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Great precipices yawned on either side, and towering cliffs which seemed to have grown gray with age, even as the snow on the higher peaks of the mountains seemed the hoary locks of those ancients, which there had for centuries watched over the old world. Near by Mount Ararat, where rested the crk after the flood. It was here Noah tilled his vineyards and the human rnce be-- Highest of all in Leavening Power.- r'&fek A y Wil STtti I OK. l.lvtk HL'CU-L- Cheapest. Purest and Best Family Medicine In lbs World I For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, SICK HKAOACHK. Colic. Deprcr-voof Spirits. SOUR STOMACH. Heartburn, etc. This unrivalled remedy is warrr-enot to contain a single parlit-I- of WtK' i RY. nr any mineral substance, but is Th n d c m k tr irB a Owwi A6s.aj'ffE2?; t?OKE e, fice. His thoughts were suddenly Interrupted by the appearance of his wife, who dashed into the room, seated herself violently upon a chair and burst watch for the fifteenth time in an hour, wondering how he was to get through the day without one peep at the of- WHY THEY LAUGHED. How Sirs. Bogy bee Astonlihed Her Lnrja Circle of Friends. It was past noon on Christmas day, and Mr. Busybee had just, consulted his We Send it FREE! --TO Hearty cQ Laugh OLD back thy whip. O and frown! The demons of disas- Hold baek thy curse master! PLTRIiL,Y contain ng those Southern lioots and llcrhs OME-B- K w":rt r.n nil rise l'rovtdence lias, placed in . I NGIXO r ci where Liver Disease"; most prevail. 2-and home-lovinIt will cure all DUeaf.es caused by Derangement of the Liver end Dowels. home happiness arc the bright i ,and I he s JiiTUJlb of l iver complaint are a l 'JeUllirLS OI the Christ day through h tt- -r or hil in llir mnntli- Tr.!n In tfc Back, S.2?s or J iin's. often mistaken for UIicu-B- i' out the metes and bounds of a; 5our Stomach: o Appcti'e; Christendom. Callous is the heart, Bnwe s alternately costive and lax; Headache; oss of Memory, with a painful sensation of r.nd dead to all impressions of light and having fa 'rd to do sometliin; which orghtto have been lone; Debility; Low Spirits, a thick .gladness, which is not quickened to yeHow of the Skin and Eves, a dry gentleness ond unselfishness upon the Lcrgb "f'en mistaken for Consumption. Some'im-- s many of these tymptoms attend natal day of "Him who taught the broadthe i itese, at others very few; but the Liver est humanity and the most disinterest is fcenemlly the seat of the disease, and if not ed love. ITad Dickens written only of in time, rreat suffering, wretchedness anJ DEATH will ensue. Christmas, he should occupy a com- -' The Inlawing highly esteemed persons attest fo the virtues of Simmons L:ver Kcruiator: ananding place in the uffection of huGen W. S Holt, Pres. Ua. S V. R. R Co , manity because of the cheery scenes I R IV.der Perry, Ga ; Col E. K. Sparkj. C Mas'erson.Kiq.. SheriflE liibja Co., lie pictured and the cheery lialos he cast Ga , Hon Alexander H. Stephens. about this of all days in the year. 'We have tested its virtues, personally, end knw that for Dvspepsia, Biliousness and The very pathos, which at times seemed Headache it is thebest medicine the n. part of himself, when he wrote, quick,r We trird forty other remed es teir re bimmonsl.iver Regulator, but none give ened and brightened under the light of us more than temporary relief; but the liej'i. itliat day until it was nearly divested of lit, r o t only relieved, but cured us " Eu all its sadness. and Messenger, Macon. Ga. c-- jr VEGETABLE, C'V! p; lfo -- ce Rec-aiate-d K. . dy OSt-- EV j J H. ZEIL1N 6: CO.. Philadelphia. Pa. PROFESSIONAL COLDBIN. MISS M.LDRED GOLDEN, . STEXOHIIAI'IIER .LYD TYPEWRITERS , Rn iranxD, 2ffff;j?i'v adjoining A .It- - Kentucky Burnum. ATTOE27ETS. J, s"crxJijX-TJa.2sr- , Atto kxe y-- at-L- a tv, - - KENTUCKY. RICIIMOXD, llire over Taylor's Hardware store, opposite Court House, on Main Street. H. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LA Hl IIVOXD, W. ' - - Kkxtccky. 31-3- Office No. 13 First St., up stairs. 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It recalls the cherubic song of the angels that startled thn shepherds of Salem and the effulgent ctir that &u'ded the wise men to the "manger in which lie lay. It brings out ot the past the happy circumstances of those who were led into the Divine presence, bringing with them gifts of 'gold and frankincense and So, too, clearer than when first uttered, because now better understood, is heard sifter the lapse of 2,000 years the Heavenly promise of peace, good will to men. Comes also the teaching of mercy, forgiveness and charity as substitute for ;the older law of eye for eye and tooth for tooth. When He came the dark night of cruelty and wrong and oppression rolled away, ushering in the gray dawn of an endless day of love for enemies and prayers for those that use their neighbors despitefully. The example of the sages who came as is universally followed, and meet is it that it should be so. because the heart that gives in love has a sure promise of a blessing from the Lord. The inspiring motive of donatives is the love that thinks no evil against the recipient of the favor, and love is the dominant ruler of the heart that is good. The Christ taught nothing if no did not teach the infinite beauty of home life ihat is builded upon love. The heart that loves and is cheerful gives freely, thus communicating pleasure to others in the reflection that they are not forgotten, and happiness to the donor in that he perceives he has communicated Lappiness. Love is contngjous. as happiness is contagious, and blessed and thrice blessed is that household which welcomes Christians with ringing of bells and singing of glad songs, with laughter and merry voices, and that makes memorable the day by tokens of affection, whoe value rests in the motive which prompted the giving of them. Did ne sorrow? Not for His sins or follies did ne grieve. Did ne sweat great drops of blood in His agony? Then was it that men might be freed from sin and be capable of appreciating and commemorating and imitating the infinite good of His nature. The fare that was marred is now lit with the ineffable joy that comes of man's redemption, and from nis great throne He regards all earth's children in love and smiles responsive to the gladness of those homes whicli make merry and bright the Christ-daChristmas. , God-chilbe-,'ca.3y-W- n mj-rx- gift-bear- er ish indignities. An hour later all was strangely still, V burning ruins smoldering with the dull ft l v, x ft tm-i?- . !;. A . glow of expiring embers marked the graves of hundreds, and the spot on which but a short time before smiled happiness and home, ltut beautiful Zillah was not dead. She had fallen on the soft bodies of the slain,- - had much to her surprise found herself but little hurt, and had crawled off into the narrow wooded paths which threaded the mountain fastenesses near, all familiar to her. She sought refuse in a moun- tain shepherd's cave, who at morn vis- ited the village in search for survivors, but found none. The fierce Kurds had made sure work of their bloody task. A few weeks later Zillah, through many hardships, found her way to the seaside, nnd thence to America, coming to a great western metropolis with SHE LEAPED FROM THE PRECIPICE. other Armenian refugees, where she gun anew after the floods subsided, found shelter with the Armenian colfor Armenia is one of the oldest landa ony, which did what it could for these and its people trace their lineage direct unfortunates, humnn remnants saved to that Biblical emigrant ship which from the furnaces of affliction which colonized it when the world was young. consumed so many noble lives in darkened Armenia. Mourning for those she dwellFrom many a quaint, ing arose Christmas carols to which loved, almost despairing, she struggled bravely with her lot, and the d d echoes sang responsive girl found friends and favor choruses among the cliffs, and at least one church bell tried bravely, singly among' the free people who pitied her and alone, to supply an imitation of woes and appreciated her faithful work. Christmas chimes. It was a peaceful Patiently she toiled, but her pillow picture, upon which the stars twinkled, approvingly as they bespangled the' slopes with and coated countless sparkles from the pallid snow. The Armenians are a devout people, and make much of the Christmas festival. This little hamlet was in manj- - respects not unlike Bethlehem, and near it were many shepherds who guarded their flocks by night, as did those of Judea when the angels sang of peace on earth, good will to men. At the home of Abanazar, the head man of the village, there were quiet festivities, decorations of holly and other evergreens, songs of praise and stories which for generations had handed down eherished traditions and legends of Armenia. There were the aged grandfather and grandmother, Abanazer and his good wife, three little girls ranging from six to twelve years old, and Zillah, the daughter, with her affianced lover Akthar, the stalwart young herdsman. She was a beautiful maiden, with regular features, large eyes aglow with love, the small but symmetrical form characteristic of so many women of her race. In her picturesque costume she was marvellously handsome, and her tones were as musical as the tinkle of silvery bells or the low notes of flute, to which she sometimes sang a soft accompaniment. The pleasant scene in this home was duplicated in many others that starlit Christmas" 1 .fe could be seen among the flying fragments, and with them scores of 'livr Kurds struggling as they arrs' scorched and blackened, toward the sky. The fragments, human and othet-wiscame down again and darkness succeeded. The surviving Kun's butchered all who survived, of the villagers, except the women they bore off as captives, but at the foot of the cliff they found but the mangled remains of scores of brave women who had preferred death to slow torture and devil- I mWUJv flat-roof- soft-voice- sweet-face- wtth aching voids in so many Strieker and the Moslems still oppressing tlie Christians among the f Ar uienian hills. They sang, however. Christmas carols strangely sweet which i recalled pictures of ua'forgotten homes, and hymns in which sad minor chords ; seemed to vibrate with unshed tears. What wonder that real tears welled tip from tortured hearts, and that they sparkled In pretty Zillah's mournful eyes? Good will to men these exiles could know and feel, but peace on earth was not for them, even at Christmas, while Turkish scimetars still flashed forth the lightnings of fanatic hates, and innocent blood reddened the soil of far Armenia. There was to be a new arrival of Armenians nnd they were to recite at this gathering of their compatriots the story of their adven-tnre- s and their wrongs. Similar tales had been often repeated by similar refugees, but the stories had a tragic interest ever new, while they recounted renewed horrors and the constantly recurring tragedies which added to the list of the lost, and the grand army of sorrowing survivors. As the coming of the visitors was announced the music ceased nnd all arose to receive them, the hum of the great city without faintly heard in the hush of expectancy within, and the Christmas chimes from nn American church nearby ringing cheerily, though soft and subdued, through the frosty air. The door opened and there marched in the little band who came from the' valley of the shadow of death, and first among them Abanazar and Akthar, Ui c father nnd lover so long listed among the dead. You should have seen Zillah's beautiful face, transfigured, the in her large brown eyes, and heard the musically glad little cry with which she sprang into their arms, snuggling close at last with her plump arms ii bout Akthar's neck and his stalwart s into tears. d-- far-of- yesterday " "Look here, Ignatius Bcsybee, I want to know if there is anything humorous believe the people of "I town are the most specimens of on tho face of- the globe!" she sobbed. "But, my love, what h:is caused you to change your mind so suddenly? Only th-th- te ill-b-- Fear not the sword or gown; The demons of disaster They troop to wreck alt ships Than wlnd3 of Heaven faster Hold back thy frowns and whips. For these, the poor, thy brothers Him of Galilee! What other power can save you From evils trooping near? From demons all that bravo you? His love alone they fear: The demons all that brave you What other Is to stay? Give as He freely gave you. On thl3 His natal day. By sacrifice we come to bliss, There Is no other path but this. Behold the star that shlneth Forever In the east! Behold the rose that twtneth Above the lair of beastl Behold the rose that twlneth To bless the monarch's bower. The same His hand deslgneth To cheer the toller's hourl The space between the poor and great His presence doth obliterate. perfect love that chldeth The heart that harbors wrongt that still abldeth To mako the weakest strongt O love that still abldeth When all else pure hath Ced, Thou art! thy strength The demons man doth dread. Tls thine, O silent force of love. To make a Hon of the dove. CHARLES EUGENE BANKS. O O love o'er-rldeth ter mous. You can't enjoy life with this dread disease in your system. It takes away the laugh even to think what may follow consumption, ulceration of the liver, Diabetes, etc. In what-everfeScrof- never and Scrofula arc synony- Young and Old. Rejoice with us In the Discovery. K Mi 9 nn ula may appear When a man has suffered for years with a weakness that blights his life and robs him of all that really make life worth liviny, if he avail himself of a I'omplete cure, why not posss tt. moral courage to stop his downward eurM- We will send von by mail. 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" "a-.-- 0'Vt.Tf"-nlnItt-n- X- NO WONDER THEX LAUGHED. - lut tor thttr two hundred turenUons wanted. offer D- - -- t1-8- 0 e love-lig- ht frost-diamond- s " in the fact that you gave me a sealskin tacque for my Christmas present?" "Nothing humorous at all, my dear. A NAMELESS GIFT. On the contrary " is there anything rery peculiar, Why Sister Mary ltroke Her Engagement "Then with tho Doctor. the thermometer being near zero, in When Sister Mary began it she inmy wearing the sacque to church totended it to be a lamp mat, and the reday?" "Why, dear, the peculiar fact would ceiver was to be my Cousin Sarah. Sister Mary is rather touchy about have been your not wearing it to church some things, but I never knew anything "Very well, then, will you explain to affect her so severely as the mere mention of that lamp mat does sow. ! The conthe behavior of people y ductor laughed in my face as be took In fact, I studiously refrain from all my fare, a woman whom I never saw mention of it unless I particularly wish before wanted to talk to me in the lar to rile her. Cousin Sarah and Sister Maxy are and, as I walked up the church aisle, about the same age. I shall not meneverybody was in a broad grin!" "Perhaps they were pleased to see tion Sister Mary's age, as she is still unmarried (having broken with the you in a sealskin." "Yes, it is so likely that Sarah Snaggs doctor that Christmas), but I think I would be pleased at that, and y yet am allowed to state that Cousin Sarah she was one of the worst, ones! And was 45 last August, for, since she is marhere I I thought I'd be perfectly hap- ried, she is not so particular about concealing her years. py if I onlj had a sealskin!" Of "I, too. had hoped to be happier, then, have course Sister Mary would never attempted making a lamp mat my love!" be"All through service it was the same! (for she had never crocheted one fore) if Cousin Sarah had not bought My head ached from the cald, Why, what is the matter? You are as the Dresden lamp, so I blame the whole on the Dresden bad as the rest! What is wrong with troublelamp mat began lamp. The all right, "with a my sacque?" little round flat center. Sister Mary For Mr. Busj'bco had turned, looking got that finely. But as the size in- full at her. "It is not the fault of the sacque; that's nil right. Only, in your haste to see yourself in it, you forrot to put on any bonnet!" !" to-da- R. N. I. & B. R. R. J en J B$1 WW' Mfl "f r George Thorps, J Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect Run day, November S, 1S. 1 ST CLASS. 2 N D CLASS. EAST BOUND no. i. zio. 3. M0.9. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. -- to. x xSnn Richmond, Ky. 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Lancaster and Stanford. iKnwland, Lancaster and Stanford, irine.. w- A. M T. M. 1 , 3o 55 l)0 iT 35 f. M. 3 40 4 ,g 4 40 5 10 J IS 5 40 A. M. 2 H 6 6 6 6 7 05 30 3 3 3 Cincinnati Pari, Mays--r. 2 3o 3 4S 4 4 2.05 1.10 11.43 1.05 . jS 55 ra r. M. 55 m. 5 co 3 30 57 6 j3 3 3; s 1255 a- a. m. r. A. M. m. anj-ho- a. m r 3I! m. 3 1!) p. i. 11.43 a. ji 10:10 1.25 p. m 7.40 Trains between LouisviMe and VersatKes daily. Trains between Cincinnati and NichefcisviH diily. All trains connect with Southern Railway to and from Louisville, and with the C. N. O. & 1 . P. to and from Cincinnati. You can spend five hours in Louisville, about six hours in Cincinnati or 13 hours in Lexington and return to Richmond at 3:30 p. m. r. m 7:10 ELISA ARMSTRONG. Tho Way with All ot "Christmas comes but ence a year, you know," chirruped Mrs. Lufkin. Mr. Lufkin looked earnestly into the hollow depths of his pocke,book. "I'm glad of that," he in gloomy tone. N. Y. Recorder. An Afterthought. Hereafter. If your hose you'd see ls. THE GREATEST) If -- JBBfTp 111 yf r !C7r TTK 9 bS-- Ak-tha- r's eve. Suddenly the scene changed. The church bell rang in sharp, short strokes, a spirited alarm, confusion succeeded calm, and there were excited exclamations and hurrying in hot haste as a riderdashedmadly down the one central trect, shouting: "Save yourselves, y, Collections solicited. PHYSICIANS. "WILLIAM KOSSER COBBE. unnisTaiAs eye warning. Christians, the Kurds are coming!" But there was no time. Close upon I his tracks came hundreds of swalhy' horsemen, turbaned and fierce", with Mohammedan loud maledictions d hate, nnd eyes shouted in deep-voice- DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. Office in the Joe Cc.lins building. i& and 30 Sec 27- ond Street, over AVnue old drugstore. ... . 41 iifSHjaj H Mill v ''vinft '1; "1",J if . ii rrg.T.T? 311 CHAS. HOOKER, ETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary .College. T Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty Office up stain over New York Store, corner Main and 40- streets. Richmond 71. C. Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Buildinc, MainStreet. Telephone at residence (the Carr place) on Broadway. --- JASPER, M. D Clara (in bed) Come into bed, quick, Sally! Santy Claus ain't no fool. If aroun' with them he sees you legs, he'll know that stockin' doi'"t belong to you! Truth. Box for leu or twenty rounds; He could sprint a wondrous distance without stopping: But his triumphs found a check; He came out a total wreck When he finished up a tour of Christmas shopping. Washington Star. Tlio 31au for the Hoar. loveliest fellow is going to lie Had a Limit. could lift three hundred pounds. RicnMoxD, --- Kentucky DR. O. A. KENNEDY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. RicnuoxD, Office in Smith Buildinc, No. 104 Main Street, np stairs. Office hours 12 to 1 ani 4 to j o'clock. DR. JOHN Richmond. visit "The me this Christmas. He's absolutely color blind." "Is that why he is so lovely?" "To be sure. .lust think of it. he M. FOSTER, Kentucky cannot tell the difference between holly nnd mistletoe herries and and the liouse is full of holly." Truth. which gleamed like live coals from beneath beetling brows. In a moment pandemonium seemed to have broken loose, the guns spoke sharply, scimetars flashed in silver and turned crimson, and soon the flames from burning buildings cast their lurid glare over nn earthly hell wherein fiends held high carnival in shedding innocent blood. Abanazar and his family, with others, gained the church which stood on the edge of a precipice, and there made a brave stand, but it was useless. Breaches were made in the walls, the place carried by storm, and hundreds slain boforc the altar dedicated to peace and dpcorated with Christinas symbols in readiness for the morrow. The floor I literally ran in blood, and Zillah in ' speechless anguish beheld the men of her family and her lover cut down, and women subjected to tortures which chilled her to the soul. With other women and girls she fought heroically, but finally found herself breathless and disarmed in the embrace of Rustem, the huge leader of the Kurds, who had often in days of peace paid her attentions as often repelled. Suddenly she drew the steel bodkin from her hair, plunged it with unerring . aim tnd the strength born of desperation into the giant's heart, and, as he sank to the floor she bounded to the" side of the church, seized a lighted lapcr. opened a trap door in the floor, j hurled the light into a supply of powder I A,-.,-; THE SUMMER GIRL 7HO STAYED UNTIL CHRISTMAS was wet with the tears of sorrow and her henrt bled under the stabs of piercing grief. Brave and noble girl! How many like her. pieces of driftwood from the wrecks wrought by Turkish cruelty and fanaticism, have been stranded upon our kindlier shores. Zillah turned in prayer toword the God of her fathers, and sought at His "feet the consolation earth denied. Even prayer cannot heal a broken heart; it can but console and slightly assuage such grief as hers. TIME. 1 Telephone at office and residence. v fr W. EYANS, M. D., fuyeician and suhgeok, - Kentucky. Richmond, ... side door leaped from the precipice as lie Conld Promise. "I'apa." Faid Benny Bloobumper, "I scores of other women had done within thp .horrible half hour preceding. There want a big bass drum forChristmas." - "I'm afraid you can't have that." re- .was a flash, a thunderous roar, and the turned Mr. Bloobumper. "but you may solid church seemed to be heaved high have a !ig turkey drumstick." Detroit in air, while in the lurid light of tho explosion dead bodies of men andwomen Free Brei-s- . The Itf-- stored there, and springing through a iiim win inn mil mi 11 mt wacaeraKSEira DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond, Office and residence ou Third .... o ivj.ad.ison Moxrameniai 1 Torks. MONUMENTS, Street- - .Mk. few MASDFACTUKKK ASD DKALEU tForBign DENTAL STTEGSEY. - and - Amoncan - Marbk Tablets, DR. A. TYTLKES SMITH, Richmond, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Office iff ISA. iwt i'W fM AND GRANITE I'ojibs, IIUADSTONES, UltNh, arm encirclir.g her shapely waist. What is ordinary Christmas happiness to such joy as hers, measureless as infinity deep us the sea? Does not love fill even the vast spaces of Heaven? And the men were ns deeply moved as the maid, for they had been as certain of her death as she of theirs. Precious indeed arc these gifts which fate, stern and unrelenting at times, seem.? to snatch fiota the deed to reward the love of tho iiving. Never since angels sang nt Bethlehem had Christmas seemed gladder to any human soul, than was this Christmas eve in the little Armenian memorable Christmas eve to thebeauti-,- f On Christmas Morula;. colony occupying a corner of a foreign ill Armenian maiden. After the storm "Ouch!" the calm. Akthar and Zillah were wed The beautiful maiden withdrew her j soon after, and Abanazar became an infoot hastily. dicate of their happy home. Under the v' Plunging her arm into the silken jstarry fiacr which, thank God, tolerates depths she took from the toe of her ,. ,. . II . i;nu rei.gjous persccuuou, tney me m stocking a box of candies security, doing their duty as Christian that he had OTerlooked. ciuzens, loving tneir auopteu jana wita Need it be added that this happened Ipassionate oriental fervor, and contrib-lutinin Chicago? N. Y. Truth. as they can toward the needs of What He Pat Dp. those still suffering in the beloved home Checkly Did you hangupyourstock-in- g country. They arc loyal to the core, on Christmas eve? but hope the land of their adoption may :do something to stay the hate whic't Harduppe No, not quite ns bad as crimsoned the land of their birth. God that; but I hung up my overcoat and grant that their hope be not in vain. watch. Brooklyn Life. A simple story, the annals of lives Her Time of Joy. touched with sorrows deeper than those New Boarder1 Do you enjoy Christ most of us" in these happier lands have known. Bemembcring our mercies at , mas, ma'am? Landlady Very much, inclced. All Christmas time, let ,us not forget the , , my boarders get Invited out to dine, ,?l iviiicn nave uuraeneu nnu op-- ( sreis pressed sucb as these, butapply to them you know. Chicago Record. lit fullest measure all that is meant by "good will to men." To.quote from tbe WI10 can think simple Idea of. some patent; good old bock, which was theirs even Wanled-f- in THE REUNION IN AMERICA. wing to Protect Tour (dean: thT mar br!nr tou wealth. before it became ours: "These are they JOHN WKDDEUBURN & CO. latent section of the great western, city. The ivho came out of great tribulation, and WriteWashington. D. CX, for tUtlr $1,910 prlxa oiler and. ust ot tn o hundred lurentloca minted. ball was decorated for theToccasion with they washed their robes and made them the usual evergreens, and oriental hang- white in the blood of the Lamb. For ings served to recall in this modern land tho Lamb which is in the midst of tho the familiar belongings of lost homes throne shall be their shepherd, and WEAK RSEH fADE VHiBROHS. among the Armenian mountains. There fhall guide them unto fountains of the f was a subdued cheerfulness among water of life; and God shall wipe away the people present, a tribute to Christ- evey tear from the.tr eyes." ? mas, but they could not rejoice loudly I. EDGAR JONEa herring, and the larger it grew the Men's Suits $2.49, worth $10.00. more it curled up, until-- It got to be Boys' Suits C3 cents, worth $2.00. AN IRRESISTIBLE APPEAL. the shape of a china wash basin. I Men's Shoes 90 cents, worth $1.50. don't know what was wrong with it. Ladies' Shoes 75 cents, worth $1.50. for I am not an expert in that line, but Children's Shoes 20 cents, worth 50cts. j before the lamp mat was complete SisCalico and Cotton 3 cents a yard. ter Mary decided to call itabagof some Overcoats from $1.00 up. sort or other, and put ribbons on it for Cloaks from $1.00 up. handles and a tassel on the bottom. You see, when a lamp mat makes up its mind to be a pudding bag yon just have to let it have its own way. So, as I said, she put long ribbons on it, pink ones, and some bows, and I took it over and gave it to the doctor, with her compliments and a "Merry Christmas." She was engaged to him then. That was but what do you think that doctor did? Why, he eat right down and wrote her a note thanking her for her kindness in sending him such a "tasty and comfortable nightcap" and assuring her that it would bring him pleasant dreams. Yes, sir! McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. "I say, mister, raise yer winder a bit, And I don't wonder Sister Mary got mad and broke the engagement. novll-l- y won't yer, so as I kin git a smell o de But you can bet she hasn't tried to puddin' whsn it comes on d table." make any lamp mats since. Bay City Chat. - Well-fille- d at Christmas dtiwn," Why, take this simple hint Jrom me Sleep with your stocking on. L. A. W. Bulletin. A Christmas Fact. The future has a golden tinge. The past, too, may seem pleasant: But Just about the Christmas tide There's nothing like the present. Harlem Life. Portrait of a Ladj. Dear Mabel's very clever; She coaxed away my plf. And bought me all the irlmcracks Bhe hankered for herself. Chicago Record. S-iTLO- E oP RICE Don't buy until you see us. Will save you money sure. W t P THE DOCTOR LOOKED PUZZLED, creased the thing seemed to curl up around the edge, like the tail of a dried Ever known. Everything in our store store marked down to realize money. llllilii. MWmi bald-head- ed all-righ- t, NEW YORK 8T0R Latest Styles . y$ ellis Parker butler. TLMELY PRECAUTION. Featherbone Corsets and Waists. hi xk. r Correct Shapes five-pou- I I . Best Materials Reasonable Prices J-C- Artistic Effects Most Comfortable g Si ed c4&7r '5w,tfFa&l Tommy "esJ I I T I Don't be afraid, doggie, I won't hurt you 1 just want to tell j'ou something if you hear any noise just keep perfectly still, for Claus, and we don't want it'll him seared away. St. Louis IJepublic-be-Sn-nta Attor-cer- t, i t tsadz MARK FEATSBtBONE COSSET CO, Sola Mfrs--. Xalaaaxso, Mkk. Lsok (or ateTs Trails Mark cltf sa Eai 1 " measturatlou.Xorn9edbyOTerso,oe? lu!!ca. tnTiiroratdsttcfiO oriTxiu. ISf. rnra dancerctis fcnltatlon. y paper. cf13 per box, small ten L lfcme ttnl reale.i la plain wrapper. Sand 4c tn Ftanips for particulars. s!d by loa2 JIKDI-CAdresstoiOraddreMASSOCIATION JTEVEK r.ULK. KHWKIWGVEKT. A new, reiiauioand ?aio rousi tor u wanty- - or palniu EiBax. ocle, iUi wvy MP PnDpkg Kuncfili IIW' i MABX ITVi'Kt Calcua-o- . L .nerchants cheerfully refund the money 1U. HsJ 1 5 c- -- b'old by lliciimond Dru? Co. arid "V. G. White. Wr HwiflB 28 styIcs- - nedium, Long and - Owce Smith bonding. Main Street. to 4 P. M. hours, 9:00 to la M.; rVPractice limited to dentistry. T.C M0KGAK. J. A. YATES. DENTISTS, MORGAN & YATES, Richmond, Orrics Sr.k. Kentucky. Katloaa. A5 2Ssra5?Sg!. vSm. tablished house in Kentucky. Salary $780 anil expenses. Position perma-nan-t. T Your Trade Soh"cited.-i- 2 Reference. Enclosed stamped envelope. Tho Work delivered to any part of the National, Star Insurance Bldg., Write for Designs and Chicago. State. Prices. Gus Thomas, a nolorius murderer and GEO. O.DOZIER, Proprietor. moonshiner, brolce jailatJackson,Temi , faithful mkn or FINS WORK A SPECIALTY WANTED travel for responsible SCATURY, EtC es- rP or any other col lei; o or institution of learning in the United States, or In thejiew., .England Conservatory of Music", can be reenred by RREB EDUCATION. An education at Harvard, Yale, 05 anyyoangmatfor woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars ouieklv. JAMES D. BALL. 36.Br6irifield St., Boston; Mass. UFVXL UZTDtt. 3'DAY. ItTtivr. Did! What It 'acta powerfully and qnlcklr.tti trben all others fall. Yocrv men regain lost raanbood. oli tnonrecovcrTOuUifu! vigor. A.'brolutelvUnnr-nntee- d to Core KcrrouineM, X.oal Vitality, Ininotrncy, .NliratryraUslon, tAtl'oxrcr, -Falling Memory. WastingIther and ail tftctt of ttlf atmst or txcttstt aw UulUertticm. Wards off Insanity and 00 Don't lot drcirglst ImpcsonvrortblcsSBtSbstltuto yoa tecnire ltyMUsncrentir rtroOi. ttslstoafcaT-'at- : PEKFf.K'B KtX.'lSOit. orilcnd for 1:. Preraiq plain wrap. Can bo carried In 7est pociet. wuu per. ba per oox. or o zor 014 v Written Onarrtntee to Care or Wcfund tha Mmct. Pamphlst free. Sold by drasstiU. Andrew rF.FfJb MJZB1CJLM AUS'S, . vawafv, jui, after A weeks' trial if PEFFB'S NERWISR iu, J.H.NEFF&C0. M&iri sot satisfactory. eff illk BY 59r sbort Leogttig, lll-saie- a, Strt, ' SOLD AND RECOMMENDED e, (Opposito Gljiulon. w' Country Produce Boughtjand Sold.---Hh&est W, - v ' Main Street, oyer Madison Irvine Streets. .J? jehniond, Uy. I by digging nB,i r. -- through t; two fooCbqck 4 SoldbyHIchtnoijdsDrag Co,' IW.G. fiA'- -." .. ZT""& Cash Market -r DRY GOODS TU?t S"T- '- - ..-4 - 3? ,.. est H3 --- ! &r f -- r j. J PricePaW., &, "s- -' VjW ' 1 'L V..Ji 1 9HAII 4 CO., RICHMOND,,. .. - -- ' - - ti E w&tt. ..rsi K ;' $&ii4i.. il hSSc j la - - HlJH J- - . ?; -- 0- ' weeklago, but was riot willing to ac- -- KTh- a-5- j' -- V f' .. :V ..v- tr. C ' ton, who is Governess in the family of to parts unknown. There of Judge Goodloo, has suspended her q is a shortage in his accounts esti- school and will spend the holidays at rUBUBHm KVKKT WEOKKSSAT BT mated at from $6,000 to $10,000. His her home. bondsmen are in charge of the office. Mr.E. P. Clark, of Ford, and Miss Go. Winnie Maupin, daughter of Mr. Judge Thompson and all other Cal. Maupin, will be married at the examining Judges in tho State will home of the bride's father In this t C CHEfiAULT, Proprietors and Editors. A. D. MILLER, hereafter get their regular fees of $2 city Thursday. per case. The Court of Appeals deMiss Lula Graham, accompanied PRICK PER YEAR, 91.50. cided to this effect in the contention by Miss Moody Porter, of Lancaster, IN ADVANCE, $1.25 between Judge Thompson and Audipassed through Richmond Tuesday tor Stone. on their way to Frankfort where WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1896. the they will spend the holidays. T. "Washington, Bookeii Mrs. R. H. Wolfe, of Georgetown, negro principal of tho State Normal advebhsing bates. and Industrial College for negroes, at and Mrs. "W. W. Watkins, of Mays-villM O H O $2 O e of their arc at tho Tuskegee, is being vigorously pushed a a !T a t . a a by his negro friends in Georgia and brother, Mr. Al. McCormick, who is ? S . S S K 2 ? Alabama for a place in McKinloy's seriously ill at his home on Sixth SPACE. New-port,hasfl- ed THE CLIMAX. Postmaster J. J. Hetscii. The Climax Printing -- e, o- - bed-sid- 3- r : r : p I i .- - f i ; : : r 7 10 00 cabinet. PARTY CANNOT PERISH. Street. : : j M llnch Inches, 3 Inches. Inches- 4 5 Inches. s $ $Col. Cot. W Col i CoL. 8 00 11 00 so 00k ss oi 600 75 3 50 3 00 3 50 4 00 j ioo(i5!:;$4jo;oo(in i jo j jo 00 00 50 3 50 4 00 6 00 500 900 17 00 13 95 5 00 600 lion 19 00 8 75 7 50 15 00 13 00 34 50 9 00' 18 00 97 oc 40 00 40 00 cooo 13 00 17 75 34 50 50 00 So so 3 50 43 on 60 001100 00 ij 11 VReadin notices 10 cents a line for first in tcrtioa, 5 cents a line Tor each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of refpeet and similar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. fob judge madisox couxty;coubt. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Judge of the Madison County Court. Bubject to the action of the Democratic party. P. H. Suli.iv AX. TOR JAILER. James 0. Lackey is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to tbe action of the Democratic party. A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the nction of the Democratic party. he was elected. We are authorized to announce P. "I am patriotic enough to wish B. Bkoaddus as candidate for Jailer prosperity to the American people of Madison county, subject to the under Mr. McKinley's administraaction of the Democratic party. tion or the administration of any and every president they may in FOK supt. public instruction. augurate, but I am not foolish Mbs. Joiix "Williamson is a can- enough to believe that reduction of didate for Superintendent Public In- currency will cure hard times or struction for Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic that increase of taxes will increase Representative McMillan, of Tenat some length Monday upon the future of theDemocrat-i- c party. "1 have no fear as to that," said Mr. McMillan. It can never perish while the people love our institutions and it adhears to the principle of Jefferson and Jackson. "Equal and exact justice to all men, political or religious," was laid dowri by Jefferson in 1801 as the essence of Democracy and will continue to be. "Proclaiming this principal, Bryan was duly and regularly nominated at Chicago. He carried about half the states on this principal, notwithstanding the fact that most of the banks and corporations and all the trusts opposed him, and the Democratic administration in power opposed him. He polled more votes than Mr. Cleveland got either time nessee, talked Miss Annie Fry, who has been employed by Mr. B. W. Turner as trimmer, and who has made many warm friends in Richmond, returned to her home in Covington last week. 3Iiss Ethel Heacox of Lexington, who lias been visiting her sister Mrs. Elmer Deatherago and Mrs. Judge Goodloo for several weeks will return to her home Judge A. R. Burnam, tho newly elected Judge of the Court of Appeals, went to Frankfort Friday where he took the oath of office. His duties will begin when Court meets January 4th. At tho Equal Rights State Convention held in Lexington on Friday of to-da- y. party. FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS. OF PUBLIC J. W. "Wagers is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOB CLEBK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. S. II. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOB SHERIFF. party. H. H. Colyer is a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. James C. Miller is a candidate are authorized to announce Green Clay a candidate for the office of City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J, Talbot Jackson as a candidate for City Attorney, of Richmon'd, Ky.. subject to the action of the Democratic party. AVe FOB CORONER. wealth. "Mr. McKinley advocated the single gold standard. He stood for more taxes and less currency, while Mr. Bryan stood for less taxes and more currency. Increase of taxes with decrease of currency cannot and will not produce prosperity under Mr. McKinley or any one else. Increasing population and business with a stationary currency cannot restore prosperity. "Tho Democratic party will win in 1900, notwithstanding the defeat of Bryan in 1890, just as Jefferson won in 1800, notwithstanding tho defeat of Jefferson in 179G. You ask if the men who nominated Palmer and Buckner will control? I know of no instance in history where about one hundred thousand, who separated from their party, came back and took control of the six or seven millions from whom they separated. Do you? Don't give yourself any uneasiness about the future of Democracy. Many parties in tho past have tried to attend the funeral of tho Democratic party. But in the 'round up' the Democratic party has buried them. It has believed in and practiced bimetallism in the past. It will war for it fearlessly in tho future, and will yet bring to the American peopto the free and unlimited coinage of silver, and insure to them just taxation and economic government." last week, the principal speakers were Miss Belle Bennett, Mrs. Mary B. Clay and Mrs. James Bennett, all of this city. Miss Nancy Willis gave a farewell party in honor of Miss Fry on last Thursday night, to which a number of young people were invited A very enjoyable evening was spent by all present. Miss Delia Ramsey, of Richmond, who is so pleasantly remembered hero as the pretty guest of Miss Clara Moore Sherley,.will visit this city in January, where she will make preparations for her marriage in February to a Danville gentleman. Louisvillo Sunday Truth. There was such a pleasant party at our depot yesterday handsomely attired and with gay boquets that we inquired which was the bridal pair. Each claimed to be, but they had simply been a house party with Miss Bessie Redmon, who was seeing them leave. They were Miss Nancy Hume, Irvine Hume Richard Lackey and C. F. Chenault, all of Madison. Kentuckian-Citizen. cept the assignment, and in another interview which Gov. McCreary had written the Secretary of War and Adjutant General, Capt. McFarland, U. S. A , was agreed upon for Military Is what gives Hood's Sarsaparllla its great popularity, its constantly Increasing Instructor at Cuntral University. He sales, and enables it to accomplish ita has boon notified, but his acceptance wonderful and unequalled cures. The has not been received. Just at this combination, proportion and process time army officers hesitate about used in preparing Hood's Sarsaparllla leaving their regiments, not knoware unknown to other medicines, and ing what contention between United make Hood's Sarsaparllla States and Spain on tho Cuban question may develop. It cures a wide range ot diseases becanse A Grand Success. of its power as a blood purifier. It acts directly and positively upop the blood, Tho Pinafore which was presented and the blood reaches every nook and at the court house last Friday night corner ot the human system. Thus all under tho management of that well tho nerves, muscles, bones and tissues known musician, Mrs. Jason Walker, come under the beneficent Influence ot was a success in every sense of the word, so much so thatit was repeated Saturday afternoon, when a good crowd again greeted the happy sailors and pretty sisters, cousins and aunts. Rhodes Shackelford, in his handsome costume, powdered hair One True Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle. and well impersonated The IJTer Sir Joseph Porter, IS. C. B. He was, FlOOd S FlllS euro easy to Ills; easjr to operate. 2ic talc) "officially speaking," tho man for the place. Mrs. Walker was very 2,473,321, as against 1,952,750, grown in lortunate in securing Mr. Bernard 1893. Nelms, of Lexington, to play tho hogs. part of Ralph Jlackstraw, who so The condition of feeding hogs averges tenderly loved Josephine, which part was taken and well acted by the 97, which is a considerable improvement beautiful Miss Rose Flautt, who since last report. 81 correspondents relooked even more beautiful than us- port hogs healthy and free from contagiual. Her singing was especially en- ous diseases, while 65 repoit hog cholejoyed by all. Mr. Irvine Brink, as ra prevailing. Capt. Corcoran, was extremely handIn Logan county hogs are reported as some and rendered his part dying from a new and very fatal disease. in a manner deserving much praise. When first attacked they become stiff Mr. A. D. Flora, out noted basso, as and finally die in convulsions. Dick Deadeye, although hated by OTHER LIVE TTOCK. the crew, was well liked by the auOther classes of live stock are reported dience. Mrs. Henry Perry, as Little in generally good condition. Pastures Buttercup, was a favorite with all, have held up reuiarkabla well; very lit and very quaint and attractive she tie feeding being nessary as yet. was in her jaunty little red hat and Lung Fever is reported as prevalent dress with her basket of trinkets for the among horses in Logan county, in many sailors. Mrs. Perry has a remarkably cases proving fatal. The supply of horses sweet mezzo soprano voice which is generally considered in excess of the sounded its .best on this occasion. demand, and the price prevailing is unMiss Mary Pattie, as Sister Hebe, satisfactory.! For sheep, cattle and hogs, looked her sweetest when hangingon the demand is fully up to the supply. the arm of the Right Honorable Sir The of horses and how Joseph Porter. It would bo beyond to dispose of them is a serious problem our power to stop to compliment and iu manj sections. dojjustice to the chorus of pretty girls FItUIT OUTLOOK. as they were all beautiful in their The period of high temperature that big white hats and dainty dresses. Mrs. Walker is certainly to be con- prevailed during November was verv ingratulated on having given to the jurious to fruit buds, notably peaches, people of Richmond the greatest cherries aud plumbs. These buds have treat of the season. The net sum of swelled to such an extent that they can$100 was realized, $75 of which will not withstand the full measure of cold. go the tho Infirmary and the re- Apple and pear buds also show the effects of the forcing weather, but they are maining $25 to the Public Library. Merit HERE'S YOUi! PORTUNITY. OP- nnnDDDnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnGa .rtiE--: A New Eight-volu- me En- W- cyclopaedia At About Your Own Price. Every one who has had occasion to consult tho cumbersomo old encyclopaedias for somo needed information, effectually concealed iu some lung articlo, will bo glad to know of tho uppearance of a now general reference work built along different linos, so that any child who can read may successfully consult it. Such a work is The New Standard American Encyclopedia in eight largo quarto volumes, and which embraces tho substancs of all tho other encyclopaedias, besides a very large .uuount of new matter none of them contain. It introduces a vast number of new words, names, facts, ideas, inventions, methods and developments. It trcat3, la all, over (50,000 topics, which is from 0,000 to 10,000 more than any other work. Tho publishers of the "Standard American" have also lavishly embellished tho now work. There are over 3,500 illustrations, which cover every conceivable subject, lending new interest to tho descriptions, and forming a succession of pleasing surprises. It also contains over 300 colored mar, charts, and diagrams, aud constitute a cora-pleatlas of the world such m no other .encyclopedia has undertaken to present. This feature will be found of the highest value In tho education of tho young, for the pictures and colored maps will have a distinct fascination for them, and thus prove an important incentivo to reading and study. The professional or business man, whose tlmo is money; tho teacher, who is called upon to at ouco answer all sorts of questions; tho toiling student and inquiring scholar, at homo or tho desk, will find in tho new work the no.st useful and practical library in tho world for qnick and ready rofcrenco on all subjects. One who owns it will possess the equivalent of a score of other reference books which woula co:st many times the price of this. Another feature in which tho new work stands absolutely alone, is in ita very full appendixes, which embraco over 100 subdivisions, including a Biographical Dictionary, a Dictionary of Technical Terms, a Gazetcor of the United Statos, Presidential Elections in the United States, Religious Summaries, State and Territorial Election Statistics, Statistic of the population of tho world, and a vcritablo mino of information on thousands of subjects of universal interest and importance. But it U in its treatment of recent subjects that tho Standard American will be found of paramount value. All other encyclopaedias aro from fivo to ten years old, and are silent regarding hundreds of topics that every referent o work should contain. Such, for instauce, as te to , X Peculiar to Itself lMjliHijjljJUiyuii'Jil Hood's Sarsaparilla eye-glass- Every one owing me will call at once nd settle their accounts a I must wind up my business by January 1st, 1897. All accounts must be paid at once or suit will be brought without 'It further notice. I can be found at my stand at .all times. 3 d D H. VttWMWWMUUU far J. STRENS. "r,fy,iy!J'MMjMm,Miiiii'; 3 1 D over-suppl- y : lis Sf n n rami en ml rani naral nnl ecmJtraraJ inrJ ranJ m captarcuLi3rTiJtaptiptipcjpiiiipLJiirTija3 r- mm llpJ fin arTrUsiTHJBi ijMfgj -i tr. -i !t. -i m rfc. .'-.. ? a..We are authorized to announce G. Up O. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, WB B "- . " subject to the action of the Demo-crnti- c Mr. Jerro Noland was in Irvine " WA ii i W .W a party. O Thursday. A. R. Talbott, of Paris, was here England pot what she needed, Saturday. $S$$$S$SS$$$S$$HSS$$SS$ good shaking up. i the lot Harry Shepherd, of Irvine, was Williams, of Brookstown, and is joining the home. A whole block liked by all who know her. It now seems that Gov. Bradley here Saturday. was recently purchased for this purwill call an extra session about Mr. Green B. Turley, Jr., and Miss pose. Work will probably begin on Judge G. D. Ingells,of Irvine, was CORRESPONDENCE. 10. Edlou Phelps, both of this city, were the edifices next year. There is a here Thursday. Capt. Speed. Smith has returned married at Lexington yesterday. great need for the institution, and The Senate has settled ono ele- from SSSSSSSSJ'SSSSSSSSiSSSSSSSiiSSSSSSSSSS K Miss Phelps has been visiting rela- the Kentucky Masons aro keenly Louisville. ment of doubt. The Dingley bill is COTTONBURG. tives in Lexington and was joined alive to it." Mr. W. D. Oldham attended Mt. no longer a possibility. there by Mr. Turley, where they Dr. Price is sick with the grip. The centennial of Kentucky Ma Sterling'Court Monday. for Sale or Rest, were made one, and inseparable. sonry, by the way, will bo a nota Miss Sallie Bogie, daughter of Peiry Two strong shocks of earthquakes mm Adele Saufley, of Stanford, is The groom is a son of Green B. TurJiiss ble event. Mr. Smith said this Bogie, who came to Hath Cottons some were felt throughout Wales and the guest of Miss Mary Logan. ley and is a prosperous farmer. His morning that the State Grand Lodge weeks ago on visit, was taking a sick and England, Thursday morning. STORE HOUSE, occupier! by Mr. D. B. Irvine has returned from bride is a daughter of Samuel Phelps, wouiu matco an eitort to liavo a M. "WiUcing. on Main street. has been confined to her bed ever since MY . ,1. a visit to relatives in Mercer county. of White Hall, and is an accom- great international conference in with ""L A new religious paper is to be esHMZ-i-NTTuenrousne&s. Dr Price, of this in Kicnmona, n.y., is ior sale or rent. STIES! T Mr. W. R. Letcher, Jr., is at home plished young lady. The Climax Louisville during the centennial place, Dr. Roberts, of Bichmond, and Possession given Jan. 1, 1897. Apply to tablished at Lexington. It will be year. If the meeting can be held it Dr. Middleton, of Kirksville, have been J. A. Sullivan. edited by George W. Kemper and from Yale College, for the holidays extends congratulations. frTiJS Sfrllllr&HlrSl MraUIplIljjP BJJlTrIairli'ijrli mmm I Rout. H. McCkearv. would attract the most notable body the attending physicians; her health , Mr. Win. Snowdenand Daniel Cha-neW. Brooks. 7HJ BITaaiTHiBiraEarraaiiiaira&iTaEJi JSfiHIEraiJS of Masons ever assembled in this seems to be very much improved. of Irvine, were here yesterday. country. A similar meeting was The Cincinnati Enquirer very Miss Ida Park, of Irvine, is visitAllen Tudor, his limbs properly reminds the gold standard ing friends and relatives at White Williamson, Thursday the 17th held in Chicago during the World's amputated four who has had to suffer a NEW YORK WORLD, times seems oeople that opposition is not afelony, Hall. of December, 1896, to the wife of Rev. Fair, and another was held during deal; it j; W. Williamson, of White Hall, the Philadelphia Exposition of 1876. great that he is the opinion of his relaK or even a misdemeanor, a bit of EDITION. totives will not recover. Miss Julia Higgins will leave advice they seem to need. A complete history of Masonry in a girl Esther Perry. day for Danville to visit Miss Mr. Leslie Cotton, son of 156 Papers a Year. Powell. Thursday night, Decem- Kentucky will be written Jjy H. B. Cotton, Jr , of this place, has Nathaniel 18 Pages a Week. been se The Federation of Labor at its Grant for the occasion. Louisville ber 17th, 1896, to the wife of'Charles lected by J. P. Simmons to serve as one Miss Letitia Crow will spend the annual meeting at Cincinnati last Times. among "weekly" papers in It stands-firs- t Powell, a bouncing boy. of his deputies; he is a man well quali- she, frequency of publication and freshness, week, adopted resolutions in favor of holidays in Danville, Frankfort and ttJCKY VmVERsiTt.J Miller. Monday night, Decemfied to fill the place. Mr. Simmons made variety and reliability of contents. It is y PJ the coinage of botli gold and silver Versailles. I I Kentucky Crop Report. U5 189G, to tho wife of Jack C. a dally at the low price of a weekly; and a wiee choice, into standard money at the present Miss Estelle Walker will spend ber 21st, its vast list of subscribers, extending to tvery girl, Ellen Gibson. legal ratio of 16 to 1, and the with- tho holidays with Miss Beecham, in Miller, a Mr. Richard Clark, of Covington, Ky., State and Territory in the Union and foreign Burnam. Mr. Robert Burnam is The report for December is made up and Mrs. L. AV. Long, widow of Perry countries, will vouch for the accuracy and fairholding of support from any party Lexington. the happy father of twins, a boy and from replies from 351 correspondents Long, deceased, were, on last Thursday, ness of its news columns. who did not favor it. The Federation WILBUR R. SMITH, PRESIDENT. Miss Kate Turpin, after a pleasant It is splendidly, illustrated and amonj- its and embrace 102 counties. The coun- united in the holy bonds of matrimony meets at Nashville next year. LEXINGTON. KY. sojourn at Cumberland Gap, has re- girl, which arrived Monday night. special features are a fine humor page, exties not reporting are Bath, Casey, El- at the home of the bride. They will haustive market reports, all the latest fashions XIrUCiCilUe cludina lC3m ISanki turned home. Hon. Roswell G. Horr died at Award or Mntnl and Diploma u C liott,. Fayette, Jackson, Johnson, Lee, spend their honey moon at the home of for women and a long series of stories by the ! Exposition for etc Mr. B. J. Clay has returned from his home in Plainfleld,"N. J., Friday. A Tboronch. EaUnrnilal and HonorrU Lincoln, Livingstone, Martin, McLean, the groom, in Covington, after which greatest living American and English authors, College, llundrofci of stadsata la altc: Mr. Horr achieved his greatest no- Canton, Ohio, where ho paid Major Norrs Hamilton Norris, aprom-ine- Ohio, Oldham, Pulaski, Spencer, Todd they will return to live on the farm al Cosan Doyle, Jekoms K. Jerome, tae past year, from 2) states. McKinley a visit. Builntu Coane consists of Hock Stanley Weyma, farmer and stock raiser, died and Tribble. Maoy S. Wilxcis, toriety in the joint debates with W. Business Ariinooetic. l'enmxnshtp. t asmthis place. Asthony Hope, LAir. Merchandising. Banking, i lit - . Bert Habte, at his home at College Hill at the age Miss Mary Carter, of Lincoln counH. Harvey, author of "Coins FinanManufactnrinc. Lectarea. Business WHEAT. R. C. Burton, Forest Snyder, Jadie Braxder Matthews, Etc Correspondence, etc. cial School," and made over ninety ty, is visiting Mrs. Sam. Phelps, on of ninety. Cot of Fall liaiinpu fontw. tnc!- - ' We offer Tnitton. Stationery and Board la a nice fJ " The usually favorable condition for Jones and Emmett Wheeler returned CLIMAX this uneqnaled newspaper and TUB speeches for the ffold standard in the the Otter Creek pike. about goo. together one year for SI. 65. The regthe wheat crop was maintained without from Illinois att Sunday. Shorthand. Typewriting and Telegraphy late campaign; but-likCol. Fellows ular subscription price of the two paqen- is Miss Ollie Baldwin has returned are apceialiieo; have special tciclitrs - i rooms, and can be taiea alone or n.Ui tae interruption through November until the , Rev. A. J. Pike, of Broadhead, Ky., S3.00. beyond his endurance. 2S worked from a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. H. Coarse. "" 28th. During that time thegrowth made pastor of Giliead church, preaches on Special department for ladles. Teachers' Association. Shanks, at Stanford. Situation.. The demand for our irradnarra The determination of the Amerwas unprecedented for the season; a Sunday after the first Saturday and the different departments of tnl3 Coiicgo t- The Madison County Teachers' AsSO YEARS' Miss Rose Flautt will spend tho ceeded its supply. ican Bimetallic union to keep up third Saturday and Sunday in each vigorous condition EXPERIENCE. Ixlnct03. Ky. the location of Prof. Sx. holidays in Carlisle, the guest of sociation was held at the Caldwell On November 28 was firmly established. month. College, is noted for Its healtafnlness an.) the fight all along the line will have a sudden and decided climate: has 3 cjorches and 11 bants. Acei High School building Saturday. Tho .Miss Elizabeth Spencer. Ible or its many railroads. the solid support of every bimetal-lis- t. change in temperature occurred, bring Ko Taeatlon. Enter now. Graduates surcea-roMr. Richard McKee has returned morning session began at 10 o'clock. ing me mercury aown to 13 aegrees The people who voted for free ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS For circulars address Its President. in n An interesting program, 'consistcoinage at the late election will stay from a pleasant visit to his aunt, Mrs. WILBUR B. SMITH; Lexington, Xy. Are shown in three pieces, a spray for many sections. --- Hing of addresses on different subjects with it. All there is needed is to K. O. Clarke, of ML Sterling. The reports on condition of growing the skirt which is almost always used from various teachers of tho town more and there are about gain a few Dr. H. R. Gibson was called to crop give an average of 101. It may be on the leftside, n wreath for the neck, TRADE MARKS. and county, had been arranged. 6,500,000 missions in the service. DESIGNS. Virginia last week to attend his Prof. D. well to mention that the form for and a bunch for the head. Shoes arid HON. C. T. CALDWELL, OOPYRICHTS An. J. Clark, former principal of KICHMOMh KENTUCKY. Anyone sending a sketch and description mar brother who-i- seriously ill. hosiery must match the costume, and the reports were in the hands Caldwell High School, in his usuali rtlT ascertain, ftee. whether an lnrentlon Representative McCreary, of Miss Olie Communlcatlona strictli March, of Bloomington, pleasant way, made the welcome of correspondents since the middle of satin slippers have bended toes in steel, probably patentable.agency for securing petent-i- lit s s S2SS-- confldentfaL Oldest Kentucky, of the Foreign Affairs of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recun America. We hare a Washington office, o November and were, a majority of pearl or irid scent colors, finished by a said: "If the Cameron Illinois, is the guest of Mrs. Wm. address. Prof. Chandler, of Central cases, made up before in cold Committee, S.teintLraif:.ihrouh MuEn Co. receln pedal notice In the the snap The rosette and buckle on the instep. Black mends Wrights Celery University, read an able paper on resolutions come to the House they Farloy on Lancaster Avenue. SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, .Mr. Owen Stagner, of near Rich- tho English language and other only mention of damage by the freeze is patent leather shoes are in good dewill be referred to the Committee on Capsules. found in the reportslast mand, and bronze also, which is admisForeign Affairs, of which I am a mond, was the guest tho past week of subjects, such asdecipline in school. possible that were a fullreceived andit is sible with any d account of the skirt. Geography, mathematics, etc., were L'Atjkts sent free. Addreu member. Therefore, I do not think his cousin, Mr. James W. Shearer. Parkeesbokg, V,'. Va., discussed, much to the benefit of all effects of the severe weather taken, the MUNN & CO., Mrs. Fanny Shelby Miller, of Lexit proper to express fully my views per. oitage of condition wouldbe reduced. 361 Broad war. NewTfork. January 264 l'o-ThAwarded as to what should be done. While I ington, is visiting Mrs. Wm. Irvine, present. A most elegant dinner McCracken1, tho last comity to report, Highest Wright Mkj. Co., sympathize 'with tho Cuban patri- and will probably spend most the was served in the third story cf the Honors World's Fair, Has Recently Baea Converted Into a Modern Palace building. A short session was held states, "early wheat considerably, damots and hope that Cuba will eventu- winter here. Columbus, Ohio. aged from late freeze." . Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling of the Finest Quality. ally become a republic, I think we Mr. John Hamilton passed through in the afternoon, but adjourned in Gentlemen: I have been using In the counties of Breckinridge, Da- time to attend the Pinafore Matinee. . should not act hastily on a question Richmond Saturday en route to 2000 Yards o! Brilliant, NaV Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors Wright's Celery Capsules since Xoveni-iew, Hardin, Larue and Owen, the flv of such importance, and that we Mr. Hamilton has been in Kan- New Military Instructor For Central Univer- is reporte1 as damaging early wheat, ber, 1S94. and find them to be as recomOF PARLOUS AND UPPRR HALLS. - - should have the clearest evidence sas for the past year. sity. mended. I first bessin taking them coajr. and thejullest information before Gov.McCreary, who obtained from while at Hot Springs. Aik. under treat Mr. J. W.Park, of Station Camp, Offices and DlnlngRoom Bsautlfully Dzcprtsd and Bril any action ts taken by the House. passed through our city ment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and The corn crop is practically all cribbc d last Wed- Congress the legislation which PATS THE.. . . message of 1836 nesday eu route to President Jackson's caused the Secretary of War to as- in good condition. Verv few corresliantly Lighted Stomach trouble. Constipation which I Winchester, Lou.in regard to Texas was able and wise isville sign an- army officer to Central Uni- pondents consider ihequalSty more than had been a long sufferer. I found the and other points. Its Equipments-throughou- t !the general policy of our governare without a Superior in the South'rato of Celery Capsules pive me great relief Miss Catherine Blanton, daughter versity, has had several Interviews an average. Eveoirom counties where ment at present should be as much since his return to Washington, with the yield is reported largest complaints Charges Considered from the beginning and have used them in line as possible with his sugges- of Chancellor Blanton, of Central the Secretary of War and the Adju. T0U PAT FOR TOE . ever since. With pleasure, and unsothat tbe weight is not in protion at that time. I think Mr. Cleve- TTnivorsity,is visiting her sister Mrs. tant General for tho purpose of hav- portion to bulk. The late corn licited, I recommend them to any and 'in par land in his late message well said : ui:nett T. DickKon at Paris. ing another Army officer appointed ticular is of inferior quality all suffering with like afflictions or either Mr. j,..imett Lilller, of Irvine, Military Instructor .at Save Been Expended in THis.Recent Improvement. "The TJpited States has a character Central Uniof them. Very truly yonre. The yield per acre averages 27 bushto maintain which plainly dictates stopped over in Richmond Thursday versity in placo of Captain Wygant, els, which is one bushel like .than the Charles T Caldwell-Sol- d that right and Dot might should be en route to Hclenwopd, Tennessee, Iwho recently returned to his regi- - normal .average yield. "Tjulj, number of A MOST PERFECT MADE. , L , pyre Crape Cream tfrfatoffim?-ma Nii x SFWin il. by T. S. flagan, Druggist. "Price whre he will make his future home. jmenL the rale of . T ' Vl' m ".. the tenth in-,- f, acres, grows ia. tlStetefjEor aSW, i&a from Ammonia, Akrni or wv etar afcritenat. " -- ' 8 easts aad S1.00 per br. Call at drug "?" , --' .i a : wMlsa JeaBete;k"Fret,''of Lexing'- iuu;i tt a a.; nmagtecu uyvu t howB"byJrttortaf of eoMrfytiMnmnri.-i- a- CkKI'nVva .'s '" . . rrZ. - i.vl . 'PhoMjros - J" j- ter m ? ... . cv j- -r M x Jssi:? Jr j, .7. - w "." twr-T5 't,.-,T' . ljt?W" 4-ift&'j. ' Oi. r t" i l?x r:'. 41?, .r TiW"-- it- w Ktri. r - r- Iffr- U' r W r:OiftrJ IFV-rss-- ' ?,., - PERSONAL. producing 10,441,806 bushels. Of oats there was produced 4,025 614 bushels. Tobacco, 298,614 acres, produced 229,972,-48- 2 pounds. Hay, 409,S30 acres, proupon the charity of their brethren. His duced 924.9S2 tons. The total for the Tho marriage of Rev. H. G. Turner to have an endowment of $50,-00- 0, hemp crop is 8,840,717 pounds. There and Miss Ella West, of Georgetown, idea is of which $28,000 has already been were also produced 99,067 bushels of which was to have taken place Demove- barley, 272,257 bushels of grass and cember 2, but was postponed on ac- subscribed. Speaking of the ment this morning at the Fifth Av- clover seed. count of the latter being ill with ho said: enue "We have The publication of monthly crop rescarlet fever, was solemnized on last every Hotel, assurance that it will materia- ports will close with this issue until the Wednesday evening, December 16. lize most successfully. Only last opening of the growing season next Mr. T. B. Elkin and Miss Mollie night $1,000 was subscribed by the season, Williams were married yesterday at Kosair Temple of Shriners of LouisI desire to express my to thanks and the residence of John Tribble, at ville. We intend to have the build- the obligation of the Bureau to the corBrookstown, Rev. Martin, pastor of ing completed in time to be dedicat-cate- d respondents throughout the State and to the Brookstown Christian church, at the centennial celebration solicit their further valuable services officiating. Mr. Elkin is a young of Kentucky Masonry, which will when the work is resumed, business man, of Ford, and a brother be celebrated in 1900." Lucas Moore, of James Elkin, of College Hill. His "Our plan is,"continued Mr. Smith, Commissioner of Agriculture. bride is daughter of Mr. George "to erect the infirmary on ad- Miss Emma Dejarnett entertained a number of her friends last Saturday evening, at her home on the Tates Creek pike. Those present were Misses Florence Bond, of Tennessee, Ethel Heacox, of Lexington, Jennie Feland, of Stanford, Nancy Willis, Sue Deatherage, Jennie and Leta Feland, Jeannette Frost, of Lexington ; Messrs. Tom and John Arnold, Geo. Simmons, Charlie Douglas, Caleb Shearer and John Goodloo: Infirmary ior the Masons. MARRIED. J. Speed Smith, of Richmond, one of the most prominent Masons in the State, is in the city in the interest of the proposed infirmary which is to be built as an adjunct of Masonic Widows' and Orphans' Homo, on Second street. Tho poposed institution is for the uso of aged and disabled Masons. The movement for tho infirmary was started a year ago by Mr. Smith. He saw tho need of the institution, as there are scores of worthy members of the craft who are dependent hardy at a lower temperature than wo may ordinarily expect in this lattitude. The present outlook is not flattering for stone fruit to say the least, while in the case of apples and pears there is yet no ground for serious apprehension. STATISTICAL. I m ATTTTTO A.T-- - The acreage aud yield of the various crops in the State for 1896 as compiled from the reports of the county assessors are: Corn, 2,473321 acres, producing 63,550,093 gig bushels. 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G- - T5 ' , T c 'r-;v- v' V; sc- - ..3' 31& .f "- -- - ,v-- N due hero at 7:33 p. m. now arrives at 7:00 p. m. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1896. Seven Points, 2 :23, a valuable pacing gelding, tho property of A. R. Talbott, was stolen Mule stolen. Sec ad. from his stable near Paris on the Residence on North street for night of December 15. rent. See ad. A correspondent of the Cynthiana Mixstkels at Opera Hous&to-nigh- t. Courier says: "There is nothing See notice elsewhere. belter as a preventive of hog cholera Mrs. C. Hunley is dangerously than slack stone coal given twice a week. Have tried it thoroughly. My ill at her home on Second street. neighbors lot nearly all their hogs Several of our correspondents were last spring. I have not had a sick unavoidably rushod out this week. hog for four or five years. Try it and Caldwell High School will cloho you will see." tomorrow at noon for the holidays. A good investment pays you a large The finest lino of silverware ever per cent in savings, no risk and a great comfort to own 6iich stock. You have in Richmond at E. H. P. Palmer's. been working ery hard, and saving up Children, get your stockings your hard earned dollars, you do not ready, old Santa will be here tomor- want to make a risky investment. Our row night. specialty is the best and cheapest line of Reduced rates to all points via. suits and overcoats in town, which there is no risk in buying. the L. & N. R. R. on account ChristMake yourself an mas holidays. Xmas present, only a few days left. The Kntucky ISxcolsior and Covington & Mitchell. Matress Plant for sale at Irvine. See Democratic Paper at Shepherd sville. ad. el.scwhere. The Salt River Tiger, a weekly Miss Florida Gib-o- n closed her Democratic paper published at made its debut last Wedschool at Blue Grass Friday with apnesday. It, is a seven column paper propriate exercises. and chuck full of news. Rev. E. H. Burnam will preach Died at Irvine. in the Baptist church at this place Saturday and Sunday. James B. Ashcraft, ono of Irvine's My residence and of land wealthiest and and most prominent for rent. West Main street. Richmond. citizens, died at his home Friday C H. PIGG. morning of typhoid fever. Buried Saturday with Masonic honors. Coleman XcfT bought five hunPaducah Newspaper to Change Hands. dred dozen egg and one hundred Tho Evening News is soon to turkeys in Estill county Thursbo sold, the purchaser being Mr. day. James E. Robertson, one of the The Lexington and Richmond stockholders. Mr. Henry E. ThompTurnpike company was fined $500 son will likely be retained as managfor failing to keep their road in re- ing editor. Shep-herdsvill- THE CLIMAX. The L. & N. passenger frain,form-erl- y praising Cliauiberlain'a Colic, Cholera andJMarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of Aualieim, California, purchased a bottle Dr. J. C. Bishop,of Agnew, pilich., of it for his own use and is now as ensays: "I have used Foley's Honoy and thusiastic over its wonderful work as Tar in three very severe caaes of pneu- anyone can be The 23 and 50 cents"8 monia the past month, with good results. for sale by W. G. White. 23 29 Sold by W. G. White. 2G 29 Small pox is reported to he raging in . Ac&ing Joints the principal saa-potowns of Japan. Announce the presence oft Pigg has.the largest lino iday goods in his city. For Pneumonia. o'f hol- After hearing somefriendscontinpally ti "Tils rheumatism rt e, nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts plcasantefforts. rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, bat simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value pood health. Its beneficial effects are due-t- the fact, that it is the one remedy which promstes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If atSicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and givesmost general satisfaction. o well-inform- With Gladness Comes a better understanding of the which causes untold Buffering, Rheu-matis- n is due to lactic acid in the blood. It cannot be cured by liniments or other outward applications. Hood's Sarsa-paril- a purifies tho blood, removes the cause of rheumatism and permanently cures this dieease. This is the testimony of thousands ot people who once suffered the pains of rheumatism but who have actually been cured by taking Hood's Sareaparilla. Its great power to act upon the blood and remove every impurity is the secret of the wonderful cures by 26 29 Hood's Sarsaparillo. Has found that her little o nes are im proved more by the pleasant Syrup of Fics, when in need of the laxa'tive effect of a gentle remedy than by any otiier, and that it is more acceptable to them. Children enjoy it and it benefits thcui. The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is raanu factured by tho California Fig Syrnp Company only. Sold by W. G. White. 26 29 So thorough is For Hors:ncs3 Benj. Ingerson, of nutton, Ind., says he had not spoken above a whiper for months, and one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar restored his voice. It is used very largely by speakers and Singers. Sold by W. G. White. 26 29 A child of Mr. and Mrs. LythTUrancb, living near Middlesboro, was fatally scalded by falling into a kettle of boiling lard. The Busy Bee Cash Store Has jest completed a' purchase of Tw6 Thousand Dollars worth of New Stylish ,s; M M Wraps f AND Vsrt r Jackets. At the excellence of Ayer's lat Matron Chosen. pair. There is talk of E&till county citizens organizing a company that will go to help Cuba gain her independence. Elder V. F. Smith, pastor of the Christian church, will preach his farewell sermon to that congregation next Sunday. "Wallace & Rice have removed tin lr stock of goods to the Farley building, one door above the D. M. It Is Always The Case handsomest Christinas goods in the city This Christmas lie surpasses all others in nice pres ents and at reasonable prices. His 25 cent counter is better than ever; don't fail to examine his elegant line. Will Wed To-da- y. That D. I. Armer lias the You Can Be 'Well When your blood is pure, rich and nourishing for nerves and muscles. The The choir consists of Miss Mary blood is the vital iluid, and when it is Brutal Murder of a Negro at Nicholasville. Patti, soprano; Miss Maud Keith, poor, thin and impure you must either ing. Henry Harris stabbed" Grant Over-stre- contralto; Mr. Mehan, Tenor; Mr. suffer from Borne distrssing disease or you Jeff Partan,the mountan desperto deatii in Nicholasville Joo Giunchigliani, bass; W. A. will easily fail a victim to sudden changes ado, w lio was arrested in Nicholas-Mil- e exposure, or overwork. Keep your blood Thursday. The tiouble was caused Thomas, organist and director. for hooting at the negro War-fielpura with Hood'6 Sareaparilla and be through Harris abusing the infant made his escape from the city In Good Condition. well. workhouse, Thursday, along with child of Overstrect's friend. The Before adjourning tho grand jury deceased admonished Harris to defour prisoners, in a very mysterious usual inspection of the Hooa'sPill3 are thebe6t pill; sist, and without any provocation made theirand found ui'iuner. county jail it excellent Harris drew a dirk and stabbed him condition. The followingin certificate assist digestion, cure headache. 25 cents. Shackelford & Gentry, our well twice in tho breast and once in the It was signed by the jury: known hardware merchants, have arm. Owens-borThe'deadbodyof Roy Drake, of Richmond, Ky., Dec. 1G.1S96. been awarded the contract to put A Former C. U. Student Honored. was found in McLean county. He We, the grand jury, having examroofs on four of the coaches- - believ. David Sweets, a former C. U. ined the jail on December, 15, 1896, was out hunting and his gun exploded Rev. longing to the It. X. I. & B. railroad. This is a fax) contract and work will student, and well known to our peo- and find the same in excellent con- while he was climhinc a fence, the load ple, having married one of our most dition in every particular. The pris- entering his body, killing him instantly. b gin at once. popular young ladies, Miss Bessio oners say thoy are well fed and have A drowning man would have little uec George Barclay, of Conway, who McDowell, sister of Mrs. C. S. Holton, comfortable quarters. We commend for a method of rescue which would rewas sent to the penitentiary some has been elected as State Clerk and the jailor, John F. Wagers, as .a time agoforkukluxingin Rockcastle Treasurer of the Louisville Pres- competent and efficient public ser- quire days. A dyspeptic doesn't want to bother with a remedy thntisjroingto take county, was pardoned by Governor bytery in place "bf Rev. Irvine, vant. w eeks to show its beneficial effects. Bradley a short time before his term who, after a service of twenty-fiv- e W. F. AltUUCKLE, The Mount Lebanon Shakers are offering expired on account of the death of years resigned, having accepted a Foreman Grand Jury. a, produce under the name of Shaker DiBarclay's wife. call to Bowling Green. gestive Cordial which yieldsimmediate reThe Bazaar given by the ladies The finest line cf clocks over in lief. The very first dose proves beneficial of the Baptist church on last Thurs- Richmond will be found at E. H. P. in most cases; and it is owinj; to their unday Friday and Saturday, proved Palmer's jewelry store. bounded confidence in it, that they have Hint a success. Lots of pretty artiMotan, Clias Pgg, Mncil V Circuit Court. put 10 cent sample bottles on the market. cles wore sold and the lunch which Mathews, Nannie liroadtis, M These can he had through any druggist; Tho jury in the case against John Martin, C II Campbell, Lula was served eacli day was well inand it will repay tne afflicted to invest the Crawford, Armina Parmer. Sarron dulged in by a number of our cit- McHono for the killing of Champ Stephcson, trifling sum necessary to make a trial. Ann MrbClars, Maggie were unable to reach a verMullins izens. Gregeory. l) J Mrs The Shaker Digestive Cordial relieves dict, and Judge Scott discharged Sinmons, Henry HE The Kindergarten school, under them. Eleven of the jury were for William, Maggie Hans, W D by resting the stomach and aiding the diHam, White, Margret the supervision of Miss Hood, will acquittal and one for conviction. The gestion of food. King.J C have their Christinas celebration grand jury was discharged Thursday J B. WILLIS, Postmaster. this morning in their room at Madi- morning, aftor returning thirty-thre- e Lszol is the best medicine for children. Found in a Serious Condition. son Institute, after which the little indictments. Charles James was acDoctors recomiuended it in place of Castor Last Saturday evening while pass- Oil. tots Will be ready to see Old Santa quitted Friday for tho killing of It and be free until after the happy New Jacob Garrison. The jury was out ing through the McCreary building Sterling W. Turner, a member of the on his way to tho Sigma Ku FraterYear. only ten minutes. nity Hall, Leslie Evans was attracted junior class of Vanderbilt University, ftt From now until January 15, the John Willett Killed. by cries for help. Following the Nashville, Tenn., Committed, suicide by Climax will send the Home and John Willett, tho sound he was lead to the room of cutting his throat with a razor. Turner Farm, one of the best agricultural years old, lived at son of Mr. J. T. Willett, who Pat Cunninghau, in the third story was twenty-thre- e papers in tho South, one year free to Wartrace, Tenn., and was suffering from all new subscribers, and to those formerly lived in this county, waso of the building. After reaching tho the effects of Mays-villroom he immediately lighted a paying up arrearages and subscrib- killed Saturday afternoon in by a C. & O. train. He was in a match, but could not see any one. Loose clothes and dow ay cushionsbring ing for the year 1897. Call at this ofbuggy with Roe Hall, a young man Upon inquiry he found Mr. Cunning- only a negative sort of comfort to the wo fice and get a sample copy. twenty-tw- o years of ago, and they ham under the bed unable to jnovo, suffering with some disease The annual report of the Com- were crossing tho track when the en- in which condition he had been since man who is or derangement of the organs distinctly missioner of Internal Revenue gine struck them. Willett was in- 10 o'clock Friday morning. Mr. feminine. Some clothes and some posishows: During the year in Ken- stantly killed, and when the train Evans immediately summonsed make the pain and the discomfort 13 registered distilleries were stopped Hall was lying on the cow Stuart Jones ond several others, who tion tucky 6ecm less. Perhaps the nerves are most seized and 91 illicit distilleries seized catcher, breathing his last. Both succeeded in getting him to his bed. diand destroyed. There were manu- were terribly mangled. The horse Dr. Foster was called in and on ex- affected and this in turn disturbs the gestion Nothing will ever completely re42,G3l,GQ3 escaped injury, but the buggy was amination found that lie was sufferfactured in Kentucky lieve but a radical cure. The start of cigars and 272,500 cigarettes. Shelbyville Sentinel. ing from a stroke of paralysis. ' There 'feraalo complaints" may be a very Mr. Willett will bo remembered by was no fire in the room and the door A suitable present for young ladies slight thine indeed. It may be that in the to give her4 best fellow" or brother is many of our citizens as. a student of was open, and he would probably beginning some small hygienic measures 1891-9have frozen to death had he lain in would stop the trouble. Certainly at this nke handkerchiefs and neckwear. For Central University in that condition all night. He was time, a little bit a niother, her "old man" or dear boy, All Is Not Quiet Yet. right medicine taken to the Infirmary and is slowly would stop it. When the trouble becomes same as above with addition of some toll-garaiders improving. It seems that the colored and are ''Manhattan" beautiful worse, it is harder to cure, but still it can still on the war path, their latest white shirts with a few socks thrown in. scenes of action being at Pekin, in Don't be persuaded into buying lini- bo cured. Dr. Pierce's Fayorito PrescripWe have all these. Coviogtou & Mitch- Jessamine county. Several weeks ago ments without reputation or merit tion will positively curoany trouble of this ell. gate was cut down by a mob, on Chamberlain's Tain Balm costs no more, character. It may beabsolutely relied upthat A practical woman of this town accountof which the previous keep- and its merits have been proven by a on, affords lasting relief to a woman remarked the other day that she read er resigned, his place being filled by test of many years. Such letters as the whose natural modesty has kept her from the advertisements in a newspaper j Robt. Grimes, a fearless man. All following, from L. G. Bagly, Hueneme, consulting a physician. Send 21 cents in one cent stamps to more closely thau anything else. went well with him until last Tues- Cal , are constantly being received: "The "And long ago," she said, "I quit day night, when some one posted on best remedy for pain I have ever used is World's Dispensary Medical Association, buying of those who do not advertise. his door a large sheet of paper on Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and I say bo Buffalo"N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's It always seems thn;the merchant which was drawn a man banning by after having used it in my family for sev- 1008 page "Common Sense Medical Adwho advertises invitesme to trade his neck to a limb. Beneath the eral years." It cures rheumatism, lame viser, profusely illustrated. It with him, while the one who does drnwingavas the following: "Take hack, sprains and swelling. For sale by men- or FAVCUFVXi 2d 29 WANTED travel lor responsible esnot advertise impresses me with the warning! Resist not those who W. G White. ho doesn't care enough for would set the people free ! Collect no idea that Thepersonwhodislurbed the congrega- tablished house in Kentucky. Salary my trade to ask for it. Then too X more toll or yottr-aowill be tion last Sunday by .coughing is request $f80 and expenses. Position permaknow that the merchant who adver- sealed 1" Mr. Grimes is not fright- ed to call on W. G. Wthite and .get a nent. Reference. Enclose ' envelope. Tho tises has fresher goods3 for the reason ened and says hewill be ready for a bottle of Foley's Honeyand Tar which "National, stamped Insurance SNrM Star " ,2t..-," 26 29 I suppose he bells jiiore." 32x. mob when it comes. Chicago: alwBya gives relief. tub-senb- Bright stand. A "grand pig walk" will bo the fiature of a ehureh entertainment at Mt. Sterling Christmas week. The prize to be a live pig. Mr. Al McCormick, the accommodating operator at the Western I'nion Telegraph ofiice, is very ill at hi home on Sixtli street. Rev. H. W. Virgin, pastor of the Baptist church at Nicholasville, will be married in Xcw Orleans on Dec. 31 . to Miss J. GofL (iold, silver and diamonds, the nicest line ever in Richmond, at Palmer's. To be convinced of thK fact go and see. It will cost you nothing to examine. E. II. P. Panner, has received some of the handsomest jevelry, clucks, watches, and in fact, the nicest line of holiday goods ever shown in Richmond, and invites the public inspection. Stock in and around Middles-burCasey county, are alfected with a curious disease, for which no one can account. Over one hundred cows and hores have died of the pestilence in a radius of five miles. The Cincinnati Enquirer and the Cumax both one year for $1.35. The Thriee-a-weo- k Xew York World and e Climax $1.G-j- . Come in and your winter reading and for In- prepared for the long winter eveng. - Mr. Samuel Todd and Miss Clyde Talbott will be married at the residence of Col. J. W. Caperton, on the Big Hill pike, today at high noon. The attendants will bo Mr. Eugene Todd and Miss Kittic French. Now is the time to select your Christmas present. Go to E. H. P. Palmer, where you can find anything you want in this line. Announcement for Coroner. Do-zie- r, In its proper place will be found the announcement of Mr. G. O. for Coroner. Mr. Doier is the proprietor of the Madison Monumental Works, and is a true gentlemen, and the ofiice could not be given to a man more suited for the place. Not Familiar With the Styles. A gentleman from near Hanly was told by his wife to call at one of our millinery establishments last Saturday and get her a hat of the Tarn O'Shanter style, but the old gentleman got the name somewhat mixed and asked for one of those "damn Shanghais." Jessamine Journal. Date of Sale Set. January 23 ha been set as the day for selling tho Richmond, Xicholas-vill- e, Irvine & Beattyville railroad property. The property has been offered for sale three times, the last date being December 8. The upset price was fixed by the court at $150,-00It is thought that the lien holders will buy the property. The largest assortment of Christmas goods ever in. Richmond will be found at Palmer's jewelry store. 0. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and entertaining specialties. Don't fail to see and accident. a favorito remedy for sore nipples; hear the following artists: C. Edchapped hands, chilblains, frost ward Dicken, the powerful profundo; B. C. Neuralgia is tho prayer of the nerves and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bites box. Pomeroy, for 40 weeks at Alhambra, London, England; E. I. Hoy, the triple voiced vocalist, for pure blood. Hood's Sareaparilla is Cady-Dr. Condition Powders, are Shelley & Cook, America's greatest operatic the One Blood Purifier and Nerve buildhorse duo; Callan and Haley comedians, singers er. It just what a Tonic, needs when in bad condition. blood purifier and and dancers; Flynn and Xolan, Irish knock They are not food but Moses Green and Will Thompson, vermifuge. about, comedians; Delavoy and Frits, comedians; II. Marmadukc Wade, tho farmers of Fayette count, were ar- medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 great artist. rested charged with having very badly zeata per package. frightened Mrs. Clemons during the abHigh School Entertainment. sence of her husband. Dickcn's Christmas Carol, which was presented so ably by the pupils Buckingham's Dye for the w hisk ere is of the Caldwell High School at the best, handiest, safest' surest, cleanest, White & Bush opera house last Sat- most economical and satisfactory dye From ray barn, near Sihcr Creek, Monday urday night, was enjoyed by a large ever invented. It is the gentlemen's night, a mouse colored mule, about 15 hands high, 10 or 12 years old. A liberal reward audience. The young people showed favorite. It will be paid for return of same. 29 signs of the deep interest they had K. H. TURNER. Harry Sheley, a four- - ear old boy, taken in the aifair, and they were well awarded for their good work and was burned to a crisp at his home in study on this most interesting little Nicholasville Wednesday, To the aged, with their poor appetite, play. Besides the Carol, a number of pretty songs had been prepared feeble circulation, and impoverished and were well rendered. Great credit blood, Ayer's Sareaparilla is a boon beis due Prof. Hough and Miss Estill yond price. Its effect is to check the I OFFER for rent mv residence on North street, for the year 1S97. The Walker, who trained the young peo- .ravages of time, by imigorating every organ, nerve, and tissue of the body. building contains eight rooms and a good ple. cellar; splendid cistern on premises, flue See Ayer's Almanac for tho new year. Christian Service. garden, good barn and all necessary outIt building's; fruit trees and grape vines. Tnere will be special service at the terms apply While Miss Nannie Wax, who lives in For L. Crutcher. to the undersigned or Catholic church, beginning at 12 W. o'clock, midnight. Christmas eve. Virginia, was visiting relatives near Har T. II. CHENAULT, 29 - Richmond, Ky. The following programme will be Ian, she tnadean attempt to drown herself but was discovered iu time to save her carried out : Salt-Rheum Miss Mary Spencer Smith, daughter of the lato Dr. C. C. Smith, has been chosen as Matron of the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary. The position was formerly filled by Miss Lou Murray, who resigned recently to accept a The son of William Paynter, a farmer similar position in the Jennie Cassa-d- y Infirmary at Louisville. Miss of Mt. Olivet, tics accidentally shot Smith is an excellent lady and is while out rabbit hunting. well fitted for this work. An attempt was made to wreck a pasAl Opera House senger train on the Louisville Southern Melbourne's Modern Minstrels, the supreme near Versailles, last Monday. Two men favorites and all star troupe of 25 artists, will working near saw a negro placing somebe seen at White & Bush's Opera House toinvestigatnight. Prof. Seiwert's champion challenge thing on the track, and after band and symphony orchestra. The ridiculous ing, found several spikes driven between combined with refinement and gentility; 8 the rails and a plow point on tiie tail, sweet singers; 10 comedians; a large number of which would have caused a disastrous n The three-stor-y candle factory ot the An efficacious remedy for lung effec-tion- s, Standard Oil Company, of Cleveland, 0 , throat disorders and all brouchial was destroyed by fire. Loss $30,000. troubles is found in Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. This medicine lias made marFor Zi&noy Troubles. velous cures and is justly ranked among there is nothing better than Foley's Kidthe most important remedies of the age. ney Cure. Everyone who tries it will agree to this. Sold by W. G. White. It 26 29 Hair Vigor that it can be used with benefit by any person, no matter what may be the condition of thebaic and, in every case, it occasions satisfaction and pleasure, in addition to the benefit which conies from its use. It At this time of the year a cold is very easily con traded and if left to run its course without the aid of some reliable cougii m( (" one is liable to result in that dread ! j;e, pneumonia. We know of n remedy to euro a cough or Id than Chamberlain's Couch Remedy. have used it quite extensively and i has always given entire satisfaction. Olagah, Ind. Ter. Chief. This is tho only remedy that is known to be a certain pieventive of pneumonia. Among the many thousands who have used it for colds and la grippe, we have never yet learned of a biugle case having resulted in pneumonia. Persons who have weak lungs or have reason to fear an attack of pneumonia, should keep the remedy at hand. The 25 and 50 cent sizes forsale by W. G. White. 26 29 h.-ti- a Closing Out Price made by the Manufactures, and they are now on sale at Prices never before named on GARMENTS in the rSTaF5 v Very Height Of Fashion. Come,.. With the crowd, don't DEPARTMENT Is crowded daily with customers who are eager to get a New Jacket or Wrap for a mere trifle or a Child's Cloak for a let these good things pass you and you not getyourshare. When it Rains Soup set out your The First National bank of Hollidays-hurPa., has been compelled to suspend business on account of a heavy run made by its depositors g, n & i S In, addition to this enormous lot of M m tf Wraps and Jackets - kj s Break-nec- k g, death-defyin- g j"-it- IfcS&fc vrf " STOLEN! 2 ml j&l'r C4S2 ..' Q2. ' that we have recently purchased, we are closing out all of the other Jackets that were bought early in the season at Startling Prices, way below Cost of Manufacture. 98 6 rhlMran'c wuiuuua Misses rlnil-- c onf WUOMUUU al-- &m, ::::S2 e '.11 Jackets ;: NS y 7 I?j most given away. Issihe For Rent! Respectfully, 25-2- 1 W. D. OLDHAM & CO. V C... If 1 f tt'fr3&&tt3fr&3,&S&3&$$$$t 4 Kj na Glone in eicclcis, Deu Offeratory adudte Fidellis. . Cedor Sanctus Benedictns . Agnus Dei . Buhlcr Farmer Farmer Farmer Buhler Farmer life Notice to Creditors ! All persons holding claims against the estate of Henry O. Willerford, vrill present same properly verified to me or my attorney's, J. C. and D. M. Clienault, on or before February 1, 1S97, , 29-3- 2 Wallace... Have removed to the 9 et made. or same will be barred and settlement J. R. IIENHY. Admr. of Henry O. Villerford. ice m d, PUBLIC SALE! I will offer for sale at my farm, two miles north of Richmond, on the Otter Creek pike, on v2i2l after-dinn- er o, Tuesday, Dec. 29, '96, At 10 o'clock, a. m., the following: Fifteen (15) Horses and Mules, 9 Yearling Heifers, 8 Sows and Pigs, if & (Cera km 100 300 Barrels o! Corn in Crib, Shocks of Fodder, Household and Kitchen Furniture, and other things to numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. price they are making all through their line CONSISTING OF One door above their old stand, where they will welcome all of their Old Customers and as many new ones as will take advantage of the reduced its i!& a. 'jrfSiH vK Sam Phelps, Jr. it fe Boots of all description, Hats, Caps, List of Letters. Assignee's Sale ot the Kentucky Excelsior and Mattress Company, I will, on As assignee n fa Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear, Collars, Cuffs, Umbrellas, Rubbers of all kinds. Call and see them at their new place, one door above their old stand at the Farley House. Monday, January 18, 1897, At the Court House door, in Irvine, EstiU county, Ky., offer at public sale the entire plant of said Company consisting of a m ngQyj 1 2a mi Don't Miss The Place. 5 S5 mi RECEIVED! We lay special stress upon the quality of Capes and Jackets all designed in the latest fashion. Prices will suit you. Wallace & Fice, m m Farley's Old Stand, Main Street, Richmond, Ky. y JLT3iy 3STOTXOTS. Pins lc. needles lc, brass pins 3c, 15 marbles lc Garter ribbon, cotton and silkr5, 8, 9, and lie a yard, all r oil cloth 20c a yard. Boy's suspenders 5c. Farmers5 heavy braces 12 and 20c. Men's suspenders 8 to 50c. Misses and ladies mits, a large assortment, 10c up, all shades. Nice white framed mirrors 10c. Mirrors 9x12 20c. Claries Thread Co 4 cents a spool. colors-Floo- 40 HORSE POWER ENGINE & BOILER, Jlsl av Aii AWm A5i! ftVrVS m VVV twenty-four-year-o- ld over-stud- y. Each nearly new, one Machine for Baling Excelsior (suitable also for hay), six Excelsior Machines, Pulley's, 8hafting, Belting, extra parts for machine. This is a rare chance for an order investment as the plant is in and the market for the product is good and the Large Black Boar, with hole in each ear. material easily at hand and cheap. The ma- When lastheard of was near Million. Will pay chinery will also be offered in lots and the best for recovery. HUGH MILLER, bid accepted. P. O. Richmond, Ky. TERMS Sale will be made on six, twelve" Residence, Pond Church. It and eighteen months time. For further information call on or address me at Irvine, Ky. STRAYED I first-cla- I I HUGH RIDDELL, Assignee. 23-3- 1 BRIDGEFORD'S Are much in l.ttle; always ready, efficient, satlsfac-- I tory; prevent a cold or fever. cure all liver ilia, nick head H riaii - ache. Jaundice, constipation, etc Trice 25 cents. The only Fill to take lta Hood's SUMparilla. s Pills FRQM fa Thimbles lc. Rett pins 5c up. Ask to see our Hoe of ladies' and gents' belts 10c up. We Iiavo the nicest stock of side combs ever seen in Richmond. See our 5 aud 10c combs; other house get 15 and 20c Bujgry whips 10c up. Combs 3 to 29c. Castile soap 3 and 5c per cake. Tar soap 5o- - Turkish bath soap 3c Glycerine soap 5c. Buttermilk soap 7c (box 3 cakes) 20c. Baby hair brushes (white) 18c. Shirt buttons (12 dozen on card) 3c a card. Lamp wicks 5c a dozen. ECONOMIST ORH OLD RANGE, MEAL - so-cal- led BYTHE FASHIONED MILL STONE PROCESS. ff SEE THEM EXAMINE THEMt PURCHASE THEM J ! "BIG- FOUR" ROUTE AN -- BEST LIKE TO CHICAGO. Solid Vestibnled TraniH. witii Buffet-Parli nrs. K'eeMiit Louche. Dining nr, Waguei SIplni! Curs, Hiid iHlest improved Pnvie I'epirtmeut Hutlet Sleeping Lars, masnitl- Celitly f lirtu-lie- d with toilet ucceMirles In each compartmeut. Best lei mi nnl station, 5. of-t- te 1 have started a steam corn meal mill at Corner of Oranpe and Orchard streets, near the old burnt mill, in Richmond. Custom grindetc.. ing done. Meal,Bran, Ship-stuon hand. J.W. Rymel. 0E0. W. KIIjEY Of Shelbyville, ST- tunnel. Botjd Vestibnled Trains with Buffet Parlor Canst'oHchr nnd Dlnlns; Car, ami Wmnier Uuflt Sleeping Cars. KntcrlugSt Louis over the Ne-- Merclinnt&'Brlilge, avoiding the LOUIS. Ky., Recommends Wright's Celerv Capsules. BOSTON. ClucJnmOu - The only- - Tlironzli Shelbyville, Kjv May 2G, J9G. To Sleeping Canine Horn legant Wagner Bleeping Cai. Wright Medical Co., Col., 0 ; Gents 1 have purchased a box of -- - pm self-address- ? I'lr: -- U -- Ai It" 5 'J " ! J ,! yHT j5-- - Wrieht'fl Celer Capsules from G. L. Middelton, druggist, and used them for 53-SIy Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consli" pation and found that they cave mo im- -' r'i. mediate relief every time, 1 think it an Mt 1 ' --i- , excellent remedy. - jVimm .aiv frtfiir " "" . ,v,j V. 8- -- A Is IIUJI ttti .solo m BY NEY0RE. nrij. The "?outhweMern Limited? Soil.! Vetl fnled Trains, with CombumUort Library, Buffet nnd Smoking Cars. Wagner rjleepliit; Carx. b;r, Eltgnnt Coaches nnd Diningat 4211slaud iugnasx-ngenitMew York City Del Depot. Positively uoFetry Transfer. 'j Besuroyour ticket rrado-vl"BIG KOra n a Seaming braid 5c. Tape lc Slate pencils 2c a dozen. Lead pencils Shoe blacking, 10c box for 5c Machine oil (large bottle) 5c. Hair brushes 10, 15 and 25c Tooth brushes 5 to 22c Gilt edge shoe dressing 20c Shoe laces 5c a dozen. Knitting silk 13c 2 for 25c, all colors. Embroider silk, per dozen skeins 7c. llope aud tllo silk 3c skein or 30c dozen. Cologne 5 tn 50c Darning cotton lc Spool silk (100 yards) lc 3 spools thread 10c Knitting needles 2c set. Hair pins 1, 2, 3. and 5c box. Lunch boxes 15 and 20c Dolls 3c- - Chair bottoms 5c, all sizes. Brass head tacks 5c box. Fish lines lc each; hooks 2c dozen. Pepper and salt boxes 5 and 10c. Butterfly veil catch 10c Veiling 5, S, 10. 13, 15, and 25c yard. Belts (washable) 25c Mens' and ladies' hankerchiefs 5 to 25c Kid curleis oc dozen. Pocket books 3 to S5c each. 12 dozen buttons 3c Tearl buttons 5c Sleeve holders 5c pair. Monrning pins 2c box. Hooks and eyes 1 card. Automatic pants button, no needle required, 10c box. Safety pins 2 and 3c card. Duster 25c each. Invisible hair pins 2c box. Silk Windsor ties, solid colors, 10c Dress shields 5, S, and 10c. Large picture frames 20c Babies bibs 5 and 10c with nipple attached. Babies oil cloth (bound) bibs 5c Tow els 5 to 33c Crash for toweling 4c up. Scrim 5c Walking canes 25c Baby comforters 8c Rubber balls 5c Rubber lc - rattles 10c piouuriNr. .ww.,.,. B pertmenr, we will for a fe.w days make a great reduction in prices. is the time to get a new hat or bonnet cheap. MILLINERY 2D FLOOR. SJftAfJSf 2Tew E HTfiTiW X. 0. X!0CSMICX ELDER'S Cm BARGAIN Main Street, Kichreond: X): BrXAKEEX 5- STORE, Xr 2 "' - iK rr it. . tJL Oj. i' y- - J" - .w v ' L? TcmCIKHATIi O. - J-- & J('H . - v " T y'iniifaM :"-'- 4 T. fflf--y- jj t tf I Pr'mt shows through KENTUCKY -- H I i ri r- NEWS. Uif .TO All Ltt Newt From ealUuFarts of Common X in ! MATFIK.H, inartr ofA JIM SJONE Hub Forming. Ky., Dec. 21. Jim Stone, tVaytUld, H.T. fc Mrs. J. M. E. Green, 'of this cH;, was l)rought her Sunday from Lohiiville, "where he was taken when arretted to prcrent a lynching. His examining trial is to talte place Tuesday, but a mob is expect to lynch him before that of doors. time arrives. She claims to be the heir to an enorThe indications here at 10:30 Sunday night were that Stone would certainly mous estate in this city and and to be be lynched before morning. A great instituting suit for a S3, 000,000 portion many strangers have arrived in tunn, of a Colorado mine, which she believes but there are no groups and the town she was cheated out of. Mrs. Leachman has been in MTiealth marshal is not called upon to arre&t any disturbers. It was believed the for several years past. One of Mrs. men would form at a certain place at Lcachman's sons is Will Leachman, who is a business man of Cincinnati. midnight. 0 Louisvuu.K.iKy., Dec. 21. It is re- Another is Silia Leachman, who has ported here that Jim Stone, colored, in gained quito a name in Chicago jail at Mayfield, charged with crimi- through his unusual ability. Mrs. nally assaulting Mrs. J. M. R. Green, Lenchman's uncle is Silas Miller, ono November SB. was taken from his cell of the richest men in Louisville. Louisville, Ky., Dec 13. Mrs. W. at 12:45 Monday morning and lynched. T. Leachman, wife of Dr. Leachman, Rarely Ctcped Lynching. Lr.xiNOTO.v, ICy., Dec. 21. Halney of this city, who is reported as missing Jordan, the woman who assisted from the Sturtevant house in New Maried Hatfield iu the murder of Jonas York, telegraphed her husband ThursTrail, for which crime Hatfield was day afternoon that the report was a htnged last week, barely escaped mistake, she only being ill. Mrs. Leachman is ono of the heirs to a lynching Friday night. She was stopping iu a cabin near Cold's store. A larga estate in New York valued at over SiS, 000, 000, and she is there lookdisnumlnT of Trail's friends ing after hor interests. covered her whereabouts and surrounded the cabin, intend ng to lynch PEARL'S MURDERERS. her for the part she played In killing Their Dooms Day Slay Coma .February Trail. She dressed herself in 'men's Next. clothing and boldly walked out at the FitAXKFoirr, Ky., Dec 18. The court back door. While the memverc waiting for her to appear, Halney climbed of appeals gave until January 0 in the Walling case and SO days in the JackMp the mountain and escaped. son case, or until January 14, within Ncro Killed by Slob or YThlt Men. which to file petitions for rehearings. MAvriELU, Ky , Dec 2L A mob of The court adjourns Saturday for men broke into the cabin of this term and will reorganize January white George Finley, a Negro, near here Fri- 4 for the new term, Chief Justice Pryor day night, and the leader fired two raf ii"rf on1 Ii TYa tnU charges of buckshot into the Negro's ing his seat. Judge Lew's will bo the (tomsch as he jumped from bed. He chief justice of the new court. Waldied a;tr live hours' of terrible agony. ling and Jackson's attorneys will probWm. Haley, a white man, had accused ably not file their petitions for a reFinley of stealing his corn. The Negro hearing until the last day, which will went to the home of his accuser and be January 9 and January 14 respecattacked him with a knife, inllicting tively. Should they do so before these a slight wound. Haley then shot the dates the court would probably act Negro in the leg. Soon as the news at once. tpread a mob of a dozen masked men Immediately after the filing of the was formed aud they went at once to petitions these will be given out to F.nley's cabin. judges assigned by Chief Justico Lewis, and within a day or two from The Fraukf rt FnAXKFonr, Ky., Dec 21. The that time the decision may be expectreport of the warden of the ed. It is thought here that the Frankfort penitentiary shotri that sourt will not interfere with its first there were 1,135 convicts confined in decision. In the event of the rehearthe walls on December 1. Of these ing, petitions being overruled, tho Hi are white males, 6JG colored males, ' mandates will go at once to Gov. Brad- M white fomales and 35 colored fe ley. and he will probably act promptly males. The income from the chair in fixing the dates of execution. The contract and other sources lacked S32,y governor is already receiving petitions 030 of making the prison for a commutation of the sentences. l Tne warden the He will probably set some date in Febpurchase of a prUou farm and the em- ruary for the execution. ployment of six more guards. Xi irport Fnsimiaier Goea TVronp. A Companion of Jtoont NnwroRT, Ky , Dec IS. Justus W. MinDLKsnouo. Ky., Dee 21. Uncle Hetsch, postmaster of this city, is not Isham Gamble, who lived on Lick Fork to be found and a warrant has been isof Red llird crrok died Sunday at the sued charging him with the embezzleadvanced age of 102 years. He was ment of office funds. A shortage of born and lived all his life where he over 5,000 was discovered in his acHis father was companion of counts by United States post office indied. Daniel lioone and other pioneers of spectors Ihursday, and when an inHe often told of how quiry was m?.le for the postmaster it Kentucky. Jtoone killed a bear in the rear of his was found that he had disappeared. father's cabin. His faithful spouse, His friends believe he has suicided. survives him, is 1)2 years old. A Lynrhtnr; Expected. Msit IiniTfl the County. RuesEi.i.viLi.E, Ky., Dec IS There KrssELLViiJ.K, Ky., Dec 21. The was a great deal of excitement here mob which hanged and killed the 1'roc-to--s Thursday night. Arch Kink and Hill here Thursday night, if reports Procter are accused of having killed lire true, are determined to rid the Aaron and Doc Procter at Adairsville, ixjunty of a number of worthless and this countv, on November 24. and a ilinvrerous characters. It is said that mob is expected to come and take them lit least 20 persons in different parts of out oi jail and hanir them. Ihe latter the county have been notified to has already been tried three times for leave the county within 15 days, and murder. There is no protection at the that several are making preparations jaiL logo. The Witr at I runkfort. IjrcSale. Frankfort, Ky., Dc IS. The war Richmond, Ky., D?c. 21. Auditor's fever has struck Frankfort. Capt. Agent James 11. Stone sold for taxes 2Coel Gains, of the McCrearv guards, lietween 5,003 and 0,030 acres of timber Assistant Librarian C 15. Willis and land in Jackson county The land was ' 0thers are organizing a com lKJujjht by an eastern svndicate, which, pany to go to Luoa lully equipped. past three months, has secret3ry Lambert, of the auditor's of itunng the h utrht 100.000 acres of tax in Cumber fice, is busy Thursday morning mak land land in the Kentucky mountains. ing collections lor the moan cause. . 3 no-ala- ni an-nu- nl reco-n-njaF.-v- the Negro charged with outraging Leachman, the wife of a prominent Louisville physician, is missing from the Stnrevant house. As she Is absolutely without means, suffering from Bright's disease, and as her actions would indicated, demented, it Is bslicved that sho is wandering about the city without shelter. She is a frail litlc woman about 45 years of age and could not long survive the suffering of a night spent out LEACHMAN, Wife of a Prominent LoaUvllIe Phrilelant li MUstnjr From the Sturerani House New York. New Yobk, Dec. 18. Mrs.N W. T. MRS. j - i Greenup, Ky., Dec 18. A son of Morris Allman, living a few miles Peters' examination of the stomach of south of town, killed a wild cat, the James II. Montague, the Scott county cat weighing 25 pounds, and measured man who was supposed to be poisoned three feet. It took two loads of buck-- f by persons who w ished to secure tho hot to kill it. The mate to this one, insurance money on his life, resulted with a litter of young, is known to be in finding no in the rock cliffs on Allman'b farm. An O d Ttmeplecr. No l'nlaiin Found. Lkxixotok, Ky , Dec. 21. It is authoritatively stated that Dr. A. M. Killed a Wild Cat. Lawrexchiuko, Ky.t Dec 21. MarBarbourpvii-i.e- , Ky., Dec. IS. Eight tin R. Rice, of Paintsvillc, has one of of the jurymen in the s the ol iest clocks in Kentucky It was case were seleeted Thursday. Work Fieids-Adkin- To Try Adktno First. handed down from his grandfather. It was made in 170S, and has been in Mr. Rice's family for OS years. It is still one of the best time keepers In the county. puty Collector "iVemack, of this place, in company eight others destroyed seven illicit stills in Lawrence county. While Judge Womack was gone his barn was burned. No insurance. Hntlnc Called at Frankfort. Frankfort. Ky., Dec 2L A public mass meeting to express sympathy and arge aid to Cuba has been called for Monday night. The call for the meeting i signed by Mayor Julian. President of Council Milam and other prominent persons. li. W. -ith wife-murder- West Libkrtt, Saven Illicit Stills Destroyed. will be continued Friday. On motion of the defendants they were given separate trials, and at the commonwealth's request elected to try Joseph Adkins first; bharpley Is Ky., Dec. 2L DeCarr and II. P. Sharpley, the guard who figured in a prison scandal, has been finally removed, and several changes have been made at the penitent'ary. l'ubllc Uulldloc at Newport, Ky. Washington, Dec IS. In the senate 1 hursday the house bill as to the public building in Newport, Ky., reducing the requirement of an open space from 40 to SO feet was on motion of Senator Blackburn taken up and passed. IVants is Frankfort, Ky., Dec Oat. IS. A. G. Louisvii.i.k, Ky., Dec IS. Mayor Todd (rep.) has circulated .a petition Dyluc From Grief. employes Acgusta, Ky., Dec 21. The vener- amongtothe city hall per cent,asking cut in accept a ten them Rob-rable mother of the office Laujrhlin, who lives some three their salaries. toIhe democratic sign it. is said to be very holders refuse miles from this citj Zick MorelHiid Captured. ill and slowly dying of grief over the Frankfort, Ky., Dec IS. Zack fate of her erring boy. Moreland, the alleged counterfeiter, Trnaaurer Saed. Frankfort, Ky., Dec 2L A Louis- was captured 1 hursdaj' in the barn of Ford, of Scott county. ville job printing company filed suit here ag Just State Treasurer Long, Killed by Horse. asking .or a mandumus to compel him PAINTSVH.I.E, Ky., Dec 18. Wesley to pay warrants to the amount of S10, Sturgill, a young farme", was kicked 000. and instantly kil.e by a vicious horso Thursday morning a; Richville. rt 1 Lot in Ttielr Salaries. Delegates to tlir Ti.bac (.rowers' Dec 1C. Con- - THE BARS OF HEALTH once down, disease finds an easy trance. e-germs &7rr e mr 'j. . . ua m - aiirjaaw.k Bradlev Tuesdav annointel A. D. Le- vall, of Garrard county, and Joseph Jsngtfs, 01 ij gan county, delegates to National Tobacco Growers' coaven- tion, which will be held in Ocala, Fla., Frankfort, vmilitii.. Kyi, Gov. January endiseas- 12 Two Y ars In the State Prison. Paducaii, Ky., Dec 16. D. L Collins, a farmer of Livingston county, two-year-V 4 v kJ? C- - safeguard against disease. Debility of any kind is a direct invitation to serious sickness. The reason that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical "Discovery cures 98 per cent, ofall cases of consumption if taken in the early stages of the disease, is that it puts the whole body into a hearty, hr !thy rondition. The poisonous tubercular matter is thrown off by the lungs, and the pure, rich blood coursing through them, quickly stops the inflammation, heals the broken mem-braniand makes the lungs perfectly Consumption 11 strong and sound. marked by wasting away of the bodily tissues and vice versa. A wasting of the flesh brings on consumption. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery induces the accumulation of sound, hard, hralthy flesh. It increases the appetite nd the capacity of the digestive organs for the assimilation of food. It is a purifier, a tonic and a powerful curative remedy, all in one bottle. All who will send their addresses, and twenty-oncents ia postage stamps, to cover" wrapping, to (World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y will receive by mail a ' of 1000 pag,-wWc, tells all abort -s e h If there is a weak spot in the body, will find it. They will lodge right in that spot and unless they are driven out at once, will increase and multiply and grow into seriousness. Weakness is a predisposition to disease. Whether the weakness be local or genGood healthy eral, it is dangerous. strength all over the body is the best pleaded guilty in the circuit court to breaking into a shanty-boa- t and was given a sentence to the penitentiary. More Barclarlzrd. II pkinsville, Ky., Dec 16. The store of Jcil Hammond, at Caledonia, Trigg county, was burglarized, e 8500 worth of clothing being stolen. Bloodhounds are after the robbers. Child Horned to Death. West Liberty, Ky., Djc lfl. The little daughter of Bryant Fannin, who lives in Elliott county, was burned to death by falling into the fire. Mr. Fannin U a business man of Elliott county. ready-mad- Washington, Dec 10. The followpostmasters were aping fourth-clas- s pointed for Kentucky Tuesday: Pools Creek, Campbell county, P. Zacharias; Redhouse, Madison county, B. F. Boggs. Kentucky Postmasters. Fbankfobt, Ky., Dec of appeals has gran ted-thi 11 Granted Thirty Days. 16. e The court motion of Srott Jackson's attorneys for SO days . w.i:,--ipetition for a .0 Ce 3 he pipe smoked by the new shah of Porsia on state occasions is set with dUmosds, rabies and emeralds of tha cUi kind; wlk sUte to bVwofft :l v! P!??OTT!i - - - .t ? s- - &'& Edward Richard Taylor, alias A. for whom a warrant was issued pectant Mother is on Wednesday on the application of exposed and the f Wf5i$"fr5jSr forebodingUnited States embassy, is a ytim'j& The warrant was served which she looks' governor. lie will have it Tuesday, at Friday and Taylor was brought from to the 'which time tho case will again b Oxford, where he has been serving a hour of woman's called np. The defendants gave nosentence of six months in jail for theft, severest trial. All tice that on Tuesday they would enter and arraigned in the Bow street police a motion for a change of venue, and court upon the charge of having mur- effort should be would file affidavits of CO citizens of dered one Jesse Tynje, in the state of made to smooth Knox county that owing to so much rug-gedKentucky, in 18S5. these prejudico the defendants could not Taylor, or 2latt, did not Bay any- places in life's 'V 'i I have a fair trial in this county. It will thing in bis defence when charged pathway for her. be remembered this case was transwith the crime of murder, but rather ferred from Perry county by order of admitted that the charge was true. Judge Hall. fie appeared perfectly cool. Mr. Hob-sorepresenting the United States TWENTY YEARS' SERVICE. embassy, was present, as was also an allays Nervousness, and so assists Nature that the change goes for- JO'lce rrj-o- Soon Retlrra'Frum the Kenofficer from Lexington, Ky., who came tucky Conrt of Appenln. to England to take the prisoner back ward in an easy manner, without Frankfoiit. Ky., Dec. 15. The court to America, when the order for his ex- such violent protest in the way of tradition is issued. The prisoner Nausea, Headache, Etc Gloomy of appeals will adjourn next Saturday for the usual holiday vacation, and would not say where he had been forebodings, yield to cheerful and will reconvane January 4. Upsince 16S5, but it is thought he has spent much of his time in English hopeful anticipations she passes on the date of adjournment Chiei through the ordeal quickly and Justice 1'rycr will retire to prijails. The prisoner was remanded unwithout pain is left strong and vate life, after an honored servtil Tuesday. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 18. Taylor, vigorous and enabled to joyously ice of over 20 years on the appellate alias Piatt, who was arraigned in Lon- perform the high and holy duties bench, and will bo succeeded by Judge-elec- t A. K. ISurncm. Politically the don Friday for the murder of Jessie now devolved upon her. Safety court will stand four democrats, threo Tyree, was known in Kentucky as Arthur W. Piatt He killed Jessie Tyree, to life of both is assured by the republieans. Judge Pryor will locat: an inmate of the Eastern Kentucky use of "Mother's Friend," and in this city and will practise in the court of which he is now a member. lunatic asylum in ISiw. At that time the time of recovery shortened. children, Piatt was an attendant at the asylum "I know one htdy.the mother of tbreeeach, who Gang of Burglars In a Cave. greatly In tho birth of and Tyree was in his ward. Ho re- who Bufferedbotllo of 'Mothers Kileud of mo Owensboro, Ky., Dec 15. An orobtained a fused to go to dinner when Piatt or- before her fourth conflncmect.snd was relieved ganized band of robbers is operating All agree that their labor dered him, aud the Englishman, be- quickly. painfuL'' John G. 1'olhill, was shorter successfully in this part of the state. Macon, Ga. coming angry, shot him through the and less A dozen safes in as many towns Sent br Mall, on receipt of price. Sl.ro PKrt heart. He made his escape and went cracked during the BOTTLE. BookTO EXPECTANT MOTHERS" have been to England, where lie was put in prison mailed free, containing v&luible Information month, seand booty much for the't at Oxford several months ago. and voluntary testimonial!. cured. The burglars escaped. Tha Sheriff Grass, of Lexington, has gone Tut DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..TLAKTA,C. richest haul was at Sturgis, a. vilSOLO BV ALL DRUGGISTS. to Eagland to bring Piatt back for lage 20 miles distant, where 0,000 was 25-trial. takon. Several towns across the river To Eilinme a, body. , in Indiana and Illinois have suffered Lascastek, Ky., Dec 10. Mr. Grant heavy losses.' The gang probably has HER DIAMONDS. Slaughter, sUte agent for a New York a rendezvous in a cave of tho Cumberaccident insurance company, is here SIUi Collins' Sparklers Aro SlUslnr. and land or lower Ohio river. IClatlres Will Investigate Her Rew ith a prominent doctor of that city, Tiro Girls Bitten. to exhume the body of Matthew W. ' mains Arrive In Lexington. Lfjcinoton, Ky., Dec 16. Attorney IIopkinsville, Ky., Dec 15. Two Johnson, who was buried here a Hoag, of Midway, has gone to Boston little daughters of L. T. Moreland, a ago, having a policy in his com-- p in the interest of Dr. T. C Collins to wealthy citizen of this county, were iny. The deceased met with an accident six weeks prior to his death, and institute an investigation of tho death bitten by a mad dog while playing in of Miss L. Collins. Miss Collins their yard several days since, and, as it is not known that the accident was had in May possession her when she left the wounds do not heal up, they have the direct cause of his death. home several valuable diamonds. been taken to Paducah, where a famous Fatrol Wacon Attarhed. Since her death nothing LexiNuTOIT, Ky., Dec 19 Last win- heard of tho jewels. has been madstone will be applied to them. Thr The reter George Travis was employed in the mains of May L. Collins, the young girls are aged eight and three years. A Falthrnl Dog. e ty small-po- x hospital. Yet due for atheist, writer and lecturer, whose Jackson, Ky., Dec 17. As the refa s serviees is $40. The claim was pretragic death in Roston was recounted sented to the city and payment was in Saturday's papers, arrived in Lex- sult of a beating given her by a masked robber, who intnded he$ home, Mrs. rf fused. Travis sued the city and got ington night, and judgment Friday Constable Rose lev- terred Tuesday Lexington will be in- Daniel Davidson, of Breathitt county. in the cemetery Is lying at the point of death. Mrs. ied on the patrol wagon, horse and Wednesday. Davidson was alone when the man enh irness aud will put them up at auc-- ti tered and attacked her. Her dog n on the public square December Caorht by a Letter. 2(5. Lexington, Ky., Dec 1C Joe Robb, made a vicious attack on the intruder the lad who recently forged the in- and gave the woman a chance to alarm Lyichen After Them. Louisville, Ky., Dec 19. The sher- dorsement of Clarence 1L Crimm, his the neighbors. iff of Larue county was given a lively employer, on six checks and against Crazrd by Disease. chase by a mob Friday night, which whom the police hold six warrants for Louisville, Ky.. Dec 17. Charles tuught to lynch George C Pierce and forgery, has been arrested in Nash- B. Smkh, jr., son of a Fourth avenue John Howell, the alleged assassins ville, Tenn., and will be brought to hat merchant, attempted to commit o. Farmer Pierce two months ago. Lexington. Young Robb was located suicide Wednesday afternoon by jumpthrough a letter which Mr. Crimm re- ing 100 feet into the Ohio river from 1 he prisoners were hurried to n and at 1 a. m. caught a train ceived from him. lie evidently was the middle span of the Big Four and for Louisville, arriving here at 2 unaware that Crimm had proceeded Chesapeake and Ohio bridge. A skiff against him. o'clock Saturday morning. saved him. lie had been rendered irresponsible by ill health. Browns and lilacks at War. Another Legislator IIL Columbia, Ky., Dec 10. Oliver Fhaxkfort, Ky., Dec 19. A teleLularced Ills Farm. gram received here Friday announces Brown was acquitted of shooting Lexington, Ky., Dec 17. W. E. D. the serious and probable fatal illness Walker Black, but the trouble is still Stokes, the millionaire horseman of c going on. Brown has left his home, New York, has enlarged Patchcn State Senator A. D. James, ef county. Dr. James is a re- fearing that the Blacks will kill him. Wilkes stock farm. Wednesday he publican, and if he dies another elec- Saturday night several persons, sup- paid 510,600 cash for 179 acres of Solotion must be held before the republic- posed to be the Blacks, went to mon Vanmeter's land, adjoining his alans will have a majority of votes on Brown's dwelling and fired a number ready large farm. joint ballot for United States senator of shots into his house Brown's wife L.xintnnlan's Check. and six children were in the building, In the legislature Lexington, Ky., 17. With and the oldest daughter came near be- understanding thatDec name was the The Ilrldo la Dead. his not ing killed. to be made public a Lexington man Paris, Ky., Dec. 19. The wife of Six Years for Manslaughter. Mrby Trimble, t this city, died of placed in a bank Wednesday a check Provide.vce, Ky.. Dec. 16. Tho jury for J20O to be used in behalf of the consumption Friday in Jacksonville, Fla. She was formerly Miss Mattie in the case of the commonwealth Cnban cau&c Shipp, nged 22, and was married at against James Hughes for the murder As stunt Atlormy General Todd III. W inchester Monday to Mr. Trimble. of Town Marshal Will Smiley here in. FitANKFOUT, Ky., Dec 17. Assistant They had gone to Florida to reside in February last, which case has been Attorney Ocncral Todd fell unconpending in the circuit court nt Dixon, scious hope of benefiting the bride's health. in returned a verdict of guilty and placed Wednesday the attorney general's office fcliul From Ambmh. morning, lie was taken confinement in Jackson, Ky., Dec 19. Lee Thorpe, his punishment atterm of t.ix years. the home His ailment is thought to be state prison for a a young man in the employ of Prico oaly temporary. Henry Klalr Shot. Cole, merchant, at the mouth of Cnban .Mass Meeting- Cllait. Lexington, Ky., Dec 10. Henry Smith's liranch, six miles from here, 17. A mass Paducah, Ky., Klair.well known to turfmen through- meeting of Cuban Dec was shot from ambush by unknown sympathizers and parties, nnd will die from the wounds. out the country, occupies a cot in St. those who desire to join the Cuban Joseph hospital. Klair was accidentalarmy is called for Ihursday night. A Ilanter Accidentally Killed. the right leg by Rurlisoton, Ky., Dec 19. Preston ly shot in the calf of Sunday morning. monster demonstration is anticipated. Dudley Wilkerson Ilailey, a farmer residing four miles 'Ihe A Groom of Seventy-Twwound is not dangerons. 'lhe from here, was shot through the heart Versailles. Ky., Dec 17. W. J. affair had been kept quiet until Tuesand lungs Friday by his own gun while day night. Mitchell, agod 72, and Miss Rebecca hunting. Death was instantaneous. Pholpi, aged 55, w ere married WednesLooked for Poison. aiartTarrr Liuchlln Sends for Priest. Lexington, Ky., Dae 10. Prof. A. day at the bride's home in this county. Covington, Ky., Dec 19. Murderer M. Peter, Mitchell is a wealthy farmer. the State college, Laughlin, who is awaiting execution completedoithe analysis of the Tuesday stomach in the Covington jail, has sent for of Jas. H. Montague, of Steamers Overdue. Scott county, 17. There are 19 New Yobk, Father Kehoe, of Brookville, Ky., who who was believed to have been poiswill be with him every day until his oned. It is believed that he did not steamers now overdue here irom Eudeath. Laughlin is not a Catholic find any traces of poison in Montague's ropean ports. Tkis is an unusually Fell Dead at I'ryer. stomach, though he refused to make a large list, and it contains the names o nine steamers that arc from two to six norKiNsviLLE, Ky. , Dec 19. While statement. days overdue, the cause, of course, berising from his knees at the close of To Itrlng Piatt From Kngland. ing attributed to the rough weather family prayer Friday night, Dick FEAyKFOHT, Ky., Dec 10. Sheriff Major feVl to the floor and instantly Gross, of Fayette county, was here which has been prevailing at sea reexpired, of heart disease lie was 52 Tuesday to make formal application to cently. years old. In Sympathy With Cuba. Gov. Bradley for extradition of Arthur Denison, Tex., Dec 17. Mass meetKenlocky Fostmnstrri. W. Piatt, who is under arrest iu EngWashinoton. Dc 19. The followland. Piatt was formerly smploycd ings are being held all over north Texas in sympathy with Cuba. The ing postmasters for Kentucky were at Lexington asylum and killed an CoL is rampant. commissioned Friday: Marksbury, Garthere The application will be war spirit of Gov. Culberson's L N. Standifor, staff, rard county, M. II. Pollard; Prosperity, granted. says that in cose of war with Spain Lawrence county, J. E. Evans. Kentucky Othc llolder Shouts lllmielf. Covington, Ky., Dec 10. M. L. Texas could put 50,000 men in the field Covington and Lexington Turnpike Case. Downey, aged 41, married, a gauger inside of SO days. Washinoton, Dsc 15. The supremo under Collector Davezac, of the Sixth The Mob Foiled. court Monday in an opinion announced Kentucky district, committed suicide Paxton, IIL, Dec 17. A mob formed by Justice Harlan, reversed the judg- at Rehbark's boarding-housin here Wednesday for the purposo o ment of the Kentucky supreme court Ky., Tuesday morning by shootlynching Hartman, accused of murin the case brought under the act of ing himself back of tho ear with a dering Mrs. Fred Gedds by hanging the Kentucky legislature of 1890, fixrevolver. No cause can be as- her, but the sheriff hoard of its gathing a maximum schedule of rates to be signed. ering and took the prisoner to Chamcharged by the Covington and LexingFloating Ssvrniill Iturned. paign. ton Turnpike Co., of that state, and tho Paintsville, Ky., Dec 16. Tho Fatil Explosion In a Match Vactory. case was remanded. large sawmill boat belonging to G. W. Munich, Dec. 17. An explosion ocDavis, of South Point, O., burned at Jnde ltliiille Appointed. in Cremer's match factory at Frankfort, Ky., Dec 15. Gov. this place. Mr. Davis, who was sleep- curred Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Tuesday eveBradley Monday morning appointed ing on the boat at the time, received ning, demolishing the building, killing Judge Robert Riddle as a special judge slight burns about the head and face 15 women and girls and seriously into try Atkins, charged with the murThe loss is about 57,000. No insur- juring seven others. der of Judge Combs, Judge Clarke, the ance. regular judge, being disqualified to act. Coal Miners ou Fall Tlmt. THE MARKETS. Judge Combs wa-- killed at Hazrard, Williausbcro, Ky., Dec. 10 The Perry county, and the case venued to eight coal mines in this county are all Ciscisnati. Doe. Knox county. running on full time. The lumber Flock Spring fancy. l.g.ai: sprlna; family. tlOOft-Bsprlne pjteat. lt70S00: companies are doing more business Stal bate Affray nt Covington. winter H.re2M. Covington, Ky., Dec 15. Ferdinand than ever, and u large flouring mill is family. J75&l0O. extra. iincy. low trade, ti7S300. Lenz stabbed Ferdinand Willen during now almost completed, having been iS0(75: rye. nortawestora, 70a2.8J; do City, ti 7031 8a altercation at Lenz's residence, started sinco the election. ai WW AT bales: No. ! rsd would brigDSs where Willen was making a call on Frobnble Kwolutiuu la ChllL on track: No 3 red, track, at 93c. car No. 3 Miss Lena Lenz. One cut across the Diego, CaL, Dec 19. Advices red. track, at Die an abdomen and a stab immediately be- - from Chili are that the political situaCoi Sales: No. t yellow. No. 2 c: low the navel wore given. T.he physi-thmixed, track. 2.c: yellow ear, to tion is still strained, and that predic- white,Slic. ' c ans say Willen will di. Lenz es- tions of revolution are openly made Oat soles: No. 2 white is qustable at H caped. unless President Errazuriz agrees to Q&lcoa track No. 3 white, tr ck, at c O d Honed. Rt No. i Is qnotable at J7Kc on track. roforms demanded by the liberals. The Bowling Green, Ky., Dec 15. MonHues select shippers'. H 53. SO. a few d and fanry.S.3:H. chamber of denuties is fair to (food pjcr S133.Z5; day morning the residence of Mrs Joe will not compromise, while tho presillht. Martin, a few miles from this city, was dent is equally determined to have his fair to good J3.10L HSJ.3w. con n and roughs, C5J discovered on fire, and when the buildway and override tho congress. Cattle Pilr to good shipper. $153 I ; choice to extra, ft. 35 St 5k good to choice ing was almost burned to the ground A Convict Paralyzed. butchers'. ll.TiJUD. fair to medium butchit was found that Mrs. Martin was in Dec 19. George common Columbus, the house, and she burned to death. scll, received 0, the penitentiary Sten- ers'. 3.Wj,18i: LAMBi sheep Extras, I3.Z3Q SHEEP and from at She was 72 years of age. I Cincinnati in 1S91, to serve 10 years, ISO: good to eho!:e. 17.it.I: common to Lvmbt Extras l35.4.fi0; Snowln-Ha- lr suff tcH a stroke of paralysis Friday fair. $Iiwai6 a tYanderlnp Bggnr. good to Owensboro, Ky.. Dec 15. An nged morning, and his left side is powerless. M.0023.63.choice. 8i7jIilS. common to fair. Indian,, claiming to be a Choctaw chief, Veal Oalv Pair to good light. H63 Murder Trial at Stanford. and the last survivor of his tribe, Stanford, Ky., Dec 15. The caso of &.&0; common and large. JlOOjJlJl OJJIOo per passed through tho adjoining edge of Frank Brooks, who killed Section Fore- lb Wool Unwashed flno merlao d clothing. 12313c: medium Uutler county begging, ne said ha man Nevil at Crab Orchard two months delaine and U.Uc; braid. HSUc: had tramped from Eastern Michigan, ago, was called Monday morning. Both medium combing. I33Hftc. Washed, fine merino X to XX 13c. medlun clothing, U& wandering aimlessly. He gave the sides are ready for trial. lfc. delaine fleece, 14tJ.I8c; long combine . 133 name of lfc: quarter-bloo- ! California Offlclally. and low. UtJUc; commoa Extra Session of the Legislature. choice, 17lScs San Feascisco, Dec 15. The vote coarse, ll&lic: average. 1C17j. Frankfort, Ky., Dec 15. The latest of California for Presidential electors New YonK. Dee. ia. report is that Gov. Bradley will con- has been tabulated and shows the folWheat No. 8 red. vene the legislature in extra session lowing totals: Republicans, 140,588; January. 8fljf aSflo. December. SiQ8t , Cons-N- o. Janaary 10. This is unconfirmed, but fusion, 144,700; prohibition, 2,573. 2. Kay. 31'e. Oats Western. J030o: May. 24He asked. Left 8110,000 Insurance. comes from a state Official, who says , Toledo, Q, Dea 1ft. Lancasteb, Ky., Dec 15. Matthew that the call will be Issued within the 2 red. cash Wheat Johnson, a life insurance agent and S3Kc: NaS No. cash. 8SXa and December next few days. red. tobacco man, dropped dead Monday Cork Na 2 mixed, cash. Kc: May, 25 Xa, Fatal Boiler Explosion. Oats No. 2 mixed, cash, 18ic; May, 20o. morning at Paint Lick, this county. Denton. Ky., Dec 15. Tho boiler of He lefaves his KTX No. 2 cash, 2&3. family GUO.CCOHfe insurWiser Adkins' sawmill exploded MonChicago, Dec, u ance. WniAT December. 78xc: January. TTWc: day afternoon, instantly killing Asa A. Triple TTeddla?, May. TOo July, 710. Kitchen and badly injuring four oter Corn December. e: January, Oltkpia, Ky., Dec 17. A triple a men. A defective safety valve is said wedding took place near Olympian fe'Ko: May.2SHa2S;c:Jaly.Xa to have caused the explosion. Oats Deeamber, lKc; Jftnuary.loMc; May. Springs. The couples joined era Loogbrldee - Isdiaxapolis. Ind., Dee. 1ft Samuel Wills and Miss Poarley VlUs, Louisville, Ky., Dec 15. J. B. Jesse Mooro and Uettie Wills,-- , and Cattle Few cattle- hers and mar" and Loughbridge was Monday Edgar --terrell and LirzlefWills. ;Te ket quiet Goodunchanged. medium and ,heavy, Hoes to choice by the Leaf Tobacco .exchange to be , "brides are sisters and daughters of tUBeaitK; mixed and heavy, ! : tobacco inspector. The election w -- x. I.J rii.i.-- a W3ii common Uesttt. ML)R.. .,. by a joint coEunlii&opproscntlnf liay , wistu nuis, pruisiruflu Hurwur ui ww-- m . k m Um or ' f rj 5S9 TTMoaWiWi -iters vtori it !l ;r VO i! ! ir "j- I W.-Pla-tt, - FOR AN OLD MURDER. Etlward It. Taylor, Alias A. W. Flatt, la Caatody In London Charged With a Crime Committed in Kentucky In 1883. Losdom, Dec 10, It is learned that Few Appreciate the to which the Ex FAIR TRIAL Caae Tb7 Say Is at Impossibility. Doc- - 15. RAttnnmiffviT.T.te. Kvi. .Judge Robert Riddle, of Irvine, Ky., arrived here Sunday to act as npecial case; and judge in the Fields-Adkin- s present morning Monday 'was (when tha case was called, but had not yet received bis commission from tht aaaaaBa-naBBa--; --- -- -- -! m -- In the Slelda-Adki- na jfiBSF DANGER with , , f Pilif J " ; f ,p JnrSr?D!:r;mraJlrarllCTrlrarlHr!frriJra"- rIK3 1 I I -- I -- I --" I ' I I I ' I U3 fCJ E r ! V JBEa, I Canadian-America- n. ! forward Jr WlrvSlirp--n Hu.m. 1 1 i Hi in I g M ljfj .- P ! 1 i n, 'Mother's Friend" M ffOl- - I SViT7TT RMTTTIRRl tht s3' LIE ,nr3 U-- Yon will want a present for pome one sure, and why wait a- - to wl.atyou set when it is a settled f.ict that VyV' a -. N ! and.worry so lone, jtLSj S -, .1 u -- 11 s5' I 1 -t- -- -- - - J --"- n --n- m - -- -. - w . - !'- --. .ensation in the throat relieved by Dr. Bell's insSyH is Plno-Tar-- 1 h S5 m r by l Inflammation of tho mucous mem-- ; ES liranes of the throat and respiratory : organs. A purely vegetablo com- - 5 JUUUU. It contains nothlnir but heal- - ?5 couKhndun uoubiercnuled gp H i nsrandlnvigoraUng medicinal prop- 'r3lr-- r orucs. lb if guuruiiiveu iu uuru luB 15 most stubborn coughs as veil as 1331741 asthma, bronchitis, soro throat, UB , " ' unppe, vnooping cougn, ana croup. t0 rziitt s l i . EHh, irpj UK DCk-- O 10 ,E ,; ik Ulral '. 71 Kn tj 'ft 3 Tinil iL IiLhlv appreciated than anything ein. Our stock is all in. so come ni-- Ii just !.eore Itoli- ove. and aUn v..id .Ii elmr-- i: 1. .v ai.lt W Will pnt it i hal .,, mJ j.e!ect Irilll r lllif i!,a Vll in Several have done this asi'd. ami have old 'Santa' !e'ier it lot y 11. V, aii . III! ...1 'nil air Imw E- m.-kt- V-- r -- r.t ;!. r f- - IU-- r- n I fi 3 ---. nn nri . 8J.s&?a "& J z U - ff. rairsiaa W A tl-- "" J. 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