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THE CURRENCY BILL.
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o Senate tlie Vint ThtM
candwato; napoj InJ D s.a.ator
peoially iavtted guests.
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I Oavt. Abiob'i naaklmsr.
, Cblcago, Dec. 25.Copt. Anson, for-
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25. Jfrs. Johnson.
stber of J. Q.
'0 and can not live.
ft lighting a lamp
fad from her hand,
.."'f"" "- w. -
ora her body, and
, ''Due. '25. The
h,'of William J. Thorn-and
liia three children
in tho ushes of their
les southwest of Chilli'
Sundny morning. The
tion la that Thomas murdered
jUl'&r&n and then set fire to the
took liiH own Hie.
The llnttlcsklp Tciai,
line Henry, Va., Dec. 25. The Unit-
d Statu battle ship Texas, Capt.
paries t). Sigsbee, passed in the
ipea Sunday night. She has on
'lard the remains of tho Maine dead,
keH abbardat navana Thursday.
''.JfiVff" Killed in a Wreck.
pmlfciftHulsco, Dec. 35. A Chroni-
r,Pli from Pomona, says: A
,Arn,,PacIfle train was wrecked
VMy night. Five people were
' vmany Injured. TKo traia it
k b vuu xu s. s. ias ii v uiii nvmu s.i T a ma u .
to hold a term of court.
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Lexington, Ky., Dc. 2. The grand
jurjr brought in number of
Thursday. Elchard O'Nsill and
ItichMl Burke, election officers, held
over from the lower court, charged
with disfranchising Col. VV. C. P.
M9 B ., . ,", ri: ,ao. ;uaisw, 01 west
i' recess, w.I and that 1 Vi n.t..Mli P" WM "otd w. for nuisance. - r o. Mrs.
terUsiEiasairo tne question of .. .,, .. ., "
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ijnnfn' wIIIIm tot .,v, W- iTupersy.
' .lii lnntlhlMna rt fT.A nMnnt wt11
f "tek a stand for expansion, and will
h Jurat, for the annexation of these
Bluo Oraaa Eloper.
rficholasTille, Ky., Deo. S3. Deputy
Postmaster tiro mi Buford. son of
' AmImmm .nil. A inr...A t. n.Hn will u.. PnafrnDcf.,. W T. T1i.nM.f ..nj rt
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.j ! iaq ones in me nexii"1"" uuapuu aoju to juexmgion,
,-a esMipaiarn. uo says no aoes not KnOTTi""040 kUCJ were mnrnea ai tne
,ir, cicfcoa he will speak on the Philippine"181100 of Mr- nd Mrs. W. F.
iii'fact, he will not speak at sou m liroaaway. Tnero was
aL uuiess ne can j)o or some serrjee "" " um iuuuhcs 10 me maicn.
ict settling' the question, lie says'.
Openlajc "f tlie Holy Door.
. Jlonio, Dec.. ,25. The pope solemnly
laSuguratcrt the Holy Year by
the impressive ceremony of
4tenin the holy door of St. Peter's
cathedral at 11 o'clock Sunday morn-
imz. The ceremony was performed
Miss Simpson is the daughter of the
late John Simpson, and a social faro
Another circuit Jndee Wanted.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 22. A meeting
of the XouisTille bar was held Thursday
morning: t which a committee
was appointed to draft a bill to pre
a, the vestibule, which, was handsome- sent to the legislature providing for
q By decorated, in tho presence of the another circuit Judge for Jefferson
Kalpal officers, the members of the coumy. our are now sitting.
e Uoaa nobility and a number of clals will go to Frankfort January 1
Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 22. Representative
South Trimble returned from a
j.tt ru xvhd returned from the east trip over the state, and says he has
Sunday says that he' has the backing the race for speakership won. Trim--of
General Wanamakcr ble denies Cantrill is the Goebel slata
to staft a company for the candidate. Anti-Goebel leaders
turo of baseballs. Anson also as- Bert that they are considering the ad-'
i a lanre department Btore in vlsability of joining with the
o is ready to back him, owing ucuus m me xegisiaiure 10 organize
-. 1 . that body.
10 difliculty m securing
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LoalitvlIIe Mmlcal Peetlrnl.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 22. George W.
Stewart, the Boston musical festival
director, has been in the city, conferring
with the directors as to tho
festival next spring. It is intended to
have it a little later than usual, about
the middle of May, and to have It on
a better scale than has ever been
ninee In a
Danville, Ky., Dec. 22. The big
boarding-house of Mrs. William tflunn
wan set on fire in. four different rooms
Thursday, and the furniture destroyed.
There is nc clew. Most of tho
boarders were students, who had gono
homo for the holidays. Mrs. Ilunn'a
loss is covered by insurance.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 22. There Is
great indignation here over the prico
of coal. Kentucky is selling at $3 a
load of 25 bushels and Pittsburgh at
(3.25. This despite the fact that there
is plenty of coal in the harbor. It la
attributed to the work of the combine.
X.atiff Fonnd Guilty.
Paris, Ky., Pec. 83. After being out
since 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
and after several disagreements, tho oBi
jury in the case of Forest Lang, for S
the murder of Mike Connolly, gave a W
verdict Tmradar nlrit of sVin. BsTit
slau'ghrftd ftdag his Jif n.rllVlfyEW
at two yeai
Jllen's Boots and Shoes.
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Men's Long Black Ulsters, woll inatlo, worth dQ QQ
all of $5, here while they laat . . . .q)Oec0
ilen's tong Black and Grey Irish Frieze Coats fl A.Q,
worth all of $9, hero for , i eTbO
Men's Irish Frieze Goats, made with raw edges, O A Q ,
lap seams, high collar, worth $11, here for Oi(tpO
Men'B Black and Bluo Beaver Overcoats, a A Q O
ity worth $0.75, heio for , .TPitO
Twelys Kersey in blacks and blues, raw edges, rj CA
velvet collar, well trimmed, worth '$10, here for. I eel J
Long Shaggy Ulsters of Frieze and Chinchillas, A f ff
wool lined, satin shields, worth $15, here for lUUv '
Men's Clay-lined Meltons, made by the best
tailors, raw edges, silk velvet collars, broad A f (f
shoulders, all cuts, worth fully $15, here for. Aw oVU '
Men's flno Vicunas, Herring BoneB and Oxford A f ff
Greys, worth $20, hero now for lUiUU"
The very finest Overooat possible, the swellest
shades for young and old, coats that are QA' AA
worth $25 and $27, here for itlUeUll
Sleeping Reductions. Price
and quality will open your eyes.
Boys' Boots as low as 05c.
Men's Boots, good quality,
Men's extra good Boots, whole
stock, high square top, $1 OS.
Men's fine Shoes 08c.
Men's high top Shoes, plain
.and wide toe,. $ 05.
Many shapes and prices, too ,
numerous to mention. A look
Men's Fanoy "Worsted
double or single breasted
vests or coals,
ice of 100 styles for I
The high class tailoring of
our suits make them winners
for young and old.
Tho patterns are selected
with care; at least fifty
stylos to select tPA f
from for. pJ
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Our Men's suits have no equal.
-Clothing" has and always will be
.some choice offerings :
Men's good Sack Suits,
single or double tj? C 98
Men's Suits in un endless
variety of Scotohes and
Cheviots, well made
and trimmed for.
Our reputation for Fine
maintained. Here are
Laaa. SBBBIDlBBr "H aW
79c buys a good Hat, black or
79c buys a good Alpine, black,
brown or pearl. '
So buys a $1,50 Hat during
our great Overcoat sale.
Choice of half dozen good makes
in $2 Hats, Spl.O.
If you buy here, and full to bo t leased, YOU GET
kONEY BACK WJTII A SMILE, ,
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The Ketnalna of tbe jSTaneellat Will
Be Uarlcd on Itouliu Top
East IforthCeld. Hose.. Dec. 23. Th
i family of the late Dwight L. Moody
remained, inuoors utfuriy live jenure
Saunday, owing to the constant down-pour
of rain, leaving the house only
s tor a brief Interval in toe forenoon
JS to attend services at the
I tional. church.
W The services at the Congregational
t' church Sunday forenoon were
ducted by Iter. C. J. Bchofield, the
9 , rastor, assisted by Rev. R. A. Torrey,
oi Chicago, who had been associated
with Mr. Moody at the Bible institute
at Chicago. Mr. Torrey'o talk wo
principally of the life of the dead
The funeral Is to be held Tuesday
afternoon at 2; SO o'clock and the
details have been eompleted. The
body will be taken to the church
at 0 a. m. by the Mount Herman students
and will lay In state until 3:30
la the afternoon vf hen the Berviceawlli
be held, afterwhlchitwill be taken -to
.he last resting place on Round Top.
The only muslo during the services
aside from singing by the rejrular
oholr of the church will he the singing
of "Rock of Apes," one of Mr.
Moody's favorite hymns, by the Mount
Herman male quartet. Honorary
have been named as follows:
Col. J. J. Janeway, New Brunswick,
N. J.; R. C. Morse, of tht Y. M. C. lu
national committee, New York; Geo.'
C. Stebbins, Brooklyn; Ira D. Sankeyj
Prooklyn; Gen. J. J. Estey, Brattli
fcoro, Vt.; Col.. C. A. Hopkfnson, Bo
ton; ,11. M, Moore, Boston; Dr,
Wood, of Northfield, and Prof. A.
Cutler, of Mount Herman seminar
A UNIQUE BOYCOTT.
Tbe Unionists Will Ilc(ui
to Bar Bread
Xtter January 1.
Chicago, Dec. 25. A unique boycott
of non-union bread is to be
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H HAT visited our store Friday Saturday ahd MoiTay
show plainly that the public have the 1
ence in our statements. Our great purchase of MEN'S; UL-
STERS and! mediCirA length OVEROOATS of Martin B.
man at 65'eENTS N THE 'LLR, is truly a re
Relation to the trade. Right here iri the heart of the seiaaonV!
, when goods "are steadily advncinf, we offer you the most
dependable merchandise at HIRDS its actual worth
been-marked down to make this
Deeember Sale in Our His
Make your Holiday purchases before the crowds become t xmo
dense. Every dollar's wQrth of goods in our house ;has
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rated JanuarT 1 bv the viiiou Uakers Ashland accommodatiou
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Men's fine stylish Neckweaf.,fr
new ana exclusive designs.
Men's Fanciy Vests, newest and'
finest materials and patterns.
Our line of Smokinir Tackets is
Make your selections.
(.complete. Linen and Silk
from England, Ireland,
prance, newest designs.
and otlier evtcil designs.
nfPTiu fJMnrr ti nnderwear
fis" aow complete.
(department Gloves in pearls,
tans and redo for oTCsa.
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fight upon, a;
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have I w ol' o'crjing iuisvme C6
formed a plan to jret thalf wives.
dauchtera. sistera and rrlr.lJnK to re
,fuso to purohane all the
such as bears the label
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New York Express
lAr Mt. Sterling-
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returning XX day'mft
Eyes examined !Nn
New Tiffle TW..
except I T iiTi SfprUtiJT...1i!.Mi,e.'
to be a Couirh Cure, ThiH remedy qtiloi
(nation or cures all forms of throat ami )
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morning and afternoon for CIrH
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