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ASK the recovered c RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, blllUUk ( .uc, ijio x NUMBER 27. "'" iiiji'lCSL,W.su('ceiN THEILLING EXPERIENCE. A Sailor's Story of Shipwreck and Sufforinrj in tho Tropics. victims The "crusade" of the world inaugu-late- d by Mrs.Tingleyand her six American disciples is meeting with remark-nbl- e ri"':, N!caranan Dark, Petroleum Laden, tsL-Jssuceess, according to reports. & &r k Uurned Off Coast or Drazll, Enormous Cuban Ueliclt More Tlinn Nearly all the great cities of Europe and his friends about town have been g C and tho Crew Uarcly Kscape Offset by Increased Production In wishing him all kinds of good luck in hae been visited, and in each, it is said, lu tho Uoats. Th Cheapest. Puret and Best Family Karopo of Beet Sugar. a flourishing theosophical organization Medicine In tba World his venture. At a depth of 143 feet he The old saying is just as true in its new Pnr TlVSPEPSlA, CONSTIPATION, Jann A thrilling story is told by Tetcr has been left behind. There are now. encountered a flow of water hot enough This year's (raw sugar supply of the to scald the bristles off a hog, and d e I form. refers to the taking" of Mauner, of Uath, Me., one of the surviv- it appears, societies in London, Dublin, m nf Spirits. SOUR SToXIAt.ll. 1. .. world surpassed that of 1S95, notwithr, e'c. This unrivalled remedy is ors of the wreck of the Niearajruan Liverpool, Edinburgh, Paris, Amster- strongly impregnated w ith mineral subnm to contain a single standing the enormous Cuban deficit stances. of . dam, Stockholm, Yienna and Athens, XttK wt. oi anv mineral substance, but is bark Charles It. Flint, which, while according to official statistics received COT HER DIAMONDS BACK. BIG GUNS TESTED. oleum-laden Early last July Mr. Thornton confrdrn .New York to Ja- besides numerous lesser cities, and in PURELY VCGETABLB, at the department of state from England, Scotland, Ireland, Sweden, ceited the idea that by boring in the rn'- r j rg fiose Southern Itootlias,and Herbs. pan, caught fire off the coast of Brazil. i:psr!eneo of Mrs. Potter Palmer In. Dox Karel at SL Petersburg. n el' wise Providence w placet! in Holland, Germany and Greece there earth a distance of say 2,000 feet n othThirteen nt Nctt York Opera. Experiments 7itli Disappoarirv? .here I.irer Diseases most prevail. Manner arrived at Philadelphia the From his report it appears that the sufficient supply of hot water might bj was box No. 13 in which Mrs. Poter day from Liverpool, as eonsulman, were enough societies to necessitate the cure all Diseases cauctJ by DerangeIt It nil! shortage which Bussia suffered thi3 oblained to establish a natatorium and "Willot's Point, N. Y. Cannon at ment o! the Liter and Don els. formation of national federations. ter Palmer sat the other night as the year in tho wheat and rye crop will be QUART EOTTLES. ' 'JS e Liver Complaint are a on board the American line steamship They attribute thcirsuccess in Athens guest at the opera of Mrs. Lloyd S. morethanmadeupby the increased beet pleasure resort similar to the Broador J (aste in the mouth; Pain in the Indiana. t s . nrj ip'n'itn mistaken for klicu-i- r Projectiles Sect Out Into I l'or IS ays the crew existed in small to the "practical -identity of the teach- DieSix JI lies with a Velocity, of tlie Sound Brice, of New York city, but that is sugar production, and this incretse is water near Helena. Hc secured a big when you begin to feel nervous or tired out. ti Sour Stomach; Loss of Appctre; 2,011 ing of theosophj- with the philosophy derrick, such as is used in the oil wells like saying a good word for the.much-despise- d I a r'latp'y un'nfanO lax; Headache: boats, rcaf4.d by the suns of the tropcommon to other European countries. of Pennsylvania, and began a search foe "Why take Johnston's ?" you ask. Because lcct Per Secantl Satisfactory ; . t Mfni"-of ics, and when tUey finally reached with a iinftil sensation of riato and Pythagoras, and also : number. ! m.. f !i. r fa i o do ROTnetIin? whicl oigbtto Kesults Obtained. f. .. thc hot pots in nature's storehouse, it has stoocf the test for thirty years, and because the word 'theosophy' was - Mrs. Palmer was the next day thank.ne; Debility; Low Spirits, a thick I they tre more dead thnn period of ficially determines for ! the SI. m and Uvcs. u dry v a hc dri reached a d th ing her lucky stars for the good for- production the quant.ty eachsugar to be The other d alive. The ship caught fire, it is borrowed from the Greek, 'theosophin' because what it has done for thousands it of n aken lor Consumption A test of one of the monster meaning 'divine wisdom.' " of u3 feet an( through. the ollo. tune and not the ill alone which had these s nptoms attend thought, through spontaneous combustmin ot . . will do for you. Quart bottles sell everyiuo lunieu uui tvr se.se. at Thers very few; but the Lit er tion, and after being abandoned on Before leaving Athens, the advices disappearing guns at Willets Point, N. attended her on the evening before. tube came a rumblinc. mirffline-soundl dv the seat of the disease, and u no: market, which this yeai was It was water, and hot water at that. Mrs. Palmer, as everyone knows, has the home ! n time, jrrrat suffering, where for $1.00. April 21 in latitude 5 degrees south, further state, Mrs. Tingley heard that Y., was made the other day under the re.caeJ' OLA1H will ensue. 500 exiled Armenians were encamped direction of Capt. W. A. Crozier and beautiful diamonds and many of them, fixed at over 500,000 tons, an excess over It bubbled up with the force of aminia- 31 degrees west, she drifted WILLIAnS, DAVIS, BROOKS & CO., Detroit, fUca. esteemed persons attest longitude p? n,, trlolMo.1 dnwr. LieuU C. B. Wheeler, of the ordnance but not until it was known that she last year of 50,000 tons, and the irinis- - flIpn on the outskirts of the city. She visited rue of ti'minoo& Liver Rec'Jia:!- - ashore 12 miles from Certa, Brazil, . Holt. Prcvtta J; i v Ask for Llrerettes for Constipation and Sick Htadacie K. R camp and found them in a pitiable department of the army. The trial met could lose something like $5,000 worth try of finance has concluded to liwer of the huge derrick with a merry sound, Kev where a small portion of her cargo was their 35c I ' r Al- Perry, Gi ; Col 11 K state. The Greek government had sup- with all the success that could be de- and not even miss it was it appreciated the prices on account of the cheapening It dei5&hted theworkmcn.aswellasthe a t Iis'erson.IIsq ,S''-nitiVsfrurj,-Lisa Co., saved. manufacture, the improvement of beet originator of the scheme, for it was n A "vjnd'r IJ. Stephens. i plied them with tents and some food, sired, and it was particularly gratifywas uneventful The i' fsted its virtues, lersonnllv. and April 21, yage at daybreak, whenuntil but they had insufficient clothing and ing, to Capt. Crozier, who is one of the that she had really diamonds to throw cultivation and this year's excellent ocuIar proof lhat down below was a r ,t fur Dyspepsia, Hiliousncss and away. Vn i the just per body of mm water which could be ' i. Headache it is thebest lncd.cme the carno bedding. So the Theosophist party inventors of the Bufiington-Crozie- r "The most beautiful bracelet I ever harvest the new price being . 'Siw We tried forty other remcdiei cry of fire was given by the morning raised a fund with which they purriage upon which the two guns here saw, and I've seen a good many," was pood of 30,112 pounds, against$2.44 last camertcd to thc uses ot raan. It Wa5i nmons Liver !ffrulator, lint none fave watch. In an instant the flames burst re'icf; but the lie-- i. are mounted. The other gun and car- the way Max Hirsch, the treasurer of year. The official estimate of the world's ' ory 07 degrecs Fahrenheit, a nice open the hatches and all hands were chased blankets and underclothing, t i lv ieiiea, but cured 'i"-product for this year is an fol- - perature for bathing purposes, but not which the unfortunates accepted with riage had been tested at Sandy Hook the opera house, sized up the jewel piped on deck and sent into the boats, MtasfJCER. JUcon. It thAl f".vo ACT RED OVLV TV Ua wfco can think lows: ttpars in their eyes. Mrs. Tingley and before they were brought there. sufficient for heating purposes. Wanted-- An slmpto which Theodore Baudin, one of the t Idea of some patent? half clad, none too soon, as hardly had Production of beet sugar, 4,900,000 thing to J II. CILI.N & CO.. Philadelphia Pi. was many ushers, turned over to him at the close Until the test was made it The boring is being continued and it Protect your Ideas; they may brtnff you wealth. the boats touched the water than dense Mr. nargrote made short addresses on 2,C5 5.000 years since any projectile was fired of the house on Wednesday evening. tons production of cane sugar, is believed at a greater depth water of "iw7.x""-- , "lii'yuwJuiuaiAi. 4I1 nrtzi. orrryvolumes of smoke shot from below and "Brotherhood" to them, which were reney. WSSblnirtdll. D. C for their raxent Attor- 1,130,000 tons; to- a much increased temperature will be "' stock j and list ot two bundred UiTentloastlwanted. the vessel v. as cm eloped in flames. sponded to by E. A. Guardjcan, presi- out into the sound, except on an occa- "It contained nine large emeralds and tons;8,705,000on hand,Last FROFESSlOHAL COLDHN. tons. the cor- found. The experiment will be watched nine large diamonds, the diamonds set tal, The position of the crew was a perilous dent of the Armenian Rehef society of sion a year ago when, through the of the corporal in in platinum and the emeralds in gold, responding total was 8,290.009 tons. The with interest by the people of this t icin- Athens. one, and in a faw minutes they were The "crusaders" next visited Elcusls, charge of the signal gun. the ramrod each in a separate setting and hinged estimated consumption for the ensuing 5;v for jts success will mean a fortune with neither food nor watcr 1. LD.-.Ejenr is placed at 7,350,000 tons. GOLDEN. adrift days and nights Mauner and the the site of the ancient Egyptian mys- was forgotten at the firing of reveille tone against the other. MIS M to the owner. For -- AI.AA fS..l... iih; ji iiijjai iiuuui.ci nf 4 livm vuua, II teries, and then left for Egypt. There one morning and was hurled across the mil "I kept it here over night, expecting rest of the erew of the unfortunate Time Table No. 27, Taking Klfect Sun400,000 NEW GUNS FOR GERMAN NAVY. of Fort of course that in the morning someone of cane sugar, is estimated nt Flint drifted about helplessly, suffering they visited the pyramids, while all the bay in the directionwhich Schyler. i.!:apiier axd day, November 8, IMhJ. members of the party cla'med to these guns would come for it, but no one came. tons, and probably will not reach that Fighting Power of the Crnlscrs to B The projectiles the pangh of hunger and thirst and with they uell knew thousands of years throw are of steel, with pointed ends, I then sent down to Mrs. Bricc's to see amount. In thc season 1895-- Cuba furGreatly Increase!. 1ST CLASS. TYPEWniTlUl. little hope of ever being sated. Man2NP CLASS. EAST BOUND, .- ,- N9.9, Na, 0 world's market with Emperor William's orders to arm all KKXTUCKY. ner's memory is not of the best, and he ago. Claude Falls Wright and his wife and weigh 575 pounds each. When the j if anyone in the box had lost anything. nished the 1894-I IIMOMi. George Thorpe, Ex Sua Ex Sun Ex Stlft ExSu tons; in with 754,402 tons, and the modern cssels of the German navy could not recall the names of any of his especially are said to have found the projectile was raised by means of a and had word that it must have been surroundings familiar, as both assert small derrick attachment on the gun Mrs.palmer. I telegraphed then to Mrs in 1893-- 4 with 1.1G0.172 tons. These fig with 15, 21 and 21 centimeter Krupp M. A Street, between Main and r M. A M. A. M Second comrades. They were all strangers to Versailles "iljipiHiHg A .li- Iiumam's. 6 40 8 55 rear of Dillingham building, Nichotasvilie. . 10 2s guns has given immense satIn New York. they bore the Fame relation of man and and pushed home, a charge of 140 pounds Palmer, and after some delay received ures, the report claims, shows what an quick-fir- e 7 35 10 11 n him when he shipped at Kichmonil, Ky. Ready to do all kinds Valley View wife in Egypt r,000 years ago. n .4) j jg xo 55 of powder was brought in bags and put word, 'Yes, Mrs. Palmer had lost a influence! the insurrection, in Cuba has isfaction to naval men. These gun All tvere saved, however, and some a 12 ii 45 on the sugar industry, and this will be are said by experts to place the German of blacksmithing promptly in the best Million It is also said that the party there into the breech. In a short time every- bracelet. . r. m. A??OF.NSYS. in other vessels from Pcrnani-bueworkmanlike manner. 7 some time, for even if the Richmond 8 y, ships ahead in fighting power of those i Bj nyafwi Tie was sent to Liverpool by the met with one of the brotherhoods of thing was in readiness for the first shot. "As soon as I got that word I sent felt for Union 29 12 50 ii Rhortly cease, the Cuban producof any foreign navy. In fact, they ore' Finally Lieut. Wheeler shouted that the usher and our special officer up to & KT .T Moberly . x co 12 2 American consul, and from there was adepts of whom the Theosophists speak so much. From Cairo Mrs. Tingley and all was ready. The spectators muffled Col. Grant's house, where Mrs. Palmer tion could not quickly rise to the former declared to be six times more powerful Brassfield 12 57 1 jft given passage to Philadelphia by the JR. Panola. 12 4 1 10 her followers left for India. their ears and braced themselves for is staying, and got her receipt for the figures on account of the destruction of thnn other vessels of the same size. trrine Indiana. till T. M. 3 20 I M property there. the shock. There was a deafening re- bracelet. Orders amounting to many millions A ttokxeY-at-L- a w, K. 0. DIVISION. ASLEEP FOR NINE YEARS. port, followed by.a loud whistling noise j "She was very glad to get it back apof marks have alreadj- been placed with NEW CHINE3E PAPER. No. S. LU IIMOND, - - KENTUCKY. eVsu'o Ex Son Ex Saa CRUISERS FOR THE MIKADO. Herr Krupp, who hopes soon to jbe able ' WEST BOUND ExSan Operation Boon to Do Performed on made by the projectile as it shot parently, even though it was only In Effect Makch 1, 1S96. r ' Ills Typonvrr Taylor'h Hani ware store, op-- Kdltor YVonsr Cliln Too through the air over the heads of the worth 5,000, not important enough to Towerful Protected Ships of War to Be to apply his latest intention to the 23 a. m r. H. r. M. Michael I'emr.n, or ShanioUln, Pa. A. M. graphical Public Boiv. . 3o lv. Express for Cincinnati, arv Irrine I'mirt lloiige, on Main Street. 3 40 centimeter guns. Built at Philadelphia. In a little farmhouse at Nicholson boatmen who were between the fort be missed, and gave the usher a rea. M. Paris, Maysville, Win- - p. ji Panola ... Yolume one, number one, of the Chi55 428 For thc army artillery a similar new and the point at which the officers had The Japanese government has conBrassfield eu 4 4 Chester ami Lexington cago Chinese News is just from tho tunnel, Shamokin, Pa., lies a man who figcred the projectile would strike the ward." Moberly U I1. HOH(i, cluded negotiations with the William equipment will be made, and the cavit 5 10 bids fair lo outrival Bip Van Winkle C.25 mail. 7.33 "Union. press, and was sent out to all Chinamen 2 i7 3 IS THE LOUISDURG CROSS. water. The smoke soon cleared away Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine Build- alry will get a new Mauser alRichmond . 6 05 2 35 SCO J4 ATTORXJZY AT LAW. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-p- . in the city, as well as bi other parts of as a sleeper. This man's sleep has and and those on the fort saw the great Million 6 20 2 3o ing company of Philadelphia and thc retolter, which is said to be an ideal J3B more Library m. 6 34 ester 3 4S tie state. Wong Chin Foo is editor and ready lustedTcrnan than nine years, will splash made by the projectile when it Famous nolle of HarvardStudents. in a Union iron works of San Francisco for weapon at close quarters, while it is 2.05 ville. Winchmail. and 1.05 Valiey View J 57 Lodge Room of tho IvEXTrCKY. It !IM'.vr, ever nwakens it Nicho1asvtHe 6 53 Lexington 6 58 4 to publisher, and the headquarters are at if Michael Versailles. 7 55 t 3i Sj only be to find that his wife and chil- struck. With this small charge of It has been discovered that the cele- the building of two protected cruisers, also carried up to 1,000 meters. The Livingston, London, Jel- 253 Dearborn street. dren hae succumbed to the care and powder Lieut Wheeler sn'd the velocity brated Louisburg cross which adorned which promise to surpass anything of breech can be lengthened mechanicali.h.-r. M. 1.10 lico, Pinetille. A. M. No. 13 Firet St.. up ttairs. 12 55 Every alternate Monday the Chinese continuous and of the projectile was 1,470 fectapecond. the college library building until its their class. With the experience ol ac- ly and adjusted to the shoulder for aimFast line for Livingston, a. m. News will go to press with. all the news nnxicty incident Trains between LomsYiHe and With the first shot, as with all the mysterious disappearance a year ago tual naval combat fresh in their minds, ing. Hy. 11.43 London.Jellico.Knoxville i.UNTE. LILLY, 3 19 of Chinese soekil and business circles extended slumber. Trains between Cincinnati ami others, the working of the carriage was is in the bands of a certain secret so- the Japanese have a thorough appreciaThe emperor hope5 to effect thco As Mr. Ternan appears to be as ruga. m Fast line for Cincinnati, p. m. daily. locked in the "forms." When one issue ged and strong as he did on the mornA TTOP.NKY-II', perfect. ciety and that it now adorns the walls tion of what a warship should be, and gigantic changes without serious oppo3 19 Paris. Winchester. 11.43 All trains connect with Southern Railway te is circulated Editor Wong Chin Foo will The recoil of the gun caused it to re of the meeting room. It is said that the the contracts for their new cruisers sition in the reiehstag. lfe p m. Rowland, Lancaster and a. m Kentucky. start on the next one. He writes his ing that he began hi long sleep I. iimomi, and from Louisville, and with the C. X O. &7. ceue, anu an instant, aixcr ine gun w., cross-w- as Another bill which will be presented delibmay surpass Bip Van Winkle's rec1.25 Stanford. in a colwe building and were awarded only after mature 10:10 P. to and from Cincinnati "copy" in stiraiige. Chines? characters, ord unless the mystified nrect it was clown out ot sight behind WM unearthed by nccidenfc of p. m Rowland, Lancaster and p. m perYou can spend five hours in Louisville, afcfiHit x durin? the eration and an exhaustive considera- provides for an increase in the payupis finished tiie sample " i . V. corner 3Iain and Second and when a page the ramparts, ready to be reloaded. The proccs3 of rei)alring the plumbing, tion of plans by buildent in arm3' officers from first lieetcnant 7.40 Stanford, 7:10 hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexington ail an operation that will awaken up htHtrs. "Will praclire in all of art is lithographed and then printed. form 'rt-i gun is 30 feet long and weighs M tons. whcn lt was discovered a student came England, France, Germany ond the ward by 50 to 100 per cent. Colonels, return to Richmond at S:jop. ra. him at the risk of transforming him 'isri-- , of Jlaihson and adjoining aho News has been entered at the post if this measure becomes a law, will reUnited States. into a raving maniac or hastening his After being charged and aimed it s ftround and claimed it hfs own . r .iiiI Conn of Apjo-als-. second-clas- s matter. office in Chicago as Tho new Japanese ships will be com- ceive 9,000 marks, majors will get. fi.000. death. Had it not been for the touch- easily riised by meatus of hydraulic wrapped it up in a bea,y cloth, alld The only Engl .sh in it is the heading and ing devotion of his wife the operation power to the of the parapet. The w, ,t to u nt resting. merce destroyers, and the contracts captnins w ill draw 3,000 and lieutenants J L A I). M. CIIENAULT, , tho names of advertisers at the head of would lune been performed several u..,. ..,.,. ...iu .,u -- ui ,u..U-- . will call for a speed of 22 knots. Since will be paid 1,800 marks per year. A royal decree just issued makes the their display "ads." Within a short time years ago. of powder. With this the projectile A TT01INEYS AT LA IV, The faculty are unable to tell in the vessel, once in Japanese waters, w ill was sent at the rate of 1.80S feet a sec- - ' what society room it is concealed and be brought into close and critical com- provincial colors of Posen identical itis expected this paper will havcalarge Nine years ago last July Michael n Kentucky. sirculation and will lie a power among Rmimum), was employed as a watchman at ond. arc greatly disturbed. They suspect parison with the cruisers of all the with those of Poland white, black and the people who can read it. The next three shots were made that it was taken by a neophyte for navies of the world, thc builders will white instead of white, red and white. the Nicholson tunnel on the Delaware, and i lice Wong Chin Foo is a w on Second street, over Clien- Lackawanna & Western railroad, ne with 24S pounds of powder each. The some society whose very existence they undoubtedly try to build ships that w ill This is intended to check Polish imitathoroughly Americanized Chinaman. was of robust health and ery indusprojectiles carried about six miles, at are not aware of. The name of one of carry off the honors, and thereby do tion. .i ' irnteery. He is minus his pigtail and w ears United trious, and during the nlternate weeks a velocity of 2,014 feet a second. these mysterious societies is the"White credit to themselves and their flag. WHOLE FAMILY IN JAIL. States clothing. In h'-- paper he urges when he watched the railroad tunnel STEPHEN D. PARRISn, The extreme length otcr all is to be Wings." No one knows just where its IN AUSTRALIA. GOLD Chinamen who come to this country to by night he was in the habit of spend405 feet 2 inches; length on thc main Remarkable Criminal Record o f tho rooms are, but it is said that the room A TTORXEY AT LA W. become American in their habits. His ing several hours each day in cultivatStoop I.!vin In Ohio. A Study of tho Mint Returns CSood Criin which final instructions are held is load water line, 390 feet; beam, 40 feet; in politics is in sympa- ing the little farm The Stoop family certainly ought to normal draught, 17 feet 7 inches; dis. terion of Progress of "Mining Industry. KCSTTCKY. editorial policy li iimond. that surrounded his decorated in a manner calculated tc thy with the republican party. Wong home. Maratta, writing the make Nero pale green with envy. To placement, at normal draught, 4,760 come under the head of habitual crim- j imils, Chin Foo is 4Syearsoldaiidcajnetothe and the sooner thev are .sentenced One morning Fernan returned front department of btate from Melbourne, on gain admission the candidate must do tons. Caveats Trade, Maria;, United States while young. He was To drive these slender craft through under thc habitual criminal act the bet- the mint returns for the quarter ended Fome deed which would cause his dishis work and told his wife that, he was I' vi s. Etc-!-- ( educated at Columbus university, Wash- feeling well, but very sleepy. He went September 30, says they are of much in- missal from college if detected, such the water engines of the vertical, in- -' trr it will be for the general public, S--Xj'it as to paieniability or invrstion ington, and IE at the Lewisburg (Pa.) to bed without eating any breakfast. terest in connection with the gold dis-c- as the stealing of the Louisbtirg cross, verted, triple expansion type will be Pcrcital Stoop, senior and junior, are 1 i rnsurpaed fariliti hare. Shina-me- it M for a Paptist seminary. Among local 'era;- tortus. erics in the colony of West Australia. the painting of thcshieldon Gray's hall, used. Two in number, they will nctu- - ' now behind the walls of the peniten-at- e Before applying He has been awake only a few hours he is a prominent figure. 40- t u twin screws, and will be placed in tiary, and another son, Henry, is an in- me. Almost all the gold produced in that and .the painting on the Fogg museum. j since. separate water-tigcompartments, mate of the Ohio reformatory at Mans- ' colony is brought to the Melbourne It is almost certain that the cross WALKS OUT OF JAIL AT WILL. PERPETUAL MOTION POWER. ClOWll tO rCallZC mint and a prettj' sure criterion of the will not be found, as extraordinary pre- They are expected to develop 15,500 field. Henry robbed an old soldier, the St Ol'C horse power, father committed forgery, and theother progress or otherwise of the industry is cautions are taken to guard it. Travelin;; Mioirman Mystifies tho Authord Yankee Pure lie Has furnished. For the first nine months ities at ltrazil, Ind. .1 TTORXEY-AT-LII'. Foiled the Problem. The Louisburg cross is really of great GOLD VASE FOR MRS. M'KINLF.Y. son is serving time for shooting to kill lien's Suits $2.49, worth $10.00. from Miami county. Hc attempted to A sensation was created at the Achille Beloin, aged 17, of Biddeford, of the current year the mint received historic value. Originally it adorned Boys' Suits C3 cents, worth $2.00. 1. ' Kenlnrh. il, jail at Brazil, Ind., the otheT Me., thinks he has a machine that will only 152,259 ounces of gold from west- the old Boman Catholic cathedral nt ITandsomc Gift front Brooklyn Women to prote an alibi, and when the sheriff went Men's Shoes 00 cents, wortli SL.V). to find witnesses in Dayton they were the President-Elect'- s by a stranger named William L'enerate. perpetual motion. It is now ern Australia, against 160,049 last year, Louisburg. In 1745 the English under afternooii Ladies' Shoes 75 cents, worth $1.50. William McKinley, wife of the all in the workhouse serving terms for Tyler, who was locked up for running in the Washington patent office with a decrease of fi,690 ounces. Taken in Shirley brought it down to Boston, ' ctuins solicited. f 13 will soon be the recip- misdemeanors. The sheriff said that Children's Shoes 20 cents, worth 50cts. connection with the exceedingly un- where it remained almost forgotten un- president-elecan uuJawf ul show there, escaping from an application for a patent. Calico and Cotton 3 cents a yard. the county jail. With apparent ease ho For two months before he sent it sound boom now in full career at Perth, til some years ago, when it was resur- ient of a mark of affection from the witnesses of that kind would only tend rsrsiciAss. unfastened the combination lock from away it had run and w as running w hen the capital of that colony, the falling rected, and placed over the entrance women of Brooklyn in the shapo of a to make thc .sentence more severe, and Overcoats from $1.00 up. tho inturior of his cell and also un- boxed for shipment. Only a wheel is off is an unhealthy omen. It would be to the Harvard library, where it re- beautiful solid gold vase. The presen- he did not scrtc the subpoenas. Cloaks from $1.00 tip. unfair, however, to be too pronounced mained until a year ago, when it sud- tation will be made as soon as Mrs. The father, Porcival, Sr., is serving his locked the heavy iron doors loading to visible when it is in operation. DR. II. K. GIBSON, physical condition admits of second term in the penitentiary for fort A reporter saw him but he was quite until the gold fields arc in proper going denly was spirited away. the hallway. it. gery. His t oca tton was that of tobacco ' YSiriAN AXD SURGEON, He made no effort to leave the jail reticent about it, and said it was deli- order, but there is obviously room for The givers of this handsome piece ol buyer, and at one time he was in good NEW POST OFFICE PLANS. premises, saying ho had no desire to cately constructed and it takes eight the exerciso of n great, deal of caution Kentucky. hi mm. mi on the part of investors.. As regards Special Commission to Pass Upon tho the goldsmith's art are the members of ciicumstances. One of his daughters that days to start, regulate, and stop. escape, but assured Sheriff the Brooklyn Woman's Republican was at oue time nn inmate of a resort. he could gain freedom from any cell in He saj s he can make one as big as a the receipt of gold by the mint from Chicago Design. r in the Joe t'c ins tmiWmr;, 8 and so Sec the jail. He was again locked in a cell house as well as a small one. Tlresmall other sources it is very satisfactory to The plans for the new Chicago post league, of which Mrs. Virginia Chand- Later she and her lover met tragic note that Victoria has up to the present office, which have been prepared by ler Titcomb is president. The com- deaths in a Cincinnati hotel by suicide, and the county commissioners were one has done some work sawing shincalled in to witness the man's feaL gles. It is partly made up of sliding time supplied 5C0.330 ounces against Henry Ives Cobb, of Chicago, the spe- mittee in whose hands the arrange- the lovt-- first shooting his sweetheart C 'IAS. HOOKER, After a thorough investigation to ascer- weights, ne believes there is no limit 52(5,570 for the corresponding period of cial architect appointed to design the ments for the procuring of the vase and and then firing a bullet into his own I nTLRIXAHY SUIlGEOy, tain that the doore w ere securely locked to its speed. He has been offered big 1S04, and if the same rate of increase is building, will soon be exhibited to the its presentation to Mrs. McKinley wi re brain. continued the production of the colony commission of the government author- left is composed of Mrs. Charles Pelton the commissioners retired to the rear money for it, but refuses to sell. Momentous rorjjery. Gradual QtUario Veterinary Qtttege. of the jail and they were gTeatly surHe has been at work on it four years, for 189G will be about 775,000 ounces. ized by law to pass on the plans for nil Abbey, chairman; Mrs. William Berri. The most momentous forgery on recDeattttry ami Stsnfity a Spccialt) prised upon hearing tho iron doors beginning on the strength of a dream. Imports of gold from New Zealand and federal buildings. This commission is Mrs. Charles n. Winslotv, Mrs. Timotbv ord was that which Clite committed Vetensa-Tasmania show large increases, but composed of Secretary Carlisle, of the L. Woodruff. Mrs. Calvin E. null. M ss OTit-ip stairs over New Yr. Store, cornci sw ing open and seeing the prisoner walk He has a cradle that has run three when he put Admiral Watson's name to M n ana trsi streets. RchHHH$ out. Wilson Simis and Mrs. Titcomb, months and art ingenious tricycle. His much less has been received from South treasury; Postmaster-GenerThe vase is of solid gold nnd stands the treaty between Meer Janler and the Australia. The total quantity of gold and Secretary Francis, of the interior No keys can be found on Tyler, and mind is all taken up with his new McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. East India company, for the purpose of 12 inches high. The bowl is how he gets out is a mystery which ho 77. C. and he has given up his job to at- received by the mint from January to department. JI. D. novll-l- y deceiving Omichund, the Hindoo bankwith crescent top nnd with a September 30 this year, is 857,041, positiely refuses to divulge. Secretary Carlisle has already intend to it. Medicine and Surgery. as intermediary between against 785,752 for the corresponding formally signified his approval of Mr. frosted finish. It rests on a polished er, who acted Bengal, Collins IltiiMiut:, MainStrct. Office scroll base, and the ornamentation of Surajah Dowiah, nabob of result and Daughter. An Economical Shoes of Negroes' Skin. period last year. Cobb's design. The principal work of of the (the Oarr llace) T ephone at retidence the company. The direct A Philadelphia physician has his The old gentleman went into the parlSroxdway . the commission will be performed l3 the handle carries out the set form of forgery was the battle of Plassey, and work that joins it to the bowl. On one lor tlie other night at the witching hour shoes made from the skin of negroes. BOSTON ACCEPTS BACCHANTE. Kentucky whose departthe postmaster-generaBir iiMoxn, the foundation of the British empire in of 11:45 and found the lights out and Ghastly, but true! He obtains the epiObjections of n Few Women Overruled by ment is most interested in the facilities side of the bowl is engraved: India. tho Art Commission. his daughter and a dearfrierd enjoying dermis from bodies that have been used of the new building. It is thought that : THE WOMAN'S REPUBLICAN " DR. O. A. KENNEDY, a The Boston art commission has an- Mr. Wilson will hold the plans under in a corner of the window. for disseeting purposes in a famous Correct Shapes Iron hlps- : LEAGUE. OF BROOKLYN. PRE- - : : SENT3 THIS TOKEN OF ES- - : "Evangeline," said the old man stern- medical college in thiscity. The thighs nounced that it has decided to permit adrisement for n week or ten daj's and The first attempt at the substitution PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, : TEEM AND AFFECTION. : accept will communicate with Postmaster Hes-inthe public library trustees of iron for wood in shipbuilding was ' . ...... Kentucky. ly, "this is scandalous." "Yes, papa," are flayed and the skin thus procured is MacMonnies' "Uacchaute." to Itn iimond, she answered, sweetly, "it is candleless sent to Womelsdorf, near Beading, and made in 1821, but not until 1829 was On tho other side: of Chicago, to obtain his opinion of Best Materials The "Bacchante" was first- refused on the proposed building. because times are hard. Lights cost there tanned by a stolid Berks county the practical value of the substitution Office in Smith ISaiMing, No. 304 Main Sticei, nj TO MRS. WILLIAM M'KIN- so much that Ferdinand and I said we yeoman. The result is a beautiful the strength of photographs of it. but fully demonstrated. An English shipany to jo'ciocl 13 to an! 4 It is not considered probable that it :r Office hours : LEY. WHOSE PATIENCE AND building firm constructed iron lighters would try to get along with the star- leather, extremely soft and pliable, very the trustees induced the commission to change in the plans will be recommend: NOBILITY OF CHARACTER t Reasonable Prices : HAVE TOUCHED THE HEART Mst Comfortable in 1S29 and the fewfollowingycars.and light." And papa turned about in lustrous and suggestive of a fine but allow the figure o be placed in position ed by the commissioners, and in that DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, : OF AMERICAN WOMANHOOD. speechless amazement and tried to very thick piece of kid. The shoes are and there exposed to public view. in 1S55 the Cunard line constructed the event the actual beginning of the work : NOVEMBER 3. 1F9C Kentucky walk out of the room through a panel beautiful to look upon and grasp the Uichuono. great iron steamer Persia, which exIn epite of the objections to the fig- - will not be long delayed. Mr. Cobb has celled In capacity 1,200 tons all other in the wall paper. feet kindly. This story is told from urc bv some women on account of Jts already formally applied to Secretary Large Sunday SchooL nudity, the commission met and de- - Carlisle for possession of the site of actual personal knowledge. The warden of the Missouri peniten- ships of that line. Population of Berlin. Telephone at office and residence. V - building, but this cannot now cided to let the bronze maiden and her f nev7 tiary claims that his Sunday school Is Berlin,-bthe 1695 census, had Norman Letter Writing. Washington's Death. laughing child stay. be given on account of the delay of the the largest in the state. Between 700 inhabitants. Employed in the army W. EVANS, M. D.f The Normans introduced their om may not be generally known that figure up to its waist is now hid- - contractors in removing the old struc- - a.td 600 of the members are convicts. The It or civil service w ere 72,848 persons. style of writing letters into Eg George Washington died the last hour den behind a spray of water fom the jure. and, according to an edict of William Londoi) and Paris. of the day, the last day of the week of fountain. This water will continue to Chine Temples In America-Ther- e Cookltiff Schools In London. Physician and SuncuoN, London, in monetary value, is worth the Conqueror, all legal documents-wer.rpmnins . . . are 47 Chinese temples in the last month of the year, of the last kni),. nn.l,.n. M Iot- i- n T,W. UV.. s.., JU.U There are now 140 cooking rooms con two and a half times as much as Paris. written in the Norman hand. year of the last century. on exhibition. Kentucky. America. Richmond. nected with London schools, for in.W- HV,J.fM. Ml MU JIUIlilll A South African Soo. structing pupils, nnd 30,000 girls are reWho can think D ft. PEPFER'S The zoological gardens of the South ceiving instruction in culinary and Wanted-fDR. T. J. TAYLOR, 1 Idea tbimr to cater t? tn African republic 'arc the largest in thc other domestic affairs. Ms Look for ibare Tn Mark ea Ead Practitioner in italieine and Surgery, I Protect your Ideas; they may bring you wealth. ..? world. They consist of about 20 farms write juh: w uvkuuk: svi- - riwiiiAWT. XnW DISCOVERT. KCVHRFAILS. ""neys, Washington. D. their 81.800 prito one? Kentucky Riuimj.sd A Tongh Place. a in the Lebombo region, guarded by , I kl Anew,rcdatlontlsteroaotrorsatand list ol two hundred urrentlous w anted. $& 'ipres ea, exce. ire, ecat7 or MANUFACTUItlSIt AND DEALKK l J, "SrT A Blackpool (England) minister said whole tribe of Kaffirs. Within this area reiVdeuce on Third street. J3ice and ladles. InTlor-testaornnx. U there is perhaps every species of wild in a sermon recently thaf'IniJompari-Fo- n C. V?7 ware, of dance o Lolttlons-- 17s with Blackpool Paris was sweet and WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS!. sFoKiga ud Ameriesin Mblc animal to be found in south Africa. sealed la plain Tipper. Send is le This region is guarded by a special res- Sodom a Paradise.'" f stamps for rrtleu!ai- -. SoM by leenj 22 1'TAL SUGGEST. flff nerchants cheerfully 28 Styles. olution of the TQlksraad. u CA.AssocA.Tio;, . AND VTf"-- inercur lal aibcasrd ptient, liow they ered lieattli, clieer- . I. . lui spirits and :xxl V.-X rtncy will tell .XgvVCT W--, V - 3 &fr" ty tain Mil. "ONS Itou V : ?i iY V fcel -- mszm?' ii THEOSOPHISTS VISIT EGYPT. Ueconlze Places They Ccd to LItc In Highest of all in Leavening Powcr.- - Latest U. S. GoVt Report TONS OF SWEETNESS. STRIKES FLOW OF HOT WATER. Result of tba Acs Ago. 'a B mli, If 1 ASE.&J'g'EE waer S?Rt3 Bntte (Mont.) District. This Yoar'a Supply of Raw Sugar Jack Thornton, of Butte, Mont., has Surpas303 That of 1895. made the biggest strike of the year in the Butte district at Thornton's Total Amount on Hand, 8,705,000 Tons Springs, a few miles west of the city, A quart of prevention is worth gallons It of cure m 1- 1 petr- Consul-Gener- al - . . wsaparilla 1 i i, Per-nambu- co - y-- t i.,,,,lc.1 N -- s. ten-inc- h l. i ""!. im... $2-3- ') ar . I - ' -- u, th-s- ul ( ff 1 I I -- -- ii i Sold by D. Z. .ind T. B. TAYLOR. ar Ea lm B D Th-rex- - sn 1 be-lie- te lEW I'. e, n, & e. r, r. 392,-79- g-,. 5 I s"i'"' - 1 o. nn dilll-culti- es S-- J." ?i - .r7 , L. & M. R. A- - Na-1- 0 ! ri-ik- e 1 1 . self-loadi- e 31-S- O to-hi- s Vers-uH- A T-L-A x - ci-e- j -- .,.-- -- . Fer-na- THE GREATEST s jLjkJ y ltx marked Consul-Gener- al r- t -- odP RICE niOliey. ot - Ever known. Everything in our store ht - GREEN CLAY A --- j SoTentern-Ycar-Ol- new-count- y Wife-Mr- s. t, I j Pa-n- e r r Don't buy until you see us. Will save you money sure. y e WYORKSTOR u I 4C- al JdSrjHi, ----- ma-chi-ne heart-shape- d, Featherbone Corsets and Waists, Bi l, tetc-a-tc- te g, ................. - ... 1 Mk :R r y 1,C15,-51- j. e . w w L- Madison Monumental "Works. GRANITE MONUMENTS, u J!ffM&9K E9 or .'" tjr lx DR. A. WILKES SM1TLT, III DENTAL SURGEON, Kzntucky hmond. building, Main ... Tombs, Tablkts, IlKADSTONKS, UltNb, London School Hoard Salaries. np& fiwl jew? The salaries of the London school board amount to 1.210,000 yearly. It is estimated that 130,000,000 oysters ore yearly received at Liverpool from abroad. Oysters In Idrcrpool. Tfjff W jSjl Sold by Kichmond Drus; Co. and G. White. ryruw. S7"flr., -- "OAT. incaY. What Blig it acts pcweriuuy ana quic&iy. wires woeu u otters fail. Youn,-- men regain ios. manbood. o a men recoveryoutnful visor. ADsoiuteiyiinni V. SCATIMRY, Etc Smith oarato M.; irs,Practiceulimited 1:00104 P. M. reto dcnti.try. - OrriCE Street. Office J C XGKGAtt. J. A. YATES DENTISTS, MORGAN & YATES, B'Chmond, Bask. - Kentucky. Natioaa! FAITHFUL MEN OR !FIHS WORK A SPECIALTY WAKTED travel for responsible established house in Ken fuck y. Salary FREE EDUCATION. $780 and expenses. Position perma-nan- t. F Tour Tnyle Sojicited.gp A Reference. Enclosed An education at Harvard, Yale, stamped envelope. The 'f or any other college or institution Work delivered to any part of tho National, Star Insurance Bldg., p of learning in the United States, ' Write for Designs and Chicago. Slate. a or in the New England Conserva- V torj'of Music, can be secured hy Prices. About one hundred fiien employed a anyyoungmanor woman who is the Virginia and) librtit a in earnest. Write for particulars GEO. O. DOZIER, proprietor. the facton-o-f PEFFER'S -, NEMOR i K J.H.f3EFF&C0. Main self-address- ed y indltcrttum. tvaras let druggist you becausoltylelils a greater prnuu nnteed toCureKer rousness, Irfist Vital It', lmnoteacy, i, aex, Fntllns Memory, Va-tl- ne either and all of iclf abuse or rxeattt tftctt off Insanity ana consumpii--Do-ant Ktfji-eoic- n't .'8 Qt It Stit, HEKVXGdR, or send for by msistonc-f-lafrXEFx- (Opposite Glyndon.) SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY -- Pi H . (Irvine Streets. Orncs Main Street, oyer Madison ; iiicnmonu, ivy. r Carolina Wheeling Company, went out on a strike Thursday on! account of a 10 ier cent reduction in waj'es. . X . . ' -- Mnnev. Pamnhlc; free. Sold K .quickly. JAMES D. BALL. 30 Broinfield St., Boston, Mass. EFEfc Utt-CAUI'- N, CWcago, XI. "W. 0 IE- Sold by Kicbmoad Drug .Co. and jjrwite: r I -- 5; ' ? v Country Produce Bought and ! Sold. I Highest Cash Market t-ft Price Paid. 1 DRY GOODS ; 1 RICMQHD. - " - -- - r,; ?'' 2 Ha i rt -- Hf ti - S3- - -- fe ?H' Zte &,i- - el c t " f i 1 i1 ANDINOTIOHS w jp- J n ST ssr rf- - j 2r-- - "" h r. " ., H :dP Ih1 R Er -- ; 19 i - is ilik56c'-s- ''ss-l- i i .3j. "s. 5 fiiiiy iii if ,f". i1- - tiV ; - -- J' I v -c .;, --- : 'If ' I THE CLIMAX. rOBLISHID rVrKY WEDNESDAY BT DR. PHIL RCBHRTS FOR COLLECTOR. B Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, THANESGITING SERMON. if r-- 11 Will Likely fca'k In When Mr. Rhodes Walks Tho Climax Printing PKICEi Go. PKIt YEAR, DECEMBER $1.50. $1.25 ;9, 1896. IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY. ADVERTISING EATSS. O SPACE. 22?'" H O H K 2 " 2 i z r 2 r . : : : S : K 2 I : I Inch- 1 : : : : : I : t 3 4 5 laches- !('l Col JJCo! Col f x 30I700 Inches, ioo 3 50 3 50 7 00 xi co 75 laches, a 50 3 50 $ 00 xo 00 X5 00 laches. 300 400 600 it on 1900 ijot5$4 00 7 50 - 3 50 "3 x ,, ' 6 00 8 00 10 00 400 600 13 9 00 00 15 00 00 3 00 900 1800 X70C co 7 00 40 00 13 17 7$ 34 jo 50 00 60 00 ax so 15 igi Reading notices 10 ceats a line for first In sertion, scents a line lor each additional insertion Obituaries, resolution of repeet and similar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- :l affi 6 8 r fi1 r&- I! r minor differences arc forgotten when the motto of the immortaf founder of MethoFOB JCDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. dism, "think and let think", is more than I hereby announce myself a candiever before the creed of Christendom. date for Judpe of the Madison CounTh? only question we now ask, is in ty Court, subject to the action of the have distinguished the past year, and the language of the Hebrew warrior, 'Is Democratic party. P. H. Suluvax. possibly draw some lessons from pass- thine heart right as my heart is with ing events that may serve to assure us thy heart? If Jehonidab can answer, of time. As chairman of the House cessful. FOB JAILER. that the God we serve "is not far from "It is," then Jehu can say "givn me If devotion to party and sacrifice committee on foreign affairs during the every one of us, hut in Him we live, and thy hand," and there is room enough in James C. Lackev is a candidate for for its success counts anything with Congress, Mr. McCreary became thorJailer of Madison county, subject to the those who makes the selection, we oughly familiar with snch questions and move and have our being. the chariot for both. The army of Christ action of the Democratic party. In order to be sure of tho sympathy of is one, and whether in our own laud, or believe the Doctor can come with as ou the subject of Cuba he has very A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer good backing from that stand point positive convictions. the average auditor, it is better to begin far beyond the frontier of our civilizaof Madison county, subject to the with the physical. ffoTiiiifll! tion, our mission is to help, and not to "My sympathies are all with the as any man in the district. ' V w t W w action of the Democratic party. Bountiful harvests have again been hinder. Cuban patriots," he said "I "Vc are authorized to announce P. ours the past year, like PKOORESS the OF RXFOtlMS. hope the time is not far distant when B. Broaddus as candidate fpr Jailer THE EXISTING (?) GOLD STANDARD. one that preceded it has been The progress of all of the great re Cuba will be a free and independent of Madison county, subject to the wonderful in this respect. Our eleva forms has been most gratifying thii action of the Democratic party. The following from the Enquirer country. Tiie Cuban patriots have made tors have been gorged, our lines of year, and while methods of agitation of December 4, is true. Gold Demo- a splendid struggle for freedom and have transportation overtaxed, and still the have varied somewhat, jet substantial INSTRUCTION. FOR SUPT. TUBLIC crats and Republicans read and maintained themselves for two years surplus in the hands of the producer is progress has marked the efforts to bsnish is a can- refute if you can. You have plead a against a large Spanish army. It is asMrs. John "Williamson larger, perhapR, than ever before. Pro- the saloon, to obtain equal rights for the didate for Superintendent Public In- falsehood pure and simple, and some serted bv those who should know that duction has been so enormous that pri- sexes, to establish "Reform Farms" for jucounty, substruction for Madif-othe Cuban insurgents control three-fourtces have, as a rule, been low, but we have venile criminals, to enact and enfoice comject to the action of the Democratic day you will repent it: of that they It was "tho existing gold stand- fairly well the island, government,have a party. literalized the oriental picture of pros- pulsory education laws, for those parents organized and a ard" in this country that the people perity, "our barns are filled with plen whose children in ignoronce and vice, w ell equipped army, which the Spanish decided should bo maintained as an ty and our presses burst out with area continual menace to popular govI'OR SUPERINTENDENT OK l'lJIILIC army has at least not been able either to unavoidable evil while the United When we consider the abund- ernment. SCHOOLS. defeat or disperse. States is drawing the great commerThe church, too, has made unusual Berea. assistant pastor. Among the ance with which our Father has blessed UNITED STATES SHOULD INTERVENE. J. "W. "Waoers is a candidate for cial nations into an international active workers are, Mr. E. A. Potter, us, let us take care that none of His progress. In all departments of her Superintendent of Public Schools of agreement under which the mints "I believe the conditions in Cuba are children suffer for the want of these work she hasshown herself Unrepresencounty, subject to the action now such that unless independence is Miss Ella Richardson, Mrs. Laura F. things. shall be again opened to the free and of the Democratic party. tative of the great Nazarene Her pulunlimited coinage of gold and silver. g lined, Spanish supremacy will bring Einbree, and the college teachers and LLBWI iJL- EXEVPTION FROM PI.AUOE. pits have given to the world a pure gospel, professors. To labor for this end the St. Louis military domination and degradation to When we consider the vastness of our stressing, perhaps, more than in any lEfrHjEifffcjgari FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. platform pledges the party and its fie people there, as well as a great disKINGSTON- population, the wretched manner of en- age, since the apostolic, the importance H3 ranxl rami tr. r3 mn3 7r fHJJSfrHJSrrHJ mm. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumlent, is candidates. The Republican Presi- turbance of property interests. There3mi Misses Edna and Rebecca Rice return- forcing the requirements of our em of a pure heart, as a prerequisite to a Madit-oa candidate for Clerk of the dent, and the Republican Congress fore, I think the United States and the ed from a visit to relatives in Garrard igration laws, the little attention given conpure life, and both, as a necessary Circuit Court, subject to the action which is to come in with hiln, are to people of other liberty-lovin- g nations county last week. to the public health by most of our mu dition of citizenship, in the kingdom of of the Democratic party. should intervene at no distant day and 'promote" this great object by every Mrs. Bonner West, of Paris, is the nicipal governments, we can but regard the heavens. Then her presses bae means in their power. So reads the endeavor to stop unnecessary bloodshed it a merciful providence, that has ex sent out vast numbers of books, papers I guestof Miss Helen Terrill, near here. 1! FOR SHERIFF. Republican platform, and so the and further distruction of property. I Miss Lena Stivers, of Lexington, spent empted us from epidemics in our cities, and tracts, which have been carried by rtJBJ would suggest friendly meditation ns H. H. Colyfj: is a candidate for majority of the people voted. The which, by means of our continental lines the Holy Spirit, in the church, like Sheriff of Madison county, subject "existing gold standard" is only to the first plan, which might lead to an a few days with her cousin an admir- of railroad would scatter disease and autumn leaves, all over the world, bless- JUS to the action of tho Democratic be tolerated until this great Repub- agreement between the Spanish govern- able teacher near here of the same death all over the land ing men and women everywhere. Her party. You will want a. present for som'e one sure, and why wait and worry so lotif lican policy of international bimetal- ment and certain friendly nations to name last week. THE PEACE FOLI.OWING RECENT POLITICAL young people's societies are training for as to what you shall get when it is a settled fact that lism is triumphant. So rnds the arrive at a plan of how hostilities should Messrs. O. C Crooke and Mosely reFOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. EXCITEMENT. greater efficiency an army of the living cease. If, however, friendly meditation turned to State College at Lexington, platform, and so the people rot 3d Never in the history of tho republic God, compared to which, the chnrch of James C. Miller is a candidate Now what is this "existing gold should not succeed ; I believe that at no last week, after a'delightful visit to the lias popular government been put to so will be as ignorant raw recruits for Assessor of Madison county, sub- standard" which is branded by the distant day our government should take home of the former. ject to the action of tho Democratic severe a test as during the recent cam compared to an atiuy of trained cadets. Republican party as a temporal y tteps either to accord the Cuban patriots Mis3 Johnnie Terrill came up from party. yet in spits of it all, within a few Her training schools are for the first JL. l -7 JL. . L Vmu-rmakeshift, unworthy a permanent belligerent rights, or to recognize their Jessamine Institute and spent last Sat- paign; weeks, this seething sea has become as time in history preparing women for ?HJB place in the national financial sys independence. Is more highly appreciated than anything else. Our stock is all in, so come urday and Sunday at home. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. quiet (on the surface at least) as did the professional bible work. They are teach"My opinion is that no extreme action tem? Does it mean that gold coin early before it is picked over and also avoid the great rush just before holiMiss Cavannugh, of Garrard sea of Gallilee at the command of ing women to know, and love, and honor AVe are authorized to 'announce only is money, and that silver coin will be taken by the present adminisdays, and select from our line whatever you may want, and we will put it Clay a candidate for the - only subsidiary? No. On the tration on this question, because ef the county, after a two weeks visit at the Christ. by use, the "Sword of the Spirit the Green aside ami have old deliver it for you. Several have done this City Attorney, of Richmond. home of Mrs. A. K. Doty, returned last oflice of OUR I'OREION RELATIONS. word of God " They have also begun to Ky., subject to the action of the contrary, the Republican platform short time that President Cleveland has week. already, and why not you. Our State Department has, during the give systematic attention to the "Rescue Pes pledges tiie next Administration to to continue in office, aud I suppose lie Democratic party. Mission Work" so long neglected, and Mr. William Boen returned to Ken year, settled the long standing Venezue would be unwilling to have any step z AVe are authorized to announce J. the maintenance of the legal tender tucky University at Lexington, last Sun- lan boundary question. This is of itself, the results have already shown that Talisot Jackox as a candidate for quality of the existing silver dollars, Liken that might precipitate war between day, after a short visit to his parents of great importance, but of far greater Jesus met them in the way. Her City Attorney, of Richmond. Ky.. and there are now four hundred and the United States and Spain, or which 9 momeut is the fact that the President Missionary Societies are systematically H L f subject to the action of the Demo- thirty millions of full legal tender would interfere with the friendly rela- here. reasserted the monkoe doctrine which training and sending abroad the 'ery cratic party. On last Tuesday morning Prof. Jno. standard silver dolln-- s in existence tions which have so long existed bewas to the effect, that no European Mon- flower of the young man and womanin this country. Does the gold tween our country anl Spain. How- Robt. Boatman received a telegram callWe have the Largest and Nicest Line of ROCKERS P After makinjr one million dollars standard exist at all under our pres- ever, I don't know the views either of ing him to the bedside of his dying sister archy should extend her territorial hood of this laud to incarnate Christ bedu"k hunting, Grover Cleveland will ent laws? Certainly not. boundaries in this hemisphere by colo- fore the nations of the earth. This is ever bronght to the City. If it did, Mr. Cleveland or Mr Olney, as 1 have atMoberley. Mo. He left immediately for retire after March 4th. one could not pay his debts in silver just arrived here, and have had no con that point. Our deepest sympathy goes nization. This is the first assertion of eminently true of Educational Musion Our Diners are so comfortable you regret leaving the table. this doctrine in a controversy between work, the church aud the school, the if the creditor demanded gold. Rut versation with them on this subject for with him in his bereavement. Our small Eockers keep the children quiet all day. A Xw York evening paper pro- it is not foreign powers, in all history, and its preacher and the teacher are henceforth disputed that all debts paya- months." Mr. J. Kobt. Riggs has been filling poses to publish every day a full list ble Suites make happy homes. Our Bed-roomaintenance by us, and its acceptance to be in all true missionary in money may be paid in silver. Prof. Boatman's place at Kingston High THE GREATEST DIPLOMATIC VICTORY. of deaths in that city up to noon. by the English Premier, speaking for movements, both at home and abroad. Our Springs and Mattresses cause you to go home early. No gold standard there. Does the Mr. McCreary spoke of the result of School during the absence of the latter. the most powerful monarchy on the Her charities, while not commensurate Our Folding Beds will not hurt you. United States Government maintain the Venezuelan controversy as being the Miss Mary Katherine AVhite is quite earth, crystalizes the "Monroe AV. Yerkes says he is neithJohn Our Folding Couches aflord the greatest pleasure. Doctrine" with her blessings, have bean a source a gold standard in er a candidate for Senator nor an its dues? No. Our the collection of greatest diplomatic ictory ever achieved low with pneumonia at her home near into International law, signs the death-warra- of thanksgiving, both to those who gave, Our "Wire Cots don't fail to see. silver dollars and by this couutry, for which he thought here. applicant for the collectorship in his our silver of Monarchy ,'and assures popu- and those who received. Especially do Our Secretaries and Book-case- s are great variety. certificates are alike re- President Cleveland and Mr. Olney are district. Little Emma Witt lias been quite sick lar government on this hemisphere, for we desire tothank God for another name Our Side-board- s all new and handsome. ceivable for all United States taxes, both entitled to great credit. for the past week all time to tome. Then the acceptance the name of Clara Bartou added to Our Ilat-rack- s will just finish your hall. U An effort is being made to get a duties, and other obligations. No "Great Britain," he said, "'has practithe list of those "of whom the world is Mrs. Will West is quite sick; possible of our proposal to arbitrate the boundgold standard there. Are United pardon for Dick Tate, Kentucky's recognized the Monroe doctrine in pneumonia. cally ary question, hastens the day when the not worthy," who, as the Messenger of absconding Treasurer, who is said to States bonds or notes redeemable in agreeing to an arbitration which she at Our stock consists of too much to mention each item and all that is necessary, is for 3'ou i)- rgold! No. The law expressly makes Mr. James Boen.of this vicinity,has just "Nations shall learn war no more," the society of the "Red Cross," went inbe in Japan. first refused. She has conceded the when swords shall do service as plough- to the blood-staine- d to give us a call, and we can furnish you anything you may wish for. Turkish Empire and ' them redeemable in coin, of either right of the United States of America to received the reward at the AVorld's Fair shares, and spears as pruning hooks. The carried to the suffering and dying ArmejiLT gold or silver. No gold standard on the bent bred cow. The Frankfort Daily Capital susinterfere in a dispute between a republic year has also been one of great impor- nians, the assurances of woman's pended publication Saturday morn- there. It is true that the act of 1893, of the western hemisphere and the tance to the cause of local sympathy, fear when tho NEWBY. , ing a a daily, and will hereafter be repealing tho Sherman purchase greatest monarchy of Europe, and she throughout the world. In South of international complications, caused Sfgj Mr. Joseph Holman has returned from clause, there is a declaration that it is issued weekly, on Sunday mornings. has also conceded the right of the United the State of Texas civilized men to to his home, at this Africa, the indications point to a South millions of the policy of the United States to to name the terms Afiicau Republic, while the sturdy Cu- look, without so much, as formal promaintain the parity between tho States settlement, and herand conditions place, after an absence of two years. Hox. Andrew J. Au.yier, of Pike of the right to resist bans in sight from our windows are bap- test, on atrocities, that far exceed the rruirtruiJXiJUTJinnj-'- i J- -, lnjrriruxrinriruTrinjiriruiiiriju-uxrirMr. Strother Hood is on Jolly Ridge, county, is announced for the Repub- coins of the two metals; but no leg aggressions by Emopean monarchies on tizing the soil of their island home with fiendishness of ordinary savages. Clara visiting his friends and relatives. He is lican nomination for Circuit Judge islatiou is provided for that purpose; the western hemisphere." patriotic blood.in vindication of the right Barton's name w ill goon the list of canonnurse at the Sanitarium at Lexington. in the twenty-fouri- h judicial dis-- di nor is it stated which is to be the to conduct their cwn affairs, without the ized ones, with the names of Florence w m standard. If the coin of the two 3T33ISI3EES'a!I,2IC. ."ST.EEBil'EiliEISLM Mr. A. J. Holmau, Sr., has come home strict. interference of a foreign monarchy three Nightingale, of the Crimean, Sister &m -- jinnruirtruxruiriri ruin arm JTTLnxirmnTLnjrnnirirtrinriirir-ir.rii-.ri.-,,- , metals should separate in value, the inriJinJinrirUTririri-- " horn the Infirmary at Richmond, much thousand miles away. They have our Anthony of the civil war, and Elizabeth rejE parity could be restored only by new The total popular vote of 13,o29, improved in health, after an operation prayers, FURNITURE AND MORTICIANS. our sympathy, ami are by every Fry, the Philanthropist. The woman . CORRESPONDENCE. 000 cast this year in an increase of legislation either making the silver being performed for hip joint disease instinct of humanity, entitled to natio hood of America is vindicating its right 2,137,000 over the total popular vote coins heavier or the gold coins Sterna some time since. ELa'SK aiEEianiscaagi! nal recognition, not of belligerency only, to claim all that is best in "Apostolic of 1SS3 and of 1,419,003 over that 1852. lighter. No preference is expressed NEWBY. J. S. Stapp is confined to his bed again but of satio'.al independence. Succession," a succession to the Apoi.tol- 1802 over 18S8 was for either of these two methods in The increase of ic spirit of self sacrifice. The farmers are busy stripping tobac- with nervous prostration. They are any line of the statute book; nor is THE CHURCH. but 72S.O00. This is a record-breakin- g E. C. Million is preparing to make making the words of the hero of the the Secretary of the Treasury author- co aud prizing for the market No buyyear. Turning tO""the church, the most powhisky this season. ized to do any act changing the coins ers for the weed in this locality. tent factor in our civilization, (using the world's heroic age, their own "Neither QrfniRlJInSJiF Mr. John Agee, Sr., who was para- word chuich in its Catholic sense, to in- count I my life dear unto myself, so that Stock and household goods sold at John R. Fellows, the New York-orato- or their respective values. AVhat then is the "exist- John Lukes' sale, on Saturday, Novem- lyzed last week, is much better at this clude all who have the Spirit of the I might finish my couree with jov, aud who fought the cause of time. He can taik now. He was speech Blessed Christ) we find that last year has the ministry which I have received of rtJS ing gold standard?" It is simply ber 29. sound money during the late camT3Tf& W1 WW WTT0 Mr. John Agee, Sr.. an aged farmer of less for some time. paign, and who spoke at the court the practice of the Treasury Departcontributed largely to the answering the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gonpel SfrrJ of the grace of God." ment by which Treasurv notes and this place, was paralyzed last week. He house in this city,died Monday afterThe fanners are busy prizing and ship- of that wonderful prayer of the Master JLET US SUMMARIZE noon at 1 o'clock. His deatli was due greenbacks are redeemed in gold has been in failing health for some time. ping- tobacco. The crop is very good that his people might be one, not in coin only, when so demanded by the to over work during the campaign. this season. name perhaps, but in aim and motive As to the future, with continued indusMrs.S. B. Agee is very sick with liver & , holder, and the gold coin required disease. She is an aged lady. Hog killing was in vogue last week. aud spirit. I believe the time to be np try and increased economy there i no reason why the material wealth of our Maj. Dana Osc.ood, the American for that purpose is bought with inteB -Mr. Kil Deatherage has finished his The hog crop is not as large as of former proaching when "Ephraim shall not enrest-bearing & bonds, issued under foot-ba- ll vy Judah, and Judah shall not vex people may not be increased almost years. player, who commanded a dwelling and will move this week. Ephraim" when tho prayer of the patri- immeasurably. But "if riches increase, Cuban battery during a recent seige the redemption act of 1875, under Mrs. S. B. Agee is no better, but conMis3 Hallie L. Taylor's school, at Slick arch, shall find an answer among all who set not yourheart upon them." With the on the Ixjwii of Guainaro, and who any fair construction of which bonds Rock, closed last Friday with appropri- tinues very low. cannot be issued so long as the live on His bounty, and labor in His ser- increase of wealth comes the increaso of was training one of his pieces on the The accumulation of PANOLA. vice, "Let there be no strife, I pray responsibility. fort, a Mauser bullet struck him in Treasury is in a condition to redeem ate exercises. This is her third school taught at this place. She has given enthe forehead. He uttered the word the notes either in silver or gold. On Friday night, one week ago, two thee, between me and thee, between my American wealth, is in danger of beThe existing gold standard is then tire satisfaction. e about our necks to "Well" and fell forward on his cannew pupils were added to the perma- herdsmen aud thy herdsmen, for we are coming a a bond standard. It is the creation Our efficient constable, Tom Jones, arbrethteu."I thank God, I see the day drown us in a sea of Belfish extravagance non, hugged it and breathed his last. nent music class of Prof. R. C. of a national debt for gold redemprested a colored man last Saturday for Adams, a boy aud personal dissipation. "Freely ye and a girl. They arc when my scholarly and genial friend, tion only and makes tho United presenting a pistol, Squire Millionsent twins. CUBA. pastor of the Presbyterian have received freely give, is the divine The Professor says one talks the i i States the sole customer for gold him to the rock pile. chnrch, and I Ry:' can leave bass and the other euprano naturally, the law of increase, the condition of continSI7EI within its own boundary. No one but the trouble is they have not laarned qnestion of "foreordination," 'predes- ued prosperity. BE HE A. It appears from dispatches and pays a premiuurongoldexceptUncle THE PLAGUE tho bones over to select proper times for practice. They tination," and ''free-will- ," other sources that the Cuban Patriots Sam, and ho pays whatever the gold The midnight train spirited away last are getting the better of their Span- syndicates demand in the form of a Monday night, Miss Maggie Todd and pitch in at all hours of tho day or nigh'. which cur predecessors contended and In this, as in all great countries, conThe tie inspectors are here and prob- devote our energies to the work of per- stant vigilance is the price of life. Let ish oppressors. Absalom Golden, a runawav coudIc. discount an his bonds. &,: suading men to do their part in making the gospel of sanitation be written on There has been a great deal of 9 This is to bo "maintained" until Jellico being their destination. They ably 2o,000 ties will be put aboad tho their "peace, calling, and election sure." by the prss, let it be thundered from blood shed and untold suffering and we have secured an international were married there Tuesday morning cars here this week. The.only trouble is I am thankful for the day when my the pulpit, let it be practiced as was the Ik" the price has been reduced a little. property destroyed almost beyond agreement with Great Britain, the aud returned to Berea at noon. Miss computation, all of which in a great government of which is controlled Todd is the daughter of Mr. D. AV. The Teachers Association met at Speed- kindly and devoied friend, the pastor of rule in Jerusalem, by every one clearing mm .ii- -i measure could have been averted if by the dealers in gold or until the Todd. The opposition of the bride's well church Saturday, and while the the Baptist church, and I, can leave the from his own door, and let ua all then, 51 matter of "Final Perseverance" and "Ex- but not until then, pray God to spare us President Cleveland had only inter-ferre- d. Republican party is voted out of parents (on account of her youth) led number of teachers was small, the at- clusive Immersion," each teaching what these visitations. l to the elopement. The young couple,. tendance from the neighborhood was power. tie believes, without inveighing against God has achieved much bv this natton Evidently he could havelongsinco after stopping a week at the Central fair, and the preparation made by them his Brother, and useour best efforts to pre- in the past. It is here that popular $100 Howard, $100. recognized the belligerency of the House, will begin housekeeping at the in the way of dinner was first-clas-s. WB In vent the masses of the community from government has reached its highest -- depatriots of Cuba and been warranted The readers of this paper will be home of the groom. appreciation of this the few teachers "final perseverance" in evil and I am velopmentlt is here that Christianity hae In so doing from the 6tep taken in pleased to learn that there is at least one Mrs. A. S. Steele, known all over tho presentspread themselves and the disregard to same by Congress during dreaded disease that science has been North and South because of her grAt cussion of various question were spirited glad to five to see the day when mT produced the highest forms of human IE the pastor of this (the Christian) life; it is hare that the Holy Spirit lias the first part of the year. AVe be- able to cure in all its stages and that is missionary works, founder" and matron and edifying. Prof. Jessie Cobb took SftL church, my ideal pastoral fidelity, who wrought His highest miracles in com- mm lieve in the Chief Magistrate using Catarrah. Hall's Catarrah Cure is the of the colored Orphans' Homo at Chat- occasion to jump on our compulsory at is always on the right side of every moral plete transformations of character, and due caution in regard to all inter- only positive cure now known to th e tanooga, Tenn., visited Berea December tendance law with both feet, aud Profs national affairs and if possible avoid raedicJ fraternity. Catarrah being a 1st and addressed the students in the Poag, Wagers, Benton and Eld. Jessie question, can stand side by side with me, it is from hero, and by m, if we are true' to not discussing,in doubtfuj disputation, of Him, that He will send the evangel of unpleasant complications: but the constitutional disease, requires a consti Chapel. She hxs established eleven Caldwell all took a whack at him. JesIM for i emission of His gospel to bless all the peoples of the time is now ripe for tho recognition tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrah Cure schools in South Carolina and three in sie fights back like a Corbett or Fitzsim-raon- s, "Baptism t2"fj g sins," or the of earth. I am an optimist no a pessimbt, of the independence of Cuba. AVe is taken internally, acting directly upon Alabama, aud her life work has been but they outnumbered him. c- -t the Holy Spirit, but joining heads and the world is not getting worse, but hot hope the President will speak in no the blood and mucous surfaces of the to elevate the colored raco. She paid a xoung Bro. Joe Anderson was called hearts and hands to assist in driving E.3U out ter, the ''golden age" is not history liiit ! uncertain tones and that tho patriots system, thereby distroying the foundation tribute to the dusky race for their ex- to preach at Viney Fork fe 4 m a Baptist church "Spiritual wickedness from high places." prophecy, not a dream of the past, but will be recognized in thoir great of the disease, and giving the patient treme generosity and gratitnde. and Saturday. , No man who, in the face of the a thing of the future. The garden 'of Btruggle for liberty. AVe believe the strength by huildingup the constitution feels that the work is one that abund: sun of Righteousness, Eden is a parable of that spiritual gij-nfre country will say amen should i a'sbfn;rmtnrc in doinsr its work. antly rewards. Thirteen years ago. "lfANTED FATTinmii wrv n-- itrn u moii to travel for responsible es- wlnle the ".Master delayeth his cominc. den Uod proposes to create in evelT lie do bo, and this people will accept i. c pi' , )ta i.a a much faith in its when the yellow fever, cholera and tablished housejuKentuoky. Salary begins to smite his LL'iE the coHseqences, whatever tho result curative pjttors, thai tney offer one small-pobut heart, and his reien over it, of th' it devastated'the South and left f7S0and expenses. Position perma- - will find himself identified Kj9 'might be, as a demand of the people, Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails hundreds of children homeless, with the min- - spiritual miller.ium, that is to mark tiie nant, Reference. Enclosed sdf-ar-ithe i rziriji jf climax-o- l and without peiurp to tho JPresi- - to cure. Send for list of Testimonials. the Savior's effk to'aave-tll- e The isteral nsoHBtebank,. the helpless state of Jhe'. little colored chil- dressed stamped; envelope. cMrlstan. auonai,, star 'insutanco wotM. vMar that kmndaTcooHS ia "olfr fieut. 26 gfl irfHsold by'pfiigife JSo. 5 fce- dren appealed to herfrorciWy,-gr-iti- Reprcsontatlvo McCreary Thinks tho United States Should Intervene for Them. Wo had noted that our townsman Dr. Phil Roberts had been menDo tioned as an aspirant to the collector-shi- p Does NotjBelieveJThis AdministrallonJWllI .AnythinnXlhe.Maller No TeriB for the Eighth Internal Revenue LcglslalionThis Winter. District of Kentucky, and we theregenial Doctor if he fore asked the Washington Star, of Dec 3rd. really hadsuciraspirations. AVe were Representative McCreary of Kentucky promptly informed by him that he expected to apuly for the position, is in the city and is stopping at the and "intended to go anned with cre- F.bbitt House. Mr. MoCrcary was not aud hi active dentials and such backing as would a candidate for interest in congressional matters does insure for him the place." Tho Doctor's many friends in Rich- not extend beyond the present session. mond would bo glad if he could He does not believe Congress will do secure the position. Ho lias fought anything during the coming winter exfearlessly and courageously for the cept t" pass the appropriation hills. lie Republican party for thirty years, believes something should be done to many times raising""its banner when reform the currency system of the counno other man in the party was will- try, but Joes not see any hope for such action in the present division of the par ing to lead. He has shown his devotion to the ties on that question. "I do not look for an tariff legislaUnion by enlisting in his country's cause at the first sound of alarm in tion," said Mr. McCreary to a Star re1S61 as a private soldier, and was porter 'because the Republicans mustered out at the close of tho war want a much different bill from any they as captain. He has represented this could pas at the coming session. They county two years and was Senator will doubtless delay action on that matfrom this district four years in the ter until the nest Congress assembles." Mr. McCreary believes that this counGeneral Assembly of Kentucky. The Doctor is a poor man and as try should not stand by idly and see a the office will be filled by a Republi- cruel war prostrate the industries of the can we would like to see him suc- Island of Cuba for an indefinite length Out. to-da- y, DJFL , w CREAM BAKING P9WDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. to-da- n ing no asylum for them in Chattanooga. With money she had earned by years of teaching, she started a home for tho colored orphans, and since then has sheltered and cared for five hundred and thirty-thre- e orphans, and educated them as far as possible. Her institution is growing rtnd her zeal increasing, and the good she has done in the South has been too to bo estimated. Her informal speech was appreciated to the utmost by the sludente and her ardent missionary spirit has endeared her to all who know her. Dr. J. L. McCollon, of Chicago, preached at Narrow Gap Union Church last Sunday. His sermon was brilliant and convincing, and was appreciated to the utmost. This little church nestles among the mountains, about five miles from Berea. Miss Adelia Fox, of Toledo, Ohio, founded a Sunday-schotwo years ago at Narrow Gap, which shortly grew into such proportions that the establishment of the church became a necessity. The gratefulness and hospitality of the mountaineers made the work fascinating to the little band of workers, and the earnest christian spirit that is being developed is evidence of the intelligence of the mountaineers and the faithfulness of Miss Fox and her associates. Mr. H. M. Penniman, of Cincinnati, Professor of Christian Evidences at Berea College, was recently elected pastor, Mr. Herbert Sanders, of ol Thauksgiving sermon preached by Dr. G. W. Young, at the Christian church, on the 20th of November, 189G, before as fine an audience as evt;r assembled on such an occasion in this city: Text "In every thing give thanks, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you." 1st Thess , 5th Chapter, J8th verse. He said: The proclamation of the President of tne united btates just read in your hearing is the occasion, though not the cause of our assembly. Nor is the command of the Spirit by the words of the Apostle, I trust, the only reason of our coming together, but in the depth of each heart there is the dis position to sing; ppftises as the "Spirit gives us utterance." The apostolic spirit of Thanksgiving is not governed by, nor dependent upon outward conditions, but upon such a conception of God's directing grace ns will enable us to &ee that "all things work togetherfor good to them that love God." We do not need to resort to eith er Christian faith or Christian philoso phy as an inspiration to our praises, but to the spontaneous uprising of tude, from a conciousness of unmerited good received. That we may the bettti give expressions to our gratitude, let us recall a few ol the divine blessings that ProTe the merit ot Hood's SarsapariUa posture, perfect, permanent Cures. Cures ot scrofula In seTerest forms, like goitre, swelled neck, running gorei, hip disease, sores In the eyes. Cures of Salt Kheum, with Its Intense itching and burning, scald head, tetter, eui. Cures of Bolls, Hmples, and all other ernp-Uodue to Impure blood. Cures of Dyspepsia and other troubles where a Rood stomach tonic was needed. Cures of Rheumatism, where patients we re unable to work or walk for weeks. Cures of Catarrh by expelling the Impcrities which cause and sustain the diseaie. Cures of Nerrousness by properly toning and feeding the nerves upon pure bloo J. Cures of That Tired Feeling by restoring strength. Send for book of cures by Cures iUUULJLJLJLllILll-- ll "It 1 V I I II II II !IJLJLJLJIJ1JUUUUU II I -.1 , I I I 3 i 1 H ns 1 . ;niniiiUiHiiiiiiiirrCTiii'iit"'""i'fBj HfXfcyxz&g? u .- - Hood's SarsapariUa To C. I. Hood & Co., rropiletors, Lowell, "Mass. r ., are the best pills, aid digcsUon- - 25c. ilOOU S after-iJnne- P FlllS Every one owing me will call at once and settle their accounts as I must wind up my business by January 1st, 1897. All accounts must be paid at once or suit will be brought without-furthenotice. I can be found at my stand at all times. p n I E u H J. STRENG. new-wine.- " on - yaEsrsrransrrEsrHJJs BmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmm fayrillllSlEJflflpjgrr" n V j I r A V. to-d- IF ip ? JL RN T iL JL RR i- 1 Don't urn lie m L 6 s L: ir in Uk nt sjp nt Our Undertaking Department is Always Complete ed ,uc HANAN AND ''V!,WW' gk u I J r, TtilBflrpl so-call- ipfiini www w Wy W T&r&&'&r,',' liS Ell I a f 111 ll I : : pi mill-ston- Bill ras ras A.T HENRY KLEIN -- t ifgj IP ajg WILL BEGINJm H y&& mwmmmimmm I SON. rC I i gk and comforts, Lace Curtains, Window Si Poles, Trunks, Satchels and Telescopes.Shades, Curtain ajg At 10 a. m., to sell the entire stock Goods, Hats and Caps, Notions. Ladies' Wraps. Mil. linery, Men's Eurnishings, Eoots and Shoes, Blankets u$mk 1 hot mm it of Clothing, Dry r' gk sjg gjij ijg Come Everbody and Get Bargains. HENRY KLEIN & mill f SLO faJu2iT3Sr "1' m e-ftj it a to-da- y, -- gk fellow-servants- ," x, g!l seif-eeekis- .3 .. 4'" - c -'.Vt v V-- If. f j-- . . . !F JUri.' o-- '- r' ,v thre i -- f','; &-- I ojbffthrea, VMrfrin tbe0y wW iukAfte tA-- A ft. i JDilSSSjiiS mmsm " STEBZ rr ' " -- m H : ? """"1 " " - If T : " - "- - f v . " .' if"3; & l Pr "fiC i' rp'- fir C"KT - Fa" r I fSlEIrtycir m fit t B Bil B frBJ 53 rffcL! E' frHJE! sirWarasraafripisraErridsiuisra lijBtlifrliillml Saturday night, during a festival, r EfrElETBUGfTaSfrHJ S.I several negroes got loaded with moan whiskey and hadafiee-for-a- ll WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1S96. IsrSJ fight, in which clubs, rocks and knives played a prominont part. Senator John Bennett was In Loumls Cow for sale. See nd. Sam Ross was painfully cut in tho isville Saturday. Miss Lizzie Feenoy is on tho sick Resure to sop Sir Joseph Portee, hand, while several others, whoso Mr.Ab. Oldham, ofMt. Sterling, 'ElfrU list. names wo could not learn, were was hero court day. C. B., who will appear in tho K. pretty well beaten up with clubs. "Win. Ballard is very low with That Has Attended The New Cloak Department of Our Doc. 13. Mrs. M. M. Miller, of Irvine, visWhile attempting to tako a pistol IL and fever. dulls ited friends hero Friday. from one of tho negroes Mrs. was accimm has sold - Local option carried in fiercer terest inLee Maupin known asher in- dentally discharged, the itball taking Ed Rupard, of Winchester, was the firm EJITH1 L. P. founty Saturday. Todd & Co., and has removed her off one of Win. Casey's fingers and hero from Saturday until Monday. passed" through Win. Broaddus' Miss Mossio Parrish, entertained a And the Tremendous Lot of Pretty Dresses we have sold from our Dress Goods Department has forced us to keep - The finest play ever in Richmond millinery to White & Gibson's.where IE she wishes her friends and tho pub- hand. Broaddus and Casey are both number of young friends Friday ra house feI r.i oj evening. mm lic to call and see her at her new white. where did you set that din quarters. a better understanding of the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ross, of 111! Rather be Tried in Indiana for Murder than in transient Paint Lick, visited friends here ical ills, whichnature of the many physi .. .! " At Palmer's, of eoursr. Kentucky lor Hog Stealing. vanish before proper efTho Kentucky woman who anTransporting New Jackets, New Capes and New Dress Goods, nntil our stock at present is fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts Th Streets of New York" at swered an advertisement to learn how A man arrested in Harrodsburg Friday. SfrHi rightly directed. There is comfort in Attorney John Rurnam.of Lexingmore complete than at any time this season. to make good coffee, and received tho a few days since, charged with hog ' Hush opera hout-knowledge, that so many forms of PEJ the reply: "Try until yon gefit just right, stealing, was also wanted in Indiana, ton, was the jjuest of relatix'es here sickness are not due to any actual disV crew of "sohor man and true" and then keep on Saturday.to a constipated condiease, but simply but the sheriff did not want to give making AVe have just received from the Largest Factories in the East tho prettiest line of New Jackets and : tx f "on in the Pinafore Dec. 18. ought to marry tho farmerthat way," him up to the Indiana officer who Miss Mary Spencer Smith has re- tion of the system, which the pleasant who sent Capes ever sliown in Richmond, they were bought late and at Low Down Closing Out Prices for of Figs, promptfamily laxative, Syrup hty thoroughbred yearlings an advertiser :v dollar to find out how came after him, a.s there was an in- turned from a x'isit to relatives at ly removes. That is why it is the only CASH. Come and see them. remedy writh millions of families, and is at Lexington at an average of to raise beets, and was told to "tako dictment against him. It was final- Danville. everywhere esteemed so highly by all ly decided to consult tho prisoner AV. McCluro was in RichJudge G. them by the tops and pull." who valoe good health. Its beneficial about the matter. When asked if ho mond, last week. Mt. ATernon effects are due to the fact, that it is the T'.. sale of the R. X. I. & B. rail-- i ZE3IE3 Pastor Resigns. ore remedy which promotes internal wanted to stay where he vas or go Republican. lias boon postponed until Jan- cleanliness without debilitating the Elder W. F. Smith, pastor of tho to Indianapolis, ho said: "Tako me Marcus and Robert Prewitt, o' From ihe Largest Dress Goods Emporium in the East the prettiest line of Stylish Novelty Dress Goods it. (.iins on xvhich it acts. It is therefore Christian church, has handed to Indiana; I'd rather be tried inlnd-an- a Montgomery county, were in Rich tl important, in order to get its bene-aciwe have shown his season. If you haven't bought your new dress look at this line, you don't have to Tho pupils of Caldwell High resignation to take effect on or about for murder than for hog stealing mond Monday. effects, to note when you purbuy old style picked over goods from us. s., mil will give an entertainment chase, that you have the genuine artiJanuary 1. He will go from hero to in Kentucky. Miss Delia Ramsey has returned cle, which is manufactured by the Calii'miui tioopiiiber 19. Lexington. The best wishes of his Kentucky's Railroads. to Mrs. Chns. McChord fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by from a manj- - friends go with hiin. - Tho fini'.st line cf clocks ever all reputable druggists. The State Railroad Commission- at AA'inchester. If in the enjoyment of good health, It.i.mond will be found at Tl. II. Always The Case It Is ers have completed their annual reMrs. AValler Bennett has returned and the system is regular, laxatives or r s jewelry More. I'ahni are If That D. P. Armor has tho hand- port. They assess the railroad prop- from a visit to Mrs. Arthur Yager, other remedies any then not needed. one actual disease, afflicted with Mr. John P. Cozine, editor of the somest Christmas goods in tho city. erty of the State at $51,970,057, a de- at Georgetown. may be commended to the most skillful 'tU'.wille News, is critically ill This Christinas he surpasses all oth- crease of $209,9S9 from last year's asMiss Minva Park Phelps, of Madi- physicians, but if in need of a laxative, .1 will probably die. one should have the best, and with the ers in nice presents and at reasonable sessment. The railroad mileage in son, xvas a guest at "Castle Cobb." everywhere, Syrup of Kentucky is 3,010.15, an increaso of Interior Journal. prices. His counter is better - Ii i at Silver Creek, yesterday Figsstands highest and is most largely son of Mr. than over; don't fail to examine his only three miles during the last year. ri in;, the Mr. Richard Clarke, Jcattle sales- used and gives most general satisfaction. The volume of traffic and gross earn- man elegant line. Mrs. S. 15. Hume. for Craxvford & Co.,' Cincinnati, ings of the railroads in Kentucky was The first prize, a beautiful ink stand, Will go to Louisville. here court day. o cit- Are being sold by us at prices way below what you pay for Auction Trash, we carry no shoddy trash, showed an increase over the previous i.. ..rge Marple, a Miss Lou S. Murray, formerly a year, though there was a slight deMr. Harry Klein, of Nicholasville, was awarded to Neville Moberley; f was killed Saturday Good Stuff from us at Low Cash L'rices. you buy First-classecond, a jumping jack, to Harry matron of the Pattio A. Clay Infirm- crease in net earnings. The Com- was the guest, court day, of his sisav log falling on him. i Blanton; third, a individual sugar ary at this place, has accepted a missioners propose an ter, Mrs. J. G. Miller. and cream fpitcher, to Miss Bessie ! Daughters of tho Confeder-it- l similar position at the Jennie Casse-tla- y to the statutes to require amendment Sf?s Miss Jeannette Frost,of AVhite Starailroads to HI moot next Friday morning Infirmary at Louisville. The furnish transportation for the hoard tion, spent from Friday until Mon- Turley. Mrs. Dr. White, Mrs. G. AV. Pickels and Mrs. Rhodes acted as j ..clock in reading room. vacancy caused by this change has when traveling upon official busi- day with Mrs. Elmer Deatherage. pfr judges. The Glee Glub furnished r'i- largest assortment of Christ-..'ml- s not yet been filled. ness. Miss Annie Mershon entertained music for the occasion, and well did over in Richmond will be Died in Lincoln County. Saturday night in honor of her gaest, they acquit themselves. Miss AnMarried. at Palmer's jewelry store. Miss Clara Mershon, of Stanford. The venerable George "W. Tribble, a nie Frazee, whose ability for enterBoy's Overcoats $1.19, $1.48 and $2.00, a Good Cassimere Overcoat for men with velvet Hon. A. T. Chenaultand Mrs. Pat-ti- e 1 former Madison county citizen, died Rev. AArm. Cain, of the M. F. taining is unsurpassed, made the TVadiers Association will be collar for $1.9S, a Good Oassimere High Collar Men's Long Ulster Overcoats for $2 4S, Parrish were united in marriage at II it. tho Caldwell High School at his home in Lincoln county worth $6.00, Men's Nax-- Blue and Black Cassimere Suits Nicely Made and Good Fitters last Wednesday at the latter's resi- church north, now located Fri- evening one long to bo remembered I.i ii,- - Saturday, the 19th in.st. Deceased was born in Mad- dence, on the Otter Creek pike, Rev. Greenup, Ky., was In Richmond by those present. Among those for $2.98 a suit, Boy's Knee Suits 69c, worth $1.25, wo sell pants of suits and odd pants day. ison county 93 yeas ago, and was A. P. present xvere : Miss Bessie Spears, Turnerrof the Baptist church, It will bo worth your money a brother of the late Alexander Trib- performing the ceremony. The atMisses Minna and Annie Crutcher .Madge and Mayme Hart, Bessie Mr. Irvine Brink, as Capt. ble. His mother w as a niece of Dan- tendants were Mr. Jas. S. Crutcher have returned from Nicliolasville Turley, Minnie AVagers, Lizzie Turan. in the Pinafore Dec. IS. iel Boone. and Miss Annie Deatherage. After after a delightful visit to tho Misses ley, May Ballard, Mary Collins, Mat-ti- e I Pinafore is causing almost Taibble, Linda and Mildred Not Affected by the Kentucky Law. the ceremony and congratulations Crutcher. nn-excitement asdid the recent Gormley and Pearl Gentry. Mrs. Dr. Miss Minnie Bohon. of HarrodsAuditor Stone addressed a circu- Mr. and Mrs. Chenault left for Cini 'in. At court house Dec. 18. AV. Pickels, Mrs. lar to the County Clerks of the State cinnati and other points, returning burg, and Miss Flora AVheatley, of AVhite, Mrs. G. Mv residence and of land saying that laws passed since tho Friday, and are now comfortably Americus, Georgia, are the guests of Rhodus, and Mrs. Henry Perry. Messrs. Thos. Arnold. Robt. Adrent West Maiu street, Richmond election of the present Clerks chang- domiciled 'at the home of the latter. Mrs. C. B. Hume. ams, Arch Boll, Harry Blanton, AV. The groom is one of Madison's most C. H. PIGG. ing their foes do not apply 'to tliem Miss Lizzie Butler, of Richmond, but to their successors. In accor- substantial citizens, having twice has accepted a position with the H. Boggs, Charlie Chenault, Harry Th two months salary or balance Logan, Joe Chenault, Nexille Mobdance with this ruling $5 will be al- served his county in the Legislature, Lexington Telephone Exchange. HP Small Wares and Notions in endless varieties. We sell Pins and Needles at 1c. a paper, Sox and Stockings Irrir tIm toachor.s up to this date, will erley, AVallace Johnson, Chns. and has always been prominent in Lexington Argonaut. lowed to each clerk in every felony 5c. per pair, Good Handkerchiefs 3c, Good Long Snspenders for men 10c. per pair, raSf seamless .ulv for distribution next Satur- Earl Smith, AVm. Park, Lespolitical and religious circles.' His case. Capt. and Mrs. AV. E. Bell, (nee o. . Best Spool Cotton 3 for 10c. bride, a widow of the late Squire Miss Katie Reexes), of Richmond, lie Evans, James Neale, Thomas Five Years in the Pen. Parrish, is an estimable-ladand be- were with friends here the latter part Pickels,Prof. Hough, J. F. Kennedy, Riirn. to the wife of Thos. Parker John Turley, Geo. Scott, Guy Dax-is- , Iu. II. . a former Madi.son county Robt. Peyton, colored, who was loved by everyone who knows her. of last week. Anderson News. Allen Zarning, Garnet Nichols, Hood arrested by Chief of Police Tcrrill, at The Climax joins theirmany friends Almost Siven Away, Ask lo an a boy; Thomas Dud-- i. all Kinds of Rex Rutherford Douglas is home Little, Arch Haydon, Jennings this place, Thanksgiving day, on the in wishing them a long and happy Jr. again after an absence of several Grccnleaf and Joe Tribble. charge of breaking into John P. Milweeks in Virginia. Mr.s. Douglas ' I.. Hume, of Irvine, sold at ler's store, in Estill county, was life. mm Barbarous. will return Jessamine t it place, Saturday, toT. C. Vaughn tried before the circuit court at You can get anything you are AVe have one entire house adjoining our store full of Trunks and Valises. Mr. S. V. Rowland, of Danville, Journal. s - sidonce and livery stable, price Irvine last week and given five years looking for in this line from us. Call ana see them. $ n. Miss Lizzie AVherritt and Mrs. in the penitentiary. Frank Canilin, tolls us that 50 years ago, he witnessed the trial of a Negro slave named, I'xaniino the ads in the Climax who was with Payton at tho time of Isaac, the property of Win. Morse, of Haley have returned from Lancas- Akers, Frank Miller, Anderson r.purchasing your Christmas the robbery, has not yet been cap- Madison county, for the killing of an- ter, xvhere they attended tho funeral Austin, James Miller, Sallie F of Capt. T. AV. Olds, brother-in-laMl? Owens, John Black, Alex v nts. JSargams are always ad- - tured. other Negro. A verdict of man- of tho latter. Baxter, Mary Mrs Stone, Jaiues AV med. Died. Taylor, Mrs (Howslaughter was found and the punishBest, Mag (col) rcjj3 ard st) - protracted meeting at Bear At tho residence of her husband, ment fixed at ;59 lashes on his bare Mr. Jacob Gentry returned yesterday Boatriplit. Eliza Tudor, Marion 25 - 24 allow, conducted by Rev. Jacob on East Main street, Mrs. E. B. "Wa- back and to bo branded in the palm of from McLean county, Illinois, where Burton, Meriea Turner, Callie He Clienanlt. Eliza , ftiJafrtiJBfrHJ MmHlfftlllangJI i closed Sunday with ton llace of consumption, aged 0 years. the hand with a red hot iron. Mr. he has been since February last. shmfMifLy ?SJHpIMf Cornelison, Joseph Turner, Allie will spend the xvinter with his m alil.tio.i-- . Walker, Unless Green. C B Besides a husband, she loaves three Rowland, then a boy of 15, saw both 31 arrHJEITHJSra afrHJSr?HJ03 rHl E IM B rJtp rasjrHiajcBJ Union City. Hathaway, Mary Walker, AV After the funeral punishments inflicted and to this day Cur- - small children. Win. Tevis sold to Thomas AVitt, J M Mr. Allen Zaring, of Richmond, Lassine, L X la- -t Saturday, 100 barrels of corn services at the residence, Sunday he says ho can see tho Negro writhe AVilliams, Nannie Lofiston, Elen Tfl.1i In fif P..ifV was with friends here this week Achlns Jolxit3 LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. BRIDGEFORD'S l per barrel. Roth parties reside afternoon, by Elder AV. F. Smith, of as, with his hand tied palm upwards Miss Mary S. Smith, of Richmond, Kennedy, J D Briensburg, Kv., Nov .IS, 1S96. S. C. Announce the presence of rheumatism tho Christian church, of which she from a plow handle, he saw the hot B. AVILLIS, Postmaster. J K irks vi lie. her uncle, Dr. Goodloe. n Burnham of this place writes the followwhich causes untold suffering. was a devoted member, her remains motal fry itself to the bone. For cur- is Corrected Weekly. ECONOMIST RANGE. Mrs. James DeJarnctt and Miss were interred in the Richmond cem- iosity's sake the other day while in Harrodsburg Democrat. ing testimonial: LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- "I was afllicted with a 13 due to lactic acid in the blood. Riggenstair will ho married SEE THEM Dr. A. AVilkes Smith and Dr AA 12lclb It cannot be cured by liniments or other severe pain in my back and I began Richmond, Mr. Rowland examined etery. Butter KET. at tho home of the bride, on the Sarsa- - taking Hood's Sarsaparilla which has 15cdoz outward npplicitions. Hood's EXAMINE THEM! tho records and found that his recol- AV. Burgin were in attendance at the Eggs "What is cheapness ? Cheapness is Tat. - (rook pike. 5c lb parila purifies the blood, removes the completely relieved me. I cannot say too lection was fully corroborated by Bluo Grass Dental Association at PUni.ISHEI) BY GLOVnil A DUBKETT, LOUIS- Chickens (live) not peculiar to prices. Goods are PURCHASE THEM! Paris, last Tuesday. Dr. Smith de 5c lb (ause of rheumatism and permanently much in praise of this medicine." S. C. VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Chickens (spring) Now is the time to select your often cheaper than the prices. Par- them. This inhuman punishment livered the President's address. 6c lb cures this disease. This is the testimony Burnham. Sales on our market for the week jnst Ducks (live) . . ( jffiif riMiiiaA present. Goto E. H. P. ticularly is this true when the pur- was result of the law which made . . 10 to 12jc lb of thousands ol people who once suffered srf the confinement of a slave in the Mrs M. J. Clay and Miss Laura closed amount to 3559 hhds. with re- Cheese . . . . . w here you can find any- - chaser Pnli'K-rfeels that the goods are G to 7c lb period 2773 the pains of rheumatism hut who have Hcoi's Pills are the best family cathart ,in-- ' jmi want in this line. bought with a certain amount of un- penitentiary impossible. The Spanish h ive returned from their farms in ceipts for the same since Januaryhhds. Lard 20c lb actually heen cured by taking Hood's tic and liver medicine, harmless reliable, 1st, Beeswax inquisition could have hardly con- Midison and are now occupying Sales on our market -- Tlcoming Opera, Pinafore, certainty and unreliability. "We ceived anything more horrible. Its great power to act upon sure. It $2 50c to $3.00 lb Sarsaparilla. thoir residence on North Broadway amount to 155.149 hhds. Sales of .the crop Ginseng l J l W will be given at the court have no cheap goods, although no . . . 12 to 13c lb the blood and remove even,-- impurity is fat Interior Journal. f jr the xvinter. Lexington Gazette. of 1895 on our market to this date Wool (No. 1) . . Rev. James Miller, pastor of Grace M. w one disputes the cheapness of our . D'c. 18, will be the event of 7 to Sc lb the secret of the wonderful cures by E. to 14S.011 hhds. Bnrry and Cott . church, Bloomington, 111., was found Court Day. prices. Covington fc Mitchell. Ainongjhe court day visitors from amount t't. -- i ason. Don't mis.s it. 26 29 OC It) Hood's Sarsaparillo. The receipts of new hurley have heen Green hides . dead and robbed in an alley at Decatur, xvere: Win. bnowuon, Tnos. Norris Brothers report December Irvine PQ Pinafore. . . . . 5 to 0c lb more liberal this week and prices for Dry hides 111., lost Thursday. The revolver with Mrs. Ellen V. Gib?on, president court day the best for many years. AVilliams, Jr., Judge AV. AV. Park, m 32c lb jrood color or chararter Feathers (new) . For 5orsencs3 such as have had Mr. Bernard Xelms, whose rendiwhich the crime was committed was w f tlf Pattie A. Clay lufirmary, has There were about 1,000 cattle on the Owen AVitt, Jas. F. AVest, A. D. and have been satisfactory to sellers. One Gesse live . . . . 25 to 35 Itenj. Ingerson, of Hutton. Ind., savs " tion of the part of "Ralph ljing by the dead man's side. audi d in her resignation. Her suc- market. A great number of mules E. B. Powell, Jas. A. AVallace and hhd. sold for 12.25 and a good many X created such a furor several and a large he had not spoken above a whiper for has not been aopointed. number of plug horses. M. M. Miller. 'ili'J"-pW.rFor Kidney Sroublos. ." hhds. at fromSS to $11. Thecoramon off years ago at Lexington, was here months, and one bottle of Foley's Honey W Some extra good feeders sold as high Miss Bessie Redman, who hashed colorel sorts are still low. The market there is nothing better than Foley's Kidand rehearsed with the company last as $3.00, and Tar restored his voice. It is used TV ladies of the Baptist church : in but most of the sales were visiting Miss Nancy Hume at AVaco, for old hurley, especially where it has ney Cure. Everyone who trics it will night. This entertainment promises very largely by speakers and Singers. will give a Razar Thursday, Decem-i.i'?T,si5-Ht- l " made at from $3.15 to $3.50. left Monday, for her home In Paris. been iu good condition or had merit, lias agree to this. Sold by W. G. White. Sold by W. G. White. i.J?J i aVZ&Xi, 26 29 r iTtn. at the store room on Second to be one of the most successful ever Restore full, regular action M 26 29 and about She was accompanied by Miss IB (C -formerly occupied by Dr. W. in this city. On account of the large 50 Bales good Wagers bought$3.25 to Hume, xvho will be her guest for been decidedly more animated and of the bouels. do not Irri- BP 119 Sthead feeders at from After hearing some friends continually prices better. The common grades symor inflame, but leave number of seats that are being eni hue. Read President Cleveland's mes- praising Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera tatctho delicate IljretiTe or- sex'eral xveeks. all $3.50. pathized to ome extent in the advance. gaged, it has been decided to show 80 LD IN pinixin in perfect condition. Try them. S cents. Don't forget the sale of J. H. at the court house." a copy of the We give below quotations for new bur-le-v sage in next issue. J. B. Byer sold to O. H. Chenault AA'o have reciex-eand Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of I"repareI only bj- U I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mss. He will sell 25 RICHMOND. cattle at $3.40; to Z. E Las Vegas (New Mexico) Daily old. as When any part of the body isn't doing Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle 'When I was a lad" is another Baldwin, of Fayetto county, two Optic, in which appeared the follow- Trash well asordamagcd)$ 1 00 to 1 50 i ..r- -. -- . cattle, hogs, corn, fodder, While walking on the stretts in Indi (dark intended it to do.it of it for his own use and is now as enthe work that nature anapolis, Ind., a news boy found the inning implements, household and catchy song of the coining opera, steers at $3.50, and two extra good ing notices: Dr. P. P. Collins, a Common colory trash 2 50 to 4 CO puts the whole system out of tune out thusiastic over its wonderful work as Pinafore. Itich-monhealth-seeke- r, xvho hails from furniture. cattle at $3.00. Medium to good col trash 4 00 to & 00 of harmony. Sickness in one part of the anyone can be The 25 and 50 cent sizes dead bodies of Herman Meyers and Nora Richardson lying in pools of blood. It is Ky., is in town andxvlll locato Common lugs not colory 2 50 to 3 50 body is likely to run into all parts of the for sale bv W. G. White. of Centre ColLucas and Johnson sold about 40 25 29 ild. silver and diamonds, the Dr. Craig Elected President not known whether they were murdered J. R. Common colory lugs 2 to 3 cents. in Las Aregas permanently 4 50 to 7 00 body. When children stand a row of head light cattle atjfrom lege. -- t line ever in Richmond, at Don't be persuaded into buying lini- or committed suicide. Collins & Fox report about sixty Azblll, from Madison county, ivy., is Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 bricks ou end, they knock the whole row At tho meeting of the Board of Paliin To be convinced of this mules bought and sold. They brought in the city Common to medium leaf 0 00 to 9 00 down by upsetting one brick. That is ex- ments without reputation or merit i t go and see. It will cost you Trustees of Centre College, held in 9 00 to 14 00 actly what happens to the health when Chamberlain's Pain Balm costs no more, $30 to $85. Horses sold at a Tho marriage of Mr. Kuper Hood Medium to good leaf Lexington. Thursday, Dr. "Willis from i othnig to examine. We Send ii and its merits have been proven by a For 14 00 to 16 00 low price. to Miss Julia Hubbard, of Newport, Good to fine leaf or Rent. Green Craig, of the McCormick the bowels fall to perform tl.eir proper test of many years. Such letters as the 16 00 to 26 00 function W. T. Provitt, auctioneer from has been announced to take place Select wrappery leaf TO Constipation makes trouble all Tho finest line of silverware ever Seminary, Chicago, was fo lowing, from L. G. Bagly, Hueneme, unanimously elected Piesident of Kirksville, reports fifteen horses sold early in February. Mr. Hood is our Richmond at E. H. P. Palmer's. along the line puts the liver out of order, Ct.l , are constantly being received: "The RED-T- he at from $15 to $10; one mule at $14. popular L. & N. agent, and is a son STORE HOUSE, occupied by College. Dr. Craig is a is bad for the kidneys bad for the stom MYGeorge M. Willging, on Main street, following quotations fairly lepre-seEory family ought to have Rev. Centre and native of Danville. Tho FROM KSTILL. of Supt. Lewis Hood, of the K. C. body poisonous mat besj. remedy for pain I have ever used is acli. It holds in the Joo R. Hicks almanac and word appointment will take effect about our market for hurley tobacco 1896 ter, and because itcannotgoanyfjlaceelse, Chamberlain's Pain Balm, aud I say so in Richmond, Ky., is for sale or Young and Old. Sim Hamilton sold to T. B. Walk- division. Miss Hubbard, is a daughgiven Jan. 1, 1S97. Apply to peoand works. Many prominent after having used it in my family for sever, of Lancaster, a good mule for ter of L. T. Hubbard, Supt. of the crop: September of next year. J. A. Sullivan. it ceU into the blood. The blood carries eral Rejoice with us $ 1.00 to 1.50 years." It cures rheumatism, lame ple have testified as to the great ac$06.50. ' Newport rolling mills, and Is prom- Trash (green or mixed Rodt. H. McCreauy. it all over the svstem. That makes slug bask, sprains and swelling. For sale by 1.50 to 2.25 Carlisle Gets Judgment. curacy of his predictions. Trash (sound) A. D. Powell sold to R. L. Hubble, inent in society circles. gishness, lassitude, bad breath and foul in the Discovery. 2 25 to 3.00 W. G. AVhite. 26 29 Hon. John G. Carlisle, Secretary of Lancaster, one mule, $G0. W. G. The following is a copy of invita Common lugs A competition examination for taste in the mouth, fills the stomach with 3.00 to 4.25 to the Normal depart- of the Treasury, was given judgment Park sold to same party one extra tions received by Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Medium lues GORil MEAL windy belching, stops difree tuition riiepersonwhodisturbed the congregagas and causes 4.25 to 5.50 Rock and other friends In this city. Good lugs ment of the State College, will be 'n the Johnson circuit court last week good mule $75. When a man has suffered for vears gestion in the stomach, causes sour stom tion last Sunday by coughing is request5.00 4.50 to with a weakness that blights his life" and tract Circuit Court. The bride's father is a gentleman Common leaf (short) hold Monday, Dec. 21, in Mrs. Super- for the possession of a ach, heartburn and headache, lou can ed to call on W. G. White and get a 5.00 to 7.00 robs him of all that really mako life Common leaf of fine timber and mineral land. The intendent Million's office. avoid all such trouble, for Dr. Pierce's boitle of Foley's Honey and Tar which OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE worth living, if he avail, Circuit Court convened Monday, widely known throughout Central Medium leaf himself of a 7.00 to 9.00 land was sold several years ago December 7th, Judge T. J. Scott Kentucky, and is the son of Jolm H. 26 29 Pleasant Pellets cure constiplation and alvfays gives relief. complete cure, why not possess the moral 9.00 to 12.00 Nutwood, tho famous stallion for Good leaf was bid in presiding. taxes and courage to stop his downward course. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., the Pearson, deceased, the wealthy and its attendant evils. and king of Highland- Stock Farm by the Hon. E. F. Howes, 'of We will seud you by mail, ACSOLl'TF!-IjAt this time of the year a cold is very stamps to Send 21 cents in efficient Clerk, had everything in noted ship builder of Boston: COLORY-T-he FttKK, in plain package, the and sire of many noted race horses, that place, who, in turn, sold it to I have started a steam corn meal Mr. and Mrs. John H. Garrison R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, tt. Y., for his easily contracted, and if left to rim its mill at Corner of Orange and from a clerical standDr. perfect order DU. HUFFMAN'S VITAL d tod Friday. His owners paid $25,000 different parties. Tho suit has been following quotations fairly repcourse without the aid of some reliable Orchard streets, near tho old burnt requests the presence or your point. J. P. Simmons, Sheriff, had "Medical Adviser."' "it is a book of 100S legal guarfor burley tobacco for him thirteen years ago. in court over two years. The land faithfully executed all of tho pro- company at tho marriage of their resent our market It cough medicine is liable to result in that mill, in Richmond. Custom grind- antee to permanentlv cure LUST pages, profusely illustrated. 189G crop: etc.. dread disease, pneumonia. We kuow ing dono. Meal, Bran, Ship-stuSEXUAL WEAK is valued at $15,000. ilr. Howes has cesses directedto him. J. F. AVagers, daughter, E. H. P. Palmer, has received appealed. NESS. VARICOCELE, SHIPS $ 1.50 to 2 00 Trash (green or mixed) forever Sicilian Hair Renew-e- r of no better remedy to cure a cough or on hand. Hall's Vegetable Hanna Eddy, the model Jailer, had in custody all some of the handsomest jewolry, NIGHT EMISSIONS and all unnatural 2.00 to 2.50 Trash fsound) unquestionably, the best preservative coll than Chamberlain's Couch Remedy. to u of tho violators of the law committed drains. Returns to former appearances At Opera House. clocks, watches, and in fact, tho 2.50 to 3.50 Common' lugs Mr. Leslie Pratt Phinney, emaciated organs. of tho hair. It is also curative of dan- Wt have used it quite extensively and & Woodford Company, to his keeping, and Stafford Jones, nicest line of holiday goods ever The Holmes 3.50 to 5.00 druff, tetter, and all scalp affections. Medium lugs No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. it Las always given entire satisfaction. the faithful janitor, had the court Thursday eve., Dec. seventeenth, shown in Richmond, and invites in the wonderful scenic melodrama' If we could not cure, we would not tend 5.00 to 6.00 fioodlug? f It Olagah, Ind. Ter. Chief. eighteen hundred and ninty-siFOR-RENTour medicine FREE to try, and pay when inspection. entitled, "Tho Smugglers," Monday room as neat a.s a parlor and every5.00 to 6.00 Common leaf (short) 1 his is the only remedy that is known at nine o'clock, Ratisiied. Write as this may not tho opera house, was tho thing went off as smoothly as a Rheumatism is caused by lactic acid in to be a certain preventive of pneumonia. 6.00 to 8.00 Common leaf St. Andrews Church, The wedding of Rev. II. G. Tur- night at appear again. Address of Up to 8.00 to 10.00 tho blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla neutra- Au ong the many thousands who have best play ever exhibited in this city. churchto meeting. cases of the time Medium leaf Louisville, Kentucky. ner and Miss Ella West, at George-tnvimportance The WARE HOUSE & COAL YARD scenery was simply grand, and going press no 10.00 to 12 25 lizes the acid and cures rheumatism. It Western Medicine Company, Good leaf used it for colds and la grippe, we have 45 Gradner st., adjoining theL. & N. Station. which was to have taken The tried. The following gen- At honfe after throughout gave entire sat- had been the play Possession riven Jan 1, '97. never yet learned of a single case having January first. Alliston, Mass. place Dec. 2, has been postponed on HC0RFOH1TED. Kalamazoo, Micli. It is often a mystry ho w a cold has been night "The Brand of tlemen compose the grand jury, viz: " Tetter, Applv to and Eczema. account of the latter being very sick isfaction. Last 24-M. F. Arbuckle, S. J. Hanson, G. The Christian Endeavor Society "caught." Tho fact is, however, that resulted in pneumonia. Persons who L. II. BLANTON. Cain" wns introduced, which was G. Prowitt, Robt. Hill, G. R. Carpen xvhich xvas entertained The intense itchine and smarting inci with scarlet fever. at the homo dent to these diseases is instantly allayed when the blood is poor and the system hae wealc lungs or have reason to fear Chancellor. tho equally as interesting. It is reported at Washington that a ter, Richard Jones, R. C. Mason, J. of Dr. and Mrs. Frazee's, last Friday by applying Chamberlain's Eye and depressed, ono becomes peculiarly liable an littack of pneumonia, should keep the The Cincinnati Enquirer and the last and best play will bo "'Rio Streets AV. COTT FOB SALS. National Conferencemay be held, with a Ballard, J. H. Kennedy, John E. night, enjoyed a most delightful Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases to diseases. AVhen the appetite or the reiredy at hand. The 25 and 50 cent Climax both one year for $1.35. The of Now York." Secure your tickets Baldwin, Amos McKinney and Jas. evening with a few features not at all have been permanently cured by it. It 26 29 sizes for sale by W.G. White. view of establishing a uniform price of Thrice-n-wec- k New York World and at once in order to get a seat. is equally efficient for itching piles and strength fails, Ayer'a Sarsaparilla should A first class milch cow; gives four wheat. 13. Prathcr. M. F. Arbuckle was apcommon to th general programme a favorite remedy for sore nipples; be taken withontdelay. It Haiifound that her little ones are im Climax $1 C5. Come in and subRevenue Receipts. gallons of milk a day. Apply to pointed foreman. of such entertainments. Tho most chapped bands, chilblains, frost bites projedmoreby the pleasant Syrup of scribe for your winter reading and - B. B. & Z. M. EOEN, revenuo receipts in The following is tho petit jury in- - amusing feature xvas that of drawing and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. When you take cold nothing comes in Fait when in need of tho laxative effect UEfJ. W. RILEY The internal lie prepared for tho long winter even27- -8 Kingston, Ky. so useful as a bottlo of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar of ajrgentle remedy than in xvhich each member xvas furnished, this, Collector Cbas. H. Hodes' dis- - complete : ings. by any other, Dr. Cadj'B Condition Powders, are Honey. Good for children, good for Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends trict, for the mouth of November, j Martin Gentry, N. B. Turpin, Jvlal xvith a book for the occasion. Among just what a horse needs when in bad andlthat it is more acceptable to them. difference? Any- were enormous, succeeding those lor eslm Lamb, S. A. Deatherage, R. C. many subjects to draw from, xvas condition. Tonic, blood purifier and everybody. A. remedy you can always Children enjoy it and it benefits them. Dissolution Notice- Wright's Celerv Capsules. "Wear's" the Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To They are not food but rely upon to cure a cough, an attact of body can tell you that it's pudding the same month last year by over Mason, AV. H. AVest. AAr A. Perkins. "Parson Smith laughing," "Bryan vermifuge. TluHrue remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manu a medicine Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: after they have eaten it. Just so $111,000, and, as the increase was R. H. Jones, J. AV. Shearer, J. T. after the election," "a grasshopper," horse in and the best in use to put 25 croup or other bronchial trouble. Get a factured by the California Fig Syrup prime condition. Price The firm of L. P. Todd & Co., doing a Gents I havo purchased a box of botllo with our suits and others. Anybody mainly on whiskey, by far the larg- - Hamilfon,Ar. R.Haden, Ki AVoosley, "a laughing'baby," "girl in a ham- 5ent3 .per package. It Company only. Sold by W. G. White. dry goods business in Richmond, and Wright's Celery Capsalca. from G. "L. can tell you alter wearing which Is est Item, it gives an idea of tho great j AV. G. Mooro, D. A. McCord, J. P mock" and many others. The book AVer's Pills, being composed of the es26 29 aNTJSI) faithJui. men on "vv compawd of J. P. Todd and Mrs. Lee Middelton. druggist, and used them AVm. "Arnold, Ed. Cornell givxverepassed around and each fane made and finished best, but few can revival in that branch of trade. Denham, W men to travel for responsible es- sential virtues of the best vegetable aperifor C. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich.v Maupin, has. this day been dissolved bv Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Coesti-patitell by just looking. Look at our $10 Tho total collection were $182,862.54, son, S. P.Ross,John W. Parrish, A. W en time to drawvhatcYer subject was tablished house in Kentucky. Salary ent without any of the woody or fibrous Dr. and found that they gave m as follow: Lists, $850.79; ,McMurray, Joo Portwood, J. Wade-beer- alloted to that book. Some of the J78D and expenses. 'Position perma- material whatever, te the reason why they BHJ1 'Thave used Foley's Honny and mutuaUconsent, Mrs. 3Ianpm retiring suits and then look at others. Peracccimts are due IMpBJc it an relief every Haw. $160,635.78; Walker, D. AV. Black, M. W. Miller, drawings xvero very joocjj, while" nent. Reference. JSncloso haps you can't see the difference, but 545,75; spirits, Tat Un three very. severe caiea of pnen- - All Totkl rwhb'afiwawg and payable fo E. envelope.; The are bo in neb more effective. Had valmibte md P. all Hbilii. exceUeat remedy. like the pudding, you'll find it. Cov- cigars, $21; tobacco, $471.72; specials, 3ilton Yatcsr Col. J. JJ. Stouffer, othors'you would lake for-- most any- National, stamped Insurance Bldgv, thai! any other eatbatic..TIie.-bW BBonltvwith goed results. Ma.the Star L.;Pjroo. Noland.i ington & Mitchell. thing than what, they were ictendeS; "Chicago j Twyuian 4 tiyW'&lme.'r - y Yuen very l"Tt 4377.G0. 36.29 J ,,.; t- MjbbJlw MAWFiy., f5--""My, paysic;.,: rtf, eo, W. Ritay, Frce-Ior-A- THE CLIMAX. Joe Dejarnett, coloredtvho was sentenced to theXicholasville workhouse last Friday for stealing turkeys, made his escape Monday in open daylight. Dejarnettc is a Madison county negro and is a bad character. Tin-afo- Fight al Kirksville. jJpERSONALSlJl friliilaJBFiBrrtlJBfr THE ro UK BfraHlraBrrlJsuBifailiTrasi mMflmimlfMisi I I DENTED SUCCESS - jllf BTJS"ST BEE CASH STOBB DF G0MMERGE to-nig- ht Gladness Comes IIi-ll- ip THE RAILS HOT -- e to-nig- - lap -- 1 ( ' WE ZHJXTIE) 1 TTTST BT7"EXD in-hi- s al dfpflllP Cloiiig. loots s Shoes, riD well-informe- d 25-ce- nt well-to-d- CARPETS TXEtrr a-ooiDS-.A.i- M - fai lotB Mm fbfe In lilfeilj a y m JP8&" I AVed-ne.sda- y. JgpVs i WAY BELOW MANUFACTURERS PRICES. f 1 Lal-lan- i co, fill v km i M: h Tb. r- List of Letters. m - w 11 rm.-u-k- par-enstn- W.D. OLDHAM & CO ajlajij jiiD s iiaraiBhafsiiTEriiJBfrlirJB p Rheu-inf.tis! .: 1 1 - to-.- ;a ... fGsiSiS J rrj-larinjA- -- tpll-l- . .... ... ...... h - JsifsEy ' Rack-straw- fKMWii , s-- or m 'it. . s ood's ill - , J I d 700-pou- it Kn"-h-- d, r. to-da- y. cunn WEAIK BffEBL The-ologic- ial U FREE! Kcn-tucki- an nt 25-2- 9. 200-nc- re BYTHE - one-ce- nt Y 31AN-IIOO- I), ff SKLF-ABIIS- White-Bu- sh J.W. Rymel. thc-publ- ic x, to-da-y, n, Salt-Rheu- ni 23 To-nig- ht 24-2- 9 J to-da-y. on dix-ide- d MiUic-nrSidne- - -- 1 jl- - ,1- - '" r-- t. .'-v- j - "' - '& "" . 1L. tjr v.- -' s ; $ &L ?v -- y,- - i j., s"', .?'p ft Ml LlSp"' v pt 1 - - - - ,z " ? - - " . , f piyp e-v pn rl KjtJi !WJ,, a JS'JIMBIIPIPtiT NEWS. at Ui !!S!QkW -- n'Af ;-- ,11 " . . , . 1 ! ii .. -- KENTUCKY The Latest Knr From All Farts Commonwealth. MORE RAIDS. Toll Omtrs In Mrrcer Conntj Chopped Down by a Mob, and Collectors Notified Not to Collect Any More Tolls. Harrodsburg, Ky., Dec 7. A mob I? I rr - of between forty and sixty men armed with shot pans and axes rode through Mercer Saturday night and chopped down six toll gates. The gate keepers were warned not to repair the gates, or collect any more toll under penalty of being burned out. The mob passed through this city at 2 o'clock Sunday morning en route-- from Mackville for Harrodsburg and they destroyed every gate in the line of march. At Salt river, one mile from here, Dave Barnett, a gate keeper, was made to chop down his own gate and he was told to notify the turnpike directors that if the gate was repaired and money collected, the raiders would not only burn the toll house but the property of the board of directors. These gentlemen have ordered the gates repaired and toll will be collected 1y an armed guard if necessary. The same warning was given at some of the other gates. Over 300 toll gates have been burned or chopped down since the turnpike war begun in Washington county three months ago, and as yet No only five arrests have been made. convictions resulted from these. The gates destroyed represent 1.500 miles of turnpike and valued at 4,000,000, and the state and county authorities have furnished no protection whatpri-Ta- te SOLD CHEAP. Only llroncht 61S at thl IVoodard & Shinklin Sale. Lexingtox, Ky., Dec 2. The prices received for thoroughbreds Tuesday were not so good as on Monday. Woodard & Shanklin disposed of 8S The head for a total of SC.200. sale of the yearlings was completed, and the horses in training were also all sold. There were 140 head of the yearlings, and $15,015 was realized for them, an average of SU3 per head. The horses in training, 33 head, brought.only $3,003, an average of 92 per head. Ben Naiad brought 813, Topsy JRnconc SJ5, Elsie D. IL S25, Old Nassau 520, Dead Heart 30, Nell Flaherty S10, Little Albert Si5, Pirate Prince SSO, and others familiar to raccjjoers went for similar sums. Jim Murphy paid the tip price, SS00, for Beau Ideal II , Will Wallace coming next with S400 for a chestnut yearling colt by Imp. Whistle Jacket, out of Ten Ban. Wednesday the mares and stallions will bo sold, including the matrons and leading sires fromt, number of noted establishments. DETECTIVES lien N.lnd Are At TirIMi.bur;j Kndcavorlnjj to Thorite Urn Anilicr of the Killing of Daisy Ky., Dec 2. Several detectives are at Uriensburg, Marshall county, after the S300 reward offered by the fiscal court for the arrest of the The murderer of Daisy' Sullivan. opinion of the detectives is that the young lady was killed "by neither her own father, who was suspected of it, nor Noah Franklin, the young man arrested and acquitted of the crime at the examining trial, but by a paid assassin. Detective W. A. Wickliffe, of this city, says an arrest will be made this week. Tin re JIhj- ilea Contest. Ky., Dec 2. R. Lee rnANEFORT, Suter, one of the attorneys for the sil- KENTUCKY TRAGEDY. Two Enimlrs Rnshinand Shoot Down f Defenseless Postmaster. Glasgow, Ky., Dec 3. H. K. Sta- Ladies Who Suffer r Board of Ch.ircia Safety. From any eoroptalnt peculiar to Palrj-fu- l. Profuse, Louisville, Ky., Dec 4. Louisville ples, postmaster and railroad statior their sex such as Suppressed or Irregular Men- municipal war broke out afresh when agent at Oil Citj, in this county, wai tho board of aldermen preferred iuv shot and perhaps fatally wounded struation, are soon restored to peachment charges against the board about noon Wednesday while alone ir health by f o public safety. A trial will be entered his office engaged in putting up mail into as soon as legal requirements are MUNICIPAL WAR. Aldermen Prefer Impeachment vm---v-.v Against Iba Board of l'obllc FREE B US 1 ? IS Qhinmniv ! $ 1 !illlu. Paducaii, ever. Insurance War Expected. LESihQTON', Ky., Dec 7. Lexington has at last been rerated by the fire insurance men. The rerating of this city caused a great insurance war a year ago, and trouble is again expected, as the non-boa- 1. nod X. Toll Urldce. Frankfort, Ky., Dl-- c 3. The toll-gat- e raiders of this county, after twe weeks of silence, served notice Wednesday that they were preparing to go after-larggame. 1 he Louisville and Nashville bridge in this city is a toll bridge, and the brijgekeeper Wednesday got notice from the raiders telling him that unless he discontinued the collection of tolls dynamite would be used to compel him to desist. The keeper notified Agent Hite. of the L. A 2 , who notified the division superiner g an3-thin- men BradfieM's Female Regulator. for train. Arthur Cramp and Raymond Jackson, it is said, rushed in on him and com It Is a combination of remedial menccd 'shooting at him. Crump, whe agents which have been used with is Staple's brother-in-lausing the greatest success for njore than double-barrshotgun. But for the 25 years, and Known to act specitimely arrival of the railrsad bridge master Staples would have been killed. fically with and'on tbe organs of Menstruation, and The wounded man was carried to hit recomroended for home, and when the train arrived th office was found locked up and desuch complalQts serted. A note was handed Conductoi only, it never falls Crigler by a man on the platform slatto give relief and ing that the station agent had been restore the health shot and t.iken bom;. No further of the suffering particulars or the cause of the shooting woman. It should could be learned. Crump and Jackson ran off nftct be taKen by the the shooting, and have not yet been argirl Just budding rested. into womanhood THE RAIDERS wher) Menstruation is Scant, SupSend VTcrd That Th y Will Dynamite th the Glasgow Two el with. The charges are many and cover abont the same ground as the previous charges upon which the board was removed nut reinstated by court order, tho matter being carried to the court of apptals. This action may cause fresh complications. The object of the impeachment is to get control of the patronage of tbe city department?. The board ol safety is democratic, the mayor is republican, the aldermen are divided, seven A. P. A. republican and five straight republican. complied A BATTLE r Bti I . I y $SL . ii j AN ELEGANT BUTTON FSEE IBS with each package of i P bdUoS i Between the Jlorjin anl IIrri.on Families In L tcher Cou.ity Two Bead and Two By In r. 4. MiDDLRSBono, Ky.. Meagre details have reached here of a battle in D--- pressed, Irregular cr Pal o f ul, and all delicate wonjen should use it, as its tonic properties have a wonderful influence in toning up and strengthening the systern by driving through the proper channels all impurities. m tendent. 'Ihe road has taken all nco precautions, und if the raiders they will meet with attempt a w arm reception. Didn't e "A daughter of ono of my customers missed menstruation from exposure and cold, and on arriving t puberty bcr health was completely years of wrecked, until Bho was twonty-fou- r ago, wbca upon my recommendation, sho iieod ono botUo ofJ3raduoIds Tomato Regulator, completely rostorinc her to bcalth." J. W. Helmuts, Water Valley, Miss. The Dhaoncld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ca. cold by all druggists at si per bottle. 25-- 24 :? companies will probably again tnke up the fight. Gen. John B. of Louisville, and other general agents from Cincinnati and Knox-villTenn., were in secret session here discussing the matter. Cas-tlema- n, e, i: I 1 X 11 Walton, Ky.. Dee 8. Plum Norman, son of a wealthy citizen, and ver democrats in their talkcd-o- f contest of the McKinley electors, was here Dora, his wi e, w ere arraigned before Tuesday. He says the notice will be Judge liotts on a warrant sworn out filed early next week. It is stated by S. G. Tomlin, charging them with from nn authoritative source that the selling mortgaged chattel property. committee has had poor success at Ttiey were held in the sum of S100 for raising funds to pay expenses of the arpearance at the next term of circuit The Teachers to lie l'ald. content, and this, if no other reason, it court. The evidence indicated that Fbaxkfort, Ky, Dec 7. The school is believed, will finally be a barrier the couple didn't realize the gravity ol teachers of the state are to be paid ev- and cause the matter to end in talk. their alleged offense ery cent due them, and, under the lav, The fee of Messrs. Suter, Black and Ordered Sold. considerable pay, before the Christmas Judge Tarvin is to be Sl,200, and less Xrhltre Curapmy's 1'rtip-rt- y Louisville. Ky., Dec 3. United holidays. The state superintendent d of this has been guarthan States Judge Barr Wednesday morning and treasurer announce that next anteed. ordered Jthe sale of the property of the week they will send out the checks for rJml.d II Ki.stvncc Kentucky &. Indiana Bridge Co. for the over 40 per cent, more of the fund this of the- - holders of 33,000,000 Louisville, Ky., Die 2. Hugh T. year, which will make SJ percent, in orth of bonds. The property consists all paid up to that time The remain- Cos;rove, a manufacturer of refrigerh will be due some time in ators, committed suicide at S o'clock o a bridge across the Ohio terminals, ing Tuesday morning by shooting himself the New Albany belt road nnd the January. New Albany street-ca- r system. The through the brain. The act was comIs Relieved lie Was Poisoned. It mitted as he knelt and just after he B & O. Southwestern and the Monon Lexington, Ky., Dec 7. The re111 mains of James II. Montague, who had offered a prayer for the repose of tt probably be the purchasers. died suddenly at Wood Lake. Ky., last his soul. The general belief among his Fayette'B Shrrill S it re. friends is that his mind became unbalMonday, will be exhumed at GeorgeLexixotox, Ky., Dec 3. Sheriff Ed anced by business reverses. Mr. town Monday. Montague's brothers of Fayette county, closed his was dead when reached. He believe that he was poisoned that the t?x collections for the year luesday. 10,000 for hich his life was insured was still on his knees, and remained in lie left for Frankfort Wednesday and could be secured. They intimate that that position till the arrival of the cor- si ttled with the auditor, taking with a relative and a boarder are under sus- oner. He was 53 vears old. 000 which him a check for abont picion. An examination of the dead vi ill discharge his obligations in fulL The Mate Klrctnrtl Lollejr-- . man's stomach w ill be made rrAKFOHT, Kv., Dec 2. Some of Wltntss Murdered. I'rison Chair Fa tory. the presidential eleetors-"lec- t for Natchez, Miss., Dec 3. Tom Fraxkfoht, Ky., Dec 7. The comarc evidently labori-iunder the while en route home a few miles missioners of the penitentiary are evi- mistaken impression ih it :he electors dently well pleased with the contract meet here on Wednesdty :' i.hn week. from here, was shot and killed. Mori-itj was a witness in belialf of a man for the output of the chair factory. An investigation f the fc .ral and The factory, they say, is running all sta'e statutes on this sub.ect shows named Shea, tried on the charge of the time at full blast and on a better that the two now conform, and th.it t murdering a Negro and acquitted. paying basis than ever before. Mr. there is no doubt about too Mcuud The Negroes were enraged at the verA. D. Martin, the contractor, has just Monday in January bemf th-- proper dict and some threatened vengeance paid in S23.000 for chairs, the biggest day for tne meeting of llie s'ate More bloodshed is expected. sum of cash ever received in one lump electoral college Cistle. Fire in Illenhi-ifrom the chair factory. London, Dec 3. The Globe pub-l- i Dying Coniict l'nrrio iu!. Lory ill Die. .lies a special dispatch from WoodBrATTWiLi.i:, Ky.. Dee 2. Grant Lexington, Ky., Dec. 7. William WedGodfrey, colored, is dj ing from wounds stock saying that a fire occurred Payne, a Negro, went to the home of nesday a ternoon in the grand saloon rece.vcd from a pistol shot from the of Blenheim palace, the residence of SunLucy Itobinson, hi;, day morning and asked if his wife was hands of Town Marshal C. A. Jones the duke and duchess of Marlboro. Sunday evening. there Lucy said she was not, where- years ago, was sentGodfrey, about two Tbe extent of the damage is not to the penitentiary gun and fired upon William drew a known. twice One ball entered Lucy's breast for life from this county ior killing a Humored Defeat of AVeyler. colored and was parimmediate- above the heart while the New Yokk, Dee 3. The Evening other took a finger off the left hand. doned by Gov. Bradley lci.s than six Telegram has an extra out that Wcyler months ago. William skipped out. Lucy will die has been de eated and that there is exIVcntlar and Itl tful Accident. T.oel Option IVlus. citement at Washington. STA.NFORD, Ky , D.JC. 2. W. II. IIarrodsbcro, Ky , Dec 7. Local Coughed to Death. option carried by a majority of 700. Wearcn met with a peculiar accident IIopkinsvii.i.e, Ky., Dec. & A seven-- j Harrodsburg gave C3 for local option, Tuesday morning. He leaped from d son of E B. Warden, residing and every other precinct heard from his barn loft when his ring caught on gives a majority for total abstinence a nail, stripping the llsh Jrom his near Antioch, in this county, strangled A ci ntinuous prayer service was held finger and leaving the bone clean. His to death during a spell of coughing. here from 7 o'clock a. m. until the polls entire weight was held by the single Xew Kvntnrky 1'oMmnnter. closed at 4. The same programme was finger. Washington, Dec 5. -- W. F. Higgin-bothacarried out in other precin'cts. Grnan's Trial I'c s'poncl. was appointed postmaster at X v I) !ly for LoalsvIUe. Frankfort, Ky., Dec 2 Alex. Forest Cottage, Clinton county, Ky., who hot and killed John Rilej-iDec 7. The silver Louisville, Friday. democrats who have decided to start a this county on Thanksgiving day, was Itncnue Itecpipts. daily and weekly newspaper in Louis- arraigned in the county court here, Danville, Ky., Dee 5. Revenue reville have issued a prospectus and call but his examining trial was continued ceipts for November aggregate for subscriptions to the capital stock till Friday. a heavy increase over last year. 15. A. of SIOO.000. Choked to Death In School. A 1'rtstor Keslrus- of Tennessee, present editor of the Carntow.v, Ky., Dec 2 Miss Nellie Uichjionu, Kj, Dec 5. Eev. W. F. Sun, will be the editor in Boggess, a young Nashville empastor of the Christian church, chief. ployed at Fisher's district, a few miles Smith, has resigned. this city, Kesnme. north, choked to death iu school in the AfiiiLAM), Ky., Dec 7. The plate-milpresence of pupils. She v.as buried KurCK I'lllago nnd Macrr. of the Norton iron works have Tuesday. London, Dec 5. A .Constantinople resumed operations and 'will be folXo l h sUy Indictments. dispatch to the Daily Mail says that lowed in a few days by the nail mills. West Lireutv, Ky., Dec 2. Circuit under the pretext of revenging an old Twenty puddling furnaces may resume 10.000 Kurds raided the if agreement can be reached as to the court adjourned here, the grand jury grievance, of Mamouret-Ul-Azireturning 30 indictments. where matter of wages, the company wanting time in many yeara there For the first province was no in- ihey burned and pillaged the villages to make a slight reduction. dictment for the illicit selling of and massacred the inhabitants. whisky. Henry VTatterson at Home. The town of Brecden, Mingo county, Ilenry Host c and McFjrlmxl Sold. LonsviLLE, Ky., Dec 7. suffered a Watterson returned to the city SunLouisville, Ky., Dec 2. The Louis- house was destructive fire But one left. This belonged to day night after an absence of eight ville Baseball club Tuesday disposed 'Gene Chapman, merchant. The town months in Europe Sunday night a of Shortstop Eustace and Rightfielder was literaily wiped off the earth. dinner was given in his honor at the Mcrarland to the Indianapolis club. The consideration is said to have been K ntneky's Schnol Ccoatn. l'endennis club. 800. Fuaxkfokt, Ky., Dee 5. SuperinShot TTbile Hunting. tendent of Public Instruction DavidGlasgow, Ky., Dec 7. Geo. Jewell, We Cattle isblpme.it. Richmond, Ky., Dec 2. J. W. Bales, son is having prepared a blank form son of John Jewell, a wealthy farmer w ho lives near Pageville, in this counof this city, has bought and shipped by which to take the common school ty, accidentally shot himself while this week from Boyle, Garrard and census of the state This form proMadison counties 1,137 export cattle, vides for taking the census by school hunting Saturday and died Snnday. districts. paying from 4 to 4K cents. The Sale of a Iliilwjy. Miles Pennington, an old railway Louisville, Ky., Dec 7. A decree Child Horned to Drath. gene-a- l managof sale of the Owensboro, Falls of Ky., Dee 2. Ihe man who wis tbe tir.st Cerulean er of the Gran I iiti.i r.i. w: y. is dead Rough fc Green River railroad was endaughter of Henry Guthe u... ti years of tered in the United States district rie was burned to death at her home at Toronto, Oi- court Saturday. here, her clothing having caught fire age at an open stove. A freight wreck occurred on the THE MARKETS. Norfolk and Western, at Wayne, in In the next two years 100,000 freight which 13 car were demolished. Ore cars will be built for the railroads of ClKCISNATI, DeO. 5. br keman was injured. All traffic was the United States, and car builders Ftoun Winter patent. t4.75Q4.8i; do fancy, I4.t04.45; do family, U 7334.00; extra. 12.7& think that works will soon ba running 2.9i: low erodes. II 5)i 75: spring pUeat, 81.M steadily at llu.r full capacity. 4.90; do fancy. ?3 834.2j: do family, 63.60a rd Their OTense. Letcher county between tho Morgan family, strong supporter of Congressman D. G. Coleson, and the Harrison family, advocates of John D. White, in the tecent W illium congressional election. Morgan and his three sons, Thomas, Caleb and John were going to the mill when they met William Harrison and his sons, Jim and Henry. The family have been at outs since the election nnd after a few words guns were drawn. Old man Morgan fell dead at the first fire, and when the fight was over Jim and Henry Harrison also lay dead and Tom and Caleb Morgan wero dying. THROAT SORE. Gov. Bradley to Bo- - Treated by Cincinnati Doctors. FnANKFOKT, Ky., Dec 4. Gov. Brad- H'jglf fcj j (T- - !a OvVt5-- '' AVV1 v2v X:A I I SWEET CAP0RAL Jf Y 7 iRECniVliD (O ( AVe In v s e) ) a,:(1 ( Trices will suit you. Jaclets n" designed in tle latest special stress upon the quality of Ct,.. la-u- .i n. (I 1TOTIO JSTS. Tins lc. needhs lr, brass pins Ce, 13 marWes lc. Garter ribbon, cotton and bilfc, 5, S, U, and lie a ywl, all .! T'liMir nil doth 20c a ard. Roy's suspenders oc- Farmers' heavy braces 12 aad 3ft suspendeis S to ."JOc. Mibtes and ladies niits. a large assortment, 10c up, all hmU tlark.s Mice w bile framed mirrors 10c. Mirrors PxI2 20c. 4 cents a spool. r- 1 fmk 9J ( A RINGER one-thir- i one-fift- Plays rfnb "With I.oulevllle anil Covington Pool Rooms They Itefuaed to Pay, Louisville, Ky., Dec 5. As a result of the ringer Hcrnani at Iron Hill Friday the local pool room for a time stood to loose $4,000 and the Covington rooms 5,000 as the result of a heavy play made by a squad of strangers whe came to Kentucky for that purpose. The pool rooms refused to pay, as the judges at the track claimed the horse is a ringer. 1 ho horse is said to be Wang, but for some time has been running on various tracks under the name of Hernani. The odds on the horse opened at six to one, but the offers ol bets were so heavy that the odds went down to even money at one house and six to 5 at another. ley left Thursday for Cincinnati for the purpose of having his throat He will have several treated. npecialists consult about the disease, and if he gets no satisfaction will go on to Philadelphia to see there It is intimated by those nearest the governor that he will visit Canton while away from Frankfort, aod will do so upon a direct invitation from Maj. McKinley, which was delivered by Secretary of State Sam Taylor last week. Whether the conference between the two men will relate to the senatorial situation or a possible cabinet position for Kentucky's governor is not known. KENTUCKY'S NEEDP-Th CIOTernor Urged to Call an Extra S8- spe-ialis- 8 ) CIGARE AN OPPORTUNITY K3 La kMV' 0) S) O) ts TO MAKE A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS ;n$?&gmji?ir MAGNETIC WITHOUT COST. f& NERVINE II CARLISLE'S WINDFALL. The Secretary Wlim an Old Sntt That la Cos-gro- Kc--tuc- "y g Mori-arit- y. a. recent term of the Johnson county circuit court, Secretary of the Treasury John G. Carlisle was given judgment for the possession of a tract of fine timber and mineral land situated in this county. The land was sold several years ago at a sheriff's sale for taxes and was bid in by Hon. E. F. Hones, who in turn sold it. The suit has been pending for ten years. The land is valued at S15,000- - An appeal will be taken by Mr. nowes. 300-acre Paintsville, Worth 815,000 to lllm. Ky., Dec 5. At the put into his call for an extra session of things Frankfokt, Ky., Dec Gov. Rlunof tlio L,cltitarc 4. Bradley is being urged to Among the isPS3pSgVs. DcFUSE Easily, Quickly. Permansni! Resiorcd. Jt?t.,vlta1l! "?JV?lA rirTcR &vnna Debility. Insomnli, Watlni li teases and all Weaknesses rcmltlnc eiceftcs. St'nVe S'iSS Tallin Jlcniory. ana Rri fmrecrot r.r i.t- GfpriM. l RAIDERS RIDE. A Tollgate j the Kentucky legislature, which will likely meet early in the new year, are financial legislation to provide for a deficit of Si.OOO.COO, a board of managers for the state prisons, the forming of a branch to assist the court of appeals, changes in the election law, and the reapportionment of the state into legislative districts. This last has been long demanded by the republicans, who claim that the state has been gerrymandered by the democrats. The only hope to redistrict the state is through the aid of the gold democratic senators. S.iarp ry Will Itetlcn. dt fcox.Gfor$5. Tne Hast Aleaiclco $1 Mailed to anraddress on siir.n. SSold by W. G. "White, Druggest, Richmond, Ky. THE WILL LOUISVILLE, so a. ooo SZ1T-- , a Modern Palace- wicks 5c a dozen. Thimbles lc. Ilelt pins :V in. Ask to see our line of ladies' and gents belts Hte up We have the nicet-- t stock of skle combs ever seea ia &i luron See our 5 and 10c combs other Iioiiseget 15 aad 30e. Ruggv wijips 10c up. Combs 3 to 20e- Tactile soap S and 3e per cake. Tar soap 5. Turkish bath soap Cc GlyriHe Goat c I;t 7c (box o c:ike) 20c milk Rahv hair brulies (white) ISc. Miirt buttons (12 dozen on card) Sea card. beaming braid 5c. Tape lc. Slate pencils 2c a dozen. Lead pencils Shoe blacking, 10c box for 5c. Machine oil (large Iwttle) 5'. Hairbrushes 10. 13 and 2oc- - Tooth brushes 5 to 22lr, 20c. Shoe luces oc a doaea. (tilt edge ihoe dre-ii.i Knitting silk 13c, 2 for 25c, all colors. Embrotder e3k, skeins 7c Rjie and fiio silk 3c skein or 30e dozea. Cologne 3 to 30c. Danmig cotton lc Spool silR (1OT ar''-- 3 ppooN thread 10c. Knitting needles 2c set. Hair pias 1, 2, 3 . box. Lunch boxe 15 and 20c. DolN 3c Cb.air bottoms oc, all sizes. Brass bead tacks 5c box. Ffcu lines lc eoclt; books 2 .1 Pepper and salt boxes 3 and 10c. Rutterflveil catch 10c- - Veiling 5, S, 10. 13, 15, aad 2"x 23c. Belts Mens' and ladies' haukeruhiefs 3 to 23c. Kid cartel 5. ' Pocket books 3 to Soc each. 12 dozen buttons 3c. Pearl buttons oc. Sleeve holder" ' Mourning pins 2c box. Hooks and ejes lc card. Automatic p i: ton, no needle required, 10c box. Safety pins 2 and 3c snl. 1' i lnnp lc (9 & 9) ) ng pr 0) v O Q) i i (wa.-babl- e) O) -- t C i 25c cocoon- - Has Recently Been Converted Into sihtcr-in-la- school-teache- r, car-ol- m Gru-gan K, n, S182,-b52.5- 4, En-lo- e, school-teache- r, 1'lntc-MU- U ls z, Threi-War-O- irt three-year-o- ld - 1 I rlocsn't lie. It is not a flatterer. Its story is plainly told, and cannot b e contradicted. blood is poor and whose whole system is run down kby stckneis and The ciirroi Women uhose Thorne law. Whisky men who favor the law say they will havo members of track. 16Jfc No. 3, track, at Rte Sales: the firm indicted. northwestern, track, at 4SoArs-nlc- & Co. Wednesday started up their big distillery at Athertonville for 2ic Oats Sales: Rejected mixed, track, at 17cs the purpose of making a test of the No 3 white, track. 20o; rejected mixed, poo 36c: No. To T'st the Tlinrne Lair. Louisville, Ky., Dae 3. J. M. Ath-erto- n at SSe, whtlo Ii quotable at aJQOJe. Cona bales: No : mixed, track, at 22 He; No. 2 mixed to arrite, at !Hc; yellow ear at No. 3 3.80; rye. Ii.6032.75 per brL "Wheat No. 2 red, nominal, I ' 1 i - '& afraid and asham ed to look in the glass. The condition of all the body is written in the face. Thousands of women are dragging out a weary, miserable existence, because they do not fully realize what is the matter with them. They know that they have "female weakness" but they do net really appreciate what that means. Tney do not know that to this one trouble is traceable almost all of their bodily ills. They consider it a disease by kself, and if they have also neuralgia, nervous headaches, biliousness, kidney troubles and other things, they see no connection between tLem and the derangements of a strictly feminine nature. Busy and overworked physicians often treat these things as separate ailments, when the whole trouble has "the one source. The reproductive organs are so important a part of the body that when they arr out of order, the whole system is deranged. Whatever illness a woman has, 6he will do well to look there for the cause. A great many women knowingly neg. lect themselves, because they dread the telling of their troubles to a physician and the subsequent examination and "local treatment," All this is needless for Dr. rierce's Favorite Prescription has been found to perfectly and permanently restore lost strength and promote regn-Jant- y of functional action. Twenty-os- e ojfits sent to World' IWasary Medical Association, 2o. 6 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. will faing a iooo page book, called "The People's Medkal Adviser" full of sound weakness. are Paducah, A son of Dec Isaac Stinfield. a farmer of Graves mon and roughs, (.5033,05. Cattlr Fair to good shippers'. 8S.60tt43: county, died Tuesday night and two extra. tllO. other members of his family are dan- 4.25; fair to good to choice butchers'. fS.83 medium butchers', H 25(31 76; gerously ill from arsenical poisoning. common, 12.25Q2.75. Sbkxp akd LAMBSSbeep There has been no clew to the perpeExtras. 83.25: good to choice, 8125(33.15; common to trator of the deed. fair. t2.0O32.6V Lambs Extras, Ky., 3. t4.tt-34.40- Poisoning. Hogs Select shippers', t3.S52&0; select butchers', S3.SO&8.3S; fair to good packers, ta 1033.20; fair to good light, a803S.4S. com- : of appeals Wednesday morning affirmed the decision of the Laurel circuit court giving Jessie Huff three years in the pen for an assault on Dena Eobertson. Frankfort, Decision Held tinud. Ky., Dec 3. The court widely known physician in western Kentucky, died from paralysis, ne was once a West Point cadet. Iogfc In the Cumberland. Williamsburg, Ky., Djc 3. The recent rains h3ve caused a tide in the Cnmberlsnd river and about logs ha'v e been run out. ten-foot Famous I'hys'clan Kxplns. Owensboro, Ky.. Dec 3. Dr. Gus-tavB. Tyler, aged 70, the most us good to choice, (3.73(34.15; common to fair, 3.003.65. Veai. Calves 255Jo lower. Fair to good light, choice, 5 00; common and large, t 5034.00. "Woory Unwashed, fine merino, 9310a per lb: quarter-bloo-d clothing, 1431 Ic: medium delaine and clothing. 1214c: braid, 11312c: medium combing, 13;14Kc. Washed: Flno merino, X to XX, 13c: medium clothla?. 143 16c: delaine fleece. 14316a: long combing, 153 16c: quarter-bloo-d and low, 13&llo, comaoa coarse. 1131.1c: choloa, 17318c; average, 18317c. New Yonic. Dec 5. Wheat No. 2 red December. 68K38SXcj March 90H3OKet May. 87K337ic, Coas No.2,293292ie; Eecember.'39He;May, d. tub-wash- 32032 10,-0- 00 Ky., Dec S. Sheriff Kay.2S!i(326-cO'Donncll left for Frankfort with a Oats December, 18'c b; January, 18Joj check for Auditor Stone for taxes May,21?i21Kc. TOLzno, O., Dee. 5. amounting to $77,000. Wheat No. 2 red. cash aad December, Flap Presentei to a School. May, S7c: No, 3 red. cash. SDKc BJc: Rio ' J:-- ., D 3 The O. U. A. Cork No. 2 mixed, cash. 21 Jc: May, 28fc, Oais Sa 2 mixed, cash. iBtfo. M. preixsu.vJ. the seaool with an AmerIxstANAPOus. led., Deo. 5. I ican flag. Covington, Hie Check From Covington. Chicago, Dee, 5. "Wheat December, 7Hc: Janu&ry, 7Be; May. S2iQ82Ja Conx December, 2Sj; January, 23H323e; . May, 250 b. Oats Western. 2233M: Deccmbor,23Kca: Washisotos, Dec 3. A post office has been established at Blaze, Morgan lights, r&363.44 Sheip Few aei or county, Ky., aad Asbury Dpnohew nrl TnirVnt Traelr ap-pei- at. 2fow Kentucky Post Office. Market quiet ond unchanged. Boos Good to choice medium aad heavy, 16.893.36; Klred, te.9e&3.S), good to choice Cattle postaugfer.. a 7jI . , lab ' , fcre to-d- cy , 1 '.ai 11 S Sharpley, clerk of the female department at the penitentiary, and adjutant Fhankfoht, Ky., Dec 5. Raiders of the Second regiment, has been the burned a tollhouse on the Owenton principal in an official investigation pike, occupied by former County Su- which tho sinking fund commissioners perintendent of Schools Thomas conducted in secret. The investigaHunter. tion has been closed, and, while no Hunter was aroused by a volley ol report has been or will be made, it shots after his house had been fired. is understood Maj. Sharpley will He escaped uninjured. Ho is a man. The turnpike stockM nnilm lluw tlm rrliwinrr I'trapnd. holders failed to put in an appearance NlCH()l.AbVll.i.K, Ky., Dec. 1. Keeper at a meeting to have been held Friday, Dick Hager tuinks there are ghosts in but a force of many detectives has the workhouse. Monday morning he been sent after the raiders. locked an alleged chicken thief, Ilenry Dojarnctte, in his cell and then locked Kmton Sile if Thcironghbrodv Lexington, Ky., Dee 5. The Easton the outside door. At noon, when Hasale of thoroughbreds was continued ger went to feed his prisoners, both Friday. The following animals doors were locked secur ly, but was gone. The cell was brought the best prices: Ortawin, br. m. 8, by Onondago, dam Annette, L. intact, and there wm not a trace or O. Applegate, New Jersey, S3.003; how the prisoner had escaped. It is Spinaway, eh. m. 18, by Imp Leaming- really a mystery, as no possible avenue ton, dam Megara, C. Cowdcn, New by which he left can be found. Tho Tnllcatet Jlmt (In. York, 53,500. Spinaway is the dam of Vaxcehl'RO, Ky., Dec. 1. The raid Hnndspun and Lazzarone. which was to have been made on Many horses were sold and the prinlast Saturday faied to take cipal purchasers were J. 11. who paid S12.020 for 15 horses. 'Ihe place. 'Ihe unfavorable condition of highest price was 3,003 for Reclare, a the weather caused the leaders of the black mare 0 yenrs old by Reform, dam movement to postpone any action. The Clara. Haggin paid for a filly by card published by Judge Ihomas, appealing to the people not to disgrace imp. Candlemas, dam Paradox. the county had its effect, it is said. Want Tate l'anloned. There is no doubt that the gates will Frankfokt, Ky., Dee 5. There is be finally chopped down if they are good reason to believe that Kentucky's not legally removed. absconding treasurer, James W. Tate, Mllllnnnlr JIrrmnn DMad. who is now supposed to be in Japan, il Asui.and, Ky., Dec- - 1. Dispatches alive, may be pardoned and allowed to from the return home to die. A petition signed death KewYo.k announce of II.sudden Herrby over 1,100 people, mostly ladies, was mann, from hent trouble who has more than SI, 000,000 in"Worthington by presented Acting-Goin w, planing nnd dimension a committee of ladies late Friday aft- vested mills in this city and lleattyville, Ky. ernoon in the same quiet way in which Tne local plant, employing about sevethe petition was got up. nty-five men, has been closed down, an I the effect of his death as regards Kentucky Vlllnc;i Iturnrtl. Ky., Dee 5. The it villi be watched with interest. town of Fiippen, 12 miles west of here, De r a Drink. was almost entirely wiped out by fire. Louisville, Ky., Djc. 1. After swalFour stores, the post office the village lowing a I'rink of whisky in a saloon hotel, a wagon shop, a blacksmith nt Seventeenth and Magazine streets shop and cabinet shop nnd a number Monday, Wm. Waerncr, nged 74 years, of residences wero burned. The loss of 1700 West Madison street, fell dead is about S30.000. There is little inin the saloon. 1 he coroner said the surance cause was heart failure Bartender Burgy said Wnerncr had lei-- in the Church Grew Too Dig. Lexington, Ky., Dee 5. Dr. XV. H. hubit of coming to the saloon every Felix, for ten years pastor of the First day for a drink. Baptist church, resigned Friday night. Only L.ikltir. The field, he said, has grown too large Ky., Djc. 1. The wifo LEWisiiviiO, to permit of him having desired leis- of David Jusco, living east of this vilure. Dr. Felix was for 15 years pastor lage, has given birth to a girl who is of the First Baptist church of Coving- ordinarily well developed in every way ton. He is a native of Nciv York. except that sho has no eyeballs, the lids baing per ect, the bones of tho Heavy Dama-e- s Against a Hallway. FitANKFoirr, Ky., Dee 4. Ihe court skull well formed, leaving only the of appeals Thursday morning affirmed eyeballs lacking to make per "ect eyes. Xiirsv Ituvviiuit i the decision of the Kenton circuit court LAWKKNCEBrno, Ky., Dec. 1 DepIn the case of Albert O. Long's administrator vs. the a & 0 Judgment for uty Revenue Collector James M. Posey nearly 8,000 is sustained against the collected taxes paid on whisky at his railroad as damages for tho death of office here during the month just Long, who was killed July 0, ISM, at closing, S110,751.48, three times as much as the receipts of November, '05. Independence. Known Nothlnc of an Extra S silon. Lexington, Ky., Dec 1. In an inDeficit Blade Good. Bryant, terview here. Gov. Bradley said he Jackson, Ky., Dee the defaulting sheriff of Breathitt knew uothing about an extra sss'on county, who was arrested in Arkansas of the legislature, and that he was not and brought back here last week, was a candidate for United States senator. Thursday released from custody, his Further than this he declined to say. bondsmen having secured a transfer of AVocdfo-Connty 1'lnnerr Draft. all his property. The deficit was VF.it3AiLi.ES, Ky., Dec 1. John Hay-deabout 3,500. aged 81 years, a Woo lford county pioneer, died of pneumonia Monday. A Woman Stabi Another. of County Sayxeksville, Ky., Dec 4. Mrs. S. He was a brother-in-laArnett and .Mrs. Betsy Pucket had a Judge ParrLsh. quarrel, and Mrs. Arnett stabbed Mrs. Sluoli ITortc for th Courts. Fucket in the brdast. Both women aro Ikvine, Ky., Dec. 1. The grand jury, very prominent, Mrs. Arnett being the which had been in session hero the wife of Hon. Jack Arnett, past wee', reported 40 true bills to Judge Eedwine. Killed by Springing Branch. WnxiAslSTOWN, Ky., Dec 4. James PAPER TRUST. Lawrcncc-villCombs, a The E .stern Mlllt Aro In It. lint tho was felling trees Thursday, when c.itoruiTj Will Mjy Oat. the branch of one falling to the ground New Yoiik, Doc 1. A plan is being flew back and struck hiia, killing him perfected to organize a great paper instantly. trust with 5,000,000 capital to raise Berry Leaves for Washington. prices and control the 6utr.ut of the Ky., Dee 4. Congresscountry. Tho Now York and New man Berry, of Newport, arrived here England mills are in it with William Thursday morning. After looking over Dillon, of the Glen Falls Paper Ca, tho official returns to satisfy himself with headquarters here, as chief salesof his election ho left for Washington. man and manager. Tne price of ordinary paper is to be raised from 3 to 2 The Easton Borne Sale. pound, the concern Lexington, Ky., Dee. 4. At tho cents aMaauiacturers' Paper to operate Co. It is as the Easton sale Thursday imported Candle said that the western milts will fight mas, the brother of St. Blaise, was sold to J.(B. Haggin, of th trust. uamornla, forSla.OOO. WASS'ViuD FA1TIIKU1. ASES; OB estravel for responsible Xrxlogton Poolrooms Close. tablished house InKentuckyvSalary Lexington, Ky., Dec. 4. Lexing- $780 and expenses. Position permaton's poolroom has beea'closed because nent. Reference. .Enclose self-M- r The therewas not enough play to pay ex. J dressed stamped" envelope. pense. The- proprietors ;feav j&e-. National, Star "InBwaace IJldg.', U i' a umcasro: tuu.ti,, W r i.t V .J HUB stroyed harmed. n. one-arme- d on the Oncatnn l'lko by 1'lro Keeper Escapes DeUn- Frankfort, Halls and Entrance are ilaiblo and Tiling of the Finest Quality. Ky., Dc'c. 4. A. Invisible hair pi'.is 2c box- Silk Windsor ties, solid colors, 10c. Dress shields 5, .s, i, Large picture frames 20e. Babies bibs 5 and 10c, with nipple attached. Rabies il n (bound) bibs 5c. Towels 5 to 33c. C'rah for toweling-tcnWalking caucs 25c. Baby comlorters be. Rubber balls 5c. !!' rattles 10c ercb . t c I . O. 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - - 0P S, Co MILLINERY 2D FLOOR, PARLORS AND m UPPER HALLS. - - - (O partment, we will for a few das make a great reduction in prm- is the time to get a new bat or bonnet cheap. iVefUVlr,;;: '" s G-O- l Offices and Dinlng-Roo- Beautifully Decorted and Bril liantly Lighted,. ELDER'S ((X BARGAIN jIhiii treet. Rk hmond Kv. STORE! 6 G; &&3&&Sr&&&&&&3&&Q S) Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate of .... Charses Considered St 0"VEE $lo7ooo Have Been Expended in This Recent Improvement. n ft RHTES $2 $2,50 PER DHY Mir, Jr., The exact thing for your - W, Scott kiwi I ADVANCE. toll-gat- es Hag-gin- u H K WHEAT D KILLS, HARROWS, ROLLERS, HARDWARE, M SI 1 M X BiBaaMinKHH'B3KMBaMHraBiaHHlHMHBa M i SUPPLY THE TRADE U O ii l it i i v. TAR VJ2 wmmmmmt 5 Our factory on Laurel Street in is now running, anil we are prepared to fill orders for twist of the llicli-nion- d f! 1 TINWARE. li il Ol n 8 1 L'J If. " ! A-- f t- ii Sliacke lford RICHMOD. KKN'IUt'KY. u iUCAW "Piif tl Upon Every fob" 5 i:.--b.- and wrapper of tho genuine Dr. Bell's ( Is printed the above i design. It id both trade-mar- k and ' guarantee a warrant that the medl- will cure i cine contained In the bottle coughs, colds and all lung, throat (J and chest troubles more quickly and (J effectually than any other remedy. (J ey Bottle Brands, three grades. "We 'an save yon money. Send us a trial oidr; jou will be glad with our products. Especially pleased to hear from country mer- f$SSi SSSSSiSSSS5?S,5SSSSSSSSSSti iSb.'ws v - chants. 49 White 0 R033, Richmond, Ky. wfc i asjj.. wa . m em mfmjLARte mi ma BSES & i &' k ti eti. Vfeii VS KA 5Si5,-5,-a. t.-lT32- , fcs. 54. J? HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of P.irkersburg, V. Va., Eecorn- mends Wrights Celery Uapsules. 1 P.nKEcsr.unc, W. V.., January 2G,n993. The Wkigiit Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio DR. BELL'S , Pine -- TarHoney ' gk m WATGHES JEWELRY. IPf'rl I fi . tl Aft. is bum uj auuiuioia a. rait ujaju iWKiy ui .At nf nrlr-!1r SOk. and tl ner hotile hr In -1 W -- . 2 Tb i-I- Vm. d r, w Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, and find them to bo as recommended. I first began taking them while at Hot Springs, Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I ROUTE bad been a long sufferer. I fouud the AfiD FRG- M- Celery Capsules gave me great relief -- BEST LtNE TO from tlie beginning and have used them ever since. Willi pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and Buffet, roilor Solid VeMlbulert Trains with 'Siry. Wnguei all suffering with like afllictious or cither Coache", Dining Cars. K'epanl Prlv-uof them. Very truly yours. Cars, and lHlet y Hleepmg Cars, 27-2- t E. 8thrt.J aCtD C, raetk, Ky. J G I "BIG FODR" CHICAGO. Imi-rove- Ia I New Just Received and at ani Nicaly Selected Stock ... . 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Elegant Coache and Dining Cars, Int d Ing UHSMMigens In Mew York City atad 8 rjKt Depot, Positively no Feiry Traiiifcr. j Eesnreyour Ucket.reBd4.via "BIU t'ODii' FREIGHT. .YOU PAY FOR THE. SSSSSSSSSSSJSSSSSSJscSSSSNSSSSSSSSiSSSSSSS DRINKS. MO. Ml M i..o. ircoBwrv' rp " -- Ml V .- Pswg,Trc,JI3,,iI',i', CIKCMH - iU I 5 SECOND STREET. v. f HKe.Nor 3. 1.',. j V 2. o j; v F Cl-S:- 3V x St. 'V UQUQB, flfr " ' - 'fZ V ttj7 Ufnent ?i49 Oia'Aeat. 25 asd 1 6 i Bli 50c per hex. lasnew titer fcjfe mJM. Qfc7 JLMmMgK al WU1WMI iBIdMf or Piles. WfcrcBSvwiactbtatrdtlaisesjia? "W rlTTrrtttB vKkM . 1h Jmfaama nt Cun Cnmya m WU Xtaa. CnHHX MSiaw ,WVG. White, Drugk Riciinwad, Ky. SoJd by 9 JAPMISI if -f -- - -- - . " - air- ,i- -.