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A. kSe fraWfc( j A HAZING "-- " A AT CORNELL. iJ OB WORK i. ;1 J -- J J t . - 'U tS.5-- -- CAREFULLY EXECUTED! . ri VOLUME X. ASK th- dyseptK-s- , RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, BICYCLING IN GERMANY. Somo of tjiQ Strict Rules That Havo to Bo Obsorved Thore. A Conntrr, IVhcre Kcorchln WEDNESDAY, AEBITBATI0N DECEMBER 2, 1896; President Schurmsn Appeals to the Manliness of the Students. It has been the general opinion and hope for the last two years that hazing and rushes at Cornell university were over forever, but there seems to be a disposition among some of the members of the class of 10CO to become in- NUMBER 26. G0Rii J JlSg ?y Th d I H CHcr-pes-- fever and ui;ue. the mercurial diseased patient, bow tlicy li, enrer-fn- l spirit n ti J i;ood appetite; they will loll yon liy taling Sim lie-lt- rrrnvcrrd luliuuk Mifletcs, victims . UONS LA Purest end Best Family Medicine In the World I lnun t rim I U'LK KtOU and Where Others Ilaio Klelits as V'll as the Wheelmen, Who Must Go TasseJ. Is Unknown HIS KIND ACT NOT FORGOTTEN. Charles Poster ncmcuiborod by the Sons of a Man ilo Helped. During "the years of his prosperity Charles 1'oster, of Fostoria, 0., was known far and wide for his liberality ami kindness for others less fortunate TO INCREASE THE AEMY. Gon. M'loa Makea Important in Hio Annaal Itoport. Sa3-Bostior- i3 P0PDLAE. Long-Sta- n dingr Boundary A wealthy St. Louisian living in tho Another Dispute to Bo SottlocL vicinity of Lafayette park provided a Member of tho St. Louis 400 Entertains tho Ladles with a Parlor Dog Fight. MEAL Begin Early to fight the germs of disease to be found everywhere in the air we breathe, in the water we drink. Build up the weak spots and fortify yourself against sickness by making the body germ-proo- f and you will be saved from attacks of malaria, grip and kindred complaints. -- For UVSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. a-- id v ,ti ix. Xiti 5 ronft w c V: -- g those Southern II not s and Herns un an vise Providence lias, placed in . where Liver Diseases niosi pre'hil i It will cure oil Disease caused by Derangement ei the Liter and liovtels. i c M i !I 'JVS of Liver Complaint are c " d taste ia tae mouth; Pain in the or -s 1 T ) -- is.'ten mistaken for Ulieu-- r n. Sour Stemach; l.oss of Apriet'e: ' t mate' cos'ive and lax; lleatlaclie, 1 v i I k with a painful sensation oc -- 1 o do snnietr-in- i w'nch oagl't to ra .-jt- lone; Debility: l.nw Spirits, a thick w v iranceof the SVin ari Kve,adry n m 5sV.cn for Consumption. t - many of these symptoms attend n .ease, at otners rery few; bjt the I.t CR tv of the disease, and it not is j. r rall the I tn time, 1 ' DEATH prcat sjfferin;. wretcheJ-i- r will cnfciie I i. t v. highly esteemed persons attest to t Liver inurs of Simmons V. 1 en v s Holt, Pres-l.S R Co, Itev -- ' ier, Perry, Oa ; K E. K s. A!- io .a t Mscron Um .Sheriff llibD Co, ' A. xandr H. Stephens. O .w hi tsrrd its irtt.es. irfr.snnallv nn f V w t at for Dvsnepsia, liliousnes.1; and ' ' rf Headache it is thebest mcdicirc the 1 -- rsaw v Wetried forty othcrremcdici 1- PURELY VEGETABLE. kv. or anv mineral suto,t.tm.c but la .tisaitacUsSlCKHUAUACmU iic, r,f bpirits KOUU STOMMII, etc. This unrivalled rrmidv is not to "ontatn n sineje rwiw it i ;fi ., T, -- "- ' sit t- - Keit'-nMo- a 1 s-- 1 T . It is o n- J r monsLiver3tefrulator.lutnont;ave idii eniorarv re'ief; 1t the KeT'j- only rel "ed, but ctned u"-t. that'll ivu 5lLi3t'CER, JIacoc Oi. 's- UtlLHEDOVLV IV s i i Ea I H. ZCILIN & CO.. Philadelphia, Pa. PROFESSIONAL COLDSN. MIS s . M LDRED GOLDEN, TYPEWRITER. Mh.llAPUEll AXD l;i HMoND, Kentucky. .11- JiHi-Haw- '. S&lbtv uljoiHtng A a I .. - wfta srT?"c r, OTTZLiZjX-V-ix- Attokxey-at-La- i 1J UMOXI), - - KENTUCKY. owr Taylor's Hani ware store, op-- ; s t. c'oiirt Houpf, on Main Street. II It HOGG. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Ii iimii, ulii-e No. 13 Firat St. up stairs. 31-3- 0 .KNT II LILLY, A TTORXEY--A - T-Is-A W, I. iiMoMt, M.-- e Kentucky. e V. corner Main and Pwoml up fctairs. "Will practit-- in all s're-- t lit ..mrt- - of Madison and ndjoininp S. e Coraplaints lire made frequently by American bicycle riders in Germany the delais eatibed b' the rigorous laws go ernmg the use of bicycles on ihf public roads in that country. I'"or the benefit of such tourists. United States Consul Sawter at Giauchau gives a lew of f hesiricter rules w hich nre calle(l upon to observe throughout the einpil-eCtcl.iijr on public streets and roads, particularly in Saxony, he says, is subject to minute mid carefully enforced police regidations, which in many places prohibit altogether the use of braUelesw machines. The roads, with but few exceptions, are perfect, and wheeling is smooth and easy, but on account of rainy weather which prevails most of the year, wheel guards for wet days are indispensable. Every mnchine must ha ve an open plate or shield affixed to the braK c rod or handle bar and be provided with a spring lid on which is engraved in clear lettering the name, profession, or rank, and residence of the rider. In lieu of this. Consul Sawtcr puggests that tlie rider's card and address be attached to the handle bar, which would answer every requirement. The alarm bell is demanded everywhere. The law requires that the lamp bo rather high on the wheel and be ;ept lighted from half nn hour after sunset to half an hour before sunrise; furthermore that the light must shine through uneolorcd glass. Each bicycle must lv provided with an easily managed brake, opemting quielily and powerfully, fvj'eling on roads intended exclusively fo?, pedestrians or on the elevated foot paths and highways is prohibited. Two bicyclists may ride side by side when it can be done without blocking the thoroughfare or annoying other riders or vehicles; otherwise single file is the rule. More than two machines abreast would not be permitted under any circumstances. When meeting other bicycles or overtaking them, or when approaching passages of the rontl where it is not passible to see a long or when reaching a steep descent, the cyclist is obliged to give frequent signals with his bell. The speed must not lie high at any time. Scorching is forbidden on all German highways.--A-t very steep downgrades the cyclist must dismount and guide his wheel until the descent is passed. Cy clists are icquired to dismount at any time, if called upon by police oflicials to do so, and are obliged to give such official any reasonable personal information he may demand. I'or disregard of any of these regulation, a. fine not exi cecding CO marks, or $1 1.28. with imprisonment in jail for not more than two weeks, or both, may be inflicted foreach dis-tanc- himself. lie was always tho lirst to subscribe to any enterprise which promised to be of benefit to the community, aud was .known as a man who never, under any circumstances, foreclosed a mortgage. Mauy years ago when his father built the house now oeccupicd by Mr. Foster's mother, the contractor was a man named Johnson who in some way became involved so that his home was to be sold by the shcrriiT. Learning of the man's trouble. Mr. Foster advanced tho moaer to release the mortgage with little if any hope of ever getting any return. After a time Mr. Johnson went west and passed out of the minds of his friends there, and has since died. Before his death, however, he told his sons how Mr. Foster had befriended him and how grateful he felt for the great service. The sons prospered and Mr. Foiter failed. They invested a large r.mount, $50,000 it is said, in smelting works between Denver and Cripple Creek in Mr. Foster's name, but said nothing to Mr. Foster until the success of the project vas fully nssured. Mr. Foster has been made a director in the concern and has gone to Denver to attend a meeting of thedirectors. It is said that the works are paying immense dividends. HIS APPAREL WEIGHED HEAVY. How a Yonhcrs Burglar Shrank When Ho Was Compelled to Disrobe The Yonkers police the other morning captured 250 ounds of burglar, which netted them 150 pounds of pris- than Recommends That tho "Ilnlmam Enlisted (strength of the Standing Army 15 u One Soldier to Every Two Thousand of Population. In transmitting to the secretary of war the anuual report of the department commandecs in connection with his own reports upon the military operations of the past year. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, commanding the army, takes occasion to commend iho discipline aud personnel of the army. Regarding the distribution of the oner. The extra hundred was stolen feminine attire and miscellaneous dry goods, in which the thief had so swathed his person that he could not escape when pursued. At the station the sergeant ordered the man to takeoff his coat and vest. Laj er after layer of clothing was removed, and when it was all done there stood before them a person weighing about 150 pounds. These are some of the things in which be was clothed: Three pairs of corsets. Two corset waists. ' A woman's night robe. A balloon sleeve pink waist. A black merino skirt. Two white vests. A red plush wrapper. One pair of black stockings. One breakfast gown. The bottom parts of the gowns were stuffed into his trousers, which gave him the appearance of great corpulency. Stuffed in his bosom were a feather fan and a piece of duchess lace. His name was James McClosky and he is 35 years old. In the bundle which he carried were several hundred miscellaneous articles, some of which were very valuable. There were clothing, shoes, hats, caps, pipes, pocketbooks, jewelry, sil-- v erw are. tw o w atches and a small handbag containing money. WOULD GUARD army at important fortifications along the 0,000 miles of sea coast and at certain points along the 7,tO0 miles of national boundary, which is necessary to give security against a foreign foe and protection from Indians. Gen. Miles most earnestly recommends that no consideration for the location of military posts be entcrtaine1. except when they are called for by the military authorities and deemed absolutely essential for the national requirements. Gen. Miles recommends that the enlisted strength of the army be fixed at one soldier to every 2,000 population as. a minimum, the maximum not to exceed one to every 1.CC0 of population, the strength to be determined by the president cf the United States, according to the necessities and requirements of the nation. lie renews his previous recommendation that at least two stations west of the Rocky mountains and one east be established for the accommodation of one regiment of cavalry each; also recommendations concerning tne use of bicycles and motor wagons and the promotion of enlisted men who shall be found competent after thorough examination to the grade of second lieutenant after five years' service. Referring to coast defenses, Gen. Miles renews his recommendations of last year for liberal appropriations for guns, mortars and other artillery necessities, and urges sufficient appropriations for the work of ordnance, engineer and quartermasters' departments be made available during the coming year. Among items recommended are: San Diego, Cal., $000,925; San Fraricisco, $902,850; mouth of tho Columbia river. Ore.. ?5CG,n25; Puget sound. S7C4.050. high-power offense. jit ies, and Court of Aprals. PECULIAR CASE IN SIOUX CITY. J f. & D. M. CJIIKNAULT. City Wells Saiil to ILiro Ilcen Ruined by EXPRESS CARS. Frank James, Jesse's brother, the other da3' announced his willingness to guard express cars against train robbers and guarantee railroad companies ofluc on Second street, over Clien-a- a full protection for a nominal salary and t s grocery. insurance for bin family in case of death. If retained in thiscapaeity James promSTEPHEN D. 1'AURISII, ises that no train robber or a dozen A TTORNEY A T LA W. would ever get near enough to an car to secure anything. Said he: Kentucky. e "I can go into an express car with one or two old. experienced, trusted men Caveats Trsde, Maikh, J Patents Etc- that I vv iA pick', anjd T can protect It ll'S.CDK, against two dozen robbers. The new as to patentability of invitation method of train robbers in gaining an 1 Unsurpassed facilities. of Charge. entrance into an express car by means M idcmte terms. Uefore apphing font of dynamite would cut very little figure 46- pui it. write me. with me. I would not care what the;,' used they would never get near enough to an express car door as long as 1 was on tho inside, to place dynamite where A TTORXE II'. it could do any damage, Kentucky. L n mmij, "Why. I could shoot any of them down before they could get within 25 feet of the express car. The onl v way that they ( H'ct ions solicited. lu can rob a ear that I am placed on to wnteh is for them to ditrh the whole rHTSICIAKS. train and heap it up together. and then, if I bad any life left in me after the' wreck and am within reach of my gun, DR. II. 11. GIBSON, BODY ROLLS FROM A COFFIN. 1 will still prevent them from robbing Falling Tree Causes a Shocking Sccno at the car." PHYSICIAN AXn SURGEON, n Woman's funeral. KENTUCKY. If l IIMOKII. FINDS GOLD IN THE OCEAN. The relatives and mourners who followed the hearse at the funeral of Mrs. Nugget Adheres to tho Sounding Lead Off Mary Cummings at Camden, N. J., the Newfoundland Coast. in the Jae (V.KnsImjUin, lE and w Sec - s'reei, orer Wane W druitfctere. ether afternoon were shocked by seeCapt. J. Dahl, master of the Norweing the coffin containing tho body gian bark Handy, when discharging a dashed from the hearse into the road on timber cargo at Irvine, Mass., the other CUAS. HOOKER, the wa3' to the cemetery. day. bad with him a small nugget of I ETERISARY SURGEON, While the funeral cortege was slowiy gold which he had found adhering to Grmliiofe Ontario Veterinary College. wending its way out the Mount Eph-rai- his .sounding lead after taking soundpike two men were cutting at a big ings off the coast of Newfoundland a Veterinary Dentistry aad Sterility a Special!) . tree a short distance ahead. Just as the few weeks ago- Capt. Dahl, who hails "i!ti c up stairs over New York Store, cornel hearse reached the spot the tree toppled from Fredriltshald, Norway, was at the 46- Mam ana Tirst streets. Kichroeod over with a snap and fell directly upon time on his way to Dalhousic, New the hearse. Undertaker Johnson gave Hrunsvv ick. to load his cargo. The lead . JASPJ2R, M. Dl n leap just in time to escape being killed. bad the usual thick coating of tallow on Medicine and Surgery. The frightened horses kicked and the end which comes in contact with tho Office Collins I.uiidim;, Main Street. plunged, and finally breaking away left bottom, and when hauled in he found, Telephone at resilience (the Cnrr place) on the broken hearse and the coffin, which the tiny bit of gold, about the size of a ltro,lda. sticking the Kentucky was thrown out and broken, the body bean, DalhousictoCapt. tallow. showed H I'iriiMoxn, Dahl At being lurried into the road. The greatest excitement prevailed t the merchant with whom he was among the mourners, the dead woman's transacting business, and who, on havDR.O. A. KENNEDY, daughter being seized with hysterics. ing it tested, found it to be pure gold. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, The horses were caught some distance Dahl states that before leaving he had Kentucky. away and after clearing up the debris an offer of $3,0C0 on condition that he Ririiiioxn, the body was returned to the coffin. It would furnish exclusive information as Office in Smith Building, No. 2.4 Man Street, nj was placed in a wagon and the funeral to his precise bearings at the time he o'clock. stairs Office hours 12 to ani t to j cast the lead, but refused. He was in continued its way to the cemetery. Uritish waters at the time and w ill first DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, ascertain what the government authoriitnlldlns Stones. Kentucky, The largest building stones are those ties there have to say to him on the subRichmond, used in the cyclopean walls of Banlbec, ject. He has reported the find to the in Syria, some of which measure 03 custom house office at Irvine, but reTelephone at office and residence. V feet in length by 20 in breadth, and arc fuses to give up the bit of gold. of unknown depth. Export of American Apples. G. W. EVANS, M- - D., Freak of Lightning. The exports of American apples up All the doors in John Kipp's house at to October 5 last year amounted to only Cedar Ilayou. Harris county. Tex., were 50.000 barrels, while up to the same date PlIYfclCIAN AND SlIEGEOK, opened and a lid of the kitchen range this year more than C00.000 barrels - - Kentucky. was n'own off bv a bolt of lightning Richmond, were exported. . ex-pre- rs A TTORXEYS A T LA W, Kentucky, RunMoxn, uun, lit-P'i-i GREEN CLAY Y--A T-L-A ----- ICleetrlral Current. Supeiintendcnt l'hil Carlin, of the local waterworks department of Sioux City, i.s making trouble for the street railway companies, lieeause, as he asserts, the liffusion of currents from their lines is ruining the piping of the wells on which the citj- - depends for its water supply. He lases his assertion on, a similar condition which has beenfound toexist in oilier towns throughout the country, and where, on investigation, it was found that tlie street car lines were icsponsible for the mischief. The wells here are several blocks removed from the nearest electric line, but Mr. Carlin's theory is that instead of confining itself to the rails, the current passing through them is drawn' off by gas and water pipes. Ueaching the wells, its corrosive action on the piping is so injurious that the pumps are soon rendered unwells have serviceable. Twenty-si- x i ruined within a few weeks. Now the superintendent wants the council to submit the case to a jury of experts, and if their decision is in line with his own. to require the street car company to take steps toward keeping its lightning on its own premises. bi-ci- Frank James Offers Ills Services for a Reasonable Consideration. ... e o- 7- m i - a --- --- -- -- 1 ' supposed, a seasick feeling. Aith a view of checking the spirit manifested nnd preventing more serious develop- ments. President Schnrman addressed the members of the two classes on tho vention, subject. In concluding his remarks tho Secretary Olney has just been in- president said: formed of this arrangement by Senor "Only four years ago, when Calvo, the Costa Rican minister, to came here, n comic paper in NewI first York th-whom he expressed gratification in R.nifl f hnr. tlirf wnc ti bfirrirrTTi? Tis most cordial terms. Cornell foolery. We want to that The announcement cominc , so miick reputation. Let us compel change say . . them to jjr uner iiju luuiiiiuwai semeiueni, ui ja n Cornell manliness has become the Guianan controversy is particularly natnrai to us- It is true that for the p.easing ro uie uniieu ouues, as m iast fcur ycars you have maintained the both cases the United States has been ..... ..UV. UU.X.I. , ,! ,t, fnrnn , . ,i instrumental in securing arbitration, j manic you lor it. v.ouiu vou follow our mediation in the Costa the same exnmple? I confidently apquestion having been con- peal to you, I earnestly appeal to you. fined, however, to an earnest expresWill you not say this thing must stop sion of concern and a proffer of good right here? If the men, or handful of offices, and not to an undertaking of men. who have been enacting these forcing one of the disputants to terms. things or have stirred up strife beOn Secretary Bayard's advice th-tween these classes will say that, I controversy which involves a larg.j have nothing more to ask of you. The and valuable tract of the American fame of the university shall be mainisthmus was referred to Spain for de- tained best by the students of the unilimitation, that monarchy being at thu versity. I believe it will." time engaged in drawing a boundary lino between Venezuela and Colombia. CHAPLAIN OF THE PORT. The Spanish government, while A Unique Offlco That Has lleen Abolished to the request, deferred taking In Now York City. up the Costa Rican case until it could The death of Rev. Thomas Drumm, complete the boundary case, which involved consldei-nbl- e which occurred recently, removed a labor. During this delay Cotombi.i unique officer in eccleastical circles of made grants in the disputed territory New York city. lie was formerly chap-Iai- n of the port of New ork. The to a New Jersey company for n road duties of the office were but little from Bocas del Toro to the interior with grants of land, besides awarding known to New Yorkers in general. The Domestic and Foreign Mission to the Panama Canal company over a million acres located wholly within th; society of the Protestant Episcopal limits strenuously claimed by the Cen- church of the diocese of New York supported Rev. Dr. Drumm until May 1 tral American republic. In the resulting friction Colombii last. Then he retired and the office was TARANTULA IN BANANAS. claimed that tbe time within which abolished by Bishop Potter, under Venomous Insert with Legs Four Inches whose direct supervision this special Spain should have acted on the bounLour; Mado a Captive, WINDMILL RUN BY WATER. dary question had expired, and in ISM work was. J. B. Coffey, a grocer in Center avThe duties of the. chaplain were conenue, near Polk street, Chicago, has bad A Ilright Remark by a Cincinnati Judge withdrew from the treaty. Two years fined entirely to missionary work at ago Secretary Gresham urged lwtn About a Vcrboso Lawyer. adventures. Not long ago ho was visitA young lawyer who lives in Cincincountries to submit the matter to im- Ellis island. He had to meet every imed by the "long and short men," who migrant ship. He would visit tlie imtook the contents of his cash drawer. nati tells a story that reflects some- partial adjudication and from what upon one of the older members of then inaugurated tlie treaty migrants at the government station. The other day a tarantula called on him. There he would learn their destination. Mr. Coffey did not capture the thieves, the bar of that city. The older attor- of Bogota is the outcome. His work, however, was confined enney was pleading a case before Judge Costa Rica claims on the Atlantic but he did the tarantula. Sage, and had talked incessantby for coast as far south as tho Island cf tirely to members of the Angelican The big and venomous spider dropped communion, and it was only these that out of a bunch of bananas the grocer two hours. He had gone over and over Escudo dc Veragua and the River he sought out. Having learned the desA the ground and up into the air and down Chiriqui inclusive, and on the Pacific, as tination of the new arrivals, he would had just carried from a wagon, young woman cashier at once moved below the surface of the question, until far as Burica Point. Colombia claims write to the clergyman of the various out on the sidewalk and remained there it seemed as if nothing was left for north to Cape Cracias, Adios, on the At- churches in the localities to which they until the danger was over. She had him to say. He had talked and talked lantic, and to the River Golfito, empty- were going. never seen a tarantula before and did until most of the listeners were either ing into the Golfo Dulce, on the racifie. By this mean of communication heads The United States has large interests not like the looks of the horrid thing. asleep or wished they were, and thoso who were still awake were about mak- in this territory, particularly at and of Episcopal congregations throughout Mr. Coffey knew about tarantulas and the United States were constantly inproceeded with caution to capture it. ing up their minds to rise in their might near Cocas del Toro. formed of newcomers to their respective The tarantula was torpid with cold nnd and throw cltairs and things at him, when suddenly and unexpectedly the RETURNING TO WAYS. parishes. the grocer kept the store door open so Since Dr. Drumm's retirement the man stopped short and Chicago Expressmen Havo Adopted a Ne' it would not liven up prematurely. He work has been prosecuted by tho a glass fruit jar to a tropical coughed. heated Rind of Wagon Covers. Brotherhood of St. Andrew on an even "I would iike a glass of water," said temperature and clapped it over the tarPrairie schooners, or excellent counho to the court attendant, and the man terparts of them, are getting to be no larger scale, but the chaplaincy of the antula. Under the genial warmth the port of New York has been abolished. animal soon showed the friskiness of disappeared to get it unusual sight on the streets of Chicago. The brotherhood has a representative n For a moment there was a his disposition by crawling inside the The stormy days of last week saw scl- at Ellis island in the person of Miss sigh from the listeners, and then eral of them in the jar, which was immediately covered district, Amy Ivie, who was a colaborer of Dr. d with its cap. A hole was punched in Judge Sage leaned forward to the and the appearance of the huge Drumm in his lifetime and for a long who tells the story nnd vans is getting too common to time identified with the metal cap to give his venomosity young lawj-ethe work. air, and the capture was complete. The whispered: excite much comment. One old man on "Why don't you tell your friend, Al- the corner of La Salle nnd Madison animal is a healthy specimen of its MME. NORDICA ANGRY. kind. Its hairy legs are four inches fred, that it is against the law to run a streets declared the sight of one of windmill with water." long. them reminded him of the days of 4'), Says She Will Not Appear Again with when he made a trip overland to CaliJem Do Reszke. ROTHSCHILDS AFTER MINES. DEAF MUTE TALKS AND HEARS. fornia, but as a rule the strange vehicle s Mme. Lilian Nordica has refused to They Are Said to Ilo Negotiating for the Wonderful Invention of a Man Styling pass unnoticed among the crush of renew her contract with the MetropoliHimself tho Human Telephone. traffic in tho business streets. Valuable Mariposa Grant. tan Opera company, and has left A man calling himself "the human The specimens of prairie schoonei's Hamilton Smith, a representative of declaring in a huff that she will tho London Exploration company, con- telephone" created no little interest seen in the city nre, of course, not the not appear in any role with Jean de among the business men of Oak Park, genuine article, nor nre they even Gypsy Reszke again. trolled by the Rothschilds, which is the largest mining syndicate in the world, near Chicago, the other day. He was wagons. They are merely teamster's She says, among other things, that arrived in New York city lately and, it a deaf mute and carried credentials vans provided with a new variety of i Melba has been favored all along be which showed him to be J. C. Chester, cover recently introduced among tie cause she is an American, while she is said, will soon go west to examine of the Jehus of the city. It only takes a few (Nordica) has been subjected to out one or two mining properties of which of Glendive, Mont., nn the Rothschilds are considering the Columbus (0.) deaf mute asylum and curved iron rods and a properly mace rageous treatment by the singers and purchase. It is said that one of tho the inventor of a curious instrument cinvas to transform the ordinary open , hy De Iteszke ,n particular. a ia.i iCic..s..- properties which the Rothschilds have which enables him to speak and hear. uBu.i ui uiuj, When Xordca.8 lollg. statement was vehicles ' under consideration is the Mariposa He was soliciting money to pay his way tionof one of the Mbe manifestcd to Washington and there defray the of the plains Sevwnl drivers havTi shmvn Q to - de fae grant, in Mariposa county, Cal., con d aston. d to nnfe what sisting 01 44,000 acres in the heart of expense of a patent for his strange con- adopted tho idea as cheap and weather- - isnmentV "Whv," exclaimed the tenor, trivance, which he says can be used by tight, and when perishable goods are to 'Mother Lode country. This property is awful; is ridiculous. There be carried rig up the covering on the isthis a word it Renlly. though, this is owned by John W. Mackay, Senator any mute or deaf person. . not He speaks with the aid of a small approach of rain, appearing plainsmen d John P. Jones, of Nevada; Alviza statement is absurd. That I requested j and the Hobart estates. It is not nickeled affair, which is concealed in for the nonce. But the white canvases, the Metropolitan opera management known exactly how much money is in- the mouth and which serves him as a if they continue to grow numerous in to give certain parts in Wagner operas volved in the deal, but it is enormous. palate, nis voice is an exact counter- the city, will considerably change tlie to Mme. Melba is without the slightest streets on a Punch aspect of the down-tow- n The sudden determination of Senator j part of that of the foundation. I have, indeed, urged Mme. to go to Europe, it is said, is fn and Judy figure, nis telephone appara-- f rainy day. Jones Melba to master the German tongue, tus consists of a dry current battery some way connected with the consumIN SEARCH OF HER PARENTS. just as I have urged every other singer mation of this deal. Mr. Smith re- carried in his hip pocket and insulated with whom I have come in contact. turned to England only a few months wires running from this to a transmit- Ina May Smith, aua Indiana Girl. Tries to "In Chicago last year we had our first fcolvo Mystery. ter and to his left ear. The coils and ago after examining several large propIna May Smith, of Ligonier, Ind., l.is experience, nnd I told every member of other parts of his telephone system conerties in the west. One of these, it is tain 500 yards of fine wire. He says he entered upon a search for her parents, the company at the time that they said, was the big Anaconda mine at worked two yea'rs on the invention and whom she refuses to believe are dead, should learn German. If Mme. Nordica Cripple Creek, which is controlled by hopes to make a success of it for the though years havo elapsed since she declares 1 have made as much as D. II. MofTet and Eben Smith, of Denin one night. I will offer to pay her sake of those who arc afflicted like him- knew of their whereabouts. Ina Mny ver. self. Smith was taken to the Chicago found- $5,000 if she can prove it. 1 have never lings home when a babe of eight reached that sum in one performance. Bear Heavy- Pressure, A Child's Heart in Spirit. months, where she was found and Professional jealousy? Who knows?" Piscatorial authorities of highest Among the bizarre articles offered for repute say that fishe3 and mollusks sale recently at the Hotel Druot, Paris, adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, liv" and the singer shrugged his shoulders ing at Brimfield, Ind., and who hare in a deprecatory way. living at a depth of more than three was n child s heart immersed in a Mme. Melba, too, has left town, and miles under water have to bear a pres- of spirits, and, although 97 years jir ' aided her in her search for her parents. had sure of several tons, the weight being parsed since the organ was placed in its Mrs. Smith, her mother, was last heard there is a decided flutter in the circles that of the .superincumbent brine, transparent receptacle, every portion of from in Chicago eight years ago, sin;e that cater to these operatic stars. which exerts its power from all sides it, right and left auricle and ventricle, which time her whereabouts havo been Gold in tho Ocean. alike. The reason that they are able and even a portion of the aortic arch a mystery, iiiiss bmitu learneu for the Prof. Liversidge, of the Sydney(Au-stralifirst time that she had a sister living, to bear this tremendous weight is be- was in a perfect state of preservation. university, has made chemical but no intelligence was given her of cause they have exceedingly loose tisPrlvato Libraries. her father's whereabouts and she fear3 experiments which, he says, show that sues, which allow water to flow through A list of the private libraries in the he is dead. She proposes to continue there are over 100,000,000,000 tons of every interstice, thus equalizing the weight. When the pressure is removed world, with a description of their con- the search until the mystery is solved. gold dissolved in the ocean water of the tents, is about to be published in Leip-si- She is 17 years of age. well educatljd world, if the rate of one grain per ton, they die almost instantly. The first part describes over 500 and unusually pretty, and the people of which he found on the Australian coast, Water Famine In Paris. libraries in tho United States and Can- this city are lending her all the as- holds everywhere. The warm weather in Paris increased ada; the second part will take up the sistance possible. A Lost Volruno. the consumption of water so ranch tha private libraries of Great Britain. Sagacious Monkeys. On November C, 1S41. a large volcano householders were asked to limit the The monkeys of South America Feem appeared in the Pacific, 500 miles off .Paper Restaurant in Hamburg. consumption of water as much as posA restuurant composed entirely of lo comprehend the meaning of picturiis, the coast of Japan. It spouted fire for sible in their houses, and to shut thp main trap between nine p. m. and five paper has been constructed in the port for they often grin with merriment, it five days, and then suddenly disapIs .aid. at a comic design. peared. a. in., in ordpr to avoid a water famine. of Hamburg". never-failin- intended to call together for an informal e tiling. Her husband promised to provMa such novelty, and took a l.'"ii companion into Ids confidence to fiat end. They had not exchanged ideas HO consecutive seconds before they hit upon the device of converting the elegant parlors into a gambling house pro tern. A faro bank, a roulette wheel " nnd poker and keno were easily procurable, as the conferrcca well knew, and that par of the programme was soon settled. The friend suggested as a pretty epilogue the introduction of a pair of bulldogs, guaranteed to reduce each other to mince meat in three rounds. This rather staggered the ambitious host, but his friend is n ward politician, and with the eloquence he always keeps on draught he soon convinced the other that the evening would lie a failure without those bulldogs. The evening arrived, and with it cpine the guests. The ladies were prettily shocked at the sight of the gambling paraphernalia, but became accustomed to it in an astonishingly short time aud shared in the games w ith becoming vim. It was when the yellow bulldogs made their unexpected entrance that the horror of the fair guesta proved genuine. The beasts yelped and growled and showed other peculiarly canine symptoms of "spoiling for n fight," Thereupon the ladies sought refuge on the piano and card table and chairs, conducting their retreat as from a mouse. Notwithstanding excited feminine protestations, the friend who had been "consulted as to a novelty in entertainment unleashed the dogs. It was an exciting climax to an "original" evening. The dogs feasted for five minutes en choice bits of each other's anatomy. The ladies screamed and the friend who was consulted exulted in the success of his noveltj. When he was quite convinced, and it took a considerable time to convince him, that the ladies' desire for gore had been fully gratified, he doused the dogs into a convenient tub of water and separated them. Refreshments were then served, of which the ladies did not partake. "lay-outs- novel form of entertainment for his guests one evening last week, says the St. Louis Republic. The hostess was extremely anxious to provide something original for the edification of u score of guests whom she Costa Rica anil Colombia to Submit Their Differences to Projldcnt of France-La- rgo Interests of the United States Involved. j OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE BYTHE PROCESS. Another long standing American boundary dispute is to be settled by arbitration in accordance with a treaty executed several days ago at Bogota by ' which Costa Rica and Colombia hav;3 agreed to leave their territorial divi- sion line to the adjudication of the president of France, or, in the event that he cannot undertake the responsibility, President Diaz, of Mexoco, will b asked, and, as a measure of extremo . t .! two refusals g received, the last resource ' ff n rnfarnriAa ta tint lvs"fiuwin r f . Switzerland is provided for in the con- - i I tractable. This was illustrated when some freshmen hoisted their class flag to the flagpole of the armory ,.and cut the rope. ; ...l.i-.it " ",l " "' .!.: .1" " .." ""'"K a action of the !olo to remove the flag, The expense of that was charged to the freshman class. The next night several freshmen were "milked" by some sophomores that is, fed on a concoction of vinegar f uuu 1 I have started a steam corn meal mill at Corner of Orangw anil Orchard streets, near the old burnt mill, in Richmond. Custom grinding done. Meal, Bran, Ship-stuetc., on hand. ff J.W.Rymei. L. & N. E, lv. M. """ ' fcIT tllk "",l-S " WWStft I1AAA iuv,w.,-.buj.u- n 0 . Ewl 4 I n ; Johnston's Sarsaparilla is the best remedy known for building up the weak spots and fighting disease germs JR. K. 0. DIVISION. In Effect March 1, 1806. a. ivtpress for Cincinnati, Paris, i of all kinds. It purifies the the bowels, blood, regulates " I , - I W UUI.l-.dl.- :,.:.,. J Rican-Co-lomb'- helps the liver and kidneys perform their proper functions, and gives new life and vigor to suffering men and weak, nervous women. Quart Bottles. Williams, Davis, Brooks & Co., Detroit. Mich. LlTcrettejcure Liver Ills. 25c mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-- r. m. ville. Winch ester and 2.05 Lexington mail. Livingston, London, 0 lico, Pineville. Fast line for Livingston, 11.43 London.Jellico.Knoxville a. t Fast line for Cincinnati, 3 11) Paris. Windiest trr. p m. Rowland. Lancaster aud 1.25 Stanford. r. m Rowland, Lancaster and 7.40 sjtanford, G.25 Jel-1.1- chester aud Maysville, ARV Lexington Win- I. M 7.33 1.05 12.55 A- - M. 311) P. M. 11.43 A. M 10:10 P. M 7:10 j R. N. I. f-i & B. e, R. Ef- tru.uxi.i.iJt r i i.t-Tj- .r 1 1 1 For sale by I). Z. and T. B. Tavlor, Time Table No. 24, In fect May 12, 1895. AST BOUND 1ST CLASS. Ex Sun Versailles Sicholasville Valley View Million- .Richmond Union Vtoberly Brassfield Panola .. . ng Dto. i A. IO 1 .r ro. Ex Sun 3. 2ND CLASS. r ?o.a. No. z Ex Sua ExSun A. M. 8 35 10 Venezuelan-Colombia- n M. r. n ,, 25 Uo 6 40 M. A. M 11 ; 45 73$ 7 53 3 ,2 8 30 10 Js M 50 u lrine (J5 12 iO 12 IT 12 ST 12 42 . u , 1230pm ia 1 1 2 n j k, A. 10 X(j r. M, 3 George Thorpe, between Second Street,of Dillingham Main and rear building, No. 1. No. 4 No. 3. N0.10 WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex San Ex Sun Irvine PanolaA. M T. 1 f cfblarksmi thing promptly in the best workmanlike manner. 8-- 7 Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds BrassfieM Moberly - i.lo V. T. M. 4 4 3 4a 28 IC 5 40 A. M. ., . 55 tlninn Richmond Million Valley View ... 2 6 6 6 6 7 05 34 2 Oil 2 l7 3 35 il 51a S 5 co 5 30 5 57 6 jj S 4s jo 58 55 3o negc-tintio- ns FOR RENT! The "WARE HOUSE it COAL YARD adjoining theL. & N. Station. Possession eiven Jan 1, '!)7. 24-2- NichoIasTiIIe. Versaille. 3 45 4 10 4 55 3; a.m. r. m. r. M. A.M. 9 Applv to L II ELANTON. Chancellor. Trains between Louisville aad VersaiHes dirty Trains between Cincinnati and XiCB4asvH daily. All trains connect with Southern Railway to and from Louisville, and with the C. N. O. & 1 . P to and from Cincinnati Yon can spend five hours in Louisville, about six hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexington and return to Richmond at 3:30 p. m. d5THE GREATEST) OLD-TIM- E long-winde- d for-lii- long-draw- down-tow- n white-robe- r S-iL-T-IE Ever known. Men's Suits $2.49, Everything in our store $10.00. New-Yor- store marked down to realize money. worth 63 Boys' Suits te ., cents, worth $2.00. Men's Shoes SO cents, worth Sl.50. Ladies' Shoes 75 cents, worth $1.50. Children's Shoes 20 cents, worth 50cts. Calico and Cotton 3 cents a yard. Overcoats from $1.00 up. Cloaks from $1.00 up. , white-toppe- d . I 1 Don't buy until you sec us. Will save you money sure. Hay-war- dime-museu- m WYORK STORE HcKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. novll-l- y $5,-0- 00 - Featherbone Corsets and Waists. Correct Shapes Best Materials Reasonable Prices Latest Styles Artistic Effects Most Comfortable , a) e. FEATHESB0ME CORSET Co-S- ale Mfrs KiUanoo, Mid!. l DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond Office and residence on Third Street. D21TTAL ST7P.GE3T. S ... mi m ,it in 1 mm m 5 'sll UF Look for aboTt Trade Mark oa End Label J Eic- Box. mn m4 Groceries. m Highest of all ,in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Got't Report Wanted-- An Protect your Ideas: tbey may brlngyou weslth. Write JOHN WEDDEKBDKN CO- - Patent At tor-ceys, Washington. D. cror Ineir bmu pmo oa ana liii ox two hundred Inventions wanted. Idea Who can think of some sin Die thing to patent? BR. PEFFER'S NEW DISCOYEItY. KEVKII FAILS. A new, reiia&io and TOxercUorxorrup prcs.ed, cee!TO, scanty or pAlnrul mens titration. Xow used fcyorerOO.OOa luiUe. InTicorates these ortrans. He. ware of dangerous Imitation.. ITasie naper. 3 cer box. small box 1. Sca& loaled tn plain wrappur. Send e lc stamps for particulars. &41& ny local drusstruorodilron PEVS'ERMEDJ. CAi.ASSUCLV.TIUM, Cfcicaao. Hi. "V-- G. m - 7jf TflAOEsiy ARK 11 fe''sSiy,H 3m5c5 STSs Staple ni Faaey of town. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Richmond, hours, OrriCE ... Country Produce especially wanted. Prompt delivery of goods to all parts Canned Goods. ABSOIJUTECT FArxmiui. men ok WANTED travel for responsible owder P&RE WEAK MEM MADE VlSOROliSi 5. mf, " mT T- - V5 f nerchants cheerfully refund the money 28 Styles, Sold by Richmond Drue Co. and White. iw oy. nedium, Long- - Smith building. Main Street. Office to 12 M. ; 1:00 to 4 P. M. Green Groceries limited to dentistry. Salt by the Barrel. Tobacco and Cigars. Candies and Cakes.' iyDfff. 27-- 0; J&Come andsee me . . ... 4 J.C MOKGAK. 1. A. YATES. . DENTJSTS,--Richmond, E. R'Rowiand, Fm ' V 5mi5 Isie St MORGAN & YATES, Eaak. Kentucky. THFmiyfAYlMi 1 -- tablished house in Kentucky. Salary Position perma$780 and oxpensee. nent. Reference. Enclose stamped tjnvelopo. Tho National, Star Insurance Bldg., self-address- ed es- FREE EDUCATION. An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other college or institution of learning in the United States, or Ju theiCew --England Conservatory of Music, can bo secured by any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particular, onieklv. JAMES D.BATX. I 30"BromfieldSL.Boslon."Mas3ii fc--- H What It acts powerfully and quickly. Cores vra;Binil tners fall. Youn tnon regain lost manhood) eld umr-aatee- d moa recoTeryouUif ul vbror. Vitality, toCareNcrvouaness, Imnotency, Lot Power. eltUer sex, Fnlllnjr Memory, WaaCnic Iris- eases, and all tfutt of telf abuse orconsumpt ton. esxtunlfnf Indberi turn. Wards eff Insanity and Dan'tlnt druggist lmpouoairortblessattlta:tfoif you tieeacsejt yields greater oroBU. Insist onltsr r PEFFER'S HEsMOf. after 4 weeks' trial if Xt J.H.NEFF&CO. Mairj Stxwt, (Opposite Giyndon.) and . set satisfactory. -- ntoti hII MAX 1 2 S4wLsgth5. ;- -t I 3r BY Cbicftgo: , lngjPSEl"Jit'SKs.vaueK,-opocSet. Prepaid Can be carried In vest per. 41 per box, or V Orrtc Main Street, over Madison National I I Im .' 0! I i lfl -- m I ,s,'k -- ! U " ADVANCE. I, by Miss Lillian Henderson, of Portsnututh,..0., came in contact with a gas jet and every hair was burned froai her head. a- - A celluloid cojnb woin lEFiK ALfBICAJ AM'a, a,oicuej SoldhyRichaaood Drag Cofaand .W 'White.; w, ..... Pampnlet free.en cltirfewith IHHSiiYiraf ll..i4ntMI Sold ur draaxiata. ! ttn M.ncr, j A. .ll Jcenan-JAuvS sena imu is Country Produce Bought and Sold. Highest OpskMarkt -- m T SOLD AND RECOMMENDED - 1 DRY GOODS. W Price Paid; 3 IJr - e s i z- - s-S- "' ?.ir k i. . .;. ' .. .tf-t ""? N it . i !' mti-- f 1 4t Z -- -- v , - K -- -- s. - Jt. .? vf r rn !3rV!a d- I - e T s s siaiL, . t WSSW flnu;nununcrj " T r M.nytM 4 cos jvirjHMONp. 1 W -- ":daTvp . J . .. a' Ji 1 " - , -- ,.-. rwiiuum., - a MSB - I aa m VY KH--F- -l ri1 -ra - I f -- -- 1: " 33w . !s -- 1. WBmmimmaBiisiiJM - b. " v " - I. - l r4Dps TjasS?f. HWSESMJBSSBtmXSIB'SiyjamK . ,' - - "vU ""vi"-.- . c In July semi-centenni- '.:. sir a" fit- - .: tr - v' Vij. - K- - -- firr y$ . iSr n ?,-' ..-.o- 3' " , 3f' rv :r sr j 451- - 3f - I I J' BITS OF LAW. lege building. He loft for London next "Utah will celebrate 0s Monday. its CONDUCTED BY STEP3KXD D. I'AERISH, as fifty years will have- elapsed since its first set- . ATTORNEY AT LAW. Hon. JohnD.irarriSjOf Richmond, rT rCBUSBES XVKKT WKDXESDAT BT tlement by tho Mormons. Prepara- 8 People often wonder why their ajrvee are visited his daughter, Mrs. S. H. tions for the event have already why they get tired i'o easily,' Stone, this week. . . . Col. Speed Purchaser: Tho Supreme Court of The Climax Printing Go. begun, and the purpose is to make it Mr. Charles Toweli spent Friday Smith of Richmond, Clerk of tho the U. S. have recently decided that bo weak; eUrt at every Blight but why thsy sadden sound; why they do not Bleep the most memorable occasion in tho hi Covington. House of Representatives of the Leg- where under the life of letters naturally; why they have frequent history of the intermountnln state, bePRICK PER YEAH, $1.50. Mr. W. H. Bailey, of Versailles, islature, was in thirrcity this week.' patent, the name of tho articlo headaches, indigestion and xcrvous ri as well as of the county was here last week. . . . Judge A. Rollins Burnam, tho came tho" generic namo or descripIN ADVANCE, $1.25 newly elected Judge of tho Court of tive of the articlo manufactured, Miss Florence Heath scent ThanksSam J. Puanr, of Vanceburg, conAppeals, has been hero this week, at the termination of the letters WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1S96. gressman of the ninth district, will giving in Versailles. taking notes and preparing for his patent, the same generic namo, The explanation is simple. It Is found in that Impure blood which is continintroduco a bill at the next session Squire D. P. Armer is in Cincin- new duties. Frankfort Roundabout. is tho property Of tho public, and is, ually feeding the nerves upon retuse ADVESTISn?a BATES. of congress providing for tho divis-- v nati buying holiday goods. The engagement of Mr. Nealo therefore, entitled under such name instead of the elements of strength and w ion of Kentucky into two Federal O H O H Miss Bailey, of Versailles, is vis- Bennett, of this city, and MissMary or designation, to no protection of vigor. In such condition opiate and - 3 2 court districts. The dividing line iting Miss Florrio Chenault. laws of tho Governnerve compounds simply detden and Thomson, of Mt. Sterling, has been the trade-mar- k r will probably leave the river at a do not cure. Hood's 8arsapar ilia feeds S 2 S SPACE. Mr. Bennett is a son of ment. i Miss'Earl Chenault has returned announced. F" the nerves pure, rich, red blojd; gives short distance below Covington, 5 2 ! s ? r Trustee: The County School Sunatural sleep, perfect digestion, is the crossing the State to of Tennessee. from a visit to Miss Majene Burrusjat Wm. Bennett, and ono of Richmond's true remedy for all nervous troubles. leading young business men, who perintendent has no authority to Fort Spring. I ! l Tho idea is to save transportation exsocieoccupies a prominent place in dotermino a contested election for Miss Sarah prisoners, who I Inch.. $ iooi5oSi5$4S$7o $11 00 penses onto Louisville or now have to ty, is visiting Graves, of Clark coun- ty and financial circles. Miss Thom- School Trustee, and jurisdiction to Inches- - i 75 3 50 j jo 7 00 11 00 17 30 be Miss Sallio Tevis. taken Covington 3 Inches, 50 3 50 5 00 10 00 ij 00 her 4 Inches. Dr. L. H. Blanton has returned son is the. youngest daughter of Mrs. do so cannot be conferred upon par300 400 600x2 on 19 00 8 73 from the extreme eastern counties. 10 m., Inches. 3 30 300 7 30 13 00 13 00 34 So 5 Laura Thomson, and is the reigning by consent or agreement of tho j"ol 400 600 900 x8 00 270c 40 00 Ashland will be urged as a suitable from a visit to relatives in Paris. belle of Mt. Sterling. The wedding ties interested. Tho jurisdiction to 6 00 9 00 13 00 27 00 40 00 60 00 place for one of the four points for f Col Miss Van Greonleaf Is visiting will take place in Mt. Sterling, De- determine such a contest is in tho 8 ooj 12 00 17 73 34 50 50 00 So 00 iCol Col 100 00 the holding of United Suites Court, IP ooj 15 00 22 30 42 on 60 U i Miss Lizzette Dickerson, in Paris. cember 10. County Board of Contest created by Is the One True Blood Partner. $1 jjer bottle. Government building Reading notices 10 cents a line for first In- and a new Miss Kate Smith was a guest of A number of young ladies and gen- section 1534 of the Kentucky Statutes. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. sertion. cents a line for each additional insertion would probably follow such selecObituaries, resolutions of repeet and similar mat Miss Virginia Chenault of Mt. Ster- tleman gathered at tho home of Miss cure Liver Illi;easyto What is the meaning of the maxim flOOU , S F;llS take, easy to operate. c tions. ter at half rates. Ao specified position. ling, last week. STUDENT. Pearl Gentry on Second street "Nul tort, mil ditseuinr' Mr. W. D. Oldham has gone to Thanksgiving eve, when a most deThis is some of Blackstone's dog-latSPAIN'S BLOODY DEEDS. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. Cincinnati to lay in a supply of lightful time was spent in dancing. and should rend nul disseisin md REDEMPTION OF KEY DEPOSITS. According to advices received from goods. The floor was canvassed for the oc- tort, meaning no disseisin no wrong. FOK JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. Post Office Department, Have the women of Colorado and Havana, Captain General "Weyler, Miss Bessie Baughman entertained casion and tho colored band was in I hereby announce myself a candi being unable to crush the insurgent a number of her friends last Friday attendance, and the young people Wyoming the right to vote for a PresWishington, D. C , Oct. 21 1S9G. date for Judge of the Madison Conn ! idential candidate? V. Order No. 5S0. ty Court, subject to tho action of the armies, has renewed his war on the evening. all in high spirits, so everything The women of the two States named Democratic party. Postmasters at all post offices not locawith savage energy. Miss Estill "Walker returned, Mon- passed off nicely. Those present P. H. Sullivan. Weyler some weeks ago, it is stated, day, from a visit to relatives near were Misses Jeannie and Leta Feland , stand upon precisely tho same foot- ted in government buildings are hereby ing as the men so for is sold. issued a secret order to his com- Danville. Kittie French, Parthenia McCord, President or any far as votingcon- ordered to call in outstanding box keys FOR JAILER. other office! is at the respective post offices, and remanders in the various provinces to Ethel Heacox, of Lexington, Hallie cerned. Bov. AVm. Crow is with his son, James C. Lackey is a candidate for "clear the country" of deem all such kevs as shall be returned Rev. Wm. Crow, Jr. at Frankfort, Dozier, of Red House, and Miss Fry, Jailer of Madison county, Bubject to the Enquirer: Kentucky has had four within thirty days from date of call, upMessrs. Charlie and Zena Douglas, This order was properly con- this week. action of the Democratic party. Constitutions Binco her admissions on which a deposit has been made, and strued as an edict to massacre old Frank and Robt. French, R. E. L. into A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer men, women the union. Tho first ono known not forfeited under the provision of SecMr. Jonah Wages, of Station Camp, Biggerstaff, John and children, and the Arnold, Kit Chenof Madison county, subject to the Estill county, was here Friday on ault, Robert White, Caleb Shearer, as the Danville Constitution. 19th of tion 449, Postal Laws and Regulations, result, is an appalling list of butchaction of the Democratic party. 1792, Samuel McDowell, Presibusiness. edition of 1S93. Provided, that no money Ballard Luxon, William Feland, April, "We are authorized to announce P. eries. Wm. H. Crawford, of Madison George Simmons, and Dr. Bosley, of dent of the Convention, Thos. Todd shall be given in exchange for any key Colonel Strucli, at tho heard of B. Bkoaddus as candidate for Jailer its Secretary. The second promulga- until the person presenting it ehall have of Madison county, subject to the 1,000 men, seems to have been most county, spent several days in town Red House. us ted from Frankfort 17th of August, once action of the Democratic party. W. D. active in carrying out "Weyler's last week. All those who were so fortunate as 1799. Alex. S. Bullitt, Jefferson substantiated his claim for a deposit by deposit edict. On .November 18th Colonel the presentation of a valid key Miss Nannie Willis returned Mon- to be guests at tbe home of Maj is county. President of tho Convention, receipt therefor, from the postmaster or FOIt SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Struch and his command started out day from a visit to friends in C. F. Burnam on last Friday even- Green Clay, Thomas Clay and Will one of his predecessors, or by the affidaMrs. John Williamson is a can- on a raid. They visited a number of ing, when Miss Lucia Burnam enter-trine- d Irvine delegates for Madison county. didate for Superintendent Public In- small towns, and every hamlet visMiss Ethel Heacox, of Lexington, her nieco. Miss Esther Bur Tho third Constitution 11th of Juno, vit of the claimant. As soon as keys struction for Madison county, sub- ited was destroyed. During the raid is visiting her sister, Mrs. Elmer nam, will remember it as one of the 1850. James Guthrie, of Louisville, shall have been redeemed, the postmastject to the action of the Democratic the Spanish troops made prisoners Deatherage. most pleasant events of Richmond President of the Convention, Squire er will reissue them upon payment in party. of over 300 Cubans, the mnjority of society. It was a euchre party to Turner and Wm. Chenault delegates advance by box renters of a deposit of 20 Mrs. Nannie Fish,ofNicholasvilIe, whom were women and young girls. which the following guests were for Madison county. The present cents for each key, and give to each deTOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC These unfortunates were forced to was the guest of Mrs. Brutus Clay present: Mrs. A. R. Burnam and constitution promulgated 28th Sep- positor a receipt for the amonnt of his Thanksgiving. SCHOOLS. follow the troops and submit to the M deposit,with the distinguishing number Wia Mrs. R. W. Miller, Miss Esther tember, 1891. C. M. Clay, . JLkz J3 Jr., Presi- of each key taken plainly slatjd theron. J. V. "Wacjers is a candidate for most horrible treatment. On N- . Prof. Brock, of Caldwell High Burnam, Mary Helen; and Laura dent of the Convention, and C. F. Each postmaster will at once prepare and Superintendent of Public Schools of ovember! Colonel Struch and his School, accompanied the boys to Bennett, Belle McDowell, DcMober-leMadison county, subject to the action men begun Burnam, delegate for Madison coun- keep in future a record showing clearly Taris Thursday. their homeward march, Susan Hume, Julia Higgins, of the Democratic party. Misses Minna and Annie Crutcher Terrill and Patton. Messrs. R. W. ty. The present Constitution is so the total number of keys belonging to followed by tho old men, women and girls whom they hal made pris- are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Crutch- Miller, Green Clay, J. Talbott Jack- defective and of such a blanket char- the box outfit, the number of keys in acter, in ten or fifteen years doubt- use and the name of the holder of each; FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. oners, night on theof Nov er at Nicholasville. son, Warfield Bennett, Neale Ben- less tho people will be asked by the the number of keys lost, broken or with- srS'tlufHiiafrinrrlisrrr S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is ember 23rd Colonel Struch and Prof. Hough, of Caldwell High nett, Geo. Burnam, John Burnam, politicians to make another change. held, and the date upon which the defor Clerk of the Madibon his men drank heavily and then fol School, spent from a candidate Thursday until Eugene Hume, G. W. Evans, Louis Circuit Court, subject to the action lowed one of the most posit therefor was declared fotfeited; the horrible oc- Sunday in Cincinnati. Neale and John McCIIntock. The For the Clijiax. of the Democratic party. currences of the war. The Spanish first Indie's prize was won by Miss TO THE DOUBLE STANDARD DEM- number of keys replaced by expenditure Miss Bessie Redman left Wednessoldiers, influenced by drink, rushed day for from the forfeiture fund, and the "gJsl Richmond to visit Miss Belle McDowell; tho first gentleOCRATS OF MADISON FOR SHERIFF. upon the helpless prisoners, tore off NancyHume. amounts respectfully of the ley deposit Sfjgl man's prize by Speed Smith. SevBourbon News. COUNTY. H. H. Colyer is a candidate for their clothes and subjected them to redemption fund and the key desposit Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Simmons have eral second prizes were awarded to Sheriff of Madison county, subject treatment which cannot bedescriled We hear from our late opponents that forfeiture fund, belonging to the post different members of the party. to the action of the Democratic in print. Finally after such orgies returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. After the euchre was over, a most the cause for which w e labored is dead office. The individual number ot each party. as were only possible to fiends, J. S. Johnson, in Garrard countv. delicious was served with the and buried beneath an avalanche of gold key must appear in ea:h trans You will want a present for some one sure, and why wait and worry so Ion.:, While in Paris with the foot ball following lunch : Colonel Struch told his men that it bug ballots, never to bo brought fortti action. At the expiration of thirty menu FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. as to what you shall get when it is a settled fact that team, R. L. Gentry, Jr., was a was no ue to be longer again and placed on our banner in be- days from date of calls for keys, redempby first course. James C. Miller is a candidate the "Cuban cattle." At botheredsol- guest of C. Howell Edwards, half of the common people. this the tion will cease, and each postmaster Quail served with oysters. for Assessor of Madison county, subAttorney J. C. Burnam, of Lexing- French peas, ject to the action of the Democratic diers began firing on the old men, I therefore desire to file a petition for must furnish the Department with a Hot rolls and coffee. party. women and girls. Volley after vol- ton, came over Wednesday to spend a in behalf of the peoples statement of the total number of keys SECOND COURSE. ley of lead was fired at the shrieking Thanksgiving with friends and relacause being loully dealt with at the hands redeemed, the number reissued and the Chicken salid, lettuce, beatten TOR CITY ATTORNEY creatures until not one was left alive. tives. of syndicated wealth, and will cite you amount of several key deposit funds biscuit. Is more highly appreciated than anything else. Our stock is all in, so come e are authorized to announce On Colonel Struch's return to head- to the fact that our cause is based on a which shall then remain in his custody. Mr. Jennings Greenleaf has reTniRD COURSE. early before it is picked over and also avoid the great rush just before hoh Green Clay a candidate for the ouarters. he and manr nf hie Wm. L. Wilsos, turned from Philadelphia, where he truth that burns in every patriotic breast, Cake, crenm and sherbet. tuiiceoi wi.viiori e.v,oi xwciiiiiomi, were given furloughs in consldera attended the Phi Delta Theta condays, and select from our line whatever you may want, and we will put it Postmaster Gi neral. and will never adopt as its. watcfi word jvy., uujeci to me acuon oi uie tion of their services How long After refreshments had been served surrender. Let the advocates of bimetalaside and have old '"Santa" deliver it for you. Several have done this vention. Beginning December 10, anl Democratic party. dancing was engaged in until 2 a. m. lism keep up the fight and not desert the shall these dark deeds of Spain's already, and why not you. Postmaster Willis will Mr. Will D. Oldham has returned We are authorized to announce J, fiendish soldierv last? Talhot Jackson as a candidate for after spending Thanksgiving with ELECTOR SMITH WRiTES A CARD. cause on account of recent results, for if redeem all keys to lock boxes. City Attorney, of Richmond. Ky., they do they are composed of doubtful relatives in Richmond Lexington subject to the action of the DemoA COOK BOOK FRE2. metal themselves. It has been partially Herald. mm Mr. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, the cratic party. assumes a higher overthrown, but y Miss Lena Stivers is spending the Bryan elector form Kentucky, ho goes .CORRESPONDENCE..! "Table and Kitchen" is the title of a frJS Thanksgiving holidays with rela- into the Electoral College, communi- position than before. And the best ev- new cook book published by the Price srgJ Postmaster Wash Hesino, of I. ultiidence of cur worthy cause and its Chicago, announces his desire to be near Richmond. Lexindon cates the following to the Times: i;i;,,iiTip;l:i,a,.i3iE Chicago. HEElS tives mate success, lies in the fact that it has Baking Powder Company, We have tiie Largest and Nicest Line of ROCKERS Mayor of Chicago. Herald. Editor Louisville Times : I have toNEWBY. survived defeat, and now comes forth Just at this time it will be tent free if ever brought to the City. Miss Annie Wilson and Miss Sal-li- e day received notice of my election as with reserved energy ami full of hope you write a postal mentioning the The impeachment charges against byThomas Jones' son, who was stabbed Moore, of Estill county, were the one of the electors of the State to cast for Climax. This book has been tried by Our Diners are so comfortable you regret leaving the table. Phil Taylor at Little Bethel church the future. Sieath, Superintendent of Public vote of the State for President and on Sunday night, the 15th of Nov., is guests, Saturday, of Mrs. Burnam the Our small Jtockers keep the children quiet all day. What would you say about a class in ourselves and is one of The ery best of Works at Lexington, were not Scrivner. Betting well. He was cut in the groin. a school room, where all were trying to its kind. Besides containing over 400 Our Bed-rooSuites make happy homes. I very much regret that ail of the wiu the coveted distinction of being first receipts for all kinds of pastry and home Mr. and Mrs. Jas. 3. Winn spe nt A protracted meeting is in progress at Our Springs and Mattresses cause you lo go home early. receive a many for the at Silver Democratic electors did Our Folding Beds will not hurt you. It is a general prediction around Corinth church bj Bro Combs, with Thanksgiving with friends Winches- similar notice. I believenotthat every in the class, when one would gain the cookery, there are showing hints to set a table and kitchen, Creek, Madison county. hcv mark oi honor; should the defeated asWashington that Spain will eventu- good attendance. Our Folding Couches afford the greatest pleasure. voter, who placed his mark opposite my ter Democrat. pirants cease to study because of defeat, table, how to enter the dining room, ally withdraw her troops and give up Our Wire Cots don't fail to see. farmers are most done gathering The name, thought that he was doing all pJEjl Mrs. B. L. Middleton. of this city, when the object was in sight, and could etc.; a hundred and one hints in every the fight. Our Secretaries and Book-case- s corn in this vicinity. are great variety. was required to secure the election that spent Thanksgiving week with her of his by a concentration of his branch of the culinary art. Cookery of Our all new and handsome. W. J. Bryan. A vote for me, they have been The election is over; the people have parents, Mr. and Mxs. D. X. Sharp, believed, was a vote for mental faculties and a determined effort the very finest and richest as well as of It is fitting that Mr. Ilanna should s Our will just finish your lull the whole ticket, to win? Should he cherish defeat be- the most economical and home like, is mm have charge of the inaugural cere- gone to work in earnest; nothme to talk at Shelbyville. and the failure of the Democrats who alwut now but business. provided for. Remember "Table and monies, as ho will have charge of cause of an unsuccessful attempt in his Mrs. A. C. Clowers left Monday John Warner's house Churned last a visit to her sister, Mrs. G. C. for made their mark opposite my name to first Sort to gain the enviable position Kitchen" will be sent, postage prepaidi the rest of the administration. Our stock consists of loo much to mention each item and all that is is for vcu f Bear, place a similar mark opposite the name Saturdav night a week ago, contents and in Kansas City. to stand first in his studies? By vo to any lady sending her address (name, lo give us a call, and we can furnish you anything you may wish for. of each of the other Democratic electown and State) plainly given. A copy An effort will be made, it is said, all; loss $000. He lives near Edenton, Thomas Chenault, of Fayette coun- tors, lost, perhaps, eleven electoral votes means. Let him concentrate his ener- in German or Scandinavian will be sent to get Judge W. II. Holt a good this county. ty, formerly of this place, visited for the Democratic ticket. The count, gies and go forth with renewed hope. place at "Washington during the inConstable Tom Jones has moved to Applying the same principle to our if desired. Postal card is an good aa Our Undertaking Department is Always Complete, Judge J. C. Chenault and other rel- as now made by the Canvassing Board, coming administration, so ns to buy Newby from Poosey. case, let us go forward, relying ever in letter. Address Price Baking Powder Mm atives last week. 6hows that the vote counted for me, is him off tho track for U. S. Senator. the justice of our cause to guide ns in Co., Chicago, III. Akillis Deatheragc's house is near Mr. J. Quincy Ward, of Paris, a greater than the vote cast for any Re- a patriotic movements which will, in the Henry M. Clews, the New York completion. He will move in a few former C. U. student, was the truest publican elector, save Mr. Kasli, and if end. burst the shackela with which the Awarded days. ruiisiiiiiriJinruijuTisnruiriJiriiuiJnJxnrinn tnsuinnj iTLnjiruunnnnruijTjirijixirLrTxiJiJxruixu of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chenault the vote given to me had been counted, gold standard advocates are trying to Highest Honors banker and broker, who admitted World's Fair, Wm. Taylor, of the Baldwin as it was evidently intended, for all of thut-dowseveral days last week. that a general was planbind us and our prosperity. has sold his farm to Doniphard ned by manufacturers in the event of A crowd of young ladies and gen- the other Democraticelectors, then there ra m To gain the deserved end in this pa McKinley 's defeat should have some- Burrus, 100 acres for $1200. He will tlemen spent Thanksgiving with Mr. would have been twelves electoral votes triotic cause, let us retain our different JinxurnjinnnnjiriJiiirvrirui injTnruinjvuvuirurnjirLri- nrinjxnnrinsisrinuuirinrunfiTirLrirnri thing heavy shut down on his neck. move to the state of Missouri. and Mrs. Harvey Douglas, near Paint "or the Democratic ticket, unless the clubs and meet at stated intervals, and Miss Sallie Boaie is very sick at Mr. Lick. A big dinner was the feature same course has been pursued in countmm organization FURNITURE AND MORTICIANS. ing the vote for Mr. Kash and the other let there be a In Illinois the seceding faction of SjlI Cotton's, at Cottonburg. lull of the day. perfected throughout the country among Republican electors. -the Democratic party which cast its Mrs. T. E. Baldwin and daughter, K rf MjrlJarfBpMpJTtiJoRL and behalf of ttli ri i rr ?1 BEKEA. I find that the Democrats of the State the clubs in promote bimetallism, same votes for Parmer and Buckner, has Miss Olivia, have returned from made most the cause of had best to SJ a m fr?L i' The Berea Christian Endeavor Soci gallant fight. The returns a kindly taken up tho work of reorety celebrates its Gtb anniversary in the Stanford, where they were the guest, at Frankfort show that we were defeated among the members. ganizing the Democratic party, and Thanksgiving day, of Mr. and Mrs. by those who Although the opposition has called us have heretofore acted with invite all "loyal Democrats" to rally parlors of Ladies' Hall next Thursday W. H. Shanks. "anarchists," "repudiationists" and all if the electoral vote of this State us, and evening. An interesting program has above its standard. HlfSlfiiT EllrErrrfti'ErrHJoirr Rev. H. L. McMurray and Miss is finally given to Mr? McKinley it will thj vile epithets they could command, been piepared. This organization is let them Regardless of party affiliation, constantly increasing in membership and Junia Johnston, who were married be because of the vote cast by Demo-crat- e, ourus as patriotic people prove to stripes allegiance to the stars and . in Wanego, Kansas, Tuesday, Nov. who, in my humble judgment, every one stands ready to welcome interest. 24, will be at home, Berea, Ky., should not have deserted us in the great and our increasing loyalty to our county the return of industrial activity, but Alpha Zeta kindly permitted the colstruggle. I sincerely hope that all of by espousing a policy we earnestly and MOST PERFECT MADE. there are u few who applaud the at- lege ladies to be present at their myste- after December 10. - r Jjh f mm Tcr"ST T 23w A 4flV0mA Mn Gov. and Mrs. James B. McCreary the Democrate of this State will continue honestly belieye to be the best for the A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret IB! tempt of the Bepublican and Bolto-crat- rious session on Friday the 27th, and the continuance of a happy peoplo and a from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, press to mako us believe that following program was much enjoyed by left yesterday for Washington, D. to stand for the free and unlimited coinmm prosperous republic, and as American C, where Gov. McCreary will be age of both gold and silver, at the ratio citizens exercising 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. it has already arrived. all present our highest privilege "Critique on Previous Program." J. present at the meeting of Congress, of 1G to 1 for an income tax and for a in the right of free speech, the accusawhich convenes Dec. 7. tariff sufficient to support the GovernLOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- The political sensation of the year Hammond Tice. tion nf sedition, coming from baffled pomm in Massachusetts was the election of Original Thanksgiving Story," D. Invitations are out announcing tho ment prudently administered. Upon litical pirates and others of selfish native 'An KET. Isaac B. Allen, a negro, to the Gov- X. Alien. wedding of Rev. H. G. Turner to this platform we will continue to fight should not dampen our onlor for Slal the ernor's Council. It was thought that "The Original Thanksgiving." J. T. Miss Ella Bailey West, of George- and we need have no fear of success. principle we represent. So let us con- PDniJSnED BV GLOVER A DOBRETr, LOUISW. B. SMITH. town, Dec. 2. Miss West is a relative Respectiully, a recount of the votes might rob him Baker. C VILLE TODACCO WAREIIOCiiE. tinue to meet and educate people in the ' Recitation." J. H. Pritchau. Richmond. Ky., Nov. 27. of the honor, but it didn't, and now of Mrs. R.L. Gentry, this city. Sales on our market for the veekjnst principles of bimetallism, in the hope he is being asked to resign. "An original Poem," Mr. Hinman. Capt. W. E. Bell, who was married re that victory may at last perch on our closed amount to 2004 hhds. SOME GOOD THOUGHTS. A Thanksgiving Experience," Mr. Thanksgiving day in Murfreesboro, ceipts for the same period 1033 hhds. banner. And as patriotic people meetImmediately after the election Carlson. Tenn., has returned to Richmond, ing for a common cause, which has for 'Sales on our market since January 1st, "Eat .not to dullness; drink not to the Peninsular Car Works were rePeremptory dismissal of all ladies be- where he and his bride are comfortamount to 151,590 hhtlsTSales oi the crop Bpeak not but what may bene- its ultimate end, the welfare of the peo- of 1895 on opened at Detroit, Mich., and fifteen fore the business meeting. our market to this date ably domiciled at Hotel Glyndon. ple we should not encourage or sanction fit others or youreei; avoid trifling hundred men were put to work. This The brilliant young author, John Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mllward, nee any measure that engenders strife or amount to 145, 742 hhds. tiDn." was heralded far and wide as one of Fox, There has been sold on our market up Jr., opened the Berea Lyceum Miss Bergeman, of Loxington, would lead to factional trouble in the vindications of the prosperity Lecture Course last Wednesday "Let all your things have their places; thflt community. to tuis date 399hhds. new burley against stopped over in Richmond Saturday, night the promised by McKinley. Sad to say at Berea church. - Two 442 hhds. same date last year. itV2&&&U'i he sales J. L. Sowers, hours of rare on their way to Irvine, where they let each part of your business have its the works have closed down again. time." Secretary, of new burley thus far have shown very-fe- mm entertainment rewarded tho large will be the guest of Mrs. Milward's. N se al mdr s b. J. G. Burrus Free Silver Dem Club. fairly good hhds. and nothitg fine-- -- rHllrJSl "Resolve to perform what you ought; Valley View, Ky. The gold organs seem to be very and appreciative audience. Reading parents. perform without fail. what you resolve." but the condition has been remarkably much disturbed because Mr. Bryan from his own original and pictur10 mm JVIiss Mittie Gentry ontertained m., good for the time of esque stories of mountain life, he alSome Bales "Loose no time; be always employed $100 Reward, $100. has announced that the movement Friday night in honor of tho CaldHJS The readers of this papsr will be have been mads at from $8 to $11 per hunwhich the people have made him a so favored his hearers with several well High School foot-ba- ll Mil. team and in something useful; cut off all unneceschapters from his, as yet, unpublishsary actions." pleased to learn that there is at least one dred but in the main the offeriigs were leader of is to go on for the next four very common. Old hurleys wenj someed story, "Tho Kentuckians." Lov- their victory over tho Paris boys, years. Some of them go so for as to "Use no hurtful deceit; think inno- dreaded disease that science ha been an account of which is given elsewhat irregular and prices a little easier at depreciate tbe continuance of "the ers of Wm. Black's works will hail where in this issue. cently and justly; and if vouspesk, speak able to cure in all its stages and that is times even for the better graded, while with delight the knowledge that this Catarrah. Hall's Cctarrah Qare is the mm tree silver agitation." Butwhvdol accordingly." the common funked sorts were tawen Miss Luxie Ballard entertained a they not show some; consistency in similar production, unique and fas "Wrong none by doing injuries, or only positive cure now known to the quotations fairly repre (If! the matter? The announcement that cinating, is to appear in tho March number of friends Saturday night, at omitting the benefits that are your du- medical fraternity. Catarrah being s The following for sent our market burley tobacco, 18C5 mm number of tho Century. Thomas her home on East Main street. was made in Mr. Bryan's behalf was constitutional disease, requires a consticrop: mm Among the enjoyable features of tho ty." t some days behind the happy declar- Uclson Page says of him, "He will tutional treatment. Cure Irash, (dark or damaged)? 1 00 x "Avoid extremes, forebear resenting prove one of the most popular read- evening was an. elegant supper, conis taken internally, acting directly upon Common ations of the gold standard .heralds colory trash 2 50 injuries so much as they think they dethe blood and raucous surfaces of the Medium to good col trash that Mr. M. A. Hanna had been en- ers in this county, and you could sisting of three courses. serve." 400 system, thereby dist roving the foundation gaged for another four years and not get anything better to xead in Tho following were tho nleasant mm public than scones from his stories." guests from Xexington Thanksgiv'Tolerate no unclearliness in body, of the disease, and giving, the patient Commou lugs not co'ory 260 that he would immediately proceed Mr. mm Common colory h.igs 4 50 b Fox's ambition is to put be- ing day, of Mrs. George G. Prewitt: clothes pr habitation. strength by building np the constitution Medium to good to open headquarters to tho end that col lugs 700 "Be not disturbedjat trifles or at acci- aud aEsisting natnre in doing its work. tho .people might have some more fore the world the picturesque char- Mrs. H. A. Uronston, Mrs. D. A. SKalBK30iS9Bei3 Common to medium leaf 6 00 aiMmi,mmmmz3tL,M:?SX3&Dm education on the monej question. If acter of tho Kentucky mountaineer, Chenault, Miss Nettie B. Chenault, dents common or- unavoidable and bo The proprietors have so much faith in its Medium to good leaf 9 00 to 14 00 and the success of his "A Cumber Master Walter Chenault, and Mr. W. temperate in all tilings.." curative powers, that they offer one Good to fine leaf tho gold organs don't want silver ag14 00 o 16 00 itation they can have their wiBhes land Vandetta" assures the success J). Oldham, of tho Lexington Herald. Dollars for any case that it fails Select PNiI T. B. 3aker7n wel known farmer liv- Hundred wrappery leaf 16 00 tp 20 00 of "The Kentuckian." w carried out 1. By giving Uanna a Prof. J. C. Lewis, of Bowling ing near Mayfield, Ky shot and instant- to cure. Send for list of Testimonials. v 1 1 1 1 WJ-- I 1 rtua inuchjieed rest; and 2, by giving tho 26 29 U1ip jB.'ifT '! Walker, of Minne-- Greene came toRichmond Saturday ly killed' his wife.l then shot himself "Soia by Druggists. 75c. FAITHJTJli MEN WANTED travel for responsible estpeople a real object lesson in prospoli-. .., j gMeoJsne lamp hih over- to seeMiss" Belle H. Bennett in reii Sanford Harris and wife were arrested, ablished-house twice.the balls entering the heart, producin Kentucfey.l Salary perity as the result of tho standard. turned, cuuijing an explosion whlclwlll gard to opening a r'-- l winter term of the ing instant death, j Baker and his wife in Morgan county on a warrant issued $780 and expenses. , Position'jrma-nenfc- . This last would be a poteatand com- - probably prove fatal with Mrs. Walker, Sue Bennett Memorial LEHJ!f -i Reference. Enclose a lf School'm the had been eeparatedUor some time, and a at it ii ir them with de ' .piete remedy fer all currency agita-- her daughter, Mabel, ami a servant. . stamped envetoDe.itThB Citv School buildinC a.t, Trfinrinn divorce soit was petilicg at the time of stroying their child, which waa only ilijjipjljliiii National, ;Star ,, Insurance iBWg., iirtJBniHBEttHfSuulii pending the completion of the col- - tbe trmdv. ll -jr three weeks eld,. - - '3. A 1 ... T- illllx.--n ' 1 9 . . J J - nit-- , - .r. 'pjr"ii jH jp I? & - THE CLIMAX. DRRnNAI.fci uuwwiuiuuT - Nervous LXiDDnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn Dyspepsia trans-Missou- AVCTI0 At o'clock, a, .AT H. J. STREJSG'S BEGUN. t " U r 1 1 1 OO Hood's Sarsaparilla -- to sell his entire stock of Dry Goods. JDDiin gs, iotiooi D U D i in n rurnishing Goods, Cloaks viuu At every article Now is your chance to secure BARGAINS. auction daily until Don t Fail to fii!eid The Auction r n Law-rnncebu- rg. Everybody indebted to will call at and settle their accounts. This the last notice. y, anauDDnnnnDnnnnnnnac;: rlr J JL JL 1 pjslrrliahaiariiiii lie 'W'V'V'r Jr U KNIT u nfiir-m-- c contain-uingfor30day- s. paaa.3-LTi!rF!miMri!-- to-la- v t Forget see Pi sus-tasne- d. Vice-Preside- Side-board- s -- Hat-rack- lie n Ineigh-borhoo- d, DR, ,UCHflNAN pjfl AND RIGCIERSTAFF, rr-- 1 I ! pallpljlplllp ilrlWBrPanrPBrPTPaiipia 1 rajsraarajsr Hmnk 'I t BAKIN(i PflWDfll Sjiliiy a a lifi "V ic y ViV-,- y -- -- . -r- -v -- M " V Jk TM 0 - , .A.TU H ;nry - kl 4.-, h Rim . con-ver- sa -- A mfflffiAin.jnr s At WILL BEGIN t. aiwr aaae PI a. to sell the entire stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats and Caps, Notions, Ladies' Wraps. linery, Men's Eurnishings, Eoots and Shoes, Blankets and eomforts, Lace "Curtains, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Trunks, Satchels and Telescopes. nall'a-Catarnd- Come Everbody) I - jl) m e Kand Get Bargains. m w iir&in n r iuk ii i l I N & SON. ' X mh " V ''I ?. . if "' Morehsed.-Tcbarginsr- ddressed i -- V " V M ! .A. . J- A . ffJ3T STEI pBnsSsS rJ l- ' th M H HHUHiHH9B8nBMnHHHHBBBfil -- eJ "mi ,4t" ' ;vwr I -- V&r, ? ?! 't i: wjT jk-- j c iu r' this mrnm.mmMm m irUi a m s rrHJ b mi 03 rfHJ m rtMrFy.isrrU7MlfSJsJ ErrHjErrUis FrllMrlJsJrHsirl 1 THE WEDNESDAY. CLIMAX. DECEMBER 2. 1S96. De- Married in ths Clerk's Office. "W. Store Burglarized. ; Pinalore. Pretty girls in the Pinafore cember IS. Don't forget the Pinafore at Court House Dec. IS. You will hear good music at the Pinafore, December 18. All lovers of good hinging should see the Pinafore Dec. 18 David Bowman found his horse advertised in lajt weeks Ciimax.' Now that Thanksgiving is oves we will look forward to Christmas. A Paris man claims that tho world is coining to an end this week. Tho Knights of Pythias will l.ioet at the Odd Follows Hall to- night The world famous impersonator, Polk Millor, will be at the court liou'-Dec. G. The worlds famous violinit, will be in Richmond the loth e Re-moii- yi, this month. All the schools gave two days holiday Thanksgiving except Madison Institute. Polk Miller, the colored impersonator and banjo player, will be at of thf court hoime Dec. 0. Tho finest line ef clocks ever in with the quill, but the Register Richmond will be found at E. II. P. without Clarence E. "Woods and Palmer's jewelry store. Robert Lee Davis, will look for B. Sigman and Miss Margaret On last Wednesday nightBob Pay- Mullins, both of Rockcastle county, ton, colored, ana Frank Camun, a were united in marriage by Dr. Bar- youngwhite boy, both of Estill counbour, ntttie Glerk's office, Monday. ty, broke into the store of John P. This is a fact that there is no Miller, .at WJsemnnlown, two miles possibility of dispute, and it is to the ifrom Irvine, and secured anumberof interest of alL It is this. If you articles, but no money. Peyton was want an overcoat or suit come in arrested here Thursday by Chief of g Court day and see ours. You will be Police Terrill, who succeeded in twelve pairs of suspenders, ten pleased in every sense. No trouble to show you. Covington & Mitchell. pairs of cuff buttons, one over coat, pair of pants, eight pounds of tobacKnocked Off a Freight. co and two shirts of tho stolon goods. Ollie Green, an employe of the Payton was taken to Irvine Friday, L. & N., was knocked off a freight but up to this time Camlin Is at train while crossing a bridge near large. Each of tho alleged burglars Shearer last Saturday, and received was released from the penitentiary a painful cut on the head. He was about four weeks ago. picked up by tho midnight pasage Colors Most Becoming. train and brought to this place. Puro golden or yellow hair needs Bitten by a Mad Cow. blue, and its beauty is also increased A special from Berry, Harrison county, by the addition of pearls or white says Newton McNees, who was hitlen by flowers. a mad cow , began to feel stinging pains IS tho hair has no richness of coln in his hand and arm, and hurried to oring, a pale yellowish green will, by county where he applied the n reflection, produce tho lacking warm madstone, which adhered several tint. times. Many others hae heen bitten Dark brown hair will bear light and a veritable panic prevails Cows blue, or dark blue in a lesser quanare going mad every day. and every dog tity. in this vicinity has heen killed. Auburn hair, if varying on red, needs scarlet to tone it down. If a A High Compliment. golden red, blue, green, purple or A dispatch from Richmond says black will bring out the richness of that Richard YV. Millor. a nephew of its tints. the late owner of the Richmond Black hair has its color and depth Register, has bought the paper and enhanced by scarlet, orange or white, employed French Tipton to edit it. and will bear diamonds, pearls or Mr. Tipton is a mighty good man lustreiess gold. got-tinMsd-isoBur-gi- The above opera will be given December 18th for the benefit of the Infirmary. The chorus, consisting of tho best local material, have been rehearsing very faithfully under tho direction of Mrs. Jason "Walker, whose ability as iy thorough musician need not be questioned. There in the cast, will be about thirty-fiv- e -- .'ErHdjaMsrrUtsrrHJarrHis misrrtisMsrmisrniJarrHJErrHis - ... '! frilEinrElirhiipip frUa - Bffiilg I I I FrHJ S ffUl 0 frHJ a 0 frHJ fTE E3 fTHl E3 f?El araE3rasirarfyjE3 THE .That Has Attended The New Cloak Department of Our GOES PI fSJs including the Dramatis Personal. Judging from the present outlook and the interest taken by the participants the opera will be, from a musical standpoint, nll'that the connoisseur could expect. The costumes worn by sailors and principle char occaacters will be imported sion and of course will bo historicalMr. Bernard Nolms. ly correct. whose rendition of the part of "Ralph Rackstraw" created such a furor several years ago at Lexington, Ky., will take tho above part. We sincerely hope the public will appreciate this great undertaking and turn out in large numbers for the cause is a worthy one. for-the rSi TjJJsl IBTTSZ" Annual Report of the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary. Flaxen hair requiresjblue. Foot Ball. - Hunting was the principal fea-- t Thanksgiving with a great many of our men and boys. The extremely warm weather was broken by a nice rain which fell on l'ndav, followed byice.Sunday. in- - a while at least, like the play of On Thanksgiving, the football team Hamlet, with the leading character of Caldwell High School went to Paris, omitted. Stanford Journal. where they met the Paris High School eleven at Rherside Park". The game Married. year. There W6re 43 patients admitted in '95, while for this year, ending Oct. 31, there were 1 14. Last year there was received from all sources $1,779.20; this year $2,402.- 93. The Infirmary has now passed Its fourth year, and its success seem- assured. It has overcome mnni and serious obstacles, and though every effort is required to maintain it, it is most gratifying to note the growing popularity of the Institu tion, as evidenced by the increase of pay patients, and of city and county patients. For the former $168 was received this year against $100 for la6t a better understanding of the natuie of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, bat simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the with millions of iamilies, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects e due to the fact, that itis the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the oi "ans on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene-rijieffects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. Gladness Comes Bjrjjj And tho TroEiendous Lot of Pretty Dresses wo have sold from our Dress Goods Department has forced us to keep BEE CASH STORE DF GcDMMERGE HOT pi present is and Dress until our stock Goods, at" With iajjl THE RAILS ps 3ITHJ New Transporting New Jackets, New Capes more complete than at any time this season. only-remed- We have just received from the Largest Factories in the East the prettiest line of New Jackets and Capes ever shown in Kiclimond, they were bought late and at Low Down Closing Out Prices for CASH Come and see them. ap a-- al From the Largest Dress Goods Emporium in the East the prettiest line of Stylish Novelty Dress Goods we have shown this season. If you haven't bought your new dress look at this line, you don't have to buy old style picked over goods from us. "rE w ! etl."X7"e ctctst beceivedtya - H G7jS f d well-inform- IDIRIT QOODS .AJSTJD r ar- mm v i- -i a 7 AGRICDLTRAL NOTES. Are there any farming implements yet out in the weather? They should not be left out another day. The rich soil from tho elevated parts of the farm is often washed down to tho streams and carried away. It will pay to arrest this evil by proper drainage. Fall plowing, wherever nature will permit it, is one of the best methods of combating insect pests. By depriving them of shelter and exposing them to the action'of frosts great numbers will bo killed off which otherwise would come out in the spring vigorous and ready to attack the young crops. Crimson clover, as well as any other hay, should bo cut before the seed matures. The Department of Agriculture reports the death of horses from eating crimson clover hay that was cut when matured and dried. The hairy barb when dry is indigestible, and renders such hay aiS unfit for horses Root or crown galls attack apple, cherry, peach and other trees and the raspberry. It is spread from affect- rarS l ed nurseries. It is believed that raua there is no cure for it. Tiie trees mm should be dug out and burned. If house plants becomo frozen, darken the room and sprinkle with water from the well, with a few drops Ilka of camphor in it. Keep the temperature at 45 degrees for twenty-fou- r hours. This is the advice given by a tils Are being sold by us at prices way below what you pay for Auction Trash, we carry no shoddy trash, Good Stuff from us at Low Cash Prices. you buy First-class CARPETS My residence and of land f.r rent. West Main street, Richmond C H. PIGG. All the Kentucky newspapers h;n t begun to squeal and call in a luud voice for subscription money. i. Win. Short and Miss Lena , Itoth of Poosey, this county, vi ro married Thursday by Squire J5o-p- A run r. for the Wanted a house-koepPattie A. Clay Infirmary. Apply in I rson or by writing to Mrs. Belle er two hundred acres of land, price ?10,000. The farm is one mile from lnxfssionat Irvine, repotted forty Muir's Station, on the R. N. I. & B. tni- lulls to Judge Redwine, Saturrailroad; three and a quarter miles day night. from Line Station, on the Southern, The infant of Mr. and Mrs, James and about nine miles from Lexingo ton. Mr. Boggs ghc&the foregoing I zior, of Red House, is slowly mg from a most severe attack of accurate discription so that his Madison county friends may find him pneumonia. when in that section. The first of a series of entertain-ni- i The Rcqistcr Sold. nN to be given by the Pattie A. ( laj Infirmary, will be at the court Mr. Richard W Miller purchased and took possession of, last Saturliiu., Dec. 9. Dr. G. W. Young has been select- day, the Kentucky Register, which will be under his supervision in the ed as a delegate to the National Convention, to be held in future. Judge French Tipton, who ahmgton, D. C, December 9 to 10. is, beyond all doubt, wedded to journalistic work, and for such was he ('. C. Xorris, administrator of R. intended, will preside over the paper K. K'kins, deceased, will sell ai in tho capacity of editor, while R. Saturday, Dec. 12, all Lee Davis will bo retained as local the property recently belonging to editor. Tho paper will he DemocratR. 11 Elkiiis. ic, instead of independent, as reported. We are glad to welcome Mr. , county young lady A Hopkin-the journalistic ate somo half ripe persimmons, a Miller intosuccess in his newfield, and wish him venture. f w days ago, and they puckered up every Sick Family. her mouth so, she whistles tune she breathes. Mr. Henry Pickels has a violent atTne North Middletown Advance tack of pneumonia in its worst form. has adopted a new mode for the collec- His wife is sick and has been for some tion of subscriptions. Each week it pub- lime, and his two children are both re lishes those that are behind, as a result coering from serious illnev. He has heen foreman of the Gazette office for a the are coming up. number of ears ami this is his first seThe Carlisle Mercury says Dr. J. rious ill uess. Mr. Pickels is an attenthe A . Barnes delivered to AVeil, the industrious workman and entirely faithThe grand jury, which has been im-prAnti-Saloon M. l.well. was called at 3 p. m. Our boys had no Dr. W. M. Elliott, of Mayfield, and trouble at all in defeating Expenses this year were $2GG.19, the Paris Miss Margarite Cochran were marincluding an overdraft of $24.78 from players. The score stood 14 to 0 in year. Leaving a balance in ried at Paint Lick, Wednesday. 11. S This makes the second last Rev. Mehan, of Louisville, officiat- victory bank on Nov. 1, 1890, of $36 74. our boys have pained over this ing. The goom is well known in team. The teams lined upas follows: The following improvements have Richmond; his father, Prof Milton been added during the year: C. II S. Tarie. Elliott, was for years principal of Chcnault, C. Operating room with all modern Kel'.ey L. 11 Kirk-vil- le improvements, Institute, but now of Clienault, J. Spears. L. T. Mayfield. The bride is an accomA Children's Ward, L. G. Hurst Johnson plished lady and a cousin of Mrs. J. Suniuu A Negro Ward, C. Talbott T. Palmer, of this city. The Climax A Laparotomy Ward, Maupin, J. R. G. Pernell wishes them a long and piosperous A Laundry, Mann R. T. Devore life. A Bath Room. Blessing R. E. Gentrv, R. The Sabbath schools of the city Purchased a Farm in Jessamine Counly. Q. B. Jamison Gentry, J. and connty fitted up the pretty B. Boggs bought of M. H. Maupin, V. Marsh L J. H. Children's Ward completely. It Edwards Nave, Monday, a farm two miles Gentry, A. H. B. contains two beds and all improvenorth of Nicholasville, containing Maupin, A. Spears F. B. pi Boy's Overcoats $1.19, $1.48 and $2.00, a Good Cassiraere Overcoat for men with velvet collar for $1.9S, a Good Cassimere High Collar Men's Long Ulster Overcoats for $2 4S, worth $0.00, Men's Navy Blue and Black Oassiniere Suits Nicely Made and Good Fitters for $2.9S a suit, Boy's Knee Suits 69c, worth $1.25, we sell pants of suits and odd pants WAY BELOW J ments. The cost of tho foregoing improvements, exclusive of the Children's The death of Mrs. Sallie Trowitt Ward, was raised by subscriptions, Clienault, wife of Robert Clienault, amounting to $491, which Is not indeceased, who died of heart trouble cluded in the financial reports be Small Wares and Notions in endless varieties. We sell Pins and Needles at 1c. a paper, Sox and Stockings Monday evening, November 30, at low. iic. per pair, Good Handkerchiefs 3c, Good Long Suspenders ior men 10c. per pair, seamless the residence of her stepson, D. M. REPORT OF SECRETARY. Spool Cotton 3 for 10c. Best Clienault, on Lancaster Avenue, was $600.00 a sorrowful surprise to the people of Money from county 30000 Richmond. Deceased, who was in Money fiom city 112.00 Membership Fees Ulio st of all Kinds Them. the 62d year of her age, had been Away, Ask to 535 59 complaining for several weeks, but Nurses' services 46836 wasjiot considered to be dangerously Board from pay patients 11300 Entertainments ill until Monday, when, at the close 180.00 You can get anything you are We have one entire house adjoining our store full of Trunks and Valises. of day, it could be seen that the Subscriptions 48 00 Interest on note from us Call and see them. looking for in this line grim hand of death was hovering 17 34 near, and at 7:30 o'clock her soul Donation Day 17.14 took its flight for the great beyond, P. O. Order from Berea fgJs 7.00 Sale of stove from w hence borne no traveler ever 1 50 returns. Her life has been an ex- For Transient Patient 3.00 ample of all that was good and noble, Paid in at Association a constant worker in the' Baptist $2.40293 flower grower. . 25 - 24 church, of which she was a devoted Total Zaring, Mattie Allen Clean up the fallen leaves and rub- SlrByEfrSlafrSIMfrSIS Sho was tho mother of member. glEJraUjpliraU l Sec'y of Association. i u- bish in orchard and fields which may Airs. E. B. Evans and Miss Earl EUllnalEnraBiabEln "glMI SJMMI eMieM collect, as early as possible. It is REPORT OF TREASURER. Clienault, a stepmother of Judge J. not only unsightly, but it furnishes a T. A., David and D. M. Clienault, Rec'd from Sec'y Aeso. C, $2,402.93 For K14noy Troubles. shelter and a breeding place for inClosing Out at Cost. Whatever may be the cause of blanchof this place, and W. T. Clienault, of Paid Treas. Bd . Directors BRIDGEFORD'S 2,366.19 numerable vermin and insects which there is nothing better than Foley's Kid- ing, the hair msy be restored to its oiigi- Nashville. Tennessee. The funeral Bal. in Bank, Nov. 1, '96 Miss Tempie Oldham is closing 3G.74 will nal color by the use of that potent remedy will annoy you another year. Burn ney Cure. Everyone who tries it will take place from the resident of Mrs. C. W. Clay, RANGE. all such waste, or put it to good uso agree to this. Sold by V. G. White. Hall s Vesetable Sicilian Hair lienewer. out her entire stock of fall hats at ECONOMIST I). M. Clienault at 1 o'clock cost. 2t Treas. of Asso. 26 23 in the compost heap. It SF.E THEM after which the remains will be taStrayed cr Stolen. ken to Nicholasville for interment. REPORT OF TREASURER AND SECThe farmer needs his vacation as EXAMINE THEM ! Catarrab la. tho Scad That soft, rich, glossy sheen, so much From my farm near Valley View, The family have the sympathy of the RETARY OF LOARD OF DIRECTORS. much as the merchant or tho preach- la a dangerous disease. It may lead admired in hair, can be secured by the PURCHASE THEM! entire community in their sad be Cash from Asso. Trsas $2 366 19 er. Beside tho gain in tho way of directly to consumption. Catarrah is use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. All the assist Ky., on Tuesday night, Nov. 10, hay horse, 10 hands high, mane sherred, reavement. 24.78 rest, he will see many things which caused by impure blood, and the true ance that nature requires to make the Pd Overdraft of Last Year rather weighty. Reward of $10 will cattle importer, last Saturday, 1G ful and reli'ible. Lexington Gazette. Salaries and Expenses Nurses 822 85 will be of profit if he keeps his eyes ay to cure it is by purifying the blood. hair strong, beautiful, and abundant is be given for return of same to open. He will get suggestions about Hood'uSarsaparilla cures catarrah because supplied by this excellent preparation. Three Great Lights. 752.98 Housekeeping Expenses had of cattle that averaged 1570, lbs. Mr. Pickels. is a brother of G. W 2425 Will Tili.ett. 180.00 crops and cultivation, about differf r w Inch he jrot 4. It Capt. Thomas, who resides at Paris, Salary to Housekeeper it removes the cause of it by purifying Pickels. the saddle and ent breeds of stock, that he can nev- the blood. Thousands testify that they 105.39 A large tobacco barn on Mrs. harness dealer of thia city, and was for but operates a large saw mill at Ford Improvements and Repairs 139.30 er get by staying right on his own have becu cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla, Aching Joints and owns the noted Estill Springs, Drugs and Supplies twenty-on- e years an employee of the Sn.ilhe Jesse's farm, three miles east 100 20 farm. Industrial American. passed through Richmond last Furniture Announce the presence of rheumatism 20,000 Kentucky Register. of Versailles, containing about 29.2 Soo&'S PillB are purely vegetable anc1 do which causes untold buffering. n Thursday, en route to Irvine. Know- Bedding and Linen pounds of tobacco and a lot of corn, GENESIS OF ARISTOCRACY. Thanksgiving Fire. 1450 not purge, pam or gripe. All druggist. ing that Capt. Thomas was a zealous Printing is due to lactic acid in the blood. Are gaining favor rapidly. burin d Thursday morning. H It cannot be cured by liniments or other Business men and travel40 00 Had it not been for the conven- Democrat and had been very active Water 25c. lers carry them in vest History shows that aristocracy is an Schlegel is making six cabinet ience of wator, Dr. W. G. White's in the late election, we asked him Hardware 16 60 a pockets, ladles carry ttiem outward applications. Hood's instance of the survival of the fittest. In medicine photos and one almost life size por- drugstore would hae burned la.st how he took the defeat. "I shall bo Coal Tho Mo4sra Mother 105.17 -' , purifies the blood, removes the in purses, housekeepers keep them friends. 2c closets, friends recommend, them to In (he days of personal violence, it was Has found that her little ones are im cause ot ' traits for $5. Leave your money at Thursday. Dr. White was drawing perfectly satisfied," said the Captain, Sundries 460 j'l rneumatism ana permanently li'in.e, instead of sending it off with varnish from a barrel, and as it was "if the Republican party will restore Insurauce The great Italian tenor, Italo Campan-in- i, 3000 those who could give and take the hard- proved more by the pleasant Syrup of . cures ti,;g disease. This is the testimony est knocks that became the founders of Fiirs, when in need of the laxative effect of thousands ot people who is dead. a lamp was industrial prosperity, but this I con:z nts, as that make-- , hard times. dark in the suffe-e- d onte of a gentle remedy than by any other, the paini of rheumatism hut who have $2,366 19 princely houses, and Napoleon's camW would like for you to know more necessary, wnicn lie ngliteu, but was sider an impossibility, should they Total paigns and England's colonial wars and that it is more acceptable to thtm. actually been cured by taking Hood's 114 about our Miits, come in, bring some-bot- lj about eight feet from the barrel, and adhere to the policies they advocated Number of Patients For or demonstrate that the principle is still Children enjoy it and it benefits them. Sarsaparilla. Its great pow er to act upon 104 with you to help you choose, thinking it becure, proceeded to during the late campaign. Believ- White valid. But the old conditions, though The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manu- the blood and remove SOLD m draw the varnish. A brcezo was ing the policy disastrous to general Colored ' 10 you'll be doubly pleased with anotii- . ever' impurity is they have not changed at all, have heen factured by the California Fig Syrup the secret of the wonderful cures by blowing through tiie basement, and prosperity, I did all on in my nower Number of Operations 49 judgment. Covington & Mitchell. RICHMOND. HOUSE, occupied by much modified by circumstances; and Company onlv. Sold by W. G. Whits. Hood's Sarsaparillo. MY STORE Wilkjinjr, on Mam street, the fumes from the varnish, it was to defeat it. I beliovo further that Deaths 26 29 11 Gcorce M. what the man of iron was of yore, the 26 23 E. H. P. Paimer, has received supposed, caused it to ignite. Tho we had the grandest leader that ever Pay Patients BY 48 in Richmond, Ky., is for sale or rent. The merchant man of gold is s hi of the handsomest jewelry, amount of damage can not yet be pleded the cause of humanity, and County " Possession given Jan. 1, 1S97. Apply to For Horsonsss 42 For Pneumonia prince, the cotton lord, the Napoleon of ciork- -, watches, and in fact, the ascertained, but it will amount to lie ought to have been elected. I City Benj. Ingerson, of Hutton. Ind., says J. A Sullivan. " 22 Robt. H. McCrery. finance, are the men who give and take Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., he had not spoken nicest Hue of holiday goods ever several bundled dollars. one of the three Charity " (From Estill county) 1 above a whiper for consider him r nd the hard knocks in our day, and the siys: "I have used Foley's Honey shown in Richmond, and invites the greatest lights of the nineteenth cen- Transient, county. 1 mouths, and one bottle of Foley's Honey Wanted to Exchange Hats. result is the same. For benefiting them- Tar in three very severe cases of pneu- and Tar restored 1'uM'c inspection. tury. Bismark, who stands for unit- Transient pay, his voice. It is used 11 Farm Wanted- A young man by the name of selves, are rewarded with titles and monia the past month, with good resulis. very largely by speakers and Singer?. As the search-ligPhysicians in charge, Drs. Gib30u, honors they pierces the Roberts from Tate's Creek, in com- ed Germany," is greater than the 3 2G 29 abroad, with adulation at home; Sold by W. G. White. 26 29 darkness of night, so our prices pany with two other men walked King; Gladstone, who stands for Foster, Poyntz, Bales, Kennedy, and escutcheons still mean that their Sold by W. G. White. We Send it I desire to buv a farm of from Christian civilization, is greater than Frazee, Evans, Jasper, Holton, Perdisp the gloom of these "trying into Shackelford & Gentry's hardEcw to Prevent Pneumonia. professors have triumphed in the strug"OE sure to get Simmons Liver Reg--- -' 100-T- 0 TO- hard twines" and wonderfully illumi- ware store, Saturday, and asked to the Queen; William Jennings Bryan, ry, Ed. Poyntz, Heath, and Vaught. gle for life. The means employed hrtve 150 -- ACRES At this time of the year a cold is vry ulator for your spring medicine. who stands for independent Amernates the great bargains for your sec some Bertha K. Streng, Treas. After exchauged the moated grange and the easily contracted, and if left to run its It's the old reliable that did the old folks Land to bo fertile and well located. If I I Covington & amining tho saws, the three men icans greater than the President; Carrie Farley, Sec. comfort and needs. desire to rent, and battle-ax- e have been replaced by tho course without the aid of some reliable so much good. Don't let anyone per- should fail to buy I for 9 these are the three greatest living will pay money rent V. Gibson, same. Mitchell. Ellen countinc-hous- c walked to the back part of the store, men but cough medicine is liable to result in that suade you to take any thing else instead. and the check-booYoung and Old. J. H. BCGGS. Bimetallism is right. President of Asso. Died. and were in a deep conversation for the principle remains. Might, not right, dread dibease, pneumonia. We know You can always tell Simmons Liver RegNo permanent prosperity can come to as of no better remedy to cure a cougn or ulator by tho Red Z on the package. is what is worshipped or feared Rejoice with us Col John Oliver, for a long time several minutes, and on starting out this people without it, and it is sure Howard Perkins, Superintendent of the leading distiller of Clark coun- Roberts picked up Mr. Gentry's hat to pievail. Wo have no use for mints LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. in the times of Richard Flantagenet ; cold than Chamberlain's Couch RemeJy. Don't forget the wonl Regulator the Philadelphia county jail, committed in the Discovery. the mediaeval conditions have persisted We have used it quite cxteusiyely i nd Simmons Liver Regulator better than suicide by shooting himself in the head. ty, died at his home near AVinches-te- r and loft his, which was an old dirty, and mint laws, if metals are just as ConnECTED Weekly worn out hat, in exchange, but the with the inediroval attitude of man. So, it has always given entire Mtisfaction. Friday, aged 72 years. anything else, and sure to do you good porter, who happened to see the valuable uncoined as when coined Butter ' 12clb haviog defeated his enemies, triumphed Olagah, Ind. Ter. Chief. (3) When a man has suffered for years into money." Acquitted. would-b- o thief, notified Mr. Gentry, This is tho ouly remedy that is known with a weakness that blights his life and 15c doz over difficulties, and acquired wealth, Eggs An aged woman of Cincinnati, O., was robs him of all that really make life Entertainment. Joe Williams, who was arrested in who lifted his hat from Roberts head 5c lb which is power, man intrigues for a title to be a certaiu preventive of pneumonia. Chickens (live) worth living, if he avail himself of a drives to tho stationer's AmoBi! the manv thousands who have robbed by three men who, at the point spring on the charge just as he was leaving the store. Winchester last . 5c lb in Europe, and We have the pleasure of announc- Chickens (sprinc) complete cure, w by not possess the moral of shooting John Cole several years Gc lb to order a coat of arms at home; and used it for cold3 and la grippe, we have o a Pwtol, took nearly $400. Boonsborough Chapter for Mrs. Sayre. courage to stop his downward course. ing the engagement of Mr. Polk Mil- Ducks (live) ago, in Estill county, was tried last We will send you by mail, ABSOLUTE10 to 12Jc lb hore, as abroad, the descendants of tho never jet learned of a single case having After heariiiK some friends continually The Louiivillo Time s says: Judging ler, who will givchisDialectRecitalt Cheese LY FKKK, in plain package, the ho praising Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera D. M. Clienault, Pl'ff., Persons Wednesday in the Irvino circuit by present appearance the coming Re- consisting of Stories, Sketches and Lard 6 to 7c lb fittest of earlier generations who are not resulted in pneumonia. Noticeofsale DI5. HUFFMAN'S KES fitf.iinst .- 1- In Equity. TORATlVBTACLKrS.witha VITAL guar court and acquitted. . 20c lb efficient fighters themselves are pushed have weak lungs or have reason to fear and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of ,. pent of the D. A. R. in this State is Mrs. Songs, illustrative of old times in Beeswax . . legal W.E.P McAlister, Deft $2 50c to $3.00 lb to the .wall by the strong men of the an attack of pneumonia, should keep tiie Anaheim, California, purchased a. bottle antee to permanently cure LOST MANHog Pen Raided. Will Sayre, of Lexington. Itappears the South, with the Old Virginia Ginseng virtue of a judgment and order of HOOD, SKXUAL WEAK 12 to 13c lb dav, as has been the case since feudalism remedy at hand. The 25 and 5) cent of it for his own use and is now as en Plantation Negro as a central figure. Wool (No. 1) ." '. A raid was made, last Saturday that Mrs. Sayre is being given the of the Madison Circuit Court, NKSS. VARICOCELE, STOPS forever sle 26 29 Mr. Miller is the best delineator of Burn' and Cott . f. . . . .' 7 to Sc lb was born of the Dark Ages. A poor sizes forsale by W. G. White. thusiastic over its wonderful work as rendered at the September Term thereof, NIGHT EMISSIONS and all unnatural pledges of a majority of the chapnight, on Doc H. M. Herndon's hog persist only in a poor . 5c lb aristocracy'-caanyone can be The 25 and 50 cent sizes 1896. in the above style cause, the un- drains. Returns to former appearances pen, one and a half miles from town, ters, and tho last to declare in her tho Old Southern Plantation Negro Green hides . .3 . ''J-'Theperson whouisturbed the congrega- for dersigned will, on 5toCclb country like Germany, where, moreover, '' sale by W. G. White. emaciated organs. has ever appeared on fh? public Dry hides. . 25 29 on the Barne's Mill pike, in whicn favor was the Roonesboro Chapter, that Sunday by coughing is requitNo C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. 32c lb the military system fosters it by supply- tion last of Feathers (new) . county. The decision of stage, and his description three of his fat hogs were stolen. of Madison call on W. G. While and get a Healthy, happy children make better Monday, December;t7, 1896, If we could not cure, we would not send 25 to 35 ing it with its hereditary occupation, ed to days down on Gesse live the Madison county chapter has not his "boyhood's happy No clew to the thieves. our medicine FREE to try, and pay when soldiering. But in a jnercantile nation bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar which men and women of us all. A little caro Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. in., 2G 29 yet been announced It is highly the farm" he introduces the most and a little planning before birth u often and 11 o'clock, a. m., at the Court Honso satisfied. Write Address as this maj not Sold Out. the poor aristocrat disappears to make always gives relief. appear again. probable, despite the popularity of side splittingtories, and reproduces more important than anything that can door in Richmond, Madison county, Ky., place for a new aristocracy that has won E. R. Rowland sold, last Saturday, the Louisville candidate, Mrs. Max- in a realisthmanner those old planDon't be persuaded into buying be doue after. On the mother's health (being December County Court day), Western Medicine Company, the favors of the golden calf. And so it to Bowman and Jones, his stock of well, that the scepter will pass to tation melodies accompanied by the without reputation or proceed to expose te public sale, to the has always been, for it is a historical e groceries, which they moved to the Bluegrass, and on no worthier banjo, wbich carry the Tain Balm costs no more, and strength depend the life and the highest bidder, the following described I3C0RF0SUIKD. Kalamazoo, Mieli. fact that a certain .medireval English and its merits have been proven by a future of the children. A weak and sick property, viz : their grocery in the Dillingham ad- recipient could it be bestowed than Southerners back to the days of their Baker, .Toe Morrow, John 24-A Lot of Land in the City of Richof his rauk because test of many years. Such letters as the ly women cannot bear strongand healthy Myers, Nannie JlTrs", peer was deprived childhood; and gives to those who Carson, O. M. dition. Mr. Rowland has opened a Mrs. Sayre. Farrish.M. Hon. he did not have the means to uphold its following, from Lv G. Bagly. Hueneine, children. Mcstof the weakness of wo- mond. Ky., in the Estill Addition to said meat market at the stand recently are not familiar with tho negro the Clienault, Ema It is reported at Washington tliat a Covington, Hattie Uoberson, America dignity with lavish display. Adriaan Cal , are constantly being received: "3?he men is utterly inexcusable. Proper care City, and fronting on the 2orth side of National Conferencejmay be held, with a The Gas Bag. occupied by Mack Hamilton. very 'oest opportunity of hearing tho Fowler. French iuain street, nnoui hi leet, ana running feta;rner, Owen S. van Wcstrum, in November Lippen-cott'- s. (Col)Shearer. Marv Tom Adams, of the Paritagraph, Pure- - Negro Dialect from one who (4iliRon."Mnr best remedy for pain I have ever usel is and proper medicine willcurealmostanyi back with parallel lines to a ten foo"t view of establishing a uniform price of Attempt at Burglary. Rachel Sigmons, Bel Balm, aud I sayl' eo disorder of tho feminine organism. Dr. alley about 100 feet. Said pronertv is wheat. Chainberlain'8-Paigreat deal of spite knows it, not from study norlrom Harris, bounded on the East by Carmich- Kmith, Sopha Last Friday evening shortly after seems to liavo a, reading it, but from having been in Harper, Maggie it in my family for sev- Tierce's Favorite Prescription has been ael, on the Jiorth by the Johu foot alley. after having used ten Terrill, T. M. Highlands, Julia supper hour thieves entered tho resi- against the Climax, tho reason for contact with that race all his life. tested in thirty years of practice. It is on eral years." It cures rheumatism, lame "wo do not know and care a west uy a. x. jjougms, lot torm GEO. W. RILEY Walker, George Johnson, W. M. and Kczema;i Tetter, dence of Mrs. Robert Hagan, on such healthy soothing, strengthening. It h erlytne owned by defendant, and purchased Tho entertainment is in no senso a Johnson, James A. Walker, Rode3 darn sight less! In Tuesday'? ediitching and smarting inci- back, sprains and swelling. For saleilby perfectly The intense Fifth street, while occupants of the tion of natural in its operation and ef- of J. J. Bnxiks andD. M. ChenanlU White, John S. 2 23 dent to these diseases is instantly allayed W. G. "White. the Pantajraph, he jumps on lecture, but is rather "An Evening King, Alex Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Or a sufficient nnanlitv thereof to nro-AYIlliauis, Maggie house were awake and about their IM Miller, Meado fect. By its use, tl lousands of w eak women by applying' Chamberlain's Eye and Democrat for using ,of Story and Song." If you would Miller, Ollie the "Winchester Wright's Celery Capsules. dnce the sum of $324.60. the amount of The numerous cures of rheumatism.by have been made strong and healthy White. J. J). H. duties. An alarm was given and the two kin Ointment. Many very bad cases Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To money so ordered to be made, and the of his articles for which tho enjoy a hearty Jaugh, Mr. Miller Miller, Kato Williams, Tom have been permanently enred by it. It the use of the old standard burglars made good their escape. have been made the mothers of strong costs hereof Woens, Leaner Wright Medical Cp., Co!., O.: Climax was credited, and savs we comes prepared to furnish tho in- Moore, Malcolm is eqnally efficient for itching piles and Ayer's Sarsaparilla, show conclusively and healthy children. Taken during TERMS. Said wilt hf mnrtonn n rro.M Knot's a Good Thing. J B. WILLIS, Postmaster. a favonto remedy for eoro nippltjs ; that it is an effective remedy, if Gents I have purchased a box of of them until tho Pataf-grap- centive. never heard Tlip nnrfifi.njr Ttrill h gestation, it makes child birth easy and al- of chapped hands, chilblains, frost pif23 came out. Poor, silly thing, I' It is a. rare treat we thus afford our Wneht's Celery Capsules from G "L. Mt. Vernox, Mo , Nov. 25, '96. specific, for this moat paicfai most painless and insures andTchronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box. the well being required to give bond, with approved, what would ho do if rope was conveur people by bringing so distinguished Editor Climax: Y&vniFfji; then ok and nersutent ot maladies w nat 18 of both mother and child. Send 21 cents secuniy, luriuo paymentot inepurcnase Middelton, drugxtet, and used them far WASTED travel fof responsible esmoney, to Dear Sir: You will ient? We do not care to' use our an entertainer to our city and we do Condition Powders, fire cured others will also euro you. Dr. t m onecentstauips to World's Dispensary (judgment, have the force and effect of a Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Cocsti-patiSalary bearing legal interest froea -and found that they zare e find enclosed postal order for $1.25, valuable space on such a subjeot, this with the confident bolief that we tablished house in Kentucky. perraa-nan-t, joet vrfiat a horse needs when in had expenses. 1'ositlon Ringinfr'noiftes inthlT ears, snapj (nj; Medical Association, jBaflalo, NSYand ttho day of sale, with a hen reserved npoa mediate relief wry time. 1 tliMJritB condition. Tonic, blood purifier and for which continue my subscription but any indifference between Mr. will be accorded a largo, audience $780 and sEjelosetf self-a- d Beference. vermifuge. They, are, wot food Ipr buzziag, roaring, caused bycatarrab, H receive Dr Piereaa JOOjS page 'CohiibSb said property .uatil att' the purchase exeelMBt remedy.. to the Climax. Adams and the Climax can bo set- and a hearty reception for, Mr. Polk dressed stamped ifnvelope. The tnfulip.trtA smri thn hoar tiA JBOBUy.ij paid.,-rmff s dmppear wita the Oee ot Hooa's- - a M- i- Sense Medical Adviser," prfoneely illus a ' a . National, Star Ini ursflco ftPM UUTBO IB pmiHI tled without burdening: tho public .Miller. SCOTT, M.-.Respectfully, CO. trated. Jtl? SSrM " ' - 1 wate per package A i with comtait,mud slinging.-Giles Harris, M. P. tWcSt "" Death of an Estimable Lady. MANUFACTURERS PRICES. kk i; hmk hi k m Eg iH w f pjf ip D OLDHAM & CO. apgfrjjy I ! m0 I to-da- y, well-know- n i Rheu-mUis- Sarsa-paril- Hood's Pills U .- ba-em- '' hi to-da-y. n 25-2- to-d- ay UESIU ht FREE! 1 -- cross-cut-saw- s. k, to-da- y. to-da- y 1 Comnsr's Sale! ............ ". ShLK-ACIIS- K, to-da- y, List of Letters. Lni-men- ts merit-Chambe- rlain's old-tim- 23 n Salt-Rheu- m -- II . blood-purire- rj h notj'jn-deedvt- he Ca-Jy'- s : on -- ., I I ac - i isnf : -? . , v" if -- A . -- JV4 . - air GKLIUMX, if "i "LfcjKiarf y&s&K:i y '& .. j r TS r .. s Q,W.Jr. -, -., s ''-- - 4J' 1! Nov. 2C Promi- , T r.; ZC ?- - i f KENTUCKY The Latest -- NEWS. lews From All Paxta ot the CommomrralUi. TOLLGATE TROUBLES Will B Alrrd IWore the Next Kentucky clslatar?. e Frjlkktort, Ky., Nov. 30. The troubles 'will come before the next legislature. The state constitution, while providing1 that counties may vote for free pikes, limits the debt which any county may incur. Many counties tvhich haro voted for free pikes are in this way prevented from carrying' out . toll-pat- r b ft ii II ft down this lawlessness whenever called upon, and would also offer an additional heavy reward for the capture of regulators if requested by county authorities. United States detectives have been ordered to this county to shadow the men who have, sent their wishes. anonymous letters in a few threatening Directors will meet here days to offer big rewards for the arrest through the mails. The president of the Frankfort, Lexington & Versailles of tollgate raiders in this county. Turnpike Co. said Wednesday they would continue to collect toll on their Danced In Court. . Lexisotox, Ky., Nov. GO. A painter road if it required the expenditure of recently prepared the floor of the Mer- every cent in their treasury. rick lcdgeroom for dancing. The memGood I'onltlou for Gov. llradler. bers of the Lexidgton German club Louisville, Ky., Nov. 20. The Couclaimed the floor wasn't fixed right and refused to use it. The lodge then rier Journal says Thursday that polirefused to pay the painter, and he ticians w ho arc well posted are firmly brought suit. During the trial of the of the opinion that Gov. W. O. Bradley case in the circuit court one of the will not be governor of Kentucky after members of the German club illustrat- September, lb97, when he will accept a ed a dance to show why the floor post of high importance at the hands of President McKinlcy, who will save wouldn't do. it for him, so it is stated, until after the JrM Atrlilson Dead. fall election, when Gov. Bradley can Ky., Nov. 31 Jcsc be succeeded as governor by Lieut. Lexington, Atchison, brother of the famous tout, Gov. Worthington. This appointment-i"11am" Atchison, died of consumption to be in recognition of Bradley at St-- Joseph's hospital Sunday. Jess swinging the state into the republican Atchison was a noted character. He ranks. was the murderer of -- Dode" Jenkins, 111); Hydrophobia Scare. whom he killed in a brawl in a Vine Beiiby, Ky., Nov. 20. Newt McNccs, etreet resort several years ago. For who was bitten by a mad cow, began this he received a life sentence in the to feel stinging pain in his haud and penitentiary, but on account of his ill- arm and hurried to MadUon county, ness was pardoned. where he applied the Burgin It adhered seven times. A. T). An Cnhippy Triry. WrsTLtnERTy, Ky., Nov. 30. An unLytee, who was bitten by the same happy tragedy occurred in Elliott coun- cow, has gone to apply a madstone in ty, llill" Adkins returned to his home Bourbon county. Many other have in an intoxicated condition, and began been bitten and a veritable panic preabusing his son Math. He drew his vails. Cons are going mad every day knife, and struck at his son, but missed and every dog in this vicinity has baen him. the knife taking effect in the ' killed. neck of John Mannin's little llnrned a Tollhouse. daughter. The girl is not dead Feaxkfokt, Ky., Nov. 20. Free yet, but u not expected to live many turnpike raiders Wednesday night set hours. Ere to the tollhouse on the Flat Creek road, about two miles from this city, w Trial for Lafr HrooLa. Fijankfoht, Ky., Nov. SO. The and it was burned to the ground. It court of appeals baturday reversed the was officially stated Wednesday night judgment of the Morgan circuit court that the turnpike directors have decidin the case of La.ayette Itrooks, who ed to commence Thursday collecting was sentenced to bo hanged for the toil on all roads in the county, and murder of Gus McKcnzie at West Lib-- j will supply their keepers with arms erty in June, 1S36. The ground for for protection and with instructions to reversal is error in the lower court in kill marauders in the future. forcing the defendant into the trial Trmcedy Near TompUlnaville. with undue haste. Glasgow, Ky., Nov. 20 At the notorious Bed Jacket, one mile from Trial. Krfnaed n Nf Louisville. Ky , Nov. 80. Judge rompkinsville, a young man, giving Tone, baturday mornmj refused to bis name as Cantrill and his home as grant a new trial in the case of the re- Smithville, Tenn , was shot and inpublican cit council and mayor whom stantly killed by Walter Leslie, a Senator Leslie, of lie enjoined from removing the demo- aehev of Leslie, cratic board of public safety. The Tompkinsville, and of mayor will now institute new impeach- Df Montana. Cantrill was a professional gambler and trouble aroe over ment proceedings. i game of cards. Leslie surrendered -. Griff Cauied Snlcliland claims Nfw Casti.k, Ky., Nov. 30. Mrs. Jani- - Albro Arquittod. Tholly Jones w ho lived near Turner's Warsaw, Ky., Nov. 23. James W. nation, lett the house in her night dress and threw herself into a pond Albro was acquitted by a jury Wednespicnic close by. Her suicide is supposed to day for killing John Lee. At-have been caused by grief because her Dn July 4 last orne one t.l I Lee that ultr'. Lee lis daughter had bea husband had sold their home. tvas drunk and ru&hed throntrh the Da l in tlio Mount tin. finally asMinni.ESBO!to, Ky., Nov. 30. News ;rowd. striking at several, about 18 has been received here of a duel be- saulting Albro. who is Lee deid. years tween John Branham and William fears old. Albro shot Moore, of Letcher county, in which Colored School Principals Meet. Branham was shot and instantly Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 20. The colkil'ed. Moore escaped. The fight oc- ored school principals of central Kencurred over an old grudge. tucky will meet here Thursday at the State Normal school. Papers will be Krisliet t. Oat Loin. Irvine, Ky., Nov. 30. The Kentucky read by J. II. Garvin, W. 1L Miyo, J. river lias r.sen about ten feet in the II. Jacltson. G. P. Russell, J. W. Bate last 24 hours, and the lumbermen are and C W. Reynolds on subjects of intaking advantage of the rise to fill the terest. An organization maj- be efriver with their logs, many thousands fected. passing this point each hour. Failed to Jniouci Meat h. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 2G. Ihe imArquitttd of Murder. West Liiirti, Ky., Nov. 3a IYank peachment charges made against S. Sleath, superintendent of LexIVlfrey, who was tried here for the murder of Irani: Williams, a few days ington's public work, were not susago, was acquitted o the grounds of tained, and the accused was acquitted Only one member 'J he jury w as out only 30 Wednesday night. of the court voted for impeachment. xn.nutcs. Callrd lo llenter. Hunter's Cliancp. raad-ston- c. I ex-Sta- te ex-Go- v. seif-defens- e. Versailles, charged with the nent officials who went to Frankfort seenNegrojail Thursday. assault, was in He stoutly to see Gov. Bradley in regard to turnhe is pike outrages iu Woodford county, maintains that him. Innocent of the According to the were assured by the governor that the charge against story which he told, he had been workstate would take a hand in putting ing for James Richards, four miles from Ky., Mayfield. On ilonday he was allowed by his employer to go to a neighbor's to work during that day. He worked until six o'clock, and then went to the home of one of the hands near by, where he stayed until eight o'clock, when he left for home. All this he says he can prove. When he reached home he went immediately to bed, and did not disturb the family, who had retired for the night. His return was not observed. THE STATE Will Take a Um.uA In Putting Down law leitnrss In Woodford Connty. DENIES EVERYTHING. Stone, the Negro Charged With Assault, Bays lie is Not Guilty. Louisyuxe, Ky., Nov. 27. Stone, SWEPT BY A TORM. 28. 3Xuch Damage Reported In West KentuckyMan and Child Missing. details of the storm which swept west night have Kentucky Thursday reached here. One iouse was destroyed at Fulton and considerable other damage done there. Along the line of the Illinois Central in southern Illinois some damage wns reported. A man and child arc missing from Kuttawa, Ky. It is believed they were "blown into the Cumberland river and drowned. The depot was wrecked at Eddyville, a factory blown down and the courthouse unroofed. Trains are badly on surrounding railroads. TO DIVIDE KENTUCKY Into Two Federal Court Districts Object Owing to and small musical Instrument, $led a "Paducau, Ky., Nov. the wires being down, and the roads deed of assignment to Burton Vance choked by fallen trees, only meagre Music Doaler Falls. 25. J. P. Simmons & Co., piano dealers, and the J-Simmons Co., dealers in sheet mufic Louisville, Ky., Nov. P. Tuesday afternoon. Both of thefixras are owned by Mr. Simmons, and do business in the same house, S2S Fourth avenue. Mr. Simmons said he could not make an estimate of the assets and liabilities, but thought he could more than pay out. Ho expects to resume business. I I I ! ,B!5t RIlTTft HI in. ij- - 5H -g--a I r C; ) iww - pilJyiil r$, , U onion3 ( ) AN ELEGANT BUTTON FREE L.UUIU0 Bit Cattle Shipment. Paris, Ky., Nov. 25. Wednesday G. Alexander, tho banker and cattle king of Kentucky, shipped from his acro I arm, in tnis county, ooo neau ot Durham cattle to Lendon market for Christmas beeves. They average 1,728 pounds. It will require 50 cars, divided into two trains, to transport them to Norfolk, Va., where they will take the steamer Hurona for London. Watts and Loui6vn.LE, Ky., Nov. 25. with each package of S,00O- - v Pa pod dc-luy- ed s 28. Sam J. Pugh, of Vancebnrg, congressman of this (Ninth) district, will introduce a canvassing board will Friday formally bill at the next session of congress canvass the official returns in this providing for the division of Kentucky state. The silver men have employed Into two federal court districts. The counsel to contest the election of the dividing line will probably leave the 12 McKinley electors, but it is not enriver a short distance below Covington, tirely certain that they will push the crossing the state to Tennessee. The contest. idea is to save transportation expense Chairman Roberts, National Commiton prisoners, who have to be taken to teeman Yerkes and Samuel Taylor, the Louisville or Covington from the exOhio secretary of state, have been here treme eastern counties. Ashland will under the misapprehension that the be urged as a suitable place for one of official count was to take place Wedthe four points for the holding of nesday. They are coming back Friday unueu o im.es cuurk, uuu u new fcj"- to be present at the count. Roberts, eminent building would probably fol and Yerkes are the representatives of low such selection. the state committee, and Secretary HERMIT CAST HIS VOTE. Taylor will be the representative of KENTUCKY BALLOTS. McKlnleys Representative at the Canvass la batnurl Taylor. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 27. The state Ashland, of Ills ItllL Ky., Nov. J. D. Watts and Lucas Sie'ker Tuesday night signed an agreement at last to fight 20 rounds to a decision, at 148 pounds, give or take five, before the cub offering the largest purse. It will probably be pulled off inside of ten days or two weeks, and promises to be a rattler. Judge by anonymous letters Tuesday that the Versailles jail would be mobbed and tho prisoners liberated If any arrests are made of the men who have been destroying tollgate property in this connty during the past week. New stiver Clcb. Hazel Green, Ky., Nov. 25. At a mass meeting of Wolfe county demo crats held here Tuesday, a large freo silver club was formed, with N. L. Ware as president; John M. Rose, vice president, and W. E. Perkins, treas urer. Bryan was indorsed for president in 1900. Sentence AClrmed. Ky., Nov, 25. The court of appeals affirmed the judgment of I e) Versailles, Ky., Mob Violenco Threatened. Nov. 25. County L. IL Parrish received warning e (. 2) 1$ I vrT'(' lli Maj. McKinley liimscl-'- SHE GETS S5.O00. Her Ilutband Killed While Awaltl- nWarsaw, Ky., Nov. 27. In the Gallatin county circuit court Wednesday evening the jury rendered a verdict for S.",000 damages against the L. and N. Rallroa4 Co. in favor of Mrs. Lee S. Taerffe for the death of her husband, who was killed at Sparta, this county, by a train in October, 1805, while waiting for Senator Blackburn, who was coming here to speak. Mr. Taoffc was walking along the railroad track with his back toward the incom-- ii g passenger train, and as it approached he suddenly stepped upon, the track and was struck by the train ard instantly killed. It is supposed ho thought the train was on the opposite track. An appeal w ill be taken to the appellate court. Distilleries Starttnc Up. Owexsboro, Ky., Nov. 27. Notwithstanding the agreement of the Kentucky distillers to suspend operations for IS months, several in Daviess county are preparing to begin operations to fill contracts made before the agree-i- n nt was signed. J. W. McCulloch will start this month, the John Banning distillery is undergoing repairs preparatory to starting up, and the J. W. M. Field is expected to be in operation during the winter. Louisville Failure. Louisvili.e, Ky., Nov. 27. W. R Johnson, a well known insurance man, made an assignment at noon to his brother, A. Y. Johnson. Mr. Johnson w.is prominent as a candidate for mayor when Mayor Todd was first elected, ne was, before the reorganization of Senator Illackburn'4 Cooilnj. it Death of a Noted Kentucklan as a of the Illei tlon. norKiNSViLLE, Ky., Nov. 23. Boyd Griffey, an eccentric character residing near Howell, a station west of this city, and well known as the hermit of Christian county, died of pneumonia, his home at which he contracted on election day, when he was induced for the first time in years to go to the pols and vote. He was supposed to be at least seventy years old, and, though he had lived over forty years on n little farm near Howell, many of his neighbors had never seen him. He was never seen as far as two miles from home. Shot From Amhusb. Nicholasville, Ky., Nov. 2S. Raymond Davis, living oa the line between this county and Madison, was riding He-su- vcVeSi k- - - kS'' jQ? jT Jf ' ( ( ( e ':IV ?Pee,!,l slrc upon Ihe qunli'y of CajM ''at'fcels !,H designed in the latest Prices will 3uit you. anc m. C) &; (9 O) as as &&y- rk ew Frankfort, 1 M Art itotj CiGAiETTES i. T r a e a hm .lp m u 2 the Leslie county circuit court, which gave John Pace, of that county, a 15 years' sentence in tho penitentiary for murder. canvassing board will meet here Friday and canvass the returns from the late election. All interested parties have received notice to be present A Fatal Sack of Corn. Hindman, Ky., Nov. 24. William Thackcr was about to cross the north fork of Sandy river with a sack of corn on his shoulder, when he attempted to take it off. It fell across his neck, overbalancing him and throwing him into the river. He was drowned. two-bushel I fc AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE The Hoard Meets Friday. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 25. The state A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS a i- -.s tho Merchant's national cashier. bank, its Nov. 27. Young Gus Arnold, son of Rev. T. N. Arnold, and a brother of Dalton and Henry Frankfort, Ky., He Loses a Leg. T-- - Arnold, who are now fighting in the Cuban army, was accidentally shot while hunting Thursday, and his right leg was amputated Friday. He is in a critical condition. Mntt Pay th IU- I- horseback along a dark rood, when he was fired on from behind a large gate post by some one. Davis horse was killed and he himself was wounded. It is alleged that a neighbor did the shooting and that he went to a houso soar by Immediately after the shooting and told that he had killed Davis and that he has fled the country. It is said by some that a vroman was the cause of the affair. Murder at Sadltvllle. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Nov. 2S. Town Marshal Tom Sharpe, ot Sadieville, got drunk Thursday night and went to a dance given by James Gibbons. He paid one dollar for a ticket, and as there were not enough women present to suit him he demanded his money back. Gibbons refused and this cost him his life, for the marshal pulled his gun and shot him through the head. A Murder Ends the Partnership. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 2S. J. II. Riley and Alex Grugan, farmers, living in the Flat creek neighborhood, fell out over the division of a partnership crop of corn and fought. Grugan shot Riley in the right side, and the wounded man was thought to bo dying Friday night. Riley is said to have made an statement about the shoot-taante-mortem P?& DR. a l WITHOUT COST. iT a::d UST'S CBTTOH riMlllnnilli FSDvli Original tWfllHUTALflmL&CEaafl dress on receipt of reliable urd l)r.Ru:.t'B rennyroTal I amnio Tsll and cerer Injure. Mwarsns-for ROOT ' Always RAfQ- THE MARKETS. CIKCINXATT. NOV IS. 3Sold by sprit, AV. G. witton Root ucd I'll Is. They norcr plete In on9 rmall pacisge. Mailed to anjadireu 3fnllrd loony il - on receipt ct $1 b; $i.iii iiy Tho Kuji ilctflc no Co- - St. rc!.Mlnc AVliite, Drupf st, Eiolunond, Ky. - l.llii m a Cores In 1 to I Cays. Inae-dlatin effect: qilc U curj. A posltlTO preventive. Can bo carried in rent pocket, all com- o THZ GaCATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGZ; (IVJECTIOfJ.l lr needles If, brass pins? :V, 13 nisrhlr- - Ic. J.irter riblton, cotton and silt. 5, 8, 9, ainl lie a vard, all l..r- Floor oil cloth 20e a ard. IIiy' vuspemlers 5c. Fanners' Iicavy braces 12 aad 2ft-- . "M, suspenders S lo 30f Misses and ladies mit. a large aortmcHt. 10c Bp, all ' ' Nk-white fiamttl mirrors 10c Mirror, 0x12 Mr. d. rk T ' 4 cents a spool. Jtmp u of a dozen. Thimbles lc. IUi!t puis '.' 110. A.'.k to see our line of ladies' and geiita belts lOe ap t tn-Iof bide combs ever sees ia I'., li.m.n I. We have the ?ee our o and 10c comb-- ; oilier hon&e get lo aad 29r . Knggv u hips 10f up. Conil) 3 to 2Uc. C.istile 'onp : and oe per cake. Tnonp3tf Turkiili bath fcoap Sc (jljceri-- e snai. milk osip f (box : cakes) 0c laliy hair brushe- - (white) 1S Shirt buttons ( !2 dozen 011 card) 3c a card. Se.iming braid oc. T.ipe lc Slatu pencils IV a dozen. Lead pencils lc. Shoe blacking. 10c 1kx for.V. Machine oil (hirue lwttle) 3c. Pins I 1 e s nh-es- RJ ( 9) 6) ) ) Ci 0 i? : family, t3&u3.8: sprla; patent. ilt0aO); winter patent. t4S)a95 fancr. lli231: family. J.X50ftl80. extra. S3 2 8); low grade. $lii:.50. rye, northwestern. Ii.7uai8;: o FOun Sprlnc fancy, E385Q-S- 0: Hairbrushes 10, 15 and 5c- Tooth hrusltes 5 to . (Jilt edge 'hoe Shoe fetees 5ca il'ttea. Embroider s.Ik. j .t 13 - for 3c, all colors. Knitting skeins "c Hope and fiio silk : skein or 30c loe. ar.: Colocne 5 to 50c. Daripng cotton lc Spool silk (m . 3 spools thread 10f. Knitting neellfcs 2c set-- Hair pins , .'. box. Lunch boxes 15 and 2Uc. Dolls 3c. Chair lwUonif oc, all sizes. Brass head t.itks 5c Fish lines lc each; book- - iPepper ami "alt boxes 5 and 10c. Uutlerflv ed catch 10c-- Veiling 5, S, 10. 13, 15, dre-ing 0,-- ) 1 V7' lx. - THE WILL LOTJISVILLB, Has elty.ti.70i.8i VTll eat Sales: No 2red.8195o; 5Ta 3 red, M.9lc, Cori No 2 yellow, track. 2!Hc: No. 3 mixed, track. SiHc No. 3 white, track, JJHc; No. 3mlsd, track. 51 He. Oats No. 2 mixed, track, 10c: No. 3 mixed, track, ISc. rejected mixed, track, 1CK'. IK!".- -" -- y Rye Simple, track, 31c Hogs Select shippers, tUSgaiO; select butchers, 3.40A45; fair to good packer.!, 45g3.60; comfair to uood light, to ood shlpperr'. S50S4JJ! choice. 4 30ft 4.40. good to choice butchers', 3 75Llu. fair to medium butchers', Uioi 3.65. common, Sheep and Lambs Sheep: Extras. t33; good to choice. Ji753J.i, common to fair, 50-- . good fL73&5a Lambs: Extras. to choice, I .X5315; common to fair. mon and roughs. Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace. C Halls and Entrance are Marblo and Tiling of t!i Finest Quality. 23 Belts Mens' and ladies' hankerchiefs . to 25c Kid cartel Pocket books 3 to Soc eacl 12 dozen buttons 3c. Pearl buttons 3c. Sleefe holdc Mourning pins 2c box. Hooks and eyes Ic card. AalonuMic pa 3c rani. I'i ton, no needle required. 10c Imix. afetv pins 2 25c each. In isib'e hair pins 2c box. Silk Wind-o- r tie, 'olid colors, 10c. Dress shields 5, S. picture frames 20c liihies bibs 5 and 10c, with nipple at'achcd. Ulie . r- iIkiiukIi bilis V. Towels 5 to 33c. l'rali for toueiin4c up Walking canes 23c. Baby comlorters Pc. Itubber balls V. i: rattles 10c (wa-habl- e) rge ai (3 6) ) , Oi L't fe C; ' ( Cattle Fair Jeofy,?a 2000 Yards of Brilliaal, New Velvet Carpet Adorn tlie Floors - - 0K S, MILLINERY 2D FLOOR. g. ti00. PAKL01W AX1) Ul'PEIt HAhhS. - - - partment, we will for a few davs make a great reduction in prue- is Use time to get a new hat or Imnne? heap lU.AIr.ir . n e; telf-de'cns- e. The court of appeals Wednesday affirmed the judgment of the lower court that Lucy J. Abert should pay $30,000 in fees to Follett .fc Kelley, of Cincinnati, and L. J. Crawford, of Newport. Ky., for services in settling up the CoL James Taylor estate. Coortesy to Democrats, Babboursville, Ky., Nov. 27. The Vf.rsaiilles, Ky., Nov. 30. Rev. J. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 24 CongressKnox county republicans, at their Sowanis of this place, has received a man W. Godfrey Hunter, who is a cancall to the pastorate of the Second Bap- didate for the republican nomination county caucus here, agreed to allow the democrats to vote in the primary tist church at Denver, Col. for United States senator, it is said, election for county offices. Knox ryvr In Kentucky. Colore. has 24 votes pledged on the first caucus county is overwhelmingly republican. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 30. J. It. ballot and eight pledged as second Democrats will not put out any candiSpurgeon. a colored lawyer of Mays-vill- e ;hoice. It takes GO to nominate. dates. was admitted to practice in the Horso Hit Off Ills Kar. One Prison Enough. court of apoeals Saturday. norKiNSViLi.E, Ky., Nov. 27. John Frankxobt, Ky., Nov. & Auditor l'olsoitf-by Cuffe said Wednesday that he Newcastle, Ky., Nov. 30. Mrs. J. Stone of abolishing the Eddyville is in Morton, proprietor of a livery stable, was passing between some stalls prisfavor 15. Young and her brother-in-laon. Gov. Bradley will recommend its Thursday afternoon, when a horse Douglas Carr, were poisoned by coffee. abandonment to the legislature, it is seized his left ear between its teeth, They are dangerously ilL bit of all of the upper lobe, and swalsaid, beyond doubt. lowed it. EDITOR PENDLETON. Voted In the AVrouc Precinct. Captured a SttIL Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 20. Gov. The rrobablo C use or Ills Detention In West Liberty, Ky., Nov. 27. DepBradley Wednesday morning pardoned uty Collector B. M. Ctrr and a posse of Havana. Sam Hudson, of Hickman county, con30. A Tampa, New York, Nov men made a raid on a moonshine still Fin., special says: It is said that at a victed of illegal voting. He had movWednesday night on Caney creek, this meeting in Key West last month Ed- ed across the street and voted in the county. They succeeded in capturing itor Pendleton, who was arrested in wrong precinct. the still. No arrests were made. Havana Friday, in making a speech A Call on the Governor. Drlde Only Thirteen. eulogized the American and Cuban Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 2G. Gov. BradSergent, Ky., Nov. 27. Mr. J. O. flags as the emblems of liberty, and ley has been asked to commit the Nenale, aged 17, was married on Colby the Spanish flag, which he also pro- gro who assaulted Mrs. Green at d creek, west of this city, to Miss Polly duced, as the emblem of despotism. He to the EJdyvillc penitentiary, as Bentley, aged 13, the pretty daughter left aloft the American and Cuban a mob is feared. of a wealthy farmer. Hags, but trod on the other and then Desprato Wood DieJ Gim. Received a Verdict of 83,000 Damages. to shreds. tore it Warsaw, Ky., Nov. 27. Mrs. Lee S, Leranon, Ind.. Nov. 20. WiUiam When he left for Ilavanahe was cautioned. His departure was made Wood, the desperado shot by Police- Taoffe has received a verdict of 55,000 known to the Spanish government by man George Frost Monday night, died damages against the Louisville and their representatives in Key West. at 0 o'clock Wednesday evening. Wood Nashville railroad for the death of her This is probably the cause of his deten- was game until the end and shielded husband. other members of the gang. Escaped From the HospltaL tion. Lekington, Ky., Nov. 27. Frank Second a Verdict of ST 000. The barn of W. W. Morton, a neighOmaha, Neb.. Nov. 30. The Daily bor of President P. J. Berckmans, of McCluskey, of Maysville, patient at St. Joseph's hospital, here, evaded the verorld Herald Saturday becured a the American Homeological society at dict for $7,000 in its libel suit against Augusta, Ga., burned at midnight. nurses and escaped from the hospital. the Bee. The action w s brought a Loss about S2,00. Fifteen head of Fatally Injured by a Train. year ago because of an article then miik cattle, five horses and three mules Delhi, Ind., Nov. 27. George Vail, published in the Bee alleging- the burned to a crisp. Seven or eight of of Kokomo, Ind., was struck by a pasWorld Herald was insolvent and did the cows were registered stock. Mor- senger train on tho Wabash here, and not pay its employes. ton recently came to Augusta from fatally injured. Kentucky. Thi Minneapolis at Mrnlno, DePanvUliml College Game. Washington, Nov. 30. Capt. Greencastle, Ind., Nov. 27. The The employes of the Virginia & of the Minneapolis, announced North Carolina Wheel Co., Richmond, eleven of the Depauw university deto the navy department Saturday the Va., who went on a strike, have re- feated the Miami college team by a arrival of his vessel at Mersine. turned to work at the reduced waes score of ten to six. FRANKroRT, Ky., Nov. 27 m d lj;4 The hardest windstorm known in this section 6 Veal Calves Market steady: foir to good for years struck this city, lasting about 46.0U. extra, f&S5u6 40, common one hour, blowing down fences and lijht, and large. 81IfcS.C0 shade trees, barns and unroofing sevw ool Unwashed, flae merino, 9gl0c per eral of the largest buildings in the lb: quarter-bloo- d clothing, 12413c; medium city. People were badly scared, some delaine and clothing, ljiltc. braid, llilie; medium combing. 13.i4, Waihed, 9ni deserting their houses. merino. X to XX. 13i. medium clothing, 16c. delaine fleece. 143:6c. loag combln?. ISO Detectives Atter Toll Giite Haiders. and low. u He: common Versailles, Ky., Nov. 23. Two 16c: quarter-bloo-d choice, 17,13o; Pinkerton detectives from Chicago coarse. U.i:c; avcrago, 16lTc. have arrived here to work on the cases New Yonic, Nov. :& 2 red December, of tho night raiders who destroyed 15 Wn eat-N- o. 8191 o: January, 91.91Ho: March, 9:?;293o; May. 90 toll gates on the principal turnpikes of SOXc. this county, and who arc sending toKS No. 2. threatening letters to county officials. May. 33,S33Hc. S9.4S30XC December. 5c; A reward of $3,000 is offered for their Oats Western, S3T2c; December, 24c bid: May. M1- ,capture. Chicago. Nov. C& Fltzpatrlck In the rield. Wheat November. 81c: December, 8CHe; Nov. 2S. Hon. Middlesboro, Ky., January, 81Kc: May. 83XG8IC John G. Fitzpatrick will be an appliCoks November, 2JJ, December, May. 27i cant for the collectorship of the 3Hc3Sc Oats Norembflr. 18hc: December, I8Xc; Eighth district He is a brother-in-laJanuary, 19Hc My, 2Hc of Congressman D. G. Colson, Toledo. O.. Nor. 23. and will have the backing of that genWheat No. 2 red. cash and December, 97Kc: Mar. 93tfc. No. 3 tleman. caah. 90c Princeton, Ky., Nov. 23. Oft Hlc Hlow at Princeton. Ky. Offices and DinlngRoom Beautifully Decorted and Bril liant!; Lighted. Considered ELDER'S (Q I BARGAIN i.n street. Ku bmoii.l Kv. STORE, iii Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate of .... Charges S W. 14-- d, d, Have Boon Expended in This Recent Improvement. lfO"VB $lo7ooof 5SSSSSSSSSSSSS?55SwS3SSSSSSaSS:SSSSS33SS &1 J RKTES $2 $2.50 PER DRY a -- - SI illMCf r cf M& HL f'JE v-- j vrv txJO xi- It The exact thin" for vour I i. lull Milk?, Jr., Q rii Oi" e n 4 II 23-i- Janu-ry.-- c: w Madison Monn.Bien'ial Works. I MANUFACTU.tK.AXB DBALKR si r-- aged 24, while hunting was shot accidentally by his partner, the ball striking him in the stomach and passing entirely through bis body. He can not recover. Death of Hunting Accident Near Bntler. Butler, Ky., Nov. 28. Robert cash. Sic. Mas-se- y, Cons No r mixed. 3 May, :8a: Na 3 yellow, Not. ;a Foreiga - &nd - Amsricaa - Mubls MONUMENTS, I 1 1 WHEAT DRILLS, EAll ROWS, HOLLERS, HARDWARE, .1 M II I Oats Na mixed. Mir. J c IMIAKAP'JL1S. to-d- AND GRANITE May-fiel- Owenton, Ky., Nov. 2S. Judge J. A. Duncan, an old and prominent citizen, died at noon Friday, aged about 62 years. He was a brother of Rev. P. H. ien the Creator said to woman Duncan, of Ludlow, Ky. "in. sttalt thou bring- forth Postmaster Convertud to Mormonlsm. children," that a curse was proVanceeurg, Ky., Nov. 23. James joy felt by every Lawless, postmaster of Petersville, has nounced, but the accepted the Mormon faith. Mormon Hother when she first presses to elders have been preaching at Peters- her heart her babe, proves the contrary. ville for some time. Judje Dnncin. and rairct Cattle unchanccd. Hogs Good to choice medium andhevy, U. 43.3.55; mixed. il.3i3.4. guod to cholca lights. iXli i.5. sheep Market unchanged. Few arrlrnls tl H Tombs, Tablets, UUADSTONES, Ul'.Xb, Etc FINE WORK A s TINWARE. M SPECIALTY It is Thought by Many so-To- I Sr Tour Trade Sol.cited.55 1 rr Work delivered to any part of t lit State. J23f" Write for Designs and Prices. GEO. O. DQZIEIl, Proprietor. Iivine Streets. Uicluuorul, Ky. h-c- ke Iforo I xj rf nrri ! na n J 5 S It i W?3 y RICHMOD, KEN ITKY. ! i.1 v t?,s,Pr"rtwF,rPctwt,"., 5&3SSSS&SSSSSSiSSN-SVS$SSSSS- most respected citizens and retired business man, died suddenly Friday of heart failure. Escaped From the Workhouse. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 28. Annie Wren and Annio King, two colored women in tho workhouse, escaped by forcing a hole through a wall of rock. Wealthy Farmer Dies Suddenly. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Nov. 28. Van Thompson, a prominent and wealthy farmer living- near Judy, this county, died suddenly. 5B3 Sudden Death of Capt. Olds. Lancaster, Ky., Nov. 28. Capt T. W. Olds, aged 75, one of Lancaster's Danger and suffering' lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother, and should be avoided, that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be realized, in full vigor and , READY TO HON. C. 1. CALDWELL, v strength. "Mother's Friend" so relaxes the system of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recomd mends Wrights Celery Our factory on Laurel btrect in is now running, and we am Capsules. prepared to fill orders for twist of thu ei.DDIVTUETI L BE I 1 l7T T. ti.e Ilieli-nion- Wad-leig- h, tt . 33 natural 1 If '4. to draughts, over county Saturday night. They burned r""y Oi. f y exertion these and up one gate and cut the ropes of two many others start others. The gates will be guarded the trouble. A hereafter. ABsSxV1 slight cold may run Leasing Kentucky Oil Land. into the most ser- Lexington, Ky., Nov. 24. The South ions complications. Pennsylvania Oil Co. has leased 10,000 Perhaps none of seres of supposed oil lands in Pike these things would county, Ky., and will drill for oil aU amount to much if the winter months. K2i w only caretowere exReward Secured. ercised remedy tiieaat once. Neg- Prestonsburg, Ky.,Nov. 24. Thomas Marrs, who fatally wounded his friend, lect is a most prolific cause of serious Thos. Perry, in a fight, has been lodged female troubles. By in jail. A reward was offered for his and by, the trouble capture. is so much aggraA Turkey tor the President. vated that the Westerly, B. L, Nov. 24. Horace skill is Vose, needed and then who has furnished the presithe dread of the ruminations so much dents Thanksgiving turkeys since in vogue at present, deter the sufferer Grant's time, will ship Tuesday mornetill longer. ing a bronze turkey weighing 32 As a matter of fact, examinations and pounds to President Cleveland. Preside" should not be sub- nt-elect "local treatment Mclvinlei' will receive the mitted to till everything else has failed. largest bronze turkey ever sent out of Nine times in ten, they are wholly unnecessary. Women were cured before North Stonington, a giant gobbler, these obnoxious methods came into prac- owned by Judge Ym. Horace Hilliard, tice. For over 30 years, Dr. Pierce's an enthusiastic republican. Favorite Prescription has been succerv Short Over 6109,000. fnlly prescribed for all derangements of Lebanon, Pa., Nov. 24. John H. the womanly organism. It is remark- -. able for its effect on the whole system. 3Joffer, cashier of the First national It makes the blood pure, makes digestion "bank of Lebanon, is under official sur veillance at his home. It is alleged. better, helps stomach, kidneys and bowels and is wonderful in its effects on the that he is short In his accounts over generative organs. It immediately be- S109.000. The shortage was discovered gins to allay the inflammation and stops by Bank Examiner Winchester, nof-- i the debilitating drain that is always ap- when ronfronte with the charge, parent As the inflsmiaatioa ceases, the i: I si- .ii i iie Vd speculated and pain stops, the nerves are quieted ad loiL the increased bodily strength does the rest. Jleld for Murder. All cacrtar women should aeaa the " eoplr- - Medical Adviser " (tooo p for pro. Phkstoxsburg, Ky., Nov. 24. Thoa. tasejy iltasted). Sent fire oa reaipf of Moore, charged with the murder of twenty-oa- t crsta to cover pcstxge and vmp-Jiy t&e dis- tmJjr. fey ' DflsrEKY MSBKUt, I 4a lrK A j-- b'A things that get Tnllcate Raiders in .lesiamlno County. & them all out of Niciiolsville, Ky., Nov. 24. The curred in this county Sunday night. Careless H(iii,?M order. dressing, exposure tollgate raiders appeared in Jessamine Albert Damson, a well to do farmer, Vomen do many offered. Killed by Ills Urothrr-in-Lan- r. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 24. A special from Inez says: A tcrriblo tragedy oc- A"Vouthfnl Groom. HorKiNSViLLE, Ky., Nov. 25. wife's brother, interfered and a fight followed. Both men drew pistols and began to fire at snort range. Damson fell dead, shot through the heart. Kazec was slightly wounded. Longer School Session Demanded. Ky., Nov. 21. Superintendent of Public Instruction Davidson came home intoxicated and he began to abuse his wife. John Kazeo, the Spencer, aged about 23 years, and Miss Alice Kstcs. aged 52 years, were marled Monday evening. CHAIRMAN Thos. SOMMERS, Of the Stiver Campaign Com3ilttee,Clalms Frankfort, jiny-sicia- is receiving requests from county school superintendents urging that an official communication be addressed to Gov. Bradley. They want him to incorporate in his call for a special session matter relative to an act that will enable counties to vote for an extension of the present five months' school session, where a tax is levied. - -- C Bad-Reynold-s, Floyd-count- . r w2f?"B 5 . 4 'tlUtrt i hrfi.wjtfeat'bond. ' - a" and annonnced himself as candidate for governor was promptly denied by Mr. Blackburn. He says he is still in the senatorial race and does not expect to run for governor. Norton Iron Works to Resume. A8iiland, ly.t Nor- - 24. The Norton Iron works is now rushing repairs preparatory to a resumption of its nail department, and has announced a willingness to start its puddlirg department, employing more than 100 men, if a reduction of wrages will be accepted. Fatal Quarrel Over Woman's Lot. .Lexington, Ky., Nov. 24. A special 'from West Liberty says: "Sunday Jn Johnson county, just across the Morgan county line, Frank Williams was "shot and killed by FrankPilpsky. The men had been friends, but" they quarreled over a woma.lNo arrest. hae .f bean mad. Thestory that Senator Blackburn had "quit the senatorial fight sent from Lexington H'.ackborn Xot Oat. Versailles, Ky., Nov. 24. ' f..- - 'l committee, Monday night gave out a statement in which ha claims that if y tjie state canvassing board count the ballots as cast, Bryan will get 12 out "G- of the 13 electoral votes of Kentucky. C OGiCK3 TCO Ofi O He says that in many precincts ballots were stamped opposite the names of OLD GOLD the first electors only, and according to the election law of Kentucky these ballots should only be counted, Cnrs.F.lettxiU Conches. lllnln&'Mr-for those electors and not for the other OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. SlpeplnirCnrs, mid Ilwt .improve- - Prlvu th Curs, tnnsnlfl. Wantetl-Hnftet HOIS twelve. Chairman Sommers leaves Sn IS of soma Idea' Who cansimple cenlly iiirnMicd with tnllel aroeorles It Tuesday morning to attend a meeting terminal station. Er,tect.J2nde: theyrnay brtte too wealth. tseh ronipartiueut. Besl Write JOHN VrUDERBtrK.: CO, Patent of .the state central committee at LexLand Bay.lS.wshln8tda' - Cfor their l.a prise offer ington. At this meetipg it is expected --ml list oi tiro buadred lcTenUoas wmIe ST- all the silver leaders will be present and more steps will be taken to push Buffet Parlor 8ol!U VestlbulerfTTHliiHwlth ALL WHUK DONE the contest before the canvassing Car. Coaclus nnd Dlnln- - Cunsnnrt Waunei HAVE I UuflHaieepliieCnr. Kiilerlii(?St LonUoyci board. An address is also expected to Ihe New M.rcfinnt- -' Bridge, avoiding tho illsbe issued urging democrats pgrccablG tunnel. to keep up the organization and show no quarter to the gold standard demo- of land for sale. This land lies in the Foxtown precinct, Madison couno KO crats. ty, Ky., in the heart of the Blue Prison Superintendent Suicides. region, immediately on a The only Through Sleeping Canine frewj NOTICE -SPATS I. Philadelphia, Nov. lis. Howard Glass road-I- s Cincinnati. Elegaut Wagner Sleeping wtr. uconty Perkins, superintendent of) the Phila- under extra good fence, well SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ5SSSS-S:5SSSJ5S- S ?sSSSSSSSSS5S$$$$S$S$SSSS$S$?S$$,$S$5 l delphia county prison (Moramensing), watered, very productive and has a cuiamiuea suiciae xuesuavimaraingDy now modern house. Canbe bought shooting himself in the held. He was cheap. Tlin Foufliwestern Limited Solid "Wtlj afflicted with insomnia anil this is said ,T0D FAT FOR THE. 3 JAMES GABRISON. .fnlnd Trains, with Combination Library; B pj to have been the cause for tho deed, Buffet and Htuoklng Car, wauner Mieepini bars. Elegant Coaches and Dining Cnrx. londi ilr. Perkins had been superintendent WANTED faithful hen OB Ing pnbseneerK In York Cltv ' travel for responsible es- Depot. PositivelyMewFerry Tranir.r. 'reet mo of the prison for a number jof years. tablished house in Kentucky. Salary Bewirajor tleek,reasYi&"BI KOUR1 New auiltla Position penna-nau- t. Akron, O., Now 25. First Sergwant $780 aud expenses. Enclosed m.;- ..f..-..- u w vIva rrUta n ! r 1innB . O.K'WBMCD;;.,lJ-ArReference. JokajGanthter was elected 1 captain of HO. K "STREET. boxes, to rernntl truvranner Knot coral. J&Ucd to tar 4 stamped envelope. The 4 Pateenger TraOc ?1 Tku Agtj ..Battery tr.'tirst. regiBftecij-uniugM i I. i tuiy,' vice . u. UMawr, re- - National, Star 'Insurance , Bldg., I ' T. I H ieSoJd bv W: G. White. KJGHItOlfi, PfcooNo. 3.' W Rkhawad. Kv. i ' 1 . WfMd." ti z..,- L- ' ' 1 II 0 Jl sJ3. - . r. Chicago, - E ilC ' f "N il' Twelve Electors for Hryan. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 24. Chairman H. A. Sommers, of the sih"er cnmpalgn I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since Novemxz ber, 1S94. and find them to be as recomBrands, three grades. "We can save you mended. Eausea I first beetn taking them you will .Headache, moncv. Send us a trial order; while at Hot Springs. Atk , under treat- $ be K'ad wun products. .Nervous or cially pleased to our irom country Espe-- ' ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and 5 near nier At 'Gloomy chants. Stomach trouble Constipation which I Foreboding Ross, had been a long sutTerer. I found the White and at the trying: hour makes Celery Capsules gave me great relief RiciiMOXD, Ky. 49 Child-birt- h easy, as so many hapi from the beginning and have used them I! py mothers have experienced, ever since. "With pleasure, and unso- ft 55 nothing but "Motber's Friend" C( licited, I recommend ihem to any and does this. Don't be deceived. all Riiflering with ,,,;e afllictious or either "Mother's Friend3 i tho greatest remedy OTer A of them. Veryjtruly yours, pat on tho msrketind nil my custoactrs praise It ROUTE highly." VTJ.Kso & Co., Whitewrlght, Tex. Charles T Caldwell. -- BEST UNE TO AN FROM it Sold by T. S Haan, Dnijtuwt. Trice 8mtbyMfl,onreceIrtofprlce,$1l00r-RB0TTl0 cents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug-lor- e Book "So mailed free, con- t&lnirg Telaable information and Tolunlary and get free sample. lestimoai&U rarto) Solid VellbnlelTriiiii.wItli BuffetWkrupi , THE BRADFI-L- D REGULATOR CO..ATtllTA,G. Sr?niy necessary.. change takes place that the and without M. oi C " d 0 Pakkersbueg, Vr Va., January 26, 1993. The AVkigiit JIep. Co., Columbus, Ohio. I &fc fk h DIAMI WATGHES fMXT "Piir Jacks" Gentlemen: 3t jNt:hoc felt mm:rJiffl W&fflmm JEWELRY. 5S5SSSSSS053asSS:-- 3HS35:ifXiS3 " P IA New and Nicely Selected Stock Just Received and at ... . .Bew, V AiVmCES . BIG FOUR CHICAGO. HI-i- Hard n P nibt& -- -- E. -to- t-era" HND SILVER G- For Sale! i 2S3 THKEN MIW III II' on- D- LOUIS. I alliltr BOSTON. mmm .; 9 V y ...BE THE... HORT yi. NEW YORK. FREIGHT. DRINKS. 19-2- "wM,wM?TrTT? self-address- ed JAPAHE: in..-.L.Mn- 0L ,. 1 - 'W . M i. -- . A Irua. - JF i-if: -- r ff '