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And her frank happiness was gall and wormwood to Larry, who wanted her himself, but who could never havo won her love in nuy case, lor, although his father was well to do and Larry was his heir, ho was a ne'er do well, and Kathleen know it. It was not so much that Larry stole a letter or two now and again and tore them up and danced on them in impotent ruge Treachery and disappointed love have made many ;i, scoundrel do that before and will again, as long us letter, are sent by mail. But ho did a meaner thing by far. It was fcomethmg he could not have doue if he hud not found another man as black of heart a he, and willing to bell himself to almost anything for money. Michael Dennis, ho was, a young luau from tho tame village, who had shjpped a a on some tramp steamer. Lrry met linn one night in Dublin, and this was the pretty plot they hatched up together over a bottle of w bi.sky. Michael was to do the work, and Larry was to pay. "The "ship'll bo in New York this summer," said MiLe, "an I'll hunt up Pattey an tell him I danced at your wedding. A 11 you have to do is to shtop th' Fl RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, j , I H JOB WORK CARFUUUY p sxgute:d. i. NUMBER 41. l m VOLUME L896. THE GOOD OLD SONG. Oh. St. Patnek van a pvntfeiman Who cbiot of 4CBt peupie; Hi lailt a ebareh in DaMta town. An . oe it put a ter)4e. Hi- - f thg- - whs Gallagher; Hid iuo4ver wa a Brad) : Hi- ws an O'SbaBgtmessy, His mHe an O'Grady. ut I Bo utMwft) attend St. I.trek's Set, hor He's ai4Wt Mselewr: Oh he gae MemlcesaiIttNM)Ma twist A lid botfcered ttwtra ' (ovr. Thi Wsrllew WHs are Very btrh, And sii's the Wil 1 Htwth, Mr, l.i t tht tv's a bill Ji.Hcii Mftger still. M liiphcr nor ttntu both, 'T i). 00 the topef thie liiph 1 U preeelM-i- l his M 1 n i' drove the fr p irte tin- - Ivpj a!! the varmint. And u-mi-mi- , luuul HIS TEMPTATION. -- 1 PATKirK EEWAHOO) RESISTING IT. PATSEr FOB Copyright, 10. 'hi- - the Anther. ' vh, whttsky. y'are tfa' divill are ladis we aifaray, ( r bills an mountain. Tin tboosaad. Miles away." --- as a rollicking voice that caroled words as the singer over iL.it toward Miles Flaungau's little i i,f in the early dawn. Tho very h IiMeued and seemed to warole the rM drown the music of tbnt rich And it was a rollicking lad that jiig a he hurried along toward his v I' tv w ln very Mep seemed all fo tell a light heart if not of au altogether . ir itjiMieee- ii, as be canie nearer the cottage ana marked the thin bine fcHwke that ..ii..! up from the peat fire JUbide, he i j. jned his Euog: hail.l-.- n XavoHraeeM. the gray dawn is r. ..kint. T . h ni of tbe hunter is fcrsrd on tbe hill." the cottage Miles was jost I back from the table, after his r breakfast, while protty Kathleen - bustling iibont, helping her mother v ii i the Itoubold work. yes twinkled when lie heard the ranging .mteide, and lie said rogHishly, 1 i lii-n- ie .i- ... tli'.uts hot&e. Histoue, his bright I'M nf ' vp 7 WAT' HFD THE LAtsrE OF HIS CHOICE OOMIM. TOWARD HIM. the h.iosework, an get on with yonr iuiikiu. hadn't ye, Kathleen?" .sure, there's no baiste," said the t'rl t.jbhiug her head, bat blnshing . Wd lietter let th' oald wonuin finish my mother. " Milt langhed good nataredly, bnt Min no more. Presently he went out. i the Mile, down toward the cowshed, ' .d a well shaped, stnrdy young fel- Hiking anxiously at the house. reuKii he waved his hand, and dMl- u ut, The top o' the murnin to ye, ii. . -1 " ttily "The kine may wait while I t .lt J T. " be young man towbod hiH-:n- . "Tlie - .ni to you. Mister Flanagan. ' be jid it--t i ly, and the farmer turned m the .1 i directkuj. It me lie wants," he chuckled inlliself. And the 0g went ou: t tfeoa forgot teB this day we is astsev- 'i r ' r I it tbon foTKotteB this flay we aaast years, awl it may be forever; art thOB" Hat at this moment the cottage door i ued and Kathleen came out with milk tail. Good Mrs. Flanagan in- dp had seen the tears that came to the i. i t. eyes as she lietened to the song, uj there were tears in her own as well a- looked fondly after Kathleen. Jsure. it's a sore heart she has the a v tiod love the childber, they have n ,m U- for i. why ! 1 x c r iwn Hatsey's heart was swelling with e- ' n as he watched the lassie of his f .lining over the turf toward him, t, h were tho feelings of the mail. i i I'.ir W heart teemed ahnont break-- .' . .I she had the woman's part to It was for Iter to sit at home and I a w j !i le he sjMHild cross the seas to t in. where in that great new vorld in- a Ttheuiboth. And this was the g t as to Ii ua th old, old story told again. H n i tui j of pride, hope, courage and .' .ii She Imd all his hope, all his i i hi and more pride in her lover t a he bad in himself, which was not c sSJ y for Patsey thought 8 stremely v i. of himself, us perhaps lie had a r gtt to. But hhe knew the weary waiting in fore, and she knew, too, something of hit weuknetehei!. And there was the pain of parting. It was hard for both but hardest for her. Their talk was too sacred to repent J err. and the milking was blow work t ..t morning. At length it was douo, the two went back to the cottage w .ere Patsey bad to say goodby to his . Mt'L fnuuds, Kathleen's father and i:. tt.cr li.at wa no quick work, either and it v.a well along m the morning when Miifi, gripping his hand very nard, kj o "When ye have a home for her, Pait-ecome to ye, an not alto-g- i Au may God tlier empty handed. deal wi yoa as you deal wi her." And Paueysaid "Amen," and meant it Then the very last woids were to be s.t:d. and the maid and the man stood bv tne stile together. And Kathleen whispered: "Patsey, daar I iieard you singing half a mile away this morning. Don't sing that other song again." His face flushed, for he understood but he answered gently: "A woe c.-co' the crathur'll hurt no man, rjvourneen. Why, I was drinkin wi' the boys half tho night, when they gave ia g.jodby, an I'm frehh enough the i 1 d -t triaK " t.:ning." "That's it, Patsey," she answered quickly. "A wee drop hurts no man, bst don't sing that song." Again he understood, and 60 did she when he said solemnly, "I never wilL" And he never did, but one day, long after, he heard another man sing it, and the sound of it was very good. The writing of many letters is not a habit that peasants are much given to, bat once a month or so after Patsey went away young Larry Rooney, the old pct'master's son, in the little Icish vil-i-:- -, used to grit his teeth and go out ty himself tomewhere, so that be could bo alone, and curse bitterly for awhile. Tor about so often Kathleen used to 6ead a letter t: PaUey Ca&sidy or else way, forming a bridge between the casHighest of all in Leavenin Po er. Latest U. S. Go-- i ft Report m. PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. tle and the hill on the one hand and on Medicine and Surgery. the other sheltering the harbor from the ,""0 nT v kp westerly storms. Office Collins Buildine, Main Street, ATT0S2TSYS. The parishes of the island are respec-- ' Kentucky. -Richmond, ji--- 1 ti vely named after the church, or "kirk, " 1 v i in each and the ancient Faint to whom U. B. HOOCir, it was dedicated. Thus thero are Kirk DR. H. H. ROBERTS..... Patrick, Kirk German, Kirk Michael, By Kil - . - Kentbcs uey's lakes and fells r Paris ATTORNEY AT LAW, Brad-daKirk Andreas, Kirk Bride, Kirk SarOffice: Corner Duncan Avenue and Kirk Malew, Kirk Lonan, Kirk Richmond, Kentucky. Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. 'Marown and others 17 in all. Peel is -Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. ni., 1 to 4 p. situated in Kirk German. Adjoining in., 7 to 8 p. m. this, on the eontb, is Kirk Patrick, Office No 13 Firt itreet, up stairs. -- t i tBIKES AND BIKING. recently, sto d a ven- MURATHALSTEADIUCUBA where, until quite erable cruciform church, which was ... Specialties... As silent as the shades of night GRANT E. LILLY, supposed to occupy the site of one still Eve, Ear, Nose, Throat and Stomach That steal across the plain, more nncient, built by St. Patrick him- lie Writes From Cuba About the InsurHe comes; all careless in his flight A TTORNEY-- T LA W, self. But a new church has been erected rection. Of human joy or pain. DR. A. K. STEWART, a short distance from the place of the And, though you deftly choose your way. Richmond, Kentucky. PilYSICIAX AND SURGEON, old one, whose dilapidated and insaniYour course he's sure to strike Murat Halstead, former editor of the This fearful creature of dismay, tary condition necessitated its destrucKentwcky- Richmond, tion. Cincinnati Commercial, writing to the The wobbler on his bike. OfSee 8. W corner Main and Soon I street I St. Patrick's name is associated with New York Journal from Havana, givea Then in the crash, with eloquence up stairs. Will prsctice io all the courts of Orricx 11s Mam street, orer Coving I a spring of crystal water situated about 6t Nona Exhausts its phwses terse; Madison and adjoining counties and Court of MitcheH's clothmr store. Resuienc the following frightful pictures, showing When-yuStreet. I " a mile from the castle, on the.westeru or the have checked your words in- ApfealH. 3, depths of Cuba's present desolation: tense, soaward side of Peel hill. The hill hete I have witnessed the terrors and horDR. O. A. KENNEDY, To think of something worse, nsea to the height of COO feet, and from W. B. SMITH, panorama of rors of war at home and abroad but nev- A shock more fierce than all the rest PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, its summit is spread out a Your senses set awhirl natural cenery unrivaled for its beauty, er saw sadder evidences of the sorrows Richmond. Kentucky. A TTORNEY A T LA Y The wobbler whom vouthus addressed the view on a clear day extending to of strive than in this noble city and its lurns out to be a girl. letthers." the mountains of Scotland and Ireland. surroundings. Richmond, Kentucky. OSce in Smith Building. No. h Main Street, n Washington Star. Pattey had been in the new country a 50 or 60 miles away. This is a locality stairs OSce hours 11 1 an 4 to 5 o'clock. Now that I have studied Cuba for a year. It was not very easy at first. He to which artists swarm in summer to mouth, I am surprised Oites in Collins Building. 5 0 that I so JSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSs-SSSSSSSSSSSS!did not pick np mouoy m the streets, DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, catch inspiration from the book of nalittle appreciated the wonders of its nor did lie eveu get steady work from ture. The spring, known as the Silver Richmond, Kentbcxy and charms, so inadequately es the very beginning. But his bright, hapwell, is said to havo been brought forth J. C. & D. M. CHENAULT, iiiiated its fortunes, so little sympathizpy nature nnd quick wit made him from the rock by the saint, who blessed Telephone at office and residence. v friends, and it was not very many weeks it, thereby imparting to it healing prop- ed with iu misfortunes and so little ATTORNEYS AT LAW, before ho got a job with a building condays many stories erties. In former its importance to Spain, to the G. W. EVANS, M. D., THE GLADIATORS. tractor and being a clever carpenter was were current of miraculous cures having "United States of America and to Kentucky. Richmond, the Jim Corbett is going to break Fitz'sface. Richmond, Kentucky. eoou earning good wages. resulted from drinking the water, and I world at large. Having retired from the practice of medietas So Jim says. Then Tamo the modest deposit in the tho well was guarded with religioui severs! years 120. for reasu..; beat known m I nave been in the country almost to And Fitz is willing to OlEct n Second street, over Chenault's savings bank and tho weekly additions I self, I again offer furnish th'e place, cry. care. But a few years ago strangers cont.v professional t.rvices to ta people of Richmond' and Persons detlr to it, and presently a snug balance that cutting a the skirmish line, and it is a glorious So Fitz says. taminated and injured it in my services val nnd nv .! in j offlce nrsi ucor n.ni the deep black and red soil, the He's out fora fight and gore will made the home for two seem near at road to the slate quarries in the imme'of the residence ofN. B Deaiheraze on Secoao suit him, street. baud. And Patsey was steady and inV. R. SHACKELFORD, diate neighborhood, and the fountain has avenues of royal palms leading tostately So Fitz says. dustrious and hopeful and happy. common be- residences, all the splendor of the trop since fallen into neglect, the And he's ready to draw it from Gentle DR. T. J. TAYLOR, They never knew whose fault it was A TTORNEY A T LA W, lief being that its virtue has gone out ics mail Jim, that the scaffolding gave way, and PatPractitwner in Medicine and Surgery, it. of Hut the people are disheartened and Kentucky. Richmond, So Fitz says. sey was not one to sue his boss for damThe island also possesses a souvenir desolate. They talk of the glories of Richmond, Kentucky. ages, especially when the boss svemed But Fitz is aliar with wind on his mouth, of tne saint, called "St. Patrick's former days. Now are empty places, de sorry and heljied him some with his exOfflce and residence on Third Street. So Jim says. of fivo upright Chair." This consists Will prsctice in all the Courts. OSce over Rich penses. So, after two months in the stones on a stone platform iorraing a berted villages, paralyzed industries, bus Unwilline to fight in the North or the monl National Bank, same as Col. Capcrton's. 4a SS2TTJLL SraQSST. ltcspital, ho found himself cured indeed, Moylan, afterward general in tho conti- of Ireland upon collection ot t "'a8 depression on all sides, and the South, the attention of the im- seat, and is preserved in a relics, but still weak, and tho little hoard in strain is growing more intense day bv ancient and sacred insular perial parliament So Jim Says. DR. A. "WILKES SMITH, the bank dwindled down to almost noth- nental army, presided. The society aftThe traditions of the island comprise day. erward became the center of patriotic) They're anxious to meet and to put on STEPHEN D. PARRISH, ing. DENTAL SURGEON, many fabulous stories of giants and This is the carnival time, but it isonlv Unpopular With Friends and Foeo, the mits. That was hard enough, but he could impulse of the Revolutionary times in wizards which have been handed down the dismal ghost of its former self. ATTORNEY AT LAW, A lieutenant colonel in the Irish briRichmond, Kkntikky So they say. have borne it bravely if Kathleen's let- Philadelphia. Many of its members from the earliest Celtic times. Of these There is little to do. Money is scarce, And Fitz will lick Jnn gade was dispatched by the Duke of k Kentucky. ters had not stopped. No answers came were officers in Washington's army. and Jim will lick Richmond, myths there is one in which hope depressed. to Louis XIV with an account of wondrous In June, 1780, 93 Philadelphia merThe anxious faces in to any of his, and even a letter ne wrote St. Patrick figures prominently, and Fitz, Orrica Smith budding, Mara Street. OSes chants subscribed $1,500,000 to save some irregularities among his troops at which maybe taken as a sample of Celt- the thronged palace are waiting a chance Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Dengns, Etc hours, 9:00 to is M. ; 1:00 10 4 1 M. to Miles and another to Larry, his old So they say. Washington's army from famine and dis- Fort Kiel His majesty, considerably Report as to patentability of invention Free of "Practice limited to dentistry. playmate and companion, remained unic mythology in its most awe inspiring to see the captain general and talk of Charge. Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terms. So they say. aster. Of these 93 there were 27 mem- annoyed, exclaimed: tragedies past, present and to come. answered. Never for a moment doubtBefore applying for a patent, write me. s5- "These Irishmen give me more trou- form. Everyla8ting saying with never a pause. J.C. MOXGAW. ing his sweetheart's good faith nor sus- bers of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick Contemporary with the saint there The game of war is slowly played here ble than all tho rest of my soldiers. " who subscribe $517,500, or more than Do they-thin- k they can pull offa scrap MORGAN & YATES, size, pecting treachery, he was sorely puzzled a giant lived in "Your majesty's enemies make the strength Man ferocity, of monstrous ter- General Weyler expects great result of the whole amount of the with a scrap ? and anxious. who was the and ?2TSI0IA27S. DENTISTS, speedily, and his energies will be an im money. Washington was made an hon- same complaint," rejoined the officer. The good natnred clerk in the big ror of the islanders, and who, like all portant element, Kentwcxy. but such a war mav Richmond, orary member of the organization on postoffice had just told him for the twenhis kind, was addicted to human flesh. Fitz to Jim: "Go and whip somebody tieth time at least that there positively Dec 17, 1781. Notice was sent him of A MANX SAINT ALSO. This monster was blessed with three last along time. The government means I and then I'll whip you !" DR. H. R. GIBSON, business when its organization is comOwe Main Street, over Madtsea Nattoait were no letters for him, ami Patsey was his election, accompanied by a gold Bank. plete. walking away heartsick and almost de- medal made in the form of the ensign PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, spondent for tho first time in his life, of the society. To this Washington re- WHY ST. PATRICK IS REVERED IN THE General Martin has described the rebel . Kentucky. J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. Fiteimmons is quoted as saying that Richmond, ISLE OF MAN. when somolKxly clapped him on the plied as follows : terrorism in the country, and the recent I accept with singular pleasure the be will not make a match now with Cor Sir shoulder, exclaiming, "Cassidy, me boy, Kentucky orders seem to be meant to equalize the Richmond, ensijm of so worthy a fraternity as that of the Office in Sec buildinz. 18 and how are yon?" bett, not eveu for a purse of $50,000. ond Street, the Toe t'ollmsnew drugstore. 30 27- He Converted the Manxmen to the ChrisSons of St. Patrick in thia city, a society over White's conditions. lYXtraoruinary power 19 givCrown and bridge work a specialty. OSes It was Dennis, and though Patsey He says he is in a position now to dicfor the firm adherence of its memtian Faith and Ballt a Church There. en to commanders of columns. over Wallace & Rice, Main strest. OSce hours 9 The had no lovo for him tho sight of his face bers to tho glorious cause in which we are emand he is going to exercise that Many Relic of the Saint Are Still Found a. m to ia m.. t to 4 p. m. count stores often serving the rebels tate, was like a vision from heaven. Grasp- - barked. Give me leave to assure you, sir, that right. I shall never cast my ejes upon the badge with There Some Interesting Legends. CHAS. HOOKER, as depots, are removed. WELBY y. BDRGLN, which I am honored hut with a grateful re VETERINARY SURGEON, Emigration goes on. One paper in Ireland is not the only island of mi mlirance of the polite and affectionate manDENTIST, ner in which it was presented. which St Patrick is tho patron saint, A Midway, Ky., correspondent asks S:n iagode Cuba says if it goes on "we Graduate Ontario Veterinary ColUge. 1 am. with respect and esteem, sir, your nor the only one from which he banishRichmond, Kentbckt will be without population." The same The Times to decide a bet as to whether rnost obedient servant. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. ed snakes and frogs. The ancient isle of Geohoe WAsnrsoTou. tendency is evinced here, and the ques- or not 154 pounds is the standard in the Office tip stairs over New York Store, corner Office over CheaauK's rrecery. No. 16 Second Tho society gave a dinner in Wash- Man has a stronger if not a prior claim 46- and First streets Richmond class. He also asks as to tion of policy in issuing passports is middle-weigStreet 4J-on the memory of the saint ington's lienor at tho City tavern in one of painful interest. the weight of Fitzsiunnons in the recent As tho story runs, St Patrick, while January, 1782, at which there were 20 RUINS OK CHCrtCH DUILT BY ST. PATMCK. Since tbe beginning 01 the present re contest with Maher. by but a bishop, was sent in A. D. other guests, including the most distinThe Police Gazette Sporting Annual tho pope on a special mission to Ireland, legs, and so agile was he that ho could hellion business affairs have beengetting guished officers of his own and the leap at one bound from St. Patrick's worse on this island for 1S96, the best authority on pugilistic French troops and 35 members of the which had already been the scene of his isle to Peel hill, a distance of more than worse and early labors, and to which he had first Many houses that before would have matters, makes no reference to standard society itself. The first president attendOF of all been taken as a slave from bis 300 yards. Such was his fearful strength been able to meet all their obligations in Its revised Queensberry rules ttius fixes ed another brilliant meeting of the sothat fivelarce bowlders of white auartz, Scottish home near the Solway firth. ciety on March 28, 1782. lly one, which says the weights in rule weighing altogether many tons, were a very short time are in a rather THOROUGHBRED The most satisfactory of these last The saint was accompanied by 12 other hurled by him from the same less position now, and many will declare "The weights for all pugilists who con missionaries, one of whom was St century celebrations of the day on recof Auxorre, in France, who isle to the side of another hill nearly themselves insolvent before many weeks tend in glove contests, according to the ord is perhaps that of March 17, 1776, Police Gazette, boxing rules shall be as had come to Britain at the request of three miles away, above a place called pass. when the British were driven out of Among the lines of business suffering follows: For heavyweights, over 158 MY BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BKST HERDS ot this famous the holy father as one of the harbingers Shergydhoo, and there they are to this Boston. Washington paid tribute to tho breed of swine m several different tatea. A splendid lot of pigs of different ages, day, bearing the finger marks of the gisons of Erin in the ranks of his army of the Christian faith to the Celtic ant where he grasped them. Visitors to most we must name iron and machinery, pounds; middle, under 15S pounds and for sale. Bred sows a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. tribes, then under Reman rule. light, under 140." No Address. sugar and tobacco. over 140 pounds; by giving out "St. Patrick" as the While crossing the Irish sea, which is Peel castle are always told the legend, countersign and naming General SulliIn the first line nothing is at preeent other classes are given. thq white stones being visible on the van, the son of th famous Limerick noted for its strong tides and sudden side of the hill in the distance. SOME ONE DEOAX SIMHNG. done on this island, as planters and The amateur athletic rules for boxing Crab Orchard. Ky- Proprietor, tempests, a fierce storm overtook the schoolmaster, as brigadier of the day. ... -- ...... .. farmers have no money to buy machin- and fighting fix the following weights: ing his outstretched baud, ho returned i..iui-...iwas cast away, a party, and the vessel the greeting and breathlessly asked, total wreck, on a little islet then called monster was cursed by tho holy man in ery, which they would have in a normal "Rule 3 Weights to be: Bantam, 105 "Have ye any news from home?" FOUR GREAT IRISHMEN. pouuds and under ; feather, 115 pounds "The Peel," a short distance from the the Virgin s name, and fled the island. condition of the country. "I have' that," said the other, "but Ilurke. O'Connell, rarnell and SleCarthy mainland, near the present town of So overcome was he by fear and in such Of sugar little needs to be said, as it is and under; light, 135 pounds and under; ye'll not like tho henrin o' a hurry was he to get away from the Peel. But not a soul on board perished. well known that the insurgents burned middle, 158 and under; heavyweight, 158 and What They Have Done. "What is it?" demanded Patsey fierceSo remarkable was the escapo that it presence of the angered saint that, with most of the canefields in order pounds and over." Nothing is said in Ireland has produced a number of the one awful leap, he cleared the space ly. "Is Kathleen sick?" greatest orators, the keenest parliamen- was regarded as miraculous, the islet government either of the rules quoted about "give or worse nor that." St. Patrick's isle and Contrary to deprive the Spanish "It's consisting of jagged rocks and precipitarians, the most sagacious statesmen, tous cliffs where it faces the sea, and head, about a mile southward from tbe of the revenue coming from this product take" "She is not dead?" castle, and forever disappeared. Tradi- - Of 836-- plantations which grind every "No, but she's married. " Fitzsimmons' weight in his fight with the best scholars, the most sympathetic presenting such a scene of awful gran"Ye lie in yer throat!" And Patsey poets and the warmest patriots. She has deur during a nor'wester as could neither ticn fails to tell tbe fate that subee - Vear there are at present not one-ten- th Maher is not officially recorded. He readied for him to strangle him. manufu(.turi had her namo emblazoned upon tho tem- be described nor imagined. So overcome quently befell him. but it is assumed and nl05to fought jn the heavyweight class, and, . "Aisy, aisyl" said Dennis, dodging ple of fame, through the efforts of those were the rude inhabitants by the manithat ho perished in the waters of the these are in the .T I r. body was cast up province of Matanzas. therefore, was not limited as to pounds. . him. "I tell ye she married Larry Irish sea and that his who have been nursed in the cradles of festation of divine power in the deliverh tl,A wives. At. nnv mtft. nnrirl thfi lhere are 1ulte a lot of chemists who After the fight, however, he stated that Rooney two mouths gone. I danced at the houses which deck her land. In the ance of the missionaries that they glad hor wedding." castle walls, on the northwestern side.j come rom Louisana here every year in he was "one pound under the middlepolitical arena there aro four names as- ly welcomed the latter as messengers is "The Giant's Grave," where the order to superintend the grinding and weight 157 pounds." "Y" are a liar," said Patsey again, from heaven, and forthwith accepted bnt he groaned as he spoke. If it was a sociated with the work of this century the Christian faith. It is averred that three legged monster is said to have analyzing the sugar in the sugar houses LET anybody sell lower than WE do. OUR entire stock of Dry Goods, ClothmS lie. why had not Kathleen written? and its predecessor, which stand out in the entire population of cast been buried, the mound that marks his here 111 Havana who cannot find any Shoes, Hats and Cloaks at lower prices than any other house in the State. Over'why should Dennis tell such prominence namely, Edmund Bnrke, aside their ancient druidical religion resting place being more than 60 feet in work. Manv of Uiem have not received And, then, CALLED A DRAW. coats and Cloaks at any price to get them out of the way. Ladies and Mens a thing if it were not so? Daniel O'Connell, Charles Stewart Par-no- il on the selfsame day. Thereupon St length. 'their wages of last year. The griuding.is . Kid Lavigne demonstrated last WedShoes at 75 cts. up. Childrens shoes at 20 cts. up. Pins, Needles, hairThis story is interesting in another alwayslone . the "Come in an have a drink," said and Justin McCarthy. Patrick and his band were kept busy months of Januarv nesday night what was generally bein way. because it is commonly believed Dennis, "an ye'll feel better. Sure, a pins 6 papers for 5 cts. Ladies handkerchiefs worth to cts. each, 3 for Edmund Burke, one of the greatest for a few months baptizing the converts among the Manx that the idea of "The aud February, and the chemists coming-Thre- lieved, that Jack McAuliff is a girl that jilts a rnau's not worth griev-i- n names in the history of 10 cts. Ladies, Childrens and Mens hose 4 cts. a pair. Extra political litera- and organizing the church of the new Legs of Man" was originally sug-- ( lere make about 51,000 in these two over. " no longer entitled to the lightlarge towels 5 cts. each. Calico 3J2 cts. a ysrd. Cotton 4 ture, was born in Dublin, on Jan. 12, faith on a firm basis. And from that gested by it This strange device was months, according to the capacity of thti and And he led the wiy toward a barweight championship. After six short cts. a yard, Ginghams 4, cts.. Buttermilk soap 10 cts. 1729. He took a seat? in the house of hour to this the history of the Christian first adopted as the Manx coat of arms j mill and the plantation. room near by. Almost mechanically rounds two niinutesr each he was on a box, 3 cakes in a box. Corsets 25 cents a commons in 1766. He first astonished church in the little "kingdom of Man" , by Alexander III, king of Scotland, The three districts where most of tho Rueen street. The police stopped the Patsey followed. He felt stunned and tho commons at St Stephen's with his has been the most uniquo in Christenpair. Boys pants at 15 cts. a pair. Mens Linen about A. D. 1270, after he had pur- tobacco is produced are in the Remodiof. just before time was called and the unable to frame questions at the mo- electric eloquence, command of lan dom. place upon which Collars, worth 30 cents 5 cents each. the saint was chased the sovereignty of "the kingdom district, the Partidos and the Vueltt. cxftte8t was declared a draw. However, The ment, hut there were things he must guage, power of argument and extent's. 'shipwrecked has ever since been called of Man and of the isles" from its last Abajo. In the first of tbe three namec ask, and why shouldn't ho drink if of information, while debating the deMcAuliff was clearly bested and would Scandinavian sovereign, Magnus VI of claratory act His early efforts in favor St Patrick's isle, and is now occupied Norway. districts the crop will be reduced thin doubtless have been finished in another Kathleen had proved false? James Kermode. with the ruins of Peel castle. There St So he poured out his whisky and was j of Roman Catholic emancipation, His of. the regular round. Every condition of the match year to nearly one-ten- th lifting the glass to drink when some one patriotic designs for the amelioration of Patrick erected a Christian church, the GOOD FATHER MATHEW. one, as the tobacco has been destroyed was made favorable to McAulifT,somuch Ireland, the circumstances attending his walls of which are still standing, showin a back room began singing: when in that region. Thin so, it was doubtless if the contest was inHow He Made Thing Pleasant For an by the troops first session in parliament, his rapid ing the peculiar "herringbone" arwbiKky. you're a devill "Oh, class of tobacco is used most for fillers tended to be more than an exhibition rangement of tbe old tini. masonry. Amateur Band. leading me artray. You're riso to eminence as an orator and a Over bills and mountains. Justin McCarthy tells an anecdote of while the two other districts produce for the gate receipts. McAuliff will claim statesman, bis enunciation of the doc- Near by tbe saint and his colaborers alTen thousand miles away." Matbevv which well illustrateH ers as well as the wrapper leaf In the light-weigtrine of free trade, tho obloquy and the so built the famous round tower, which championship. He has Patsey listened with his glass uplift- difficulties of every kind against which still continues to defy the elements and the kindly character of that good man : the Partido district half a crop will bts just as much title to the earth. ed. As the song went on he felt Kathhe had to contend, the beginning of his is in a good state of preservation. "I can remember well how in the far-- J i,arveated and packed, so it is estimated, Havingdivided the island into parishleen's arms around his neck, and her enmity to Chatham, his struggle against off days of Father Mathew's temper- - Tne cr0;) here aml iu the faui0D3 veuUa warm breath on his cheek. The parting the court in 1769, his exertions for the es for the batter instruction of the peo- ance movement every temperance asso- .f was too roaL Anything and anybody freedom of the press, his ideas on Indi- ple, St Patrick went on his way to Ire- elation prided itself upon its band. Fa-- 1 Abaio showed prospects of a very good WATTS WON AND LOSTS. . olse in the world might be false, bnt not an reform in 1773 and his speeches upon land,, leaving St Germanicus behind ther Mathew encouraged this artfatiq ' ontput, but as the war is now in theso aban-defe- cts Louisville Times of the 7th says of Kathleen. the American Revolution aro all subjects him as the first bishop of Man. This feeling, and was very patient with thd districts many fields have been Down went the glass. "I'll not occurring during his parliamentary ca- great prolate marked the commencement of execution which occasionally doned. many acres have been destroyed, Richmond's middleweight: drink," said Patsey. "An I'll not be- reer which do not yield in interest and of his episcopacy in A. D. 445 by laying followed even the most musical inteu . tobacco houses burned and the plantem J. D. "Watts, colored, arrived yesterday lieve a word ye say. An when I can magnitude to the events of the present the foundation on St Patrick's isle of tions. I have neither time nor money to help to from Hot Springs, Ark. Watts is the NEWYQRK STORE the cathedral which bears bis name and prove ye the liar I'll break every bone generation. "He was entertained once at a tea remedy the damages, as manv have left Louisville middleweight, who fought in 'yer body." And he walked away, O'Connell's striking greatness was which was rebuilt in 1245, exactly 800 meeting in a small countrj town Theni utterly indifferent to the other's bluster- achieved in the field of Irish politics. years afterward, by Bishop Simon. This rnc n tnn1 nitrl rhn K.itiH etsinAlr rn Fst the p,antationB either to join the rebel "Pleas" Hutchinson last Mouday night. that Hutchinson was foes or to go to Havana or, as manv. He is very ing protestations. From early manhood he had turned his noble fane is now in ruins, but steps his gratification an air from one ot ot,,ere "ave doue. emigrated to Tampa1 given the decision, and claims he can The next day was the 17th of March, attention to the condition of Ireland and Moore's melodies. Father Mathew made lilEUHlE.'IS WM and poor Patsey groaned as he thought s every expression of delight j to start the cigar business there. Much prove that he did not foul his opponent. of her people. Having a firm ' 32EM JSraftTlJS of it. "St. Patrick is my patron saint," faith in the influence of his church, be "There was a pause, and then thq tobucco is at present blooming ia tb.j "It hurt me to lose, but I think I'll gain he said to himself, "but what can he do perceived that it might be made an in-- 1 band began again the same air. An fields, which uiake3 it useless for man-oth- by it anyway," said Watts yesterday aftfor a poor devil like mo? Sure I'd better strnmeut of immense political power in pause, and still the same familiar ufactiiring purposes, for the buds must ernoon. "Those people down there have go 'list for a soger." tune. One of the guests, to whom no! be rem0Ted from lIie plilnl8 as 60on 3 found out what I can do, and any numIreland As a result of his labors CathoBut he didn't enlist People can't al- lic Ireland was arrayed to a man in an particular reflection had occurred, sug- show-i. order to get all the strength ber of them are ready to back me against i - I ways do all the mischief they try to, organization of enormous power, that gested in au ill starred moment that they for tile leaves, this has been neglected, any of the in my class. Dr. and the mail had come out of a little demanded its rights in no uncertain Father Mathew should be allowed td MAUUFACTURER-AXDEALER II 'B impossible for any correct judj- - D. D. Dennis, of St. Louis, offers to bet Irish village ono day when Larry Roon-e- v voice. next select bis own favorite air for the ment as far as the new crop is concerned $500 that lean whip Hutchinson in three was too drunk to watch it, so that performanco. The history of the life and work of Amsrieu MuUs Poreign "The good father had, however, long in the J'artidioand Vtiella Abajodistrictii; rounds. Lhave challenged "Dutch" Nell, St Patrick's day the postman brought Charles Stewart Parnell is of recent a letter from Kathleen that cleared date and tho property of every living since grasped the whole meaning of thu as they are btill occupied by the insnr- - of St Louis, to tight aud Mr. J. C. Mc-things up considerably. situation. He rose and smiled his sweeti an,a MU.o tlinrnn nn rpliahlM uvuw mi Cabe is backing me. My backer in the sn.l w va w I w avaoHwas. ntm . Irishman. A man of transcendent genAND GRANITE MONUMENTS, And" the next St Patrick's day was t wiuning smile, and declared- - that ho De obtained ius, his elevation to the brightest place PATRICK'S WLE. 6T. Hutchinson fight gave me $100 after I Katheven happier. No letter came, but liked so much tho air they had just beeij Tombs, Tablets, in the affections of the people of his Many orders for cigars coming frota lost which goes to show what he thinks leen came herself. And the little home adopted country is not to be wondered have been taken to effectually preserve listening to that for his part he would from further decay, many portions prefer Hkapstoses, Urns, was ready. And they are living in it yet at, although history affords no parallel it to hear that and nothing but thai the States and Europe cannot be fillai of me. I am ready to meet anybody in having been restored to keep its wall's because many cigars are mannfais-ture- d my class." here David A. Curtis. for the whole evening. Statuary, Etc of such a rapid rise among her statesand its Gothic-arche- s entire. Its eastern in the country from where there is Watts' showing against Hutchinson "Dear Father Mathew l How he woij men. Parnell was the "uncrowned gable, the chancel end, overlooks Peel FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. WASHINGTON WORE THE GREEN. king," and future generations will for- harbor, near tho gates of the castle, the hearts of that orchestra I How hi) no communication with Havana t has sent his stock toward the top of the softened away all difficulties and re present Many Cuban cigar makers le t pugilistic thermometer, and he can get lie Was au Honorary Member of the So- get the farlts and shortcomings of the whoso battlements were so enlarged in lieved all distressed minds I The bant! Your Trade Solicited- .man in remembering the assiduous ef- the middle ages as to inclose the whole here foV Tampa and other towns in Flus backing novv from any number of sportciety of the Son of St. Patrick. was made up of very young men ; i iila forts he made for the welfare of Ireland. of the fortifications and ecclesiastical before the new vreneral came, as they ing men. He is certainly a fast fighter Work delivered to any part of tha The first St Patrick's day dinner on had been practicing but a. short time Justin McCarthy, bia successor in the "buildings. preferred imiglatin;rlithe. than to stay and a hard hitter. He has a letter signrecord on this side of the Atlantic Waa State. gtT'Wntafoc Designs and omj and rose to the performance leadership of the National party, is a Ihe castle itself coverSjfive cut of th single air. Father Mathew-ha- of only here aim await .ur.her troubles tor tne ed by a number of fwotsineat sporting that given in 3772 in Philadelphia by man of letters and of vast attainments. Prices. gseseet! sevea 'acies eeaiprisings St. Patrick's men, who state tbnt he bad the beet of the .Society of the Friendly Sons of St At.presuit he is trying toonciiiato the this slinostfroHi the first, and mad) from the Spanish aHthoritfes,. whoar GIO. O. DOZIKR, IJhuyir'i'UlJ l":ln,i ;, tlBWht This island ia now.coBneeted with some way or oiM-- Ihey dwindt sadm-- l Patrick, an organization started in Sep- - J different factions of the Irish pa.ty and idle.ojSjXfcite MUlrj a 6listntia! cmwe-- imuge pjeasant ior every use tbe fight and that be did aoivfoul Hatch- tbe " Ipjeaeev tember, 1771. At this banquet Stephen i wu vuijf tuj jfutu ia uruiuK tne cjainis 'ieeoa. I - m r yj - lar - 4& Pr-V- l n, AE&0LUTE&Y PUE3E Baking Powder a jasper, ---- v. -- - A !& kL u : ... 1 h un-der- stv .... C nasi ... r J V fi Bei-wic- ... 31 .ffiU one-thir- d v7 '2 . 49 fe ilk. TMWlX i;i film ... i9l? 11-- n Ii ht M-- 1 ' The Blue Grass D3R0G-JERSE- W IIX help-severa- Ger-manic- RED HOGS. .., R. H. BRONKUGH, it" lBralirtiJElBrBprlJE en WE NEVER HAVE "t NEVER WILL! ra :1 tbe-islan- d e has-bee- n, m l b't Everything in the House Goes regardless of Value. er ht Don't buy elsewhere until you get our prices. ... It will be money to you. McKte Corner. IlljlBfljpLll the-mas- r?ljitilafraB?raiifraBTrBTa er Madison Monumental "Works, - ud - a ' d ;! Pjerktor. - 4 !L.r. .:.,?.' - st- - - J- - !r TSv,i V (i i . i API oo 'Bias-i- . m n V1 . ?JSts f 3S '? -- v- ;-.-,,. ?, jjgil 1 r ,.-- r ... Sz jr'-- - j. - fey .i LgjMf&KgaaHttBlULttlBttKlsilidHnBH G i ii :i - . -- f. - : -- B" v - t J f r .. 1 I c ?'' "fc'Sf-.- 1 It' IT, " . , " - - - . v A! t KENTUCKY FAMILY. I . . ' Your liifr IbsbmI le- - A Hay. Our insurance is nrotected by bankable .Hfier on the Caiiital Citv Bank of Col iiidins O. There can be noetrngerl The City Council is desirous of dare not use twining the indebtedness of Richmond, given you. h bank's name without authority ifyon aiul afball persons holding vouchers, lonbt it, write" them. Good health isn.oteauud othef evidences" of imiebted-thebe-life insurance Wright's Celery ues to present to City Clerk; A. G. Tapsuelsgive you good health, they cure WelK on or before noon, of Wed new lay, troub'e l.ix'er. Kidney and Stom--,ej, 25, 1896, and imvesaiiie registered. J, tef:er tue will he paid in the order 00das Ttatinei.t costs li ii !iy Asig; .ft o'i als.e bank, iu every SI "' in which thev are numbered. wnicli brings your money back if we fail T. T. Covington. Mayor. tocureyou. Sold by T. S. Hagan, drug-Ki2 III : I :V ' F THE CLIMAX. ' yRENCH TIPTON, D. P. ARMER, If ' .... - Editoe. Manager.. PUBLISHED KVEUY WEDNESDAY BY Thg Climax Printing fltlCJu Go. PER KAlt, IS- $1.50. II st. ord of a rec- mad-doCures unequalled in medical history. his" beautiful bearing and gentle temper It positively, perfectly and permanently CANDIDATES AN NOUNCEM LIT- D. P. Armor is njciviug 'in spring whs always met in a like manner.. In cores when all other medicines fail. lie;:::! May when the locust blossoms were in That the keen , discrimination of s'ock of Jewelry and Novelties someHe was purchased from S r a better understanding of John S Owsi.ey, of Lincoln county, is With twtnre of the many phys- their dory and the gentle breezes tent the people recognizes its merit and thing entirely new. The latest fad in a cumliilale for Congress, to represent All accounts due Powers 4 Hagan and dmrrs, of Bourbon, for5i.? ical ills, which vanish Before proper ef- rthi'ir, fragrance through the house and the cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla, is bells, ladies watch guards, silver novelthe Stli District, subject to the action of forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts in- the bong birds were iu their gee, there shown by the fact ties and iu fact anything you may want V. F. Powers and T. S. Hagan, pri- of the bent bred Jacks and ria. Democratic jiarty tle g rightly directed. There Ls comfoit buy Hood's in his Hue at bottom prices, Don't fail or to April 1st, 1895, when the partner- some of the best MuUrs and ' die knowledge, that bo many forms of came i from Comb's blacksmith shop that they Fkee pikes, free silver, free trade, free ship dissolved, have been placed in the are not due to any actual dis- across the way chimes of die anvil in 18 to see them. sickness sUt". Pedigree furnished the exand ease, but simply to a constipated condi- -' Btrikiiif: 'laimony'with the spirit of the schools, free lunch counters, hands of P. H. Sullivan for immediate The blue bird is hailed as a harbinger collection, with instruction to bring suit sale. This tale is to close system, which1 the pleasant alt others. elusion of tionof the fights at Frankfort and freo bus for tlie family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt- hour a'haven of bliss, joyand peace. A Hood's Barsaparilla has a larger sale than ot Spring. It is also a reminder that a of Embrv & Harris. on all those remaining unpaid at the Atui House give us liberty or give us ly removes. That is why it is the only home off lie rose, the lihu-.jithe lily all other blood purifiers. It wins con- blood-purifiis needed to prepare the remedy with millions of families, and is where there weie more happy day s to the fidence everywhere because the statelilfj. next term of court. i system for the debilitating weather to everywhere esteemed so Highly by all W. F. Powers. who'value good health. Its leneficial year than. I ever saw auywheteelse; how-wil-l ments in its advertising and testimonials come. Listen and you will hear the 40-4- 2 T. S Hagax FROM FRANKFORT. It 1 ever forget it? fact, that it is tlie are verified by all who take it. No other , effects are due to the 11 birds singing: "Take AVer's Sarsapa medicine has ever received such praiiie, or one remedy which promotes interna rilla in March, April, May." cleanliness without deVditating the Such a home makes men better, so many voluntary testimonials of wonPure and lasting its control. organs on which it acts. It is therefore Louisville March 17th, '1 p. ni. derful cures. No other medicine pose esses Nearly all women have good hair all important, in order to get it beneadjourned till 3 p. in Tuesday, first hav- order, accompanied by a host of spectaHome with ptireand brightstirrouinlings, (peial ItTlie yon puring taken a great amount of evidence, tors, gathered at the home of Uncle Fal- ficial effects, to note when though many are gray, and few are bald. Leaves its impression on the soul. artiFrankfort special to the Couriei-Joui-uchase, that you have the genuine Hall's Hair Renener restores the natural and Times say that Cajit. Ed I'aith-er- . more or less conflicting as to what len Newby, where they spent a most cle, which is manuf act ted Try- the Cali- She made home beautiful and kept it had transpired. Governor Bradley was pleasant evening. color, and thickens the growth of the fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by pleasaut, ui charge .of tate .Militia, ami reputable druggists. a w itness and stated that armed members hair. Prizes were awarded to those n ho were allIf in the enjoyment of good health, Emblem of the happy home above. Jack Chini), tlejtuty Sargent-at-armsthe senate would have hail serious trou- and citizens had filled the legislative dressed most comicaly. Miss Mollie Tay- and the system 'is regular.laxatives or Where in sweet contentment i est ed ever. the peculiar combination, proportion and Hall's Hair Renewer renders the hair If Care and sorrow were forgotten in love, process used in preparing Hood's Samapa-rillble but for the intervention ot Gen. Wan halls for several days. That he had ask- lor took the first lady s prize, .Miss Belle other remedies are then not needed. one lustrous and silken, gives it an even afflicted with any actual disease, Hardin. Both men are from Harrods-burg- . ed first the Mayor and then the Sherifl Holman the scond Mr. ears Fox the may be commended to the most skillful (George S. Roof ) and which give it merit peculiar to color, and enables women to put it up in 1 Jived there far into the second first gentleman's prize and Mr. Andrew physicians, but if in need of a laxative, and there is no back dow 11 in eith- to keep order. That the Senate had jeai itself. This is the secret of its wonderful a great variety of styles. a number of dangerous men as Holman, Jr.. the second, one should have the best, and with the of their marriage, and the happj spell power, of its wonderful Bales, of its woner. everywhere, Syrup of d contrary to law. The sooner you begin to fight the fire, derful hold upon the confidence of the The Joint Session balloted at noon, Deputy Sargent-at-armFigs stands highest, ami is most largely gave no evidence of abatement. She was people. This is why it cures Scrofula, the more easily it may 'be extinguished. That the Speaker of the House and Pre- but only two votes weie cast they were uied and gives most general satisfaction. a fine housekeeper (and a good manage -- iding officer of the Senate had filed for Boyle. The Joiiit fce&sion then a of servants) who regarded economy usa Salt Rheum, Catarrh, Rheumatism, all The sooner you begin taking Ayer's Dr. Johnson says a big lwy came to the Kidney and Liver troubles, Dysstatements with him that the for your the prerequisite to that attainment. She ft d Humors, Cmiijiniiy. liuil Fire liiMirtinci' jonraed. pepsia, That Tired Feeling, builds up the easier will be tl.e cure. In both cases, members were intimidated and freedom home of John Garrett last Wednesdav. 1S9G. and clothed well, gave plenty of wo.k The innate ih now in session to conImioville, Ky . Mar.h, 9th nervea, createsan appetiteand strengthens Robt. Mooresopened up shool Mondaj . abiiilgcd. Rumor said that armed men wuii ampie lecreauon. Among tl e the whole system. Its merit, its sales, its del a is dangerous, it not fatal. Be sure sider the resolution relative to Gov. trom To the Creditors: Everybody ehould send that tan. difTeJent parts of the State had you get Ayer's and no other. Bradley's action in ordering out the It is now a nutter of record that the slaves alloted to the Doctor by his father leeii telegraphed for and even the Gov Scudder Pearson left for Illinois lat of were two orphan girls one of whom was Truly Asto.visiuxq. Miss Annette State Militia and menacing the General Columbian Fire Insniance Company ernor was to be arrested. Also that the week. N- - Moen, Minn., says: "Av- Ajs&etnbly. It is believed that by a strict America was a swindle throughout its my bister. To these orphans she vas State house was to be seized. He there-Bro. Parson will preach Saturday am whole career. white mammy in the t nest tense of the ei's Cherry Pectoral has had a wonderjwrty ote the Governor will be censuriiK)u ordered out the Militia. Sunday next. lerm. She took great cue 'in teaching ful effect in curing my brother's chiled. Launched with a shortage- in its capiThis is in brief what happened. Just apiroximaiingSlKX7.00 w hich and training and looked after their per- - Make Hood's Sarsaparilla tho One True dren of a severe and dangerous cold. It The House has some uiatters oefoie tal stock Home A?ain. how much truth was contained in the Blood Purifier. Sold by all druggisti fl. " SHELF-WOR- N, it. It ttroHgly endorsed the Governoi . continued to the end, skillfully conceal- sonal comfort like a natural mother. She Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass was truly astonishing how speedily they On last Friday. Prof. R C. Adams, ol affidavits made to the Governor, and .would read the Bible to them, (but found relief after taking this preparaed, every statement tiled bjyt with the Tlie Geneial Assembly will adjourn how much Alger, was hereon his way home from Duf the there was in the reports, HnnH'c Dillc an(j bet 'nlT cathartic tion." various Insurance Departments of the never read servants obey your masters, sine die this 11UUU & iTer stimulant. Eaij wil ever know, as the most parti field, Va., where he had spent three weekr--. Gov. Bradley and the Militia coutimii county, purporting u show its financial etc.) but the goodness and mercy of God to take, easr to operate. All druggists. 23 a nU. zan views will be as a rule entertained. Besides teaching a class in vocal music, D. P. Armer has somethihg new in condition, was both misleadii.g and false io those who love and obey him and of in ssetttouofthecapitol Advices from Be the facts as they may, Kentucky is he looked at the town and surrounding the Savior's love and care for little chil ing on the law n near the hotel frotit on plated Sterhngsilver ttiai'dTea andTable all over the state ahow that the Repubmaterial respects. in They are the best in the marIt is indeed la- country. Duflicld is a boom town, ami licans endorse the tiovernor in hisactioi. deeply humiliated. That fact is cited merely to illustrate dren ami how thev might obtain his a big iiistic chair. Gen. Houston was Spoons ket, and as cheap as othergeods but they mentable that her Legislature, thirty the bubble having burst numerous blessing, aud as they became perceptible seatetl aHd that the Democrats condemn him the character of its methods in deluding beneath the foliage of a sreat years removed from the war, must have are left without occupants. Jake and victimizing the public. year.?. aie warranted to waer twenty-fivi tie advanced them in every phase of shade tree smoking a Indignation meetings are to beheld ai -cigar. Mi. Cy 35- oldiers in the capitol, tOj preserve the Parri&b. formerly of Richmond, keeps i to which she was an adept, Johnson, of Mississippi, who was smok- Don't fail to see them. A. AV. Han, C. B. Sullivan, Elliot L. housework various places. hotel- - Hi6 wife is a daughter of Mi peace. and by the time they reached woman- ing on the porch, arose steppe)" ofi' the NatI WISH TO SAY TO THE PEOPLE OF RICHMOND AND MADHutler, James It. Skinner, The First The Governor has not sigded tlie Eddy's Pile Suppository The Republican House doubtless did Nichols, a wealthy citizen of Dnflield ional Bank of Ixjnisville, nd the'lVades-ninii'- s hood thev weie eomplete house keepers bill. porch, and dragged his chair over and ISON COUNTY THAT I HAVE OPEN AND OX wrong in ousting KaufTman, especialis guararrced to cure Piles and ConstipaAmong the relics the old icentlemati hat ry perfect in every detail including the National Bank, of New York ft extia session will be called, at leas seated himself by Gen. Houston. After tion, or mnnev relunded. cents per ly after Dunlap had refused to qualify. is a four pound mastodon tooth found ii. together w itli a coterie of accomplices of SALE ONE OF THE MOST SELECT department.. Both married am' he morning salutation he said "General wix. Send two stamps for 50 for the present. circular anc4 liable, in mv prominence--ar- e The Democratic Senate did equally Letcher county, Ky Near Dufiield is v le-time went on. Miss Susan found hei I should like to do some business with Free Sample to Martin Rud , Registered STOCKS OF opinion, for such damages as resulted iicuhes wiong in ousting Senators James and great cave and in it probably three huniron the numerous frauds thus commit- - back yard full of 'cullud" children, hut ..mi this morning " 'Well, what cin 1 Hiarmacist. Lancaster. Pa. No Postal. I Walton in the summary manner in dred skeletons have been foun 1, includnwereil For sale by all first class she had them well in hand, as they hid lo for joii, was the reply," ' That regro ei irs A Hi: IK. which it was done. The Democrats also ing many stone; implements. Having demonstrated these iolations not come into this world unnoticed by noy of yours George Brown, I want to iruggits eer where, and in Berea, Kv l.ast sum Obk ItopuWkans Irave had their 6 iv -- . E Welch, Ir of law conclusively in the Jefferson her. The emancipation did wrong in creating Deputy Sergeants- - mer a wagon load of skeletons proclamation buy him. What will you take for him " I am at txHivcMioH to send delegates tiState '"itcuit Court of this county, at Anns and especially out of the timaway and shipped East. Mr "He is not for sale, so we can't trad- on piesent preparing with others who brought no separation. the Hatiiinal convention. Their finan ber they employed. Members and 6pec-'ato- Adams was accompanied by his wife aim will unite with me for the sake of econoMy sister, Mary Ann Rogers, died in t i.it proposition." "1 am surprised at cwl plank is a corker. In substance it i have gone heavily armed to they were delighted with the Dutlieli my, to institute legal proceedings against Mrs. Allan's house about ten years after that, is he not hired out in Louisville?" this: lxik on liotli sides of the fence the Srate House for a week, doubtless people. those paities on that ground in our joint If yea don't see u- -, look under the fence Democrats oehalf iu the near future, for th entire she became free. Eliza Wright, the 'Yes Sir." "What do you get for him?' and Republicans alike. amount of our claims, less the dividends other orphan, is still living with Mrs '$150 per year." "That is equal to ten If yoa don't fiml us under tlie fence, lot.1 Far Reaching aa4 Thorough. Fortunately this worthless assemblj, from the assigned estate. we Allan where she also has been all these tier cent on Si ,500 won't you take that on lop tf t!i: teure If you should not Elson's lecture at the court house, FriBrought to Richmond. this miserable abortion, this expensive The same right of action l'kewise ex- intervening years. In the hist illness of for him ? "No sir, we have been odered tiwd nsofl topof the fence, it shall be AT Beizktt Online 04 ai and profitless aggregation, is at an end, day night tinder the auspices of Madi- - ists tof all bona fide reditois w ho were my sister," Mrs. Allan was her and did not even consider it. " most con taken as prima facie evidence that we inveigled into making any payments to . 4 Yea its Old. and may the Good Ixml and the people mjii Institute, showed a ast amount of or for that Company on their faith in stant attendant and when it became ap- should like to know what the attraction 4 Yers O10 . one or the other ends of the research into th musical of the never sutler its like again. its published representations concerning parent to both that the time for the dis is." "Well, the attraction to us is that fcder." wvrld and especially ot England and its solvency and standing AND YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND SEE he was bom and leared in our fatiilv. i )m France He took numerous familia.-iees- . I give Con this information, that may solution oi soul and nody was jtiear at and we are attached to him, and otheis hand and in resonse to lrer inquiries A TIIOI'.VIXTHBSIDK. THEM WHETHER YOU WANT TO PURCHASE OR btich as "WeWonl go Home Till be forewarned in 'irne to take whatevei aroaltracted by the fact that he issa d it. steps you may deem advisable to protect concerning the foul, she gae her Morning." "Sally in our Allev" and the NOT. WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW vour inteiests that, her tcachfng- had. not be the best dining loom servant m the There is iitth? prospect of war betweei. . CORRESPONDENCE. like and showed how for centuries tliev d Doubtless this suit, like the been in vain, "out there is something tnte." "That is what I want him for United States and England, but the YOU THROUGH. YOU CANNOT ,wd been .han,e,, ,,own but successful motion for the removal else, mxmmkwmmwK&aBmi& I to generation, enlarged, from that troubles mei' she continued, in and promised my wife to get him it posMMHild John Bull otfer to shoot j, abridged, trans- of the late Assignee, will be igorotii-- l as much as pos- a faint and faijing voice, "my poor little sible Now, General, what do on sa. ...POSSIBLY GET ANY.... his dependencies all around the wood. founed and otherwise acted upon. He toiitested aud prolonged sible; neveitheless. 1 confidently believe and there she broke down. At this toSl'.lOO: wiil y. u consider that? 'He world would rie up ami gouge him it. There was a little excitement at the described the uiusickI instruments of old. we win it -- thereby recovering our time Eliza, her orphan companion, ooes not belong to me, but to my stepthe ribs. There is Canada, and Ireland singing at Winston last Tuesday night, such as the lute and the virginals, the costswill additionally, excepting Attorneys' .: joined the scene. She partially rallied, daughter lor w horn 1 am 'guardian, and ami India and Australia, to say nothing but no one was hurt. The two belles of songs composed by Henry VIII, King fees. With gratefal acknowledgment of vour looked at the childien then turning her 1 know her sentiments on that suhiect. of swell small fry as British Guiana Winston were there with their pet mice. Canute, Bloody Mar, Good Queen good wishes iu the past, I have the honor eve to Mrs. Allan plaintively and said I will consider it this much ; as ou aie Here is a straw from Canada : Silas Port wood has hail his hogs Bes and others of historic note. To mu- to remain, "when you meet them in the cold world going to stop in Louisville on your reTlie "Canadian Republican Commit GOODS IN OUR HOUSE, AS THEY ARE ALL ENTIRELY NEW Very titily, painted. I). Port wood and W. J. Luns-for- sicians and music pupils, the lecture was won't vou say a ki " and here her voice turn home, George Brown is with .Mr. mittee." composed mainly of French-- ( Titos. C. IIikdmax a rare treat indeed, and to other persons, contractors. You c. u failed again, hut the sentence was autici I!. J. Adams on iixth Street auadians, has a manifesto "to if they had been there, a fund of infor- San Francisco, Cal. Miss Myrtice Aminerine paid Miss pated and the response came full ami si'iul him a note ami he will come to tin I the people of Canada." v . 1 mation was presented. Hut Elson's lecMartha Port wood a visit and spent the free "yes; I will say many kind words to Gait House to see ou, wheie you tw It declares that "we are y Who Shall dm he Works. ture, like that of the other distinguished and if you agr them, and will befriend them while I can talk the matter not in the interests of ourselves, day with the good people of Portwood. Judge T. J. Scott in the circuit court lecturer. Perry, recently here, was poorwe can ar ange matters. Mr. Join son live." , There will be singing Sunday at Harris ly attended Except the pupils trom the Tuesday rendered a decision which will of Canada, but in the interthe Full brother to "Shadeland Onward" Mrs. Allan and the two orphans who oiraighteiied up in his chair aud said, at 2 o'clock. ests of and by an oligarchy of corrupt and school-hous- e "Hill," there were not enough auditors probably be of interest lo eery countv h id been with her so many years : s "Gen. llouetc;i, jon are a gieat lawyer, needy politicians ami place-hunte-rs (sire of Online '':04,) by Ouward, i it To the coi respondent at Red House to keep the room from sounding like an jailer in the State. It has always been but you don't know anything aliout sellCanada, and usurpers and landholders Please keep that man at home that empty cistern. Mr. Elson is a pleasing Henry Welch children, maidens and mothers, weie ing li:25j (sire of Beuzetta, 2:0tJ, and one the custom here for Jailer utgioe; now with all due respect in England keeps the toll gate. talker and fine performer. He was dis- to receive $2 in each case from the conn now about to be separated by death tijou, I don't addiess notes to negroes hundred ami eighteen othets. in the''::0 She stood at the "bedside toward the 4Ietall true CanmliHits," it concludes. appointed in having an upright piano. ty, for waiting on the county court in and when 1 buy them I buy them from list, fourteen of which are bettei than "whotove their x&nntrv join hands to Paul and Fritz Listmaun, bided here examination oi criminals in felony cases head, at the right stood Eliza, one of the white people, aud when 1 have to lny 2:15. overthrow the corrupt oligarchy and upon the shores of tiftie, while DOYLESVILLE. for April 21st, will not come until May and also in miwlemeauor cases. It is orphans cltaHge our government from a degrading the other one lay in front of her on the them tiom themselves I let them alone.' Time O.vwako's dam was Nettie Time, The peaches are reported killed in 11 tli. owing to extension of engagements said that the same thiug is done in many "It is your privilege to let hiin alone." L cofoniul dependency to a free, nrosper-ou- s most places alwut here, but other fruit elsewhere. Judge Scott decided briuk of eternity. On her left, tow.-ir(the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:17J, the other counties. and independent Canadian republic " is thought to bejmliarmed yeL foot of the death bed stood the piti- Aud so I was let alone until I was read there was no provision for a fee in such the to buy nuself. Asa matter of fidelity to invincible campaigner through the grand Ilnb fail .llouev. cases. The btiit was hi ought about in ful group of live little children w o a slave I present this as- - the other in circuit in 18!)2,) by Mambrino Time, A great manv men went from this Recently what appeared to be a So this way: At the last meeting ol the "soiiKruiXH uorrE.s ai'Fkaxkfiikt intently at the face of Mrs. Allan neighborhood last Saturday to help greenback bill was picked up on the fiscal court, Jailer Welch presented a to catch from her expression an index stance to the credit of tlie Allan family (full brother to Lady Stout), by Mambrino VERY RESPECTFULLY for Butler East, the lost by from search That was what the Republicans said. Union City, but no one succeeded in streets of Richmond. It appeared re bill of $52 for waiting on the quarterly of the situation, which she endeavoied which is without a parallel. Patchen. This proposition at Esrill Springs was markable in one particular the face and and fiscal courts. They believed iu A great many "fool On the advice of to conceal by compresaed Jips and finding him. It it thought by most peoShe was the best brood mare on record De inciats" believed it. These believers ple back vere exactly alike. But careful County Attorney Hoover, the magisemotion. In their midst she stood related to me by lien. Houston himself that he was drowned in the river at w ho said he had offers, several very gcod at 14 years of age, (thetimeof her death,) axpected to see the Republicans examination disclosed two bills with trates refused to allow the claim. with the Bible in one hand, open at Jt. unFord. their backR pasted together. Nothing Welch entered suit in the circuit court. Jolin XIV chapter, "Let not your luc.it ones, to sell me but it was the request of having five sons in the 2:30 list, three of earth massive chunks of rotteuiies. when Born, to the wife of Sidney Hisle of however had ever been printed on the his wife and that 1 must they gotjlioklof the books. Gov Brown Hoover, for the county, demurred he troubled, etc.," awaiting the return of not be sold without being consulted, tmj them better than 2:19, two producing this place on Feb. 27th, a girl. backs. The face was well executed and Judge Scott sustained the demurrer in consciousness which never cuiue. A sintried lo lljat into the United States Senmore sons to take re that he had iu good laith complied with daughters and two Mr. Nat Thompson entertained a showed that the bills were issued by the all ate over the prostrate form of Uegister the items except that f waiting on gle tick of the clock made one angel and that request. cords. on Sunday, March Stli, iu honor Corn Bank of De Soto, Nebraska in 1800. of the La-iOtiice Swango, and ilidu't the fiscal court for which Welch was al five orphans and the curtain dropped on Time Onward represents the popular The late Dr. Chilton Allan, wh we do it. He pieleiided to think that of his birthday. The bankers here knew nothing of such lowed $1(5. The question now arises, this tableau to rise no more forever. At .ruxp death called forth this limit' d and t Wilkes Patchen cross, which is conceded a bank. The hill, coming into the bauds Jwango had looted the office. But it Claim that our merchants do not carry a large variety of goods 5 that if the law provides no fees for my sister's death the five orphans weie perfect sketch of a great family, wp bet- to be the greatest mixture ot blood of the Climax, was forwarded to Mr di u'l inaugurate a Brown boom. 5 and hence they must purchase elsewhere. I have therefore, P Red House. such services, does it sav who shall d cast upon the world, but that same orOmaha, with Silas Cobb attorney-at-laThe Rujtublicnis have now been in ofit phan's Goll, about whom Mrs. Allan had ter known to the Winchester people tl an yet. produced. e laid in a perfectly superb line of CARPETS of all grades the wot k? Jailei Welch holds that On Saturday evening before the first request to investigate. 5 2 from fice these many days, say about three He answers as does not. and has notified County Attor been telling their mother for nearly for y myself, as he was born since I left Win- rich breeding with such 6peed This heste and died w.hile I am yet away, so moons, and hae distoVered nothing Sunday in April there will be a lecture hereunder set forth: d years was now present in spiVit, and uey Hoover that he will not wait on the producing power and individuality as wr.mg. The books balance to a cent. given by a native of Persia, at the Bap "Your letter was received a few days them to the hands from which he his brief life and recent death iu your Boouesliorough pike. He ago, and I luve examined and exhibited county court in any such cases. It is midst obviates the necessity of any at- Time Onward possesses, will surely ge ! There are not even clerical em .rs. Next tist church on had just received their mother. I'laimed that tlier is no statue compellelrction the "tool Democrats" who staid came to this country, the distance of the ancient bill. I had an exert hank- ing the jailer to do this, and that iu fact trotters of the hiuhest type. Mrs. Allun, who had watched night tempt on my part at his biography beer examine it and he calls it "Bob tail the law does not provide for any one to and day by the side of her dying friend, yond the mere mention of his punctilat home, and who "scratched." and about 8,000 miles to be baptized. S In all colors. The latter are in Purple, Crimson and Moss Rose. ? He is a beautiful brown horse, nearly Mr. O. O. Taylor has taken his wife to money' and says nothing can be realized brilwho sulked and thiew cold water, will c and I invite inspection of them. A mere glance at my massie 3 perform the work ; although it can "who had been with her through all of ious affability and his efl'ervesing high, with fine style and sixteen hands no aud vote. A large number of Repub- the Richmond Infirmary to have a deli- on it- - It is a curiosity Ui us all.ja also clearly be seen that a prisoner could not her joys and sorrows of life and iiojv liancy, like spray from the golden fouut, carved Dining Tables, and new style Druggets will convince yon action, and can trot in 2:30 at any time. posTer cate operation performed. She is doing showed it to the receiver of the bank 2 that I can supply your demands licans who have been burin gtheirlineii 5 mute with grief for her death turns her and not being informed as to his esbe trieiLunless he had some one to stuxr nra ESTWill stand this season at 20 to garments for a long time lor the party's well. that I do business for. It seems that this cort him to and from the jail. County attention to tlfose children, and that ity, I cannot positively say that his sake, but who have not been rewarded, J. T. Marshal, the section foreman here, place De Soto is or was a little insignifi- Attorney Hoover does not say who-- e same motherly kindness which charat;-lerize- d death closes the career of the Allan faus-ily- , insure a living colt. but in the event that he left no son aud others who see thai the Democrats has been granted a diploma for being cant place out in my couutv here, or duty it is to wait on the court but does her treatment to their mother aie not so Iwd as painted are ready to be the best foreman on this division of. the rather in Washington, an adjoining coun- say that when the time comes to bring was now extended to them and contin-iiie- s to perpetuate the name, the career is al 40-4- 7 ty, called De Soto P. O , near a farm that indifferent. The Domociatic outlook is 1.. & N. road. to this day. Her friendship was nvt ready closed, and the once prominent a prisoner out for trial, he will cite a law I have been to a picnic. I don't believe good. Mr. Horace Parkes got snow-bouncompelliiigonie one to take charge of confined to food, raiment and shelte), and brilliant family of Winchester will Sunday jiight. He had been to Rich- I ever knew it befoie got your bill. 1 the prisoner' to and Irom the jail, and he but to their intellectual training as wvd exist only in memory. My contact with fi V. TDIKS (IN CKKKK. uever hear of the name now and don't will show by mond to see his best girl. it is, and the cultivation of a high sense of them was my source of information. I the law whose-dut- y S3Aleft of the place. never went to a school of auy kind, ror think there is much when culled on by the proper juJicial propriety, in which she succeeded welt. &-Mr. Robert Fletcher was married SatThere mayn't be any 'thing iu a name, had a teacher; but I had a " Webster My hanker had gieat doubts as to whethShe kept them in school as long as it wits aud then again there may. There urday to a Miss Hunt. He is twenty su er there ever was such a bank there. I authority. The first criminal case to be best for them to be there. She takes iu- - Elementary Spelling Book," and I would tried before the court will be watched years old and has only three living should le Iu fact there ought to be return you the bill, hoping that you will with interest, as it certainly looks as if terestin everything that is of iuleie-- t ask any of them anything I wished to and must be. Up iu the vicinity of wives. not try to pass it on any one aud get into there will he a clash between the court to them. They are all married, hut slw know about the lessons I was trying to The neighborhood of R. C. Boggs was the penitentiary." Beatlyville there is a creek with the lived away from Winand seine court officers. Nicholasville still looks after them iu their homes. ble learn. I have classic and political name of Hell, and scoured Sat urd a y in search of William years, but the happy chester forty-fiv- e is their friend in every time of need.-bt- tt Journal. according to a couple of paragraphs East. His mind has been wrong for sevIf at First You Don't never allows them to impose upon bet days of my youth spent there are like found iu one isue of the Enterprise, the eral years and he strayed away from A mirror could not lie if it wanted to. If auy derogatory remark is made df Longfellow's ' Footprints on the sands of Fletcher and Miss Mat tie -people on that sulphurous stream, true home on Friday night. He was last seen Hunt, of Red House, decided unani- Tlie glass has nothing fo gain by flat- them in Jajxington there is always some- time." to their locality, ofteuer than occasion- at Sam Wool urn's near the Ky. river mously It appears that Providence had tery. If the rose of health and plump- body to say "better let deui"" niggahs to get married. But the preacher ally have a hell of a time. Here is one He has no mind whatever hut is perthat the career of the Allan famivetoed the act. Mr. Fletcher hud been ness of beauty are leaving your face, alone" you will have Mrs. Allan after fectly harmless. Any information leadof them : ' ly iu Kentucky should be opened aiid ' married twice before and both wiveb your mirror will tell vou so Health is you." ." OPPOSITE HOTEL GLYNDON MAIN 8TRERT, Win. Longworth and John Hill en- ing to his whereabouts would be gladly . . . Eliza Wright, the other orphan, hajl closed by the same given name. weieliving, but divorced. Mr. Fletcher the greatest beautitier in the world. gaged in an affray on HeIlCreek Mon- received by his people. was dead iu earntst and went over to When a woman sees the indications of a son and a bright boy he was. Mr M5y Cnilton Allan the race begun, day night shot at Hill a in the face, she may with altTt Allan took complete control of his Ford to see a preacher. l"nfortuuately To Chi. ton Allan the race was run. number of times auJ was arrested and AVhen he got through witt he shot off bis mouth too often, and most absolute certainty look for the And iu his death the race is done." brought to jail Tuesday. Longworth is " common schools she sent him to .colltgj) when the Ford parson heard about the cause in one or both of two conditions Yours, . 18 years old and Hill 22. Hill says 8. A. Hood, in auswer to a telegram two antecedent wives he said that even a constipation, and derangement, of the to prepare for a profession, and wheii Geo. W. Bhowk. Longworth shot at him twenty timed." returned to Lexington Saturday morn- Ford mau couldn't afford to inairy" him organs distinctly feminine. Dr. Pierce's he was eligible he placed him in a mi Now if this isn't sufficient evidence to ing He will fill the position of nurse at If .strength is what you want, you and begged to be excused. Mr. Fletcher Favorite Prescription will cure perma- - j ical college where he remained until ht . should study what causes your weakconvince you that ttiere is something in the private Sanitarium. d positively any physician aud ill 'fe graduated a then went to Doylesville, where he neiitlv and a name, read the subjoined: John Heathuian, of Mo., after an al talked too much and got bounced by male complaint." Dr. Pierce's Favorite now practicing medicine in ( ynthitmii, ness. "The mouth of Hell Creek was the sence of 14 years, is visititig Irieuds here. fhat parson in the same way. Then he Prescription will cure permanently and Ky. His address is J)r. L. M. It is practically.lack of food. THEY CAN'T BE BEAT l But you scene of a disgraceful row Saturday afpositively any 80 called "lemale Wright. His boarding, clothitig.tiiition j on can eateat three meals a day, and til Miss Belle Midion and her friend, Mr. came to Richmond. It occurred to him time-Yes- at a ternoon. A turkey shooting was given Ellwood. visited Miss Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets matriculation aud outfit all were pni) Anna Million, at that he had played the parrot long but do you digest it? on the creek by Henry Norman and Foxtown, Friday. enough, so he'd now play the owl and will cure coiispipatipn. There is no rea- for by Mrs. Allan exclusively. , Food undigested, is not food. It is ii.it be did He tnlu ijquire Armerrthe Jus- - son in the world why a woman should ' Mrs. Dr. Sidney Allan's treatment iij nourishment. about twenty of the participants af'er ' Bruce Adams, of the Nursery 61 Ail tice Keigwin of lichmoud, iu us few It doesn't create strength. tilling themselves with mean whiskey en perfectly healthy 'She will gain her slaves and exclaves is one of the inh & Son. at Waco, was here last week, words as possible that he wanted to get not be To digest your food take Shaker gaged in a general liattle in which clubs Bins d Hollows Malices I promised td nhow wlthcut r :. . t i i....i - i married and there Were the virl ami tlie in health, strength and flesh. Cordial at meals After a while r- lading t V lnierspersed with pistols, knives and fly .i.: oruers lor iruii ireto uuu sumo- i license. "You are man and wife; S2 and angles will give place to fullness and parallel, and it includes her homo lb food without it. you will digest your please," responded the. lugstonesnlavedaprornineut nart. When i ery" and ir grace She will be that noblest a d j Then vou will get well, and strong jinj as well as that . a" over but the nhoutuig. Mr. most beautiful of all creation a perfect l al Winchester, Ky., ...... ..... ,,. ..i.,t .utsL-ii IllftOinM lillttA.M.n.1 ami. lne smoke i healthv. E. C. JIHlictf attended court & Lexington. -i i'leicill . 1....1 i .i Shaker Digestive Cordial cures indt- continues socio, uut ue never- i. j t a M ---" .:. ' tbele thinking. We got an Xmvh photo- - woman. . JO"n emerged t '"te The other, instances relates tf invsoH s f svmntoms wMwwivtkj. is with a bi kci.jaw. Mart fe'tucey v.tJ a the cat of Han and Moberly, for i pi, 0f n$a ca,,nl anotomy and found - Send 21 cents ih stamps to World's On the 4tb of Jnlvt 1W7 $t Estii eeslmn and all Us eructations, such jp paip nausea, headache, they were given that he was tiinkng the'Red House, bruised eadandKd. Vamlerpool apd, a illegally iliere Gen. lIouthn, v if! h the Btdilfach,' giddiness, loss of Rppetick tlm.-iea- . iTord, and ntMiristi,' vo t. ... :. number nf nthvrc" " .:!, w.u.ooa, 6iu f t.woj-ean-t. . -- .jJt-. Miss Barbara Auau wen ! etc. It. makes vonr feou At' . liana make yon strong arut iat.asa iiearw; si- - tMnvr GUBfctrfVBrionsilndB" JriiaTlWHiru BaHiii.afi.r- a ...11.. . , t wmu lit. mini in ' inr Druggists sftU it. - Trial' IjotUe 19 -' ". a . K iJJT' U .. . liT f -a " , p w m. !" w at - ' . i I it ii ' Hj t. fSI ;i Si vnyQ. a WfflWWWi ' l "" J '! 11 ;f . ? X il 33C 'mEm if k r- EDSKSDAY, MAUUb, - - 1890 free-for-a- ll HssMaUje, returned .to her bome-i- n dan- But you are Njeholasville. ger of blaekshding from your newly at--'. Pmf. Andrew Holman, one of theuiost quired faith, if you allow yourself- to think that bad the. stream been Ken- higldy equipped and experienced teachtucky River and the town close by it ers of the century, has opened a school Frankfort that even worse things might at Bethel. liave been. At latt, there may not be Miss. Hattie Taylor has opened h flourany thing in a name. ishing school at Bogie school house. The flonrijliing' village of Ne"Ly, with KENTUCKY'S HUMILIATION: its fast increasing demand and the gradof the surrounding conn-tr- y Sunday night, at D:30 o'clock, Gov. ual deserves of Uncle. Sam a daily mail. Bradley ordered the McCreary Guards, under Capt. Noel Gaines, to take possesThe readers of the news itemsof n year g sion of the Slate House and grounds and ago recall the malady .which directed them to allow only certain per-- " struck this locality. It is here, again. sons to enter the grouuds. Companies List Friday evening a dog affected with from Lexington and Jxjuisville were or- hydrophobia, bit a nice horse belonging dered to Frankfort and arrived there at to Hcnly Hayden, besides a number of daylight under comma"d of Cols Castle-ma- u hiR sVine; crossed to the btrn yard of and Gaitner. Monday moridng C. W. Jenkins, lighting his dog and "state officers and officers and n.eiueis a fine sow, after which he was killed of the General Assembly had to pas New by, or better know as Jolly Ridge, undei glittering bayonets at the gates. having been named for the jocularity ol Great excitement prevailed and confus- its people, has made a wide reputation ion leigued. Democrats denounced the as being one of the most hospitable ami Governor and Republicans applauded jocular places on earth. But this fact him Deiincrats refused to transact bus- was uever more demostrated than on iness while under bavouet rule. The last Friday night, when it dozen or more Senate undertook to chastise tl.e Gov- of the young people of Jolly Ridge, ernor, but finally after much parleying dreed in costumes of the most comical th bit-ii-- ISECOLLECTIjycs; or .ax EX SLAVl! ncbester Democrat. Co'CLUI)!!). As to fidelity to slaves,;' which I referred "to, one instance 'was 11 rs. Dr. Sidney Allan. wh- - was Mjss Van M:ter, la high born bdle of wealthy, parentage, a charming, bride of a popular ojng physician lo whom she-w- as p:usiohately devoted. ' The home was lypt neat and tasteful and always ready for him, and Hood's what Sarsa- - Notice! PUBLIG SALE Fine Jack. a t exo- ' Ptstt-K- - ascer-.ruarajit- ee ' Sarsaparilla as a blood purifier and building up medicine IcadT everything ever produced. It is positively the best. Others may make the same claim. But there's this difference: Wo prove it. Nofby antiquity, but by Merit. Not by what bnf' Dy we say, "t b does. 4(Fm 'H 'WL gfr Hfe 5P Wm m " Hcod'6 pariUtl ims j -- I 1 Slr, Jc oi Hictuiiiwt , Court Dat,the n April celebrated 41-4- Gladness Comes LONGFELLOW. v sa er John D. Harris. In pariila T PUrPT OnLO HI II! a, d GOODS R RIGHM0RD. e, Panola. ttt well-informe- -- Sar-sipar- illa blood-diseas- e, JUST IN FROM TH E 5 IN THE EAST WNEW.W Cures flllS NOTHING BUT ALL no-lio- evt-iuu- e NEW MILLI fiee-tHrnpi- 1 uil-.ina- . er 7-- rs IMS IB i ni Goods 00 im iei-eiv- rai hi-to- ry f. J ably-resiste- any-btm- Porl - 5OM or SIisIF-Worn-- d T iroe -- OflWad to-da- gov-erHe- d. ter am going to add" to our a read tractive stock a full line of ilS, ttt M INERY GOODS d Which will be in charge of MRS. LI MAUPIN, an experienced Milliner. sul-dtie- d LD0ISP.T(DDD. Sorne Fastidious People s d -- com-mite- BRUSSELS TO AXMINSTERS - B.H. NLALE. J. S. COLLINS. d, 1 Ill-X- BICYCLE & HMABQUAR i'ERS M. H. RROWD. '. i ' lth Newby. 7 'so-calle- full-fledg- RICHMOND, KYV V Jyf 'lyi Jc s a TEE EAMBLEE, THE CHESCENT TEE rfrSe WHEELS AT SPEED eotu-p'aiut- ." $40, $5Q, $75, $100- ii-gesti- , L Second-Han- ,""l,a"! -- i.-- .. " .'f. .., i. ". .. ui jnsn elliigwle; ---- at;'a Wheels, Wheels - F?grtaiiinff, - Snla fu ..rv. I 10 Rent. an nlint . -- -- - ; "i -- - "- A.JS.4- .if ,.- -- . - ' ""-- ' '.' - ' ' -- S.;S i iu.s ' .r 5.-ci- tr - ''4.... - .' --- ... ..o EERYTHIRS ' " A WHEELMAN . NEEDS l! 4 ' 1 . nli 1 j '. ---, I ii S" t . - fTlr"S"'1 ' A , i :, if v' EDVBS DAY, F cery. THECUMaX: -MAR H 18, 189(1 Wwkotriii& "jr closed Out hi- - tjro Kichnloirt! rooms. if i aght fiMptv More irumm.-r- , ed Tom Hun it-- t laMtMtuek, ih eaj;d imprm i s bays lie Iihw purchased a tandem bike for him.self and wife. Al' Cmiiii E E. J. T County Clerk White lias sold to H. iRtr, a pair of l)URjiy mules for 00. A E1 Uowland'h newjirocery near Rol-er- ts IIoum-- , is open ami running like a alerburv watch. Editor Walton, of the Stanford Jourto Charles nal, s a "public nuisance -Ja.-o- b Hntnbton as Cli-ii- u MdHey Shre sherry orders his cliKHtxl trom Richmond mkiioii, Fayette comity. to Muirs at "ain lSennett and Tutt Humam are c t ood positions in the Departments rankfort, miniv the rumors. 1 Hev. Jas. id "Mt-on- Tji4ey McKee will preach Church Sabbath (March 22ml at 11 o'clock. Pret-byterii- - F. Powers, of the Richmond from Broad- m Ounpany, lias remo iv to the Donelson place on East Main. -- V. -- . lames Arnold, of Clark county, a ..Mnln'rof DanieliBoone ldpe, Xo. 454, Y. F. A. M, Foxtown, died Monday. .Put Tlirir Knot lu It? Covington fc Mitchell have "pnt, their foot in it," so to speak. ThafrVUiej-liavpat a'correct jiortrait of one foot of Oregon, to Merideiw one of them in their ad. this week. You ,'Not long sjncea bux was received belt-fro- cam guess whose foot'it is. It has a dis 3altunore Marks on itshowed that tinct sourwoods twistT it had time from the West Indies and Msli Mury. originally Ifnil gone fn ui Ikistou to the ' . West Iridies An exchange says: Dick Muss, ot amp Nelson, caught a 10,0'iU. Csi tli linsiia etuigeouou a ritiie in the Kentucky . The editur of the Cijmax mot a pious weighed sixty pounds and measlooking gentleman on the btreets of Chi ured four feet and eiglu inches in length. ciunati,oueday recently and asked some Moss saw the monster struggling in the questious for information which led"the water, it having become stranded, and, two into conversation. 'I was In Rich stepping out of his boat, he caught the mond in 1875, in the interest of Bethany 6turgeou by the tail aud tossed it into his College," he said. Then he asked about boat. some old citizens, and finally wished to Kept Twelve Bays. know what went with Rev. M. J. Dennis. "Do you know," the stranger said, George Tatum, who died atthe Infirm'"that man cost the Christian church ary, was buried Sunday by the county, $10000." We didn't know, and asked Coroner Brown having embalmed the how Saidhe "tlieoliuiclisenui missionbody and kept it twelve days, waiting to ary abroad for two years at a cost of hear from his wife, who came Saturday a year, and Dennis was the result." and requested his burial. The features were more natural at the end of the time IJctter limber. than at first, and the body in perfect Tlie Mt. Verinou Ejgle wonders as condition. follows: For some unexplained reason the Had l!o)s on A Boom. Iouisvjlle Post has diopped the Hen. G. Bronston says he didn't want to speak M. Davison and is now booming the to any d n Republican, and Tut Bur-naHon. J Speed Smith, of Madison countold him to to hell." At last ty, for Congress., lly the time the noni accounts Brou&ton was in the Senate, iimtions are made the Post will have which seems next to the place he was elected enough Republicans to Congress told to go. Stauford Journal. to fill the Capitol. Then the Democrats Fortunately for the entire public, the will go along and will oust the Post's Legislature has adjourned, and there entire delegation. needn't be any tragedy, e Riv-erth- at So,-000 m Lun Journeys ofMJoxes. A box of goods was received by freight her- - Miinlay, from Meride, Conn The Ixix had carried goods from Poitland, . laiOperstioa. Richmond Bottling Works have commenced business and theirgoods are already In many of the Richmond house. Bock beer is now on tap. All soda drinks are being bottled and delivered. See their ad. Jter A Beginner. Elder J. M. Rash returnd home from Farmers Tueseay morning. His three weeks meeting closed there Monday night with fifty-tw- o additions. Winchester Sun Elder Rash has recently gone into the ministry of the Christian church. He married Miss Anna Crews, daughter of Zack CrewB, who lived at Foxtown where S. B. Phelps now lives Good A VHiito Lettsr Bay. This seems to be the opposite of a red letter day. L fortnight ego, numerous porcelain letters were taken from the " v Not to Tjb Trifle! IJTith. : From Cincinnati Gazette. Will "people neec learn tjiat a 'cnld" is an accident to he dreaded, and that when it occure treatment should Ih promptly applied? There is no knowing where the tron'ile will end; and while' complete recovery is tlie rule, the exceptions are terribly frequent, and thou sands upon thousands of Intal illnesses occur everv year ushered in by n little exposure and seemingly injudicious trifling symptoms. Beyond this, there are to day countless invalids who can trace their complaints to "oolds." which at the time of occurrence gave no concern, and were therefore neglected. When troubled with a cold use Cham-- 1 berlain's Cough Remedy. It is prompt and effectual. 23 and 50 cent bottle for sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. Col. Thomas H. Nelson, former TJ. S. Minister to Chili, is dead atTerre Haute. Albert AVallace was hanged at Pekin, 111., for killing hie 6ister. B O C K ! HU Uiara.lH ! TgTfa n r ' srrHjrrHJErftiJHrTiiJHrfH R ir E E R. AI,0Ni jWjfaTaraUargliBJ rSPl N TAP AT AUL FFiTJLAjB nm " I business signs in Richmond. On Friday Collins swore out a seaich warrant and two rooms at the Dormimry of Central University were searched. On the ground undera window'.whilethe officers were searching, a box of letters was thrown. Most of.thein were C's aud IPs S. No arrests have been made. This joke is not appreciated unanimously by or ir.T"Mf; " if Takes, in Timi Hood's Sarsaparilla has achieved greal success in warding off sicking which, if allowed to progress, would have under mined the whole syrtem and given dis ease a strong foothold to cause much suffering and even, threatened death. Hood's Sarsaparilla has done all this and even more. It has been taken in thousands of cases which were thought to be incurable.and altera fairtrial has elfecteo health, bringing wonderful cures, strength and joy to the afSicted. An other important point about Hood's Sar saparilla is that its cures are permanent, because thej start from the solid foundation of purified, vitalized and enriched blood. But it is not what we say but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells the story JH HJH r- - yw puia srrH afrH EfrE srsdsrrH u " " 'w w JraJBfH n- n if TEHgrfHJBjfrHJB srasrasrai mm. Hrm HrrHJHrfH BTraflfrglMlraBTJgrraBfisrrl " " " "- SM if- HUB Jll "ii "irv the public. Financial Tronole. ME: , Omul :is 1'ie. Judge T. J. Scott in his charge to the Miss Tempie Oldham has cone to 'tit-- s for spring tnillincry and will grand jury Monday, in refening to the if nig a trimmer back with her. i$ee Io- - light criminal docket, said that itshowed Jessamine to be a very moral county. Continuing, the Judge spoke very com-- It is said that Charles 11. Ganisfln, plimentary of the county and said that ir Red Howkc. shucked fourteen bhookB in point of morals it was far ahead of any .ni in bix hours that yielded a barrel county in his judicial district and that a iMK'k. he believed that Jessamine's record would show less vice than any of our -- bore Acres theatrical performance neighbors- .- Nicho'asville Journal. m Paris, Friday night, with one and Seems to us we heard some judge say fare the round trip from Richmond the same thing about Madison. v.r K. C. R.R. -one-iinr- .l Sajs fid. Capertim W Win. fare the round trip The Paris Friday, over K. C. R. R., to see egates following are candidates for delto the Republican National Con1 "Miore Acres" theatrical perfoi mance, ie vention from the Eighth district; John me ci the finest on the road. W. Yerkes, Danville; J. W. Caperton, ( lifton Hhifflett and wife celebrated Richmond; E. W Drotlin, Law renceburg; anniversary of their marriage T. M. Cardwell, Harrodsbnrg; E. T. Bur-naiiif Richmond; W. M. Harrison,-nda. Match 13tb, hut only three of tln-i- i Y'erkfe and Caperton will likely children e present. he cho-eCertainly they will if merit "Minday night brought tlie heaviest amiability go for any thing in tlie G. O. pin of tlie season snowed all night P-Stanford Journal. aii-would have been eight inches deep, Tne Republicans will have mighty but melted down to fmir or five. good men if they do what the Journal agwl 20 years, son of W. thinks thev will Butler . Ea-- t, near I'nion City, left home last Squirrel. eek, and cannot be found, and heiug George Taylor, east of town, caught a leeble minded, the family are uneasy. pure-whit- e squirrel, last week, by climbT B. Hackett bonuht the uppei ing a tree about torty feet and thrusting Main street fixtures and con- his hand into a hole. The white squirtents at Trustee Stoffer's sale, yesterday, rel, like tlie white blackbird and the aud will continue at tlie old stand. white crow, is an albino Winchester nsed to have an albino The School Board directs tlwt all "cullnd purlin." One day he was brought forsocces.-or- s to Missllarcourt belore Police Judge Chester Rees on a in Caldwell High School be filel with charge of assault. A witness testified as ( 'iiMirnwn W U. White by Friday, 20tti follow k 4'I w us gwine long dow n street- M. H. Brown has sohl bikes to Hood an wasn't ihiukin bout nothin no how; l.i 'tie, A. E. Havden J. R. Boatman, an that are blamed valler alerhimmcr rascal he rush up an hit .ImIiii M. Foster, Jr., Samuel Pa rices r. That W. V. Burgin and R. C. Adams, convicted the acctised. tlie last named of Estill Co. Flung llisk - ne jum! one-thir- d t- - 4h 1 Shel-byvill- e. w-r- n. l Richmond's School Board demands $4,000 of the City Council. The council admits the justness ot the demand, but fSJBJ pleads on empty Treasury. The Board will bring suit in the coming circuit court. The teachers hava not been paid Jladison Should be Represented. for three months. Tobias Gibson, a large tobacco raiser E The Council will move to bond the SIDES, CUT IS ALL in Woodford, has called a meeting of to city indebtedness, and an injunction Bfgf Bued prebacco growers in Lexington, April 8, to will be out to consider a market for the Burley pro vent it, A test case will then mm Four hundred and fifty pair Men's Patent Leather, Former price $6. 50, Xow at $ 4.9S. duct and asks county judges to name go at once up to the Court of Appeals If i l One hundred and thirty-eigh- t pair Men's Patent Leather pumps, former price $1.50, Now at $1.24. delegates to it. Dispatch. the court decides that the Council has ow at 75c. Six hundred and twenty pair Men's shoes, former price $1.50, In The llend Madison is an important tobacco coun- a right to issue bonds, then not only the Two hundred Ladies Shoes, former price $1.92, Now at 98c. teachers, but all persons holding vouches Is due to impure blood and cannot be ty and the County Judgo should SsSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS: SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSiSSSSSSSSSS will be paid. If not well, perhaps, the cured with local applications. HoodV militia will be ordered out. Sarsaparilla has cured hundieds of cases Leg Amputated. of catarrh because it purifies the blood Win. McNew, a saw mill man at Brush Thoro's Many & Slip.. and in this way removes the cause of the Creek, who his leg broke some time It lookB now that C C. Chadwell will disease. It also builds up the systen ALL KINDS ago was taken to the Richmond hospital not get a postoflice at his store on iM and prevents attacksof pneumonia, diphSSSSSSSS3S$SSSS&$SSS$$SSSSSSSSSSS on Sunday last where he will receive sui" Drowiiingcreek, and therefore, will not gj3j theria and typhoid fever. (tIH gical treatment Mt. Vernon Eagle. be postmaster Chadwell is the colored Hoop's Pills become the favorite 'SfrS This case was mentioned last week man mentioned in the Climax two weeks cathartic with every one who tries them, ?HJ Mr. McNew having just been brought to ago. He forwarded the proper petition ; twenty five cents. fjHJg 3 fgha the Infirmary. His leg was taken off by also a good bond. But the 4th Ast. P. Dr. Foster, Wednesday. A pugilist at Milwaukee lms been sent He is doing M. General says under date of the 9th iffllrJ well. Wait for our new line of ready - made DRESS SHIRTS, REEFER SUITS, SHIRT WAISTS and SPRING WRAPSwill be in this to the penitentiary for killing his op"C- C Chadwell has not been commisWIS. week. ponent in a prize fight. sioned a postmaster at Chadwell, mm Xew Toliacco Firm. county .Ky.Hisappointment has been Sig All last winter Mr. Geo. A. Mills, of County Clerk John F. White has purFull line Alapaca, 25c. Percales 7c, (100 styles). chased the interests of J. C. & D- M. requested by a number of petitioners. Lebanon, Conn., was badiy afflicted with Henrietta's, all wool, 3c inch, 24c. All Colors, Bleached and Unbleacned Cotton, 5c Best in Town. Chenault in the tobaccco firm of A. J. There is no such office as Chadwell, rheumatism. At times it was eo severe IB Ska Madison county, Ky." that he could not stand up straight, but Ross & Co., and the new linn is Ross & Novelties in Dress patterns S2.24c a snit. anHJ It does not follow thatwithinan hour was drawn over on one side. "I tried White. Their house, a large frame one Novelties in Dress Patterns 98c a suit. GSInl after the above was written that Chad-we- different remedies without receiving re with brick diving room, near R. N. I. & could not have been commissioner lief," he says, "until about six months B. depot in Richmond, is now complete, A.TVD 5jS and on Monday received their first load and Chadwell postoffice established. ago I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's OUR DR'iVE IN CLOTHINGof tobacco. Manufacturing hasalreadv Nor does it signify that he will not be Pain Balm After using it forthree days commissioned. It probably means how- my rheumatism was gone and has not fRUS begun. The home merchants will all Men's Suits from $2.75c up. Men's pants ot" all kinds; CHEAPER THAN ANY. Bovs' lonjr jean pants 33c -- all sizes. Boys' suits 63c. Boys' wool pants. RjiJ . from 4 to 14 vears 25c. handle it. The firm is hound to prosper ever, that the office will not be estab- returned since. For sale by Hagans iral Pi - - F0R TEN DAYS. Ik 1 A Sample lot of Twentieth Century Shoes at 82.39, Regular price $3.50. ijp m IE pi 111 gt CHILDREN SHOES AT YOUR OWN PRICE! ftOB Clarks O. N. T, COTTON, spools, 10c. m fen; - Sis Madi-iso- n - I r 5 ll MEN'S CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. .- 6SS i v. bar-roo- m lished. "Ha-wkin's,"t- Stands at The Top. Pharmacy. A letter from Silas Cobb attorney-at-la- u.imhft, Neb., says in a substance that be "is well and doing well, and in te. these few hues wili,fni(I yu en-- ji nig i he same gre.t blessing." Bruny Brinnegur stuck an ax into tlie hip of Bu-- Wnite, ne-Bhtegraso, thin Wednesday, just as if he was a tree, and ran awnv, living it inst u king there, so a relish e ie-nforms ns. r ht Tlie fellow who thinks the Century Cub meets OHly every hundred years, W"iil.in't go to the Court House Friday night to hear Elson's lecture on "Sevjn tituriesof English Song," because he thought it woald last seven .hundred ears. E. E. Mitchell says the burning of the Pope bicycle lHHtse in Boston destroying 1,700 bikes, will in nowise interfere with his agency heie. as he has a num-le- r of Columbia and Hartfordsiu stock ami any number more at the llanfoid lactory ready for shipment. tlriirery V. V. IhsciI Out. Waller SeUn closed out their groc- on East Mam street, last week. Mr. N ls.in returns to Silver Creek. Mr. W aller will continue the patent and nov-e- lt liusiiieos iv Mr. Ashby Deering. son of Rev. John formerly of Danville, and nephew of Mrs. W. has made an extraordinary success as a journalist Less than two years ago he entered the service of the Cincinnati Tribune, was promoted to a position on the New York World and then was put in charge of one of the up town offices of that great paper. Danville Advocate. M. Mr. Deering is a cousin of James and Tom Deering. of this cyunty. His father is well known here. Known Here. A telegram announcing the death of Rev. T. Mclutyre, of Si.upsonville, was received here yesterday morning. He was a merchant here for years. In early lifehe married Mis..Xaunie McClintock who died in 1870, leaving a daughtei. In 1S95 he married a sister of Rev. W. T, Poynter, by whom he had six chilRev. Mclnlyre was a Chritian dren gentleman was well educated an naturally endowed, wasconvinced that he must preach and enteied the Kentucky Conference. He has had good appointments ami seen good results follow from hissuc-ce-sflabor. Paris Kentuckian-CitizeRev. Mclutyre was once stationed at College Hill, this county, with M. F. Church South. R. Deering, ul n. Saturdaj's Enquirer reproduced from a Richmond. Va.. paper an account of Martin Hawkins riding a sturgeon a mile down James River, a century ago, having caught the monster in both gills with both handstand finally landing him on a riffle where he was as many as Georgetown. Winchester killed, dragged out and divided among the Sun. people. The late Cary Hawkins, of this Over here at Richmond the people county, was a near relative. send certified checks. That's the way to 300-poun- Winchester is ahead of all the in the same class in this State aud perhaps in the whole State, in the number of postal orders issued except Paris, which is considerably ahead of this city. We lead Mt Sterling and Richmond by more than a thousand orders since the present series began. AVe have twice post-offic- es Sturgeon Hiaer. d do business. The Mill Kept on (i rinding. Simon S. Hartman, of Tunnelton. West A' a., has been subject to attacks of colic about once a year, and would have to call a doctor and then sutler for about twelve hours as much as some do when they die He was taken recently just the same as at other times, and concluded to try Chamberlain's "olic, Cholere and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says: "I took one dose of it and it gave me relief in five minutes. That is more than any thing else has ever done for me." For sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. HATS AND CAPS. j Ml fSirai w Last but not Least, our line of MILfclXERY will be the best and cheapest in the city. EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH. Call s rtuta rafej THJB J G.MILLER, Man's. m raJj LijgjJBiJBijsp BTJEipEjlarMiiTrJiira lop. f!IraMraUIpIiSM BrraBrfEJEhEStTHJBirHJ&rjaBjar q r&i a ,.,,1 I e tgraUsmJJW rtLIWHIrHIki THIJ TMirB ' " I ....,. Sl rr nnti- Tm r' V rrr r zm ,rrn nr .. .. r. w and inspect . n . J ft lis J rnrJ H" B l" l"iil rjaarraBrfaaiEnraiaiWigtB Tim 7J C3r . .. J3rSJ iMI .. .. . -- c:r7U -- J 7U I B '" Ol !"" MB 75 L .. -,- ,- r.a (gjB aj-- i Apron Sale &nl Candy Full. W m Saturday next, March 21st, the C. B. M.. will havtt an apiou sale and jwll in the vacant Farley store rrntm ou Main street. The sale will begin at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and the candy pull at 7 o'clock in the evening 1 rans lluntaiie llmulit. If the sound-mone- y Democrats can crowd Blackburn off the senatorial track in Kentucky, the Republicans should join them in electing some man likeCar-hsleo- r McCreary. One good turn deserves another. Portland Oregonian. The suggestion comes a little too late to do any good this vear, but next year, it anybody is Uft from Jack Chinn's kmfe and Charlie Bronston's wrath, the idea may be considered. Soauties-Walker and C. S. Powell reStone ceived from Green Igo, Colorado, Texas, last eduesilay. a dozen partridges from ljano Estacado. or Staked Plains They appear to be a cross between the ordman partridge and the dove, and are prettiest birds yon ever saw come by express from any part of the globe. They leave leeu or will be turned loose among tlie chickens. J and Not lirider"s Fault. Brer Grider offered a resolution to pay the preachers who had been praying.for the body $300. As the prayers seem to hav done no ftcod, there seems to be l.othmg to pay for. Stanford Journal Had Rev. Grider had his way with matters legislative, the session would have lieen as profitable as a good Republican could make it. . WilUasa "WTiite Bead. "William Fox White died, at the. Protestant Infirmary in Lexington early yesterday morning, of locked intestines, after an illness of only four days. He was 45 years old, and born near Foxtown. from which place he went to Lexington ten or fifteen years ago, where he has been a member of the livery firm of White & "Wilkerson ( J. Teds). He was a brother of Njnire Jake White, the two l)ing grand sons of the Jnte Dr. Jacob White. He leaves a wife hut uo chil- uren. Dr. JXind Bennett was ouftof the feuitreons who performed the operaliou ly rtujeve uv OOSiru.Cl.lQB, Judge Scott was waited on by the A New riiureh In liereu. preachers of Nicholasville and asked to Alaska is to have a territorial form of For the Climax. adjourn court every day at 11 o'clock, so government. Rev. H. L. McMurry of the Louisville ami that everybody could go to church, hut Cambridge University will not Seminary was sent to our village by the the judge is an houest man, and didn't upon women. Baptist State Mission Board to hold gos want to draw pay aud not work, so he pel meetings. He labored faithfully for SIOO Ken aril SiOO. li.-declined the request. Stauford Joui-na- l three weeks to the satisfaction of a large The readers of this paper will be pleascongregation. As a result of his efforts Judge Scott doesn't need any preach- ed to learn that there is at least one a Baptist church has been organized on a ing for his own personal good. He goes dreaded disease that science has been solid basis with a large aud promising 11 to church by way of example, about to cure in all its stages, and that is field to labor in. The citizens, students twice every Sunday, and never misses Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is the onlv and members contributed with wonderful prayer meeting Wednesday night. He positive cure known to the medical fraEfitiJ liberality for the support of the gospel is an able man in a choir as well as on ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional during this year. A large church house the bench. But he will never consent disease, requires a constitutional treat will soon be needed. to block the wheels of justice by ad meiit. Halls Catarrh Cure is taken interR. journing court to go to meetin'. nally, acting directly upon the blood and LESS-- . Au (Ittictal Change. mucous surfaces of the system, therebv The adage that office holders seldom, dest loving the foundation of the disease die and never resign, does not aland giving the patient strength bv build rSfiS ways hold good, as was demonstrated in ing up the constitution and assisting nathe Circuit Court Tuesday when James ture in doing its work. The proprietors We are ready for you and we surpass them all, with our new spring Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes II. Evans, who has been Master Comhave so much faith in itscurative powers aft! Mrs. Dr. Frazee is in St lxmis. that they offer One Hundred Dollars for missioner for the past three years, resign and Merchant Tailoring. The largest and best line of clothidg we have ever shown at prices that are the very ed. as the result of an agreement made at Mr. J. H. Ward Cunningham, of anv case that it fails to cure. Send for the beginning of tlie term. When Judge Frankfort, was here from Saturday until list of testimonials. lowest. We have, and INSPECTION will prove it, that the line is complete and very strong and every garment a Address, F. J. Chkxky & Co; Toledo Scott was elected both Mr. Evans and Monday, the guest of Miss Jennie Ferrell Sfl! Judge J. M. Benton were applicants for on Broadway. Miss Ferrell has just re- Ohio BSuSold by Druggists. 75c. bargain. We give you a better suit for less money than any other house in this market. the Master Commissionership. Both had turned from a visit to relatives at Hunts the zist. N luttrnian Saturday, March, been earnest and active friends of Judge ville, Alabama. Day at II. J. Sirens'. Scott, aud to relieve him from Rev. J. J. Hale', of Cynthiana, corOn the above day everv dollars worth it was agreed that he should responding editor of Christian EvangelThe Bullet Kenmved. serve three years and resign, and Judge ist, St. Louis, visited Rev, Dr. Young of goods sold for cash at H. J. StrengV the Infirmary will receive a per cent i1 The operation of removing the bullet Benton should have the remaining two last week. same. Tne public is asked to hel p the Infii- years. Winchester Democrat. from the hand of Frank Bodenbender, Mrs. W. B. AVilkerson, of Lexington, m ry in this indirect way, at same time the location of which was discovered by ARE YOUH FEET MIGHT ANO LEFT? veu Here. is visiting relatives here. get what they may waut at prices that means of a skiograph with the X raj-s- , MP Dr. Geo. B. Wagner, who has been efCol. J. AV. Caperton was in Frankfort are less for cash. The Committee was successfully performed this morning P A. C. Infirmary. by Drs. Roberts and Ctithbert Thompson fected for some time with softening of the .Monday. Come and see, and if you don't think so don't buv. We will take pleasure in showing you brain, made an unsuccessful attempt to Mr. S S. ParkB was in Frankfort MonRichmond, Ky, Courier-Journat the university at a clinic. Why not buy the best goods for the monej' that's what we give you. We have any grade you ipso commit suicide at his home in Bellevue, day. Miss Tempie Oldham has gone to the VuEfectorcl nadcr Usitl Sutn ui Fonija FuuK. want, best ot all grades, and can suit all tastes and pockets. .Mothers don't forget the JifP Dr. Wagner formerly Mr. J. B. Stouffer is in the Eastbuying city to buy a Spring Stock of Millinerv Dr. Roberts is a brother of Mrs. Dr. A Ky., Tuesday. lived in Jessamine, having married Miss a spring stock of clothing. 1) ftU W. Smith, this place. TN. "C'7? ?fiT? ixrTTiT?'T?T?TVTk7Xl She will be pleased to see all her old The X rays are a wonder of this age of Ann Hendien, daughter of Win. Rev. Saminist, Methodist minister, customers and as many new ones as will IBS! of this county. Dr "Wagner was a wonders. and native oi Persia, now a student at lavor her with a call. She will bring ffiJS minister of the gospel and a school teachMr- D. J. Hauss, a dealer in electrical .ucj 0.10 uiuoi Utt xnere waa inure ot uiesu guous auiu nero luau $ ear likiu Ashury College, in Jessanvne Coun'y a first class trimmer from the city, appliances, and w hose office is room 31 er while here, but afterwards Btudied passed through Richmond one day last and will be prepared to offer goods lowei any boy's make ot clollntig ever sola mtms marKet. rnces range irom $:s.uu to ?&.uu. ine ' He left Jessamine about Pike's opera house, Cincinnati, has fur- medicine returning from Iryine, where he than anv other house in town. five dollar suits are equal to suits you pay from six to seven dollars of other makes, the cheaper eight years ago, and was brought here week, nished one of the large schools of that preached on Saturday night and Sunday grades in proportion. city with an outfit for using the X rays of lecently in an effort to restore his mind. morning and lectured on the manners We have added for the spring and summer the 'CELEBRATED MANHATTAN SHIRTS, fpB From last accounts, Dr. Wagner will reto Dr. Roentgen, and showed us, last w eek a anil customs of Persia. He is one ot the which is the most cover. Louisville Post. photograph ol a hand taken through Christians, descendant of the anMrs. Wagner has numerous relatives in native several thicknesses of cardboard. Tlie cient Persians who were converted hones were disti ctlj outlined aud had the Western part of Madison. shortly after the death of Christ, He is It will be to the interebt of all parties there been any foroigu substance as large a well educated man and of more than indebted to the Richmond Drug ComChildren's Ward. We have them in all styles White, full dress, colored and negligee all of popular prices. as a pin head it could have been &een. average intelligence, and his lecture was pany by account, for the year 1895, to Knit right and left to conform to th shape The ladies of the Infirmary manageTne ring on the finger showed cleatly, greatly enjoyed, call aud settle same at once and save highly entertaining and of tfi0 foot, thus preier.tng many discomSHOES. and was a little loose and inclined to one ment have decided to have a ward for by his hearers. cost, as we are compelled to collect the eral forts and insuring greit durability. children at the Infirmary. As a side. money to carrv ou our business, even if jgkl they ask a donation from every rl he most select line in town, from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than other houses. Tin- Kir-- t of the Kind. We are sole THE ST0CK1MS. we have to bring suit for collection of Sunday Scnool in the town and county, Would I hi Fur Kditors. IMS selling agents at this place of the Smith & Stoughton (Incorporated) Men's fine shoes. Arrangements are being perfected for tiame. Somewhere amomg our Stale ex- Easter Sunday, April 5th, or as soon as a series of contests among the students of THE RICHMOND DRUG CO. changes we have found appended para- convenient thereafter. This is a proper the colored city schools of Paris, Win3 V. F Powers. Mna'r. graph, which is reproduced to show-t- move. Every child in the county chester. Mt. Sterling and Richmond, to help. AVithin three months, what extreme ends hard times may should be held here April 24th The contests Prlces very low'- assortment complete, WORKMANSHIP THE six children at the Dqartmsil. reduce a eomtn unity: The Sons and there have been will consiRt of declamation, oration, rec. BEST Daughters of tfie Confederacy will give a Infirmary. One had a leg ampu- itations and athletic spor s. This is tl e tated, another an eye taken ROUTE A n- ntiiA.A. a. nariT Vinn-nLuncheon" at the court house -- -J "Calendar first contest in the history of the State In nnn mV.; n.ix -Pl...n J C?.. want to go to see children, end mum biuuuutj ucpdi uucut is mvyvic ouiis, uuu cusc, oiiucs uiu owcaicia ctUU litips. i evening, from 5 to 10 o'clock. Mamong colored schools, and it promises -- BEST UtiE TO FROsick grown persons do not want to be A splemlid program ot exercises has been to be of a most interesting nature. During r--r mm troubled with them. Besides that, it is T T AA arranged ior the occasion. the past ten years there has been a long not always best for the two lots to be so Solid Vestibule! Trains, with. Buffet Parlor step forward taken by the schools for Editors are popularly supposed to live closely hp-- , wguei situated. Help out the children's colored children, and every year witness Cai. K ejwlii vcacne, jjiiuiik Cars, Hid latest Improved Prtva e Sle-iiion concert, theater and ciu us tickets in liepnrtnietit Hufltt S'eei inu llara. manlfl-ctnli- rnJIml ward. greater progress. The Paris school in rumihed with toilet in winter, with now and then a slice of , compartment. station. big "puuikin" left over from tlie fall be- - i Smart Cow. this contest will be under the guidance rch , fore; aud in spring and summer to subST- cow has been found in of Prof. Graves-- this city, Prof. Garvin; A short-hor: sist on samples of four legged clwckens, R P. Fox's lot, every morning for some Mt. Sterling; Prof. James Estill; and Solid Ve&tibuled Traius with Huffel Par.or coaches ana Car. tSleeptiiECai. Dluliiir Carn,Hinl Wxgncr doubled headed lambs, and garden truck time, with gate shut and no eveidence of aud Richmond, Prof C. W. Reynolds. Knterinj;St. Loulwover mm KatT :::" of unusual size or appearance. But im- how she got in. She was watched Sun- AViuchester Sun. the New M.'rcimntx' Bridge, avoiding the tunnel. agine even a lot of editors sitting dow'n day night and again Monday night. The to a lunchoen of calendars, last years' gate has an iron spring latch which A New York man has gone crazy Over ones, of course! Wonder if they are is a spring that exteuds up the gate, the RoentKen Ttavs and imagines that mlv Thnmtth Sleeping Car line from Thdished up raw, like oysters, or cooked; between. It and the post. The cow in- j everylMnly who comes near him is try CliicitiuHll. Elegant U agner tjleepltig Car. and if cooked, how? And now as to "tlie serted a horn between the. gate and ing to photograph him to see what is insplendid "program of exercises." We'd the post, pressed ou tlie spring and the side of him. tllKI Vestl think that a man, after havingswallowed gate opened. She walked through and The The Niearaujia Government claims to rnlitl TruUis. with Limilei'' 8"lliLlbrarv, Comtmil'lon half dozen large calendars, would in- then turning hooked her horns into the be suppressing the Revolution in a and -- MinKliiBfrw, vv'sUi.er Meiilm? that BuffetEIB.mtCHicheai!$ Plnlujt Curs, land il mm dulse Jii even violent erercises-so8hits and pulled the gate to, shutting aud cuuutry v Ing pnRMiirer ui jiew 10 niaas reel - ml jatchin it. This is, indeed, a won- thing after the manner of a boy in green,DfcVo,U. Positively no Fry Tttuilferv l! Bewweyour tt Ket read via' "BIO KOUIt agpieume uen. me wor.miotuoxe. aInl floras, mules 1 Mrs. J. A, Hammond, nam at vHubble, BoYlicoHntyr k under ar- litti- - art'Vcf tie - rO..M'CCEi4IOE ,D.,B.HAET1H Ciswe'.l u the sun. and Ku-nin- t opei nXm boi-wfTtiJSilTaK ju thei fawgerTrKfflcMgr. petti Ps6. Tkt. Agt il ICwjO cheoft seems to sh' t att f .nW Jirtnith- - 'e61' fhargttl yiih crookedHfi '"i' ''ii t- "AomtiR-tt- f man --, not,,.,, irii;,iiVf!rl. vr 9. . . t j, ,??- - jCgwqr wi yi . 4 . jirrm vm v. .j w gjjurr.'jiui confer-degie- es GETTH vjE mms r ts GOODS. ENEFIT E raufaarerpijaigiB gSpJaraJarg. pa 2DUGED PBIOE le m in new FOR, THEY AEE CHEAPER,, WE BOUGHT THEMil LESS AUD ARE SELLING THEM FOE, MUCH fPERSONfllisi pa w h irp : embai-rassme- nt, m life THIS IS NO BLUFF, BUT PACTS, lip pB lias-Kela- ti i al Wtud mnJm Hen-dre- n, - umun UIS nitin. .j UJUUXHLMNi. 41-4- 2 mm liioe Crfe!:: PPIJJLAm S1TJM1 IN AMERICA. pa begiA-nin- g, - 41-4- o Hats Tor Every TT- One, BM- FSMf. m pa IflbKhit Wx$ 3 w v' 1 en CHICAGO. . y Ucce-snrl- n LOIHS. ps n pGive is r M T FPr biiD.i jhod mu uunrLDTD us a to the mutual interest For We "will make n Tvt .' iiaiuic n u ........ n:. cti r Nv l- TT aiS Call.,. it " ;. BOSTOftL - lap life 0m Us AU, lip NEW YORK. Kt-u- lp linn COVINGTOK & MITCHELL 1 , TAliORS AND CLOTHIER me- v-- rt pst-mfltr- - V .- -. 5 -- ll -- f".i u .' 1 'IrSJl imm S !f 1 " ATTsr a , SarieEEiX w '. :, i ZEBxc: igrzr. --- . !L . -- a Ti" ? "O mm 4? , irSTilrSfipflfSillillgfSl'l . I S - - r J l.. tijlif,. , . .. -- ife ' f.7-- " 1 it-- "IT i V . 5 wT&nt WA. M tJygfjii'M U V?T- w npeplff t qP K W-H- J-- - ?' htiiZ&& W' - r-- j " nmn.i n " y. ,'.- - -.' i4 w3 'ap - r- - ,t? . 1 vi tnwtw .Green BooneandSamDanieM.twolocal WASTED orSeveral to tra Awarded o rne millionaires pre feeeu nanntlng; FATE ktdies quarsled over who tucky for establihfced, reliu NEWS. EXTRA SE?lON the capitol, corridors and directing af- "Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, sprl8 of Lexinuton, If Kauffmah Goes Others 'Will Follow. will B Decided Uy the Development of ' THE LEGISLATURE. fairs. The poor people have no ono FitAXKFORT, Ky., March 11. In, the should have the belt, and as Uipv could Salary 780 and expenses. Will' Probably Be Called to FluUU 1 hursday. Bill Passed by the Two Houses and senate Mr. Goebel proposed an amendhere to represent them, and when they Legislation. not agree as to who should keep the tion. Enclose reference awl March 12. It is the Ch UUtt Krwi TYom Alt Parte or thl Some Other Business Transacted. Frankfort. Ky., Th- e general impression at midnight that Frankfort,. Ky "March. 13 Gov. elect republican representatives they FRAMrpBr, Kr., March 14. Sksati The ment 'to the rules, which will Comuioiiwemtltu bolt, they decided to settle it wiith a ed stamped envelope. Company. Third floor, dm . It oils the'fobog-ga- n if the republicans attempt to Bradley has, on several occasions, do' not represent their people, but are bouse resolution providing tor the removal o! adopted Wednesday. contest, the result ending with Mr. dove Hitby'a Death Fiance. the remains ot stated, positively that he would not easily captui-eby reason of the natur-u- l already prepared for the republicDesha from GeorgeChicago. James the I'xvone winning in the eighteenth round, IIarroprburo, Ky., March 1 Eva a town to Frankfort wan adopted. At the after- an senators who must go if Kauifmann count on votes of ballot and Wal- call an extra session of the leg- -' human lust for gold. Thursday ton joint noon soslon ot the senate the following bouse Railey, better d son of Robert Mcln the Sargent Hendrix and Jim It provides that there will b a scene that, com- islature if that body failed to "At the St. Louis contention in June, were passed: An act to amend the charter is unseated in the house. n tyre, a citizen of Washing- bills financial legisla- where delegates will meet to nominate of fourth-claknown as "Old Roaman," were referees. cities. The amendments are the that the clerk shall put all motions on pared to which Wednesday's excite- - pass appropriate ton county, was out in the yard play ones agreed to at a conference ot the fourth- from the chair. and otherwise ment will be but u trillle. The repub- tion, of course, he said this with the a republican candidate for the presiinp. and going to the well, which was class cities an uct requiring all railroads of provides for the immediate consideraand so are the hope that It would encourage the 1 egss-lato- dency, there will be seen the same one covered by old oak planks man five miles in length or over to run at t day; tion of all questions regnrding the right licans are desperate to take some action during tho faces of the representatives of the eastpassenger or mixed train each ay eerj democrats. The i epublicans feel that aged to push one oft In somi an act anthorizlng trustees of county semi- of a senator to his seat. It is stated unless they can elect Thursday all present Ooe-Foiirt- b session. It seems, howern Shylocks, and the people may as manner he fell head foremost into nary property and school property owned or that the republicans have decided to ever, that the senatorial squabble has well understand in advance fkat whoa distance of 40 feet. When h held by trustees, by a majority vote of the attempt to Unseat Kauffmann Wednes- chance will be gone. Carlisle will be the been too absorbing :i thing o allow any ever receives the nomination of the reA combination on was missed search was made all over board tdlpose of the same to trustees ot day. common school me. only hope then left-- It is stated that a attention to-- ' be paid to any of the publican party at St. Louis will be a fhe farm, and finally the efl was. beer The Salyer bill district embracing the s. systo aboli&h the present Short Funeral Service. party of bound money men irom Louis- state's business, and the consequence is man satisfactory to the rich and the open and a neighbor descended anc tem 61 trustees of public schools and providFkaxkfokt, Ky., March 11. A special ville will be here Thursday to open head- no bill to relieve the state treasury has great in the financial world. "Although THAT'S THE OiSHtit tame up with, the lifeless form of the ing for township directors arid trustees was train came 'up from Louisville Monday quarters for Carlisle, and make an been pasted, and none likly be this is a republic and is supposed to X11E 5Y THE defeated for want of the necessary . child. passed. JRIIRES NOTHING BUT, PILES, vote. The bill to amend the charter of. second afternoon bringing' Harry Wcisinger, a earnest canvass for him in case tho reMOST PERFECT MADE be a goernnient of the people and by Islington Mm Anxioiift. A man who fa very close to Gov. class cities was also passed. This Is the same of the dead senator, and publicans fail to elect Boyle. Powder. Free the people it is really a government A pure Grape LuxfooTo.i, Ky . March 10. Shorili bill that the conference was had on some several intimate friends. The body Bradley said Thursday thatsincw it had in which the people have as little to from Ammonia,Cream of Tartar A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Alum or any other adulterant. DUNLAP FIRM. weeks the general assembly adjourn without day. ago. and which passed the house Tues- was taken to the home of a relative, become evident that none of he needed iinnwn for 15 years as the ? mon40 YEARS THE STANDARD. e. passing the reyenje or deficiency bil acts would be passed, the governor had tsiy as they would under a limited Refuses to lie Sworn In as a State Mrs. W. F-- Ilarret, at 4:30 o'clock MonHouse BEST REMEDY for PtLES. Thurman. a great many I exmgton mcr paS"d the The Thorne private brand nsbill thly afternoon, and services were held altered his determination not to call an archy." house Friday afternoon just it McKinley was defeated for reelection SOLD BT ALT BKTJOGTBTS. He Kept Ills Word. ehnnts will be in the hole witl ciue from the senate, all amendment-- beln by Hev. Dr. Blayney, of the PresbyterF83 a UlfTED THE Frankfort, Ky., Mareh 12. Hon. W. extra session and would call one at congressional district which nac: HOlhing but claims to show foi voted down. It will now go to the governor ian church. The train bearing the fun- G. Dunlap refuses-- to The editor of the Melbourne (Aus- in a been strongly republican. Tom be sworn in. once, so that the act of increasing- the "jci "5J- always of the thvir furnishing to the state. Uelievirj. for hi. approval or veto It Is one session, most eral party left here at 9:50 a. in., Tues- Wednesday night he said: I decline to rate of taxation could be passed and tralia) Spectator is Rev. LorimerFison, Reed barely secured his own reelection Fiti Opftrttutr fa Tmr Li m , lm&ortant bills passed at this and that, unless ardently urged, the m prohibits the placing of any brand on the govday. There were fourteen senators accept the seat, and will adhere to my become a law belore June, when the a Methodist minister with some unique to congress, and a number of other fii tiii Iiti&nt Bbtitsj Efartti it i Vmiu ir-fwill pass no such bill Xhisses ernment head of a whisky barrel except that and six representatives on board. withdrawal. I was in earnest, and am tax levkis are made. traits of character. He edits the paper party lenders were defeated, including skm. a petition to the legislature, of the bona fide maker and distiller. The bill now."" Under the constitution the legisla- with his coat and boots off and a pipe Cannon, of Illinois: (Jear. of Iowa;; Suspected JInrderer Shot. signed by 51 Lexington merchants whi making It a felony to gte checks on a This leaves the republicans" short one ture can only take action on measin his mouth. He says that just before of Wisconsin, and At the hae furnished the state iustitutiout bask where the signer has no deposit was Paintsville, Ky., March 11. county, man on the day's work, as the demo- ures as the governor mentions in his his ordination he was sent for by the members of the committee on other passed ways I u ADVERTISE the CXCC rr mouth of Hurricane creek. Pike THE DREAM REMEDY. crats unseated two members md hold claims for their gool. was "Mr. Fison," said I method of instruction b proclamation calling1 them together, boatd of examiners. BAD MEN CONVICTED. and means which framed the original Ui.s-eSheriff John D. Clark, of Floyd counby V. V. Lindsay to Frankfort United States Senator John Sherman so it is believed that without the vex- one of the board, "your papers are exence w will give a thorn all inflammations, soreness Removes Chii a Senatorial Ballot lw Taken Tufilay? Jack and lind Skagx Get Sentences at ty, shot John Kied Caldwell, alias Ed wired Mr. Boyle Wednesday night that ing senatorial race to worry them of instruction Double nd s . ellent. but there is one thing we ob- bill. very well, as every films, ulcers and pain. Restores the Book keepine- inbv mail. t LP - Tom Reed knows Hartford for Tolliver, alias Tom Farmer, who resist- 69 votes was a legal quorum of the the necessary bills can be parsed in ject to." Fison asked what it was. Louisville, Ky., March 10. An afof Haktfobd, Ky., March 14. Jack ed arrest. Caldwell is probably fatally joint assembly, and that he would be 15 or 20 days. Of course, if no senator ""You are addicted to the evil habit of other man acquainted with public 6ieht. That all may have the benefit ONE - FOURTH OF R discussion is going on as tc McKinfor breaking this wonderful Remedy so strangely ob- - prhje to limited number whether or not a senatorial ballot can Skaggs was convicted "Harden & Co., wounded. It is alleged that Caldwell seated by the senate if elected with is elected during the present session, smoking." Fison explained that he saw fairs knows, that the original in into is wanted in Mingo county. AV. Va., for such a quorum present. Our method of instruction hi be taken Tuesday, the legislature" of tne store of Held, the matter can not be taken up u.t tho w evil in it; but, taking a large plug ley bill was practically annihilated bill tained. II this notice should fall into Ilockport, and his punishment killing Mont Deskins six months ago, any ur superior the senate, and in its place a new extra session. All rumors to the condeath day, if a senator is not chosen fixed To Presene Peace at rrankfort. from his pocket, said: "In deference th hands of some one who suffers with Hundrrds to that of of testimonials t at three years in the pen- and in Tazwell county, Va., for murder framed by the senate before then. Some say a ballot can not Frankfort, Ky., March 12. Mayor trary, there is almost sure to be an ex- to your opinion, gentlemen. 1 promise wasfinance, and the house ofcommittee Ey Diseast, don't delay but w rite at testifvinu to the merit of oi n,. His brother Ilyrd, partner represenle taken and the legislature must ad- itentiary.crime, was also trieda and was also. Julian called on Governor iSfufuoy tra session called immediately after tho jou this: As soon cs I have smoked on simple cure. De- on file ;n our office. Our M. tatives accepted that bill as a substi- onca for this strange Welsslnger's Funeral. die at noon, while jithers in the journ sine Wednesday night and assured him that regular session ends. the plug in my band I vill cease smok-a:i- g tute for thi'ir own. but it still bore the scribe your case. One package has cured ment N under the pergonal Uyrd Skaggs convicted for life. hold that the session can last until Louisville. Ky., March 11. The body he could preserve the peace and would an able instructor, under vv i -forever." I'hey were itisfied and of the cases. A YEAR'S VACANCY, who was chairman m. The law requires that the joint said he wanted to cut the throat of of State Senator Kozel Weissinger do so. A 3. iva.s ordained the next day. But as mime -of McKinley,on ways and means, two thirds yon desire to test my Cure en- the highest degree of compete-attaine- ' Attorney Rowe, but not reached Louisville at noon Tuesday were sworncompany of special officers Should session commences at noon and ol l'rosecuting in Wednesday night and If the Kcutut.'kT Legislature Adjourns 'Ore -- elills the big pipe he chuckles and of Hi:by correspondence. Tom Reed, in the close 50c cts. You will be thoroughly one of our Kentucky students i course if the legislature adjjurns at having an opportunity he gave a knife from Frankfort. The body and mournWithout Electing a United States senwill patrol the state house and grounds von: "I'e kept my word. I've by appointment of alls he had concealed in his clothes to the ers occupied the private car of St. John Thursday and ,see that no further outFifty-firs- t congress. ator. that hour a ballot can not Ik? taken. N. Y. Fresfl. -- " convinced before you use the cure three plug Wicklipfe. Ky., Or' sheriff. Hoth are noted criminals in Boyle. The body will lie in state at Frankfort, Ky., March in. If the not that 'erv Six years have gone by and the reThe militia j Capital Fatal Cutting Affray In Clinton County. City Commercial C days. Address state. Only a few days the church until Wednesday when it rages are perpetrated. ordered out legislature adjourns without electing a this part of the THE M'KLNLEY BLLL. to be eager for publican party appears therefore will not be Albany, Ky.. Mareh 10. News has ago they cut off the door of their cell, peka, Kansas: Mrs. Eliza J. Evaxs senator. Gov. Bradley would haie jk another effort at extreme protection; just reached here to the effect that but owing to the vigilance of the jailer, will be taken to the home of his mother Thursday. Gentlemex I am very m, 182 North 19th Street, authority to appoint a senator. Tho becoming tiopular at Taylorsville, where the interment Cupt. Lewis Blley Drops Dead. with the text book ued bv l'ieree Stockton was stabbed four times they failed to escape. 31eod Claims to Bo Its Sole Creator and the tariff billofis plutocrats, robber Columbus, Ohio. struction bv mail. Your bt will be made. r Vancerurg, Ky., March 12. At nine only contingencies in which the goverwith the party with a pocketknife while engaged in a ana Author. To ReconMder Their Action. and paper are up to date m o'clock Wednesday morning CapU nor can appoint is in case of dcith or row with another young man named barons and oppressors of the poor Two Appointments. FnAXKFOllT, Ky., March 14. In exconlete in your 'eaching. Your Parading before the people as the author John Moreland. who lives in the west- planation of Senator Stephenson's noFrankfort, Ky., March 11. Gov. Lewis Riley dropped dead. He was go- resignation, and if the deadlock are very explicit and plain. I i ern part of Clinton county. Stockton tice to move to reconsider the senate's Bradley will send to the senate Wed- ing from his home toward his farm in tinues to the end of the session the ef- Senator Allison, Too. Wishes to He Conof a bill which he did not frame, and m sidered lilt lather of the Infamous of it will be to make a vacancy in science ot resides in Cumberland county. The action in unseating claiming all of the credit for that legisB. F. Porter, a company with one of his sons, when fect Senators James and nesday the name of Dr. Measure Republican Candihome just as well, and save ' difficulty occurred in Clinton. More-lan-d Walton, a republican stated Friday colored physician of Louisville, to bo suddenly he cried out, "I am a dead that office from larch 4, 1697, to the McKinley is a formidable candilation. dates at Outs. board, etc. Yours respn has made his escape to Tennessee. night that the democratic senators pro- third assistant physician at the Lake- man!" and fell forward. Capt. Riley meeting of the next legislature and the date for the republican nomination by -- l M. F I election of a senator in January, lb'JS. If Stockton dies it will be the fourth posed to the republican leaders at noon land asylum. George L. Barnes, of was just 70. Last week he lost a favorthe St. Louis convention this year; and Washington, March 10. Special.) EDITIONFull particulars sent free n murder committed in thecounty within Friday, to reseat James and Walton, Bowling Green, was luesday appointed ite son, Marion Riley, o the fy,jt 0. the THRICE-A-WEE- K AFTER THE POOL-ROOM.Nothing makes Tom Keed madder than Tom Reed finds it difficult touvoid Mc;ng this paper AHilrrk ours' a year. use of profanity when the name of provided the republicans in the house to a $1,-0- 0 clerkship by Auditor Stone. service, who died after a if wm iiei is nsEsiwEnsinngfliiHia Grand Jar- Issued Many .an allusion to the McKinlej bill. The tv Ljtuchlln' Cane May be Continued. CINTU HIT fWlllKi', Kinley is mentioned in his presence. Barnes succeeds Lucien Beckner, of illness. . urn would reconsider their action regardSulipenas. No man has eer suffered more from Augusta. Ky.. March 10. It is no; ing Kaufman. As an earnest of the Winchester. Dewltt's Last Day. V Reed is more discreet Although Mr y Louisville, Ky., March 13. The .insomnia by reason of the buzzing of the larger than any weekly or s tin VV nih st . P Grayson, Ky., .March 12. Judge S. grand jury lias issued stibpo.nas for a thought that Murderer Uobert Laugh-lin'- s democratic senators' good faith. SenaHaptlzed in the Ohio. presidential bee than the present in his private and public utterances this paper published, and is the t, 1m? continued until the G. Kinner Wednesday had James trial will year than at any time in his public large number of witnesses, returnablo .speaker of the house of representator Stephenson gave notice as stated. GiiEENur, Ky., March 11. --The reimportant Democratic ''weekly" convicted of wife murder brought July term of court. Prosecuting Atcareer, in conversation with a personal liHhed in New Yoik City. Three times vival meeting still continues at the into court and fixed the time for his ex- Friday, when an attempt will be made tives, lie regards his principal comJudge Fines Himself for Contempt. torney James Sallee has. held thai " Public notico larce a3 the leading Republican Lorisvn.i.K, Ky., March 14. Judge Christian church. Eight converts were ecution for Thursday, May 21. Hewitt to indict the petitor for the republican presidential friend at the Shorelum recently, he exl.aughlin would have to In brought tc I kly of New York City. It will be of Sterling 15. Toney. who is a great stick- made Monday night, and nine were im- answered in a clear voice that he had was given a week ago that this would nomination to be a man who is sailing pressed himself with characteristic this county before a continuance of hi s continue spleen, saying: "McKinley is posing as espetial advantage to you dnring the punctuality, turned up late in mersed in the Ohio river Tuesday morn- no legal reason why sentence should be done, but the under false colors. cas could be granted, but Judge Harbes-to- ler for to do business, as may be attested by in lus quest of the political iguus a little Najioleon on tariff and finance, stated to a correspondent that he did his court, the law and equity branch. ing by Elder Wm. Meyers. Up to Tues- not be pronounced. When the judge the fact that each day pools are sold on wearing as he does the face of a Bona- as it is published every other day, except Friday morning, fined himself S5 and day 50 people had united with this named the day of his execution the fatuus Tom Reed finds himself connot think it necessary, and that Laugh-liTHE STORE-Hall the races run in the country. Tho parte, while he is dressed in the reci- s'unda3', and has all the freshness and subsequently remitted it. with all other church during the meeting. fronted with a man whose fame rests would be held in the Maysville jail prisoner smiled carelessly. pool-roomen declare they will not procity uniform of James G. Blaine." of a daily. It combines all like fines imposed during the week. timeliness largely upon Reed's blunder. When Now occufv,1 until July. Met on lllarkimrn. Illicit Brandy Seired. close. Senator Allison, of Iowa, whoisalsc the news with a longlistofintprestingde-partment- s This is probably the first instance on he was elected speaker of the Fifty-hrthe"LcUnt, To nieet a Surceor to Senator AVeiMiiijjt-- r Frankfort. Ky., March 11. The Tompkinsvii.le, Ky., March 12. Dep. unique feature, cartoons and orth Kentucky Medical Association. congress the power of appoint- a presidential candidate, is discreetly graphic door to I). 1'. v FkaMyFokt, Ky.. March 10. Lieut. record where a judge fined himself for Blackburn people at midnight were ofuty Collector C. W. Thompson, in contempt of his own courL Walton. Ky., March 13. The North ment to committee chairmanships and silent, .but is full as angry at the Mc- specialty.illustrations, the latter being a Jewelc v S'ntr-- , it bo Gov. Yorthington says he considers fering to bet that Blackburn will with Deoutv Marshal W. 11. Kentucky Medical association convened lSS. l'os-rFlanged Into Boiling Candy. committee memberships was vested in Kinlcy pretensions as Tom Reed can his duty to call an election to elect a elected Wednesday. The3-- say that the Maxey, seized five barrels of illicit All these improvement have been i once. West Lirkrty. Ky., March 14. The race Wednesday hinges on the way brandy, said to be the property of Ben- here Thursday and a very interesting the big Maine man, and he appointed possibly lie. Congressman Henderson, made without any increase in the cost, successor to the late Senator Weissin-ger- . of Dubuque, who has charge of Alli which remains at one dollar peryear. child of H. II. Terrell Poor votes, and that they have every ton Shirley. The brandy was buried meeting was held. The following phyU illinm McKinlcy. of Ohio, to be chairHe will call the of Louisville ..J. E. ( plunged headlong into a skillet of boil- reason to believe he will vote for Black- in Shirley's garden. Shirley's brandy-hous- sicians were present: Drs. Alexander, of the committee on ways and sons campaign, says: "1 ne McKinley man We ofTer this unequaled newspaper election before Tuesday, but it can not bill was in no sense tbe work of Mc- and the The Climax together, one year of Mason: Alexander, jr.. Crittenden. ing candy at its parents' home Friday burn. means. be held until eight days after notice is containing 17 barrels of brandy, Lassing, Union: Loomis. Kinley. The bill which oecame a law for $1.70. A tariff bill was prepared by the comgiven, and vrilL. therefore, cut no figure and was fatally burned. The sticky was locked up by the officers. Shirley Crouch and The HallPt Onl Formal. Independence; Violette, Williamstown; mittee on ways and means in that con- was practically the work of Senator mass clung to the child's tender flesh, regular subscription price of the in the senatorial contest. Fraxkfort, Ky., Mtrch 11. The and his alleged- - partner. Smith, were Terrell, Covington. They were enter- gress, and like all other tariff bills it Allison. When only 35 years of age woThe .4 imparting a heat that cooked to the papers is $2.50. arrested, but gave bond. repel'aralyalK. lrirk.il Willi at tained at dinner by Dr. D. M. Bag-bbone. The little one is still alive in joint ballot Tuesday was merely a took the name of the chairman of the Senator Allison became a member ol 2 .3 14 YEARS C. o'f. Monday. Ky.. March 10. Capt. terrible agony, Vaxckb1 the Bloodhounds Tracking a Burglar. the Phoenix hotel. but can live only a few tition of that Mr. Adams L nder Mr. Invitations committee, and was called the McKin-le- y the committee of ways and means. His Thomas ltracc. of Carrs. Ky., ten miles hours. agreement only" (rep.;, Flejiingsiiurg, Ky., March 12. Thos. Pure Old Whilvies for Fan Found Guilt of Mule .Stealliic bill. Nobody knows better than Tom handiwork has been instrumental in west of here was stricken with paralyBaird (dem. I and Mr. Poor (pop.; voted Hawkins was shot Tuesday night by a cinal Uses, in 5 ami An Alleged l'rlent in Trouble. Lancastkh. Ky., March 13. In tho Reed that the tariff bill was prepared the formation of all tariff bills during He sis and is in a critical condition. Packages, a pe.ia Daxvili.k, Ky., March 14. Michael on the call of their names, and the joint- burglar, who was attempting to rob circuit court Thursday afternoon PhilHe claims nothing the past 30 years. by the active work of every member was for many years one of the most Furstell. who was masquerading as a assembly then dissolved until ednes- the grocery of C. J. Sutton, recently himself, however, and deprecate? was found guilty of mulo for The Elite Stationary Company, of Lex of that committee, under the domineerproeiiiii'iit and popular steamboat capdamaged by fire. The ball paralyzed lip Moberly his punishment fixed at Dominican monastery at day. Crssk Liquor C ing dictatorial direction of Reed him- expressions in his own behalf concern ingtoti, Ky., is determined to increase tains from Cincinnati to New Orleans. priest at thebut confessed to having Hawkins. Bloodhounds are on the as- btealing. and the state prison. Iloth Were Hadly Huraed. MIiii Strose. Ky., Robert self. ing his work by his friends." two years in He is a bn ther of Hon. II. S. lSruce. been There were 13 members of tlu Lebanon, Ky., March 1L Mrs. R. L. sassin's track now, and should he be Ham, who was also indicted for the a secret spy, is now serving a will thus be seen that our repub- their engraving business by furnishing Whoiesale Dealers, It of Louisville. committee and the chairman, McKinterm on the rock pile for taking a Spalding and daughter, Flora, were j captured the state militia here may be same offense, confessed and took two lican brethren are dwelling together first clahs work at prices away below their lcy,, performed exactly Silvr, C LouUtllle Mllltla Under Order. gun away with him. He was accused badly burned at their home, in the called out to preserve order. The years. part of the original work. Neverthe- in unity, and that harmony in the radi- competitors. When in need of visiting LorisvilJ.E, Ky.. March 16. The of being an A. 1. A. hireling Newmarket precinct, this county. wounded man can not recover. less, being chairman of the committee, cal camp is more than knee deep. After First regiment of Louisville is under The Nugent Dry Good Store, Loulstllle, Flora's clothing caught fire and Mrs. After an Alleged llorecthlef. &c. &c, write TOO TOUGH FOR STEWaRTY his name was attached to the measure the people have hail a chance to again cards, wedding invitations, orders and ready to move on short noSpalding attempted to subdue the Lancaster, Ky., March 12. Sheriff Horned. and all of the credit and all of the dis- express their opinions at the Klls, it them for samples and Drices. tice to Newport' should any trouble B. Robinson flames. Wednesday went to T. Louisville, Ky., March 4. A blaze credit attaching to the bill went to Mc- is probable that noneof these acrimoniarise there. Maj Uray. of the First from a cellar heater caused a S100 000 Frankfort to get requisition papers for Why tho Nevada Senator Left the To Join the Cuban Kebels. Kinlcy in the estimation of the people. ous republican aspirants will be claimltattalion, has 156 men able to go in an loss in the dry goods store of E. U. NuElsy, Auburn who is under arrest at Republican Party. Hopkinsville, Ky., March 11. i e Within a month after the adoption ing so much of authorshipof the infamhour and Maj. Mansou, of the Second gent, on Fourth avenue, at 10:40 q:lock Frank Bell, the n Kokomo, hid. He is under indictment V newspaper battalion, has 140. ol the McKinlcy bill the republican ous high protective tariff act of IS00. Friday night. Insurance Si0.000. Sev- man; Will Deeler, the drummer, and here for horsestealing. Fall Representatives of Wall Street and Tuli:ma. part j' wa swept out of power by an av eral men and women who had apart- Will Winfree, son of Judge W. P. Win- I'eHro 11m Iteen Deelared. Death From smallpox at Louisville. Klver, He Bays, Dictate the l'ollcy jilnnche of public condemnation. Maj. Ky., March 16. Peace ments on the upper floors had to be car- free, leit here for the south Saturday, Louisville, Ky., March 12. Charles and Make the Platforms Go If you want groceries. has been patched up temporarily at ried down ladders by firemen. C. Hays, a boy, died of smallpox Tuesgoing to Cuba to fight the Spaniards. of the (I. O. 1. If you want novelties. least. letween Elder L II. Stine and day night at the Eruptive hospital The Aient Mine 1'roperty Sold. Washington. March 12. (Special.) Kentucky Pennlouern. his congregation. ISoth sides have If you want a Bicycle. other children in the house in which he "I stayed vv ith the republican party as ISeattyvillk, Ky., March 14. Logan Washington, March 11. Pensions lived on Frankfort avenue, are down materially calmed down and it is possi- Thomas has purchased at assignee's Or, if vour bike needs repair, go to long as I could," said Senator Stewart, were issued as follows: Original Michble that Mr. Stine may be called on to sale the mines and mining outfit of the with the disease. Waller & Nelson, Buckley, Covington, Kenton. Inof Nevailn, ael give up his pastorate. -sAvent lleatty ville Coal Co. The price crease Theodore F. C. Kennedy, May-fielAmong the coronation present or 204 East Main St. "I staged with the republican party wr5v S na jOB fs. paid was S00O. only of Candidate for Delegate. .ft. Graves. Original Widow Emma Queen Elizabeth, a list of which is still until it became too corrupt and too dis5S5Agents wanted-- a YASiKHUMfi, Ky.. March 10. Col. the assessed valuation. The amount preserved, two pairs of silk stockings solute in all of its bearings and in all Harper, Louisvillm John Cox. of this city, is a candidate realized will not pay three per cent, of are found. They were sent to her from of its nspiiations; and then I left it to i Spain. the company's debt. Heart on Her Kl;;ht Side. for delegate from this, the Ninth, become a populist. ' THE LEGISLATURE. district to the national demHopkinsville, Ky., March 11. Ollie LouUville Follcemen Sunpended. "When the republican party vvaE Chicago. He has girl, who ocratic convention at Louisville, Ky., March 14. Twenty Johnson, a little So IJnslnes Transacted on Account of the born in 1S54 I helped to rock its cradle. received a numerously-signe- d call to policemen have been suspended indefi- died here, was strangely affiicted. Her 1 was very active in furthering the deDeath of Senator Wcihslnger. become a candidate. nitely by the board of public safety on heart was on the right side of her aTralalra i" FankfuHt. March 10 hen tbe velopment of the party whose chief body. She was the daughter of Marlow house met Monday morningSumaccount of the failure of the general th gallerfs and object was to secure liberty to a race fafS. REGULATORS REGULATED. 'obblet were cleared of all but members, the council to appropriate sufficient funds Johnson. speaker nnouucln? that he was not coins to of human beings who were held as iSJE Shot and Fatally Wounded. light With Special onlrers Three to run the department. Among the In nu- - I have anr more Intimidation, the color. on A ere A ounded men thus let out are some of the oldest One It HI Die. Louisville, Ky., March 11. Charles JoumeJ until 11 59 o'clock, shortly senatebeing slaves 185Gaccount of their C. Fivmont, frtiiS after I voted for John Harris, a colored porter at the Log called to order, on account of Senator Ito well I "In Nkw Oki.kans. March 10. A special and best on the force. mm great Pathfinder.for president, and from Opelonsas. Ia.. says that iruan Cabin saloon, on Green street, near Welsslnger's condition, ind the hou-- e wjs the Seventh Hlatrlct Contention. votiutr on a motion of tho same kind, I was full of enthusiasm as a loial folallray Saturday night in that town beFrankfort Ky., March 14. The Sixth, was shot Tuesday morning and irhen the senator's deaths was announced. tween regulators and special off- Seventh district republican committee fatally woudded by Jerry Keed, also The republicans were voting nav until Sena- lower of that magnificent leader of the a of the regulators met at noon in the Capital hotel, and colored. icers, three tor Welssineer's death was announced, when new party which seemed to have they changed and the session wjs ended great mission. were wounded, one of whom may die. decided upon Frankfort, April 8, as the For Violating Local Option Lairg. until fl:.i9 o'clock The joint session at two "I voted twice for Abraham Lincoln It appears severa: brothers named place and time for holding the district Lancaster, Ky., March 11. J. M. o'clock was only held In formal compliance of j' nnd was the last person to see him at Roy in St. landry parish have taken convention to select delegates to the Todd, a prominent farmer of this coun- tbe law. When It was called to order Mr. Car- - j the white Iioum; before he entered his upon themselves the task of regulating St. Louis convention. and explained ty, was fined &!5 and costs in the police roll arose rca hed by whichth.it an agreement ' carriage to be driven to the theater on ""."ul not suit them. had been only two members They matters which A Candidate for Elector. court before Judge Tot ten for violating one for each side was to vote. Senator lien- - the night when he was assassinated whipped and unmercifully beat a man ne voiea lor uoyie ana -- enaior nron3ton lor j Midplesbohouoii, March wa8 a, tJl.,t time a new cnator from at Villeplatte, and came into Opelousas Hon. N. B. Hayes, Ky,,Pineville, 14. a the local option laws of the town. of is Saturday night with the avowed intentheir names with the exception of Poor who! the new state of Nevada, and esteemed John .Murphy's Hall Kedueed. e voted populists Pettlt In tion of taking the town. The mayor candidate for elector for the Stanford, Ky., March 11. The bail might for represented.orJer that the was then President Lincoln very highly. a did on the democratic ticket. Mr. be all of the public men of that day. appointed five special officers to preof John Murphy, who shot Marshal iidjourned until noon Tuesday. Hayes was elector for this the (Elevserve the peace. "I voted twice for tien. (irant, onee- Frank Ellis, of Junction City. ha been TtiJH SHOT BY A THIEF. 4? for liases, once for Garfield, once for Alout nine o'clock they came into enth) congressional district in lb'Ji reduced to S2.000. Ellis' is improving Call at LouUillle. e- collision wiih the regulators and fifteen Blaine and once for Harrison. and will get well. Prosecuting Witness K11ImI by 1'ntlior ami --J. Louisville, Ky., March 14. The reor twenty shott were exchanged re"My conscience troubled me when 1 Sou Near Ilyilen. Court at Lancaster. tita sulting in three of the ltoys being publican district committee has issued when 1 London, Ky., for Illaine. has Lancaster, Ky., March 11. Circuit reached here March 10. Xcvvt,pf just voted for Harrison. and again after the its call for a district convention to wounded as stated. The regulator Very soon of the killing Allen voted with Judge :auf-le- y 1 four in number, were placed under ar- select delegates to the state and na- court convened here, a on the bench and heavy criminal Lewis by J. W. Pace und his son at inauguration of Harrison made up my tional convention, to be held at Music rest, none of the officers were hurt. Hyden last Friday. Young; Pace mind that it was my duty to leave the and civil docket. Ten prisoners are in hall, in this city, April 10. was convicted of stealing some party'of plutocrats and oppressors of The Whole Family l'oioned. .jail awaiting trial. Mo., March 10. The famcigars from Lewis' mother I'enNlons for Krntucklans. the poor. I saw the rich growing St. JtisKi'ii, Washington, March 14. Pensions and Lewis was the prosceutins richer every day and 1 saw the poor Kxclianfre ISauk's Showing. ily of W 15. Taylor, a wealthy farmer Flemingsrueg. Ky., March 11. The witness, and when they met young ! growing poorer every day. I could not living near Craig, was poisoned last were issued to Kentuckians as follows: week, the results proving disastrous. Increase Joshlin J. Hopkins, Sprout, statement filed by the assignees of the Pace began to abuse Lewis when Lewis longer continue with the political party Mr. Taylor died Saturday night, his Nicholas; Wm. Hensley.Concord, Lewis. Exchange bank Tuesday afternoon struck at him with his fist. At this which, it beemed to me, hail become nephew. Frank Chrisman, who live 1 Original Widow Sarnie Smalley, Oak shows a total of assets of S274.000; lia- pace drew his revolver and shot him, thoroughly ensnared nnd enslaved by bilities, S233,(HK). with the Taylors, is dying, and three Level, Marshall. jp und his father also rushed in and began the money power, the manufacturers ft beating Lewis over the hea'd with a and monopolists of this country. sons and a daughter are in a critical 1 Stripes for Work-HousAlmost a Century Old. I'rUonrs. cindition. It is not known how the Lexington. Ky., March 14. The joint "1 could not enter the democratic Akron, O., March 11. Aaron BeafS., shovel. The Paces were arrested. jgJa p rison was administered The author- jail and work-hous- e committee decided 99 years old, died here lu-sdaHe Suicided by Shooting. party, because 1 have been in opposition ities are investigating the case aided to adopt a prison garb similar to that had ten children, 25 grandcnildren anil IIopkinsvillk, Ky., March 10. Irs. to that political organization all of my worn by penitentiary convicts for per- 39 all of whom Emma J. Parker, wife of Dr. Larkin life. I might have gone into the dembv several prominent physicians. sons sent to, the work-housare living except two children. Parker, committed suicide by shooting ocratic party if so many of its leaders i,o lime for Funerals. herself through the head with a pistol had not been free-trad- e Paducah, Ky., March 13. Richard extremists. I Ska Louisville, Ky., March 12. The late while standing in front of a mirror at Kelley, of this city, aged 17 years, and GIVE A GRAND VALUES- - CLEARING UP Rozel Weissinger was buried at Tay- her home near St. Charles, this county. could have gone with them for a tariff Miss-M- . Muriel Stone, aged 20 j'ears, of Wednesday. The legislative Dr. Parker was in the room at the time, for revenue only, but J csuld not go Boston, whose father is a prominent lorsville did not accompany with them in their policy of extreme committee the body, lawyer of Seattle, Wash., were secretly but had to return to the capital, all be- but had no idea she contemplated such free trade as expressed in the original a deed until he heard the fatal shot Wilson bill. Inasmuch ns I had determarried at Metropolis, on the 2d inst, ing refused pairs. ' I fired near him. No cause can be as- mined to leave the republican party, The fact did not leak out until Thurs Mm Thorne Hill Passed. signed for the deed. She was 28 years and could not go into the democratic day. Frankfort, Ky., March 12. The old, and had been married a year. 1 a Devil Fish. ....VALUES UNHEARD OF Killed party, became a populist, and shall Lexington, Ky., March 13. While Thorne whisky, bill passed the house Death of Senator IVelsslnger. continue to affiliate with that party. spool silk thread 4c; Ladies 'fleeced Table Oil Cloth, 10c; 100-y- d after a bitter fight Wednesday afterin. Senator fishing on the Gulf of Naples. Fla., CoL noon, Frankfort, Ky., "Although I could not indorse the and having passed the senate, Roswell Weissinger, March money demLined hose 18c, former price 25c. A Eood fleece Lined R. T. Holloway, of this city, had an sound original free trade Wilson bill, nnd beexciting encounter with a devil fish. will become a law if Gov. Bradley ap- ocrat, of Louisville, died Monday fore- lieved that it would not be good for Hose, 10c A good Vool hose 18c , former proves it, noon. Senator Weissinger had been ill our country to enact that measure, I After a hard battle of four hours he killA Prominent Farmer Drops Dead. price-25c- . One lot ladies' and Misses Hose ed the monster and his boat was towed but for a few days. Monday morning was simply disgusted when the repubRiverton Junction, Ky., March 12. by a. fishing schooner. was first thought to be a very bad licans last December passed through what back to shore ribbed and seamless (samples). 20c, Wm. Back, a prominent farmer, cold developed into acute pneumonia, It5" ... Will IJe Cremated. Oak creek, and he died at 11:80 in his room at the the house and sent to tbe senate a White living on 25c mits, 15c 75c gloves at 50c women exenanpe conIS. The reLouisville, Ky., March fidences about their own this county, dropped dead from heart Capital hoteL He was a prominent tariff .monstrosity called the Dinglt-mm mains of Ferdipand Spiegenhalter, the failure. He was 52 years cf age. health and that of their husbands bill. It was pever intended by the reLouisville lawyer. well being is II A man's physicala thouehtful wife. well known bartender, who died WedmmfB&y tt. publicans that their bill should become 9u?Hli. by Store Burglarized. dosel v watched Fifteen Years for."Murder. Thursday to a law. They passed it through th' part of her duty in the world to nesday, were sent by boat WiirrESBUBG, Ky., March 12. The It is Jackson, Ky., March 10 In Ihe cir- house of representatives simply to foo keep him well. If she sees hira running be cremated. After cremation there store of S. E. Adams, of Evans, five cuit court Monday Frank Clemons.aged 7-1will be an interment at the Western down she should take measures to stop it 2, miles from here, was broken into by 60, was sent to the penitentiary for IS the common people of this country . Very few men enjoy being sick. They cemetery here. of goods to the --years for the killing of Colley Whita-ke- r whe have been deceived and deluded thieves and relieved Wm Mon't admit even to them5tlves that tbey Charged With Shooting. so often by republican leaders. Nevcr-.theles-s. i sick Thev will go on losing flesh and amount of S150. last October. The jury deliberated Kj-.- , working too bard worrying oo March 12. Albert vitality Falmoutu, fearing that their measure 43 hours. This is the second trial, Alleged Murderer In Jail. hard taking little or no care of thir Garret was arrested here Thursday Flemingsburo, March 12. George the last jury disagreeing, standing 11 might possibly be accepted by thesen- nealth Maybe they need only a little hlp night by Marshal Dickerson on the ate, they prepared it in the interests to be made well Maybe a good simple 37, colored, is in jail, supcharge of shooting a man in MasoD Brown, aged murderer of Thomas J. for life imprisonment and ono for ac- j of the manufactuiers of the east and, tonic is all they require Maybe it is somequittal. posed to be the j entirely ignored the farmers and other' thing more serioas Whichever it is, it county. He will be taken back Friday. Hawkins, 'who was guarding Mr. SutTook Morphine In lilt Whisky.' thouid be 4tendd to When a man gts g Trial of B. F. Frcncli. ton's store- sick ti work stops He can't Hnd Winchester, Ky., March 10. Leslie valley and the people of the Mississippi really Pacific slope. When o. .Louisville, Ky., MaVch 13. A spebusiness He iOSs all he has previously "W. W. Pigg, a wealthy Pigg, son of Christian County Usurer Dead. becomes so corrupt (rained Actual wan' may Uare him in tbe cial term of circuit court will be held Hopkinsville, Ky., March 12. Thos citizen of Richmond, Ky., swallowed partyare not allowed to that Its leadpay to gt i k, or to stay at Jackson, Ky., in May, one week be face I doesn have will ot Barnett, one ot the pioneer settlers of seven grains of morphine in a glass of ers s:ek There no nH of doing' either Dr. fore the regular session, for the trial ol Christian connty, died at his home near whisky in a local saloon after inviting their own, but are compelled to tcgis-den Medical Discovery will Here's Go prevent sickness It is a blood helper and B. F. French. every one present To drink with him, j late at the dictation of tlie millionaires' Laiayette, aged 91 years. a flesh builder It restores perfect diges TV and died a few hours later. He had ' and money changers of Wall street and' Uettred Merchant's Death. Kew Kentucky Post Office, tion and insures perfert assimilation of Fall River, it is time for the people to been dissipating heavily lately. Elizabetiitown', Ky., March IS. the food ! is n powerful enemy to irerrns Washington, March 12. A post office m acquainted with that jiarty; j become and wii! sear'-out in all of the Ilayden E. English, aged 81 years, was has been established at Bramel, Mason Senator "lVelslnirer' body forcing hir evacua'ioo. I has and then to cut Its acquaintance. bnried here Wednesday. He was foi connty, Ky., and Charles Bramel was Louisville, March 10. The vacancy been proven bv the written testimony f "It Is not generally known to thu fifuvufwl Vxr 4T hundreds of grateful people 'hat ihr ma'jy years a leading business man oi appointed rostmaster. iotli rt 2Yitr Wuio, city. tbis Golden Medical Discovtry tof ths country, but it is a mat-- ; will even singer can not bo filled in time lor the IN YOUR OLD GOLD AND SILVER. cur o9 per nt of all cases if '.onsumo wnwpQalrTjf th Accidentally Killed. fact tlaf senator to take bis scat. The law n 4 Sam Jones 'Will Take Fart. tcn if taken jo its early st?-War-ine- r, W. & Jo be elected, committee ol! Seymour, lad., ilarch miires GiVht davs not for slmh nn l A hook of iov. pages containing testimo-aU- ls Middleseoko, Ky., Mnrch 13 - A lo T,a th of Delaney, was; invanlly Jrilled TAnmi lncUirtti.rA .mu vtr "le house to be niiptiinted, and much valuable health ralk will cal option election was called by Judge by the accidental dSuharge of i( shotr a,e are TO bc wtetl lj th be sent on receipt of 21 cenfi to cove postroB8tittioaai limitation March 17. l tew! SKI Bingham for Slay 13. Sam Jones wii ffua. age mad rapping only. World's DrspKN-5ar! ,j"j"ruy yauuus. ui& nreiHrtx'utitiirpi ? " j ' ' ni fl H ' l ft - !i' ii Mklkal Association, BniilOfN.Y. take part ia ii' rr "ii' ' '- KENTUCKY BOYLE'S v . ex-G- aVJtIiV CREAM OR; -. three-year-ol- well-know- ss &5S thai) rs a-- CO-d- BAKING TABLER'S BUCKEYE twtf-thlr- wl pmmu OINTMENT of Regular price half-broth- er CAPITAL CITY COMMERCIAL Bepre-senativ- COLLKC.K. - rd - - legis-Li-u:.- ; ii n.j.. rl T n Ilouse-llreakln- g. ' 1 -- -- -- THE . New York World,)?. Book-keepin- ,: S. - semi-weekl- De-wit- pool-room- s. pool-room- n m llLll Qi is n st com-Dan- -- i two-year-o- ld e, FINE OLD L!0!)(L 1 h. k::;.i Mi ni Ste 30-da- th well-know- Notice! J a , to-da- y. d. th HEAT EKS tjj and See.,. ...the TWo J's. i. joijej&Jp' al . ld - The greatest number of I ' HEATING STOVES ever had and the greatest variety we have ShaGlpford m uentru. IspJapJlaMsplap; fSiifrlJsfrnJsy pilrifPapilPifpB falgisfiflpMpggfER . P. 4RME ii MAIN STREET Prices range from 83 up to S50. All shapes and sizes. Many designs. Plainest to the fanciest. We can satisfy you in every respect. THE QWj RgUABLE 1 ". state-at-larg- I JEWELE the Bichmond, Ky. ijH in-la- H am irg Is still in fc3 mar- e. Plush ... With, the Phenomenal Our Suc- ket with the finest and best cess of n, e. Holiday Trade, We are in a Liberal Mood to THE wis SALE... THROUGHOUT HOUS 5-- jewel ry that can he found in Central IS! Kentucky, and at prices thatcan not be duplicated anywhere. I fill will sell you diamonds and take per cent from any price named by any other house. off H Si sele eted stock oi ". watches, clocks and ten y "it Eflp" BleacM! tip rtt Cotton, 1-yd- 5 Cents, Former Price DAYS THIS SALE WILL .LAST ONLY A FEW Jiard-workin- DONT WAIT, BUT COME AT lie sap things in the way of Christ mas Jimcracks WJ-::sleft that you can have atyour own price. As I have a few V f X. OICE, pi 1 frs mm -- J b-- trt Snet-eso- I c fP'f Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Boots, ly Reduced Pricep. at Great want themf come and get them. atches, clocks and jewelry repaired' on short notice and warranted., JWT-URISG I don't s 12.--J- ohn the-ooatae- a," j- ELDER'! i BAGAIN STORE. D.P.ARMER. v ,Y i 3 b-- s -? J ,:," me -. U - - 1! Minim '! SMgil3PIPil TTrlrawiFi""I3MtrjJ - I 11 iSSfiSr JK C.A?- - JZ.- - - "1 JmSlhS". J 1 1 BftifiwStS frfeifti 5kl"Ml