10 act of tongue, is ebairmnn of the committee ing states, and so they smashed the to xa m.. 1 to 4 p. m. ti-a-a ii f t that during this adminis- - their presentation for redemption in coin. of outstanding 1890, amounting to about $460,000,000, by tho proceeds of the bonds described bond bill with a silver amendment. CHAS. HOOKER, United States notes and The draft on the treasury for coin during nn nnvnl nTiiirs nnrl Ytt ilanMinntiMt tl... i tin- reeiiues of the government ' Do5u& nothing was a good joke, Doing can be easily maintained .at par with coin TirnnosiMon tho treasury notes issued for the purchase iuit. iw which WELBY AV. BURGIN, been sufficient to meet the ei- - this administration 1ms been greater than of silver If tho two amendments I havo mentioned VETERINARY SURGEON, under tho law of J 890. This recReduced Revenues Caujed Deficiency. the amount of deficiency of revenue durs auihnrizcd by congress. If oon- fore the committee: because, he said. j something was rather serious. It de are adopted by congress. These notcw are ing the same iienod. In every aspect in ommendation did not, howover, meet with a party split of large proporNor would deficiencies havo occurred Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. DENTIST, .il ( rnxided the necessary reenue would not do to immediately proceed veloped legislative approval." had not the president and both houses of a legal tender tot alltleUts public or pri- it tions. presidt nt and Mr. Carlisle had re- - which the subject presents itself to my Richmond, Kentucky IJ3 might have said that it was rejected the Fifty third congress, then In political vate. They are a debtor tho United States with the building of new battleships. mind I come to no other conclusion than Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. i l appropriations not man- "If Office up stairs over New ork Store, corner that tho deficiency of revenue ami tho con- by both bouses of congress, each contain- sympathy, united in passing a law reduc- without interest and without other mate- "Spain would regard it as a menace." just a the republicans had possessed fi.rm, but permis-iv- e. in so as to little bit of wisdom, they would Mn and First streets Richmond rial cost Congressman Amos J. Cummings, a sequent encroachment uion tho redemption ing a majority of his political friends 46- Street" T" ChenauIt' zrocery. No. 16 Seesnd ing the revenue below expenditures for the est on theto the government than the intert jn m'l'ures within receipts, tliey cost of tho coin or bullion held Tammany democrat, is a member of have stopped with their bond bill, and fund are tho causes of our present finanRetirement of United States Notes. ' n e n i difficulty first time sinco tho closo of the war nnd with the reserve. in the treasury to redeem them. Tbej are the committee, and ho said: "Well, With the oxperienco of 14 years tho peo- compelled tho exocutlvo authorities to apwhy returned to their previous determin iid h.ie been a stalwart act. In cial condition and that the only remedy ation to do nothing. is cithur a radical reduction of expendi- ple of the United States as well as their ply a fund created for tho redemption of preferred by tho people to any othur form not go ahead with our new navy, reBut Senator ttiili tlie president's character tures or an increase s of taxation, or United States notes to meet the ordinary cf pajier money that has boon devised. gardless of how Spain looks upon it? Morrill, of Vermont, has been in public representatives wero almost unanimously . n i it hin his power. All appro- They havo all the sanctions of law and all both. I do not believe that the con- in favor of a currency so easily maintained expenses of tho government life for nearly half a centurv. He is This demhit Ii are not provided to carry the security that has been or cin bo given We are not here to legislate for the dition requires a suspension of public at par in coin by the promise of the United onstrated fact is tho source and foundation ' t listing IawaroMri)!!-sic- , but works or a postponement of measures now by our bo.ids. Thoy have tho pledge of tha good will of Spain, nor of any of the nearly 90 years old, and comes of a gen OF all our present financial difficulties. ' itnrv. and his refusal it in coin and by ri eTjieiid In progress to strengthen tho nriny and States to pay$100,00u.00C gold holding in of I do not wish to criticise tho sales of public faith that they will be redeemed In Spanish dependencies. We are here to eration of sincere and honorable men. the treasury coin for its ii excess of the revuiuii-nf tho navy He assumed that, having passed a tariff THOROUGHBRED redemption when presented. No one conbonds authorized by the resumption act to coin. Tho substitution of these notos for legislate for the American people, and nt would not only Ik? jiis;i2Hl in the money It Is strangn that tho president In deal- templated that this reserve would bo used meet these deficiencies. Under the circum- state bank paperhavo Is one of tho great- I don't earn a rap what Spain or any bill pass house, the republicans meant IKilny, but woukl hae been est benefits that to resulted from the civit in the senate, and hence he yCy-'- - yBsjAJjtjj jgasrsJssMJT ijiI'Toed by tlie people of tlie ing with our financial condition should to pay current expenditures In all our stances tho administration was justified In il war. These notes havo all tho sanction, other nation thinks of our legislative called it up for passage. Then tha Ignore entirely the pregnant and controldoing this, even to the Impairment of the -procedure. We need six new buttle-pliip- s, legislation sinco tne war amplo means He knew as well as any lies MY BREEDERS 5 WERE SELECTED FROM resumption lund, but It ought frankly to protection and fcecurity that havo been or THE BEST HERDS ol this famo. nnd we need 15 torpedo boats; silver republican senators deliberately breed of swine .' mi e tlie close of tlie civil war to ling fact that during his term of office were provided to meet current expendiin say that the cause of the Invasion of the can ba given to our national bank notes, and we ought to build Uiein. "f Ins inaufcuration tlie expendi- - thus far three issues of bonds liavo boon tures without trenching upon this reserve, The soon- bolted from their party, and voted a?i with the added benefit that tho large savBredsoW8a8Pecialty- - Satisfaction Etiaranteed. Correspondence made, amounting in tho aggregate to and It was not encroached upon until Sir. resumption fund was the deficiency of reviie gnvernment linil been less than er we begin the better it wjll be for our against the consideration of a protec- AddSs. loikited. to meet current expenses in time Cleveland became president. Instead of enue created by faulty tariff legislation by ing derived from them inures to the poo- country. I have here a table which tive tariff bill. Senator Morrill tried a plo of tho United States Instead of the Our navy is gradually asthe last congress. awl expenditures each of profound peace. Ho attributes all our demanding more revenue, ho urged the re second time to secure the passage of the financial difficulties to the continued cir- duction of duties and secured the passage Such a deficiency Is discreditable to the bankers. Another reason founded upon suming formidable proportions, relst to 183. tariff bill; and again the silver senators rrepnetor. . . . . . Crab Orchard, Ky. culation of United States notes and treas- of a law which reduced the revenue and United States, with Its vast wealth and belief is that the national banking syitcm gardless of foreign opinion." i .it official statement it appears could nqt long endure if the United States After the coniinittce meeting T saw bolted from their party. ury notes, debts bearing no interest, forced tho treasury to encroach upon the resources. There is no difficulty in collectI .uid every year i during tlrnt long qjintnnjTnnjimiruijtiijTrtrixuiruu "These scenes of recent occurrence U ing by taxation all and more monoy than notes wero withdrawn. I will not at this Amos Cummings, and he declined to -amounting to nearly $500,000,000. His redemption fund to meet current obligauuuinminnnnnM was a surplus which was ap-mm uwulXLTlXiUTxi m time discuss this or any other of tho numer- make any statement, ne stntemont of the origin and history of the tions. If this policy Is adopUxl to compel is nocessary for its expenditures. It Is hue rctluctioii of tho public debf said: "The were running through my mind when I ous financial questions Involved.such an tho United States notes is strongly tinged the pccple of the United States to surrenmiliating to read in tho newspapers of tho referred to Shakespeare's play of 'Much miiTcst This debt amounted m. shtfV IbstV sVH rlsV policy of requiring tho Imports proceedings of the committee am not prejudice, havo ever negotiating those notes 15. to $2,381,530,284 On tlie with irredeemablefor though they wcro in- der the best paper currency they revenue Is day that our government isbankers, and, to bo paid in gold. Thoduties or are pur- given out for publication. I can only Ado About Nothing;' and you can now imports were for money from associated yet enjoyed, it will fail. If the for a time M 1M3, it was f5bo,034,200. inn, chased with gold, ore paid for in gold, and say that we are considering bills for see the application. wing a reduction of tho lnterosX convertible into bonds bearing interest wanted to meet current expenditures, it llko a dlstressed.debtor In view of bankthe new navy." "I never before knew of a party playpayable in coin. They replaced notes is- will be furnished either by taxation or by ruptcy, is offered by a friendly power Its wo may require gold duties. u lu of ?l,76,4tH),034 pub-tta- s Tlie Disposition of Silver Certificates. That is nil the modest fellow would ing the zany in this manner. I never sued by banks chartered by the several borrowing, or by both, but to create defiaccumulated gold to relieve us from our plrdged to this reduction in (9 heard of a party deliberately outlining The tiisposition of silver certificated is a say outside of the committee-roosupposed financial distress. Tho true remstates. ciencies In order to compel tho cancellai Inns and by the art creating a Oar Financial Ulntory. a policy of inaction. The people ol tion of United States notes by the issno of edy is to supply by taxation in some form much more serious problem. They are in but from another member of the comfund, and, though in some years m it dimply with the terms of tho They were tho best possible substitute bonds will not, in the language of the additional revenue, and, until this can be express terms redeemable in silver dollars. mittee it has been abcertajned that this country are taxed beyond all effected, to borrow from the people of the While 'the silver dollars are maintainor at Cummings was very p fund, yet in other years wo exfor coin, and inconnectioo. with thy bonds president, "meet with legislative approvurgent and insist reason for the support of congresn; United States enough money to cover past par with gold it would seem that there ent upon the its n quirvments and prior to this of the I'nited States they furnished ths al." consideration and favora- - and they have a rio-h- t to expect their srffd future deficiencies. Sir Cleveland in his message complains This done, gold was no injustice in paying tho sliver dol, the aggregate reduction of means bv which alonei the amir and navy will readily be exchanged for United lars for sliver certificates. Then comoi up ble report upon tlie pending bills. He public servants to do something-- or al - greater than tlie law required. could have been sustained during thwar. that when notes are presented for redempsaid thnt New- York, Boston, Phila- - least try to do something. It costs f question of the tion and are redeemed the law requires States notos, as was done from January, tho question of free coinage of silver, phfa, ri'ii lir- -t time since 1850 we have After he war was ovr Norfolk. Washington and other about $6,000 each day to pay the salaries which 1 regard as the most dangerous polthat thoy shall belong to the United States, 1879, to the election of Sir. Cleveland. - of revejue. Since tho 1st of retiremen. of the United States notes was ii deof contrress. Jus.t questions do not Atlantic coast cities need the not be relating bu; no ' i ii.il tollw 1st of December, 1805.- mooted, demandedparty or section of our they shallbut they retired,becanceled orand to The two defects in existing law the pres- ' icy. All these are vitalthe pressingI recom- of torpedo boats as well as ofdefense and running expensescosts $42,000 each wish to mltigle with shall redemption are mentioned by reissued think cf that! battleIt country a cancellation of these stroyed, debt lias been increased $ 162.mendation of tho president in his last an- ships, and that their construction ident: week to keep congress running. Dote? but differed as to the amount to be paid out again and kept in circulation. The First. That the notes presented for re- nual mpssago"that authority be given tho should not be longer delayed. The Democratic The right to reissue is a necessary incipeople of this country are paying tht.t in his recent annual mes- - letainetl lu circulation to a circulating note. Tho United demption must be reissued. It seems from secretary of the treasury to Issue bonds of niipl.tins that the law of Oct. 6, jiartv thee demanded tlie largest amount dent Chairman Boutellc, ami other repub- - expense out of their hard earned wagej. the United States bearing a low rate of Kimwn as lie SlcKinley act, was framed, while a new party, called the States does what every bank does. By this the newspapers that ho has found the pow lican members of the committee, how There is no income tax. and the rich ' Greenback party," demanded an unlimit provision it furnishes a note for circula- er to hold notes redeemed until thoy can interest payable by their terms In golfi for ever, are fin lent for tlie purposes of revenue." timid.,diplomaticand comerv-ativ-e, men escape taxation in that way, while ed issue without any provision for their tion better thai; any other yet devised by be exchanged for coin, a discovery that he the purpose of maintaining a sufficient i law thoLgh it, largely reduced taxa- and at a time when this countrv the poor people are compelled in rent, gold reserve and also for the reden.titlcn should have made sooner. - i mortaI man !v plat injr many articles on the free redemption in coin The Republican parHe also says: Second. That tho resumption fund is a and cancellation of outstanding United needs men of biood and iron in every clothing-- food and fuel to pay prices .mil granted a Ijounty for the produc-1- 1 ty provided by the resumption act o' 1875 "Tho government was put In tho anoma- part of tho general balance in tho treasury , States notes and the treasury notes isimed public position. which enable property owners to pay .f sugar, yet did not reduce revenues for tlie reduction of I'nited States notes The new navy was begun under the taxes; so that all of this expense of the w rxgit ndit tires but provided a sur- to the maximum of $300,000,000 and their lous situation of owing to the holders of aiju- - ujajr uu uppueu lu current expenai-ture- s. for the purchase of silver under tho law of Hp recommends the exchan 1840"." of first Cleveland - f UT ja,T62 57 June administration. As congress comes out of the plain people. 30. 1801, and redxiiiption In coin oa and after the first its notes debts payablo in gold on demaud Congress neglected to cure tho defects gold interest bearing bonds for the legal noon as the democratic party came into June 80. lb2, and fc,341, day of January, 1879. This reduction was whitb could neither be retired by receiv.very republican representative and Hull' lender notes of tho United States ond tho power Al! ' no the 30th of June, lb93, when arrested by congress when tho amount of ing such notes in discharge of obligations pointed out by me as secretary of tho in ISSS the new navy sprang senator knows as well as I do, what was president ami n dom- - tho United States notes had been reduced due the government nor canceled by actu- treasury In 1880, but I hope will correct substitution of national bank notes an our into being. Up to that time we had it costs to keep the congress running. majority in both houses of cou- - to $346,081,016, when both houses of con- al payment In gold. It was forced to re- them now at tho request of the president. only currency. He la supported in this by nothing but old wooden battleships They all know that it is an outrage large and influential classes of cur fallow - had been elected, all pledged It was not then anticipated that a defi- citizens, most of to ro- - gress had Democratic majorities. Provl- - deem without redemption and to pay withy upon the people to have congress in sesthem engaged in banking and the obsolete monitors. ' out acquittance." ciency of revenue would occur or that if lie HcKinley act and to reduce du siun was made for tho redumption of tho That tlie SlcKinley act did not pro- - United States notes by coin on demand !t It saems to mo that when the irovern- - it did occur tho government would use a or classed as capitalists. Their arguments w e have tep modern battleships, ready sion, and deliberately determine to do mainly rest upon the difficulties encoun- for service, and they are capable of nothing. munt redeems ls noto tho former holder fund specifically pledged for another purBut, knowing these facti, in. ire revenue in 1698 and 1&94 is not and for their reissue, nnd authority was tered by the administration in maintain- holding- their own with the best battlenote has to say whother it the republicans, as a matter of party i"ir of surprise. Any tariff law de- - given to sell United States bonds for that of thebe reissued 1.or right Tho last sentence pose to meet current liabilities. ing a reserve in coin to redeem United ships of any navy in the world. shall not. iced by tlw jmrty in power, with a purpose. Redemption of Notes. Th inks policy, determined to do nothing; and States notes. Thoy forget that during a to isi to refteal it and to reduce duties, Frum the first day of January, 1879, to is without a raeauing. If tho United the sagacity of the democratic: ad- after President Cleveland exposed them Notos once redeemed should only be reperiod of 14 years, whon the revenues of il prevent importations under the old the election of Sir. Clovolnud in Novem- States redeems its note, the holder has issued for gold coin, and such reissue the government exceeded the expenditures ministration, between 18S5 and 18S9, in his ringing message of last Decemmil thus lower the revenue. Early in ber, 1892, there was no disturbance of the nothing more to say, aud when tho United should bo mandatory whon coin is deposand whon the public debt was being re- the new navy was placed well under ber, they tried to fool the people, but tier, 183, at the first regular ses- - orderly receipts nnd exchange of gold and States pays out a note It always takes a ited In tho treasury. in With this provision duced with unexampled rapidity, Shore way, and its progress has not been have Bimply fooled themselves. receipt, which Is an acquittance. n nf congress during Sir. Cleveland' currency. The gold deposited In tho treas8 "I wish that you could place these The president saj s that In April, 1893, of law tho scarcity of currency would was no difficulty in maintaining our notes checked. The cowardly republicans i a bill was formulated-anas foou as ury in exchange for gold bonds in tho create such a demand for it that gold would at par with coin. There is scarcely a doubt of for the first time sinco its establishment, facts in n simple narrative manner the committee on naval affairs canulile imssed the liouo of rejiresenta- - summer and fall of 1878 amounted to $95,- - this reserve amounted to less than bo freely deposited in exchango for tha that In all probable The.-LatesLine of i the people; so that they may know That bill met tlie liearty approval 500,000. Tho ordinary current revenue in more portable and convenient notes of the or finance, except tho conditions of trade not long- delay the necessary legislative Gilf containing at that date only contingency of war, actio'n for the completion of our r avy, of what stuff the republican party is 'he president If it had become a law tho treasury conducted the vast operations This significant statement made United States. The resumption fund tho whole mass of the United States notes for, as soon as possible, we Tiginally presented, tho deflclenoy in of tho government without friction or made. I wish that you could get these should be should bo segregated from all other mon now In be iiiniuuiiui'ii at reciuie would have been much great- - trouble for nearly 1 4 years. United States as to tho earliest days of his administra- eys of the Lnitcd States and paid out only I par withcirculation can supported bynre-- regarded as a first-clainstead of u facts before the people on every quarcoin if it Is now, but conservative Democratic notes were at par with coin not only in tion should have excited in the mind of in redemption of United States notos. serve in nava) power. If we should ter section of this country. I know of gold coin or bullion or silver bul third-clas- s n it irs wih the aid of Kepublicnn sena every part of the United States, but in the president an Inquiry into the cause of With such provisions In the law tho rehave war with any European power, that the republican farmers and blacklion in duo proportions equal to tho reduction of the reserve. Tho real d rs (rreaily improved the hotiso bill, add every country In the world. During all for purpose was tho pro- sumption fund could not be Invaded to or of the amountof snob notes. the fighting would nenrly all be done smiths, would not want to give their t ,cr duties and changed the scope of that long period United States notes were ceeds of $95,500,000 bonds and no more. meet deficiencies In tho revenue. Thoy votes Concemics; Bimetallism. ,.', on water, and we should be thoroughly litical to a party of inertia and of pof measure. With these amendments it presented for redemption, but in amounts In addition to should be provided for by bonds or certifithis reserve It is nocessary cates of indebtedness A careful stfady of the systems of blink- equipped for every emergency. 1 auif a law. tomfoolery. If the people could Six The president refused to comparatively insignificant. I have here a of small denominahand --'ti it expressing his opposition to the table prepared by the treasury department, to have onsum to meet current expenditions at a low rata of interest, which would ing, currency and coinage adopted by the more battleships and 15 torpedo loafs be made to understand all about the of from $20,000,000 to principal nations of Europe convincem mo .ate ainendments, and yet now sup shameful folly by which it appears that during 13 years tures the 210 Main Old At certain periods a largo balance be readily taken by the people through na- that our system, when cured of a few de- would make our navy invincible for of congress, of this winter's session pirts it when deficiencies have been grent-t- t from tho Ut of July, 1S79, to the 1st of they would arise, almost is accumulated to pay the interest of the tional banks, subtrcasurles anduostofficcs. fects developed by time, founded upor. the defensive purposes, and there should 1892, the redemption of United July, increased, when the public debt is There seems to be a misapprehension of public debt and other large JiAJJ T T70 TV A bimetallic coinago of gold and silver main- be no delay in the matter. Even with in a revolution, and hurl the republican c; and doubts are expressed as to States notes In gold averaged less than for thov army and navy. Anydisbursements iho diffiooltreflof maintaining the redempexcess should tained at par with each other, with free such additions to our navy we would party out of power and out of all pos'he ability of tlie government to maintain $3,000,000 a year, while during tho last be at cmco applied to the reduction gwnrtnjtnnivinrtfij sibility of getting- into power." of the tion of United States notes. Tho nominal national banks established in every city not be fully equipped for offensive war8J4 years tho redemption of United States principal of its notes at par with coin. the public debt. This line of Value of these Is $346,681,016. This Is ths and town of Importance in tho Ux.ited fare in the event of serious complicaThurjlajt. The president makes no .mention in his notes and treasury notes exceeded reduced volume from the maximum outpublic policy was States, issuing their notes secured tions with1 the first-clas- s nations of the for each year. During tho first 13 of January, 1879, continued from tho 1st standing during tho civil warof $450,000,-00of these deficiencies, no mention A Distinction. to the 4th of Slarch, of the issue of interest bearing bonds to years gold was exported in largo quantiBut this sum of $346,000,000 Includes doubt by United States bonds or some world. 1893 Including the first administration of "There is a man who continually equivalent security redeemable on dodiaud meet theui. The secretary of tho treasury ties, but it was not drawn from tho "We will have war with Spain, and all tho notes lsst aud destroyed by casual, in C0 ua ! Sir. Cloveland. During this period many AND DEALER IS United States notes, and tha issrte of steals my id?as,"said theyoungwriter. is more frank in his statement. Ho reports but during the past 314 years times more gold was deposited in tho ty since tho first issue in 1862. Tho amount an amount of United States notes and the guns will be booming- inside of an"He's a kleptomaniac, sure," replied was drawn from the reserve and treasury a deficiency of te9.b08,o0 3b during the lost than was paid out. Large amounts thusto ha3 been estimated from $20,000,-00- 0 treasury notes equal to the aniouut now other month," says Senator Morgan, of his medical friend. ForBB-ud-ifflorifiscal year ending June 30, 1894, and for $305,000,000 exported. The balance With $40,000,000, reducing the notos that euAlabama, late of gold woro deposited in tho treasury for the commit$42,805,-22- 3 the year ending June 30, 1895, the domestic supply of gold was bearded gold certificates. The publlo debt was could be presented to $320,000,000 or less. outstanding, with provision fur a rajahle tee on foreignchairman of "There has "You mean a plagiarist," relations. increase with the Increase of population, 18, and for the six months prior to in the United States. "No. A kleptomaniac'll take things largely diminished. Not n shadow of a Tho national banks In certain large cities always redeemable In coin, supportoi by lon:r been an estrangement betiveen AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, Dec 1, 1895, $17,613,539.24, in n.I Carlisle's Report. doubt had be-;cast upon the ability of are required to keep on hand in lawful an amplo reserve of coin in tho treasury Spam and the I'nited States, and the whether they are of the slightest value The recent report of Secretary Carlisle the government to redeem its notes or to money of tho United States an amount not to be Invaded by deficiencies of rev inue Cuban struggle for liberty has intinsi or not," Washington Star. Tombs, Tablets, Xo complaint was made thnt the Slcshows prior to 1891 the demand for malnt.iln its reserves. The minimum nev- equal to nt least 25 per cent of tho aggreand separated by tho subtreasury sy item fje( ne estrangement, because our, peo- gate amount of their notes in circulation Kinley law "was Inefficient for the pur-los- coin forthat United States notes during a pe- er fell below $100,000,000. Headstones, Urns, WUhthe re!Pt''ndJple have viewed with horror and and their deposits, and, all other banking of revenue" when the Wilson bill was riod of 13 years from July 1, 1879, to July .. ... .inflicted . upon of the government such a The Resumption Iaxt. associations are required at all times to landing. The objection to the SlcKinley 1, 1893, was only $43,310,896. while tho tne cruelties Statuary, Etc Nor would tho reserve have fallen below havo on hand In lawful monoy of the system would make our money curre it in uiimation law was that it was n tariff" receipts of gold for United States notes ,M. that minimum during and after 1893 but United States nn amount equal to at least commercial circles in every land and c ime, the Cuban patriots by the Spanish FINE WORK' A SPECIALTT and the Wilson bill was a'revenuolarlff " during tho satno period amounted to 0. The passage of the senate for tho; known policy of tho president to 15 per cent of the aggregate amount of uetter than the best that now exist In I havs a statement showing the receipts Tho withdrawals from tho treas- reduce duties on imported goods, followed Europe, better than that of Great BrI aln, resolutions of sympathy, for Cuba jirac-ticail-y and expenditures tinder each law each ury from July 1, 189-?- . to Doc 1, 1895, their notes in circulation and of their de- which now holds tho purse Your Trade Solicited. strings o the produced a crisis. Spain jjwill soon by the enactment of the tariff law posits. nionth the SIcKIoloy law from its passage have amounted to $160,266,512. world. MAKER, fight for her power over Cuba, just as now In iorcc, resulting in n o rcduc DRESS to the election of Cleveland and the Work delivered to any part of the As the term ' lawful money" includes I will road what ho says in his report: It Is not given to man to foresee with fche hnk fAnclit for her nlher AmMiran tion cf revenue nnd In deficiencies thnt Invfmm Its passage to Dec. 1, 1895. State. "Tho withdrawals from the treasury be- could only be paid out of the resumption gold coin there Is a disposition by timid certainty the future, bat if wo may j ldge . for Designs and jjk: Leaves this week for Looui- dependencies: but she will be defeat- j'untK tiio S. mouths of the MeKIuIoy j tween July I, 1879 aud July 1. 1892 bank to convert their United States notes tho Prices. future by the past, the growth tlie nr rage monthly turplus was amounted to $43,810,896, while tho gross fund. ville to collect styles and Into coin, aiding In depleting the ro- - progress of our country will continue tlw I cS we xv'" uathjiihled iy havtKvar sj It Is but fair to state that tho resutnp aomption thus f' During tho exlstcnco of the j exports during tho same time amounted reserve. TIilo ought bo preyrC other items. Will re tufa how GEO. O. BOZIER, Proprietor. with Spate. 1 diversity tlonaiitof 1875 did not sucrreiTata the re vented by a provision cf law that toho bank expand and extent- - of our laduetrletl' win t a vertud fer way dd not bee tisne."it ess be " srti law the average monthly deficiency to $389,354,757, showing that $346,043, 83 sumption I i Med opea up lsgth of tho vast .laius of our broad jfrl. bttsineiB Cower Frwei sdlzvii Streefc. fund from tho general balance, reserva of lawful noiiejr stuM be United vw $4 6.J4)3. If tba SIcKiulcj- - low was. was supplied from sources outside of the nor did it provide that iMtss Tkckm MMwh tbelSth. rdKiia OTKIMHdsKi BHBKssssS3Bs2ii!' 4 I fliECwi treasury, but the withdrawals from Joilr nf( '1 If :j .t I n r r f JL. O a & SHERMAN ON FINANCE. J 4V . J AB&oiuurmix pure 1, - '-- A 0110-hn- ftH.-TH.- usi me-sag- rjjsrtez2?$x - ;orti . i n d .... S. 1 ti jro-3I-3- C . nt i i -- -- v -- H i.r i . ir f V ..,. -- - 5t i 6- -- - ... - i 1 ) -- - V,ii i xpi-nt- pcr-lmp- The Blue Grass i ktd DlRiC-JERSE- Y RED HOGS. - i -- $162,-315,40- 0, s j- - , R. H. BRONKUGH. 111 i 1 (2 -- iiLii ULUI lalllllBiII arn n OODSLI Everything East. New and Fresh from the! :Bi&L2 . I i . 'ti . LATEST STYLES: pri-ul- ent 1 J ;In Clothing, Dry Goods, Shoes, Haisj and Trunks. Goods at , ' j-- theD To-da- BRIGHT PRICES - CtoH &s E3&m!s6 &Mmtmm mmi M t&e elty ii ii: C: U: 11 1 bo-fo- re $100,-000,00- - 0. 11 ' ss 1 r x wf ' ' vo ouo-tbfr- n one-fourt- h HENRY KLEIN & SON. Street, $40,-000,0- 1(1 Bronston Stand. Mnn $100,-000,0- 00 mo-sa- ge bej-on- 0. Madison Monumental "Works J -- $360,-000,0- llubb $180,-21.02- 3. SHCH tes $160,-000,0- Mrs. J, 2mith, WI1-N"- la-g- g) 1 UrWrit8 " T i i M, I - re - J5 -- . -- II "y ': WbBEBUBBSbBiK&z.. ! ., ""ill fsjiirt t r iJh M m 4F " ft ,.,. .,.. I i . i. !' y ' " r "" t THE CLIMAX. EDITbK, I it I I b, lliiiy Wi Be it enacted bv the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky : Some of our folks have been attending rUBLISKCU tVEKT WKDMESDAY BY Section 1 That upon written applicachurch at Berea for the pa? t two weeks. tion, directed to the County Judgeof any Co. J. P Soperis having a well drilled. county in this Commonwealth, asking for a vote in said county upon the prolena Watkins is on the sick list. position to have free turnpike and gravJ'RIClii PER YKAR, $1.50 in"Win. "Watkins is going to Illinois, stead of Win. Martin as stated last week, el roads in said county, signed by a nuiu-bervotersof said county equal to 15 pi-- r 189G WEDNESDAY. MAKCH, 11 It is said that Jim Todd also is goinc. cent, of the votes cast at the last precedWaul Young and a young Chasteen general or county election in said CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENThave been arrested accused of breaking ing of the Judge sate, a few weeks county, it shall be the duty open "Weas Lambert's of the County Court, at the next regular John S. Oum.kv, of Lincoln county, is go but Young escaped guard and is a catuiiiiate for Coiiyress, to raprebein gone. term thereof after receiving said petition, the Nth District, bubiecl to the action of to make an order on bis book, directing AY. D.iker, who Tiiere's some talk of K, the Democratic party. an election to be held in said county at moved to Berea about a mouin ao, cum he next regular or county election in '0 Grebxhalge, of Massachusetts, tng back to Wallaceton to live. occur within said county that does-no- t is dead. "Hud" Leigher, of Brindle Ridge is in sixty days of the date of entering the neighborhood. He has nearly lost order, to take the sense of the qualified Transvaal, A nuenia anil our uis mind be Las been to the Asylum voters of said county upon the projxisi-tio- n U'A.ure spilling their best Mood nice and it is thought he will be to have free turnpike and gravel sent off again. Se vtor Khxel Weiinoek, of LoUlb-villroads in said county, which order shall liel, .Vundav, aftet a brief illnes, direct the Sheriff or other officer of said of pneumonia. county, who may be anpointed to hold said election, to open a pull at each aud mi. Kll LE IS OF MAIUSOX STUCK. The farmeis have taken advantage of all of the voting precincts iu said county, the good weather aud are plowing iu full for the purpose of taking the sense of the M. John Boyle, of Louibville, nomi blast. qualified voters on the proposition aforena.ed by the Ueiulilicau caucus foi Reuben Agee died suddenly while at said. I niied Status Senator, ie a son of tin Sec. 2 It shall be the duty of the late Hen. Jerry T IJovIh, of Danville, bis dinner table. He was well as comfor mon but had oeen complaining who whs a Kin of the diMinuislied.ludp County Clerk to give the Sheriff of the years. He leaves a long string of conJuliuHovie of tlie Keninckycourt of county, or such othei officer as may be ipnointed to said election a certified a native of Madirou comity. St. nectionsThe Intys have legun fishing, but onlj opy of the order, as it appears on the orJohn Boyle is 4S ycun old and was eduder book within five days after it is made; cate! at Center and 'Yale. Hewab onc lew aie reported caught yet. The farmers are sowing as many elected Judge of the ourt of Appeals, and it Bliall be the duty of the Sheriff or Kecd as usual, although several r to Republican claims but other offieerto have said order published man but Mill have their old crops on hand. seated. He it a tio-in some weekly or daily paper published will never "0 to the United JStattsjfcenate Small crain looks very bad iu this in the county for at least thirty days prior neighborhood. to the election, and also to advertise the FKEETUKM'IKES. The hemp crop is about broke out and same by written or printed handbills, posted in at least four conspicuous places KentuckvV Senate and Honte of Hep sold. in each voting precinct for the same turn-pik- i refcentatives have tsed a free Chicken tlives seem to be. numerous length of time. All elections for this pur l.ivf which in iuMhel in full elsewlieri in this neighborhood. pose being held at some regular election in Climax. The Governor liar Several mad dogs in the last few iu November, tl.e same officers that hold E'gned it, or will do w. It is a Iength w eek6. the regular elections shall hold this elec law, but not difficult to underbtand. Corn is selling at $1.25 per barrel. tion, which shall, in all respefts, be held voter in Madison county ought ti John deathman is here from Missouri in accordance with the provisions of the raij it a the question will doubtless general laws of this State, the questions: 011 a visit, after being gone 14 vears come to a vote next Noxember 'Are you in favor of free turnpike and those win The giavel roads?' being printed on the bal want free pikes will be to secure seei. lot a6 provided for in the general election hundred and llfty iiHtiiCtj of voters to a law, section 1459, Kentucky Statutes. etitloii to the County Judge asking bin Esq. John Stapp went to Nicholasville Sec. 3. At the close of the polls the loonier an elect ion This must be Monday morning to sell his hemp crop b bullicient uiuiiey to defra election officers in each precinct shall He realized 4c per, pound. count the votes for ard against the propexjiensett. Miss Alice Ellwood, of Pineville, is An election will le ordered bv tin S lending a few days with her friend osition, and make certificates thereof. showing the number of votes cast for the ('omity Judge to bebeldmxt Novemlwi, Miss Belle Million. proposition and the number cast against, ofh or am to le conducted by the same The party given at Mr. Stapp's Friday which certificates, each officer retaining in the same manner as the regular eler night was well attended All bad a good a copy thereof, and all disputed ballots, lion HiouM a majint of the voters b line eating snow white captains. if any, shall be returned to the County in favor of free pikes, the Fiscal Coun Luther Ferrell, of Favette, was on the Clerk with the other election returns will then take charge of the Mattel. It is a matter of liihcretKHi iiKn tin ridj;e Saturday night. When ready to The countv Examining or Cam a sing partol the Fk-- c Court a to how tbe ake his departure he discovered his Board ehall canvass the returns, at the will proceed ami how far they will go horse was gone and at last reports has same time and iu the same way as the for the regular election are can ami when The statute twys in sectioi not been heard of. vassed, and certify, immediately upon ' may by 5, that the Fiscal Court T.C. Adams, the handsome, (? editorof gift, lease, jmrcliHse or contract, any 01 die l'antasrapb, and his brother, of Fay- the completion of the canvass, the result all the turnpike roads, or parts oFench as ette, were the guests of Miss Belle Mil in writing to the County Judge, showing how many votes were cast for the proplie within the county, on the best terms lion and friend last Tuesday night osition and how many against it in each with Hiblic interests, in the woithless rowdv perfumed consistent Some discretion of said court, aud may provide Maple drove school house Friday night precinct and the total result iu the coun tv. each member of Countv Board retain for the - instruction of new turnpike or lr empting the contents of his obnox ing a copy of said certificate- - At the good de graiel nils, when the public ihis w hisky stomncb in it next regu ar term of the County Court, wiain1r.it"' Thus it is been that the ei Miss Annie Million accompanied by after leceiving the same, the County ti'e matter is in the hand of the Fisca. VI iss Florence Cobb spent Sunday with Judge shall have said certifii ate spread Irour- t- ihm the county Judge to do ar her parents. upon his order book. tbev think lie-- U when they think best Preaching at Antioch chinch next Sec 4 The County .Indue shall not and where tbev think bet. As an ex -- undav bv Rev. Jesse Caldwell. make an older for election until the pe a roau or a periiueiif the eourt "an lease titioners pay into court a sufficient part thereof for a term of years, long 01 amount of money to pay for the order, short, ami manage it in any way the printing, advertising and other necessarv court thinks IhtU a to maintenance, to r M. B. Farran, of Cincinnati, was here expenses. bow it will work, the cost thereof, hee the court may take all the roads, at Wednesday on business. Sec 5. If it 6liali appear that a majoronce. ity of all the votes cast for and against M. F. Wharton went to Lexiugton Frisaid proposition are in favor of said prop No plan is laid dow n by the statute for day 011 a business trip. the management of the roads seemed b Mr. A ruett of Nicholas ville, spent a few ositioir, then the Fiscal Court may ac the county. The court can adopt auj hours in our town Wednesday. He was quire, by gift, lease, purchase orcontracl, system it pleases. mistaken for Gev. Bradley by some of any or all the turnpike roads, or parts of such as lie within the county on the is more exacting than othei oHr townsmen. Section 12 best terms consistent with public inter Elsewhere tbrouchout the sectioi.s. The grand jury of Jessamine county in ests in the discretion of said court, and btatnte f 10 sectionH the word may is its recent session returned fourteen may provide tor tlie construction 01 new used with reference to acts of the court, against Win. and J. L. Sowers but in section 12 the law says the coun for violation of local option law in that turnpike or gravel roads when the public Said Fiscal Court may f.iui.1. That it shall proceed to appoint county. J. L. Sowers wis tried in two good demands it lew a tax, from year to jear.on all the fix a piice upon an a commission to cises Friday before JudgeScottand found road that the directors do not wish to juiliy in the first ase. He pleail guilty estate of every kind assessed for State Furrender to the county and take it just 111 the second case Wm. Sowersdid not and county purposes, not to exceed in twenty-fiv- e cents on the one as if the directors awl stockholder had appear on account of being seriously any vear dollars of taxable property, for hundred wbatexer in the road We sick. no interest the purpose of paying for and maintain do not believe section 12 is constitutionThe sad intelligence was received here ought to by wire Friday that Mr. and Mrs. James ing such roads as may be acquired under al. Every ow mr of pioj.erty in repair. have a voice in the price of his property. Lightner of Lomore, Va., had both died this act and keeping them Sec. G. All turnpike and gravel roads It is strange that the eourt should be Thursday. Mrs. Lightner was a daughor constructed shall be allowed its disci et ion in all matters sae ter of L.J. Huden. E. L. Haden a brother thus acquired come public roads, and shall be main which is nearest an encroachment tint of the deceased left for Lomore on the by and through upon the constitution, and in that to be night train. It was a shock to tiie fam- tained and kept in repair the provisions of the Fiscal Court. Said is the ily, being so forced to proceed whether it unexpected. Sympathies conrt may provide for keeping them up, courts lest judgment or not. II the are extended the bereaved family as is directed and permitted under the may proceed 1 the court utatiite had sai Drifting away from each other general road law, or it may ad pi other cau-of free turntn appropriate, the To that laud of love. rules for the maintenance, repair and pikes would have hud more advocates. No wrong to each, that the world can management of the same. But said roads It is discretionary with the jeople, reach shall be free of toll to the traveling pubwhelberor not tbev will pay each year In that heaven above. lic And all toll houses, and the land the expense as they arise, or issue bptnls occupied for the use thereof or owned or Nothing of doubt or wrong, payable in thirty years. held by any turnpike road company, Nothing tbat either can cure. Tbere n be no doubt that the trade which may be acquired tinder this aw, Nothing to shame, nothing to b'anie, and business trenerally of Richmond or ownershall pass with the posses-io- n AVheth-Nothing to do but endure. would e increased by free pikes ship ot such road, to be held by the Fiswould equal the increased business Only the bereaved ones striving cal Court for the use of puch road, and the increased taxes isa problem. Nor can Bitterly hard with their fate, may be leased or reuted by said court, there lie any doubt that country Only a dear one above aud the proceeds thereof shall be applied business would corstores and eountrv To live in a perfect state. to the maintenance of the county roads respondingly suffer There is also no acquired under this act- - The Fiscal Drifting away from each other doubt tbat the people who stay at home Court may either rent or sell the toll To that home above. mosily would pay for those who travel. Nothing between but the worlds cold houses and lots that may come into their Here is a deep pioblem for the people possession, but the parties owning the screen of Madison county. Here is a chance f.tr land from which the toll lot came ott of How sadly we mislier love, of dollars Here is epMling thousands originally shall have the tefusal of pur a jquestion of whether or not it is better chase. AVe are or not than the present system. Sec. 7. The directors of any turnpike wood. - for the greatest good to the great alwayor gravel road are hereby authorized and B. F. Hubbard has the contract for tare number of people. So far we are unempowered, through their President, to able to see the greatest good to the great-e- rying the mail from Portvvood to Rice's. convey to the Fiscal Court purchasing proposition: T. T. Roberts, of Portwood. has rented number in tllis same the title to such road, and when so his fine Blue Grass farm to John Miller. directed by a number of stockholders has a warehouse receipt in- T. T. w ill leave for Beattvville. Louisville representing a majority of all the stock surance company. TTt in said road he shall make such conveyAnhbishop Kenrick died at St. Louis ance In any road in which the State last week. has an interest the Governor or his proxy Miss Ella Hislp lK returned from a visit to shall be authorized to vote the stock of relative at Collegft Hill. tlie State. In roads in which the.coun-tM i Adriie Ilurnslde. of Lncer, who linn owns an interest, the County Judge viMli g Jliw Allie VValkfr. returned Below are letters remaininc uncalled leen Mnndny. may appoint an agent to vole the stock home for the week ending March 1Kb. IW. Mr. Atlarmon, of LoulKVlHe, filled ttie of the county. Anderson William pulpit at the P.eoliyterlon church Wnndny. Adams Mr Arm-stea- d Sec. 8. When the entire turnpike purKv. Wm. Potter went to Ml. Sterling San-da- chased by a Fiscal Court lies wholly Bou man Lucy Eoatwricht Eliza tn jircurh for Hav. Mr. Kellnr. within the county by which the same is Calvin Annie Uev. J- - R. BoalmatrVlMted friend at this purchased, the transfer of title shalMie Clav Miss Belle place Sui'dny. Che-nauWaue made as provided in Section 7, and thereW. It. Walker left Thnrsdny for Knoxvtllr, Jj.jumii Miss ihefieorge upon the charter, franchise, etc., of any accept position TVnn., 10 Gentry J""a GUcken EI. Brown Hnr'wPre Co. Hl many frlhd such turnpike or gravel road 6ball be at Harris & Hackett E Harris Gill wish him sucties'. once dissolved and terminated. But ilutchens Miss An I when any portion 01 any turnpike which Kntb Hifd. nie' county is purchas-jdi- 8 " ago aynunK Virginian lies in more than one 3rean Mr Louis About five years herein authorized, the title tosuch " named Lichtner; emplpyftl by H- - B HanJones Miss Maggie '- so purchased shall be conveyed 10 Kindred Brown Cxaan Mrs Lillie ger, in bnildinir the R. N. I. & B up part in Tali creek, married a daughter of Leroy the county purchasing it the manner pk "Lux Mrs George before recited, and such transfer shall in Moynbean Miss J. . Haden. They have been living in IiirpyJno nowise affect the charter, f.r privileges ia pk A'trginia. Last week, Mr. Haden receiv Kite ox franchises of any turnpike road com Martin Tom Mrs Sally ed a diopafch announcing that his daughselling euch portion as to the panyhad died within fifPinter Miss Lena Tarfeoh&T E ter ami remainder of theiurnpike,of suebjcom.- Bony J M . Jewell "Willis teen minutes of each other. No partiUUl as to me pari so sum me - ,pany Mia Nannie culars w ere given. cluirter shall heand become terminated, Stone Mr John ijbtpftftnl Sallie a3d the comj any bliall be nt once releast It " ill Ho Yn (land-ArTeinpiin Turner you constipated ? Do yon have eSfioin any and all responsibility con Ueg.is Miss Kate under its charter Sick Headaches 7 Is yon r Nervous sy-s- cerning bucli portion, Walker 2vaniiie calling-fo- r please tern. Liver or Kidneys out of order 7 If or the laws of the State.' "Wben above letters Sec 9. lhe Fiscal Court shall have s ' jwiv Hdvortlsed. so. core Tourfell V' '"K " eapfexioa. I the ptiwe.-- and auhoriy to kfc&e aad sell J.JJ.W1LU8. j cry Tea. It ifWov6 the ..... . Mi .. t I J)OQd troffl time touuiefv HhiH tii conP.M. IPncf2c. iKENCH TIPTON. - -D. P. ARMKR, - - - - . CORRESPONDENCE. J AN ACT TO PROVIDE? FREE TURN-TIKAND GRAVEL BO ADS. TO BE LEFT TO A VOTE E O' THE I'EOIL3. Maxageb Wtillacetoii. The Climax Printing of - lnvt-eisiA,th- e, Ruth ton. Ttt d to-da- ttt New,bv. 1 e v.alley View &-O- 6titutional limitations, for the purpose; of purchasing and maintaining the roads so acquired or constructed under th s ace, said bonds to bejir interest not to exj; ceed. 6 per cent per annum, wih coupons attached, payable semi nnnuul'y; Ujese bonds to be in denominations of not less than one hniidred dollars or more tlau one thousand dollars, to' run not more than thirty years, aud to be redeemed within that time at pleasure of the courti and to 1m sold st not less than par value. But before Imnds authoriz-1 under this hi t sliall be issued the Fiscal Court. ofihe county shall, by an or der eniered of lecud. call an election to be held, and direct a oll to be opened at the iv xt legular or county election to be belli in the munty. which does not occur withiti sixty days from the date of the oiiler calling said election. It shall be the dm v of said Fiscal Conn to direct the Sheriff of the countv to adver tise said elecii 11 and the object theteofj for at least thirty days next before the day thereof in som. newspaper having the largest ciicnlatmn in the county, ami also by printed handbills posted upai not ltss than four public plates in each voting pn cinct in the county, and at the door of the Courthouse. All legal voters in said countj shall be privileged to vote at said election. The same Hicers that hold the regular election shall hold this election, which shall, nf all respects, be belt! in accordance with the general election laws of this Stale. The questions "are you iu favor of issuing bonds for the purchase ami maintenance of the turn pike roads of this coiiniy fiee of toll to the traveling public?" heinir printed on the ballots, as provided for in the general election law, section 14.V,) Kentucky Statutes. If two thirds ol the legal voters voting on said proposition, tln-- said Fiscal Court shall issue bonds as vote in of the nionosttitm provided herein The question of issuing bonds may be submitted to the voters at the same time tbat the question to have fiee turnpike and gravel roads is siibuiifed, or it may be submitted at another time. Sec. 10. If bonds are sold to enable the Fiscal Court to putchase and construct roads, the Fiscal Court shall levy a tax on all taxable prtperty subject to county or State taxation not to exceed twenty five cents on eveiy bundled dol lars' worth of taxable property, at its assessed valuation, which shall be collect ed as other county taxation, and approp riated as follows First, to the payment of the interest on the bonds; second, co keep said roads in repair, and third, Unbalance to bepkued to the credit of a sinking fund for the redemption of said bonds Sec 11. Any or nil counties in this Commonwealth that have heretofore taken a vote on the question of free turnpikes anil gravel roads may accept the conditions of this act and the Fiscal Courts shall be fully eimmweretl to carry its provisions into execution, if a majority ol the voters of the respective counties, voting on said proposition at an election held for tbat purp"se voted in n favor of iree turnpikes, without a of the question. ec. 12. At any time after a majority of the Votes cast at an election held for that iiuiiiose in anv countv have voied for free turnpikes ami gravel roads, and the Fiscal Court of kwI comity, being unable to enter Into a contract w it h the owner or owners of any turui ike tn uravel ruads. or any part theieof, lying 111 said countv. it shall be the duty ot the Fiscal Court thereof to file in the Ctinn iv Cleik's ollice of said county a stale iiient, to tin--" efit-c- t that it has been to enter into a contract to purchase said mad with the owner or owner thereof, with a description of the turns pike road desired to be obtained, anil thereupon the County Judge shall three impartial housekeepers of the county, who are land owners, one of whom may be recommended by the manager of the road, whose duty it shall be to assess the value the owner or owners thereof may be entitled to receive for the said turnpike or gravel road so e -result-missiouu-ali- le ap-ioi- A KENTUCKY RECOLLECTIONS OK FAMILY, ATS EX SUVVE- - f Winchester Democrat. continued. Not that it made any difference with t Clay. Jt va high noon, which was din me at all. .But there av the Doctor's ner time in jhose tlas The dinner bell bride whose delicate nerves the sick peo- had rung at both "taverns," Kelly's and ple had failed to consider. Who would Planngsui's. Mr. Clay was stopping at be left in the big house alone, save the ,the latter place. He and Capt. Allan house maid, until the Doctor's return. , walked together to the tavern where he It was the Doctor's habit to pat his steed entered anil the Captain went on home. upon the neck and say a- kind word, He was familiarly called 'Capt- Allan'' Cantain of a volunteer mount and ride off whistling the "Hose jbecanse he of Alabama" a favorite, air with him. military conlpany composed of Winches He too, when single, was much like his ter's best msln and the most gorgeously brother, Webster, in bis relations with decked I ever saw even to this day. and the colored people of his family, hut as in this great citv of military splendor. Capt. Allan owned about thirty slaves, he was a much harder student and did chiefly in fanily groups, among whom not have thetime to give which "Webster did, he was more parthltn the olderones. weieinv farlier and his entire , family. His wife was Jliss Susan Van .Meter who The men i.ejtrly all had a trade of some survives him. They never had any kind and hired their own time. My was a house painter, paper hanger children. He died in the summer nf father and caterer, and others not needed as 1894. I have not yet met his counterservants in the home were allowed to part. The colored people called him the find themsel'es homes and were hired to of the fiock and he was the pet ot flower other families in the town. The custom both white and black, except bis mother was to hire by the year, but he did not who was all she could be to each or her compel hisslaves to stiiy any longerthan could be no more than that children and thej were well treated (with any one) of to him. After the death of 11. C. Allan, which the slave was allowed to judge. which occured in 1851, 1 was left to his He required them to visit him at interMiss Barbara Allan, with Gen. daughter, vals and keep him posted on the matter. John H. Houston as guardian, by whom He owned a farm in what was then it was agreed that I be allowed to choose known as tho Four Mile section of the of abode as well as what 1 my plate county and another one in the Oakland should do for a livelihood. I chose Hti would either have the farm section Louisville as a place to live and catering rented or tilted with white labor, as his where I shared honors as an avocation, slaves tlitl not like to work on either of with the best in that line. A few years those farms for other people and 1 don't before the war I purchased my liberty know that he ever knew the real cause, it mv home ever since. and have made which was simply this, that thev had an Mies Barbara's mother, who with her, aversion to poor white folks who were escaped a tragic death by fire at the very numerous in both of those sections. house iu burning of the Skinner farm Nearly all of liissbtves were reared on 1849, finally met a tragic death by fire his premises-- , except a few old ones and at Lexington about 1890. Her clothing some who came by his wile. He rarely took file, and there being no prnviden ever bought or sold a slave except tosave her, she perished. band near tial from separation of man and wife, or Oh, that such a woman should have to mother and child. I would not have the die such a death. At the time of this reader suppose that this kindness anil dreadful ending she was the widow of humanity toward slaves were peculiar to Gen. Houston. I suffered much in my the Allan family, for it was not, and feelings on account of her meeting such while there w ere several special instance-o- f violent death, and I suffer now when fidelity to slaves to the credit of this think of it, for she was jiooil and kind to family (as I will mention further oni me, and many was the time I have seen w hich I believe are without parallel, but her sit by the bedside ot a sick slave a constant endeavor to make slaves comwith gold watch in one hand and a silver fortable and happy was a feature comspoon in the other wailing for the time mon to many slave owners about Winrepeat the dose; nor did she wait for chester and while I am on that subject it er sei vunt to get sick to show her kindbut justice to their roemorv to give the ness for she fed and and clothed them is names of some of those whose surviving good health and guvs all needful well in ex slaves in freedom pine for them. Ol recreations and an orphan slave chilil such were the late Dr. Andrew Hood, was considered fortunate who fell In her late Washington Miller, late Hon. Wilbands (such was my lot). Her chief liam Simpson, late Josiah Jackson, S. G. characteristic was charity and frankness Jackson, late Samuel Wheeler, late We never had to guess at what she meant Robert Didlake, late Francis AIoss, by what she said. (The black mammies Woodfords.TavlorsandStonestreeis. of the South aie restored by memory to All of the Winns,-al- l of the Postons, all man' prominent white men and women of the Flanagans, the. late Charles Egin over this broad laud who speak of them ton, late Dr. Frazier, late JutlgeSimpson, But iu tones of affection and giatitude William Hockaday, late Edmond I never hear anything said tor those late James -- Price, Van Alders, white mammies who so often cared for Gays, Cunninghams, Goffs, late Lewis their 01 phan slaves and teared them to Hampton. AirWilliams, the woolen be sober and virtuous men and women mill man and many others whom I canThose motherless children could be not recall at present. found in almost everv family of slave I hope the colored, people of Winchesowneib and as a rule were well caret lor; ter are as virtuous ami as happy now as I think that the from my observation they were then when I livetl there more blttck mammies had the best job.) Noty, Miss Barbara was alone in the world. She bad the misfortune to many to-Kt- his hand ani said, "I appreciate the com pliment, bujj as to the latter part I will say as we luive differed a'l through this case, I'will kjtep it up until we hear from the jury." '.Phe town was crowded wiilr people who to fee and hear Air. Blood means sound health. With pure, rich, healtliy blood, the stomach and diwill bo vigorous, and there gestive org-mwill be no .dyspepsia. Rheumatism ana QTlH R,-ns Pure f I "' -- '' JlWBMiiffrFMf II . 1 I I LH E . I I E . t 1 E: WE NEVER HAVE ' fcT Salt Rheum will disappear. .(3.. tUluinnlrnniim olfl With pore NEVER WILL! LET anybody sell lower than WE do. OUR entire stock ot Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, Hats tnd Cloaks at lower prices than any ether hou-- e in the State. Overcoats and Cloak at any price to get them out of the wa . Ladies an 1 Mens Your nervis will be strong, and your Shoes at 75 cts. up. Childrens shoes at 20 cts. up Pins, Needles, hairsleep sound, sweet and refreshing. pins 6 papers for 5 cts. Ladies handkerchiefs worth 10 cts. each, 3 for Hood's Saisaparilla makes pure blood. Iocts. Ladies, Childrens and Mens hose 4 cts. a pair. Extra is wliy it cures so many diseases. That lare towels 5 cts. each. Calico 3 cts. a ycrd. Cotton 4 That 5s why so many thousands take it to cure disijase, retain good health, prects. a yard, Ginghams 4 j4 cts., Buttermilk soap 10 cts. vent sickness and suffering. Remem6er a box, 3 cakes in a box. Corsets 25 cents a pair. Boyspantsat 15CIS a pair. Mens Linen Blood One True Blood Purifier. Hood's Sarsaparilla HOOd S PlIlS -- Collars, worth 20 cents 5 cents each. Everything in the House Goes regard less of Value. Is the Si per bottle. to IJver cre easy Ills? easy25c to operate. take, than fortv years ago, but appearances are prejudicial to such a claim and wheth-e- i this condition is chargeable to the influx and .he demoralizing influence of idleness is question for the Winchester 11 Don't buy elsewhere until you get our prices. PI It will be money 1 W to you. McKee people 11 1 ! the mother of tbat bright and unfortunate family, while nursing and mourning her own offspring for nearly forty vears, during which time she was white mammy to the colored orphans who fell into her charge at such intervals as to keep some alwaysinstock, six of whim she got in one consignment at the death of my mother (who was n favorite servant) and she met the charge like a christian soldier and we were all well cared for. We were not kept con fined to our cabin, but allowed to come about the main house and to roam the weather. yard and garden at will iu Htnl while ve had an attendant in one of the beet women on the place. Airs. Allan would come herself whenever she ww able and sen that all was well with us, hut there were many times when her tender heart would be convulsed and thrown into hysterics and paroxysms over the ills of her own children, which came at intervals through her life, after life, after tLe death of the fiist one ' Air. Frank." It was kind of Providence to remove her before the burning alive of Airs. Bettie Houston, as it would have been the climax of all her unfortunate life. Airs. Allan, d k II ivnwwn IE, Uiiii Ui Corner. ipii!B ftUaraUriBraIraI Weekly Bom-Jq- mI uMrrBnfflBplfiharria taklely Free BRIPGEFORD'S ECONOMIST RANGE. SF.E THEM ! 2i ..The Weekly FOR Courier-Journ- al FOR THIS 1 EXAMINE THEM Pt'RCHASE THEM' ami.. .... The Climax .... Both one year for Si. 50 ....THE REGCLiR IRICE PiPEE JLOtt.... Airs. Ann Allan, Airs. Bettie Houston Alar-tin- Hock-ada- v, - I aud Mrs. Barbara A. AIcFarland, the ob servation of whose lives and deaths have caused me to consider astrology more seriously than any other observations of in j life and my conclusion was tbat if there weie iich a thing as an unlucky star eitht r in or out of the Zodiac or in any of the constellations, there must be three or this trio must have been lorn under the one, as misfortune follow etl them through life, but I trust it deserted them at tluir death, for while they lived they contributed their pro rata share of relief to suffering humanity, and when they died I sustained the loss of a friend in each iu their tnrji. We have made a special contract with' that greatest Democratic paper published, which we the Weekly Courier-Journa- l, enabled to furnish it a3301uts-xs- are for one year to subscribers of The Climax who will pay the regular price, $1.50, one vear in advance, The Weekly Courier Journal, published at Louisvtlle, Kv Henry Watterson, Ed- ritor in addition to all political news, publishes the best Stories, best Aliscel-Uuibest Youth's Department, best of fees y, everything. price is $1 a year: YcU Will Ts Two 95 Papors During ttjo PpsWart - The regu'ar subscription Sample copies of The Weekly Courier-Tnt,mil On ' I nnisville. ' Kv. All Stlb- J " seriptions under this special offer must idrUal Ya:p. 1 be sent through The Clijiax. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAL- I unu l-ii SOLO IN RICHMOND. to he coxtim-e- d ABSOLUTELY FREE! j taken. e T Port ttt at Kirksville. USTOF LETTERS . -- Jul--!oo- re son-in-l- aw Sec 13. It shall be the duty of said commissioners to view the road to be taken, and require the owner or ownen-- s theieof to produce the books or other evidences, the receipts and expenditure on the road or part of the road to be sold, amount of net earnings for said turnpike road company for each year for the past at Lexington. six years, anil they shall bear any other Returning to the head of this family, evidence conducing to show the value whose homestead was on the crest of the of the property soutiht to be taken, and hill iu the southern part of the city, shall award to the owneror owners there- bounded 011 the South by the late Dr. of the actual value of the property taken Hood, and on the North by .Miss Betsy in said county. They shall letiirn a re- Downey, an eccentric old maid (who port in writing to the office of the t'lerk lived there with six slaves, men and of said court staling their award, and women ) She was not lsss than fitly shall describe the roadbed condemned, vears of age when 1 knew her and her and give the names of the owner or own slaves v ere oluer than herself and she ers thereof, and whether cowhided them like they were a lot of of the Mate, infants, of unsound mind boys. The mother aud father of those or married women. Said cooiinissioners onsumptive children were hearty and shall be sworn to laithfully perform their handsome even to thtir old age as they duties under this law. both lived long. He was of stalwart Sep 14. Upon the filing of the report physique- with fine clear cut feature with of the commissioners in the Comity a piercing black eye and a rosy comCourt Clerk's office, as required by the plexion. In ordinary conversation his idmve section, the County Court Clerk voice had a whistle in it something- - like shad issue a process against the owner 01 the late Gen. William Preston's, but in owners of said turnpike or gravel Pjads, tlebate.il was clear and powerful. He upon the application of the Fiscal Court, was a lawyer who could carry logic with to show cause w by the report should not bis beauty of speech and bad well in be coufirmed, aud shall make such orders bund the ait of captivating a jury. I and persons under fancy if he livetl in this day and time he as to as required by the civil code 'would becalleda jury bypnolizer, thou;h disability of practice against- - them iu the C ircuit he did not have a monopoly of the Wm cheater Court by anj means for there Court, Sec 15. At the first regular term of were euouuh worthy foemen in the field shall to keep him at his best. Prominent the County Court after been sumnionedhe length of time among them were Judge Alexander have .Ttidgo Simpson, Col. Samuel prescribed by the Civil ( ode of Practice Buckner. shall be the Hanson and bis sou, Richard, Mr. before answer is requited, it Clark, duty of the court to examine said report, Charles Eginton, Col. Harry Daniel; of Alt. Sterling, Col and" if it shall appear to be in conformity with this law and to the extent that no Vra.H. Caperton. of Richmond, Henry Lexington. exceptions have been filed thereto by Clay and Robert "Wickli lie of Tlie records of the Clark Countv Courts either party, it slwll confirm said report as against the owners not excepting. But back in the forties will show the famous the Fiscal Court of said county shall "Quisenberry will .case," in which he. have the right to abandon the condem- and Air. Clay locked horns as opposing nation proceedings at any time it may counsels. This was1 an opportunity of desire", but it must pay the cost of said which be made jjood use. It was the proceedings. Thetrial.qpon exceptions to effort of his life and it was referred to as the report by either party, and the appeal his nipster piece He won his case amid closing, ar from said exceptions, shall bethesanip xreat applause, making the I gument and spoke three hours, and after as allow ed by law for condemnation for railroad purposes, as provided iu Sec- the jury had retired. Air Clay can e over tions 39 and 840 of the Kentucky Stat to where he was sitting and extended his hand saying 'Captain, that was. a great utes. speech," and smilingly added "worthy of Sec. 16. This act shall not repeal any a better cause ' Capt Allan rose took oroun-tie- s local act or acts for any coni-tin this commonwealth which have been heretofore passed in aid of frer Scientific! American Agency fw & turnpikes but shall, be an addition thereto. Provided, That nothing in this or in any way affect the act fcimll validity of any special act under which any county has voted for free turnpikes and now proceeding in the. purchase of rrl IK CAVEATS. turnpike roads for the purpose of making TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATEHTS; them Iree to the traveling public ts 1 ts -s Mr. Robert McFarlann, of Owejisborn, frU with whom she did not get along. To ?jniir7r . -- 'i them a bright boy was born. She soon eft the father and with the bo returned to her mother. The bo's mime was rS rift He was drowned Houston McFarland. while hatt'ing iu a pond near Lexington .Miss Barbara tiul not long survive her mother but spent most of that time iu i&rjN the insane asvlum as she was partially nrU& unbalanced and a physical wreck. How 1 pitied her when 1 looked upon her and EfSJ thought of her mother ami of the days mm gone by when we livetl in beautiful and bright home iu peace, plenty and happi ncss, when all nature seemed propitious and bow all were changed by the baud of disease ami death, how sad. Aud just here, it is due to the memory of Dr. Sddney Allan to say that he was always SIB liberal and kiud to members of lii brothers' families and he was as much so to those twj, as they would allow him to be. Miss Barbara's tleatb occured within two months of that of Dr. Sidney Allan 1 11 ligpfiaiamaraiiBmJB LMiSIL rars--- rar . rami rarcti ra ., tj tj i . . . . , , , , , , "s3 rlP' 'FS ra LATEST THINGS Q?P & ifijinipijiips JBraE5E5EaBiftaE3r&taraairaairtiJ 1?WTtffWl 3L Mif S7E' Bp-f- E mmmmmms IHS LHH mm m m SIS UUU ECEIVED. Sis lil! sfe YOUMAN'S, SHAPE C. & M. SPECIALS, BOTH STIFF AND SOFT. sssssssss i1 hsj IMS 1 MANHATTAN SHIRTS... Y0D PAY FOR OTHERS NOT SO GOOD 'll mm ' IP White and Colored. They Have Special Features, Select Styles. They 33fiti are THE BEST SEIET in America, Cost Younomorethan pas t uj ,C jMeicljoijI rvw w Tailoring A beautiful line, Splendid Values, at STrHJ Have Received Our Spring Woolens, Suitings, Trousers and Overcoats. 3p. 11 life In all Liriesf or Men's mid Boy's Wear we will show a Large and Complete ffija OF NEW GOODS AND IT WILL BE TO TOUR INTEREST lap; rgJs SORTM EMT IsiS lijfE pa TOSEEODRLIMf- cDOljI'T THINK OF BUYING UNTIL YOU SSSSt; m ft 'AND WE WILLTAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING YOU THROUGH ! SEE OUR GOODS AND PRICES.... i 5SSSS3SSJ 'Mil m 1L4 W" CO-3- e Mary Crowley vva- - awarded $5,00.0 in a Louisville conrt against the L. & N. lor the loss of a foot at a street crossing. luKuruents iiave destroyed thirteen towns! id the finest tobacco district m Cubai .d COPYRIGHTS, etc. For Information anf rr e JlandbooS write to BKQ1DWAY, KHW YORK. 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Popular" appreciation is West Va., has been Bubject to attacks of known to the sporting fraternity here Hood's Sareaparilla has achieved great w hat tells in the long run. For fifty colic about once a year, and would have iiNlDAY, - - MARCH. 11, I89C Madison county, we can't recall it. Tlie abouts as the "Sage of the Platts Pur-- I success in warding off sickness which, it years, people have been using AVer's Register possibly ieierred to your uncle to call a doctor and then suffer for about Remarkable Msr, A Native of Mad- chase," his home being at Newmarket, allowed to progress, would have under- Sarsaparilla, and to day it is the "iesterdav wasa"bute" for March! Sock Parrish. in Platte county. He was a great lover" mined the w hole system and given dis twelve hours as much as some do when ison UoHHly, Pssses Away. mpst in favor with the public they die. He was taken recently just of the "game cock" and the ''quarter ease a strong foothold to cause much Mr. John R. Gibson, of the firm of groceries. Richmond has thirty-tw-o Ayer's Sareaparilla cures. Secon-A House. the same as at other times, and concluded boss," and owned many great'fighting suffering and even threatened death White & Gibson, returned from New -- Dr. Landman, Optician, at Glyn- Dr. Jasper has rented of F. B. Carr Orleans and Meridian, on last WednesW. II. Scott barred himself in his room to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and fowls and fast sprinters in his day. Hej Hood's Sareaparilla has done all this and The Kansas City Slar, of February 28, .the latter's residence on BroadwBV. and day, seeing Mardi Gras in the former a was the father of cocking mains in this' even more. It haa been taken in thou- atu hotel in Owingsville, put 00 grains of Diarrhoea Remedy. He says: - UI took ennouuees the death of that widely-knowill take vicinity and was a conspicious figure at sands of cases which were thought to bt morphine in a pint of whisky, drank it one dose of. it and it gave me relief in within the next few place and relatives in the latter. ee Tudd'e lij dry goods advertise-rc- t will expose to Public Sale, on the streets foimer citizen of Madison couuty, days. Mrs. Jasper's mother is coming Mr. N. V. White of the firm of White Warren Harris, and gives a lengthy every important main fought in this sec- incurable.and afterafairtrial has effected and was dead before assistance could five minutes. That is more than any of Richmond, on April 6th, County to live with her. thing else baa everdoue for me." For There ere big wnmlf-rfn- l tion in bis lifetime. bringing heaitii, reach biim & Gibson, returned from New York, sketch of his cures. Court Day, the celebrated Jennet Jack, life, which is hereunder V. Prjse.of Beattyville, Hon E sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. When the scalp is atrophied, or Free Turnpike Law. where he bought stock of dry reproduced. The Star, however, is not mains fought iu the Missouri valley just j streugth anj jov to the afflicted. tJ vmJay. Warren" de Sar- the war and no preparation vill restore the m., ;..,.H,.n'noint about Hood's Elsew here in to day's Climax is pub- goods, the latest and most popular in advised as to the nonogenarian's career A family of seven persona was burned LONGFELLOW.! lighted in recounting them at the gath- saparilUisthatits cures are permanent, hair, in all other cases, Hall's Hair Re-Mrs. Edna Uowmau lias been ill for lished in full the law just enacted by the spring styles. to death in their home near Alma, Wisin Madison. erings of the fanciers in later years. He because they start from the solid foundanewer will start a growth. Legislature giving the voters of each ' WflKren ITnrrla nanto ItaitV Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson visited Rev, weeks. consin. Ma.liuin He was purchased from Shropshire & county a chance to say at the polls George 0. liarues's family at Sauibel Is-- before the close of the war, havi gbeen a fought some notable mains in the latter tion of purified, vitalized and enriched A. Gibson's store has a new The full intensity of living is reached i ite sixties with Colonel "John Lee Howard, blood. But it is not what we say but Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers is Simms, of Bourbon, for$i3oo, and is one whether or not they want free pikes land whil bouth. soldier in General Price's army in Mistie fitstjii S5 years. a well known fancier thn resident of what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells only by the perfectly healthy. Sickness a popular preparation in one bottle, and of the best bred Jacks and has produced Read it and see how you like it. discounts the capacity for enjoyment. If colors evenly a brown or black. Any Squire Gieen B. Million and Billy souri. He asa conspicuous fiuure in Kansas City. These events took place the story. wen centuries of English soug, at some of the best Mules and Jacks in the the terrible court house fight on Januarv his bodv is all out of order and run Martin are at Hot Springs, Ark. Jleat. at Newmarket in Platte county and rt tuut. Friday night. t 13th 1800, during the Mershon-Ballepromised Minister Ter- down, he will not be able to enjoy any- person can easily apply it at home. Pedigree furnished on day ef State. The Turks have Gansneyvillo and.Smithville In Clay C. T. AVells has sold a half interest in John Shifflet and family have moved contested election case, wherein Ballew Boggs has 20 bushels of potato Ids meat allow Miss Clara Barton to distrib thing, no matter how full of enjoyment J H Last Friday was the 60th anniversary sale. This sale is to close the partnercounty. The Veteran Harris usually rell to 3liop to A. T. Douglas, late with to Mobile, Ala. had been Beated in the legislature, but f lieirsets for sale. : c it may be for other people. If he is just of the siege of the Alamo, in which Davy ship of Embry & Harris. J C Miller, and the new firm is "Wells won these mains and never wearied of ute relief funds in Armenia. Miss Sue McRoberts, of Danville, Is was ousted by Mershon, Democrat, iu a little bit out of order, if he ' is not sick, Crockett, Jim Bowie and all their comTodd stabbed bib son to death & Douglas. talking about them. He used to say that visiting Miss Julia H. Higgins. which the Kavanaughs and Dotys on Not to "be Trifled "With. but doesn't feel just right," he will only panions, save a woman a child and a m aetie county. Tuesday nigbt. C. Miller has told a half interest in Colonel Howard came out here from J. Mr. M. H. Brown was in Louisville one side were arrayed against the From Cincinnati Gazette. be able to enjoy things in a man lost their lives. his meat simp to J. L. Franuis of Gar Kentucky imbued with the idea that the recoiving Worrells and others in which i'r Klein it son ureMyles. a rard county, and the firm is Miller & Monday in the interest of his business. Will people never learn that a "cold" sort of way. The nearer he is to being mossback Missourians did not have Latest r i ualliiH'v. and that perfectly well, the nearer will his capacAmos Wort ell. Henry Parrisb anu Mr. Ed Rowland, of Danville) is visitmuch sahd and knew but little about is an accident to be dreaded, Francis. Ab Doty were killed. Also Arch Maupin ing relatives here r KentutLy news oolwinuson the occurs treatment should be ity for enjoyment be perfect. If this race horses and game cocks. He was when it Humph Kavau soon convinced that he had misjudged promptly applied? There is no knowing condition doaeu't exist, something ought Map Money. p it are unustialtv good this Mr. Allen Deatherage.of Frankfort, is was killed by accident Madison Institute's primary depart- visiting his daughter, Mrs. D. C. Bigger-staf- augh was wounded and a week later as- the Missourian and was taught some w here the trouble will end; and while to be done. That means nine cases in sassinated by one of the Parrish party as valuable iesons by Harris. complete recovery is the rule, the excep-uoten the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medment gave an entertainment, Thursday M i.ilieon, late ef Frt Instill, is he lay in bed. are terribly frequent, and thou- ical Diecovory. It works directly on the night. The chapel was well filled with After Colonel Howard's day in the Miss Kathleen Poyntz returned from Depot in Kieh- .uraior at K C. Warren Harris knew no such word as pit big events among game chickens sands upon thousands of iatab illnesses digestive organs and on the blood and parents- and friends, and the children acOwiugsville on Friday. fear. He was not on the occur every year ushered in by a little through these on even' tissue of the quitted theuiseht-- creditably. An adMiss Fannie Young, daughter of Rev. contrary, had great discretion; but when were of infrequent toccurence for several seemingly body. It makes the appetite good, dibut the sport was revived in injudicious exposure and gtiiltw. the celebrated Jennet mission fee of 15 ceuts brought in a snug Dr. Youug of the Methodist church, is nerve was necesary he had it. He was jears; notable mains wit- trilling symptoms. JJeyond this, there gestion and nutrum perfect and supplies iHire.1 for Mile by Maj, Harris. little sum which will be expended for visiting on Walnut Hills, Cincinnati. earnest The next once accostedou tile streets of Richmond countless invalids who can rich, red qlood to all the tissues, build-lu- g majs and charts for that department. nessed by Harris' were those held at are to day complainls Mr. H. J. Streng will lcaye for the by a dangerous man who wanted to kill to "colds." which trace their up solid, healthful flesh. Muehlbach's famous resort and wine Todd. EaM. the latter part of this week, to pur him. Mr. Harris was not armed, so told occurrence gave no cona i in Mjwlay afternoon at 8 Send 21 cents in one cent stamps to , at Armourdale atthetimeof garden in old Westport Louis P. Todd has opened his extenchase spring goods. ,i Ml Plttbant Cliurcb, by El-- t. the man he had promised his wife neer and Kansas City. Kas. He took in all cern, and were therefore neglected. World's Dispensary Medical Association, sive and entirely new stock of dry goods Chamiatuloe. Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's Mr. and Mrs. S. L, Tudor, Mrs. R. P. to fight without consulting her, and that these and soon gained the esteem of When troubled with a cold use ami millinery at his main street stand, Wagers, Miss Mamie Hume, Mrs. Robt. he must go get her consent. He went nearly every sport in Kansas City and berlain's Cough Remedy. It is prompt, 1,008 page Common Sense Medical i red Smith has returned from opposite the couit house. Read his big for profusely illustrated. Kiddell, Mrs. C. W. Friend, Mrs. David away, the man casting after him Borne suburban towns. Some noted fancieis and effectual. 25 and 50 cent bottle r .aid is now w itli Dr. V. AV. advertir-ement in Clima and Bergemaii, Mr. Hugh, Riddell and Miss words of derision, and not expecting to contested with Harris for honors and sale by Hagau's Pharmacy. ond street. then go see his goods. Mr. Todd select- JudethTudor, all of Irvine, came down seehiniagain Soon he returned having D. P. Armer has somethibg new in coius atWestport. They were William in soldiers 135,000 has Spain ed these goods in person, and you can got bis pistol, instead of consulting his plated Sterling silver inlaidTea, andTable Hfiinstt colored, was brought to the'funeral of Leslie Pigg, Monday. the three Grassmuik Cuba, and jet the Cubans, lesstban Ridenbaugh -wife, and quietly remarked: "Well, yes, Spoons. They are the best in the marneek,baviiigt!Mtiied from the depend on it they are just w hat you brothers, the Boone brothers, Curry, old strong, march almost within gunshoc ket, want. yes, Sammie, by G d, Us all right She and as cheap as other geods but they g a ear or so ago. Prominent Lawyer Dead. "Doc" Baxter, George Gleser, Biby range of Havana. says J can fight " That ended the matter. are warranted to waer twenty-fivyears. Charley Noble, brother of Fair Prices. Mustaid and Hon. George C. Lockhart, of Paris, During 're turnpike petition to the tne battle of Lexington, Mo., Ubtarrh In The Head 35- Don't fail to see them. Monday eenmg of cancer of the Secretary Nobleof Mr. Harrison'scabinet, . i:e will require seen huu-- f At Jacob Hacketl's sale, near Red died SHELF-WOR- N, the mulesin oneof Prices batteries w ere was Is due to impure blood and cannot be all of them nervy Missouri sports. It House, Wednesday, the farm of 225 bowels. He was taken to Cincinnati, shot down jinn, as n names of voters. Eudy's Pile Suppository an order was given to about ten years ago when these events cured with local applications. Hood'b acres went to Squire B. C. Hacketl at recently with supposed appendicitis, but advance. Harris was a giant in those Vlute has received six hens Sareaparilla has cured hundreds of case is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipainplace. $S3.oO per acre, or 7,312 60. Horses, Drs. Johnston audltamey made an days and seizing a six pound cannon he took 50 cents per 'terof the lnitf leghorn variety, because it purifies th blood tion, or money refunded. S2Ka0; niiile, 3(.570; jacks anil cision and found that the trouble was dragged it into position and stood to it Since that time he most important of catarrh way rembves the cause of box. Send two stamps for circular and and nl ones in the countv. place at and in this Fre Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered cocking events have taken cancer. The incision was then closed, through the jennets, $1(S50. remainder of the fight. In It. also builds up the system Hiarmacist, Lancaster, Pa. No Postal. rge Tut u m, of Million precinct, and he was told that nothing could be one battle he saw a spent cannon ball Leaenworth Topeka and St Joseph, Answered. For sale by all diphImported. i lutiriiutry in Kfchm.ind Tuee- the veteran was always a welcome and prevents attacksof pneumonia, done for lam. druggiMi everywhere, and in Berea, Ky , bouncing across the field and thought and one of any theria and typhoid fever. gi oi lingbtb disease, aged 42 James Howard Bogus & Co. have -visitors He never niisbed Mr. Lockhart was one of Kentucky's he'd catch byS. E. Welch, Jr .6 it. Ha did catch it in consequence, and his absence from the Hood's Fills become the favorite from Stafford, Eug., through Mr. ablest law yen, and became well known his left arm and nearly lo6t that arm as every one who tries them, Free Treatment. Twigg, the young English farmer of this here w bile au attorney in the heated conmain at Leavenworth was the sub cathartic with I WISH TO SAY TO THE PEOPLE OF RICHMOND AND MAD-ISOM firight the a result. He was laid up iu the camp hos- last retired county, a thoroughbied fox twenty five cents. Enough of the Maenetic Eye Powder ject of general remark among the fanhound slut. tests over the R. N. 1. & B right of way. pital for some days. A n i is sick ami contends that he favoritediversion fact COUNTY THAT I HAVE OPEN AND ON out two weeks will be to any one by way fifty people and 110 He married - ubh afflicted, Iwt bis physician She cameKichmoud of New York and w&ited here, Miss Florence Keliy,whohas was to keep the ball iu the hot ashes, ciers beand inquiry brought and the vis- Three hundred andport Tow send, Statu to lastdiseased eves, suchsent Granulated was was in poor health with reached as a sisterof Miss Virgie Keilj Monday. Her SALE ONEOF THE MOST SELECT dogs embarked at and when hebaw any one.coming would that Eyelids or Scrofulous Sore Eyes. Delong as from hereto Dole-villiting his daughter in Arkansas. Mrs. Meliagan, so well known now of Washington, Thursday, for Alaska. roll it out Soon the conversation would STOCKS OF scribe your case enclose ten cents in by way of Red Houee. Banker here. In his day Warren Harris took great The Misses Kelly's father turn to his es Taylor applied to the county injuries, when he would The base ot Ayer's Hair Vigor is a re- stamps. Address in training horses. "Quarter was Rev'. Sam Kelly, a prominent Mon ia for license to sell whisky Greenleaf and Col. Capertou have an inpoint to the ball and say if you don't interest" fined and delicate fluid, which does" not hos-e- s Mrs. Eliza J. Evans. terest in the importation. as he called them, were his I Buffalo Fw k of Tales Creek, Methodist minister, and their broththink that thing's hot, teel of it" Tl.e soii or become rancid by exposure to air, 182 North 19th Street. faorites. Before the war be built sever- and which is as perfect a substitute for er is Rev. Gilby Kelly another able miu fellow would'let go without being told. A Gold l!u. Columbus Ohio. al race tracks in Missouri aud Kansas, ister. While Jailer of Madison count, the oil supplied by nature in youth and wruor David Kowfctwl Fran- United States Deputy Marshal principally at St Joseph and Leaven the Kuklux came for Frank Searcy and orhealth, as modern chemistry can prof ted erHMiHeHt chairman of was litre Tiunxia night, on his worth His famous St Joseph tract has 1'arahzed. dered Mr. Harris to bring the key to the niuim! money conference at duce. in return from Harlan county. He had in long since gone into the river. He once Tom Harris, theold time colored drumtell. The jailer went up stairs, the March Mi. "I have never had a day's sickness in charge Samuel Caldwell, a iroo Mookiug, had a running nice witlr James Brown, mer, was paralyzed jesterday morning residence then being above the cells in man the Iaja en worth, my life," said a middle-ageM New, ot Rockcastle the vet tran horse man of county, nell-- reused joiing man, charged with and is in a serious condition. He is bO the old jail, and brought the wiong ke distance being 42 miles. other day. ,ured in an accident, lubt counterfeiting gold coins. He wastakeu j earb old. In the long ago, before inter TheleaJer of the "klau" tried thekej, for SI 000, the Brought to Richmond. "What a comfort it would be," sighs to Covington for trial. Except the glitrhe nice was run on the St Joseph s been browgbt to the In- placa Beuzetta 2:06? Kentucky had brass bauds, music and then with some hot words said to at . . . Online 2:04 at and Hairis's horse won, going the some poor invalid, "to be in his tering hand culls, there was nothing to lor was furnished by fife and drum corps. Harris: "X appoint four men to go up Jrack Brown's horse was fag- for a year or two." Yet half of the inindicate that a bad man was in town. full distance while 4 Yers Old. 4 Years Old t Tom Harris, or Tom Gordon as he is by with you, sir, and get the right ke; of UicltiiMHid. has pur- just as healthy i ged out at the end o' thirty seen miles. valids we see might be AND YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND SEE proper some known, was a baBs drummer, anu aud there is to be no mistake about it dlixn o4 Leslie Pigg on the Warren Harris was loni in Madison as he, if they would ouly take Ilirouh His Hat. u aldington ami JlapJei-treetb- . Pres., now several years being the right one!" Harris, in hut with his brother March. care of themselves, eat proper food and THEM WHETHER YOU WANT TO PURCHASE OR J. 1). Dykes is the onlv known man deceased, was present at all the militia quiet and characteristic way replied; county, Ky., on the 8th day of S9 mt ileutociat. years digest it. ami was, therefore, nearly whoicalh Uilkb througli his hat. Mana- musters, 1th of July and Masuuiccelebra-tious- , "Well, jes, yes, two'll do, two'll dobir." Ib07, NOT. WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW r It's so strange tLat such simple things i 'irup firm of Powers & Hag- ol ige. t lis mother was me mm ger Baldwin of the telephone company and other events, such us the ded The key was brought and Searcy was birthplace be are overlooked by those who want healtL. born in that State, her YOU THROUGH. YOU CANNOT tli.e wlu owe theia, and lias constructed for him a telephone in- icaiiou of Henry Clay monument and hanged. Food makes health. ing inside the old fort at Boonesborough. Cli-- f strument inside ot a big white liat. The in e elsewhere in Warren Harris could not say "no" similar events. He and Pres. were at ....POSSIBLY GET ANY.... It makes strength and strength wards g with daggers. hat nang- - on a peg on the wall of the the great Boouesborough celebration 50 directly. It wasan impossibility for him to His father wasa companion of Daniel Warren's" off sickness The man who had never Boone, and among "Uncle I) landman, oculist anc o- - grocery, and the only thing to show that )ears ago, and accompanied Gen John do so, just as much so as it was for Geo. been sick was strong because he alwaj 8 worn b it isu'tieady to take down and go on a frpeed imitli, orator of the delegation, Washington to tell a lie. Two men effects are the knee buckles 411 W. 9th ctreet, Cin digested his food, and you could become Daniel Boone on his wedding day. u id be at the tiiyndon Hotel tellow's bead is a crank on one side and ttiat crossed the river to meet Mrs. made a bet on it one day. They bent a nearly the same bv helping your stomach to Mr. Harris settled in Platte a small recei er about the size of a piece French, of Winchester, who was au occu- poor irresponsible fellow to him to borMiirch 11, '06. It work as well as hisfifty years ago During the war he servof paper on the odier pant of the fort during the great siege of row some money. The fellow said: "Un It will make you strong and healthy GOODS IN OUR HOUSE, AS THEY ARE ALL ENTIRELY NEW. ed "m General Price's command, and u i lrcuit Clerk John Thorpe 1778. cle Warren, lend me a hundred dollars. in by making the food you eat make you A Sad Death. among the important engagements tii 'I A. Cheiiault's interest in I'll hand it back to you in a few days " Miss Nannie Harcourt died at her which he took part were those of Spring fat. i stable near the opora house Located and In Busiuess for Himself. "Well, yes, yes, no I can't do it, my son, Druggists sell it. Trial bottle 10 centii. on Second street in Richmond, field, Carthage, Lexington and Corinth. home r ' riu m iHiHcan x Thorpe. Mr. Chas. Bush, who has been travel- I bavent the money just now." iu An interesting story is told of him Lady Somerset has sued William Walf uesxiay night, March 3d, ISIKi, alter a ing in "Once upon a time" as story tellers connection ser ices at I'hiirch, Uriel iliuebo ot pneumonia. this section for many years in tailwith the battle of Spriugfield. dorf Astor for 25,000 damages for sayShe was a a would say, a party were, fox hunting s of At, inn'rrupted by tin- iu teacher in Caldwell High School and oring, has located in Winchester and down in the College Hill country. The He saw a spent cannon nail coming uw ing that she would drive any one mad. v 'an iu charge, willbeie-iiinc- l way, and he stopped to pick it up. It taught to within three w four weeks of opened the most extensive house in that All last winter Mr. Geo. A. Mills, of u next at the Hsal hour, II her death. The remains were preceded line in the South. We bespeak much dogs were trailing beautifully, and Har struck his hands, rolled up bis arms, Full brother to "Shadeland Onward" ris was encouraging them with an occaLebanon, Conn., was badiy afflicted with 2:18, (sire of Online 2:04.) by Onward, to tiie cemetery on Thursday by a long success for Mr. Bush, knowing his enerstruck him in the abdomen aud he was sional yell. Suddenly he paused, and rheumatism. At times it was eo seveie Hart is forming local clubs of hue of pupils escorted by the Principal gy from a small boy. He has quite the almost killed. He preserved the cannon (sire of Beuzetta, 2:061, and one to an old dead tree a quarter of pointing he could not stand up straight, but 2:25i ball, however and it now occupies n that ruan Mostcx! Association, ot and other teachers, and followed by largest trade of any traveling man that in the 2:30 a mile away, said: "Boys, do you see was drawn over on one side. "I tried hundred and eighteen others w tieredy wemlters save eigh ty numerous friends. Miss Harcourt had comes to Richmond, was here list week, prominent place on the old fashioned receiving which are bettei than list, fourteen of different remedies without that old tree yonder?" "Yes, yes." they mantel at his home. of the hhhhI price of bheet taught in the bchool for eight years and meeting with his usual success. Mr. he says, "until about six months 2:15. Bush contemplated opening his 6tore 6houted,"what about it Uncle Warren?" Warwas a decided favorite. At the close of the war "Uncle Her parents here and w e fear hts made a great error in The old hunter yelled to his dogs again ren" was mustered out in Virginia, and ago I bought a bottle- of Chamberlain's Time Osward's dam was Nettie Time, t hlsou, who will lecture at have long been dead, and the only sur aud said. "I was along here, the other Pain Balm. After using it forthreetlajs secur-urnot doing so where he could have leturned to his homestead in Platte (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:17, the ' House, this place, Friday vivor of the family is Miss Faume Harmany more advantages autl put on day, and I saw a big hawk sitting ou tup county found his house destroyed and my rheumatism was gone and has not through the grand says: "He is court, her sister, the was a member of eourner Journal, of that tree. I jumped down off my old returneil since. For sale by Hagan's invincible campaigner his farm devastated. He lost nearly the Christian church and was educated more city airs tb.au our neighboring town. horse, and picked up a ost i ntic the East can produce 1892.) by Mambrino Time, circuit in right Pharmacy. Mr. Bush, we learn, has Mr. Geo. Poinall be had during the rebellion, and at Hamilton College, Lexington. VERY RESPECTFULLY. (full brother to Lady Stout,by Mambrino ter, of N. Y. City, who has cut many here w here wearestauding now. I had no never recovered from the war's reverses. Saturday, March, the 2ist, Is Inllrmaiy riin na Hart and daughters idea of hitting the hawk, but" "you hit Killed liy the Cars. tine clothes for some of our swell dressed Patch en. weighed upwards He stood over bix ftet, Day at H. J. Streng. u ued to CvHthiaiia where tlie him, did you, Uncle AVarred?" his comin his day was a man; Ballard Mullins. of Mullins Station, citizens, while in New York City. Mr. She was the best brood mare on record for the present, after making ' of 200 pounds and On the above day every dollars worth if panions ta.;erly asked. "Well yes, yes His featured of wonderful strength. Rockcastle county, brakemau on the K. Bush has also added to.his tailoring a :. J their ltouie for ten or a dozen of goods fold for cash at H. J. Streng's at 14 years of age, (the tipe of her death,) no, I missed him, boys, missed him clear," were of the Andrew Jackoon type, ana the Infirmary will rcceivea per centof C , fell lrom a north bound freight, be- custom shirt factory, from which he was the unexpected reply. five sons in the 2:30 list, three of he carried constantly a long stout stall-H- same. The public is asked to help the'Infir-- m having tween blale Lick auk Beiea, about 7 makes to measure. He gives the people When Sam Holmes, a wealthy young a try on in the rough which no doubt them better than 2:19, two producing death will be regretted bytbegaint' W 'Muith, has been paid Si,0S0. ii o'clock last evening, and was killed. The ry in this indirect way, atBame time will prove a great advantage even to man of Lincoln county, killed sheriff chicken fanciers of the Missouri valley. and two more sons to take re jtolicy in the remains were brought on to Richmond, an uut of a30-c- r get what thej may want at prices that daughters those who travel from other cities. He Napier, he was brought to Richmond by ueuHit Life Ins. Co., of Newark, lie was 23 years old and unmarried. cords. are less for cash. The Committee Alas.lt Was His bast. took a number of orders here, and will friends and placed in Harris's care. v.( t. Klicy was taken out on 4th Coroner Brown held au inquest. The P. A. C. Infirmary. with him, and took Harris went West Time Onward represents the popular About 7 o'clock, Saturday evening body was prepared for burial by under- return again in a few days. Richmond, Ky, pains along the route to tell those whom Leslie Pigg, of this place, but who fads Wilkes Patchen cross, which is conceded jf Claim that our merchants do not carry a large variety of goods cj Collins and shipped home on the U they met that he knew where Holmes recently' been in business in Winches MiIIhmi KatHlo4ih, Illinois taker to be the greatest mixture of blood A Day. Your Life Insured lc 5 and hence they must purcnase eisewnere. t nave mereiore, g midnight train. Cros Firm; was and he was going to see that the ter, went into the bar'of the Rees House, r to bae bts Climax cJiangetl e laid in a perfectly superb line of CARPETS of all grades p yet produced. Our iiihurauce is protected by bankable mentions tiiat on the 0th, Numerous persons have left Madison boundless west didn't harbor him. So in that place, and called for a glass oi paper 011 the Capital City Bank of Col. 5 from breeding with such speed Hani Burned. This rich county of late for Illinois. On their he did, for he took Holmes to Galveato.i water. He took a powder from a small, umbus, O. There can be no stronger el a rattle snake 31 teet long with Between 4 and 5 o'clock, Sunday mornproducing power and individuality as I .es and a iHitton . way they crossed the paths of numerous and shipped him to Europe. But box. emptied it into the ater and drank guarantee given you. We dare not use ing, the barn of William . TGnggs.j at On this subject Holmes couldn't stay away. He return- it. He then called for whisky, aske( a bank's name without authority, if you Time Onward possesses, will surely ge J T Parrish of Madison count . Ellistou, was burned. It was the mas-si- persons going South. highest type. ed, was tried, sent to the penitentiary those piesent to join him in a drink, as U says: l the .gdt l)r. Muatt's place, will take doubt it, write them. Good health is trotters of the old building on stone pillars, that K In all colors. are The ..latter... in Purple, Crimson and Moss Rose, P The partv reported in yesterdav's and sttou died would be. his last, and dropping another the best life insurance. Wright's Celery is a beautiful brown horse, nearly . b , He .. . . ii in a few days. He is a splen stood immediately by the side of the C 1 invite inspection 01 tnem. a mere giance ai my massive p Harris was in the attack on John powder into the glass, drank it. The Capsuelsgive you good health, they as having passed through Journal and cuie sixteen hands high, with fine style and tiu and we gltniiy welcome hiui pike at the east end of the bridge, and Courier on their way to new homes in 3rown at Ossawatomie, saw Brown's 5 carved Dining Tables, and new style Druggets will convince rou c the city keeper noticed that the box was Lier, Kidney aud Stomach trouble action, and can trot in 2:30 at any time. Democrat ' aiji . Winchet-te- r was a familiar object to all who have Georgia would have but little signifi- son shot down, and showed the fallen bar ? that I can supply your demands "mofphine" and called a physi 100 dajB treatment costs lea day. Asigbt labeled iruo cruu j w ho favor free turnpikes must traveled that road. The barn contained cance if it were an isolated case. But man some kindness, and prevented the cian, but nothing couhl, be done lo save draft on above bank, in every SI bojf, BSTWill stand this season at $20 to 7,000 new shingles, 100 bar-whether you want bonds issued three horses, the evidence is abundant that it is part murder of several of Brown's men by the unfortunate young man, ana in u which brings your money back if we fail insure a living colt. x "Uinty to purchase and maintain lels of corn, a stack of hay, considerable their captors. of a general movement. little while he was dead. He expected to cure you. Sold by T. S. Hagan, drug-KI' ( or w bother you will pay a iodder, 150 bushels of chicken feed, 3 Courier-JournB. H. NEALE. Several months ago the mar6-8Many readers of The Climax w ill re- io come home on the train that passe' . according to amount saddles, some harness and other things, vear, -' called attention to the preparations call the unusual privileges allowed Warabove menWinchester about the hour r all of which were a total loss, w ithont that were making in Wisconsin, Iowa, ren Harri--- , when he was Jailer. He tioned, Ex Sheriff Pflanz", of Louiiville, wbo but the person whom he bad insurance. There wasa cow in the barn, Kansas, Nebraska and other States in j built a little plank stable ou the corner asked to see him to the train thought neglected to file his bond with the Aud entioning the deaths last week but bhe broke out and escaped. One of that section to fiud homes in the South. of the court house square, or what was him not in condition to travel. itor in time, has sued his successor for Mar Park and Mrs. Elizabeth , got the places the horses jumped out of his stall and This movement bad ite origin in the dis- then the corner of the jail vard, as a There wsis no good reason for the raslj possession of the office Missouri, we pawed at the door but could not get out. satisfaction caused by numerous crop fence separated the jail from the court act, so far as known. In fact it is nol jse 1, saying that the former died $100 Reward $i00. were close failures, the severity of the climate and house, and stood a stallion in it He The mill and believed by some of bis friends that h ' and the latter at Liberty, yhen The readers of this paper will be pleasdid not take fire. The origin of the other circumstances, and was fostered by once had a big chicken fight in the base knew but at theJnoment what he was doinJ. t the opposite. fire is notinown, but is believed to have reports from friends and relatives in the ment of the jail, at which from first to He had often used morphine, after havr ed to learn that there is at least one Mrs Charles McCanujhas brought been accidental, as Mr. Griggs does not dreaded disease that science has been South asto the cheapness of lauds, the last, half the men in town were present i lg taken to much strong drink, anl to cure iu all its stages, and. that is a,;. :nst the Lo lisvillc & Nafchvllle know of an enemy who would commit salubrity of the climate and the easier in the spring of 1800, be had a great cock there is every reason to believe that tbo : "XW for the death ot her husband, such a crime. Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is the onlv conditions of life generally. With the ing main in a baru out on Second street drug was obtained for his usual purposu. positive cure known to the medical frawas caused by injuries received in opening of spring these preparations about two hundred yards beyond where Deceased was a son of W. W. Pigg, p : g off the train at Talbott's Station. ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional Change at the K. C. Depot. have ripeued into migrations on a laige the K. N 1 & B. crosses that street, and prominent citizen of Richmond, 24 yeai? disease, requires a constitutional treat Agent F. B. Carr has been transferred bcale.the omnibuses ran out to it as tbey would of age, and the idol of an indulgent mothment. Halls Catarrh Cure is laken inter.Sew Cop In I own. from the Richmond to the Paris K. C. It will be noted that these are not to a fair. It lasted a w eek, and visitors er, who is now heartbroken. The re- nally, acting directly upon the blood add H:-- . name is OPPOSITE HOTEL J5LYND0N John Browning Terrell, depot The change will be made this foreigners ignorant of the country that from a distance ware numerous. : mains were brought to Richmond, . 3TRERT, . . . mucous surfaces of the system, thereby MAIN 2. J I e arrived at Chief of Police Ter-- K week. Ticket agent J. D. Feei.y, Jr., have been misled by designing agents The Kansas City Star is mistaken as and on Monday deposited in the defctroying the foundation of the disease s last Friday His weight is 11 will go with him. into going South. The Northwest Lto one pomt. It says Mr. Harnss cemetery. and giving the patient strength by buildrv-- i. Mr. Carr will besucceeded by Mr. Hood, caught a good many desirable immi mother was the first white child born iu is, and is named for his paternal ing up the constitution and assisting Covington, son ol Superintendent Hood. grants of that sort, but i" has npt kept Kentucky. Site was merely among grandfather. in doing its work. The proprietors Maswwnh, in Abyssinia, the ItalAt Mr. Feenv will be succeeded by James them all. Doubtless, many of those now the first She was a daughter of Thomas b!H!S bet en Centuries of Knglittli Song. ians lost a million catridges five thout have so much faith iu itsenrative powers Hamilton, aud his place will be supplied going South are of foreign birth, but Warren. He aud his wife came first lo for the artil - that they offer One Hundred Dollars for and rounds of ammunition T .:s is the subject of a lecture at the by Otto Powers, and Powers, by Joe they have been here long enough to Boonesbormtgh. but as hoou as Estill's any case that it fails to cure. Send for lery, ten thousand rifles, qve thousan r rt houe, Friday night, by Lewis C. Tevis. ' judge for themselves, and are seeking a station was built, removed to it and cattle anil mules, a large quantity s list of testimonials. ". under the auspices of Madison Address, F.J, Chesky & Co; To!e3o Mr. Carr caine here from Pans ten or part of the country where their condi- continued to reside in that vicinity until money and 1,000 soldiers killed. Institute. Can yon imagine a song seven twelve years ago, has made the best tion will be improved. Along with them their deaths. Ohio 8uSold by Druggists, 75c. THEY CAN'T BE BEAT centuries old? Go and hear all about it agent citizens, The Star is also mistaken about Harris the road ever had at this point, are doubtless many native-borConn Harper, w ho carelessly killed a Died. married here, built up a nice home and who have found that" the Northwest is being in Virginia at close of Avar Mid re. child in, Elliott county, some time ago, not what tbey expected to find it when turning to Platte county. He was here, r, !!:! R. T. Baxter, familiarly known as Bud, consequently is loth to leave. He " has committed suicide. was elected jailer at August election 1800, besides returning to his old home they went thither from older States. on Thursday. March 5th, 1890, iu It will be noted that these immigrants served 4 years, residfd about Syocrs Ion- I" htiiond. nf Minsnmntion. after a linsr- - gets an increased salary. is hailed as a harbinjjer The blue-bird In this connection mention should be to the South have not acted hastily. ' ger and tun went West. er.ng illness. Buried in ou ot Spring. Itisaleoa teininder that a The Star which publishes a full length All accounts due Powers fc Hagan an I n lay. He was a son of the late Homer made that A. E Yelton, who married Many of them have gone downiti person is needed to prepare the I'axttr, and leaves a wife and three Miss Grace Million, granddaughtt'-- of to look at the country arid collect fitfor portrait of the deceased, with bis great W. F. Powers aud T. S. Hagan, pri system for the debilitating weather to jnation for the guidance of themselvt-wflkiug caue live feet highways William M Ballard and bar bee agent s as. or to April 1st, 18yo, wtien the wrtne nd yqu will hear the come Listen Kens has been njveived here of i at MiUdale near Covington, is now in the an others. The movement, bating now ship dipsol vel, have been placed in tl JersejKSold. of 'Uncle" Wjiireir Harris, oneof hands of P H. Sullivan for jiumediai fairly began in earnest, may bo expected Paris office- :: : S. B. White has sold to F. J,. tooouat an accelerating rate- - It will the landmarks 6Ttli6Misoiiri vail y for collection, with instruction to bring si ,hilUtin March, April, May." . . ! 'kineon a cow at G0, to eo"fge D. . Prompt eoortwKw and Keuers trt . ,. . T t , Near Tampa,1 Florida, masked men add many .veryiVeflirabJe citizenB to the I more than, half of it ceiilury. lie wae on ,all tKose Tematniae unpaid at tl k of "iitetwoatSlSO, to A D. Powell r broke open the bouse of Bowen Lykj, population w we South, Jrn-l- and in nearlv ige and died at the aexi ter ofj. 'u, one at $75. All A. J. C. W.JF. Ph:hw. UnArknBaLhir-fersatly to'the value of ite hjud and t home of his daugli oowti whereupon he killed four of iIkhb ad ti ,s registered. Tbey are beauties. diverwficatMMt o ite inAariec. hag vWt io bar, H iyJuma original IV. T. S, Haoak. i J woan&sd.fieveBith r i repeating rie. ' ' S - THE CLIMAX. S'ra'other Sock -- If Socrates Maupin was ever sheriff" of U. PRS0NALS, s WARREN HARRIS. J 1 PUBLIC SALE Fine Jack. Wood-purifi- er d-- pofcs-sip- u wn An-aft- er shy-bal- d, fi w ) 1 1 col-oi- ed Pai-rishe- s, half-heart- ed 40-4- 3 John D. Harris, d f. ns - fool-hard- in ntoHto HI GOODS IN RIGHMORD. ausT m fro; FINES T NOTHING WNEW.W Ad-viee- r," f to-da- 50,-0- 00 IN THE EAS- T- e BUT ALL I first-clas- s i re-cei- 1EW MILLINERY, Dry Goods ond Iw well-kno- wn N ptd-ireeis- as e e 38-3- 9 ' Cay-wo- od woeld's d wmv. Notions d i.i-- i, . m-n- to-da- jOM or I S10lF-Worn- - m-- - - Epi-mpa- l TiiDe Onward - am going to add to our already tractive stock full line of at s -- M ILLINERY GOO D3 ru-lie- ed Which will be in charge of MRS. LEE MAUPIN, an experienced Milliner. - is M)t)ISP.TDDD. 'Some Fastidious Peoples BRUSSELS TO AXMINSTEBS -- A vli-,rle- , e, Courier-Journa- .. 1 - Bt. J. S. COLLINS. k-- al '- I - s store-hous- e -- 1 I 1 le BICYCLED HEADQUARTERS JVL -- - H. I3ROWR Suij-da- y, RICHMOND, KY. ra-tu- re STi-a- ! -- I 1 1 THE HAMBLEEr, THE CEESCENT THE SPEED; 1 n how-ove- WHEELS AT $40, $50, $75, $100. d Second-Han- Wheels, Wheels to Rent; wwfcbbfwiru wz&wb. j i- - blood-purifi- er f s . the-deat- h , B Rina!rinn a SsnrsalfV tpt I i a 1 v erL ijthe i!-- I?? e H : i! -- - - 'i. - lisr "" n JF. , o. . 'u - . :mjsMBK 5 ..:.'.., . ,, - t - jm RB - i fc v. . iiv 1?' , &, - i - j o - - 4-- n I S t. ft' ; : : : - .. mhm mtat yX rVsr Jvm --- J0 THE GRA2IANI BILL Ild Over BnUl Next Monday The Poolroom IVopI DelayluB Matters. Frankfort, Ky., ilarch 7. i i . I I Bf languid women are sick women. Every woman who will take the trouble to notice, will find that at ertain fixed periods she is nervous, cross, irritable and despondent. irrejrularity makes the conditions An worse. Even a wsrll woman is less amiable than tibial at these times. What can be cxp.tted from a sick woman' When every movement is a dreary drag, when the nerves are all en edgt in sympathy with the particular ones affected mv.ara it seems that death were very much to living what can a woman do hi hr children then It is cverr woman's duty to be well and heaVhy. There is no reason why she should be otherwise if only she will take care of herself and take Dr Pierce's prcer tavoritc Prescription when she needs it. This celebrated remedv has been used in the Invalids Hotel and'Surgical Institute at Buffalo. K Y.. of which Dr. Pierce is Chief Consulting Physician and specialist, for over 30 years Thousands of women have been cured bj it and hundreds have written jrratrful letters. Some of these letters are embodied in a 1000 pajre book, profusely illustrated, called "The People's Medical Adviser," which -. wil' be sent on receipt of zi cents in stamps, to cover postal and packing -- The professed friends of the Graziani bill united with the opposition in the senate Friday morning and prevented a vote Friday on that measure. It had been set as a special order for Friday and came tip at 11 o'clock. Senator Bronston at once got tip and while" disclaiming any hostility to the general provisions of the bill argued that it should be postponed in order to allow the senate tq dispose of some belated bills. Senators Goebel and Ilissem opposed this, but the combination in the senate Healthv happy children are those whose against this and other bills was, as soothers have been, and are, healthy. The mtentioned woman in the world will usual, stronger than the bill and it fnll short of her duty to her children if she went over until Monday. It will then is worried and weaned with weakness and come up under the agreement as a sickness. Most all irritable women are sjecial order from day to day until sick women. Mo-.-t all melancholy, listless, bt waiting to be run out, and they were scattered all along the valley A great deal of fencing and several houses were destroyed. The damage done by the dam giving way will amount to thousands of dollars.'" Lane Jury Disagrees. VERSAH.I.ES, Ky., March 3. Having failed to malte a verdict, after being out since last Friday, Judge Cantrill discharged the jury in the Xewton Lane murder case at noon Monday. Six of the jury were for life imprisonment in the penitentiary, four were for fifteen years and two for two years in the penitentiary. Lane will make application for bail. he-lo- LitxrsoTOX, Ky March 3. A special from Jiindman, Ky says: T1m5 largq splash dam at the head of Beaver" ertsek has been swept away by a flood. There were several thousand logs in the pond Sim Swept Awayy promised' lanB; anr there "ti:m to xn some way tlie uiT in thtj bucket CENERALASSEMEILY.' isi no Joshua to lead the Invites unto canffn"t"ilre. and when- Willie, the five- ., . ' .1 . k . " - . - I. ilis waters of Jordan, that the waters adverse eport jvuvuero tno senate-oycarroia txiy, dropped the pail DUrnmgrjr. anjiy divide, and the people pass over paint was thrown over him and his lit " FnAKKjiOnT,thr,Grlanl UlU. ' Morels. Senatb The comidiy shod. tle brother. mittee on corparal!o)! ngteea to brave the This is not a good year for m'racles, Both were covered with flames nnd - storm Wednesd i? naoralnif. and nude its recrazed with pain. The elder child ran port on the UrazLPtanU-pcolTOObill to lh& .and the republican party is not com-ixisof the chosen ones; althougn it into the next room. In the meantime senate. The report- - was advorse on the bllL up by Mr. f The amendments drawn n(erd true tbat they are 3 peCUi;ar the father seized somcbedclothesand commitGrazianf . j cuuuuuu. j smothered the flames around the baby, tee by way and offered to the ipjupie iu iul uajr uuu of curlnff defects in the; and then ran into the next room to dill as pisdcd by tlehooa were not reported. 'They have made bo many sacrifices to save his other son. Tlie boy had al- Senaior Stephensoncta4im:ui of the commU Jtliimmon that they have been storing to ready fainted, and his handswere burn- tee. mule the report wasdo sen ate. and after nip" wrath against the day of wrath. some sgreod to make it ai is ed to a crisp. IIi- - hair and eyebrows specialdiscuxsloni nest Frldar. 'Tiere is among them a Babel or politorder for were burned off, and he had inhaled Uoese In the of Harrison. ical tongues, and they cannot get tosome of the flames- - The boy dipd at Introduced a resolution that the legislator TllURiiA. gether. t&e a k m hoirse-Swinfdrt- ,',-. . ' T)r Classic for the murder of Jesse "X7"ANTED Severaltrastworthvg- Awarded . tiemeq or laaies w roei in Owenton, has beea sentenc Honors World's Fair. Hnnaer, at :. tocky for eetablihsed, reliable houe ' Salary $780 and expenses. edtothe penitentiary (or life. Steady pc , DR; 1 ed Oliver P. Tucker, of Oovineton, has ' tion. Enclose reference and stamped envelope. The Domm. own J.HH""""" Woinal ".ntKraminpr ed . """"" .' r.y,m,. Third floor, Omaha u,o ranMnnnti flmtnct at a salarv ot """" ' in bllD V...W 00 Chicago. $5,000 a year. :i self-addre- -- I . y an early hour Thursday morning, but the baby may possibly recover. ' one-cci- of the circuit clerk, but was taken into Judge Field's court and filed with him. At the same time the case was briefed and the whole matter was submitted to the court in such shape that only a decision is necessary to settle the matter. Mr. Pflanz bases his action on section 4131 of the general statutes, which provides for the removal of the sheriff for not filing his bond before the first Monday in January. It is supposed to be a friendly suit between Schuff and Pflanz to decide the matter of who shall be sheriff. Jamra Denitt Found Guilty of Wlfe-Mnr-de- disposed of. FRIENDLY SUIT To Decide Whlrh SliaU be the Sheriff of Jefferson County. Louisvillk, Ky., larch 7. John R. l'ttanr filed suit against Charles Schuff for the purpose of removing the latter from the office of sheriff of Jefferson county. The suit was filed in the office r. Grayson. Ky., March 7. James the wife murderer, was found More than 1C000 veterans sr cared for guilty Friday morning and his punishment placed at Dewitt ly the vsrions Soldiers Homes of the not guilty, but death. one state pleaded witness after United States. had testified changed his plea to guilty. He thanked the jury and said he want KENTUCKY NEWS. ed to die, for the screams of his murdered wife were constantly ringing in his ears, and her distorted features rv Vw From All 1'arta of ttia were ever before him CotllUIOMWCttlltl St. John lloyle Candidate for Sentor. ASSOCIATION. 663 Main onlv, by World's Dispensary Medical St., Buffalo, N. Y De-wit- t. Utl btates district court Saturday to to an indictment charging him with forgery iu counection with an application for a pension and also with tiling a false claim, know nig the sauie to be false. The defendant is un old man. and is one of the t kiuiun citizens of this portion of the state in U-s- FOR FORGERY. Judge I), p. Itrthuntm, of Kuck-mllCounty. Ky In on Trlnl. Jouii.vii.i.K. Ky., March ..- I). '. county JuUjje of ItorkoaMle CKinty. Ky., licfore tlie United e - er ment oiisiimel nearly the entire morning, ami the wa.s fiiuilU mt-ruli-d- . ll was then discovered that II. II. Maker the priiifijMl witness for the govern ineHt. as not present and the case as nmlimusl until October 20. An atUteiimeiit tvas issuitl for Baker's arrest, his ImmmI being HmhI at 5.VH). r Mlileh lie resides. He is ilefended by Hon. A. R. Willson awl rapt. Sam MeK-When the case wustaiHud these atUirneys Hied a demurrer to the indielitient, anil it was ngretnl to argue it at once. The argue Ky., March 7. Hon. St iohn 15oyle, of Louisville, is the republican senatorial nominee. The republican joint caucus met Thursday night, and hy an agreement between Senator A. J. Deboe and Judge W. II. Holt, he was declared the nominee by acclamation. The selection is a happy solution to the muddle. It was a full caucus, with the exception that Carson, Dodson, Stiglitz, Rice and Freeman were ab- senL Ilroke Her Neck. Gkaysox, Ky., March 7. Mrs. George Flangher, of Willard. Friday evening was thrown from a horse, striking on her head and breaking her neck. She was accompanied by a messenger, who Fraxkfort. had leen sent to notify her that her sister was dying, and she was riding fast at the time. She leaves a husband and several children. Itrasman Dead. DEAD LOCK CONTINUES. Two rnitlr Itullut Taken In I lie 1 Ken-fu- k Klanforth (rep ) Satiirdajittl for Carlisle for senator. An attempt was made to ehvt him with the anl of republican lotcs. The scheme faileil. however, the first ballot rehiiltiug. ltoyle. M; Itlafkbum, 00; Carlisle. 6. The second Itallot.start ed nlT as harmlessly as the first. The republicans declined to vote and the original Carlisle democrats went hack to him. Enough republicans refrained from toting to break a quorum. The second ballot resulted Blackburn. 4: Carlisle. 15. This not Iwing a quorum, a motion to udjoiirucurricd. CONTEST CASE. - Frakhm:t, SMturil.1). Ky., .March "J. Speaker Cyntiiiana, Ky.. March 7. CapL Thomas Beasman, aged 70, died Friday. He was a Mexican veteran and fought through the late civil war as a captain in the confederate army. He was for a number of years sheriff. He will be buried on Sunday in Battle Grove cemetery by the Knights Templars. New Urain Inspector. Lucius Moore, commissioner of agriculture, Friday morning appointed Edmond L. Davidson, of Louisville, to be weigher and inspector of grain at Louisville, vice Morris Satterwhite. The place pays 82,000. 7. Fbankfort. Ky., March of northern capitalists has just completed leases on over 50,000 acres of prospective oil lands in Laurel and adjoining counties. Extensive operations Daville. Ky., March Kentucky Oil Laads Leased. 7. A syndicate are expected to begin when spring opens. Tim I)unlH-KHurni- Kaufman, the contestee. continued his argument until 11:30, and a vote was about to be taken when a conference look jilace between sofne of the republican leaders. Then Mr. Howard (rep. moved to postpone further action iu the case until Monday at I1::S0, and this carried. It is said that Dnnlap's frieiMls had discovered a motcment which v..ulil have defeated them had a vatc lieen taken Satiirdaj. A special Ky., March from Ilawlgreen. Ky . says: News has just reached here from Frozen Cieek, Ilreitthitt county, that Thompson 1'hipps was taken fr m the house of John Miller by a crowd of regulators, Ii.n1 hand anil feet across a salt lurtvl and lieaten so severely that he is now iu a serious condition. 1'hipps. it is alleged, had lieen claiming a large share of Miss Millers time, which, it is said, '. lliilll Momla3. Fk?kfwrt. Ky.. March MruRKle liors St Ovr Mr. l'nrf hased liy the L. and N. Middlksboko, Ky., March 7. The Louisville & Nashville has purchased the Knoxville. Cumberland Gap A Louisville railroad. This road connects Middlesboro and Knoxville, and the distance is 70 miles. Death of a Mrxlran Soldier. Kj-- .. March 7. Capt. W. Tom Baseman, aged 70 years, a Mexican soldier, died Friday morning'. He served the county of Harrison as sheriff from 1 Berry. to 1878. Within the past year he has lost two sisters. 1S71 IfttltMl L0UIKV11.LK, KitMlft ICetfllCf. presented her husband with triplets Friday afternoon, two boys and a girl. The boys are both Blackburn democrats. Lawrknckburo, Ky., March 7. The electric light scheme seems to be a sure go at last. The citj council has advertised for bids for 15 are lights of 1,200 candle power each. New Kentucky Tout mast era. Cynthiaxa, Ky., March 7. The wife of J. T. McCormick, a merchant of Two Boys and a Olrl. Cyn-thian- a, Electric Light for angered her other admirers. I'nMic Itullillnc fur Howling W'asiii.notov. March " Kepresenta-tiv- e Hunter, of Kentucky, will Monday introduce a bill in the house appropri-tin- g S7.1IMKI for a public Building at Bowling tlreen, Ky. He is confident that the enmmittif on public buildings and grounds will promptly make a favorable report on the measure, and believes it w ill receive the approval of the present congress. Anll-1'.K- .I Itlll Will I'skh. Frankfort, Ky., March 9. ThQ friends of the Cmziani anti-pohill were especially active for the measure Saturday, and believe they have secured favorable to 'the bill the wavering members in siiflicient iiuiulers to guarantee its nuecess. Senator (Joebel said Saturday: "1 U'liete the bill will pass. I am using ail my efforts toward Its success." Wants Heavy Damage. IVixciikstrr, Ky., March . Peter Bidder, an inmate of the county poor-houshas sued Chief of Police .lames Donahoe for S2.5O0 damages. Donahoe arrested Uiilder one night this week, and Bidder claims that Donahoe beat him badly and unnecessarily, dislocate, Green. Ky. pointed Friday: B. B. Porter, Alphor-ettM. J. Dalton, Fullers; C L. t, Hutchinson. a; March 7. The following fourth class postmasters were apWASHIJ.GTON, Tal-bot- Caught by Hounds. Middlesroro, Ky., March 7. Charles Linger, who is said to have burned his uncle's barn, was caught by bloodhounds near Pineville, and returned to Tennessee Ceijna, O., March 7. The well on the Venning farm was shot Friday morning. An charge was put down and threw oil, mud, sand and rock several hundred feet in the air. The well made a splendid showing of 80-qu- Well Shot Near Cellna. ing "hte damages. shoulder and iullictiug other showed. sessment of the city and county property ha just been completed, and shows iu the city S17.217,"25. in count' property valued at S11.010,4l!, making a giS,2eS,0. This is nearly two million more than the last uriscssment CoL Ilotrle O. C. Bowles, 'Wraith. Lexinotok. Ky., March fl. lhe as- of Ky.. Drfit neal. Man-- h s 9. CoL oneof thMduling-ettiwnof tlie Big Sandy valley, dropped dead in the courthouse at 1'ikevilte. Ky., of heart tronhle. He was one of the leading democrats Of this section until two years ago. when he joined the rcpub-Jican party. ThrSouplioup' Rnbted. CrKTHMJCA." Kj-.- , March 9 Denny Williams' famous resort, known as the 'Souphouse, was entered during the early hours Saturday morning 1y some nnknown thief, wjio Feeured S50 in cash and a lot of provisions, tobacco and cigars; also, a gold watch and -- I chain. it;.& Died Suddenly. Loci&viiXE, Ky., March 9. Will H. Found Dead In Ills Bed. Il0DG1NVlI.Lt Kv . March 3. Mr. .1. n Swift. be Jefferson street grocer, died with shocking suddenness Coates, an old citizen of this county Sunday afternoon at his home of heart was found dead In his bed at the home ot failure. He was chatting with his fam- JediahH3yes, where heliad been living ily t the time, and was apparently in before the best of health. apparently wcIL About two o'clock in Ifie morning the family of Mr. Hayw J i.ub.1 Dr?id lM lledj Hoj'Ki-Friu,heard liittl nut in the yard pumping Kj., March Catharine A. Yatfglpn, one of thd ld water, bat wbea they went to wake eat worceri In Ihe'founty, was foUdtl hint fer bredkfakt they found Irnt eaa a si her taste near HeTndtJHj I deAi &k.4w4aWM line to femwt well-know- triaL DeWitt was taken from Catlettsuurg Monday morning, and protests that the jury in discharging Rose at his examining trial showed prejudice. expects to hang, but says he will not go it alone. The eases of Mrs. McGlone and Flew Jordan, charged with killing and rob bing Silas .McGlone, husband of he woman, will be brought before the grand jury Tuesday. Besides thee there are two other murder cases and a ti umber for felonies. Blfj Religious Ite.lral In 1'roffre. CATLKTrsnuRO, Ky., March S. Tae Baptists have been holding & series of meeetings at Hampton City, in the southern limits of this county, for aev. eral weeks past. There have been 50 accessions to the church and many otn-er- s have professed religion. Last Sun day several were baptized by immer sion ana Sunday 23 more were baptized at the place. Probably 2,000 persons aw the baptizing Sunday. De-W- itt oiL Columbus, O., March 7. A man about fifty years old, who registered at the Davidson house here Wednesday night as J. S. Stollsmith, of Lithopolis, O., was found dead in bed there Friday Apoplexy was the supposed cause. HE WANTS COMPANY. DeWltt, on Trial for 3IurJerlnr His IVlfa Implicates Wirt Rose. Ashland, Ky., March court began Monday morning ai, Cray-so- n, Carter county, and the case of DeWitt, charged with wife murder, and who recently confessed, implicating Wirt Rose, will be the first up for xi - V, ,. . 1 Bradley Appointment Confirmed. FitAXKroirr, Ky., March 5. The senate confirmed Gov. Uradley's appointgreat rate Tuesday, notwithstanding none of ments of J. 1'. Huff, of them has any chanoe of becoming a iaw. BOLTERS. Vanceburg, as superintendent of the Mr. Chambers, of Kenton, sent up .a Feeble-minde- d institute here, and of t volumnlnous relating hill to Three More Democrats Desert Senato" Judge W. L. Hazlehip, of Edmondson courts and proTldlng for the estabJJlackburn AV. .1. Debne Looming Up. lishment of those tribunals, with a count; Frakfokt, Ky., .March 0 Three county, as steward at Lakeland asylum. Judce and three cocmissloners. Some of th more democrats left Blackburn Thurs Tho terms of the democratic incumothers Introduced we,re as follows: By bwln-forday and joined the five bolters who had bents of both offices do not expire for an act prorliUag for clerical assistance to the attorney Rcneral: by Tomp. already been voting against him. This two years, and it is probable that even VIns, an act amending third-rlacharter is only the prelude to the storm which after their confirmation the appointoes J so as to provide for lncreasinc the ill come Friday, when twenty or more will have to go into the courts before salary of mayors to Jl,800, by Kaufman, officers. are expected to cast their votes for Sec tney oust, an act amending the state pharmacy law: by R. K. Morgan, an act amending the retary of the Treasury Carlisle. Those Horlmr for OH In Ohio Connty. mechanics' lien law: by Howard, an act repealwho left Blackburn Thursday were: Hartford, Ky., March 5. The Kening the separate-coac- h law: by Vance, an act Noe, of Owensboro; Dougherty, of tucky Anti-clinOil Co.. of this place, proposing a constitution to amendment abolish the commissioner of agriculture by K. Grant, and Norman, of RullitL made a contract with O. G. Wilson, of K. Morgan a proposed const tutional amendThe vote resulted: lllaokburn, 53; Belleville, 111., to sink a well within ment providing for female suffrage. Deloe, 40; Carlisle, 7; Hunter. 4, and five miles of Hartford for oil or gas. the rest scattering. ANTI-POO- L Work will commence within ten days. BILL. Gas geologists claim this best oil GRUESOME FIND. It Is lielleved That the Measure Will Pass territory in Kentueky. The men com In the Senate. DisTarts posing the company are men of money, L Fra.nkfort, Ky., March 4. Despite Human Dones andUnder 11of Clothing covered Tree. and will push the work. the unfavorable attitude of tlie commits McKixNF.r, Ky., March 0 South PAPERS I TEi IS PlGESAWEKHIinmil Henry Smith Must tee on corporations, to which the Grazi- Fork is excited over the finding of a lot CIPIT'I. Oil WllllfUl fiLLE.,- -sKy.. March 5. Thecoart r"-i ani bill was referred, it is believed that of human bones, parts of clothing and PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITIES NO. 1. any weekly or semi- the bill will pass the senate by a deci- an old hat which were unearthed near of appeals Wednesday morning over--ruleh Ij'rter than 116 W 6th St., Topeka. Ki Senator William B. .Vlison, of Iowa, r burn in Perrr, Oliio, March 2, 1829 sive majority. the petition for a tehearfngmthe: weeklv paper published, and is the that place. and became an Ioan in 1S57. Uepinmng with the Tliirty-iRht- h L'onjrress, h nerred Then are now 19 senators pledged to y important Democratic ''weekly" four terms in the bouse and has been in the Jnited States senate since JIarch, 1873, The discovery was made by Thomas case of Henry Smith, colored.. LexingL its support, including Elmore and Petri, Zimmerman, who was hunting in the ton, under sentence to be hanged- - f6r blished in New Yoik City. Three times 11 1 secured Tuesday morning. Goebel says woods. It is thought they may be the assault, thereby setting at rest wny lari:e as the leading Republican " .. II the bil) ought to pass and will pass tho remains of a man named Upthegrave. a further proceedings in the case.-- Smitb ekly ,tf New York City. It will be of you during the ApriL especial advantage l senate. former citizen of South Fork, who dis- will be handed in In the corporations committee its chief appeared suddenly several years ago. (JAiXiNUT GET TOGETHER. oppopent is Senator Bronston, who al( as it is published every other day, except THE STORE-HOUS- E leges that he wants suitable poolroom Itlenr Ills lira Inn Out. Sunday, and has all the freshness and legislation, but, nevertheless, fights it timeliness of a daily. It combines all Wkst Liberty, Ky., March S. Conn Republican Leaders Are Divided on Now occupied bv on "very occasion. He is regarded as Harper, of Elliott county, Ky..who had thene-r- s with a longlistof interesting deTariff and Finance. the "Cv clone," next partment", unique features, cartoons and the senate champion of the other side. been indicted about six months ago for door to D. P. Armer' graphic illustrations, the latter being a Senator Bennett, of the corporation carelessly shooting a child, shot his The Onlv Thing They Have In Coraiuoa Jrwelrv S'ore, tor ir, specialty committee, has a substitute for the G ran-ziaown brains out. He was alone and unIs the Greed of Spoil anil un In tS6. Possession gut All thee improvement have been bill, which he will endeavor to der the influence of whisky when he ordinate Oeslre to ICob once. made without any increase in the ost, considered have by the sen- committed the act. His friends thought the I'eople. which remains at one dollar ppryear. ate. Hissem, of Newport, states they haH him disarmed, but somehow J.E.GREEN! We offer this unequaled newspaper i(- that the corporation committee, when he procured the revolver by which he Washington, .March 3. (Special.) and the The Climax together, oue vear it makes its adverse report on the Gra- launched his soul into eternity. The efforts of the republicans to get. for SI .70. ziani bill, will propose that the bill logtther on the tariff question would' The regular subscription price of th Held Under 8300 Itall. and latest proposed amendments, toif they were not positivewo papers is ZjJ0. Mt. Vernon, Ky., March 6. Clint C. be ludicrous, Under the domination of gether with Senator Uennett's substily pitiable. 2 fO 14 YEARS OLD. tute, be printed and made a special Todd, who stabbed his son to death, Tom Ifeed the house ias-ca bill! order for Thursday. The committee is had his examining trial before County which was framed entirely in the interPure Old Whiskies for Family an divided in its sentiments as to its re- Judge Hetharum Thursday. -- .... v.as est of New England; and it has lancinal Uses, in 5 and 10 gal u held under S500 bail. The fact that port, and this has tangled the situation. Packages a specialty. young man went to his father's guished in the senate for more thnn: the two months, iwo efforts have been: The Elite Stationary Company, of Lex house and renewed the old quarrel did DEMOCRAT TOMPKINS Xim much to allay the excitement and se- made to secure its consideration; and1 Liqur mgton, Ky , is determined to increase fetlll Ketalns Ills Scat in the Kentucky both efforts have failed. cure low bail for tho prisoner. House. their engraving business by furnishing Wholesale Dealers, "The tariff bill is dead as Julius Cue Want a Votr. on I'rohlbitlon. Frankfort, Ky., March 4. The reMr,' exclaimed Senator Frye. of Maine- first class work at prices away below their Middi.ksboroupii, March (. A petipublicans aro in a great muddle and Silver Cre k the the last vote in there is no 7, es to help them out of. tion is being circulated here by mem- uponsenate;occasion of disinterested cit- competitors. When in need of visiting and every llie the senatorial contest. Congressman bers of the W. C T. V. asking" Judge has said amen. The beautv of the cards, wedding invitations, &c. &c-- t write Lewis' stock seems to be falling-- and it Bingham to call an election May 12, to situation is the fact that the repubis doubtful if they will be able to nom- decide whether spirituous, vinous or them for samples and prices. licans have not been able to get their inate at their caucus Tuesday nipht, malt liquors shall not be sold in although they declare it will be crowdIt is thought the election political wings to flop together. They EMBASSADOR EDWIN" F. UHL. have no coherence, and no party aspiraed. At the joint ballot Tuesday Blackwill be called. U I til native of New York Pn5K?s. Dew fr"0?8""-- - to Germany apea and a personal friend statu and a of uniform motive. Aside from tions burn received 01 votes and the repubresident of Micniipin. He is about 55 years of of Don M. Sutton Will Case Knded. i heir greed of spoils, and hope of indilicans gave 28 to Mayor Todd, of LouisofThe Gnd " V Versailles. Ky., March (i. In the vidual enrichment at the expense of ville. Sutton will ease the jury sustained the the people, the eastern and western re- - , Werner-TompkiGo In the eontest tho will. Sutton bequeathed an estate of If you want groceries. publicans have nothing y in com- - i house failed to adopt either the majorIf you want novelties. S40.000 to the Presbyterian church in nion. f ity or the minoritj- - report, thus allow, If you want a Bicycle. They have no.standard-beare- r, J3s, and no ing the democrat Tompkins to retain the United States and ignored his relatives, sued to amend the will, alOr, if your bike needs repair, co to his seat. The vote was a tie. several leging who unsoundness of the testator's rallying cry. They have presidential candidates from ten different states, republicans voting with the democrats. mind. the Waller & Nelson--, 22 31. and not one of them has recognition 204 East Main St. , COMMITTEEMEN ARRIVE. llumaiikeleton Found. for national leadership. They are go- fAEents wautedtds C. ZimMuKlNXKV. Ky., March Tom into a national convention at St. ' Kepubllcan .State Central Committee to merman reports thetindingof a portion Lotus in June like a lot of Kilkenny Meet at Frankfort Wednesday. Frankfort, Ky., March 4. Tho re- of a human skeleton near South Fork, cats assembling upon a back (ence at publican state central committee meets four miles from here. It is thought to midnight. It is their' deliberate pur- - j here Wednesday. Xearly all the com- be the remains of a peddler who sud- I ose to clavr and scratch each other rizA wi IrH n mitteemen arrived Tuesday night, and denly disappeared from that place ten into shreds, or else to swallow one an. there will be nine of the 11 present with years ago. other hid, tail and all. proxies on hand for the two absentees. John Crawford Head at Jackson. wenty years ago uie reputilican parThe committee will fix the dates for the Jackson. Ky., March C. John Craw- ty got into a similar squabble, with fastate convention and the district and ford, leading member of the firm of vorite sons galore. They met in nar county conventions to select delegates John Crawford & Co., wholesale mer- tional convention at Cincinnati, and all to the national republican convention chants of Jackson, and also a wealthy of the favorite sons went down before at St- - Louis. A hot fight is being made farmer of Breathitt county, is dead, an unknown quantity. Jiutherford B. by Louisville and Lexington for the after a lingering illness of typhoid Kayes, who was nominated, but never state convention. fever. elected. But he was counted in by a A Busy Burglar. very unique and original process. called Jailed for House Koblhi. Vanceburg, Ky., March 4. Adolph Mt. Vernon, Ky., March 6. Wal an commission. The only QLP; Davis, the alleged burglar, who has Young and Billy Chastain were tried at man at that time entitled to' recognition been in hiding near here, was caught Wildie for robbing the house of J. II. as a-- national leader was Blnine; Monday night by Officer Henry Cose Lambert and ordered to jail in default after he was nominated, the lights and. were CQ) Co) &.: and jailed. He is said to have burglarof S250 bail each. Voting, who is a put out and he was cheated of the ized the residence of Rev. Wm. Laper, desperate man, escaped on the way. nomination, just as Samuel J. Tilden stealing valuable jewelry. He had was afterwards cheated out of the elec Shot by an Officer. been caught, jailed and had broken Mt. Vernon. Ky., March 6. Thurs- tion. The icpublican managers are jail, and in the interval had committed day afternoon at Brcdhead, this coun- now repeating the history of that another burglary in Greenup county. ty. Officer Dick Peke shot rtive Harri- shameful centennial year. Davis is 30, and it is said since his 10th arrest, inflicting There have not been so many favoryear he has not been free from a bur- son, who was resisting P ite sons in the field in 20 years. The painful wounds. glarious charge. republicans believe now. ns they beThe G. A. K. at Somerset. Several Kentucky Banks Caught. lieved then, that a nomination, Somerset, Ky., March 6. Mayor Grif- would be equivalent to an Flkminqsburo, Ky., March 4. W. G. election. Hart and Elijah Hart, farmers and fin has been officially notified that the They were mistaken in '76, and. next annual state G. A. U. cncamiaent thpy will be mistaken in 'OG. Im stock dealers, assigned Tuesday mornwill V held here. ing. Their assets are S1S.O00 and liathe former year they failed to elect ibiral bilities S20.000. The principal creditors Woman IJurned to Heath. their candidate, but managed to give are the First national bank of Mays-vill- e. Lancaster, Ky., March 5. The wife him the presidential office. This year, $0,500; the Farmers' bank, of this of Harvey Itobinson, a well to do farmcity, S4.800, and the Louisville Building er residing near this city, wa? burned however, they cannot seat their man. SRi unless he shall be elected. The people aud Loan association, S700 The de- to death Wednesday at noon while of this country will not permit the funct Exchange bank here also is a cooking dinner. Her dress caught fire creditor to the amount of SS57. John and before assistance could reach her presidency to be stoien a second time during one generation. That may be A. Lee is the assignee. rthe was burned to a crisp. Will regarded as a settled fact. Crazy Woman Locked Dp. Killed His Son. In the republican national convenBerea, Ky., March 5. A man named tion in St. Louis, it will he necessary Lancastkr, Ky., March . Deputy mm Sheriff Norris was called to the house Todd stabbed his son, George, to death for the platform to be built upon and 7 of Mrs. Owsley, on Danville avenue, Tuesday night, near this place. The ardund a high protection plank. If :eFb Tuesday morning, to arrest a woman knife broke, leaving the blade sticking ,they try to straddle that question, they appearing to be crazy. She was locked in the b .dy. The boy died almost inwill lose the active support of the milup. She was about 40 years of age, stantly. Whisky is said to have been lionaires, manufacturers, importers VE A GRAND VALUES-CLEARIN- G UP S LI well dressed, and from all indications the cause of the murder. and other professional robbers of the is an educated woman. Patents for Kentucklans. plain people. Without kigh protection ntj "Washington, March 5. Tho followthey cannot hope to keep the New EngThe Thirty-Thir- d Ballot. IS!" ing patents wore issued to Kentuckians: land states solid for the republican Frankfort, Ky., March 4. Tho g ticket. The old extreme Yankees have smallest attendance 130 yet had on Joseph Deters, Louisville, machine; Lucius S- - Logan. Dannotions of self-gai- n the senatorial ballot was that of the which predominate foot-re- st for light driving vehicles; and overshadow their political convicthirty-thir- d joint ballot, Necessary to ville, ....VALUES UnIHEARD OF a choice, 66. The ballot resulted: Black- George II. Specht, Louisville, tions. There must be a protective tar- 5-- 4 Table Oil Cloth, 10c; 100-y- d spool silk thread 4c; Ladies 'fleeced machine. burn, 61; Geo. D. Todd, 28; Deboe, 7; iff plank, and that will cause a party Stone, 5; Comingore, 5; Finley I. HunHenderson's Electric Light Plant. split It has been demonstrated in the Lined hose 18c, former price 25c. A Eood fleece Lined Sit Henderson, Ky., March 5. Hender- senate recently that there are leading ter received two votes. The other balHose, 10c. A good Wool hose 18c , former son is overrun with electric men, rep- western republicans who will no longlots wore scattering. resentatives of leading firms from all er follow the dictation of Fall Kfver price 25c. One lot ladiea' and Misses Uose , Sheriff Fhlpps Exonerated. ti mm. Morehead, Ky., March 4. Sheriff over the country being heve to bid on and Wall street. ribbed and seamless (samples). 20c, Then there must be a plank dealing Phipps. of Morgan county, who was Hsnderson's new electric light plant, 25c mits, 15c. 75c gloves at 50c. Brail charged with embezzlement, was hon- which bids are now being opened. with the monetary situation. There orably acquitted. He and his friends must be a silver straddle, or else there After claim his arrest was made to injure him Niciiolabville, Ky., March n. The must be a straight gold plank. In l-- e . politically, grand jury in session here is after mer- cither event the men from the silver Era. chants who operate Bradley's Secretary. states will walk out of the conveotiou eh OHdjTMHEvhLZfA Frankfort, Ky., March 4. Gov. wheels for selling cigars. It i claimed and begin business with a.new party. 7-12. Bradley has offered his private secre- that the wheel is a species of gambling. It is probable that they wiHgo with the J EL taryship to E. S. Gibson, of Owen coun- Fourth-Clas- s rcLijj Postmasters for Kentucky. populists. ty. Gibson left for home Tueisday, The lack-Washington, March 5. The followharmony in the epub-lican but will return in a few days to accept ing fourth-clas- s party is so manifest at both ends postma&ters were apm. the office. pointed for Kentucky Wedne:jday: C. of the capitol building, that contro-ersie- s mill i niaiiirw farmers Assign. W. Banks, Hedges; Alfred Hawkins, and contentions prevail not only FLEMIN033URQ, Ky., Mareh-f- c W. G. Mattingly; T. L. Harl, Sorgho. ill public discussion, but in private conand Elijah Hart, farmers of this counversation. The lamentable" condition In the Hands of tLe Jury. ty, assigned Tuesday morning to John Versailles, Ky., Mania 5. The'Snt-to- n of the party fa the subject of all the A. Lie. Liabilities over $20,000, with mm contested will case, involving 840, talk in the republican cloak rooms'of assets about 813,000. the senate and house of representatives. m 000. was given to the jnry Wednesday E3fJl BURNING PAINT night. The verdict will not be made No effort is now being- made to enact Caused the Death of One Little Boy, and publicuntil Thursday. legislation for the people. The sole His Brother May Ile. topic is: "How shall we get togeth-- .' Theatrical Company Goes to Pieces. Louisville, Ky., March 6. Willi Georgetown, Ky., 5. The Jay er?" Nobody knows how toanswu-thAllen, the little son oi theatrical company March which gave a per- question. Theodore Allen, &. laborer, who lives at formance in this In the meantime, the presidential cancity Tuesday night, 721 Twenty-fir- st street, was fatal lj glw didates are pushing booms, and burned Ty a pot of blazing paint and .vent Ui pieces hero Wednesday flight hoping- against hope thear -that harmony ttSalrcj New KentnckyPost Office. his baby brother fo also in a sirrioui BRlNG YOUR 01 JJ GQLD AND MLVER. will conic out o'f chaos inTome miracuWashington, March 5. A ofilca 1 eonditi;w, resulting- from the saice aclous manner. But therejefuo raven, to cident. Theodore- Allen was painting- a has been established' at Jaysun, Todd feed them; nolrbck is stricketf gitei. 10 ntelpiece in his house. vhcn the t,wc county, ky., and Yaznor A Hnsbbatf terti waters of barman y jrnd brntteriv 1 1iBniJE5 appoint pettMMMMV hJer no' p!Uwof ejoud b fifty. Bftd'oa i ' 11 ' I J' . .11 " V . i 1 .v . al ss tne-preseas-th- Cantrill Thursday afternoon granted The Contested Election Cases. bail to Newton Lane, in th sum 0 Frankfort, Ky., March 8. Thfr $5,000 in the case against him for killing house met at 11 o'clock Monday and reCol.- - ftodenbaugnV anff 2,5r in the sumed the consideration of the case for killing' James Ilodeubaugh. contested election case. Bonds for S? 500 were executed by Speight, spoke at George 0. Graces, of Clark county, length in favor of the minority report ancle of Lane; Thomas Lane of ML (democratic), and Rice (rep., of GraySterling, his brother, and Robert son) spoke, asking the house to sustain of Versailles, his brbther-in-lathe report seating the republican and shortly before five o'clock Lane was given his liberty. He spent THE LEGISLATURE. a short time with his lawyer and wa The Last Dill Day Caunes a Number of then driven to the home of his brother Mr. McConnell, two miles in New Measures to Pour In at Frankfort. Praskfor-- . March . TueJ:i. was the the country. He has been confined in laxt bill da.- the present house will have and jail exactly seven months uud one ir consequence new measures poured in at n week. Werner-Tompkicoa-testan- NEWTON LANE, "Who Slew Col. If oi'enliaiigh and Ills Son, li at Liberty. Versailles, Ky., March 6. Judge adjourn sine die March, ll.trjt. being a Joint resolution, it had to lie over un.ll Thurscar. The house then toole up the Dunlap-Kautma-n contest case, from Lexington, 2nd Mr. Dnr.lai was permitted to address the coraniiteo of the whole In his own behalf. It beta? agreed thai tho contestee, Kaufman, shoahf be heard through his attorney. Judge Jerry .Morton. attention at the hands of the dntentor, there being 2,435 patents upon Ihi'in and the devices to keep them in pl-ce- Window shades have received mm MOST PERFECT MADE. Free pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. 'nm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A. CREAM STmErrsSifpl 2 BUCK EYE Le?5 thai) One-Four- th I Hill OINTMENT Scores hothihg bephs. CERTAIN CURE J A SURE and 13 years as the for 4 - of Regular price. 7 fa V . ll, L Negro's End. )AKI8. Ky March 5. Rich Johnson, W4BHIK0TOX, March 5. i'ensions colored touch, who was stabbed one were issued as follows to Kentuoky wi;ek ago by George Fields, also colpeople! Renewal Perry Jlobley Harp, ors d is dead. Johnson was only reFranklin county. Renewal and In- leased from the penitentiary a few crease Richard A. Morris, Blaine. Lu tv-- . diiirs ago, having served a term for inrence. Increase Robert .N. Merri: t, sulting whue women on the street- Uniontown, Union: John A. Thompson, Covington; Wm. 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