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Dick Coleman, the Murderer of
- Mrs. Lashbrook, Meets a
.Ho is Taken Prom the Custody of tha
Sheriff and His Deputies by
an Infuriated Mob.
.A llnp U thrown Ortr IIU 'HB4 and
WhlU I'lvaillnr (r Aiarer llrutliwooU
uniniuili'yr It l'tlU About lllin ami
Llfhl.lbr Man Willing- Hands.
Maysville, K'y., Doc. 7. Negro
Dick Coleman arrived ut 10:30
morning uhder ft iipeclal
.gourd of deputies Hworn in by the
jdicrllf, including Detective
Countable Dnwson, Chief of Pollen
Donovan, nil of tho police force
mil two deputy sheriffs.' When they
arrived ui the court house the) Wero
met by a mob of fully 1,000 people,
Jicndcd byi.luincs I.nnhhrotk, the
of tho murdered woman, ami
-went Inimedlntely up Second streft
through tlio central portion of the
dty.to the IdlUfoHoucd by fully fs
tiiuiiMiiuf of tbo'"cltlr.ciia of this-city
mid county. 'lrhfM is the first tlmo
anything of thin hind ever happened
in HiIh city, and tho excitement in In
-tense. All twin done that wuk posslblo
by the licrliTiind his guard to pre-Mint
ii,.l.vncliing. but In tliu face, of
uch 6 .mob of, people, irrespective, of
color, It us useless to attempt to do
anything Mie deliver him up, which
was dyne. They grabbed him mid
threw u ropiv oxer lilt head, aiid t'obk
him up above the city and strung him
up. 'l'he poor wretch could he heard
u)ovc the cries of the mob, pleading
for hli life, but the mob only heard
the eric of .Mr. nkhbrtok, and tho
vengeance they meted out to him was
JtiMt the tiling.
About 230 were at the C. ,fc 0. train
TtiCNilay nighty exjKrctliig .him, but, at
he failed to come they waited for'hlm
Wi'duirthiy morning. There Jh jio telling
what would have been done hnd
they succeeded In getting him in jail,
A I here would have undoubtedly
Imcii scveinl l( III I'd in the nttempt to
Menu the Jail door.
Tli molv!Jrb"(,jolerqan toa ijmnll
hollow near the railroad Irnclfs,
when thry hound him tightly to ij
joung mpllng. Then tlioy heaped n
hugo pile of brurfh timber
around him nnd Urcd Unt'sjaok, while
lib) eyes rolled horribly. Some one cutT
out bin eyes, and in a moment Jila
head rolled around mid ho wn believed
to bo dead. .'?"
I oloman cab! 13 minutes before ho
wait et afire that he hnd nothing in
iuiy. His deutli was slow, and,
In terrible, nifany, he was hooted
find glared nt by the rodo standing
mi t!ie edge of the pit Many women
were present. Ho died at 10:30 a. in.
'1 he scene wan an awfol one. nnd
around the funeral pyrti wero 10.000
maddened people, headed by the
of the dead woman. A dozen
torches were applied simultaneously,
and hiifje toiiiieH of flr nwept up
nnd around the nonlred wretch.
Cilcnin ii'ii Olnir.
Coliuiinn'H, crimo wan n iiiiihI revolt
ins on". He enticed Mrn. Mnry
Into a nlicd on the pretense of
looking nt itonio work, ad knocked
her MMinclcht with a club. He thmi
iiKnulted her. She howel Mpnii of
coiikcIouriichu, and he ran to
bin room, (jot n razor nnd cut her
throat, Aaln ulie revheil, nnd ho
endrd her mlHory with n blow from
on ax. He jumped on a borne, nnd
riding to a field calmly told Ida victim's
hubaud that come one had
He wnH arrcntcd later, and leforo
I.mdihrnnk xuxpected that lie wan tho
murderer, he wan put on a train and
taken to the Covington jail. No nindo
it complete confession of the fleudinh
crime to a 1'ont reporter on IiIh
Ho in only 20 yearn old, and has
n pleasant face. Mm. Iaidihrnok wan
lieautlfu), nnd u nnclety favorite ia
DEATU OF SENATOR HAYWARD
!! Wt I Ivnlaxl to tha l)M Aflar
Illtlrr outfit, hut I'wtfml ,rar
trfr Titklnc UN "t
NmiiurkaCitv. XeU, Dec A. United
State Senator Hayward died at "!20
1 ucMlay inornlnir.
He wan 6U yenrn old and lived In Nc-"bra--ka
City for IVi years. Althouph a
lawyer by profession, ho made Ms
-wealth largely through inve&tmentk In
land. in Nebraska and ICannas. IIU
-election to tho United States
senate wis ' bis llrt appearance
iu .national politic. He was
defeated for governor by I'oyutcr two
years ago, reducing tho fusion majority
from 1H.00O to 3,000. When the last
legislature was found to bo republican,
lr. Hay ward announced bis candidacy
for tho United State senate, and tho
ilght which followed was one of tho
bitterest In the history of the state
The long drawn out caucus dead lock
finally resulted In his election.
llmvjr Minw'itorm In llulTiilii.
Hikkai.o, X. Y.. Dec. 0. A heavy
snowstorm provalled hero all Tuesday,
accompanied by high winds. Street
car tralllo has been delayed. Tho
torm has not ytt Interfered with i'at
All Actrall Kul for nlrotc.
liunuNOTON, Vt., Doc. 0. Juila Mar-law
Tabor, tho well knuwn actress,
applied Tuesday for a divorce from
licr husband, Robert Tabor, on th
froujf intolerable severity and
WILL BE RENEWED.
The Uppualtlon I Gen. Wfcaelrr'a
Tuklnir IIU St In the Hob
Washington, Deo 12. Tim opposition
to (leu. Wlieeler'H taking bis sent
is n member of tho Iiouhd of
from Alabama Is to be renewed.
Ilulley, of Tcxns, whose
last year brought out it repdrt
from the Iiouko judiciary commltttee
that n military and it congressional
ofllec could not be held nt the same
time. lien. Wheeler Is now In tho
I'hlllpplucHfbutlthaH been understood
that ho woujd return to take his
The has over
$i!,000 to the credit of the Alabama
member, covering Hillary from March
A last to date, but Gen. Wheeler has
not ashed for the amount, and has
expressed no unwillingness to sign
tho certificate usually required of
members in the settlement of their
accounts. Considerable sums nrc also
liuld for MessrB. Campbell (111.),
(K'y.), itobblns (l'a.) nnd (Jen.
Wheeler, who nerved In the Inst congress,
nnd also In the nrmy, nnd an
tho accounts of the old congress nre
being closed these latter minis were
last week luiiivtl back Into tha treasury.
The Kximrtn iif Uinnesllc Ijfoitiielo
fur tin .Mo li Hi of .tot enilicr,
t ' m
' ! s ' " ,
Washington, Dec. ;12-Tho state-,
ment of the exports of domestic
products for Xowmbcr of this year,
prepared by the bureau of (Statistics,
shows that tliu oxports of brcadstiKTs
during Hint month nmouiited to
a doorcase of $J. 171,550, as
compared with the corresponding
month of 1M3; of rattle and hogs,"
cotton, $l!fl,3h0.fll( decrease $13,020?-
020; mineral oils, $0,102,518, Increase,
$i,3yc,2n8. ' A; . ."
'lihe"followngflgiires are for thn 11
months ended November 30, lS'J'J, as
compared with the corresponding period
of last yenr: llreadstulTh,
ngitlustc$7,13.0jl; cattle and
hogs, $J(i.3M.:00, ngalnst 530,057,815;
prowsions, 15'.',G1.02, jigalnsl
totlon $1C3,121.(H)0. ngalnst
JlMOwas; mineral oils,
The grand, total of thtse exports
was fr,u,(rjn,.uo, against; J0,j0,5i(,235
for thn mine period in 1S0S.
APPLIES FOR A PARDON.
Cliiim A. Illlt fur the
TtUiirilrr of Untlinrlnr tJInit In
h I Ml I nt .MliiiirnpnlU.
Minneapolis, Minn., Dec- 12, Clans
A. Kllxt, who pleaded guilty to the
murder of Catherine (ilng, in JS9I,
and was sentenced for life, Monday
filed application for a full pardon.
I'lrst, that he Is not guilty of murder
or of uny crime.
Second, thntthe real perpetrator
of the crime was Harry Hayward,
and that the deed had been committed
before he had any kuoivledge of
Third, that he wns drugged when
going with said Harry Hayward that
night and would not under any circumstances
hnte been coerced if it
bad not been for the medicine given
him by Hjiywnnl.
I.nahlirouk to l.nnr Mnrm lllr.
Maysville, Ky., Dec. 12. Mr. James
lishbrnok Saturday nftemnnn sold
all his personal effects on his farm
near this city, he having concluded to
give up farming on account of not
being able to live where, his wife met
such a horrible fate. He will go to
Cincinnati where he will embark in
some kind of business, iih he says it
may hne the effect of causing him
to forget, iu a measure, the horrible
deeds of the past three months. Mr.
Ijishbrook Is now n physical wreck.
I.I a C h of llorr 1'rlmiiirra.
Washington, Dec. 12, Upon the application
of the South African republics,
through the medium of the Netherlands
government, the Hrltisli government
has consented to supply the
Doers lists of the llocr prisoners held
by the British, and with other proper
information iih to their condition.
The British government has Intimated
that it expects the Doer government
will reciprocate when failed upon
I'lrr In Mniif Koiuory, Aln.
Montgomery, Ala., Dec. 12. Kirc
broke out Monday morning in tho
fruit store of Cnssimus Dros., in the
heart of the city. Dlght members of
the lire department were injured by
a gnsolln explosion. Chief Hrowdle
nnd Copt, tirlflln were fatally hurt
nnd I'lpeinnn Hinder wns tseriously injured,
The Ions of property wan
small nnd covered by insurance.
(Inr Troops Occupy Sun MIkiicI.
Manila, Dee. 12, (Jen. Lawton, with
the 33th Infantry nnd four troops of
the tth cavalry, has occupied Sail Miguel
without a tight.
.NiuiiIn1i War Prle Sloncy
Wnshlngton, Dec. 12. The United
States supreme court Monday decided
Iu the naval prize money case
growing out of tho capture of tho
Spanish Htcainer lluenit Ventura
Spanish war, that the condemnation
of the vessel was contrary to the
terms of tho president's proclamation
and ordered the proceeds of the sale
of the vessel to be turned over to
tho owners. In tho enses of tho vessels
Pedro and Outdo, also owned by
Spaniards, the condemnation wiu
i tfeiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i
p u a
Advanced Guard Arrived at
SoblK Hay, Lust Saturday,
a. Grant Will Move North
the Coast, nnd Will Kffrct I
Juncture With the Uftth
Infantry Nrar Iba.
Manila, Dec. 12, The advance
gnr.rd of (Jen. Grant's command under
M11J. Spcnce arrived nt Olaugnpo,
Sublg bay, during tho night of Saturday,
December 9, which place was
occupied with little resistance, tho
enemy fleeing. Mnj. Spenco hnd an arduous
march over tho mountain trails
from Dinaltipllilnn. Sunday morning
Baltimore and Oregon nnd a chartered
transport arrived at Ulapgnpo
from Manila. The navy was disappointed
to find tlsftnrmy In possession
of the place, which they had
hoped to capture. A detachment of
marines, under dipt. Myers, occupied
the navy yard at rtlnngnpo, and will
hold and occupy It ns n naval r.tntinu.
The yard consists of seven new largo
buildings nnd some repairing and machinery
shops, nil damaged by J he
bombardment of September 23.
During the morning of December 10
the tuny transported Mnj. Spence'a
command from Olaugnpo to the town
"of Sublg, five miles distant. The cue-my
wns uewi deserting Sublg as the
troops landed ami the latter occupied
It without resistance. They
found the place abandoned by tho
retreating enemy, who tired n few
shots. The Americans deployed to
the right mid left the town nnd killed
one of tin enemy. Gen. Grant and
the remainder of ids command arrived
ut Olnnirnpo Sunday afternoon. Ho
proceeded Monday to Sublg and join
ed Mnj. Spcnce. Gen. Grant will move
north along the coast and will ef
feet 11 juncture with the 25th infantry
under Col. Andrew S. Hurt, who was
reported eight miles from Iba Decern
bur 7. The enemy encountered In
Oeiu Grant's advance lied to the
mountains and scattered. Gen. Grant
Is not garrisoning the towns he occupies.
No casualties reported iu his
Dispatches dnted Concepclon, December
2, from n press correspondent
with the detachment pursuing
Aguinaldo, huve just reached Mauilu
by a messenger. The military wires
tin nil lines to the northward nre
cut by the natives, or arc
rr,(w tied with government buinc!j
when working. According to these
nth ices, Gen. Young was nt Condon
November U'.t, liming three troops of
the 3d cavalry, Cunningham's scouta
nnd Mnj. March's battalion of t tie 33d
Infantry. TJie nominal Htrcngth ot
his cominniid had been reduced one-third
by sickness. The horses wero
worn out mid handicapped by lack
of shoes. The Infantry, after a march
of 100 miles from San Jacinto, wero
shoeless, nnd nil wore livit.g 011 the
country. The troops had no ammunition
except whntjhhey carried in
their belts. Gen. Anting having then
been without communication with
Gen. Lawton for 10 days, anil not
knowing the disposition of the other
troops, or whether support wns being
sent forward, resolved to keep
Having receited information that
Hie Insurgent Gen. Tino, with a thousand
men, was somewhere to tha
north, and that. Agulnnldo, with Gen.
Pilar, five women and 400 soldiers of
his faithful Btilncan battalion, wan
In the mountains to the cast, Gen.
Young decided, on November 30, to
divide his force. He proceeded himself
toward Vignn, hoping to nttnek
Gen. Tino with his handful of men,
anil to prevent him joining Aguinaldo.
Maj. March, with his battalion,
nnd Cunningham's scouts, started
over the mountains towartls Cervantes,
after Aguinaldo, who was reported
to have "been there on November
29. This column marched for 13
hours without food.
The Americans found that the insurgents
had impressed the Igorrotes,
compelling them to dig trenches and
tt construct pitfalls along the trails,
which were fearful traveling at the
beht. One 8trenm hntl to be fordetl
twrhe times In the course of n mile.
These inoffensive, stupid creatures,
usually pictured ns bloodthirsty
cheerfully turned to undo their
own work, nnd nctunlly went forag
ing for the Americans. The lloco.s region
Is the richest the Americans
have entered In the northern campaign,
The lloeoii are prosperous. Intelligent
nnd more than half civilized.
Will Deiiiniul An Klulit Hour Dity.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Dee. 12. Fifteen
tratles unions, embracing nil of tho
building trades, with a combined
membership of 12,000, have decided
to make a demand on January 1,
next, for an eight hour day. The employers
will be given until April 1 to
grant tho deimiud. '
Up I. out nil l-'yr.
Hlgglnsport, O.. Dec. 12. Cnpt. ,T.
IS. Lyon, rlvernuui, iu n friendly tussle
with Jesse Love, accidentally
struck a window pane, cutting hia
eye so Hint it had to be removed,
.Vetv Ohio I'oatiuunterN.
Washington, Dec. 12.-- The following
commissioned Monday: Hatsoii
Paulding county, K. S. McPherj
Oldham, Guernsey county,
Kush; Sumuntha, Hlgljl
Payne, a Louisvll
ported to Have Hold
of Their neat
urg, Pa., Dec. 9. The Pitts-
baseball club bought the pick
Loulsvlllo team Friday for a
said to lo $25,000 cash. After
the Pittsburg club Is natinilcd, the
players remaining will go to Louisville.
It Ih understood that Dreyfuss
tvlftlhuve nn interest In the Pittsburg
J-red Clarke, of Louisville, will
ige the 4'ittsburg team.
tier the terms Mr. Dreyfus gives
II connection with the Louisville
and becomes president of the
Ittsburg club. Mr. Pulllam wiL' re
am with the Louisville club, And
as been awarded the following play
ers: Gould, Dowllng, Wilhclm,
Magec, Fox, Deal, Wills, O'Brien,
iladlson, Cllngman, Ketchnm, Hoy
uid J)exter. Pulllam will go to tho
lrarlie meeting with this team. It
tflie'fj is a reduction in the circuit de-(Mil
on then he will sell tho players
U Tie highest bidder. If the 12-club
lfcjUuc remains intact then the Louis-
club will continue .ns a member
witfi Pulllam ns president and
Ikilstille, Ky., Dec. 9. The
iceinent that President Dreyfuss
made nome sort of a deal with
Pittsburr inannccmcnt caused no
siirnrvic iu local baseball circles. It
Isjaof believed here, however, that he
hanijold the best players of the team
for $25,000, or any other num.
! ITHE APPROPRIATIONS.
TotA i:llnintin for the Yrnr Warn
fBS,Sr,r,,'S, AKnlimt lll)l,000,
W -IM) tin- lriceilt:i8; Yenr.
Washington, Dec. 9. An analytical
comlirison of the cstimatcs'for this
yeailthe appropriations of last year
and liic various increases was Issued
FrltUy by Messrs. Cleaves and Courts,
the 'Jerks of the senate nnd house
lation committees, respectively.
It s own total estimates this year,
$73S, i3,248, against $G94,00G,4S9 last
year Tho estimates this year aro
$114. pS57S more than the amount
appropriated last year. The
cliielTincrea8es are, army $47,231,929;
fortijeations SC;819,030; navy $20,145,-539;
iost ofllce $5,143,001; sundry civil
$21,Cfp,777. The total estimates for
thlajfcar exceed the totnl estimated
rcYcnjc for 1901 by $71,081,994, but
counting the sinking fund this excess
ls'retkced to $18,081,991.
PRODUCTION OF SUGAR.
Ire Crop of Susinr Cnnc nnd
Thla Srnaun Aniounta to
uaaaY . .
t 8,000,000 Ton a.
iigton, Dec. 9. Tho entire
croVcT sugar cane nntl beats'
amount to about 8,000,000
tonal bout the same nmouut as last
...n . vn A a r iccording to carefully prepared
htatlslics submitted to the state de
partment by United States Consul
Dicdrlch, ot Matlgeburg, Germany. Of
this amount the United States uses
about one-fourth. The consuls figures
show thnt so far ns bcel sugar
Is concerned, while the best product
in Kurojtc this jcar Is larger than
last, perhaps by 250,000 tons, the sugar
extracted amounts to about tho
Mime, owing to defective sweetness.
The total product of beet sugar is
placed nt 5,300,Ooo tons against 4,947,-030
for last year.
THE PLAGUE SHIP.
Some of Hrr Crw Hrtnnied on the
Vmarl r'rom HalTniiiu Inland
I'litlrnta Dili iiu Well.
New York, Dec. 9. Fifteen of the
crew of toe J. W. Taylor were returned
aboard that vessel from Hoffman
Island. A bnrge load of coal lit alongside,
ami will be stowed in her bunkers
n.s soon as the gear is ready. Tho
Las-el is in very bad shape. Several
ribs are cracked, and the sides of tho
ship nre bulging. The discharge of
the ftrgo continues, nntl the wrecking
uonts nre pumping out the water.
Her stern stnnds well out of water,
and the vessel is n danger of break-In
two timldhhips. The plague patients
are tloiutr'wcll, and there arc no now
Wnce Scnle Settled.
Pittsburgh, Pa., Dec. 9. After an
idleness of more than six months the
window glnss workers of the country
will go to work December 30. The
Inst settlement of the scales vns
lute Friday night. Cutters
will receive nn ntlvancc of nbout
6 per cent, nnd lint-tenders about 0
per cent. There were no material
changes in the shop rules and usages.
Aannulted Ily Trninim.
JeflVrson, Wis., Dec. 9. The entire
founty is aroused over a brutal attack
nrdo Friday upon John Thoson.
a farmer living near Golden Lake, nnd
his siste, who were set upon in their
home by two tramps. Miss Thoson's
life is der.palred of. A posse of 100
men, in chnrgc of the sheriff, nre
hunting for the assailants.
rl.seer Keuoe Aaanulted.
Istle, Intl., Dec. 9. John Ke-
rrc Haute, an engineer on
ki, was assaulted by an un
file wns struck witli n
al nnd thrown under
wis crushed 011
AN OFFICER KILLED.
Dtallrta from Krlenria nntl Enemies
Struck Hint A Nntnll Hlo
At Corbln, Ky.
Corbln, Ky., Dec. 11. A riot wns
started near the passenger depot Saturday
night between Floyd and Ed
Cnadwcll nnd City Marshal Elllge
Bingham nnd his deputies, Henry and
Hartford. Trouble arose over the
Chndwells shooting off their guns and
the marshal and hln deputies trying
to make arrests. Hartford chased a
man whom he thought was Floyd
Chadwcll 500 yards, both shooting nt
each other, nntl which resulted In the
killing of Deputy Marshal Hartford.
Hartford received one shot through
toe heart by the mnn he wns pursuing
and one through the back from
some one who was following him and
who was assisting In making the ar
rest of the Chndwells.
City Marshal Bingham clinked Ed
Chadwcll around the corner of Laurel
avenue, about 300 yards from the
depot, und bock on n little side street
nnd caught him back of Mr.. Bow-cock's
barber shop. The governor
Wits wired for part of a militia company
located here, but no answer had
been received late Saturday night.
Everything is quiet here now, but
further trouble may be expected nt
It'is learned thnt Floyd Chadwcll
nrrhed from Clay county a few
days ago. He has not been cnught up
to this time, hut the citizens arc out
looking for him, nnd should he be
cnught lie will be taken to Williamsburg,
the county seat of Whitley, and
given a fair trial.
The troops ore out, the town has
been declared under martial law nnd
there is nn ominous quietude, prevailing.
Any moment mny bring sensational
developments. A mnn nniuetl
Shotwcll was shot In the leg during
the fight Saturday night, but not
A IMk SliortiiKC Alleiccd.
Williamstown, Ky., Dec. 8. The
grentest sensation of many days was
created when It leaked out that the
People's bank of Dry lUtlgc had suffered
a shortage in overdraft aggregating
something near $25,000. -Some
days since Cashier Clarence Evans
difd of fever, and nn expert wns
to inspect the books with the
above result. Mr. Evans was a man
'otftxemplary habits arid reputation.
The misfortune wns aue to his Inexperience
nnd credulity. Absolem Carter,
overdrawn about $15,000, is insolvent.
Evans' bondsmen will make
good the loss.
Orilereil To Vncclnnte.
Henderson, Ky., Dec. 11. The Illinois
Central railroad company hns issued
nn order compelling nil its
between Henderson, Ky., nnd
l'rlnceton, Ky., to submit to
to the prevalence of
ut Uniontown, Ky. Many of the
einnloves have refused to obey the
order, nnd ns n consequence were
charged. Uniontown has been placed j
under strict quarantine. There nre
now 200 casps of smallpox in Posey
county, Intl., nnd people nre greatly 1
No Action Wiia Tiikrn.
Frankfort, Ky., lXc. 8. Gov. Bradley
has said nothing about the burning
of Coleman nt Maysville except
mat he would offer a reward if re
quested by the proper authorities, as '
required by law. lie says no request
was made of him to send troops to I
protect Colcmnn, nntl, on the contrary,
he was assured in advauce that
all parties had agreed to let tho law
take its course without any nttempt
at mob violence.
Uentli of Wllllnni 1). hrmer,
Cynthinnn, Ky., Dec. 3. William
Dunlap Frazer, a popular young married
man of this city, died nt 2
o'clock Thurodoy morning from n
complication of diseases. Mr. Frazer
was well known in Cincinnati, having
lived nt the Gibson house several
years. The deceased was very popular
throughout tho state and was
once traveling salesman for the noted
Etlgewater Distilling Co., of this
FrelKlit nntl I'naiunRrr Auent.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 8. Lucien J.
Irwin, agent of the Cumberland Gap
Despntcli at Chicago, was Thursday
appointed general freight and passenger
ngMit of tho Louisville, Henderson
nnd St. Louis railroad, with
headquarters in this city, to succeed
the late Edgar Hill.
Met n Horrible Dcntli.
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 10. John Savage,
foreman Queen & Crescent yards,
met a horrible death here. He slipped
from tin tender of the yard engine
while switching, nntl two wheels of
tlic tender ran across his breast,
frightfully mangling his body.
Wnnt Dr. Wiley
Lexington Ky., Dee. 11. The physicians
In this city have petltoncd
Taylor to reappoint Dr. K. M.
Wiley, of Harrodsburg, superintend
ent of the Eastern Kentucky lunatic
Tbr l.eaae llenoweil.
Washington, Dee. 8. The present
lease on the post ofllce nt Ashland,
Ky., has been renewed to include one
half of adjoining room, to be equipped
with boxen, etc., also heat and
light, at $C00 per annum from March
GOV. BRADLEY SPEAKS.
Ilia Flrat l'nlillo Utterance ot tka
Durnliifr iif the Negro
n nt MnyBTllle, Ky.
Frankfort, Ky., Deo. 10. Gov.
Friday gave out his ilrst public
utterance on the burning of the .Negro
Coleman at Maysville. This came
in reply to an interview by Judge
James P. Tarvln, of Covington,
the state authorities, and holding
them responsible for the Maysville
mob. The govetJor 1'rldny afternoon
wired Tarvln, asking him if
he had been correctly reported, nnd
received the following teply:
"The penalty given Colcmnn may
bo considered just, but the failure of
the state authorities to protect him
after he was in custody Is wrong, and
any citizen has a right to criticize it.
The fact that he was n Negro, hardly
above a brute, Is only tho mori reason
for protecting him. If your telegram
means tight, I have the choico
of weapons and choose cannon; you
to stay at Frankfort nnd 1 at Covington.
Plcnse don't send the militln."
The governor, commenting on It,
salt): "This dispatch Is characteristic
of the man. If the penalty given Coleman
by the people was jiist.why
should Tarvln object? As to his proposition
to remain in Covington and
light a gentleman in Frankfort, persons
who know him will bo astonished
to learn he is willing to fight even nt
The governor closes his statement
by saying: "As governor I have.done
everything in my power to protect
human life nntl enforce the lauv If I
had known, as Judge Tarvln knew,
that this mnn wns about to, be .taken
to his death at the hands of a mob,
I would not have kept a cowardly silence
ns lie did, but would hoiI protected
him. EyersincCi Taryhij was
seized with the insane thought, that
he wtiB vice presidential timber hii
friends have kept constatit'Hvnth on
him. This lnstt effusion Is additional
evidence that he Is Irresponsible."
The Hope "Willi .Not fuel".
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 8. The ropo
with which .Clarence Williams i to
be hanged at Paris on Monday was
ordered by Sheriff, Jicnry Dosworth,
of this county, for the execution of
George A. Portwood, whose death
sentence for the murder of liichnrcl
Purkins was commuted by Gov. Bradley
to life Imprisonment. The ropo
"was Mn utoParlsiJuursdaySBr''
Kentucky Cattle For London.
Lexington, Ky., Dee. 11. One hundred
head of fat cattle of the Hereford
nnd Polled-Angus breeds, renred
nt Wulnut Hall furro, the estnte of L.
V. Hnrkuens, the Standard oil magnate,
have been shipped for transport
to London. They were, purchased
bj Xelson Morris, of Chicago,
for the holiday trade at six cents per
pound, in round numbers $10,000.
Kootlmll fiiiine nt LonUvltlo. '
Louisville, K, Dec. 11. The, foot
ball teams of the Manuel Trailing
i,j,.h school nr.d Ihe male hJgli school
played a rubber Saturday, the former
winning by a score of 23 to, 12. Tho
game was one of the best ever played
here. The Manuels have won two out
of three tames and the
The Slayer la Insane..
Franklin, Ky., Dec. 10. Brooding
over the. killing, of two men lias caused
Charles Cavett to become insane.
in a 'quarrel In a resort In October h
shot and killed Flannlus Kuiott and
John Dick, jlle is under indictment
for willful murder. Cavett has been
sent to the asylum at ITopkinsville.
Seriona ChurKea Aimlnat it Janitor.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 10. Julius
Crutcher, colored, was arrested on a
security warrant. He is salif to hnvo
been Intimate with Maggie Sexton, a
white girl, nged 13, who was an inmate
of the Baptist orphans' home,
of which he was the janitor. It is
also said other girls wero vlcUms.
.Mllltln Not Colnsf to Frunkfiirt.
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 11. The. Kentucky
stnte guard will not be present
at the inauguration of Gen. Taylor at
Frankfort Tuesdny. Adjt. Geii. Collier
has decided that owing to the
lack of funds it will not be possible
to have the soldiers, as Is usualnt Inauguration.
' ' a
Killed lllx Knemy.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 11. Houney
Balden, colored, wns shot und killed
by John Hangs, also colored, in
Finoketown Sunday night. The men
had been enemies for some time.
Hangs has witnesses to prove that
Balden threatened his life.
Tiie Arkunnnn Won. , '
ltichmond, Ky., Dec. U. A. II. Howell
,of Pine Hluir, Ark., representing
Central university, this city, won
the intercollegiate deela 1 atory com
test here. ,
Student lite of rVer.t
Lexington, Ky., Xiec. 11. George A.
Etlgecomb, Lubec, Me., agetl 24,' a student
of the college of the Bible, Ken
tucky university, died Suntlay after-
noon nt the Samaritan hospital of ty
phoid fever. This is the third death,
from the malady at thUdnsUtution.
Tliorouituured llccoril Sold.
Lexington, Ky., Deo. n,Tlie Thor-
I oughbred Becord, tho only wtrictly
thoroughbred paper ia America, wan
sold to J. S. Wallace und W. C. Scott.
Price private. It .will be. cuuUuue.il
on the same lines.
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