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A gobbler perched on a walnut limb One chill Thanksgiving morning Awoke the brood In the daylight dim With gobbled notes of warning; He craned his neck and he gazed belcrw 1 NOYEMBEH 25, , hnn innnir PJUD WUiXI fcS CAREFULLY EXECUTED! 38) i i3 4 YOLTJME i?tt&5 rTVT-v-tfT-- L896. NTJMBEK 25. ASK ? yRt--rf. a. llir rcrnvof rcl N Will out V iJUft-Th fl JtA a r k. f ri " -- S. vi and Best Family Cheapest. Medicine In the World I CONSTIPATION", Jana-For DYSPEPSIA, I f Spirits. SOUIl STOMAUI. I retm-dis etc. He- r. not to --This unrivalled pailitle of .1 ontaii. n single s n any mineral Ktibstancc. but is situ ;: Purest 1 mercurial diseased patient, liow tlu-- re. covered lirallli, cliecr- tnl spirits una toed apiietnc.they will tell )(u iy laKiii; niu ! 'MON'S l.lVKk KtCU g g UAH1K con z y rg those Southern Roots ar.d Herbs !' wise Providence lias placed in n v. r. wltcrc Liver Disease most prevail Ii will cure oil Oisenses couseJ by Derange, meat of the Liver and ISoucls. are a t t . f I ')MS of Liver Complaint in the cr .4 taste in the mouth; Pain t 1 S -s .r J in'i, "ften mis'aien for Khcu- r - 3. 5our Stomach: Ixws of Appcti'c; I a' rnately cos'iveand lax; Headacbe: i V morv, with a jiinful sensation ot . 1 I j; ( "J lodo sometliin which o:igl-- t to - ' -lone; Dcbllitj-- ; Low Spirits, a lliick I ; w v 4"ince f the SUin anj lives, a dry -- n m taVen for Consumption. t rs many of these symHoms attend f-- r at others very few; but the I.1VCR sSj. t -- rraiiv tlie seat of the disease, and if not I I. sufTeiicg. wrc'.ciieJ-,'-i-e- r: PURELY VEGETABLE, But the dusky face of Ida, with its mournful eyes and patient mouth, was not easily forpotten. mr r i TirAry..x Her emaciated form lay immovabls upon the cot nnd a tiny bundle, wrapped in a coarse flannel blanket, lay beside ' her. When the blanket was pulled aside, the contents proved to be a small, ; Behold the garnered treasures of the field! study in mahogrtny. All promises of April are fuMUedr That it had been a study to Ida, one The earth exhausted with Its bounteous could sec by the lovingbut troubled yield. glance she gave it.. As some brown Samson suddenly At first she was reticent nnd shj-- , bnt Shorn of Its flowing locks all nerveless after a while the storv came out. Ida lies .es-T-i faces, scared, white despairing- faces of j'ouu"; Rirls, ashamed of the tiny bundles beside them. Mm. vrip;g-linp- - o'er-wllle- d. As I read the name, Miss Margaret Stanhope. Ida fumbled feebly for a stump of lead pencil under her pillow, and saidr "Jes put huh name, pointing- to the baby, down on do name kahd fob me. Call huh "Thanksgibin' Ida. " The visitor wrote it and handed back the card toIda, who held it far.t as sisc closed the mother's C3"e.s that had gazed longingly at the little bundle by her side, "uh studyin' an" uh studyin'," hoping and trusting till now she was ready to "Enter into His gates with Thanksgiving." -- A CAUSE J70R THANKFULNESS. Rastus and Polly Ann lived in the gully below the colonel's mansion, and and poultry crop the colonel's wood-pilwere temptations that frequently jiroved destructive of the morals of thatdark-hue- d e . N' fe, C Sffih&iPfe'PS&7T MSSKB - - couple. In nervous apprehension. Where a human being crouching low Attracted his attention. "Gouble-obbl- e! 'Obble-gobbl- e! Gobble-obble!" KikM'vk hy OL-nlty uaiauc!iuii Vc"rIoo.-S-- HAY While ih& I G0R MEAL OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE BYTHE PROCESS. The depredations of Rastus had brought upon his head many a threat, but the colonel had as yctconiincd to and Rastus continued to borrow the colonel's wood, and occasionally, a juicy chicken, in spito of the w-tt- bt, In the morning still, obhle-gobble!" hini-fcc- lf Cried he, loud and shrill. JENNY FAIUMAN SMITH. . A helpless subject to the lowering skies. From distant fields come lowing herds of ONE THANKSGIVING--- To lie at ease beside the bursting rick. Content to know, with reason wond'rous l'.ir.c $r&$Jb--- - III If fast or In grand thanksgiving to the God of " SHE DUN KIJM TP THANKSGIDIN' good. DAY." Impatient Ixvo, now weary tasks are done. Trips all as lightly to the homely tuno spoke in the softly modulated voice of It As fairies s;orting where the brooklets run Through rose-trenodding In the month her race, but sadder, more monotonous, troubled tones one seldom hears. of June. Hope long deferred a sweet fulfillment She smoothed the counterpane with iinds. her thin, black hand slowly as she said-"Yti- h As grains give answer to tho bending PROFESSIONAL C3LBMN. see (lis is how it is, lady. I'm tilt vines. hidin fnim him. Ebry wun dat kiiinz are blest, Not rural homes alone y in de wand I sez: 'You is Tho mother welcomes everywhere her MIS - M LDRED GOLDEN, liini," and I dun hides undah do bed-clochild. The worldling stands a sinner an shakes an shades." "Yes, ytih see, t belts ben trubblc. I a xi) ni.n.piii:n And is again to virtue reconciled. Thanksgiving for the spirit born of reckun ebry wun her. uh heap o trubTYPEWRITER. blc, an ef it. aint laike my heap, its trubThee. O man of God in blessed Galilee! I blc jes' de same, I reckun. KnXTUCKV. IIMONII, VI wiu jes nh young guhrl an' T seen From lowly valo.and lofty mountain peak him. He wii. dressed up naice, an he Still prayer and praise and glad thanks"'" adjoining A .R- - liHriuim's. l5?' giving rise; bad nh lnannuhly way yn' so we wuz The strong grow thoughtful of the poor 'mahrid. I ain't laike some o' dem and weak. The dove of peaco from cot to palace 'ponuli gnhrls yondah. fob I wuz suah flies. mabried. My cousin, Sylla l'earl, she While strange, sweet music wakened by dun reckuned it. wuz de wuhst wuk her wings Thrills every heart till every creature I evah dun. Mease. Sylla Pearl she nevah tills no notion to him. sings: Attornev-at-Ia"Well, at fubst it wuz Ida bcah an' TI10 Lnrtl In If I Irmplo Ida yondah, all pleasant an nice, but i ! Ncr cpaifs forglting. to Ilitn, IIMOXI), - - KKXTUCKY, Sing praUn to Hitu, pmUo nun day he says: 'I ain't, got no moh - ..ver Taylor; Hnnlware store, op-- i l'raie and Thanksgiving. money, Ida, an' I wants uh new pah uh t'.mrt Uoiifc, on Main street. "allusses an' ub bet tali hat an' coat. Go out an" git. 'em fob me. What ytih TI1ANKSGIBIN' IDA. lUKHi, good fob, ennyhow an' an' he hit me, but. I reckun be didn't, mean dat A TTORXEY AT LA W. "If none were sick and none were sad nohow. Mothnh she wuz so gentle an' What service could wo render? 1 I think If we were always glad. still kaind o' an' I nevah wuz strong. KKXTrCKY. U..M1, We scarcely could be tender." Jttit 'pears laike de Lnwd knows how Tda years ago, on ThanksJt N. 13 First St.. upstairs. ol-3- 0 givingwas 24 1S72, that dainty little dun did try I to help. day "So den dun wasbin's, an' I dun cards announced tothe many friends cookin'; fob, ef I do say it, I reckun LILLY, WT1. in society's world that unto Margaret no wun evah foun enny fault wid my A TTORXEY--A W, and Edward Stanhope a daughter had cookin'. IJut. 'pears laike be had to have so I Kentucky. been born. i'I'imi, Into the softly lighted, luxurious menny trinkets, an he tuk all de money room where the mother lay, Edward I could git an' den 'pears laike be got S. W. corner Main and Second Stanhope walked gently. He sat down worse an" worse ub drinkin an' gam-bliui htairs. Will pmctico in all beside the bed nnd held tenderly tbe an de.ole doctah I went to when I and adjoining: band of the wife and mother. ' uirts of Madii-ogot so drefful tired an' sick lie said if s ami Court of Appeals. .' important-lookin- g it wuzn't too late fob me he'd try an' The white-cappenurse, obeying his gesture, brought save me but I inns' leave him suah. Den J k D. M. OnENAULT, from its laee and downy nest the tiny, 1 didn't know whalt tub go. nob what carefully-guarde- d pink and white mor- tub do nex I reclamed what wuskum-mi- n' A TTORNEYS AT 1JLW, tub me." tal and laid ;t down between them with ft Kentucky. much careful patting-aniiMoxn, Here she stopped exhausted, and gave adjustment of i es to-ddis-a-waed ti; lngi.ly esteemed personsattest to r irrurs of b inmons Liver Kegula'or: v s Holt, Pres. tia. S V.". K. R. Co , Kv er K .rr. Perry, G ; Col E. K Spark. Ai- C o t.j A Mas'erson. Esq., Sheriff liiob Co, Stephens. i e tested itsH.virtues, ersonalIy. and I t jt fir l)vs(H?psia, lliliousness and - Headache tt is thebvM tncdk;ine the Wc tried forty otlierretne'Jics s rinionsT.iverKeulator, but none jrive npr.rarv but i..i. " ieli". el, relief;cured the Kcp:u- ' rlv but us" Ea .nil H '.tl MhnhNGER, Macon, (ja. ' t Atn L KCI ON'LV tY U H. ZCILIN & CO.. Philad-lphl- a. Pa. ' 1 i 4' in time. Rreat DEATH will ensue. i wait To cheer their stay within the farmyard gate. What though old Winter rouses In the north. Who fears him now that Plenty reigns supreme? The honest yeomen lead their children forth To mingle voices with tho pralseful stream. The prayerful rushes and the chanting wood. slow the clock of Nature tick. That shelter, food and drink In plenty fine. It was Thanksgiving day and the kitchen so full of delicious otloi.s that Mr. Heebec lingered tn it uflei breakfast, watching his wifv make pies. "01c Mis' M'ooker's goin to the she remarked. "So?" ejaculated Mr. Hecliee, a man pore-bouse en Irned consequences. I'owcver, the colonel decided once and fcr all to put a stop to the pilferingand to effect the reformation of Rastus he neatly loaded a stout hickory stick with gunpowder and placed it in the wood pile. MMie lesson conveyed by this innocent piece of wood was apt to be severe, but was calculated to be ex1 1 1 of few words. "Whjvyes, father; where you been for two days not to hear it? Goin' to the porebouse at Thanksgiving an' her with two married daughters!" Mr. Recbec puffed tit his pipe, making no reply. "Jane Rose said she'd take her ma if she'd Wear false teeth." "False teeth, bey?" "Yes. I'd like, to know how she'd even have cut her own teeth if her ma hadn't took care of her while she was doin' it;" she mode a dive nt the cat, "the. jKirc ole soleVmosI heart broke. Sary Loo won't have her ma because her gram mar's bad." Mr. lteebce took his pipe out of his mouth long enough to say: "Who taught her to talk. I wonder?" and immediately replaced it. unof-feusi- ve tremely salutary. On the eve of Thanksgiving day Rastus cautiously surveyed the rear of the colonel's domain, and finding it wrapped in peaceful solitude, gently abstracted small turkey from the poultry coop. The turkey had time to utter half a squawk as Rastus' fingers closed round its neck, but that was all. It never breathed again. Then Rastus loaded his arms with wood and hastened down tbe gully, the spoils in his nrms. MMie next morning the colonel counted Ills gobblers and surveyed his woodpile, nnd a grim smile twitched the corners of his usually impassive mouth'. "I Mow," said Polly Ann, as she put the turkey In the oven, "I Mow vye'uns ain't got oberly much to be t'ankful for, but I suttenly t'nnl: tie good Lord for providin (lis yere turk. Widoutyouhad done cotched him, Rastus, we'uns would 11 JsSNS mm 3P ' 1 10? IN NERVOUS APPREHENSION. Then down he flew with a mighty flop. His wattle redly flaming. And he gobbled on with scarce a stop Ills lordly rank proclaiming: But close at hand crept the human form. Each moment drawing nearer. And old Mr. Gobbler grew quite warm When he saw the creeper clearer. "Obble-gobble! obble-gobble!" fr Cried tho gobbler grand; "Gobble-obbl- e! gobble-obble!" Finest In the land. Swish ! went a sharp and gleaming knife Off went his head And the valiant bird gave up his lifo To man a martyr dying. In state on the farmer's board that day Reposed good Mr. Gobbler, And all who feasted on him did say There never was turkey nobler. e! obble-obble!" "Gobble-gobbl- Now no longer heard; "Obble-obble! gobble-gobble!" attch:tsys. Great Thanksgiving bird. FRANK IJ. WELCH. OUJt NATIONAL HOLIDAY. . - T-L- A I n. ' n d, r. on Second strest, over Clicn- -' Together the father and mother scious mahogany bundle. - s:roc'.ry. "So dat. kin' ole doctah he dun foun gazed fondly at the child; the mother with the expression that, only mother-lov- e cut de lady at de aid society wliatyub MKl'IIEND. PAKRISn, and reverent thankfulness can kum fnim, an she helped me tuh git give to a happy woman's face, while the in heah. 1 1'. A TTORNEY A T "Yes. I want wuk when I git out ob father's manly countenance (showed bcah; only pears laike I'm so tairid like 1 KKXTl'CKY. wonder and paternal love just dawnltoD, an' de Lawd he dun keeps cnlliu'souy ing. husband rose to leave the room, in inub heart. 'Kum, Ida Kum an V "tvtits, Caveats Trade, Marks, heAs the his wife tenderly, saying: res' Jes' laike my moth ah used tub kissed l t.i2iir. Etc say when she wuz libin. So I've laid I it as to patentability of invitation "We have great cause for thankfulness heah uh studyiu' an uh studyin' an' I I'lisMrpsiNJeil facilities. of Cliarpe. scz: Ef de Lawd sez 'kum. Ida, chile; ' IJefore applying for a terms. I. um an' res' den whahs my littlebnby 4(r- tt. write int. I goin tub git tuk eah o" an' den dc Lawd be reach down an' sent some wun fob Ida's little baby. So I reckun de Lnwd means I bettab gib it away." A W. A TTORXE Y--A "Give your baby away!" echoed the KcnlHcL-i'-. ,.,,., I voice by the ln'dside. "Yes. miss," said Ida, "Yuh see it's ub gulil chile an de livln' image o' him. ( K5 solicited. so I reckun ef she gits ub good raisin' up she'll grow up kind an tuh wuk an' help Mong." rHTSIGIANS. "Hut why not. keep your baby, Idn, till it is older, and maybe there will be R. GrBSON, II. a wav opened for you to earn a living AND LAID IT DOWN BETWEEN THEM. for liotli?" ' YMCIA X AND SURGEON, "Yes. I dun did try tuh t'ink de Lawd Kentucky. on this day, and always. What meant dat away but I dnssen't keep ! tui"M. more welcome and precious gift could it, fob ef I dun it, she wud git cunnin laike, an' SechitHtlitie;. 18 ru the Joe t'clinsoW tlr;starc and so 27- - have come to us than this? Cod grant den, crawl aroun', an'-b- e cute Lawd an Watte He rret, ytih see yuh see de that she may be the cause of thankfuldidn't ax Ida tub do secb hahd wuk a to many as the ycar gt on." ness ( HAS. HOOKER, And haniiv Marirarct gently pressed dat." Here Ida turned her troubled eyes bis baud as her eyes turned toward their I ETERIXARY SURGEON, daughter with love and thankful- away. baby firaduait Ontario VelertfKLrtj CoJhge. "Lut, Ida," said the voice by the ness. "who would want to take a little Twenty-fou- r years later this precious rairy Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty, little Thanksgiving bundle had unfolded helpless baby? How old is it?" c ip stairs over New Yerk Store, corner "She dun kum uh Thanksgibin day. 46- jaa irst streets. Richmond and become to the social world Miss Margaret Stanhope, a lovely and lova- Der wuz uh lady a young lady, an' she hnd uh kinc, smilin' face, laike she wuz ble, helpful member of society. JU. Bl . C. alius good an' happy, she kum in bcah Medicine and Surgery. The bell of the Maternity home de othuh day an she reckuns she'll iHife Collins Buildinir, MainStreet. raise her up, clanged sharply a week after Thanks- dun tak it. She 1 one at residence (the Cnrr place) or. giving day of 1S95. on' train huh to be huh little waitin"- ISrsHaway. A trim matron, in a blue seersucker maid, an' 6en huh tub school sum, an' Kextucky I. (IMOM?, --- --gown and neat, white apron, answered thet she will lib wid hub always. Dat's the bell. The isitor, showing her a de bes' I can do fob huh, 'pears like, an'DR. 0. A. KENNEDY, slip of newspaper and a card, asked to befoh she gits enny cute ways, an befob I gits too taired like to heah do sec Ida. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, The nurse glanced inquiringly nt the Lawd when He calls in muh heahrt: Kentucky. visitor and the card and then read th; 'Kum. chile, kum, an' res.' " lt tnioxi), Here Ida paused and lay smoothing slip that said: "Housewives who will i.Tice in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, nt inl.-- wnmen with infants for cenernl tbe counterpane feebly. iu:r Uffice hours 1 j to ani 4 to 5 o'clock. Then she" said: "I ben ub studyin' housework can be supplied by applying 'bout dem good wuds in de Bible my to tbe Children's Aid society." DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, The matron said there was a colored mothuh luhned me, 'bout Thanksgibin' an' 'pears laike Ida kin luhn 'em tuh Kentucky woman there named Ida, and that she .UiniMOND. ' ay tub de kine Lawd when she gits to could be seen. The maternity ward was clean and His gates: 'Entab into His gates, Telephone at office and residence. bare except for the long rows of iron ' wid Thanksgibin.' For de Lawd He bedsteads. In these beds lay women jes reached down an' smoothed out all w- - EYAXS, M. D., and girls. There were young slips of de tangles frum Ida's heap o' troubles G. nn' sent de lady fob huh before she got girls, young women, pnd middle-age- d faces here nnd there. Faces lined and any cute ways laike. I)e lady dun put ritYstciAX and Surgeon, seamed with trouble, poverty, hard huh name kahd undah my pillow. Heah it is." - - Kentucky. workand care. Sad faces, bad faces, bold i- its dainty draperies. another troubled glance at the uncon- T" V1- - THANKSGIVING IN THE WOODS. "Thnt's you, father." cried his wife, a' had an almighty slim T'anksgivin' admiringly, "you ain't much of a hand " 'Deed we would!" said Rastus. to talk, but when you do you soy some" 'Deed we would, honey." thing." The sole reply was a grunt. "She was over to th graveyard last "It am a mighty small turk. Rastus," week to sec her husband's grave; says continued Polly Ann, "but you an' me she can't ever hope to get over from the Is t'ankful fur small favors. Jist shove porebouse, bein' secb a poor walker." Mr. Bcebee's pipe was done, and he knocked the ashes out. "She ain't goin nohow," he said. "Matthew Beebee, you don't snj-!"Th church has labored with her ua'ters; they're goin' to hare her week about. Don't know it herself yet, though; Jane Rose don't want her till after Thnnksgivin she's goin' to surprise her "Well, if you wouldn't try the patience of a saint, lettin' me most spoil my Thnnksgivin' over it for nothin". There comes Mis' Roach, father; wotch the pies while I run out and tell her. Say, Mis' Roach, ole Mis' Tooker ain't goin' to th porehousc!" she cried, breathlessly. "I know she ain't " her face was very ." I KcK5cJ .. - GREEN CLAY T-L- Mb, xgJjL-B- " IIt. ... u " - o,-e- grave. "Who told you?" bed--sid- e, "The doctor; she Tiled an hour ago." "An she never knew she wasn't to go to the porehouse; never knew Jane Rose was comin' fer her "Not a word of it; last thing she said was: 'Is the porehouse wagon come - yit?'" JASPER, Mrs. Beebee sat down upon the steps, her apron over her head.and wept aloud. OPTIMISTIC.- f I I ' 1 sez-sho'- U "" I ... 1 j ; Clara Going to church Thanksgiv-mg- ? Richmond, Tilly No, I ain't got nothin to be thankful for. Clara Well, you ought to be thankful for that. Bay City Chat. Highest "DOES YOU THINK DAT WAS A TURK WHAT EXPLODE?" Farmer Oatcake (sternly) What do you mean by hanging 'round my tur-ke- jnnudder stick o wood in that stove, you lazy higgnh. roost nt this time of night? Rastus complied. For a moment thero Mosc Bress my soul! Am dat yo was silence. Then came a terrific burst Mr. Oatcake? I was guardin" de place, of sound nnd the stove was torn into s.ih; I was guardin" it! There's a good fragments. Two lids and apiece of pipe ninny thievin niggahs around about An oven flew through the window. Thanksgivin' time. Texas Sittings. door found egress through the side of Aa Seen by 111m. the shanty. A portion of the top of the The old gobbler looked dreamily away stove, and a "bilin kettle" smote Rastus over the back-yar-d fence. to the floor, and Polly Ann found herGets MoroThan His Share. "Yes" self on the bed with a stew pan on her "I only wish they'd confine Thanks(A shudder ran through his frame) head. The turkey was torn to shreds. giving to one day." "they are bringing out all our family Ann recovered first. Polly "Well, don't they?" skeletons these days." "You black fool niggnu!" she cried, "Not at my house. I'll have to eat 4V glance at the debris from the din"what for you steal dat turk? Don't cold, minced, deviled nnd crcquetted you know de debbil's in what's stole? turkey all next week!" Chicago Rec- ner table showed that this was only too tiue. N. Y. World. You might a' knowed dat turk 'ud ex- ord. plode!" Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving. "For de Lord's .sake, chile," said RasWhat though we burn wood by the cord All summer long tho barnyard heard tus, "does you tink dat was de turk what prophets croak? And The turkey's brag ar.d boast. Scon on the groaning festive board explode-?- " And now they're glad that bumptious bird Tho turkey, stuffed, will smoke. "Dat it was, shore as I'm a niggah," On all sides gets a roast! Then something to the poor we'll spare N. Y. World. said Polly Ann, solemnly. Who're always with us here "Well, den." said Rastus. rubbing his And we'll forget all grief and caro Tho Best of All. In sweet Thanksgiving cheer. head, "nil I got to say is we's got Herbert I like Thanksgiving dinner mighty good reason to be t'ankful. the best of nny in the year. What lie Had. Rase if I'd done took one ob de great Aunt Jane How is that"? Richards (discontentedly) ThanksTig turks. we'd a bin blowed clean into Herbert Because it is so good that I giving day, eh? I don't know what I've de kingdom!" never want the dessert first. Truth. got to be thankful for! ELLIS PAP.KER BUTLER, Wraggs Whj--, you've got a good November Sentiment. , Thanksgiving Menu. home, splendid prospects and a big inIn blessings shared with humble lots While somo will dine on turkey fine. The truest Joys we trace: come. thanks expressing. Their heartfelt Who gives tho freost charity a. tilichards (savagely) Yes, nnd Alas! a few --.ill have to do Gives thankM with fairest grace. With crow and chestnut dressing. N. Y. World. Kansas City Journal. N. S. Press. dys-peosi- There arc holidays and holidays. Christmas and New Years arc cosmopolitan are the property of no particular people, but yet are joyously observed by many. But Thanksgiving is purely an American holiday, original in conception nnd growing from a small beginning until it has readied the dignity of 0 national event. Its first celebration was by the Plymouth colony in 1021 those sturdy pioneers whose pietj-- was as pronounced as their pluck, who honored themselves by honoring their Deity. The custom soon became more general, spreading over all the New England states. After the revolution it gradually extended to the middle states and later to the west, growing more slowly in the south. In IS!!! the patriotic Lincoln forever estab lished it in the list of holidays by proclaiming a day of Thanksgiving, his action being promptly followed by the individual proclamations of the governors of the states, who named the same day. Since then, by common consent, the first announcement of the day is found in the president's proclamation, and the day so named is also named by the states. In many ways, says the American Agriculturist, Thanksgiving is one of our mostdelightful events. It eomesat a time when the rigors of winter are not yet at hand. We have at our disposal all the varied products of the soil, and the time for a season of partial rest for the farmer is at hand. One of its most delightful features, which has become quite general, is the gathering together under the old rooftree of all the scattered sons nnd daughters on this dnj Two, three and sometimes four generations thus meet .around the festive nnd hospitable table of the old homestead, and thus fraternal ties are strengthened and filial piety encouraged. Another nnd not less commendable feature of this holiday is a practical benevolence which has become very notable. Poor people, to whom a good dinner is a rarity, are hunted out. and in an unostentatious way are helped to properly observe the day, so far as its festive fentures are concerned. The sick and suffering are remembered in various ways. The homeless are, for the day, made members of some hospitable household, where they can join in it pleasures. Altogether, this is perhapi its best feature. There is no pleasure so lasting, none which affords such real joy, as that which comes to U3 from the knowledge that we have done n real kindness to some of the suffering children of earth in some way alleviated their sorrows or eased their pains. Last, but not least, the devotional spirit which is the impelling motive of the day, is encouraged nnd developed, we learn to be more contented with our lot, thankful for what we have and hopeful for the future. Evcr it is true that the great peoples are those who give open thanks to the Power they recognize for the good which comes to them. Something in the strong heart has made thanksgiving nn instinct of forceful civilization. It has been no since the time when Miriam, the prophetess, placed upon the timbrel while her handmaidens dancrd and the daring Israelites praised God because they had safely passed the sea. The old Greeks made to their gods, and the bearded Norsemen expressed their clamorous gratitude to Odin sthd Thor. To the with his religion of Christ, came the itime impulse, and it has clung tr him in each vast wilderness lie litis invaded Not only has he been a giver of thanks, but he has dignified and glorified the duty and made it a feature of his national life. It was almost n matter of course that there should suggest itself to the Puritans, rigid and as the most earnest of Cromwell's roundheads, the idea of a thanksgiving that should bo formal, but it was from the flux of a new nature's munificent influence upon their lives that, there came a mellowing to the character of the day's observance, that a certain hardness .and that the occasion became one of open joyousness. The little shrub of observance planted in 1G21 by the good Gov. Bradford litis grown into a mighty tree with flowers amid its fruit. It was good, all that happened about the time of the first Thanksgiving day. Tho Pilgrim fathers were in a particularly jubilant mood for them on that occasion. Years of scanty crops nnd threatening starvation had been followed by a bountiful harvest and there was an absolute, genially in the preliminaries to the famousdinner. It was to ben game dinner, a dinner lit for nny epicure who ever lived, and none so mean in all the colony but should be present. So were opened the hearts of those rugged worshipers that I hey were r.ot content with even this but summoned old Sachem Massasoit and all his swart retainers, and when the feast was spread red man and w bite sat down together and were brothers. Here was Christian spirit; here was an exhibition of that broad Immunity and care for the other man taught by Him who walked the strand of Galilee. Here was practical Christianity, and who shall say that from this hour, when such kindly hospitality was shown, when the good things God has bestowed'upnn men were eaten appreciatively and joyously, and when thanks were given more sonorously than in the past, there was not given birth to the germ of that broadness and joyousness, even in worship, which has become a trait, of the American character. So we have made, of Thanksgiving a day of gratitudeall untrammeled.aday the accompaniments of which are merry, as they should bo. The reunion of families and of friends, the feasting and the laughter, even the legend of the ennobled American bird, all combine to make of the day something genuine nntl religiously beautiful. There is tho strain of the timbrel. Never was a greater national holiday, never one more perfect in its spirit. It is ip itself one. of the things to lie thankful for to tho Power which has so blessed so vast a land. thank-offerinworld-dominatin- t t i it-- Sun mk Shines wm iTl km Do not wait until you are old to harvest good health and a 6 4 I have started a steam corn meal mill at Corner of Orange and Orchard streets, near the old' burnt mill, in Richmond. Custom grintl- ' ing done. Meal, Bran, Sliip-stuetc., 011 hand. tr , J.W. Ryrnei. L. & JN, serine to beein a cure if you have "sprini: feelings" now. If you feel languid, peevish and out of sorts use MJL sound constitution. Do not wait until next A RE. 1, 1SJX5. K. (J. DIVISION. t g Anglo-Saxo- n, ! Johnston's (QUART BOTTLES). It will purify your blood, stimulate your nerves, brace your constitution against colds, and keep your stomach in good order. You will go through the winter bounding with energy and will fail to have " spring feelings" in the spring. The harvest of health will stand you and your children in good stead. Johnston's Sarsapariila is sold everywhere in quart bottles and will purify every drop of blood in the body. $1 a bottle. Vm.IIAIrlS, DAVIS, BROOKS ft Detroit. Mich. it-ll- r AMMMMMMA b a. LV. M. Is Effect March to ISarsaparillai God-fearin- g Express for Cincinnati, Paris, Mavsville. AVin- ehester and Lexington 6.25 mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Maye-vill- e. Winch ester and P. M. 2.05 Lexington mail. Livingston, Ixindon, Jel- 1.10 lico, Pineville. Fast line for Livingston, 11.43 London.Jellico.Knoxville A. M Fast line for Cincinnati, inciiestirr. Paris. r m. Rowland. Lancaster and 1.25 Stanford. Rowland, Lancaster audi P. 51 7.40 Stanford, ARV 1.05 12.53 A. M. 3 ID P. M. 11.43 A. JI 10:10 P. M 7:10 fc disnp-jieare- d, CO. .tttt44 D. and T. Taylor. t44444 For sale by Z. B. Uverettes make the complexion bright and clear ace. R. N. I, jl & & B. R, R. Time Table No. 24, In Effect May 12, 1895. 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. -- AST BOUND j- j- Nr- - Nau Sot Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. P. M. Sun M Versailles NichoIavi!Ie Valley View Million Richmond- -. Union.... ,, . . Moberly Brassfield PanoU. ... Irvine ,. io n n 11 s l ;10 6 40 35 7 jja 8 11 7 A. M. 8 35 JO 12 A. ..,..,., ,, ... , 10 55 12 ., 45 n w 30 pin 12 50 1 George Thorpe, Second Street, between Main and rear of Dillingham building, of blacksinithing r. M. A. M No. 2. No. 4. No. 8. No.io WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Irvine Panola A. M. - - 13 Us 12 2O 12 12 S7 12 42 1 iU 8 30 i . . p.5 5ft 1 ' 2 w 3 20 ,,.ll... r. 1 M. 3o r. St. 4 4 Richmond, Ky. workmanlike manner. Ready to do all kinds Brassfield. Moberly promptly in the best Upion.. S-- 1 ,, 2 00 ts 3 4a 28 A. M. 7 Richmond Million Valley View N'ichol-svil- le FOR RENT! The WARE HOUSE & COAL YARD adjoining the L. it N. Station. Possession civen .Ian 1, '97. Applv to L. fl BL ANTON. 9 Chaixeellor. 24-2- Versailles 6 6 6 6 7 05 20 34 58 55 2 i7 3 35 2 3o 3 4S 4 4 il n 5 IJ 5 49 510 . 40 55 5 30 S J7 6 j3 3 35 A. K. j 00 - A. M. P. M. r. M. Trams between Louisville and VersaiHes daily. Trains between Cincinnati and NtcheiaSYiH daily. All trains connect with Southern Ratlway ts and front Louisville, and with the C. N.O. &T. P. to and from Cincinnati You can spend five hours in Louisville, about Six hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexington and return to Richmond at S:jop. m. THE GREATEST) l aOAItniNQ THK KOOST. SJLJLOB Ever known. Men's Suits $2.49, wortii OPI Everything in our store $10.00. store marked down to realize money. Boys' Suits cents, worth $2.00. Men's Shoes 90 cents, worth Sl.oO. Ladies Shoes 75 cents, worth $1.50. Children's Shoes 20 cents, worth COcts. Calico ami Cotton 3 cents a yard. G3 Overcoats from $1.00 up. Cloaks from $1.00 up. Don't buy until you see us. Will save you money sure. ,Llfi FE. is3E YORK novll-l- 8T0R Latest Styles Artistic Effects McKee Corner, Riclunond, Ky. y Featherbone Corsets and Waists. Correct Shapes Best Materials Reasonable Prices pK!!n TRADCNSMliill I Most Comfortable WKy C0, rV:-- Ai FEATHEEEOSE C0BSET Mich. SoleMIrs.. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Hedicitie and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond Offlre a d residence ofall in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Go't Report nc Third Street. IRiPJl lHft Mr fy: DS2TTAL SJHG2.Y. a . Staple &!ii Faacj km. DR. A. WILKES SSHTn, Richmond, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky 1 ... ito - Orrica Smith building. Main Street Office 4 I. M. j M.; limited to dentistry. J.C XOKGAK. Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts of town. Canned Goods. Salt by tbe Barrel. Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes. Green Groceries fiST'Come andseo me M. m, U szj-sss- sa ST L ABOLUTE-- rang bwder puke other-colleg- o can think ua. PEFFER'S of some simple thing to patent? KOYAL-TJUIS- V t. rnnr thv ma brine- vou wealth. Write JOHN WEDDERBUUN & CO, Patent Attor-. NnvrriscovEBT. jrr.vriiFAiLs. neys, Washington. D. 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HENRY WATTERS0N. - SI .25 IN ADVANCE, Mr. "Wattersou is now in Paris, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1898. France, and has been interviewed. It appears in the first columns of AsvxBTXsnra O hates. "Ja2 .- a " : : : H o " O o K 5" O SPACE. ? ;r 3 S. : : : r" 2 - c : : j 00 3 S 15 is. t Inch InchesInches- : : a-- : : 73 3 t : 7 oo I t fc w Note this language: "But the dem- y agogus is always around, and there 00 Jfl'ol 900 6 ooj 9 00 13 00 00 is never a chance to stir up strife beMCol S 00 i 00 17 73 00 rival communities but he 00 tween 22 30 IOOO IS finds work to his hand and particuAVReadine noticei 10 centf a line for first In. crtion, 3 cents a lint for each additional insertion larly to his mouth, it being with Obituaries. resolotionKof repett and similar mat him usually a hand to mouth affair. terat half rates. No specified position. If men would only stop to think ANNOUNCEMENT. CANDIDATES they would offer some check to this a Inchcm S 3 Inchet - IiraIioSit;42il;M ti n co J 35 jo 300 3 5o 400' 400 3 600 OO in Us issue of tho Courier-Journa- l, tho 19th inst. The Interview is an insult to morn than six millions of American citizens that voted the Democrat ticket in the last election. Under .the heading "The Sectional Spirit," his comment should bo an insult to every American con-sider- jo 5 oo 7 30 60012001900 15 lo oo oo 17 50 citizen. 00 aj 00 1800 270c 37 00 40 00 34 jo 50 00 4 or 60 OO 28 34 40 60 Eo xoo 7J FOB JUDGE MADISON COUXTY C0UKT. I hereby announce myself i candidate for Judfe of the Madison County Court, subject to the action of the democratic party. P. H. Sullivan. ron jailer. James C. Lackey is a candidate for Jailer of JIadison county, subject to the Democratic party. action A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, hiihject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P. 31. JJitOADDUh as candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the of-tli- e m action of the Democratic party. FOR SUIT. INSTRUCTION. Mrs. John Williamson is a candidate for Superintendent Public Instruction for Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SUI'ERINTRNDENT SCHOOL?. OK l'URLIO J. W. AVaoehs is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of .Maiuson county, suoject to tne action of the Democratic party. FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. S. II. Thori'E, jr., incuinlH'nt, is a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. pestiferous insect." If this is not an open declaration for the suppression of free speech in freo America we would like to seo some one analyze it to mean some other recommendation on the part of the "star-eye- d godess." Who, of of his countrymen, could have been induced to believe five years since, that Henry Watterson, the man who has been brought into prominence for advocating measures that secured for liim at tho time, the distinction for being a demagogue, would now advise all the Ainericnn people to stop and think and devise some measure to suppress free speech. 3Ir. Watterson speaks of environments in his interview. We fear that his association with Monarchy in a country where freedom is unknown, where men acknowledge a master and freedom of thought and speech is never indulged in, he has become contaminated with the spirit of oppression and suppression. Environment has worked a change, and he is not the Watterson he used to be. Since this change has come over him we have no further use for him here. The United States of America will be blessed should he never set foot on her soil again. Anarchism Is bad, but he who would destroy a free press, freo thought and free speech, is far more dangerous to our free institutions. FAIR PLAY. n coin. It b gallons arerp&y8bl afflntiativftly'declared that it is not in violation of the public faith nor in derogation of the rights of tho public creditors to pay them in standard silver dollars of the coinage of tho grains. United States containing412 All of this is affirmed by legislation now in lull force nnd effect. Then where comes the right to pay only in gold coin, where do we get tho existing gold standard. No man can find its source anywhere except in the dictation from Buzzards Bay in 1893. Mr. Cleveland took an oath to execute tho law and now has tho effrontery to recommend the passage of laws nfilrming and approving what he has done without warrant of law, for all of which ho should be impeached. These are the facts as they present themselves from the record, and his admissions now. What fools the majority made of themselves, will one day realize, and that they will be, when settlement day comes and they find to their sorrow they have virtually doubled every obligation owing either by the people or the Government. HON. W. B. SMITH ENDORSED ERNOR. FOR GOV- MilfTMTEl Ex-ercisi- hiv treatment Trorse" -- .v ccwkl Bot .nave beeur . THE DISMISSAL OK RYAN. I fP pr if. II. II. Colyer is a candidate for In the issue of the Kentucky Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action 01 tne Democratic Rogister of date Nov. 20, an article party. headed "A Protest" and s'gwd "Fair Play" appears to object to what he terms an erronrou statefor county assessor. James C. Miller is a candidate ment in one of the city prnrrs. for Assessor of Madison county, subWe conclude that it refers to ai. ject to the action of the Democratic article in this paper on the 18th inst. party. If it be that notice, of the Republican Jolification that it refers to; "Fair ATTORNEY. FOR CITY Play,' makes erroneous statements "We are authorized to announce himself. AW did not say that "C. U. Green Clay a candidate for ought not to have taken part in the of City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Jollification, as it was a Democratic Democratic party. Institution. "AVc stated that prior to We are authorized to announce J, this year we had always looked upon Taliiot Jackson as a candidate for this as a Democratic Institution. We City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., now think.that the entire communisubject to the action of the Demo- ty and the people of the state generalcratic party. ly so considered it Not that Democracy was one of its brandies taught, DISSOLUTION NOTICE. but as from Having disposed of my interest in Centre College which is generally the Climax, I desire to extend my understood to be controlled and managed by Republicans. It is thanks to the public for the liberal true as stated by "Fair Play" that patronage extended me during- my in the Bryan celebration at the connection with same, and ask a barbecue before the election the C. U. continuance of patronage to the suc- boys had a seperate wagon in the cess of the paper. Beginning with parade with tho emblem "C. U, is for free silver" and no one was surthis issue of the Climax, it will be prised from the fact they were owned and published by Judge J. C. where any one would have expected them to be. But when the occasion Chunault and A. D. Miller. arrived for rejoicing over the downRespectfully, fall of Democracy and the success of I). P. Armer. Republicanism, to seo the cannons There are 707 Kentiickians, in all, drawn out and the arsenal opened connected with the Treasury De- and the small arms brought forth for the gratification of Republicans partment. and for the hu futher Judoe Pryor has decided to prac- miliation of a vanquished Damoc-ractice law at Frankfortafter his present rent the air with forty-fiv- e large guns, and with rapid, constant term expires. fire and fire all together, with the Let Europe rest easy. The United small arms kept uu for an hour it States will solve the Turkey problem wits a surprise to many of our citin a short time. izens, and galling to them as we Said, and this fact wo can substantiPresident Cleveland has locked ate if neccessary. We took for himself up, and is writing his mes- granted that C. U. had someit consage to Congress. trol over the arms committed to it by the Government and that the The Louisville Post has gall arms would not have been carried enough to say llanna is keeping up away from the premises without tho the price of wheat. apnroval of the Institution. We are Xi. Dosley, of the informed that Capt. Wygant had Kditor John Paris Reporter, wants a slice of pie nothing whatever to do with the parade or firing of the guns, from about the size of the postofllce. the fact he had resigned his work The General Assembly of the here and had already been assigned Knight's of X.alor declared Friday, to duty elsewhere. We are for C. U. !. . CORRESPONDENCE. in Rochester, X. Y., for the freo coin- and wish it success, and have written the foregoing simply in justification age of silver. MEiMJiM,,Mn!iir"iEnEisaviiEmi of our error in our last issue, and we Perhaps General Grosvcnor's promise never again to intimate that EDENTON. multiplication table could tell some it is a Democratic Institution, unless Harvest is over, the sheaves are gathinteresting facts about those delayed there should again be such talk ered and the farmers are preparing for a Kentucky. return in Indiana and about it as was, when it was first merry Thanksgiving. Omaha located here. tin-ofllc- for sheriff. e contra-distinguish- y, -- The Jackson Hustler, one of the best papers published In Eastern Kentucky, now under the supervision of our former townsman, Mr. T. M. Morrow, pays a flowery tribute to one of Madison's favorite sons, Hon. W. B. Smith, in which he is indorsed The for Governor of Kentucky. Hustler says: "Hon. W. B. Smith. ofQRichmond, was in Jackson this week on business, and favored us with a pleasant visit Wednesday. Mr. Smith is well remembered by our people; his was the voice that first proclaimed the principles of pure Democracy in our town at the beginning of the great campaign which has just closed, arousing our people to a sense of their duty and resulting in a majority in Breathitt county for Democracy of which we may well feel proud. "Since the time Mr. Smith deliv ered his address here, his voice has been heard in almost every portion of the State, and it is no disparagement to others who have fought the good fight to say that he has done more for Democracy and free silver than any one man that can be named. The fiery eloquence of the arch- Brecken-ridgd traitor, the and the lava like words of the tenegade Cochran hsve paled into insignificance and fallen fiat upon the minds of those who heard the calm and dispassionate words of trutli which fell, like pearls "of purest ray serene," from the lips of the grand old man from Madison. "Of all our knights he was the flow cr." The hosts of corruption and oligarchism went down before his shining steel, phnlanx, after phlanx, iikc ripened grain teiore tne reapers scytne. His JJemocracy is as pure and undefiled as tho beautiful snow which rests on the eternal peaks of the Himalayas, far beyond the reach of mortal man. Of unimpeachable family and illustrious descent, a pro found student and a courtly gentle men of the old school, he is a man of whom his party anil his friends may well feel proud. He has served Demo cracy in positions of honor and trust, and proven that he is capable of any offlice, no matter how exalted, with dignity and honor to himself, and credit and renown to the people who advance him. The Husler desires to say here and now that W. B.Smith is our choice to lead the Democratic hosts to battle in the next Gubernatorial contest, whether it be next year or in 1899. No man in our grand old Commonwealth is more admirably equipped for tiie office of Governor. He is a man of indomnitnble will and great administrative and executive ability, and when next Democracy's banner is unfurled to the breezes of heaven, wo hope to see emblazoned on its shinning folds the magic name that leads to victory W. B. Smith of Madison county. With hfm for our leader, victory woujj-'"b- e assured. The mountain Democrats would rally to his support to a man and roll up a majority for him such as has never been before given to any candidate. Mr. Smith's personal popularity is shown by the magnificent race he made for elector for the when he ran several thousand votes ahead of his ticket, and tills, too, In the face of all the forces of bribery, corruption, fraud nnd coercion which were marshalled against him. The Hustler will have moro to say on the subject in the future issues. silver-tonguee, flil-ling State-at-larg- e, J "World-Heral- d. Bf-- BftT r '. .. - ir to be fought over again in the Court of Appeals in January. This time it is to decide whether or not banks itsThe Republican party declared in St. X.ouis platform that our exist-- , organized since the passage of the ing gold standard must be mainHewitt act may claim exemption from all taxation save the seventy-fiv-e tained. Not as many as fifty persons cents paid the State under the in Madison county ever heard of a gold standard or had the remotest law in question. idea that we had a gold standard. The South Chicago Calumet an- However, tho declaration was acnounces that the Illinois Steel Com- cepted as a fact and 3,100 persons in pany has pasted a notico of reduc- Madison county voted to maintain it. We have often said that if we had tion of wages paid its blast furnace-meranging from 10 to 25 per cent., a gold standard we did not know it, and that wo could have lost it and to take effect December 1. The new scales ranging from $2.40 never have missed it. Tho election per day for keepers dovrn to$1.85 for is over and a large majority has common laborer, and 85 cents for voted to maintain tho gold standard. sample boys. The men effected work Gover Cleveland has done and said 12 hours per day and number several more to convince tho people generhundred. Only two cut of eight ally that we have a gold standard blast furnaces at South Chicago than any other man. In Mr. Cleveland's letter to the works are now running. Now York Chamber of Commerce Awakened from his long snooze, recently lie admits that there is no Senator David R. Hill como from be- affirmative legislation creating a hind cover, and gives n flimsy ac- gold standard, and that there must count of his quictudu during the late be some nllinnative legislation if election. Ho saw, so ho says, that absolute safety to tho continuance the jDemocratic party was fore- and maintenance of the gold standdoomed to defeat on tho Chicago ard prevails. platform, so ho determined to This is an admission from the head silent and Inactive. Mr. Hill of tho Government that tho gold didn't, In 1894, when ho was nomi- standard come from a source, differ-- e fc from nated for Governor of New York in legislation. There Is afT the face of certain defeat, retire to fi nrt s li'g'sJnt'm in regard to our, some secluded place on account of fi ywecs. .Every man of qrdinary tlio preordination of defeat. He Is a intelligence, that has ever looked great qper1 that runs away ibefore Into a dictionary t&e esomy lt&e&, but it,' not likely n, ro-ma- ln kriow-fheieftRi- The question of bank taxation is WHAT FOOLS. The entire community was startled by a bit of Romance which occurred last week, v.hen one of our neichbors dis covered that his wife had "skipped with forgiv-ingnes- s. a handsomer man," but the heart that had wandered returned asking The celebration of Arbor Day was an occasion of great interest at District No. 1, the pupils with their teacher rambled over river cliffs in search of decidous and ever-gree- n trees which, in years to come, we hope, may be a ' shelter in a time of storm." Master Albert Humes and sister who have been very ill with typhoid fever are improving under the skillful ment of Dr. Priee. treat- PANOLA Mr. and Mrs. M. Hacker, Irvine, made a visit to old fi iends here Saturday and Suudaj . Our sunny "Ham" visited'friends and relatives at Irviue Saturday night and Sunday Rev. Parsons had a good hearing Sunday, Ho will change his residence at Drip Rock to one near Berea soon. Wickliffo Harris is an applicant for e here under McKiuley. He tho had bought a lot on which to 'build. Wick says this election has relieved him of that smothering spell that he had on the night of the jollification here in tho ! fall of '92 T.A. Shalton has moved to Panola, to be handy to ie work; at Sharp's' store. post-offic- Anaomc H awfiMweatr iwiwfB 4btk Among the employe dismissed from the service without warning or notice, XetHcteal ralne In a bottle of Hood's Sfirsa parlUa than la any other preparation. from the Treasury Department on the ni Siramarily Punished for 4th of November was Williaai E Ryan ot Mere skill is required, more care taken, more expense Incurred in IU manoiicture Free Speech. the miscellaneous, division, Secretary's It costs tho proprietor and the dealer office. Mr. Ryan was appointed to a More hut It costs the consumer Ins, as he gets more doses lor his monej. $900 clerkship, through civil services, in e FLEMING- - tbe Register's office. Treasury REMOVED CARLISLE More curattre power Is secured by Its peul!ar combination, proportion and process, twelve years ago and through which make it peculiar to Itse'f. his ability and efficiency was promoted More people are employed and mores; ace ocOne of the Silver Democrat Discharged to a third class clerkship prior to the cupied In its Laboratory than an) other. cures effected and more tesFrom the Trrasnry Department advent of this administration. At the More wonderful received than by any oUier. timonials Protests Against the Action of this administration Mr. More sales and more increase ear ly year beginning aro rcDortea bv drutrcisL. of the Secretary. Ryan was an applicant for the position of More people ar taking hoots sampan 11a ay than any other. and more TreasRegister of the Assistant taking today than crcr bclorc. -ury Department, and it is said lo have More nnd still moke reasons miiOit given why you should take Judge W. B. Flsming, the Kentucky worked day and night for three weeks to Democrat, who, having been granted effect the appointment of the present leave of absence from his position in the Begitterof the Treasury Department, Treasury Department, made speeches J. Font Tillman. Owing to Mr. Ryan's during the campaign for Bryan and Sew-al- l, ability, Sectretary Carlisle detailed him and was summarily removed the day to assist in the settlement of the $12,000, after the election, has written the fol- 000 of "sugar bounty claims" under the lowing letter to Secretary Carlisle: McKinley tariff bill, and s.j well did Mr. The One True Blood I'urifler. $1 per bottle. Washington, D. C , Nov. 7. Ryan perform the duty that the Hon. cure alt Liver lis and , Secretary of R. B. Bowler commended hiin in a letter llOOaS PillS BIek Headache. 2i cents. "Hon. John G. the Treasury, City: to the Secretary of the Treasury. "Sir: Our government guarantees to all Mr. Ryan was then requested to apsist if they are contrary to the doctr.ne of its citizens the privilege of free speech, in settling the "army engineers' ac- the Christian churcli." Do you tell me so that ever' American has the natural counts'' then placed in the Indian divi- that the law does not punish the here right to express in a proper way his po- sion of the Fifth Auditor adjusting tic? Perhaps so; but can a freethiuker litical opinions. In accepting office the Indian agents' accounts, and finally be elected to a political office? Io not citizen forfeits neither his civil nor his transferred to the Secretary's own office man' freethinkers have to conceal their religious liberty. The civil service law August 1, 1890. real opinions in order to be able to earn was intended not to destroy these rights, people Mr. Ryan for years has been a bimetal-lis- t a living? Do the church-goin- g but to protect tliem. so tuat tne minor and a believer in free coinage. On not prefer a hypocritical "Christ inn" to official should at least be as secure in de October 10, 1S9G, Mr. Ryan, after receiv- an honest Ask Cardinal Gibfending the creed and nominees of his ing the nomination for Congress in the bons, Dr. Talmage and other great lights party .is would be a Cabinet olficer in Thirty-firs- t district of New York by 139 of the Christian church, and they will exercising the same inalienable rights. votes against 21 for Howard W. Sneck, tell you the meaning of religious, free"No objection on our part to my ac- made application through his chief of dom. tivity in the campaign which has just division for "leave of absence without According to these reverned gentleclosed was ever made known to me pay" until Nov. 5. 1890. men, religious freedom means tho freeOn the con pending the campaign. dom to be a Christian and no mo-- e. As RAX AHEAD 6F UK TICKET- trary, I was informed that yon held to to our political and economic freedom, In the district Mr, Ryan stood for Con- where are they? Do the people have the view that you could not consistently remove any man from office for exercis gress on the Democratic ticket con- any rights rhich the politicians are ing the same rights which you yourself sisting of the city of Rochester and 19 bound to respect? Do the majority of were exercising. My removal from of- towns in Monroe county. There were our law makers care a straw for justice fice, the first intimation of which was seven candidates in the field. right and freedom? Is not our whole The total vote cast for Congressman political machinery an endless figat for obtained from the newspapers while on the train on my return to W; hington was 44.461, of which Mr. Ryan received the spoils of office? Are your Hamsons from my home, was therefore a complete 17,0S3, while the vote cast for the Bryan and Clcvelands et al much better than surprise to me. No one knows better and Sewall electors was 10,198, and the the depotic European Monarchs"' Are than yourself the long friendship I lisd vote cast for Hon. Henry C. Brewster not your Rockfellers, Goulds, Vander-built- s s manifested for you, the interest I had bjing 2.3.451. and other plutocrats a prod acts of Mr. Ryan is not only popular at his your lawa which enable the few to fattaken, and the sacrifices of time and money made oy me in promoting your horns, Rochester, N. Y, but also in ten themselves at the expense of the ambitions. In view of all the facts, it Washington, ann mucn regret 13 ex manv. HI MM III ! II 111 M 1WI mM seems to me that I was at lea't entitled pressed on all sides at his dismissal. He in "We have no censorship of - . I t I" " " IT.TT1T 1L1' f L"L1 ir."J i f -. -to some warning and notice before be is a poor man, with a wife and four this country," says the champions ol i m p Un m-itnrt mn nn r"i iua rru i m tj ri p- i- e nu LTi ru m. T. rL. .t r IrvirtLiteJ EJfcsS rtUta rcB3 ing kicked ont of office, without even children, and has nmrked a splendid our institution," "our great republic IHra abilities along certain lines. the opportunity of declining to resign. does not muzzle its editors." Can this , Mr. Ryan lias under consideration the claim be supported by facts? v "Ilrtl I known or suspected that rov , P flv It Li true TtiiS . contesting of Mr. Brewster's seat ow- our papers have more freedom than the could not hold office under this admin istration and at the same time exercised ing to the use for the first time in the Russian papers have. We have the the rights of an American freeman, I city of Rochester, N. Y., of the Meyers freedom to abuse Grover Cleveland, ballot machine, which failed to record while the Russion papers cannot abuse would have promptly tendered my n rota ot this cam over 150 Democratic votes in the First Nicholas II, but do we not have a cen ignation at tne opening People will have to have Furniture For our Business is all rig-liprecinct of the Fifteenth ward, while the. sor in the person of Anthony Conistock, paign. and be furnished .1 burial, and as the election is over and the "Inasmuch as other appointees of the machine broke down in many other whose business it is to watch the "puri holidays are close at hand besure and present administration, including main wards and was continually fixed and ty" of the press? Does the freedom of in your own department, have been per tampered with during the day of the press mean the freedom to publish only mitted to take an active part against Mr. election. that which pleases our immaculate. Com- Bryan in the campaign, not only on the stockians and their minions? I should stump, but in the work of organization, THE ATTACKS ON BLACKBURN. think not. Why Ehoald we then without rebuke or removal, it is evident ourselves? Why should W3 pratWhat is the secret of the Courier-Jou- r that the cause of my offending lies not tle about freedom when, in fact, we are But be prepared for winter and if you are not, it will not be our iu my actions, but in my convictions. It nal's continuous assaults upon Black our slaves? Do the American people love fault, for we are anxious to do our part. follows, therefore, that you have usel burn? Is it the result of a person quarrel their chains? Is freedom a word with expect your great office to suppress freedom of or does the Courier-Journout meaning? Will men ever become thought and action, and to punish those to continue to work for Republican su- sensible enough to throw off the joke of who dare to differ from you a thiug in premacy in this state? If there is bad slavery or will they always be proud of supportable iu tree government by ter feeling between either the owner or ed- obeying the politician and the "boss," and Senator and will they always kiss rorizing over the weak and humble. For itors of the Courier-JournII costs nothing and helps you wonderfully. the hand that frJS such abuse of public ofllce, which is a Blackburn, they ought to retire to some smites them? public trust, you cannot tint be held ac- quiet place and fight it out where the Orr Dee See. The first thing: necessarv is to have something to enthuse over, for countable at the bar of public opinion as public will be saved ot the annoyance of Whites Station, Ky. l : nstance, our line ofSP""" SfrHJ J 1 V the quarrel. If, on the other hand, the well as by the verdict of history. i J. JL is simply assailing For the Climax. 'In conclusion I can only say that, Courier-Journ-- j v, -irtuta . Bedroom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, SeparFLORIDA NOTES. humble as I am, I would rather be a dis- Blackburn becauEe he is the leader of . ale Beds, Dressers, Chiffoniers, Dressing forces and because it charged employe of the Treasury De the free-silvTho political excitement being abated, wants to strengthen the Republican par Everv- Tables, Chairs, Dinners, Rockers. partmentdischarged for doing my duty I will venture to again call attention to as I see it for my people than to be ty in tlfiRState, it should come out frank L thing wanted in the furniture line. Uncle Sam's "ear of corn," as a writer Secretary of the Treasury with a record ly and admit its purpose. Joe Blackburn has a larger personal once called our peninsula, on account of of such as you have First. We know there L: made for yourself, staring me in the face, following than another public man in Its shape. are none made, Let me say our weather is delightful JJns much of a protest I deem it Kentucky. His friends are devoted to batter and cheaner. proper to make against vour treacherous him because he has the qualities of head just now. We are having new beans and and heart that go to make up the typical other garden "sass'"and folks are setting and tyrannous action. Kentuckian. He has the courage to tle-f- y out strawberries and cabbages. Very truly yours, The best of sport for old and young is a press that has for years tried to conW.B. Fleming. trol the politics of this State. He has our syrup and sugar boiling. The boys TIlEIIl PERSONAL RELVTIONS. aud girls assemble en masse at sunset or f the honesty to stand up for a party prin Judge Fleming ghessome interesting cipal which lie believes to be right, and a little after, drink juice, chew cane, eat fects regarding his connections with which he refuses to repudiate at the sugar anu syrnp ana keep up an uproar Second. Our customers are finding it out, too. That's why Carlisle, of whom he has been a bidding of those who have deserted the such as only young people can, till 9 or they grow enthusiastic. warm friend and admirer for jears, standard of Democracy and enlisted un- 10 o'clock. Third. The consumers are the most enthusiastic Judge Fleming received the first intima der the Republican banner. cane outers much lrom sorghum it is n tion of his removal from the newspa .now in the late fall Outside of Louisville, Joe Blackburn planted pers, and says he would not have be- has the support of the people, and if by till January, and begins to come up in r"- lieved it except for the fact that he had any trick or fraud ho is cheated out of early spring. They can buy expensive looking, well unade, handsome, comfortable ami beeu under orders to proceed to Savan the Senatorship this time, he will here-turne- d It has no seed. On each joint is an stylish fnrniture at such wonderfully low prices. nah on business of the Treasury De eye winch semis out one or more in Lindsay's place. The misrepGive ur a call and be convinced. partment, and he had received a tele resentations of the Courier-Journmay shoots. It grows slowly till the rainy gram canceling the order. delight the Republicans and the gold season in June begins. The wor in a "I have been assassinated in the standard Democrats who flock with them, cane patch is not pleasant, as the "blades house of my friend," declared Jndge but the real Democrats of Kentucky be- are rough. Fleming. "Nature has given the most lieve in Jo Blackburn, and stand ready JE As it ripens these blades fall off. It FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKERS. venomous reptile a rattle, and ordained to resent the insults that a vicious press .begins to ripen at the ground; th-- tops m that it shall give warning before itstrikes; is attempting to heap upon him. Louis-vil'- e never all get ripe. If left alone no one iniJE I "h. BTBrlSjp-H?ti- j srrtiJsrrtiJSfrsrrtiJsnilll he dog growls before it bites, but I ij knows how long it would grow. But the Critic. iJar-yjBr-tc. MflTaB.TaBTtil8rraBr7HlBr have been 6truck a blow in tire dark, and cool weather checks its growth and it without a sound of warning." There is more catarrh iu this section sweetens. The tops are saved for seed According to Judge Fleming's state of the country than all other diseases The fodder is not saved, for nDthiug s ment, he lias worked tirelessly to ad put together, and until the last will eat it unless starved into it. palBraJEaralfil jL vance tiie political aspirations of Mr. CarOur folks use kettles or caldrcns for supposed to be incurable. was lisle for years. He organized the Wat For a great many years doctors pro- boiling. Three to four hours is required terson Club in Kentucky, and declares nounced it a local disease, and prescrib- to make a "round" of syrup, a little that he now lias in possession a ed local remedies, and by constantly fail- longer for sugar. letter from Carlisle, addressed to him ing to cure with local treatment, pro3If you want to get sweet and keep about the time of the Kentucky state nounced it incurable Scienco has weep, come to a sugar boiling. It is all convention in 1892, asking him to use proven catarrh to be a constitutional di- free. And you may chew the cane at liis influence to see that the delegates sease, aud therefore requires constituti- your ease. to the national convention went com onal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, Oranges are ripening. We will have milted to Mr. Carlisle's candidacy for the manufactured by J. E. Cheney fc Co , quite a lot this year. It gives a natural presidential nomination. When Mr, Toledo, Ohio, is tho constitutioual cure look to old Florida to see a grove all Carlisle was tendered tho treasury port on the market It is taken internally hung with golden globes, shining tempt folio he gave? ndge Fleming the position in doses from ten drops to a teaspoonful. ingly against the dark, evergreen leaves, ---A- -Tfrom which he has just been dismissed, It acts directly on the blood and raucous But, sorry to say, orange trees have without solicitation on the part of Judge surfaces of the system They offer one thorns, so "every orange has it thorn," m Fleming or anybody else. hundred dollars for any case it fails to and often many more. ) A Cracker. cure. Send for circulars and testimoniblackborn. he als. Address, Judgo Fleming is a warm friend of Virgil Richardson, of Oregon, died S. F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. tr- Hon. Joe Blackburn as well, and when Thursday from blood poisonirg and 22-2- 5 SSTSold by druggists, 75c m the Kentucky Senalorship fight came up -fever. Ten years ago he was accidentally the question as to what course Judge shot in the foot. Tho wound recently Rl Fleming would take on the currency For the Clim ax.J uiukc uuk nin-m-i, uiuou poisoning Oe- FREEDOM! question arose. Judge Fleming says he veloped and he died. mm) first asked whether Mr. Carlisle was a se'-BS,!p5- L cL In this "great and glorious country pf Senate, and upon be st Ns-eess- i candidate for the Awarded ing informed in the negative, declared ours" we hear a great deal about freeFbl Highest Honors World's Fair, IBfg his intentions of supporting Mr. Black- dom. AVhere is tLe patriotic Ameriburn Not long after that, he says, can citizen who does not boast of onr thinking it barely possible that his free institutions, of the freedom of press course might have displeased Mr. Car and speech, of tho freedom to worship lisle, lie placed his resignation iu the God according to the dictates of our conhands of a mutual friend, who present- science? Are we not told by our "great" ed it to Mr. Carlisle, and the latter de- - Fourth of July oratore what a grand thing it is to be art, American citizeu? clinei to accept it "He knew that he could have my res Are we not told that the stars aud ittripes m ignation any time he wanted it,'Baid are an emblem of freedom? Are we not mi Judge. "I-- hadit from a close friend worshipers of the famous Declaration of the of Mr. Carlisle's that he had told the Independence which states that life, President at Gray Gables that he could liberty and persnit of happiness are the r k not remove a man for exercising the inafimable right of every man? Why same right otspeech that he claimed for should we not bo happy and b!e?s the himself, and that to long as a speaker great blessings they bestowed upon us? refrained from abutiing the administra But, ray dear patriotic brothers, do we . MOST PERFECT MADI- -. aK3BSEi32.i33 tion he Has safe. In all my speeches, I really have .much freedom? ,rls it A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powdr. Frw never once criticised, the administration. not a fact that in Epite of your d'Jclara-tiou- s from Ammonia, Alum or any other adtilterant, mm and declamations, we are religious, applied for my leaVe of absence, and it 40 YEARS THE STAIffiAIUX was granted. They knew for what pur- political and economic staves? Ijcher-fnll- y admit that wo, have the riitht to pose. Surely, after my relations, with Iklr. RANTED xhn Carlisle, "iU"wouIdrhave, been little worship Gqd but do we have,tli free " men to travelTor reepoaei enough for ium to akvegnten mewaru- - dom not to worship?- - IsitnotaWttbat laonsneuiKHisem Jientuokr. .Ei; 11 r- - ' su nu expenses. roetttan . a tuiectyTwrMjr, Mjotjrfit, tfo paRaHj' iwH Be aot Iaa fna.4kt.i a oar .. . r 't nant. Keerne8. BbcUm '"So-ttwttahaye-riad- e would f dUftrenee fflwewy'to ureesoa Depart-ment.som- More i 1 .LimmmmLm--- I KB II 1 II II UMllW if EranEinnnn AUCTION .AT H. J. STJEtENG'S BEGUN. Hoods Sarsapariliai vv tsuiiDbUuy? Goods- iiuyuiirutji $ At 10 o'clock, a. m., to sell his entire stock of Clothln g, Notions! Cai-lisle- Furnishing Goods, Cloaks, fc, At auction daily until every article is sold. Now is your chance to secure BARGAINS. Don't F ai! to Aitenc! The Auction Everybody indebted to us will call at once and settle their accounts. This is the last notice. H. -- 1IMII M ! crz III I B ss raa rta 1 1 1 1 1 2 mwm m pj i 1MB m s i if li'jy' D t. ,srr: mmmf$kmJ 'B& m S. - ve mm PQFIT-GE- T al IIP Iji Bm sp al ENTHUSIASM? y al il UrMT xx1 .( -- GET IT-- - THAT'S WHY IE ARE ENTHUSIASTIC! Sec-reta- rv pa BECAUSE al 1 Bualianan ()I3iSrstaFf fijilfrljlplllpjiaf r? : j 1 few-year- sWMmmMmWmmmmmis0mmm AUCTIO iv HENRY KI IN WILL BEGIN 'V'l''t'V'V I SON, iBtraaffasn -- surr-ORTEi- m Mm CREAM At 10 a. m.,.tc sell the entire stock of Clothing, Dry rK gig Goods, Hats and Caps, Notions. Ladies' Wraps, Mil. linery, Men's Eurnishings, Boots and Shoes, Blankets and comforts, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Trunks, Satchels and Telescopes. irMiimiiikAw iim!ioi a iae BAKING Come Everbody S3 P0WDH oand Get Bargain 1 I pal jp rtTi:,(hW,9ir -! ""r1"' M'' ,. HENRY KLEIN ISO il$,r ,3P jpVT A TW STIES -J-k.r' N1 1 obllj J KAttoaaL "awe" 5aEB-&:- m -- &t i fJ''iWf9fei syta l -.- -? ii af. ia :,- - i.. .t - i X. I t r --, Sr-"-" .if tS2jr ' T - r 1: -- ie - W J J !7HJ :- d 1r" .A " v rtfiIirSlEmJKf7l!JSfmfl! MliarajflapLfinrlllp J r- 1 3 Alfred DoajjlaH bold to John mith, The Girls Aid feociety of the First Monday, his interest in tho butcher Presbyterian church, gave a tea at WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1S90- - firm, form'erlyDouglas & Smith. thet Hotel Glyndon Friday night. Among: other charming features of AMigced. Miss Nannie T.Hame. dealer in gen- the evening was an instrumental soCITY FEATURES. eral nierchandise.jnW Caleast, assigned lo by Miss Lottie Crow, a vocal solo Thursday. Liabilities and assets un- by Miss 3Iary Pattie, and several recitations by 3frv ' Davis. R. & It. S. Crow arc agents for known. It proved in every way a grand sucHonaker's fine cut flowers and deIts your kick, if the goods you cess, nd the ne sum of $8 was reaIt signs. buy from us are in any way different lized, which will go for the benefit Every size and quality of tablets from what we said they should be. of the church. and note books may bo found at Wo buy the beit", wo sell the best. Crow's stationary store. It If avc make a mistake, or help you The Burnams Are In It. The Bnrnam family, ot Richmond, are It ued to be that magazines were make one wo pay for the mistake. lucky people. The old man, Honoraa luxury, but now they are a necessi- Covington & Mitchell. ty Any magazine can begotten at ble Curtus B., has held several high Quarterly Uouit. t row'-- - stationary store. It Madison Quarterly jCourt convened positions. The last a member of the State Monday with Judgo J. B. Bur-na- Constitutional Convention. He is a Represiding. Quite a number of publican. Hisson, James 15. (Democrat) voe ad of .Miss Toinpie Oldham cases on the docket but all quickly has been a memberof tl.s Legislature and t wnig out sale. now Judge of Madison county. A clever disposed of. r 11 your friends to be sure and capable fellow the best of the flock. Fire in Danville. Pinafore" Opera. Another son E.Tult (a Republican), is An nttompt was made to burn the now holding two offices member of the M resklouce and of laud town ofJDanville Thursday morning, House of Representees and Deputy Ini rent. West Maiu street, Richmond by, it was supposed, a revengeful surance Commissioner. And at the reC. II. MUG negro, and a 12,000 loss was sus- cent election another son. Hon. A. RolMr Ulan Ballard has. moved into tained lioforo the flames were lins Burnam (formerly Collector of the Itnck Kick dwelling on Jlror.d- - checked. district) was eTected Judge of the Couit wa of Appeals, and he "is a Republican. What Is It? J Speed Smith is pushing him-l- f At a meeting of the Academy of Well, truly the Burnainsarestrictly in it 51 1. Sterling Democrat. for Surveyor of the post of Louis-t- l Science Thursday, a paper was read by Prof. Ira R. Remson, of Johns 'Pinafore" Opera, Dec. 18. -- Rp. T. Q. Martin, Hopkins University, entitled "The r will preach at ML Zion church Isoiuoric Chlorides of Newspaper Office for Judgement. -- THE CLIMAX. e3i'iiH Oat. Church EAiertainmMt. u fPEBSOHEsSn Dr-- H. spalls naiilraB nmmnuimnnimniiimttii arasras mmm&n&&mtawimm - mmmmM&iB J B. Gibson was in Cincinna- ti Friday. Mr. Chas. W. Friend, of Irvine, was in this city Sunday. Attorney Grant E. Lilly is attend- - THE UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS . - jUajSIs fHJfefrH ipiSJ, gig That Has Attended The New Cloak Department of " forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts is Transporting Hew Jackets, New Capes and New Dress Goods, until our stock at rightly directed. There is comfort hi the knowledge, that so many forms of more complete than at any time this season. sickness are not due to any actual but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant "We have just received from the Largest Factories in the East the prettiest line of New Jackets and family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptCapes ever shown in Kichmond, they were bought late and at Low Down Closing Out Prices for ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and in CASH. Come and see them. everywhere esteemed so highly by all Heath. who valne rxd health. Its beneficial fact, that Prof. W. H. Lyon, will leave this effects e due to thepromotes it is the internal one remedy which week for his homo at Oresonia, Con- cleanliness without debilitating the necticut. oivans on which it acts. It is therefore From the Largast Dress Goods Emporium in the East the prettiest line of Stylish Novelty Dress Goods a'l important, in order to get its bene-f- i Mr. John A. Bell, of Richmond, ial effects, to note when you purwe have shown his season. If yon haven't bought your new dress look at this line, yott don't have to in town this weetr. Beattyville chase, that you have the genuine artibuy old stj le picked over goods from us. cle, which is manufactured by the CaliEnterprise. fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by Miss Merritte Jones returned Satall reputable druggists. urday, from a weeks visit to friends If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or in Versailles. are If Mr. George White, better known other remedies any then not needed. one afflicted with actual disease, as "Old Prinf'is visiting in Harrods-bur- g may be commended to the most skillful Acid." i t Sunday. earn Small has this to say on news physicians, but if in need of a laxative, this week. "Mrs Mary Bancroft, is very sick paper sensation : I have been a new one should have tho best, and with the 'Pinafore Opera, Dec. IS. everywhere, Syrup of tli rheumatism at her home on man twelve years, and if I Mr. John M. Moberloy is visiting Dead. Harrods-bur- g Figs stands highest and is most largely mid street. relatives in Richmond. used and gives most general satisfaction. Mr. Rodes "W. Quiscnbury, a prom- wanted to get rightsquarc judgement Democrat. R. B. Bnney, of Lexington, Ky., inent farmer of Clark county, and I'd rather go into a newspaper office Miss Fannie Young, Is very sick at i. preach at the Pond church on brother of Mrs. M. T. Evans, of this than a court of justice. No man VALLEY VIEW. whose life is true, pure and just is the home of her father; G.W.Young, t Sunday, at 11 a. m. place, died near his homo on the l!)th Are being sold by us at prices way below what you pay for Auction Trash, we carry no shoddy trash, Dr. E. Xorthcntt and family have reafraid of all the newspaper presses on Fifth street. inst. Was found dead at one of his -- R . J. W. Hardin, of Winches- Good Stuff from us at Low Cash Prices. you buy First-clasin America. They are the best detectHon. Ira Julian, a prominent .at- turned from a two weeks stav with relwill preacli Thanksgiving servi- - barns, supposed cause of death heart ive forces in tho country to day. They torney of Lexington, was here Fri- atives and friends in Menifee county. failure. at Ilatwoods church. have punctuated more shams, and so day on business. The bachelor's horror, that which Death ol a Small Baby. -- ( e & Kennedy have .shipped far as I am concerned, I say take the Mr. James Stone came up from makes home happier, love stronger, pat(sb son bridles oir and let'em go. The only Frankfort Saturday on a visit to rel- tience greater, being the mother's treasJoseph, the K.iltnnore, since Nov. 15, K),000 itul- - of dressed turkeys. of Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Ainmerinan, ones that will be hurt will be tho atives and friends. ure and the only precious possession and perhaps the smallest baby for its shams and frauds. And it you think Je-s- e C. Caldwell Hon. W. O. Davis, a prominent at- that never excites envy, arrived at the nill age on record, died Friday night of I$.. the papers print too much of a sen- torney and 5Irs- - W. E. Chase the of Versailles, was in town home i' hat Mt.Zion church at 3 o'clock, The little fellow when sational kind, don't you read it, and Friday 15th inst.. in the form of a girl. Boy's Overcoats $1.19, $1.48 and $2.00, a Good Cassimere Overcoat for men with velvet on legal business. the 1st Sunday in December. born weighed three pounds, and they will quit printingit. The papers Rev. R. B. Baird, as3isted by the precollar for $1.98, a Good Cassimere High Collar Men's Long Ulster Overcoats for $2 4S, Senator W. 51. Clark, of McKee, Mr. Charles B. Riddle of this at his death only two pounds. need to be reformed, but the people siding elder of the Conference district, worth $0.00, Men's Navy Blue and Black Cassimere Suits Nicely Made and Good Fitters ! and JINs Annis Turpin, of have got to reform first. Newspa- Jackson county, passed through will hold quarterly meeting at Syloatn, LOST. for $2.9S a suit, Boy-- Knee Suits U9c, worth $1.25, we sell pants of suits and odd pants Richmond Wednesday. t Ktill were married last night pers are printed for money .and to beginiiuj Tuesdaj' the 24th, holding four On the night of the golden suit their patrons. If you don, t think Mr. E. Conroy, J. B. Ashcraft, and Tn Richmond and Paris High wedding of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Dilservices, closing on Wednesdaj night. they are run on a high moral plat- B. H. Sale, of Irvine, were in town - will hae a foot hall game at Mr. Wm. Ledford returned Saturday lingham, a valencienes lace hanker-chie- f. form like Mr. Barnum's circus, why, Thursday, on business. ide Park, Paris, Thanksgiving from a trip on the headwaters of the L. A. Mai tin written in indel-abl- e just reform yourselves and the paper Miss Bessie Lackey, of White Hall, Kentucky river, where he had been on ink is on one corner. Liberal will follow suit." d entertained a number of her business in behalf of the Southern Lumon eight of the reward will be paid for return of Ti friends Thursday night. Pinafore Opera. ber Company. jokes leading into Versailles same to this oliice or to Dr. L. J. County Clerk John F. White and . dfs troyed by a mob Wednesday Frazee. 5Irs. Mary P. Haden cloted heV school On Friday night, Dec. 18, Gilbert T. J. Ballard have returned from a at Sy loam last Friday with appropriate .! t Don't fail to see "Pinafore" Opera and Sullivan's comic opera, Pinafore, business trip to Jackson county. The patrons express themexercises. will be presented at the court house, II ruining Tuesday, December Foot Ball. Messrs. W. O. Grimes and Ezekial selves as being highly pleased with her by a company composed of home Klein a ton will close out their ball, talent. The young people have Layson, of C. TL, will spend Thanks- as an instructor. In a game of foot Small Wares and Notions in endless varieties. We sell Pins and Needles at lc. a paper, Sox and Stockings .r. stock of dry goods, clothing, Thursday, between Central been practicing twice a week giving at their homes atMillersburg. mm Mrs J. Lloyd, of Lexington, visited 5c. per pair, Good Handkerchiefs 3c, Good Long Snspenders for men 10c. per pair, seamless ts and shoots at auction. See ad. University's eleven for Second Mrs. Sam Bennett and children, of her sister, Mrs. J. Sowers, List week. the past six weeks, and as Best Spool Cotton 3 for 10c. ( .unity Court Monday. Come and a team composed of town boys the best talent in the city and from Lexington, are visiting the family of iUS Mrs. II. N. Pastou and child visited ai.d make this otlice your head-ir- ti and High School eleven resulted in Central University will take part, Wm. Bennett and other relatives in her mother, 5Irs. 5Iary P. Singleton, at rs while in town, read our a tie, neither side coring. It was the opera promises to be a great suc- Bichmond. Versailles, Saturday, returning Monday. raUs one of the hardest fought games cess, both musically and give us the news. Ask to See Them. Remanents of all Kinds of Goods Almost Given Dr. James H. Glass and family, of and financially. Mrs. Emma Reynolds, of Estill county, played iiere this season. Bud Hume, colored, of Brass-U- l The principal parts will bo taken by California, are visiting the family of fl Winchester Court. was tried before Squire Armor Misses Flautt and Mrs. Peny; his brother-in-laH. B. Hogg, on is visiting her relatives, the family of 5Ir. rays Wm Ledtord, this weak. w dnesdav and given sixty days at J.A.Ramsey, auctioneer, reports 5Iessrs. Rhodes Shackelford, Brink, Aspen nuenue. SfrHJ We have one entire house adjoining our store full of Trunks and Valises, You can get anything you are ml labor for stealing turkeys from 'JM cattle, mostly common. The best Flora and Turner. The part of 5Ir. L. A. West, one of Irvine's Tetter, and Eczema. SJSI looking for in this line from us. Call and see them. I mas Oldham. price obtained wastt.G'J for some good, Ralph Rackstraw will be played by promising young men, was a pleasThe intense itching and smarting inciwould Mr. Bernard Nelnis, of Lexington, ant caller at this office Thursday. He dent to these diseases is instantly allayed G. W. Young, pator of the 1,20) feeders,strictlv first-claby applying Chamberlain's Eye and fUMl M Miodist church, will conduct the have brought $3V 1,000 to 1100 lb. who so well acted that character also subscribed for the Climax Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases mm $3.85 to $3.50; GOO to 700 pound when the Pinafore was presented in Miss Lucy Gilbert, after an exuin Thanksgiving services, Thurs- -' steers permanently cured It that city several years ago. This tended visit to her sister, Mrs. Pattie have been efficient for itching by it. and com; lighter heifer 11 o'clock, at the heifers, piles is equallv morning, at play will be given for a good cause Jones, in Blackstock, South Caroli- a favorite remedy for sore nipples; mon to poor, 2 to scalawags unstian church. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and should be well patronized. good feeling nearly all sold. na, returned home last week. 25 - 24 and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. At Paint LickThursday.Ed.Par-- i Married in Winchester. Capt. W.E.Bell, of Lawrenceburg, Ray-- i ' tired a load of buck shot at ulllrfSl mfiEK BmiBmm mnv m m rrtJ m ml 3 rfHJ E3 jtij What's going to bo at the court Br. Catlj's Condition are ind Davis, a noighbor. Davis es- - Dr. G. G. Perry and Miss Mattie house, Dec. 18? "Pinafore" Opera. now emplowed in the revenue office just what a horse needs Powders, bad M'ZWMMB. Wm when in at this place, will bo married Thanks- condition. Tonic, blood purifier and ijm J but the horse which he was Igo, of White Hall, this county, giving day to Miss Kathcrino Beeves, vermifuge. They are not food but drove over to Winchester last 'uini" was killed. Appeal ForHcIp. medicine and the best in use to put a of Murfreesboro, Tenn. negroes were seriously wounded Wednesday and were married Closing Out at Cost. e on theOnenton pike, a The BRIDGEFORD'S Mrs. George White has moved My entire printingplant, including horse in prime condition. Price 25 by Elder W. S. Keene. of the oflicc Cadet Capt. B. W. Stevenson, of ;ents per package. half from Frankfort, was and five others sprinkled with buckshot mile and a Miss Tempie Oldham is clobin aek from "Water Street to the old buildings, the accumulation of ., i.inn-in-- .ivnjimito nn.1 afterward i bv a mob of white men at Altoona, fif-- out her entire stock of fall hats at Dr. Perry is " uiwti" years of patient Somerset, has been appointed temind Dillingham Corner, where she Christian church. nearly twenty-fiv- e ECONOMIST RANGE, son of John Perry, now deceased, toil and pinching economy, was des- porary commandant of tho C. U. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- - burned. The raiders did their mischief teeu miles below Pauucali. fifteen ne- cot. 2t i is iH'en seventeen years. Call and groes were engaged in cutting timber for young physician. troyed by to fill the vacancy caused SEE THEM about midnight. s . In r and have your dresses made and is a promising fire Tuesday night, entail- Battalion, KET. Strayel or Stolen. the Standard Oil Co. They bad been by Cap. Wygant's removal. EXAMINE THEM! His bride is an accomplished young ing a loss of $4,000 or more, ' the litest fashions. boy of J. A. Johnwith no The From my farm near Valley View, to leave, being told that no ne- lady and a general favorite among insurance, the frame construction Owsley, Bichmond, rOm.ISHKD BY GtOVEn A DUKHETT, LOUIS- son, of Lynnt III., is subject to attacks of ordered 5Ir. Franklin Pl'RCHASE THEM! Liiinjrwith Hearst Witt, of Es- - those that know her. negro was anowea io siop mere. Ky., on Tuesday night, Nov. 10, bay and location of buildings barring was here the latter part of last week Johnson sas he is satisti d John Keeber, foreman, decided there horso, 1( hands high, mane sherred, croup. Mr. VILLE TOBVCCO WAHEHOUbE. t I, county, is his father and mothor- Stock Sales. looking for a home, which I underinsurance. that the timely use of Chamberlain's was no danger, and the negroes were rather weighty. Reward of $ 10 will M8 years old. This is for tho week just Sales on our J. C. Bronston, Sr., shipped to The subscription list, subscription stand he purchased in Garrard coun- closed amount market hlids. with re Cough remedy, during a severe attack, sitting around an old smoke house when be given for return of same to liing in I 'balily the oldest couple to 2U5S Cincinnati parties, Tuesday, eigh- ledger, two daybooks, two ledgers, ty. Hedgevillc cor. Danvillo Advo- ceipts for the same period 903 filuls. eated his little boy's life. He is in the a mob of fifty men swooped down upon '2i 25 same family in the State. Will Tim.ktt. printeis' books and catalogues, files cate. drug business a member of the firm of them and began firing, with the above teen head of fat cattle at 33t cents. Married, at the Residence of the Mr. AV. H. Miller entertained Hon. Sales on our market since January l&t, Johnson Bros., of that place, and they Ballard & Dunn sold to various of papers for years past, a mass of ir.li s father, Capt J. 3f. Thomas, parties, lost week, ninety head of miscellaneous literature, all my pri- C. H. Bodes and local assistants at amount to 149 5S6 lihds. Sales of the crop handle a great nianv patent medicines results. ;i Paris. Tuesday. Mr. John Ireland vate and business correspondence, in his home "Lakehead" one evening of 1S95 on our market to this date for throat and lung diseases. He had all Don't let anyone persuade you to take j fat cattle at J54 to :i cents. amount to 143,893 lihds. ,1'h! Mrs Mary Thomas Clay. The , these to choose from, and skilled physi- anything else instead of Simmon's Licr It. G. Engle, of Moberley, shipped fact everything in the office near and last week. A splendid supper was will try to Xotw itlistauding the fact that we have TTtr ii id was formerly the wife of Hume t rBM yesdear the printer's heart, went up in served and an enjoyable evening cians ready to respond to his call, but Regulator. Some merchants Should be in every family B3 a car load of hogs to Cincinngti, had larger eales of hurley lohacco this selected t i.n. not for your good. They do medicine chest and every mLf spent. flames in a twinkling. this remedy .for use in his family do this but ? terday. w eck, prices for such as have been in more profit on some- traveller's grip. They are a it to Invaluable when the ttomach " Dr I'oyntz delivered a lecture J. W. Bales bought of T. D. Chen-au- lt How the fire originated God only 5Ir W. D. Ham, of Richmond, was in good condition have been well sustained. at a time when his child's life was in thingmake anlittle inferior quality, though is out of order; cure headache, blllousses. and cf danger, because he knew it to be &upe-o- r d T 200 cattle at .35t cts. knows. When discovered the North- town Monday looking after the contract All colory grades stlav evening, Nov. lTtli.at Berea bad ail liver trouble. Mild and efficient. 3 centa. hae been closely west corner of the main building, on for fixtures in the new conrthouse. He to any other, and famous the county you must pay just as much for the (irch His subject, "Health." was ports have consideration. the outside in the little alley-wa- y SimQuality the first watched and prices for these is a most agreeable youngman, and popuoverfor its cures of croup. Mr Jolinson as for the good. Be sure to take aiullt'd in a masterly manner, and A poor article is an expensive one at been very 6tronjr- - Common hard sw eated leading from the street to my best selling cough medicine mon's Lf er Regulator and nothinR else. w ho kuow him. Glas lar among those saj s this the et ure was of great educational any price. We found that out long tor and badly funked leaf and fugs, ha e they handle, and that it gives splendid Look for the Red Z on every package. was aflame. The little fire Overcoats adopted for motto. engine, over which there has been so gow Times. been irregular und lower in prices. ajro, and early Sold by W. G. Geo. G. Prewitt, of Richmond, visited There have been a few lihds. of new bur-le-y satisfaction in all cases. inaforo" Opel a at courthouse, "Not how cheap, but how good." much wrangling and contention, and Bert Serf, the quarter ba,k of the MY STORE HOUSE, occupied by White, Kichmond, Ky. ;..Mifs. Ida SOLO 11M 1. Cheaply made clothing still floods the heroic work of the volunteer friends here last week sold, the quality of which has generis. Doane College, was killed at Lawrence, 11 eorge M. Willging, on Main street, James li Parker, aged 05 years, and an is heaped on the firemen, alone saved the town from Thompson, of 5Iadison connty, is visit- ally been poor. Trices for the common and in Richmond, Ky., is for sale or rent. Kas., iu a game of foot ball. John R. Gentry, the fastest har-s- s tiie market, inexperienced, but when Wm ing friends in this county. RICHMOND. Possession given Jan. 1, 1S97. Apply to invalid, was burned to death in Lexingalmost total destruction, as a furious Walden, of Madison county, visited at grades of new, while low, are some ton Sunday. in the world, was unwary and rare liorsc Premature balnness may be prevented J. A. Sullivan. you buy of us, be you novice, wise- gale was blowing at the time. stronger than the previous week. Afew BY s m in New York Thursday night Ronr. H. McCuEvnv. Joe fiBarher's last week. Winchester lihds. of fairly good leaf was sold one and the hair made to grow on heads al- acre or sage, your money buys you f .r Sii.ix)0 to Lewis J- - Tewksbury, Crushed as I never was before, Democrat. How io Cure a Bilious Colic. Vegeta standard-mad- e ready bald, by the use of Hall's nothing but shattered in health and strength, but Miss Alley Shenror entertained a hhd. reaching $11.00. The colory sorts of the celebrated pacer, Robt. I suffered four weeks with colic and ble Sicilian Hair Renewer. It goods and really cost you no left an ambition and determination are strong. J i ntry, record 2:00j. you pay for other goods. that tho ceasing of the heart's action number of friends at her home, Red Trash (dark or damagcd)$ 1 00 to 1 50 pains in my stomach, caused by biliou- - If your children are subject to croup more than medicine all the -- Elsewhere in this isu; of the Covington & Mitchell. Thursday evening. Dancing Common colory trash 2 50 to 4 CO ness and had to take watch for the first symptom of the dis will still, I will gather together the House, I desire to buy a farm of from while until I used Chamberlain's Colic, w ill be found the advertiso-- t i im was the chief amusement. Miss Medium to good col trash 4 00 to 6 00 If Chamberlain's Five Assignments. few fragments left me and, with the Remedy which ease hoarseness. 100-T- O Store, .t of the Busy Bee Shearer left Saturday for Louisville, Common lugs not co'ory 2 50 to 3 50 Cholera and Diarrhoea 150 -Cough remedy is given as soon as the Thore were five assignments at generous help of the people, begin where she will be the guest of Mrs. Coinmon colory lugs cured me. I have shue recommended it a id if you are in search of bargains 4 50 to 7 00 child becomes hoarse it will prevent Land to be fertile and well located. If I life anew. The full wealth of my m should not fail to read it. His Millcrsburg Nov. 21. J. G. Smedley, B. F. Stafford for several day; from Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 to a good many people. Mrs F. Butler, the attack. Even after the croupy cough should fail to buy I desire to rent, and TO dry goods man, assigned fcO acres of heart goes out to the many noble there she will go to Fayette, Mo., Coinmon to medium leaf G 00 to 9 00 of Fairhaven, Conn. Persons who are will pay money rent for same. pncf s are to suit the times. has appeared the attack can always be friends who so generously have asJ. H. BCGGS. bilious colic can ward ojT the land a half interest in stock, acspend the winter. 9 00 to 14 00 subject to Me'diuui to good leaf prevented by giving this remedy. It is Graves county girl is said to counts and notes. John Peed as sured mo of substantial aid in the where she will attack by taking this remedy as soon as 14 00 to 16 00 i Fire in Cleveland, O., Friday, caused also invaluable for colds and whooping .ie swapped a boy a kiss, says the signed stock, cash and crop. Alf great loss and bitter desolation that Mr. Harry Shepherd, of Irvine,paid Good to fine leaf symptoms appear. Sold by W. Young and Old. 16 00 to 2G 00 the sough. For sale by T. S. Hagan. IS 32 aloes of about $160 000. Murry Ledger. She failed to come Ball assigned 200 acres of land, stock have befallen me, and no action of the Climax a pleasant call Friday. Select wrappery leaf 5 G. White, Richmond, Ky. Mr. Shepherd has the management t.p w ith her part of the bargain. The and crop. Dr. I. B. Best assigned mine will cause them to regret their Do not allow your system to get weak George T. Wood, a prominent drugJudge I. C. Parker, the famous KanRejoice with us James Robb and John Thompson, two of a large publishing company, oung fellow took it anyhow, and is GOO acres of land, stock, crop and generosity. and debilited. It is easy to keep well desperate young prisoners, broke jail at sas jurist, died at his home in Fort gist of Maysville, dropped dead of heart out a $75 fine for seven town residences. Matthew i o I have no means at present, ex- backed by New York and London and strong by taking Hood's b'aisapar-ill- McKee, by cutting through the bars. Smith, Tuesday, of Bright's disease. in the Discovery. disease Monday afternoon, aged sixty-nin- e cept memory, to reach my friends syndicates, and has been to Cincinbreach of the peace. years. It Robb was charged with Current assigned 400 acres of land, and patrons, and through the cour- nati, making arrangements to open "The woretcold I ever had in my life In publishing the list of bids for stock, cropland town property. aud Thompson was awaiting trial on the was caused by Chamberlain's Cough Coon Willis, the young When a man has suffered for years tesy of tho press who give this a a branch office at that place. They tl.e heating and ventilating apparatcharge of criminal assult. with a weakness that blights his life and Died of Parelysis.g place in their colums," and I hope publish the works of all standard murderer of Tandy Branham, at Remedy." writes W. H. Norton, of Sut robs him of all that reallv make Iifo us for the publi c building last week, a two months ago, accepted a life On Friday, ZenaKing.a farm- they will come to my relief in this authors. VHTT ought to know that when suf ter Creek, Cal. "'This cold left me w ith worth living, if he avail himself of a mistake was made in the bid of er, of last sentence instead of being tried in the Mrs. A. B. Burnam entertained, Kirksville, this county, while hour of sorest trial. complete cure, why not possess the moral ferine from anv kidney trouble' camdi and I wa3 exuectoratinc all the Shackelford & Gentry. Their bid courage to stop his downward course. feeding cattle for Sam Mason was The will rise SatuVday afternoon, in honor of Mrs. Pike county circuit court, that a safe, sure remedy is Foley's Honey J'time. The remedy cured me. and I w as $0,482.30 instead of $ 9,482.30, as it We will send yon by mail, ABS0LUTE-IjAV. Zollek. B. W. Miller. Those present were paralysis and died from the ashes. or money refunded. . ant all my friends when troubled with A. cup of muddy coffee is not wholeCure. Guaranteed stricken with John FIIKK, in plain package, the All appeared in the Clislax. Mrs. Curtis Burnam, Mrs. Waller some, neither is a bottle of muddy med- W. G. White. Saturday morning. Ho never rea caugh or cold to use it, for it will do D. 31. Chenault, Pl'fT, Noliceofsale l'owfrfal Dlt. IWFKMA.VS VITAL ngaiust -- The Jessamine Journal has the gained consciousness after the stroke. Bennett, Mrs. Sam Bennett, of Lex- icine. One way to know a reliable and TABLETS, with a legal guarW. G AVliite, In Equitv. Mrs. Mary B. Steens, chaplain of the them good." Sold by W.E.P McAlistcr, DefL ington, and Mrs. G. D. Chenault-Misseantee to permanently cure LUST following to say of our City Attor- Deceased was 55 years of age, and d is by its of the Daughters of Re- Richmond. Ky. Grand Lodge ShXUAL WBAK virtue of a judgment and order of Patton, of Alabama, De5Iob-erle- freedom from sediment. Ajer's ney: "Hon. P. H. Sullivan, of Mad- leaves one son who resides in Gray forexer becca, of Illinois, while delivering the An attempt will be made during the Kile of the M.iditon Circuit Court, XBSS. VARICOCELE, STOPS of Tennessee, Lucia Burnam, for Coun-t- v son county Ky., one brother, Thomison county, is a candidate is alwajs bright and sparklingbe-caus- e opening devotioual exercises before the coming session of Congress to put an ad- rendered at the September Term thereof, NIGHT EMISSIONS and all unnatural Mary Tribble, Esther Burnam, Duke, Chailie Judge, andis in every wav capable son and two sibtcrs, Mrs. Thomas Azbill, Sharlet it is an extract aud not a decoction. Graud Lodge, was stricken with heart ditional tax of $30,000 000 on beer. 1S93. in the above style cause, the un- drains. Returns to former appearances Katharine Blanton and Miss Julia emaciated organs. to fill the position. If Mr. Sullivan's Harris and Mrs. Wjn. Chaney, of Baxter, Mrs Annie Frecmon. Alice dersigned will, on It failure and died in 10 minutes. Beckley. RosamondGibbina, Howard No C O- - D. fraud nor recipe deception. Higgins. Am Important Difference. friends in Jessamine could decide this county. Burried at the family Brew er, John Harris, Belle (col) Judge George Denny is making a still No Humbug. Monday, December 7, 1896, If w e could not cure, we would not send A private letter says that Dr. and Mrs. the matter, he would certainly be a burying ground near Union. Bow man, W m A Lamb, Mack To make it apparent to thousands, our medicine FREE to try, and pay when Foley's Honey and Tar does not clai in 'who think themselves ill, that they are Logflon, Ellen Lou's J. Frazee of Richmond, have ac- hunt for the collectorship at llones Billy safe winner. as this may not Between the honrs of 10 o'clock, a- - in , satisfied. Write Will Wed Buririn, Thomas Miller, Mandy to performed miracles. It does not 'not afiliLted with any disease, but that and 11 o'clock, a. m., at the Court House appear again. cepted an invitation to tike ThanksAddress Wio "Wholo Story. bought a bunch or .38 Shelby Jett Miller. Mollie Two of the oldest and mostrespect-e- d Calivens, Misn ciaim to cure all cases of consumption or 'the system uiinply needs cleansing, is to door in Richmond, Madison county, Ky., giving dinner with Governor Bradley at & Of the great sales attained and great cattit at ML Sterling, Monday, and (being December County Uourt day), Western Medicine Company, . families in this county will be Carroll, J C Co Ogle, Lurv asthma. But it docs claim to give comFrankfort When citizens of Lancaster, Parks Ha'ttie Collins, C s art"d to drive them through to his cures accomplished by Hood's Sars.ipar-ill- a fort and relief in advance stages of brine comfoit home to their hearts, as a proceed to expose to public sale, to the by the marriage of Conn, OIHeJ Mrs united Itetheford, Charlie the Governor's old home, he and Dr. Kalamazoo, Mich. bo.tive condition is easily cured by usiug highest bidder, the following described lK&fiPOUTM. is quickly told. It purifies and enfarm on Muddy creek in Madison Mr. John W. Fox and Miss EvaM. Colson.WT Reed. Roa these diseases and to usually cure early Frazee were warm friends--. ...The dis riches the blood, tones thestomache and stages. It Vi certainly worth trying by Syrup or Figs. Manufactured by the property, viz t Royce. Callie eojiity. On the Winchester and Mt. Phelps, which will be solemnized at Dnnlap, H Mr play of embroidery and drawn linen by A Lot of Land in the City of RichCalifornia Fig Syrup Company only, and site-lingives strength and vigor. Diseases canpike at the C & O. crossing 12:30 at tho residence of tho bride's J B. WILLIS, Postmaster. Mrs. Laura Blanton, of Richmond, mond. Ky., in the Estill Addition to said those afflicted or threatened with these jold by all druggists. 5 UE0. Y- RILEY system fortified by the rich, not enter at Thamson the herd was struck by father, four miles out on the LexingCity, and fronting on the North side of Chinn'i Todd, on red blood the comes by taking Hood's dread diaease W. G. White. express and twolve of ton pike. Mr. Fox is a son of Mr. B. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. North exhibited by is d which the Brushey, Taylor connty, Ben O. Main street about 40 feet, and running At You Can'tJ Afford to Chancs IL Upper street, a treat to all lovers parallel lines to a ten foot Sarsaparilla. Of Shclbyville, Ky., Recommends tl ( cattle were killed outright and P. Fox, one of our most esteemed a stone mason, stabbed to death back with 100 feet. Said property is of fine needlework. alley about A heavy cold may lead to pneumonia pkagg, were badly crippled. Wright's Celerv Capsnles. cure nausea, sick liead-ac- e two others Hood's Pills Randall Johnson. bounded on the East by John Carmich-ael.o- n citizens, and is well known throughConcECTED Weekly. Foley's Honey and consumption. Shelbyville, Ky., 5lay 26, '96. To indigestion biliousness. All drug or Winchester Sun. faithful men ok esCatarrh Means Danger. the North by tlio ten foot alley, on WANTED travel for responsible out Kentucky and Georgia, Tar.taken in time affords perfect secur 121c lb on the West by A. T. Douglas lot form Wright Medical Co., Col., Ou bright-eye- d of his extensive horso and Butter tablished house in Kentucky. Salary gist. 25c. A ity" frow8eriiiis results. W. G. White. ii uecauFe ii uncnecneu it may ue ieau erlyioivned by defendant, and purchased 7 - .. Gents I have purchased a box ot rr-. Eggs locdoz $760 and expenses-- Position permarrrr.-letters a Catarrh is of JJ J. Brooks and D. M. Chenault. jlirectly to consumption. young compositor on one of our oon-- tt mule trading, having spent sixteen uryans nmiiaverages XoUJ Wright's Celery Capsales from 6- - L How to Prevent a Cold. 5c lb nent. Refsrenco. Enclose elf-a- d Miss Chickens (live) ilauscd by impurod blood. This iact is OHa sufficient ouantitv thereof tn nro. mporaries, called upon the object winders in tho latter place. . The day. . 5c lb dressed stamped envelope. Chickens (spring) After; an exposure, or when yon feel a hilly established.- Therefore,. it is use- - duce he sum- - of $34.60, the amount of Middelton, druggist, and bscU thera. for of his affection Sunday night, and Phelps Is a daughter of Mr. Marcus National, Star Insurance Bldg.. . . 5c lb (live) I escane being a confirmed diyspetic cold coming on, take a dose of Foley's fess to try to cure catarrh by outward money so ordered to be made, and the Sbsr StoHMch,Torpid Liver and Coesti-patiChicago: the conversation turned on news- A. Phelps, one of our most pros- Ducks costij hereof and found that )0 to 121c lb me imCheese by taking Ayer'u Pills in time," This 1 Honey and Tar. It never 'fails. W. G. inulfcation oninhalants. The true Vray paper work. The young man asked perous farmers, and is a beautiful . . Sjelb mediate relief every tinier 1 think it an C F. Briant, lumber inspector for the experience of many. Ayer's PUls White. i Mr. accomplished young lady. Im JLard to purify the blood. of oik HV&lltlia ;o cere catarrh is the lady to define the difference and The mirchasw will h ereellent rewedy. 20clb M. B. Farran, of Cincinnati left Satur- wlieVa?r as an pill or ssr a Hood's SareRparilla, the greaLblood pu- - rehtiiretf to Rive bond? with asemveil lietwcen printing and publishing. mediately after tho ceremony the Beeswax . Lot. - $2 50ctoSa00Jb day for Sommerset and other points in rerjpin Yunia vjery trely, . liver coinplaiuts, indigestion, She blushingly replied :"You may couple will leave for Dawson, Ga., Ginseng filer, eres cstarrlf by its power to drfce swHJUy,' for the payment of th jmrclms-, HKJni-y11 to 12c lb SoaUwastera Kentucky oo 'bneineee. tc fllJry ol "V water hrAfili. anil nanaaa ant si On last Thursday, onjrvinef jWal nra nmsHnw tseci Qt ft. 9 Gw. W.Riler. um 1khi. t- - an you whero Mr. Fox will take charge of a Wool (Nb.l) print a kiss on ray cheek, but impurities iron . a. . jny you nY j ., It m, judgment, beryK- - lejjal Htfest Ifrooi --W" 'i MI..IIM' ii r . - 'v- 4 - j at jautor Broadway streets, R'tTnJsoxH 7 to Sc lb be Hone snout. ten aaya. . ji Bnrryand Cott may not publish it?1 And then ho large trading stable for the winter. Alt earne J4&:VtoAil jomjMitig on loot iu f IIHI" 3: r. i . 5c lb iA&m . . - -- t . - 4 SOlltfHIW B'"Mf jfJer quickly. Gov, Bfftdtey Wm fixed Jj - Mm- f fHVHierur - immil rwr Hm 'locked" Ihe fair'form" iuTiisarms The Climax: wishes them .happy r Green mlsjecti'ift ifttfe B " r w. '.j StjjCc'lb 1$ IBT &MIMjRr:.. JtflWWO, nnwinaroutf Aowure over lifeV.lDrJ60PS , preep."-Iw- is aul i-,,, j, and "went 'to ansjMtiUa. jaSHa, J 3, r?e. tfjmi $mf n : lraUHKti4JW!fti is. viTf , u. w. "HrM!MBSk. . f t I JW 9 jrassrr-r-'-- -i pft. V. V,., , Jffs W rFQF"jP9' ,iVL &Fi C , - Is. "JS? , -, 'iXMP-v il SfWc! ' a .. 4 jv: J"!y Zr S',... A.si. w, - et r jzJ?4 r: rpj-- ISf1 if r - 'r W - It -- . :.: m ing circuit court at Irvine. Hon. Ben Crutcher was in the city yesterday, just loafing he said. Mr. J. C. Bronston, Sr., is in this week on business. Miss Margaret Parrish, of Midway, With a better understanding of the nature of the many physis tne guest of Miss Julia Higgins. ical ills, which vanish before proper efHar-rodsburg pi Gladness Comes ds-tas- ip pi sraL eJ3 -- 1 Miss Lackey, of Richmond is the guest of Miss Jennie Lackey. Central Record. K. P. Adams, of Waco, is visiting the family of T- - M. Davis. Times Journal. Mr. Talton Embry, of Louisvillo, is visiting tho family of Dr. M. C. OJLSEC STOI?,E m HOT THE RAILS DF GDMMERGE present m IBTTS-2- " IBIEIEi And tho Tremendous Lot of Pretty Dres36S Ave have sold from our Dress Goods Department has forced us to keep e, p- - SS0 I Paranitroor-thosulphobenzoo- ic Clothiqg, Boots s S well-informe- d e IDIRTS" GOODS .AJSTJD m three-months-o- ld fal finto pas jjpib irpite4 s ieisf S'. of-3I- WAY BELOW Bicli-mon- toll-gat- es frS !l MANUFACTURERS PRICES. ky, f M m ex-aug- os !ip m w, Salt-Rheu- m lr ss k2 2, 2; IJ-ic- ? W.D. OLD HAM & CO. llgfiglg y frlJlpUinlirelll EMM Fo-ir ld ap toll-gat- ! three-year-o- f Hood's ill III i r m yf fi-i- IGW-pouu- 1 ofllce-garde- n, v 22-2- 5 1 25-2- no frofn5j3lpig!y high-clas- s, I in-- r Form JVanted-- HE 1ISCD. C.-us-h ACRS We Send it FREE! WEAK MEBL fi.--bt 22-2- a. I horse-stealin- g, Ser-gen- t, Tribune-Democr- at Wssh's ,- Sale Y List of Letter o. s skilfully-prepare- blood-purifi- er 22-2- 5 - 1), y, ShLK-AliUS- K, Sarsa-paril- la to-da- y, To-d- ay. to-d- ay M MW g t en-tuc- 22-2- T- east-boun- nc-cou- rosy-cheeke- d, .............. .. w JtJ - I ...... .......... ' J ,- on they-csv- e after-dinuc- r$ ... ... s- ilr . v wt a M 'ii WitVfUtp-Wiy- H f- Be-purt- er, .. X r.ir: .,. ! X k lf" uzm. 2 r - -- 't MHte. fc.Jtt- :if m mP -- '- -- ."9 r? ca pw ?- te-t- S i-' V-- ? fr. --, S .WBf S T, Vtp. L It - Tr Sil -- " - -- a IU 1 . ,-- if ,' " ,.. -- .. i, -.- " "5. 53r" - ?. (7 KENTUCKY Xttm NEWS. AH lUmt Sews Trorn CoHunoowfltft. Part of t&a Gen. Castlrman anil' Other to BaHd m lloje Tobacco Wirthout at Loals- - M'LEAN COUNTY. Kentucky Slate Canraulne Boart The May Ret an, to Count tu Vote. J FnAJfKFOKT, Ky., Nov. 17. The stati J canvassing' board may refuse to coun" t .McLean county. This is one of threi , t iRomery r.i I. m n acres of ground belong ing- to Mrs. Virginia BoIUitt, lying- tonth of Xlagnolia avenue between Tenth and Eierenth streets. On this property will be erected a building by a corporation known as the Tobacco Warehouse and Storage Co. "Further than this Gen. Castlcman says he is in the dark. The names of the people composing the corporation, he said, he did not feel at liberty to disclose just yet. eipht-tenth- Locisviixe, Ky., Kor. 23. Through Gen. John U. Castlcman eastern capitalists ha-rthree and s BLACKBURN. a nomor That lie lias on Ambition Gorrrnor. to be M if It Ft, f look through our pay It Louisyiixe, Ky., Nov. 18. It can be c stated as a positive fact that the extra session of the legislature will convene We can only say coThe and ee between January 1 and 15. As the e Forty cases to select frrm session always opens on Tuesday, the n-- n uckj'tt Gospel Car. Boots, 50e up; Men's Boot. $1.' date will be either January 5 or 12. noriovm.E. Ky., Xov 23. A novThe governor has not yet, and probel gospel car upon wheels and fitted ably will not soon, make a public stateout with sleeping-- dining- and cooking V ment as to the time when the session apartments, arrived in this city SaturHave Almost Ercrrlliiw ill will be held, but this announcement e day evening-- and after a sojourn of that it will be early In January can be n i several days will move on, going south'9 taken as absolutely correct. Needles lc. Lead Pencils lc. Thimble lc, Darninz r. ward. Its occapants are Eeva. 0. II. Gov. Bradley's friends are actually e Bid well, P. G. Stevens, S. M. Johnson lc. Clark's Thread 4- -. Dolls 5c up. Tea Tot 2"c. 1. at work in an effort to make him and J. P. Swtth, the latter a singer. Frai.ies 10c up. 3 Spools Thread 10e, Lace (.'urtaii.-WindoUnited States Senator, and it is the Sermons are delivered trom the car opinion of many of the best posted reShades 10c up. door and lt.b.es distributed. It is publican politicians that he will get drawn by fine horses and was sent out the nomination. He could donbtless but the Bible institute of Chicago. votes. be elected, if Representative W. H. Lyons, of Newport, would vote for SlarJer aad Suicide AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE Newport 1'ip-- Work Rnime, Padccaii, Ky.. Nov. 23. A murder r Newtokt, Ky., Nov. 17. Monday h.m. Lyons attitude is perplexing end suicide near MaySeld, in Graves morning- 40 men started to work at the Gov. Bradley's friends. IIoe or, Ladies' YeU with !eee- - 15- un county, was reported here Sunday. hydraulic power mill of the Addyston We have no doubt the larse?t :c.,; ;o . '.t.. t : m THE DEMOCRATS T. B. Baker and his wife separated pipe and steel works in this city. It in l his citv. some time ago and Mrs. Baker has had been shut down for eight months. Will Stake an 1'fTirt to Ilnve the Vote of WITHOUT COST. since instituted suit for divorce in the One hundred and twenty-fiv- e Fayette. Ilonrbon and Woodford Conn-li- e men will Throtrii Oat. Graves cireatt court. It is supposed be put to work during the week, and Blankets 39c. a pair up. Comforts 55c. up. Lf.xij.gtox, Ky., Nov. IS. The demthis provoked the tragedy. Baker, within the next month it is expected ocrats intend making- a fight before after killing his wife, instantly turned that 500 men will find employment at 9 his pistol Hfon himelf, shooting him- the old scale of wages. The American the Mate returning board to have the Twr RnraTrer self through the heart. GBTTQH ROOT and K3 rt H f? bolt and nut works near by, will also counties of Fayette, Bourbon snd Si Ea2 discovery of Ru!rt-.- s B HIT. V oodford, which were carried by Mc-THE ACE; resume in a few days. If Ul u, (INJECTION. 9 Original Salt on a ot. Moeitz, Switzerland, has th nley, thrown out on account of free Distillery to Start Up. St. Cures la to 4 days. Inns lENNYROYJU. HILLS and An Appeal to Oct. ISradlej. S3 Feaxkfokt, Ky., Nov. 23. A suit for U. cars. champion toboggan slide of the world. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Nov. 19. dlato in effect; trrnpike elections having GeoniDQ 9 Pocket Knives .e up. Il.ininier oc to 2.e. I' Lrxugton, Ky.. Nov. 17. The Cov- each. In Fayette there was beenaheld in Meagher, of Frankfort, one of the Johr It is A posIUto prersntiTe. Can bo ES.B98 filed against Hon. John R. KB T uliesf Aff 'always rellaMe and of a mile long, ownalso school ia ret pocket, all com- Claw fl.itchet 39c, Hat and Clothe-- , ILi.-Fil- .Cntion Knot and ington. Newport and Lexington boards board election making three elections ers of the big New Market distillery al has been descended in a whiz ofand Iwa js fur l)r.Ra's Proctor, chairman of the civil service 7: rccials ttlls. Ther never rletclnonatmsllpacage. Mailed !s anjadu.-ecoBBHiis&ion. Inch XX Cut Sc. Scissors 5c to 4$ T.rk lc .'r . It is broaght by V. E. of education have united in a request on the same day. This, they claim, is this place, arrived here Wednesday seconds. fall snd oerer Inlare. ' Mailed toaayad-I.O3 receipt et $1 tj dress on receipt of brilcdlctoa Ct .. EL Bradley, a wealthy business man of to Gov. Bradley that he recommend to in plain violation of the law and rendWheels 3c. Tea Sjioon- - 4c a and announced that the distillery Table fc?nt ns 'n. a Tha Knit rcl. Mian. this city. Proctor was director of the the legislature such action as will give ers the election invalid in the counties would begin running Monday next Sprinc: B dances Sc, Xickle Alann CIMk (zu.iran.etd THE MARKETS. by "W. G White, DniRKest, Itichuiond, Ky. geological survey of this state and the school boards of these three cities in which the elections were held. It and run indefinitely. This will give Nut Meir Uratcrs lc. Large (iraler 4c. Ki.ies aini gave Bradley a note for S5.006 secured the right to issue bonds and borrow is charged that the sole intention of employment to many idle men. (3 Cl XCW it ATI. JfOT. 2L and 50c a set. W.ih Basins Imperial Et by certain mortgages and bonds which money for the use of public schools, tl.e democrats is to let out some very Flocb Spring fancy. tl75(j410: 9 instead o. having to get the city coun- heavy bettors xvho took the Bryan end Cases of Hydrophobic have since become worthless. Ware 15c and 25, Hair Curlers 3c and 5c. Waiter- - 10c t2.UQ3.Tr. spring Greenup. Ky., Nov. 19. A hog be- winter paieat. H.50.2183- patent. fLS0&t9J, cil to do this for them. ( runib of the state. fancy. Iravsand Brush loc. Lookr. z 'x..!! Krtnrnrd t th Scneof Hi Crime. i longing to William Archey, living or family. tilJfi3 . extra. liSJjiTJ: H.0JS421; low grade, etr Coal 3lln-lonz 3c. Covikmz Spoon (heavy) IT inches ;, 'Z 5 Minister McKeoiln Has Ileec III. Ikz. Ky.. Nov. 28. Henry Harman, Coal branch, went mad and had to be iil5j rje. Northwestern. UK)i.73. do AfcHLA:tD. Ky., Nov. 17. Col. J. n who is charged, with the murder of Northrup snd assoc Ky., Nov. had a dog to gc -u ats will Law- A. Louisville, minister to IS. Hon. Jas. killed. Mr. Archeyago, which bit hu cltv. eat Na I red nominal at t0 io No. 3, Wh John Aldrich, in this county, several interest in McKenzie, Peru, arrived mad several weeks 1 Ian. Is m tneir co SSg.Te. TRUNKS S1.50 UP. TELESCOFES S5c. years ago, was brought here Friday rence at his home near Bowling Green, Ky., son. The little fellow was sent to the Cokx Sales: No. 3 mixed, track. county by opening new mines at Tuesday. He is very night from Charleston, . Va., where a point thin from the eft. ear. (new), track. : Pasteur institute at Chicago nnd isnem ' No S ' known tnc six fects of a 50 days' illncs; of malarial mixed, track. Mc. .Va 3 ye'low, track. J3c: he had been arrested. Harman has miles above Lo at home apparently all right. wh-l1133. the TorchEats and Caps All Prices. Lanndred Shirts UVill No. 3 white, trsck. lie. mixed tar, track. Sic; been in the etistody of the United light fever, followed by a slight attack of yellow ear. lr. ck. JIHc smallpox. He has shaved off the flow-i- r States marshal of West Virginia for also. Coal mine will resume perat4oa Oldest Couple In the State. up. Respectfully submitted to the Cash IviCe. Oats Ssles. No. The latter works employ in full No. track. Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace. Irvine, Ky., Nov. 2L Living with 3 white, track. TOtfc.J mixed,mixed, Mtfe: Mo. Has tome time. rj beard which he wore when he ac--q xa ; track. about 53 men and have been idle sevired his famous nickname of "Qui-- n Hearst Witt, in this county, are his Hoc.s Select shippers, t3.30iz.it; select I)lirna Fnrt F!re. eral years. Halls and Entrance are ifarble anil Tiling of th- Finest Quility. father and motber-in-lane Jim." each 91 butchers. Baiaj; fair to good packers. Sfroeant, Ky., Ncv. 23. For five 13.1553.23. fair to good ibjht. t3.lU; comI'rltonrrs Tin-- to the Pea. They are probabiy the oldest couple mon and roughs, days disastrous forest fires have been The Jackson and Trailing Cases. GRF.nxrr, Ky.. Nov. 17, Sheriff J E. liiosx 14. living in the same family in the state. FnAXKroHT, Ky., Nov. 18. -- Sheriff. racing- ia the Cumberlanl. Black, Cattle Fair to good shlppjrs, Sl.KCJLlS: 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors Morton left Monday for Frankfort extras, JliV cood to choice butchsrs". tZ7l" Stone and adjacent mountains of eastKentucky Post OBces Discontinued. with the io lowing prisoners sentenced Jule Pluznmer, of Newport, was here - - - 01? IWKL0US AND L'PPEIt HALLS. - - to medium batchers'. llSaiai; Washington, Nov. 2L Tho follow- 400: fair ttiicisj ern Kentucky and sou'.hwestern Virto the penitentiary: Enoch and Irwin Tuesday settling with Auditor Stono common, gin a. doing great damage. Thousands Sheep and Lavb3 Sheep Extras, Lewis, me year each fcr cutting with and Treasurer Long. Mr. Plummer ing Kentucky post offices were disconaf dollar-.- ' worth of valuable timber is intent to kill: Andy Wilburn, one year v. as informed at the office of the clerk tinued Friday: Wmkley, McLean counlii. good to choice. tlS) H3.0O-- . common to fair. Offices and Dinlng-Roo- m Beautifully Decorted and Bril good iX3i50. Lambs being burned. Main Street, Richmond, Ey for cattle stealing, and Will Archey of the court of appeals that the court ty, mail to Nuckols; Zelda, Lawrence Kj choice. t3.60fil.O3: Extra. M.I02LI5. IXQiA common to fair. (9 officials expect a decision in the Jack-rocounty, mail to Buchanan. two years lor hcrc stealing. 3.50. Jailf ltraher Dear!. liantly Lighted and Walling cases on either Friday (S&j&tOJ&j Veal Calves Fair to booI light. 15033 Pettltt Was Acquitted. Hoi'Ksviixe. Ky., Nov. 23. Judge v hi.i1 1 gcapecL. ISralned .4 t7iin-or Saturday of this week. Irvine, Ky., Nov. 21. Asa Pettit 630; cholci, M.T5. common aad larje. t3.50a lirashear, for years a prominent Job Ky., Nov. 17. Robert 5.01 was acquitted for shooting R. M. k Be mber of the Hopkinsville bar and Lewi- became involved ia a controWool Unwashed One merino, 93!0c per lb: Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in th" South, nit of I'clllam III. in a street fight a few years ago, jud je of the city court, die 1 Saturday clothing, IS H3c. medium, deversy with Mrs. Mys Moss, near Ky., Nov. is. Harry Louisville. Charges Considered a. glit at the Western lunatic asylum, Churchill, when lie sfized n heavy Pulliam, the well known newspapet when W. H. Averitt was killed by laine and detain?. 12&1U. braid. II &lc: medium combing. 133UJJC. Washed. Una Hard wick. w. ich he has been coupling and struct her acrjss the man and fin ncial agent of the Louisthis city, in merino. X to XX. IJc: medium elothlnz. 11 J wy Shot and Seriously Vfounded. ion fined for several years, aged about head with it, crushing- her .skull and ville Baseball club, has been taken ICc delaine fleece. 42163. loazcombiaj, 15 -J Burg ix, Ky., Nov, 2 L Wesley JO eara. 16i: quarter-blooand low. nWc; common iafiict.ng fatal injuriss. esilL Dr. T. II. Stucky, tha Lewis seriously 13 k cnotee. ITaliz: overseer on the farm of coarse, Uglic. caped. president of the club Is attending him. Trtphtne Compinj average. ltSITc Been Expended in This lucent Improvement. Bros., the distillers, was shot Have Dawling Dr, Stucky fears that a fever will deTodd Coantr Farmer .Uil-n- t, A'm oa, Ky., Nov. 28. A stock Cuicago. Not. 2L and seriously wounded by Thomas Hotkixsville, Ky., Nov. 17. John velop into typhoid. Wheat November T6"ii; December. 7ic: tompiny. with a capital stock of Snyder. January. T6l,c. May. wLl be organized to build a tele-- p C. Russell, of To-icounty, has made Cohk Norember. :3He: December, Z3Uc; Held for Murder. one line from this city to Webbville, an assignment to S. II. Perkins, of Want to Ho Marshal. May. MSStTc. Lexixgtox, Ky., Nov. 18. H. L. KyKy , to connect with a service that His liabilities are estimated at Oats Norember. ISc: December, 13J,c: May, ler, marshal of Oxford, O., and West Libfkty. Ky., Nov. 21. lover Elliott. Lawrence and Morgan S15.0G3, with assets which include 400 Hutchinson, his deputy, arrived John W. J. Seitz. of this place, is an Mayor tliic !1 here appliJr., New York. Nov. XL lount'es, with side lines into Carter acres of fine land at about $12,003. '4T. Tuesday with the Negro Henry Jencant for the office of United- - States WncAT No S red Dtcember. rounty. Ilenrr Jenfcln Confese. January. Sia83.Sc; March. SoJgTKc: Mar. kins, wno is accused of having killed xnarsi.al for t' i state. Oxfokd, O , Nov. 17. Marshal Kyler another Negro, Asa Reiss, on Mr. A. A. The Criminal Docket Clear. .3. t8Mat9Ke. December. SV3 Weight, Ky., Nov. 28. The NovemNational Fox Hunters Klect OSncers. will deliver Henry Jenkins, colored, DcLong's farm, this county, several Bardstown, Ky., Nov. 20. The Na- rSXc: May. 3i.Se. 22332c: December. 2IXc a, ber term of the Letcher county circuit arrested here for the murler of Asa weeks ago. Oats Western, tional Fox Hunters' association elected court convenes at Whitesburg Monday P.eese at Bussell Cave. Ky., to the ToLtDO, Q. Nor. 2L On Account of a GIrL officers as follows: A. II. F. Kinney, M YXUFACTUr.KK A'D DEALKR ind for the first time in her 63 years of chief of police at Lexington Tuesday. Wheat No 2 rei. cash. 91c. Dcember, 2V1 Walton, Ky., Nov. IS. Len Lassing Louisville, Sb 91Jie Mav S3Sc: No. 3 red. ea.h. 6i Dr. W. B H. aistory the criminal docket is perfectly Jenkins has confessed to the deed. ii and James Welsh, armed respectively Miller, Cons No. 2 mixed, cash. No 3 do. i ;lear This is a good showing for the Winchester, Ky., first vice 2U. Cur. llradler Iii. with a rifle and shotgun, exchanged president; H. C. Fornefi aad Ameneu Mubls border mountain couniy. Trigg, Glasgow. Ky., Oats No I mixed, cash. ISSi Ky.. N07. 17. Gov. Fr.AXKFoirr. at Union on account of a girl. 'JsS I.YE No. 2 mixed, cash, S7Hc: No. 3, co, Judge llrzelrlc? in III. Bradley was taken suddenly ill Sunday Welsh got a bullet through his wrist second vice president; N. W. Halsted, AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, . Fkanm-oktKy., Nov. 23. Judge night with symptoms of flux. He was end Lassing was well sprinkled with Bardstown, third vice president; Frank I Hogan, LouisviUe, secretary. Board Cattle Good IfniAXspoLis. Ind.. Nor. 21. flazeirigg, who has the Jackson and confined to his bed Monday, but the rabbit shot. All parties are colored. to choice medium red hiavy, Tombs, Tablets, I of Directors W. SL Walker, Kentucky; '3:5 31V mixed. iX:t3:5 good to choice Mailing cases, is confined to his home attending physician docs not think his l'retty Girl 3IUslnr;. A. Weir. Ohio; R, W. C. Gregg, Ohio; .lgtts. c3 35t 3 0. IIkadstones, Ur.Ni), condition alarming. i nd may not be out for several days. FRAXKForrr, Ky.. Nov. 15. Mary W. W. Ramsey, Kentucky; Jack Chinn. fciiiip Fiw sheep on hand here and He is suffering with grippe and the Sr.vn.Hny, lite 14 i 11 a. , . prices. Brock, aged 24, a pretty domestic, has Kentuck; Dr. J. Sturgill, West Virgin- icar'Ket quiet at I spin inn will not be given out till he jvif'fire all together. been mysteriously missing since Sun- ia. The e ;t stake was run ThursFINS WORK A SPECIALTY - fMiiall anus keir "?J"A. Ik day. Her parents fear foul play. day. There were 36 entries. gmtleman, residing Knulr to Ile.(.ypnblc 1,1 xriiK a Another Tollcate It Id. Placed on the Itetlretl LUt. Pixnvnj.e. rov 23. Andy near here, was kicked by a wild horse 2F Tour Trade isolicited.grj Washington, Nov. 1&. Capt. Alex. Versailles, Ky., Nov. 2a A mob P.oark. who claimed to be 130yearsold, Monday and seriously wounded. Mahan, II. S. N., was Tuesday placed composed of between 15 and 20 men, York delivered to any part of tht i.ed at his home in Leslie county. He Heavy floods have occurred throughon the retired list at bis own request, armed with axes, shotguns and re- and about which such tender recollecdied suddenly, and made remarks that Statu. STWrite for Designs and volvers rode through Woodford county ac had outlived all his neighbors and out a large section of Bosnia and 24 after 40 years active service in connections cluster persons are reported to have drowned, tion with law, the announcement was between midnight and 2 o'clock ThursPrices. cvas willing to die. EICHMOND, IvEXirCKY, as that of whilt the damage to property has been received at the navy department with day morning and chopped down the May llecin Monday. OBclal Count GKO. 0. DOZIEU,-Proprieto- r. "Mother" tollgates on eight of tho ten turnpikes astonishment, as Capt. Mahan would Fkaxkfokt. Ky., Nov. 28. If Gov. immense. Ii vine Streets. she who have been promoted to the rank of leading into Versailles. The raiders Bradley's health permits the official commodore in a few months, and could warned the Kii'hmon.l, Ky. that they All Voted fur the Mnjor. watched ;ount of the vote at the recent elecWest Linninr, Ky., Nor. 21. 'Squire then have retired with increased pay. would be killed if they collected any our helpless begin Monday. No notice tion will x w more toIL A determined effort will be To Contest the Election or Taylor. infancy and 1 has been received of a contest by the E. . Ell.ngton, who lives in MagisrN-- made to arrest the raiders and turnHON. C T. CALDWELL, Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 18. The reterial district No. 11. in Morgan counsilver democrats. -., guided our & s fl ty, has broken all previous records by pnblican state committee met here pike officials have decided to offer large first totter- The 1'ulUb Home Dedicated. furnishing 75 nephews, 31 cousins and Monday in conjunction with about one rewards. Chicago, Nov. 23. The new perme step. Fireman's Costly Uath. one brother who voted fer Maj. Mc- hundred leaders and decided to conof Parkersburg, V. Va., Recommanent home of the Polish national Louisville. Ky., Nov. 20. The board AM Kinley at the last election. 'Squire test the election of R. L. Taylor, demi i IffD 17 iThe life of Onr factory on Laurel Street in d mends Wrights Gelery Division and Noble streets, of public safety Ibursday established alliance at ocrat, for the office of governor. AlEllington is 60 years of ape every Ex 13 now running, and we are was formally dedicated to the use of voted but one democratic and never leged frauds in west Tennessee wiU the moral, "Never bathe," when it dismmi wo: ami Capsules. vote, and prepared to fill orders for twist of the missed from the service Willis Levi, the alliance Sunday afternoon. Imthat was for Hon. John W. Kendall, constitute the basis of the contest. (Mother is ceremonies were held under (now deceased) for congress six years stoker of Engine Company No. a He pressive H a beset with Tiie boiler in the large saw mill near had been in the department for 15 the auspices of the local alliance and ago. o! Parkeesbueg, W. Va., Peniel, exploded the other night with years and had a good record. He was" were participated in by distinguished danger. January 264 Telephone Wires Torn Doirn. terrible results. Three men, named taking a bath one day last week when Polish citizens from all parts of the ii "V bight JIed. Co., Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 2L Three Sheets and Milhoan and L. C Ingram, a fire alarm came in. His engine was country. M. times in the past week night raiders were almost instantly killed, Columbus, Ohio. sent out without him and the Hues have destroyed the telephone wires be- t were burnt out, costing the city a large so assists Nature in the change taking Gentlemen; I have been using i Killed the Postmaster. tween here and Farmdale. Mr. FarrAND"A ol sum of money. Women are mer, Wright's Celery Capsules since Novemplace that the Expectant Mother is Campbellsvillk, Ky., Nov. 19. the agent at Farmdale, is the Li s notoriously 'HOC Deboe Enters the Cnntc-t- t for Senator. Ben O. enabled to look forward without dread ber, 1SJ4. and find them to be as recomstone mason, stabbed of their owner of a lot of turnpike stock and to deathSkaggs, a Johnson, Louisville. Ky., Nov. 20. State Sen- to the hour when she experiences the Brands, three grades. "We can save yon mended. Randall 1 first beir.m taking them the vandals who are tearing down the postmastei health even will monev. J. more so than wires are supposed to bs a part of the at Brushey. in the southwest portior ator W. for Detoe, of Marion, is a can- joy of AiotherfiootL It insures safety be glad Send ua a tiial order; yonEspe- while at Hot Springs. Aik, nuder treatrvM) 4riei v with our producU. United States senator to of this county. They had a difficulty didate men. Much of raiders. over hogs. Johnson was a prominent tucceed Senator Blackburn. In a let- to both Mother and Child, and she is cially pleased to hear from country mer- ment fcr Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and I SrFii' rrrtheir trouble Stomach trouble Constipation which I 1 Sew Train Shed it Loalsrllle. ter to Representative Freeman, of this found stronger after than before con- chants. comes from , republican. SssSrSkv city, he announces his candidacy and finement in short, it "makes ChildWhite Ifev and Nicely Selected Stock iKfr&& Ross. chronic constipahad been a long sufferer. I found the Louisville. Ky.. Nov. 2L The IlliReduced the Assessment. asks the support of the Louisville mem- birth easy," as so many have said. tion. That makes nois Central railroad Friday purchased Celery Capsules gave me great relief Richmond, Ky. VNCES . Nov. Just Received and at Hon. Frankfort. poor appetite, for 8115,000 the property adjoining its John W. Yerkes Ky., before 10. state ber. Representative Freemsn last ses- Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but 49 Sb.sstfrom the beginuing anefhave used them 2 was the biliousness, dysunion passenger depot on the river railroad commission Wednesday sion stood by Dr. Hunter and afteranc ward tried to ever since. "With pleasure, and unsopepsia, causes front for the purpose of erecting have Mayor Todd de?? a succeeded in getting a redaction o) distress after eat. licited, I recommend them to any and duplies te of its train shed, which is 500 a mile on the assessment of thai clared the nominee. ing, dizziness, used by six roads. This will make one ! ulGES- all suffering with like afflictions or either "My wife suffered more in ten rnlnntes with A Ulackburn Man IlL road. coated toneue either of her other two children than she did of the largest passenger stations in the $23,500. The assessment was fixed ef of there. Very truly yours. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 20. Judge W. al together with-- her !ast,hsving previously used ROUTE and sallow complexion. It's such a n - S30C9O9UOvC-vGS,CG. Gossom, of Bowling Green, is serilour bottles of Mother's Frieml." It Is a blessChaulesT Caldwell. thing that people are careless about United States. Denny Making a Still Hunt. ing to anyone expecting to becomo a mother, -- BEST URE TO AKB FRQ- Kously sick of erysipelas. He repre- Mys a customer." Hksdzuosc Dale, Canni, 111. it so careless that more serious sickness T. S Hagan, Druggist. Trice Sold by Jfew Katlroad Complet-tLexington, Ky., Nov. 19. It leaked ensues and frequent visits to the doctor Elm Grove, Ky., Nov. 2L The grad0 cents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug-tor- e OLD GOLD" out Wednesday morning that Judge sented Warren connty in the last ses- ct price, fixo PER BOTTLE. become jircessary. Sit by mil. on ired- Mothers" raiilerl bee, cpiIa1&c ing of the Brooksville and Wcllsburg DenRy is making a still hunt for the in- sion of the legislature, and voted for Book "To ExpecUftt and get free sample. I-iTmlpAblc information and Tolimttrj tutimosisls. Senator 'Blackburn on every ballot. Itreallr enis strange, when the rem- railroad was finished Friday, an r soiia VttlbnIetTrajii-wttledy is so easy, that so many people will engine and cars arrived here.and The ternal revenue collectorship for the He has always said that he would vote The BRAOFIELO regulator CO.ATLAirra.aa. Seventh district, the office on which for Blackburn rars.K'esmit Coaches, Dining atn. VVrriipi SOLD BY SIX DRUGGISTS. allow themselves to remain subject to improved Frlvme mid even if his name was c;io.i,.rr.huflet laieM Cnrs, majmlfl- - Wanied-track will be completed in three Chairman Sam. Boberts has set hii lx.nnnni-n- t H'eefi"!: such troubles. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelwithdrawn. An of some simple Idea Who caathlak rently InniWifd with toilet nrcessorie In lets cure constipation. That means that weeks. Work began on this road 18 heart. . :C Besi terminal aullon. months ago, but for some nnknownj Plenty of Candidates. tucll coraparlnient. they are good for bi1;'Nrsncss, sick and Land Slain by His Son. cause was not finished. Ibvins, bilious headaches, indigestion, sour stomT. Was llogtdn. D. Cfor their Xsoo prlia oner West Lireett, Ky., Nov. 19. Mat for county Ky., Nov.be20. Candidates and list vl tiro haadrea LrxeaUocs rrantcU. offices, to voted for next ach, liver troubles, windy belchings, i thias Lewis, who was struck in the November, are everywhere. Accused of McrJer. "heart-burn,- " Catulence and dyspepsia. There West LiDEirrr, Ky., Nov. 2L The head with an ax by his oldest son last Willi HufTet Parlor They-ar- t are 17 candidates for jailer, two for tiny, granules that examining PolIilVstlbaIelTrtrs DONE I HAAE ALL Pnn I'Aiiriita mwi ninlii' Carx. and V'ir:ier the merest child will take readily. They the murdertrial of 1'rank Pelfrey, for week, died Wednesday. A The fathei circuit clerk, one for county clerk, KlrliRr5i InUovcr of FrankWiliianis, was had corrected the son. warrant hai and one for sheriff on the republican ere m:ld. irentle. eraick and efficient Bridge. aoIUinjflle His. the New ilercliante' concluded Friday. Judge McKenzie been issued for the younger Lewis. TJtcy arc of purely vegetable composition I'greeablo tnnnel. ticket. held him over to await the action of and work in strict accord with nature. of land for sale. This land lies in Holler mows Dp. Found la Louisville. Thcv cause no griping and areas pleasant the grand jury, which convenes next ' Wright, Ky., Nov. 19. The boiler ol the Foxto-w- precinct, Ky., TJov. 20. Mary ty TyM rnKeTiearV-o-Madison counLouisville, in their action as they are pleasant to week. f tho Blue the steam saw and grist mill of M. J. Brooks, the young girl who,mysteri-ousl- y take. Their help Jasts. Therefore you. Glass region, immediately on a Tlie onl'f TliroHsh Sleeping Canine frort Deserted Her Haby. Wright & Co., blew up at Millstone. disappeared' from JYankfort ltat ucontyroad. NOTICE, don't become a slave to their use as with -SLAwnEXCrnjuRG, Ky.. Nor. 21. PATS THE.. Letcher county, and Gcs Coloard. Sunday, has been found in this d ClucJnna'i. Zlegunt Vagner SleephiK tar. fBB'lBSB' ther pills. Once used thev are always 1$ under extra good fence, well Harris and his wife were arrested formerly of Tennessee, was seriouslj It was thought she was drowned. city. Uvcr. One little Pellet is a laxative. iere accused of deserting watered, very productive and uas a a?f?ssssssssps?sss;5Ss?sssssssssss$s their hurt. The damage was heavy. are mildlv cathartic Dno PTli new modern house. Can be bought Well Known Trainer Dies. j baby, which has since died They taken after dinner will promote digestion - Ky., Nov. Store Robbed. cneap. Lexington,20. Wesley " to relieve distress from over eating werecheld to await the proceedings of Bekbt, Ky., Nov- - 19. Tht general Fieldsr aged 55, died at his home here JAMES GAERISOK The "?outhwefern I.tratled" Slld Vetl th; grand jury. Harris is an they-jarMAGHET10 PAY FOR THE . nnerjualed. . Yqrj Pnlml Tratiit, with CotabiuaUon library, merchandise store of Renaker & Son of la grippe. He was one the belt ing. Kn(TftKinianio!cliigUra, Wseucr HIeeplai; CACTIOy.-D- r. was broken into and a considerable known'traincrs ot thoroughbred hor&la Tierce Pleasant IVlleU l.iml rs an easy name to reraemLer. Dont let a do. "UJ ANTED yAirirFui, men 01 'the b.irx. Elegant Coaehennna DlnlBR Carx, street SERYIKE H amount of goods in the" way Ing pttweuger In YerkCKy.atsd iMUghlln ii "mon to travel for resnonKi a fact toepoL PositivelyMewFerry TnMWfer. no wf anirgist taItou into "sometbmK Just Fraskfobt, Will Hang January 0.Gov. tag, shoe and Jewelry tstolen. of cloth- j in the west it asgoort- .- IletsaLca more money oc the"1arf Ky Nor. 2L tauiisneu nouse in Kentucky. t Heaviest Corn Crop larTears. Meket rMlf vksf'FOUR Ef,8ik!sff?8niMityRistsfJ. JfSlrtftA 2KS WHT """M aEer Bradley Friday morning- is&aed the Physician Dead. en tuera. That'sTJi?t'stoo had ebelter not way ana expenses. Jfosiuon p, Tnr,vn , T7.. i7, 1" ' taka Jr ,IK VrtlKr. orrocs ail WeaMiosMss rasaMsnff fiMa crtr er l'cr t" ScMltt. ImosbcIs, FaBtec Mmrwry. end sll ao, Campbells-tille-, death warrant for Robert Laeghlia, SssVssKsssssW jvjr.iuv, iu ran - oora CTCp iienc Keierence. r issoKwe ml r "Kyi, Nev. 19. Tj.r j ajxt mHk ; gg8 ht $5. shy-rJK,fetJ?,1,lto to 7 dows) of TJeaeaBt the wife murderer of Bracken comity, TVHltom Floyd, a dr&esed etfttnned . eHreleeel Hr"3c4ssBiisr!riB item emlwiau. At ALS8BIDJLPEE.U4-g J t jswoicitta . Qfe, at. HsWilHlMfMIMrlrltiT r Km. r5!h taamg Jaswrrj 9 mym &fc ei execa- - das; Is 3ea atMaBMiUe, Vkk wi' V SStffaiiffiyffift OHpeajsrjr WWli 3fitiottiilgfKi$r JwmifOiee, . . . . - i WiG. WliiOnigjMtv BJc&wondJK j. -, M, -.ly.MKr wwww ,'xa; i lr" ! 13.1 '!--.tV- ix i r will you to stoc-k-. 1 sound-mone- y Lexisctox, Ky., 'or. 23. The principal topic of discussion in political circles here Sunday was the probable movcoents of Senator Blackburn in the fu'.urc He was here Saturday and conferred with several friends, among- them Senator J. P. Saylor, of Morgan connty. As a result of this conference dame rumor had it Sunday that Senator Blackburn has given vip the contest for United States senator and will throw his support to Bradley and will then become a candidate for governor of Kvntue-- y. Senator Blackburn could not be seen, so the statement is given for what it is worth. , Marshall, McLean aad Mont where returns were irregnlai 'and which have ncTer been put on tht i official table. McLean county simplj certifies that McKinley received 93: votes and Bryan 1,33X The other counties named the first 'electors and will be counted at leasi for Smith and Kass. But it is thought that as McLean has certified the vote of no elector by name that the board can not count it for any one. The result will be that Smith, the leading democratic elector, will lose a 52C majority and that Kass' majority over Smith in the state will be increased thereby from the latest revised figures, to S40. This result will not affect the ejection of Smith as one of the electors, as he will still be ahead of Mason, the third elector on the republican ticket. The only result the ot count which could defeat Mr. Smith now would be the throwing out of Owen county. This can not be done by the state canvassing board, for Owen is properly and regularly certified. It can, however, be done by the state contest board, which is a different body and before which it is understood CoL Breckinridegs fight has been begnn. Louisville, Ky., Nor. 17. The official vote of Kentucky in the late election has been compiled, and unless the canvassing board rejects the vote of some of the counties on technicalities, the result will stand as follows: Highest republican vote, 218,075; highestdemocratic vote,217,S23; highest gold democratic vote, 5,103; highest prohibition vote, 4.470. Total vote, f45,47.'i. Kash. the first repnblican elector, ran about 3,000 votes ahead of his ticket and Smith, the first democratic elector, about 2.900 ahead. The figures give McKinley a plurality a 24i and elect 12 republicans and one democratic elector, the latter by 2,471 connties 2, Four SerloojlrWcoaded and Fire Fune-tared 'With j PATirnAir, Ky., Hot. 18. Four Negroes were seriously wounded and fie 'others sprinkled with buckshot Monday night by a mob of white men at Altoona, 15 miles below here on the Tennessee river. Fifteen Negroes were engaged in cutting timber for the Standard Oil Co. They had been ordered to leave, being told that nc 2iTegroes were allowed to stop there. John Keeber, the foreman, decided there was no danger of violenc,and the Negroes were titting around an old smoke house when a mob of 50 men swooped down upon them and began firing-Some of the Negroes ran into the woods and others sought refuge in the house with the foreman. The mob started to bum the house, but the foreman sued for peace and the Negroes were given 25 minutes in which to leave. The seriously wounded are: Smith Torlman, Mitch Clark, John Boyd, Zena Jenkins. They were brought to this city. No effort has been made to apprehend the mob. Not a Negro can be found for miles around Altoona Tuesday. Several hare been killed by mobs in this neighborhood before. EXTRA SESSION. Kentnckr Lec'"tnra Will 3Iret Etrlj In , Back-shot- . . Attacks a, A WHITE MOB Group of Kesroea as Altoona -- Janaarj Foltlre Made. Aanoanccment is s BY HEROIC WORK LEADERS' CONFERENCE. Gov. Bradley Delaying the Extra Sesstat .The Citizens Saved tha Business Portloc or Danville, Ky., From Destruction. ' Till Presldent-EleMcKinlry 2tamet UANniE, Ky., Nov.2a An attempt His Cabinet. ' Frankfort, Ky;, Nor. 19. The wm made to burn the business portion mysterious meeting here Wednesday of Danville at 4 o'clock Thursday politician! morning. The fire was started In a I night of a number of of prominence has started frest former livery stable, owned by Mrs. speculation In regard to the pros- - Nannie B. Brewer, of Bowling Green, pective session of the legislature. and occupied by Finch & Moore, agriAmong those who are here are Nation- cultural Implement dealers. It wm al Committeeman John W. Yerkes. 'only by the hardest work, that tlu flames were kept from spreading t Speaker Charles Stanford, Congress men Pugh, Davidson and Colson. It ii Brace's lireiy stable adjoining and U said they came here to discuss the "other buildings. The losers are: Mrs. p and incidentally Brewer, $3,500; Finch & Moore, S4,50): the distribution of Kentucky patron- insurance, 83,500; B. G. Fox, 5500; nc insurance. age. A fine Messenger Chief brood mart Speaker Blanford declared that hii and a colt by Gambonito, belonging tc only mission is to get thcindopseroenti for the appointment of United Statei F. T. Fox, were burned in their stamarshal. It developed, however, that ble. J. C Cowan, who roomed in the secthey had been in conference with Gov. Bradley in regard to the special sessioc ond story of Mrs. Brewers building, and the election of senator, but nc was not awakened until the fire and smoke had reached his apartment. He definite plans were announced. i It is said the legislative session is behad a narrow escape. The fire was undoubtedly started by ing delayed by Gov. Bradley pending talk that he may be tendered a cab- an incendiary, believed to have been an unknown Negro driven from the Mcinet position by President-elec- t stable Wednesday night by Charier Kinley. Finch. The Negro, as hi let, slashed National Fraterm! Congress Elects OfFinch across the breast with a razor. ficers. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 19. The NaGOEBEL MAY BE OUSTED. tional Fraternal congress elected offi Democrats Warn tbeDlick. cers Wednesday morning. J. G. Johnburn lien. son, of Kansas, representing the y Louisville, Ky., Nov. 20. A United Order of Woodmen, was chosen democrat in the interior of the president; J. E. Shepard, of Lawrence, Mass , representing the United state is authority for the statement that if Blackburn's friends show a disOrder of Pilgrim Fathers, vice presiposition to resort to the tacitcs emdent, and W. W. Sackett. of Pennsylmembers vania, was secretary treas- ploye last year urer. Port Huron, Mich., was selected of the state senate, democrats and reas the meeting place for next years' publicans together, will the senate and elect a national democongress. crat as a successor to President pro tern Horn in the Ambulance. Is believed," said the Louisville, Ky., Nov. 19. Tber Goebel. "It democrat, that the rewas an ambulance call at the city hos pital at two o'clock Wednesday morn- publicans would Join us. We have ing for Mary Johnson at Tenth and nothing against Goebel in particular but we Jefferson streets. The woman wai a trick want to show the Bryan men or two." very sick when placed in the ambulance. What was Driver Ed Shank'i Four Eloplnc; Couples. surprise when arriving at the hospital Louisville. Ky., Nov. 20. Four he found two inmates in the ambueloping couples from Kentucky crossed lance instead of one. Both mother and the river Thursday and were married child were doing well Wednesdaj in Jeffersonville. Ed H. Pence and morning. Ida L. Cooper, of Georgetown, were married there during the night. Know of Xo Contests. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 10. Cong- George Hicks and Allie Cloyd George JL Davidson, of eloped from Casey county and were ressman-elect the Eighth district, arrived Wednesday united by a magistrate. They rode morning. He took a memorandum part of the way on horseback. Harry of the official figures, showing his elec- Ditzler and Fannie Meigs, and Will tion. Congressman-elec- t Pugh, of the Coots and Harriet French, of this city, were the parties to a double elopement. Ninth district, and Congrassman-elec- t Fitzpatrick, of the Tenth district, were They went over tho river Thursday also here. Both deny that they know morning, and the same preacher performed the ceremony. anything of contests. ct Keatucky-senatorshiSound-Money 9&&3&tttt&c'fr2wtt&z BUTT AN ELEGANT BUTTON FR v w wmlm r. iu4s7yf.i iK 0 n fa twi v s4 Pa 13 ffiffr- mm Yf 93 8 FREE PUP STAIRS, IR fs J (a e. ( with each package of GHAR6E GF A TJ MRS rawKl Ff IRQ c r 3 c Store Crowded With Gocc in great variety at LOWEST PRICES. HAVE our i d t t sound-mone- We have onr Cloth'ns on Second Fior. where vr.-flml a larire lighted room filled with Overeoits. B v" Alen's Suits in all s'yl--s- . and prices lovver than ever I BOOTS. t ( sound-mone- y SWEEI CAP0RAL CIGARE A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS Xhms. w HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. -- t 32a vgm&&jrtey j 1 K Handle warn ni Mc. 1 n-n- three-quarte- rs !&!& 1 ca-rl- ed k u !., O ' r t e3-So- !d spring-family- . - . 7J-- THE WILLAR jO lo. 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