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CANVASSING THE VOTZ.
Fifty -One of the 110 Counties In tiio State
Considered b) the State llnnnl ut
Fiunkfout, Ky., Doe. 5. Fiftyono
counties wore canvassed by the Kentucky
stato board of election commissioners
Monday, out of a total of 110
in the state. Of theso 51 counties,
Ave were passed over to bo considered
when the canvassing board meets, Immediately
upon conclusion of tho
work of the canvassing board.
The counties passed over are
Flemiup;, Green, Harlan and Harrison.
Tho board met at 11:30 o'clock in
the oQlco of Secretary of State Finle.tr.
all three members, ex-Chief Justice
Pryor, of tho state supreme court, W.
T. Ellis and C. 11. I'oyntz being present.
No tlmo wasted In (jetting down
to business and the board immediately
set to work. There was a clash between
tho commissioners and Secretary
of State Finley, who, by virtue of
tils ofilce acted as custodian of the certificates
received from - tho county
"We are retidy for tho returns, Mr.
Finley,1' said Judge Pryor.
"Adair county," said tho fcccrctary,
handing out an envelope. .
"Why don't you give us tho returns
from tho entire state," inquired
."I am custodian of theso returns,"
replied Mr. Finley, "and as such I prefer
t'o keep them in my own hands. I
do not mean that the board would for
au instant tnisuso them, but as they
are in my charge, and I am responsible
for them, 1 can not give them up, except
as they aro required by tho
"They are tho property of the board,
Mr. Finley," replied Mr. Ellis, "and
tho board has all the right in the
world to havo them one by one or nil
at once, as It may elect. I am willing
that you should bo joint custodian of
the records while they arc in tho possession
of tho board, but I consider
even that a concession on the part of
"1 must dcclino to hand them over,"
was Mr. Finloy's reply. "And request
leave to consult with my legal advisors."
Mr. Ellis waived his hand in assent,
nnd after a short talk with Augustus
Wilson, of Louisville, tho attorney
acting for tho republicans, Mr. Finley
turned around remarking:
'I will wa.vo the point Mr. Ellis,
heroare the returns," andTTo handed
This was practically tho only argument
that occurred during the day,
and It was carried on without bitterness
or ditcourtosy on cither side.
Onco begun, tho canvass went on
rapidly. 13 counties being disposed of
when the board adjourned at 1 o'clock.
Odloert Not Sworn In.
QitEENur, Ky., Dec. 5. Hon. Jerry
Walker has filed notlco of contest
McDowell, In tho Carter-Elliott district.
"His contest grounds arc that
tho election qfllccrs in Enterprise, Buffalo,
Upper Tygart, Oliver Hill and
Pleasant Valley, wero not sworn in.
Klks Memorial Service!.
Lf.xinotov, Ky., 'Dec . Tho memorial
services of Lexington lodgo No.
89, 1i. P. O. Elks, wero held in the
Opera house Sunday afternoon. Addresses
wero mado by CoL Charles L.
Jewet, of New Albany, Ind., and W.
llogers Clay, of this city.
'Will Seelc New Surroundlnc.
Maybviixe, Ky., Dec. 8. James
Lashbrook, whose wife was murdered
by Dick Coleman, has rented his farm
and advertised his household furniture,
farming implements and stock
for sale. He says he can no longer
live. about the placo on account of his
wife's murder there about two months
ago by th'o negro now in tho Covington
Louisville, Ky., Doc. 5. Tho family
of John Montgomery was found, huddled
together in ono small room, with
one child dead of scarlet fever, three
others ill of tho 'same disease, and tho
mother and father sick. Tho family
had no fire, had been almost without
food for a week, and none of them had
medical attention. They wero takon
in chargo by the charity organization.
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 2. J. H. Gorman
and Miss Luna II. Hurst, of Mil-'
lersburg, eloped to Lexington Thursday
afternoon and were married. W.
It. Stewart and Miss Lottie Parker, of
fc'cott county, wero also married here.
Fire nt Kilmunton.
Glasgow, Ky., Dec, B, Tho general
merchandise stores of E. D. Hamilton
and E. R. lteauchamp, also Beau-chump's
residence, woro destroyed by
flro in Edmunton, Ky. Tho origin of
tho fro is unknown. Total loss about
B15.000, half covered by insurance.
Killed While ItlUlnir.
Mt. Vekno.v, Ky., Dec. 5. J. L.
Brooks, while on horsoback, attempted
.o closo a gato with his gun lying
tcro$s his saddle, when H was
jhnrged, klUing him.,
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JUNE W. GALE NOMINATED.
Sixty-Three Itnllots Taken Thursday nnd
.Four Friday ConRreninanW. C. tMrent
the Fusion Cand dn a.
FitANKFoirr, Ky.. Dec. 8. Tnc Seventh
congressional convention, which
was expected to ound the nut Selection
koy note for tho Goebul democracy,
as well as to nominate a candidate
to succeed Evan Settle, deceased,
convened at '2 o'clock. Owing to a tie-up
in tho committee on resolutions it
accomplished nothing Thursday after
At 10:30 o'clock 47 ballots had been
taken but no nomination had been
made. The vote stood: Allen 20: Gayl"
25; Julian SO; Moody 20, Necessary tc
a choice -IS.
The congressional convention adjourned
at 10:40 till Friday, having
taken 01 ballots without making s
FiiANKroitT, Ky.. Dec. 3. June W.
Gaylc, of Owen county, was nominated
for congs by the Seventh district
democratic convention Friday. The,
nomination was mado on tho 07th ballot.
John I!. Allen broko the deadlock
which existed up to that time, by withdrawing
and throwing his vote tc
Uayle. Ira Julian followed, doing the
same thing, and Gaylc's nomination
was mado unanimous.
Lexinoton, Ky., Dec 3. Ex-Congressman
W. C Owens, who defeated
Col. Breckinridge In lbOl and who
bolted Gocbal this year, was nominated
by fusion of bolting democrats and republicans
to succeed Congressman Sot-tie,
What a .Monkey IHnnoli DM.
Hoi'kinbvili.e, Ky Dec. 2. An
in tho Illinois Central Railroad
pumphouso at Cerulean Springs, Trigg
county, exploded, demolishing tho
building. Calvin Meacham, tho en-'
ginecr, was screwing a nut on a bolt
and was badly scalded. A monkey
wrench was blown from his bunds nnd
struck his S-year-old son on tho head,
fracturing the child's skull. He is dying.
The explosion was caused by the
pipes being clogged from muddy
water.- Tho engine was blown 303
Will Probably Itetlde In
San Fkancisco, Dec. 4. PrUato ad-vices
from Seoul state that the king ol
Corea has offered 3,000 yen to the
mother of Clarence Grcathousc, his
late legal adviser, so that she may
turn to her old home in Kentucky.'
She will probably reside with the family
of her brother-in-law, ex-Gov. Por
ter. Mr. Greathouso left a will, giving
all his property, valued at about 835,-000,
to his mother.
Defeated Candidate to Contest,
GnEENur. Ky., D.-o. 8. Roprcscnta.
Jacob McDowell, of the Carter-Elliott
legislative dlbtrlct, has been
served with an official notlco that hit
seat will bo contested by Jerc. Walker,
the defeated candidate. Walker, alleges
that tho election officers in fivt
precincts In Carter and one in Elliott
were not sworn -in. Some excitement
prevails over the matter.
Mother and llabcn Hurled.
Owenton, Ky., Dec. 2. Tho funeral
of Mrs. Lucillo Allphln, the wife of
the circuit clerk of Grant county, nnd
daughter' of Rev. J. A. Hensley, ol
Sweot Owen, occurred hero Thursday
afternoon. Tho remains of Mrs.
and her infant twins wero buried
in tho same collln.
A Democratlo ucceftll,
FnANKFoiiT, Ky., Dec. 8. A decision
was rendered by Judge Pay n tor, of
the court of appeals Friday, which
cost the Taylor faction about ISO votes.
A matter too small to effect tho final
result. Judge Paynter dissolved tho
temporary injunction secured by Taylor's
attorneys restraining tho election
board of Harrison county from certifying
the vote of that county as made
up by the local board, ono precinct
having been thrown out because of irregularities.
Tho dissolution of the
Injunction is a democratic success.
Met Their Death In Molten Metal.
MiDDLKsnoito, Ky., Dec. 5. The
bolting of furnaco No. 1 gave way
Monday, precipitating the entire
molten mass on the labo'rers. Muuroe
Sim'llcr and 'Washburn Banks wer
burnt to a crisp before tholr bodlci
could bo gotten out
Iteilgned to Accept Another roiltlon.
Lexington, Ky., Dec, 5. Albert
Griggs, division superintendent Cincinnati
Southern road, located at Somerset,
Ky., resigned to accept n, position
with Chicago and Alton at Chicago.
Jle Het on Hrown.
FrtANKFortT, Ky., Dec. 3. Gov. Bradley
refused Friday to pardon S. J,
Mathews, of Graves county, who made
nn election bet on John Young Browo
and was indicted for betting. The
governor gave no reasons for refusing
Madison County's Flnt ltei uullcan Judge.
Richmond, Ky., Dec 3. Hon. E. G
Million, tho flust republican county
judge Madison county has had since
t'.io war, took ofilce Frldav, sticsecding
Judge N- B, Turpln, democrat.
NEWS ITEMS.- ' '
Failures for the week have
in the United Mules ngnliist ESI lost
yenr, and 21 In Canada against 10 last
Frldiy's ata ement'of tho condition
of tho treasury 'Availablo.cash
balmier, 5.80,210,480; cold reserve,
The E gin National atch Co. Friday
burprlsed its 2 400 employes, by
giving notlco of a restoration of the
wr,ge bc.tle of 1892. The advance w.u
Gen. Leonard Wood will return to
Cuba next week. Ho says ho expects
tb remain In tho lino of tho army ns
long as ho- lives and -is permitted to
The funeral of ex-Senator Thomas
R. Tipton, of Nebrnska, look place
Thursday afternoon from hi late resi
denco In Washington. The interment
was in Rock Creek cemetery.
At New York, tho 12th and last juror
In the Mollneux case was obtained at
5 o'clock Wednesday. Ho is Frederick
B. Crane, a correspondent for the
American Book Co. Ho was tho 601th
Tho entire business portion of Onan-cock,
Accomnc county, Vn., wasiy
stroyed by firo Friday morning. The
loss is estimated at 3100.000, with JUV
000 insurance. The o.rlgln of the firs
is unknown. ' .
At Pittsburgh, Pa., Robert J. Kno.t.
nltas James II. Bennett, the allege
swindler arrested in Now York, waived
a hearing on the charge of forgery
Friday, and in default of 52,000 half
was committed, to jail.
At Hastings, Neb.. Carl
Bert Sehellcr 'in a wrestling
match Friday night,' winning three
straight falls. Brown will now challenge
''Farmer" Burns for a mixed
match. - i
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The ravapc hold his temper admirably.
"NaturA. lie replied, ith n "
peslure, "is ourlJiblc!" 1
"Tiie: ?f tqnrsp yoti have, no. htglifr criticism!"
ctclainicd the enlightened man,
iliudricriiig. , ... .
"Oil, but we have! protested the savage,
vehemently. "Why, nro omong us any
number of ndvanced thinkers who worider
for if.itnnce, if there Wt too much, galaratua
in the bread fruit! Yes, ilrl '
Hero wc sec tlult the mind is alike impatient
of fetters,, no matter wliQt man's corporeal
condition be. Detroit journal.
The latest Invention for tavim? life comes
from London, nnd is a If
people would pay ns much attention to the
preservation of life in other itaVs, thcra
would bo a great Improvement. Hostettcr's
Stomach Bitters is a life preserver, discovered
CO years ago. It cures dyspepsia,
nlul nil farms of stomach trmlbls. It
s au excellent tonic for the whole system
lud may bo had from'any druggist.
"Doctor, if microbes in food are hurtful,
what makes me get eortoutlf"
"Oh, my dear madam, there Is a flesh-producing
microbe, you know.' Indianapolis
nenfne Cnnnot llo Cnrcd
by local applications, as they cannot roach
the diseased portion of tho esr. There it
only one way to cure deafness, and that Is
by constitutional lcuiedtc.i. Deafness is
caused by an iullaincd condition of the mucous
lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When
tliis tube gct4 intlamcd ou have a rumbling
round or impctfect beating, nnd when it is
entirely closed denfnees is tho result, nnd
unless the inflammation cau be taken out
nnd this tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever;
nine cases of of ten mo rauscd by cntnrrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for nny
enso of Deafness (caused by catarrh that
cannot be cured bv Unit's Catarrh Cure.
Send for ciicularn, free.
F. .1, Chenov it Co., Toledo, O.
Sold bv Druggists, 7Dc.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Every baby is the sweetest baby in the
worhh You were once considered the
sweetest thing in the world, although you
may not look it now. London Tit-Bits.
If ou want a favor from your friend, go
to see him on a bright day. If you want to
do him a favor, go on a dark day. "Itam'
Horn Brown," in Indianapolis News.
The sudden death Thursday nlehi
oi .urs. uuiui u. uunanis, a we
known young woman of Jncksouvfl(&
VI n -....I .. ti,.. ...... ii.xy..
a. .u, ,.,w uilb t'llUU
her liusbati'l on the charge of piurdcr,
has catucd u tremendous sensation
Trustworthy advlcos from Caracas
jut receive say that tho revolutionary
inoicincnt In against
Gen. C.tstro, tho president pro tern.,
by Con. Hurrinntivz, Is daily
gaining grouitd. i '. i . (
'lite war department Is informeti
that the .transports Wnncn and
took from San FrauuUco Thur(.
day for .Manila, thu formur carrjJs
nig 1 ne i-ii vitinieer iniantry.nntl ttifl
latter carrying tho volunteer W
All the incoming vessels rcpor
rlble weather on tho Atlantic.
barkentlne Peggy, at St. JohnSw,
una net uccks swept, ncr rrggm:
stroycl and her bhhvnrks bat
while coming from Pqrnambuco.
schooner Zephyr met with a slmi Snf
Marcus A. Hitnna, chairman of th
national rcpublicati committee, -will
not. accept another term as national,
chairman, ujthongh ho will servo out
Ills present term. This muoh was admitted
by Henry C. Payne, national
tepubllcan committeeman of WUcom
slu, Friday afternoon.
Lieut. J. a Cohicll. United States na-Val
attachu In Loudon, advertised
day for bids for tho United Statei
vessels Sulplo and Rocket. It Is under
stood that the navy depir ment hope1
to find a buyer for the irclpio in England,
because sho is not cntit!e to au
American register. 1
Uen. Brooke, nt Havana, has informed
the war department of tho death at
Columbia barracks, Qucmados, of
Harry Ealter, of Company II, 7th cavalry,
who wns accidentally Rhot on
tho 20th inst., nnd Johnsoc De Lamb,
of Company D, 10th cavalry, who was
drowned at Mayari on the 2Sth inst.
By a cave-in of tho excavation for a
sewer at Thirty-fourth and Downing
avenue, Denver, Col., Friday evening,
several laborers woro burled. The
body of George Holiz w.as taken out
an -hour later. It Is not known how
many wero In tho trench, but no hope
is entertained for the lives of any of
The reported sale of tho Minneapolis
& St. "Louis to the. Illinois Central,
which has gained considerable credence,
has been denied at St. l'aul 1y
no less a person than tho attorney of
the road-for Iowa, B. M. Wright, Mr.
Wright submitted to interview on tho
lubjcct and unequivocally denied tho
A S200.000.000 trust Is In contemplation.
There is every prospect that tho
American Sugar Co., tho Glucoso Refining
Co., and all of tho so-called independent
sugar refineries will bo consolidated.
II. O. of tho
sugar combine, has, it is understood,
tccurcd an option on the Arbucklo
Sugar Co., tho Doschcr concern nnd
the outside plants in Boston and Now
Tho deer hunting season, just ended,
esultcd In a total.of It "hunters hilled
ind .seven wounded in tho Michigan
Superior sections of
and Minnesota. "Tho most of these
itiot wero mistaken for deer and a few
ihofc through their own carelessness.
William Waldorf Astor. London,
Wednesday filed plans for5 in eight
itory brick and stone building Jo bo
trectcd on the slto of tho Star theater
it Btoadway and Thirteenth street,
(few York. This Is tho las,t of ma y
heaters which flourished beiiw :
street 35 J ears ago,
A lot of the conversation worked off in
society ought to be dumped in the garbage
Kill. fJIIV i,
Docs her family tree have anything to do
with making a woman willouy? Boston
Cl.NCIJWATl, DCC 5.
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CAL,Vj:Sl.lr to rood Hjlit 0 75
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Dizzy? Then your liver Isn't
acting well. You suffer from biliousness,
constipation. Ayer's Pills act
directly on the liver. For CO years
the Standard. Family Pill. Small
doses cure. 25c. All druggists.
Want your mouitacho nr beard a beautltul
lironn or rich blark? Ihen luo
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE MSrs
HO fTW P' PutniTli fl R P Ml A. Co "ithi N. H,
After I na( Induced to try
I will nuTor bo without thcDi In tho bqnte.
Hj liter was In a vcrjr bid iliape. and oj licnd
aobed and 1 liad stomucli trouble Now..6lnco
Caicirots, I feci tliio. Air nlfo bat also uted
tbcra vrltb bcucBclal results for tour BtomicU."
J 0-1. KHEUMNa, l'JSl Cougross St , Bt Loud, Mo.
m M CATHARTIC
TOAD! MARK mtOISTfRfO'l'
rioitant. Palatable. 1'otcnt. Taite Good, po
Qood, Nofer Sicken, Weaken. or Gripe. 10c. 2ic.HJc.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Ilrll Hfiaxll (.piT. rhleift, iloitrrtl, trl. )ll
Uli Tfl rjdf Sold and bj all
glmaln UI It IS Tobacco Habit
nDDlDQV flMT "JScovEnti gives
(Jlvru I i4UlckrUetantcurrtworit
4iea book 01 f!inionin' inn irMiinuiji
Fi"e DrsU.U HtEM4 WM3.Boil). Atlnl..O.
Every reader of tliis paper should glv
special heed to (he offer which are
from week to week by the John M.
Smyth Uo,, the mammotn mail order housa
of Chicago. In this issut will bo found their
advertisement of a tho'oughly up-to-date,
sewing machine, at the
low prico of $14.25. Coming as this offer
nnd other oilers do from n hduse with a
commercial rating of over one million dollars,
and of the highest charactorrthey mark
an opportunity that the shrewd buyer will
not be slow to take advantage 6f. The John
M. Smyth Co., 150 to 1"0 Wort Madison
street, will send their rcummoth catalogue,
In which is listed at wholesale prices everything
to eat, wear and use, on receipt of
only 10 cents to partly pay postage or
and even this 10 cents is allowed on
liret purchase amounting to one dollar.
Tor the Grave.
A solicitor In. a Georgia court is responsible
for the following: He overheard a
conversation between his cook and a nurse,
who were dicussing a recent funeral of a
member of their race, at which there had
been a great profusion of flowers. The nurse
saldl ''When I die, don't plant no flqwers
on my grave, but pltnt . good old watermelon
vine; nnd when it gets ripe you come
dar, nnd don't you eat it. but jes' bus it
on de grave and let dat good old juice dribble
down through do ground." Youth's Companion.
"Wlicn llnby linn the Cronp
ns Hoxsie's Croup Cure. It does not contain
opium in any form and will not nauseate.
CO cents. A. 1. Hoxsie, Buffalo, N. Y.
Scldum Fcdd Dat feller, Hungry Hooks,
is a credit to de perfession.
Soiled Spooncr You bet! He, could teal
de soda right out of a biscuit widout break-In'
de crust. Judge.
The Ilcut Prcxprlptlon for Chill
mil Fovcr Is n bottlo of Giiovc'h TABTKi.nss
L'iiii i.Tonic. Itis simply ironandntiintneln
ttuslolcss form. pay. rrlcc,60c.
A Ilnd Cne.
Doctor You nre .troubled with insomnia.
.Patient Terribly. ' I can't even sleep
when it's time to get up. Puck.
To Curo n Cold In Una Ztny
Tako Lnxatlvo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets. All
druggists rofundmonoy If it falls to curo. 25c,
So long as we have the self-made man,
there will doubtless be a coll for the
ancestry, Detroit Journal.
Tiso's Curo for Consumption has saved
mo many it docior's bill -8. F. Hardy, Hopkins
Place, Ualtlmoro, Md , Dec. 2, 0J.
Some folks say this worl' ii not dey home.
Dat's why dey moves w'enver house rent
come due. Atlanta Constitution.
Dyeing is ns simple ns washing when you
use PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Sold
by all druggists.
Why do they call her a servant girl when
she is boss of the job? Chicago Chronicle.
mado. ThH Sowing Machlno has all tho latest improvements. It makes aperfect and uniform
LOCK ST1TCII, undwlll do tho host work on either tho lightest muslins or heaviest
cloths, sowing over soams and rough placoa without slipping studios. A full set of
best steel attachments, nlcoly nnd enclosed in a handsomo
metal, iapannod box, nnd n complete assortment of accessories and book of Instruction
rUKNIbllnU l-RUD with oach machlno. , , , . ..
nn nitvc TDIAI WeshlpthtsmaohinoC.O.D.subJccttoapnroval.onrecelptortwo
Oil Uni o I niHU. dollars. If, on examination you aro convinced that wo nro saving
fou$25orS!Oonngout'sprlco,paytliohalancoandfroightcharpoithentry A I A AP
ho machlno. If notBatlallodnt any tlmowIthlnOOdaysBend tho machlno Jjk B fL Jl
backtousatourexpensonnd wo will rofund the full purchaeo prico y B Tliiw
I Personally i
g Via the. Santa Fc Route.
5; 1 , Three tlniei n week from Chlcajo
fp and Kansas City.
Twice a te k'f rom Bt. Taul and
9 Onco a xvcelt from St. I.ouls and
9. in improted
fc rullmau tourist sleeping cars, 1
J Better than over before, fct lowest
. possible rates.
' lixpefieticeu excursion conductors.
S , Also dally setvlco between Chicago
'j, and California.
5; .Correspondence MWclted.
W T. A. GRADY,
y Mdnasrcr California Tourlit8errlo,
The. ' Atchison, Topcka & Santa Fe Railway,
.9 109 Adams Street. CHICAGO.
Is 2 K'X? -Tn?y EIUit llampOtn, N.Y. ttUadard m UktlhtH
isrtw tll onrieiH wwatj wtleO, ,rn
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