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, W'aATBEBKD TOQETUEB EOU FOTOBK
Spplnlbnt at te the Itetult of the Eeeent
Xldal Wave anil Cuetante Dlttiirbance
Ill -. ri 1QQ0 nti rtrtinr n rnitla rflnnhttl
fin' 1892 cattle experts were valued at
That is an illustration of hew the
American farmers market has been cx
'ik'Mnded through the, efforts of President
1 New Yerk Prat.
Seme of the Georgia agriculturists
Rare anxious te
tnke the Farmers' Alll-
!fance out . of politics.
Tliey will preba-
'.bly have te use a stretcher.
fife? ... ! la nnllnmtnt 41n nvliAn 4 fin nntif
xv is cawuiuiuu wuv nuuu vuu uun
electric railroad is built, peeple can go
9 ffntn f!hffnern in St. Lnnlfl In two
y ..... -. .-
hours.- Moreover, it is proeaoio-tnai; a
g"reat many of them will be glad te de
The Louisville Pest says: "With.
7S70,000 pensioners new en the rolls, and
,788,000 clamoring te get en, with many
districts yet te be heard from, well may
;' the Natien held, .Its breath and exclaim,
' whither are we traveling? With $200,-
000,000 paid out next year it will be
only a little -while until another $150,-
.OOO.OOO will be added te the Government
burden for this purpose. Thore never
was in any country such a charge put
, upon a people, and it is te be wondered
at that the voters of a country demand
a' cuange or administration t uniy
three months mere and this rioting
will forever end."
- The Washington correspondent of
The Louisville Times, Democratic,, says
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ine siaie ihwk lax pianic in me ueme-
crntie platform is likely te be the cause
of n geed deal mere trouble than was
anticipated by the convention which
adopted it. Talks with a nnmber of
JS. 'i Tl 41. T -... 41 1 4l.4 -
i4M great amerence 01 opinion exists en
i this question. Many Democrats ,from
i '!. T7r.ef an.l IV'net nrn ntianlilfnln nnnnaa.l
nv uaav auu iiuahuicaueuiuiuij vyyvwu
te doing anything whatever with refer-
enco;te state banks, while many Repre
sentatives from the Seutli, voicing the
demands of their constituents for a
'larger currency, insist, that the plank
-In tlin T)Amrwrntin nlntfurm flhnll ha
"given, practical effect. Representative
Livingston of Georgia said that he was
in favor of keeDincr this and every ether
y iuu 4fvu kvr iud iiwyiv. uu (nju.v.
kjche added, were new studying politics,
fcgand the party which did net keep Its
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iJicugea YVUU1U UU lOll UUIUUU Ub IIIO
The LBbcER extends Its sympathies
t; .te Senater Blackburn and Congressman
iPaynter. Thelr lives will be made
r miserable for the next six months.
Jfust listen te the "tale et woe";told;te
)The Courier-Journal by n prominent
.'Democratic Senater presumably our
i-wiwn Je Blackburn:
"V I have received hundreds of letters
ireni jny siaie irem men wne warn em
&clal places under the next administration.
.Many of the writers are persenally known
nc, and net a few Are warm personal
incnus wne uavp always oeen Kinu ana
ceed te, me, and te whem'I we my scat
t?tt ltt!l'GtAftBln T 'At. ns.4 hl.MA Ik..'....
tlemen who wrlte te me and ask my aid
te help them te a place. They have aa
fVmuch right te ask for an olllce as I had te
js.sk them te assist me le ray canvass for
the Senate. But what embarrasses me la
Just hew te answer the letters. In seme
instances dezens of friends apply te me
for indersement for the eamoetQco. Hew
.is It possible for me te discriminate at
thi tlrae botweon friends: At the proper
::tlmn T cttnnAbA T wilt li.ttn Ah aj . anrt
iifK? "itiworrlea me te think I have te. Then
' '.iny chief difficulty la right bere: A and
B. both Reed and competent friends, an-
ply te me for an Indersement. Say that
I wrlte te B and prOmlse te inderse him.
Liter ob a warm, persenal and Intlmate
frlesd of mlne who has always steed by
we, Hiade ray fight his fight, comes out
tVvi-tlii ArA cUHea for which T Vivn In.
t? MamaJ X fTUnttn t'VttYj. AM T ..mm'4
? JMwy well go back en my original Indorse.-
4?V',a4at. Anr1 nv nlil frlnnil la hurt keAfiuut
'imj explaaatlen de net explaia te satisfy
VMf vkyt of the case. New, gentleatea,
'.yei'ei til see the pclc of trouble ee k
? isHskt V ipBHrV IW MiWi Vptnln4Wf sIM
uwmat mam bk mm wmh m tries u m.
h m )mM te
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tSTlf 1011 hcivefriendt vUlllne iwu, or 1 teu
are oediff ntray nti a vMt, please drop tut a note
(e that effect.
Rest has been visiting at
Jehn Oldham of, Augusta was in
fcity yesterday. ' ' 1 ' t ,'
Miss Mnggle Eylar of Georgetown, 0., Is
visiting at the Academy.
W. B. Fumler of Stout. P. 0., O., was
a business visitor te the city yestcrdny.
Captain Sam II. Stone of Richmond
was among Tub Lkdebk's callers yester
Miss Lucy Fichter of Minerva has re
turned home after visiting Miss Anna
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Strode of Donerail
are visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. und Mrs. James Whaley are visit
ing the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Garrett B. Wall of the C. and O. has
returned te his pest at Ashland, after a
short visit te his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gray of Fleming
county are visiting-the family of their
son, Lee Gray, en West Second strcet.
Misses Grace and Etta Andrews of
Georgetown, O., wcre the guests of Miss
Bolle Smith of West Third street yester
day. Duke Scott of Mayslick, a former
Professer in the Deaf Mute College at
Danville, Is visiting friends in Central
nuN.viNO roll erricn.
There filn't ene bit a f unnln'
Though you get laid en the shelf
When a foller'a born ferrunuln'
An he Jes' can't step himself.
When he sees the oflleo smllln'
An' be Jumps clean out e' bed
An' then Jes' gees a bllla',
Dut It keeps ten miles ahead.
Dut there'a still ene consolation:.
Though the ofllce nover steps,
He can go llke tnundoratlen
An' keep runnln' till he drops.
v Atlanta Constitution.
A nrw Baptist Church will be built at
Mayfleld te cost $25,000.
Tub IIouse has passed a bill te prevent
stock from running at large in this state.
. Ed Rednett of Columbia, Me., and
Miss Mary. C. Webb married at Lexington.
Al Savaeb, a well-known contractor
of Ashland, was married te Miss Fannie
Vanmeter of Lexington yesterday.
James B. Miller, who was charged
bofero the Federal Court at Covington
with removing whisky from a distillery
without complying with the law, agreed
te compromise by paying $400. and the
charge against him was dismissed en that
In the Federal Court at Covington At
torney Charles Baker of Cincinnati flled
an answer and cross-petltlon in the case
of the Ashland National Bank against
ex-Mayer Means of Cincinnati. Baker
wants 83,000, claimed te be due en a note.
E. P. Williams, also of Cincinnati, wants
$2,740 from Mr. Means bofero the suit is
It soems te be getting pretty warm for
Dr. and Mrs. Stivers, who se inhumanly
trcated Mttle Annle Burre, whom tliey
were raising In, Louisville.' Her body
was covered with scars Inflicted by Mrs.
Stivers, and the child was frequently
compellod te go about her work entirely
nude, and het water was often thrown
AsntiAMD has au ordinance requiring
that all blinds and screens In saloons
must be removed between the hours of 11
p. rn. Saturday night and 4 a. m. Monday
morning se that a frce view of the Interior
pf the place. may be, had eh Sunday. The
law, howevor, has net been Btrlctly
ebeyed, honeo thore are new seme prose
cutions en hand.
At Portsmouth within the hut two
weeks forty-aevon bastardy acllbns have
beea registered in the Mayer's cud Mag
istrate's Courts. Twenty-nve of thsse
betrayed girls are empleyes pf a leading
shoe factory, Married wenuaa are also
pttylm kl. kejui? Ml H slwwa Vy tka
Inac of twem direree tciltMH m Im
QtMii af OgMMAM PleM wHUa tke nut
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MAYSVILLE, KY.y THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1892.
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QnANT 'Wallace was fatally crushed
by slate In a mlne at Kilgore.
Ninr out of eyery ten persons
meets favor the secret elUclal ballet.
Mendat, December 20th, will be a legal
holiday, Christmas this year coming en
Beiin, en Tuesday, te the wife of J. F.
Frederick of the Fifth Ward, a daughter,
weight eight pounds.
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A youne child by the name of Banian,
of the Fifth Ward died yosterda morn
ing and will be buried te-duy.
Ciiesteu E. Fhank and Miss Lizzie
Shakspcare stele a march en the old
folks and married at Portsmouth.
Tuain Ne. 2, Eastbound, en the C
and O,, was delayed here several minutes
yesterday en account of a het box. .
Mn. and Mits. Cline are very thankful
te their neighbors and friends for kind
ness te them in their lute bereavement.
The case of the First National Bank
of Covington against the Kcefer Milling
Company will be called in the Court of
Appeals te day.
" The Perils of New Yerk" comes well
recommended as a pleasing production.
At Washington Opera-house Saturday
evening, Deccmber 10th.
Anether large number of laborers
have geno from Coalton and Kilgore te
Kansas and Missouri te work for the
Pittsburgh and Texas Ceal Company.
Mrs. Annie McHueh. mother of Jehn
McIIugh, who was hung in Cincinnati in
1884 for the fiendish murder of his wife,
grieved herself te death ever the fate
Tub Mayslick omnibus new runs but
four times a week, Wednesdays and
Fridays being emitted. This Is the
usual custom with this line during the
The rajlread tax collector in. Carter
county has become a thing of the past.
Nothing has been said about the matter
since the small army rode into Graysen
seme weeks age.
The chap who recently burglarized
Ualdy's shoe store, Cincinnati, has been
captured. lie is Fred Saunders, colored,
aged 18. There are enough ether charges
against him te send him up the read.
Fremont Kinsey, a well-known Louis
ville and Pomorey pilot, died In Cov
ington. He bad ust nursed his wife
through a spell of sickness, when he was
stricken down with typhoid pneumonia.
City Clerk O'Uare has as yet re
ceived no reply from Atterney General
Hendrick te his communication asking
for his written opinion as te the proper
and legal way te vote at the January city
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Mary Turner was engaged te marry
William King, a futm hand near Fal
mouth. After ruining her he married
another girl, and new Mary's father will
go after William for causing his daugh
After a correspendcuco and an ex
change of photographs, Gcerge W.
Arneld of Woedbridgo, Va., and Miss
Cecelia Ncin of Cloveland, 0., met and
were married In the big Pension Building
Second street, between Market and
LImcstone, yesterday received a thorough
cleaning, many cartloads of mud and
rubbish having been hauled away and
the street new presents a mere respecta
Redney Brady of Portsmouth went
home te supper and found the lamp
lighted, supper spread and bis wlfe geno.
A note en the table explalned that she
bad gene for geed, and would never be
scen altve again.
Rebert Miller and Miss Clce Tcvls
cloped from Richmond te Cincinnati,
where they wero married. Miller net
only enjoys the distinction of conquerlng
the young lady's parents, but beasts of
capsizing a second lever, who had made
arrangoments the previous night te play
the Bame act.
Tub Southeast corner of Second and
Market streets, prominently known as
the Red Cerner and occupied by Jehn T.
Martin & Ce., clothiers, will probably be
remodelcd in the near future. This Is
one Of the most promlnent corners in the
city and d handsome business building en
the alto would be a vast improvement.
Mr. and Mrs. J. TH Hauahan an
nounce the marrlage of thelr daughter
Annle te Alfred N. Dale Tuesday ovo evo ove
nlng, Docember SOth, at 5 o'clock, at
their residence, 03 Lake avenue, Chi
cago. The young couple will be at home
after February 1st at Nashville, Tens.
Mr. Uarakaa Is uw Vke-Freeideat of
Us IIHefa Cetfl JUWed, awT a
JerrN Stock tiOFF, ene of Louisville's
eldest merchants, is dead.
James E. Pbfier the Lexington dis
tiller, has his life insured for $300,000.
Rev. Geerge Gowan of Eminence will
preach at the Christian Church Sunday
morning and night.
daughter of Frank
Cellins, died near
Minerva of diphtheria.
ReiieUt Fry, who served in the Mexi
can and the late war, died at the Brown
Ceurity Infirmary, aged 70. - '..
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Charles E. Taiiu of this city has been
unanimously ro-elected one of the To
bacco Inspectors at Cincinnati.
, William LtenETT sued Marshal Jehn
Thompson of Ripley for $10,000 for
false imprisonment and get 310.
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Uen. Walter S. IIarkins of Prestens-
burg will be Eastern Kentucky's candi
date for United States District Attorney.
Perry Jeffersen, ex-Sheriff of this
county, is ene of the Directors of the
Cincinnati Tobacco Warehouse Associa
tion. Mary Tubreasa Frazier of Paris has
$45,000 invested in Government bends.
She is ene of the wealthiest colored girls
in the United States.
C. P. Vance of Tayler, Texas, and
Miss Fannie G. Couch of Austin, were
married recently in the latter city. The
bride has relatives in this city.
Most of the Lexington churches an
nounce that services will be held accord
ing te standard tlme. This will keep the
hayseeds sitting en the stile twenty-six
"Brether," says a Georgia editor,
" don't step your paper just because you
don't agree with the editor. The last
cabbage you sent us didn't agree with us,
either, but we didn't drop you from our
subscription list en that account."
D. T. Mciu'Hv, who has held the posi
tion of Chief Stenographer in the United
States Senate at a contract of $25,000 a
year for nearly half a ccntuiy, was un-
able, en account of illness, te entcr
upon his duties Monday for the first time
Wn tE J. E. Gregery and two em em
peoyes were getting out railroad tics near
Bricnsburg, a falling tree fell en the
foimer, killing him instantly, breaking
both aims and legs, back, neck and duell
ing his skull, in fact, he was literally
crushed te death.
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The failure te take a bend from the
Sheriff of Magoffin county has caused the
County Court te order the office of Sher
iff vacated. The Sheriff refused te make
a settlement or deliver the tax-books, and
It will be hard te find a collector te accept
the trust who can execute bend.
Judoine from the number of new faces
te be seen en our streets seme of the guy
females who were recently routed from
Pittsburgh have located here. It may be
a great relief te the people of 1he Smoky
City te be tidden of this class of people,
but it Is surely a curse te the Ohie Valley
The municipal election held in Louis Leuis Louis
vllle Tuesday resulted In the defeat of all
but ene of the regular Democratic nomi
nees. All the Aldermen and Councilman
and Scheel Trustees elected are inde
pendent Democrats and Republicans. It
is the worst defeat the Leuisville De
mocracy has sustained for years. Lecal
Democratic corruption did it.
The Winchetlcr Democrat comes te us
in a new dress, and its proprietors wqll
may be pardoned for the praises they
sound of the paper. Frem a purely
journalistic standpoint, there is net a
better weekly In Central Kentucky;
typographically speaking, The Democrat
hasn't its equal In the state. The Ledger
congratulates Messrs. Biehn & Donevan,
and wishes them the success their enter
NswreRT wants te knew If street con
struction bends te tbe amount of $100,
000 cannot be issued evor and abeve the
1250,000 already floated. Tbe new Con
stitution prescribes that net. exceeding
10$ of the taxable property shall be is.
sued, but it the improvements had been
commenced bofero the pas&nge of the
Constitution, und the bends issued were
net sufficient te complete the work, ethers
representing 2$ of property may be Is
sued. .1 Sure Cure for Croup,
Farmers come fifteen miles te my store
te get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
Many et thorn, llke myself, are never
without it in thelr homes. It cured my
boy of a severe attack of croup and I be
lieve saved his life. K. Dalten, Lurty,
Russell eeuaty, Kans. This reedy Is a
certain ewra ter croup, afcd if uW m
se ae Mm Iret sssaptatM apptfsr, will
Ktvewt Mm afek, Fer ask fcy Fewer
ANNUAL JiAXQUJCT 01 BtATSVILZE
COXSTANDEnr, Ne. 10, K. T.
One of the Mbtt Hucrettful of Sertat Ent'r-
tammtnttMttitle, Fruiting mid Dane
tngHeine of the Vltlter.
.. The. annual banquets of Maysvllle
Cemraandery have long been reck
oned as the most Important so
cial event of thet season, nnd each re
curring ene is regarded as mere pleasura
ble than its predecessors.
In comparison, the gathering of last
night and the festivities attendant
thereon stand out in bold relief, and the
Committee en Arrangements, composed
of Sirs R. L. Browning, G. W. Rogers,
J. L. Browning, R. P. Jenkins and Jehn
C. Levei, may feel proud at the success
ful results of its labors.
In the afternoon the Order of the Red
Cress was conferred en two candidates,
Companions J. W. Farmer of White White White
heuse and J. W. Castle of Palntsville.
This was followed by the annual ban
quet and hop, and early twilight found
the magnificent Cox Building brilliantly
Illuminated "from pit te dome." By 8
o'clock the spacious Asylum and the ad
jacent rooms were well filled with Sir
Knights and ladles, Saxton's Orchestra
occupyingthe platform and Inspiriting the
scene with Rn excellent music.
Gentlemen were never mere gal'nnt,
nor did ledics ever leek lovelier. Frem
tbe grny-halred Patriarch of three score
and ten te the lads and lassies in their
teens, all seemed bent en the full accom
plishment of the end in view r.n evening
of social enjoyment. The attendance
was fully up te any recent former occa
sion, although it was a noticeable feature
that an unusual number of the guests
were non-residents. Among these from
n distance The Ledcifr scribe observed
William ttvan. l G. C LoulsvP'e.
Sam II. Stene, Q.-and Capiulti Quner.il, Rich-
James Y. Stnt n.
5'Jennle Sr-iten, VBroekvHIe.
8. w. jiraureru, )
W. B. Williams. C .lclnnatl,
I.. II. Yerk, Fei t Gay, W. Va.
Mr. und Mrs. Jehn J. I'ced, Millersburg.
Jeseph W. Uealey.JliinhHifin Ceramandeiy,
New Yerk City.
L. A. G irars. Irvimnrrt
Miss Marr E. Gt.mes, fCem ord erd
Miss Mae Marshall, "f ottcse CUff."
MIssLott'eFe -i-lne. Tdckalic3.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. 0. Stt xle, Donerail.
Mr. and Mm. W. G. W.ilu, I Aatl1.ni,
S.P.Hajrer. f Ashland.
Mr.and Mrs. J. M. Ilawley, Fortran's Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. D.S.Mai iln, )
Mtss Mattle Lea Ma neu, Covlngtie.
Miss Nunnle Weed,' WRsiitegOn.
Miss Goergla O. HH'.Ucjen, 1
Miss Bettle J. Coens, Augusta.
Miss llauer Kneedler, )
J. V. Farmer. Whiteuouse.
J. W. Castle, Palntsville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dunbar, )
Miss Carrle Dunbar, Manchester.
Mrs. J.W, Guthrie, . I
U. F.lllce, I
J. W. Wheoler. I
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wash, Pails.
Miss Nellie Schwnnz. I
Scott Flotehor. I
Miss Pearl F.etcher. yiteoterrlilo.
Miss Ucssie Dloksen, I
v. w. tteaten.
Miss Edith Hoaten,
Miss Anna Iteldle.
Miss Loulse Kcldle, Aberdeen.
Miss Jennie Ellis.
Miss Ella Heed. j
Bet ween social conversation, promenad
ing nnd dancing, the early hours passed,
and at 10 o'clock the Hues were formed
for the march te the banquet room.
Although the replies received by the
Commlttee en Invitation indicated that
but 123 would attend, preparation was
made for a much larger number, and"
thore was no disappointment when 235
sat down te the tables. There was
plenty te the extent of bounty, and the
guests were agreed that both menu and
service wcre all that could be desired.
When all were seated Hen. W. P.
Coens delivered a brief and generous
address of welcome, which seen found a
hearty echo in the discussion of the
As previously announced, there were
no "set toasts and responses, but a few
informal sentiments wero proposed by
Judge Coens, who, presided as Toast
Master. "'The Grand Cemmandcry of
Kentucky" was responded te by 8am II,
Stene of Richmond, Grand Captain Gene
ral; "The Grand Ledge of Kentucky"
by James W, Staten of Broekvllle,
Deputy Grand Master; " DoMelay Com Cem
inandery" by P. E. O. William Ryan of
Louisville; "The Grand Ledge of New
Yerk" by Jeseph W. Beatley; and "last
though net least," "The Ladlw," by W.
LaRue Themas, Deputy Grand Master of
the Grand Encampment of the United
It was nearly " low twelve" when the
banquet was dissolved. Shortly afterward
the " old folks" began leaving, but tbe
young poeplo entered upon the dauce with
rcnowed zeit, and. It was approaching
daylight whoa the festivities closed aad
the Twesty-seventh Annual Banquet of
Maysville CemsatHlery heenme a tklag
of the past,
Tbe supper was prepared by Mrs.
MWm CeaspeeU, sm( afaMjr eewpliesestta
Arcfertlfl being made te seews1
eetabliekmcnt of a Postefllco at MmhswII ''
Station. .-: . OT
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Mttfli 'RnuH flni'wttii A TihUm- ktf.'"
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Revivals are In progress in the Bap-,
tist, Seuth Methodist and CbriettM .
Churches at Dever.
Frem, the- 16th bfT-'ikcmber. 18W, f'
te October let, 18. 178'F-Wrti-it.
Postefllces were established In Kentucky A
Tub Templar Degree will be cenferredipTj
fit; U.UBtflllir riAmmBH.MVl1iiJ MnkHi 1 - Jfi
and all Sir Knights are courteously iii
44. laaaiva una irecu Kiamcu IU inn. f
Bailie Orauam of this city, widow et,
Jeseph P. Graham, at the rate of 81U per,
month from February 3d, MJ92.
There will be a called meeting of the
City Council te-morrow night te consider
the manner of voting. Attention is di
rected te the call of the President in 'an
other column. '
Mrs. Charles Wall, who lives near
Green Castle, gave birth two triplets:
two boys and a girl. The beyB eachV
weigh 7 pounds and the girl 8. The-
mother is a small woman, weighing bat '
100 pounds, and these are her first
Don't Judge a man by the clothes he
wears. Ged made ene and the tailor
made the ether. Don't judge a man by
his family, for Cain bclqnged te a gscd -family.
Don't judge a man by his fail
ure in life, for many a man falls be
cause he'is tee honest te succced.
AccoiiDise te the records of the United
States Mint 19.570 silver dollars were
coined In the year 1804. Of this number
but eight are new known, and they are
valued at from I5C0 te $2,000 each.
What became of the remaining 19,563
is ene of the greatest nuralsmatical mys
teries. The following, which was wrought en
a handsome-card, explains Itself:
Mr. William Green Lewls.
Miss Mary McCreery Heardsley,
Wednesday, November twenty-third,
CiiyuiL'cn nunarea ana rtnety-twe.
TnE Frankfeit correspondent of The
Leuitville Times says Kentucky will have
no "state exhibit at the World's Fair.
These who forced the bill into the courts,
have destroyed, net only the present'
chance the state hed te spend $100,000
advantageously, but have, through the '
ceutts, perhaps precluded the possibility
of another sum being voted for this needed
Commissioner McDowell has issued
his monthly report of crops in Kentucky.
The repeit states that the weather con
ditions were very favorable for growing
wheat, as large an acreage of which was '
sewn this fall as was sewn last year.
Cern is slightly short. Tobacco has ad-"
vanced in prices. Hay aud potatoes are
fair, but cattle and hogs arc net up te the
nverages of 1691. '
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Mrs. Certlla Humphreys LaRpe, .
whose illness was noticed in The Led '
eer, died Tuesday at her home near.
Shawhan, aged 68 years. She was the ,
widow of Jehn LaRue, 8r., who died
March 1st, 18S8. The family formerly s
lived In this county and city. Mrs
LaRue leaves seven children Frank
Jehn, Charley, Misses Lizrle, Tillle, Alice,'
and Mrs. Geerge U. Preston of Coving
ton, all of whom were present when she
died except Frank, who Is a traveling
man. Her sister, the wife of Rev. Jeseph
Evans of Covington, was also present.
The funeral will take place at Millers
burg to-mei row.
Justly Entitled te It.
Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure Is
justly entitled te tbe praise it is receiving!
Wherever introduced it has proven Itself
tbe most reliable remedy known for the
cure of coughs, colds hoarseness, whooping-cough,
bronchitis, soreness et the
lungs and every kind of a. cough from a
simple cold te Incipient consumption.
Fer sale at 25c. and 50c. per bottle at
Power & Reynolds's Drugstore.
KnljhtB of St. eem.
At the annual election of officers the'
Knights of St. Jehn chose the following
for the ensuing year:
President W. T. Cummins.
Vloe-Presldent Henty Brown.
Financial Secretary M. A. Swift.
Hocerdlng Secretary Wlllham Mown,
Treasurer M. P. Redmond,
rieard of Directors F. Dovlne.Ed ward Glenn
and F. Llngonfelsor. '
Military OWcera T. J. Meran, Captain;. G. 7m
t II row n. F rat Lieutenant: Will im Hntaa.'i --J
Second Lieutenant; C. T, llrerp. Orderly 5$
geant; Jeseph Drewn, Celer Sergeant.
round Guilty. M
The case of William Price came up feifi
trial in Mayer Pearce's Court yesterdays
afternoon. f ' 'a?
The warrant against Price for drr
and disorderly was dismissed and he wai
rearrested en a warrant chargi-a likw
with breach of the peace. '" ' -
a. inai ey jury was ucmaaaMi y MM ta .
uciense, ana me following wen lev
panoled: Dr. G. M. Wltk, Jet
Braracl, David Weed, W. X. Wat,
m. uoeumsn aw Jefca Mf m
wltaeese wen extatlied mi Mm
brought J a verdfet irtilHjr 'aesA
tM , 7I mm! sjeete. -'
W. T. Oom wm mmiil hk '
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