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Goi't Report m gg 12IC i 'I- - iiBrBrIariJiMIirJ CAREFULLY i t ,kjs wum XSCUTSD. -. ML .. n - j- -. , ara raca iisj WM . rlHfiariarRinTSJBntiJBrTHJBnHl raMnaTKiamiwaiBWiraBiffJ IH YOLUME IX. mis may sound extravagant, bnt the rtatement is verified 'by all reliable statistics and unprejudiced witnesses. And when those who cavil como to reckon up Its advantages its millions of acres of soil, richer than any in the United States, that will grow anything from a RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, much labor aa is required In cultivation r elsewhere. Anything that grows the tropical sun can be grown in Cuba, although during recent years tb soil has been given up to the production of sugar and tobacco. Before the devastating torch of war had laid waste the canefields and de- un-de- Pr,rtShoW5t, PROFESSIONAL A.TTOSKSTS. M. )c?f NTJMBEE m 42. fa THE PEARL OF THE ANTILLES. Sketch of Cuba, Its People and Its Resources. EOW - OF MEXICO IT HAS BEEN OPPRESSED No Other Land So Rich in Nat- ural Products. It Hm IVrTfleped la Spite of All Drawbacks and In the Face cf Fire nnd War. A RTl cultural and Mineral Wealth That la PracUcatlr Inexhaustible Cuba's Mag nlflerDt Export Trade Wouderfnl or This Land of Terpetnal Summer. -- than the steady heat is the tremendous rainfall. The, geographical and topographical situation, of Cuba provides two seasons only, fTie. wet and tbe dry. During the latter rains are not frequent, being atoned for, however, by the abundance cf the dew, but in the rainy season Jupiter Pluviua seems to turn himsolf louse to excel all previous efforts, and fiom 125 to 140 inches of rain are not uncommon, there being about 102 days vben the rain comes down not in drops, but in sheets, in masbrs, in tubfuls at a time, as though the windows of the heavens were opened and the floods of the great aerial derj. had broken loose. So abundant is t jo rainfall, in fact, that, as a recent traveler remarks, the wonder is that any island remains; that the'whole is not aud carried off into the sea. But in Cuba no iue minds the rain. Notwithstanding the peculiarities of its coast line, Cuba has more than 200 excellent ports. The principal of tliet.-aHavana, Bahia Hondo, Puerto de (Is-solv- the cigar boxes. The fruits of the island comprise nearly all those found in the tropics. The pineapple is indigenous to the soil. There were, at the time of the discovery of the island, six varieties o' the sweet potato cultivated by the na tive Indians, as well as the yucca or ca vassa and Indian corn. Although tl forests are dense, very nearly impime trable, they are inhabited by no wild animals larger than the wild dogs, which are, in fact, small wolves. These arr pests to planters, as they destroy quanti ties of poultry and young cattle. Thr jutia, a small animal lesembling a musk "rat, living in trees aud having the habits of the raccoon, is the only other animal of importance that is found. Birds in great cumber and variety here make rbeir homes, and many migratory fowls use tbe island for a breedina place. Tho political situation of Cuba js so complex as to be totally indescribable. The air is fnll-o- f prophecies and contrare dictions, and for the solution of the great and everpressing question, "What Cabanas, Mntanzas, Cardenas, Sagua la next?" theie is nothing to do hut wait. Grande, I Gnanaja, Nnevitas, Mala-guetIf you make a pilgrimage into the Santi-tg- o Manati, Fuertd del Padre, heart of tbe island, the first thing that de Cub i, Manzanillo, Canto, Santa a, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. . COLUMN. a Medicine and ,Surgery. jasp m.d. Collins Buildintr, MainStreet, ----- Office KQ i RicnMOND, Kextbcey. "r AB&OE.CWEKV to admit that, with all her wealth of resource, Cuba must be accepted, as it has been classed by Cubans, as the country of mpnana (tomorrow), for, though partially developed, her resources' are to a large extent lost to all good purposes, and it is to the morrow of liberty, the advancement of education and th concurrent emancipation of thought and action that Cubans must look for the -- ehabilitationof their loved isle and hei 'cquirementof thatplaie in the grand larch of nations to which her innate wealth and worth entitle her. -- &3?s5a Powder PURE NOMI-NATE- B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW, - DR. H. H. ROBERTS-- -. Paris Kextcxl Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to m., 7 to S p. ni. 4 Richmono, Office No. 13 . Kentucky. 0 Office: Corner Duncan Avenui nd p. Fint street, up stairs. WHY JTKLN'LEY WILL BE GRANT E. LILLY, Here are some of the reasons why it is A TTORXEY-- TLA ', safe to predict that William McKinley . Kentucky. will be nominated for President by the Richmond, Republican Convention at St- - Louis: 1. Because he is the only national can Office S.W corner Main and Seconl streets didate, the only candidate representing np stain. Will practice in all the courts of ing a national idea and a national issue Madison and adjoining counties ami Court of j. He stands for the aggressive radical sen- Appeals. timent of the Republican party. His name is linked with a single idea and no W. B. SMITH", matter how mediocre or talentless he ATTORNEY AT LAW may really be, the popular imagination . Richmond, Kentucky. sees in him the champion of a great the father of protection. Offic in Cotliai Building-2. Because no one else mentioned for 0 the candidacy is linked in the popular mind with a national policy, a national J. C. & D. M. CHENADLT, idea, a national sentiment or a national ATTORNEYS AT LAW, measure 3. Because he is a Western candidate Richmond, Kentucky. and has behind him the enormous sectional pressure of Western sentiment, O&ce without the aid of which no Republican ctry. on Second street, over Chenuih's gro- , 3MC has ever been elected President. In fact, the Republicans have never chosen any but Western men for their candidate, W. R. SHACKELFORD, except in the case of Blaine, and ho was ATTORNEY AT LAW. beaten. Fremont in 1856, Lincoln in Kentucky. 1800 and 1864, Grant in 1868 and 1872, Richmond, Hayes in 1876, Garfield lu 1880 and Harrison in 1888 were all Western candi Will practice in all the Coorts Office over Rich A e, . -...Specialties... Eve, Ear, Nose, Throat axd Stomach tut- DR. A. K. STEWART, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Richmond, - - Kentucky- - Orricz 115 Slain street, over Covin ton A Mitchell's clothiaj store. Rcudeac 6i Nortk Street. Walter J. Davs. DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Richmond. - . Kntucx7. Office in Smith Building, No. j ji'opyriBht, 1895, by the Author. Mm Street, sum. Office hoars 11 to 1 lr.i 4 to j o'clock. Cnba! Iris a name that now is fa- A Nicholasville telegram cf last veek n I ar to every household in all the civDR. JOHN AI. FOSTER, tells how Rev. Culpepper is Btirrirjrup ilised earth. The suffering of its people. the Nicholasville people: Richmond. Kentucky Ec dy ng groans of its tortured patriots, "Evangelist Culpepper, who has been minor key of sorrow in Uve formed the Telephone at office and residence. MAP OF CENTRAL CUBA. holding a series of meetings in Nicholas"ie world's grand song of progress. And vet in spite of the fact that it has long ville for several days, is stirring up the G. W. EVANS, AL D., Lt Id the interest and sympathy of fair potato to a pineapple; its abundant btioytd factories and mills the "busy town A meeting for 'men only' was hum of fruitful labor stirred all the air. tiiiiided people, no land is so little known yields of sugar and tobacco; its tremenRichmond, Kentucky. held yesterday afternoon and fully four and so greatly underestimated. The dous forests of mahogany and other The cost cf making sugar was gradualHaving retired frcn the practice of median responded to the call, the hundred ly reduced by the introduction of labor several years ago, for rtu tae!er who glimpses for the first time precious woods; its uplands, upon which saving machinery, and tbe business setbet known to my largest gathering of men ever seen in self, I again otfr t.v professional services to th t r marvelous shores is overcome with are grown eery product of the temperpeople of Richmond ana .My Persons deur tled down to a paying basis, and by the this place at a religious meeting. Dr. r nibhment at the panorama of im-uf- u ing my services wul Dud sr orace nrst ucor ncrca ate zone, and its fertile valleys, from increased power of production the deof the residence of N. B. Deatherage on Second Culpepper, in his talk, dwelt upon the possibility that lies luswhich luxuriantly spring tbe most street. mand for csae grew, planters were endepravity of young and old and brought c ro him. for even now, hor richest cious fruits of the tropics; its mines of couraged, and the fruitful island began - omenta shredded, her body bleeding v out some startling facts. It was the DR. T. J. TAYLOR, iron and copper and manganese; its hunto wear tobacco c t . too loleot hands of an unnatural dreds of beautiful and excellpnt harbors, planters a prosperous air. Thealso most wonderful portrayal of the sins Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, and manufacturers una remain the indestructible and the soft, healthful atmosphere of pi act iced by men and children of both their methods, aud this rival . Richmond, Kentucky. f v Antilles, with such wealth perpetual summer that forms the setsexes ever heard in Nicholasville. Dr product kept even pace with its sacchaL r soil bud under it ad no earthly ting for t' is peerless "Pearl" their rine competitor. The annual sugar crop mood National Bank, sain e as Col. Capertoc's. Offlce and residence on Third Street. Culpepper is a fearless man. not teing dates. i au take away. , i donbts will bo swallowed up in convicwas worth 45,000,000, the tobacco crop afraid to speak his convictions. Among BAY OP1 HAVANA. - vrrybody knows, the development 4. Because the opposing candidates DS2TTAL STJ203ST. tion. ?G,000,000. Then came the revolution. the strong things he said yesterday after have none of them any strength outside ntiu had been from its earliest oc-- : A Complex Study. Somehow, when ono writes of Cuba, Cm., v iuiiiticuo, vouiiuius HUil La liroa. siiij.ua you torcibly is the extreme prev- noon was that the races were becoming STEPHEN D. PARRISH, v retarded and at times pntcti- un of their own State or section. Morton A study of this wondeiful island is DR. A. WILKES SMITH, of Cuba, are of The point and I . 'pid by the rule of ipain. Soon complex from any standpoint. The everything comes backato thatwall after Tli rivers tfiere being nonot Jarge, but alence are tho soldiery. much railroad so mixed "that it is a very common has only New York. Allison has noth j less than 2(!i trains numerous, as they dead A TTORNEY AT LA W, all guarded, DENTAL SURGEON, of Coloiubas .touched her geographer, with tho btet map in his strikes it as against the foot u clearing the cruel hurdles of Spanish of them, all told, and that is Bxclushe were in the western states during the thing for a white man to see a ptxket- - ing but Iowa. Reed has only New Eng. . Kentucky Richmond, oppression ,.iu mjiI the dark cloud . find new inlets, tbe nat- tyranny. Richmond, will of small creeks and dry beds of torients, strike. Kentucky. Every town seems to have its edition of himself walking along the land. All combined are impotent bi -- n to hover over Iter, aud it was only uralist will add to his collection, and realcalled arroyos. Thn Canto, the only places first let us and in against a united West and South. t tne she r force of her innate worth. the miueralogiit will revel m novelties, ' of But subject revert to the properbranch ly n vigable stream, rNes in the Herra resident garrison,of heavy exposed enable streets in coon skin binding." Patents, Caveats, Trade Marks, Designs, Etc OrFicc Smith buildinj, Min Street. Offic timber the island in its del Cobre and has its outlet on the .outh Mttlo forts made tbe 5. Because last, but not least, the very c i plid with the necessities of Iter Report as to patentability of invention Free of hours. o:co to n M ; i oo to 4 P M. and even the blase cosmopolitan will entirety. Tho coast contour of Cuba is Prictiee limited to dentistry. AS TO roast near Mannnilla. There are a few half a dozen men to guard a commuthat htx glorious products fact that Mr. McKinley is opposed by tbe Charge. Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terms. SILVER. recover in I uba the zest which had gone Before applying for a patent, write me. 46- even to a limited exteut, avail-- a out of his life. And all this is merely broken with hundreds of inlets, all of other streams which are navigable for nity. The lightest of artillery would two most powerful bosses in the East, J C MOHGAN. them harbors in greater or less degree, small boats for a distant ot from 8 to knock most of these into match wood, .c to say that t great deal of tho accepted Senator Teller ended his fulmination Piatt and Quay, and the two most odi MORGAN & YATES, Wiien in 1511 Columbus sent his son data with reference to Cuba is either in- - each having its small fortifications, i's 20 miles. Next in importance are tie against the sound-mone- y Republ cans otis, despotic political machines, is bound 22YSXGXA2TS. D.opn. with a n amber of colonists, to exact or wh lly faulty This, of course, villages and its special industries. The streams Guinesand Ay. At one time it DENTISTS, with a demand that tliev shall not 'Mis to create a reaction in his faor; bound proble of the island, to quote the lan- was tbe intention to cut a canal through uba, tlie big ibland was speedily set-- t like everything elee that works injury ' Richmond, guage of the railroad engineer, is varied the land intervening and bisect tbe isKentucky. card silver." to give him the sympathy of the masses, propor-- r i il and measurements of its to the island as to its relation to the and picturesque, hero a high pea thmus hut the idea was finally abandoned Who is proposing to discard silver? who hate bosses; bound to help him in DR. H. R. GIBSON, iih were made by a party of official auto- as impractible. rest of the world, is dne to tho ore a valley, a plain. Beginning Orrtc Main Street, over Madison Nitioaal Did not the Goverraent buy for coinage j the end. Cuba, contains many mineral rpiings ardineiisoree (surveyors), and tbeo cratic and luuorant methods of tho , tli Santiago dethere the most easterly Bank. Cuba, at PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 291,202,019 fine ounces of the fine white We predict that William McKinley, of ui asurements were of such accuracy Spanish authorities, the tendency of of the six provinces, and proceeding I which are ffmpdfor their valuable heal. . Kentucky. J. L. u.at tbt-- rfiuam as standards today wbo-- e metal under the act of 1883 ? Did it not Ohio, will be nominated. New York Richmond. "discipline" is toward handiing properties, principal among them HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. westward through Puerto Pnncipt i uc length of the island was found to capping every public spirited enterprise being those known as the baths of San buy, o store away in useless bars, World. Clara, Matanzas Habana and to if in round numbers 000 miles; its and retarding everything that is lie Santa Richmond, Diego. Kentucky Office in the Joe Collins building, 18 and m Secounces under the Sherman .ict of IMPORTANT RAILROAD NEWS. u !ii at its narrowest point, 21 miles, done directly in the interest nf the hon- the land's end of Pinar del Rio, the ond Street, over White's new drugstore. The temperature of the water is 83 37. 1890 paying an average price of above tourist traverses magnificent stretches Crown and bndje wort a specialty. Office This or and glory and revenue of the .1 i i at its widest point. 111 miles. over Wallace A Rice, Main street. Office hoars 3 of latr.--; sz.il "rosses innumerable val degrees F., and it is very strongly im92 cents per ounce, while it is now Col. Albert E Boone, of Knoxville, (.iv.s totbe long, sharksbuped island an acioss the a. m ta is a., s to 4 p. m. for whom this pooi, leys, skirts 1 igh mountains and follows pregnated with oxygen, carbonic acid vii worth about 68? With what other pro- President of the "Black Diamond Rail- CHAS. HOOKER, of approximately 43,000 square downcast people have been working out an j gases "hinWde of .sodium, sulphate of deep and p'cturcsque gorges, but tbe duct has the Government dealt so x h. or nearly the siae of the state of what has heretofore appeared to be a WELBY AV. BURGLN, lime, nitrate or lime, iron, magnesia, road," wites to the Advocate under date VETERINARY SURGEON, mountains become lulls, and these aio 1 uavlvania. life subsidy. and chloride of calcium. Four glasses ot jcsteiday, thaK he is preparing to gradually shaded down until in the exDENTIST, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. exteniu view of the necessity of the Notwithstanding all tfiese difficul- treme west a surface, generally level, is of it a day and two baths are the reguAs to money, if Senator Teller will start a wirm of surveyors to work in Richmond, KXiTOrCKY sive exploration which was incident to ties, tho enterprise) of Americans and reached, although cure for almost every disease look oer the contents of his pocket-bo- ok in the vicinity of the lation jji StI'Uity a Stwciaky. ... Kelltuckv. They will first , a Une ' VettrtBljY - j survey, it 6eems others fonrgu to the soil has led native tr.ts comprehensive irx. known to materia medica, but it is probOffice .U3 Stairs Over.. Neur Yorlc Stnrr , mrn.rhe will find, if he is not more fortunate , tllroln,h the State from Je,lic0f TeaB Queen City, Havana, small bat rugged . - . . CAPTAIK GESEKAL WETLER. w I Chenaalt's grocery. No. 16 Second I aiuR strange that no more of Cuba'6 industry m the right direction, and its able that the warm, pure air, simple sides, than the mass of people that it is co - Uee, to Carrollton, at the mouth of the' iin ana nrst streets, Kicnmona. In command of Spain's fbrces.1 l 4UCC1. 45- rn hne wa6 discovered and utilized for commerce has grown in the teeth of riot peaks, with precipitous along may bo diet and faith have much to do with it tbe shore Eeen in many directions they are a perfect protection against exclusively of silver cer- Kentucky riveri 011 the 0hio, sixtv miles tbe development of the strength and and insurrection. The normal nonnla- At any rate, a great many surprising but insurgents' rifles. Then there are posed almost The Wrecks of War. tificates and Treasury notes of 18S0 is-- abow LonjBV1iJe. It is proposed to value nf the new colonv. This derelic--- ! tj0Di if7oo,000, composed of something Viaati ofTiffttrt Tinriinn lfir IV . the But it is not with the beauties that na rnvaa hnra ..i,..,,C iSSMl. i. i ii if i i i. .iiiii n iiniiiiiun iiui iiiuiui? i traveling forts cars like. an ordinary sued in purchase of silver. In the ofii touch along j T.m, however, Mas probably not the near 1,000,000 persons of Spanish de . in ........... QssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssW the route in Kentucky such shed broadcast that the travel...I. ..nw ..- l...l tlfttll hni la. ". fault of the really vigorous and pro- - ' scent. 10,000 foreign whites, 43,000 ture has People have been brought here from the iLCJKUti j;u. UUk HUCU n.u. jv.jci .wu ciai statement, oi me general bioik. ot places as Cumberland Falls, Stanford, er's thoughts are occupied while Lj and supplied with slits, through which gnsMve adherents of the son of the Chmeeand 600,000 negroes and colored Bteamer on litters, apparently just ready on October 1 Danville, Harrodsburg, Frankfort, and monev coined or grrat discoverer. Indeed, from a careful people, is not a busy throng. The loi- threads his way among the wrecks tht to die, who in a week's time, have been the soldiers can shoot while their .tne-- . last, coin and certificates amounted Giber towns Col. Boone has an abiding KId war has made. His mind is charged can never reach them. OF htudy of history, though ex..ct dates are tering Cuban of today can hardly be recriding over the hills en horseback and niiee' bullets soldiers everywhere. views tbe bnri Yon to $606,000,000, while of silver coin, cer- faitfi ill this gigantic enterprise, which is There are THOROUGHBRED to be obtained, it would mpih that ognized as the descendant of those with melancholy as beneglected tobacco in a month have gone homo as "good as ed out canefields, tbe it was mkhi after its colon isu'io.i 1hat sturdy pioneers of tbe sixteenth century plantations, the ruins of stately rest new" and well as anybody. If these meet the officers in every first class tificates aud notes issued in pur to connecfGlycago w ith the sea at At the greed of tlio mother coulh.j began who fashioned tho gigantic bastions of States, with coach, and every station platform has its chase of silver there was $930,000,0(10. lanta, and he is evijlently receiving the deuces that lift up thair blackened arnif springs were in the United regulars or quota of Does this look like ''discarding sil er?" earnest support of meuof means, for El Castillo de la Fnerza the Cattle of in mute but penetrating outcry against the same air to accompany them, or if volunteers."civil guardsmen, this is not But, after all, I is not in tact quite as near an approach numerous survevs have alrestlv been MY BREEDERS WERE! SELECTED FROM THE BEST HERDS ot this famous Strength but fet ill he can be brought to tho barbarities of conflict and the curt, managed where they are by some so prolific of plot It Anglo-Saxoh"tedof swineinseveraldifTerent states. A splendid lot of pigs of different ages, they would surprising iu a land sudden and disas- to the low money standard of China. made himself if a sufficient financial of tyranny. There is no need, howevei. bestir awake .counterplot and If this road is built Danville inducement is offered. To be entirely to dwell upon this somber picture, for become tbe sanitarium of the world, be- and Japan, Mexico and tbe South American wants to be on the line, without failure " saie. urea sows a. specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. people. And yet M'lress. ust, it should be haid that enterprise is wo know what time can do in this land side which Saratoga, Carlbbad, Las Ve- trous uprisings of the most amazing thing that Republics as tht3 great nation can iifloid or mistake, and it might be well for leadwholly wanting, even among the of endless and indestructible resource White Sulphur would hide their perhaps the gas and not the traveler has always found in Cuba, to go? N. Y. World ing citizens to correspond with Col. laboring classes. And so capital, which diminished heads. Proprietor, Crab Orchard, Ky. she were quiet or in eruption, and there are pleusanter topics to coml whether was at firs largely American, was put Boone. He will probably make a visit All Kinds of Minerals. greatest being semblance of peace that attention, the mild to work, aid as a result cities have mand ourthe capital and tho very heart Nearly all metals and minerals that is the to pervade the air. CONGRESS AND THE REVENUES through Kentucky at an early day. The seems sprung up, largo jdautations bave been Havana, To say are useful in any sort of industry are Knoxville Tribune of Sunday devotes a Spirit of the People. that it is picturesque found of Cuba. column and a half to Col. Boone's trip put under cultivation, mines have been in Cnba gold, silver, iron, copgive vent to the of the people is light is but to For tha spirit EfgfBflfajgji to aud reception in Augusta, Ga. Dati-villead, asphaltum in all openpd up, and sugar, tobacco and th" and beautiful is volatile gay. Tbe superficial expression that comes to per, quicksilver, tcj w nu i HiiB rii i m raj i n mj aa m i ni i K- rat i m ni i sai i u hi It is the duty of Congress to pr jvide Advocate. hundreds of other valuable products ol first lips. Spain itself cannot show a its forms, antimony, arsenic, manganese, and not givn toLatin mind Grief here, mourning. nnd laws for the raising of adequate revenues. tho island bave been made to enrich it. your copperas, red load, etc. In the Sarama-guaea- n Boone Evangelist. more curious or interesting city. Study like hatred, is violent while it lasts, but Whatever difference of opinion '.hero As is well known, a large and usnriona and several other rivers gold it as you approach it from the sea, with has been found, though not in paying smiles and laughter follow swiftly. The Advocate is informed that Captain q'ther subjects there caa be part of the annual revenues of planters, mighty Moro set high upon the headThe race characteristics are distinctly may be on miners and manufacturers has been land, time dyed in mottled splotches of quantities. Silver of a certain grade Latin. The Cuban lady is charming. She none about this. The Government')! bus- Sam Boone, "the old Pioneer," was contaken for taxes, and at length it has yellow, gray and black, and the red and abounds in Pinar del Bio, &u Fernando moves to Methodism and the Santificn-tio- n M with simple olegance, invariaoly iness uiUBt be carried. Its debts must be verted found its way into the ever depleted Almoss all the metamor-phi- c doctrine during the recent revival yellow flags above, with La Junta acrofs and Yumuri. having that great desideratum of most paid at maturity. Its credit mnut be rocks contain copper, and these are coffers of t''e home government at Madwomen an unaffected and kept good. The public defense muiit be conducted at botuerset by Evangelist the narrow channel, prim and white, rid. And still traffic increased until save where the ugly dahlgien guns flash scattered all over tbe island. It is usu- American graceful carriage. Bonnets and hats are adequately provided for. Otherwise Henry Morrison, and that he is seriousthe beginning of the revolution in 1891, at yon like venomous black eyes, and ally found in the form of pyrites and things which, for the most part, she the Government must come to an end ly contemplating an entrance into the when then commenced the devastation happily knows not at all, but she wears tbe city is as interesting and impressive sulphurets. GEXERAL VAS1MO GOMEZ. which has cost Cnba so dearly. In the eastern part of Cuba, about 12 across her glancing shoulders or lightly and chaos reign. For Congress to neg- evangelistic field. The Somerset Reporeye eer beheld. as Leader of the rerulaimfets.l The chief products of the island are a sightthe human .metropolis and chief miles from Santiago, the rich copper thrown over her head a shawl of white lect or refuse to make necessary provis- ter said that he left Somerset with Mr. capital, As to cripple the enterprise and mar tbe sugar and tobacco, and tho amount anMorrison at the close of the meeting. LET anybody Bell lower than WE do. OUR entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing mines of El Cobre were worked for a one of lace. The highest examples of ion for the Government's expenses ould of Cnba, it .rM ny of the new government that was nually realised from theso products dur seaport cities in the isAmerican the best good many years by an English com- or black almost matchless as types of glo- be revolution by abdication of functions. The Captain is a ready and fluent talker Shoes, Hats and Cloaks at lower prices than any other house in the State. Overknown her are forming on this new soil. iug the years just preceding the last uppany. They were abandoned during the rious, dark, feminine beauty, with their coats and Cloaks at any price to, get them out of the way. Ladies and Mens and should he enter this field of labor presplendid harbor, its commerYet the present Congress is doingCuba's Great Grievance. There are other mines rising has been, on the average, 85,000,-00- 0 last revolution. Shoes at 75 cts. up. Children shoes at 20 cts. up. Pins, Needles, hairfigures, their wealth cisely this. The revenues are less than would no doubt be most successful. cial importance, its climate and the not yet open and some not yet exhausted. slight, well The grievance of Cuba, which has pesos (dollars), and tho revenue from of billowy, blue black hair and the the expenditures. Congress appropri- Danville Advocate. tinge of romance that ever attaches to pins 6 papers for 5 cts. Ladies handkerchiefs worth 10 cts. each, 3 for lasted all tbee years, dates from this mineral ssonrces has been grossly osti The city of Santiago, by the way, is its people havo made its fame world- worth more than mere passing mention, finely chiseled features of their sweet ates more money than it provide. It CapL Boone is well known in Rich-moo10 cts. Ladies, Childrens and Mens hose 4 cts. a pair. Extra was, in its nature and mated at 3,500,000 pesos. The amounts earlv period It , Urge towels 5 cts. each. Calico zM cts. a ysrd. Cotton 4 uprranon, the parallel of the one which derived from other sources (including wide. Havana has about 260,000 inhab-- it being tho chief city of the eastern de- oval faces, which seem, after all, but the orders payments for which it furnishes at least to those who date a few of glorious eyes, dark as brought about the bloody but glorious cotton of which a good deal is pro- - ' itauts. It was founded but 23 years aftyears back. He came to Richmond in cts. a yard, Ginghams 4 cts.. Buttermilk soap 10 cts. partment. It lies COO miles southeast fit setting no money Uipfo er tho discovery by Columbus und has. of the present capital and ranks thiH night, soft as velvet, yet bright as winf our own independence that .j duced) were considerable, but birth a box, 3 cakes in a box. Corsets 25 cents a - ia'- - w"e the three-stor-y bnck build- Moreover Congress, bv almost unanilady is not always been tho commercial emporium t tar taxation without ropresentatio-Bn- t importance Havana ter stars. inThat tbe Cuban native wit, in commercial were the most important And just here, of pair. Boys pants at 15 cts. . pair. Mens Linen houses, has cnatrir f aK. now occupied by the Climax, was in mentality, in lacking mous action of both tbe Antilles. there was a vast difference in the as an instance of tho slumbrous apathy Matanzas second. It is the Collars,, worth 30 cents 5 cents each. cleverness and understanding she bos a condition and instigated a policy that progress. A coal pit, the entire width Few cities bave such beautiful parks first and Revof tbaCubans. While our archtishop's residence, and to it people that has resulted from years of hopeless olutionist fatLH-- wore vastly inferior fcubjuc&ttno and practical serfdom, the and driveways as Havana. The great flock from all parts of the island during often proved when transplanted to more render large expenditures for the piblic of the pavement, and eight feet deep, to the enemy in point of numbers, thtir opening up of the iron mines in tbe prov- Plaza de Armas is the chief. It com- certain yearly religious festivals, which stimulating climates. She has bora a defense imperatively and immediately now covered by ponderous flagstones, prises four parks, in 'the center of which leader in tbe brilliant intellectual salons proportion to tb" whole number of fightordinary pru- was dug out and left with a slight railing are celebrated with remarkable pomp ince of Santiago de Cnba, at the eastern she is seldom necessary rs a measure of ing Englishmen ho could lv landed on end of the island, may profitably be cit- is a statue of Ferdinand VIL Then there and ceremony. It is also the terminus of Paris, and ifbyat homeintellectual dence. Obviously Congress is bound to around it. Boone fell into this hole and high our shores was r.ot of such sma,.uess as ed. Those valuable mines, though dis- are tbe Alameda de Paula, bordering on of two railway lines, one of which is distinguished was bddly it may charitably be devise means without delay for raising to the.; hurt. The building belonged to preclude all hope, whereas the mere covered nearly a century ago, never felt the bay, aud the Campo de Marte, used the outlet of Lomas de Cobre, the falate Silas T. Green. Boone sued supposed to be chargeable to a climate the money for these purposes. as a drill ground for the military. This handful of Cubans were so overwhelm- tho blow of a pick until 1883, when a pass thaTown Trustees and they filed a - mous copper mines, nnd tho other, ingly overmatched by the armed force party of New York capitalists determin- is an enormous park. It has four hand- ing through thu richest sugar district, which renders protracted mental effort The.task is nt.t a difficult one. Theieare over against Green. A consideven to trained minds. that Spain could muster as to be prac ed to make an. effort to purchaso and de- eome gates, named respectively Colon, affords transportation for that great a real painthe favorable conditions of seeral bources of RcMiune easily within Cortez," Pizarro and Tacon, The Paseo Under tically in her power after the first demSpanbusiness of Congreia to erable judgemeut was recovered, but, if staple. The exports of the port reach peace, when homes have not been .mar- leach. It is the velop them Negotiations with the do Tacon is a magnificent drive with onstration. among them and enact tlie nec- we recall the case correctly, a compromish government were at once commenced, double rows of trees. It has. numerous the handsome annual aggregate of red and polluted by the rough and de- choose ise of about 31,600 was effected. And so there have been insurrection and in 1885, after two years ol persua s of which is in lattc-o- ne grading touch of theJrooper, the Cuban essary tax laws. after insurrection and defeat after de sion, concession's were obtained and work columns and statues, among the About ten years ago, Boone applied for sugar, the rest cocoa, rum, tobacco, girl of quality is reared in the strictest to do this, and fcrex-ens- e Congress refuses among the of Charles III, s feat, and tbe consequent horrible butch- was commenced. were a peusion, and the late F. M. Gteen, edihoney and mahogany. c- refinement, and oven the poor are more it offers a childish quibble. The finest works of art in America. , w t'vi Lsami mt eries of retribution, until Cuba, the organized in New York and PhiladelOf the fertility of Cuba's soil too regardful of the proprieties than they editor of the Register, wrote a two-liThe commerce of Havana is only sur- mnch cannr t be said. In the weiitern Hsuse has passed one tax bill which tho the Ticb, the wonderful, has phia, and bonds were floated. Those comS ft 5 . j tho demoralizing influenco of Senate refuses to sanction. The House torial, barely a dozeu words, intimating passed in the new world by that of Now been little more than a bloody abattoir panies were the Jnragua, the Spanish-AmericaVuelta Abajo tobac are under Two-thirof the products of part the celebrated war. But the education or Unban chil- therefore washes its hands of the wbole that Boone'e Injuries were of a more re wherein the lies and hopes of a weak From York. co is raised. It has no equal in the tbe Signe and ohers. As but marvelously courageous people have thee mines the annual exportation grew Cuba find outlet through Havana. Tbe world. Iu tho eastern part, near Santi- dren has been sadly neglected. could,late matterand leaves theconntry unprovided cent date than the war. Boone discovbo as 1855 not a primary school exports of sugar alone are annually been periodically sacrificed ago, there are some tracts of land whit i found in towns boasting 2,600 or. 3,000 with means and uudefenJe'dBgalnst;dan-gerstha- t ered a copy of the Register in Boyle to Inrmoro than 500,000 tons of iron ore connty and under the peculiar law which But the immortal longing for liberty and 40,000 tons of manganese", amount- about 120.COO.000 pounds. yield excellent tobacco, almost as fine as inhabitants. In 1851, when Cnba vas it has itself invited. Havana was first called San Cristocould not be crushed out of the breast of ing to $3,000,000 in Talue at the lowsuch a thing sued Editor Green that of Vuelta Abajo. q'atld-w- h. allowed compelled to contribute $9;000,000 in Itsattituda is in the fast degree, bal de la H ibana, in honor of Colum' the sous of these patriots, and they, in est estimate. JSvcn Coffee Thrive. involves; seri for libel in the Danville Circuit Court. support of the army of Spain, the bus, but gradually the prefix was dropWorse still, itscourse j-.y .. c turn, iavemade the same struggle. Bnt Mlnluc Is Eiy. The sugar cane grows till through tbe amount appropriated for public instruc It was the first time he had ever beenj rJHRUBfKFTtiJiirRiJ rpbLJ psiriifliMWLMmMsafrgigf5 : ?-- - e'tfvTfeitM'i baa "been frequently at mw the results of these heroic efforts became t 4 Mining was nominal, as the ore could ped. Havr 'a sea. Drake tried to ta' island nnd yields the largest percentage tion iu tbe island was less than ?30,000. ous dangers which no political cxig;jncy sued, and it annoyed him no little. Maj. sv" 3. " to be readily broken np by surface blast- tacked from the can u ictise Congress for bringing. ipon In time of more nnd mire importance known of saccnarino matter. In some Burnam was retained and sent to Dan A few years ago Baracoa, with ),865 in 1585. but failed. In 17G2 a British the people of Cuba and less and less ing. In order to carry ore to the United it junder Admiral Pocock bombarded parts of tbe island tbe coffee tree thrives children, had no more than two puplic country, - ? - - -- - ; S. WH fleet theories. of taxa- ville. The case never came to trial. very well, and the quality of the hean schools, latisfactory to the administration at States a large fleet of steamers was nec- the oity and compelled . TheFoiadoctrinaire " mw mm L 5 -f accommodation for !13S to capitulate, w"h it CapL Booue is a descendant of the old Madrid, and thus, frran years of weakis equal to the bust ilaracaibo or Cenessary. On the return trip from the tion wbch it is legitimate enough for bnt it was restored to the Spaniards the tral Amerian. The banana and tbe children, and costing for teachers' pioneer family, and has followed manv ness, strength grew, solhatinsurrection United States these steamers nt first next year by the treaty of Paris. rent of building and other ex- statesmen and parties to consider plantain ai.o flourish. Largo quanti- penses the yearly sum of $780. same to mean revolution, and there went empty or with ballast only, hut it o, no excusr for calling, having been a soldier, merchant, these afford Not a Hot Country. ties of tbe latter are raised and consumdawned upiin the sight of the stririug finally dawned upon the owners of the with 3,079 children, hadjfour neglect We are accustomed to think of Cuba for the public delense lawyer, politician, editor and "Lord ed in tho country. It is an exceedingly public schools, with an patriot the splendid vision of a Wood a hot country, situated as it is under attendance xf aud the general welfare in an emergency, Grand High Everything Else." as jOf the former, in the bought but free republic vessels that loads might as well be car183,ltiBir full capacity, atn yearly'. and a practical people will not a(cept tropics, and the common impression nourishing food. Unparalleled. eastern part there aro great plantations But people know more of the struggles ried, and the steamers began to take coal the penof $3,680for salaries, rent of is correct to the extent that the mean of Cuba than they do of Cuba itFeJf. Evand. several million dollars' worth are buildings, school material, etc. Las Tu- them even as a palliation' if Congress , u;v. .v.n -.The Central Methodist, Catlettsburjr, to tho West Indies. And thus it came ery civilized inhabitant of tbe globd has about that tbu shipment of iron ore to er than in countries farther north, bnt f exported ev'ryyear to tho United States, nas, with 1,297 children,, had wo ional neglect results iu calamity ofjjany Kentucky, will enter upon its Thirtieth; , The oram e and the. pineapple abound followed with feelings of indignation "kind, as it easily may. JL Y. "Wurli . the United States facilitated the expor- the climate is mora equable. There, are schools, vith' 156 children, at an ja Year with the first issue in April. la all; Mid pity the story of Cuba's suffering. total-cle- t tation of Pennsylvania coal to the West not those sudden variations that in in, the island, and about J 2 other species of $1, ISO. Tho children years there has no!! these twenty-nin- e tho guava, of the well to do families were either All tbe "insurrections," tie "Separatist Indies. many parts of the United States are fo of most delicious fruits,, as anona, KeHHiaB IMtrtl Confederate Yrtrraaa, been a single change in either the bus! wars" and the other vain but valiant the mango, the inamej, the etc. educated at liomo or at private schools Tho development of this industry was severe on the human constitution. In KicBHtsfHJ. Vs., Reduced kalM-S- j neset or editorial management of theps' is efforts of the Cubans to throw off tbe one of mar- - enterprises that Lave bm n As has been Eajd, " 51i s at tr cost entirely beyond the meanicf Havana, for example, the average terr- - land contain a greattho forestsofof the S. chiv-lr- y j viT SttthrrM Uaiiway- number Spanish yoke have appealed tail's valuable tho lower clawes of the population. l(j per-. successfully pursued in this vondjerful pcrattireof the hottest month is 8i de. if cabinet woode among thea and wrung his heart with grief and land, despst the ingma-- lj unfavorable Though it is a. sixteen page paper! For the occasion of the 6th A nasal The gentleman of Cuba is well kBujvn. of coldest, 72. fo Santiago t'e Jlardmahogai-ir e rsge ; but, as a rnlo, he is as ignorant v.f condition that hae existed. CrfO, &nban the and tbp codar of wb1Ch His hot blooded impetuoeitr, bis open Reunion of the United Confederate H et cltr often mentioned in the war there are very large quantities tbe scene of these straggles as if they orcatet'wEaUli must always coire fro.n dispatches and bis occasitnal emus. vliu'li occurs at iucl!metJ tbe average of tbq year is viewless air. And had occurred in the There aro kutatiotjsjpf th aoceanut band! gKosity eristics with wliich eHfiga-t2urpastfi'the vegetable products of the earth. --Her 80; of the hottest month, 84; of thu treacheryire cbaraet June 30, July 2, 389(5, Southern Mai v ty swats, sngxtabgdg 3, compass ret, in the comparatively small iidfj and m'llions of he nuts are e- - .all the world is stcoaainted eoii lrf wciitorfnl. It is not only ferti. ,rritOfr: coolest, 73. These are high figures, but ' will sell tick eta to RichraeHiU va.jhHa twenty seventy-Iv- e cett-- of its watery boundaries, there are cons" ft Jr but intxVaustiblo. Tareo- crops of ca :6 not very h.h lor an island Jyrng in ported yearly The coooatree al$o grows And now, when hte visit fs at an thdt return, at very kw rates. The kief of natural centrated a greater variety rw MB CHtHS H. il grow lrom r.nS planting. Iofertiliji jjqrMtwiiil regions and surrounded b. very well, and lhe benn ib of m vejy Hf" and m completed, tot j? ? at Mile aud limrtafriU l aBBrmhWufcc. papere in the Ub than are to be found in any othperior qualny. , CUJE.S v are used. TehoOin places has tne grt- -t water; hit s warm to the land lltb Me dwells iu TtlottODtU retrospect a lOti - r FW er island, ctate, province or country furniihes Ihe tesaterral of the JUtnittfeK xfebtrasssf Ui sing ar GUI aa stay Seetkwo Btt1wf atpM The. cedar aeght tob in.&iy depth cf '27 feet 'obaccojieeds no.gn.i- vear Tq a .Etrgor from a xlrv J the sun. ir -- . s-uo to niiiko acron and not nearly ec V Uwfc il lrtitarsHtid(, j&twf&El&ii 9 ftirttvr Htioratttwu. a aafar .swarjL o)bictioafelc . t, 5. X c J m lt k IS 1 , GETTING MIXED. CARIBBEAN SEA i. .... iin-prot- i C ... ... 1 1 ii I posj-Gssio- i', i ' -- 16S,-674,6- ipr si-lc- gen-erousl- Gy-tistr- ' 6- I or i .i ..-.- a .- i;f.. ... Tbe BlueSrajs ffcrd RED HOGS. nr seusi-ble.wi- R. H. BRONKUGH, d - ) le rrlitiilffilBrBralI ir"ir-iK.-ii"iHiF"ipiwiipa- MEiSlES WE NEVER HA YE - NEVER WILL! bemi-spheraI- ts d, 1 3 Everything in the House Goes regardless of Value. cros&-petitio- three-fourth- Don't buy elsewhere until you get our prices. nr-S:i- ug Stock-companie- It will be money to you. . ? ne n, J t mmm 'j'"' fgiarFrlJiijBf ( mmmmmm 1 f- SfFiSE T .? feal-arie- Alan-zauill- Madison Mftoeltilrt!g?itiiif j S fig? jgfK jggbujfiu rf . -- -. ad y sm&p ?- - '-- j?S -- -- ut. z. .R 5 t Vs 1 ru -.- $?r- - - Ji- f i! , n -- & - 4 f , e a. - -- , - , j'S - ii 5 5 1? tziSrll SI? a 3: S'5.fjJiL Y J s&Kilfl J4 - " 5-- .- gt 5 .ft5; , A,-- c 2 Z ft ? - ... " r- Mgfil m 2., fi t I 5 J0, I ui. A frJeJ SS$SS ilk.ni r MinuLt SS5JSSSSSSSSSSSft 1 Pip,cr THE CLIMAX. FRENCH TIPTON. D. P. ARM Ell, -t UNANIMOUS ON ONE POINT. Ki!:JKwrwki!aai;;aE.::KisG.i.i Editor. Bradley anil his bayonet rule, notwith - Despite tlie diversity of opinion as to 1 S.. CORRESPONDENCE.! I Awarded Highest, Honors Vorld's Fair, - - - Manager. standing the alternate praises and s- criti- 3 DR' nrilTrenrn rnmi nnr 'ft otnitnutd rKUW otY- ERAL STATES. 1 ! u i I I L-- m N'uiman has bought an interest iu the WcBrayer distillery. Hog cholera has been having its own The Ctiieago, Milwaukee ami St. Paul f way in this neighborhood, but is Co. has adopted the 1 cent rate during the up. National G. A. R., at St. Paul. Corn pens are almost as full now as Muldoon, of Louisville, has the conPRlCi; YEAIl, ?1.50. they were last fall, and no demand for tract for erecting a Confedeiate Monuthe corn, although the farmers have been ment at Jacksonville, Fla.. the stone to making prepaiatiou for another crop. WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 25 - - 1S9C prophet. he of B irre granite, and the tieroic fisure Stevens Bros, are making their little of the Lost Cause to he cast in Munich. s?w mill go and are cutting a fine chance NO PROPHET. Louisiana Supieme Court holds that of lumber on the Madison sie of the CANDIDATES AN NOUNCCM INT the Sunday Litjuor I.avv applies to social river. So we can now get lumber withA. G. Quisenbeny, of the Inspector clubs, MOST PERFECT MADE. John S Owsi, of Lincoln county, is out paying big ferriage. a cumtidate for Congress, to represent General's ofTLe, W ah:ngtnn. I. C-- , a A committee of the Massachusetts Leg Old man Garrison is suflering greatly A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. the Stli District, subiect to the action of wel. known newspaper write er the with Ins arm which was islature has reported favorably a bill to amputated sevthe Democratic party n non de plume of "Asa Kew," has a 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. erect a SoO.OOO statue of Gen. Butler on enteen mouths ago. It is feaied it will article in the Couriei-Jouiuto to be taken off again. If so that Huntsman from the Covington stable, the Slate House grounds. show that the Democratic party, to win, hae CANDIDATE ANNOUNCEMENT. Frank Bell, a Hopkinsville, young iiimi will be the thiid tunc. r he blue bird is bailed as a harbinger where he is held underattsichme'it in the has gone soros. We had three different doctors. next time, 111113'. adopt the single tax to join the Cub in Sheriff's hands Slielbv count, is a ideas of Henry George, boon after the of the sores. The ot Spring. It is also a reminder that a Prvor Foree, of Pieces ot bone catno out Samuel Q Royce is going alwut again, A coal oil can explosion, sit Peck, Kan , cmitlitktle foi Couriers, to represent the nuuiinations for is needed to prepare the Rilev Graiinou, the Kentucky plunger, last doctor said the leg would have to be blood-purifiGovernor in Kentucky, after being confined for some time with burned two women to deatti. AIM il.trict, subject to the at tiou of the cut open and the bone scraped, before he system for the debilitating weather to we were writing to Mr. Quisenbery on a broken leg He has removed from his old left an Fraucisc last niuht fnrtheKast Democratic pat tv At Mitchell, lnd White-Cap- s took a could get well. Howard became so low iouie. Listen and you will hear the business, and incidentally remarked, of home to the Richardson place. A map He has lost, so it is said. $1(10,000 on the from jail and soundly whip that he would eat nothing, and one deb- birds singing: "Take AVer's Sarsapa Ivie.s the Choclaws are for McKiu- - course in all confidence, that unless named Winter, from Booueille. a good coast. tor said there was no chance for him. ped him. things changed, Bradlev would be elect- citizen, has bought out Mr. Itoyce. Iey. " One day, a newspaper recommending rilla in March, April, May." A SETTLERS' COM'LNTION The most severe snov-storof the seaed. He replied that Bradley would be son struck Western .Missouri and Kan- -s Hood's Sarsaparilla was left at our doDr. Yhs, Jim Jewell was correct so wae snowed under by forty thousand majorWe decided to try this medicine. Howcrd The "Maiiuractmer's Record" of Balis, Friday and Satmda. commenced taking It the last ot February, (Slant. ity: but then, as you too wellkuow.lt There was a big birthday dinner at timore, the iitrthontv on Southern indiis- after having been sick for a year and a Lexington workhouse inmates will didn't snow. Uncle Dave Kiuuard's the 18th nist. ii"i ,.. i,viriiin iiv iftiirn ni; .'iiiHir Souihekn Republicans are for Mc-. . thereafter wear strines, . . Uncle Dae was 11 years old. A large em ouiies .emeis v.oiiveu(iou 10 ne Kiuley- The Cuban insurgent force is now 100,- FINK UKCUPERAIIVE POWERS. crowd and plenty of good things to eat held at Southern Pines. N C., May 5th 000, or double what it was a month ago. will be one of the most important conwas the result. and Dradley would make a Snow fell all one day in Mississippi and Kentucky is recovering from the dehighly respectable Henubliran firm. m. Watson, who fell in the drive ventions ever - held in the South. The it is believed the fruit is killed. vastations of the Bradley war as rapidlv half. He hadn't taken it a week befoie 1 wheel at Wallace & Wyatt's saw mill, 'Record" txivsFranco-Germa- n Dr. Arthur Duestrow, the milhonaim saw that his appetite began to improre, "VVitois prejwred to hay tha Ilmdlev as Fiance did from the "A special dispatch to the Southern 1 gave feim wife murdeier, will be hanged at Union, and then he gained rapidly. war. This is evidenced by the purchase, about thue weeks ago, is able to go to wiH not Ihj second man on the RepubliStates Mag.ime, of lialtimorc gives parwork again five bottles, when the sores were all healed MibS., April 'J2d. on Saturday by James F.Scott, of Isliwill expose to Public Sale, on the ttreeti can ticket ? s' ticulars 01 n Northern and Wtstern The and they never broke aut again. Died, 011 the 15th inst.. Dollie McCol-lungton of Askland Wilkes by Red Wilkot Richmond, on April 6th. County Nugenl's dry goods house, on 1th St crutches he had used for four years were convention winch will bj held at aged about 60 years fche leaves es, the famous sire of John R. Gentry, Couit Day, the celebrated Jennet Jack, At last, the Spaniards acknowlelgeto building, laid aside, as he bad no further use lor southern Pines, N. C , on May 5th, to be opposite the Courier-Journthem. I have sixty killed in one battle with "for $10,000. This is an enormous price many friends behind to mourn her loss. composed of persons from .Northern and in Ixmisville, was damaged $00,000 ty saparilla."give all the credit to Hood's SarMrs. Ada L. Moody, Fay vt m. vtatkins is afflicted with a tumor -the Insurgents, which means nearer six for a horse when the greatly reduced Street, Lynn, Mass. LONGFELLOW.Western States and lOieigu countries fire Fnday night. prices of horses in general are considered. of some kind growing on his shoulder. This and many similar cures prove that hundred than sixtv. rour inousauu oaies 01 cotton were who have settled iu the southern Sta'es By the way, the Government is seriously Drs. Foster and Frazee, of Richmond destioved at Mobile, Wednesday night. e He was purchased from Shropshire & Ikstogrvt uKiremtnts continue to lOiiMdering a change that will add cut it out about two vears ago. It 1ms of recent years, the object being toen-ublleading men irom other sections lheseveiest otorni for eight yeaisstruck Simms, of Bourbon, for$i,30o, and it one jmzzle the imntanls and niobuhilities weightily to the depression in prices come back worse than eer. He is not now living iu the south, to express New York last Wednesday. of the best bred Jacks and has produced are the yellew feer will catch Weyler Thousands of horses are used in the cit- able to w ork any. tlii'nugii a' public convention tueir opinMrs. Broaddus, widow-o- f the late Dr. before he can resign ies for collecting mail from the Governsome of the bent Mules and Jack in the James Ogg, of the Kirksville locality ion at. to the south and its advantages, John A. Broatldus, has bought a $12,000 ment boxes, and transporting it to the was 111 our neighborhood one day last PecMgree furnished on day of attractions If Himlte were President and Jack central pot office The Government week horse swoping. He and James aud people f 10111 .iiid the opportunitiess resideuce on Thiid street, in Ixnnsville, Is the One True Blood Purifier All druggists. $1. State. for lhegover-uorThis sale is to close the partner elsewheie. Chi h n should gotolhe United Mates-Sm-alcontemplates employing tricycles for this Wallace made one trade. Jim traded his Louisville ow es 0,000,000, with ashets Prepared only by C. I. Hood&Co. Lowell, Mass. sale. of the Southern states are taking in place of Blackburn, the ienul.ii ' easy ,o ship of Euibrv & Harris. cure "ver of $2,000,0000 biaoch of the mail service. A strong accommodation mare off. a deep interest ill the matter, and deleHOOd S PlllS take. eay to operate 23c oold lie ordered out every int. ruing. lock box of about two bushels capacity is T t t it is said that Cleveland and Salisbury gates to the convention will be appointed placed between the two rear wheels. have settled the Veiieuelan question by the governors, by county commis2 Kentucky enate would hae The wood. The saddle is located immediately iu Pine timber is getting scarce in Maine. Mias Harriet Monioe, who wrote the sioners, by mayois of thecitieandtowns been a deal mure -- t'lisible hail it resolved front of the box and behind the front Miss Miller returned home by presidents of trade organizations World's Fair Ode. has seemed judgment The export of bread stulls for February Eudy's Pile Suppository against the gnuindhog than Bra lley, fi r wheel This change would flood the from Lexington last Friday, where she throughout the South. Arrangements against the New York World tor $5,000, was twice what it was for February, is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipaformer's hide is not near so tough as country w ith horses tor sale. the The deliv- has been going to s hool. lb95. tion, or monev refunded. have also been made to insure a large at- loi piematiire publication of the ode. 50 cents per the tetter's ery wagons for the ureat Shillito house box. Send two stamps for circular and Baley Richardsoon tendance of repie&entatives fiom influenleft tor Silver Huns Itiut King Menelek demands of Italy an Free Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered of Cincinnati, are the tricycle pattern. 111 Creek last Saturday, where he will tend tial Of all the bad things said about Govthe Northern ami indeminity of forty million lires. When there is lactic acid in the blood. Lancaster. Pa. No Postal. a large crop. s ernor Bradley by the newspapers, the d states. Low railioad rates are Liniments and lotions will be of no per- Answered For sale by all A party is organizing at Chicago to A PK0PHET1C ASSERTION. old wall lioi of the Iaixington Gazette and special efforts will be made manent benefit. A cure can be accom- druggists everywhere, and in Berea, Kv , the Alaskan gold fields. 6 'v s. E Welch, Jr not only to have a noted gathering of fail the worst, when he compared BradFifteen inches ot snow fell at Saranac, plished only by neutralizing this acid ley to Biirbridge. While the proposition to adopt the Northern and Western people now liv New and for this purpose Hood's Sarsaparilla York, Thursday. new constitution was before the people, ing 111 the South which has ever been is the best medicine because Hood's SarRev. Mr. Crawford, of Manse. Kv.. ex The Preobv tenan Mission, near Shang- saparilla is Minister I$a vhi with his wife is vis- we published a long list of objections to the only true blood purifier changed pulpits with W. R. Potter, of held, but also to draw to the convention hai, has been raided by iting Lord and Lady Amherst at Seven its adoption. The first on the list was lohbeis ho se- pioininently in the public eve. many people from the North iu order r) this plaie, Sunday. Oaks, not apparently caring a continenw 0 this: that they may fully understand theSouih riously wounded the pastor aud earned Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly Rev. Mr F'arrer, of Lexington, filled as pieseuted by away $o00. Hoii'-- e cen-cr- e tal dmde if the I". S did "It sets the State Treasury back a milthe delegates to the conand efleclively, 011 the liver and bov.els. the pulpit at the Christian Church buu-da- vention. him and win hhouldhe? lion dollars " The marriage of Miss Pullman, at Chi- 20k: Will any one deny that we were corIt is expected that this will be one of cago, was postponed because tlie$10.0j0' JrnaK Fieui decided iu Louisville A combination of farmers are buil ling BtrzETTv 2.0GJ vr . . . Online 2:04 vi Miss May BtirnsHe, of Lancaster; is the most important conventions ever organ onleieil for the Pullman mansion Slienl! Pllanz was entitled to bis rect? Subjoined appears a statement a railroad to Duluth, a distance of 2S0 taken fiom Auditor Stone's books. It visiting Miss Allie Walker. held in the South as regards the influence had not arrived. 4 YevrsOld 4 Yevrs Old. office, notwithstanding lie failed to fil South Africa is about to have a famine miles, for their own use, whereby they Mr. Geo. Adams paid his usual weekly which its delibeiations will have in atlife bond with the Auditor as required was compiled liv the Frankfort of the lymisulle Times, a visit to this place Sunday. He has quite tracting the widest possible attention to and the chain e for American fanners to expect to put their i heat in Duluth at Irv tlie statues. a eost of ( or 7 cents a bushel, instead of Democratic Correspondent of a Deui a liking for Kirksville since a bonny the advantages of this set tion as told to 6ell some grain in that quarter is good. .SStttEv II or 12, as they now pay the Great ocratic paper. Kentucky's Treasun brown-haire- d the world not by Southern people, but At Tulare, t'al., one robber was killed maiden located here. When Goebel returned from the war at Northern. wounded 111 an attempt Frankfort, to his home in Covington, is iu a worse condition than that of Miss Etta HiIe entertained a number by Northern and Western peple who. and two otli-erKidimoml, and Richmond had enough. ot fricuds Saturday have made their homes m the South. to ho'il up a New Orleans train. People with hair that is continually the Commonwealth, of which he is part eve. Bear in mind, Democrats, that there Mr. John T Patrick, of Southern Pipes, falling nut, or those that are bald, can owiiejj came puipiinted in red, presum- Quite a number of young people Paul schulze, who recently committed Ire lJeifPK?iaTic instit'iitioirs and under aiK biood such is horrid war. 'btormed" Mr. Otta Finnel Friday even- is arranging the local deiaiK for tiie con suicide in the state of Washington, and slop the falling, and get agood giowthot Democratic maiiHgcmeut,i except the vention. The Mauufai Juiers' Record ing. There were about 30 in attendwho was supposed to have been a mooel hair by using Hall's Hair Keaewer. would suggest th-- the Northern visitors llRAnLEv'!, bayonet rule has increased State, and that has not been under Reance and all report a good thne man 111 every particular, had stolen from The base of Acer's Hair Vigor is a rehe given excursions to noted scenic and liis solklitv with the Republicans and publican rule long enough to make an various companies ami individuals the fined and dt licate fluid, which Mr. Wm Price, of London, Kv., was ft would be well industrial points iu the Carolina and does not correspondingly increased his unpopular- perceptible 'Hifrereiice. enormous sum of $1,020,000. in our village last week g the deoigia. soil or Income rancid by exposure to the ity with the Democrats, doubtless the for us to o straightway 'into the beam The Angora cotton mills, Philadelphia, air, and which is as perfect a Mtbst'tntu extracting business, plnck the beam mail mutes from Kirksville to Kdeufoii identical result that be expected. and Silver Creek to Kiiksvilje The Southern HaplM Convention, ('hatliiunnga have tailed for $430,000. fi r the oil supplied by nature in from ourown ees. lfejiuhlicaiiscan doas uuth hdenton route was let to W.T. Turner leini. Via. Sautlir rn UailvV.13. A stranger called at the Journal of- - well as the Democrats The Laiighlin case iu Bracken county and health, us modern ihcmistry can done. Demjicc in NichoJasvflle, one day last week, ocrats ought to do bett'er. There is no produce For the occasion of the Southern Bap waj continued till Julv. ""d teeing the exceedingly lKijislrlook- - good excuse for either Jlhe Mate of Ken11st Convention, which wH convene at me athletic team will A lot of dynamite stolen by two ne. diur, asked him. 'soiuij, w here's tucky or the city of Richmond being in Chattanooga, I'enn., May 8, Nth, inclii America in the Olympian gimes groes at Iyookout Mountain, exploded, ?" a'l of which editor McCarty an such financial hole. The Cr sive, the Southern railway will sell tick at Athens, Greece, next mouth. The sick people iu our neighborhood killing both of them. " 'reciate. j && pa ets to Chattanooga. Tenn , and return, at The recent Clay county grand jury inare all improving. tle-boodluVt an, the rate of one limited lir&t class fare for dicted the county Judge, Attorney, Cor "Auditor fctone and ks of his 7 'Success is the reward of merit" list t We are blessed with plenty of snow and made a strong office the round trip. Tickets will be sold nier. Treasure!, three paint a dark pjist ure of Kentucky's rain Full brother to "Shadeland Onward" assumption. Popular appreciation is an "May Oth, to Sth, inclusive, good to re financial fuiuie.. The Auditor is not a an Attorney and a de what tells in the long run. For fifty 2:18, (sire of Online 2.04,) bv Onward, "oistei Bayard lot an hit panicky, however, and says he does One of our neighbors tells us., he took turn fifteen davs from date of sale, but speeeli i ( vears, people have been using Ayer's 2:231 (sire of Beuzetfa, 2.0tJ, puty Sheriff. and one a bushel of corn to mill and had to buy a limit on tickets may be extended allow'in Scotland, tome not want to see an extra session and tintif. 0nt . fe'r' Sarsaparilla, and it is the hlood-puiifiIn Henderson """ ntl.....7 comity, Tennessee, u bouse failed peck of corn to tinish pa ing the tol) and ing fifteen days additional time, pro hundred and eighteen others in the 2:."0 that the State will be able to drag tno.st in favor with the public. d a poimade boy put list, fourteen of which are bettei than along for two years, by paying piesent was glad to get back home with the sack. vided they are deposited with joint son iu cures. the coffee because he was not al- Avei's M D Settle and daughter are visiting agent at Chattanooga, on or before May claims and irtunlly repudiating its four 2:lo. lowed to go West to light Indians, so his 6chool years of friends at his old home in Jackson Co Nth 1806. Call on any agent of the accumulated obligations Organ fur Sale. Time On ward's dam was Nettie Time, father, mother and the family physician -- outhern Railway 'ions Jt was aim... ... for further informa- are The most startling figures produced Horse jockeying is the fanciest at Big I have for safe a good E&tey Organ. (the dam of "Temple Bar," 2:171, at death's door. ' Ae.Ii.xJ . the tion, w 11 v cvwi.r .i from a monster balance sheet shown Hill. suiart it Pistols and pocket knives are In New York and Chicago St. Patrick's Call on or address, "' 10 anen ' 'I"1 S invincible campaigner through the grand ''when The Times correspundeiitcalled on next " . stotIi. norviN ... , Mks. Nora Scriv.nkr, day many thousand of the Emerald OVER IN JESSAMIME " circuit in 1S92.) hy Mambrino Time, Ck IfMt .. . r.. "lllllllf.r.. Auditor this morning were these: -- .w - iiit , It Richmond, Ky. Mike Powell says he has puichasod Islanders matched through the streets. Februar:2y, of this ear, the State :ra''"ou1I;-,'r":oM''ji,(.full brother to Lady Stout), bv Mambrino the World's fair building-- , at Chicago .,. .. '" ""rtlier "' cradle uiip .. Yellow fever is raging at Rio Janeiro. Standing and unpaid warrants and will e Only one prisoner in Nicholasville soon make that his home. Miss Tempie Oldham has gone to the Patchen. "" 111 to $95b,y3:5 8'. When the .viidillesOorotigh is to have a stove city to buy a Spring Stock of Millinerv. Thi Kt.r. .7" M. D. Settle & Son have 50 nice shonts jail. She was the best brood mare on record 0 i.auditing-th- e claims oflhe foundry. ruu.::ucv flhl She will be pleased to see all her old at 14 years of age, (the Dr. F. M. Pierce is seriously ill in ... Kllllt, timeof herdeatb,) ""ceroMc,D a. .ie .'. ""l ..".-- -, lll.t (III : and other unaudited from 75 to 150 poundsfor bale at $3.73 . .... ohm British Honduras. Gor Bradley will Dr. B. F. customers, and as many new ones as will having five sons , or . , VI naVp ' when wairants have per hundred. , in the 2:30 list, three of """iinir She will vehaeaman here who can curse Mi1 Amanda Noland, eldest daughter. Porter,atcolored, to be third assistantphv-s.cia- u f.ivor her with a call. from the bring them better than 2:19, two producing re beM -- ..M "' - ,rrK ".,Wl 'the total outstai.d- ,w:.. . ''"' ,,,,. ., a first clas trimmer the Iakelaml Asylum. city, peiJeJ of Rev F. W. Noland, will soon mam-Mriate LeL'it n... to April 1 will be the shoes otf a horse's hoof. More than six hundred bills were in- and will be prepared to offer goods lower daughters and two more sons to take re Brown YWillis. Dr. P. R. Phillips from Beattvville is . "' UJf'ntllnl. II I I I, than any other house in town 2 cords. "een ib,,.,.i r fi,.. Taylor Adams had a quautitv of bone troduced in the General Assembly, but the new stopping at M. D' S ' 's. '""i lor ""CJK l .. . 'T'l'I-U.111..... taken from the elbow and is recovering only about fifty of them were passed. Time Onward represents the popular its will Not a dozen were of any importance. flwilll-flMlWilkes Patchen cross, which is conceded IS. Judge Phililps caught an H 'fl VHr,y '"MmMauees nwie. Ier ail . , Rv ,, , VV e conn try are fish at Tampa, Fla. BJVHIIMIX I II to be the greatest mixture of blood M'Vii- - A. Jameson, mother of ex -be champions yet produced. Chas. Briar.colored , had part of his foot Sheriff Walker Jamenu, died at Beattv ville, Thursday, aged 55 years.. r.Gus Macey, cut off by train at Wihnore. It will be to the interest of all parties This rich breeding with such speed is stable, the R. B Phelps has theonly store at High Levi Clevinger. who died in .Letcher indehted to "" ihk- i..;i:.: -! ', " Ke'"ck-- ... 'rawn . iih. the Richmond Drug Com- producing power and individuality aa tf 'y, that last Bridge. wic a county, last week, was 98 years old, had pany by account for r the vear 18!)5, to Time O.nwakd possesses, will surely ge ' " , a half-mi'o ,.. David A Arnold is at Joplin, Mo, de- lived iu the same honseJio years, had 19 call and settle sahie at once r h and iiave trotters of the highest type. seconds living children, uiore than J00 grandveloping a zinc mine. cost, as we are compelled to collect the the N- r a yea He is a beautiful brown horse, nearly Geo W. Goode & Son's creditors have children, and manygreat-grand-childremoney to carrv on our business, evui if sixteen hands high, with fine style and compromised with them at 50 cts on the Dr. Martin Van Buren Stevens, aged we have to bring suit for collection of . and Bell dollar. action, and can trot in 2:30 at any time. 70, is a law studeut at the University of same. TrJ H colt liv Kansas, and will graduate the coming THE RICHMOND DRUG CO. ESf Will stand this season at $20 to - PRESBYTERIAN at beCHURCH GETS .Mine, whereupon he z I V. F. Powers. Mng'r. 3 insure a living coit. expects to enter in two in $40,000. to active practice. Ex-udit- ir PDBUSHHU KVEKY WKDNtSDAY BV The Climax Printing rEIl cisms of Carlisle and Blackburn, however the actions of sundry State Senators and Representatives may be Jew ed, and no matter w hat has been said or not raid about any Inxly or any thing, no man has hail the temerity to suggest that Jim Jewell was not eminently correct n hen lie said "politics is bell." Judge Jewell is not only a close observer but a Boonesborough. I ' g 'CREAM BAMNO POWMR ci-liiii- al Your Life Insured Ic A Day. Our insurance is protected by bankable paper on the Capital City Dank of Col be no stronger In combination, proportion ard umhus O. There can We dare not use guarantee given you. process Hood's Sarsnparilla is pcculinr to itself, and unequalled in tree merit. a bank's name without authority, if you No other niedicitie ever possessed lo doubt it, write tbein. Good health is much curative power, or readied such the best lifeinsurance. Wright's Celery enormous sales, or made such won- Capsuelsgive jou good health, they cure derful cures, as Hood's Sarsapanlla. Liver, Kidney and Stomach trouble It is undoubtedly the best medicine 100 days treatment costs lea day. A sight ever made to purify, vitalize and endraft on above bank, in every $1 box, rich the biood. which brings your money back if we fail That is the secret of its success. tocure you. Sold by T. S. Hagan, drugIlead this statement: " When my sou was 7 years of age, ie gist. had rheumatic fever and acute rheum D. P. Armer is receiving bis spring which settled in his Iett bip. He s'ock of Jewelry and Novelties somewas so sick that no one thought there was any help (or him. Five sores broke oat thing entirely new. The latest fads in on his thigh, w hich the doctor said were bells, ladies watch guards, silver novel ties and in fact anything you may want 111 his line at bottom prices, Don't fail 18- to see them. 5 Sores b and Fane; km, Country Produce especially wanted Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town Can ned Goods.. Salt by the Barrel.' Tobacco and Cigan- Candies and Cakes. ?Conie andsee me Green Groceries. E. R. Rowland, ',) ri HI Hit I crofula in I IS S3! wife-beat- m GOODS R RICHMOND Wallaccton. ..,,., PUBLIC SALE Fine Jack. v Cure d JUST IN FROM THE F1ME8T HOUSES IN THE EAS- TNOTHING SHELF - WORN, BUT 00 -- bet-tier- al kt ALI Hoo Sarsaparilla N E W. W c -- NEW MILL! I WISH TO SAY TO THE PEOPLE OF RICHMOND AND HAlt ISON COUNTY THAT I HAVE OPEN AND OS , Port 40-4- John D. Harris. es-te- ' SALE ONE OF THE MOST SELECT STOCKS OF guai-antee- first-clas- ex-plo- ie 7-- Kirksville. Im RTfl'fi Bwncnw iltiy fll Dry Goods and Evor Brought Noil io Riahmond. y. Ut AND YOU ARE s CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND SI WEETHUR YOU WANT TO PURCHASE OR THEM NOT. WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU THROUGH. YOU CANNOT ...P33SIBLY GET ANY.... jOM or I am going ShisIF-Wor-r sub-lettin- GOODS 5N OUR HOUSE, AS THEY ARE ALL ENTIRELY NI lne ' Eiir Hill iep-rese- nt Tinje (ted to add to our alrt;nh a tractive stock full line of corres-K)ndeiits- ''Crurt ty MILLINERY GOO . be-iie- to-da- y er -- J5s:i"B --- iu:::,:m:' fifteen-year-ol- Which will be in charge of MRS. LI MAUPIN, an experienced Milliiu-rVERY RESPECTFULLY ? J 1 iir "e ""-rv.i.i- M)0ISP.TDD Some Fastidious People 5 Claim that our merchants do not carry a large variety C and hence they must purchase elsewhere. I have ? laid in a perfectly superb line of CARPETS of a from ni 1 ,la"-'.h,,-.;;- ).M,D; 41-1- 1 arm 0 f w . 3 -- ""i ,n. 1 v 1 1 ihh-c;.- ,;i lt BRUSSELS TO AXM1NSTERS In all colors. The latter are in Purple, Crimson and Ms r i n. e and I invite inspection of them. A mere glance at my ui S carved Dining Tables, and new style Druggets will convim d that I can supply your demands v v auu iUtJ 1 41-4- K . prop- & 'r. 1 . .' 'A ' The jury in the Sutton vvjH eise, at Versailles, returned a the will. Eleveu of the jurors Rigned the .erdict. The citse coiwumed two ilavn verdict-sustaining Wotice! The f'ity Council is desirous of ascertaining the indebtedness of Richmond, and askn all persons holding vouchers, notes and other evidences of imtebre to present to City Cleik, A. C. Well", on or before noon, of Wednesi ay. Match 25, ISOO.andhavesanieregisteied. Hereafter they will be paid in the older iu which they are numbered. '.fVT. Covi.MiTox. 41-- 12 ne B.H. NEAE. J. S. 40-4-7 COLLINS. 'n - Vi& lx, "' I 1 ' .. ".. evening, au.i, was vigorously I by the lawyers mi both sides 'visions Dr. Sutton's will, as it estate, reckoned :t uearlv to various boards , f the 'erian church and the 1 cnnwb -. ' at Midway. trial iiitil was over- - - V e- r- A term "ill of. except HBiiiifffffffffffff nel Mayot. fleneral - - v - slsPPr flrf .. .r J- . -- X j, ,. ?J?A .Z z i "1 'A r. r Hi.,ij;." . tnf)tj0 ' Gladness Comes .' Is "inp- - " ills, which vanish before proper a better understanding of tlid transient nature of the many ph f mmi" 1 r 19 KJ TOD WAi irNO Rodw -t- f&tevAT c?tST ROUTE. -- BEST LINE TG . "fcen,CiS,""' caled wmr. ,a,. '" WHfan i 'W arA 1.... 1 " f- - v .: i . . ' 't3iiSn fix. ."!!" UroalA r,. . '. irs " v rSi. "Koess ' -- . - ' - S? Jibuti. "' gentle efforts pleasanteffoi bf ly directed. Tliere It, eornfort in Pledge, that so many formsiof HoliiJ VcStlbnleitTrntiiH, with Bullet I'rrtor are not due to any act. al ' ai. K eriil Conciie. Dining liar Wj..u,, ; to a constipated w Cars, Hiid le.l Improved Prifa e which the pleasuit Iieprinient huflet 'eer"K Oira, furnished Syrup of JFigs. prompt tn;lrrompurtnicni. Willi. tmlet aceavwriiJ In Besi' teiraliml stalioli is why it is the only it"jisof families, and is ST-LOUI, . bo highly by all Solid Vestlbuleit Its beneficial Cars, Cojcliesjuul TrxliiH wllU , ItnSel PJHor that itis the Baffrt SleepltigC.iis. Uliilne Can-- and Yn.mnr - "tes internal Hie New JlerclinniM' Krlilge. avoliliu? ilia'.ii FRQU CHICAGO. ER FLOWERS NOW 15 TH dis-mip- ly nth-"'ste- Sli-ciuf- miitalrt-evnn- y S. M TOORD -- - . " - ating; IJae ngreenble ;r-- "., herefdre tuntf BOSTON. ' ."i-y1--umtteti" -- L M. H. BR(DWN, t $r, r F .jb "WnH BBV - ! . - :?. - ij, W, ' vIK-Jiir.f..-i ":,:asli "eiijy I eleanT?medy one. fir.sje??5ifeia, rotV,ue " the hich rZT ?- '- - -- rterV r. HOuinwetern Solid Vitl Trains, with Cowbiaatlan Ialijir FOR vj ..HONAKER . i AY! KAMBLER BICYCLE IS THI Bifffffffififffffffffffffffffffilifffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffiiiff ji' BiffffBiiBIBBiiiffBHBBBBMBlBBMBBSiHw HHEiiiiiiiiiffffffffffBlifffifHiiiBiiniififiiffifffiiffffffl H'J- - J. A. Ramsey auctioneer reports 250 From Cincinnati Gazette. i MARCH. 5, 180G neck o' the woods at the Bradley meet- cattle on the market. 1,200 lb3 native ( . m WEDNESDAY, m vmm.mm i ST Wjll people pever learo that a "cold" ing at the Gait House, Louisville, steers brought 4 cts aud $1 premium ou is an accident to be dreaded, and that Saloon for nale. Se ad. Wednesday night of last week. Thirty-fiv-e the head. 1070 lb, steers, S3 60; 900 to when it occurs treatment should be Sirs. D. M. Chenault is dangerously Miss Anna Belle Harber returned promptly applied? There is no knowing delegates were present from various 1,000 lb. steers, 3 50; 700 to 900 lb S3 to sick. parts of the State. Bradley's action in $3 50 fat cows 2) cts. Small crowd in Tuesday from Cincinnati and other where the trou'de will end; and while places, where she visited friends. calling out the militia was endorsed, and tow u. complete recovery is the rule, the excepSix inches of snow in Louisville, he was given a send-of- f for President. Mrs. Tanner, of Fraukfort, is visiting tions are terribly frequent, and thouMonday. Candidates Tor Appellate Judge. Mrs. W. S. Pryor. sands upon thousands of latal illnesses t'aughl au Kven Hundred. - Mi.--s liolie Miiiiun is leaching at According to the statutes of Kentucky, Mr. H. J. 'Streng has returned from occur every year ushered in by a little Pmeville. The Methodist revival which has been there will be an election ol a successor injudicious exposure aud seemingly in progress here for the past six weeks to Chief Justice Pryor of this city, the New York. Rowland invites attention to Ms ad. trifling symptoniB. Beyond this, there Mrs. J. R. Burnam ia visiting in closed 'Monday night. Through the Fifth Appellate district, next November. of groceries are to day countless invalids who can preaching of Dr. Culpepper aud Rev. The names prominently mentioned in Winchester. trace their complaints to ''colds," which Residence of Mrs. Wilhoit burned at Helm ovei 100 persons, it is claimed, this connection from the Democratic Hon. George Matt Adams, of Louis- at the time of occurrence gave no conNicholasville were converted and sanctified. Nicho- party are, Judge W. S. Pryor, of Henry; ville, spent several days the past week cern, and were therefore neglected. Judge J. R. Morton, of Fayette; Judge with Mr. K-las ville Journal. Elder is home from New York with Turner, this place. When troubled with a cold use ChamMikeSaufley, of Lincoln, and Judge T. his hjiring dry goods. Uriin Visaed War. W. B. Mellon, College Hill, is in the berlain's Cough Remedy. It is prompt J. Scott, of Madison. From the Repub- cities buying goods t, and effectual. 25 and 50 cent bottle for I H. Blauton 1). P., and Capt. A. F. shearer died at Beattyville on lican party are D. G Falconer, of Paysale by Hagan's Pharmacy. U. S. A., will shortly visit Beatty- ette; Judge W. II. Holt, of Franklin; Mr. Brent, of Glasgow, college mate of the lSth hist, aged 41 years. ville on a special train having in charge Hou. At Washington, Kan., Editor Kale, ot W. Yerkes, of Boyle, and Mr. C. S. Powell at Vanderhilt, is spendJohn Five Mondays in this month, so tw o car loads of cadets from the Jackson was about to die, and the Capt. Win. Herndou, of Garrard. Jn the ing a few days here. Monday will not be councv court next -l Collegiate Institute. The party will 1894 congressional election the district back his paper so as to announce The man' frieuds of Miss Nora Francis held da v. S o'clock a. m., parade the , reach here at will be delighted to hear that she has his death before his contemporaries could guber.. .. . ii pnrchaed an town and then after spending a couple went Democratic by 18, and in the Mrs W. fl. White natorial race of 1895 the district went returned home from Washington, D. C, get it, and then didn't die. elegant Columbia bicycle from agent E. of hours in rest and sight seeing, will fipfaJRl where she has been for several weeks Nicholasville about 500 Republican. EJTJrglB Tafcoa in Time E. Mitchell. start hack to Jackson on foot, marching Journal. visiting her relatives. through the countrv in truly soldierly Hood's Sarsaparilla has achieved great The Register has the finest editorial ff: "Array to Altar." Another Kailroad Victim. success in warding oft" sickness which, if rooms .of any office in Kentucky, with- fashion. Beattyville Enterprise. would have underRev. Thomas F. Major, who has charge allowed to progress, Two weeks ago the Climax announced out exception. A Wo till 1'iomulioii. dis-eathe killing of Ballard Mullins, an L. & of the Catholic Church at Frankfort, has mined the whole system and given Prof. Will H. Morton, President of The Bncy Bee Cash Siore is doing a a strong foothold to cause much N. brakemau, the night before, near taken the lecture platform. His lecture cash lHisines, as will be seen b Franklin College, Franklin, Ky., has acSlate Lick. Only a few hours after going is entitle1 "From Arm to Altar," and suffering and even threatened death. rtiJH cepted the Presidency of a Presbvtenan elsewhere. to press, last week, news came of the is largely made up of personal remiuis-cense- s Hood's Sarsaparilla has done all this and college at Lexington, Mo. Prof. Morton and experiences such at he un- even more. It has been taken in thouMrs. J M. Smith will return from of engiueer John Kane, not many was raided here aud has many friends death Louisville in a day or two. See her miles south of where Midline was killed. derwent while a raider with Gen John sands of cases which were thought to be who will be glad to hear of his success in Incidentally he tells of incurable.and aftera fair trial haselfected rollm He was taking the midnight train to H. Morgan. Winchester lite chosen field of action. bringing health, cures,- curye his conversion from a soldier to a min wonderful Knoxville, and rouuding a Charles L. Pearce, hanker, Flemings-bnrg.die- d Democrat. strength and joy to the afflicted. Ansuddenly came upou a boulder istar of the Prince of Peace. Prof. Morton was educated at C. U. last week, leaving an estate One of the most interesting recollec- other important point alwut Hood's Sarrolled down on the and everybody here is glad to hear of his that had just alued at $750,000. tions narrated in the lecture, and which saparilla is that its cures are permanent, track, and was killed in the collision. ALL FINE CUT e Knight of promotion. A. C. Green, on The fireman jumped and escaped injury, has excited a great interest in him in the because thev star, from the solid foundapunfied, vtalized and enriched lo.Ige of that Another Kagle Killed. Pythias, is r estimating the but Kane held to the lever, checking North and South, is the real cause of tion of Abraham Lincoln's assassination, which blood. But it is not what we say but onlei here in Richmond. A gray eagle, G feet 10 inches wide, the speed as much as possible. RilS . The remains were brought to Rich- he tells. He wes an intimate friend of what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells Four hundred and fifty pair Men's Patent Leal her. Former price J6. 50, Now at $4 98 ow $1.2-1- . E. V. Elder has returned from New was killed on one of the Tribble farms, at thirty-eigh- t pair Men's Patent Leather pumps, former price $l.o0, out tw ard Foxtown, one day last week. mond and Coroner Brown held an in- a soldier named Beall, a John Morgan the story One hundred and York, and an inspection of bib ad elseFJffll It could easilv have casried awav a full quest. "UndertakerCollins prepared and man, too. and had been with him on Six hundred and twenty pair Men's shoes, former price $1.50, sow at 75c. where will tell you what he did. Mr. Geo. A. Mills, of All last winter Bell was grown chicken or a lamb. The slayer forwarded the remains. Kane was a fine J many raiding expeditions. Two hundred Ladies Shoes, former price $1.92. Now at 9Sc. i"onn., w as badiy afflicted with was seared back inThe ground-ho- g wanted $5 for it, and everjbody advised engineer and a good man. He was captured by the Federal troops and sen- Lebanon, JSSS8SSS8SSSSSSSSSSSSSS68SSSSSSSSSSS5SSS rheumatism. At times it was so severe to hi6 hole by the war at Frankfort, and him to take it to Ashhaugh, the taxider- studying for the priesthood. $SSSSSSSSSSSS3KSSSSSSS! SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS-- - 5SSSSSS33SSSSSS tenced to be banged. running to Miit itcould not stand up straight, but the weather has been Beall's bosom friend was Wilkes Booth, that he It is said that Kane was the fourth mist. By the way, Dr. Asnbaugh sugover on one side. "I tried Tata self. gests that the county hurry up that pro- man killed by temporarily taking Brail-ley- 's who when he learned of his friend's fate was drawn hurried to Waahington to get old Sen- different remedies without receiving replace, but of the truth of this report Last Thursday night, at Union City, posed public library to which Gen. Clay mm AT.T. ator Hale, from New Hampshire, to in- lief," he says, "until about six months Mr. G. O Parke and wife were made has conditionally given his private lib- we know not. irHi'D ago I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's terfere in Beall's behalf, and Senator rary, and place therein these fine specihappy by their first Dorn, a daughter A Venerable Lady Dies. Hale consented, John W. Forney was Pain Balm. After using it forthree days r&k ssssssssssssssssssssssssss mens of eagles, three of which have been Mattie. Mrs. Sarah Ilogan Bates died at the also interested, 'and both together they my rheumatisin was gone and has not brought into tow ii this year. All railroads will charge one fare the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ellen V Gib- gained au audience with the Chief Ex- returned since. Fdr Bale by Hagans liuhmiMid Wheel Club. round trip to Richmond for Kt. Tem-lar- s son, in Richmond, Ky., on Saturday ecutive. Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln was Pharmacy. attending the Grand Commandery, Bikemen ot Richmond and Madison morning, March 21st, 1890, in tl.e 77th much affected and piomi&ed to comSimon S. llartman, of Tunnelton. May 27. county are requested to assemble at year of her age. She had been ill only a mute Beall's sentence, and if it coull be be in thi West Va., has been subject to attacks of DRESS SHIRTS, REEFER SUITS, SHIRT WAISTS and SPRING WR APS-- will Wait for our new line of ready-mad- e M. II. Brown's, Saturday evening few days. Funeral, Sunday afternoon, to pardon him. Every Sunday School in the county is and would have WfS. week. colic about once a year, S o'clock for the purpose of forming a by Rev. Dr. Young of the Methodist Steward and Stanton constituted the exjMicled to make an Easter offering for at a doctor and then suffer for about club. A paper was passed around on church, of which deceased had long been opposition, aud preferred grossly incor- to call the benefit of a children's ward at the twelve hours as much as some do when Full line Alapaca, 25c. Percales Tie, (100 styles). Monday and many names were signod. a most consistent member. Buried in rect charges against Beall, which disInfirmary. they die. He was taken recently just Henriettas, all wool, 36 inch, 24c. All Colors, Bleached and Unbleached Cotton, 5c Best in Town. It is proposed to call the orgauiztion the Richmond cemetery Mrs. Bates's hus- armed Lincoln's clemency and Beall was TU ) same,as at other times, aud concluded L Dr. Robert A. Mooie, a "liichiuond Wheel Club." It's object band, Dr. Stephen Walker Bates, preced- hanged. Wilkes Booth swore to kill the the Chamberjain's olic, Cholere and to try Novelties in Dress patterns S2.24c a snit. William E. Siuims, of Parih, will be to cultivate closer relations among ed her to the grave five or six jears. She man who had lied to him, and his ventook Novelties in Dress Patterns 98c a snit. died in Bourbon county last Thursday, wheelmen, to purchase maps and other was, before marriage, a Hogan of Alaba- geance was carried out, when from the Diarrhoea Remedy. Husajs: "I dose of it and it gave me relief in one - of aged 00 years. . books relative to the roadthe State, ma Had lived in Richmond since the stage he fired into the President's hox at five minutes. That is more than any aud to encourage road building and im- death of her husband; and in the county Ford's Theater, and as Father Major Thednet-S'iiida- y night, at the Methelse has ever done for me." For Wheelmen, this is a good twent five ears, coming here from Man- says, killed au, honest friend of the thing odist church, by Miss Blake and Mrs. S, provement. OUR DRIV IN CLOTH I N&.-- "" by Hagau's Pharmacy. sale chester. Among her children, besides South. E. Scett, Mif- - Melcon. organist, was a move. Boys' suite 63c Boys wool pants-nf all kinds. CII EAPER THA X ANY. Boys' long jean pants 3oc -- all sizes. At f -- 7 w w..-- ',, Father Major was a friend of Father Mrs. Gibson, are Mrs. Lucy W. White ut,. Af,.' , marvel of sweetness. Anthracite coal has been discovered Died in Indian Territory. from 4 to 14 years. 25c. Mrs. J. C. Miller, this place, W. H. Ryan, the poet priest of the South, mid near Greensburg, Ind. Mrs Nellie Dei-- s. formerly Miss SulliTlie new toll houe on Big Hill Pike mm Bates, this county, and J. Tom Bates, to him the first copy af "The Story Runis nearly completed, and is fituated a van, of Richmond, died at Dnrant, In- Fresno county, California. S10II Ken ard S 00. Sal-li- e Ejjj Miss neth Thus" was sent by the author and inspect ij lew JiHndred yards farther out and on dian Territory, on Wednesday, March Lutbut not Least, our line of MILLINERY will be the best and cheapest in the city. EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH. Call Bates, this place, recently deceased, Father Major tells an interesting story The readers of this paper will be pleasBuried at 18th, after a lingering illness. the other side of the road. daughter. Among Mrs. Bates's of an interview between Father Ryan ed to learn that there is at least one She leaves was a J G. MILLER, telephone Dennfcon Texas, on Saturday. and Gen. Ben Butler. "Sir," said Gen dreaded disease that science has been Dr. Young talked over the relatives in the South are the Man;. , a husband and five children, the oldest 13 IFJ to cure in all its stages, and that is one ot whom has been in Butler to him, "I have been told that yesterday with Dr. Ramey, in Cincinnt-tiMrs. Deiss was a sister of iraJM srasrfyjarrHJs JJiWrMfJM TrlrJ solthat his daughter, years of age. Congress. Gen. Shelley married one of you refused to bury Federal Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is the onlv and was J A. and l ltf Sullivan, the former of them. Miss Fannie Young, is improving. diers of your faith. Is it true ?" "It is positive cure known to the medical frawhom had just returned from her bed-sienot true, General," replied Father Ryan ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional P G. Lykins and George V. Webber The latter left on Thursday mornWheels and Whfelers. "There is no Federal Boldier I would not disease, requires a constitutional treat and wife, of College Hill, have removed ing to be present at thefuneral.but upon bury if I could." And the General, meiit. Halls Catarrh Cure is taken interIn the Spring the young man's fancy to m Roy, Illinois, and like sensible peo- reaching Cincinnati discovered that he ttlraJi -- ! i nally, acting directly upon the blood and of bikes. seeing the joke, enjoyed it with him Lightly turns to thoughts ple, hae the Climax seut to them. could not reach Durant in time so came mucous surfaces of the system, thereby Lexington Leader. fi At last a movement has been started - -- A Cynthiana man was here, jester-day- , home that night. Miss Man- Sullivan Rev. Major was recently pastor of the destroying the foundation of the disease lltiJa Til!? sister, was vv ith her for the past sev to form a bicycle club, and Richmond and said the bhzzjrd in his town her and giving the patient strength bv build will soon be up with the times. A call church iu Richmond. was so severe, Monday, that a man could end weeks. ing up the constitution and assisting nahas been issued for a meeting of all not be seen twenty feet, and all business Attention Democratic Committre ture in doing it work. The proprietors Wants fiov. McCreary's Mantle. Saturwheelmen interested to meet on was suspended. The Democratic County Committee of have so much Iaith in iUcurative powers Hon Prvor Foree, of Hielby county, day night next, w hen steps will be taken t)ne Hundred Dollars for Mm little came up last Wednesday aud spent sev- to perfect the organization to be known Madison county are hereby called to that they offer We must confess that we are auy case that it fails to cure. Send for meet in the Sheriffs office on Saturday jHUBsled to know just how a boulder, eral davs heie. He is a candidate for as the Richemnd Wheel Club. March 28th atl p. m. sharp, tor the pur list of testimonials. fa ling on the rear coach of a long train, Congress, subject to the action of the Speaking of meetings, it would be a Address, F. .It Chexky k Co; Toledo and Democratic party. Mr. Foree is a man splendid idea Tor the manufacturers ot poe of re organizing, electing a chaircould avoid killing anj liy Druggists. 75c. Mm kill the engineer m hi-- cab. of ability and has had experience in the bicycles and the makers of our weather man and such other business as shall be OhioBSuSold necessary. A full attendance requested. General-AssemblHe is a sound Dem- to meet and settle this question of how Ixgan county, 0.. A house burned in Miss Lucy Brandenburg ha" reJ. W. Bales, looks to the greatest long this "beastly" weather is to last. and two people perished. turned from her home and is at lu-- r old ocrat and alwajs Chairman Democratic County Com. of people. stand, Capt- - 3allHrds. on Third street, good foi the greatest number Louisville is to attempt a cycle show. A stimulant is often needed to nourish I.ow cash prices prevail at Busy Bee He has lelatives, in Madison county, the corner North, where she will be glad to Well, Louisville is a mighty big wheel and strengthen the roots and to keep 4 Cash Store Since March 10th. McCords and others. From time to time see her numerous customers. town, but when she goes to swelling up the hair a natural color. Hall's Hair he purposes meeting many of the people down when goodsare deliveredat Renew er is the best tonic for the hair. Cash in this direction, in an attempt to rival Hou. J. Sam Owsley. Jr., is setting the and presenting his claims in oerson. Chicago and New York, we fear she w ill Busy Bee Cash Store no more credit. jwee for all Democratic candidates for You will find Mr. Foree an agreeable 4 litof At Youkecs, a New iork butcher, Congiess in the Eighth district, and there man in every way, as well as good con- find herself in the predicament the tle frog we have all read about. and then butchered his will have to be some tall running to gressional timber. Agents Wanted There will be no dearth of races in For frozen perfumes, the finest and most himself with him. Ixuiisville Times catch up Imported Fox Hounds: Besides the Louisville tliia season. lasting perfume made. Full size samWe don't particularly object to the Ju6t now everybody is beginning to J. H. Boggs &. Co.. now have eight (great fneet of the League of American ples and terms sent by mail for 10 cts. Danville Advocate's appropriating to its take a Springledicine. And it is i good Wheelmen Mr. R. C. Whayne will give W-Addrehounds from the We are ready for yon and we surpass them all, with onr new spring Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes Box 288, citizenship J. fctoue Walker anil C. S. imported fox thing to do provided you take Simmons Kennel, of "England, four dogs a private meet of his own, in which the Nicholasville, Ky. Powell, but we do protest against the Liver Regulator the best Spring Mediwill be used to One rearhed Richmond now famous u3 and Merchant Tailoring. The largest and best line of clothidg we have ever shown at prices that are the very unwarranted seizure of that dozen beau- and fourslute. No more credit at Busy Bee Cash cine. It's a sluggish liver that dogs the and the others arrived on set the pacing; theY. M.C A. will have March 0th. tiful Texas partridges. system and makes bad blood. A dose a SMj lowest. 'We have, and INSPECTION will prove it, that the line Is complete' and very strong and every garment a 4 the 19th inst. The dogs were Tred by a road race, and perhaps two of them, Store since March 10th 98 day of Simmons Liver Regulator will J. Stone Walker, of Richmond, a John Scott, huntsman, of Albrighten one early in the season aud one later, Tains in the Hark. we give you a Dener makea new mn out oiyou, and a new THJio Dargain. less money man any omernonse in wis marvel. sound Democrat and asound money man, Kennel. The last four dogs and three and Prince Wells will give his fifth an I suffered foryears with severe pains in woman too. Look for the Red Z on the is announced as a candidate for deleirate stilts are out of Rsnsome and 6ired bv nual bicycle derby on July 4th, in which back, but since taking a few bottles of It Simmons Liver Regulato the National Dem.x;ratic Conventi-Trajan, one of the best stud dogs in in this year's event the most famous rid- Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 have found more package.want. is WW tor yon and he would make a good one. Stan- England They were selected by B. H ers in the State will compete. Louismm. relief than I received from all other ford Journal. At Phoenixville, Pa , one Jacob H. Wyley, of Stafford, England, secretary of ville Times. 1 have ever tried." Sam'l remedies, that toyer can go into a furnace where the There are two kinds of people J. Stone Walker's candidacy for of the club, aud are fine specimens of rar Lucas. Box 109, Somerset, Ky.' hodge-podgbeing perfect. temperature is 200 degrees Farenheitand In this curious world's Delegate to the Democratic National thesr strain, every part work comfortably notwithstanding his If refeiring to bie)cles, Convention from the 8th District chang ARE YOUR FEET RIBHT AND LEFTP Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy to whi-keAmmunition Wasted. are singed and the soles of his Those who ride aud those who dodge. operate. county es the situation so fai as Madion C Sunday afternoon Sim and Theo. De Judge. shoes burned, but he shuns the hot sunis concerned, and the man who beats him county were rafting logs at G. and C. P. Cecil, Danville, have sold shine more than other men. sine, of ll Come and see, and if you don't think so don't buy. We will take pleasure in showing you. Several of the boys took advantage of in the District will be swilt of foot and Bif! the Mouth of Red River While thus the fine weather last Sunday, w hich w as the bay mare, Winnie Clay, 2.20, to A. long of wind. Why not buy the best goods for the money that's what we give you. We have any grade you If a small bottle of shaker Digestive (Bi liitmd Tnli Mirk.) nsr.uied a small boat containing half a Slock, San Antonio, Texas, for 750. SUaoZutartd nailer United Buti ud Tortln FittsM. sandwiched in between the storms of last Cordial does you no good, don t buy a want, best ot all grades, and can suit all tastes and pockets. Mothers don't forget the In the play at the opera house lozen persous, came down the river. week and this week like the ham in that large one. EVV AUKIVAL--w:hJ.t3- Xal night, the heroine was to kiss the One of the men in the boat was one counter. N1 Crearaa. Prove all things; hold fast that which ftifa fur roticnnt-Bot the hero once, hut she didn't stop under five, Combs from the same section and who delicacy of the railroad lunch Zaring Douglas, Allen Joe G , Charley skin, removes tan, "black heads" beau- is good." It's not good for everybody, so her husband went behind the scenes was not on friendly teuns with the men Jim Arbuckle, Ted Burns and Cy Doug- tifies the complexion, sothes the habii-."- , only for the thin, pale, ick, weak and aud slapped her like blazes; and there- on the bank. The latter drew a big pisWHICH MEANS BEST ON EARTH. There was more of these goods sold here last year than river, 10 and 2o cent". weary. For thobe who are starving for Bfil upon the company pawned their effects tol and in their hurry to get out of range las, took a spin to the Kentucky anv boy's make of clothing ever sold in this market. Prices range from $2.00 to $5.00. The food. For those who good. They found and report the riding Try Friirlpy'KSarsapirilla, "best tonic." want of digested and got out of low n.. the boat was swamped near the middle the wind "a leedle up." five dollar suits are equal to suits you pay from six to seven dollars of other makes, the cheaper cannot get fat or strong, because their BBaBJ Jane Heath, from the western part of if the river, leaving its inmates to swim grades in proportion. stomachs do not work as they ought to The Magazine that does not get out a MILLINERY OPENING- Fortunately they reached the county, sent to the poor house, thne for their lives. We have added for the spring and summer the CELEBRATED MANHATTA-t- f SHIRTS, These are the people, millions of them, 'hicjele number" once in a while now-ad- ajs weeks ago, was brought before acting the Madison shore safely, and after get Digestive Cordial u ill cure. which is the most had better throw up the sponge. will be ready In show a largennd care- whom Shaker Oounlv Jwlue Armer vesterday and ing the water out of their eyes, one of Food makes 'strength, muscle, brain, fully helecti stuck of choice Spring Weather forecast for the next w eel . work and the tried for lunacy, but the jury found her them got Irs revolver to JI Show en-- , and Summer Millinery. Imported lints blood, energy after it is digested. Friday Rain. to be an imbecile and she was returned Desines were in turn compelled to 6eek Thursday ana bonnets, oineluy ami hursday, not digested, it will do you no good at safety in flight. Nobody wasstruck and with three rays of sunshine. Saturday April 1st and 2nd. All are cordially into the poorlu ue. all. Sunday Fair overhead but vited. Snow. a lot of ammunition was thus wasted. We have them in all styles White, full dress, colored and negligee all of popular prices. Shaker Digestive Cordial helps your Low E. S,. Rate. Knit right an 1 left to conform to tho thapo 0. Hartmak. don't try to ride that way Monday Winchester Democrat. toldigestyour food and cures instomach Hotel Glyndon It Oratorical ef th fiot, th is preventing many diteom-fr- ti April 3rd, Tuesday Some more snow. Sleet. SHOES. digestion permanently. When you've Prubiiblv Another Forgery. and insuring great durability. one and one-thir- d Contest, Wednesday Well, we don't care a contried a small bottle, you can tell. & N. Louis- tinental w hat it w ill be that day. A Richmond telegram to the fare the round trip, $1.35, oxer h. I he most select line in town, from 10 to 20 per cent cheaper than other houses. We are sole! STOCMa. THE Sold by druggists-- Trial bottle 10 ville Times of Thursday says: Good returning on any train the 4th. Overton Conrad and W. F. Miiler, colselling agents at this place of the Smith & Stoughton (Incorporated) Men's fine shoes. cents. 'George McDonald wasouta few days lege boys, took a trip a few days ago. Colcrcd. 2ail Carrier. .JWRS.J. M. SMITH has returned ago and found an elk's horn upon which you about it. They J. J. Graddy got judgment for $100 A colored man at Foxtown hasbeen was engraved "D. Boone, 1778." The Let them tell from the city with all new and against the Western Union Telegraph, started on two wheels and think of it for carrying awarded the She has experL Latest Styles. . -- .. . . horn is about four feet long and has five at Lexington, on the ground of failure to the mail from Richmond to White Hall. prongs He was looking for fuel with came back on eight wheels. ouced artists in their line, whosu Prices very low, assortment complete, WORKMANSHIP THE a message, announcing promptly deliver "The retail price of a high grade bicy Bluegrass &c He will go on duty July which to make a camt-firwork nives satisfaction. All work and seeing BEST the death of his'moUi'er. cle is S100, and there is no reason to be1st. 42 jiuarauteed or no pay the horn in the creek took it for a stick. lieve mm reduced, A njw Featnre in onr Clothing Department Is Bicycle Snits, Golf Hose, Shoes and Sweaters and Caps. this figure will be greatly Slippery. He washed it and discovered flie inscripA card on the outside of office doors for in spite of the periodical sew ing maslip'Monday was an icy day. It was tion. He prizes it very highly, and will says: "Gone to lunch. Be back in ten costs something to build a pery, sloppery, sluppery. You could probably give it to the Kentucky Histor- chine bogie it minutes.1' And, the Juian will be there bicycle and a good deal to market a bicy slip up, slip down, slip around, in, out. ical Society." on time. That is, forisntue days, weeks pen of the editor of frooi the over, under through, forward, backward, This was the busiest yeat of Col cle." This authority of Amor even nrontliB, he vfill. Then he will sidewise, slouch wise and otherwise. In February he was Bearings, "the cycling Boone's busy I if xtU..Vwant the best Washing M:t-- - be at home occasionally for a day He'll erica," and cannot be passed as mere captured at Blue Licks with the thirty Going South. cirfue tli,Jf? made, one that a child tell vou he had a hfaulache a turn of au advertisesalt makeis and remained a prisoner un- "trade talk." For instance cholera morbus or mpybe he'll Bay ha ment recently appeared in one of the MichAlonzo Carter, of Grand Haven, caii operate, call on, or address, til the summer when he escaped and had a lump in his stdmach and felt too leading comic-papewhivh it is estimatspent the past week here looking made that wonderful journey to Boones-borouigan, Chas. Wallkk, miserable too movei The lump was birycle company that paid ed cost the ., at the country- - He was surprised at so on foof, with but one meal. .Richmond, Ky. probably two or three for it at least $2,000 for a single issue. much evfdence of winter. He was going Having put the fort in order he with a SST'Af.tentfl wanted. I upcheat'o'ndeusejl to Willminpton, N. C, where he will en- company made' an expedition againstthe TheTnah' whrybOl lathis lunches will A SLY OLD MULE gage in trucking. His family will follow Indians bevond the Ohio, and returned find Dr. Pierce's I'leijanJ'elJetBthe best De iniife wi(S stau'in' by hisse'f, in May-- He says many people from his just in time to take part in the great?st --; friend he ver met. An' nodditr" hong his head, country are going to Georgia. ! siege of pioneer warfare in Kentucky. There is no isise o biliousness, consti- A nigger come along de road The siege ended, he returned to North Teacher Llected. or any patiou, indigestion, ' heart-bnrnAn' thought (fl he was dead. Carolina for his family, who, thinking breeding of the rest of the ) IglU-iuAFriday night the board of Education him dead, had gone home while he was He pulled his tail terwake him-tip- ; handsomly fttr-- brood, that, these litl ;e "lVllets" will not mm. elected Mrs. French Tipton to th vacan a captive. Col. Boone did not return to He woke npj den an' dar end 21 "uilied"malem fixtures si I one of cure. They cure pel manantly rcrps of teachers of Caldwel' Kentucky till 1780. cv in the He kicked dat nigger died so quick locations' in yiiichmer. Ill ifents in oneHceutflU npe tq "World's Dk- the High School. She has had nine yearn uebher felt da jar. fie If the horn in question was cut by healtiilof the proprStor the-rureason jenary Medical i. wociation Buffalo, experience in teaching, live of which Col. Booue, it v as done just before hi IXfindes, . ot . ChrietteA eeun- - - for.ftelling. FMtarther particulars jn- - N. Y", and receive"!! Pierce's 1008 page Wioch&ljtr City School. capture. were in the . ''k . It was iouud in Hinkston JudgJ V.T 3. fn,ntnn Suiu Mn.4iol ArivBr '' nm i irr.iHii.M.!iiwdiHr,fiHiTUBEM(i mi mj mi Hiraj BHrzu nu i mimi There vicre five applicants, and the Board creek on the route from Booneeborouch ty, was sworn in on llhurfO', m Judge quire Ht n.omciJiWiiwaeetsr, Ky. m jmiIim i n in I fiisety illatirated. -L i of 19 Court oriAppeate. . .'ft-- 1 selected the moat experienced one. to Bine Licks. . L THE CLIMAX. -- Was There. Col. Winchester Court. "Slv Not to "be Trifled With. J. W. Caperton represented this PRRSflNAI.S: J W. Wy-gan- Post-Regist- BOCK BEER.M ON TFAP AT ALL FF3J1LAM SALOON s- OslrBhafraTrH?ra i?2JSSJShiirSJ!T!r flralfilpUliIi fraEhlifrSliahiBrraallB hf mjmmtkumBM&ts&vy e y'm B irr-fv jx m ;; j so Kk-.h- drets-makinga- d. Em FOR TEN DAYS. &EI&AL ran Ia Sample lot of Twentieth Century Shoes at $2.39, Kegular price $3.50. M old-tim- II B. sra ell CHILDREN SHOES AT YOUR OWJN FKlUii! pa Clarks O. N. T. COTTON, 3 spools, 10c. 3lE jgJ fl gfj ara mm Hi s brotber-in-lHwofCo- . MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING-HATS AND CAPS. -- ip ... SE ,, i 111 e. a BfJBrJBf? a MlfMffM SlBfraafpBairlBMliBrJB BhasuSlpSlihiBhlJEiiiWiBp latraaiMBiWjafiaBiiaMirasanaaiiaapfiaaji HBNRT KL1IN & SON, fPl is te israsrasnfKJErasrasrasfsraa riniiiriri3rBT.i JSlBpH' m pfHiari marfaar ara GETTHEBENEFIT OF REDUCED PRICES lie' ally , y- M j 'i . W 3STEW GOODS. 42-4- 42-4- THEY AHE CHEAPER, WE BOUGHT THEM FOE LESS MD AEE SELLING THEMFOH MUCH LESS. step-daught- er lifts ss 42-4- 5. sex-tupl- et 42-4- snuicr mm ajg e. THIS IS NO BLUFF. WcuikAit BUT FACTS, sr 31 rs E-ti- ga ii-d- ac Ml S sill O, lot:fflNG. IIr fig I 1 Pi M a 1 FJDF5TJLAM SffllDSir IN AMERICA. Inter-Collegia- te Dress Molpgl sub-contra- ct e. siMeretot hum IS ajg Si.. M pa Hats For Every One, hpml Notice! e. It NICE AND COMPLETE us a Call. COVING" II m LINE. spy rs gh ', ten-minn- te We will make it to the mutual interest For Us All, - m lira .Jata mitST-GLASS'sHluon, pai gJa For Sale!.., sp ," re pn k MITCHELL TMLORS AND, CLOTHIERS, SI OsLajnsr STBH33T; bt &- X0TrrvC030D, S?2". .. uun,...".,.,S! ..r -- i. .i I) c ii i 1 t? a -- . O ' - ;1 1 it, -: MiMiitMHMWjiiwiji hiji muiijjiiwiimi ii iimiiimirimuwLiiftiimifanitrmxramttamtrvminiramnwmKmirtjvmimmttt h.wi.mwi iiiifin w ".V f i IIIIMW tWW -- anjl li"i m i( H,ljta.Wii. iriiyin.i n.rrim. .,u, nmn. - ji ,l jf -,- '." u, iji jK ' .r .i.i.w. "y iii ni iwWgaMwylW WllWjWgf1 llgTS ,- -- ti" "'"'H '''v' ''' "" !yj)"''t'5'ji3IB5g28i -- . .g. ' -- - ' . M KENTUCKY rbe NEWS. KENTUCKY FINANCES. : By "the I.&ti How From All Tarta of Ce b won w U ti tht ThrjAreln a Very Ka'dTVay-riioaosn- d HOUSE BURIED railing of 'a ,Mm of Sto lljr Utsslnff. 7- Traja- - : IT. WAS ' SIXTY-SEVEN CONVERSIONS.- - . i pii:!llll!lll!!Il!lill!!!illl!I!!iliiIi!I)lIliilllllHlinHilllllII!IIIIIIlIlllin!lin t AUTISTIC. A SPECIAL SESSION. Great I'moura Hmuclil to Itvar (lor. Tlutt lie H III llraillO II I. It.ll.-ve-J Arrnlf Fhaakfurt, Ivy., MurHi "is. It is Gov. V. t). Itrailley will call a irbMua of thv legitl'ilun-- , although he riot luri--s thai In will bat ..-lie- ved &p-ai- do so. There are several reasons why it u l that ami f.iutsk nf llioiiiM Uit will fni executive to iU The imjt important e lnilniNtrutiou is the now tin iiisiil'icii'iit revemit-- ., ami, like thu ut Washiiirtiu, thry must meet. tli eiiiorgciii-- j 01 Miller l. the credit of the statu ti lc if the commonwealth may not alrvad) le said to Ihj eniifronte.l hi a Miriit-Hiiiprr-tsu- ii e iIm-Iiogini-ruim-i- cial distress of the state, matters vvUl be in a bad way by the end of the present fiscal year. The balance sheets just completed in the auditor's office show that on March 1 there were outstanding and unpaid warrants on the treasury to the amount of $353,933. Another S100,t)00 will be added to this by the expenses of the present legislature. Hy April 1 the unpaid warrants will run up to nearly SUOO.OOO and by July 1 to nearly 51,500,000. DOWN AN EMBANKM ENT. 12caped Death. Versailles, Kj-.- , March 20. The d express on the Louisville Southern railroad, due at Versailles at east-boun- of Dollar of UnpatdYTarrantft. f Fsaxefort, Ky., MJarch "20. Hnless this governor relents and gives the legislature another chance to pass some sorf of a measure to relieve the finan- euiliar-rasMi- An Englux'a VerrlHr Fluncr The. Crew I. H J P- i liHiu-iu- l cuuditvon that is of Milhcient the governor to MTiuHturvt ti ftiri-call IimcW the legi.l.itire. the the holilun. of warranti in their truHMiry are prououno-the legislature, in fhllun-o- f to HtvUle relief ly the Ms.s.ii;i of the r vchhc hill, 'i'lie state is now more SVOtUHMk ochiinl hi Hum ami warrants, outstanding the hspihIkt-- . of the stale officers, anil other state creditors in- - not paid. Thi' an; a warrant m Ih-i- i of mmvio'S and other claims, anil Uhl to wail tin ir turn. This llu-- j may La fat to the ImiiKs and diwoiiHt for MX, XI, mid thus re.il-- ! oreiphl r iilhcrit isi- - they cm hold thciu from leu to luulic moHths. Carry llullitnil CfinvlrttMl. HolJm'Kson, IC y , March land whs M'titeuced to the peniu-iiti.irhere for a term of lb je.tr foi tin" killing of James Comhs hImmiI ago. Holland's defense was that Combs li.nl wit) laid him and shot at him tint, when he the lire. The jury did not believe his story, though supported by troiiK' circumstantial evidence, llollamt is one of the worst dc?porailoe-- to be found in the lie is an moHuUtiiis of KctitHcky. e liip-pui-hihsap-poiiiUne- nt ? n n y out-mont- h s midnight, ran into a landslide while passing through the Kentucky river cliffs, six miles from here and was derailed. The engine, in charge of Engineer Hickey and Fireman Win. Herman, went zigzag down an embankment and upset. The crew was uninjured. The baggage-car. ladies' coach and sleeper left the track, the first two turning over. Traffic on the road vvas suspended until ten o'clock Thursday. 80-fo- ot Hixdman. Ky., March2i. Thepwsple of this vicinity are Very much exercised over the report just received henr tint a largt; mass of stone and substance has fallen on the side ot Pino mountain, which is located oo Greasy Fork of the Kentucky river, about twenty-fiv- e miles from this place. Persons living in the vicinity say they were startled by a whirring sound and then a crash. Large stones and chunks of black substance came rolling down the Ride of the mountain, scattering in every direction for hundreds of yards along the vaUey. The house of Mrs. Hester Yates, on the mountain side, was demolished and the logs scattered in every direction Mrs. Yates and family, consisting of several small children, were buried beneath the debris. The hard substance was over half buried in the mountain sile, but, striking a solid rock, had burst into hundreds of pieces. People for miles around have turned out and are now searching for the bodies of Mrs. Yates and her children. cmder-IooZc-in- g planters Prepared a Itloody Coat ns. n Practical Joke. Wr. Veuxox, Ky., March 17. of a bloody cost and vst, wilhi "bullet holes through them, on Ilmutdr-stoncreek last week bj some dk. hunters, proves to have beeni ai hoax gotten up by the hunters, wHoj, it is said, concealed the coat and vostt themselves under a stone lifter fining; baUs through tho garments and siniaxt-inthem with rabbit blood. The mun Kelton, who was reported missing, ia, at work a few miles from" the scene TJie-Ending c g charming "CanuF View in Holland' J- - "The Result of Elder DEPUTY MARSHAL Wounded by a Moonshiner One of MIk" Assailants Reported Killed. Louisville, Ky.. March 17 Whillc Deputy United States Marshal W. A. Bird, of Wolfe count3 and Detective: George Drake, of Lexington, were loolfc-in- g for an illicit jitill in Morgan county they were fired upon by moonshiners and Drake vvaswounded in the leg. The officers returned the fire and ai moonshiner, whose name could not be: learned, vvas killed. Wllf Hold the Convention In Louisville. FiiAjfKFoi'rr, Ky.. March 17. The republicans, held a secret caucus Monday night and decided to demand that the Greenup, Ky., March 18. After a protracted service of 15 days Ehler Wm. II. Myers has closed the meeting .at the Christian church in this place. "Two more converts were baptized by him in the Ohio river Tuesday, notsnow withstanding there is a Upon the ground and the water is Ice cold. During his meeting 07 have united with the church, 40 of the number having been immersed in the river. Rev. Dr. D. L. Lander closed a week's meetiug at the Presbyterian church, with 21 udditions to the church during the week, making a total of S3 to this church during tho past month.' Rev. Ernst Robinson also received four new members into the M. E. church south at the service Monday. 'This is the greatest religious awakening that has overcome Greenup for 40 years. Over one hundred and fifty people have united with the various churches here in the past two months. ten-inc- h addi-tion- s POOL-ROOM- S at Greenup. Myers'TIfteen Days-HeTlv- r by the J. Redmond andaatudy of Jtoses FOR THE RENT,,., STORE-HOUS- land Lilacs by Kaoul M. de Longpe are olor supplements given this taonth are-a- s by'Tbe Art Amateur. "The sheets of practical working designs wood-carver- E ( ACT. TAKES HIS SEAT. JndRe Landcs was sworn in as judge of tho court of appeals Thursday morning, and took his seat on the appellate bench to succeed Judge John R. Grace, deceased, of the First district. There is some doubt as to the time he shall J. 1. Landri Sworn In an Jndge of the Court of Appeals. I'kankfokt, Ky., March 20. J. I. U ICt. Landes' appointment carries with it the necessity for a special election for senator in the Sixth Senatorial district, which he resigned in order to accept the judgship. He has been a judge in Christian county, and is one of the able lawyers in that section. Has Ills Own Way. Fkamcfoist, Ky.. March 20 The senate having failed to confirm the nomination of Dr. B. F. Porter, colored, to be third assistant physician at state central committee change the rains and snows in this section have place of holding the state convention raised the rivers and creeks until much from Lexington to Louisville on account damage is being done to the property of the lawlessness. in the valleys. The people of this sec No More Scarlet fever at Lexington. tion have prayed for high water at Lexington, 'Ky , March 17. Scarlet-fevehome and in the churches, and are which has been epidemic here for for the rain to cease. Many some weeks, has disappeared and the. persons had collected large booms of last danger flag has been taken down logs and they have been washed away. Several deaths were recorded from Jack Stone and his family, living on scarlet fever last month. Coney creek, "were forced to spend SunLouisville Legion Leaves for Frankfort. dry night in the loft of their house on Louisville, Ky., March 17. The account of the high water. They were rescued Monday, but the home has Louisville legion left for Frankfort on been swept away. So far as reported a special train at seven o'clock Monday morning. The riot alarm was sounded no lives have been lost from all fire alarm bells at five o'clock: Prominent Churchmen In Council. and about 250 members respouded. now-prayin- g H1NDMAN FLOODED. Prayers for Rain Answered With an Overflowing Measure. HiNDMAjf, Ky., March 21. The recent Turf Exchange at Louisville Wilt" Sue the Western Union. Louisville, Ky., March 18. A meetpool-room r, ing of local men was held to discuss the Royal Nettie steal of Saturmen now claim day. The they were not as hard hit as was at first reported, but this may be due to the fact that they do not care to have it known how badly they were taken in. The losses given by the pool room men themselves are as follows: Suburban, Sl.fcOO; Newmarket, 1,200 to 51,500; Turf Exchange, S3,000. The Turf exchange has decided to sue the Western Union Telegraph company for S3,000, the amount of the losses sustained by cashing tickets on Royal Nettle. The claim is made that the wires were not tapped. The other pool rooms will probably also sue. pool-room "A very smooth article B I m Illii if. Wlil.kj Seller. .1 ckson. ICy.. Mareli 2X. For some time whisky has leen Mild illicitlj" in tltc sulHirltsof .lackMiii. and although the otticer have been vigilant no trace could Ik." found of the culprit, Friday morning the nmrbliul found out tliat I'hiiip Noble, st notorious .Negro, not Frajskfobt, Ky., March 21. Rov. Samuel Hamilton, D. D., Rev. J. R. Collier, D. D., Rev. E L. Warren, D. D., and Mr. A. P. Humphrey, of Louisville; Rev E. X. Ermen, of Dayton; Rev. James P. Hendrieke, D. D., of and Donald McDonald, of Danville, members of the synodical committee of home missions, IVesby-teria- n Flem-ingsburg, AfivA Merchant Dead. CATLETTSBURa, ert B. Riggs, one of Catlettsburg's Ky., March 17. Robold- est and roost 'respected citizens, died Monday morning of asthma. Mr. Riggs. was the oldest merchant in the city and was a promhieiit mason. Allen Knocked Out. Louisville. Ky., March 17. Steve Dosbj, of Louisville, knocked out Waller Allen, of Indianapolis, at Riverside: park Monday night, in the presence of 200 people. Cosby "weighed lo- -' pounds, church, general assembly, north, held a session in this city. unknown to prison walls, was the guilty man. It did not take long to have NoWe tried in the police cnurt, and he now languishes m jail for a long lenn. bills: The a;t to establish two houses of reform for diildrea; the lien law bill, the bill extend inff the lime for to collect bad; taxes; the bill allowing trust companies to organize w itb S25.WD capital instead of &')U,(KIO, a and the act to pretent Itradlej. Kills Aprntf-- l ! KRAshKOKT, Kv.. March 2S. (Jor. ISraiDey has approved the following i:.. fraud in canning frait. A having Wen born the first day of the week, the lirst day of the month and the first daj- - of the year of this century. For S3 j ears she had been a faithful member of the Methodist church. Inane Woman Iluriiril In a Crinp. Ky.. March U3 Miss Hertie Harnett was burneil to death at her hoie in Utility. Ky, five miles back ot this place, bhc was standing ta front of the fire and turned to sjniak to her mother, when her slothes caught. She ran into a field and fell and her bodj was burned to a crisp. Tti Second Vtitiiu. Covioton. Ky., March 28. .Toseph Carson, the fireman who was scalded bv the explosion of a boiler at the Consumers' Ice Co., this city, died Saturday morning, at 11 o'clock, at St- - Elizabeth's hospital. He ws literally rooked, and his sufferings were terrible. II 4.WKfriu.K. llancf-d I' nsMMin fur Kfiitiif kijinfc. 1'ensions AsHisuTtiv. March '1. Original issued to Kentuehtans: NathRM Uarreit. Lamasco. Ij'on; Jas. lto4crt. t rab rchard. Lincoln. Jackson Coffee, and Somerset, I'alaslci. Ileissue Ambrose White. McDowell. Tlojd. Original widows, etc. Minor of Jackson I). Kerky. Howling (Jreen, Warren; Lillj Mtddletcm. I'ewee Valley. Oldham. lli.tli if tlie lilcst IViiftloni-r- . Mrs. D.viv n UK. Ky., March 2S. bamh Simpson, of Itolhug-s- Kj.. died Hmlay. aged 1T. probably the oldest Iktsoh on the pension olls in Ite-ncw- al o ICen-tichv. SKriiKKi)vii.i.K. Kj-.-. March US. Jack James, a Negro about fifty years of age, hung himself to a rafter in an jld barn beeause a merchant dunned him for a bilL The coroner's jury returned a verdict of suicide, ltuylnjr Cairn. Ky., March 23. The C. X 0 railroad is said to be negotiating for the purchase of the Carter Caves property, in Carter countj-- . There are five GliKKNUl". llitiiftlf. FLKiiixGSBUKO, Ky., March 20. L. large caverns and a natural bridge in(E. Pearce, president of the Deposit cluded in the tract. bank, died suddenly of heart failure. riuipwlle lTiili Company FuIIa. seventy-twyears old, He Loiiviujc Ky., March 23. The J. and was about was the wealthiest citizen of the K. Davidson Co., fish and game haucounty. His estate is valued at over liers at 31 Third street, assigned on $750,000. tccount of dull business Assets will Confesses. A Horse-Thiprobably oover the liablities. LAXCASTEK, Ky., March 20. Elsey Child Ifurned to tlrath. Ausburn, who was indicted for horse Loitisa, Ky., March 2S. The stealing and who was arrested in Inson of Granville Koss vvas diana and brought back here, confessed burned to death by his clothes catching Thursday morning and was sentenced fire while he was standing before an to two years in the penitentiary. open grate. Indorse the Exposition, Died of Louisville, Ky., March 20. By a Wij.ciiKSTEK, Ky.. March 28. Mrs. vote of 25 to eight the Southern States Joseph Puckett. aged 154, died Sundaj-o- f exposition, to be held at Chicago next paralysis. Her husband is the faU, was indorsed Thursday at a meetof the First national bank. ing of delegates at the board of trade. o ef four-year-o- ld 1'ar-aly.l- The grand jury has adjourned after finding 250 indictments, mostly for petty offenses. The civil case of most prominence in court is an action to Cremated In a Car. construe the will of CoL John Dils and Kv--. March 20. .Toseph place the estate in the hands of the reSomerset, Field, at Pine Knot, Ky., a station 20 ceiver of the court. The estate i worth miles below this place, climbed into a tome 575,000. car on the side track to take a sleep. Oil Wells In Eastern Kentucky. The car was loaded with hay, which Pikeville, Ky , March 21. The oil was fired by Field's pipe, and he was burned to death. Field was a stone- development still goes on in this vicini-itAnother strike of a good well has mason, and his home was in Pennsylbeen made on Beaver creek. It is vania. known as the Purden ..well and is loFell Under the Car Wheels. cated on the Allen farm. The well on NiciioLAsvrLLE, Ky.. March 20. Hurricane creek has fine indications. Charles Brier, a colored If this well proves trood it will open lxij', while attempting to board a the field and hundreds of w ells will be freight train at Wilmore, fell under the drilled this year. wheels, and his left foot and ankle New Kentucky Postmasters. w ere terribly mangled. The boy wak Washington, March 31. Postmasbrought to his home here. It is beters were appointed for Kentucky as lieved that amputation will be necesfollows: H. Epstein, Blossom, Monro", sary. viie Luther Turner, resigned; E. V. The Two Wardens. ltugland. Lake Valley, vice Fbaxkfort, Ky., March 20. As pre- Jas. Bradley, resigned; Morgan, Whit-s'Willis dicted. Senator E. M. Neil, of Adair, West Newton, vice L. D. Paddock, has been made warden of the Frankresigned, and A. L. Winters, White Lick, fort penitentiary, and Maj. R. A. Boone, vice Willet H. Winter, deceased. of Lexington, deputy. J. II. For Wayward Women. Happy, of Mayfield, has been elected Louisville, Ky., March 21. At the warden at Eddyville. Burdel Beard, of Breckinridge county, is his deputy. suggestion of Evangelist Mills a small house has been rented in the southHanged Ilradley In Effigy. eastern part of the city to be used as a Danville, Ky., March 20. Gov. home for young women who have Bradley was hung in effigy here. The fallen astray and desire to reform. It figure was suspended to a telephone will be known as Francis Willard Setwire and was labeled tlement. Bradley " The hanging is thought to Horribly Mangled In the Heltlnjf. have been the work of a few "roundMariox, Ky., March 21. John Clark, ers." and has occasioned little coman employe in a flouring mill at this ment, place, vvas Friday caught by some beltMate Warrants Kefused by the Hanks. ing and wound around some pulleys FKAXkFOKT. Ky., March 20 State and horribly mangled. His head was warrants, which legislators and other thrown against a post and his skull state officials receive in lieu of money, crushed. He died in about two hours. are being subject to heavy discount by Kentucklans Pensioned. the banks of this city, and one bank WA.SHIXGTOX. March 21. Pensions has refused to cash them at all, as is re- were issued to Kentuckrans as follows: of other banks throughout the Original Frederick Stezel, LouisviUe. ported state. Increase Newton C. Avary, Seventy- Hradley Gets a Iloottt. six, Clinton. Oliginal widows, etc Looisvillk, Ky., March 20 A repub- Jane Long, Paducah McCracken; Mary lican jollification vvas held here Wed- F. Palmer, Monticello, Wayne. nesday night by leaders of the party, Hanged to a Tree by Whitecaps. at which Gov. Bradley was given a Hofkissville, Ky., March 31. John rousing send-of- f for president- - His ac- Winders, farmer, was found Friday tion at Frankfort, in summoning the morning Hanging to a tree and dead inmilitia, vvas warmly indorsed. Wild Cat Hollow, northwest of Tobacco llarn and Contents llurn. Whitecaps hanged him for Ky., March 20. The mistreating his family. Geougetowx, tobacco barn of Wm. Hogan, near Killed In F.Ievator. together with its contents, Fkankfobt, Ky., March 21 Richard tobacco, was destroyed pounds of Hodgson, a well kmown colored barber by fire. There was no insurance on ot this The barn, which cost pointedcity, who was but recently apthe tobacco. to take charge of the elevator 51,000. was partially insured. at the statehouse, was accidently killed Hank President Dies Suddenly. by the elevator Triday. Feeble-Mindey. n. the Lakeland asylum Gov. Bradley said Thursday that he would him and let him serve till the next legislature meets anyhow. Tie will Albert J. Pickens to the stewardd ship of the institute. Circuit Court at Plkevllle. Pikeville. Ky., March 31. The Pike circuit court is progressing slowly with only two convictions in felony cases. brothers, all superbly mounted, appeared in the amphitheater with their mother at the head of the procession. Thomas is the sixth of these brothers to die. Judge Milton D. Browo, late candidate for lieutenant governor, is one of the survivors. Republicans Ursolic. Frankfort, Ky., March 18. The council of the city of Frankfort, a solid republican body, met Tuesday night, with 11 of its 12 members present A Death of Thomas K. Hrown. Ky., March 18. Thomas F. Brown, until recently u marble dealer of this city, is dead of cancer, aged GS years. Mr. Brown was the ninth a family in 15 of children, twelve of whom were sons. At the Chris-tai- n county fair, in 1859, ten of the Hopkinsville, I with low grade tobaccos compare " Battle Ax" the best on I the market, and with will find you you H 1 Don't compare "Battle Ax" g get for 5 cents 1 "Battle Ax" as j .almost as much you do of other H high grade brands for JO cents. ilIIII!!IIIII!IIII!!IIII!!l!!!!llllllll!ilIIII3IIIIIIII!li,T g g usual, rich Nvv . rcupi in sejonable'saggestionfor China painthe-v clone, ' ex and em door to D. P A rtner $ ters, ' Jewelry Store, for 1P1, rc broiderers', and inciudeBOinecapital ideas 1S96. Possess ot g .e for the decotation of glove and handkeronce. chief boxes and blotting cases, either in J.E GREFMESF Needlework, Painting' or Pyrography. 26 The Bicycle for Sketching Tours, and a reproduction of Mr. Henry's picture at WeBklyOowier-JowB- iI the Water Color Exhibition, the first work of art in which the Bicycle figures Absolutely Fib! are particnlarlj- - appropriate just now. and lead np to an offer of a prize hy the editor Tor the best attachment for a bicj-c- le 1 salted to artists' requirements when on a sketching tour. There are valuable ..The Weeklj Courier-Journarticles on Pastel Painting, Hints and ... TheClim x .. . Notei for Art Students, Drawing in the Public Schools, and Teaching the Child Both one year for 51.50 to draw, and illustrated notices of A. ....THE REGULAR PRICE MR IHK MffB Mensel and D. Vierge. The section de"We have made a special cout voted to China Painting is well filled . and all who desire to make that greatest Democratic paper; this month, w money, in no matter what department of the Weekly enabled to furnish it cr. Art Work, will find "The Art Amateur" are " for one to . department devoted indispensable. The to the House Interior Decoration is full of The Climvx who will pav t 1.50, one vear in a,U of priceless suggestions and practical lar price, who wish to make their Weekly Courier Journal, pi hinu for these homes artistic "My Note Book" which LouisvtUe, Kv Henry Wjtt-- r I'T it always signed by the editor contains itor in addition to all much valuable material for collectors, publishes the best Storie. dealers and picture buyers gunerally, lany. lieft Youth's Departinen' and is unique in its independent, hoi.est everything. The repi'ar kiiLw and trustworthy informotion iud critic j price is SI a year. isin. ins insurance 01 vorus 01 aiis YcU Will Want continues to occupy attention, and alto DUpirtgths ?. is one of the strongest num gether this e Majwzine hers of this idritial Sample copies of The Weeklv (35 rents monthy, $4.00 per annum.) Montague Marks, 23 Union Square, New Journal Co., Louisville, Kv scriptions under tin-- , spe ml ' York. be sent thrnuuh The Clim LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARWEEKLY COrUIEU-Jh KET. A RS) LI TUN F C s, chip-carver- s 2. FOR ai x Courier-Journa- l, X.-Z- pkes , . v Papis Tn, v alway-we'com- Yar . oi . rUBMSHED BY GLOVER A DURKETT, LOUIS VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. BRIDGEFORD'S and Allen 138. suit of Robert B. Foard against the L and X. Railroad Co. for S2.1i.000 damages for a foot crushed a verdict in favor of the plaintiff was given for S9,000. Washington, Kentucky Fourth-OJas- s Hopkinsville, Ky., March 17. In the Foot. Postmasters. Following-fourth-clasFair-chil- d, Hen-drickso- March 17. postmasters were appointed Monday: P. M. Harelip, Edmonson county; W. T. Clementsville, Casey countj. Poolroom Proprietors .Indicted. Louisville, Ky., March 17. Three poolroom proprietors have been in- resolution was adopted indorsing the action of Gov. Bradley in calling out the militia, concurring in this belief that the action was a preventive of bloodshed, and repudiating Mayor Ira Julian, who is a democrat, for his participation in the indignation meeting of Tuesday. Going Home. Ky., March IS Tuesday night a number of senators and representatives left for their homes, and Wednesdaj- - will see an almost complete exodus. The capitol buildings are still in possession of the militia, who aro camred on the grounds. Thej- - will reduce the investment Wednesdaj1. etoed by Hradley. Frankfort Kj-.-, March 18. Gov. Bradlej- - Tuesdaj- - vetoed the bill giving u. Frankfort, dicted by the grand jury. Names withheld. An attempt is being made to close up the rooms. Kentucky Tobacco Man Missing. inat1. March 17. T. J. Febcck came to this city from Millersbnrg.JCy., on the 10th and sold his tobacco., lie hat. not been seen since. Oim Uan-soc- k. Brownsville, Ky., March members of the Fowler Comedy Co., 19.-Tho Actors In Hani Luck. clerical assistance to the attornej' general. Miss Pauline Hardin, a cousin of Gen. Wat Hardin and a daughter of Justice Hardin, was to be tho clerk if the bill had been approved. ex-Chi- ef "Hiot-Alar- engagement here, were arrested and charged with burglary by blowing-opethe safe in tho store of Reed &. James on last Saturday night. They were given a preliminary hearing and released, the evidence not being sufficient to hold them over. Troops Withdrawn From Frankfort. troops have been withdrawn. Adjt. (Jen. Collier and one policeman were the only ones in charge of capita square Wednesday morning. Senator Blackburn has gone to his home at Versailles. His Lexington admirers, gave a banquet in his honor Wednes-dnight. Horso Thiers Sentence. Lancaster, Ky., March 19. Ge,orge Stevens, a horse thief, was convicted here in the circuit court nd sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary. He stole a horse from his brother in this county several months ago. Last week he was arrested in Richmond, Ky., and brought back to this place for trial. To succeed Judge Grace. Frankfoet, Ky., March 19. Senator J. 1. Landes, of Christian county. wilL be appointed by Gov. Bradley as judge of the court of appeals, to the vacancy caused by the death of Judge John R. Grace. Senator Nell, of Adair county, will resign to become warden of tha Frankfort penitentiary. aj who have been playing a three-nights- " DEFAMING EACH OTHER. That la What Republican "Possibilities" Are Doing: Serious Charges Brought Ag ilnst McKlu- ley and Ills llnomers Democracy Will (iitlu by This Dlscnpfion. Fat-Frjl- n Frankfort, Kj-- ., March 19. All the ' outside the pehifentiarj-jiortals- . They think nothing- of defamation of character, and to buy delegates is a delightsome occupation. If the will of the sovereign people can be nulliii'd, the republican politicians are happj. They aie a lot of plutocratic absolutists, and the farther they can remove the throne of power from the creative popularwill the lietter thej feel, because the richer they will get. The democratic managers are wise and delibevate. They are making no unseemly scramble. Thej- are not buying delegates, nor trying to corrupt the states. With becoming dignity and decorum Chicago convention, leaving the selection of delegates to the people; so that when the convention meets it will be a representative body, and will reach popular conclusions. The platform will be honestly democratic, and the candidates will be men of the people. It is a pity for the general welfare, and for our national prosperity in everj- sense, that the robber baronsand millionaires ol the republican party cannot be as patriotic and honorable. But the republican party is. and has been for fully 20 years, a creature of greed and lu of power. The republican ide of the senate iscomposed of millionaire"?, of tools of corporations. The democratic side is compoad of poor mii. direct t;om the plain people. That august bod.v fitly represent? the . inference bctwween the conlending parties. Tiirmsi.:.. - I I i - Hop-kinsvill- e. Cen-tcrvil- 30.-0- ber rise in the Big Sandy river .s the best for years. Nearly all the timber from the headwaters will go out. At least 100,000 logs will be floated on tha present rise. Miner Killed by Falling Slate. Pikeville, Ky., March 21. The tim- Hest Timber Rise in Years. Middlesborouoh," Ky., March 21. John Capps. aged 18, a miner in the employ of the Fcrk Ridge Coal Co., was struck by falling slate while at work in the mines Friday morning and killed. Eloping Couple Married. Greexup, Ky., March 21. Frank Warsham and Miss. Letha Ratcliff, an doping couple from Jackson, O., were married here Friday at the Columbia hoteL Wealthy Distiller Dad. Frankfort, Ky., March 21. CoL Hiram Berry, 75, a wealthy distiller, lied here Thursday. He was worth 18.-A- .Kentucky Cadeta. Washington', March 2.T. The follow-incandidates from Kentu-k- y will le n admitted to est Point in June: I) D.xon. Ldward P Xones. g Va-rie- Died at the Aice of 79 Years. 20. A good, healthy wholesoineness will xoate even a homely face attractive. There are maiy reasons vvhv women should take" care" to be healthy. One very strong reason is that beauty and illness are very seldom found together. Illness and especially the kind peculiar to women makes the complexion bad, the eyes dull and sunken, the inannef hatless and the intellect dulL No woman in this condition can be attractive to her friends. Personal appearance counts for much, but comfort amounts to eveu more. What's the good of living if one annot enjoy anything? If headaches and backaches and dragging weariness and paw accompany even slight fatigue? If the syusm is constantly subjected to a debilitating drain, where is the energy to come from to make enjoj-men- t possible? Personal comfort and a consideration for the feelings of others are two of "the incentives to an effort to secure ' A. Trumbo, formerly of this county, died in Bath County, Ky. He was 78 1750,000. years old. uoTernor's aianslon (Jaarded. NO EXTRA SESSION. U of Frankfort, Ky., March Got. Hradley Says Emphatically That fin Tuesday a squad of armed militiamen Will 'ot Call the Legislature Together were guarding the executive mansion, Aualn. patroling the square on which it stands. Loltsville, Ky., March 19. When They were there Tuesday night. Gov. Bradley was asked Wednesday Received a Life bentence. night if he would call an extra session Lancasteb, Ky.j March IR Lae of the legislature, he said: Floyd (colored! "I have stated that I would not abrut life sentence inwas. Tuesday given a the penitentiary for 20 times. No, I will not. The democrats in the senate purposely avoided killing Jim Sloan, another Negro. Tho the passage of a revenue bill in order to killing occurred two years ago. All Sunt Up Shop. embarrass the republican administraLeximgtojj, Ky., March 18. For the tion. The house passed the biU promptly a considerable time before first time in many years thero vvas no police court session Tuesday. All the the session adjourned. "The statement that I failed to rec- officials went to Frankfort to see the ommend in the message that action fun, and forgot to appoint subs. should be taken to meet accrued Fears Pergonal Violence. indebtedness and provide for current 1'raskfobt, Ky., March 18. In spite expenses is untrue. The message of the governor's declaration that he shows for itself. There has been does not fear personal violence, five enough money of the state wasted uniformed guards are on patrol about already on the session of the legisla- the executive mansion. ture and I don't think the people should A Child Barnedjto Death. be afflicted any further. "Ii the interests of the state suffer a FLKMETOBBURa, Ky., March 18. A child of John Evans, living democratic senate is. responsible, and, having failed once to take any steps, it at Forman's, fell into 'an open fireplace would be quite unsafe to expect them while the parents were out and was burned to a crisp. to do any better in the future." Can the Governor Appoint? FitANKFonT, Ky., March 19. Some of the republicans think Gov. Hradley has VeksUlles, Ky., March Adam -- the power to appoint a bena'tor to the vacancy for the time elapsing between the expiration of Senator Blackburn's Christian Churches 'tp DIect- commission and the meeting of the legBK0WN8T0WK, Ind., March 18 The Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will islature. Gov. Bradley could not annual meeting of the Christian cure it. be seen Wednesday but district wfll Jr. Pierce has used the "Prescription" Speaker Blanford and morning, close churches of the Eleventh countj, Tuesbe held at Cortland, this, in his practice for thirty vears with un- to him said the governorotktrsno had such day and Wedndsday, April 7 and 8. broken success. A large book "iooo pages and vx illustrations written vt authority. There is general discussion, The Liniment Bxplcded. proposition as to hm entitled "Tue People's Medical however, of the eouUHje Ashtabula, 0., &arch is. Mrs; John elected will be rent ABSUlJJTrKEY" FRT& Whether a senator session and while a, majority of Baptist vvasf possibly tfafcallj" burnijd on receipt of 31 cents in orteent ftantU to pay postage and Wrapping oxfy. tits fcesafcenol both parties inclia to Monday night by RB.explM4e of liru- Address World's iWfcWUaYMEMCAt KMt ti oatrsiT opialofi it in t u. health. If the illness is in any way connected with the purely feminine organism (and the chances are ten to one that it is) Ad-nVr- " -rr district republicans will meet at April 14 to select two district delegates to the St. Louis convention. Nicli-olasvil- Will Meet April 14. Danville, Ky., March 18. E'?hth le i before the feet of the other felhim,stumble and skin his lace. That is what cvrtaiu republicans are doing with each other Matthew Stanlej- - Quay wants to lie president, and so does William During the past month Mark Ilanna. the chief manager of the boom, has been busil.v engaged ii soliciting money f rom the manufacturers of Pennsj-Uaniand other eastern states. The monej' was to be used in western states in order to get up n boom for McKinJey. "the fnrniLr's friend." As soon as Quay found this out, he sent for the Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Times, and gae him the facts. The newspaper man iinrnediatelj went to his office and .rote a story about "Frying Fat for MeKinlej-,and telegraphed it to hi. p:ier. It caused a sensation m the republican camp. All of the other Hoys With a Pistol. Versailles, Ky., March 10. Left at presidential candidates proceeded to home alone, William Harris, aged six. howl about the corruption of the boom; and the in:iii'ifai:turer and Harvey Smith, aged five, unearthed a pistol belonging to Harvey Smith's stopped their contributions. Tom Reed was sailing ulong.sniooth-l- y father. They fought over the possesand serenelj' with his sion of it, and the pistol went off, killing Harvey Smith. Both are colored. policy: but now the Millers association of the United States is tying glass Five Years for Burglary. before big Tom's feet, and tripping 19. The Ky., Augusta, March him up in a most malicious muniier. Bracken circuit court closed the criminal docket by giving Robert Smith and They suy that thej hate a bill on file William Lindsay, a sentence of five in the house of represeutatues, proyears for burglary. Lindsay and Smith viding for a reenactment of the Bhiine broke into Miss Tietz's store at Rock reciprocitv- - of 1890, wheiebv American , flour was made popular in Cuba and Springs several months since. j the Central American states. They The Council Indicted. Lancaster, Ky., March 19. The elaim that Tm Reed is opposed to the grand jury indicted the city council Blnine reciprocity, and has ordered bis here Wednesday for allowing a general committee on ways and means to supnuisance in the Negro annex, known as press the proposed- bill. This is a deadlj- moe on JSeed. and Battle Row, in which people often engage in fighting, general riots and is calculated to cause him to stun-litand hurt himself. Reciprocity is pop-breaches of the peace. ular in the republican partj-- ; not so ltlg Rise in the Kentacky River. much because of the merit of the propFrankfort, Ky., March 19. There was a big rise in the Kentucky river osition, as because it emanated from Wednesdaj-- . Six thousand logs an James (". Blaine, who was until his In.st hour are passing any given point. Rafts illness and death 'a popular idol of the from almost evey point np the river republicans throughout the entire oountr.v. have started for Frankfort-Deat- h Rut some grass has been tied before "Darning Car. in a the fect.of Senator Dai is, of Minnesota. Somerset, Ky., March 19. At Pine Knot, on the Cincinnati Southern rail- Somebody has been sending money for way, Tuesday night, a box car loaded political purposes into the Gopher with hay .burned It is reported that a statennd with the advent of the eold tramp named Joo Fee had been burned cash there appears to lime oe:n a growth of McKinley sentiment in that with the car. common; eolth; so that it hn almost Alleged Horse Thief Captured. Lancaster, Ky., March 19. Sheriff looked as though Minnesota qiighUgo T. B. Robinson arrived here with Elsey back on Davis, and send a Mehmlej Ausburn, the alleged horse thief, cap- delegation to the republican national tured several days ago at Kokomo, convention, Ind. Senator Allison, of IpwaV'has recent-- ; lj' discovered that, by hook or bj crook, Jackson and Waiting's New Quarters. there has been a McKinley factorv at Newport, Ky., March 10. After din 'iotk in ins si;iie, anu uiuiiui cnori ink." ner Wednesday Jackscn and, Walling been systematically made to under-were seen oy " him iiiKn. iiHiuug Nobody on bis ownable to purloin anv laughed and joked, and said he liked mine has been the fare over the river first rate, Jack- ot Gov. Morton's preserves, and- - New son looked bad, and said he wished he was back in Cincinnati No lights are York's candidate seems to beap)roachallowed the men at night, and they are ing the St. Louis convention with hH only allowed religious matter to read. customarj- serenity. Somebody is nfter Matt Quay, but Mrs. Lewis, of the. W. C T. U., called Leing done at the jail Wednesdaj- - and left a num- just vvhatiisforpshadovwd. cannot yet b.j I have been ber of tracts for the prisoners. Jailer accurately informed, however, that' a bureau of Bitzer passed the matter in to Jackson j defamation has been started, and that and Walling. verj- ?oon the newspapers are to be filled with stories affecUng the personal Kentucky Fensloncrs. Washington, March IS. Pensions integritj-- of the senator Pennsyl were issued to KentucUians a$ follows: vania. Renewal and increase; William BenIt will thus beeen that the republic-- I nett, Covington, Kenton county, In- an politicians and presidential crease: William Maudlin, Leitcaficld. ants are very busy, all of them ngoged ; Henry Howling in tearing each other down, and uoneol Green, Warren. .., !, i. Jaiuwjr(d Walton V!.. GetThdrl'aT. , i uere i notuinji -more merciless ilinr, ... , wr . t . .., i;.. iiarcu its. lacut. jiunucs. anu nonting rnore uneompro- IJov. Wortmncrton. Tuesdara misilii? than rrnublipnif maphinntinnR.1 i To purchase the prejiictenc-certificate asking the auditor to in 18'JC ,. ... .r...... warrants to senator Jatas ani Wel f would be- - uo ir vv v.....,,, !.... - in . .. . r, .. ton. Is. paymantof per diem to theto till it In 1S70. ,j.ue the cIo-t- ot the session and the auditor ers re"iiirlin-- r to do anvthinsr la iWain . ) "LJN"M, Wdonsr s ra-s- 't must be a pleasant occupation to tie s Washington. March 4 -- (Special.) low, and see Camellia Tree. One of the luigest camellia tree; in Europe is that at Pillnit. near Dresden, and form? one of the sights of the district. It was imported from Jap.m about 15(1 j'enr. ago. is about I" vards high, and has an annual nerage of 40,-W- Mc-Kinl-ej. blossom"?. THE MARKETS. rir.cy. 1.11;' winter pdtenU I'LOUB a Spring patent. sprin-- r t ooatsj. r Wheat famllr. Ji703(. extra 12.33" e. ZO. 13. Cincinnati, nlarch IL jaSaJJASO gpnnj : family, 5.& I S3 fancy. fW; ii 75V-.9I)- RANGE. Sales on our market this week just amounted to 3,939 hhds. with re ! SEE THEM ceipts for the same period 1,861 hlule. i Sales on our market since January 1st EXAMINE TMFM INTEIM OLLEU I ATE OKATOKICA L amounted to IS.SOS hhds. Sale tif the , ' Pi tfv. ASSOCIATION'. crop of 1895 on our market to this date (Correspondence of the Climax.) tunmiit to47,726 hhds. Lexington Ky., Marrh 10. We have had another week of liuht The Executive Committee of the Keu-ticiiiiil lar- sides consequently Oratorical Asso- ar The market for stork tat-t- . ciation met in Lexington, March 14th. b'lrluy t "bi'-chas heen more 'intimated Centre College. Georgetown College, and regular, with better prices for all Ken tuck j University Mate t ollege anil gra it's, even the oiniiini greenish sorts Central University were represented. have been a little stronger. The sweat-i!- i 'I he application of Keuturky Weleyan se.(Hiii is ppro;tching anil shipi ers College was considered but she was re- should lie ni'ire particular as regards fused admission. The contests will be order. held in Lexington. April 3rd. It will The follow it: quotations fairlv repreprobably be the best ever held in the sent our market for burlev tobacco lb95 btate. Messrs L. C Gobbert, C C. and crop: lJ. O Cecil, C. U were appointed to Trash (dark ordnnaged)S 75 to 1 50 draft the following resolutions to enforce Common coloiy trash 2 00 to 4 1)0 bjlter order at this contest than has char- Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 6 00 acterized previous contest?: Common Ihk not colon 2 00 to 4 00 SOLO M 4 50 tn 7 00 "In view of the fact that the conduct Common colrr lug of the college students at thelnter-CoI-leiiat- s Medium to ooi col luus 7 00 to 9 00 RICHMOND Oratorical contests has heretofore Common to medium leaf 5 00 to 8 00 been so boisterous and unmanly as to Medium to good leaf 8 00 to 15 00 become obnoxious to the audience and GikxI to fine leaf 15 00 to 18 00 HJBmBP detrimental to the welfare of the associa- Select wrappery leaf IS 00 to 22 00 FT 1 tion, we he above qu. ta mm are not applica the executive committee I! All II Kesohe 1st. That like offenses will ble to green or frosted crops. nut be tolerated in the coming contests. 2nd. That anj violation of this rule will render the college or colleges so liable to expulsion from the asso-- ci ition. 2 TO 14 YEARS OLD. I'.nl. That these resolutions be iveu to the pres Mid reai' bpfme each college Pure Old WhiskUs for Family and Merli cinal Uses, in 5 and 10 gallon and literary socielv tioldin-.- - meuiber-Packages, a specialty. " Go bip in this A fter the division 01 the seats the meet-- ;. ,. rijnur"t'd. The seats reserved for Silra Creek Liquor J's- fYntrsii I niversity are the same as last ve-iw i' 1. jue good box down stairs. For Wholesale Dealers, Jei-- . iiitther information see H. O. Cecil, com3ilver Creek, Ky. mitteeman. Seats on pale at B. L. druc tQre. A large crowd will probably go from Richmond to the contents. clohed Iiiler-t'ollefria- te o ' 'ECONOMIST 95 iW :: J en-guc- ed FINE OLD LIQUORS ...U. J. and See.,. Conpj, ...the TWo JoDes& r Mid-ilcltnn- 'ri ;42 lowjtrads. &.: Jo WASHINGTON H. 0. C city SiCO&iTU No. 2 northwestern. 8i.5oiJt2.tS3. AND HIS MOTHER. HEATER &9& " Mo-Kinl- ej' e - ! I : , I j I , - I -- , - as-r- -' been what may be called an of temperament arising jio, from their possessing strong and possibly similar It should be remembered vhiirat'tero. that Washington's training in the broad schools of politics and war threw him July. 65f c not only in contact with the sturdy, Corn Na 2mixed.cash.29Hc Oats No. 2 mixed May, 21 "Jc rough humanity of the frontier, but also Pittsburgh. Pa.. Mirch 2L Cattle Prime. 83.iJ.-iO- . good butchers', with the cultured men of all professions, while his mother's life was practically Sa8Ct.l0: rough fat, 83.00A75; calves, SioO 0.00. eonfined to asingle Virginia county Hogs Roughs to prime. S3.00t25. Skfcp Choice wethers. SlOuauo. tirlma To his mother, whose material condi- sheep. oioo; fair. S340l65; common, tions in midAlelife were, if auythini;, lambs slow, $3.50t5a . Buffalo. March 21. penor to those of her early years, it Steady: prices only fair. Cattle seetied no less than proper that the Col- Shekp-Cuand butchers steady, J".250 onyof Vn?n,a should settle a pension 3.00 lambs steady, best lambs Si 7047 fair xoecod mixed weights. $4.uot 8. lupoi her forhe. son's service, and it m at - M..-- ana sold ;iwd, AVMKbin.tni.V dr,.r Jfl f later it $4 S3H0. medium. KM; henvy. Jut); ; rougns 115033.-75- ; pic llUf-.2ostag. SIS J prexent such action being taken by the i ISO. , Baltimore. March 21. Virpnia Legislature. Nearly every letter Wii-cNo. 2 red. spot and March T.Ws; of tl e mother i a complaint of the hard May.Si69c July. 6Dc- - southern. 7 &76c tiiu(8aud thediflleultiesunder which she 'oilN Mixed spot, March and April. 3!o May. 3!K 4jc steamer mixed. 3 H5 exiers. the inference being doubtless cono2tC southern. 3iy233c veyed that Washington was neglect fnl OAS3 No 2 white, western. Min'o. Na 2 9 The deteruiined old iady, of Ler, mlxel, ;4Haa nr No. 2. ISo asked nearby 45JlSc west--e- then some eighty years of age, persisted in maintaining an estab Chicaoo. March 21. Calls on May wheat opened at 63p. soM at Jishnent, and in conducting a plan-tatig- n 63JN Ust price 63Xa Puts opened at 6.c, of which she was sole mistress, old between 61'Jo and last prica 6 c. am! which she could not herself manage. Calls on May corn opened at an o29.se the onlv price. Puts opened at S9i 93c, ths At the same time she considered that her only price. foil uas a banker, who could be drawn Indian. polls, Ind.. March 21. on U;anake good all deficiencies resulting Cattle- All sold at yesterday's prices. H(b Good to choice medium ant heavy. froirr thievish overseers, bad manage"Q.N34 .'S mUeJ and heavy, SlSoarO). good ment, and unfavorable crop conditions, lo tho? r ht 5100(3416. riie-j- e ' ei -- .so tuotable change In price drafts Washington Lad- - met for years, and even their Heartless Wretch. hem iierthe last money lie had in hand. "What makes you so unhappy. Advising his mother to lease her estate Mniwl and Ijve with one of her children he of"I proposed to HartY-Duan- e, and he fered her a home at Mount Vernon, but met" -Did be give any reason"-"- " as an honest man and filial son he stated ""Ves; he ban) it wasn't sudden clear) the situation and its alternatives. rmiigh "- - Detroit Fu-- e Press. In a lioose constantly filled with distinAK METMlDTvifiOROUS. guished visitors-Bh- e must either dress dailj-jfo- r dinner, or come in her ordinary costa'Jie iwhich it is well understood wad' s3 not s jilted for company), to the mortifi I Mi-cation of himself and his wife, or nhaL intistflive in her own rooms, which ltMY. ISDAY-incoir-pati-biht- y Us -- Cons Sales. Yellow car. 32Mc; mixed ear. track, 0c-- . No-- 2 jellow, track, 30c Cmts Sale: No. 2 mixed, track. 22c Hoes select outcnera. 3.8.V3.93 fair to Rood packers". 13 TO&3.S5. fair to jrood light, 3. "0S3 JW common and roughs. i3.Zc6Z3.6i. Cattle Fair to good shippers. Si 40 to choice butcters.J3.73? 4.00 fair to medium butchers. iU.'3.63. common. 5i'03.oa Sheep and Limbs Sheep Extras. iXTi; coed to choice, $3,003 - common to fair, 2.7S. Lambs Extras. 84.75 good to choice, I4 3465. common to fair, S3. 50 4.75, spring lamos. 23c per lb lower. Veal Cai ves Fair to good light, t5.005.C0; extra, d.50 common and large. J l00- 25. Wool Unwashed: Fine merino, per lb.. 8 9c quarter blood clothing. 133.1 ic. medium de- -I vire and clothing. 14315c coarse 1 He. medium combing, lie. "Washed lino merino. X to XX. per lb 13 4c medium clothing, Itc; dolulne, fleece. 1516c long combine, 1 il5c: quarter blood and low, 13 He. New York. Mirch 21. WniAT No. 2 red May, 67;,69 1 63c, July, r8, 16954c Co UN No. 2. 57 80: March. 37Ko Ovts No. 2 western. 2J29o Muy,24"Jc Toledo, O . Marcn 21 WHEAT Na 2 red. cash. 6Dc: May, 63fct d 6t-09 1 at T24C CHAROKS THAT HE WAS UNFILIAI. WILL BE REFUTED BV fiKXERAL GREELY. TO $50, 5S vS'' General A. W Greely.in considering "The Pertonal Side of Washington" in April jLadies' Home Journal, will hriiiji to bear interesting light upon him as bon, husband, neighbor, businessman, slave owner (as were nearly all "Sjrginia land owners in his day), and Christian. With respect to the charges that Washington was neither a dutiful norlovin--son- , Gen. Greely will say: " There seems, indeed, to have The greatest number of HEATING STOVEShave ever had and the greatest ariet we fanciest. Prices range from S3 np to 50. All shape and sizes. Many designs. Plainest to the We can satisfy you in every respect. 31 QGkelford 3 Gentry, Richmond, Kv JUST RECEIVED DIRECTLY FROM ' ' at -- i'& NEW YORK OUR bpring Stock of Laces and Embroideries. Open for Inspection Prices Lower than the lowest. COME AND SEE THE BAftGAIHS WE HAVE FOE YOU! Urgest stock to select ' from rnd lowest prices. Wfi, ARE DAILY RECEIVING OUR (m &&&X2i2J S7"-aA- Unii ffWI ffWl Graj-son- Claj-pool-, 11 raA-iKroM- r. .n-y.- , .... -- . WM?EFFER'SNERY!GDRDM! wonltlbc trvintrto her. Ther muiii-- l Bllirudhion !lmt slip slmnlil not visit hfm IbenMj . yonnmcrTreSurVron manhoW Oh tlje ' contrary, the" letterurged tliatslie ,.r.;,V..V..:vu';-'-llr- Awnitirouar-- SPRING GOODS. OXJ, b2 f " -- m M - sin-np- I y ll iu "'n Ottiosanlty and (,f'tK Tidimpose wyp tieiurnir.'.Bs flPX. r.:-.'.-;- , r " ...i'.cru.ai Falltnrr. iEhtiri-ioRs,i.ottiov-iv . ZtnlltW .i?zlJ! eonswas-rtlo- ": avortbfc-isa-uibstitui- e shoucl live with eotce of her children, antlt If she preferrwl it, at Mount Ver os ton -- '. Nflliois, STCXDE o"cr:E2, OIEP G&cds hosiery, Geits FnriishiH is Complete iflBF 7 nsc KSKVIUMt, rr jmSbwmS: timbolrrleLinTeiKiclJet. Prejwidsend - . jy i-- 'I i ii r- - J T v j-l- t - it. - jLri a.b r . tfraik. ci:rArrrrni . -- r, r juaumt a nrjcuaMi t Hi iwiwr$leQ Swal JMch-&i.'i lASHtoftiSKiiet PerlatLCui- . i 4 ;wr - r PSICS3 -- sisa-TUIJK BiMifl wat ;