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Gov't Report. I m DECEMBER 30, L896. TO BE PUBLISHED. by tho Vo nezuolan Commissi n. I XjuM i;tvj r-j dn 1.1 IJOB WORK. 4 .CAREFULLY EXEGUTtDf J L. i$ fifty : tti--- WEDNESDAY, NUMBER 30. iii5l90l. 5 ASK th tiiispw T cor.taCn.ng vr-icb sufleters, victims t fever and ague, the mercurial diseased pal lent, liow llier recovered health, cheer-fn- l spirits and xood apetiie;they will tell you by taling Simmons LlVak b RLUU-LATQ- liiliuus TO STOP SMUGGLING. Canadian Govommont Urges Nood of Another Revenue Vessel. Gtaw EXPOSE3 BAD EGGS. Trill Their Deere the Cheapest. Purest and Best Family Medicine In tba Woildl Tor DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. Tauo. dice. I; liousattackk.SICKHKADACIIK.ti.lic. Depte.sion nr Si ints. SOUR bTOMACII, J4earturc. etc. Thia unrivalled remedy U "anted not to 'octain a tingle particle of BY, m anr mineral aubblance. but U MCRi those Southern Roots and Herbs an all wise Providence lias placed in where Liver Diseases most prevail. ill mill cure all Olscasas cautd by Dcranra. sent ol the Liter and Bow t Is. The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a Tj.tter or bid taste in the mouth; Pain in the BacV Silts or J Din's, often mistaken forKheu-ma'srSour Stomach; I.oss cf Appetite; Biwr sal'ernate'y cos'iveand lax; Headache; I .oss of Memory, with a painful sensation of liavmfc failed to do sometliinir which ought to tav been done; Debility; Low 5pirlts. a thick yellow pprance if the in and Eyes, a dry tough of'eo mistaken for Consumption. ices many of these symptoms attend the 'ose. at others very few; but the Liver is Kenernllv the seat of the disease, and if not Ueulated in time, Rreat suffering, wretched-r- e and DC ATM mil ensue. The folic in? litghly esteemed persons attest to the virtues of Simmons Liver Regulator: ien W S Holt,Pres.(3a.S V K.JUC-- ., Rev. I R Fe'der, Perry, Ga ; Col E. K Sparks. C Masterson. Esq., Sheriff Bibb Co., Ui , Hon. Alexander H. Stephens. W have tested .ts virtues, personalty, and laiw that for Dyspepsia, Biliousness and Throbh ng Headache it is the best medicine the rdeersaw Wr tried forty other remedies tetcrr S'mmonsLi v r Regulator, but none ga a temporary relief; but the Refru. r cot only relieved but cured ! La a, S-So-nuo-jrethn- n American Whisky Is Gotten Into Coo n try Complaint Slada Against Trench Isl.iiul or SU I'lcrra-Mlquclou. A New York Sun bpecial from Ottawa, Out., bn,&: Kor some time past the Canadian hiu ooen invei.U-gntin- g PURELY VEGETABLE, tJie large tunuunt of smiipgllny Uiat is ix;ing ctirrieU on in the gulf ami ricr of HI. Lawrence nnil along the Nova Scolian coast. The collector or 'iislnms r.t Quebec reports that tlie cruiMT Coustaiicc is not equal to tiie work of palroling the St. l.aviTence, trnil urges that another xessel be to have boon smuggled into Canada from the French rsluutl of SU is brought in from tlie Unite! States. Americjin he .sajs, IikkI up in the United SlaU-with whisky for exKrt in boml and thrji bring their e.rgo down to the Nova KeoU.in. roast or into the (JnJf tf St. I.avv renee, where tliat portion of it which is intended to be smuggled into Canada is transferred to Canadian vessels, while to American fishu" ing vessels is transferred that which it and ME55t.MGER.Macon.Ua. MAVUFACTLRED ONLV Cr is iirtendi'd shall ! taken hack to the J H. ZCILIN & CO.. Philadelphia. Pa, United States to be smuggled into American ports. The commissioner of customs sas. liowever, that he can COLUMN. PROFESSIONAL hardly understand how the American nistoins . be evaIcI in this way, their laws are diftcrcnt MISS M.LDRED GOLDEN, of thu Dominion, where it isfrom those necessary to furnish a. certiliiit; to the custom-hoiis- o where the goods wvre entered ,STEOt,RAPIIER AND, outward for export from Uie port at TYPEWRITER. which Uie worv landed. - - Kentucky. Rli HMOX'D, - As regards the now being carried on from the Krcneh island of St. it is said that the &0jjice adjoining A .R. Burnam's. government is now taking active steps toward securing from Kranee the right ATT021TSYS. to have n Canadian eusloioR otllcer or consul stationed there to watch the. movements of suspected vessels. This was attempted some joars ago by Sir John, MncDomald, who made represent' Attokxey-at-Laatious jointjy with the government of RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Now fouudlaud, to the llrkish govern-inenivqiiesting tliat gmcrnment to Office over Tavlor's Hani ware store, opsecure permission from France to havo posite Court House, on Main Street. a Canadian agent stationed at St. Piern.'. For stiine unexplained reason H B. HOGG, the French goveriinieut objected and ATTORNEY AT LAW. the matter wan pressed no further. It Kentucky. was presumed, however, that Hie Rimiioxn, came from tho I'rench doing husinef at St. l'ierre, office No. 13 First St., up stairs. who did not want their trade relations with the Canadian smugglers interORAXT E. LILLY, fered with. It may lie incut oned that the reports in the cn.stoms departmont W, A TTORNE here slum that the United States revKentucky, enue has been a sufferer to a ver large En iimoxd, extent with Conada in I he depredations 'dice S. W. corner Main and Second of tho smugglers who have made their streets tip stairs. Will practice in all .rrnilczvous at SL Pierre. the courts of Madison and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. CAPTURED BRUIN- - ALIVE. rmitoat tho Animal Aftr u J. C. & D. M. CHENALILT, was hiippo.stxl l'lerre-MiijiK-lo- ai(lol to the revenue protective service in Hint (tistriqL He siiys that he is now positive Ihat much of the whisky that n When aueient hens cackle in glee and t yard roosters Hap thejr wings and v. us 1). M. Hughes, of tli is. county, c.s by, the scientific world should tfce its salaams to the leading genius of Missouri. The only fault this state has to find with Mr. Hughes is that he was born in Ohio, thus giying to tho Huckeyes part of Hie glory that conies with the discovery of a device thnt will Jell good eggs from bad eggs lefore they are cooked. Mr. Uuglies' lnleM invention is a "magic X rays egg tester." With it he can tell wliethcr an egg will hatch and what color the chicken will lie. Mr. Hughes picture will never be turned against the wall In any well regulated kitchen. With his device n housewife who has respect for Hie feelingsof those who partake of the food she cooks can place a ilorcn eggs in n row. with Uie X rnys tester at one end, and 11! the age and odor of the hen fruit before she Baking RoYal Powder 2&S3 ABSOLUTELY PURE THE TASSELS SAFE NOW. College Vast Amount of Evldonoo Secured Further Deliberation by Them Made Unnecessary by the Proposition to Arbitrate LI ttlo Doubt That Venezuela Will Ratify the :?lan. Girls at Baltimore Eit Turkoy arid Mako Up. Sophomore War on the Prenhmruanfl Dismantle Their Caps ICrtallatory Measure nesnlt In Capitulation and a torn of the Captnretl Tassel. Il-.3b. s, s c-tn- iin-lej- -s I'icrrc-Miouclo- t, oe mer-chau- 31-3- 0 Y--A T-L-A Fciiir-IIiM- ir tilvnti l' llxIiiiUKtcd. .lames Kand.ill and Henry Mullens, Iwo colored men of Falls county, Tex, caught a be.ii alive in the big bend of the llraos i ner and sold him to a Wooo b Office on Second street, over butcher. The bear was out hunting grocery. honev. and when discovered he was at Uie tup of n cottonwood tree, close to STEPHEN D. PA.RRISH, 'he river. The trev stood on a blulf and caned towaid the river. The men cut A TTORNEY A T LA W, the tree down, and when Hie bear fell Kentucky. tn to the river they pursued him with n Rn iimoxd, loat and captured him. Henry Mullens E5TPatent, Caveats, Trade, Marks, described the capture. lie ::id: "The main trouble we had was to keep Deigns, Etc Report as to patentability of invitation the bear out of Hie boat. He wasa fast Free of Charge. Unsurpassed facilities. .wimincr, and lie appeared to know we Moderate terms. Before applvmg for a had nothing along to shoot with. When 4G- patent, write me. he trot too ciose we pushed him under villi our paddles, and when he was aliout to drown we got a rope over his head and with the help of some men on A TTORNEY-W, the sliore we got him muzzled. When we pulled him out of the water he was Rtrhmond, Kentucky. oo far gone to fight. It was five hours from Hie time we cut the txec down ( ollections solicited. before we had him chained and harmless 13 .is a hog." PHYSICIANS. A GOAT EATS RATS. Chen-ault'- ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, GREEN CLAY A T-L-A --- DR. H. R. GIBSON, Abnormal Appetite of a Nanny Kmbtr-iMsse- s Its Owner Somewhat. Itcne Claj ton, a cigar dealer of PhilaPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, delphia, owns a nanny goat of which he Kentucky. feels proud. She is not an especially Richmond. ornamental animal, but has proved herself to be useful. One peculiar thing Otfice in the Joe CCilins building, s8 and ao Sec about her is that she has an abnormal ond Street, over Wnue .old druotore. appetite for rats, and is almost as good as a terrier in keeping the premises free CHAS. HOOKER, of these pests. She enjoys going into I ETERINARY SURGEON, tho cellars in the neighborhood, and soon comes forth with prey in her teeth. Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. to Various complaints have !kiii Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specially. Mr. Clayton about his troublesome pet. OffLe up stairs over New York Store, corner A family living a few doors lchw ( 's Mam and First streets. Richmond store were eating supper a few evenings ago when suddenly a Inrge rat U. C. M. Z! darted through the room and after it in Medicine and Scrgery. hot pursuit tame the goat. As the rat had a good lead it escaped, while. nanny Office Collins Building, Main Street. Telephone at residence (the Cnrr place) on got mixed up in one of the dining-rooII roadway. chairs, and in its desperate attempt to Kentucky. get free demolished that, piece of furniRicnMOND, --- --ture, which Mr. Clayton had to pay for. The animal is now rusticating in the DR. 0. A. KENNEDY, ... 7- e lay-ton- 6- JASPER, m Richmond, Pitch Mlnlnc; In llurbadocs. Harbadocs, where sugar once was king, is likely to be converted into ono Office in Smith Building, No. 30c Main Street, np vast manjak (glance pitch) mining constairs Office hours 13 to 1 ana 4 to $ o'clock. cern. Since Uie discovery of the asphalt deposits large shipments have been DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, sent to the United States, and the AmerKentucky ican capital to a considerable extent it Richmond. about being invested in mining operations. Barbadoes expects to knock out Telephone at office and residence. V Trinidad and Venezuela, as lirst-claIchor is obtainable for next to nothing W. EVANS, M. D., Tree of America. In the Onited States there axe 419 Physician and Surgeon, different species of trees, and J9 of them, when perfecUy seasoned, will Richmond, ss PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. ... country. r .... Kentucky. sink in watT. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Ifedicine and Surgery, Richmond. Kentucky. Offlce and residence on Third Street. ... Madison Monumental Works. Fo.ds4n.&-M.riiAND GRANITE MONUMENTS, DSiTCAL STOGERY. The sophomore and freshman closes cracks the shells and drops the nt the Woman's college celebrated yolks and whites into the greased pan. Thanksgiving together. They had been ut war for nearly a weelt over what Mr. Hughes Is not a tnemlicr of Uie Fgg Candlcrs union. His invention is is termed "The Rnpe of the Tassels." While the freshmen were attending on going to throw mnii5' of its tnemliers The uppellants asserted that the pubout of a job. With the light of the X entertainment of the junior class the lic school buildings should be increased ra3's one man can do the work of four sophomores entetcd theirs rooms and sufiicicntly to accommodate the pupils of the. experts in South Water street, cut off the tassels of all the college caps. of Uie dstrict, and Uiat the sectarian When Uie freshmen discovered their Chicago. He may or may not be a character of St. lhndget'n school was so friend of "ham" actors time alone will loss they determined to have revenge. well known and the denominational tell that. It may le that liens will re- At every opportunity they would clip influences in the schools were so great form their ways and lay none hut good the tabsels from the caps of sopho- - they were unwilling to submit their riggs hereafter, in view of the fact that .tnores, until the latter. In such, influences while nt- were compelled to cut off their own children to Al their in" wili be found outto n certainn av n t 4ft6 am nrl pin them on when the cap ., ' ,. . ,,,' ty when the. X rays shed their light tashels and MMm on the result of their Inlnir. Political was to be used. At times the fresh tend the school. orators may also be secure hereafter men watched for an opixirtunity and the wearer quietly,'., Superintendent Skinner decides that from those who do not agree with them Stole tip sisterhood are .i... f. ... iiufc fjilin tfout ..!' .1 .iT- - tbo tj. . . .of thender the laws ofduly mew uub mict v.. ..1 on the financial question. m.u luc " members the tilrl lw rhn Iilfrttt QliV nQti.lnnp. F.gg testers are not the only things state, and, having been duly employed Mr. Hughes has invented. Among 20 made. Bo the war went on with varying for- by the respondents, cannot be dismissed patents isrued to him one Is for a coffin tunes until Thanksgiving day, when a ! without sufTlcIent cause, and no sufllin which he. will be buried himself. Tie cient cause has been shown for which only made one of the coffins, whereat magnanimous surrender was made on he sliould annul their certificates. He the part of Uie sophomores. At the the woild is glad. If he will make milblose of tho chapel exercises there was concurs in the opinion of his predeceslions of the devices to insure refined found hanging from one gallery to an- sor that Uie teachers in the public eggs the world will also lie glnd. not to wear other of the main hall of Oouchcr hall, schools of the state oughtany religious the distinctive garb of WILL PLAY A GOLDEN FLUTE. a long green string from which dangled denomination. To tliose not satiiifled 4Q lost tassels. Soloist of the Marina Rand Indulge an gTacef ully the The sophomores surveyed It with with this complete severance of secuexpensive Taate. and religions instruction ho says such looks of admiration as an ordinary lar private school is open. Henry Jaeger, solo flutist of the MaIndian might have regarded as many the rine hand, can boast of possessing the most valuable llute in the world. This sculps. The fre&hmcn, however, made A BARREL OF EMPTY BOTTLES. instrument, which has just been for- a wild dash toward the object of their warded to Washington by the New York affection and soon appeared trium- Texas Jokers llsto Tun with Speaker Tom Smith. firm that made it, is constructed of phantly wearing the tassels. A. T. Eennett, the cotton solid gold, IS enjats fine, the kys being of silver. The metal is beautifully COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS' PAIR. buyer of Ilillsboro, Tex., Ifl having engraved with the name of tlie owner. To Be Held In New York for Benefit of considerable fun at the expenses of Speaker Tom Smith. He explained the Home Near lllnghamton. He has kept hia purchase a secret, inThe international commercial trav- cause of his mirth as follows: tending to dazzle the eyes of his fellow "Up ot Itasca Uie boys have got this musicians of Uie crack Marine hand by elers' cxposiUon to be held in New York during the lost two weeks of December schema to have a little innocent fun: playing the gold flute ni their next pubpromises to be one of the biggest things They have got a barrel of old glass lic appcaramce. of tire kind in Uie history of philan- and empty bottles, and they take tliat The instrument was made nt the Boston factory of the New York house by thropy in this country. The object of barrel upstairs at the opera house, and a workman who has been making rluten the enterprise is to raise funds for the while one staj's there and manipulates eompleUon of the Commercial Travel- Uie barrel some of the boys toll the for lfi years. The price paid is not divulged, but the gold alone used is worth ers' home on South Mountain, near intended victim to the stair steps and lllnghamton, N. Ynml Tueeday, Decem- sit down with him for a private talk. $400. The flute was cast in an espeber 1, was named as national commer- When they arc getting interested In cially constriuited mold, and two atcial trttvelerb' day. Theaters, hotels, the conversation the barrel is sent rolltempts had to he made before a perfect flute was turned out. The completed business houses and enterprises of all ing and tumbling down the stairs, and kinds throughout the country, running you never heard such a racket as It instrument is flawless, absolutely correct in tone, and of a "carrying" power up into the thousands, donated a per- makes. It is calculated to fool anybody centage of their receipts toward the and make him think the house Is fallfttnexoiilled by any flute ever conlair fund, while drummers in every line ing all over 1dm. structed. of business contributed a cash donation 'The other day John Stevens was HIS FIRST LAW CASE. to the same objecL Money and exhib- there and tho boys played the barrel its for Uie fair are pouring in on the racket on him. When n fellow gets Interesting Bemlnlscenee of President-Kleexecutive committee, the cash contribu- caught there is nothing he can do but William BIcKlnlry. James 1. Gardner, president of the tions ranging from $1,000, the amount go out and hunt up some other fellow contributed by the New York Telephone nnd work it on htm. It happened that fire brick works at ICllerslie, Allegheny county, Md., claims Uinthe was instru- company, dowrrwnrd. One hundred oT Tom Smith was there Uie same day the lending hotels in Uie United States John was, and he didn't do a thing but mental in securing for President-elec- t hove agreed to contribute $10,000, and go nnd get him and take him around to McKtnlcj his first law case. A poor woman of Canton hod fallen the first ten season tickets for the fair, the foot' of the stairs and Bit down with into a sewer careless! left open by city of an actual value of two dollars each, him. They liadn't more than sat down oflieials and sustained severe injuries, have already been Bold nt figures vary- when here came the barrel and the loose glass and bottles rolling and tumbling fihe was disabled for work and probably ing from 5100 to $200 each. with a terrible racket. Tom caught a too ignorant or too poor to bring suit. ROOM FOR MORE CADETS. glimpse of it over his shoulder and hit Mr. Gardner, thea a resident of Canton, interested himself in the poor Recommendation That Cone re Increase the dlrL lie ran away down below Uie NnmuerofAppalntmrnUtolVestrolnt. national bank liefore he caught on. woman's behalf and carried Uie case The annual report of the board of Run? Why, I reckon ho did. Maud S to Maj. McKinley, who had just hung out his shingle. The latter worked it visitors to the West Point military acad- - wouldn't, have been in It by the side of up and brought suit agfliot the city. emy recommends raising tlie rcqulre- him." menta for admission, so as to provide He won and ns a connequence Uie womFIRE. UNDERGROUND an vras able to provide herself with a that applicants shall be examined in irch subjects as may bo prescribed Ha Beea Burning- - for Weeks and Oas fund. comfortable home and a rahiy-dnCaosed Much Damage. The only award Maj. McKinley got for from time to time by the secretary of For a number of weeks an underhis services, says Mr. Gardner, was Uie war le fore they, shall be admitted to tho ground fire has been burning near Copleasure w hich a good man derives from academy. As the barracks and academic build- lumbus, N. J. Acres of ground have the performance of a good deed. ing were found Jo be ample for the ac- been reduced tojishes, and the mighty LOCATED WITH X RAYS. commodation of at least 83 more cadets, oaks of a valuable forest have been In the felled by the ravages of the flames. Philadelphia Dnetora to Open a Child's or two at large for each state union, or one for each senator, and the The fire Is on tbe'farm of Joseph Taylor. Windpipe to Kitrurt a Penny. daughter of Watson additional cost would be slight, the It hos burned from three to five acres Tlie two-- j board recommends tliat an act of con- of woodland. When it first started it v Pctts, of New Hope, Pa., opposite ille,N..I.,whosw allow ed a penny re- gress sliould be passed, authoring the was attributed to some young men cently was taken to Philadelphia the nomination of one cadet by each United who frequented the woods on Stindays to other day by the local physicians. The States senator, in addition to those now In order to find ani obscure placedislittle sufferer was growing gradually nominated by each member of the house gamble, but this theory was soon pelled by the fact that the fire had not weaker, all cfTorts to locate or remove of representatives. The board of visitors recommend ad- burned on the surface, but beneath It, the penny being futile. After arriving at Philadelphia the ditions and improvements at the acad- A blaza is never seen, but at times the One child was taken to a hospital and placed emy barracks, extension and repairs of emoke is Impenetrably dense. under the X rays. The negative showed riding bc.il and stables and a number of morning last week when the wind that the penny had lodged in the wind other improvements which they thin): was blowing from Uie cast It was Impipe, and to remove it an operation was will moke the military academy the possible for those driving along the Comost complete school of the kind in the lumbus road to"see their horses, and necessary. in order to pass through tho cloud of was decided to take the child back world. It Emoke they had to lead Uie frightened home and perform the operation there. PROSPERITY IN GERMANY. animals. When tlie fire first appeared Plying Ants. a" small ditch, with a Kejolcea Orer Good Hoslnese American Taylor dammed A remarkable phenonicnoruwns witTicw to submerging the burning porGood That Find Ready Sale. A swarm nessed at Jerusalem recently. Consul J. C. Monoghan writes the tion. This was in a measure effectual, of flyiug ants settled upon the city and in a few days it burst forth again filled the air from sunrise until ulnc department of statcfrom Chemnitz that but Germany rejoices over a good business In several other places. The fire seems sepul-che- r o'clock. Visitors to the holy of this year. to burn at a depth of from one to two for the first were obliged to use their handthe surface. It turns Uie soil constantly in order to keep Increased Imports, especially of raw feet from reddish powder and eats away kerchiefs material for manufactures, and In- into a fine the insects out of their eyes and nosof the trees. trils. The natives nsacrtetl that Utis creased exports of manufactured arti- the roots flight of ants was the cles are the cause. The value of imextraordinary JUDGE RULES ON KISSES. precursor of an earthquake. Whether ports for the first nine months was there wa3 any real connection between $785,400,800, against $742,798,000 for the . Do Not Constitute Assault and Hattery Unless Personal Injury Itesult. the two phenomena or not. ns a mat- correspondingvperiod of 1895. The total Abraham Brow n is postmaster, n merter of fact two slight shocks of earthquake were felt in Jerusalem on. the were $638,944,000, against $598,283,000 chant and prominent citizen of Nora, for '05. Marlon county, Jnd., and Georgo Huffevening of the same day. Among the articles most certain to man is a competitor in the goods busi UrlUsh Naval Hands. make their way in Germany, if propaay uowen was arThere has been of late an extrnor-dinar- y erly handled, Mr. Monaghnn says, ore ness. The aotner complaint preferred by rested 6n Uie number of forincrease in wooden wnrea, carriages, desks, furnl-ttir- Huffman's wife, Uie complaint being eign bandsmen employed in the British shoes, eawe, files, crackers, bis- tliat while she was in the rear part of navy. cuits, wafers nnd typewriters. ber husband's store Bowen entered and North America's Level. kissed ond hugged her many times, in A Prrttj Speech. Humboldt calculated that the average In one of Lowell's letters to lirlggs fact, of tencr than was pleasant. Bow en level of North America is 743 feet above the former raeoUons Thackeray's vis- denied the charge and proved that he the ocean it to Boston, and says that during the was In Huffman's store but three minmeting of Thackeray with Ticknor, the utes on Uie day the offense was alleged latter said: "One mark of a to have been committed, and that it for would have been impossible to do all gentleman is to be good blood shows itself in good fea- the hugging and kissing alleged against tures." "A pretty speech," replied him In bo short a time. Tho magistrate alANUFACIUBKK-ASDEALKR man held that tfissing and hugging docs not Thackeray, "for one broken-noseto moke to another," and in the letter constitute ussault and battery unless b Lowell added: "All Boston has been personal injury results, and Bowen was acquitted. eecretly tickled about it." rg York Instruction Settle a Dispute. Superintendent of Public Instruction Charles R. Skinner has decided the West Troy school case. The appeal was liken by F. B. Durant et al. from the action of the board of education of the village of West Troy, now Uie city of Watcrvliet, in leasing rooms In the SL Bridget's parochial school building for public bchool purposes, and employing as teachers memberi, of the Sisterhood of St. Joseph and from the action of Uie board In pcrmltUhg such teachers to w ear the dress or garb of their order in the public schoolrooms. ''N3 MAY TEACH !.i)irlntoadent of Now IN SCHOOLS. self-defens- e. ! v sr 1 1 , u-.- '... .,7. well-know- n The Venezulean commission is in a state of suspended animation only as far ns the deliberation'.; of the commissioners toward decid ng on a true divisional line of the disputed territory are concerned. The executive of the commission is, however, carrying on its lators with undiminished energy in the , effort to arrange for publication the vast amount of evidence on the controversy which it has collated in the past ten months and which I j expected to prove invaluable to the subsequent orbital tribunal. The Impression created by recent publications thot the commission will make n report to the president involving opinions as to the merits of any portion of the ctrntroversy, is characterized as distinctly erroneous by President Brewer and Secretary who ore at present the only active officials of tie body, the ether members having left the city not to return or again toko up their studies of the evidence unless tie agreement entered Into by Lord Salisbury and the idate department proves nliortiv; In Uie Venezuelan cabinet nnd congress. It is stated authoritatively that no intimation has been received frcm President Cleveland or an official source that anything is expected of the commission for the present, but its existence is still continued for fear of a necessary resumption of Its work through failure of Uie proposed settlement. There is, however, so little doubt In official circles that Venezuela will ratify the convention with Great Britain thot the eommlrsioners have practically taken the termination of their work for granted and have directed the publica-tlono- f all reports which will be essential to a future decision with the stipulation, however, that all opinions as to the merits of Uie dispute be expurgated and that Uie colorless facts alone be presented. Beyond these pnblications the commission has no idea of making any report, but expects to be discharged of its functions by the president as soon as the good offices of the United States have been formally accepted by both parties of the controversy. Mallet-Prevos- t, BAD FOR BURGLARS. Thief Traced by the Mark of Ills Teeth In the Pumpkin Pie. Burglars would do well when ransacking a house to refrain from taking a bite out of any pumpkin pie they may find lying around. Dr. R. L. Taylor, of 1209 Wylie avenue, Pittsburghra., was awakened tlie other morning by the striking of a match. He saw a colored man peering into his room from behind the portieres. He sprang from his bed and chased the burglar from the place. Before arousing the doctor the thief had ransacked the lower partof Uie house. After he had packed the silverware in a bag he decided to sample a nice, juicy pumpkin pie which he found in the re fngerator. The negro apparently did not like pumpkin pie, ns he took but one bite of it. The bite was a biir one. and the marks of the man's teeth w ere plain- ly seen by the doctor. The latter pre- served the pie until he couid make a mold thnt would fit the indentation in the pie. After making the mold he had a perfect impression of the thief's There's something wrong! t f We Send it FREE! -- TO ill Yormg and Old. . and feverish, and have frequent attacks of Indigestion and BilDepend upon it, iousness? t your liver is out of order. Be- gin time, arouse the liver to ac-- I tivity and purify the blood, I building up health and strength t to resist the attacks of more I serious ailments by taking Arc vou subicct to colds on slight exposure, always tired Rejoice with ns in the Discovery. When a man lia suffered for years a vveakue&s that blights his Hie aniC robs him of all tliat really make Jtfe worth hvinjr, if he avail !iiuelf of a complete cure, why not possess the moral' courage to stop hi downward xmiti. We will tend vou b mail, .AIJMJI.r.lTr-L- Y vvitii m j Johnston's Sarsaparilla QUART BOTTLE. in plain package, the Pi:. lliimiAY.N vim K.S lOIUllU. r.i:i.KLS. with a lejsd g. to permanently cure l.O.sr Jl ," iillill), MOCl'lL WKAK KP.KK, Sr.LK-Aolsr- rful a sure, quick, and certain cure for all diseases caused bv imoure teeth. blood or torpid liver. Frank Washington, of 55 River avenue, who was near the house the night Quart Bottles, Sx. of the robbery, was arrested on susWILLIAnS. DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. Detroit. Mich. picion. An examination of his mouth I. clearly showed that he was the man who L Liyerettes cure blck Headache. 35c hud taken the bite out of the pie. At Sold by D Z and T B. Taylor, the hearing before Magistrate McGarey Waco. Kv the evidence was presented, and Washington, who made no defense, was held for trial at court. MtlllT MISSIONS ami all mmatHral drains. Returns to former annearanceji j emaciated organs, ' C. O D. fraui 1 nor recine deeentwvn. : If we could not cure, we would not sewl our medicine KKKK to try, and pay when 1 atisfied. Write as this mav n-Address itppe.irag.un. to-da- NrS. AKIi'lli VA.K, Miil'S forever m ti-- i 3 5 Western Medicine Company, 1K0EP0R1IED. Kalamazoo, Jlich- 21 25 ct y ear-ol- d Larn-be.rt- three-quarte- rs e, NAVAL CADET SENT ABROAD. Will Stndy Marine Architecture at the Unlvrrslty of (Urn cow. Secretary Hobart. in recognition of CO the urgent need of more naval construcI5. tors to design and supervise the buildt E? ing of new warships, has granted Xo. 27. Talking F.rtVei Time Table un- of Naval Cadet William G. day, November S, 196 Grovcsbeck, of Indiana, to enter that JJ) CLASS 2N"D CUrta roqis of the navy, and the young AST HOUND " v - v- officer, who is one of the honEx Sub Ex Sua Ex Swr KxS"o George Thorpz, ored men of his class, has been AM. F . A. M. A. U Street, between Main and detached from duty on the ar6 40 8 js ic 2s Water, rear of Dillingham building, Nicho!asviHe mored cruiser New York and has te ii 7 J5 ii t6 Valley K JJ sailed for I'urope to study marine Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds Million View . , II " J 5& 8 12 II 45 II m architecture at the University of Glas- of blacksmithing promptly in tlie best . r. m. workmanlike manner. 7 Richmend- -. 8 jo iijojhji gow under Prof. Bilas. It is customary i a Us ... Unw. 11 a II js to send three or four men from each Mobtrty 12 Ui I f class of the academy abroad to study r 51 ii 42 JR. a iS , II ship design, but Cadet Grovesbeck is Irvine. .. nil r. m. 3 I w the sixth man so ."elected from his class K. 0. DIVISION. and he will have the advnntae of being HoTT. HeTJ. Ns.a. N'sxio WEST BOUND Ex Sub Ex Sub Ex Sua Ex Saa associated with two of his own classIn Effect M.ncn 1, tS9G. mates at Glasgow, ssitant Naval A. M r. . A. M. r M lv. Express for Cincinnati, .nv Irnne Evans and Adams. i 3s Sis Two a. M. Pane, Jlaysviile, Win- - i. m rjBeU i;s 44 i others are at Greenwich and one at Brassfield a W 40 Chester and Lexington Meberly . 2 ,t Paris. At the end of two years they 5 0.25 mail. Union 7.33 j ,7 j XJ will all enter Into active service at the Richmond . ,,. ,.. 6 05 a 35 5 40 5 cd Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-I- ". WEDDED AMONG COFFINS. MiBton '1 So 6 ao navy yards and shipbuilding establishj 10 m. ville. Winch ester and Valley View 634 3 4S S h ments, where their services are already Amusing Circumstances Resulting" from a NlChoJasviHe ,, 6 5S 10 2.05 4 6 5S mail. 1.05 VertaiHei urgently needed. S 3; Chief Constructor 7 55 4 S5 Preacher tiring; an Undertaker. Livingston, London, Jel- Scores of empty caskets and coffins Ilichtoro will endeavor to secure eight a.m. r. V. 1.10 lico, Pineville. r. M. A.M. 12 55 stood grimly against the wsilJs of Rev. or ten men from the next graduating Fas line for Livingston, a. m. Trains between Louisville ami VcrsatHes ifaify. Stephen Merritt's undertaking estab- class in the hope of increasing his staff Londou.JcIIico Knoxville 319 Trains between CiaciBsatt an4 NVcfcMV'll lishment at 210 Eighth avenue. New to meet the enormously increased dea. si Fast line for Cincinnati, p. m. daily. York, the other night when Michael mand made upon it ly tho rapid growth 3 19 Paris WinchesUr. 11.43 All trains connect with Southern Railway to Taylor, wearing an old suit of clothes, of our naval force. r m. Rowland. Lancaster and a. ji and from Louisville, ami with the C. N. O.&T. under the coat of which wan a hickory 1.25 Stanford. 10:10 P. to and from Cincinnati TO UTILIZE CITIES' SEWERS. jmnper, entered wiUi Delin Kerrigan. r. ji Rowland, Lancaster and r. jt You can spend five hours in Louisville, afceut sex Tire couple were approached by Wil- Scientific Dream Suggested by the Under-Srou7.40 Stanford. j.jq hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours ib Lexiastea. aad assist-an- t. liam II. Griffin, Uie undertaker's System of ParH. return to Richmond at 930 p. m. The mention in Postmaster-Genera- l "Where's the minister?" i.skcd Tay- Wilson's report of the desirability but lor. enormous cost of pneumatic tules for "He'll be here in a little while," said mail service in cities suggests a scienGriffin, supposing that he was wanted tific dream. As is well known, Uie to conduct religious services sewers of Paris are great underground "Maj" be it is something I can do," suggalleries, the main ones large enough gested Griffin. "You know I am tlie to be traversed by men in boats, and in assistant and understand tho prices of them electric wires are hung and all very thing." necessary tubes arranged. If thatcould "But you can't marry anyone, can be done in Paris, ns It was many years you?" asked Taylor. ago with the costly Griffin looked from Taylor to tho girl, whj- - not much more readily in and a light dawned upon him. The as- Philadelphia, says the Ledger, with all sistant went out and returned in a few the advantages of modern economical moments with Rev. Stephen Merritt, methods, and in a subsoil so well adaptpreacher nnd undertaker. There, in ed to Uie work as we have here? Then-i- s no difficulty in conceiving a harmonithe midst of the coffins, with the assist ant ns "best man, Uie couple were mar- ous system of sewers under this city, fulfilling the same functions as those of ried with a brief service. "Well, it's all over. Is It?" aikrd TayPari, solving the problem of overhead vvires by taking them all underground, lor. carrying gas, water, pneumatic nnd any "All over," said Griffin. Then, as a sort of finishing; remark, other desired pipes nnd tubes in n position where they would be out of the he added: "Call again." Taylor smiled and he and the bride way and yet would be always within reach, and there would be no difficulty Men's Suits $2.49, worth $10.00. lcfL Hoys' Suits Si cents, worth $2.00. in constructing the same without disLOCATED AT LAST. Men's Shoes 90 cents, worth $1.50. turbing the surface, except perhaps for Ladies' Shoes 75 cents, worth $1.50. Prefessor at Lick Observatory Picks Oat the smaller branches. It is only n question of money. Some day, no doubt, Mythical Companion of Proeyon. Children's Shoes 20 cents, worth 5GctsN. In a letter to the San Franoisco Ex- the city will have the money, nnd will Calico and Cotton 3 cents a yard. aminer Prof. J. M. Schaeberic. of U10 ' see Its way clear to make this great im- Overcoats from $1.00 up. Lick observatory, announced that he provement, Cloaks from $1.00 up. v com- - ' had at last located Uie mythlcnl LOVES LONGFELLOW'S POEMS. panlon of Proeyon, which has been for ' .. t. 111c .1.1... uj n jcurs .V- - uujtub 01 ujci e.u-- ;ii 1... ua- - Chicago Woman Cilv es Iloaton Library 810,-00- 0 to KstablUli Memorial Collection. tronomers the world over. Prof. Schaeb-erl- e The Boston public library is in receipt says: "On the morning ol' November 14, 1S9G, while examining the im- of a benefaction the identity of the mediate vicinity of Proeyon with the donor of which is surrounded with some great telescope, in a clear and perfect- mystery. The giver Is Miss Vlctorine ly tranquil atmosphere, I unmijtolcably Artz, of Chicago, and the amount of the bodj shining bestowal is S 10,000. found the d About a month ago Herbert Putnam, yellowish star of llko a about the thirteenth magnitude. My the public librarian, received a letter measures of that same morning, so from Miss Artz, saying she wished to made and arranged as to remove all donate monej to the library for the purdoubt as to the reality of tho object, pose of establishing n Longfellow memgive the following place referred to orial collection. Other letters were in which Miss Artz declared herProeyon: HcKee Corner, Richmond, Ey. "Position angle, 318.8 degrees; dis- self to be an ardent devotee of Longfelnovll-l- y low. She said that she loved his verse tance, 4.6 minutes." above that of any other writer and for Crematories for the (jermrni Army. years had studied the life, the style and A portable crematory for military tlie purposes has been Invented by u. Polish fixedcharacteristics of the poet with a not revealed. Ill health engineer. It haa the uppeanince of forced purpose abandon her to the purpose, but tho army baking oren, but is much had however, to found and is drawn by she enduring hiffher and heavier, n memorial to her beloved Correct Shapes Styles -eight horses. It is Intended for the dis- poet. Miss Alice Longf elovv, the poet's posal of the bodies of soldiers 1 Hied in daughter, never heard of Miss Artz. battle, so as to avoid the danger of epiMiss Artz never lived in Boston, nor demics from the burial of gret.t numArtistic Effects Best Materials cverviaited there. And her antecedents of men. Each Uermaa arm,f oorps. are not such as to bers indicate the sort of exIt is said, will be ecmipped with one. pression which her munificence took. Little is known of Miss Artz in ChiComfortable Reasonable Prices Steam a Felon. i For a felon steam it! A good way is cago. She is a woman of wealth and to let the steam from the nose cf a tea- lives in seclusion at the Metropole. kettle strike the felon not so near as Long; Corridors. lo burn the flesh but bold it there till Tho corridors of Farnham castle, FEaTHEEBONE CORSET CO. tba pain ceases. feMC. .grfA 0& England, the Episcopal palace of the Sc!e Mft- sMmx&Qmkk Wheat Yield of France. bishop of Winchester, are 1,794 yard3 in yield of wheat In Franca, owing length, all told. The to the careful cultivation of the toil and Average of Sickness. the large quantity of guano anil other yfltr-ikJvKiVvSb r' Ten days per annum is the average fertilizers employed. Is 17 bushels per U -- Sf lBki FSy-w-fir ft ig in human life. amount of sickness "rtr ncre. 0:Wanted-A- n Trio eaa think of some Blmpfe) rrotect Toor Idra. thT mar Write JOHN WEDDEKBttRN &, Itta?: ttCTs. Wublngtfin. D C. for thirlr 813) prlxe and Ust of two hundred luTeatlons Trusted. offer Idea 3 e. n, i. & e .1. i. rl V1 S-- . L. & jS'. E. rs 11-4- 3 11 '3JI ft' is nd THE GREATEST JI Sz5XjJD Ever known. Everything in our store store marked down to realize money. -,. Don't buy until you see us. Will save you money sure. long-sought-f- or well-define- NEW YORK STORE, FeatherboiNE Corsets and Waists. ed I &gl lli SB wt , ffrM Kly aest W Mst il ' j-- i Wyfl Rsvi7i YtwUQwB&ZG&sy n mmammmmmermmmmmmKmammafmmtmMwttmmmm J JyVmy jff':2V 0Tl R xH well-lookin- g' Who otn think of soise simple Wanted-- An tbliuriODUent? mar brtajr yoil "."-Wrl- te Ideas: Protect your WDDK8t7RN CO, Ptisit Attor-neyJ0HK Washington. D. Cfor their 13 irlxe oHer ot two non-r- ed Invenuo- -s waatoO. aadllit thr Idea OYAL-TAHS- Y s, PILLS B i IIEWBISCOVEJIV. TTCYF.UFAILS. A new, reiiiu;e aaa laid roxioi xurtup. pres ed. rcniy or calcft.1 IaJtes. lnvliroratvathoocrirans. Lnl'otfofcfw Nir wore of dan-.7ot- c9 paper. K per tax. sniill bcx (L Utn rcoled In plln wrapper. Send j '. d E. If upk yMl si' TRACE 5!Ull Wl I I 1l "ttSLEm Wily ky i?l-Vfe?r- SJv2v. WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS. MBaSSagg; yi "'l.Jtliailrtil'TwV'tfi.aM ? S0mm rf " TRACE KARA 1Jo MHsrV SWF' silS DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Richmond, Kzntuckt OrncK Smith building. Main Street. Office hours, yoo to 11 M.; 1:00 to 4 M. "Practice limited to dentistry. 'ombs, Tablets, Headstones, Ubns, Production. Ten dozen eggs a year is the average estimate given as the production of the The Den's Err A Good Statuary, Etc FINE WORK A hen. es- A bat can absorb and digest In one night three times the weight of its own hodr. Feeder. SVSSofSSSBrgilB?. CJXAB4.0C1AT10, I faithfuIj men ob SPECIALTY WANTED travel for responsible J. C. Mesa as. J. A. Yates. DENTISTS, MORGAN & YATES, EiCHMOND, - - - Kentucky. s5B5sBBV"aaBsBsaaasa' Bank. Omcs Main Street, overMadiion National Your Trade SoHcited.j An education at Harvard, Yule, Main Wards flplitrmwrl frv nntr nnrf nf t.ht on or any other colleze or institution Wnrfr Don't let drunzlst , TonlKieaasaltjIeldsaBTeaterproat. of learning irl the United States, i fnz FKKPEK'S XEKVIoIx, Inslttoncar -(- Opposite Glyndon- .)?.tcna far State. W" Write for Designs and National, Star Insurance BIdjy., . wrapor in the New England Conserva- - X anocrneaiaTeatpocei.-rcpaiupiiu. Chicago. j, , S, iOtc tory of Mimic, can be secured by y per. - per box, or tat: Car wltSA Prices: erXeflmd Itio Written, amtrsutte t draastou. Addre JL Elder, of Owonsboro, is be- r any young man-o- r woman' who, is -Jf IFr-- PsjhobW free. Sold tr?'X, attests, ut CouMrv Produce Bough and J. ... GEO. 0. DOZIER, Proprietor. lieved to have perished in a snow a in earnest. Write for particulars- A t., Micrnpfir i icn mariraT .i t "Hitn Y quickly. JAMES D. BALL, $ soia Dy ucQmooa rug vo. Irvine Streets. storm while enroute home from tV, 36 Brom6eldC. Boston, Ma. "H Bl.-ease- s, tablished house In Kentucky. Salary Position perma-nan- t. $780 and expenses. Reference. Unclosed stamped envelope. The , r ' Sold by Richmond Dru G. "White. mruY. a'QAY. IS-- D". C2Jcao. I Co. and W. i Herchants cheerfully refund TUjXamMl M "mVJJf T,W ft ff,1l II ll Ii flH 2s I STJ11?i! 28 Styles. P1' the money 1.m niWnf F5rfScSjS. fledium, Long and 3l - .""OTL FREE EDUCATION. to Cur Nervousness. Iost Vltulltj". Innotescri NlttyJSals-loaiJost;Pow'c- r-. sex, Fatll-- s; Memory, Was time -- rut either and alt of ulf atnus or rxouirs a efnUoff Insanity and eoruarar-tlon- . (ndbcretfcni. 1 n Did: What and qslckly. Curesisjhen all It acts powerfullyBen regain lost manliood; old others fall. Yotuw men reeoTcryoutbral tleor. Absolutely aar-ante- PEFFER'S NER!68B ed J.H.NEFF&C0 Asss-- .(!.. """ . ,'6t"j 49Mf " "u rs notsatbfactory. JRHsV!? fflffW iiWitatlry 7vats "R -- Short Vcrtgtl BY Mi H H r I "J -- StPt. a H , t- ' 4fe SOLD AND RECOMMENDED fiW) BfiFBilW - ir-.- rr. ,.JL. . -- .Richmond, Ky. PmepoUB. J , i yE ii - 1r f; 4!h rif 1 j ..-- - J I' r ) !,. .. i " -?" , ' $&" .' mt&xo-'- i IH-i- White. n , v " .tt. ,,!. . .. " i. ' . LtJ ! , H 11 i1 jikill"" - . (. tc---- ,.;;: - iiaa-5wr- " r ,i . ' -- Vn -fi fTfi1jiM-ffi'i--if- iii ..' - - -'j- ,ti vii- - - ;i iiii -- : -- and notions j "Tii uuwuw i RICHMOND. - ; - - ,iSHTiicKy,-ii' , - i . ! (8? " ' ' ,, i - -- .9 J'M 1"" i H H - Er if re-' - sM-'lMldmL- i " t '&-&biLriiitjrt!ai. - .r 4 a :,;--H--ti H-- IEBI hJHr I if t iTnf3! :C? j- - .rv- - ft C- - r PK -- j i. 'V SI. -- l-Ss ip . L, -- -? - J. ,. 2r ri ; .,, i r . THE CLIMAX. Climax Printing J- NOTICE OF CONTEST. PERSONAL,. On last Saturday Mr. A. T. Herd, Mrs. Claude Smith is visiting relaKJiLBHID rvKKT WEDNESDAY XT Assistant Secretary oftha Republi- tives in Irvine. can Campaign Committee, served Co. notice of contest on Hon. W. B. Miss Ollie Baldwin is the guest of Tho friends In Mr, Sterling. Smith, the only Bryan elector for the Mr. E. Tutt Burnam is up from State of Kentucky. J. C CMESAULT. Proprietor and Editor. A. D. MILLER, Frankfort for the holidays. There can bo but one object in this Miss Annie McKee Is at home contest and it must bo apparent to PRICK PER YEAR, $1.50. any one. The gamblers are the only from Loretta for the holidays. IN ADVANCE, $1.25 persons that can possibly be benefitMiss Ethan Wilson is spending the ed, even should the contest succeed. holidays witli relatives in Estill. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1896. It looks little even to humiliation Mr. and Mrs. James McCarty, of to see the Republicans after having Cincinnati, are visiting relatives just elected a President of the Uni- here. ADVEBTlSXITa BATES. ' O H 5 ted States now- cater to the appeals O HMrs. Dr. A. Wilkes Smith has re2 sa n a of gamblers and btart out to do dirty o 2 turned from a pleasant visit to s S ? S work for them, however, the average 5 2 SPACE. Republican is not above any little 2 : Mr. Allen Zaring has returned " " 5 jrr 2. act, and they have never been pari : : : : from a visit to friends in Harrods-burI I I I i" f ticular about their associates. Lou-vill- e. " " g. t t i : 1 sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional insertion' Obituaries, resolutions of re.peet and similar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. CANOIDATCS Inches, a 30 3 50 joo 1000 ijoo ijij Inches. 3 00 4 00 6 00 xa on 19 00 a8 75 Inches. 350 500 7501(00:3003450 From an examination of the vote V C1 . 400 600 900 1800 :7 40 00 V Col.w. 600 900x300:70040006000 2 00 11 00 17 7j 34 50 50 00 80 00 in the States of Kentucky, Indiana, iCol iCoI loop s 00 aa sol 4a cy 60 ooljoo 00 Ohio, "West Virginia and Maryland sWReidinj notices 10 cents a line for first In- the negro votes in the States named 3 4 5 Inch. fioossoSti$$45of;ooTi2 0o Inches 00 1750 175 a ;o 350 7 00 11 THE NEGRO VOTE. Miss Mattie Finney, of Shelby villo, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dykes. Mrs, Judge Robert Riddell, of Irvine, was the guest of friends here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice, of Stanford, are spending the holidays With relatives hero. Mrs. John Feenoy, Jr., of Paris, is spending the holidays with her father's family. Mrs. Sarah Gibson Humphries, of Versailles, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Chenault. Miss Ida Darnaby has come home from Richmond for the holidays. Lexington Argonaut. Master Win. Toomey is at home from Danville Deaf and Dumb Institute for the holidays. Miss Willie Smith, of Winchester, is the guest of Mr. J. Speed Smith and Mrs. T. S. Moberly. Miss Anabelle Evans, of Clark county, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Evans, this count'. Miss Maie Cosby, of Jessamine, is spending the holidays with Miss Allie Co&by, at Foxtown. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Alverson, of Stanford, are spending the holidays with Mrs. Mattie Alverson. Mrs. R. J. Fogg and daughter, Sadie, are the guests of Mrs. Anderson Chenault, this county. Mr. Travis Deatherage has returned fiom Athens, Illinois, where he has resided for nearly one year. Mr. L. H. Kruntz, of Pittsburg, Penn., it, spending the holidays with his aunt, Mrs. G. W. Young. Miss Helen Montgomery, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting Miss Laura Bennett and other relatives here. Miss Virginia Chenault, of Mt. Sterling, is spending the holidays with friends and relatives here. Mr. Walter S. Bronston, of Lexington, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. George Prewitt, on Third street. Mr. J. Stone Walker is spending the holidays with his daughter, Miss . ANNOUNCEMENT. bimetallism just as cordially as they did for monometallism had the Rety Court, subject to the action of the publican party so declared. It is Democratic party. not principle but party that the P. II. SULLIVAN. negro votes for. J A I LEU. James C. Lackey is a candidate for Jailer of "Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR rOK JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Judge of the Madison Coun- is larger than the Republican majorities in the last November election. It is well known that the netrro votes the Republican ticket regardless of the policy advocated by that party. They would have voted for Bennett, Miss Chenault, of Mt. Sterling; Misses Katie Smith, Katie Blanton, Marie Tind Annie Belle Harber, Estolle Walker, Lizzio Turley, MayJJallard, Bessie Spears, Minnie Wagers, Anne Ite what gives Hood's Sarsaperllla IU great' popularity, its constantly Increasing Crutcher, Anna Frazee", Ann Ben Bales, and enables it to accomplish its nett, Amy Smith, MabeOTorril', wonderful and unequalled cares. Tho Lett Crow, Laura Bright, Flora combination, proportion and process Chenault, Mr. Ben Bohannon, of used in preparing Hood's Barsaparilla Versailles; Messrs. Charles, Joe, are unknown to other medicines, and Jeptha and Cabell Chonauit, Robt. make Hood's Sarsaparilla nnd Hood Littlo, Garnett Nichols, Joo Tevis, Sam Bales, Thos. Pickels, Speed Smith, Talbot Jackson, Hiram It cures a wide rango of diseases becausu Douglas, Harry Blanton, Jim and ot its power as a blood purifier. It acts Louis Nealo, Tom Jones, Frank directly and positively upor the blood, and reaches every nook and Walker, Leslie Evans, Jennings corner of the human system. Thus-alGreenleaf, Warfleld Bennett, Robt. the nerves, muscles, bones and tissues Crow, Lace Bright, Cass Tribble, come under the beneficent influence ot Joel Tribble. Prof; D. A. Chenault, of Lexington, Is spending a few days with his brother-in-laDr. G. W. Evans, on North street. We are always glad to welcome the genial face of the. Professor back to his native The One True Wood Purifier. 51 per bottle. heath. The following handsomely en- IlOOa j S FlllS euro I.lver Ills; easy to tals6,easytooperate.25c. graved invitation has been received by Richmond parties: .Mr. and. Mrs. Nealo v Merit the-bloo- d HERE'S TOOB OBTUNITY. 4 IP i iDDDnanmnnnnnnnnnnnnDD -- ? A New Eight-volu- me 'EP mflfti & cyclopaedia At bout. Your Own Price. v Peculiar to Itself l w, Hoods Sarsaparilla j NEW YORK FASHIONS. Every one who has had occasion to consult tho ctimborsomo old encyclopaedias for some needed information, effectually concealed in some long article, will bo glad to know of tho appcaranco ot a navr general reforenco vork 'built along different lines, so that any child who can read may successfully consult Such a work iaTho NeV Standard Aineiican Encyclopaedia In eight large quarto volumes, ,and which embraces tho substance cf all tho other encyclopaedias, besides a very Iaigoamount of new matter none of them contain. It introduces a vast nrmber of now words, names, facts, ideas, inventions, metlioth) and dc clopmcuts. It treats, ia all, over 00,000 topics, which is from 0,000 to 10,000 inoro than any other work. The publishers of tho "Standard American" have also lavishly embollished tho now work. Tlieio aro over o.GOO illustrations, which cover overy conceivable subjoct, lending; new intorcst to thtj descriptions, and forming a succession of pleasing surprises. It also contains over 300 colored maps-- , charts, and diagrams, and constitutes a com-plcatlas of tho woild such as no other encyclopedia has "undertaken to"pr3ent. This feature will bo folinduf the h glicst value in tho education of tho jonug, for tho picturos and co"lor3d maps" wif hao a distinct fascination for them, audihus provo an important iuccutivo to reading and study. Tha professional or burfnes3 man, whose tirac i money; tho teacher, who b called upon to at once ausw cr all sorts of questions; tho toiling student and Inquiring sdiolar, at homo or. the desk, will find ia the now work tho mos-- t uso-fand jiravtical library in tho woild for quick and ready refoienco on all subjects. One who owns it will potsesa the equivalent of a score of other reference books which wou'.u cost many timss tho prlco of thR Another feature in which the new work stands absolutely alone, is in its vory full appendixes, which embrace over 100 subdivisions, including ;i Dicliouaiy, a Dictionary of Technical Terms, a r oi tho United States, Presidential Elections in tho United States, Rdigious Summaries, and Territorial Election Statistics, Statistics of the ropulatiou of tho vorld, and a veritable mine of information on thousands of subjeets-o- f univeisal inter to ui A fl i m a' Mr. and Mrs. George W. Jones request the honor of j our presence at the marriage of their daughter. Georgette, to Mr. Andrew Christy Scanlan, on Wednesday, evening, January sixth, Eighteen hundred and ninety-seveat half past seven oclock, Church of our Lord of Good Counsel, Newport, Missouri. n, 11 Every one owme' me win can at once and settle their accounts as I must wind up my business by January 1st, 1897. All accounts must be paid at once or suit will be brought without 1 1 Evening Dreisei, Styles in Making, Round orlquaro Necks, Sashes, Sleeves Artificial Flowers, Notes. . and Answers. "With Christ oias and New Year entertainments dose at hand, evening dresses become a matter of importance, and all purses and last.ca may be suited, materials varying in pricee from 10 cents a yard up to S25. The least expensive dreses are of cotton organdy in pretty floral stripes, beginning at'10 cents and ending at 45 cents, disappropriate lining being sateen and made with a full round waist, very short sleeves, a wide "crush" belt or satin sash; the display is far beyond the expenditure. White or.colored lands- tlow n, a soft, silky fabric, is verv attract live, quite wide and only SI per yard, and the diminished width of skirts, and smaller size of sleeves, make a percepta-bl- e difference in expense. Another popular material for evening wear is drap d ete m white or pearl, wide aid S1.50 per yard. Skirts of this fabric may be trimmed with either satin or velvet ribboil, and for a tall, slender person, three graduated rows of either arniture at the lower edge, and a second cluster about half way up prevent an appearance of stiffness inthe skirt. a Tal-fet- further notice. I can be found at my stand at all times. H. J- STrrr iilil'iolijHn WUWUtkWwUW vJ A. T. Fish isis candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. to announce P. We B. Bkoaddus as candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Mrs. John "Williamson is a candidate for Superintendent Public Instruction for Madison county, to the action of the Democratic party. sul-ject Had the will of the voters in the States named, whose actions were that of judgment and for the best interest of the country prevailed, W. J. Bryan would have been president. A large majority of the intelligent and patriotic citizenship of this country is for true bimetallism. It is to be hoped that the negro may yet some day prove himself a deserving citizen and vote for his interest governed by judgment and not prejudice. FOLLY OF MONOMETALLISM. here, having visited the family of B. H. Neale only a few months ago. Miss Jones is well known STREN6. 4rirtli CORRESPONDENCE. IRVINE. Deputy Sheriff Thos. Ridiardsou arrested "Buck" Babb for shooting Jas. G. Collins at Happy Top, this county, List Saturday. It appears that Babb was making a chance in the public road to which Collins objected. It is reported that they have had difficulties before this. Collins was shot in the arm and in the breast. It is thought his wounds will prove fatal. Babb has not been able to walk for several years, the result of rheumatism. When Deputy Ridiardsou started to town witli Babb they were followed some distance by some of Collins' friends, but no actual violence was resorted to to take Babb from the Sheriff. Cliri&tiuas lias been unusually gay. There have been marriages galore, Christmas trees, Christmas suppers, etc., all over the count'. One of the most pleasant little affairs was given at the court house under the direction of Miss Katie McAfee, an embry authoress. It consisted of a three-act- k comedy, entitled "The Ugliest of Seven," tableaux, etc. The participants w ere Misses Mary Ben jamin, JJettie White, Leha Lyle, Mary Jacobs, Myrtle-WilliamLula Snowden, Katie Smith, Sallio McAfee, Grace Smith, Grace Hargis, Mary Miller, Julia Cockrill, Florence Smith, Masters George Williams, Harry Cockrill, Pleas. Lilly, Joe Wagers. UO :n5j?2: We were told by gold bug orators n shoulder are a iirettv ornamentation. Pointed velvet or satiu belts have been FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Editor oflhe Manufacturer: revived, and with a high necked waist, James C. Miller is a candidate collar and belt should match Fancy Your views on the silver question Carlisle Walker, at Melford, Conn. for Assessor of Madison county, subEton jackets are veiy fashionable evenare, in every respect, perfectly coMr. J. B. Xorris, of Maroa, 111., is ject to the action of the Democratic ing waists, and alternate rows (slanting) rrectand I say this from an experi- out on a visit to his mother and party. of white or colored satin and Venetian ence of over fifty years in the banking friends, three miles east of of town. KING STATION. business. insertion having an edce at both .suies FOR CITY ATTORNEY. Mrs. L. J. Frazee, and daughter, (Estill cour.ly) form a handsome jackel.whidi ran easily Our statesmen and the pres gen We are authorized to announce erally are woefully blind to the effect Ilettie Martin, returned Thursday J. Speed Ogg is on the sick list this be made at home. The insertion should from a visit to relatives in Lexing Green Clay a candidate for the also be put around the edge and week. office of CityAttorney.of Richmond, tliis opposition to the remonetization ton. 0W Yl at ia ah i? Ian MacLaron, Dr. Xanscn, tho as a finish. Ky subject to the action of the oi silver is Having in pur country's Mrs. J. T. Turpin was the guest of EH Prof. J. R. Boatman left Thursday VB explorer, Rudyard Kipling, etc., etc., Democratic party. prosperity, to say nothing of w hat is S nt Mrs. W. T. Tharp, of Winston, the past LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- - On account of it3 lateness in all these We are authorized to announce J, greater, its effect upon the whole fir his home in Mexico, Mo., where week. w I I he will remain until after the holi89 matters, ai well as its accuracy, it has Talbot Jackson as a candidate for world. KET. Mrs. A. C. Butler was called to see her City Attorney, of Richmond. Ky., become tho standard in Schools, Colseems inconceivable that when days. It I7HJ subject to the action of the Demoleges, Courts, Public Libraries, and ESfrL Miss Anne Phelps very elegantly sick daughter, Mrs. W. S. King, of Rich- PUnUSHED BY GLOVER A the world is increasing so rapidly in cratic party. DUUKETT, LOUISmond. wherever important questions cone up" THJES population, in development of every entertained her visitors at the resiVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. for discussion. Mrs. E. K. Lane, of Irvine, is visiting kind, in railroads, manufacturing, dence cf Mr. Newland Jones Monday FOR coroner. i. Sales on our market for the week just It would therefore scorn that no pro her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Grinstedthis and the opening of vast agricultnral night. rP.' We are authorized to announce G. closed amount to 2647 hlida. with re- fessional man, aitisau, mechanic, tcr.chcr, frHJS ifck week. R BrA E io Miss Frankie Doty entertained a O. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, regions, that the business of this v.-- .. mm Mere bicycles! Wade Alii ridge lias ceipt for the same period 2175 hhds. pupil, or farmer, can well alTord to bo ...... subject to the action of the Demo-crnti- c world, by a mere arbitrary decree, number of friends Thursday evening BB X H O bi without this most useful,, rc-- . party. should be reduced to a condition of at the home of Edward Ballard, near purchased a bike; the town will be full Sales on our markot since January 1st, latest of all encyclopedias,practical and h V3 especially as amount to 165,749 hhds. Sales of tbecrop e and ruuningover soon. reliance upon gold only, as a meas- Paint Lick. C BasaBRIIBaaaaas A of 1895 on our market to this date its prico has been so arranged as- to Hanna is tipped as Sherman's ure of values: and, then, in my opinJohn Haium, formerly of this place, amount to 151,877 tlio work a great bargain; and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ware, of Trenmako hhds. successor in the Senate. ion, we have not yet begun to feel ton, Ky., are the guests of their lias returned from Missouri. Ho made SS3SS$5SSSS$S3SSSSSSS$SSS3SS$S$ $S$ Sales this week included 1756 hhds. of render its possession possible to almost the full weight of this foolish and daughter, Mrs. C. H. Vaught, on the trip iu a wagon, leaving Missouri anyono" who earnestly desires to o'vn it. fife. new hurley and the quality in the maiii A London newspaper warns Spain absurd attempt to bring the world to October 12th. Detailed particulars regarding tho mm Main street. was extremely common Jjeing deficient not to undertake a brush with Uncle conform to monometallism. Our popular Police Judge Frazier is in subotauce and .dingy m color. A good, work and how to sccsrq it at practically mm Mrs. R. F. Spears, of Jessamine Sam. The London newspaper lias '0 frr The demonetization of silver in county, is the guest of her daugh- thinking of resigning his office; lie says many salet) were made t prices ranging your own price, may bo found n an mm been reading up on United States 1873, although a measure enacted advertisement oa' another rare oi this ters, Mrs. T. T. Covington and Mrs. the fees and salary is not hiitfident to fromSlO to $12 per hundred but the mar- issue. history. $SSSSS$3SSSS333SS5SSSSSS$ftS$SSS33SSSSS confessed by Congress, was R. repay him; in case he should resign it ket did not 6how nnylniprovement whatE. Turley. a great crime to civilization and EffgJ ifa thought th& council would appoint ever over the prices of the previous Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tevis, of The collapse of four Chicago banks progress; and, further, the vast maGeorge JohnsDii to fill the vucancy. week. There is reason to hope tbat after while Mr. McKinley was a guest of jority of the people, who are not Nashville, Tennessee, arc the guests fE- that city looks as if some one has capitalists, have been reduced in re- of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tivis during Jerry A. Todd, of the Speedwell neigh- the sales are resumed in January thatwe borhood, ha been the guest of J. S. Ogg will have a more active market. There been tampering with the ''restoration sources and in debt paying capacity the holidays. persons holding claims aeaipst the .estate of confidence." Mr. Walter Traynor entertained a the past week. Mr. Todd is a most is no doubt the entire. buying .trade will ofAll to the full extent of the withdrawal Henry O. Willerford, will present' same agreeable gentleman andwearo always then be ready to take hold of the new properly verified to me oMny attorney's," J. C. number of his lady and gentlemen of thii legal tender silver money. and D. M. Chenault, on or before February 1, JO? 1857,, or same will be barred and sett ement When the Siberian railway is It is almost laughable, were it not friends last evening. Dancing being glad to welcome him to our little town: crop. following made- Tlie J. R. HENRY. quotations fairly W. J. Campbell and familv. of Madi completed the journey around the so serious, to read the editorials in participated in. Admr. of Henry O. Willerford. mm MraMralJljrrrLl matk'et for, hurley tobacco, 1895 JSf the world will occupy not more than the daily press of the country, which Miss Allie Tribble returned home son county, have moved to our county, crop: near Win6ton. The Judge, as he 40 days, and the cost of transportaare in a great majority adverse to Saturday after an extended visit to '.OSTHG known, will be welcomed back Trash (dark or damaged)$ 1 00 to 1 50 the upholding of silver and restoring Stanford, nccompanied by her cousin, tion will not exceed $400. 2 00 to 4 CO NEW to our midst. In fact we could hardly Conunon colory trash.. it to the basis of 16 to 1, and to its Mrs. Hettie Dawson. YORK N Medium to goodol trash 4 00 to 6 00 do without him. former position as a legal tender, A new secret political order more D. P. Chnney, of Irvine, was in K g EDITION-Our neighbor, John P. Rogers, who Common lugs not colory 2 50 to 3 50 metal. radical than the A. P. A. is said to Richmond yesterday. Ho spent his 4 50 to 7 00 'oe3o... was a warm supporter of McKiuley, is Connnou colory lugs Silver, for all time, has held place Xmas on the river looking up logs have been organized in Louisville 156 Papers t Year. not a little displeased at the present out- Medium to good col lugs .7 00 to 0 00 18 Pages a Week. for the purpose of taking a hand in far above that of gold in the money for the Peters Lumber Co. look, he thinks Republican promises are Common to medium leaf "C 00 to 9 00 transaction of the world. Amongst municipal politics next year. Misses Mary and Willie Traynor 9 00 to 14 00 It stands first among 'weekly" papers in s a failure so far as good times are con- Medium to good leaf at least of the population entertained a number of their friends cerned, upon the 14 00 to 16 00 siie, frequency of publication and freshness, of the world it is now the sole curelection'of McKinlev. Good to fine leaf Friday evening. Dancing was the The Toledo Produce Exchange rency. Now in the fulness Select wrapper leaf 16 00 to 20 00 variety and reliability of contents. It is practically a at the low price of a weeVl.f; and has adopted a resolution condemn- when the world is full of of time, chief amusement of the evening. KINGSTON. The above quotations are not applica- its vastdailyof subscribers, extending list activities to every ing the resolution introduced in the and development, ble, to green and frosted crops: MissKatie Smith entertained last Mr. J. Robert Riggs 'visited friends Btate and Territory in tho Union and foreign instead of making Mutual State Senate by Senator a legal tender countries, wjll vouch for the accuracy and fairi basis of silver and night at her father's residence on here last w cek. ness of. its news column's. Cameron, recognizing the Independ- gold West Main in honor of her visitors, 11ED-T- lie each, the wiseacres of this day Mrs. Mary Friend, of this place, is It Is splendidly illustrated and amoag its jUVVlLEUR R. SMITH, President ence of Cuba. folloving quotations fairly lepre-sen- t special features are a fine humor pagti, exhave deliberately destroyed one half Misses Mongomery and Chenault, of visiting relatives in Ohio. LEXINGTON. KY. til Mt. Sterling. our market for hurley tobacco 1S96 haustive market reports, all.the latestlaihions of this necessary basis. Was there ess'al irrluaM2 i! Miss Ruth Terrill, of this place, is visv..!.CaCxUs cln1in?w llat. for women and a long series of stories l.y the A Louisville paper wants to tax ever anything so full of folly? , Miss Sarah Marshall, who has been iting friends crop: Hcdxl . fnarfl of for Hoot sua Blptomii at WVr in Kicholasville. greatest living American-ankefpit: etc. all bachelors f 10 a year as long as Trash (green or mixed '$.1.00 to 1.50 The newspapers seem to be doing assisting Miss Hood in the KinderTftiorouslu JnOucriUa! and Ilocorrd CONAN DOTLE, Rev. J. W. Harrison, of Louisville, frash Course, llunitrcdt of JEKOME K. JEB01T3, tc a:ien, they remain unmarried. If that all they can to create a panic by de- garten at Madison Institute, is spend tce past year, f ror.i a) satei (sound) 1.5U to 2.50 v Weyjian, Makv E. WEJU.VS , Bn4ln Course consists of Boo!: It scheme ever goes through three bona claring that the further buying of ing me nonuays at ner nome in preached at Kingston Sunday morning Common lujzs Axthovy Hope, 2.30to 3.50 cxm .Arithmetic. 1'enmansbip Bert Harte, at ele en o'clock. Law. Merchandising-Banking J lat ride proposals a year ought to exempt silver will expel the gold from the Harrodsburg. Medium lugs BraKdek Matthews, Etc. 3.50to4 50 Lectures. Business Correspondence, etc. oue from taxation. It is a fact that there is not a family iq Good lugs "We olfer United States treasury, and from Mr. Smith, of Madison county, was . 4.50 to 5.50 CLIMAX this unequaled newspaper anc' TUB Cot of Pull lluntncu Coarse, ice Tuition. Stationery und Board In a cice ti together one year for S1.63. The ree-our section that have not had one or Common leaf (short) this country, which is a silly prog- here last week buying cattle 4 50 to 5.50 ular subscription about S9J. R. price of the two paqers ia XhcrthamJ. TyrwrHIn;r nd TelesrapSiy continues to nostication. It has no foundation H. Howell is at home from Central moro sick since the first of this month. Common leaf Tite Courier-Journ5.50 to 8 00 $3.00. are apcrialtictt hive special teacLrra i I 28 room, and can be taken alone or lio u assert that "confidence has been re- whatever in fact, or in the experience University, Richmond, to spend Messrs. Thomas Kiliston and II. L. Medium leaf 8.00 to 10 00 ness Coarse. Special department for ladlM. stored," buHt is well enough to keep of those who have watched the course Christmas. Somerset Paragon. Fans will leave next Saturday for Louis- Good leaf io.OO to 12 00 SUaatloa. The demand for our irradaa clllereat departments of this Couy; t of events in the past. your smoke house locked while 60 YEARS 1Q.C0 W. D. Oldham, of Richmond, was ville. The former to study denistry aud Fine and selections cceded its supplv. EXPERIENCE. Hoping that you will continue to here court day has the floor, says the " lInrtoa. Ky the healttafuloss and rendered . valua- the latter medicine. college. U noted for tts location of Prof an Kentuckian. battle as you have done in the past, ble help at Oldham Bros. & Co.'s. COLOR- YSvfynate: na 3 ciurche- and 11 bani. Ai The following have been enrolled on He Iblbnts many railroads. namely, for the right, I am sincerely is about the handiest man The following quotations fairly rep.? vacation. nternuw. Graduateaac in the the sick listduringthe last week: Misses ruL For circulars address Its President, A Covington man opposes the your friend and Susie Maupin, Miranda Park, Katie resent our market for hurley tobacco business, Mt. Sterling Democrat. WILBUR R. SMITH, Lexington, Ky. Jay Cooke. 1890 crop: curfew ordinance on the ground that ; Mrs. David Bergman, of Irvine, Moody, America Davidson, Mesdames Trash (green We believe many persons honesily or mixed) any parent who can't control his chil$ 2 00 to 250 TRADE MARKS, stopped over in Richmond Thursday Alex. Gibbs and J. J. Barclav. Trash (bound) dren himself and keeps them at home, and conscientiously opposed bimet on her way to Lexington, . 2 50 to 3 00 dssiqns; where she j WALLAOETOiS'. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, COPVDinuTJi , Common lugs has no right to have any, and he is allism this year who, if they will will be the guest of her daughter, 3.00 to 4.00 RIOHiiO D, KEN1 UOKY. sketch and description may PJI0119 M2d-,Mrs. M quickly ascertain, free. whether an JnTentljn U Mrs. S. A. Conn U able to be out again, Medium lugs opposed to a municipal or legislative continue to be honest with them- Harry 4.00 probably patentable. Communications TetrfctlT Milward, during the holidays. confidential. OWest agency t body dictating to him or any other selves, will be found with those 5.00 to 0.00 John E. Kinnard is confined to his bed Good lug of Parkersburg, W. Va., Kec ni Washington Sfflre. W. D. Oldham, of Richmond, visJ MUnD n Common leaf (short) American citizen as to how fighting forhumanity during the year 5.00 to G00 "elTB " ited friends here Sunday afternoon. with typhoid fever. we are to enter upon. about mends Wnghts Celery Common leaf 6 00 to S.00 be should raise his own children. Wallace jnd Hjatt's mill has been runSCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,, Dr. L. H. Blanton, Chancellor A debased currency may deprive Medium leaf 8.00 to 10.00 ning for several days and crowded with Capsules. !5Iit,iS!Jr.ln!Js,r,lt,ed' 'TTEsst circulation of of Central University, Good leaf 10.00.to 1300 Mb. Sam. J. Shackelford, one of some ne of a little. An exalted cur- wasjn the city Monday. Richmond, bills. Winches.Book on Patents sent free. Address Jine and selections ic.fO the most prominent and influential rency shakes the entire fabric of ter Sun. Paekeesboeo, AV. Ya . Mrs. Silly Kinnard, wife of Thoe. v MUNN & CO., young Democrats of Owensboro, has commerce and sweeps away the 301 Broadway. New York. Kinnard, has been very sick for several January 26, 10" i The marriage of Mr. Henry S. Awarded concluded to make the race for the business and fortunes of thousands. 7 days. Tue Wkigiit 3Iei. Co., Highest Honors World's Fair, office of Clerk of the Court of Ap- Under a gold standard the products Barnet, the well known newspaper Has Recsntly Basa Coaverlefl Into a Modern Palace Doc. Bowhn, who has been at Tar Columbus, Ohio. peals, subject to the action of the of labor brings so little nominally, man of Nicholasville, to Miss Bailie Halls and Entrance are Marhkj antl Tiling of the Finest Quality. Democratic party, Mr. Shackelford that borrowers cannot meet their M. Gallagher, of Lexington, is an- Spring for sometime, lias moved toClear Gentlemen: I.bave been ns.ns reek. is a young man of fine business qual- promises to banking institutions. nounced to take plaee early in Feb"VVriglit'a Celery Capsules since Novem2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Soper hayq been ifications and if nominated and The bankers are uuablo to pay de- ruary. ber, 1S04. and find tiiem to be as rec n positors, thisandwa have against the The wedding or aliss Nancy Beck-ne- r, low with pneumonia, but at present both - - - OF PARLORS AND UPPER HALLS'. - - elected we believe would perform mended. I first besan taking tLeni of Winchester, and Edward are improving: the duties of the office with satisfac- effects of 1893 when the gold standwhile at Hot Springs, Ak., under treat Offices and Dinlng-Roo- m 'Beautifully Dscorted and Bril ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver anil Clark, of ILexington, has been defition to the litigants before that court. ard was first forced upon us. Leonard A. Watkuis lias been, very PATS-TH- E' nitely set for Janury 14th. Itwill be low- - with typhoid feverIor several liantly Lighted Stomach trouble. Constipation whic' I faithful men or WILL RESIGN THE GOVERNORSHIP. WASTED travel for responsible es- a quiet, home affair, with only the weeks, but isslowly improving. had been a long sufferer. I found the Ifa' Equip monts throughout 'arV without a Superior in tho South, rate of Celery Capsules gave me great rt iet Thos. Kinnard, whoias been on Main tablished house in Kentucky. Salary two families present. The people of Kentucky were evi- $780 and expenses. Position perma-nan- t. On Christmas night Miss Birdie street for the past two years, has moved Charges .Considered from tlie begin nun? ami have used th ni ? . Reference. Enclosed dently surprised on Tuesday at the Zaring gave an entertainment in to his farm two miles west of town. Y0D PAY FOR THE ever since. "With pleasure, and unsostamped envelope. The honor-- of her guests Miss Greene, announcement in the Courier-Journof licited, I recommend them to any and Wm. "Watkins, of Clear Creek, Wallace tiorn'. that Governor Bradley intends Chicago. Star Insurance Bldg., Alabama, Miss Zodtag, of Chicago, and Lucas all suffering with like afflictions or either head sawyer, has been wait-iu- g Have Been Exptsnded in This Recent Improvement. to resign the office of Governor in a and Miss Owen, of 'Louisiana. of them. Very truly yours. on .brother for the Jast three short time. He says that the duties Mr. and Htb. Tandy Foster, of a pleasant timo. Danc- weeks. his rMOSTT PERFECT MADE. CUAELEST ' x of the officeare killing him and that Todd county, died very suddenly ing, t .crokihole, etc., were. A;pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. I free III! Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. Price he inteads to .resign, regardless of liTlday.TrlthlH a few minutes of oach indulged, in. ThoJollowIng young CbasHelndon, ofjWhitley cduotyC om AmrnpruVAtam oriny other adutternrtr HU a 0 cents asd$l.Q0 pec box. Call at , "tlie political consequence. j other, , .'r'J - . dgentjeo were present:' igaccWNkl'oY'kUUngtkig'l: xrllKv 40.YEARS,THB:STAJAWJ.r 0- i : W- Bfcone.No. ,3. - - JKUOIID; sample. s- awl get free r?1 .?: r.vi f j?IL is rl.is 4l as. r.- '. -i 4! i & Mf x4r4.. if :i ? & and the daily press generally that there was plenty of- - money in the SCHOOLS. country and all that was needed for J. W. Wagers is a candidate for renewed prosperity was confidence. Superintendent of Public Schools of The persons that advocated bimetalMadison county, subject to the action lism contended that more legal tender of the Democratic party. money and not confidence was the thing lacking. The people, however, FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. voted for confidence and monometallism. That the policy is wrong has S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, fs a candidate for Clerk of the Mndison been fully established by the thouCircuit Court, subject to the action sands of failures that have occurred of the Democratic party. since the November election. Hardly a failure has been reported but that the assets of the party or instifor sheriff. tution failing was from 50 to 75 ner H. H. Colyer is a candidate for Sheriff of Midison county, subject cent, greater than the liabilities. Jay wrote the following letter in to the action of the Democratic party. 1892: FOB SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC 1 n :: :i i silks, gauze, or chiffon over 6atin are all fashionable, and skirts of handsome BtufT may open at the front over an elegant silk and lace petticoat, or side panels arranged on the same principal break the possible monotony of a plain skirt; NECKS AHE HIGH AND LOW Sto e Square or round, according to fancy, both enjoying equal favor; with a square neck, however flowers across the left Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 22, '92. arm-hole- rf est and importance But it is in its treatment of icccnt subject that tho Standard American will bo found of paramount valuo. All Other encyclopaedias arc from five to ten years old, and r,ro silent regarding- hundreds of topics lhateyery reference work should contain. JSuch, for "instance, as "Tho "Ajgqn," "Horseless" Carriages," "The At.la.uta Exposition," "Color I'hotography,:' etc., etc. Jtalso gives biographies of hundiedsof reople who have- lately become famous, such as Prdf. Roentgon, dwcovier of th"X-Ray,- " JX-fta- e 4''VV' -- ATSB :' :.9 .as -. IU! jr gk SH a 1 a "; ' ".! .: ( Com e tveryDooy an Get B argam: Notice to: Creditors Y repre-sent-o- 29-3- 2 2io ZMzTnsr soriEeiEsiE isTa-miliar- ly PfraBhSnrrilEnBi WOED, debt-payin- -- THRICE-A-WEE- fSifP fill ;il11i(lll The exact thing for your two-third- -- "Fall." Plowing.- WHEAT DKILLS, HARROWS, ROLLERS, HARDWARE, ifpO u siu-iat- a Engtish-anthors- -, - l Sta-vl- b -- Manuf-ctnrin. Prat-lerca- al i- -a "hog-killin- g" Hop-kinsvil- le TINWARE. S-- " well-wishe- r, 1JME3 2S-2- - -- Shackelford entry, o 2S-- to-5.- free-bor- -- jut 'Vnv ffw .paieSM gggg THE WILLARD HOTEL, Louis-- TLiLE, ZE5T7 UED-B00M- S, -- w CREAM- ...HE , self-ad-irss- ed al ad B4MNG P0WM9 a -- FREIGHT! QRINKSL ;"" .... - tete-a-tet- e, R2CTES $.2 St &2..50 f.- SEGDKD-STRE- ( -- -' I vfl-- 5 .y -- - J K "a "- !!.-- PER DRY n5 rJ&zi i Uiitjtr drog-tor- io , Tho Salter and Martin, mammoth original Uncle Tom's Cabin Co.' at White-Bus- h Opera House is WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 30, 189G. the largest and most complete company of its kind traveling. Tho Mr. Euchignani has returned to grand parade you cannot afford to ar THE CLIMAX. At Opera House To-nig- Lexington. miss. L. & N. Time C2rd. Business was rushing in police court Saturday. The passenger for Cincinnati which Undo Tom's Cabin at Opera heretofore loft at G:30 a in. now departs at 6:25 a, in. The evening House train now comes in at 7:00 p. m. Tho The demand for good mules is train for Rowland, Stanford and increasing. to-nig- IP zMrWm Gladness Cornes a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- steadily Monday will ho Court day. Call in and renew your subscription. All band members aro requested Frito be present at the hand-rooday night. A little boy at Glencoo ate the wax oH his sister's doll's face and is now among the angels. m Lancaster will arrive at 1:10 and leave at 7:40 p. m. Christmas Elopements. and-Mi- ss Hugh Eades Pearl Domoe, Mr. J. R. Wagner and Miss Blanche Rood, went to Jeffersonville from Ford Christmas day and were married with one ceremony. It is said they eloped because their parents objected to their marriage. n W. H. Hatch, of Missouri, a former Madison county I. 0. 0. F. Officers Elected. man, died last Wednesday. Madison Lodge, I. O. O. F., elected of lend officers last night for the ensuing My residence and for rent. West Main street, Richmond. year: R. S. Rice, N. G. ; It. A. BaxC H. PJGG. ter, V. G.; H.J. Strong, Treasurer; L. J. Frazeo, Secretary: L. Z. Taylor, County Clerk White has issued Host, H. J. Streng, :N. B. Turpin and thirty-fou- r marriage license during J. D. Feeny, property committee. the present month. Seven were Mr. Ex-Co- Hill pike, and will remove thereto after the holidays. Anderson county has a boy, says the Stanford Commercial, whoso weight is 134 pounds and he is growing rapidly. A baby boy in a basket, attired, was placed at the door of Mr. S. L. Ashley in Lancaster Wednesday night. D F. Sharp has .shipped from Panola during the past two weeks 21,115 ties, 81 car loads, and has several hundred more on the yard. At the recent turtn of Bourbon s were Circuit Court, iifteen .sentenced to the penitentiary for terms aggregating thirty years. At a Christmas tree given at Blythe's school house Christmas Eve night, there was a general melee which ended in a cutting scrape. -- Hon. W.J. Bryan's book, "The Fir-- t Battle," has just been issued by his publishers at Chicago and will be on the market in a few days. ('apt. J. T. Keith, of this city, will be an applicant for Pension Examiner. He wore a knapsack in the sixties and helped to save the country. Rev. 1). McDonald will preach in the Second Presbyterian church next Sunday, January 3d, at tiie usual hours. You arc most cordially niMted to attend. Mr. William Faubush and Miss Nannie Barnes, both residents of this county, will be married at the of A. T. Chenault, on resident North street, Seven Points, the noted racer w Inch was thought to have been stolen from A. It. Talbott's stable, at Paris, was found grazingin a pasture near Hutchison Station. 1 B. Broaddus has rented for next year the Hunley stable on Ir-ine street and will remove thereto where he will be glad January to ee his many patrons. Five oil companies are now interested in the Rockcastle fields. Twelve test wells, in addition to two that will be pushed this winter, will b sunk in the spring of '97. ("apt. Thoh. Ferrill reports sale f a small stock of merchandise for Mrs. Nannie Harris' Triustee, De- inber :55th. at Blythe school house. Sas every thing sold very low. Jesse Moores. son of Coleman Moores. died on Silver Creek, Friday, December Both, aged about twenty-tw- o j ears. He had fever. Buried in the Richmond cemetery Saturday. Rev. W. F. Smith preached his fate well sermon at the Christian ( hurch Sunday. BrothcrJSmith has Ii Id the pastorate of that church four years. His successor has not six-year-- issued Monday. G. B. Turley. Jr., has secured the Samuel Stone farm on the Big ical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a ponstipa ted 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 good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that itis the one remedy which promotes 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 yon purchase, thnt you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. Found Frozen to Death. If in the enjoyment of good health, George Burton. coloicd,was found and the system 'is regular, laxatives or are If frozen to death on the Barnes Mill other remedies any then not needed. one afflicted with actual disease, pike, three miles from this city. He may be commended to the most skillful had been drinking the night before, physicians, but if in need of a laxative, the best, and with and, overcome with liquor, is sup- one should have eveiywhere, Syrup the of posed to have lain down for a nap by Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. the roadside, where he was found. well-informe- Frank Harris concluded a Christmas dinner at the latter's Laxol is the best medicine for children. Doctors recommended it in place of Castor house by shooting each other. MedOil. it ley is dead and Harris cannot and More Curative JPOTrcr is contained in a bottle of Hood's a than in any othersimilar preparation. It costs the proprietor and It costs the jobber more and it is worth more to the consumer. It has a record of cures unknown to any other preparation. It is the best to buy because it is the One True Blood Purifier. Sarsa-parill- A tired stomach is very much like a sprained ankle. If you suffer from any of the symptoms of dyspepsia, yourstomach is tired. It needs a crutch. We must relieve it of all work for atime, or until itis restored to its natural strength. To do itsiueessfully.wemnstusea food which is already digested outside of the body, and which will aid the digestion of other foods that may be taken with it Such a product is tho Shaker Digestive Cordial. The Shakers have utilized the digestive principles present in plants for the manufacture of the article, and its success has been truly phenomenal. You can try it for the nominal sum of 10 cents, as sample bottles are sold by all druggists at this price. AcMS" Joints Announce tha presence of rheumatism which causes untold suffering. Rheu-raais- n is due to lactic acid in the blood. It cannot he cured by liniments or other outward applications. Hood's Sarsa-paril- a purifies tho bluo 1, removes the cause of rheumatism .and permanently cures this disease. Thia is the testimony of thousands ot people who once sufTered the pains of rheumatism hut who have actually been cured by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Its great power to act upon the blood and remove every impurity is the secret of the wonderful cures by Hood's Sarsaparillo. 26 29 vvils. c- r The Busy Bee Cash Store Has just completed a purchase of , . HBKSHB&aw II rSHH " In Carroll county Henry Medley recover. manfact-urermor- e. d noodL'sPUls are the best family cathartic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, sure. It Never let a cough run on from day to day. It indicates either inflamation or irritation, which, if allowed to continue, is serious injury to the lungs. A few dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cures any pulmonary comphint not entirely beyond the reach of medicine. It Who Are Tho Molern Mcthnr tint her little ones are imby the pleasant Syrup of Fiir, c" in need of the laxative effect of a i "c remedy than by any other, ai iiu.. it is more acceptable to them. (' i M ren enjoy it and it benefits them. :.' d ie true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is by the California Fig Syrup Company only. Sold by W. G. White. Has found proved u 1 g-- w 1 nianu-lacture- jmS 26 20 . One of the managers of a Christmas tree at Columbia was badly wounded by two men whom he had ejected from the building for disorderly conduct. uur uoa K Is crowded daily with custom ars who are eager to get a New Jacket or Wrap for a mere triile or a Child's Cloak for a. Mi "m "tf h "eln v GARMENTS j HlB f-' m Of Fashion. sSBy feSS g v. JSm suiuc... Tor Kor33ses3 Benj. Ingerson, of Hutton, 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. 20 29 .DEPARTMENT Three Years in the Pen. hand-mine- ly CORRESPONDENCE. Leander Selkirk, colored, who was arrested for breaking into the at Brassfield, this county, over VALLEY VIEW" a year ago, was tried in the United Herbert Poston, of Patriot, Ind., is States District Court at Covington and fined $100 and given a sentence visiting his brother, II. H. Poston. Capt. F M. Spurlock, of Ford, spent a of three years in the penitentiary at few dajs with relatives here last week. Jeffersonville, Ind. post-offi- ce They? 21, 1896. Austin, Tex., Dec. Editor Climax : To Celebrate. perj-on- The Negroes of Madison county will celebrate in the memory of the emancipation proclamation at the Court Houso, Friday night, January 1, 1S97. The known colorod lawyer and preacher, R. C. O, Benjamin, of Ohio, will deliver the principal oration of the occasion. Ah aro invited. etc , brought fair prices. II. A. Philips, of Lexington, will open Ten cents admission. Winchester Court. A protracted meeting will begin at Syloain M. E. church next Thursday night. Miss Yiola M. Million, our efficient teacher, and pupils gave an entertainment Thursday. The public sale of V. S. Sowers was largely attended last Tuesday. Stock, up a stock of drugs this week in the store room formerly occupied by Whor-to- n & George. J. YV. Masters shipped a car load hogs to Cincinnati last Friday. He also spent Friday and Saturday in the city purchasing Xmas goods. J. G. Ilurrus has traded his farm of 300 acres to a Mr. Gibson, of Ulark. for the same number of acres, paying $S,000 in exchange for same. Mr. I'm rus will move about March 1st. Last Thursday at Perkins, Joe Martin, while cutting the top from a cedar tree, to be used for a Christmas tree, lost his balance and fell over a cliff and received internal injuries from which he died next day. The Perkins debating club met last Saturday night. The subject for discussion Tias: "Resolved that Columbus is worthy of greater honor for discovering America than Washington for defending it." The adirniatiieled by J. L. Sowers carried ofTthe honors over Albert Dozier, who championed the negative side. The protracted services at Syloam M. E. church is being largely attended, W. W. E. Smith, of Canada, and J. M. Matsemoto, of Japan, conducting the hortatory services. The last named preached last Sunday dressed in his na-ti- e costume. R. V. Hunter and sister, Anita, of Fulton. Ky , leads the vocal exercises, Miss Hunter performing en tho organ. They arc all students of Asbury College at Wihnore, Ky. At the last meeting of the J. G. Bur-ru- s freeilver Democratic club,that noble and valiant leader, IIn. W. B. Smith, who stand like a giant among his contemporaries wreathed with glory of puie Democracy, and who has the honor of casting his vote in the electorial college forW. J. Bryan, was unanimously indorsed for governor, as being the man to give ns a daybreak of joy in the Democratic party and tear down the mountain of dispair built by the Republican ranks. J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports ahont 3o0 cattle on the market. Good smooth 1,250 Honry Sargent, of Fayette county, E. Winslow Clark, from Massachusetts, W. C. M. Baker, from Mississippi, F. Belford and Arthur Thyme, former residence not known, left Texas together in 18G1 for Kentucky. They abandoned lands they owned in western Texas which now await claim of their heirs. The discovery of a rich iron mine on Sargent's land has brought this matter to light and caused search to be made for the parties or their heirs, and perhaps this will, if published, interest your readers, ns these men probably left descendants in Kentucky. Further information will be sent on request. Sincerely yours, James B, Gofi & Sox, Austin, Texas. At a negro church in Harrison county George Boyers was killed by a shot through an open window while Christmas Eve festivities were going on. Tetter, and Eczema, The intense itching and smarting incident to theso 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 a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hand3, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Rheum yJHfcv WW H ffl iM&M In addition to this enormous lot of lllf fffitgwfr M With the crowd, don t ;zr MS? yffiUgg. tt) Ar'fl SfSI ) ?J ei these good things pass you and you not get your share. kjj 11 IrfH ' 'Hi ft Mil set out vow ' sCsMk iifl J3 Brl -- Up 6$W&faf fM'Ms CSj&t BemK$s kfim lb. work oxen brought 33X to 4c, 850 to 1,000 lb. 700 to 800 lb. steers steers 3 to $2.S0 to $3.35, several yoke of rough 3c, oxen $2.35, 20 heifers 500 to GOO lb. one lot yearling mountain heifers SOO lb. at $8.00. Big crowd and a good demand and all offerings sold. condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food hut medicine and the best in use to put a Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey acts as a horse in prime condition. Price 25 balm to the hing3, cutting the mucus ;ont3 per package. allaying the inflammation, healing and strengthmg. It is sure to do you good cannot do you harm. Thousands have jnst what a horse needs when in bad Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are Wraps and Jackets pur- that we have recently gfeKfe &vii&: Kentucky Midland R'y Only direct line between 2c., been benefited bv its use. It The Work ot Fiends. The worst wreck that ever occurred in Alabama was that one on the Bir- mingham Mineral railroad Sunday when twenty-seve- n lives were lost. The wreck was caused by the removal of a rail in the middle span of the Cahaba river bridge. The to-da- y. train plunged through the trestle 110 feet to the river, and immediately the whole wreckage took fire and was burned before assistance could persons on be had. Of the thirty-si- x board only nine escaped. G. A. R. Officers Elected. -t, At a meeting of tho Marion Murphy Post G. A. It. No. 1G1, department of Kentucky, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: J W. Creed, Commander; Squire Agee, S. V. C; John F. Sallie, J. V. C; W. A. Bowles, Adjutant; Dr. Phil Roberts, Surgeon; John G. Pond, Chaplain; W. II. Walker, Q. M.; Coleman Moores, O. D.; Jas. Tudor, O. G- Dr. Phil Roberts and Squire Agee were chosen delegates to the State Encampment. O. T. Stapp and Jas. Tudor, alternates. The Postunnani-mousl- y recommended Judge A. J. Tharp, of Winston, for Department Commander. To The Front Onco More. A foul breath is one of the greatest afflictions that a man or woman can have. An affliction not only to themselves, but to those whom they come in contact. Afoul breath is a great discourager of affection. It would probably be more so if people only realized just what bad breath means. Bad breath is one of 'the symptoms of constiptation. Some of the other symptoms are sour stomach, loss of appetite, sick and bilcus headaches, dizziness, heartburn and distress after eating. These things mean indigestion. They lead to dyspepsia and worse things. They all start with constiptation, and constiptation is inexcusable because it can he cured cured easily, quickly and permanently, by the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasaat Pellets. They give to nature just the little help that she needs. There is no case of biliousness, constiptation, indigestion, "heartburn," or any of the breeding brood, rest of the night-uia- re that these little "Pellets" will not cure. Send 21 cents in one cent stamps to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's 100S page "Common Sense Medical Adviser," profusely illustrated. It CINCINNATI & FRANKFORT. Shortest and quietest betw een chased, we are closing out all of the other Jacfcets that were bought early in the season at Startling Prices, way below Cost of Manufacture. 009 i imM&mTl23r OUeiisC $m'4 mil msItaCj mamm I i r Psk v 4. :m s Frankfort and Paris. Ask for Tickets 99 OS Children's Cloaks and Misses DErSiafBIHB -- 'a. Ky. Midland Schedule of Trains. 10, 1S36. oo9 9S Off 09 Jackets al- Jt crwtSiMMitBft sr N; J; PrSisM OQ most given away. In effect November TRAINS EAST. Lv Lv Lv Lv A.M. P. M. P. M. No. 1 No. 3. No. 7. A 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 2 53 3 01 3 12 ,3 18 15 3 23 CO 3 30 755 3 31 8 03 3 37 8 1G 3 47 8 16 3 55 8 20 4 00 8 30 4 10 55 02 03 16 27 33 Respectfully, Lv Frankfort Summit-- Lv Johnson Ar Georgetown ) Ar C. S. Depot Lv C. S. Depot ) Lv Newtown Lv Ccnterville Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris f- LvDtnail Elkhorn Switzcr Stamping Ground B 2 40 2 47 00 10 20 32 48 58 2 06 2 15 1 1 1 1 1 1 W. D. OLDHAM & CO titO ' ' a.-- S - y?jyeii. xV- V flSfe!!i lift? mi 220 C 3 00 3 20 4 05 4 10 4 25 A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. TRAINS WELT. No. 2. No. 4. No.10 No. 8. C 5 50 6 00 6 01 6 12 6 22 6 30 6 31 6 40 6 46 6 53 7 01 7 11 7 17 7 25 Lva7isT Eating is a necessity. To the healthy, All trains daily except Sunday. it is a pleasure; to the dyspeptic.a torture. The Kentucky Midland Railu ay and connecof Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the tions form the shortest and cheapest route to By tl e use all points north, south, east and west. weakest and most disordered stomach is For further information apply to their agent or restored to its natural condition; and C. D. BEQCAW. GEO. B. HARPER, Receiver & Gen. Supt. food is once more partaken of with youthGen. Pass. Agt. Frankfort, Ky. ful relish and satisfaction. It At this time of the year a cold is very easily contracted, and if left to run its course without the aid of some reliable cough medicine is liable to result in that dread disease, pneumonia. We know of no better remedy to cure a cough or cold than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. We have used it quite extensively and it has always given entire satisfaction. Olagah, Ind. Ter. Chief. Tliis is the only remedy that is known to he a certain preventive of pneumonia. Amdng tlie many thousands who have used it for colds and la grippe, w e have never yet learned of a single 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 26 2!) sizes for sale by W. G. White. 9 00 9 10 9 14 9 22 9 32 . B 9 33 9 40 Georgetown Lv 9 45 Lv Johnson.- 9 51 . Lv Lv Stamping Ground 9 53 10 08 Lv Switzcr 10 16 Lv Elkhorn 10 22 Lv Summit .. A 10 30 Ar Frankfort Too 5 15 5 25 5 40 5 55 6 6 7 7 7 7 8 40 50 00 27 53 05 Lv Elizabeth Lv Centerville Lv Newtown Ar C. 8. Depot ) Lv C. S. Depot k?2'kiftVS' Duall I fcgf (A Gtt'M$&$tt&lGtt'&&$'&$$ bU Pfg Wallace.... Have removed to the 11 g X 8 15 m H p The Richmond Silver Band under tho direction of Prof. Robert Mitchell, of Ironton, Ohio, has taken on new lnn chosen. life and bids fair for success in the parties broke into future. They have added a number Circuit Clerk's offlec Thurs- of new membera to their already day night at Campton and stole all efficient list of musicians. In confie indictments that were made at nection with the band they have a tinlast term of the Wolfe Circuit full orchestra of first-claplayers. ( mrt. No clew. In the near future a benefit enterniung the applications for tainment is contemplated which will ( pardons was James Smith, be strictly up to date. All music sent up from Estill county for mur--1 loving people should lend a helping r but was refused, as was the ap- hand ot encouragement and assist in plication of Jesse Edgerton, of this the advancement of that which will . mule thief. prove a source of many musical treats during the balmy eonings of The ease of the Commonwealth piobn-bl- y against Matt Rainey, convicted on the summer. The band will Richchange its name to "The tli. charge of murder and sentenced to the penitentiary for life in Clark mond Military Band." Prof. Mitch( ircuit Court, has been filed with ell is a competent instructor, and any one desiring to takolcssons will the Court of Appeals. do well by seeing him. He played John Maupin, colored, was ar- labt season witn Liheratti. rested by Deputy Sneriff William Hunley Monday morning on a charge of house breaking. Maupin was tried before Judge Burnam At the residence of Row H. L. AmMonday afternoon, and discharged. brose, at the foot of Big Hill, Mr. A. Owen Peyton, also colored, was J. House and Mrs. Emma Young, tried on a charge of petit larceny Rev. Ambrose officiating. Ed. House and found not guilty by a jury. and Miss Nora Azbill attendants. Uncle Tom to be Here. Mrs. Charles Brock and Miss Julia-B-. Park were united in marriage It is reported that the company will have Thursday at the home of the bride that shows here with them the original "Uncle Tom," at Brookstown, by Rev. T. Q.Martin, now Si yean, of age. He will simply of the Christian church. Mr. Brock m. Brock, of College appear on the btage that the people is a son of Hill, and is an estimable young man. may him. His bride is a daughter of William Garrard Boy Suicides. Parle, deceased, and is a general faJake Newland. aged about twenty-eig- vorite with those that know her. years, shot and instanty killed The Climax extends congratulahimself at Lancaster Friday after- tions. noon. No cause is given for the suicide save that he had been disappointed in love. Butcher Shop. Tevis To Mr. and Mrs. David It. Tcvis, a hoy. Mr. John Thorpe has taken charge Jasper To Mr. and Mrs. Dr. H. of the butcher shop recently occupied by Mr. Buchignani, just below the C. Jasper, a boy. McKee corner on Main street, and Turley To Mr. and Mrs. R. E. will gladly furnish on demand the Turley, Saturday night, a girl. choicest of meats in the market. Eesfe T For Eeal! $g C&i I tf BEREA. .DELAYm - ss tin-tm- as President Frost returned from the East last Saturday. The reception for the mountain students at President Frost's Thursday evening was a delightful success. The Geographical party at Prof. L. V. Dodge's home last Thursday evening was a most enjoyable affair. Mu-- Helen Putnam carried off the lady's prize and s OFFER for rent mv residence North btreet, for the year 1S97. The building contains eight rooms and agood cellar; splendid cistern on premises, fine garden, good barn and all necessary outbuildings; fruit trees and grape vines. For terms apply to the undersigned or 1 Pfcs One door above their old stand, where they will welcome all of tbeir Old Customers and as many new ones as will take advan- tage of the reduced 5' price they are making all lino fit House, '. - & Farley m M fc&Q Jkfi & ) (& V Kg fcz? p$ s Si their CONSISTING OF W. I Crutcher" ., $&Z ' CS Boots of all description, ge g A0mIW. A'Tllr, is4SSA f MSmW, QSSM&?i f Qe (& SPSWX SjJP MfefeMSl MBm zmmmgm l&m&&8& 29 A. T. CHENAULT, Richmond, Ky. A m a fes Ej3 &?; wMi mx Shirts' Neckwear, Ifinhrollac , -KUDDers oi an Kinas. M g t'y immw $&ffii$MK to-nig- ht ht Fell Forty Feci. At Perkins, this comity, last Thursday afternoon, Joe Martin fell from tho top of a tree, forty feet, over a precipice, receiving injuries from which he died Friday night. He was getting cedar for Christmas. Shoh Dick Price, a section hand residing tit Duncannon, accidentally shot himself while fooling with a gurr. The shot tore his arm in such a man- ner that amputation will bo essary. The accident happened day afternoon. -- necMon- rl c-f- H. HORSE POWER After hearing some friends continually 40 praising Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ENGINE & BOILER, and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of new, one Slachine for Baling ExEach happiness and piosperity. Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle celsiornearly (suitable also for hay), six Excelsior extra Pulley's, Shafting, "Harmonica," under the direction of of it for his own use and is now as en- Machines,machine. This is a rareBelting, for an chance parts for order Prof. Thurston, rendered magnificently thusiastic over its wonderful work as investment as the plant is in is good and the for the the oratorio ot Hie .Messiah" last .Mon- anyone can be The 25 and 50 cent sizes and tho market at handproductcheap. Tho maand PC material easily From my barn, near Silver Creelc. llondiy B fey mtr gj its 'SL SSwL Wm. rA 4JiK chinery will also be offered in lots and the best night, a mouse colored mule, about 15 day evening to a largo and appreciative for sale by AV. G. White. 25 29 bid accepted. reward Are much in little; always hands high, 10 or 12 years old. A liberal TERMS Sale will be made on six, twelve will be paid for return of same. audience. Prof. W. B. Chamberlain, of ready, efficient, satisfactFor Fnonmoxiia. and eighteen months time. For furtherinfor-matlo- n ory ; prevent a cold or fever, TURNER. 20 Chicago, by his inspiring 6olos, delighted call on or address me at Irvine, Ky. cure all liver Ills, pick head beyond measure the fortunate hearers. Dr. J. C. Bishop, ot Agnew, Mich., ache. Jaundice, constipation, etc Price 3 cents. HUGH RIDDELL, Assignee. says: "I have used Foley'B Honey and The only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. BRIDGEFORD'S Prof W. B. Chamberlain, of Chicago, Tar in three very severe cases of pneufamed for his oratory, delighted a largo monia the past month, with good results. ECONOMIST RANGE, audience at Berea College Chapel on last Sold by W. G. White. 20 29 Satutcay evening, Decern! er 10th, by his SEE THEM ! The person whodisturbed tho congregarendition of the Trial Scene iu the EXAMINE THEM I ROUTE "Merchant of Venice" and his matchless tion last Sunday by coughing is requestPURCHASE THEM J reproduction of Dickens' "Christmas ed to call ou W. G. White and get a -- BEST UNE TO AND FRQ- KCarol." Not one in the audience will bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar which OLD FASHIONED I3ILL STONE 2C 29 ever forget the inspiring, practical man always gives relief. PROCESS. with the big. cheery voice. The follow aro twenty-eigcandidates There S5oiiii Vest ibn led Tram, with BuRet Farlor Tnrs. KIcRiint Coaches Dining "iir, Wiiguej steam corn ing Sunday he preached in the College for tho ofllce of Jailer in Logan I have started a of Orange meal Slooplne C.irs, mid laleht Improved Privaie and Chapel, preaching at Narrow Gap in the county, and all the aspirants have mill at Corner Orchard streets, near the old burnt In wilts toilet cer.lly fnrul-heafternoon Sunday c ening he delivered not announced. mill, in Richmond. Custom grindtcli compartment. Best terminal station. on tho oratorio of the a etc.. ing done. Meal,Bran,Ship-stul- f Don't be persuaded into buying lini- on hand. "The Messinh." which was of the greatST- est educational value. He further de-- ments without reputation or merit Solid VestlbuIcilTraliiRwItli Iluffet Parlor Car, CoaeheH mid Ulultie Cnr. nnil vsnr lighted Bereans by hia insDiring rendi Chamberlain's Pain Balm coats no more, JluOi'tSltK!pliigCar. Enterlnpht. Louis over of two solos in "The Messiah" and its merits have been proven by a the New Merchants' Bridge, avoiding tho tion HEWBY tnuuel. evening. His visit to Berea test of many years. Such letters as tho Monday Hiss Sallie Bogie is better after a long will never be forgotten. It was an inapt following, from L. G. Bagly, Ilueneme, GEO. W. RILEY ' ration to students and citizens. illness Cal , are constantly beiug received: "The If) Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Mr. 0. P.' Stapp has repaired his dwel-Jfyoudesiro a luxurious growth of best remedy for pain T have ever used is Tlie onlv Tlirousl" SleeplUB Carune from DucJnua'u Elegant Wagner sleeping Car. Wright's Celery Capsules. ling houso at this place. healthy hair of a natural color, nature's Chamberlain's Pain Balm, aud I say so J i?feSjHyBBBCT Shelbyvillo, Ky., May 26, S6. To having used it in my family for sevMrs. Win. Roberts of Owen connty, is crouningoniamentof both seses, use only after YORK. eral years." It cures rheumatism, lame Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: j "all's Vegetable Sicilwu Hair Eenewer. visiting relatives at this place. " ITor u a box of sale by Limited" Solid Vestl Geuls I have purchased back, sprains aud swelling. Tho ".'ontliwe-tcrSOLD IN tnlrd Tniiits. with Coiabtuailoa Library, Mr. Brutus Bogio and Joseph Jonea Wrjcht's Celery Capsules from G. L. 2 29 W. G. White. IBiinetiiMrtlsiiiiilKliiBOiru, Wo?ner Sleeping are at home from theSncker State. During a bloody meleo at a dance unrs. innu),ir", used, them for RICHMOND. '''.,,. Elrjrant Coaches nrnlv Diningfitiulirt .M.n.nlii afrVn-tri7ltfaithful siek on es- Middelton, drujrist, and n Mrs. Squire Moberley, of Ruthton in Letcher county, Charles Hogg, a WANTED travolior responsible M'- Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and no Ferry Transfer. Of pot. Positively mon to neighborhood is better, after a long ill- - prominent farmer, was badley hurt. tablished houso inJKentucky. Salary and foundjhat they cave me imBtsure yonr likel:'reads,vla 'iBIO FOUR' Position perma- mediate reliefevery time., 1 think.it an ness with typhoid fever. other's have iotmd health, vigor and $780 and expenses. .Enclose self-a- d f.Mww'iflTiiwn-fcnf- l V. B. VJ&IW s 0. K'COEHIdE nent. Reference. eseellentremedy. 2 s Six barrels of whisky were taken ont vitalityinHood'sSarsaparilla.anditsorei -Taweugw Traffic Mgr.as ttea. P;Tkt,Agt The-dressed stamped envelope. . " 1..V inuurraiffli'n-ft.uu?- i i i ioars vsryruiy,? at E. C. Millions ware house for eubecrip . y has power to help you also V7y not National, Star Insurance JJldg., IVNIIIW-- ': it-- J Wfr-:iJsaJ,Hry it? lions ior Christmas. uuicatfu; ?.. r?: i.w , 1 !! - -first-cla- MARRIED. Mr. Theo. Pasco thegentleina-i'- s prize. John Fuget, son of William Fuget, while playing with a loaded pistol Satui-da- y morning, accidentally discharged it the ball entering his leg. The wound, while serious, will probably not prove fatal. The marriage of Everett Van Winkle and Miss Maggie Kobe was bolemnized at the home of the bride's parents on Friday last. Rev. McMurray officiating. The Clijuv joins with their many friends in earnest wishesior their future ssunieessa As assignee of sy r i sL (j UJ rA R one door above their old stand it the Farley Houso. vw RECEIVED!! We lay special stress upon the quality of Capes and Jackets all designed in the latest fashion. Prices will suit you. John Russell, tho celebrated Iron King, is dead at Ashland. For Kidney Troaol03. there is nothing belter than Foley's Kidney Cure. Everyone who tries it will agree to this. Sold by W. G. White. 26 23 the Kentucky Excelsior and Mattress Company, I will, on Don't Miss The Place. $g4 My January , 18, 1897 At the Court House door, in Irviie, countv. Kv.. otter at public sale the entire plant of said Company consisting of a iWflllflce &ft ?V :V4 29 -1- & Farley's Old Stand, Main Street, nichmond, Ky. 1?lce.l 16 IV;?! Z 7k 3STOTIOTS Tins le. needles lc, brasa pins 3c, 15 marbles lc. Garter ribbon, cotton and silk, 5, 8, 9, and lie a yard, all colors. Floor oil cloth 20c a yard. Jloy's suspenders 5c. Farmers' heavy braces 12 and 20c Men's D5 (a ZS STOLEN! B-- MgA'et I Pills 'Ib? 23-3- 1 I OOBi MEAL BIG FODR" CHICAGO. BYTHE BIRTHS. ht Misses and ladies mits, a large assortment, 10c up, all shades. Kice white fianied mirrors 10c. Mirrors 9x12 20c. Clarks Thread 4 cents a spool. I .amp wicks 5c a dozen. Thimbles lc. Uelt pins 3c uo. Ask to see our line of ladies' and gents' belts 10c np. We have the nicest stock of side combs e er seen in Richmond.- v17 See our 5 and 10c combs; other houses get 15 and 20c. Co, Hujrpy whips 10c up. Combs 3 to 29c. Castile soap 3 and 5c per cake. Tar soap 5c. Turkish bath soap 3c. Glycerine soap 5c Butter;;: milk soap 7c (box 3 cakes) 20c s Baby (white) 18c Shirt buttons (12 dozen on card) 3c a card. Seaming braid 5c. Tape lc (late pencils 2c a dozen. Lead pencils lc. Shoe blacking, 10c box for 5c (ft 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. Rope and filo silk 3c skein or 30c dozen, Cologne 5 to 50c Darning cotton lc Spool 6ilk 000 yards) 4c 3 spools thread 10c Knitting needles 2c Eet. Hair pins 1, 2, 3, and 5c box. Lnnch boxes 15 and 20c Dolls 3c. Chair bottoms 5c, nil sizes. .. , Brass heau tacks oc box. rush lmo 1A arl, , linnVa c dozen. w W. ..vu..w hair-brushe- suspenders S to 50c. ( acce-wirle- s scnnou-Icctur- e J J.W. Rymel. LOUIS. J ! BOSTON. 1 1 I i NEW Pepper and salt boxeS"5 and 10c Butterfly veil catch 10c Veiling 5, S., 10 13 , IK .... Joe yard. w. v, an.l Belts (washable) 25c Mens and ladies' hankerchiefa 5 to 25c Kid curleis oc dozen. Pocket books 3 to Soc each. 12 dozen buttons 3c Pearl bnttons oc Sleeve holders oc pair. Mourning pins 2c box. Hooka and eyes lc 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, toIId colors, 10c Dress shields 5, 8", and 10c Large picture frames 20c Babies bibs 5 and 10c, with nipple attached Babies oil cloth (lxtnnd) bibs oc Towels 5 to 33c Crash for toweling 4c up. Scrim 5c Walking caneff 25c Baby comtorters 8c Rubber balls 5c Robber rattles 10c c-- I MILLINERY 2D FLOOR. 1 partment, we will for a few days make a great reduction in prices. Now is the timo to get a new hat orlwuinptrheap. lUfIrS .& O- GSnsti-.patio- -- -- 3v t f t ,e-- iv W, ., s'G-sa- -- -- i . 'fofr--- !., ifirmMBsMl 1 ji F . (SKSeft4eH; f . Ji RISER'S il ii BARGAIN STORE, " &M Main Street, Richmond, Ky. V--t - K ;? 5pt wC V j, , - I KENTUCKY Xha Lateat NEWS. IVU ox tbo PITCHED BATTLE t Majfletd IVhtte ami ;i!acl Kxpectnd Tom Chambers Jturn'ed to by a Jloli. BOTH WILL DIE. Double Trtedy wa from All Curouionwc&lUi. djath of Torn Charncersby a mob at Maytieid Monday night. Part of the Fkaxkfokt, that lynched Stone Sunday night state .official is responsible for the statement' tarted to run some Negro characters that a paper has lei-- quietly circu- 'out of .town. - Chambers kept a dive. lated fmoni; the republican members The mob visited his place and set it on fire, burning also ttie wholesale beer of the .legislature pledging said mem- nd;ed ENCUCH VOTES ' A- -l t Ur. Ilu trr to Vrnt Mln, a Htinlucky Omclnl. Ky., Dee. as. A Ky.. Dec 2i Passengers arriving on the train at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning report- - the burning to l)'h Padicah. bers to vote against Dr. Hunter for the senatorial nomination and that enough signatures have been obtained to insure Hunter's defeat. U he plan lias quietly worked, and Uoyle, Holt, D'boe and other candidates have laid aside personal differences among themselves, aud, after Hunter's defeat is composed, they will settle on the nominee, no promises about that part ef the plan havlnrr been made in ad vance. Col. Walter Forrester, editor of the Krsukfrt Capital, and confidential friend of Gov. llradley, ii com- nirntiug on the scheme Sunday, said: "It is well known that there are enough men to prevent ' Ms nomination, but many of them i have refused to support any other than a single lavonte, declaring ior Iluntcr for second choice. Jf the pledge is us numerously signed, as it is claimed that it has been during the past week, there will be a new phase to the situation that may bring out a new candidate. The republicans are now demandy democrats that ing of the they announce their position." Im-c- ii ! anti-Hunt- er house of U. F. l.oaz. It is believed Chambers was in the house, and was bvrned to death When the to 'y of Jim Stone, who was h ringed by a mob early Monday morula r, as cut down it was found that a finger and toe had been cut off. Uvcry one of the Negroes warned by the mob thnt hanged btone. has bought himself a shotgun with which, ha says, he will battle for his rights. Stone's body was not cut down till nearly nine o'clock, and the greatest indignation is expressed by the Negroes generally because it was not removed from viow before. Many ol them are swearing vengeance, and an outbreak is not improbable at any time, anti-Hunt- er anti-Hunt- er sound-mone- DIVED FROM FLYING TRAIN. Connterfeltnr Arrant Kcip flanilruCTed from n Nlenplmc Murnhml. LoutRVfi.t.K, Ky., Dec is. J. 'A. Arrant, convicted of counterfeiting, and, while being taken to the Columbus, O., prison to servo two years, lcapail from Jim Stone made a statement to the effect that another Negro committed the crime, but ihe mob paid no attention to his words. The Negro offered prayer while knives were being plunged into h's body, but to no avail. 1h mob was satisfied that he was guilty and" would not listen to his hile he was still praying pleading. the culprit was swung to a limb and his body riddle I with bullets. The mob was particularly aggravated, as it was not Stone's first offense, he having served a penitentiary sentence for a similar assault. s Frank Harris, at Eagle Station, in Carroll county, was shot aud Killed shortly after dinner Friday by Mr. Harris, who was mortally wounded by Medley. Leaving- - Sir.'. Harris aud Medley alone after dinner, Harris weut out to his barn and on returning, it is said, lis found them iu a compromising position. He drew his revolver and shot Medley live times through tho breast. As Medley fell he began hbotiug aud l one ball went through Harris' abdoor Painful, men while the Other broke his arm. sne soon i Jlarris was still alive at lust aecounLs, lanjniid, nervous w&l hut it was not thought he could surand irritable, the blocni leaves Her vive tho night. cheek and very grave complicaSHOCK KILLED HEK. tions arise unlcs3 Regularity and Mr. Forater 1)1, n 1'lvo Minute After llcr Vigor arc restored to these lln.bxiid'H Dcttd. ".y To ,.,-:- e EiiKTox, Ky.. Dec 20. Tandy o "3 " aged 64 years, and his wife, aged of one of the CO years, died Fridi.y afternoon most noted within uv'e minutes of each other, physicians the latter from the shock. Forster, of the South, who was a farmer, was at the rear of the house chopping wood for the where trouy night, when ho was seized with bles of this -y His wife, on and fell dead. sort prevail more extensively than hearing of his death a few moments later, wan eouiplely overcomo with in any other section., and has never grief aud died almost instantly. Itoth failed to correct disordered Mcn- had been rcsideuts of Todd fur struation. It restores health and many years and hud reared u Inre strength to the suffering- woman. .Medley, .a young farmer who had been invited to dine with Mr. und Mrs. Ixuisvillk, mt E"d Station, Carroll Count;, Ky. Ky., Dec 23. Herman w.oman s ELOV FOR BLOW. diseases Are as peculiar as unavoidable, ' and cannot be4iscuss-e- d or treated as we do those to which JWwJi the entire human v g family are subject, Menstruation sus- - J I've tarns sucn import NTift't un ant relations to her v ffl& W, health, thit when Indignant Orrr the I.ynrhlnc of J ni Stone. LccisviLi.E, Ky., Dec 24. Isaac Curtis aud other Kegro leaders in this ciiy Wednesday rrnled a htill nd fcr a big and early n.ass meeting to ,i rotest against the prevailing La Lit in Kentucky of hanging Negroes ior alleged outrages be. ore they are proved puiity. fonce threats were mode that il nothing could be accom- plifhed t'v mas meetings and other jcnecr.ble evidences of dirappioval they would return blow for blow. I.ouIstUIh Kecrnr x ta yitut liill SEmMmIMMM mmMmmsmmmMmmsmamMmm I. afrriJsrfrlJE?iraJfBr3 u- .- ' Ml y says Curtis, "was a great outrage. The rfficers, vihcn they trek him there, knew he would be hanged, and the governor should have known his danger and afforded him protection. We white peowill invite the ple to join us in protesting against such outrages." law-abidin- g 'lhe hacgirg of fctcne at MsyGeld," "Granny" Metcalfe. ) vied fttwat U of the "1 4vm 87 jctri eld, and ough aad lun remedies that hTt been told dorlng my lire ; and for the benefit of the tnffertaf I will that hare nerer aied an remedy equl to Da. Hill a Pikx TiK'HoHTa It cite quiet and permanent reether ought. We keep It la lief la grippe, at well onr home all the time, and woald not be without T3 South tth Str&dactUi.Kj. U. A. F URNI TUR E ty frHJS You will want a present for some one sure, and why wait and worry so long, as to what you shall get when it is a settled fact that &&''W&'' m pa sjg pa Bfg tTf org-ans- . mm For-ste- r, r emdAz. v- deiiiw o t r upo-plex- Kesmatoi - Jamil. near Jteaver Dam, Ky.. about o'clock the Illinois Central Louisville limited 4:30 Sunday morning, while the train was moving at a speed of 55 miles an hour, and escaped, flow he managed to fall uninjured may never be known. Deputy Marshal IS K. Elliott, who had Arrant in charge, was asleep at the time Elliott had 'the "rain stopped, but could not find his prisoner, no c.itne nu to Iouisville Sunday afternoon. Ho says Arrant wj.s handcuffed and thinks he will bo recapture I. U URPATION OF OFFICE. Cnnnctltnmn Glnvor, of Loalaville, Arretted oil Tiint t hHryr-T.ouisvii.i k, Ky . Dec iS A warG over. MOTHEH, Attempt to Kill Her Tour la Frrrzr. Children Sulclda 1 by I)roTrn. NnwroitT, Ky., Dec 22. Mrs. C. J. Thompson, 30, of Columbia street, beA 1 tween Eleventh an Twelfth streets, Newport, committed suicide by jumping into a cistern at her home at 2:15 a. m. Monday. , rant was sworn out for Councilman Walter He is charged by Councilman Frank P. Itoschc with usurpation of oQi . He gave bond. He removed (mm the I.ighth ward to the Seventh and continued to hold en to the office of councilman, which, it is claimed, is usurpation of ollicd and contrary to the s atutcs in such cases. The penalty for this is a fine of from Mr. S503 to SI, .100 and imprisonment. Clover is holding on under advice of the city a torney. Mltltl Under Slarrhlu; Order. Fkaxkfokt, Ky., Dec vs. Several companies of the Second regiment, Kentucky state guards, have been in readiness to march for the last 48 hours. Gov. liradloy is determined to prevent mob violence if it is in his power, and the report that a mob would attempt to lynch Johnson Howe, cjlored, who is in jail at Paris for the shooting of Policeman Charles Licey, ct Cynthiana. caused him to order the nulit'.a to be in readiness to go to Howe's protection. Lacey died Sunday morning. A telegram from Pans S indaj- niht said that Howe was not ia danger. - of Hakcr, aged 10, was married at a, near here Sunday, to Miss Nannie Hoibroo'c, aged 13. They were tho youngest couple ever married in Letcher county. Hall is a fine dancer and danced as soon as they were jnado Wright. Children .Mrrjr. Ky., Dec 2S. Willie Hall, llil- - "one" 'or nearly an hour. The wedding to ik place on the day of both Ihrce hundred their birthdays. mountaineers witnessed "the weddin'," as it was callod. nnd Ouo I'u tally IVoand-eIw Men chil-d'en- 's d. Mount Vkrxos, Ky., Dec 2S. In a general fight six miles north of this place Saturday afternoon two men were killed and another fatally shot. T ic dead are Armp Rowland and Jack higsoy. The wounded man is Greely Lesr. The fight began at a Christmas merry making and was fought out on the highway in Kentucky feudal fashion between opposing factions. 9 Kj'., Dec 28 Sunday nternoon Charles Gentry stabbed and fatally wounded James Gentry. The f irmcr was employed by the latter and his pay Sunday and was t dd he would be paid ofT Tuesday. He at once drew his knife and stabbed Gentry five times, inflicting fatal wounds. He made his escape. They were second cousi.-S- . To 'u Llu,b rrom Limb. Tisevili.k, Ky., Dec 2S. Frank Napier, a wealthy farmer and lumber merchant, who resided about six miles from this place, was caught in the drive wheel of his sawmill, after being several times whirled around through tho wheel, was completely torn to His arms were both torn from I ieces. his body, and almost every bone in his body was broken. Claims the Shootlne irn Accidental. Casev-villKy., Die 2a. At five miles Irom here, one, Williams, shot and fatalty wounded his wife. 1 he ball from the pistol entered her le "t side just below the heart- - Mrs. Williams it in a precarious condition. And doubts are felt as to her recovery. Williams claims it was an accident 1'KixCK.rox, e. Ill C- - nl i rtltj- - Stabbad by Gentry. Temporary derangement is supposed ' to have been the cause. The act was preceded by a frenzied attempt at midnight to kill her four children with a razor. Her husband frustrated her ' plans and hid the instrument. Mrs. Thompson has four children, the oldest nine years, and the youngest, two months old. About a month ' before the birth of the last child Mis. Thompson's mind became affected. Sunday night her husbmd thought r ' condition worse thun it had ever been. She sat up, and he also remained up to watch her. Mra. ridler AVon. At 2 a. m. he dozed. Wnen he awoke LAwKnxcimuno. Ky., Dec 20. In 15 minutes later she was gone Ho t le case of Mrs. Parma Fidler, admin-- i went into the yard aud found the cis.tratrix of the estate of' Esra T. Fid-- 1 tern open and saw her body there. He t, deceased, against the American j.ccident Co. for amount of a S5.000 alarmed tha neighbors, and Tom Pur-ceand Phil Ityan fishel her out with j olicy held by her husband, dead seven grappling hooks. She was dead. . ears ago, the jury found a verdict for l le plaintiff, giving her full amount Thorn I. Smith bead. Louisville, Kv., Djc. 22. Thomas : sked for, minus interest The will take it to the court of ap-- j P. Smith, the commissioner of the leas again, this being the third trial chancery division of the circuit court. died Monday night, after a service i.f the case here. The Company May lie Disbanded. with the chuncery cnurt of 01 years, He became deputy wnen but li llAitiiOuitviLLi:, Ky., Dec 2C Sev- years old, and has served in tn oliice ral n embers of the Bradley guards, a ever since. Mr. S ith was in his fcOth iiewly organized military company, year, and leaves five children. 'Ihcv ot drunk Thursday night nnd marched are Mrs. John G Simrull, Mrs. Ilcury ihrough the streets with their guns, V. Kscott, Mrs. James Uuchanau an l firing ball cartridges and terrorising Mrs. Scott Milton, of Louisville and the citizens. The merchants closed Tcomas P. Smith, jr., of Chicago. their btores, and the militiamen for a time had possession of the town. Co v. Two Contlcta l'nnloord. Fraxicfoht, Ivy., liic 22. Gov. Bradley will bo asked to disband the llradley Monday morning pardoned company. Oliver Seward, of Kenton county. Throt Cnt From Kr to Er. Lexixotox, Ky., Dec 20 While atbenard was recei-eat the penitentiary in ISSS; was sentenced to 15 years tempting to settle a dispute here Frifor manslaughter. Kobcrt Dukes, a. day night between William O'Brien life prisoner from Carroll, was also and John Gaitskill, Huey Gormley was pardoned. Applications for pardons cut twice on the neck by GaitskilL were overruled in 73 cases. Thomas O'Brien and Gormley were sound monSinclair, of Covington, was one of ey men and Gaitskill a silverito. The weapon used was a razor, and one of those whose petitions wore refused. the cuts extends almost from one ear Kir MeetlMcat lVanUforU FltANKFORT, Ky., Dec. 22. A rousing to the other. Gaitskill is a barber. He big meeting of Cuban sympathizes was has been locked up. Poittiiiicters for Kentucky. held here Monday night, and resolu- Fourth-ClaWamhnotox, Dec 20. Fourth-clas- s tions were adopted requesting Kentucky's senator's nnd representatives postmasters were commissioned for to vote for the Cameron resolutions. Kentucky Thursday, , as follows: AlBankers, preachers, lawyers, doctors, liance, Floyd countj-- II. Hamilton; merchants, mechanics and all classes Dycusburg, Crittenden county, J. H. were present The enthusiasm, was un- Clifton; King's Station, Estill county, bounded and several present wanted J. T. Turpin; Pikcview, Hart county, F. L. Brooks; Tygart Valley, Greenup to enlist and go to Cuba at once. county, A. J. II. Lewis. Kecltueut Itcndj tn Mov. Hoy Shoot, Two Men. Lexington, Ky.. Dec. 22. L. D. Lewisiiuro, Ky., Dec 20. At a Thurman, chief of police of Fcstus, Mo., and a captain the late war, writes party near Epley Station, on the 0. & to Col. Tom. Davidson, of this city, N. railroad, in Logan county, Pete boy, fatally shot an a that he has a regiment now ready to move, and he wishes to join the Ken- old man named Bracken and seriously man named Shiffer. tucky brigade if war is declared wounded a Gillum fled, and has not been captured. against Spain. 20.--Fd, llenr-Kedemaap-jlij; : h-- thirty yeit-- handled loth at TThoIo- Padgett, of 1 .inner, this county, was Silotnd rolail. r.nd In eo tnsttneo ha It failed burned to death in liie town lockup to give satisfaction. Wr sell iioro of it than all there Thursday night. He had been other similar roni6dic combincl Lamab, Hankie & lamas, sirrested by Marshal illand for drunk-- c Atlanta, JIuccn and Albany, Ga. mess. Padgett declared hu would bum the lockup if not released. Hu Tke UiADFirLD ncc'JUVTon Co., Atlanta, Ga. I his word, for al.out midnight the Scld by at! Dragjists at $:.00 per Cottle s iiall Irauie building was discovered in II tines, and when the fire was put out Padgett was dead. Trouble is feared, : s the fr.ends of Padgett, who had also DR. HOLMES. been clebrating Chr'stmas by drink- Many Poranns llellrv Ilu Will Not be ing, cla mod that the lockup was set From the Fraukfort rut oa fire, and le.'use to be pacified. Fraskfoet, Ky., Dec 23. Some of Vats Another Divorce. Louisvn.i.R, Ky., Dec the the political gonsips hereabouts sny secoiid time Mrs Louise Pedeman lias that those who are hustllnvr for the been granted a divorce from her hus-lan- Frankfort post office are wasting time. Theyweremar-- j It is freely predicted that Dr. S. B. ed the first time in 1S3I!, aud lived to- Holmes, the present efficient postmaster, will keep the place under the new d gether until 1M)2, when the wife :or and was granted an absolute administration as long as he cares to His commission does not ex.vorce. A year later they were re-- l hold it larrieJ and lived happily until a short pire until January, lS'JS, aud he is a t me ago, when, Mrs Ilcdcman claims, warm personal friend of Senator Lind1 er husband began to treat her cruelly. say, who will want to say who shall bo j gain she applied to the courts, and the postmaster at his home town, and ' hursday was granted a divorce by who is likely to make the of Holmes his only political request of Jude Miller. MoitKiiKAl), ! Humeri the Lockup nil Himself. Ky.. D mi 20. -- Monroe Wo lirvo for t'10 Hraiiacld's Koaula p-- et ot Jt-fi- non-remov- the new administration. ll nt j i ' cl-- rk ' , j m i Iluntor F - N .tlco ot Contsit. Toui ViLi.e, Ky., Doc 23. Congressman W. Godfrey Hunter, leading candidate for the republican nomination for United States senator, who was defeated for to congress by John S. Rhoa in the Third district, filed notice of contest against Uhea at Russellvillo Tuesday. The Frankfort Capital, Gov. Bradley's official organ, admits that Dr. Hunter has enough votes pledged to secure tho nomination for United States senator This probably means that no extra session of the legislature will be called as Gov. Bradley is bitterly opposed to Hunter's election. Win'i to Go to Cnb. FKAxnrouT, Ky., Dec 23. Col. Sel Miller, Louisville, was here Tuesday in consultation with the governor and adjutant general. Ho asked what punishment they would mete out to members of the state guard who should go away from home and carry their arms with them. He con- fessed he knew many members of the guard who will go to Cuba if assured of no great punishment at home The answer of the governor and adju-- . lant general to Col. Miller is not known. A L It for UnolTtin. Lexington, Ky., Dec" 23. Charles Umbers, of Dunedin, New Zealand, Tuesday morning writes Mayor of Loxington,"that seventy pounds was raised in thnt place recently for the benefit of Lewis George Clark, Mrs. Stowo's original of "George Harris" in "Uncle Tom's Cabin," which will bs sent at once to be given the old man for a Christmas gift. He has been on the verge of starvation for months and obliged to beg for food to keep him alive Sim-rai- l, Spaekart Attauipt to Kill Ilia Dec. 23. Drothar-tn-L- w. Gil-lu- Hen-sha- New Corinth School. Coristu, Ky., Dec 28. Corinth is tc have two schools. Rev. W. A. Cooper Methodist church will open a select high school for 13 pupils. The academy is in charge O" Prof. Marion PfaustieL lite of Highland you Don't Become truthfully spoken conctrning Dr Pierce's Pleasant Pellets by on? who has had abundant opportunity ta.&bserve their more favorable as compared with that of other i.c-tio- a Clave to their Use ! " Tht abovt words have bta r. p;,s i i J. 3J4 If Ih ;' . ..ojtldiyjcitharttc. ar tioy, suar-coateVaQi any fcttch.wjll;redUyCtoktt - f Most pills and medicines in use for constipation, in the long run. " make a bad matter worse." Un, like such Dr Pierce's Pellets exert such a tonic or strengthening effect upou the membranes of the stomach ind bowels, as to produce laUing ben-nt- . Their use can. therefore, be gradually dtscon t tuned. With most pills the longer they are taken, the mere dependent upon their use the patient becomes. NA so with the " Pellets." Their secondary effect is to keep the bowels open and regular, cot to further Hence, their great constipate. jopularity with sufferers from habitual The Pellets cure costivencss, or constipation. ' biliousness, sick and bilious headache, dizziness, sour tdomach, loss of appetite, coated tongue, indigestion,""or dyspepsia,' " heartburn," windy belchings. pain icd distress after eating, and kindred derangements of the liver, sto.maeh and bowels," "OnelittIe " Pellet " is a laxative, two are agf-nts- VX " d " SpW byU-deI3- s7 ' " -- II 8 Meal Killed Him. Uendebson, Ky., Dec 25. Frank Martin, an engineer living near Cairo, ate for supper eight eggs, half a pound colored and belongto the middleweight of beefsteak, a dozen oysters and sevclass. They should put up a good eral slices of bread and butter, and fight, since both arc winners. drank five cups of coffee. Before retiring he remarked to his wife that ho Lorn ltttg' Cr inc. Shortly before GnEENSBur.o, Ky.. Dec 22. Lum had eaten too much. Bates, of Monticello, near here, at- midnight his groans awakened her and tempted to kill his father, but his aim before medical assistance arrived he was bad. He then turned his pistol to was dead. his head aud committed suicide His Attempted Arson. father opposed his marriage to the girl Newport, Ky., Dec 25. An attempt of his choice. to start a conflagration in the heart of this city was discovered Thursday Kenturky FoMmnterft. Washington, Dec 22. The following morning. Oil soaked clothes and cans fourth-clas- s f benzine were placed in the Cincin- postmasters were appoint. ed Monday: Marking, Letcher county, nati Spring Bed CoJs factory building and fired, but the blaze was discovered G. . Gibson; Benfrow, Ohio county, T. T). Beck; Teges, Clay county, L. J. before it had made much headway. iloskits; Woodbury, Butler countv, Frank Budde, the proprietor, is under M. D Ellis. arrest. Run Doirn by n 1Vn;on. JotrHHT Arrrttrd. Newport, Ky., Dec 22. At 3 p. m. Ctstiiiana, Ky., Dec 25. J. W. Mocdai the surrender of Postmaster Peck, aged 73. a wealthy citizen of this Hctsch, of this city, was completed. place, was seriously injured Thursday His bond was fixed at 510,000 and he morning by a man driving a wagon gave it without delay. His recovery is doubtful, over him. on account of his age and infirmities. Died iu Auful A;ony. He is the father of Judge Hiram Peck, Paducaii, Ky., Dec 22. Florence of Cincinnati. May, aged three years, stood too near Yon up Farmers Fatal Qnarrel. & fireplace and her clothes caught fire. Paducau, Ky., Dec 25. Tom WakeShe died in awful agony. field and George Ogden, young farmers, quarreled at Ragland while bound May Fme Al 1th Gold Democrat Louisville, Ky., Dec 2C The re- for home from Paducah, drunk. They publican leaders of the state have fought without leaving the buggy in made indirect propositions to the na- which both were seated. Ogden was tional democrats to fuse in the race for shot twice and was fatally wounded. clerk of the court of appeals. K'ntncky Needs Her Convicts. Frankfort, Ky., Dec 25. The govIIU Ntcli llrnken. Hodgenville, Ky., Dec 2a Butler ernor Thursday morning formally reBornback, a prominent young man of fused to pardon the 100 convicts who tho Oak Hill section of Larue county, had enlisted at the penitentiary to go was thrown from a horse and his neck to Cuba. The governor remarked that he thought "Kentucky needed their was broken services more than Cuba did." Broke Ilia Neck. Vali.et View, Ky.. Dec 20. At A;lt Collecting Toll. Perkins 1 hursday after oon .roe Mar- , Lawkencebueg, Ky., Dec 25. Toll frpm a tree and broke his neck. is now being collected on three pikes tin fell Be was getting a cedar for a Christmas leading into Lawrenceburg. New tree. gatts were erected Thursday. One is Hand lliotr.1 OX on the Harrodsburg j)ike, another on Paris, Ky., Dec 20. Pearl Harris, tho For creek pike and-ththird on oejed 10, a colored jockey, had bis hand the one leading to Frankfqrt blown with a cannon fire Kentucky Triplets. cracker. Glenwood, Ky., Dec 25, Mrs. A Nbrrrn sea codfisher carries a set James Stumban, living on Deer Tiick, of lines 7,200 fathoms in length and is the mother'of triplets, two boys and having the amazing number of 4,089 one girL Their weight is 31 pounds. hooks, every one of which must be Mr. and Mrs. Stumban have 17 children there being three pairs of twins baited. ' and one pair of triplets. fllver la Kn tacky. AUerton. Indortl Albakt, Ky., Dec 23. 1 here is great NiciioLAsviLrK, Ky.. Dsc 25. excitement here over recent finds of Jesamine county republican commitThe silver ore. A test of that found on tho a Ferguson farm reveals that it contains mouslymeeting here in which it unaniindorsed Hon. Samuel W. 43 ounces of pnro silver to tho ton. of Chicago, for secretary of Thomas Iligginbotham picked up some agriculture. rich ore on the farm of William Riddle, A Triple Wcddlujr. ten miles from this "Wlacs.'uut this has Pai.ua, Ky., Drc 25. At a triple has not been tested as yet, wedding Thursday Frank Jones and - F'ir!tf nnd rnputl(ts to Unite. Aliie lteasley, Bud Dezerae and Emma It.-:- . o.., Kj D;c 21,. It is ru- Foster, and Edge Herrjngton and Rct-ti- o mored lmre thnt the silrrrites have: Altie were tho contracting parties. meda s proposition to the populists for a fusion in Caldwell" county n'cxt No- Tiie consular renort on the Armeninn Teaaber. It is said that the. populists massacres will send- - a sliu'dder to tha kafe'beeB offered the followisir effiees: i,arta nf nSrtRtpndnm. Tit. ohm tho 5h ooo "helples 'gfateeBataryeoHaty'gjJ;l26iJrals crael ' "v riat4ndfit and ceuaty imrvr!p. orohaM. ,! H P y, Will Fl;lit Twenty Hound. K3 , Dec 22. Hill Owens, of Madison county, and Hill Shee-lof this place, will meet Christmas Eve for a go. Uoth men are Lexixctox, 'tr Hi-itc-h Speckort Tucsd y night attempted to assassinate L C Eisenman, his inflicting a slight wound. He then barricaded himself iu his father's homo, defying arrest by tho police who surrounded it, Speckert is undoubtedly crazy. After wrecking Town Mrhit bhot. n the Title Co., by Frankfort, Ky., Dec 25. George aring speculations, he fled, returning Whitton, marshal of Stamping Ground, Monday, declaring his best friends his Scott county, was shot and fatally enemies. wounded Thursday morning by 'lorn Gov. Ilradlry'a Portrait. Bruner, a white man. Bruner Frankfort, Ky., Dec 23. A largo firing Christmas fireworks on 'was the portrait of Gov Bradley has been street and was accosted by the marplaced in the executive mansion. It is shal, who threatened to arrest him. he really excellent work of Beatrice Bruner was drunk and shot the marGeorge, a colorod woman, who is a shal through the right breast, penet achcr of art at Wilberforce, 0. It trating the lung and inflicting a fatal was formally presented to the gov- wound. ernor's office by a delegation of colored Iiby Left on a Lnncter Street. people, headed by Prof. Jackson and Lancaster, Ky., Dec 25. Thursday Dr. Underwood, of this citv. morning a boy bsby was found near Pearl U Still Willing. the porch of the residence of S. L. AshLouisville, Ky., Dec 24. Miss ley, on Stanford avenue. It was in a Tearl Crouch, who last August was large basket, handsomely aud comshot by her sweetheart, Oscar Swisher, fortably attired. The following noto has gone to Ripley, O , to await tho was attached: "Baby Carl, born Decoming of her lover to marry her. cember 5." There is no ciew as to its Meanwhile he remains in jail, but ex- parentage, but the indications point to pects to get out through her default in birth in high life. It will bj put in the prosecution. charge of the county authorities. g In Letcher County. Ni Kvideucn of Poison. Middlesboro, Ky., Dec 24. News Frankfort, Ky., Dec 25. Dr. C. K. from Letcher county states that a Wallace has received a letter from bloody battle was fought at a danco at Prof. A. M- - Peters, chemist at the State the home of David Williams. One hun- college, Lexington, stating that he had dred shots were fired and Charley Hogg, made a chemical analysis of the stoma prominent mountain teacher, was ach of J. K. Montague, who died sudmortally wounded. Hogg's friends denly at Midway. It was charged that swear vengeance. he was a victim of foul play. Prof. xlnctnn Eloji-r- i Slarrlsu. "S r3 Peters states that ho found no eviLexington, Ky., Dec 24. George D. dence of poison. Montague carried Lancaster, of this city, and Miss Annie Cw.COG life insuranev Dialioret Miner Flowed. Zazio, of Shepaerdsvilic, Ky., eloped Ky., Dec. 23. MmuLE8BonouGii, from Lexington Wednesday morning and were married in Louisville in tho J 6cph Gillespie, a eoiored miner at afternoon. They hare gone to Florida the Fork Ridge mines, has been pub-cly whipped by his fellow miners "or to spend the houeymoon. dishonesty in marking as hij own cars Toll Uoaso Darned. of coal mined by otners. He was given Springfield, Ky.r-De-c. 21. A. tolllohouse on the Perryville turnpike, a a severe flogging and has latt this cality. mile from here, was burned to the ground. The gate was raided some THE MARKETS. time ago, when tho other tollgates in the county were destroyed. Cikcinsati. O., Dec. ML Flour Winter patent. i"33ii: do t. Died of Heart Failure. t.ii'K-:0do funlly. JI4jit9): extra, Ligonier, Ky., Dec 24. Wm. Rob- !i75H:5. low grades. t2.0012.7.V jp.lcjf paterts, of Wawaka, n ent. (Liii,4 00. and a do faLcy, lo lumlly, citizen of this county, dropped ll$O.t0. rye. ft..01e0 per brL dead Wednesday of heart failure Ho Viiiai No. 2 red o.cotable at CZQS3H par iu on track. was 65 years old. Cony Is freely offered, brother-in-law, German-Americamood-Lettin1 fan-b: well-know- Louisville, Ky., A. J. u Dec 24. Charley 1Utcx, Ilerndon, who came here from Knox DR. BELL'S county, Kentucky, killed his wife near hero Wednesday. They had a quarrel, and Cuarh'y went to ar-Honey a neighbor's house, called his wife -Tout to talk to her an I shot her through tho head with tlie pistol. His We have the Largest and Nicest Line of ROCKERS wife was a Miss Taylor, and both parties belong to good families. Many ever brought to the City. men with shotguns and the sheriff and his deputies are looking for Ilerndon, Our Diners are so comfortable 'ou regret leaving the ta"ble. but he has not been heard of. Our small liockers keep the children quiet all day. by all druggists or sent upon receipt Is sold of price 25c, 50c. and Jl per bottle by Gov. llradley ou 21ib Violence. Suites make happy homes. Our Bed-roortdaraa, Ijr. Tt. E. E. SalbfrUad BIM Frankfort, K3'., Dec 24. Gov. Our Springs and Mattresses cause you to go home early. Bradley Wednesday night gave out a Our Folding Beds will not hurt you. 26 statement about the four cases of mob Our Folding Couches afford the greatest pleasure. violenco at Russellville and Mayficld. Iho governor says the lawless acts call Our Wire Cots don't fail to see. for the most condign punishment, and are great variety. Our Secretaries and Book-case- s ho urges the county officials to see s all new and handsome. Our that prompt punishment is metod out mm s will just finish your hall. Our to the offenders. Gov. Bradley says irSJ thera is no law covering such cases, THJE3 but iutimates that he will offer a reward if requested by the circuit judge. Our factory on Laurel Street in RichOur stock consists of too much to mention each item and all that is necessary, is for you mond is now running, aud we are to give us a call, and we can furnish you anything you may wish for. Chrlitmus yhopper K.Iled. prepared to fill orders for twist of the Warsaw Ky., Dec 24. Wednesday evening a horse, frightened by a ChristH a of Hi mas bundle falling out of Larkin Complete, Our Byle's buggy, and ran away. 1 o stop the animal Mr. Ryle turned him into IL B." the yard of Capt, J. IL McDaniels. Mr. Ryle was thrown out, his head struck the stone steps, and he died "Pair il half an hour later. His wife is seriously injured, but his little son was not hurt. Brand.", three grades. We can save you SUitu Guardsmen Flsht. money. Send us a trial order; you will rinrinrinnjuuiriiiiririrLnruiTsinnsinrin nnnsun.nnsiniuirunnrinriniuuinnjuirLrinn Lexington, Ky., Dec 24. Corporal be glad with our products. EspeLewis Johnson, of the state guard, met cially pleased to bear from country merFURNITURE AND MORTICIANS. Private Grinstead in a hotel lobby chants. Wednesday afternoon. Johnson acWhite Ross, siln'niMrIWfrfflsnlMrr&lBlrSMnfairSJa cused Grinstead of getting up a petition asking the captain's removal. 49 Richmond, Ky. Grinstead denied it. Johnson called him a liar. Grinstead drew a heavy pistol and struck the corporal over the head with it, Friends stopped the fiffht SklCT Oterturua Threo Drowned. Paducau, Ky., Dec 24. Allen Greer, aged 35 years; Mrs. Bud Owens, aged 30, and her daughter Mary, aged 12, were drowned Tuesday night in Clark's U K river, six miles from hei c They atf S (i r a i tempted to cross the river in a skiff, whi'-overturned. The bodies were not recovered. Greer made a heroic attempt to save the women, but lost ! his life ia the effort A I'hrlituias Joke. Vanckuuuq, Ky., Dec 23. CaptJack especially to rid ths young ? 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M.M 1 falrtOBOod lis'at. tiiiiiO; couuaoa heart failure. md rcugai, SiG ix;a IS: Children Held for Aanaul. Cattli Fair to coodhlprers'.SlS024 ;s; Benton, Ky., Dec 24. Foster choice, H S0a4.W. good to csoUo butchers', 117534. Scruggs, aged 14, and Abe Muze, aged ICi- - lft fair to medium bntebera', West Libektv, Ky., Dec Stork Dealer Drops Dead. 24. ; The ENCYCLOPEDIA PUBLISHING CO., 156 jsssi j Mony Collie, colored, aged Itce-Traet were held to answer for assaulting 13. lee-hel- n, "RaceCleveland, 0.t track Jack," or James Denman, known to every trotting horse man in the Jc" I'l. Dec 24. country, is very ill at his homo at the Glenville track of pneumonia. "Jnck" has conditioned tracks for breaking world's records; many times. Hs is conceded to bo tho greatest track boss in the country. Colonial. La. Grange, Irjd., Dec 21. A Broth erhood-o- f ; Common the Shoep: Extras. LM3 tCi. jtood to choice, tittltfaio. common to lair. SiCOjiTi. Lsmba: Extran. 18a-"arood to choice, MX)024.i0: common to Ule. VejlL tALvrs Folr to goodlijht,ax2it0; common and Urje. ti.CJCi.uo. 'ooi Unwashed, line ttertno. 9310s par lb.; quarter-bloo-d clothing. l."311c: medium. Jelalno and clolhlnr, uatfc: braid, mtdlum combine, liHKc-- Washed, fins medium clothJnj. 113 eWlne fleece. lt15c; lair tomblax. li and low. "lSailo. common I2. curter-hloo- d soarsa. UtttSe: cnolce. ITaiSir average, 18317c. fcmrp common, AM) Lambs Ji;5li.7i $i0 a PE S53 r a a I7a in - u 3L. Uitf i v.--j.QCTatCJ u 'r I :!.ra:aw.ro..c, g Sl sM B'ESSft & fl $a fi jj Tr & f tjr &4tr. .' $ fc f cir'-r" bis r aK4w zjk jr ..(JTA ?! I A A &&i&xi bV VrX- - & rglafXr MJLaTIlaaaWLfafcl I UJM ""raraSffig junTTM "" i"1 i W b & .SM&M 'J" &3'r, - ' ,"I KT 2s . - J t fM j- - ADVABf.R. J3t "j v - liao: vx WU ti. lfi tub-wast- RUST'S t'nlrrnTH on. 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