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DAILV. EXCEPT SUNDAY.
rosseu & McCarthy,
Regular Novembor To rm Reports
HUB-; IU1TION PRICES OF DAILY.
Ono intuitu i!3 I Threw months 75
fill mouths 81 fiO One year. ..$3 (w
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, lS&d
Ftvir iiiiJl wiiriii'u'r.
Tiik wurlv n port of Vint Assistant
Postmaster General Joties shows tfiaf
during tht i'ar, under hid supervision, a
savinjj of SI,!!!) .5,577 wus made. Economy
is a Democratic watchword.
G jvr.itxoii-Ki.KCT Bkadlky, it is an
nounced, says lie will remain neutral in
tho Scimtoiiul njht, butiti8 very evident
somebody U pulling tho wires in favor of
a unanimous election of Hunter.
Did you notice that long editorial in tho
Tublic Ledger Saturday advocating tho
election of Dr. Godfrey Hunter for U. S.
Senator ? Ten to ono Br'er Davis didn't
know at the time that Hunter is an Irish
What a scramble there is among tho
Republicans for Senator Blackburn's
Bhoes ! Look at tho list of aspirants so
far mentioned : Dr. Godfrey Cordial
Hunter, an Irishman from wayback,
Hon. Hummy Willson, Ex-Chief Justice
Holt, State Senator Bennett, Hon. John
Honry "Wilson, Hon. D. G. Colson, and
well the list is too long. The latest is
the Hon. W. J. Debeau. Boss Bradley
will likely issue his edict presently, and
the indications are it will bo for Hunter.
Hon. A. J. Carroll, the only Demo
crat elected to the Legislature from Lou
isville, is placed in a peculiar predica
ment by tho action of the man who was
put up against him by the Republicans,
a fellow by the name of Shrove. Shreve
withdrew from tho contest a few days be
fore tho the election without notifying
his party committee, and when the fact
was discovered, the ballots had been pro
pared, and it was too lato for the Repub
licans to put forward any one else. As a
result, Carroll had a walkover, and now
the Republicans are whining that ho
ought to resign. We can see no good
reason for his doing so, unless ho con
nived with Shrove and had a hand in
getting the latter out of the way and
keeping the matter secret.
If the Louisville Post is correct in its
figures, Senator Blackburn stands no
show whatever of succeeding himself.
Here's the way tho Post figures it out :
IN THE SENATE.
Sound money Democrats 14
Blackburn Democrats 8
IN THE HOUSE.
Sound money Democrats 20
Blackburn Democrats 21
IN JOINT CAUCUS.
Sound money Democrats, 14-20.40
Blackburn, 8-21 29
Senator Blackburn made tho statement
some weeks ago that if ho didn't succeed
himself the next Senator from Kentucky
would bo a Republican. It looks very
much like a Republican will wear Jo. C.
" In my own country I havo witnessed
the insatiable growth of that form of
State socialism styled protection, which,
I believe, has done more to foster class
legislation and create inequality of for
tune, corrupt public life, banish men of
independent mind and character from
public councils, blunt public conscience,
and place politics upon tho low level of a
mercenary scramble than any other sin
gle cause. Stop by step, and largely ow
ing to tho confusion of civil strife, it has
succeeded in obtaining control of the
sovereign power of taxatiou and creating
the revenue into an engine for selfish
and private profit. Its allied boneficiar
ies and combines aio called "trusts'" and
gradually tho commercial marino of tho
United States has disappeared, tho fow
vessels latoly built being an exception,
and proving tho rulo, as they were only
built by making a breach in tho general
tariff and navigation laws." Thomas F.
Mr. J. E. Parker and family will move
into their new home on Second atrcet,
Sixth ward, this week.
A Household Troasura.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajohario, N. Y.f
says that ho always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in tho houeo and his
family has always found tho very best
results follow its uso; that ho would not
bo without it, if piocuiabln. G. A. Dyfcti
man, druggist, Catskill, N. Y., hays that
Dr. King s Now Discovery is undoubt
edly tho best Cough remedy ; that ho lias
used it in his family for eight years, and
it has novcr failed to do all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a remedy
so long tried and tested? Trial bottles
freo at J. James Wood's drug store.
Regular bIzo 50c and 51,
Tho regular November term of tho Ma
Bon County Court was held Monday,
Judge' Hutchins" presiding.
Tho following settlements were ordered
Gcorgo W. Batcmau.extcutorot N. B. Batcman.
I. V. 8uit, trustee of H. SI. Pyles.
Qeorgo F. Chlnu, guardian of Edward B., David
D. aud Kannle D. Chlun.
Job n M. Hunt, executor of Eliza J. Wroten.
Jouas Myall, executor of Elizabeth Calamcsc.
Tho following settlements were filed
and continued for exceptions :
V. T. Browning, administrator of Frances
A. R Burgess, guardian of A. R. Burgess, J"r.
T. F. Gllinorc, guardian of Amanda Pca'il
Clark and Effle Clark.
L. D. Collins, guardian of George E. Collins.
George If. Martin, trustee of M. B. Easton.
F. E. Tolle, guardian of Etta B. and Dodlo
The following woro appointed Board
of Supervisors: T. F. Killgoro, A. K.
Marshall, Patrick Ryan, Sr., Milton S.
McLain, Walter Bullock, Joseph H. Dod
son and Newton Cooper.
J. E. Parker was appointed adminis
trator of Jano Parker, and qualified with
John T. and P. P. Parker as sureties.
Appraisers: T. J. Pickott, Thomas For
man and Thomas Slack.
A writing purporting to be the will of
Joseph Gerwin, deceased, was filed,
partly proved and continued for further
An inventory and appraisement of tho
personal estate of Maurice Malone, de
ceased, "was filed. The estate was ap
praised at about $700.
Tho last will of Thomas Williams was
produced, proved and admitted to rec
ord. On motion of the heirs of said Wil
liams, John W. Alexander was then ap
pointed administrator with the will an
nexed of said deceased, and executed
bond with T. O. Campbell as surety. A.
T. Rains, Thomas Sloop and Ezekiel
Myers were appointed appraisers. The
estate is to bo equally divided between
his two children, Mrs. Mary Ensor and
R. II. Williams, after tho latter has
been paid SG85. Deceased's real estato
consists of 300 acres of land.
Tho last will of Benjamin T. Stevenson
was presented, proved and admitted to
record. On motion of Bettie Stevenson,
she was appointed administratrix with
tho will annexed of said deceased, and
qualified with Lewis Jefferson as surety.
Appraisers: W. S. Tomlin, James Jeffer
son and Marcus Campbell. Deceased be
queathed to his wife, Bettie Stevenson,
all his personal property, tho homestead,
twenty-five acres adjoining it and also a
tract of land purchased from C. W. How
ard. To Robert Stevenson and Lillie
Walker ho bequeathed all his interest in
what is known as his mother's dower in
tho land of Aaron Stevenson, deceased,
and also all his interest in tho land of
Samuel Stevenson, deceased.
Georgo McBride resigned as overseer
of roads in district No. 2, Murphysvillo
precinct, nnd Horace Clift was appointed
in his place.
An inventory and appraisement of the
trust estate of H. O. Barkley & Co. was
filed. The merchandise was appraised at
$12,218.22, wholesale accounts at $1,100,
bills receivable $118.20 and retail ac
counts at $1,930.53, making the total $15,
3G0.95. Tho report of tho Walton and Frazee
Turnpike Company was filed.
The personal estato of the late Georgo
Hughes was appraised at $-187.
Brings comfort and improvement nnd
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tho many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
ndapting tho world's best products 16
tho needs of physical being, will attest
the valuo to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is duo to its presenting
in tho form most acceptable and pleas
ant to tho taste, tho refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of tho medical
profession, because it acta on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly freo from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whoso name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
nnd being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
And examine the cloak conceits we are showing at prices to joy
your purse and conciliate the most edondiriic.
WILL TATE BE PARDONED?
It's Again Rumored That Strong
Pressure Will Be Brought to
Bear on Gov. Brown,
Miss Lillio Roden is at homo after a
visit in Bellovuo.
Mrs. J. B. Aikman, of Riverside, was
visiting in Lewis County last week.
Mrs. Wm. D. Cochran has returned
from a visit to her parents at Danville.
Mr. W. A. Colo, tho ciuarist. is
sponding tho day in Cincinnati on busi
ness. Mies Louie Bruer, of Paris, returned
home Monday after spending somo time
hero with friends.
Mr. Georgo Cako, of tho Decatur,
111.. Herald, is vieiting his parents, Rev.
aud Mrs. E. B. Cako.
Miss Nowmyer, who has been tho
charming guest of tho Misses Pickett for
two weeks, left Monday for Cincinnati.
Miss Mollio Daly has returned from
a two weeks' visit among her friends and
relatives at Murphysvillo and Mayslick.
Dr. J. H. Samuel was called to Mil
lorsburg this afternoon to see Mrs. W. D.
Powor,whose illness has beon mentioned.
Mrs. Bluncho Martin, who has beon
instructing a class in physical culture and
oratory at tho High School, loft for Bos
Mr. John W. Erion and wife, of Paris,
wero here yesterday and were accompan
ied to her homo in Gonnautown. by Miss
Lnxingfon Loader: "Colonnl W. W.
Baldwin, of Miiyavillu, lb in Ihu cil) . Ih
Colonel is a Btronjj souud-monoy man and
says silver did it.
Mrs. Lou Ross, of Chicago, left for
homo this morning after sponding a
couple of weeks hero with her sisters,
Mrs. Josiah Wilson and Mrs. O. G. Cndy.
Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 9. Will Dick
Tato bo pardoned? This is a question
that is occupying tho attention of many
minds throughout tho State of Kentucky,
and what promises to be tho sensation
of the hour, is more than liable to bo
sprung within tho next few days.
A rumor has gained circulation here
within tho last day or two, that since the
defeat of Mr. Hardin, and election of W.
O. Bradley, Governor John Young Brown
would pardon Kentucky's defaulting
Treasurer, and let him como homo to
tell the truth about the causo of tho
enormous deficit during his term of office.
It is an indisputable fact in political
history that the Tate defalcation played
an important part in the recent cam
paign, and for years has constituted tho
primal plea of tho Republican party for
admission into the State Capitol.
"A peep at tho books" has been the
constant cry of Republican orators and
newspaper organs, and while this did
not of itself elect Bradloy, it won many
votes for him, as many staunch Demo
crats had begun to believe that Tato was
not tho only ono who had failed to prop
erly manage the State's financial affairs.
Tho matter of Tate's pardon has been
kept a profound secret, and only came to
your correspondent's ears in an indirect
way. In a talk with a prominent Demo
crat from Lexington he learned that
another Democrat of the samo city, who
is known all over Kentucky, had sent a
message to Governor Brown, tho sub
stance of which was this : "If you want
to put a big feather in your cap and
make tho greatest hit of the nineteenth
century, as well as to do justice to tho
Democratic party, you ought to pardon
Dick Tate, let him return and put the
blame of his shortago where it belongs;
on himself, if he alone is responsible, on
others, if they are equally guilty."
When once it becomes generally known
that such an idea as Tate's pardon is
being considered, talk around the Capitol
and throughout tho State of Kentucky is
liable to reach a fover heat. Tho devel
opments of tho next week will bo awaited
with intense interest.
La-dies' Seal PluSh Kipple
Capes, satin lined, edged with
black Marten, $10.
Ladies' Astrakhan Cape, with
rolling collar, twenty-four and
thirty inches long, $15 to $35.
Ladies' Monkey Fur Capes,
120 in sweep, high class work
manship, very handsome, $30.
Ladies' Wool Seal Capes, full
sweep, umbrella backs, richly
lined, $20 to $35.
Handsome, Short, VelourEm
broidered and Beaded Capes,
very stylish, $10 to $12.60.
Lrtdies' Persian Gurl Glbth
and French Beaver Reefer
Coafs", iii Black- and navy, $5,
Ladies' Short Reefer Coats,
in Capillar ChevI6tsY Diago
nal BoW arid Piditi 0h6Vibts,
with clotU and velvet collars,
half satin lined, $10.
Ladies' Imported Coats, in a
variety of latest winter styles,
of Chinchilla, Persian Lamb
Cloth, best quality Boucle and
plain cloths, lined and half
lined in satin, all handsome gar
D. HUNT '& .SON.
Handsome French China!
Known the world over as tho richest
aud choicest of ceramic productions.
Thin, light, white absolutely free
from crazing, it complements tho
things on tho tabic, pays its silent
tribute to thogood taste of tho hostess.
Wo have Just received a largo Invoice
of tho newest and prettiest designs,
direct from the Limoges factory. Wo
should bo pleased to hare you call
and examine this elegant ware. Walk
in and look around.
C. D. RUSSELL & CO.,
You Can't Afford to Miss!
No boats either way Monday.
Tho marks hero show 1 -MO feet and
At Oil City tho rise elnco Saturday is
about four feet.
Tho Ohio is rising slowly at most all
points above here.
The Kanawha is rising wih 4 8-10 feet
at Charleston ; at Hinton tho gauge shows
1 2-10 feet and rising.
Best 25c. quality Ladies' Vests 17 cents
Best 50e. quality Ladies' Vests 43 cents
Red Table Linen , per yard 10 cents
Red Table Linen, 60c. quality for 33 cents
All Wool Serges and Novelties, 50 and COc. quality 30 cents
To introduce, the famous P. C. Corset, worth $1 50 cents
Best 10c. quality Ladies' and. Children's hose on earth.
You make a mistake if you look elsewhere for Flannel and Blank
ets. Special cash drives in every lino. Yours, for bargains,
NOTICE! Blue Ribbon Store!
Is hereby glved tho creditors of R. B. CORD that
tho undersigned will be atWedonla, Ky., from
November 13, 1805, until Jnimnry 1, 1800,
for purpose of receiving claims agalim R. B.
Cord, by which tlino all claims must bo presented,
properly proven according to law. All persons
Indebted to said K. B. Cord aro requested to call
and settle, aud thus save themselves troublo and
expense. C. FLANAGAN,
Assignee of R. B. Cord.
Arc notified that pursuant to order of court I am
compelled to dispose of tho entire stock of goods
now In store of It. B. Cord, at Wedonla, Ky
withlu next tweuty-flvo days for whatever the
will bring. If you want a bargain call and get It.
and everything usually found iu a couutrv store.
Coroo at oucc. ll-dCw4t
vigor. Don't despair.
explanation and proofs.
Four out of XI vo who
im.-ut.il worry, altucku
of "tlio blues," nro hut
paying tho ponalty of
early excesses. Vic
tims, roolalm your
manhood, regain your
Bend for book with.
Hailed (sealed) freo.
Specifics 00, 77, 88 at Armstrong's. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
Tho great and only
JAMES A. REILLY.
Tho greatest living Gorman Comediau
of tho present day.
FOE THREE DAYS ONLY!
Monday Night "Tho Gormau Soldlei"
Tuesday Night "Tho Broom Maker"
Weduesday Night "Our Mnrrlcd Men"
Ami don't forget wo havo a continuous show.
No waits, no omtmos. Our prices uro but
1C, SO sum.d. GOc.
A. 0'. U. W.
Regular mooting to-night at hall on
Sutton street ut 7:30. A full attendance
is desired. R, H. Wallace, M. W.
We do not wish to annoy the readers of
tho BuLixnr by a long advertisement,
but simply wish to call to mind that this
fall you can buy first quality goods from
us cheaper than you ever bought before,
and to imnress unon votir mind that the
coming season will ilud us prepared
show tho most elegant Hue of
this city has ever seen, and our prices, as
usual, will bo found to suit everybody.
Try our Blended Collee, tho best in tho
city for SO cents. You aro invited to call.
CHI k REDMOND,
Third and Limestone.
The firm of Tomlin Bros., of Murphysvillo, ICy.,
have dissolved partnership. Those finding thorn
selves Indebted to tho ilrm will please call and
settle with W. S. Tomllu. V. S. Tomlin will set
tle all debts of tlm firm. TOMLIN BROS.,
a Murphysvillo, Ky.
WA,vTIIV-To lend " Improved real estato
51,000 for seven years at guaranteed uot
c0SwArtr fls ,and otuer 8Ums ,n proportion.
A. JS. COLE A SON.
ANTED -A situation as book-keeper. Itcf-
orences, Bryant & Stratum, of tho Louls-
VllloCommerolal College. EARNEST DAULTQN,.
F?0R SALE A steel tolescopo fishing rod and
, , Hendrlx quadruple reel and lino caso of all
kinds of tackle. Cost 821) for $9. Apply at this
FOR SALE Good oak fence pickets, any length
desiredjT. J. BLACK, German ito wu, Ky.
FOR SAlKGdaraiUfPd 8 per centraud10 per
cent, bonds. Coupons payable seml-auuu-ally.
A. E. COLE & SON.
T OST A largo pearl button betweeu M. C.
JLj Russell's and V. B. Matthews'. Roturn to
CLARENCE MATTHEWS aud receive a reward.
A pair of stcel-framo evo classes. Sun-
botweon Wall rtrent and Alexander1!!
Return to this ofllco. 11-Std.
I j day, botweon Wall