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After a few minutes A reported that the water itself had become luminous, and that it remained so for a long while, even if removed to the other end of the room out of reach of B's effluvia. B's sensitiveness of the skin wts ,l!nn to. nt r A iu.ijc 4iaj uiojpwcur ujr At. . nypnouc uie e yellow-reddish W a 18 mu Truth About X Raus. and Lucid Statement of the Facts About the New Photography. A Correct f4xllL electro-magneti- POPULiR ElsfrOfrS COfrfrECTED. formed many limes within the past two years. More than a year ago a photograph of u coin imde in the dark by Prof. Sanford, of Leland Stioford university, by laying it on a photographic plate and subjecting it to a powerful alternating discharge, was reproduced in a large number of technical papers. The sensitive plate in this case isaffect-c- u by electro magnetic waves proceeding across it. It is possiblt. however, that there Is a rea c mnectum between tnis process and cathode photography , i and that when is known the whole mystery of the cathode rayj will be cl.ai eo sip. It must not be assumed, however, that all processes of photographing by invisible ays are the same. There arc many kinds of invisible rays; for instance, those of uivisible heat, as from a stove il.at is not heated to redness. It is now possible to photograph with these last, a3 well as with the invisible rays of the extreme upper part of the spectrum. The Roentgen discovery, like most has been productive of a larg. amount of sensational predictions and foolish suggestions, many of them tlie i csul t of a partial know ledge of the subject, although some may perhaps bear f i uit in new discov eries. The hope that great practical results will follow in the way of the photography of the interior of solid bodies, as has already t'uscj-inectioultra-violent Edison's Arrangement Exaggerations Are Current, Yet Wonderful Results Have Fig. 3.Roentgen Shadowgraphs.for Making Been Attained What Scientists Really Think c development f a form of photography that has been per'Iheories and Possibilities. ! i (Copyright 1806.) ii is. tnebe experiments haie again throMn into doubt a matter that was . continues to attract much once thought by many to be definitely ..Mention, the scientific world being explained. The English stand b i?l occupied with the question: Crookes, the Germans by Lenard, and Nh..i is it?" while the general public each side has obtained new experimentn .ire interested in the question: al evidence thut only adds to our pervlijt will it do?- - Reports of experi- - plexity. If the ras are streams of . t i Prof. Roentgen and his follow - electrified gas, how do they striku hi made one answer to the lattor through solid objects and take photo: fuuiiliar graphs0 If they aie a kind of light, the rays discovere hi in will jwss through many sub- - w hy do they drhe w indmills and follow iii. that are opaque to ordinary u magnet?now se-- n nnd since they w ill afTecta photc- It can be that Roentgen's j. rjpmi plate just a light does, shadow discoery ujj, only tlie logi"ol outcom puturcs of objects enclosed in opaque of a long series of previous experiments. To say this is not to belittle him, for tm is the liual of dis coery and indention Roertgen's discovery is tnat the cathode rays, or that part of tht.ni capable of taking photographs, or perhaps a second kind of rays generated b; them, will pass not only through an aluminum window, "but througn the glass sides of the tube itself and lhroigh most colid sub- The oir'toiis form of radiation diseov l Prof. Koemgeii. of AVurzburgn.-ti- t, Li I II iWi'iMLMuLBg IP1 'mlfmm T"g proof positive of a theory of my own. which I hav e been led to form from re? suits attained in various direct onri This theory is that a well man with a strong will is "positive." 1 mean tii say that his life principle, will, men;, tality, or whatever you choose to catl it, exudes from his person and llovvi, from his eyes and ears and other organs like the long tongues of t we see mounting up from high chimneys ut night. But in the cace oi a man with a weak will or of a hypnotized subject these flames or outward .. : :n:i.i me t waiuiu biyas oi .1 inner lire are so weak as to barely leave the surface of the body. So, too, I may contend that the will of the hypnotizer and the will of tins subject to be hypnotiul struggle together. The stronger flame beats bad; the weaker; what was nt firs defeat becomes finally a complete suirendei, end the flames of the hypnotizei's will find their way to the very brum cculer of the hypnotised subject. llaral-tha- frTilwBTTiTP S. MlLLINCTO.N MlLLEIt, M. I). I -! 1 i Apt Scholar. Lady That parrot I bought of you uses dreadful language. Bird Dealer Ah, uiimi.you should. h? Tery careful what you say afore it: it's astonishing how rjuick them birds pick up anything. Spare Moments. Old co-irs- e Twould llaTe Clirrrril Her. She Dear mamma's quite worrierl about you. She says you looked so very sober when you left home lait evening. He Ah, she ought to have seen me when I returned. Brooklyn Life. HE WILL SEE BTItAIIOE THINGS. j I mined to control affairs this year. But since the announcement by Senator Quay that he will be a candidate for the presidency there has been a decided lull in the Allison stock. Senator Quay is not only a political manag'r of great astuteness, but he is a vevy plain, direct sort of-- a man, and nevir yet has deceived tho people of Pennsylvania concerning any public object. Upon all occasions when he has been a candidate for office he has announo.-frankly to tlie people what he wanted, and then went to work to secure it. The prevailing Impression is that Senator Quay did not announce himself as a presidential candidate until he had looked all over tho field and had reached the conclusion that he would be warranted In making an effort to i cure the prize. Therefore, those wao suppose that Mr. Allison is to be the residuary legatee of the combine m ly find themselves mistaken when the convention meets. Senator Quay is not in politics for fun. but always for his d would be Senator Allison. It has lort; been well known that he Is Dreferabie. to.Ule others In the eyes of the big p j litical manipulators who have det.r. lr'S! Pl s. n. NUMBEE PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. V , Higheit of all in Leavening Power. ' ' Lateit U.S. Goi't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE sumed by republican managers IT. C. Office ATT0aT5TS. GRAtfT E. LILLY, ATTORXEY-AT-LA- Medicine and Surgery. Collins Building, Main Street, Richmond, --- --Kextbcky. JASPER, M. J). t , DR. H. H. ROBERTS..... Pakis Kentucky. Office: Corner Duncan Avenue and Pleasant Street, Paris, Ky. aJOffice Hours: 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m. . . .Specialties. . . Nose, Throat and Stomach 1, ,! 5 Kentucky Richmond, - . It has been claimed and generally widely-notice- d 76 TKOF. KOEXTGEN. rfB j 7c. 2. matter may be made The word "photo- p ra ph" appl ted to these shadow picture? i. unfortunate, as by a photograph we uvuaiiy understand a picture of an object taken by light reflected from that object. No such picture can be taken I the ncwh discovered radiations. 1 he cannot take, lor instance, a e picture of a man, though they cn throw a shadow of his profile on the s iiMtive plate. And, since they can nncrse fltsh more easily than bone. ie bones in the shadow picture of a niau'F hand stand out black while the t.. rroundmg liesh appears dimmer. lo this somewhat sensational discover! that the skeletoi. of a living bema. n be photographed, or "shadow- .'dphed." while it is jet clothed with f i h. ve are indebted probably for thi .teat public interest shown in Prof. J.oenlgen's discovery, for that disco, ery j only the latest development of a series of investigations that have beeii pem : on lor the jiast 30 years in Eng-Iuiui.d Germany, none of which have acted great popular attention, although they have been eagerly followed and discussed by students. Ker since the mercury air pump w as n aie so perfect that nearly ail the air i 'uul be pumped out of h glass bulb, the tetwior of the remnant has been and wondered at. It is so peculiar that the air remaining in such high v.ii ua is often said to be in d "luiirth ntjie of matter, the other liner s ates oi mdtter being respectively the solid, the liquid ami the gaseous. If two m tal joints be soldered into the bulb full-luc-k' a-1 no-iice- Fig. 1. Typical Crookes Tube Showing Cathode Rays. A. Induction coil. a. Negative pole or Cathode, b. Positive pole c. Kays ii m. can be passed through U; (r .s Irom an induction coil, we have ijt is called a "Crookes tube," so iidi ii J from William Crookes. the d:f cheir--isttmj:iii-heKnglish physicist-anfrom whose exjrimenU. the first clear light on these phenomena was pdined. When the exhaustion of the tube is sufficiently high there proceed d d tliai d rapidly alternating current o' , . BOEXTGEU 6ILHOUETTE. Photographed by Mr A A. C Swinton through a piece of black vulcanized fiber 0212 inch thick; exposure four minutes. (Mr Swinton's own Hand.) from the uegative electric pole (called by physicists the "cathode") faint ray or streamers, which have been named "cathode rays." These mo.e in straight lines and cause many objects on which they are directed to shine with a won derfully beautiful phosphorescent light. They also exert pressure, as wiu beautifully shown by Crookes, who constructed one of his lubes with a miniature glass railway within it, on which rolled a little wheel like a windmill.) When the cathode rays struck this the w heel rolled rapidly from one end of the tube to the other. The steam coulj also uc shifted about by magnetic attraction. All these discoveries were not so sensational from a popular poirt of view as the photography of an invisible object, but they tvere more so to scientists, for at first sight they seemed inexplicable, and they convulsed tbo scientific world for a long time. Finally motit jieople settled down to acceptance of Crookes' explanation, wh'ch considered tlie "rays" to be streams of air particles (probably actual molecules the smallest particles obtainable) charged with electricity and shown off from the negative jole or cathode just as a charged pith ball i repelled from an electrical machine. The reason thai the phenomenon appeared only in a high vacuum w as, according to him, that in ur or gas of ordinary density, even the density, of the "vacuum" under the bell of an air pump, the molecules are not free to move for sensible distances without striking against one another their "free path," in other words, was t.K small. This explanation has leen given without comment in most of the orthodox books on physics. Hut about two years ago, German experimenters! threw a bombshell into the English camp by showing that the cathode raye would puss through thin films or sheet of certain metals, and that by inserting an aluminum "window" in the glaf, tube they could even be made to pass out into ordinary air. Hence, it was argued they could not be streams of molecules, but must be a kind of light, ., nnd Lenard, one of the German pointed out, in additional sup-jF-i. of tu.d view, that the rays'vvouid produpe photographic impressions. 12 ' he'liad followed this up, Koentgen's have been uatedated. Vs ed stances, and that they will so pass with different degrees cf ease. If they passed through all substances alike, the shadow pictures clready referred to could not bt tanen, it is only because, for instance, the bones are mere opaque to them than tiiefiesii that make a shadow photograph of the skeleton of the hand. The actual discovery war made by accident, and in his original description of it, reau at Wurrbu.g last mouth. Prof. Roentgen does not dvvtll particularly on lac photographic possibilities. He made the discovery by noticing that, a phosphoiesceut substance near & Crookes tube, over which a cloth had been thrown, gave out a gleam whenever the current whs sent tLrough the tube, although the cloth prevented the tube's .ight liom being seea. The discoverer is decidedly of the opinion that the rays which pass the glas walls of the tube are not the catnode rays, but a hitherto unknown kind of rays generated by the catnode rays m the glass itself. Hence he calls them the X rays, since the letter X u used in algebra to designate an unknown quentity. He nases his conclusion largi.y on the fact that a magnet will not deflect the new rays, while its power over the cathode rays is one of thei- - most peculiar characteristics. Others note the fact that lenard discovered some tune ago that thecathide rays wv.e not simple, but mad? up of sever! different kinds of radietion, some of which were uenecicu oy me magnei mare easily than others. Roentgen suggest. In accordance with h general German Delief, that the cathode rays are a kind of light, or at least akin to iignt, that the new rays are vibrations lcngthw-&in the ether, instead of crosswise, as those of ordinary light arc supposed to be. Such vibrations have long been looked for by physicists, and it is natural that any new phenomenon should be ascribed to I nem. But Roentgen himself admits that there is not yet any positive evidence of his views. The diacov ery once made, the experiments were quickly repeated and amplified all ov!r the world, since they require no very delicate manipulation nor costly apparatus In this country j they have been performed with great success by Prof. Wr'ght and Mr. d at Yale, by Pi of. Trowbridge at Harvard, by Prof. Pupin at Columbia, and by Thomas A. Edison. The possible use of the Roentgen y in surgery was suggested in the first leports of the discovery. Prof. Wright has succeeded by its means in locating exactly a large number of shot in the body of a t ' e 4kP Fto.4 Fig. 4. Arrangement used by Prof. Pupin, of Columbia. A. B. Leyden jars. C C. Single Electrode of vacuum bulb. a. Strip of tinfoil on Bersford (in an undertone) Your It Aunt Roxana reminds me very much of come will be difficult to predict the outprocess; but any touch or puncture of our iNew with any degree of accuracy. It York weather. Miss Fay. id probable, however, that the a pin or needle on the outside edge of bosi r ay liecause she's erratic? miss have decided to make a strong effort ihe phosphorus-cenor luminous coatNo. She won't clear Bersford ing perceived by A's eyes was immedi- away. first to nominate Senator Allison; in Leslie's Weekly. ately perceived by B. His body did not event of the failure In that effort to feel the prick of a needle, but the outer Harder Work. secure the nomination of Quay, and in edge of his "luminous effluvia" several Lingo suppose your idea In go- the event of a failure to make successfeet away from the skin, had acquired ing to a French tsble d'hote every day ful combinations on the Pennsylva-niathis sensitiveness lost by the body. Is to learn to speck the French lanth-- y are to turn to New York and And hero appears a wonderful fact. guage. endeavor to nominate Gov. Morton. The water in the tumbler removed to Bingo No, It Is to learn to eit When tn New York a couple of days the end of, the room had acquired that vnnh food. Brooklyn Life. ago I met several of the Piatt mana gers. and they are showing figures rnd names of delegates from southern states, which indicate that Morton hi to have about 200 votes. If there is nny approximation of accuracy in tteir claims, the venerable politician will stand well before the convention: but he is not likely to be nominated. Tha bosses will ultimately have their cwn way. and will dictate the names'of their candidates for president and vice president. Thurmaii. The way to fill a large spher-- is to glorify a small one. There Is no larere inhere: you arc vour snher. t I 1 own our recent financial troubles Eye, Ear, caused by tha Wilson revenue bill whereby there was a great reduction DR. A. K. STEWART, of revenue upon many imported items. W. B. SMITH, The-- people should be informed of the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ATTORNEY AT LAW fact that the customs duties collected . . Richmond, . Kentuckt- under the McKinley bill were reduced Richmond, . Kentucky. instead of increased by that extreme 0Y Covin xt?M":JtKiUla """Residenct high protectionist measure. During elotiZ "O". 619 .North "eel the year 1830, when the .McKinley bill Office in Collins Building. was passed, the customs duties colDR.0. A. KENNEDY, lected amounted to $236,500,000. In the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, following year, 1891, the McKinlev law J. 0. & D. M. CHENAULT, was in effect, and the customs duties . Richmond. . Kentucky ATTORNEYS AT LA W, fell to $21C.S0O,0O0. In 1892, two years after the McKinley bill was passed, the Richmond, . BmId,nr. Kentucky. stairs. Office hours to N. "4 Mam Street, n, customs revenues fell to $174,100,000. u an i 4 to 3 o'clock. Tn 1894 the customs duties had fallen DR. JOHN M. POSTER, to $131,800,000. These figures are taleen Office on Second treet, orer Chenanlt'i jro Bichmond. . Kentucky from the treasury account and are re- ctry. liable. They demonstrate that the McN ,. Telephone at office and residence. Kinley high protectionist tariff bill re- W. R. SHACKELFORD, duced the revenues customs duties unli. W. JiVANS, M. D., til they had fallen off almost 50 per ATTORNEY AT LA W, cent. Richmond, Kentucky. The Wilson revenue bill, which was Richmond, Kentucky. Harine retired from the practice of medicine several years a?o. for a democratic measure, was passed in known to mr sell, I aifain offer ny professional 1 S94. It became strices to th operative in 1895, and people of Richnond ana Will practice in all the revenues from customs thus far mond National Bank, the Courts. Office oxer Rich in? mr service: wul nn.f nw m... ..Pers.M desir lam e as Col. Capcrton's. !of the" residence of N. B 'vZ&ZZ ""5 received during the present year in street. dicate tnat the total revenue for 1896 will amount to $196,500,000, which is DR. T. J. TAYLOR, $60,000,000 in excess of the revenues STEPHEN D. PARRISH, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, under the McKinley bill in 1854. It . Kentucky. Richmond, A TTORNEY AT LA W, will thus be i from a plain statement of acts J figures that the rev- Richmond, Kentucky. Office on Second Street, over Yeager'a Jewelry enues of L. country have been inStore. Residence en Third Street. creased by the Wilson bill; and that Patents, Caveat3, Trade Marks, Designs, Etc S&27TAL ST7EG3EY. therefore it is unfair and untrue to asReport as to patentability of invention Free of sert that our financial troubles have Charge. Unsurpassed facilities. Moderate terms. J.C XOIGAN. A. MTU come from tiie passage of a democratic Before applying for a patent, write me. MORGAN & YATES, measure. Thurmas. a Oood Reason. DENTISTS, B. HOGG, We cannot answer for the truth of 1. . Richmond, . . Kentucky. n the rumor, but it is said that at a ATTORNEY AT LAW, club a New York man recently summoned a servant and said: Kentucky. B"ICMiia St":, T" Mad,3 Nu'os Richmond, "Call me a cab." "Oh, dear me!" replied the servant. J. L. HARRIS, M. D., D. D. S. "I shouldn't think of doing so." Office No. 13 First street, np stairs. Richmond, . "What?" cried the New Yorker. Kentucky "Why not?" Crown and bridge work a specialty ?hts:gia2ts. "Because, six," the servant replied, over Wallace & Klce. Main aoa?" a. or 11 m t to 4 p. m. "you are not a cab." Harper's Bazar. ,J.1J Office S.W corner Main and'Second itreeta up stairs. Will practice all that Madison and adjoining counties ih Court and of were as- -- tttt- t. 0 1 C . .... w. bt .... i ... 46- I- - Bon-to- 0 "If THE NATION'S EINANCES. Republican Lies Refuted by and Figures. Fe-ot- outside. b. Rays. I'll tell your ortune true." PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, "No doubt, dear count," the maid replied, Kentucky. "And you would spend It, too." Richmond, N. Y. Recorder. BEFORE TIIE STOBil. Office in the Joe Collins building, iS and x Second Street over White's new druzttore. 27- They Generally Do. you will give your hand to me, DR. H. R. GIBSON, ... WELBY V. BDRGIN, DENTIST, Richmond, Kentucky - Office over Chenaulfs grocery. No. 16 Seeend 5tttCt- 4J- - Bum-stea- shadow-photograph- been pointed out, seems hardly warranted by anything that has been done so far. The possibility that the raya may have some peculiar effect on the human system has excited interest, but none has yet been discovered, although Thomas A. Edison has announced that he is about to experiment on their properties as germ killers. As is well known, ordinary sunlight is fatal or injurious to the growth of disease and the new rays may jossibiy be more so. Duringa recent attempt to photograph a mouse with the riys the animal, which was supposed to be drowned, revived, and this incident was made the most of in a sensational manner, but the experimenter himself said that he believed the rays had nothing to do with the moose's recovery. One of the directions in which may follow is that of rendering the image or shadow cast by the rays visible to the eye. A ov Mr. Thompson, a New York electrical engineer, is to receive thi shadow picture on a surface covered with a fluorescent substance instead of on a photographic plate. Fluorescence would be excited in various degrees, according to the propoition of the rays transmitted by the object, and a shadow picture of it would thus appear corresponding to the shadow photographs already taken. This process has not been developed in detail, but there seems to be no reason why it should not succeed, although the hopea of the inventor, if, as alleged, he expects by its aid to see the human heart beating in the living body, may never 1m realized. It must be remembered, however, that in a discovery of this kind delicacy of result depends largely on perfection of detail in the process, and the generation that has seen the developmentof themodern photograph, together with the kinetoscope, the telephone and the phonograph, need not be surprised at anything in this line. Only the skeptics may be. pardoned for wishing to see before they fully believe. , process-proposed The Harrison and Cleveland Admlalftra-tlocCompared Interesting: Heading for ThouKhtful Men of Itoth Parties. ut CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, DENTAL SURGEON, Richmond, - - . 4 Kxntockv Office' &k IB ? rftitFFrjyh REPUBLICAN BoDRes, same sensitiveness. If you" pinch the w ater w ith your fingers or touch it vvi th a pin B will scream that you pinch or prick him. But B will not feel the action if performed by a person who has no magnetic relation vvth him. In other words, the action of the magnet alone will be felt in the water by the subject. We must conclude that the nervous sensitiveness of B's flesh has been carried further'than the surface of his body and communicated to the objects saturated and impregnated by his "luminous effluvia;" also that the sensitiveness of those objects remained in them for awhile, even when removed to a certain distance from li'i , effluv ia. "The water," say s de "loads itself with sensitiveness as calcium does with light; and the energy received radiates from it till it has returned all it has received; in other words, till it is spent or emptied. The extent of the luminous atmosphere around B, and the force of the luminous flames which flow from his nose, and eyes, and mouth and ears, appear different to A at different stages, depending upon the 'lepth of the hypnotic sleep into which B has plunged. Roc-lias- IT A MESMKIUC ILLUSION OE ABE THE LIGHTS REAL? SCHEMES. Not tho Voters, Will Nominate a President. Public Offices and the Management of Affairs to Ue Completely Takes. Out of the Hands of the People. Washington, Feb. 20. (Special.) The republican managers do not intend to stand any nonsense from the this year. They do not intend that the people shall have anything to say concerning the nominations to be made at St. Louis by the republican national convention. Those who are obervant of political affairs have noticed that Tom Piatt eo-pi- e DAIflEL CI.EVEETOIT. rabbit, and in Montreal a bullet was found in A man's leg by the same means. No one has yet succeeded, however, in photographing any of the .r.ternal or gans of the body, for the obvious rea- son that these organ- transmit the rays about as well as the surrounding flesh, and cast no separate shadow. No very sensational results in this line can oe looted for probably, unless the sensitiveness of the process is much increased, and all reports that Mr. Edison, or any one else is prepared to photograph the human braia, with any bt-ncc WHAT DAEKNESS REVEALS. S. Millingrton Miller Describes Ex- traordinary Phenomona. of New York, Matt Quay, of Penury lvania, nnd Bet Clarkson, of Iowa, pre working hand in glove to control the nominations which are to be made this ear. Heretofore they have permitted the people to nominate presidents; and after they have been elected those presidents have not given such consideration to the bosses as they desire, end hence the managers propose to name their own candidate this time. Of course it is important that thJ Dosses should have control of a hrge number of delegates, so that they can cast their votes in any direction winch n may seem most advisable w hen the has been called to order and nominating speeches have been nside. You will observe that Tom Piatt has brought out (5ov. Morton, of New York, for the presidency so that the solid vote of that state will be cast for Morton under the direction of Piatt. In Pennsylvania it was difficult to find any man for the presidency upon whom theentire Pennsylvania delegation could unite; ion-ventio- I Light from laving Organisms Illuminates the Iace nnd Flows from the Finger Tlpg-reel- lng 'Without Touching Theory Advanced. COPrKIGHT. 1S96. I 1 I WG-- Z Fig. 2. Form of Crookes Tube so arranged that the Eays when Deflected by a Magnet, turn a MilL A A. Electrodes. B. Windmill. C. Rays, concentrated by mirror. M. Magnet. prospect of success, may be looked upon which the invention One direction promises to be particularly useful u in the detection of flaws in metal, as in castings, armor plate, etc. A weld so finely made, as to be quite invisible to the naked eye is brought out at once in a shadow-photograby thtsBocntgen ax with suspicion. investi-guton- rays. The process of making the a at prrcent curried out, is of the simplest. The object is placed Crookes on the plaleholder, and th tube is suscnded close above, thus throwing a shadow of the object through tho plateholdcr, on the plate within. Thr feat may be performed in broad daylight, since surlight can not penetrate the plateholder. while the X rays can. Shadow photographs have also been made recently by placing the object and the pltte between electrodes in open uir, without the l'nterv entiohj f tJieCrwkesirubcsat.H. This, however. Is not ea.thu4 jrfietograpfey, but this shadow-photograpn- s, Tut a man of the temperament called "sensitive" in a dark1 room. Then put a cat, or a bird, or some parts of flowers in the same room. The man will s.e straage things after he has been in that dark room a few hours; for the cat, or the bird, or flowers will become visible to him in the darkness. At first lliey will appear as a gray cloud on n black background; and then he will sec some lighter spots; and finally each object will become distinct, becoming more and lnore-s- as time passes. &o into the dark room yourself with such a ' sensitive" man, and sit tnerj quietly for sev eral bours. Finally your companion will begin to see you. Your hands, for example, will at first appear to him as a gray smoke; then ench finger will shine with its own light. He will see a luminous protuberance at the end of each finger, sometimes as long as the finger itself. When the first surprise is past, ask your "sensitive" man to detail exactly what he has seen. He will tell you that the colors of the lights are not the same on all parts of your lody; that your right hand shows a blue light, and your left band a light. lie will insist that there is the Fame difference in color between the "luminous effluvia' of your feet. He 'vill state that the right side of ynur bodv and face is bluish and darker than h the left Fide, which is and much lighter. Cbl.de Rochashns hypnotised, atdif-fercstages, two different subjects at besaTno time and in ui Let us call them A and B. A reported that he could see a luminous or phus; phdresoent' coating oa JJ's body.- - He B'sjratftJi, eye. coiild o yello-v-reddis- h THE WATER nAD ACQUIHED SENSITIVZNESSL THE SaMS yellow-reddis- nt j, 3 11 I ,eugutthfeqia--efb- o T.ii inyri)fmimi the sleep is light his surrounding luminous atmosphere is very faint and shallow ; but when he Is thoroughly hypnotized his luminous atmosphere is intense, aud extends far away from him. The colonel immersed a small wax statue of a roan in this "Hfe" of B that was surrounding his body, and found that when he pricked this statue with a pin, concealed from B's eyes, B could exactly locate the pin pric!s on his own body, and would exclaim: "You are pricking my arm!" or "You are pricking my face with r. pin." Tha colonel could not find that this sensitiveness of B extended more than 15 or 20 feet from his body except in ex- traordmarv cases, This "exteriorization" and transfer of a man's sense cf feeling to inanimate objects has a wonderful bearing on the subject of contagion, in disease. Still another bearing it the same discovery was illustrated by1 Col. de Rochas in an experiment with a magnetized metallic crown. Thi magnetized crown had been originally used for the treatment of a patient In one of the hospitals. When subsequently placed upon the' head of a healthy subject in the ptate of hyp-aiottc lethargy this, subject showed every symptom of the disease from which the patient who originally wore. the crown suffered. In other words, pa- the "luminous effuria" of the tient JiocI so permeated tlie crowu that when It Was nlrrerjj un th? "head oi a "weli man and . .tlie than hvnritixed iu I' rftV "When so-call- '. , T - thgpown. jamww candidate; and therefore the solid rote of Pennsylvania will be cast primarily for Quay, but secondarily, under1 the direction of Quay, for some other can- didate. It will next be noticed Jhat Boss Clarksou, of Iowa, nearly a jjear ugo brought out a candidate in the person of Senator Allison, who will hot only command the vote of thcjjtate of Iowa, but will have a number of delegates from other states. It became apparent recently 'that Maj. MclCinley was likely to havi; r. number oi votes in the state of Illinois, rnd so it has been determined lhat Senator Cuilom shall be brought otit as r. candidate to prevent McKinley from getting votes, with the ultimate ft) n of having the Illinois delegation cast a solid vote for Allison, or name other candidate yet to be determined upon by the, managers. There ore three otheTepublicanjeandidats in tlie persons of Heed, of Maine; of McKinley, of Ohio, and Davi . ol Minnesota: and all of these candid ates are independent of the bosses orl the republican national committee. "ach ne of them stands for himself anjl his own individuality. It is the deterobna' on of the managers of the repub lean national committee that neither ivis. Reed nor McKinley shall receive the nomination: because each of boso prominent republicans is of inde ent spirjt and character. would not submit to tlie douinatlon of political managers he should reach the white htuse. After all of the work which has Ijeen done, and which in being done low, and which is io be'done ly the re pub-Iican manipulators, even if they st ould. niccecu in nominating the man of hen choice, lt will yet be a long way o fbe- fore election day, or before they ican secure the ....... ,W ...(. JU, . .,...,.. ... ...... :M of tfeeir ticket! Munt7 it hu WV L Knti'l , Wwl poHtWi part h? of t r... . v J L th great ten-tioend-'on- d -v-. .WW-..... so.asa last resort, SeiiatorQuayperpsit-teh's name to be used as a presidential d Washington, Feb. 15. (Special.) It seems to be difficult for many republican writers either to understand the condition of our national final ces, or tell the truth about them. It has been recently stated that at the beginning of Cleveland's second term the treasury contained $124 000.000 of gold reserve. There is absolutely no foundation for that statement. .The exact treasury condition during the past three administrations can be briefly told. When Cleveland retired from the presidency in March, 18S9, there vas $197,000,000 in gold in the treasury. There was also on hand a balance of gold, subsidiary coin and other financial assets amounting U $330,30C,000. Thus it w ill be seen that tlie treasury was in a healthy condition, and, during that Cleveland administration of the public debt had been paid. It was certainly a prosperous administration, creditable alike to the democratic party, to President Cleveland and to the entire country. When President Ilarrison came into power there were $197,000,000 of gold and $330,300,000 of surplus. At the conclusion of his administration the cash balance in the treasury, including the gold reserve, amounted to only $102,400,000. During the Harrison ad0 ministration there was paid $105 less on the national debt than was paid during the first Cleveland administration. When the second Cleveland administration began, although liere was nominally in the treasury $62,400,-00- 0 available for the payment of claims against the government, the treas-- , ury was practically bankrupt. As a matter of fact when Secretary Fsstetr left the treasury department, and Secretary Carlisle succeeded him, there was no available money in the treasury, and the retiring republican secretary had been obliged to delay the signing of a draft for $2,000,000 in payment of an Indian oppropriatior., because there was no money in the treasury to meet the draft If it had been drawn. At the beginning of the second term of Groter Cleveland he found the (oun-tr- y on the ete of a financial revolution. This was not entirely chargeable to the republican party, but arose in rrent part from the fact that our credri had been injured abroad jon account of the constant agitations in both houies of congress concerning our financia. policy; that is, as to the instabilityof our financial institutions, because ol the advocacy of monometallism anil bimetallism. The financiers of the iTorld were unable to 'ascertain upon jvhat basis the credit of this country was likely to be finally established; and hence they were unable to make definite arrangements for international and individual exchanges. It was also unfortunate for the country that, in addition to the expenditure of the large balance which had becaleit in the treasury by President Cleveland at the close of his first administration the Harrison administration had also urged upon congress the creatior of a trust fund of $54,000,000 for the, ordinary expenses of the government. This fund was a forced loan by the government, in entire violation of the sanctity of the trust by which it wait created, and the fund was held by thn gov ernment for the redemption of uajional bank notes. concerning financial affairs lire not usually interestTnat but the reading public of the preEenjigen-eratiois composed mainly, of men who think'ns. deeply concerning natiotial affairs as though --they were personally engaged in political manipulations. The present generation is bettjr informed concerning affairs in tb,L national capitot than our predecessors have beeu. Therefore it la ilSpor-tathat no shoul'l have all the .facts aud figures before ur wbea. v uhder- $341,-500,000 Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office up stairs over New York Store, corner 46- Mtn and First streets. Richmond. hours, 0ncs SmithM.building. ; t:oo 9:00 to u to limited to dentistry. Main Street. P M. 3", be Bide Grass flerd OF 8 Mrs. Goldbrlck (who has detected flour on her husband's coat collar) How do you like the new pastry cook, my love? Truth. Idea from Tassar. "Such funny names out west." said she, "Yet 'twould have been much xnort unique If they had bullded "Wounded Knee Upon the banks of Cripple Creek!" Chicago Record. A Lead-IMp- e yf wj'BjKpfcjjSgflFjHMft a? THOaOBGHBXED RED HOGS. MY BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE BEST .u.i.RDS ol this famon breed of swine in several Hiffr.nf for sale. Bred sows a 8pecialty. Satufaction apienuiu 10C 01 .pigs of different ages, guaranteed. Correspondence aolidted. Address. R. H. BRONHUGH, Proprietor, Crab Orchard, Ky 000,-00- Ecks I wish I were one of those fellows who are supposed to do the talking' in Jokes. Ample Why? Ecka Because when one of them has anything bright to say. there's always some one to help him along by asking: Why? or How? or. In what way? N. Y. Recorder. At the Metropolitan Musaom. Underhill (a crusty old bachelor) There, that's Minerva, the Goddess of Wisdom. She never got married. Artful Widow No; but this 1b Kinir Solomor, the wisest man that ever lived. He married a thousand tlmes.- - Clncli. ITTTO ...Laces, Embroideries and Hosiery at... ....Sale of Dry Goods and Notions, Dress Goods and Trimmings.... Truth. w To Cf ed IT Knife. - I our line DRESS GIBSON'S. CALLED Stranger (sarcastically) I hear yon use a knife In partaking- of your water here. Chicago Man (with dignity) Possibly some of the lower classes use a knife, but everybody who is anybody uses a fork, sir, Detroit Tribune. Capes, Jackets and Cloaks in all the newest styles. Flannels, Blankets xxi all kinds of Woolen Goods at prices never before named in this market. SPECIAL ATTENTION &Z15 Hew York World, THRICM-WEEIS PACES EDITION- IWEKJIlJJIP y;i m PIPfiRS 1 IE1R K semi-week- ly mean CASH and no goods charged at the prices we will name, we say AT COST FOE CASH WE We mean wnat we say, when i specialty. All these improvement! have been made without any increjse In the cost, which remains at one dollar peryear. We offer this nnrqualed newspaper and the The Climax together, one ye.ir for 51.70. The regular subscription price of th wo papers is $2.60. 34 I larger than any weekly or paper published, and is the YOURSELF that ony important .Democratic ''weekly" you will know we mean wt aie in earneat by calllingand pricing our (tooda the business. Th fact is w have MORE GOODS tha published in New York City. Three times money hence oui determination to axebanxe one for tha other. The gteat as larue as the leading Republican weekly of New York City. It will be of especial advantage to you during the fl TTT. PSTTITTIEST AT C? A as it is published every otherday, except Sunday, aud has all "the freshness and timeliness of a daily. It combines all & the news with a long list of interesting departments, unique features, cartoons and Corntr Second and Main St. graphic illustrations, the latter being a gHtUrtafc PtttftrRS Is yp 36 DAYS CASH SALE IS NOW WHITE GIBSON'S, '"5 ' iiJ " Pr 3U Mm Madison Monumental Works, MANUFACTURKK AND DKALKR IS V rasgk ifetsy & 4P W - B.nJkV' n SiAiftifeflA if OST IN QUANTITY. BESTIN QUALITY S8fr IfBUiMIlUli J WHITE'S GHEMI Z imm ilKilSlA f'S HM1 i m SSS3LW fi fCJp-SH8- m SEB HHBV EHBl)mH PH fe Wl. flgKL II I'VII Fon(gii - and - Amerieu MD Tombs, GRANITE - Ifax He MONUMENTS, Tablets, Headstones, Urns, Statuary, Etc FINE WORX A SPECIALTT v iL, " e nt earned bv well infonwod mM ui - o 4f t -- ff M -- nswcBntj fluaoreunsaiWhich. K JKJW VbifVt iO IXifUi. 6. -- I1 - Jr; L 7tftH? - f H oftvciM "Z led.. WORM R.meWJ SUilLfce - 7HBB SBHA r - lUAFMUlfctB.f "f.,. 1 YHt S o' .' " . ' -- " "r "n . wi ..-- ,"1,M.1 It .iBn9 'o , yrz . ujp1 "JSSSL. isjt fat ylBIJI .i Mr Ppnr"MBfijnl&i HLLLK It . e Dl. , i ks$ ' B - Ji ""'- -" -- - Brl& W ' MMti unmfriiiiBJai VriBBlBrffPfT?NBTBnhMttMtM bVbVjVjVjVbbVbvjVjVbVjbbVbVbVjbbVjVjVbVjVjbVjVjV 1111 in . I W- - I a- ?' ? " i inchester Democrat I ., " Freei Dr. Chilian Allan, whose recent death iu your ritv the career of a oiue 13 "Nearly forty years ago, after -- 15S&.SS$SSSSSS$SS5Cpromiitei.t H'.id very reinarkibh- - family, ' 13 " some weeks of sickness, my hair well known Jo the older residents there' iD began using Ayert ttinied gray, fe of, anil of vvhttiu some rewollcciinr 1 FOXTOWN PRECINCT NO. ! 0 JIaijr Vigor, and was so well satisTimes-Uniomight he interesting. Perhaps the "nev Whittaker Harriett 109 , .3 Batterton Mrs Sucn 130 fied with the results that I have men and women'' of this new r.i(Iro:ii and.. ,.'ire Weekly Courier-JournBLACK. " " never tried any other kind of dress acre land it 30 center might cure to know something o emigrated to old Mexico. RICHMOND RRECIM.T. S ing. It requires only 2 10 ...TbeCumax-- h Clark Wm zard. 3 considered chilil ever those upon whose lu-- t thev tread. WhDNKSDAY. FEB, 2o, - 1MH5 Louisville ha 145 miles of street-ca- r an occasional applSirs. Annie Wilcox, wife of James Wil- Imhii Both Qtie year for $1.60 1 Town Lot Oozier Robt 10 7 20 Ballew, Crecia $ It lalketl "ly. These are the The liHgniiiiiig of ihe AIIhii funilv i ication of track. cox, died at the home of her laughter words that its-iid- : " " Dozier Wm M 15 3" Breck. Burgovne 31 Tyird! Oh, Lord! Winchester was told by the late Ipaa Oh, ....TIE raCUR PRICE FllS THIS ?irB UOM.... Ex-- l o.noubssm v. II ustkk. of Ohio, Sear Pulsski, Tennessee, on Thursday, Mis S. W. Witt. She wasa member of Oh, l.onl In h f" minutes t spoke F.voetl, of 2 10 Burgin, Martha " " 40 W-Iuisville, Ky., in the folhave made a special contract with Gess John S Hiimiiiul suicide, SatuMay, for 110 ap- 54 head of stock were burned in the bain the Christian church. She will be mist1 " " 10 Benna, Charlie " a.aiii, MViii: 'Oh, Lord!' Called lowing words: tlial greatest Democratic paper published, King Sam (N R) 25 " parent cttiixs. Hair Vigor to keep of S. P. White. ed by her friends and relatives " ", 1 5 1 Town Lot Burton Sam "One hazv afternoon iu October about iiiiiim main , rii iv times. Bon. which we King.Wm-the Weekly Courier-Journa- l, my hair of good Foxhall Keene's blai-fil ili. 5 t (i ii'cliH-k- a Clay Calvin rolt Domino, lUa'cw,ic.vM;.-ai-r.ink- f at 1 oV'ock. a330XjTJ"XE-T.- T Moore Slary E 70 " the year 1800 the sun set upon a gioup Uncle Tommv Wannouth has come are enabled to furnish it .rt are m-- t dwelling remove to color, " ' 6 20 Clay has. been declared out of the .suburban l'ne lul.v as linrn a efon", big of three travelers on horsehai k as they " Lizzie "ottonsburg to live. Look out widows year to subscribers Puckett James 25 FSEEforoae tSMUer in unity Hntiiley mid IIitHtot to heal Tiire.ife. .1 C7jWM.i dandruff, 6 20 Robeison Spicy D. 50 " i! Handicap. Campbell Mat Jr " are making fai es at each other. ofliiE O.IMV.T who will pay the recu-la- - Woolutns Brother .Mart, John andJ.T Deboe child lookol like it was two months old I came over the foiihi'ls of Ihe Blu Ridge itcluns humors, and prevent the 1 ' " 10 Joel 10 Judge John R Grace, of the Kei.tu. k Cobb Malinda " orice, L, one vear in advance, The ill my Alex Ray a visit on Saturday liad fixed the tootle r rfiul .mo jiiri tvihed .Mountains fr n Vvumpb i"o Kei t''ck hair, from falling out I never hesi' 60 2 Weddle Cyrus 'They say" that Rilley Breckinridge Cotirtof Appeals, representing the liiri The group consisted of a woman and two for ihe tilings to Ha Cobb Squire " when il Weekly Courier Journal, published at night and pieach at Gilt ad on Sunday. tate) to recommend Ayer's medicines large boys upon three hoists. 'Ihe boyi i a cNHiliilalc for I ongrej-- in the old Till, district, coiiiineiu ed to hi t a ittle. In a miiiutt died suddently at Frankfoit, on " ChtnaultTobe UNION TRECINCT NO. 3. Watterson, Eto my friends." Mrs. II. M. IIaight, Iouisvtlle, Kv Henry Whhtakerdied feb lUaged the little thing and and tkat means a whole lot. " Thursday. ip ied its eye- -, looked were Archie their Chilton Allen and tin Avoca, iNebr. 60 Duncan H and wife " ditorin addition to all political news, Denny Nancy Hrs 5 - " 84 ear. She has lived out a gifid, lion above mother. They showei oinan whs and opened its nioiitn and sain: ' Deatherage Sim " Sliecel-I.iii- i'. ' " In &t. Louis, on Thursday, the rop DemareeTB 86 publishes the best Stories, best ly 9 20 which On, . st life ami raided a tkan9e s it Htny seetn. Keiniblhtans L.rn! On. I.010! 0. , 1.1.1! Toret much fatigue from travel and said th Donahue A & E De- broke and Fnz;. raid fell to the ground is due to a go mother. best of Lewis George (N R) 53 " " IkM Youth's Department, nl FrHMbf rt am get huiiI with ech tithei' 3 ti ..es ils.uo Oh, 1. ro!' and 1 coiilil havt had a weeks favel before them, Boone. " " Jarnatt and had U be lianjjed apiin after a hall everything. The regu'ar subscription Shdton James (N R) o " ami do foolish things jnstlike buiuot-rate- . 'oroiigh being their destination. Th Sath and James Cotton and Glio Tu run, ou.y ll.in .t, irijipleil '" " DnithettTom hour's temb.e biiflerni. Tate Cjs 2 60 price is SI a year. 57 marked bv turnpike dor, have gone to the muuutaii.s to bin luon.er,. uiiu Hsiei Jane i.w.iling her up way which ' IIm.l" Nik, tlie world famous humor6 20 Embry Xicy C- SimiuicII wai robbed of $200 ainl cattle. railroad and telegraph was then only Ycjl Will Want Two Wells Thomas (N R) 61 " and 1 ha.i to niand i iii. iny. " 1 10 " ist Hied at his lnne tter Ashevilie, X. murdrel on the Ohio river hank ne.ii Walton Wash R 12 Embry Rebecca tT They all neaiu 11 Msier Jane .Mac known by blazed trees, nnd you picke (.'.. Ust .NdMrdiv. nyed oly 16 vear. He Jeflursouville " " " Winkler Sallie 86 4 40 Embry WHey EIroy ami Mstir Jane l.ivloi maid it vour wavasbrstyou could. Their sad Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maw. ' as a native ' .Mine. Embry Ben hrs die bags were well tilbd with provision-Hii- d One hundiud persons were killed by a ml ltd poor uirtiua .u.u giamlmu hearo 2LLISTON TRECINCT NO, 4. Sample copies of The Weekly Couripr-JournEmbrv Humphry Rev. SI. Cockerham, of Richmond, it. other wares. Thev bore a sin t gun T'ke Ayer's Sarsaparilla lor the Complexion. Jrsr si bmg i p j!v perst in driv- dvnainite explosion mur Johannehburir, Co., Louisville, Ky. All " Estill Hauen md a rill", and tied to their siddlps w.t Adams Basheba 65 acres preached here tunday at 11 a. in. and at South Afriwi. ing Too little thing lai cimss r.iiliowl then for a ions under this special offer must land " ' 6 Zo Estill Robt miner 7:."0 p. m the frying pan. skillet and coffee pot, and sp ll, anddiiectly it -- poke again, jiim as riks.jM, so Unm will thoy now and At I5ridt:ep.irt. Alabama, 3S milas from " and osme with me, I want to make a be eent through The Climax. So Francis Xed Adams Strother G 6 " Rev IL R. Baird, of Siiholasville, will iiuiuia! as anybody, ami cue,., 'Oh prominent in the group was the "vellow Chattanooga, the boiler of a freight e -the get killed. are crow of you " I got my bat and Wi EKLY COURIER-JOURN" " dog. ' 2 10 Francis Letcher Adams Allie W 25 " " ' pieach at Sylouie SI. E. church next Lord.', s;ine exploded and killed two men. I thuik you are ABSOLUTELY FREE! Amorine John Hrs 1 " ' " "So they settled at Winchester, Archie .stated, butsai to him r 50 Gibbs Mary uuday. Ooxr stamfcl Hot a min11 the poor bale thn.g had spoke auy E. . Campbell, a former clerk of Allan brought with him the profession making a mistake." "Why so," said he. Adkins Louis (N Rj 60 " 4 10 Gently Charlie hrs " ute iH coithidemtg the ChIhih question. Rev. Sir. Reddl preached at Bethel otnei ltd) it Miami nave lun.e.. me States diMrict court, via-- . killed on s.tid I "If youate in earnest you want a of wheelwright. Baker J no D (NR)6q" He plied his trmle for 3 lo Hill Xathan hut HHlte'ttgly rccogmze the Insur- the streets of Nashville, Friday, nut wi.ciil heartl UiuL b.l.e . aoy. just by his Christian ciiurch last sun.'a. cures constlpa Church SIr E Hrs 6 " " 1 awhile and prospered. He then married vorsc looking dai key- than I am." Then vlor.z.ght's Celtiy Tea25c ' 10 Harris Woodson gents as beiliogerHnt, son who is Mipjwsed to be crazy. sitic headaches. at druggists. ChrUtopherCCHist " ' friends in come li.totlnsworluot oiiseiv alio .n.ug-djo.- and went to Sirs. Susan SIcGuiie d " 2 00 Irvine Mariah Hr Louisville, Ky., where he he said he wanted to teach me how to ult iii iin v.nif aim ciy on u, o livery Presidential Post .fli,-- in Ken- Jessamine county last weik. " tormed a partnership with Major Arris use the gun so I could keep thb crows 6 20 Irvine Henry ' B 30 Blackburn ami Hunter would with Ir Dcz'r Curtis wnouieveiy one ol us must turn, tirst or Jasper SI Howard, of Lusbys Mill, last, it ,ave 2 " " Tiirockinoiton and the said Isaac Everett away with it. "All right," said I, "that ilrtw but then whi the difference tucky is now in the hands of Democrats. Fielder WmT 5 90 Irvine SaMie BRIDGEFORP'S niesucli lceiii.ge.,3i iouidu't b-w ill huh me very well ; now I vant to " " 1 S0 Owen county, visited his mother, SIis liaioly i.okl in the hotel business in tha old Wash " Jackson Dave the Lee4tireh'i nothing eke to d tiwnlot liiVM.it Him, scarecrow." Miller II D ington hall on Slain street, between John Howe, and other relatives here " ' and home. GrinCtead Geo W 3 00 'W..eu the nine uaoy, new bum aim Jn we went out to the fields and pracMiller H. D. gd Lh- Saturday, and will remain a few davs. " ' . Gnnt-asmith 410 as..nioj ota sou. oui.i ...nu, miieo ou second and Third streets, of which they ticed upon the robins and blackbirds un cy Miller Son k of the ItujHiblivHiis are abusing f Acres I jnj ijiaile a success. When the old Gait I 00 Hopper Rebecca 4 " Ike SI. Asher, superintendent for . .11111 who is 0111 .,11, acii. t to . CORRESPONDENCE. SEE THEM! iCjUlll. House was built Slajor Throckmorton til he was satisfied to trust me with tin Miller Letcher 4 Town Lots Kmdlev lec8se he iHh-to job. Ohio, has ' Nicola, of Cleveland, , . I 10 James Charlie to .i..siae. win, me t.vciy ,..1 ,.,c EXAMINE THEM ! gun. When we got back to the house litem ih eoHMtikllHs HHwarrnited denre-duti2 '.O Miller Letcher gd tioiignt a half million feet f limber from that it wan asigu for ml them w ho is not md myself (Mr. Everett) took charge of ving Mary Ann 50 " THEM! PURCHASE he told ine to keep the gnu anJ keep tin Lena Phelps Hrs " oh the iHthtiHV of mankind. that, and .Mr. Archie Allan went to " different parties who 'rui." on iherecenf 111 u.e torn to iing F M 67 7 jo Wiill.iceton. cli upon Hiui, ciowv away. So after that I kept the Mitchell Mary " w lure-h- e " " became a very promi2 (o s.eene Anme $o rise iu the river. wiio can 111.1KB GOV. McCkEVKY llsbeeH winked t lucm licn Ul.a nent and Delitjed ' " Mathews Xannie successful commission merchant. gun altogether One Saturday night 1 6" P 5 " ' "ortwooil Jno Edward George, son of Henry tieorge, ixiiuceiit lib the new 00111 O.ibc, aim ,. Ye, some of usbojs can kick high but Itoeonte a chimK lute for Delegate fmni th I was ' " Martin Irvine Me died about 1S4!) leaving a good estate about tne loth of .December, Rhodusjno W Sr 2" 90 Waulen at the penitentiary at Frankfort came to me as a sign that some awlui not as hiuh and haul as the gi-- ls ti the t 'hirngo conven v4e " Mo Millie to bis three daughter who long survived alonu, all the male jielp having gone to Khoiius Ihomas I ' 40 formed a partnership wth SI. F, llu..o.e is oa.a-.iij- . uVtr tola uild ami tHMi, lHt has wot answered what lie will Matthew town. Of course I wasit'i scared or of coun- - has MaikJee W Sto'ie Mrs Jaley 1 " 2 10 I hut km. i, but I loaded the gun Wharton iu his general meichandisc t..s tune .s Cume lor u.e ,,0 ,,,.c w m,,., :iim, namely Sirs. Kate Buckner, Sirs. do bot rt. tv is here stud will leinain some " " Xoland George Helen Brand and Mrs. Archie Parmeafe." and I at it at the beau of my bed: 1 Stivers Louisa Hrs 90" place- - I predict a boom ...10 ineie Wus given u.fc. oiu thai u. business at this 5 ' tin'ief Rice Geo agt SatKe The late .Mrs. Eiistis, the wife of our pulled ihe latchstring on The lushle and Kkktccky's KeimMmiii Ibtse 1H Slessrs. U barton & time is oiioit. l.iai, oaoy sj.oke again YATES NO lieo. Purkey has.M his farm toOreen ing biisiiies for " " J.lrRMH Freiuh nibastador, and who recently j retired. pstKsed a Jrt.j i., num the Stale tax ten tieorge as both are clever gentleman ana caiktl its inauiui.t tluee limes, Statu-..main bouse was a twobtory brick The Bishop George (N Rj " Rhodes Dave Bales and gone back to Big Hill when ied iihrail, was a granddaughter ol he kitchen aojoiniug was a one stoiy; ch4 on tlie liHUlrtnl dullars worth o! uiuinuiu, ina.iiiua, ..na vnei. ,.a Sidney Hunter, an imlxcile mind, n " " ' i;S acres land 17 40 Rhodes Levenia Allan. She whs SIi-- s taxable jnijwrty, whicii is anything Ijhi ne moved from about three months ago -- idiug Helen brick next t. w hicn 1 slept. It was hog r- uu..iiu.t louKcti at ,1 one salu, 'Iajus, levins Allred 30 " " about two miles from heie7 was 60 Scudiler LtHra " " Christopher Ioyston. who was employed liuc.iitr. Returning to Kentucky, we killing time and that day we rendered ii4tHiKtoHH expeitses oiallii), at Uils coliu,' aim " " oKe.l an.. daker Bas S 1 60 Scudder Laura and by the firm of Wallace and Lucas whih found dead in his'Voom last Friday morn ..ne sausage and left it all in iind t liiilon Allan a student of the law lard and made taunt wus ..end " of . C Johns " ' Burnett Bruce 30 " Wm Scudder Sl 3 Hos. C SI Bksett,oI Ohio cnun . t iiauliiigSHW loson a train car a few das ing at the ritidence .wis. 0I.1CK lout llies.tiue slory as Gran in the office of .Mr. William Simpson, the kitchen over night. That night the f outer was a btate pauper idiot. Carpenter An.Iersoti Smith Hockcr .rmerly of SIsiIimmi, app&tib to be tin aao fell olf the car and the logs fell on aa I'oteix.n OnellieiiuaoeU. "Jiy aangn a ho yet wore the continental dress- - silk kitchen took fire and burned briskly " " C31 Those desiring to assi-- t your corres-(ondei- it 10 20 Smallwomt Charlie " Mm It was thought he would imt get HMWt HHHHHMlt IlcintHKB IH lllO IlljlB uj .ti na.T oen a cllpoie sllKe Her mm stockings, with knee breeches aditiMcd both ways, (the quarters of the men be Comehson Robt 7 " " " iu furnishing items lor Stoie Minerva but he is improving. vith silver buckles and silver latchets on ing ntxi to the kitchen) while we slepv itmi be is likely to sHcceed Hon. Job in was ooui, wuoio now 11 veaisoiU. Coy Ie Hardin dotso by wriliig sjune am. To s Casy 75" " 5 ol the Jjist Sunday while Win shoes and big flap pockets on It burned into my room and I was stib Yrkes s ilon was addressing box 12, Valley View, ky. 1 oe lias luuneeii Ui.uiieu, ami this baby 1 10 OrutchfrMildieJ5o" " Tribble Pleas m biisv talking to his best girl, Cummittee. nis long ut vest. It soon became ap asleep. The gun got hot and was di someone you have a Graves Steve M 50 " " " SOLD IN brother or fatoer or olhti waslierscveulh uaiignier. For iiiouliis parent to the casual observer that Chiller charged, the report awoke me, I sup4 10 Turner D..n Jr clianged his saddle when Win. went to Ueloieu.e oaoj cinesne ws a bed en p W of tin- CflKTIT Jl'IMiE CAKTXIU. Garrett Jno I Hrs 250 ' Allan had not mistaken his calling, for he posing that some one had shot at me. I 3 10 Tomlin Harry get on his burse it was dark of c itirseam. ne.ii idative who has tinln antl n . wiu, rneujatisui. 1 nevei iujk mv RICHMOND. Green Julia C 90 " " giuhhi-my gun as I arose. It was hot jHiiim ttist JhK:c5 Pry or. I.ei.-- an Turner Win 2 Acres Land fotgeil a check or distuibed public 5 lie got on wnm- -. But be on conns oil Iu.- - a mouth Ofture, lU. jt.ai .Tew Iinl i.int ami strong as an advocate am' I dropped it (puck. found ! the ooart of Appeals an Hunter Allen J 20 " ' Tribble J hn 1 Town Lot uorelnp or bUS.ected of being imithcile-i1 10 it law Soon the old lawyers began t BY ..... ooii oy jiiei, ami nil the mistake and turned his saddle to ise lO.VTIMJEI) m.tli liei p..o. etHkloil t Kilani-- s f SSOOOa year, aim " " Jackson David a mysterious murder, or who ims, n. 5o WingBcId Millie and went home lejoicinir. xoilnl rise sue vvuiiiaci Jf 'Un, lua: ult, tarry when it was his tune lo talk and IIihj thex Awitfur SifHif, wlto contended White Geo any way, oilended the morals of our town Jackson James L 65" " md take an ixcasionai dame and a nod WASHINGTON AS A POLITICIAN. 3 60 Sir. ami Sirs. R.,l,t. Gentry and family alio 1 woaiu wakualii. m ere esrtitlwl to OHtv j4 joo a year, i Kindred ohn So " " or vicinity, make haste to get them to nit 8 20 Walker Robt oflxK-us- t .ui.. u i.ci mill uaiii she woiiui crv, at each other as he clinched his points Grove were risinngi dative here pay the $3,000. tiiectwl by the iMiit itemsol inKindred Nancy B 124 " " as they wuld be S to Washington Xancy He married the daughter of his pre- I'ltOVIIIEII A OENEUOL'S VINOl.S FEIST FOU Inst week. iiiooin.., iiiaiiiuia, iiiam.iiamid 1 would Walker Owen terest. But if you have idalives or goto Lakes W X 100 " " voi bus; nosriT.vi.iTY ron those 1 60 in.1, all.iso 11 w.. 3 lor weeks ami ceptor, Miss Ann Simpson, (sister of tin A few diusago while Win. A C1UMJE I UK T1!K MIIWK- William,, SaHie and Hack liieinis visiting you or if yoiiiMiiieinpiate " Lewis Mis Mary l " late. Wiilim fcinip.son, for many yeir 5 Wilson werescufiliiig, Hack got hisankle a visit yourself I am expected tj una out weeks oeioie the faby came, j.1 wao " ' merchant and Mienl! of Clark Count " Ler James 5 60 Willis Lizzie . vj.., 1,10. una men 11 wou.u j.., TIh clarjcter of criHie in Kentucky sprained and Win. .t his thumb knock--- d same " without being informed. .ml whose posterity are prominent ii Lamb Lincoln 30 ' " General Greely's article in Slarch 60 White Adams hrs t. '.ii.tniiiia, oiaiiiiua. mama h .s It used to consist chit-fi- ' ami 1 jus. wit i plMce. Jay Ell lit. Walker Xancy Moodv J R (N R) 1 " the result oi .allies' home Journal upon "The Person oeiiee mai 11 i.rew into ihe ciuiU lo u v iVincuester at in kklBsi s and the settleuient of fernis 'IliiLgb sold well at the side of Caleb u ' " viiich union were six bons and oin al Sidij of Washington" wih show that " White Frank town lot oat oojiistas iu. Luotiiei cued Oeiore it 5 00 ihmi nly." Women were neierin- - niiiiii, aturd.iy, com brought SO " put Yates M"aggie Rose SIr Rebecca .ao born, liables can take marKs and -- 11 daughter, ho came iu the following 0r" Washington was largely influenced by his PilllOlil. olvod. Kukhix woakl go to a jail, o- 'iishel. E. W. Uaker Ixiu-- ht .1 a sa.idit " " ' S4 acres land 2 10 FOXIOWN PRECINCT. NO 2 '"" ul onapec no.11 wimi iu, mo.liei der: nines, Frank, SI irv, Henry t:iay, environments, but also that he steadily t a hHse, aiiJ take a man wit ituu and hisbon Slurriil hav eeec, J. P. iiaro for $30. idiiey Rogers James 25 ' " William and Danie' tended toward the Jiigucr standards of Bently Mary S Acres Land alia 1 ucieit urn, col... ioK i.uUi . hiiog him. Two or more men woukl Web-te- r, Andy Ciiiii ami wife left for Fairlund, been to the mountains buvingsbK-kall of whom save Si'luey die. ears Lnciuda I town he present age, especially as regards his " Burgin Strother 5 ..o .ouinci lociy so. uirt on the ttreelf or the pHUic high III., a few dart. ago. of consumption, while the 'mother ami h.ibils and ideals. Of the first election Sidney Winkler will move to Indian:, 4 " " They will make that lot liiccmiuo mouiersaid: Son-i- t 4 00 CheoaHltChasXRj" dillci wat and stioot it mt. is their future home. fither lived health v and handsome to in vvl icli he actively participated Gener soon. ' j..o uj loJd Maggie Hr 230 " " u.u Bile, 17 90 Chenault Chas X R 6 " I iiijjru uiiu oomty horror ent. Look at llw Marii-o.dage. It was my lot to be a slave in al Greelv writes: "In bis younger day-Witt George (X RJ 25 " " Mrs. Davie McCulIuni is very ill Sidney Slaples, Clay Citv, has been .oe u iicu n. il uV.icu uu l..u " 3" Fo Richard in Siirii a atan ami wmian w re mnr- ia.i.. the family and to nurse Woriel John A I James, Wjlliau Washington extended at his tiist election " d.-rtniee ..mi, a..a nitn uuutu aain, and 1. F. Hootmg Mariah 6 " 5 " is buildinga new barn on huv ing ties along the R S. I & B. awl lite iHWse Imnietl down over Woolery Ztredda Hrs 37 " hospitality, w Inch, the usuii 1 10 Preaching at Speedwell net Satuiday, t el. it ui.uj 2: a..i, ami Ultll ,k (. e(l ami Henry Clay to their death Phelps Walter " " their Iun4 boflies. Tliat was closely fo - C H. Bikeisfarm. William-- , Wm (N K ) Smith, ot Madison County. in those .e .n. ic .lines, uui. u, eu u uied." in the minimum Bro. Caldwell. 40 3 " Smith Scott a similar ish in Jackson coun 3 " DaeJohiitoiihashadtwodiiiccbiatIie and Sund.iy night by Kentucky, Tney hail a daughter named amount of food with the maximum tv " " Then came the aful Pearl Itryaii last two weeks. It i3 said lie has moved Shearer Jacob GLAL.KD1.STR.1CTN0. Prof. SIcGuire abandoned his writing 6. Ann wh so in became an oiphan and amount of spirits. We fiud him paying deeil ih Campbell coflutv, ami now two to Kirksiiiie. Toomey Wm. S " A liEMAMvAHLK class. HUNG JURY. " " Uurnell Wm J SS w.tsreired by her grandmother. an ncciunt fur such an entertainment for 3 wtHiHMt are wunlereil in Bruckeii coiintv Will Watson reieived a erv bad cut Prof. Johnson postponed teaching his ' ' Chasteen John 2 UNION PRECINCT, NO 3. tJames was the si holar of thi- - scholarlv sonic four hundred voters. v here the ac60 hiki the lHHe lnirne-- over their lifeless in the h-A funny trial took place Sutimluy by Wling in the music class till weather and and attend-aui-- e C'oley Mis Pohy at Stanton, family, a linguist and a tctcher of lai -- count was thieeshilling, for food ami thir Shearer Jack 6 " Is. Ik-- -. Tliesv four 8es were closeU Drive wheel at Wallace & Powell county, the other day . improve. A ' " (N.K) SS eldest, hut the ty .seven for liquoia. 2 60 of the ELLISTON PRECINCT, NO 4. lre!dtl by the maahle tragedy at mill: Dr. I.usk, of Berea. wasllyott's Paw John Dalton put up a wood and black- taineer was at rested on a warrant iiioun gu.ges. to He was thewas a young law- average drinker may, The capacity placed chargCooper Tipton (X R) 57 second die. Frank sunimoned 3 5 perhaps, he ung Ihown ami to dresss the wounds. Ismisvilleitt whidi Bates WmX R ir Acres Land ing him with a misdemeanor, and yer of rare brilliance and of great prom at llnee quarts at a sitting, as derived Fowler Mary M I acre land It took tluee smith shop at home. 60 ilr. CionirHl were ll(linlereL Let Chambers Willis came up in Judge Blackhurn'scouit. tse' He died while on a stitches in the gash. Waison received Golden Mrs John II " " 1 60 visit to Cuba from tuis account, which coveted one Hiram Shiopshire will shortly build .vhicn is go Imi k to kuklHxini: jind street fi :hts if iher Collins Sam ' 11 the Police' ouil of the town. lrmzis about the head and face. Hvatt V m J q acres land with his brother Jamb for his health. hogshead of punch, one barrel of punch, lesidence and blacksmith shop here. 5 o Covington we lain't l anything leUer. The Jiv The defendants attorney demanded a He was the second son but Howard 4 " " " Havs Phil TTt 2 10 5o Prof. R. C. Adams sal uteil J. W. Rilimnlers above 'tteHtiwed, which hav jury, and forthwith six jurymen were die. His mother lived forty the fiist to toity gallons of punch, nine bowls of Embry Wm. " Haley Mrs Matilda town lot 1 years after punch, forty five gallons of wineaud forUnion Uily. 00 Estill del! Riddell said: unijt no'lung summoned to tiy thec.se. Five of them ofiirrel ih itbjiitrts nimv month- - have John 3 Hulett Wm M (N R) his death hut nevei recovered trom the ty seven gallons of beer. Washington, more to do with von." Thus Adams helHje'. done wore to 4eken Kei.titckj's jwge- Estill Dolly ereobjecled to by theattonievs, and only shock ii gave her, She was a ' ' ' 1 60 23 acresland perpetual vv ho was not present, expressed his surMissElzn Jones, daughter of the late tried to shoot Riddell, but was prevente one was Uiaii all the kiiklnxiii and feuds of a accepted, a man named Killeu. .nouriier for the lestof her life, Faulkner Ed X R4 Tij P tiS ' " Iluett a fresh prise at their moderation, aud wrote his Marcelhis Jones, is critically ill. ND 4 60 by his wife and father. iitury Jmvedone. After borne parleying the attorneys on cau-- e being ' Green Haden " Johnson Beverly S 8 " " added every few ears by an agent that he feared he had not been lib 1 40 ForTTeO max. The Pine Grove Dramatic Club enter-dtie- d ooth sides agieed that the case should be otner " " Johnson OXt.Y 0 SKCHN'tS l)F FUX. death, and so her life was spent in eial enough, am expressed the hope that F 27 " ' 2 60 Hackett Tom HIS nWVs.i)2lS. hereon theSth, huttheinclemen riedby the one jiuor. Harris Martha Hrs 36- nursing and mourning. She outlived Kinnard David A 5 " " he had not neglected those who had votcy of tne weather preventeil their sue 5" The testimony was introduced, the them KingcaidSam His 100" " Johnson Richard 20 prize-Sgah save .idnev. As a rule all ed in the opposition. which ha kep-Thst aw II V S Jl. 1IACK1.KV. e;s. 4 10 Judge gave his iutiuctio s tothe"juiy,'K wotoers are devoted, Lewis W D 6 " " ilte MMthwest fctirred lip fur the st si but she was the 3 I lo Kavanaugh Joe "His reflective mind and acute obserSome of our farmers caught and killed 'Tvviiz me that undertook to wash. uui the case was argued at length by the most devoted Mayo Landen 2 " I. .T. 1'. Simmons, Sheriff of Lamb Jerry Hrs 4 ' " mother I ever saw. She vation soon noted the ravages made by month, m MhhIIv Insen 'pulletl off," three of 7" the dog that have been doing so And me thet made a slosh ittorneyson bi.tn sides. At the conclu- was physic illy a healthy woman, but Marshall Tom Low man Henry 5 hih! IhMcI only one miiiHte ami thirty-ri- v 3 she drink, and doubtless confirmed that per- Madison County, will offer sit Pub60 0' the whole business. much damage aiming sheep recently. sion of the aixume.it the "jury'- - was told wasa bunch of Okl ha in Vina S foHt-'hMillion John V,' (X R) 45 scoHds'. It sympathetic nerves and sonal moderation which never permitted lic Sale, in on the Me.i-im- h I lo t Jane w uz sick, so I thought I'd maki oieiire a.ul consider the cae. The lone front of the It is retried that some miscreant re Phelps Geo Merrett Elizabeth I town lot every jittig of her offspring went to her him to run into excess of any kind. In side nl the Kn iraide, not far from 4 3 00 things go Owens Margaret 22 acres land Ijrigtrr. Texai, wherever that town is eeutly killed one of Mr Vm. Well's horses Same's she did. only better, don't yon .urortook the papers ami with a solemn inuiOft soul and she suffered the torture the Provincial army, when general go Yates Rachel and dignilied mien retired to the juiy of the damned forthe ills of her .in his stable and wounded one of his s Pigg Hiram J 10 " " FitzsHto-- go4 in a riMsinjj good lick children. charges of drunkenness were made 3 know ! YATES PRECINCT, NO 5. room. After stay in out for over half an William Vas the third to to die. He against the Virginia troops, there was no Piggjohn 160 ! " " Mnir," chin ami that settled it. soil's. 3 30 For I a'.lus thought in Richmond, Ky., on hour the jury returned to the court was an artist and both he " " agt Mrs E Jackson 20 acres Ballew Polly 3 Acres Land Tuesday M1mt via" eiii4es' f.ir lo srt- - mils more. and his shter vv ord W ashington persiuially Sir. Jas W 1 10 lie Slen bed sense where women had ooui an I handed ihe J udgea paper upon Broaddus Jennie 10 " .Mary werestudents of thelate Joel T. Halt Pointer Sarah 2 acres land " Then the$IO)Ot) wa iwhI over and the Risk and SLiss Sl.utie Wells wee united early deplored it as had, moreover, thus 70 naugnt; .vhicn was written: IVlch. ' who died in Florence, Itnlv, a few years Powell Mote 5 " " s.torsw w e;t ltmH The long p nMl of in iiiHtriino-i- at the home of the bride's 30 ' 60 Dunson Lucy serious vice, forbade u uy stringent or- So I judged. ' Uo tl... jury ate unable to ngreeupon :.. ia ... . .ra.fo ...I .,.,.1 Powell Allen (X R) " Finny Susan nreparati n, the immiMise amount of talk ..iiik-- . M. .mo .ui. jiio. .IT fi j'.ioer ,o"- - He died iu the ac'e of i,.,.i,. unujders, aiid applied a hundred las hes to 16 1 10 .veils verdict. it bein?: County Court Day, be- Powell Wm M e 27 " Alius craved a chance "" W',R iimnarried, but was engaged to a j every Slid the few seconds nipiiml to settle Gamlxie ofllciatetland Mis Lnla Fonl Hill Kittie 6 " .., found drunk. Still lnlpr 60 , uiau u.uaji roreman , Sliss Bet tie Jackson, who married his L rote tha' Gin shops served to uiiu the tween the hours of 10 A. M and G Ryan Mrs Mollie I " " and Sir Thos. Taylor were the atten To make house work dance, the lestioii after they got to work 80 Mize Iverson 3 " . ... I f This ispiobaoiy the only case on rec I LI An I got it. bnilH Verv iiumerous presents attested is us of the ChiHHHiitii's descriotu 2c .. . . 60 Parks Isaac . . p oprielor and those who make the most P. JI , the following property to Ready Gabriel 10 " " i Chillern "fer school wuz needin' ..... ...inere.apiry. cousisiingot only one ward Henrv Clav Allan umh a Rowe James 100 UjlHian -- "Zip, walkeeallee way the cxie.isno iKipularityofbothcontiact-o- g of " " Smith Edith to them,' and in frequent application 3 pay the taxes assessed against Ihe Rice man. tried a case, and the grim huinoi of an I practice I with things clean; artie,s. The presents included glass ids father, Jjttt after Fountain (X R) 1 town lot Yates Jeff Iwk.' Several (i rwmurK in the ITitel his nephew he adds, 'Refrain from tne thing is a keen satire upon the fie-- q his marriage took to same in the year 1S95: Twins me thet 'greel t wash; 'twuz Tanksley Geo W 25 acres land arming as most drink, which is a source ol all evil and Males ami Mexico Iwv' made howiiHir ware, .Jiiim ware, silver ware, stock, etc. 4 60 cut inability of acotitrary jury to reach suitable to his health. He GLADG PRKCINCT, NO. 6. me thet wore an tippi-- mien; Turpin Owen 144 " purchased the the ruin of half the workmen of this lenes of tkeHisolve? ami fev.-ra-l Mwt" e:c. One oiithiisiastic frieml havimr no 4 60 Ferl kuewhouie work wuz light, a verdict. Beattyville EuteipiUe, IfjslatHres Imve snanier-- l davn and othei present to give, brought a fat hog's farm then known ab the Skin country!.'" hcutiful BIy the Sidney Wallace James VV (X R) 1 Acre Land An' would flee before my might, dull irs of the Win. luster n I iter farm, one mile fn-time ami mouev Jo joue.which wasthaukfully accepted. Sir 2Z acres. land Boge Dave " 3 6 RICHMOND PKKC.S.CT, NO. I. 3 LOOIViLLE TOBACCO MAR- -. the old Paris dirt r.nl. Thev had a T' "idow of Chief Justice Waite died So 1 knew. this fiht, aid even Congress Risk is a Republican and his bride is a Whitimore Henry 2 years 50 acres 2 10 Blythe Eliza 23 night Democ-atdaughter and called her Bart. am A In... " u Hslingtou, Slauv friends extend con- There warn't no help to be lied, itself lias f.Hixht a DMi'id or two over ' Ki,T. Bolton N B hrs Burnam Charlie Sr 6 00 " XIRKSVILI.E PRECINCT, NO. 7, I ih 'Hsjiii w bile tlOM-iid' (named for the f.t...ons love song). It One l)u tired lives were lost on the Hallanl Mary Alts p opie gratulations. Dunson Eliza 2 Jane cooked breakfast, then crawled in ai ' 1.: 00 Brown Irvine i Town Lot was my lotto live with them. He came Black sea in the recent storm. al1 nvr the omitrv rtiltbcr Heckeil By her Mrs Malvina Some three or four of our citizens conDiggs Sidney 2" bed. So Campbell Thos Hrs CUUMSIIKI) HV CUIVKK .t miHUKTT, LOUIS tliem- - olv" out of the hnttse oueday with Jus gim,in sjmsms trying to w e the template moving to Illinois soon. Denny Amanda 2 Iu Ilaipoot Province alone .10,001 Ar Buh Joe Admr Sam HenWeak as a cat, V1I.LK lOU.VCCO WAKKIlOUsK. A cres Land 22 50 Denham WmX hand and sail : "Ge rge, get your hat meniaiii weie killed by the Turks. fish liefore It'fo-i- pliwe The derson I easv made niy iiie an got the ' .Mr Elijah Lsmpkius will ell his house1 " - 5 Elkinlob 15 R14" " Robt 2 lo (iHesji.iH. tli ArHoiiixH oHicheri.fc hold eH'oWs Bea'tyii'le Real Estate water bet; the lalterpirtof this week Farris Charlie " 6 I Sj Gordon Sam 1 Acre Land 60 aol the Ctib in wtr cHHiiiiiol Iwve unt and will stHrt vvesvsoon. Exchange Co 'Twuz then the fun begun 6,000 00 Hill Silas ..' Sales ou our market this week jnst Farris Jessie ' ' I I' 3 " S " ln-- i m ire attouM'tii Uihh Uiis sH-rlittle Instil amounted to 4,700 hh. is. with re30 Francis Sam sw eat. The recent snap h.is been hard on " CIoweiR-" C (non res) I 'J 3 5 Kelley Xannie E 1 Town Lot fi it that lasted little more than a uiiu-ut- e early ceipts for the same period :0i:5 hint- -. 5 00 Green Robt It!ickmv thumbs with pins, Iambs, but they seem generally to 1 Crews O W Town Lot 4 o Kennard Mary A 150 Acres Land jnd a half. Sahs on our market since January lM A'doiu' p"iiamo for my sins, 30 60 Gentry Mat X R 4 Acres Land have come through fairly well. Clay I.awnv (non res) I 2o 00 Moore C C " uu muted to SJ,7o0 hints. Sale of the 43 6 jo Ingram Philip Es I believe. " " O d Boreas' recent visit enabled people C F Catnphll sO 3 00 Merrett Mrs Boone 72 ' "V3 IS VHAT VE WANT. 5 " 20 40 Kennedy Ashford Siaslo Scitsaces Froa S jveral t keep some of his war material with I, sweatin', scrubbed the white things rop of 1SH3 on our market to this date " " 43 IJiimai J W and C T Xorris Charlie 1 1 1 3NriB3 Town Lot inioiint IO.k'S,llO lllldrl. 0? vv NT3 2EY OLOTHINCr, SHOES 5 00 Kennedy Jane 1 Town Lot which to combat Old Sol next summer. Ve 1b States. 60 white, 2 00 PrewittD. L. 100 Acres There is no iiiiyroyetiient whatever in Land 10 20 McKee Jerry " - Alien 1 3 J)oug'aTwo and one half in.di ice wasgither An' exultiu', got 'em in the kiltie, biliu S 00 Picston D A HAT?, AT HALF 1 Town Lot lite general quality of the new hurley 30 Moore Edna Sine-- GenTa! Wyler h.is taken com ed from SI udd v creek. E Ivvan s I hn H right, 60 Acres Land 3 0o Ross Alex 67 Acres Land cbacco appearing on-omarket ami a 4 69 Miller Isaac s Edua-jinand of tlie Spanish farces ic Cuba, the Green L , i " Qnicker'n Jane. 1 Co 10 00 banders Stewart Talking of loafers, Uniou 'takes the " " 2 large percent of ihe pales are necessarily I lo Farley 'W I. ' h1hii14 are Hiore dHring tHau before and vike " 'llieyM come I ain't awkward but somehow, the J low tigu.-e- s. Moran Ed 2 ' 25 00 Stoll Daniel 3 30 here to loaf if it it There has been no ma 3 60 Peck Wm - , " besides burning a village within six Failey W L kittle overtuin'd, 5 Tudor John Gdj C were raining pjtchf.rks, hailing bomb terial change in the general tone oft e mrles of Havana, have tried to blow up (nnt ji'MfK KateM " " And mixed the soot an' clothes an' Ross Anderson 3 Acres Land 2 00 I 13 shells and old Sick right in the midst of Tudor " 10 market this week. The fine grades of 1 60 a h use in IIvuni. Garrirdtll Hetlte and ashes, an' some w uz burned. Reed Turner I 10 3 Acres Land it all spilling fire and brimstone. Turrv Joe ' leaf which offered, were keenly taken at fjp ' 1 grinned a mighty feeble grin, chililreii flre-- 1 iioti Joseph Crump " Smith Isaac An I 11 3 3 00 Wairen Aithui prices, langing from $15 to $21.50 ami the 2 Traif'H Spland and Thomas Brooks Town Lots 3 o Scott John Grernlesf tC and G r And washed them garments out too while Mandi.ig at the wimlow of his medium to good grades ot leaf, were iu left last week for Illinois' to work during Simpson Anderson Sr " RabniK-ounty- , W Ej)g CO agin, and 16 00 h.ni in 4 . r MIIXION PRECINCT NO 8. active demand at gains from 310 to$!5 the spring and summer Geo Nnland, Tribble Troy 40 Hac'ker'TG " Some depressed. killed the man but his daughter. 2 90 15 00 while a .urge amount of lomiiioti green Jr., and son of Mr. Uay Chambers, and Ages'Saraii ' 22 Acres Land' Hu B.M,? America 7! 2 2 60 Tay lor Lucy X R 5 . ....... IOIKICCO. SOIU IIU'lOW' 20 00 . Iwsby the fin at .Martins Ferry, V. others will leave before the 1st, bound Went at last 'bout two, an.' desp'rit hungj tcrti ff..Lt.l .I'lw "OT1 ...1 ..it i ii, LiT.ru ! Burton Alx; Hrs 33 White Allen ' 60 l- " 2 " glusi w .rkfi, $458,000. lmes Alrh Hannah 3 my washin out. Yi. 15 00 "'" i3.00perhuudie.l. Th re was co isider-- j for tint same state. . 77 -Clark Racfcel X R 91 2 2 60 luelt M,ti. Adi 15. 1 ix So Watts Sam Streaky, stained, disgustin', an how it at.iefai.ing ..ir,,, nce.ps th.s week as 00 K girl agel IS shot her lover and h;r-H- -'i t f'Oui Krllei J?h:i hrs " 6- - " Walker Peter " 41 " 90 6 00 CoxJ.hAX'R come about i;.uimiti iui ui- - wreK lireviotis. ih in St. Louis, and both died. u Coats Reb;cc Hrs 24 ' KingJ-Joi'" II 1 60 6 " 2 60 White Geojr 2 oo say. I can't t,...result no douht i.f nn k.v..i.. u To ... ,.,..,,.w - . Room Cbatfc, Kef cs " Sixty men were killed jn a mine at MauyiiJiMii. Finnic K " 41 6 00 4 Bradford Duzier died the 18th of this But the lino took a sudden notion to coiidlltons iuei it slikely tli.it bah s will j KIRKSVII.LE PRECINCT, NO. by a fire dump exJew3isTle, Colorada VrMalijtiiP t non res) " tiiia 50 " - " 2 5 buVt, month His many friends will miss him. i besiiiieurhateiiriitiltst next vvek Cobb Ettzf A " plosion. Myers Hrs Annis C 6 00 2 Acres Land 1? " 30 Bogie Alex En' them clothes lay wallerin' in the TffMick 1? rtaiau) ts."-- ' lift-- . !.. ll ' The follow ng itiotrftious fiiiv repreDvi.s John H rs " cren M t Moran,Mary - 1 Town Lot Representative Washintrion ofTennes- lJOth 1 2 00 """7" m linn any t .dustt 30 Co sent our maiket forhuiley Ioimcim iSlto " " ,,evl'r l,P,t Muffin in A X R '2 we, wants another lock and dam :..n.... I washed 'em over again, crop: 5 more uutil I see his remains at the MILLION PRECINCT, NO. S J slack-watJO'Xra'llDave will Denny Joe fr X R 2 " b rland river, so thut " En' 1 swore, ef twaz a sin ! " Tnisli (drk or d.imaged) 1 60 75 to U50C grave. Bogie Squire iS Acre Land 2 to 0 kins) III r I.ou jvjch Nashville. " - "- - Foster James I didn't keer. Common colory irash " . "" sr- - 1 lo Barnes Marinh 2 tO .00 6 ui: Corn is selling at Sl.50 per barrel at the I 60 'IJowrijB W unJ yt'Jjr-fTou Gully EniiW Ko far 5173,000 more taxes have been it yi I wuz weak, my head an' hands wuz full Medium to good cot trash 4 00 to it 00 60 crib. 3 'o Chenault Wyattj 3. Cohiiisjf $?$& 1 in in L misville than for Hager Lucit Common lugs not colory 2 00 to the corres-pmdin- g 00 22 1 60 o' pain, " " 1 60 Crews Armstead 25 7-SUVeVOU Rice fo (N R) The present mail carrier rays last 3 50 HtllTohitrui Hrs 64 Loinmon eolurv Inf4 it 4 50 to 17 mi period last year. 6 20 De Jarnatt Frank 9 " 2 IO Thursday was the coldest day that has But I baked some bread for moan' Jane, Medium to good Resrida t & MtQueny-- ' 10 00 Kellev WoJid it col Jugs 7 oo to iioo TIOF.T.T? 1 10 An' hunger tr.ade the eatit, Mrs Ainalie Rives Chanter, novelist, been this winter-Mitchell .Mary Mrs27 2 IO Byrnell ohn -I 8 00 "- r i ' Common to medium leaf B, 00 to o 00 t wn? lonnlllr lo 1 lo Jane ain't ta Jtiled ifie, Rovster Cary a bit; an! Pnnce Pierre Troubetzkoy,a Kniau Standarj Oil Co 4" A S. Hidefillel his icehouse yesterI OO j a.1..,. I.Al ...--. 8 GQ to lo 00 t" 1 Women her got sense, I must admit; Medium to good leaf 5 J.lliv, 60 nobleman, wt-- married "Taeslay jjggr .is Sebastian Robt I Shiffltt m 30 acres land4' . 1 I day, Und Slliet 35 0J to III 00 3o ' I'm bumbled, I'm rifl, I'm sore, Gtaxl toib.e leaf C.iatloltesvillo, Virginia. 60 Turner Jme j M iolm L'foacies SfiiSlctti 4J I J. B. Johnson nxjjanIiiji vocal inusic leaf Long Mar J8 00 to 22 00 Ei " So " Q j xoui' to wadi wo fcelect 3 lo .H:m!MM A ijmropriaUou bill for half a millioa Ukfui J.t 4 jo The ahovJ8H0t,StioftS" - mi. amJ u. , schooiM tiw Btf&A 'QJm&tri)ar Wjwtoo "" more -B-t- ." a XI WMMiOaclHrtK i l to .Tudor Q t" WIW.IMI - . . iwm. UmW Hiofluuitflt o HauAu. iMtMUMtysicn. " r,lt po: IHlimlVn Tt ftlfltn ' 1 .1 . M lt. I vtf"4r.'?' j ma Ui$reu w vs -J. t, SIMMOXS, Ir.C .C .r.- ClS.-.-. mr . L , r w-- -i , ? S2 Sj pt LZ. W. tB C 9 J f" . -. ,. I r. d t. " 3. U f' '. ".:fca : II-- - ar.w f.drSfr9Ui iff Sl'm" V: - cH. & T 'V'l .. 'T . ,. e MS; A " ' A.-1 Miss J)orah Pucket is very ill at presTHE BVBYsTAlKED WITHIN ent. Hop bUmtshe may recover siam mixutk vr,:u irs biriii. The Louisville railway company's net Portwood has the lionQrof having the REN'OII TIPTON', -Editor. earnings sho a agiu of $U!)000 over the oldest woman, she is 104, and eats hearty. O.iklai.d. Fla , people aiegroat-l- v D. P. ARMER, - - Manages. previous year. . Her name is Winnie Ell;. wr light u over ;ri oxlmordii ary ' The tie .UiiiingExchaiigciu New York iu the firoilv of one of iheir Ttt has been opened. rUBLJbHKll XVEBY WkDNKgliAY B number said occui fence being a"ested A log slide ran away down a hill liy iiianv leliab.e witue-s The s o , The Co. campiu Michigan, killed four lneu at a Will and John Hendren have just come as told bv the colored nil-wiin the and -' J ' back with a drove of cattle Florida badlv hurt seven others. We think the ground-ho- g lied since MUCK t'Klt "Sirs. J. 1'.. Thomas nresenteil her fcAlt, $1.50 Fifty families from Cleveland, Ohio, we passed through last week ol the bliz- h islmnd it'- a ilt(,. g;r- on ja 7t have r ME CILIlVlwC ''n WashinRtoa CiiJ' is pending in gress. Con- - KESTUtlKY FAMILY. KECOM.ECTIOVS OF AX jfell Satisfied with Acer's Hair Vigor. i Wsekly Wh-Jom- iI Ahihltlj s Climax Printing - Cottonsbiirg. H Todd Junes C 4 acres land Traynor LJ I town lot TuJor Wm V " Todd R I Tay'or Doctor TJ 7 " Primer Thomas B 30 .crcs land " Wortham J W , " " ." ... 1 2. FOR al Million Mary A 27 " Perkins Pauline X R 12" 4 00 Reynolds Joe T Hr M 37 3 0O Reynold Torn Hrs 6 " 50 00 Sowers Wm S 200 " blunders Alice 30 1 to csebastian Jas M 11 " l 00 Sallee Steve M R 66 " Turner Harriett X R 35 " t 10 5000 4 U ( th-m- oat SI-n- i', c rif tjsr gvttM AYER'S '- '- larg-fami- 1 1 (. pi, Hair Vigor o-- f Valley Vfrw. Tfts idritial Yai al su!-scri-- hr" 1 AL -'- 'I g, e a a4 wt qit (i. I ECONOMIST RANGE. d m .. New-Orlean- s IS-IS- I, iR-I.t- re any-thiug- ot r 1, e rT ll 1 1 ii- -- J&jffll hi htat-CeH- s-- 95 t me sum it Di" t.. ttt pr.-seut- ), .v u-- ..t post-electi- oelly Uays,"-consiste- d For Taxes - ad tin-cas- e 'I Of Land... 1 Sq-ur- e fl ht t ...Town Lots. f " ns Court House Door, st at,-ain- ASonday, T T 296, re-m- iti . I te l,... ad-vi-i- 1. '' i s Is-o- 11 it hw ( Yem-ZHe-I- y linsnPf 191UIby EvgUlioy RUIiy! lioitpipi mnnpiiT; S3E PI'E. ? ur not-o.d- Men's Suits at Half Pribc. Boys Suits at Half Pri(j:e Men's Shoes at Id eens, worth $1.50. Ladies shoes at 75 cent)?, Worih Sr.50. ,: j 4 Porhvood. t &verytlwig In Ihe biovs Mik3 ist Be For Sold T; S 4p ' ii er Don't buy any where - itii see QUE y pi 1 nt pi'iceS. WE Will nn ftvp.rv FIFTY CENTS i lo-0- 1 n e Iaint -- ;,:tsVi s'h is frvtd.c. rr u vBTOSTIi. cJKee ".- 4 Corueiv ir- - n a .:s ! zmmikA '.- Si k; : ; 'Q sr fj htrr- Loyf r. z ; .. zz. -- : ". a H m.m iiH im H - is! 4 j: it -- 5 - T. 'Nh-.'"-- - A - I The etgn, John Farlcv, that - - FEB. 2C, 1S96 has been over the door of his WI- DVESDAY, 'ate place of business tor the Many houses wore filled witli fine past fifty years, has at Jiu.t been painted oveh to make room for gome other name. ilear ice, last week. Thus are old names passing away. Frank Elkin is dangeroiihly sick at Tolie in Town. Lis li&nic in this p'ihcu. Somebody somewhere owns a water P L Gihsm receives The Climax al spaniel named 3'obe. He travels about (irnliaiu, YomiK Co., Toxa. the country from New Orleans up to St. Miss Addie Maupin will Iks saleslady Louis, and East and West hundreds of miles. for Louih V. Todd dry j;oodh. His reputation as a traveler has uoue out far and wide, and tlie train men In a local publication a poet makes all know him personally, or, have heard t t:iato can rhyme, with hull pup. of him, and allow him to ride at will. On -- O I Union hrolHtheuorhHor paying his leather collar is a metal plate with the words : "Tobe; pass him, W. A Tyree." t icjand voting the Democratic ticket. He came in on the L. A X. Saturday 11. A. oosie Kansas' ity writes walked into agent Can'b office aud i .u to- - cannot live wHliout The Cum vx." made himself at home. I.ater ho came M H. Brown ii.vite you to peruse down town and got a bone. He spent bike announcement in another Sunday viewing the town and left Mon day morning on a North bound paseen old- -- THE CI J MAX. Land-mar- k (J one. N w flrocfrr. E. H. Roland is in Cincinnati buying goods. He v ill at once open a groeeryln the house next to Kohei ts H uose on Irvine street. He is an expeiienced grocer, knows the people and their wauls, and tdiould do a good business. Tile Factory Removed. Ballard Case.! It Wanted" -- A. reliable lady or gentleOF The long drawn out cpntest concerning man to distribute samples and maie a James A. BHlI'ard'B mental condition recanvass for our VegThe following are letters uncalled for sulted yesteKlay in a verdict declaring the week ending February 23th. etable Toilet Soaps. $40 to $75 a nijfnth him incapable of attending to his easily made. Address Crofts & Redd'. 342 .Boyd, T J A committee, P. B. Johnson, was toSoO Austin Avenue, Chicago, 111. - Goleman, Cornelison, Mrs AnMr appointed. $0 37 me liatn LIST LETTERS Free Treatment. liouse-to-hon- se busi-t.es- s. Dr. Withersjioon Next Sunday. Fife, Charlie Gririies, CO Harris Mtittie j Hon. C. L. Searcy has bought atrcict of clay land two miles beyond Moberk-- on the It. 2s. I. & B. and will remove his drain-tilfactory to it. He will also make harth and jam tiling. A switch will be put in and the place will be called either Searcy or St. Charles e it Stouflur IwHcht a hit in the addition, at eyiiiinissioiior'b bale, ia for $130. B. J ger. HaMi't II nieneil Yet. Hanker Jim Crutcher got a tandem bike, the other day, thiough agent M. H. Brown, and began at once, to tide about tow n. We didn't make mentiou of it at the time, for we were sure the tiling would throw him and break his- neck aud then we could note the pur chase and the tragedy at one ami the same time But it didn't do it. On the contrary, in true Pap Kullhin style he w ent gliding around, and glid and glode, and has hauled for miles almost every pretty girl in town, and. alas, no accident, so we make a mure mil J mentiou of the matter. a) The Indies of tlie Christi in church have an apron sale aHd cttwly (Hilliut: an enrlv date. i I V WipeiHs look the roml.Monilay Ijm week, as traieller for the Lex-r- i n stove Works. flerea tdepltoue wouldn't work, yes-t- '.n and !tothitK could be heanl from kn k peojrte up there. H rt , laM s ivi of Conway, was week, and like h wise uian, nliel for The Climax. " J B. Stoatler, as trustee of T. B. H.i kett, wih, on next Wednesday, sell t'e tarm near Red House. See ad. IVtty thieves 6tole a numlter of por- am letters from the windows of htisi- hou-e- n in Richmond, Monday ninht in.i-tl- .- ns ie t f ur eorresiwndents all refer to per-s- . y yoMHirmen, going West to had Inrtter j,h or imtgoatall. KavHHrtimli, an old colored of the Calvini-- t faith, died at Je ,.a, her aged 93; Mrs. Mary Lynel iiuti, -t week. Ilieley, aged 94, and Priscilla Bobiusou, - Infant ton of Ans. Harris died of aged 94. hnuietiitisoH TliHrslay, ebriiary 20th Mrs. Lipscomb is from Madison and is I nned at tlie Harris burying ground on the third oldest in the list of great ages. r tiie pike. Her health is perfect, her faculties well l:iliert Brotherton, of Madison preserved and it is prolwble that the itiu.aiid Mfes l'attie Mooro, of this may attain the age of Mrs. Graves. n , ere married at Lexington yester-..- n Whither Have the Rirlim oud Men Gone? WineliesterSun. , - imuie in the Concord vicinity, this "Hie brittle " There are iu Lexington ten venerable Brigade " ladies wh ical and many are the happy hours they spend together in spite of their great aire and residence in different parts of town. They are Mrs. Polly Cloud Graves, aged JM); Mm. Debora Wright, aged 90; Mrs. Jaret Patterson aged 90 ; llrs Bush, aged 90; Mrs. Jacob White aged 90; Mrs. Christian Hersel, aged 90; Mrs. ltobert Featherston, aged 90; Mrs, J'atsy Jones thein-eles'The ' l.an-aste- Of all the merchants in Richmond, The Hone e tlie only four of them were bjrn here. f . and Coyleliould go down to Frank-- l rt and see that the Senate agrees to it They are George W Pickels, Jack Freeman, Colby and John Taylor. Not a feigns it. at: i the physician in Richmond was born here. J.ilni W. Duncan and family have Not oiip of the four or five editors. from the Bright place on iksc-.i,- .l Neither of the railroad agents. Not one 6treet to the double residence oh of the livery men. . N it one of the four W ater street next to Episcopal cliurch. lxmk cashiers; and only three of the j man Parosh bought tlie frame liv- seven bank clerks. Not a hotel proprie en stable, corner of Irvine and 3rd tor. Not a mill mm, or a telegraph ou by him for some years, orator, or contractor or butcher, or bar s'reets, at ..iiimisMonerssale, Friday, for $1,710. proprietor, or carriage works. Nor was the president or principal of any one o Kev. William Crow, Jr. has received the Richmond schools 1) irniu Richmond. all from the First Piesbyterianchtircli, And if any one of the professors or teach1 t,.nKtort, anu will aoeept niton thecoin-- $ ers in the University or Institute can of liis course at the Theological claim this as his or her birthplace, we aiuarj. Louisville, in June. can not recall which it is. Of ail the - V m. Wells, near Union City, has county officers, only Judge Burnam and consulted a fortune teller at Lexington Coroner Brown are Richmond born ; and wti. describes the man that killed Wells's of the City ofliceis oulv Judge Rice and hi. shot two others so minutely Councilman Walker. Is this not wonderful? tliat he has no doubt about who it was. d 1 . rst-aii- Winihester Court. J. A. Ramsey auctioneer reports 350 again. cattle on the market. Oirtrlot good feedPERSONAL. ers brought 4 cts. Good mountain steers SS.oOtoSJTo. 700 lb. steers S3 15. 500 Miss Elise Bennett is in New York. lb. heifers' 1 cts. 700 lb. heifers $2.00. Miss Maggie Chenaujt witnessed Manli One lot cattle shoats 4 cts But little demand for mules and prices were fully Gras festivities in New Orleans. $10 per head lower than lascourt. Mrs. McCreary Mrs. Linds-ihi an elegant reception at the Cocl i n One Hundred And One Thousand. Hotel where six hundred invitatio s That's a strange way of expressing brought together a circloof distinguished numbers, isn't it'? Why not say eleven people. hundred, or. one thousand one hundred? Mrs. J. G. Miller is visiting her fathi Because C stands for one hundred and H. Klein, in Louisville. M for one thousand. C. and M also Mrs. McCown, who has been ettrem ' stand for Covington and Mitchell and for Clothiers and Merchant tailors. They' ly ill at the home of her father, T. 1) Chenault. is much iniproed. ha-received their new hats and Mr. H. J. Streng an officer of the Odd goods. When yon come to FellowsGrand Lodge, went to Lexington, town court day call and st e them. Monday, where he was niet by deleg Horse Thief Caught. from several lodges for the purpose George Stevens, of Gairard county, of conferring degrees of the'order. was arrested here Monday night, by his Col. John Collier, of Somerset, is here brother Tiff Stevens and a man named on internal revenue business. Todd He was taken back in handcuffs, Miss Helen Bennett is visiting friends yesterday. lie is also charged with at Plainvtew. stealing a horse in Woodford, before he Governor J penis Givens, the got the one in Garrard. Louisville financier, is among Stephens is a son of Dave Stevens who his numerous friends in Richmond. used to live at the mouth of Stony Run Branch ou Otter creek, and was killed in Fair Circuit Lincoln county, whither he removed Numerous representatives of Kentucafter waylaying ar.d shooting at R. P. ky assembled in Louisvil'e on the ISth McConland Ah Shearer. Iris said that and arranged a circuit. Madison county George Stevens has already served a was not represented and therefore did the penitentiary. j tenu not get into the circuit. Fair dates were decided on as follows, "A Crock ror Flowers." each association being allotted a week This is not Davy Crockett's chestnut, but history repeats itself, and a Madison aud binding itself to continue its exhibi tion from three to five days during that man is the perpetrator this time! A col ored boy had washed and polibhed a time: " Sliarpsburg, week beginning July 20. china cuspidor and placed it on the floor Winchester week beginning Jirly 27. of a doctor's office, iu this place, where a Danville week heuiuuing August 2. countryman was spitting over the floor Oampbellsville, week beginning August in every direction. Tlie boy kept moving the spittoon in front of him without any 10. Springfield, week beginning August 17. good results. At last the man told the Lebanon, week beginning August 21. boy if he didn't take that thing away he Bardstown, week beginning August 31. would spit" iu it. The boy remarked, Bowling Green, week beginning Sep"that is what I want you to do." tember 7. "Well," said the countryman, "I Franklin, week beginning September thought that was a crock to hold flowers 14. in." Paducah, week beginning September as-istwell-know- Gentry, Mrs Ada Harris, James A Haues, Annie Hob, Mr Jeff his Inst sum- - Irvine, Millie mer's evangelistic work in the mountains Xing, Mrs W B The many friends of this ahledivine, will Law sou, James rejoice at the opportunity of haeriug him Mitchell, Miss Mary Rev.T.D. Withetspoon, a former pastor of the first Presbyterian church, of this place, will preach at that church net Sunday morning, and in the evening Pinki-tone- P- - Enough of the Magnetic Eye Powder to last two weeks w.H be sent to any ona with diseased eyes, such as Granulated Eyelids or Scrofulous Sore Eyes. Describe your case enclose ten cents in stamps. Address Mks. Eliza J. Evans. Taylor Brothers are nowreceiving llieir 182 North 19th Street. pring goods for the farmers. 3 Columbus ' 138-3- SLAUGHTER I iN 9 Ohio. Heiisely'MissiVnjiie Million, MissM-jrLou Taylor, M rs Mattie Terrell, Miss Iila ' Tipton, Thomas E. Tribble, Mary Eliza Walker Miss 15ob "White, Miss Nor.! ' a White, J. B. Wilms, P. Mj , Mrs-Eliz- Sick stomach un ans sick man (or wo ; man.) Why not be well? Sick stomach conn s from poor food, piioi nourishment; meaiiH poor health, poor comfort Shaker Digestive C'oidial means health and a well stoimich. "' If we could examine our st"iuach we would understand why it is that so iitUi will put it out of order. But, unless we are doctms, we neVei see our stomach. We only fiel-it- . We would feel it less if we look fcliakers l)'i (restive Cordial. Shaker Digestive Cordial makis voui stomach digest all the nourishing food you eat, relieves all the symptoms of indigestion, acts as a tonic and &uon maloes you well and strong again. The more you take the less you feel on your stomach. At druggists'. Trial bottle 10 cents. n Health and stiei'gth carry u& through dangers and make nssafe in the presence of peril. A perfectly sttong man with rich, pure blood, has nothinir to fear from germs He inav breathe in the bacilli of consumption with impunity If there is a weak spot w here the germs may find an entrance to tlie tissues, then the trouble begins. Disease irerms propag:i.tt with lightning like rapidity. OnCeinthe blood, the only way to get rid of them is to kill them. This is what Dr. Piercfc's Golden .Medical Discovery is for. It purifies the blood. That means that it kids the germs, but that is only half of what it does. It assists digestion hv stimulating the secretion of digestive fluids, so ptomotiug assimilation and nutrition; purifies and enriches the blood and so supplies the tissues with the food they need. It builds tip strong, healthy flesh and puts the whole body into a diseai-e-re&i-tin- state. Send stamps to cover cost of mailing only anil get his great book, The I'eople'o Comii-otense Medical Adviser, absolutely free- - Address, World's Dispensary Medical Asseciation, No. iG3 Main Street. Buffalo, N Y. 21 one-cen- t Washington Hay Celebration. . the Friday night the opera house was well Oiiiag and Savannah, has beemeviiedt ati. another century elapses you filled to witness the exercises bv the High School. hear the iron horse suortiug between pupils of Caldwell in. viug.on and Richmond, by way o Tlie pupils knew their parts well, and clearly demonstrated that they had re 'Mown ceived thorough training otherwise. The Sir Kuighls, exercises consisted of bong and recitaY"u arespecMllt urged to I e prpsentat tion singly and in concert. Also of esThee-sayii.t- - next regular meeting nl . i i u.ond says and declamations. the i wiini.andery, Tuesday, Mar . oo. evening was by Jenny Myers, daughter That ancient railroad i e scheme, Wants A Wife. The following advertisement comes to us from a dintautcity. From it w e gather that the sehtleman know bwheie to look for something nice in the way of a good and handsome woman. He requests us to forward his mail for rea&ous beat known to himself: WANTED. I desire to open a correspondence with a lady with a view to matrimony. I am thirty-eigh- t years old, ta'.land dark, present a fine appearence, worth twenty thousand dollars and can give the woman I select a good home and kind husband. I would prefer a small or thin lady, good style, fine appearance and some money, not overthir years old. Give right name in answ ering. ty-thr- 21. Open date (probably Hendeison) Sep- tember 5. 28. Owensboro, week beginning October Address-- , i J. Y. Cakver. Care Climax, Richmond, Ky. Npw $1,000 Switchboard. 1 Alli-ntnin- ! of of Wm. Myers. Declamations were by A. What Subject P., son J. K. Gentry, Hairy, son of J. W. Lmisvibe paper announces thecotn-lu,- : Pralher; Ray burn Rucker, grandson of hi ' John D Hamilton, tiionologuiet," Mrs. Sully Rayburn, and Stone, son of W. an.t promises the people a rare treat. C. Gormley. The last named received V r .i like to know what "Old Red" the applau&e of the evening, yet the othti uik about? ers came in for a good share. The six holidaysof the year: January 1, Died. February 22, May 1, July 4, ThanksgivMrs. Eliza Gosser died at her home in ing and Christinas were represented re.the recent additions are the Standard Oil W ooJiord county last Saturday, aged 5'J spectfully by six pretty girls Sadie Co., Wilkes Baxter, R. A. Baxter and ears- - She was the mother of Mrs. L. J. Bdtighman, Annie McColIum. May Richmond Bottling Works. It land, this place, who was at her bed-s- i- Coyle, Willie Traynor, Katie Hackett and Mrs. Baldwin manages the exchange le when the .summons came. Fanuie Prather. and it is wonderful how she keeps up Quarterly Court. with all the people who- want to talk at He Ctnifesses. ART AND ARTISTS. at once. I n the absence of Judge James couut3' Saturday night ex Sheriff Bales reportRichmond system is to be extended The It Burnam. who is ill, by choice of the ed to Jailor Wagers that somebody was to Kirksville, Waco, The Art Amateur for February has for Berea aud other tiar .Monday moruiiig, Hon. C. F. Bur-iia-- ii stealing his (Bales') hogs from the Pump places, and eventually one of its color plates a'charmine Ameriall over the was selected to preside. Tlie dockkin Ruu farm out on the Big Hill pike, county. can landscape, "On theMohawk: Noon," et is larger than Usual. and that he suspected a considerable num bv Edward Cay, A. N. A. The other Contractor Douglas Dead. ber of fellows, any one or al! of whom color plote is ' Sprays of Violets," by Candj Sale. were doubtless guilty, and called their bile simple in execution, Alle.i Douglas died at his home, corner Patty Thum. Toe Epwortli League will have a cau-da- v names. When the name of Pleas Trib-bl- of B. and Walnut streets, in Richmond, both are very attractive, and the student sale at M. H. Browu'sstoie, or the colored, was mentioned, Jailer Wa2:15 o'clock Tuesday morning, Feb. will find the suggestions given in the rc.-iinroom therewith coiiiiecled, gers said: "Hold on; that settles it!" at ruary 25th, 189G, aged 03 years. He had magazine for coping them in oil, water Saturday trom 2 to 9 o'clock p. in. Go Sunday morning he secured the service been blind for a year, aud in feeble health colors, and pastel, thoroughly practical. get some nice candy and help out the of Chief of Police rerrillandthe two men for a longer time. The funeral will take In the additional eight prfges of supple league went to 'fribble's house, near K. C. de place fiom the residence at 11 o'clock ment are working designs for the decora Mr. Wagere tola this forenoon. Burial in the cemetery. tion of China, pot in Richmond. and tor genOne Coal Yard Less. E R. Rotvlaud & Co. have abandoned Tribble that he had been accused of Deceased was a native of the county. eral p.iiuting and embroidery. Thr the coal business. The place they oc stealing chickens, that they had no feearch His wife preceded him to the grave by Magazine itself, as usual abounds with cupied is now used by Collius& Fox in warrant, but if he had no objection they live or six years. He leaves nine good thing- for the mere lover of ait as connection with their livery stable. would go through his house and look for children Mrs. T. li. Karr, Mrs. James well as the aitist Trunks ot tree are He readily consented. Allman, this place, Mrs. Stephen Green given for winter study ; there are art. cles the chickens. There are five yards left. Quantities of corn and coal were found on Red House, Mis. Samuel Denny and on "Marine I'.uming, Fan Painting, md Wants A Parsonage. the lower floor, but no meat. Then Of James Douglas, of Illinois, W. II. Doug Elementary Diawing "What Shall be iu China Painting' is A decree of court is asked to allow the ficer Terrill went up stairs. There he las. of Garrard county, late of this place; the First l.es--o- n considered, and ' 1'he. Tieatoient of Hoses Second Presbyterian church to invest found a whole hog. and called on Wagers Clay, Alfred and Squire, this place. certain money, left by the late CaMwel! to arrest Tribble. But Tribble had not Mr. Douglas was a brick contractor, a on China," Wood carving, Embroidery, Campbell, iu a parsonage. That w ould been idle he was over the high picket brother of Alfred Douglas, the well and Interi'-- Drcia'iou au-- practically l better than to have the pastor living fence of the cemetery and far away. known architect, and together have built treated. Tiu iliuoinitioi.ban exception around every where and anywhere he Wagers rau to Mrs. Tevis's, got a horse many of the best hou6esjn the town and ally fine, : u.oiig them beinj. 'hel't-ttrai- t and pursued. After a good, brisk race, county. an mid a place. For many years he has of Maria Antoinette after Vigee Lebrur, Tribble was taken and lauded in jail. been a member of the brick firm of Har- Angelica Ka'ulfinan after Sir Joshua ReyPictured in the 'limes. He confesses. ris Douglab & Co., and Harris. Rice & nolds, figure studies in erayon hy Henri Times contained Friday's If you want any clever detective work Douglas. He was a member of the .Lieut ine n.iu Jines pictures of the Mason triplets, Alexander done, call on Jailer Wagers. Christian church and a Democrat, but Decoratioi by Chuiles Vuikmar, and a Rankin and Robert,, and stated that the sea vieh, which al! draughtmen should never belonged to any secret order. y photo was kept standing on Auditor 1'rom Kentucky. studi, by Max Claude. All the leading Stone's desk in FranHort, where everyart exhibitions of the month teceive care- 'An Ancient Vase. It has been discovered that Pearl Bryan body thought it three views of one ful and critical notice and there are, as the poorpirlso foully murdered at Ft. Crab Ouciiakd Ky., Feb. 1C, 1S9G. little boy, they look so much alike. In Thomas, near Newport, uasa native Keii usual, siime useful illustrated bints on Editor Climax: , deed there is a marked resemblance. Heraldry. 35 cent. Montague tuckian, as is also the negro, George Jack-soMr. M. H. Pigg writes me you want a They are certainly good looking young-frter- e. Publisher, 23 Union Square, New Y'irk- wno drove the carriage ou the fatal fuller history of the Butler vase I left at. night and supplied tlie missing link in his store. The Listory of that vase is Almus Butterfield a Chicago mere'iant theevideiiceflgainst Wallingand Jackson. this: About 1G95 it was brought to what Plenty And To Spare. of considerable wealth, committed suicide Alexander, Bryan the father of Pearl, is now Middle sex county Virginia by Friday. Robt- - Lawrence, of Hnntsville, Mo., was formerly a resident of Bourbon Coun one James Bush from old England. It wri'ing to renew his subscription to the ty living on Plum Lick, near the Mont, was given to his wife hy her mother as-- a Climax, says incidents ly that lie pro- gomery county line, where Pearl was family keepsake. It was held by the duced enough "heg and hominy" the born. In the same neighborhood is the Bush family till 1784 ivlien it was given Awarded past year, to last him two yearn. The Anson Bryan farm, on which was killed to Mary Bush as a bridal present when Highest Honors World's Falf. trntliis. Mr Lawrenee is a ihriftyjfellow and buried in pioneer times Edward Boone Bhe married CapU Wm. Gary, who then He has grown rich. Having gone a brother of Daniel. Jackson is a native I lived near Williamsburg, Va., and was throcgh the war in Chenault's regiment, of Nicholasvillc Ky. ., given to his daughter Mary when she be went west thirty years ago, without married Andrew H. Seargent in 1810 He Paris Keutuckian Citizen. . any thing. He complains of the mud Dauiel Boone's wife was a Bryan, and moved to Christian county. Ky. in or roads in that section. her brother was the .founder of famous about the year 1834 and was given, to Bryan's Station, Fayette county, aud was John G. Seargent in 1851 when he mv Crossing Again. The Deadly Hail-roa- d killed by the Indians in that locality. ed to the. State of Texas and was, prized Richard Steele, of Clark county, and It has been said that Mrs. Boone, dur- bv him asa family relic of ancient dale, bis brother Johu, of Fmetie, were in ing her husband's long captivity, among and it was brought bavk to Ky. in l.WttJ stantly killed near Tebb's Station. west of the Indians, made tlie same mistake that and was given toits presentowneriu t$4. Winchester, the 0. and 0. passenger poor Pearl Bryan made; but in those The small pfece of le.nl on its side tms train dashing into their buggy, in wjiich days there-- were no dental btudeats to been there "twine 80 years, being put track. They were cut off women's heads, who happened to there by the mother of John G car they among tlie most prominent farmers of vary ifrom the path of virtue. Indeed geiuit.before his brother in 182latidlir . Central Kentucky and were connected jt has also .been said that Mrs. Boone had fore tlie. ritejs family left Buck MOST JJER.PECT MADE Bath Kere lnar-- ; a daughter' who was an habitual sinner in ...with the lest families. jHsT"ei jtud Jeye fawllie. Winfches- - tbfe HrIlMt5 tkHory - ;i 4w Sou, w. jb-u' aajiu&jll. -i . Tvvaii.N inn - . - " T; V ' "i t V go-K- ig e, wood-curvinr Sli-rksu, -- Recently when President Powell and Manager Baldwin w ere in Chicago, thev looked at the great variety of switchboards, and after mature deliberation bought one of two hundred capacity. paying therefor one thousand dollars. It's capacity is just double the old one, but does not occupy but one sixth the space and'ls not half so difficult to manage. It has a terrific night alarm that never stops, upon being turned on, until the operator stops it ; so when it begins to ring the operator just as well get up. The patrons now number 107. Among The dales gave satisfaction tc all conA person is prematurely old when baldcerned, and in arranging them an ness occurs hetore the forty-fift- h year. Use was made to change tlie regulartin.e as Halls Hair Renewer to keep the sculp little as possible. healthy and prevent baldness. BIKES AND BIKING. The entering wedge of a full complaint often a slight cold, which a dose or two Thebicycle girl is putting her foot in it of Aiers Cherry Pectoral might have curwith the bloomers already, and ono of ed at the commencement. Therefore it is our enthusiastic wheelivoinen had a ter- advisable to have this prompt and snre rible scare this week which she is triing remedy always at hand to meet an emerto keep from the public. gency. This girl wears bloomers under a skirt, That the blood should perform its vital and on the afternoon of the trouble she was making a hurried toilet in her room. functions, it is absolutely necessary it No one knows what she was thinking should not only be pure hut rich in elements. T he-.- resiiltsarebest efabout, but her mind must have taken an indefinite leave of absence tl at is plain. fected bv the use of that She got up on a chair to get a better view staiHiaru oioou puruier, Ayers fcar&apj-lillof her underpinning in the somewhat small mirrowon her toilet-tabl- e I he Proper Time and a few seconds later the family w ere aroused by When tlie most benefit is to be derived the cry, '"Oh, come, do come, 1 am para- from a good medicine, is early in the lyzed; come quick!" j ear. This is the season when the tired Ever) body in the house rushed in and body, weakened organs and nervous (sys there &tood thtfafllicte' girl on the chair tem yearn for .a building-u- p medicine apparently in a helpless condition andns like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Many wait for her sister caught hold of her she fell the open spring weather and, in fact deheadlong to the floor. There were eries lay giving attention to their physical conof "run for the doctor," ' pick her up" dition so long that a long siege of sickand "'oh. the poor, poor near " and some lies" is ineiitable. To rid the system of the bystanders begun taking off her of the impurities accumulated during clothes in order to hnsten the do tor's the winter season, to purify the bood examination ot the slrit ken side as much and to invigorate the whoresistem, )iere as possible. And then they found she is nothing equal td Hood's Sarsaparilla. had put both feet in one leg of her bloom- Don't put it off, but take Hood's Saraap-aril- la ers, thereby trying to make a menuHid o now. It will do you good. Bead herself. Tattler in Louisville Times. the testimonials published iu behalf of ilife-giviwell-know- n a. With but little careand no trouble, the heanl and mustache can be kept a unis form brown or black color by using Die for the Whiskers. Buck-ingham- u. r. Armer nas sometning new in U guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipaplated Sterhngsilver in&iiJTea and Tabid tion, or money refunded. o cents per box. Send tvo stamps for circular and Spoons. They are the best in the mar Free Sample to Martin Rudy, Registered ket, and as cheap as other geods but they rharrnacist, Lancaster, fa. No Postal. are warranted to waer twenty-fiv- e years. s nwered. For sale by all 35- Don't fail to see them. everywhere, and in Berea. Ky , lnigjji iv-E. Welch, Jr 7.6 Climax and Cincinnati weekly Enquirer, one year, $1.35. For salt send to Riclimond Warehouse Climax and weekly Courier-Journa- l, 5 md Coal Yard. one vear, $1.50. Climax anil Thrice-a-WeeNew York .Ship stuff, corn, oats', hay and other World, one year, $1.70. kiuds or fy.ed at .Richmond Warehonse Climax and any other, newspaper or 34-JCoal Yard. magazine cheaper than you can possibly come to town Farmers, wbeu-yo- u ve get it from the publishers. Taylor Brothers a call, and get prices on In Olden Times plows, harrows and hardware, and vou wonUuive to go any place else, for they People overlooked the importanceof per 34- will suit you. manently beneficial effects and were sat- - j isiieu with transient action; but now that Taylor Brothers islhe place to get the it is generally known that Syrup of figs Disc Harrow none better in the market, will ninTi!iniiilvnv.rlvli,;in.i 34- stipation, well iuforraered people will Taylor Brothers is the place to get any not buy other laxatives, which act for a thing in the hardware line at bottjiu time, but finely injure the system. 34- prices. Prompt courteous and genera treat ment, with lowest prices and honest Thrw way His Uanm. methods at Richmond Warehouse and Mr. I). Wiley, ex postmaster, Black Coal Yard. 34.37 Creek, N. Y., was so badly afflicted w ith Taylor Brothers have on hand rheumatism that he was only able to Vulcan Plows, the best in the iiobble around with canes, and even then After using world, so says everybody that has ever it caused him great pain. 34- 'hamberlain's Pain Balm he was so used one. much improved that he threw away "his canes. He says this liniment did him uio.re iroml than all other medicines jnd treatment put together. For sale at 50 cents per bottle by Hagan's Pharmsc. The little (laughter of Mr. Fred Webber, Holland, Mass., had a very bad cold d and cough which not been able to cure with any thing. I gave him t. 2o cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy says W. P. Holden, merchant and postmaster at West 3rimfield, and the next time I saw him he said it worked like a charm. This remedy is intended especially for acute throat and lung diseases such as colds, croup and whooping cough, anil it is famous for its cures. MAIN STRERT, There is ho danger in giving it to chil Iren for it contains nothing injurious. For sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. Oi'r people are growing more and more in the habit of looking to Hagan's Pharmacy foi the latest and best of everything in the drug line. They sell Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of bad colds, croup and whooping cough. When in need of such a medicine give this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result. first-clas34-3k 7 the-famo- us he-ha- dy's Pilo3app33it3r7 Everything in nr Store, conaiiting of DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES Will be gold gtrictly at COST from now until January 1, 1896, to mak room for our Spring Goods and giv us chnc to remodel our itort i CLOTHING, HENRY KLEIN ittn, & SON, 9n Main Street, Old Bronston Stand. -- J. G. MILLER, MAN'GR. EJBHaJJaWtfefrZWMrarrfMaM :J3 Ji Hm&BQUABTERi H. 13ROWD, BICYCLE i i ' 3 .Q i-- 9 ' mS - r- - OPPOSITE HOTEL GLYNDON RICHMOND. KY. i- vmi BH - M THE EAMBLEK,, THE CHESCEETT THE SPEED. THEY CAN'T BE BEAT J I I hiiee! If you want groceries. If you want novelties. y 4 WHEELS AT $40, $50, $75, $100. w,-- Second-Han- d Wheels, Wheels to Ren!, Repairing a Specialty. " If you want a Bicycle. Or, if your bike needs" repair, go to Walieb & Nelson, 204 East Main St. -Agents wanted "a EVERYTHING A WNEELMM REEDS. Lhf mm mm Mm Jr frHMi frUlfrKWfUi &M WMM gfrBBrTaarHJi,rHJEirrHJB fiyjsraii SJSftfcritiRSrj 55 T! 1 'Jjfii 'vfi5'57i ill HATS SHAPE YOUMAN'S, 5Ss3SSSSSSSSS3SrfSS3S$S&5gSSSSS$J5SSS$SSSJ SSSSSSS&i LAT THINGS i11 CEIVED. pa mm u IS! BOTH STIFF AND SOFT. C. & M. SPECIALS, iff! Hood's Sarsaparilla, all from gratetul people. They tell the story. iHfSj E There is more catarrh in this section of the couutry than all other diseases put together, and until the last few i ears was supposed to he incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local rem edies, and by constantly failing to cure with 1'ical treatment, pronounced it in curable. Science has proven catarth to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requites constitutional treatment. Hall's aiarrh Cure, manufactured by ,F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional ctye on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drop to a teaspoonful. It acts directly oc the blood and mucous surfaces of the syutem. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonial-- . Address, F. J CHENEY. & CO , Toledo; 0. 1 m by Druggists, 75c. MANHATTAN SHIRTS... White and Colored. They Have Special Features, Select Styles. They are TEE BEST SHIETin America, Cost Younomorethan YOD PAY FOR OTHERS NOT SO GOOD mm gls jJjf ik srp Rlls i . Bold i In ail i sss JSSSS Merely - Tailoring A beautiful line, Splendid Values, Have Received Our Spring Woolens, Suitings, Trousers and Overcoats. at fgjjfl loiiiswhl in-ui- t aH2 '0mB!i!l?l frSJs William Ogst's Ti'rs. Plaintiffs' Notice of ijale Against fSJfSj William Ogg's H'rs. De 'ts. J In Equity By virtue of a judgment and onjer of Court rendsale ofthe Mauison '. ered at the January term thereof, 196, in (he above style cause, the undersigned will, on Liqesfor Men's and Boy's Wear we will show a Large and Complete iitaiij, about the hour OF NEW GOODS AND IT WILL BE TO TOUE INTEREST ASSORTMENT LIBE Fsiraij M, MB, ,EIEAM 1MING 1 mmm "TT ...!. .j wJtsoilL ". a : ". rrf property, viz: A tract of land lving and being iij Mad ison county Kentucky, on the wat sn of Muddy Creek and May s fcork of (Silver reek containing lirjj acres ami 2S poles md bounded as Pillows: lieginnjiiig at White Oik iS ronkes corner, w th his liiif N. 70 W. 42 poles, thence S-- 14 W. 58 t3 poles Jno E.istiii corner, SIS,.,. UI J3210 it ....I uiciii-t- ; Junes,- .!..... i jraiuci j o nnw DON'T THINK OF BUYING UNTIL YOU SEE OUR GOODS AND PRICES.... V 13- noles to corner to Gibbs. hence ; T7 his line N. S9 E 1GS po'es to corne Win. l liMirfM II": l ' ! "! TU Ri ... . Oust. Sr., wittr Ugg a tine Si. 14 W, . .,-iiwsaws!!aiw3!saoJsasssas!swsisa imleH to corner to U. F. Crooke. h a line I'f poles etill with 1J3 ffl N. 46 W. 23 ' Crojike'sli eS.53W 5x510 pole , K. 74 W 34 poles to the beginning, ana iw the. "Wm. Oust place." TKIIMS Sa'r will be niade on i of six and twelve mouths eqnalli wijl bo required to givt pureha-e- r -1 r-M r. TT- -v with eood security, for the navri hit of nP Ell r-k --- v x- ir Y TkT tt- -. purchase inmsev. to bavft lb the v-j- rv v--v, x i. jl and clUjctofa judgment bearing h Uiim terest from the tjav ot sale, witn ( reserved, up- n said property untU purcbafie money U pai. The pn . isxv pay riff ):th boadsjt ha i ai&Mott)UtsreRt. li'iSraUaBnllrairsilfarsJl TTIhtnirinlwiinlVmntimfTlfirgr " M sCV C' OIAT! dipul 1MB i ll iM i ii 3i ci?rvsvs U i ilhSTtS3Sni7SaiSS7?Itti amiff&mutammztmiiE'miiBsmmiF&'aim SIvUf-iMtrl miHllaainlltril mmmmavmtmmufmtniatmtiticammtrtmracmr-mmrmamm. is ' M f,, . i mmmm J !' "WHp 4.1 W JM K', ZKB.mmm'H' iw pMHMmpvmM. u the premises in Madison county Keu)ucky. proceed to expose to public sale, jo the highest bidder, the following desjyibed of 11 o'clock a. m. (m ill frill Ira TO SEE ODE - iMrl ill ajri mm im I4il.l,. if-0 AND WE WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING YOU THROUGH..., .. . . - .iil ' v sssssssss WiH i Ulinil XI n :t :ci Sa '"'lis lji" MliWS-Att Vt y-- - -- 1 N i.XiSJ.AVW x.mwmun: mu vs. m un mniouimu iuiillli r .H... Ha .. jKkS 3jl js a -- . m m ! jS i? . M9 3BM 1M CTI i ' S2 STXT blldii ilf m - i 1 - -- l nnl anl 53 n i'l -- V u miiittIBBBBHUf , EKV i ' is nitaKltdfersJrs:! wii' "Fit1 "wn - "m is m ! ?, ttfv? The John Farlov, that - - FEB. 20, IS96 has beeu over the door of his WEDNESDAY, lato place of business for the Many homes were filled with fine past fifty years, has at last been painted over to make room for some other name. t'ear ice, lust week. Thus are old names passing away. Frank Klkui is dangerously sick at Tube in Town. his home in this plseo. Somebody somewhere owns a water -- P L Gilisnn receives The Climax at spaniel named Tobe. He travels about (irahaiu, Young Co., Texa. the couutry from New Orleans up to St. - Miss Addle Maupin will hs saleslady Louis, and East and West hundreds of for Louis P. Todd dry j;oob. miles. His reputation as a traveler lias gone out far and wide, and the train men l publication a poet makes all know him personally, or, In a have heard t jii'atn can rhyme ritli hull pup. of him, and allow him to ride at will. On () i Union beats the world ior paying his leather collar is a metal plate w ith the words: "Tobe; pass him, W. A Tyree." Lixcsaml voting the Democratic ticket. He came in Saturday the rr M. A. Iiosie Kansas '"ity writes walked into onagent L. & N.office and Can's t .it he cannot live without The Cum vx." made himself at home. he came M H. Brmvn invite, yon to peruse down town and got a bone. He spent i bike announcement in another Sunday viewing the town and leftMon jinn. day morning on a Xuth bound pas&en .1 B. Stouffer boncht a lut in the ger. old-Eig- THE CUM AX. Land-Hiarn, k Uone. X vr Grocery. E. H. Roland U in Cincinnati buying goods. He will at once open a grocery 1n the house next to Roberts Huose on Irvine street. He is an experienced grocer, knows the people and their wans, and should do a good business. Tile Factory Ilemovcd. Hon. C. L. Searcy has bought rtraet of clay land two miles beyond Moberlcy on the R. N. I. & B. and will remove his drain-til- e faclorv to it. He will also make harth anil jam tiling. A switch will be put in and the place will be called either Searcy or St- - Charles -- IMImHMI I St . H c !. i " ' r Z "- - a " . - - . ! j; , . hx-a- Winrhesler Court. J. A. Rainsey auctioneer reports SoO cattle on the market. Onerlot good feeders brought --tcts. Good mountain steers S3 50to53 7o. 700 lb. steers $3 15. 500 lb. heifers 1 cts. 700 lb. heifers $2 GO. One lot cattle shoats 4 cts But little demand for mules aud prices were fully 510 per head lower than lasVcourt. One Hundred And line Thousand. Hanker Jmj Crutcher got a tandem Will bo sold gtrictly at COST from now - The ladies of the ChriMi n church bike, the other day, through agent M. until January 1, 1896, to mak room for i have an apron sale ami cattily pulling II. Brown, and began at once, to ride our Spring Goods and giv ui a chanc si an early lute. about tow n. We didn't make mention to remodel our itore of it at the time, .for we were sure the V V ' st week, , tmeller for the Ls.-t- - thing would throw him and break his- neck and then we could note the pur i a) Works. chase and the tragedy at one and the IScrea tettidtHie wouldn't work, yes-t- same time But it didn't do it. On the "lav ami nothing rould he liearti from contrary, in true Pap Kullian style he is mi k people up there. w ent gliding around, and glid and glode, Korso Thief Caught. Main B C Richardson, of Conway, was and has hauled for miles almost every George Stevens, of Garrard county, Old lert.last week, and like a we uian, pretty girl in town, and. alas, no acci- was ai rested here Monday night, by his Stand. dent, so we make a nire mild mention s .'isi rilied for The C'limaxT brother Tin" Stevens and a man named of the matter. J B. StouH'cr. as trustee of T. B. Todd He was taken back in handcuffs, H i. kett, wih, on next Wednesday, sell "The Hri'aile" yesterday. He is also charged with at Plainview. tdnu near Red House. See ad. There are ia Lexington ten venerable stealing a horse in Woodford, before he Health and stieng'h cany us through n Governor Jeems Givens, the ladies wh icab thuinselves'The Brigade " got the one in Gairard. dangers and make us safe inthepreienie j3Jt2agJAiMSB)itiKlSi"9S'rijait Petty thieves stole a nHmlwr of por-- t Louisville financier, is among Stephens is a sou of Dave Stevens who of peril A perfectly stiong man with am letters from the windows of Iium-i,-s- t. and many are the happy hours they used to live at the mouth of Stony Run his numerous friends in Richmond. rich, pure blood, has nothing to fear from houses in Monday iiinht spend together in spite of their great age Pair Circuit and residence in different parts of town. Branch on Otter creek, and was kitled in germs lie mav breathe in the bacilli of urHrresomlents all refer to per-t-u- s They are Mrs. Polly Cloud Graves, aged Lincoln county, whither he removed Numerous representatives of Kentuc- consumption with impunity If Iheie unistly ymiHirwen, truing' West to m; Mrs. Debora Wright, aged 90; Mrs. after waylaying and shooting at R. P. ky assembled in Louisvil'e on the 18th is a weak spot where the germs may find e had hotter go :v,uth or lift go at all. Jaret Patterson agedi)0;llrs Bush, aged McCord and Ah Shearer. Iris said that and arranged a circuit. Madison county an entrance to the tissues, then the tiou-bl- e begins. Disease germs propagate 00; Mrs. Jacob White aged 0; Mrs. George Stevens has already served a was not represented and therefoie did Joe Kavanaaeh, an old colored Christian Hersel, aged 00; Mrs. Kobert term in the penitentiary. with lightning like rapidity. OuCeitilhe not gpt into the circuit. i m a. her of the Calvinist faith, died at aged 00; Mrs, Patsy Jones Fair dates were decided on as follows, blood, the only way to get rid of them is i - home in the Concord "A Crock fop 1'lowers." vicinity, this Foather&ton, Lipscomb, aged 03; Mrs. Mary Lynel each association being allotted a week to kill them. This is what Dr. Pbrce's ut. last week. This is not Davy Crockett's chestnut, Hieley, aged 94, and Pri&cilla liobiusou. Golden Medical Discovery is for. It puribut history repeats itself, and a Madison and binding itself to continue its exhibi fies - Infant ton of Ans. Harris died of aged 94. " the blood. That means that it kills tion from three to five days during that man is the perpetrator this time! A col hnnu lulls oh TharMlay, February 20th Mrs. Lipscomb is from Madison and is the germs, but that is oulj half of what time: I unci at the Harris burying giound on the third olde-s- in the list of great ages. ored boy had washed and polished a it does, ft assists digestion by stimulatSharpsburg, week beginning July 20. ii f ljim-ahte- r pike. ing the secretion of digestive fluids, so Her health is perfect, her faculties well china cuspidor and placed it on the floor Winchester week beginning July 27. of a doctor's office, in this place, where a preserved and it is probable that she Brother-ton- , piomoting assimilation and nutrition; Kobert Danville week beginning August 2. of Madison countryman was spitting over the floor purifies and enriches the blood and 60 unn, and Miss Pattie Moore, of this mav attain the age of Mrs. Graves. : OPPOSITE HOTEL GLYNDON in every direction. The boy kept moving Campbellsville, week beginning August . . . supplies the tissues with the food they tv were married at Lexington xe.sler- 10. Whither Hae the Kiilim oud .Men Gone? the spittoon in front of him without any Springfield, week beginning August 17. need. It builds up strong, healthy flesh Winchester Shii. good results. At last the man told the anil puts the w hole body into a disease-resi-tin- g Lebanon, week beginning August 24. Of all the merchants in Richmond, The House boy if he didn't take that thing away he e the state. Bardstown, week beginuiug August 31. In and CoylelKHikl goiown to Frank-- i only four of then were bjrn here. would spit in it The boy remarket, Send 21 one-cen-t stamps to cover cost Bowling Green, week beginning Sepn and see that the Senate agrees to it Tliey are George W Pickets, Jack Free- "that is what I want you to do." of mailing only and get his great book. tember 7. man, Colby and John Taylor. Not a "Wei1," said the countryman, "I ui i Hie 'iovernor feigns it, Franklin, week beginning September The People's Ooniironfceiise Medical Adphysician in Richmond was born here. thought that was a crock to hold flowers John W. Duncan and family have Not one of the four or five editors. viser, absolutely fiee. Addiess, World's 14. l reu..i-ifrom the Bright place on bec--- i. Neither of the railroad agents,. Not one in." Paducah, week beginning September Dispensary Medical Association, Np. 00." i 6treet to the double lesidence on of the livery men. . N it one of the four Main Street, Buftalo. X Y. 21. Wauls A Wife. THEY CAN'T BE BEAT ater street next to Episcopal church. Open date (probably Hendeisou) Sepbank cashiers; and only three of the The following advertisement comes With but little en re a ml no trouble, the I man Pamsh bought frame hv seven bank clerks- - Nota hotel propria to us fioma distant city. From it we gath- tember 2S, the beard and mus'.acLo tan be kept a unier stable, comer of Irvine and 3rd tor. Not a mill mm, or a telegraph od er t hat t he gentleman know s whei e to look Owenkboro, week beginning October form brown or black colorby using W-I s'reets, occupied by him for some years. erator, or contractor or bu'eher, or bar for something nice in the way of a good 5. l' lHe foi the Whiskers. n onimissHinerssale, Friday, for 1,710. proprietor, or carriage works. Nor was and handsome woman. He requests us to The dates gave satisfaction tc all conA person is prematurely old when baldthe president or principal of any one of forward his mail for reasoub best known cerned, aud in arranging tbein an cllort H ness occurs betnre tbeforty-fift- h Bev William Crow, Jr , has received the Richmond schools b irniu Richmond. eai.Use was made to change the regular tine as to himself: Halls Hair Renew er to keep the scalp i .ail from the First Presbyterian church, And if any one of the professors or teachWANTED. I desire to open a corres- little as possible. 1 r,.nkfort, ami will accept upon thecoin-healthy and prevent baldness. I ers in the Uulveisily or Institute can If you want groceries. pondence with a lady with a view to BIKEs AND BIKING. of his course at the Theological claim this as his or her birthplace, we If you want novelties. The entering wedge of a full complaint matrimony. I am thirty-eigh- t years old, e iiuiary. Louisville, in June. can not recall which it is. Of all the tall ud dark, present a fine appearence, If you want a Bicycle. is often a slight cold, w hich a dose or two Thebicycle girl is putting her foot in it of W m. Wells, near Union City, county oflirers, only Judge Barnaul and worth twenty thousand dollars and Aers ('berry Pectoral might havecur-e- d Or, if vour bike needs repair, go to has with the bloomers already, and one of Waller & Nelson, at the commencement. Therefore it is consulted a fortnne teller at Lexington Coroner Brown are Richmond born ; and can give the woman I select a good home our enthusiastic wheel women had a ter- advisable to 204 East Main St. of the City olliceis only Judge liice and and kind husband. I would prefer a i.o describes, the man that killed Wells's hae this prompt and sure 3SAgents wanted Councilman Walker. Is this not won- small or thin lady, good style fine ap- rible scare this week which she is tring remedy always at hand to meet an emer- liotsi and sliot two others so minutely to keep from the public. derful? that he has no doubt about who it was. pearance and some money, not overthir This girl wears bloomers under a skirt, FrHi EJ3 n E2 f?HJ E frHI ?3 S E OT years old. Give right name in and on the afternoon of That the blood should perform its vital qHJaggftilB?aBraEirHJBrtilBrtLiB Wnbnilon Day Celebration. . the trouble she That ancient railroad scheme, the m m m m m fthj TBOTEfTaBrFaBiOTaOTEOTBfTaEgn answering. necessary it was making a hurried toilet in her room. functions, it t u g . ami Savannah, has been levii od Friday night the oiera house was well Address, No one knows what she was thinking should not only be pure but rich iu un i te:ore another century elapses you filled to witness the exercises bv the J V.Cakver. elements. These resultsarebcot efabout, but her mind must hae taken an "-High School. in.n hear the iron horse snorting between pupils of Caldwell Care Climax, Richmond, Ky. indefinite leave of absence that is plain. fected bv the Use of that x 'ig on The pupils knew their parts well, and and Itiuhmond, by way o' Mi1 c5j JL-XJL-- v? She got up on a chair to get a better view standard blood purifier, Ayer's Sarapa-nlla- . clearly demonstrated that they had re tortli ev ?l,00t Switchboard. A. of her underpinning in the somewhat ceived thorough training otherwise. The Recently when President Powell and ! Sir Kuights, small mirrowon her toilet-tabland a few- I he I'mpor Timr exercises consisted of song and recita- Manager Baldwin were in Chicago, thev seconds later the family y, ere aroused by cSt u arespecialH urged to I c t tion singly and in concert. Also of es- looked at the great variety of switchWhen the most benefit is to be derived the cry, '"Oh, come, do tome, 1 am para- from a good medicine, is early iu the tU next regular meeting .l . i i n.ond says and declamations. Thee-Hvo- f the boards, and after mature deliberation t uniiandery, Tue&day, Mar oio. evening was by Jenny Myers, daughter bought one of two hundred capacity. lyzed ; come quick !" ear. This is the season w hen the tired Ever body in the house rushed in and of Wm. Myers. Declamations were by A. B What Subject? paying therefor one thousand dollars. there stood the'afilicte' girl on the chair body, weakened organs and nervouu sysP., son J. K. Gentry. Harrv, sou of J. W. medicine It's capacity is just double the old one, apparently in a helpless condition and as tem yearn for .a building-u- p thecom-ui- g Liuisvilie paper announces Prather. Kay bum Kucker, grandson of like Hood's Sarsapaiiila. Many wait for oi ' John U Hamilton, mouologuist," Mrs. Sally Kayburn, and Stone, son of W. but does not occupy but one sixth the her sister caught hold of her she fell the open spring weather and, in fact despace aud Is not half so difficult to man headlong i promises a i the people, a rare tieat. C. Gormley. The last named received to the lloor. There were cries lay giving attention to their physical conr .1 like to kimw what "Old Red" isgo-iu- g the applause of the evening, yet the oth- age. It has a terrific night alarm that of "run for the doctor," ' pick her up" never stops, upon being turned on, until and "'oh. the poor, poor near " and some dition so long that a long siege of sickt' ulk about? ers came in for a good share. ness is ine To rid the system the operator stops it ; so when it begins The six holidays of the j ear: January 1, to ring the operator just as well get up. of the bystanders began taking ofi" her of the impurities ai cumulated during Hied. clothes in order to hasten the do tor's Februao' 22, May 1, July 4, ThanksgivThe patrons now number 107. Among examination ot the strii ken side as much thS winter season, to purify the blood Mrs. Eliza Gosser died at her home in ing and Christmas were represented reand to invigorate the wholesstem( 'here .the receut additions are the Standard Oil as possible. And then W oodiord county last Saturday, ageil 50 thev found she lb nothing equal to Hood's Sarsap irilla. spectfully by six pretty girls Sadie Co., Wilkes Baxter, R. A. Baxter and had put both feet in one leg of her bloomears- - Hie was the mother of Mrs. I. J. Bdiighmau, Annie McColIum. May Richmond Bottling Works. Don't put it oil", but take Hood's Surssp-aril- la U . laud, this idace, who wa at her bed-- si Coyle, ers, thereby trying to make a mermaid o Willie Tray nor, Katie Hackett aud now. It will do you good. Read Mrs. Baldwin manages the exchange le wlieu the siiiMinons came. herself. Tattler in Louisville Times. 5SsSSSSSJSSSSSSSSSSS5SS&5SSSSSSS55SSSSSSSS5SSSSSSSS Fauuie Prather. the testimonials published in behalf of and it is wonderful how she keeps up Hood's Sarsaparilla, all from Uuarterly (lourt. with all the people who want to talk at fgJHJ He Confesses. ART AND ARTISTS.. grateful people. They tell the story. at once. In the absence of count Judge James Saturday nigbt ex Sheiill" Bales reportThe Richmond system is to be extended It Buruaiu. who is ill, by choice of the ed to There is more catarrh in tbis section Jailor Wagers that somebody was to Kirksville, Waco, Berea and other The Art Amateur for February has for har Monday moruing, Hon. C. F. Bur-nastealiug his (Bales') hogs from the Pump places, and eventually all one of its color plates a' charming Ameri- of tbe country than all other diseases over the was Selected to preside. Tlie dock-e- l kin Run farm out on the Big Hill pike, county. can landscape, "On theMohawk: Noon," put together, and until tbe last few jears is Urger than usual. suspected a considerable numand that he by Edward Cay, A. N. A. The other was supposed to be incurable For a Contractor Uotiglas Dead. ber of fellows, any one or allot whom cnlor plote is ' Sprays of Violets," by great many years doctors pronounced it sill Cand Sale. 1W a local disease, and prescribed local rem were doubtless guilty, and called their Alle.i Douglas died at his home, corner I'atty Thum. Whilesiniplein execution, The Ep north League will have a cau-da- v names. When the name of Pleas Trib-bledies, and by constantly failing to cure isTSJ of B. and Walnut streets, in Richmond, both are very attractive, and sale at M. Ii. Brown's stole, or the colored, was mentioned, Jailer Wa- at 2:13 o'clock Tuesday morning, Feb. will find the suggestions given in the with local treatment, pronounced it in reading room therewith connected, gers feaid: "Hold on; that settles it!" magazine for copying them in oil, water curable. Science has proven catarrh to .YOU PAY FOR OTHERS NOT SO GOOD. Saturday Jrom 2 to 9 o'clock p. in. Go Sunday morning he secured the service ruary 25th, 189G, aged 03 years. He had be a constitutional disease, and therefore been Wind for a year, aud in feeble health colors, and pastel, thoroughly practical. get some nice candy and help out the of Chief of Police i'errill and the two men for a longer time. The funeral will take In tbe additional eight pages of supple requires constitutional treatment. Hall's JS.S5S league atarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J went to 'fribble's house, near K. C. de- place fiom the residence at 11 o'clock uifiit are working designs for tbe decora Mr. Wagers told this forenoon. Burial in the cemetery. tion of China, pot in Richmond. One Ccal Yard Less. and lor gen- Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the onlv Tribble that he had been accused of eral p outing and embroidery. Tbr constitutional cure on the market. It is E R. Rowland & Co. have abandoned Deceased was a native of the county. in dobes from 10 drop the coal business. The place they oc stealing chickens, that they had no search His wife preceded him to the grave by Magazine itself, as usual abounds with taken intenully if he had no objection they five or six jears. He leaves nine good thing- for tbe mere lover of ait as to a teaspoonful. It acts directly $n the cupied is now used by Collins & Fox in warrant, but blood and mucous surfaces of tbe system. connection with their livery stable. would go through his house aud look for children Mrs. T. H. Karr, Mrs. James well as the aitist Trunks ot tieei-ar- e ; !. '"' ) the chickens. He readily consented. Allman, this place, Mrs. Stephen Green given for winterstudy - there are art ide They- offer one hundred dollars for any n t nit f -' There are five yards left. and coal were found on Red House, Sire. Samuel Denny and on "Marine i'.iinting. Fan Painting, and case it fails to cine, iiend for circulars Quantities of corn raJ rci Wants A Paronai. the lower lloor, but no meat. Then Of James Douglas, of Illinois, W. II. Dong Eleme.iUirv Diawing "What Shall be and testimonials. Address, F. J CH ENEY, & CO , Toledo, 0. A decree of court is asked to allow the ficer Territl went up stairs. Tiiere he las. of Garrard county, late of this place; the FiiKt l.cs-o- n iu. China Painting' is SIM 1 in considered, and ' The Treatment of Boses BSL.Sold by Druggists, 75c. Second Presbyterian church to invest found a whole hog. aud called on Wagers Clay, Alfred and Squire, this place. A beautiful line, Splendid Values, at Have Received Our Spring Woolens, Snitings, Trousers and Overcoats. certain money, left by the late Cablwell to arrest Tribble. But Tribble had not Mr. Douglas was a brick contractor, a on China," Wood rarving, Embroidery, Campbell, iu a parsonage. That would been idle he was over the high picket brother of Alfred Douglas, the well and. Intcri'-- r iJpciannn le better than to have the pastor living fence of the cemetery and far away. known architect, and together have built treated. 'lu illustrations ar exception 'SOSi"iBit around every where and anywhere he Wagers ran to Mrs. Tevis's, got a horse many of the best houses jn the town and ally fine, : u.ong tbrin beiii. he Foi trait and pursued. After a good, brisk race, county. an Dud a place. For many years he has of Maria Anti.inettt; after V.gee Lebrur, En s, Tribble was taken and lauded in jail. been a member of the brick firm of Har- Angelica Ka'uffnian after Sir Joshua William Ogg's li'rs. Plaintiffs ) Police of asm iu the 'limes. V He confesses. figure studies in crayon by Henri Against ris Douglas & Co., and Harris. Rice it pile Friday's Louisville Times contained If you want any clever detective work Douglas. He was a member of the Lehman a. id Jules Lefevie, Delft Tile William Ogg'b H'rs. De 'fc?. J In equity i of a judgment and oilier of SIH By pictures of the Mason triplets, Alexander done, call on Jailer Wagers. Christian church and a Democrat, but Decnratini 3 by Chailes Vuikmar, and a bale ofvirtue the Madison uinuit Court! rend-eie- d Rum kin aud Robert,., and stated that the sea view, v. iiich all ilrauglitmen should belonged to any secret order. never at the January term thereof, 1806, in . . I S photo was kept standing on Auditor trout h.emuchy. si ud v, by Max Claude. All the leading the above style muse, the undersigned Stone's desk in Frankfort, where everyart exhibitions of the month leceivo care- will, on An Ancient Vase. It has been discovered that Pearl Bryan body thought it three views of one ful and critical notice and theie are, the poorpirl so foully murdered at Ft. Crab OncnARO Ky., Feb. IG. 1890. little boy, they look so tnnch alike. In February Bime useful illustrated hints on Thomas, near Newport, was a native Ken Editor Climax deed there is a marked resemblance. 35 cent. Montague Mi rks, as is also the negro, George Jack-soPigR writes me you want a Heraldry. tuckian, Mr. M. II. They are certainly good looking youngPublisher, 23 Union Squarp, New York- - about the hour of 11 o'clock a. m. on the who drove the carriage ou the fatal fuller bistory of tlie Butler vase I left at. premises in Madison county Keiitucky, sters. night and supplied the missing link in bis store. Tbe bistory of tbat vase is public sale, to the proceed to expose Chicago merc'iant Highest bidder, theto following Alums Butteifielda theevideu:eJ5gainst Wallingand Jackson, tbis: About 1G95 it was brought to what described 1 Plenty And To Sparc. Alexander, Bryan the father of Pearl, is now Middle sex county Virginia by or considerable wealth, committed suicide property, viz; lying and being i l Mad A tract of lain! Robt. Lawrenre, of Huntsville, Mo., was formerly a resident of Bourbon Coun one James Busb from old England. It Fridav. ison county Kentucky, on the wafers of wiring to renew his subscription to the ty living on Plum Lick, near the Mont, was given to bis wife by bef inotber as a j Muddy Creek and May's Fork of Silver Climax, says incidents ly that he pro- gomery county line, where Pearl was family keepsake. It was beld by tbe reek containing lftij acres and 2 ) poles Uegini ng at duced enough "heg and hominy" the born. In the same neighborhood is the Busb family till 1784 vlien it was given ind bounded as Awarded past year, to last him two years. The A uson Bryan farm, ou which was killed to Mary Busb as a bridal present wbe.i Highest Honors World's Fair. WbiinOik & roike's itorner, w th his line N. 70 V. 42 poles, thence j. 14 W. troth is. Mr Law renee is a thrifty ;felloWj and buried iu pioneer times Edward Boone sbe married Capt. Wm. Gary, who then 03 poiesJno J2.isua corner, S oS"K.J)2 10 He has grown rich. Having gone a brotuer of Daniel. Jackson is a native J lived near Williamsburg, Va., and w. is poles; thence Heatherley's line s 16J DON'T TEINK OFJftUYING UNTIL YOU SEE OUR GOODS AND PRICES.... W 132 poles to corner to (iibbs, hence through the war in Chenault's regiment, of Nichoiasville Ky. given to his daughter Mary when she ' i bis line N. 89 A 1GS po"e to cornt r Wm. west thirty years ago, without he went married Andrew H. Seargent in 1810 He Paris Keutuckian Citizen. . line N. 14 W. Oik, Sr., any tiling. He complains of the mud" Daniel Boone's wife was a Bryan, and moved to Christian count'. Ky., in or poles to corner to n. a. i rooue. n s line roads iu that section. X. 4GJ w. 23 2 Id poles stilt Wltll her brother was the .founder of famous about tbe year 1834 and was given. to Crooke'sli eS.53W 55 6 10 pole S.74 Brvan'u Station, Fayette county, and was John G. Seargeut in 1851 when be inv W 34 poles-tthe beginning, and cuown Crossing Apsin The Deadly Kail-roa- d killed by the Indians in that locality. ed to the. State of Texas and was priced ?'" .is the "Wm. Ocg n'nce." Richard Steele, of Clark county, and It has been said that Mrs. Boone, dur. by him as s family relic of ancient date, Sale will be fnnde on a cre'dit TKUM ! Tue of sis and twelve month, equally his brother John, of Favette, were in ing her husband's long captivity, among and it was brought back to Ky, in l.SMS purchaser wll bo requited tu give bond, stantly killed near Tehb's Station, west of the Indians, made the same mistake that and was given toils presentownerinlSS4. tor the payn ent of iSlai with Kood Winchester, the C. and 0. passenger poor Pearl Bryan made; but in those The small piecn of lead on its side mis thfi niireliHKe ni'Hiev. to Itave tin j mice train dashing into their buggy, in which days tbere were no dental itudeiitsjo been diere 'some $0 years, Ueiuc put and clfecttif a ju Igiuent bearing h jrilin terest fpnn the dav oOalc, with i lien thsy we e crossing the track. The were cut off women's heads, who happened jo there by the mother of John G Scqr n.oit(1 nr nfesud urnrwfrtv until ill tha among the most prominent fanners of ary ifrpm the path oi virtue. Indeett geautjiefore ln brother in 182l a:f1 lie purcliio mfne-- i paid. The pn ehaer fgJS Central Kentucky and were connected it has also been said that Mrs. Boone had Jora tha writer's family fr-v MOST PERFECT MADE" may 3sy off 1 ithJbQHdg. U lie so'( r i r- 5Jr k th best families. Both wens roar-?- -J a daughter wlto was sa habitual BinneriS hnbaui county Y. ,-. k pure Grape OrwnJk Tartar wder feet" KHiMOti' kiier'. &.;. .& e leave fit tat! kg.! WipcUes- this Ue, fe& tfu ry ia iiot bO Swectfnlly 'onrs, S fc. btJU I irons Ammonia. Amm; or mv wnerniMB, -a-- K !a aihlition. , for$130. at coumii.vdntiur's sale. IhiMi't II jipeneil Yet. ue That's a strange way of expressing numbers, isn't it? Why not say eleven hundred, or.one thousand one bundled? Because C stands for one hundred and M for ,one thousand. C. and M also stand for Covington and Mitchell and tor Clothiers and Merchant tailors. Thev" ha e received their new hats and new tailoring goods. When yon come to town court day call and st e them. -. Uallard Case lb lpng drawn oat contest concerning The James A. Ballard's mental condition reThe following are letters uncalled for sulted yesterday in a verdict declaring the week ending February 25th, him incapable of attending to his busi-i.es- Boyd, TJ A committee, P. B. Johnson, was Cornelison, Mrs An Coleman, Mr! Wil- appointed. me liatn Dr. WRherspoon Next Sunday. Fife, Charlie Grimes, C 0 Rev.T.D. Withctspoon, a fonuerpastor Gentry, Mrs Ada Harris, James A HariisMattidP' of the first Presbyterian church, of this IleiiselyMiss 4a time place, will preach at that church next Haues, Annie Sunday morning, and in the evening de- - Hob, Mr Jetr liverhisillustratedlecture.on hislastsuui-- 1 Irvine, Millie i mer's evangelistic work in the mountains King, Mrs W B Law eon, James The many friends of this abledivine, will rejoice at the opportunity of haeriug him Mitchell, Miss Mary Million, MistMyra Pinkhtone, Loii again. Taylor, M rs Mattie Terrell, iliss Ida Tipton, Thomas E. Tribble, Eliza PERSONAL. Walker Mis Bob "White, Miss ora White, Miss Elise Bennett is in New York. J. B. Willis, P, M. Miss Maggie. Chenault witnessed Mardi Sick stomach means sick man ('rwo Gras festivities in Now Orleans. man.) Why not he well? Mrs. McCreary asited Mrs. Lim's-iSick stomach conns from poor food, pool hi an elegant reception at the Cocl l u nourishment; means poor health, poor Hotel where six hundred invitations comfort Shaker Digestive Coidial means brpught together a circle of distinguished health and a well stomach. people. If we could examine our stninacili we " Mrs. J. G. Miller is visiting her fatln would understand why it is that so litth H. Klein, in Louisville. will put it out of order. But, unless we are doctois, we pevei Mrs. McCown, who has been extrem We ly ill at the home of her father, T. 1) see our stomach. We onl ft el would feel it less if we look fthakem Di Chenault. is much improed. gestive Cordial. Mr. H. J. Streng an officer of the Odd Shaker Digestive Cordial makts your Fellows Grand Lodge, went to Lexington, stomach digest all the nourishing' food Monday, where he was met by delegi' intions from several lodges for the purpose you eat, relieves all the svinptoius-odigestion, acts as a tonic aud suon makes of conferring degrees of the'order. you well and strong again. Col. John Collier, of Somerset, is here The more you take the less you fuel on on internal revenue business. your stomach. Miss Helen Bennett is isiting friends At druggists'. Trial bottle 10 cents. LIST OF LETTEI -- s. , "anted" -- A reliable lady or jgentle man io distriouce samples ana naKe a house-to-hou- se canvass for ocr Vegetable Toilet Soaps. $40 to $75 h month easily made. Address Crofts & Rijdd, 842 to 850 Austin Avenne, Chicago, Ll. 3G37 II I - Free Treatment. Taylor Brothers are priug goods for the farmers. g Enough of the Magnetic Eye Powder to last two weeks w.ll be sent to any one with diseased eyes, such as Granulated Eyelids or Scrofulous Sore Eyes. De-scnoa your case enclose ten cents in stamps. Address Mns. Eliza J. Evans. their 182 North 19th Street. 34- 38-3- HiB.UiaBUbbaHkHliHm m SLAUGHTER t Yv K 9 Columbus Ohio. dy'a Pllo5app33ifc3ry guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipation, or money refunded. 50 celts per ixix. sena nvo stamps lor circu ar and Free Sample to Martin Rudy, 'Registered Hiarmacist, Lancaster, Pa. No Postal. s nwered. For sale by all druggies everywhere, and in Berea, Ky , 6 iv -- . E. Welch, Jr Grit-clas7-- Is D. P. Armer has" something new in plated Sterling silver t'nZaidl'ea and Table Spoons. They are the best in the market, and as cheap as other geods but they are warranted to waer twenty-fiv- e years. 33- Don't fail to see them. En- IK For Halt , , and Coal Yard Climax and Cincinnati weekly quirer, one year, $1.35. send to Richmond Warehouse Climax and weekly " Courier-Journal, 34-3- m Everything in tar Store, consiiting of 7 Mrs-Eliz- a one vear, . 1.50. ?- j i. f fe well-know- -- t pe i tr .. ..v.. ...,,.- "Wirlr AW. g . .1 r vjluiaa niiu1 any oiuer. newspaper or vyu.il J.111IJ. magazine cheaper than you can possibly Farmers, when you come to town give get it from the publishers. Taylor Brothers a call, and get prices on In Olden Times plows, harrows and hardware, and you wonthave to go any place else, for they People overlooked the importance of pr-will suit you. 34' j manently beneficial effects and were sat- I isfied with transient action; but now that Taylor Brothers is the place to get the jt i8 generally known that.Svmt. nffiM Dijsc Harrow none better in the market. f will permanently overcome habitual con 34- stipation, people will Taylor Brothers is the place to get any not buy other laxatives, which act for a thing in the hardware line at bottom time, but finely injure the system. 34- prices. Prompt courteous and genera treat ment, with lowest prices and honest Thrw way His Uanm. methods at Richmond Warehouse and Mr. Ii. Wiley, ex postmaster, Black Coal Yard. 34.37 Creek, N. Y., was so badly afflicted with Taylor Brothers have on hand rheumatism that he was only able to Vulcan Plows, the best in the with canes, and even then lobble around After using world, so says everybody that has ever it caused him great pain. 3- 4'hamberlain's Pain Balm he was so used one. much improved that he threw away "his canes. He says this liniment did him .nore good than all other medicines and treatment put together. For sale at 50 vents per bottle by Hagan's Pharmacy. The little daughter of Mr. Fred "Webber, Holland, Mass ,had a very bad cold and cough which not been able to cure w ith any thing. I gave him a 25 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy says W. P. Holden, merchant and postmaster at West 3rimfield, and the next time I saw him he said it worked like a charm. This remedy is intended especially for acute throat and lung diseases such as colds, croup and whooping cough, anil it is famous for itg cures. MAIN 8TRERT, There is ho danger in giving it to chil Iren for it contains nothing injurious. For sale by Hagan's Pharmacy. Onr people are growing more an 1 more in the habit of looking to Hagan's Pharmacy foi the latest and best of everything in the drug line. They sell Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of bad colds, croup and whooping cough. When in need of such a medicine gi e this remedy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result. er :aiip siun corn, oats, nay ana kinds of feed at -.Richmond Warehouse , f!i.Tr WorW k r anil. TIirirA.n-Woo.....WWH '" DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES CLOTHING, I d HENRY KLEIN & SON, Street. gin Bronston the-famo- us J. G. MILLER, MAN'GR. BICYCLE H. I3ROWD, RICHMOND, KV. ho-ha- d HMABOTAI IT THE EAMBLEE, . THE CEESCEM1 THE SPEED. Buck-inghaui- s . ?fr Kis floiicm . WHEELS AT $40, $50, $75, $100. - k gecoiicl-ra b and Wheels, Wheels to Rent Repairing a Specialty. 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" ft ' ,, .iO"VB85i'k5r.)AW. J U SLT i e msma M' c i3- - II at. I, v. iLfZ , V -- z J? iV: t r "am ztUHBH emnuB1 1 -- ti- . i.U 1 VV" 11 -- ." 4 . Vr- - av . - J Th, "Knights of Dixie" is a benevolent '" porietv, (Ih first swret nrj kind formed in the sontli has just he! it meeting atMemphis Hubbard, of Texas, in the chai- THE DREAM REMEDY. Forty people were killed at a lull i iteuioves an inflammations, soreness Libonr Wednesday irglir, as a rtsnlt o fllins. ulcers and pain. Restores the fire alarm. bighL That all may have the benefit of this wonderful Remedy bo strangely obti tained. If this notice should fall into THE MARKETS. the- - hands of some one who suffers with CiacwsATL Feb. Si fair to Eyd Diseas, don't delay but write at Hocs Select butchers. M.JJ&4.-food packers', H.10 4.31 fair to Rood light, once for this strange simple cure. Decommon and roughs scribe yonrcase.; One package has enred Cattle Fair to Kood shippers.4 10jasOat.15: two thirds of the cases. fair to butchers, ta.83 good to choice medium butchers, fl25 .175: common, H.VX& Should you desire to test ray Cure 3.15 50c cts. Yon will be thoroughly Sheep asd Lambs Sheep Extra. 135Ji 3.7S. good to choice. Ii75aai5. common to convinced before yoa use the care three fair. 11.75 ibO. Lambs Ex .ras. tt7518o day3. Address - Ad f PH voiced nun at tli ibig railway sta- Stions. calltnjr Uie Jtrains. He tell 'vhere each one u gotnjj and lceep3 people from takinc wrong trains if ther pay attention. One's physical feelings are bodily heard Yob vc fieeH the loud m1 Phelps, SenatorGoebeI and others will 6peak for the, bill and Judge A William H. HoiC Senator Hays the Frakwokt. Ky.. .Feb H.-- In Judge house Xfe Iaitest News From All Farts of the and others are exnected to ofspeak Comniou wealth. the against the measure. Three Grace, Taursjay morainr the death of of. the court of appeal, was form illy anmembers of tne oi'nmittee are .not HE TREASURY. committed on the bill; whils Senator nounced by Harnett, of Ohio, who moved TO REPLENISH the appointment of the usual committee to Lrgllla-latnr-e Bennett is counted for the measure. draft resolutions, and alio that, as an ad- Two lillls Before the Kentucky THE LEGISLATURE. Brief toulon Owing to the Death ol Judge Grace. KENTUCKY NEWS. S. I They announce the starting of all trains of disease Host all trains of disease lead to consumption, because con sumption is a blood di&order and be cause the blood must be poor or impure beiore any disease can make much headway. The secret of health is to keep the blood pure and full of strength. When a man or woman loses flesh and vitality, there is something wrong ia the blood. The start of it is hkelv to !e in the oni-ac- h or bowels, and If they ire put in order the trouble gradually stops. Consumption is a germ duiease, but if fie blood is good, and keeps the lungs strong and healthy, the germs cannot find a place to Jodge and are cast off. If there's a weak spot, the genii w ill find it. Even after tliat, strong and pure blood will strengthen the lungs so that they can gradually rid themselves of the germs. It is by creating strength and purjty thats Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discov consumption and other diseases. It makes one gain flesh not flabby, oily fat, but sound, firm, useful, healthv flesh. Hundreds of patients have testified to its wonderfully effect": in many dieases and especially in incipient consumption. A larp boot, of looo pages full of these testien-cure- "train callers." monials vrith portraits and autographs of the wipers, can be had by vending 21 cents to cot cr postage and wrppinjj only World's Dispeh k-- ky Medicx Association, Butlalo, N. Y. THE SAD END Of Michael D. Harter at Fostoria, 0. He Committed Suicide While in Bed by Snooting in the House of a Friend. When Found fl Had llen Dad for Some ?lme-.ever- al Letters Addrc.ed to llunlne. A.floclates and One to Ills Mife Wers ioand In Ills Boom. Harter was found dead shortly before noon Saturday, at the house of Superintendent Knapp, of the Inter- state Gram Storage Co. He was in led and by his side was a revolver. The bullet had entered the right temple and he had been dead for some time. Mr. Harter had been ' here for several days on business with Co , of which he was the Iaac-llart- er president. lie had been suffering from insomnia for several days and Friday complained of severe pains In his head. Friday evening he attended a supper at the Presbyterian church and beemed in good spirits. Returning to tne home of Mr. Knapp he renfTorated by Smncr. tired about his usual hour and nothing Vaceduko, Ky., Feb 21 A big jail more was seen of him until he was delivery was narrowly prevented a litfound. tle after daylight Thursdav morning. The prisoners had got hold of a cold chisel and had pried off the sheeting surrounding the stovepipe above. They then set fire to the cross timbers in the attic, expecting to thereby gain tne roof. The fire burned to siow, and the jail birds" were compelled to scream for help to avoid suffocation. Thiy were half dead when help reached them and the fire was put out. Joe White, in the face of death w,as humorous. He yelled: "Save me. for I know all about the Ft. Thomas murder!" He was unable to walk when the jail was opened. D. best-know- Fostoria, O , Feb. 24. Hon. Michael has got down to work and proDOses to carry out the recommendations of Gov. Bradley's message and re-- 1 lieve the state. The bill to lew for three years an additional tax of ten cents on the S10-- has passed the house and "the bill authorizing the sinking1 fund to "borrow 500,000 at six per cent. DEWITT CONFESSES the Interest to meet pressing That lie lllr.d a Man amed Rose to Kill obligations of the commonwealth HU.Ulfe. is also ready for the considAshlakd, Ky., Feb. 21. James eration of the senate. That bodv now the Carter county wife murand it id fate of derer, who was hurried across the holds the predictedthe two bothis,will be that country at midnight two months is freely defeated. In ISO Gov. Meven'on deago to escape a mob thai h i.l the financial formed to avenge the wonmfi't. dea h clared in his message that such that all was and taken to the Boyd county ja 1, condition of the statepaid and millions made its debts could be at Catlettsburg for and yet a confession there Thursday night to still remain the state treasury, over the state debt is at present Attorney Ben O. 'Steele and Jailer L S. Hurd. in which he accuses a party IN FLAMES. named Rose of having committed the murder, though he acknowledges he Chlld Horned to Death nd An Older stood passively by and witnessed the Itrsrue, lalal- I rother. In Attempting tragedy. Dewitt claims he hired Roe r Huroert. to kill the woman, and that after he Haktford, Ky., Feb. 24. The resihad succeeded in getting her to take a dence of the late Tom Render, near walk with him from the house, Centertown, this county. was destroyed where she was staying Hose met by fire caused by a defective flue. An them by previous arrangement, and imbecile child of Mrs. Render, aged 12 after knocking the woman sense- year, was burned to drath, only a few less with an ax handle he choked her bones being found after the fire was until life was extinct. Search of the over. During the fire an older body resulted in the finding of 5, brother attempted to rescue the child, which was all the murderer got for the but was unable to do so on account of crime. The body was secreted in a the intense heat, which burned the where it was latter kin off his face and hands. Dr. E. B. dense found, Dewitt being in tne party Pen ileton dressed the wounds of the that made the ghastly discovery. His sufferer and considers nis condistrange attack of trembling just pre- tion very critical, witn "nut little or no vious to the dUcoverv placed suspicion hope of recovery. The hou-- e was valon him at once, and was the immedi- ued at about 2,000, with aoout SbOO inate cause of his arrest. At his exam- surance. ining trial the evidence was sufficientMIN STER ASSAULTED. ly strong to warrant his being held ""lap the Face of Bev. A without bail. r. K. lloswellat Mltlilleghro. Nothing is known of Rose's former ConsidMiriDl.ESBOKO, Ky., Feb. 24 record, but the Carter county officers have been wired to arrest him imme- erable excitement Vvas created here Sunday afternoon on account of an asdiately. sault Sunday morning upon Rev. C. E. DEATH OF JUDGE GRACE. BoswellbyW. H. Dohn.a He Drops Dad In HU Room at the Capi- Boswell recently sent an open letter to tal Hotel, Frankfort. Ky. a local paper against saloons, and in it 'Xo decent family desires to live Fkankfort. Kv., Feb. 21 Hon. John R. Grace, judge of the Kentucky court over or br a saloon." Dohn and family live over Dohn's saof appeals of the First district, dropped dead in his room at the Capital loon, and he took exceptions to this remark, and on meeting Boswell hit hotel, Tnursday morning. He had just returned from breakfast, him in the face. They were separated when he chatted pleasantly witn sev- and Dohn arrested. Nothing can be eral of his friends and seemed to be in said against Dohn, other than he is engood health. gaged in the saloon business. Judge Grace's death removes from Fever Tatlents In a Burning Ilou-e- . the state one of the Walton, Ky., Feb. 24. The handmen who have set on the judicial bench in recent years. He was some residence of John Ewing, at 60 and a democrat. He suffered White Haven, was burned to the an attack of apoplexy about three ground at an early hour undav mornweeks ago and came near dving. but ing. Mrs. Ewing and her two grown lately had almost regained his usual children, Thomas and Julia, were all health. He was a circuit judge from down with typhoid fever, and from exposure and excitement the daughter. 1SGS to ISO!, when he succeeded the Wiio was carried to the residence of late Chief Justice Caswell Bennett. Mr. Judge, is in a senous'conaition. Tne loss was about S4.0J0. insured in JAIL FIRE. the lioone County Insurance Co. The Prloncr at Vncebnrsr, Ky., Nearly ) De-vrit- ditional mark of respect to the memory ot the dead Jurlt that the house adjourn Immediately after the joint session Thursday, which was adopted b. a rising vote. Mmllar action was taLen in the tennte The house took up the substitute for the bill abolishing the state board of equalization and debated It, Lyons, Llcberth. Cirroll and ethers spe king for the substitute and Gossom and others for the original bill. Frankfort, for That I'nrposa. Ky., Feb 21. The house I AN ANGRY MOB. Masked Men Lynch onntaln Martin at Montlclto, Ky. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 18. A mob ot 20 masked men attacked the Wayne i t, ,l safe-keepin- g, I county jail at Monticello at an early hour Minday morning. The jailer was over,Kwered, his keys taken awav, the ceils unlocked and Fountain Martin and James Troxell, white men. who were arrested several weeks ago cnarged with burning the barn of Bonnie Bates, were taken from the prison The men were carried to a point near Steubenvi le, where, in a 1 ttle Grove, the body of JV.artin was found cold in death hanging from a limb TroxHe had no coat, ha- or hoe ell appeared at a farmhouse ihree miles from the scene of t e nanging and got breakfast Sunday morning. He said that wnile the mob was hanging Martin he made his escape in the darkness. This was the third attempt to lynch Troxell. Three weeks uvo he was taken from his home by a mob and hung to a tree until he was nearly dead, in order that lie nii.'ht confess to the burning of Bates' tarn or tell who - did it. th-cke- t, flail llellrlnm Irtmen. Ky , Feb. IS. George Paducaii. Siegel, whoso home is in Evunsville, and who worked as a train dispatcher at Louisville until about three weeks ago, attempted suicide in the lockup here, where he was conHe inflicted, fined for drunkenness. two ugly gashes on his throat and seven near the neart and will probaoly LouisHe came here from die. ago, weeks three ville about Ky. gaman and began drinking bling, seemingly having plenty of money. He spent it. all. pawned his watch and clotnes, and finally wound wnere he had deup in the lock-ulirium tremens, and, in a fit of desperation, attempted to take his life. He was en route to Evan&viile ou a vacation. 1 p. THE LOCKUP A Prisoner Attempted filicide at Padncah, IN Saloon-Keep- er saloon-keepe- r. n city was wild with rxeiiement Monwhen day morning it became known that Robert Laughiin had confessed to the horrible murder of his wife and little niece, Mary Jones. People were astir earlier than usual, and the news of the confession spread like wildfire. When the grief stricken father and mother of the murdered girl heard Monday morning to that Laughiin had confessed the murder of his wife and their daughter they fell into each other's arms. They wept as if their cup of sorrow was full to overflowing. The motner of the murdered girl is completely prostrated. THE LEGISLATURE. A Bill to Pay Bounty on the Scalps 01 Fhaski out. Ky , Fsb. z: d Augusta, Wild W 1th , Kv-.- Excitement. Feb. lb. This little Itennbllcan omraltire to Meet. Louisville. Ky., Feb. 24 The state central republican committee has been cilled to meet at Lexington M rch 4. It is believed that the object in calling it is to launch Bradley's boom for presidenL It is stated that an effort uill be made to raise opposition to Mc-nley, who has been gathering a strong following in the state. K . J' college to represent the college in the female oratorical contest at Cynthiana April 0, which will be the first contest of the kind ever held in the state. Bobrrt Laughlln's Trial. Augusta, Ky., Feb. 24 Charles and their society at the Kentucky State omen Orators Chosen. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 24 Miss Etta Coleman. Edmonton, and M ss Lydia Horton, ML Sterling, were chosen by 11 ' i lUCliAEL D. IIABTER. Co Several letters addressed to business associates and one to his wife, who is at her home in Philadelphia, were found in his room. Michael U. Harter was one of the most prominent democrats in the 53d cju jress, his position upon the money question giving him a national reputation. He went to congress from Mansfield, representing Senator Sherman's nume district, and he stood high in commercial circles. He was born at C iton, O.. in 1646, and married a Miss - wn. of M O. Later he a member of the important man. ufactunnjj firm of Aultman, Miller &. 11bank-inlan- d 2L Charles Scanuell, 33 years old. was found dead with a bullet in his head, lyin? at the river's edge at the foot of Meigs avenue, Jefferson ville, Ind, Thurslay morning. Two nundred dollars whicn he had yesterday is missing. A pistol was tied in his hand and circumstances indicate murder. He wasrecently discharged from the United States infantry. Another Lyncher ArreteL G. e Ohio cities. Besides being a leader of the gold ntandard men. Mr. Harter achieved prominence as an original advocate of free trade. At the expiration of his congressional term he became identified with a banking firm in Pniladel-pai- s. Leaving Canton Mr. Harter went to lilausbeld. where he entered the manuf icturing ousinrss. He was alho interested in manufacturing establishments in Fostoria, and other O. Feb 21 Mrs. M. U. Barter and children arrived here son-ca- y from Pnila leiphia, and went to ta?ir home on i'am avenue. The oody of Mr. Harter was brou nt here from Fostoria Sunday evening It was lenrie-- Sunday that Mr. Harter carried iSXJ.OOQ life insurance, of whicn .V1,0JU was in the S3J,000 in tne Northwestern, S2.r.000 in tne in the Mutual Benefit of New .Ierey and the balance in the Mutual Life of New York and other companies. lloth of "mil" Nye. Amikviixk, N. C, Feb. 24. Edgar W. Nye died Sitnrday at noon at his Max.-fiei.t- j. Fenn-hvlvani- a. The hour for the funeral services over the body ilson Nye is fixed for ten of Eigar o'clock Tuecday morning, and the interment will be at the EpUcopal curch cemetery at Fletchers. 12 miles south of Asheville. Many telegrams have been received by Mrs. Nye from people prominent in the literary world, expressing their condolence over her bereavement. early Knsln-- r hot bv a Nero Tramp, EAi.Kimi, N. G, Feb. 24 At Weldon houit- - at line; S.ioals. Asiikvili-k- . N G. Feb. 24. The trj.mp again got into the cab and was put out He dr.-- a pistol and. standing a few feet away, killed Dodd. The tramp was captured. I) dd. the engineer on the Sea Board nhnt Air Line vestibule train,, was UHVV tnrough the heart by a Negro tramp. The latter was in the ensrme cab warm.ng when Dodd toidhim to leave. Saturdar morning Matthew Voliet Jones went to Brooksville to swear out papers demanding that RobSPOTTED FEVER ert Laughiin, the Augusta murderer, Causing Many Deaths in Sections of a Kenbe brought to this county. Judee tucky County. Fields 'informed them that Laughiin BowlijvG Gkken, Kr., Feb 22. Spotwould be brought here for trial March ted fe7er broke out in Edmonson 2, but not before. county about ten days ago, and since then 23 or 30 deaths have been reGiiTe Himself Up. Somehset, Kv.f Feb. 24 William ported, with many new cases. The McDonald, who recently shot and state board of health, assisted by the killed Charley Taylor at this place, local county board, is doing all in its Leiiami, Ky., Feb. 21. Lee Boyle Saturday night gave himself un to power to relieve the unfortunate vicwas brought here Thursday night from Chief of Police R. O Hughes. McDon- tims and to prevent the dreaded dis; the Louisville jail on motion of his at- ald claims the shooting was done in ease from spreading. torney for bond. Tne case will be A report was received here Friday, Both parties are colored. heard Friday. Boyie was arrested Uy and has been ably substantiated, that New Kentucky Poatmasters. Marshal T. Hunter last week on the had broken two Washington, Feb. 24 Postmasters the disease the county, out inat a more charge of participating in tne Devers lumsections of and were appointed for Kentucky as fol- ber settlement there were 25 new cases West mob. lows: M. R. Huston, ., nt Lakeland, and eight deaths. A 311nlter edited. Jefferson county, vice M. E. Whips, The county judge, as well as nearly Lawrkncebubo, Ky., Feb. 2L Rev. resigned; E. T. Marcum, at Sewellton, every man, woman and child of EdM. Baker, pastor of the Tyrone James Russell county, vice L. E. Marcum, re- monson, who have been fortunite Methodist church, in this county, was signed. enough to escape the disease no far, married Thursday to Miss A?nes Toll, Jadtre Mulligan's Realgnatlon. are using every means possible to daughter of Mr. Chas. the Lexington, Ky., Feb 24. Judge check the fever. Tne physicians think R. Toll, the ceremony being performed James IL Mulligan has returned from they will have it fully under control at the home of the bride in Tyrone. Washington. While there he tendered in the next few davs. his resignation as of Lanchlln In Female Attire. Kentucky Uoln to Illinois. Maysville, Ky., Feb. 2L Robert Scmoa and it was accepted. The judge Richmond, Ky., Feb. 22. Many MadLaughiin, the double murderer, was says nothing of his intentions fur the ison county farmers are leaving the removed from jail, dressed as a woman future. plnce of their birth for central Illinois, this time, and placed in the custody of A Woman's FnlL. Sheriff Jefferson and Constable DawLexington, Ky., Feb. 24. Mrs. Belle where they go to engage in agriculA son. At his examining trial he will Laughiin, the wife of a ML Sterling ture and establish new homes. ask for a change of venue to Marion butcher, is under arrest here on the party of 20 left Friday morning, going county. charge of vagrancy. She abandoned to McLean county. It is estimated her husband about tno yearb ago. and that not fewer than 100 men and boys Hill Dead. if. for different ic wnll Vnnnrn in Tr.n.rtnn snrl f?!.. - ' have left Richmond Ky., Feb. 2L Mrs. Eliz.U ..V... Lancaster, UU..U ... .jv....,,.. uuu ,.points in Illinois within the last 60 abeth Hill died Tnursday of heart dis- cinnatL davs. Hard times and scarcity of ease. She was the wife of the late Dr. Chaed by nn Anerr .Mod. Oliver P. Hill,- a leader in the celeMiddlesbobo, Ky., Feb. 24. Tue work are the cause. brated Hill and 'Evans feud. barn of Louis Lingar was burned FriDanced Hlmsolf lu His t'arn. day night. Loss Charles Covington. Ky., Feb. 22. Word was lllnirham's !iooe Itnrned. Jedc who is supposed to have Pixeville, Ky.. Feb. 21 County is now being pursued by an fired it, received at police headquarters Friday angry morning that Thomas Hawkins, a farJudge J. Bineham's residence caugnt crowd, led by bloodhound mer residing near Independence, Ky., fire Thursday afternoon from an open committed suicide at his home by Coal Mine Opera urn FalL grate and was damaged SL000. Hendeeson, Ky., Feu. 21. R, & Eas-ti- n hanging. The discovery was made by & Co., coal miners and e.ilers at the children of Hawkins, who went to James IL Barton, founder of Btrton Heights, a pretty residential suburb of Spottsville, nave askigued to tne Ohio the barn to hunt eggs. They found Richmond Va, has fi ed a deed of as- Valley Banking and 1 rust Co. Several their father hanging. He had tied a halsignment in the county court. The li- thousand dollars are involved in the ter around his neck, and. after fastening it to a rafter, swung off. assignment, abilities are placed at bCu.Oua THE LEGISLATURE. THE LEGISLATURE. They May Vote. Inly Rontlne Bnsineos Trausaeted MoParis. Ky., Feb. 19. County Judge Capital RemoTal Meannrn Unfavorably ndayStill No Klectlon. Howard has rendered a decision in the f ouunlulouers' Fhanx-mk- t. salarle to ! Jan. IRSrNATE Neither Kcdafrd. house did anything ot importance Monday Millersburg local option case, which 1 uesdny has been in the courts for some weeks, morning. Manjr of those who went home SatrBAKroRT. Feb. 1& Lieut. Gor. Worthlngton w. s the recipient of urday were still absent, and the proceedings ' holding that the license people are ena gaTel similar to the one prev nted to apcake t were in the malne routine tn chir.cter The titled to a vate on the question. The Blanfoid. It was formally presented b; Senhouse passed a bill providing for returning ator Stepherson. Several new bills were in- to the general expenditure fund ot the state precinct is now under local option law. troduced, and toe nomination of A. IL AnderParis is the only precinct in the county treasury an unexpended balance of son to be steward at the Hopkins vllle asvl'im on hand In the office ot the comnot under the law. was taken up under a suspension of the rules missioner of agriculture. The senate was A Killing at Pittiburgh, Ky. and was confirmed. occupied with reports of the committees London. Ky., Feb. 19. At PittsHouse Fifteen new bills were In rodnred .ini second reading of bills The joint Tuedav arro g them the followlnz. ToreJuce Monday was a tau.e affair, l'W members burgh a mining town three miles the salary of the commissioners of aniculture being present, the others lein.-- pnired. Four north of this place, Wm. Snutherlr.nd bolting senators votod for Holt and one for and making an appropriation to that dep of 3,U Instead of 13.000 annual Ir to Cochran. The stampede to Holt did not come shot and killed William Osborn. was drunk. Soatherland was arSXondar, as some were expecting amend the act creating the State Historical Tb result society one imposing license fee of tl on jf the billot was as follows: Blackburn 49, rested and brought to London where each car carried by clrcut.es or menHunter 43, scattering 9 he was given an examining trial before agerie. The committee on constitutional A. L. Brown, judge of the county ' BILL. amendments reported adversely on Hardin's court, and was allowed bail in the resolution looking to the rem val of the state self-defens- e. j-- Louisville, Ky., Feb. Irramstancpa Indicate Morder. IMlil lleasta Found In Kentnchr. 1 he house adi-CFederal new bills to lis calendar Friday moraine only a few of which vcre especially Import nt One of these, by . r Goisom, makes it a misdemeanor cf Uarrrn for a minor to Induce the xale of liquor to him bv making a false statement It te.lff of Pike, introduced a bill authorizing ta payment of a premium out of the state tita&ury for, the scclps of wolves, wild cut nnd foxes Mr Flippen. of Monroe, proposed to cut the salaries of circuit judges and the judges of the court of appeals to amendments to school laws f 000. came in, along w tb. the rest. The house defeated the substitute for the bill to abolt-- h the stile board of equalization nnd pissed the original bill by a dcclthe ote. In the henate the bill requiring the Rules of examine to Ftate Inspector le-was by warehousemen tobacco precipitated passed. Bennett a parliamentary tight by moving to t ko up a bill rel itlng to railout of its regular oruer roads Senator Goebel objected (to tills. lntl mating th t this course had been followed us long as It should be, and trat It had resulted In keeping back his Southern Pacific charter repeal bliL ti.-o- iu 1 f Mnrfreesboro, Tenn., having in custody Joseph To td. who had been was choked to death by a bean she t at that place upon a charge of having-stolebicycles from parties in 'tried to swallow. Her sufferings relieved by death wcra awful to this city lie admitted having in his possession when arrested one stolen (witness. A Woman tha Cause or the Trouble. from Frank Rives, a lawyer Someksi-.tKy., Feb. 2tt Wm. llttllob ti The who shot and fatally wounded Fisankfout, Ky., Feb. 22. Tne joint took the 28th ballot for sen- pharles Taylor Monday night, was and at Oakdale Tuesday night, ator without a decisive result and adjourned until Mincliy. The ballot Chief of Police R. O. Hughes will bring jiim to this place for trial. A woman Friday stood; Hunter (rep.), 50; Blackthe shooting, it is said. burn (dem.), 50; Eans (rep ), 3; CarA Verdlco for 8300. (d em.), 5. iN'eceaviry to a cnoice, lisle Lkjiano", Ky., 55. 2a The case of Ed Neweomb vs. the Lousville Press hot iseYell Jieil. Walton, Ki., Feu. -'. Daniel B. Co., which has been on trial since SatRoberts was found dead in bett: It urday, for S10.000 damages, was ended is supposed he died from heart trouble lednsday by the jury rendering a pood to choice, ItSia-ttticommon to fair. $3.25 and dropsy. He had a record of hav- verdict for S30O against the company, C4S5. Veal Calves Fair to good light. $5.00 ing shot seven men and not killing- a JtllL The large, .3.00J single one. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 20. The Gra-- 6.00; extra. t&Z5; common and -. l will be considered bill isiani Pittsburgh. Pa., Feb. n Went trary Overtlm Jlryan ilnnler CatLndkpe.vdknce. Ky., Feb. 22. Thou. by the senate committee on corpora- - Cattle Feeders to prime, A30fti(U;calves, HawKins, a wealtty young- farmer, Lion Thursday afternoon, and a big i&o&7.C0 Medium weight Phlladelphlas. H501 Hog hanged himself near here Thursdey crowd of people is already here to go 155 best llgit Yorkers and pigs. 4.454.50; night. Ue went erazv from reading before the committee. ieavy bog-- 14 4 134. 15. SHEtP -- Common to prime, t2.5X85; lambs, the accounts of the Pearl Bryan murConvicted of Criminal Assanlt. der case. Mokgantown, Ky., Feb. 2a In the 123.50 4.75. BUTTAUO. N. Y . Feb "2. Farmer Adjudged i JmMtlci cjreuit- - court Wednesday Leroy Wells Cattle Few fair40light stecrj and heifers, LAJ.CA3TEH, Ky., Feb, 22. Thomas T(as convicted of criminal assault upon ja00.i3.15 bulK ass. do. Long, a prosperous and widely known his daughter. Sentence haa Hogs YurKers. 14.50 generally HgUt good 14 50 4.55: mixed packers. "r4.IO(it45. farmer of this county, was Friday not vet been nassed. 4.40 4. 45; heavy. I4T7H 4.40. mediums. adjudged a lunatic and taken to .Elopers 31arrled. rousls, $3. 0 40. sheep. 1383 the Lexington asyium. and Lambs Paris. Ky., Feb. 20. B. E. Hughes i 3.WI to ttuo ii;ht to Good mixed 3.0. culls, fair !i8Leading Lawyer Demi. and Miss Emma B. Williams eloped J 00 2.75 prime lambs. J4 4 80 to Augusta. Ky.. Feb. 22. Hon. Robert from Lexington to this city and were good, tur 4 6). .light, H00..J; fair export tht- leading lawyers K. smith, one of The iheep. A90a4 j. married Wednesday afternoon. of this section of the slate, died Friday parents opposed the union. at Brookviile, this countjv-o- f apoW 111 De Pardoned on Condition. j plexy. Fbankfokt, Ky., Feb. 20 Go v. Brad- -' o Kecord of It. lqy refuses to pardon George W. Smith, Li XISGto.v. Ky., Feb. 22. It is deeditor of Justice, unless Collootor John-- 1 nied here that George H. Jackson burson requests it in writing. ied his wi.e in Lexington last July. New Kentucky Post Ollloe. The records do not show it. Wabjungton. Feb. 20 A post office ha been established at Saratoga, Lyon The Venezu la lulitiui!otl county. Kentucky, with Robert H. WA8HIJ.GTON, Feb. 2,2. The Vene. zuelan commission held no formal Hiett, postmaster. meeting Friday on account of the ' A fatal from the city cf Mr. Coudert anu IDelawark. O.. Feb. 2a Mrs. ElizaProf. Oilman, but Justice Brewer and beth Glaze, of Norton, while on her Alvey and Dr. White were in consultaoffice with return home after having attended a tion at tne commissioners relfgious meeting at the Baptist church the geograhical expert, and as on other there, was struck with by ilaso? the past two weeks were en- some unknown person a snowball has THE BEST and since gaged in studying the papers bearing grow n rapidly worse until she" is now which have accumon the controversy critically ill. Fears are entertained ulated in vast proportions. tht.t .he will die. is Simmons liver regulator. Don't forget to take it Now is the time you Miss Alice Balfour, sister of SecreII. Farmer, of iVIasontown. Va., has rv;ed it most to wake up your Liver. A tary Haliour. of the Hritisb parliament, tht compass which was used by CoL sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever is about to publish a book callv McLean and many Ague, "Tweive Hundred Miles in an Ox Wa;- - Alexanderthe famousin completing the and which Rheumatism, constitution other and survey of shatter the Maon am Dixon ills on." Don t forget the word wreck health. lino. REGULATOR. LAY IN. AMBUSH. It is SlAAONS LIVER REGULATOR you want. The word REGTwo Men Await Their Victim One TVai A iM!itlMniijraM8te front residenc, the ULATOR distinguishes it from all other Kl led and the Other ounilmi. honi" f jeweler Armicer, ias linrned ar remedies. And, besides this, SIMMONS Jacksov, Ky., Feb. 19. Carry HolLIVER REGULATOR is a Regulator of the ly, a farm laborer, Tuesday morning J:l.j o'clock, Sunday morning, i'i which Liver, keeps it properly at work, that your mid his wife, Mr. Ariuiger. Ihh ton shot and killed James Combs and badsystem may be kept in good condition. ly wounded Kick Combs on Old Duck thrp-- grandchildren and a friend irom FOR THE BLOOD take SlAVMONS creek, in Breathitt county. It is said LIVER REGULATOR. York lost their lhes It is the best blood purifier and corrector. Try it and note that the two Combses were lying in Nettie Cole, the fnt girl, known in the difference. Look for the RED Z wait by the roadside at the time ready to kill Holly when he passed along, Chicago as the "Kentucky llcauti," on every package. You wont find it on because he had shot Hiram Combs, a iMed last week, a coffin had to he made anv other medicine, and there is no other SlAVMONS LIVER brother of James, tnrough the shoulorder, and no hearse in the great city Liver remedy like REGULATOR-t- he Kingof Liver Remedies. der. enough to accommodate the Be sure you get it. v lare Both men opened fire on Holly as J. H. Zcilin & Co., Philadelphia, P" soon as he was near enough. Holly coffin. returned the fire with a Winchester rifle. It is believed Nick Combs w ill 5sx&iSssSiSJ4SiS5Sj- - 'n 'jajsaqooa 'SNOS S.HOIA S3WVf die from the wound he received. Holly axonr am 10 Hvx jot jsiuo u tniA Ml jo Kan Amx has not been arrested, thougn it is pio jug racuj psjanrp q Xm H1H 'nuaa oijo jdjwii no pirejl said he is at his home and ready to h t3d 3n"u ju su"a give himsulf up. via oini suinuoD 9031 joj Hai:iy'ioujj ? ar-re-- te ex-Gon be-'fo- re -, Alleged B eye' Thief Arretea7 Hopkissvillk, Ky., Feb. 2i -- Officers of tne law returned to this city from HUlc daughter of BJ Carrier, a leading citizen ot De Kovea, station on the Ohio Valley railroad. three-yearol- Hopkisville, d Choked on n Jlean. Ky., Fju- - 20. .nii igsuic -- gpMer !Les5 t:bar? Ooe-Foiir- tb of Regular Pice. THAI'S THE 6H1SSE 1ADE BY THE wenty-Hght- asst-rnbl- v 3: CAPITAL CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. FCR I4.ia.-120- F-eb. en-cl- ot -- 2- 2 UI11EI THE . i "Mas. Eliza J. Evans 182 Anti-Po- ol Xorth 19th Street, Columbus, Ohio. . Fi:t 0'rtairtj Ut Thk ai EiceHtit BjHm Wrai Prtfie tl Inat i . tan. anti-poo- . C OAL! Ul il. Rowanc j KY. GOALS. - G Dealers In BAITYYI - I LLE ANDSOUTHERN Office on Irvine street i ence ot instruction in Double and s t . Book keeping, b mail at Lr OF rU ONE - FOURTH PRICE to a limited number o Our method ol instruction b superior to that of anv on c llunJred ot tetHr;oflial. I ol. testifuni; to the merits ol our on fiie in our office. Our Ma ment is under trm petton.il ., under who . an able the hiuhest degree ol compel ei K .ttnined b correspondence. one of our Kentucky tulrnt a . -- Jmethod of inttrctKMi I o advertise the excel b e will give a thon it r - r WicKLtFtJC. Ky., ab-ben- ce HISl Capital City Ci'Dmenul C peka, Kans- OPPOSITE THEt Gentli-.mk.I am ver mu with tlie text bofik el t siructKMi bi m?:l. Your ru-- n and pjper are up to date in our n Lowct prices guaranteed on application leteinyour eaching. plain. are ver explicit ant) j and will competr with any coal in the the .cience of Book kerpnii in.trl.rt. It - at home just a well, ami - uf Youth r,- r. ol hoard, etc. Of : N)w 0 pcni Tlouse. I- -- I . -- i I M. r t. kri'-v- i hh and Invitations ! SPRING MEDICINE TheElile Stationary Company, of Le ington, Ky, is determined to ineiease their engraving business bv first rlasa work at prices away below their competitor. When in need of vihiting cards, wedding invitations, &.c !Lc , write them for bumples and prices. fumi-dun- Full particulars sent free ing this paper AiMrevi nrniL on ciiiEitriii n6 V 6th bt , TopeK i K OR THE ENT STORE-HOU III! V E in-la- w trustworthy WANTED orSeveral to travel in Ken l.idieb tiifky ..,.. IlliMi. N-ti- v for etal1ihbed, reliahle Iioiim fctetidy posi S7S0 and expenses, l.1,,..!.,.. n.fi.n.iii n,,.l ci.lf ,.1.lnu.u n door to D. 1. btore, t..r t!e"'C 1S96. Now oocupit-.-' l Onr- Pie-oio- r iComptny. .! luni envelope. aim rtii iririiivc The Dominion 2-- K Chimo. Third floor, Omaha i'lda.. 20 .J.E 1 EY 110 W . omiiii-sio- ii TO t'li.ireil LOAN FINE OLD intertt-t- , LIQUORS , ' ( Death of (apt- - ( rail. Newport. Kv., Feb. 19. An old and n citizen. Capt. Ervm Crail, died at his home in this city Monday afternoon, at the age of 72 years. Mr. Crail some time ago followed the river and was well known to rher men, but latterly engaged in the coal business in this cit The deceased leaves three children, Mrs. J. C. Barlow, of Streator, 111.; W. B. Crail, of Newport, and Mrs. Hiram G. Smith, of Newport His son, Capt. Walter B. Crail, is a well known coal man. Scarlet Fever Cloaeft a School. Lawrknceburo, Ky., Feb. 19. The Lawrenceburg public school has been dismissed for two weeks to prevent a spread of scarlet fever. Nora Paynter, daughter of Dr. C. M. toe case, Paynter, has a and, as some of the pupils had visited her before it became generally known the trustees decided to be on the safe side and recommended the school's diswell-knowfully-develop- aamo dSi iCuo 3str jnJFH -- On inmroved farms in M.idi-o- n Ky , at (i per tent, annual rontit. lie 2 f3 14 YEARS OLD Pure Old Whwkio tor Fn, cinal in .on p- Package -- a3iqi" nosrauQ :'s Addivew Vr"ii 3 I oSr otnnvT OI3IUT uibStjx 1 jo pug; IWdOU 'vad 'oiimox lira vL33As snanoaXpi03H2 sja SI "11 Jatrcnb SS qi JFH siu33 o ni J3d 'satpircA. paxtj STOjI 33AQ jpt.0' 8MDIA JP S3IXTZA0H Xuqttoo9 ix. 'iiiioii ii JFil 102 i "I I (M r D.ivv, r 0111 17, Keiiynn Ittnldin;. I.ouisville. K. For blank annli atiunt- ami other ml' rmation unj'iirc ol J. TEVis COIUS, ttnriiev. 2G 1, Ky. Lr. , I 1 Silver M Liquor -- C:a;ar. ('rt- Whoiesale Dealer!, Yv 'f Administrator's Notice! All parties Sliilllft, deiea.-ed- , having claims against C. I) are notifitd to tilt J Go -- li Fame pro erly proven by March lgt, ISIKi, or Kline will hebarred. Claims can be left with M. B. HEKY U. SHEFLET, Adminibtrator. and See,.. ...the TWo J's, Joi)e5 & Jerri) -UarriilHiEFriUHrrrriU - py i u - ". C."I. rflUFFLET, Deeeaetl. ssi- - missal for the period mentioned. THL LEGISLATURE. Prospeel of the Kentucky Tar The Not Cheerful. Tho greatest number of 11111 I consul-gener- FBAhKrOBT, Feb. i0 Senate Wednesday the house bill m .Jdng eligible certain 3herlBs who felled to qualify January 1, was passed A bill to authorize the Neport school boar) to erect additional school bullilngs, was favorably by the committee on education. An adverse report was raado on the bill to require superintendents and teachers. In cities to bo public schools of second-clas- s elected even-- year. Wednesday took up nnd Housl The house passe I Mr. Rice's bill, which bus f r its object tLe wiping mt of the yawning dellcit In the st .to treasurr. It provides for levy lnc an addition il tax ot ten cants on every IlW worth of taxable property in tho state for the next three years, and which, if it becomes a law, will make tio full rate of state taxation MS, Instead ot l.,ui cents on every jl(r. as at present. Democrats voted almost solidb airnlnst the bill, aud the fact that politics wore Imolved In tho fight In the bouse did not Bit e cheerful prospects for tho pasiae of the bill In the senate. Several minor bills were adrauctd- - HEATING STOVES ever had have and the greatest variety Ave (argJarglM isMfsray sr?. 1. lEgrrHJEir frJBfjfpafjETipShJa ? Prices range from and sizes. up to 850. All shapes Many designs. Plainest to the S3 mm P Ull l MliiIIL.ll 91 MA N STREET liniS Mi w fanciest Weean satisfy you j n every respect. OGkelfoi'rt aii fienfrii Eichmond, Ky. n fjJfn7l 2t bi y, THE INQUEoT. Verdict Charge CrlmliiRl mm Bfrrl - 03 Liu-ga- r, Ses-at- Marshal Sayers was at Maysville Tuesday night, teturning h?re early Wednesday morning, several of the officials of the Mays-vjljtil have been here in attendance at the inquest. The examination of Eaward Ht7gerald, the Chesapeake and Oh o detect ve, and Atthur Pumpolly, turnkey in the Maysville jiil, corroborated the statements of Marshal Sayers and other witnesses in regard to the published confession of Robert Laughiin. The jury returned the following verdict: "We, the jury, believe, from all the evidence in the case, that Sarah E. Laughiin and May Jones came to their death by an iron poker in the hands of Robert Laughiin, and that he ravished May Jones arid burned tue bodies within tho house." morning. Shot Hlmieir With suicidal Intent. Danville, Ky., Feb. 20. 'Russell Beimore. night operator at the Queen Laushlln With Murder, sAault Htid Aeon. Augusta, Ky., Feb. 20. The coro-nor- 's jury conveneu in the m iyors office at ten o'clocK. The coroner examined several witnesses Wednesday mm I SMJi LLLiii Is still in the market with m mm $7 V- -v J&.'U le ;nuish Phenomenal Suc-o- f Holiday Trade, Our C3.S We are in a Lib&ra! Mood to A With the m&&& ii? St- "4- & j -- - - the finest and best mm mm m- 'Z&ztS?' - Lfim ir'S S- selected stock of watches, ..GIVE CRAND VALUES-CLEARIN- G UP RQUGHQUT 5 d THE ....VALUES UMHEARD OF and lap ry that can be found in Central HOUSE, pa Kentucky, and at p ices that can not he duplicated am where. I "fleeced SALE... clocksjewel- tlS.-o- ou rt-m- Os-bo- M CnETKXSK, Wyo., Feb. 24. The peo- pie ofs Laramie and Cneyenne heard the news of Bill Nye's death with keen regret fcatnrday afternoon. The old Boomerang office over the stable will be traped with mourning. It was there j that the gentle William made his saying that "To get to our oliiee you go down therailcr, enter the stable, twist tne pray mule's tail and iinmediateiv take the elevator." Probably Cue of ralelde. ToRO.NTO.Ont., Feb. 24 The body of James Scott, who for many years was one of tne leading retail dry goods, mercnants here, was found unaer a bridge in the Roedale Ravine batur-- ( ay. Jt is supposed to be a case of baicide with financial troubles as the n. , Jlomrrnc Ofilca Draped. ) cause. feces Hi ralwingly IiL a week ag- - be was threateaed with fcwrt laJUc-a- is a jimU a Mrl Senator "Veortter III. WARnrXOTO-Ttr Si Kmotn. la has b-- ea v, More ' . JSt- - - r against the Graziani bill, but hare evidently found tne tide Against them. Friends of the bill have KEEP OUT OF POLITICS. been actively at work during tne last eration The Faculty of the Kentucky State ( ollega few days and have had the co-of the people of all communities. The B. Barnett. Lexington; Martha R. Can Do Itothlnc 31 ore Thnn Tote. Westport, Oldham. i Lexington, Ky., Feb. 1&. The fac- preachers of Covington, Lexington, Villi Get a Warrant. ulty of the Kentucky State college has Newport and Louisville have tateu an. adopted a resolution prohibiting any active hand for the hill, and have - Augusta. Ky., Feb. IB. Volley professor of that institution from written letters and sent petitions in Jones, brother of the murdered wife, actively participating in politics the interest of the passage of the of Robert Laughiin, "will go to" IJrottks- in the future, besides, bill, and havo been materially assist- vii e. Wednesday to swear tiut a war-- ' and rani in Judge Field's court for the nr- - I preventing any member of the ed 'ay the ladies of Cmngton, here for infaculty being and other places, who have Test of LiughHn, to bring-hiin any way terested in any contract with the shown considerable interest in the his preliminary trial before Police Juuge Wallace. city. This resolution is the result of . measure. the active parts taken by two or three The committee on corporations, comifw Erotncky Iostmaitrs. of the faculty duriag a late congres- posed ot Chairman W;, W. Steienson Washington.. Feb 19 The follore-Insional race and the esajreaieptby the and Senators C. J. Broaston, IL Jj. postmasters for Keajuckv wero city of Prof. Anderson, of tkejnechan-iea- l Martin, W. J. Hisiem and John Jr Ti. Martin, commissioned hariBg before it the considera Ftaherty.Meade county; Virgin Horton,. department of that Institution, to Hickory-Grovdraw m plans for JitiitMBa-- t4w ity tion of the MIL will meet aud Graves eoantv; 2J. V, mill eiericity. and alao'Utb gpawfiak- - j the argxtaeaas. Hr:LGrtifMi, J'tfka lUAer, Fropeet, JaJBfirWB. rwBty. , "& y" f "Si I . anti-poolroo- m capital and submitting tbit queitlon to a popular rote. Mr. Vloletu of Franklin on a que-itlon of -- ersonal privilege. it neat speech. presenting Speaker Blanford with a gav 1. the gift of pupils of Frankfort M nual Iralnmg bChooL Mr. Blanford accepted it In an appropriate speech. m-d- J The Preachers Take an Active Band In vor ot the Measure. Fa- sum of 4.000. room peop e have been quietly Frankfoht, Ky.,,Feb 18 The pool- at worc oi Kentneky lVnilnuers- Washixoton, Feb. 19 Pensions w ere issued to Kentuckians as follows: Original: Samuel Mason. Henderson; Rudolpu Glaser, Hickman, Fulton Increase: James Boggs. McGlone, Garter. Original widows, etc.: Maggie jle-Ka- himself Wednesday morning with suicidal intent, it is believed, and is now in a dangerous condition. Tne bullet plowed through his tongue and lodged in the roof of his mouth A colored man in an adjoining room aroused the agent, and Beimore told him the pistol was discharged in his pocket, but his inconsistent story and a paper on his table directing th:-.- t all his effects be turned over to his aunt. Mrs. C. F. Newton, at the Hotel Emery, Cincinnati, indicated suicide. acci-dent- ly and Crescent depot, in Djnville, shot spool hillc thrail tc; Ladies 4 Tiil)io Oil Cloth, 10c; 100-yiinetl hose 18c, former price '25k. A Kood ileece Lined llo-se- . 10is. A i;ood Wool hoge ISo, Toriner will sell price 25c. 0'ie lot ladies'' and Misses Hose ribbed nnd hejiniks (Munples). 20c, 25i mils, 15c. 75clov nl 50c 1-yil mm pa on lifgl 3Tou diamonds and take jf Sfp 5B? is TTilI!lp"BleaGli8i Cotton, He mm mm ,5 Cents, Pprmsr Price 742. sra THiS SALE WILL LAST ONLY A FEW, y, eache. Frankfort. Ky., Feb. 2a One of the best known fruit authorities in Central Kentucky says that the out- DO-Elook for peaches in this state thisj-ea- r is remarkably good. The covering of both wod and hud are thick, glutinous and seems to be perfect for resistance to trying weather,. This same authority, however, thinks the arpl Wop will be remarkably short in tis-sn- es Good Troapect for DAYSt, T JB ten per cent from any price named by jinvntlinrhrmsp ""j""-"- " t have a tew thimrs in the way of Christmas Jim cracks -- s fjgJi WAIT, T dng, Hats, Shoes, educed Prices, fflT " COME ,. i LI j ' . ' 1&9& - i Ben-set- t, Tu-sda- y: br. e, ll t . . r'f.r ' 'tr--- .s f ,...!. s'fW r --- - rrrm ".linv LkdasoK, Pb. 20. Fisher & Sutton, whose ness was that of general merchandise at Ray wick, county, assigned to C. M. Crow-duAn attachment is sai ljju have prMhJut edthe failure. Tuey cpy't to pa-- tfaluirj far dollar, "but wilthkrd-- . ay- - rwjwo wwnw as a !fc Raywlclf Kv--, b-is B; fcots at tfreat-lf- ji r'gl ill! IJ HiJa them, come and get them. Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired on short nopce and 'warranted. N0 own price. As III don't; wrant that )T0Ti tan have at your Iftft in-thi- s s. ' f w it ( m$m cr z. Vmi JL H.umt, ir ivrhnr epj IX TOUR OLD GOLD AKH ILVER. rtuaii t ii D. -- I T - P. tRMER ' 1IU H faffiffi3aSUi3faii:5l Xz-'i- lSSiPfiiFP - ffJJ 1 Vs.' -- .1 ,"B r j tf . ' O Y.i - .