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JANUAEY 6, L897. xT NUMBER 31. We Send it FREE! TO MffTpttS ayjiei.tirK bilious Ctgrl!i''it6fOkva.s"etcN victims tf - iot- and untie, tho - EUINED BY CUBAN WAR. Rich American Sugar Planter Rendered Penniless. On- l- One-- of Many Similar Casos Ceo. Kulhlcsily Hums All tho tnliainss and Snar Cane on Jmsr r irtwi mercurial diseased how lliey recovered lie-ltheer- It! I spirits and koou ariette.lhey will tell you by taking SIMtli, MONS I.lVfc'k IUGU-LAIO- k Th. Cheapest. Purest and Best Painlly Medicine In the World I For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Tana-e sa'tcssSICKHI"AUACHE,C.lic. I.- m of Spirits. SOUR bTOUAUI. " to. etc. This unrivalled remedy is" He: --. to of cl not anyeontain a single or XiLK . u inineial aubstance. but ia tlio Plantation. ' It will cure all Diseases causrd by Derange-miol the Liter and Kowels. S of Liver Complaint are a Te or ' liMoS!S in the month; id taste Pain in the ei S s or J in's, often mistaken for Uhcu-ir- a L a 5our Stomach; Loss of Appetite; alternately cosie and lax; Headache: It m l.os t lleraorv, with a painful sensation of r;r fa ri to do something which ojghtto ria li beeo 1 me. Debility; Low Spirits, a thick a the in and Eyes, a dry "J i J,c fc --as n 'aVen for Consumption. many of these symptoms attend very few; but the LlVER the vese.' the seat of the disease, and if no: is preat suffering, wretched-- c in !... .'flDEA1time, ensue. II will a" T otj highly esteemed persons attest to c rtues of Simmons Liver Kegula'ort ,et V s 11. .it. Pros. Ua S K. R Co, Rev K T .er. Perry, Ga ; Col k parlts. A!-a I Mas'crson.Evj., Sheriff Bibb Co., I Alexander H. Stephens. 'A tested its virtues, personally, and J. t at for DvspepMa, liiliousness and " ) r; Headache it is the best medicine the 'saw We tried forty other remed'Ci butnoneijave tf s immonsLiver Regulator, but the Reu. an i ' t only ernporary relief;cured us " ED, relieve-!- , but ia nt rorta c ng those Southern Roots and Herbs v j ao a" wise Providence lias placed in c - es where Liver Diseases most prevail. PURELY VEGETABLE, t i-- & rt-'o- S-- c-- lv 1 . Ji tKtni and Mt3tSGER, Macon. J MV' Ua. FACTLRtD OSLV CV H. ZEILIN & CO.. Philadelphia. Pa. PROFESSIONAL COLDBIN. about 1,000,000. The breaking out of the revolution affected Mr. Seiglie's business, but he continued to carry on his plantation. (Jen. Mceeo gate him permission, as well as other owners of plantations, to grind sugar, on their agreement -,n n nnf: nf -- . """'" the Cuban government. Il.sacceptanco of Maceo s offer aroused the anger of 4 .. -"-- . Instance of an American citi- sen. onte wealth v. wlin liie Iwnn liv tne r.ar .r. Cuba, is anorded - tho in case of rrancisro SiKhe. now in New , Vnrb if,- ...i, n-- -n ....' LUl II1UI1U1S .. uu in.iij ago was one of the richest sugar planters in that unfortunate island, but who y is practically penniless. HiscaEC is brought into prominence by a decision just rendered by Judge Kogcr A. Pryor. in the supreme court, in a, case in which the Sew York Life Insurance company was the defendant. Mr. Seig-li- e, w hile a Cuban by birth, is an American by naturalization. He has spent much time in New York city, where lie and his wife hae many friends. Ilis money was invested in a sugar plantation in the province of Santa Clara, The plantation was one of the largest in that part of the island, including the private residence of the proprietor and his family, was estimated to be worth Ano-.-- ..., t- ' to-da- ly ...., ";. '- MIS J M.LDRED GOLDEN, did not cease making sugar he would .WL": rJri ..k .AtMA i .111. WlllVi JliU.l.V.UU IIUlllLta J. destroy their plantations. .S7TY"'; IIM'IIER AXD Mr. Seiglie, like many others, refused TYPEWRITER. to stop operating his plantation, relying on libs rights as an American citiKENTUCKY. zen. H. IIMOM), About the end of April last tiie Spanish troops appeared at the plantation and began burning the cane, which J3 "j7i- adjoining A .11. liarnam't. represented hundreds of thousands of dollars in value. Soon afterward Mr. ArioasrsTs. Seiglie, refusing to accede to Veyler's repeated threats against him and other . SrrXJlLiX","-i.2American planters in particular, was visited by a Spanish oflicer, who said that Gen. YYeylcr had ordered that w, e Atto i:x every building on the plantation fchould Hl HMOXD, KENTUCKY. be burned. Then the Spaniards fired k. e over Taylor's Hardware store, op-- all the buildings, and in a short time t- Court House, on Main Street. not a stick was left standing. The homeless family sought refuge in the town of Sagua la Grande. H B. HGG, About the only thing left to Mr. SeigA TTORXEY AT LA W. lie 0:1 which he could realize money for . Ji nMiiMi, Kentucky. the support of himself and family was a life insurance policy for $5,000 in the New York Life Insurance company, Hh.-No. 13 Firf-- t St.. up fetaire. 0 he had taken ,out in, April, ,1S7. , : ,. m, J.11C puiicy uas uiuut: iu iuui ui ma NT E. LILLY, i.l. - owner of largo shipping Hvmy on tiie castled Rhine, lie had a daughter, and a poor ship carpenter dared to raise his eyes to her. They married in spite of opposition, and. the father having cast off; the daughter, the pair embarked on tho stormy sea and found their way to the ,anU of the frcc nncl the home of the urate. They tarried -in New ork long to learn the English language and spend most of the money they had brought ttith them, and then they came to the glowing west. They had two children, and then the mother died. The father died also when the eldest of the two littLa girls was but three years old, and Father found homes for both. They have since grown to womanhood and married. One is the wife of Louis Xahrgang, of Davenport; the other is the wife of Mr. Stetens, of DcAVitt. A short, time ago there came a letter from the Swiss consul at Chicago announcing the death of an uncle who had kept in hW possession for 20 years a fortune of 400,000 francs (about v. hich had been left by the wealthy owner of the shipping interests to his daughter, whom this uncle had mode no effort to find. He left papers, however, indicating to whom the money belonged, and as the identity of Mrs. Nahrgang and Mrs. Stetens is clear ami undisputed they will get a snug sum of money to diviila between them, after the percentages which go to sundrv statc lnst!tutlon, in Switzerland hav'c ,, Mr. Nahrgang remains serenely nn disturbed, and the lathe which he operates at. the W. II. Voss Manufacturing company's shops continues to engage his attention. 1'ela-morgu- es ROMANCE OFTWO LITTLE GIRLS. Their rinmlilo Ilomi-- to Bo Knrlclied by a fortuna from Over tlio Sea. More thau 40 years ago there was a -- Highest of all in Leavening Strength. S3SSv T3? R5 0 S i mNSr 2g5a lMr4L&! BSE.UlTEE1f L?iiJEE5E $S0,-00- 0) ci,f,,i T, It -.- -- 31-3- A p'-- lo arrange with the insurance company I Kentucky. for a loan on the policy. The company "i.iMt, was not desirous of accepting his prop. YV. corner Main and Second osition unless certain legal points were AVill practice in all settled, but agreed to advance Mr. Seigup urtx of Madison and adjoining lie $1.G50 on the jiolicy if the court held t .' -, and Court of Appeals. it legal. In his statement to the court, Mr. Seiglie that the money he J.V.& D. M. ODENAULT, sought to borrowvns necessary for the support of his w ife and children, dudge ATTORNEYS AT LA IP, I'ryor has decided that the loaning of R IIMUND, KKNTUCKY. the money to Mr. Seiglie does not. in low Albany. jny way affect the policy. A MECHANICAL PITCHER. Mr. Seiglie has filed a claim against "i'ht on Second street, over Chen-(o Revolutionize the I.ikriy - trrocery. the Spanish goterninent for the destruc- Gun That IsGumo of liasshall. tion of his plantation. Prof. Ilinton, of Princeton, gave the E1HEX D. PAIUWSH, first public exhibition of hi3 baseball SAN JOSE SCALE DESCRIBED. pitching machine the other night in the A TTORNEY A T IA IP. Pror. S. A. I"orbe faajn It May I!o Much university gymnasium. The gun, in Orchards. Damage I. Kesttcky. IM..D, which is a short, breech loading cannon, ocA recent article in regard to the 24 inches in length and placed upon a San .lose s;ale in Illinois i carriage, was put at one Trade, Marks, currence of the a'cnt, Caveats. on the subhas brought many inquiries end of the gymnasium. At the other Etc Ki P'rt as to imtenUbilily of ir.viiation ject, and, for the benefit of those desirend was a net, at which the professor I r' "f ( liare. Unsurpassed facilities. ing further information, the following pitched several balls from his cannon. enM Uefore ajiplying for a letter from Prof. S. A. Forbes, state terms. All were successful and the curves 4G- tomologist, is published. It very clear- could be seen as distinctly as if sent ' i. ttriu- - me. difference between from the hands of one of Princeton's ly points out the this class and the common orchard spearsity twirlers. cies: In the lecture Trof. Ilinton told of, never lays eggs, his early experiments with the machine,, "The San Jose scale A TTOIiXE IP. ir, but brings forth its young alive, anil how the ball was made to curve, and Kenlucl-y- . L ' i passes tho winter as a living insect. Tho how he expected that the national 'oyster shell' bark louse and the scurfy game would receive a great change rcale, on the other hand, lay eggs in the through the agency of the mechanical 13 solicited. fall, and then perish, their bodies dry- pitcher. ing away to thin scales, under which P2TSI0IA17S. the cluster of eggs deposited b- - each JACK RABBIT STORIES. female may now be found. If one of rifteen Thousand ald to Ilavo Been these common scales be carefully lifted DR. II. R. GIBSOX, rjasged Near Lamar, Col. from the bark of an infested trcebv the TMif nnnnnl i"rT. pnlilit. nt of a pin, the minute oal eggs, to Lamar CoL) is now in progrces and point PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the number of 20 or more, may be read- lnany Kansas sporlSlineil are participat- r iiiinM), Kentucky. ly seen by a good , pair of eyes. .'n tbc hun, Tfce . abbjts have mu, "In the 'oyster she species the c t Uea n thatscction to so preat an cx. ir r in the )oe Cc.Tins iHiiMinjr, x8 and ao t the scurfy scale a ent tbat sucb mode of cxterm5nation are yellow, and reel, over Wnue .old drucstere. t,fC, Cf!)lKC TYinV lT II -- A. "- I, "w""- " ""'" very injurious, but very much less becomes necessary. Paul Morton, third come vice president of the Santa Fe, with a. on the whole, than the San Joso large party of Santa Fe officials, came CHAS. HOOKER, species, with which, as will be seen, they in from that place, where they spent I ETKMXARY SURGEON, need never be confounded. An illus- the better part of one day in the chase. (aduale Ontario Veterinary College. trated bulletin on the San Jo.? Fcale If their accounts may be. relied upon Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. will soon be issued by the 15,000 jacks wero slain in the round-up- . experiments! station at Chr.n-paig- The members of the party " up stairs over New YorV. Store, corner elated 11 .11 d lirt streets. Richmond 46- to be infested with their success, some ofiere havThe counties them a.ro Ogle. Adams, Sangamon, Shelby, ing killed as high as 1C0 in uvc hours. Clark and Randolph." . C. JASPEB, M. D The reports of the guns werv of such volume as to suggest a real battle. Medicine and Snrgery. TerrlM Dream Come True, illice Collins Buildintr, Main Street. Why Shoes Are Left at tho JJoor. Mrs. Burns, wife of Frederick Burns, L.ephone at residence (the Carr place) or. In Syria people never take olc their a Philadelphia & Pending railroad enllrondway. entering the caps Li' iiMoxn, - - - - - Kentucky- gineer, residing at Port Providence, Pa., house or turbans .when or visiting a friend, but they al- She is a firm believer in dreams. drtamed recently that she stood beside ways leave their shoes at the door, DR. O. A. KEXXEDT, two open graes in the village church- - There are no mate or scrapes outside, yard where the Burns family bury their and the floors inside are covered with PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, dead. In each of the graves there was expensive rugs, which, in Moslem Kentucky. a coffin, and in the coffins she saw the houses, are kept very clean, and used to I'n iimoxd, face of a young girl and that of an old kneel upon while saying prayers. OXce in Smith Building, No. 204 Mam Street, np man. She was greatly alarmed by the s a:r& Office hours xa to ana 4 to 5 o'clock. Immunity from Death. dream, and told her family about it. M. Pouchct, an eminent French bioloJust about one week from that night gist, gii-c- it as his opinion that the DR. JOHX M. FOSTER, Mrs. Burns' daughter Clara, a girl of H", Kentucky was burned to death; and a few days ery lowest forms oT life are not subject LirilMOND, to death, as are the higher forms. afterward her husband's father, Jonas lnnhroomj Exerywhcro. Burns, died of pneumonia. Telephone at office and tcMdence. Mushrooms grow wild in all parts of the earth, and are as plenty in Siberia "lint Knives. P W. EVANS, M. D., Knives of flint and other stone break- - os in the 'Topics Growth or iron vors. lng with a sharp fracture were known in early times. When the Spaniards in- The first iron forge in English North PJ1Y6ICIAN and Sukgeon, vadrd Mexico the natives had knives of America was located ntP.aynham in the year 1C52. Kentucky. volcanic glass. Richmond, . TTOIINEY--A T-L- A IP, wife. Mr. Seiglie came to New York city i - it- nic ground, has an interesting history. It contains about 300 acres of land, 200 of which are swamp. Three historic peaks of the highlands look down upon it Dunderberg. Hear mountain and Anthony's Nose. In 1SG0 the island was owned by Dr. Grant, who lived there and grew grapevines and choice fruit trees. He had vineyard of 20 acres, 2.000 to 3,000 bearing near trees and small fruit of everv Kind. He had 11 propagation houses, and produced more grape and other plants than all other farms in the country. The island is upon the dividing line of temperature. The sea breeze stops there, and the effects of this are visible upon tegetation. The reason is two weeks earlier than at Newburg, only 14 miles northward. It is at the lower entrance to this mountain range. The width of the river between it and Anof a thony's Nose is only mile less than at any other point be- Take One J. Pierpont Morgan has become the owner of Iona, the picturesque island in the extreme northern part of Ilockland county, N. Y. He intends, it is said, to convert the island into a pleasure resort for poor families in New York city who can't afford the expense of an outing for themselves. Iona, apart from its fame as a pic- PLEASURE RESORT FOR POOR. Outlns to Ilo rroildcd TIiobo Unablo to ;';'"' -- three-eight- a bf r-J- two-wheel- GREEN CLAY , --- ... 1 Sec-c-- 111 27- I "-"- J f, statea.-r'cul-tur- al n. zi '- - ... 1 s .... Mi n ajiiaeiawAidi1. - ; rr'i-v- rt DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond Office and residence on Third Street. 18 ... OOTHHGSoo.. NEW YORK X EXPERIENCE. 50 YEARS' THMCZ-A-VJCZ- ZDITiON. Pages a Week. DENTAL SUSG3HT. DR. A. WILICES SMITH, variety end reliability o! contents. It is practically a daily at the low price of a weekly; and DENTALSURGEON, its vast list of subscribers, extending to every Kentucky State and Territory in the Union and foreign Richmond, countries, will vouch for the accuracy and fairness of its news columns. Office Smith building. Main Street. Office It is splendidly illustrated and among its hour, oum to 11 M. ; 1:00 to 4 I. M. special feature are a fine humor page, exPractice limited to dentistrr. haustive market reports, all the latest fashions for women and a long series of stories by the greatest living American and English authors. 3. C. Xokgax. J. A. Yates. C jnan Dotlk, Jsaoua K. Jzuonc, Maby E. Whjcixs, Stanley YYeyiian, YATES, ... It stands first among "weekly" papers In size, frequency of publication and freshness, aea.- 156 - Papers a Year. Anyone sendlns a ckctch and description may quickly ascertain, free, whetber an Invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly cooOdentlal, Oldest acency furtecurine patents In America. Wo bare a Waeblnston , oiSce. special notice in tbe IIISIB 'ywt TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS, COPYRICHTS &c. The soft, swelling strains of the vio- of Islam. lin awakened Mamie Steinhaus, of 1020 The Eedm Oriental society, an in- South Fourth street, Philadelphiafrom fluential Arabian religious and benevMADE HIS OWN COFFIN. COULD HAVE LED. her sleep of lethargy, in which she had olent association, with headquarters in oath of an Eccentric Old Character at been for 10 days, thus demonstrating Morocco, is pushing the project, and the marvelous effect of music on the hu- lias named Hassan Ben Ali, of 531 Sixth Patorson, N. J. Ballington Eooth Might Havo Been avenue, as its agent. He has been conJames Lindsay, who died in the alms- man nervous system. Hoad cf Salvation Army. About three weeks ago Mamie Stein- sulting with real estate dealers, arhouse, was buried from the undertaking establishment of John F. Smith, haus was first afflicted with a myste- chitects and the building department Mrs. Booth Otters :i Tarablc at Chicago en Main street, Paterson, J. lie was rious malady, which has puzzled her for the last four weeks, and has forWhich Cites a. Clear r Insight Iuto a co fan maker and first gained notoriety phj'sicians, when she came- home talk- warded to Morocco plans for a building tho Schism That Uavo U.rtlx to in that section by the legend which ing incoherently and in a state of ner- to cast $04,000. the Volunteers. Arabian boys, probably 50 each year, ; adorned his little shop on Barbour vous excitement, saying she had been frightened by a policeman. are to receive in New York a thorough street, which reads: In the guise cf a parable Mrs. Balling-to- n She was put to bed and relapsed into legal, medical, scientific and technical "Coffins made and repaired. Light Booth made a statement at Chicago ones for silk weavers. Strong ones for a state of lethargy from which Dr. training. The religious and literary ' the other night at the People's institute country people." ' Stallcr, her attending physician, could branches of the school will bo taught Volunteer rally that, if true, casts a The old man was buried in a coffin not rouse her. He decided to try the ef- by Mohammedans, and the presence of new light on the separation of her hus- he made for himself some ten years fects of music on tlio patient, and two the mosque will enable the full Mo- band from the ranks of her father's ego. It was a rough affair, painted girl violinists residing in the neighbor- hammedan ritual to be maintained. ' army. She declared that when the black, with red and white stripes run- hood were summoned. The sultan of Morocco, Abdul Aziz, a, (shadow of the present had lifted and ning around it. There was an open The sleeper did not move ot first, but man of progressive ideas, tried the exleft the facts clear the writers of the ing eight by eleven inches in the upper ' ns the strains increased in volume periment of sending young men to history of the schism would liken the part of the lid, in which was fitted a t Mamie twitched nervously, then sho study in Germany, but it did not turn commander to David, at whom King picture of Lindsay, taken with a bull- turned over, and with her face against, out satisfactorily; the students became Saul cast the javelin, and who, when he dog, his companion for many years. the pillow appeared to murmur in her dissipated. The Ledm society believes that its plans will meet with his approafterward had the king in his power, A rough plate of brass inscribed with slumber. yet let him go free rather than take the his name was also fitted on tho coffin, A few moments Inter she opened her bation. crown that might have been his own. lie was very proud of this piece of work eyes and asked for a drink of water. A glass was placed to her lips, and. CUTTER GRESHAM ALL RIGHT.1 Stripped of its figurative garb, this and used to say: could mean nothing more nor less than "I'll have that at my death, anyway. taking a sip, site sank back, but only New Iloat Slakes a Itcniarkable Record on Her Trial Trip. that Eallington Booth had the oppor- - They can't bury mc in a pauper's box." for a moment, and then she apjieared The official trial of the new revenue tuniti1 while still in the Salvation Armv It is supposed that Lindsay slept in to awaken more thoroughly, although of deposing his father from power and this coffin, as there was no sign of a ' Bho refused foot! Then she was seized cutter Walter Q.Gresham took place the himself assuming the functions of gen bed in his shop, which was also his liv- - with a fit of hysterical laughter, which other day and proved highly satiseralship. Mrs. Booth made this even ing apartment. The place was filled continued for two hours; then, appar- factory. .. -- .. clearer as she proceeded. with coffins, but Lindsay kept his pet ently tired, she would have again re "When he could have led." she said, apart from the others and covered it lapsed into slumber had not Dr. Stallcr pressure of 1C0 pounds and the wheel "he refused to grasp the opportunity, with white muslin. He was never known ordered her plunged into a cold bath. making 155 revolutions, the speed and instead preferred to go out with to make a sale of any of his wares, and , This entirelv restored her. As she averaged was 19.G miles an hour in ten his little band, even though he boro although visitors came from a considera- -' emerged, shivering and cold, she rec- - fathoms of water. Changing the course, with him tho stigma of dismissal in dis- blc distance to view his queer habita- ognized her parents and twin sisters 12 fathoms was reached and the revolu- grace for he was dismissed." tion, there were no customers among .and then fell into a natural sleep. Her tions run up to 107, the speed increased Mrs. Booth, continuing, asserted that them. Finally, after struggling hard recovery is assured. to 20.7 miles an hour. Getting into 15 at the time they left the Salvation Army to make a living, he gave up tlio job and The music, the physician claims, fathoms the engine turned as high as they had no idea of starting a new went to the almshouse a year ago, at quieted tho slumbercr's nerves to such 171 revolutions and the ship's speed ran movement. "We thought only of rest," the age of CS. When he left his shop an extent that her will succeeded in up as high as 21.1 miles an hour. he said, "and though we knew that in he entrusted John Kidd, a New street gaining the mastery, and, assisted by The vessel was turned while going at the end we would enter into some form saloon keeper, with the care of his the cold bath, it was able to retain con- full speed, with the remarkable result of Christian work we believed it would coffin, telling him to keep it until he trol. of renewing her course from due north be as independent church workers and died. The dead man's son, James F. to due south in one minute and fifteen HAND SAVED BY X RAY. speakers. The call came to lead the or- Lindsay, was the only mourner. The seconds without apparent heel. Ncarly ganization now known to the world as body was buried in Laurel Grove ceme- Cause of a Dantrcron Swelling Discovered the entire day was consumed in the by Mrs. Ilackman's Physician. he Volunteers, and after we were sattery. trial and the distance traveled in tho Quite a successful experiment was tests was isfied that it was Divine in its injuncoter 135 miles. made in Effingham, Til., the other day tion we hroded it, and accepted the COLORS FOR THE MAR3LEHEAD. The trial was conducted by Capt. posts of honor and trust." Ceremony Takes Place on the Cruiser and With the X ray. Several weeks ago Mrs. John W. Collies, engineer in chief of A. II. Hackman, sister of Dr. Henry a Luncheon Polloxvs. the revenue cutter service, assisted by TO MAKE COLORADO BLOOM. cashier of Eversman, Wood & Inspector Jeffries and an efficient 6taff of a new set of colThe presentation nallroad Corapnilcs Will Attempt to ors to the United States cruiser Marble- - Engbring's bank, experienced a sudden from Washington. find painful swelling of the left hand, Utilize tho Arid Lands. head by the inhabitants of Marblehcad, The cutter will be stationed at MilIf plans now being formulated by the Mass., took place at the Brooklyn navy Which progressed to a point w hen it waukee, doing service on Lake Michigan railroad companies can be successfully yard. The officers and crew of the was feared amputation was necessary. and Lake Superior. The attending physician took his carried out the arid eastern section of cruiser assembled on the quarter deck. Colorado will be converted into fruitful Commodore Sicard, commandant of the patient to the Illinois college of photog- PREACHER TO TAKE THE STAGE. ' farm laud. yard, together with the captain and of- raphy of Effingham and hnd President Itev. It. T. TroTO, of S.iginair. .Mich., lias As explained by W. W. Lunger, land ficers of the other w ar essels now lying Bisscll subject the hand to the effects Resinned His Charge. inspector of the Union Pacific Railway in the navy yard, was also on deck, in of the X my, which quickly disclosed Rev. Benjamin T. Trego, of St. John's and located the trouble. The rays dis- Episcopal church, has resigned. On company, the railroad officials proposo full uniform. to introduce varieties of agriculture and The colors consist of one ensign and closed a sewing needle deeply imbedded January 1, it is said, he will leave tho horticulture that are adapted to the soil four markers in silk, one national en- in the flesh adjacent to the lower bone active ministry and take up the stage, terribly of which he has long been an ardent cf eastern Colorado as it now stands. sign, a jack and a pennant in bunting. of the thumb. The hand To do this requires a greatdeal of inves- C. H. Sparhawk, chairman of the pre- bwollen. The rays penetrated thrco student, having written several merittigation and experiment. An effort will sentation committee, delivered the col- or four inches into the flesh and dis- orious plays. be made at once, it is said, to get aid ors and made a brief speech, which was closed the needle in two sections. Clay Clement, an old friend of his, Prof. Bissell took a photograph of the spent several days as his guest last from congress toward this end. If no replied to by Capt. Jewell. aid can be obtained from this source tho After the acceptance of the flags the hand with the imbedded needle and has month, and it is said made arrange-- I railway managers may act alone. stars and stripes were hoisted to the it on exlubition. The surgeons will now nients with Mr. Trego to star with him Experts in agriculture and horticul- peak and the navy band played the have no trouble in removing the needle in Shakespearean plays. Mr. Trego ture and the effects of climate, altitude "Star Spangled Banner," at the con- nnd thus save the hand and perhaps refuses to confirm this report, but nd-- I and drought on these two will lie sent clusion of which a signal was given to the life of the patient. mits ttiat he has received seeral offers from managers, including Clay Cleinto Siberia. Persia and other high the battle ship Texas, and the national FOUND A LIVE TARANTULA. ment. He will go to Xew York soon to countries which possess the general salute of 21 guns was fired from the Evanston Youth Comes Across It in a decide upon his future course. climatic and physicial characteristics guns. launch of liananas. Mr. Trego was for several years recof this region. They will find out what After the ceremonj- - luncheon was Jimmie Clemens, better known as tor of St. George's Episcopal church, staple crops arc raised by cultivators of feCTved on board. "Salvation Jimmie," while stripping a Detro'.t. He is a graduate of Xashotah farm and garden products and specibunch of bananas in Van Dusen'c gro- seminary, Wisconsin, and has been reALABAMA PIG IRON. mens of these will be sent to Colorado from planting in the arid eastern terri- Wonderful Development of This Xew In- cery store, Evanston, 111., the other day, garded as a rather high churchman. scared out a huge tarantula which had tory. dustry Heavy Shipments to Europe. X RAYS. A dispatch from Birmingham, Ala., taken up its abode in the fruit. The CHARACTERISTICS OF IMMENSE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. TVif fWnf rf Alnlinmn!: nmvlv- - bananas were the first bunches of a Prof. John Trowbridge of Ilarvard Gets ' shipment that came in the evenin be Some Noxv Results. Contracts SIcned for Highest Plant of Its developed trade in pig iron with Eu- Prof. John Trowbridge, of Harvard, Kind In the World. ropean countries, which first attracted fore and had hung in the warm store all the Contracts have been signed for the attention two weeks ago, when more night. The heat had loosened up dis- in his special laboratory in the Jefferson physical laboratory building, construction of an electric power sta- iron was received at various southern visitor's legs, and when Jimmie tion at Berlin, which will be the big-- ports from that city than there was turbed him he sprang upon his arm has found that with the power of 10,000 and gest plant of its kind known to the ship room to forward it abroad, was He made a livelj' fight for existence. v olts the X rays are just visible and electric world. The electrical equip- - illustrated the other day when the shipwas finally captured, and his lord- die out almost as soon as the current is rests in ment of the Xantasket branch by the statement was given out that two of the countersecurely Van a candy jar on diminished. This is absolutely the first of Mr. Dusen's store. definite characteristic of the rays that toConsolidated road was the first stop corporations the largest This brilliantly-colore- d visitor from lias been accurately ascertained. ward the operation of the trunk line in the state have sold more iron in for- the tropics is quite a curiosity in the After careful investigation of the by electricity, and the construction of. eign countries within the past month wintry surroundings of classic Evans-tospark and its characteristic accomthis immense power station at Berlin than in American markets. and, in repay for his temerity is the second. It will, from, a central This is tho first time in the history venturing into the university town, in paniments Prof. Trowbridge lias come he to the knowledge that the old theory point, opt rate the Berlin nnd Middle- - of Alabama ironmaking that such a will probably be compelled to donate the passage of light of the arc town branches and the New England thing has occurred, and iron masters his beauty to science and occupy a lights is entirely misunderstood. trades from Xew Britain to Hartford. belicvo it establishes the fact that their berth in the university museum. This theory is that the carbons of the It will also operate the electric sys- trade abroad is hereafter to be a per arc light must necessarily come into tem in Meriden and light nil the rail manent feature of the business, with FIND A HERMIT'S MONEY. contact with one another in order to way stations, including the one at Hart- - prospects for it becoming a big factor, ford. This will be the first electric It is stated further that, hearing of the Boston Policemen Make a Discovery In the start the flow of light, but this. Prof. Den of an Eccentric Character. Trowbridge has discovered, is not plant Which has ever operated a road lack of shipping facilities at southern in four different directions. The rail- ports, a number of tramp vessels are v James Daly, an old Xortii End hermit, true. as evicted from his quarters at 4 Fleet road officials in this country and in headed for there to relieve the situation street.Bos ton, theother day by the police FAMILY WEIGHS NEARLY A TON. Europe have been watching closely each by securing a share of the tonnage. complaint of lodgers in the building. Six People Living at Nlles, Mich., Who step taken by the consolidated roads He was taken to the Tombs for examNew Uses for Celluloid. Averago 303 Pounds. towards tho adoption of electricity for One of the latest uses for celluloid is ination as to the state of his mental Leander Jones, of Van Buren county, motive power. A number of western roads are now in consultation with the for surgical splints and corsots. Hith- faculties, for the purpose of placing him Mich., boasts of the largest family on officials of the Consolidated with a view erto plaster of paris has been much in some public institution. Dr. Jelley, record. There are six members in the towards introducing electricity on their used, but great objection was found to who examined him, decided that he was ftjnily father, mother, three sons and it from the fact that it was too absorb-en- compos mentis and ordered him dis- a daughter whose average weight is lines. charged. In the meantime two police- 302 pounds. At home they have speBoth Dr. E. Kirsch and Prof. who are well known in Germany, men dug among old rags and paper in cially constructed chairs and bedsteads GET MARRIED FOR A LIVING. advocate the use of the celluloid. The Daly's room over an hour when they and at church it is a pretty sight to sec ?lcan Trick Played on a Minister by a rubstancc is dissolved in acetone and finally caane across three bank books, ' the entire family sitting in a pew braced Connecticut Couple. meanest confidence games made into a splint which fits the body, showing ithat tlio old man, had to his to horn tneir i.bi pounas. One of the on record was that which was played by taking a plaster cast of the part to credit $1,875.71. These books, almost Answered' Correctly. man and woman upon which it will be applied, and lining the in a state of decomposition, were given by a Tho German emperor, while recently clergymen of several towns along the cast with felt. The felt is then rubbed in caTe of Capt. Cain, who is anxious to iispecting a body of naval recruits, no The nnd stiffened with the celluloid, and a find Daly, he having disappeared since ticed an unusually stalwart man in the sound shore in Connecticut. leaving the Tomb3. couple first appeared in Branford, support of greattoughnessandstrength rs nks and asked him where he hailed where they visited the town clerk and is thus provided. Echoes. from. The recruit, in broad Bavarian Then procured a marriage license. Farmyard ISaromcters. Everyone is familiar with the dialect, replied: "From Wiesbach, your ibey went to the house of a clergyman Tho farm is full of barometars, all of echoes. In a cave in the majesty." "Did you understand whom and were married. The groom after more certain than the best almanacs Tantheon, the guide, by striking a flap I meant," the emperor asked, "in the ceremony handed the parson a S20 ever concocted. Before the rain comes of his coat, makes a noise equal to a your sailors about the foreign bill, and told him to take five dollars the dog is lazy and wants to sleep, tho cannon's report. The singu- fee?" The recruit: "Yes Russians." for his services. The minister did so, cat washes its face and the horses are larity is noticed, in a lesser degree, in The emperor: "And enemies at home?"' husband restless and easily frightened. At the Mammoth cave in Kentucky. In Ricruit: "Prussians, your majesty." and gave the S15 in change. the same time the geese are very noisy, the caveof Smcllin, near Viborg, in FinOnly One Mall a Day. The couple left on the next the poultry seek their roosts, ants are land, a cat or dog thrown in will make a Calais, Me., a city of over 7,000 inhabtrain, got off at Guilford nndi all in a hunry and skurry laying in sup- screaming echo lasting some minutes. itants, is groaning under one mail a went through the same performance plies, spiders crowd together on "the day, and, in order for that one to reach Climbed the Mount. there. In all they visited five towns wall, toads and snails nnd slugs are on Fifteen thousand people climbed the town, it has to be carried over Britbetween Clinton, Conn., and Xew Lon- the garden paths and birds cry "weet, ish soil. don, were married in each town, and wect," the frogs croak and the peafowl Mount Washington the last season. : becomes very excitable and talkative. worked off five S20 counterfeit bills. Who can think on. pecfer's Lightning's Queer .Freak. Itall'.ray In Various States. simple Wanted-fIdea of some patent? GS tblag to Lightning struck the house of Paul Illinois has a greater number of miles Protect yoar in thrr may bring you vrealta. TA&8 s-- b !da: Simmonson, near Montague, Mich., and of railroad than any other state Write JOHN WKDDEKBDRN CO, Patent AttorZ v KEWmsCOVEftT. KETEHF.MLS. Wasblnfrton. D. C, for their (1.800 prlxo oner split a stove pipe, cut a picture wiroand , f Pennsylvania is second with neys,list of two hundred Inventions wanted. ill Arewtreilatileaadsafor3iloffor.np. and TMlpres.ed, ecelve, scanty or painful J V, Lurncd holes in a table cloth, but did CCCG miles; Texas third, with 9.222.8S &. 55ineatiiratIoa.XoT7ailbyoverS0t0io !.'cs. lcTujontes t!w3e onraas. ltv lot injure any of the six persons with- miles. Rhode Island has the leastmile-ng- c war taltctlotm. Pl oo Vi? papr.cfS3ditrcwja sniaU Lox U Kvnt per box, ? Sent in doors. 221.06. Xew York has 8,078.25 WEAK R3EH fclSBE ViaOBflUS I r 0 pealed in plain vrapper. fend O h. particulars. fM fcy IoeI rtm: for miles; Ohio, 8,599.23; Indiana, 0,295.23. Thinks Himself Libeled. PJJPfKKAIKU SJ?t Jules Verne is threatened with a libcL What tho Word "Shamrock" Means. l( Hold by Kichrnond Drug Co. and W. suit by a French gentleman, who thinks The word "shamrock" old spelling - ( ft-If II Jiil IT V i V4 M he recognizes his own portrait in one o "sharabroguc," "shamroke" is derived G. "White. Verne's scheming, villainous characters. from the Irish seamrog, or trefoil 9"0A,Y. 7"DST. i:'CSY. MOHAMMEDAN MOSQUbL Followers of the Prophet to Have a School In This Country. Can Dispel Doop Slumber as "Well A project is on foot to build in New-Yoras Soothe tho Savago Boast. city a Mohammedan mosque or Bchool, to provide a place of worship Itcmarkahlo L'nso at Philadelphia When for the few followers of the prophet , there, and a religious school where tho Strains of a Violin Aroused a ' Arabian youth may learn all that is Girl from a I'orllons Mno- I Sleep. valuable in western civilization without being led away from the teachings k teen-Day- don't & I m delay Young and Old. Rejoice with us C () r nnifiMnm lTctw r j:- TL- uiuuu. iucic ace genus ui ais- ease in you which should be expelled. Ut-- J in the Discoyery. When a man has suffered for years with a weakness that blight his life ami robs him of all that really make life worth living, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not pof the moral rounige to stop his downward course. We will von by mail, ABMJLL'TE-l- Y FltKK, in plain the All I'inverfiil UK. immiAVS VITAL with a lepU guarantee to permanentlv cure I.OsT SKI.K-AUr.S- Johnston's p Sarsaparilla QUART DOTTLE. 3 n rm.v, : l. has done this for thousands; (t$ can do it for you. Quart bot- ties, $Ijco. JIAN-1101)- 11, J? I WILLIAMS, DAVIS, BROOKS & CO. ' Detroit, nich. Llrerettes for Liver Ills, The Famous Little liver Pills. 9 JLQ m, CSf 5T 2-f- NfoS. VAKII'IWKLK, SHU'S forever MfillT MISSIONS and all unnatural drain. Beturns to former appearances etiixciated organs. No C. O l). fraud nor recipe Jecoptfon. If we could not cure, we would not send our medicine KIIKE to try, and pay when fattened. Write as this niav appear again. Address to-da- SKXHAL WKAK nt Western Medicine Company, 1XC0RPOKVTED. Sold by D Z and T B. Taylor, Waco. K Kalamazoo, Mich. 21 23 J: jfcj BE i c'3 w M iSfcv?3ii:.li i0v -S. Who can thtak of tome simple thin r tn mt,nt Protect your Ideaa: thev mv brln; you wealth. Write JOHX WtDnkRtTtti V m neT.v.w"'ll'l"ftrfn' D- - ctheir !.&u prlte and list of two hundred lnTeations wanted. offer Wanted-- An Idea - fr t1.. ...T r l ,1 j : ... ....,, JI mmem 16ii T . N. I. & B. R. R. ro. i. No. 3. No. 0. No. 1 Ex Suu Ex San Ex Sub Ex Sub A 1 George Thorps, of blacksinithing promptly workmanlike manner. Time Table No. 27. Taking Effect Sunday, November S, 1S!M. 1ST CLASS. 2N'I CLASS. EAST BOUND, Veraille ,c J5 11 In SO ft 1 and Dillingham building, J Water, rear of Beady to lo all kinds Ky. Kirhmond, m the best S-- Cccnnd Street, between Main . r M. NicholaiviHe Valley View Million Unioc. Moberly Braxfielri PanoU . ,, 11 12 12 12 1 45 1)5 6 7 7 8 40 35 SS 12 A. 8 10 10 11 M. A. M 55 la 55 30 50 . . 7 Richmond. u 20 8 30 1230pm 12 1 1 L. & IN. LV. A. 51. (5.25 JR. E. ARV l2 JT iU I'l 4'J c" Irine 2 i5 5ft ,,, 320 Nf3- K. (3. DIVISION. In Effect March 1, 1S9G. chester and Express for Cincinnati, P.iris. Mavsville. Win IrYine-.- WESTBOUND Ex SunlEx Sua Ex Sun Ex Sua r. m. r. m. . 1 1 JoTal - .. Cn I n . j I man. 7.33 Cincinnati. Puri. Mavs I'. 51. ville, Winchester and i'.0o Lexington mail. 1.05 Livingston, !xndon, Jel-lie1.10 l'ineville. 12 55 Fas, line for Livingston. A- - 51. 11.4:; London.Jellico Knoxville 319 A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati, r. si. 3 1!) Paris Winchester. 11.43 r 5t. Bow land. Line-aste- r and A. 51 1.2.") vi Lexington P. 51. Panola Brassfield Mobcrly. llninn Richmond . Million . Valley View NichoIasvilIe 6 05 6 20 6 34 6 j3 7 SS a W So 5S 3 40 4 23 4 40 5 10 S 5 5 40 J if 2 i7 1 3S 2 3o 3 45 4 10 jco 6 53 S57 53 Veraill 55 m. 83S r. M. t A. M r. r. stanfoni. 7.10 Rowland. Lancaster and r. i statifurd, 7:10 10:10 daily. All trains connect with Southern Railway to and from Louisville, and with the C. N. O. &.I. P to and from Cincinnati You can pend five hours in Louisville, about six hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in LcxiBtenand return to Richmond at 8:30 p. m. Trains between LouuviHeand VersatHesdaHy. Trains between Cincinnati and NcteaH s (THE GREATEST lhad !- j . six-inc- h - Ever known. Evei'3'tliing in our store store marked down to realize money. Men's Suits T2.49, SZLJ Boys' Suits worth C3 $10.00. ' ' iron-produci- cents, worth $2.00. Men's Shoes 90 cents, worth $1.50. Ladies' Shoes 75 cents, worth T1.50. Children's Shoes 20 cents, worth uOcts. Calico and Cotton 3 cents a yard. Overcoats from T1.00 up. Cloaks from $1.0) up. n, Hi ! Don't buy until you sec us. Will save you money sure. J No" novll-l- I i BIcKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. y iL.L-- Uil u i Uivil g Pm i i .. !f fe fr&jl rlr ,W L r, --wjimmim .UWW m ' Lan-dere- Featherbone Corsets and Waists. Correct Shapes j ijl 1R'3 well-dresse- d Best Materials Reasonable Prices Sfmf llBtr7 SSk FEATnEKBCSE CORSET CO, test Stylos Artistic Effects Alost Comfortable . II 3f? ? newly-wedde- d jSSygS 1 llfv'lL JfK cast-bou- nd j mmL l)ilsfir Jgk ' -- lfll -- Es S MaMxmi n nntilUt im .! AJ tie-B- ox. JkL 3&T - 'lift ' ? i.Fv! I rw LlSel ol MJW&mk eiM M'J at'---- -'- IBI BPJJ W Hrcll WmY WmXWKk lf I JSsHft 8 Styles. riijH BiH ncrchants cheerfully refund tbe money S feWfcFII &IJ.itf 3k- l&tJZ& Patents taken tlirouah Uunn A Co-- roceiro SGlEriTIFIG AMERICAN, r" bcaatlfally Illustrated, largest circulation of fiiir scientl.lo journal, weekly. terms 1C0 a Tear; SlMt.tr tooiitbs. Hpedmen copies and ILC'D Book ox 1'atksts sect free. Address MUNN & CO., 3S1 Itroadtvny, Kcvr York. 2S-2- inon to travel for responsible established Iiouso in Kentucky. Salary $780 and expenses. Position perma-nan- t. Uoferenco Enclosed stamped envelope. The self-address- ed WA1 Wat PEFFER'S " JIORGAife 7 National, Chicago. Star Insurance Tsldg., Mrs. Nettie Tillman aged eighty yean Kentucky. Bicumond, Vc offer this unequaled newspaper and TUB was burned to dcnflittllierlfoiijeiu CLIMAX together one year for $1.65. The regHer clothing caught firo from OmcB Main Street, over Madison National ular subscription price of the two paqers is on open grate- 3- 8Book. fj.00. TJBAXSEB, MATTHITWS, DENTISTS, Anthony Hors, Beet Haute, ETC. Hop-kinsvil- George B. YiIkins, Cashier of the Cominen'iul National Bank, of Sclma, Ala., which failed for .SSOO.OCO comrajtt-e- d " suicide. Il An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other colleao or institution of Iea-iiiin the United States, or in the Xew England Conservatory dt Music, can bo secured by any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars niii.-lrl- It acta powerfully and quickly. Cures nuen cr Otncrs fall. Youn men rejain lost manhood. o!f men recoveryouthf nl visor. J.boi3ttel70unt-antce- d t Cure STtrvouiiiHi, X.nc Vltalltj I mvoteacy, r.ltflitlyiSznliislons. rxMl.nvev Falllmr Sfemor-r- , Wastfntr Bis either rex,all tnJ tfeett vt utf ainuc or txtata an. trutUmtlon. wnras ou insanity una consurcpiux Dun'tletararclst lraposo a worthless substitute o mmWi BH. J.H.NEFF&CO. Main $3J& after peeks' trial II JRfiBT aHf riedium, Lonn and. aot satisfactory. " . -" 'JN JHH - H cne, TOU v'tin ho 30 Bromfield St., Boston, Mass. J A MFi? 3EPPEa iloiaXIjJLBH'Ji, CMcato, Sold byEichinond riP'sna" ityieKisairrenicrrroEi. jInstesonbsr carriod invest icri SI per box, or C tar ;, with V lit rttlAn Gnnrnntrt o Cure, lney. Pamphlet free. Sold by dros2trts..tl.tr-- . Stnf I 5 -- r aU SOLD AND RECOMMENDED xfsi 'HfflwHwf T"sKil wr "AI,R Short Lencths. BY ! E ' ntPSMFEIl'S irCttYIGOB OT MWl JM U pocSet. prepaid plain vrrEi ' H JxiJv . XII. T) BA LT, Jrug Co. 3nd-W"- C. r ., -! L - White. X. ! PSSS-I- l S. L DRY GOODS RICHMOND. I p AND N0TI0N8J S KENTUCKY. - M -- :?4Jii .9. :- --i - .rtfhJt ii1 '$-- mE;- - . JL --- is tivO- -- '& ii ? ,J; .. P- . i - -- ,,- - M- ;r.- lSL.iffi - ?erfr , - .. ; 'su7T-v, jl y t U' " ' - la." r ty-if ???gwfec,, Jfft -- a1 T" . Ff ,4n9l ffiriTf B8t - j.tjT BB-B aw!wl------ ." i - - Tfr.. m iii jtli tMwPS-iMI- rF .. jt 4, i Ttt ,iaTi.Trrm '"J , r,fe--- i" - e. -' -- . ' li 'Ril H-PMi fl rnb IH SET BI Bk R BIJ "C" 11' .Sk- - -- V . ? "few - T -- - fc "" r, it. If I (M Ks r It fr i It Is possible that the Cuban resolutions may be brought up in the Senate this week. If so there will Audftor S. H. Stone was hero PUBLISHED EVEBY WEDNESDAY BY be a sharp contest and much debate. Court day. Ths Climax Printing Go. Thk news comes direct from the Mr. Oliver Boltz, of Irvine, was insurgents camp that Antouio Mncco, here last week. Mr. R. L. Gentry was in Lexington the Cuban leader, whoso death has J. C CHENAULT. Proprietors and Editors. A. a MILLER, been generally reported, is still alive. Friday on business. Tiio woman nursed Maceo says Mr. Thomas Vaughn, of Irvine, PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. ho was not that as reported, but was here Saturday. killed, IN ADVANCE, $1.25 was shot in tnc face by "'that arch Miss Mary Little camo homo from traitor," Dr. Zerturcha. Louisville, Monday. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 6, 1897. Tun grand jury at Salem, Ind., Mr. K. J. Hampton, of "Winchester, Thursday returned an indictment was here "Wednesday. ADVERTISING HATES. Rev. "W. F. Smith is the guest of for murder in the first degree against ' H H 5 O 5 the Louisville officers, John Sexton friends in Owensboro. o ; and John Brown and their companMrs. Frank Carr, of Paris, visited s 3 3 S S 2 ? r ion. Robert Land, for the killing of relatives here last week. SPACE. 2 s. , . : t John Rippey. Tiio two officers have Mr. "W. H. Park and son, Carl, of : I : : : been transferred to the New Albany Irvine, were hero court day. : : : : i jaii. Mr. Jonah Wagers, of Estill county, lich i oo J i jcSn5S( 50 t 7 oo t'" Inches, i 7J 11 00 17 50 30 7 00 3 50 was here Sunday and Monday. The steamer Commodore cleared a 50 3 50 5 00 10 co 15 00 33 35 3 Inches,. 4 Inches. 3 00 4 00 6 00 12 on 19 co 2S 75 Custom-hous- e Miss Nancy Willis has returned 5 Inche.- - 3 50 5 00, 7 50 15 00 33 00 34 50 at the Jacksonville 770c 4000 400 900 iS JC'ol. 6 00 6 coi Z3 00 37 00 40 00 60 00 Thursday with a cargo of arms and from a visit to friends in Newport. H Col.w. 00 9 001 8 00 13 00 17 75 34 50 so 00 So 00 ammunition consigned to the PresiMessrs. P. L. Hume and M. M. IO CO IS Cot 33 50 43 or 60 CO iOO Oo I Col s, dent of the Cuban republic at Miller, of Irvine, were hero Monday. Cuba. The clearance papers WReadinc notices 10 cents a line for first InMr. IT. O. Cecil, of Harrodsburg, is sertion, 5 cents a line for each additional tnsertion" were issued over the formal protest spending a few days with friends Obituaries. resolutionN of repeet and stellar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. of the Spauish Consul. It is suppos- here. ed tlte arms will be landed at some Miss Viola Million has returned ANNOUNCEMENTCANDIDATES convenient place on the island from a visit to friends in Nicholas-vill- THE CLIMAX. PERSONAL,. Green, Owens and Zodiag, her visitors, returned with her. Mrs. J, S. Collins and children, of Richmond, were the guests of Mrs. Chag, B. McCord, several days this week. Winchester Democrat. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Richardson have returned from Junction City, where they have been spending the holidays with their son, W. T. Richardson. Anderson, Miss Carrie noke, Va., a former teacher of Madison Institute, now of Bethany College, W. Va., visited friends here D. f PESTERED BY PETS. of Roa- SG ::::: "" S- - olj Cien-fuego- e. last Thursday. Misses Estelle Poyntz, of Rich mond, Bertha of Winchester, and Ollie Bean, of Pine Grove, have returned to their homes nfter a delightful visit to Miss Essie Lyle, of Walnut Hill. Mr. Leo McDowell gave a largo dance in their honor Monday afternoon. Lex. Leader. Judge and Mrs. T. J. Scott are visiting the family of Dr. Squire Welch. Mrs. Merritt, of Richmond, visited Mrs. E. Schneider this week. ........Mrs. Pauline Smith, of Richmond, is visiting her sistor, Mrs. S. S. Deering Miss Dosie Leavell, of Madison county, was at the Hotel Nicholas Saturday Nicholasvillo FOIt JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. NO LAND SLIDE. Ki date for Judge of the Madison CounNow that complete returns are in ty Court, subject to the action of the it is apparent that there was no land Democratic party. slide to the gold standard. Mr. P. H. Sullivan. majority over the total vote was only 274 ,597. The area that went FOR J4.ILER. but mildly expresses the true meanfor free silver was nearly double Mrs. Matt Cohen has returned from ing. Those expecting to participate in James 0. Lacker is a candidate for that that went for a gold standard. a visit to Mrs. V. B. Brooks in Ver- the festivities of the evening were Jailer of Madison conntv, subject to the action of the Democratic party. sailles. gathered at 9 o'clock, and at 9:30 tho WHAT BRYAN SAYS OF THE FAILURES. is a candidate for Jailer Mr. Emmett Vories, of Monterey, sweet strains from Wurley's orchesA T. Fish county, subject to the of Madison A Cincinnati special to the New Owen county, is here on a visit to tra, of Louisville, seemed to foretell action of the Democratic party. friends. the pleasures of tho evening. The York Journal says: AVe are authorized to announce P. Miss Mellie Hamilton, of Estill largo room presented a scene of life "William J. Bryan was asked if he B. Buoaddus as candidate for Jailer of Madion county, subject to the thought that the recent bank fail- countj-- , is tho guest of Miss Mary and beauty, its lights shedding their action of the Democratic party. rays upon as fair a bevy of maids ures in Chicago and St. Paul were Gentry. in any way due to tho result of the J. Evans, of Clark county, is visit and matrons and as gallant beaux as FOB SUIT. 1T1ILIC INSTRUCTION recent election. His reply was: ing his son, E. B. Evans, in this ever graced tho ball room. Tl o Leap Year Ball is now a thing of the Mrs. John "Williamson is a can"All by this time know the great county. didate for Superintendent Public In- underlying principles of free silver p'ast, but it lives a pleasant memory Mr. R. E. Little attended the funstruction for Madison county, subfortunate ject to the action of the Democratic and the effects of the gold standard, eral of Prof. Chenault, at Louisville, with those who were guests. enough to be among the It and all can apply their own meas- last week. party. is well that tho hop proved a success uring sticks, and doubtless reacli a Miss Florrio Chenault has returned as it cannot be repeated for eight FOB SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC true conclusion. fiom a visit to Miss Louise Raily in years. Those present wpro: "If there have been any evidences Versailles SCHOOLS. Thomas Chenault, Jr., R. W. of returning prosperity I have failed J. "W. Wagers is a candidate for to note them particularly. As to Miss Mary Clay Lilly, of Cynthi-an- a, Miller, D. Chenault, J. W. Zaring, Superintendent of Public Schools of is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Crutcher, M. A. Crutcher, M. Madison county, subject to the action any permanent prosperity without T. H. Hart. A. Lynn and Mrs. Neale Bennett. free silver, the people of the United party. of the Democratic Miss States will have time to decide that Lena Wagers, of Estill Misses Lida Owens, of Maysville; point. Let the silver men not put a county, Is visiting Misses Mona and Stella Thomson and Virginia ChenFOB CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. stone ault, of Mt. Sterling; Grigsby, of Inin the pathway of any man Lucy Prather. S. If. Thorpe, Jb., incumbent, is who will give prosperity, but let not -- Messrs. E. D. Middelton and C. M. diana; Holdeman, of Louisville; a candidate for Clerk of the Madison the canipfires of free silver burn Rice, of Danville, visited friends Clay, of Fnris; Green, Zodiag and Circuit Court, subject to the action out." Owens, of Harrodsburg; Patton, of here Tuesday. of the Democratic party. Huntsville, Ala.; Fish, of NicholasMiss Fannie Smith, has returned to CORRESPONDENCE. Winchester after a pleasant visit to villo; Flautt, Cole and Miner, of FOB SHERIFF. Madison Institute; Margaret ChenMiss Dora NefL Delated. ault, Minna and Anne Crutcher, H. H. Colyer is a candidate for Prof. C. R. Pepper and wife have Helen and Laura Bennett, Mary Sheriff of Madion county, subject PANOLA. to the actum of the Democratic very side with returned from a visit to relatives in Poage, Mabel Terrill, Amy Smith Dr. James lias been party. Jessamine county. Birdie Zaring, "Kate Bianton, Mamie grip, but is better. Miss Meritte Jones gave a swell Baldwin, Minnie Wagers, Annie A nice Christmas tree at the ItnptiM FOB COUNTY ASSESSOR. dinner, last Saturday, in honor of Bennett, Laura Lynn and Mariawil-li- e James C. Miller is a candidate church Friday labt. Dr. and Mrs. Pepper. Smith. Messrs. Rhodes ShackelA couple of young men took a little for Assessor of Madison county, subMr J. E. Greenleaf visited his ford, Green Clay, Jas. Crutcher, ject to the action of the Democratic fisticuff here Christmas day. mother, Mrs. Lucinda Greenleaf, in Neale Bennett, Cas Tribble, George party. The tie business lias been piven a Sf t Lancaster last week. Evans, Thos. Moberley, Wm. Owsley, back. Prices re.hiced and inspection . D. Oldham left yesterday Robert Taylor, Win. and Jas. Stone CITY ATTORNEY. Mr. FOB more rigid. for Cincinnati, where he will pur- Jas. and Louis Neale, Warfield Ben"We are authorized to announce Lewis Lumb tried to stir up a party of chase a nett, George Burnam, Joe Tevis, line of goods. Green Clay a candidate for the bOint kind orer in Estill, and failing, lie Thos. Pickels, Wallace Yates, Nev office of City Attorney, of Richmond, Rev. E. H. Virille Moberley, Thos. Jones, Wm. Ky., subject to the action of the said lie believed Christmas would cease-t- ginians the Burnain, of Luray, guest of Mrs. Eugene Letcher, Leslie Evans, Cabell Chenbe celebrated after while. Democratic party. Hume, at Silver Creek. ault, Joe and Thos. Chenault, Speed "We are authorized to announce J, Charley Denton married a Miss PearDr. C. S. Holton was called to Lan- Smith, John Jackson a, a candidate for son, daughter of Henry Pearson, of JesTalbot McClintock, John City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky.. samine county. List week. Ttiey will caster Thursday night to administer Chenault, Kuper Hood, and Thomas Demosubject to the action of the Chenault, Jr. make their future home with the groom's to Mrs. J. S. Robinson. cratic party. Joseph Jones, of Bloomington, Illimother, Mrs. Edith Benton, near Panois, brother of W. S and Thomas nola. LITERARY NOTES. FOB CORONER. Jones, is here on a visit. AVe are authorized to announce G. DOYLESVILLb:. Miss Mayine Pickels, of Lexington O. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, THE GIRLS AXn TnE PIU.VCE. Mr. J. It. Griggs is on our sick list at is visiting to the action of the Demo-crnti- c subject her aunt, Mrs. G. W. When the Princs of Wales was in present. party. Pickels. on Third Street. America, in I860, he was a young man Mrs. Harvey Lanier is very 6ick at her Mr. Matt Cohen returned Friday nineteen and unmarried. Naturally, the Gen. Gomez gets $100,000 for home near here. from New York, where he has been American girls were deeply interested in fightingjor Cuba. Of this amount Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brock are visit- in the interest of J. W. Bales. him, and a period of the most romantic he has already been paid $00,000 ing relatives in Clark county. Miss Bessie Miller, of Richmond, excitement ensued in all the cities. EvMr. John P. Wall lias moved from his is visiting her sister, Mrs. James S. ery subterfuge to dance with the young Sam Casidy, who recently sold farm, about two miles from this place, to Winn. Winchester Democrat. the Bath County Democrat, will Prince was resorted to, and members of assume charge of the Morgan Mes- our village. Miss Estelle Walker returned Sat- his party were bribed to arranee a waltz senger. Sunday, December 20th, Mr. Robert urday from Lexington, where she wilii the Heir Apparent-th- e most unusual expedients were resorted to by Paiker, of this place, and Miss Eller has been spending the holidays. Mb. McKinley's personal escort Dixon, of near Collejie Hill, were marMisses Annio and Mary Irvine gir!s. His baggage was kissed as it was at the inauguration will consist of ried in the Methodist church here, Rev. have returned to Jackson, after a put aboard the cars, and when he left a the Chicago Hussars and the Cleve- Wyatt officiating. hotel room women would rush in and pleasant visit to Mrs. Dr. Bianton. land Grays. carry away in bottles the watei in which Married at the home of the bride's Rev. E. G. B. Mann, pastor of the he had washed his face Church people Lee Puckett, The notice of contest served on father, Mr.Kirbv, of this in Estill county, Paris Methodist church, was the forgot themselves and stood on the cushMr. Alex. place, and Miss guest of Dr. G. Bryan Elector "W. B. Simth was W. Young Saturday. ions of the pews in order to see the Royal simply a strategic move, and it will Cattie Puckett on Wednesday, DecemMiss Ollie Pryse, of Miller's Creek, visitor. On every Land it was a season ber 23d. The happy couple passed not be pushed. through this place the following daj en- - is visiting Misses Bettio Ballard and of excitement, and balls, dinners, fetes Lucy Brandenburg, on Third street. and icceptions ruled. One of the Prince's The Gcrmania and Allemania route for Mr. Hiram Keeves where a Judge Robert Riddell, of Irvine, party was Stephen Fiske, the journalist nice supper was awaiting their arrival. banks, of St. Paul, Minnesota, passed through Richmond Saturday who was delegated by the elder James Monday, with a capital stock AGRICULTURAL AND LIVE STOCK on his way home fromUarboursville. Gordon Bennett, of The New York Herof $100,000 each. NOTES. Mrs. Dave Chenault and son, Cab- ald, to remain with the Prince while he ell, have returned from a visit to Mr. was in America. Naturally, Mr. Fiskc The Bradley Guards, of Barbours-villIndustrial American. and Mrs. Jacob Huguely, at Stan- saw all the incidents of his Royal highhave been disbanded by order The French wheat crop of 180G is ford. ness' tour. Taking a liking to the Amerion account of their officially given of Gov. Bradley at 331,000,000 buehels can journalist the young Prince saw that Mrs. W. McDonald and niece relittle Christmas spree. against 330,000.000 bushels last year. turned to Lexington Saturday after he was. present on all occasions. Now A poor farm can be bought much The filibustering steamer fommo-dora weeks visit to Mrs. Albert Schill-lin- g. Mr Fiske his written out the whole story, and it will form the January incheaper than a rich one, and by proper which left Jacksonville, Fla., stallment of The Lidies' Home Journal's Friday evening, was sunk off New rotation the poor farm can soon be made Mr. Richard McKee, of Richmond, rich. series of "Great Personal Events." IlSmyrna bar Saturday morning. has returned home after a charming lustrations of some of the great scenes The latest estimates puts the world's visit to friends have been made, and these will be given Five million, three hundred and w heat crop this year 100,000,000 bubhels Herald. w ith the article in the January Journal. 6ixty-fiv- e thousand dollars were in- short of last year, and the lightest crop Miss Buford returned to Pineville volved in bank failures Tuesday, since that of 1800. Saturday, after visiting Miss Flautt, How's ThH caused from no During the fiscal year just ended the at Madison Institute, during tho We ofier One Hundred Dollars reward doubt. exported progress of the American farms holidays. for any case of Catarrh that cannot be aggregated ?570,000,000f arwucrease of Joseph B. McCullough, editor of 17,000,000 over the preceding year. Miss Ollie Smith entertained a cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. the St. Louis Globe' Democrat, fell F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. number of her young friends last A good way to Btart with hogs is to window of his from a second-stor- y We the undersigned, have known F. J. Tuesday night, at her home on Secresidence Thursday morning and was bay two or three blooded young sows, ond street. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe and breed them to a sire of established killed. Louis Walz has gone to Richmond him perfectly honorable in all business pedigree and then raise them and repeat and Mt. Sterling in search of a good transactions and financially able tocarrv A petition is in circulation among the process. place to open a butcher shop. Stan- out any obligations made by their firm. Louisville Republicans calling upon Do not wear' of the precaution to proWest & Truax, Wholesale Druggist. ford Journal. John "W. Yerkes to announce him- tect young lambs from the cold and w et, Toledo, 0. A number of young folks stormed self a candidate for United States for the result of exposure will be weakWalding, Kixnax & Mabvin, Wholesale Senator. ened constitutions, which will seriously the home of Miss Lena Cornelison Druggist, Toledo, O. Monday night, and a most pleasant interfere with future profits. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, was had. The loss by the Are at Nashville Small machinery that becomes clog- time acting directly upon the blood and ran Saturday night is estimated at ged with dirt on the bearings Mr. J. W. Boland, of Burnside, cons surface of the system. Testimonials can be from $375,000 to $400,000. Nine build- cleaned,-saya writer, by plunging it was here last week to see his wife, sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by ings were destroyed and three, were into trailing soapsuds to which has who has been ill at the home of CoL all Drnggi&ts. 31 34 been damaged. Wade Walker. added ammonia. Afterward wipe drv. Mr. Rice Miller, of Campbellsville Feeding Power of Twenty-Tw- o Acres. Corn fed alone to steers for the purTnE Louisville & Nashvillo and paid this office a pleasant call ThursdaIt is estimated that 22 acres of land the Southern railroads have offered pose of fattening is too concentrated and y-and are necessary to sustain- one before a joint reward of $10,000 for the ar- rich to gain good results. The bran is for the Climax. leaving subscribed fresh meat. The same space ofman. on land, if rest and conviction of the Alabama cooling and healthful to the digestive devoted to wheat culture, would Miss Nellie Peyton, of Lexington, 42 people; if "to oats, 88; potatoes, feed s tract. corn and train wreckers. Inwho has been spending the holidays dian corn and rice, 17G,and if to plantain bran makes a good feed for cattle-Olover G.000 people. Senator Jo Blackburn will be sheep are. more profitable than with Miss Annie Phelps, returned or bread-treasked to make an address in Indian- young ones as long as they are healthy. home Saturday. Turkish Beggars. apolis January 8th at the celebration It is claimed by some that any sheep Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Quinn. of Several beggars in Pera own a large of Jackson's Day by the free silver-itc- s. failing to regain her flesh property after Bloomington, Illinois, are visitinjj amount of property. One Every eCo't will be made to her lamb is sold, should not be kep', as Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Park on tl o man has a house worth 10,000 liras, and yet is to be seen begging in filthy make the event a big success. there is danger of her not Jiving through Jacks Creek pike. rajs. the next lambing. Miss Nell Mcrshon entertained a Cne chapter in the celebrated Public Works in Amsterdam. The model farmer, says an exchange, number of her friends on last Satur- : Fields-Adkimurder c: S3 was finAmsterdam has been negotiating for is always on the lookout for new ways day night. Dancing was tho amuseished Priday. The jury in the case the acquisition of the gas, water, teleof Joe Adkins found him guilty of of saving money and labor. A very ment of tho evening. phone and tramway companies. The cheap and Eervia able basket for general murder and fixed his punishment at John Norris and 01. E. Norris, of shareholders of the water company have confinement in the penitentiary for use can be made from an old soap box Maroa, Illinois, leave for been practically forced to sell their or berry crate by nailing on half a barrel life. homo, accampanied by Miss Pearl property to the municipality at a sacrihoop for a handle. fice of. more than of the share capital. The experiment of The poor man who steals a. Ioaf"of A yonngow doe not produce so good Norris aud B. B. Million. all such public underbread or a side of bacon wouWhe a Jitter u. c gg as d jva an older one, says Mr. C. M. Shearer left Saturday railroaded to jail in double quick a writer, and it is a good plan to keep a for Somerset, where he "will take takings seems likely to be carried out time, btitbankwreckers are supposed good mother pig for her worth for sev- the management of u dry goods store thoroughly. to be privileged characters. At leaBt eral years, ratber than to try young bowb for Henry Klein & Son. Strosff Hair. that Keexns to be the prevalent Chi- - every time. There is much differeneo in tht motiutly qtulitiM of ihs evd school at -jMHrwtt.x jhhbp wwp Msjtm-yfwMc-Kinle- y's I hereby announce myself a candi- Democrat. The Leap Year Ball given by the Miss Bessie Fish, of Nicholasvillo, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Brutus J. young ladies of Richmond Wednesday night in the spacious dining Clay. room at tiie Hotel Glyndon was one Miss Nora Lanter entertained at her homo at Union City Thursday of the grandest ever witnessed in Richmond. To say it was a success night. keys, all raised on a fifty-folot in Temescal, Oakland, Cal., got. Mary Rich in trouble in Justice.Cllf Vs court. Miss Rich lives on Lusk street, where she y owns a house. She persists in keeping a menagerie of pets that has angled the neighborhood. William Vonderhelt swore out a warrant, in which, he charged the woman, who la 52 years old, with misdemeanor for having kept "that amount of live stock on such narrow premises. Constable Kock, who lives in Temescal, was sent to serve the warrant. Re did not calculate upon the thirty dogs or the fifteen goats, to say nothing o the cow or tho horse. Somehow these nnimal3 did not respect tJie majesty of the law, and the constable's badge did not awe them. The constable made a descent upon tho Rich residence. There came 30 yelps from 30 throats, and 15 bleats from 15 goats, and all the animals came around the corner of the house. There are somo peoplo in Temescal today who will swear that they saw the. airship sailing over tho Rich residence early that morning, and that it had n headlight on as bright as the constable's star. Anyway, when the constable came down he had totiethc goats to the fence and fight his way tlirough the dogs before he secured his prisoner. Miss Rich told Justice Clif t that she made her living by raising-thes- e pets for sale; that they were all animals of high degree; that even her goats were rot ordinary n artists they lived solely upon the neighborhood washing. She was allowed to go upon her own recognizance until the next morning. Miss Rich's house is filled with animals. Dogs and cats swarm, in every room in the house. Tho goats, cow, horse, and fowl find housing in the barn. When the dogs ore not howling tho birds are. singing, and the neighbors say they cannot sleep nights. ot Oakland (CoL) In BeTOlt Agmlnat BXU4 Iiich's Cats, Doc. Birds and Goat. I One hundred canaries, thirty dogs, (fifteen goats, half a dozen parrots, one 'horse, one cow, twenty-fiv- e cats, fifty .chickens, many ducks, and o, few tur- Is what gives Hood's Sarsnparilla its greet popularity, its constantly Increatiing sales, and enables It to accomplish itl wonderful and unequalled cures. The combination, proportion and process used in preparing Hood's Sarsapa.illa are unknown to. other medicines, and moke Hood's Sarsaparilla Merit eE'S A New YOUR OP- - M&BWBWBWM& I I U FORTUITY, Eight-volu- me En- I Wallace.S fcgW Have rcmoTcd to the cyclopaedia ' two-stor- It cures a wide range of diseases becaust of its power as a blood purifier. It .icta Peculiar to Itself directly and positively upon ihe blood, and the blood reaches every nook and corner of the human system. Thunal the nerves, muscles, bones and tlaiccs ccmo under the beneficent influence ot At About Your Ovm Price. Every one who has had occasion to consult tho cumborsomo old encyclopaedias for some needed information, effectually concealed in somo long article, will be glad to know of the appearance of a new general referenco work built along different lines, so that any child who can read juay successfully consult Such a work Is The Now Standard American Encyclopedia in eight largo quarto volumes, and which embraces! the substanco of all the other cncyclo-pxdia- s, besides a very largo amount of new matter noue of them contain. It introduces a vast number of new words, names, facts, ideas, inventions, methods and developments. It treats, in all, over 00,000 topics, which is from C.000 to 10,000 moro than any other work. The publishers of tho "Standard American" have also lavishly embellished tho now work. There are over :j,."00 illustration"?, which cover every conceivable subject, lending to tho descriptions, and forming asiiccessiou of pleasing surprises. It also contains over :J00 colored maps, charts, and diagrams, and constitutes a complete atlas of tho world ouch as no other eiicyclup.cilia has undertaken to present. This feature will be found of the highest value in the education of tho joung, for the picture and colored maps will have 1 dKtinct fascination for them, and thus pro v nan l.uortaut incentive to reading 2nd study. Tho professional or bulnep3 man, whoso time is money; tho teacher, who is called upon to at once answer all sorta 3f questions; tho toiling student and inquiring scholar, at homo or the desk, will tind in tho new work the init useful and piactica! library in tho woild for quick and ready reference on all subjects. "Ono who owns it will possess tho of a score of other reference books which woula cost many times t'" I'rico of this. Another feature in which the new work stand absolutely alone, is iu its very full appendixes, which cmbraco over 100 subdivisions, including a Biographical Dictionary, a Dictionary of Technical Terms, a Gazeteer of the United States, Presidential Elections in the United States, Religious Summaries, S'-- tu and Territorial Election Statistics, Statistics of the population of tho world, and a veritable inino of information on thousands of subjects of universal interest and importance. But it is in its treatment of recent subjects that tho Standard American will be found of paramount aluc. All other cncjclopanhas arc from fie to ten years old, and arc silent regarding hundreds of topics that every reference work should contain. Such, for instance, as new-interecq-i-'ent m House, One door above their old stand, where they will welcome all of their Old Hoods Sarsaparilla The One True Wood it price they are making' all through their CONSISTING ones as will take advantage of the reduced Customers and as many new OF- Np.nfcwpnr nOOQ S FlllS tak, easy to operate. ,, runner. $1 per txttle. euro IJyer Ills; eaijr tJ 25c Boots of all description, Hats, Caps, N 0i 2 . r Shirts MW YORK FASHIONS. Evening Drr.Nse, Styles in Making, Hi and or Square Necks, Sashes, Sleev s Artificial Flmvcri, Notes and Answers. SATIN OK VELVET SAMIKS Underwear, Collars, Guffs ' fe4 TT1 Umbrellas, Rubbers of all kinds. Call and see them at their new plaeo. one door above their old stand at the Farl y i II.u Don't Miss The Place, tin-ca- NEW REVENUE CUTTER. Mes-dain- es I -- the ways MissHelen Shoemaker stepped forward and, breaking a bottle of champaign upon the cutter's bow, said: "I christen thee Hugh McCulloch." The launching 'was a success in every particular. The new vessel will be known as the "queen of the revenue marine." She has been designed for F,ervice on the Pacific coast, and will make long Alaskan and Arctic cruises. Not only is she tho largest cutter yet planned for the service, but she is of peculiar construction, fitted for her prospective battles with heavy ice. It was necessary in her building to make the largest magazine bronze castings ever attempted, to serve as stem and stern posts. Her construction is of a composite nature, the frame being of steel and the bottom of h planking, copper covered. She is structurally strong, being fitted with an unusually large number of watertight compartments and bulkheads. She will be equipped with four rapid-fir- e guns and four In addition eho will have the entirely new feature of tho torpedo tube. She is to be schooner-riggewith three masts, and will be capable of making long cruises with only her sails in use. All appliances will be modern, including electric lighting and a powerful search-lighAccommodations are to be provided for ten officers and a crew of 75 men. five-incnd d, Christened Hugh McCnlloch and Designed Tor I'uclflo Coast Service. Revenue cutter No. 3 has been launched at Cramps' shipyard, Philadelphia. As the new cutter glided down Are prominent accessories, tied in lirge bows at back or side, and reaching within five inches of the edge of the skirt. Short sleeves are two or three accordion plaited ruffles, or else they tome to the elbow, not a large puff however- - l.onjj sleeves always show trimmed cuffs and Velutipa cord, (a new weave of Veluti na, now generally accepted as the oest substitute for silk velvet) is an appropriate material for such a purpose, also for collars or Eton Jackets, and coming in every fashionable hue, one may be sure of a good match or a harmonious r si i V l 23 Xo11in-- r cajuciw . -- b. !3S K Farley's Old Stand. Main Street Richmond ix.1!) rrl b- V ,:c: IT-"-- "-- contrast. "Amy Lee:" You cannot purchase a more useful or generally pcoeptable Christ Jias present, tban a bottle or box of Muiray & Lanman's Florida Water; refrebhiiig and delightlul at all seasons of the year. pilife 1 XT $-- fuf W e& I i n i i The exact thine: for vour -- u 'Mary Chase:" You can render your black velvet waist very stylish by taking out the crepon sleeves and supstituting tl ree frills of black moire antique ribbon about five inches deep, and put at least a yard frill, w ith and a quarter in tbe arm-hol- e a little less m the two lower ones. Have a coat sleeve of moire antique silk with velvet cuffs, and baste white or ecru lace inside. Fall - Plowln WHEAT D KILLS, HARROWS, ROLLERS, HARDWARE, i M t i i 1 x ii II 1 H i M I M 3 It II I t "Fanie LunLAM :"' A waved "pompadour" roll is very fashionable, and draw all yiur hair together into rather a high knot at tho back, and for evening finish with a small cluster of velvet loops, and white aigrette, or a small cluster of flow ere. An "all-over- TINWARE. t SI I " wave is still much employed t. e, tho expense of the medical fraternity. For three weeks Cutler has been confined to his home in Morristown, N. J., suffering from what the physicians declared to be appendicitis. Re had experienced a similar attack some years ego and felt no uneasiness. However, as the present attack appeared to bo too much for the remedies, Mr. Cutler finally consented to undergo an. operation. Dr. MacBride, the New York specialist, performed the operation. Mr. Cutler was placed under the influence of anaesthetics, and the surgeon made an incision at the proper point. Bnfhe didn't find the vermiform, appendix. Mr. Cutler didn't have any. So the Incision was sewn together and nature U now finishing the job. Mr. Cutler recovered quickly from the effects of the operation, and will soon bo around again. Re cow chuckles when appendicitis is mentioned. "I read of a Boston man," he says, "who took a precautionary step which I think I shall follow. He wears a card pinned to his undershirt which beara this inscription: 'My appendix has been cut out.' He says he does this to keep the doctors from operating on him for appendicitis in case he is picked up in a fainting condition on the street 6omeday. I think Til do the same." The latest and most novel theory that has been advanced in explanation of sun spots is that they ore produced by downward currents In the sun's atmosphere. Accordingtothistheoryadown-war- d rush through the sun's atmosphere (which is estimated to be of a depth of not less than 72,000 miles) occasions an exposure of the body of the sun. This, seen through its luminous envelope, appears as a dark spot. Now Theory of Snn Spots. CUTLER FOOLED THE PHYSICIAN Operated on for Appendicitis, lie Had No Vermiform Appendix. Augustus W. Cutler is enjoying rather a grim, joke at "Tho "Argon," "Horseless Carriages," "Tho Atlanta Exposition," UNUSUAL "Color Photography," etc., etc. It also gives biographies of hundreds of people CLAIM OK A BUILDING COXTnACTOR WHO who have lately bocomo famous, such ad Trot. Roentgen, discoverer of the FULED l!LMEh THE GOLIJ STANDAK1) Ian MacLarcn, Dr. Xansen, tho AND HARD TIMES. explorer, Rudyard Kipling, etc., etc., A very unusual claim was made yes- On account of its lateness in all these terday by a contractor and builder w ho matters, a3 well as its accuracy, it ha3 made an assignment. He says that ever become the standard in Schools, Courts, Public Libraries, and since the election which resulted in the wherever important questions come up choice of the single gold standard the for discussion. generel depression in business has been It would therefore seem that no progrowing worse instead of better, as the fessional man, artisan, mechanic, teacher, Uepublieans promised it would, and a3 a pupil, or farmer, can v. ell afford to be result lie was forced to the wall. Tbe without this most u.;cful, practical and man who made this extraordinarv claim latest of all cncjcloprcdias, especially as was Andrew Hellman, of Corryville. its price has been so arranged as to He assigned to Colonel Gustav Tafel. make tho work a great bargain, and The assets are $4,500 aud liabilities render its possession possible to almost $4,000. There were no preferences. He any one who earnestly desires to own it plainly says in bis statement filed in Detailed particulars regarding tho court that he ascribes his failure to the work and how to secure it at practically success of the single gold standard at Ihe your own price, may be found in an recent election, and the consequent de- advertisement on another p:ige of this pression in business. As to the truth of issue. his statement about the business de"X-RayCol-lego- and no coiffure can be too fluffy. Vekona Clakki. Shackelford RICHMCXND, 00 Ft! I'll KENH'CKY. v ," THE WILLA ,J.S, Has ZEC3T7 a Modern Palace s, Recently Been Converted Into Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling of th Finest Qu.iiir 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn tlie Fbors - - nt? S, PARLOUS AM) I'PPHR IUhL-i- . - - Brii-- y Offices and DiningRoom BsauHfully Dcorted liantly Lighted y and Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, r.r .... Charges Considered St i Have Been Expended in This Recent Improvement. 0"7"Ei $lo,cxx) T S2.50 PER pression all persons engaged in business can judge for themselves. Cincinnati Enquirer, January 3d. G0RH MEAL RHTES $2 DRY IT SHOWS ENTERPRISE. KNIGnT-WATCHMA- OLD FASHIONED MILL STONE MAKES BYTHE PROCESS. W. SgoU Miller, Jr., Mimes.. THE"siLVEn INTEKESTING I have started a steam corn meal mill at Corner of Orange and Orchard streets, near tho old burnt Washington. D C, and mill, in Richmond. Custom grinda copy of their issue of January 7, ing done. Meal, Bran, Ship-stu- tf etc.. which appears in an improved form on hand. Send a postal to the Silver Night-Watchman, le-cei-ve CHANGES. Assignee's Sale As assignee of the Kentucky Excelsior and Mattress Company, I will, on Kentucky Midland Ry Only direct line brte i CINCINNATI & FRANKFORT. Shortest and quickest b-- i i n Frankfort and Paris. e, hero.-Lexing- ton "over-confidenc- rive verv nure water. The imrraritJen from the surface cannot get through the clay or other impervious stratum. BILLIARDS IN through' impermeable stratum usually rnre Well Water. Deep wells (50 feet or over) passing with a different make-u- p and general appearance. A large amonnt of space is devoted to Congressional and governmental news and matters of a national character which every reformer in the eountry should read. A large corps of writers have been engaged to contribu'e articles during the year 1897, among whom are: Hon. Wm. J. Bryan ; Seni-tor- s Teller, Allen, Butler, Peffer, Petti-greand Duboip; Repressntatives Towne. Newlands, Bell and Jerry Simjv son ; AVharton Barker, Esq., Wm P.St. John, Sir Morton Frewen, aud many other famous and distinguished writer, both in public and private life. An article by any one of these writers is well worth the price of subscription, which is $1 for tifty-tw- o weeks. w J.W.Rymel. The Silver Cumax one year for $1.70. Knight-Watchm- and the tf CHURCH. Ta-co- CALENDARS AND COUPONS. s - Tvo-thml- one-thir- d d e, aristocratic churches in the city of Tacoma, Wash., has again startled his flock by suggesting another innovation. Not long ago the pastor created a sensation by Insisting npon the construction of the bicycle rack for the accommodation of wheels belonging to the members of his congregation. This was done in opposition to the wishes of the board of trustees, and has proved a success. Rev. Schudder now proposes opening a billiard room and bowling alley in the church basement, and has submitted his plan to the congregation. While many strongly con- one to v. l. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass, demn such proceedings, tho pastor is not without support and will probably Awarded carry his point. te EtartUng Innovation rroposod by a (Wash.) 1'astor. Rev. W. H. Schudder, pastor of the First Congregational, one of the most beautiful calendars and entertaining novelties have been issued bv the proprietors of Hood's SarsaparilhT, that we are hardly surprised to recieve this season not only one of the very prettiest designs in calendars, but with it coupons which entitle iherecipienttoat-tractiv- e novelties. Every onewhogets. Hood's Sarsaparilla calendar for 1897 secures something that will prove interest ing ana valuable as well as a beautiful specimen of the lithographer's art. Tho calendar is accompanied this season ls an amusing little book on"The Weathtr."' Ak your druggist for Hood's Coupon Caleudar, orsendGceufs in stamps far , So many Lv Elkhorn 70S 2 53 l in Lv Switzer 7 I 3 01 I 32 Lv Stamping Ground 7 27 3 12 1 4 .ENGINE & BOILER, Lv Duvail 73S 3 IS 1 5 OFFER for renl Lv Johnson 745 323 2 0b I North street, for themy residence on year 1897. The Each nearly new. one Machine for Balintr Ex Ar Georgetown ) - B 758 330 2 "0 Ar C. S. Depot 756 334 2 building contains eight rooms and a good celsior (suitable also for hay), TOpHim six Excelsior Lv C. S. Depot ) 868 3 37 3 00 fihriftinc- f irTiinM Trllo,7 Mtrl Lv Newtown S 1 cellar; splendid cistern on premises, fine Darts for machine. This is a rare chance for an 3 47 3 .1) 4 IV, Lv Centcrville 8 K 3 V garden, good barn and all necessary out- investment as the plant is in order Lv Elizabeth. 8 28 4 00 4 lu buildings; fruit trees and grape vines. ana we marcel lor we prouuci is goou anu we Ar Paris C 838 4 10 4 i. macheap. easily For terms apply to the undersigned or material will alsoatbehand and lots and The best A. M. P W P M the offered in chinery W. L. Crutcher. bid accepted. TRAINS WELT. No. 2. No. 4 A. T. CHENAULT, TERMS Sale will be made on six, twelve and eighteen months time. For further infor- Lv Pans . 2- 9C 9 00 5 58 o uu Richmond, Ky. mation call on or address me at Irvine, Ky. Lv Elizabeth 6 ee 9 i Lv Centerville 9 II 6 84 3 Lv Newtown 9 22 S 12 o W HUGH RIDDELi, Assignee. GEO. W. RILEY Ar C. S. Depot ) 932 622 5 1 LvC.S. Depot J. B 938 638 Lv Georgetown j 9 48 6 34 Lv Johnson 9 45 6 40 Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends Lv DuvaU .. 9 51 ' S 48 Wright's Celerv Capsules. Lv Stamping Ground 9 5S 6 53 ! Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Lv Switzer 18 OS 7(H 7 11 Lv Elkhorn 10 1 Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Lv Summit 10 22 7 17 Gents I have purchased a box of 7 25 10 30 Ar Frankfort A Wright's Celery Capsules from G. L. AH persons holding claims airainst the estate All trains dally except Sunday. of Henry O. Willerford, will present same Middelton. druggist, and used them for The Kentucky Midland Railway and Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- properlyM.verified to me or my attorney's, J. C. tions form, the shortest and cheapest n-htm i Chenault, on or before February 1, and D. pation and found that they gave me im- lS97,,or same wiU be barred and settlement all points north, south, east and vest For further information apply to their s r t J. R. HENRY. mediate relief every time. 1 think it an made. 2 Admr. of Henry O. "Willerford. C. D. BEQCAW. GEO B H RP excellent remedy. Gen. Pass. Agt. Receiver iden.- - if1 Yours very truly, Frankfort, Ky 9 HON. C. T. CALDWELL, Geo. W. Riley. I ' 1 first-class Pah: For Rent! Ask lor Tickets via. Ky. MMIsnd Schedule o! Traics. In effect November 11. 1S96 A. M. P M P M At the Court House door, in Irvine, Estill coanty, Ky., offer at pnh'ic sale the entire TRAINS EAST. No. 1 No X ' plant of said Company consisting of a Lv FranUort A S 55 2 40 I ft) Monday, January IB, 1G97, 40 HORSE POWER Lv Summit- - 7S 2 47 1 10 i 23-3- ' .Notice to Creditors 29-3- "BIG FOUR" ROUTE -- BEST RAttiT of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recom mends Wrights Celery Capsules. PARKERsnnnG, LIME TQ AMO FRQ- M- well-know- n ns to-d- ay two-thir- .1 ii "5'w- - TH H S A - V VT- - ssssstl" K5aTs ' zrr. II" w k'd'r. r- - - if t remaiwd uleep uatll'Mi&fa&d"tbK. artM M "rrtWtoj)fBk ' " 5 ers found a man asleep under two umbrellas. His feet were bound with bags and cloths, and between the outside wrappings and his feet were layers of leaves. Inside of his clothing- leaves and straw were stuffed. He was attired much aa gardeners Dreservo rose bushes from cold. When he was awakened he. said he was eroinar to sleen there until warm weather came., The man is a German, about CO vears old. "He refused to give. his name and says he, had'not tasted f r a week, and that to ago and obd-fohe-we- WAS TO SLEEP UNTIL SPRING. Man in Now Jersey Found Handled Up LILo a Koso Dash. While hunting in the woods near Liberty Corners, K. J., a party of hunt- Highest Honors World's Fair, . V.cf fhnloH Tram. iuNh T,..rr Cnrs. E'ejntnt Coachex, Dining 'nr, WHgoei Sloping Cure, niid Nlest Improved Private Department llnflet Sleeping Cars, mncntfl-cerilfumtxlied Willi toilet acctwiries In The each compartment, ilestleimlualfiiatlon. ly CHICAGO. W. Va., January 26, 1995. Weight Mai. Co., Columbus, Ohio. slepyer jil iij X. WILBUR R. SMITH, PRESIDENT. have been using LEXINGTON. KY. successful Graduates, Wright's Celery Capsules since Novem- 'T?QfprpT,pa-IO.00- O 100 In Banks. ber, JS94. and find them to be aa recom- Award or 21 rdal and Diploma at WorU s. imposition for Konorra mended. I first betsin taking them A Thorough, Influential and attenOaow tunnel. Hundred of students la while at Hot Springs. Aik, nnder treat- Collect.year, from 3) states. the past Dutlanu Coarse renmanjhip, ment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Business Arithmetic consists of commero. Law. Merchandising. Bauktn?. Jointfrtoc. The only Tliroush Sleeping Car nne from Stomach trouble. Constipation which I Manufacturing. Lectures. Business Practice. Correaoondence.etc Clnciuua'u Elegant Wagner Bleeping Car. had been a long sufferer. I found the Mercantile Tall Balnra Coarse. Including Coat or Celery Capsules gave me great relief Tuition. Stationery and Board lii a nice about S0. SaorUMod. Typewriting: and TrierrapJijr from the beginning and have used them are apmaltlest have special teacbs aaa rooms, and The "Southwestern Limited" Solid Vesti ever since. With pleasure, and unso- Bess Course. can be taken alone ex with tic Puled Trains, wllh Combination Library, UDoeial department for ladles. Buffet and Hmoklng Cars, Wagner bleeping licited, I recommend them to any and Sitoalloo.-T- he demand for our graduate u different departments oi tola CoUege fcaJ Ing papngers In Mew Yorx City at nt street all suffering with like afflictions or either cceCedltisupplr. Depot, Positively uo Feiry Transfer. oi them. Yery truly yours, lxlaKtoa. Ky., the location of Prot Smith's CoOtge. Is noted for Its bealthfalness and aa ' BcaoreyoBr tieket reads via "Bid FOUR' L CharlksT-Caujweienaaie: caa 25 cjnrcbrn aad 11 banks. AecesaMOST PERFECT MADE HW by its many railroad. Graduates sncceis-rt- I A jwy.GrapfcCnMHn of faMUiv Jfa D.B.JUETOr bSoldbyT.'S.HjiiMJ DrUff&t. Price .Iwnwllia, Satemow. rmteai, Tor alrualaai W4rw If wrnnnmoonujAwmvcmymimtm CMULdratr mUMin , WITH, Uxfeftsft, Ky. we -- i , II t' s " o r'f ? i. 'i. lis- u I N.i ., ST-LOUIS-.. " Solid Vertlbuleil Train with ItuftVl Parlor "ars. Coaches and Dining Carx.aiiit Wagner nuITetSIeeplngCiirv. KnterlnjjtH LonNovcr the New Merchant.' Bridge, avoiding the Gentlemen: I BOSTON. Book-keepli- CREAM BAKING Tti NEW YORK. Izz-i- T. ts P0WMB x, ta.-X'CQMaC- fctrtjndt.Qptbr. .J :B7 BBBBBBBBBBBBBaaaBBBBBflNHaBBaBaBBBOaBBBKaBBflaBBBBBBaBBBBB O 1 r wflgjjfiT Jf"1 VH , - al" - y.&?&' -- : -- tp; t Jf "-- rr' - - ".'1 2J-- ?v-.-i- l -- -- ij "iir t K. Vr- r- 1 r FJeJ p THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX. JANUARY 6, 1S97. Died Al Irvine. Assigned. 7 Reward for saddle mare. See locaL Be sure and hear Hawks Thurs- day night. Hawks at the court house Thursday night. See ad. of D. Chenault & Co.'s grocery elsewhere in this issue. All but three of Stanford's merchants have adopted the cash system. Judge William Chenault has about recovered from his recent illness. The quail law expired Thursday, and it is now a finable offonse to kill the birds. A good crowd greeted Uncle Tom's Cabin at the Opera House Wednesday night. At the public sale of C. Hunley & Son Saturday plug livery horses brought from $10 to $50. The toll gate war must bo over in Anderson county. Not a single gate is left to tell the tale. Kales fc McElwaine sold last week to Chas. Itailey, of Lexington, two fine mares, price $8.00. Thomas A. Chenault has sold -- his stoek of groceries to Dr. L. J. Frazoe and D. M Chenault. The Register will hereafter be published in the upper room of the J arley building on Main street. The day for the execution of Jackson and Walling will probably set within the nex t ten days. 1 for rent. 15. of land residence and West Main street, Richmond. C H. PIGG. Gov. ISradley has appointed Mrs. J Clay one of the lady commis-bioiiito the Tennessee Centenial. Mv Ts Mrs. l.cttie Salle, wife of John F. Sallf. near Edenton, tins county, was stricken with paralysis Friday. The afternoon passenger train on t'i. Richmond branch was discontinued Saturday for want of patron- - . ar-ii- Jacob Huguely, of Danville, sold Bird Palmer, of Roston, a three-- . filly by Delegate, 2:H4, for ld -- $ iKKI. J. W. Mackey, the colored bar-I- n r. denies the report that he is an applicant for the Richmond post-t.fiic . Blanton will preach at NUer Creek Chapel next Sunday at a I and at Kingston at 3:30 Dr i clock. I. H. Few people who call the ame-t- t. their birtbtonc know that it is uppo-.oto be a talisman against st d drunkenness. White fc Gibson have had the of their store treated to a fresh coat of paint, which adds greatly to tin appearance. The Daughters of the Confederal will meet at the Public Library Rmnn, on Main street, Friday morula;." at l(t:"0 o'clock. H. W. Virgin, pastor of the Baptist church of Nicholasville, and Mi- - Lobelia Goff, of New Orleans, v re married Friday. Rev. W. J. Loos, of Louisville, pr. ached at the Christian church S.mday morning and night to a large and appreciative audience. A Montgomery county man had a knt n which had seven legs, eight f- - et four eyes and two tails. It f-- about 30 years. Burial in Richmond bilities $500; assets $500. Hard cemetery y times and poor collections caused the failure. Eloped From Irvino. Robert West, tho nineteen-year-ol- d Court Day. son of Sheriff James F. West, of January Court day was a good one Irvine, and Miss Mary Horn, of Cow for business. Norris Bros, report Creek, Estill county, eloped Wednes- about 1,200 cattle on the day to Jeffersonville where they at higher prices thanmarket, and November married. Conrt. A great number of mules and, as usual, a large number of plug Monster Grunter. "Father" Galen White, of Whites iiorses. One pair of stcors brought $3.85, Station, exhibited to us lately his but most of tho sales were made at pure bred Poland China hog. which weighs 850 pounds. Dr. Ilockaday from $2.50 to $3.50. J. W. Wagers bought 30 cattle, payhas one weighing 717. But 'Father" ing 24 to 3 cents. holds the record, as the big hog he R. M. Ramsey, of Jackson county, killed last year weighed 937. sold 17 steers at from 3 to 3i cents. Killed by The 7:10 Passenger Train. Robinson & Bowles sold 20 steers x Monroe Chambers, a farm hand at from 2 to SK cents. working for R P. Gregory at Fort D. B. Lucus sold to different parEstill was run over and killed Thurs- ties 21 cattle at from yz to 2 cents. day night by the Rowland passenger Joe Bradford sold 07 cattle at from train, due here at 7:10. His remains 3 to 3i cents. were taken to Still Water, Wolfe S. S. Carrier sold 50 head of cattle county, his late home, for interment. at 1 cents. J. B. Norris, of Maroa, Illinois, Kingston Lodge Elects Officers. bought one car load of cattle from Kingston Lodge, No. 315, F. & A. different parties, paying at from 1 to M., elected, Decombor 23th, the fol3 cents. lowing officers: W. E. Harris, W. G. B. Todd bought of Walter RichM.; D. C. Walker. S. W.; T. C. Witt, ardson 5 steers at $3.30. J. W. ; J. C. Armstrong, Treas. ; It. Gay Bros. & Vanmeter, ofj WinL. Potts, Sec; R. W. Boulware, S. chester, bought (JO head of cattle, D.; A. R. Todd, J. D.; T. J. McKec-he- paying at from 1) to 3 cents, and S. and T. one pair extra good steers at $3.85. Richard Cobb sold to J. W. DownSpecial Meeting. The Fiscal Court met in special ing, of Lexington, 3 steers at $3.40; session Thursday to take action in B. H. Neale, 2 steers, 2.G0. Mules sold at from $30 to $80. Horregard to free turnpikes in Madison county. U. S. Coyle, N. B. Coy, E. ses sold low. C. Million, J. E. Greenleaf and C. D. Negro Orator. Chenault were appointed a commitThe negro orator, R. C. O. Benjatee to inspect the condition of tho min, delivered an address at the various pikes and the cost of buying. court house on the evening of JanuaForged an Order. ry 1st to a large audience. We have Robert Jones, a young white man no hesitancy in saying that lie is by claiming to be from Bybeetown, this far the greatest speaker of his race county, was arrested at Berea Wed- that wo have ever heard. He is an nesday on charge of forging an order orator in every sence of the word. on Thomas Wyatt for $22. He was It is a great pitv that every negro in given an examining trial before the county who has any desire to be Squire U. S. Coyle, who held him a useful and respected citizen could over on $200 bond, which he failed to not have heard him. Especially give and was lodged in jail to await should they have heard his appeal to them to quit blindly following a the action of the grand jury. party on account of name. He stated A Former Richmond Boy Suicides. that they were not all Baptist or Robert Goh", formerly of this Methodist or Presbyterian and that city, but now of Woodford county, if they differ on religious matters, took an overdose of morphine in it was just as honorable for them to Lexington Monday night, December differ on political issues and that 2Sth, with suicidal intent and was they would have greater respect in saved after several hours hard work the community if they did so. This by the physicians. Robert Golf was said in a very forcible and conis a hfepson of Mr. Jewett, formerly vincing manner by the orator but we of this city, but now manager of the think he will have a hard time conBlue Grass Grocery Co., of Midway. vincing the ordinary Kentucky negro that any policy contended for Chicken House Raided. by the Republican party is wrong. Thieves raided tho chicken house They are just about as hard to emanof J. M. Boon, near Kingston, last cipate from their bondage to the Reweek, and succeeded in getting away publican party as they wre from with sixty fowls. The following their former masters. We , like Mr. night Z. M. and Ben Doen sat up and Benjamin. hope the negro may watched late in the night. A man some day open liis eyes to his true came to the hen house to take an- citizenship, and not always bo led other load away, but was fired upon just by a name, and we believe his by the sentinels. He responded address Here will have an immediate by shooting and Ben Boen's thumb effect on some of the more intelliwas shot off. The thief escaped. gent of his audience. to-da- Mrs. Harry bhepherd died yesterGeorgo O. Dozler, proprietor of the day at tho homo of Mrs. Rose Wa- Madison Monumental Works asgers in Irvfne, of consumption, aged signed Friday to D. P. Armer. Lia- Persons who are troubled with indigestion witl be interested in tho experience of Win. Penn, chief clerk in tho railway mail service at Des Moines, Iowa, who wtites: "It gives me pleasn.-- e to testify to the merits f Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DLurhoea Remedv. For two years I have Buffered from indi re gestion, and am subject .to frequent attacks of pain in the stomach and bowels. One or two doses of this remedy never fails to give perfect relief. Price 25 and 50 cents; sold by W. G. 31-- 34 White, Richmond, Ky. te-ve- The 'Busy Bee Cash Store 1jjj9 jyfKWJ Hat lust completed a purchase ot A Tw3 Thousand Dollars worth of New Stylish Gladness Comes With nature of the many ph3's-icills, which vanish before proper ef- a better understanding of the al n, forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. . There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many.fonns of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why 5t is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to.get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedits are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. well-inform- Heifers should not be alloved the habit of drying up early. Why is it that one man is old and decrepit! at 45, and another hale and hearty at 80? Oiten a man's body gets out of repairs the trouble rows until it lays him out in bed. Whenever a man feels tiiat he is not as well as he ought be, whenever he is listless, without energy and w itliout vitality, whenev er he fni'l-- i 'h.it he is losing weight and that liia inary work gives him undue fitipie e needs Dr. Pierce's Golden Mfiii in 'Jitcovery. If he keeps on work-- i a v.itli his liver inactive and his blood pure- - ne Keeps ms nerves aim nis nody under a constant nervous strain. He will not be hearty when he is old. The "Golden Medical Discovery" cures many diseases because nearly all illness springs from the tame thing had digestion and consequent impure blood. The "Discovery" makes the appetite good, the digestion strong, assimilation easy, and the blood rich and pure. . 1 ed Wraps AIND Jackets, At a Closing Out Price made by the Manufactures, and tbey are now on sale at Prices never before naraed on GARMENTS in the -- - i 1 Very Height Of Fashion. It Bliould be given uur uoaK DEPARTMENT Is crowded daily with customers who are eager to get a New Jacket or Wrap for a mere trifle or si Child's Cloak for a Come... With the crowd, don't When turnips are fed to after milking. cows, they talker. His death certainly following from a correspondent, which marks the passing of a noted educa- the editors printed, realizing that it treats tor. upon a matter of vital importance to their In 18C8 Mr. Chenault married Miss sex: "The best remedy for croup, colds Ellen Thompson, of Clark county, a and bronchitis that I have beeen able to member of one of the most promiis Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. nent families in that portion of the find family use it has no equal. I gladly For State. He leaves a wife and three and 50 cent bottles recommend it." children, Mrs. E. S. Nash and Mrs. for sale by W. G. White, Richmond, Ky. B. F. Watkins, of New York, and 4 MissLinelle Chenault, of Louisville, If trees are pruned properly while and a brother, Judge William Chenault, of this city. The funeral and young, tiie necessity of cutting off large burial took place Thursday in Louis- limbs will be avoided. 2-31-3- The progressive ladies of Wcstfield, women for college. He was at the Iud., issued a "Woman's Edition" of the head of this at tho time of his death. Westfield Neirs, bearing date of April 3, Personally. Mr. Chenault was 1S9G. The paper is rilled with matter of most agreeable. Ho was an easy, interest to women, and we notice the graceful let these good things pnss you and you not getyour share. When it Rains Soup set out your W W u In addition to this enormous lot of m (t8' JililPiifiiiL St ville. Chicago, says: "I had a severe cough which settled on my lungs. I tried a number of advertisers remedies and also Gott-Powkl- i.. Mr. Stafford Gott pcveral and Miss Mossie Powell, were united placed myself under treatment of physicians, with no benefit. Iwasrecom in marriage at the bride's home, near Foley's Honey and Tar Brookstown, last Thursday. The mended to try With little expectation of greeting relief, bride is a daughter of Rufus Powell. I purchased a bottle. I had taken but few doses when I felt greatly improved; I was enable to sleep, spitting of blood ceased, and by the the time I had taken . To GEXTiti-the wife of Thomas the second bottle I was entirely well It Gentry, of Rod House, a boy. 1 saved my life., MARRIED. S. F. Fritz, of 677 Sedgwick street, Wraps and Jackets 1 BIRTHS. that we have recently purchased, we are closing out all of the other Jackets that were bought early in the season at Startling Prices, way below Cost of Manufacture. os 93 00 CO 31-3- There is Only One Hawks. R-- . ""- - There is only one Hawks always bubbling over with wit and good humor, and funny without being coar&e. He has the faculty of making others happy, when he brings the tears to their eyes by some of his pathetic recitals, or tickling their ribs by some sidesplitting witicism. There is only one Hawks. C. H. Mead, of the Silver Lake Quartette. Mr. Hawks will lecture on "Noses 90 Minutes Long" at the court house next Thursday night. good-natured, Suits Filed Against Kentucky Distillers. il lied twentv-fou- r hours. Coin-iinwoner's Suits were filed Friday night at Covington and Louisville in the United States Circuit Court against Kentucky distillers by the Frankfort Whisky Process Company of New York and is for an injunction and damages for infringments of a patented process in making whisky. Those against whom suits were filed in Louisville are: Tho Peacock Distillery Company, Bourbon county. The Warwick Company, Richmond. John G. Roach, Louisville. John M. Atherton, Louisville. The A. Keller Company, Cynthi-ana. A Wrong Impression. From an erroneous construction of sale Monday, Dr. T. J. thePattieA. Clay Infirmary report Taj lor'-- , residence, on Third street, published recently in these columns W. S. Hume Company, Richmond. t.. Mrs. M. A. Lynn. Price $3,700. tho impression prevails that the InWin. Tarr Company, Lexington. - A number of Kentucky brides firmary is not a charitable institu- Marion County Distillery Compaand grooms were registered in tion. This is a mistake. While the ny, Louisville. In av. n this Christmas for blowing county donates $G00 and the city $300 C. B. Cook Company, Cynthiana. out the g;is in their respective hotels. annually for its support, the remainF. S. Ashbrook Company, Cyning $1,500 of the $2,400 that it takes ( F. Hurnain and W. S. Mober- was thiana. to run it for twelve months, Thomas P. Ripey, Lawrencoburg. have formed a law partnership raided by the ladies of the Infirmary J. G. Mattingly Company, Louisa 'id will practice in the law olllce Association, who Hro to be commenr- ntl vacated by A. R. Burnam. ded in thus sustaining the institu- ville. - card elsewhere. G. G. White Company, Paris. tion bv their own individual efforts. J. B. Watlien & Bio. Company. R v. Lapsley McKee, of Dan- A Letter From Bryan Ferncliff Distilling Company, ,!! former pastor of the Second Louisville. Lincoln, Ni:n., Dec. 21, 189G. church, this city, has P s'.jtiTian Pleasure Ridge Park Distillery a -- ptfd a call to the Presbyterian Jirw. O. II. Brewer and Charles Jacob?, Company, Louisville. Jliehmond, Ky.: ure). in New Albany, Indiana. Gextm:mj:n: Your joint favor of AV. II. Taylor, Gilbert's Creek. Woolstein is moving his stock November 9th has just been readied Sour Mash Distilling Company, of t'oods from the McKee corner to in the multitude of letters received Owensboro. t' tore house recently occupied by sine; the election, and I hasten to Daniel L. Moore, Lawrencoburg. 11 iirj Klein & Son, where ho wishes Jett Brothers' Distillery Company, reply. I appreciate your expressions t U'lM' his many patrons call on of good will, and beg to thank you Carrollton. ! in. Commonwealth Distillery Compafor the interest you take in bimetalC. Traynor received from C. lism and for the aid you have j,ivn. ny, Lexington. II H Smith, of Covington, Tennessee, It is gratifying to know that the Mellwood Distillery Company, Bellf Komus, three years old, and friends of the cause throughout tho Louisville. T. J. Megibben Company, CynMargie Keene, two years old, full country are undismayed and ready to Kolena, 2.IGI4, to be worked to renew the fight for financial inde- thiana. sister E. L. Miles Company, New Hope. and campaigned during the coming pendence. I am confident that the disappoint those gold standard will heasou. permanent Death ot a Former Madison County Man. The Lexington Argonaut will no who expect it to restore Prof. Jason Chenault, head of the doubt close their liars column after and general prosperity.of consciousness duty. done Louisville University School, and The this. The Winchester Democrat tri- one of the best known educators in says: "Ahoy near Hawesville swal- must sustain us until we see the our cause. I have no doubt the State, died Tuesday morning, lowed a horse hair three months ago umph of Decombor 29th, at 7:50 o'clock at of ultimate victory. and is now throwing up small snakes his residence, in Louisville. The Yours truly, for the amusement of his playmates. end came suddenly and almost withBkyan. W. J. out warning. Superintendent Douglas has been Tendered a Banquet. g Mr. Chenault had for several years notified by telegram from the vie v of his departure for Frank- been troubled with an affection of architect at Washington, to In stop work on the tower of the Gov- fort Sunday, the members of the tho heart, brought on by an inordiThe Bur- nate appetite for tobacco. ernment Building. The architect local bar tendered Judge-elewas his favorite and contemplates making a change in re- nam, of the Court of Appeals, an strongest gard to the clock. Other work on elegant banquet Wednesday night it was a habit of his to swallow the the building is progressing nicely. at the Henderson " 31'sc. The tobacco. During the summer he course supper which was prepared went East and consulted a specialist, Dan Clark who stole a horse from Mrs. Henderson was never ex- but was told that tho organ was very Shelt Haggard a few days ago was hi' Senator weak. After his return Mr. Chencelled in Richmond. arrested Tuesday night by Deputy John Bennett presided and present- ault became worse, but did not take Sheriff James Epperson and placed ed the following resolutions, which to his bed until the day before his in jail here. Clark hails from Estill, were responded to by Judge Burnam t death, when he was quite ill. Early and had sent tho horso to that Whereas, The Hon. A. R. Burnam Tuesday morning Mr. Chenault becounty to be disposed of by confedhas been elected to the high and came worse, and sank steadily until erates. Officer Epperson is on the honorable office pf Judge of tho 7:50, when tho end came suddenly. trail of others. Wincester Sun. Mr. Chenault was born in Madison Court of Appeals of the CommonCol.Thos.H. Hanks, of Lawrence-bur- wealth of Kentucky and has taken county in 1839. His father, Joe has resigned as president of the oath of office, and is about to Chenault, was a man of refined the Crab Orchard and Louisville take temporary leave of tho bar of tastes, and his son inherited this turnpikes. He took this step because which for over a quarter of a century characteristic. Young Chenault entered Centre the Board of Internal Improvements he has been a most able, eloquent College at Danville, and in 18G2 reand honorable member; be it favored the for the road Resolved, That we, the- - members ceived a diploma from that Institu- - Adams Minnie of tho toll gates tora down Humble Snsle Miss Kelsey L 8 Or of said bar, do desire to express our tion. Later ho went to Harvard and Allen Elliott by tho mob on the night ot September KingrPattio BrnerJ W Maher John was best to profound regret on tho loss wo are completed his studies. In 1868 he Clair Johnnie 21st, he believing that it Mitchell Mary returned to Centre as Professor of Cole Nannie Mrs about to sustain: that wo recotmize . let the gates remain dow.t. Mills Asa W Mr Collins Willis Miller Lucile Miss his sterling- worth as an honest, up- Latin. This position he hold for Cook Nathan 2 McGauky O O Cooper W M L. & H. Earnings. right citizen, and his eminent capac- some years. Stevenson Jas O Drake A S Sims Jas Einbry lawyer, and beliovo him JErofessor Ghenaultwas Principal Fielder Mattie P Tiie comparative statement of ities as a Smith 1IK2 James Smith Nohle gross earnings of the Louisville & highly qualified and eminently'fltted of the Louisville Male High School Fielder Wra Ford KL Mrs Bmithllli Nashville for the third week In De- for tho office to which ho has been for several years, and acquitted SipnanBMr ' FordAJ Patsy-trThompson Mack people, and fcol as- - slf with great credit and did much Graham Mattie Mr$ $4,000 by the cember, show a decrease of Thompson Ray Gaines Walker Fred 2 compared with the same period of sured that his career upon the Su- - to raise the standard of the instltu- - Gentry Jeff Williams Fronle Misa UCUMJ .WW Wilson Madee ' last year- - Tho toal gross earnings; preme bench will reflect credit upon tion. Green J A Mrs. Prof.- - Chenault then started the Harris America Miss White Linda Mrs were $415,C05. Tho freight earnings himself and the bench, und leave a White SUen HendrenAlburl f increased 412,225, but passenger earn- lasting impression on ourcfluxispru- - University Schoolman Institution for Howell Jas OJlrnji t ..WorttMi J B. . irsjV.Jl'lwj JTI j the urposB si pre'i)RrlngbB Kail J . ing! fell off nearly 117,0991 denes., - ( apt. P. P. Ballard sold at - :- . -- super-Msin- ct ci-a- r g, In feeding stock through the winter, take good care of and make good use of Mekkitt. Mrs. Merritt, an aged the straw. By having it under cover lady of Berea, died Tuesday night, and feeding it with ens"ilage, roots and aged CO years. grain, it may greatly take the place of Johnson. Mrs. N. B. Johnson, hay, and largely reduce the cost. widow of the late Rev. Napoleon Foley's Soacy as.d Tar Johnson, of Waco, died at Athens, Cough Syrup wherever introduced is Ky., aged about 05 years. considered the most pleasant and effecGakkisox. Mrs. James Garrison tive remedy for all throat and lung comdied at Boonesboro Monday morn- plaints. It is the only prominent cough ing, aged about 02 years. Her re- medicine that contains no opiates and mains were taken to Estill county that can safely be given to children. for burial. 31 34 TitimiLn. Miss Letiia Tribble, Six people were poisoned at Covington daughter of N. B. Tribblo, near by eating canned corn. Union City, died last week. She was a bright young lady, just bloomThe impurities 111 the blood which ing into womanhood, and her death cause scrofulous eruptions are thoroughly eradicated by Hood's S.irsaparilla. was a shock to the entire community. Trv it. It Baxtek. J. W. Baxter died at his A Louisville firm has exported from home, White Hall, Wednesday, of New Orleans within the past three weeks pneumonia, aged forty years. He over 300,000 bushels of corn. was a good citizen and related to the Dr. Shields, an eminent physicians ot n White family of MadiTennessee, says: "I regard Ayer's son county. His remains were ine on earth as the best terred in Richmond cemetery Thursand I know of many wonderful cures efday. fected by its use." Physicians all over the Tudor. Allen Tudor, one of the land have made similar statements. It host known men in tho county, died Sunday morning at his home near James T. Howard a tollgate keeper Cottonburg, aged about GO years. about three miles from Corinth, commitBurial at the Gilead church burying ted suicide by hanging hinself ground Monday. His death was due Horo Curative rover to anoperation performed upon him is contained in a bottle of Hood's several weeks ago. He leaves a wife than in any other similar preparaand two children. tion. It costs the proprietorand inanfact-ure- r Weokessei:. An infant son, seven more. It costs the jobber more and months old, of Mr. Frank Weckesser, it is worth more to the consumer. It has manager of the Bluegrass Grocery, a record of cures unknown to any other died yesterday morning of pneu- preparation. It is the best to buy because monia. Tho remains were buried in it is the One True Blood Purifier. the Danville cemetery this afternoon at three o'clock. Danville Advocate. Hood's Pills are the best family catharMr. Weckesser was formerly a tic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, of this city. It sure. BIMETALLISM THE REMEDY. Henry Johnson, colored, was found guilty of killing Znck Johnson ot OwensDuring the discussion of the agricul- boro, and sentenced to the penitentiary tural budget in the Chamber of Deputies for twenty-on- e years. the Premier, M. Meline, admitted that the farmers were suffering from the conand Eczema. Tetter, tinual fall in prices, and that the import, The intense itching and smarting inciduties had partly lost their efficacy ow dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and ing to the tall in value ot loreign com Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases remedy, have been permanently cured by it. It and the fall in exchanges. The he explained, was in bimetallism, but, is equally efficient for itching piles and he added, the international settlement. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chilblains, frost The government, he further stated, in chapped hands, eyes. 25 cts., per bites box. and chronic sore tended to study the effects of speculation in wheat and farmers' insurance. Dr. Cody's Condition Powders, are Continuing, the Premier suggested just what a horso needs when in bad blood purifier and condition. that a system of export bounties was vermifuge. Tonic, are not food but Thoy dangerous and might bring reprisals. medicine and the best in use to put a The government, however, would con- horse in prime condition. Price 25 :ents per package. sider the proposition. In conclusion M. Meline said that one "William AVhaley, a farmer of Sevier of tho greatest services which could be county, Tenn., and his wife were killed rendered to French husbandry would be by unknown assassins while in bed. to relieve it from land taxation. Search is being made for the murderers. The Abbe Leraire called the governAncthar Goo4 Llaa Gone "Wrong. ment's attention to the increase in the He failed to use Poley's Kidney Cure exports of pork from the United States, 31 34 complaint. M. Meline. in reply, said that the for his kidney and imports of pork and salt meats had deThe Fayette county gallows were creased from 17,000,000 to 12,000,000 shipped to Brooksville Thursday, where francs. Therefore, the Premier pointed they will be used in the execution of out, foreign imports had not caused the Langhlin, who murdered his wife and fall in prices, which, he explained, was niece last February. due (o increased home production. Exposure to Disease A practical fanner greases his unused Does not necessarily mean the contracimplements with axle grease, and when tion of diseases provided the system is in it is desirable to remove it, he uaes kero- a vigorous condition, with the blood pure sene. and all the organs in healthy action. When in such a condition contagion is readily resisted and the disease germs well-knowSarsa-parilla blood-medici- DEATHS. Children's Cloaks and Misses s-- y C3 so a Jackets al .... tyjfii j nSJ .SSsF " vEiicW(R. . - " --" ea most given away. v!y JbcsSyr J&&SWi J 86 Respectfully, 9 D OLDHAM & CO. 'J S2. Jw x; SpLtiYV S"v IN OLDEN T3:MSS overlooked the importance of perPeople manently beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient action; hut now that it is generally known thai Syrup of Fijrs will permanently overcome habitual people will constiptation, not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. well-inform- SAX3 nones. , a cosssssssasssssssssasssssssssssssssssssssss a a a OOOOOOOOOOOOO 0000 0090000000000000000000000 a r n On December 22, 1S00, I rented a brown saddle mare, 1G bauds high, white star in forehead, to a man, giving his name as Jeffries, who claims to be a muic teacher, and have not heard from him or my mare since. Jeffries is a dutchman, black mustache, hair and eyes, and wears a black Macintosh over31 34 with cape. A liberal reward will Fifteen people lost their lives through coat be paid for return of mare. the foundering of the French steamer Mrs. Lavinia Estill Cunningham, Deux Ferre Escondida, Ky. A January thaw is ahvjijs more proBouibon county. It ductive of colds and coughs than a January freeze. Then is the time Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is needed and prove so extremely efficacious. Ask your druggist for it, and also for Ayer's Almanac, which is free to all. It o.::: ! v..0 :... " S3". QO. SStti S03 So SO" a.. B.o.. 9S.. Of. f)e. o... SO Vfi ! YV " -- JSr" ..so a .Just opened on Second 09 as as as aO ..as ..99 - .9 .Street at the stand cently occupied by T. A. Chenault. a as .9 as 39 ..W" a l All roods l" -- big nee's Sale! i S3.. $ S9 Sarsa-paril- la Fire at Newstead, Christian county, caused a loss of $3,000. We all know any tirod muscle can be restored by rest. Your stomach is a muscle. Dyspepsia is its manner of saying "I am tired. Give me rest." To rest the stomach you must do its work cutside of the body. Tliis is the Shaker's method oi curing indigestion, and its success is best attested by the fact that these pcop e are practically free from what is without doubt the most prevalentof all diseasts. Dr Shaker Digestive Cordial not only contains digested food which ispromptly absorbed without taxing the tired digestive organs, but it is likewise an aid to the digestive ot stomach. A 10 rent other foods-in-t- he trial bottle will convince you of its merit, and these you can obtain through all druggists. oSa'SSta. otice ot Assince S3'. See. SO.. SO so.. & r W W A 0- rJ .new and sold as low as . ay m tiie market lor K 4 .CASH. , aS ..9 as as SaIc- - pYyirtueof an Order of Sale of the Madison S Coiinty Court rendered at the January Term sothereof, the undersigned will, on S3 S3. So. SO X - we nave no dooks atidYcan therefore sell Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1897, ce so So AVTiV' fror nvC. T Jl - v k . , -yr as as as as as ..as as as as as as ..as as -- 09 -- as as as as as OO Sir 'ma OS OS -- gro-cerym- an Between the hours of 1 o'clock, p. m. and 2 o'clock, p. m., on the premises on Irvine street, Madison county, Ky., proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, the following property, viz: A general stock of a Marble Shop including Tombstones and Marble in the rough. TEKMS Sale will be made on a credit of 30 days. The purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a Lein bearing legal interest from the day of sale, with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid. 31.32 SOa Q99 Lowest Prices for Cash. All jroods fresh the city and CHENAULT s 9 -I SO.. S93 S9 &ae.. So a new & so so SSo O- So Salt-Rheu- m D. P. ARMEF, So SO Assignee. C.o- SO. S so SO- - . gURNAM MOBERLEY. Attorneys-at-La- C. F.I URN AM. W. S. MOBEKLBT. e " Lazol the best medicine fot children Doctors reeomiuended it in placeof Castor 18 it Oil. Newton Bros, distillery warehouse, near Campbellsville, was destroyed by FOR fire. HaU's Hair Rencwer enjova the confi dence and patronage of peop e all over the y A nice irame resiaence on iiame- WOrlll, TAIiO use it tO restore anU i Irvine street, in Ilichmond. Kentucky, belong- me unueci stales uuiiams ana i.oan ,aS io It ' Association. Apply to the undersienod. Keep llie nair a iihiu.ji COloi. J. C. & D. M. CHENAULT. Mrs. Emma Palmer, ot Vanccburg, because ber marblow out ber brains BRIDGEFORD'S riage relations were not happy. RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY. Office in Burnam Building, recently occu0 pied by A. It. Burnam. e9e9e99a9O9tBo4ea09e v r.:flon. W. J. Bryan's Book:::: 9 s' SALE or RENT! ..... two-stor- ALL A Curo for Lame Baci. "My daughter, when recovering from an attact of fever, was a cie.it sufferer from pain in tho back and hips," writes Louden G rover, of Sardis, Ky." After using quite a number of remedies without any beneflt she tried one boHe of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and is lias given entire relief." Chamberlain's Pain Halm is also a certain cure lor rheumatism. 21 24 Sold by W G. White. 0. W. Clapp & Co., Incorporated, Kew York Citv. with offices in the Mills ECONOMIST SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! diately with the publishers. The work will contain K5 An account of his campaign tonr . His biography, written by his wile His most important speeches . . . The results of the campaign of 1896 KiSrl RANGE, A review of the political situation & Y-- 'll. supply received daily.N CO " a v.m as as V (t,a, m 09 ----- OS OS OS OS A ! OS OS OS os OS ..a 4 m as as m i T- F4 ;-i who are interested in furthering the sale of Hon. J. Bryan's new book shonld correspond imme- m Mr. Bryan has announced his intention of devoting one- half of all royalties to furthering the cause of bimettalism. There are already indications ot an enormous sale. Address W. B. CONKEY COMPANY, Publishers, List of Letters. can find no lodgment., Hood's Sarsap- - '. - the bestmediehie to build up the system because it makes pure, rich blood, and pnre blood is the basis of good health. In cold weather it is especially necessary to keep up the health tone because the body as subject to greater exposure and arilla more liable to disease. Hood's is the safeguard of health. Sarsapar-ill- n 31 34 him-olect- ed J s . Revenue agents broke up thirteen stills near Middlesboro Tuesday uight, Whether it'n a stuborn colJ or just a and captured seven shiners. sniffle, you can cure it"tfor j$oal with Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Tina fimc-B- rem- TSS, 'tiatriie; iilL r. cdy takea.in time.wni wop wj "Foley a Honey and Tar ! ClTcOBM.lBtKa, mm. lmnR-- 4 v w Building, ha6 been organized underline laws of the State of ftew iojk, witli "an authorized capital of S300,QDO for the purpose of trading; inStd:ks, Grain, CC Cotton and Provisions, with ample facilities for tho prompt transacOon of all business which may bo intrusted to them. Private wire connexions with tho principal cities in thd1 East and West, and close relations to(jimportant interests, enable them to givojearly and valuable Information. j "ilia p' uj saaBEi RiSPn laHilH STOLEN! i'MUIS Ti UJ . HE r. 341-35- 1 Dearborn St CHICAGO. PATS THE.., From my barn, near Silyer Creek. Monday night, a mouse colored male, about IS 2 hands high. 10 or 12 years old. A liberal reward frill be paid tor return o( same. 29 B.H.TUBXEB- - FREIGHT. S0LDlrt RICHMOND. , imm?i. , .TOU'PAY FOR THE. -- f 1 .- -- r'l -- -- i it J- - - . , it Hilll? DRINKS. MiffftKflft film flirt ft mWBI bm ttKsNo.;. BY Core sick headache, bad taste In the mouth, coated m tongue, gai In the stoaaeh, AtrtreM a4 ladigeatlaa. Do net weaken, tat hro teak: ogee. cent. ,3e oaly HH to tolxj vMb. Hao-- SamfarUla. . Hood's 3 II Fire at yat (wtoy Mime--- , wtngaJ a lo& III 3l i i . SEGOfo'StteEt, i- - ilKlliMB, tr, V?""' "1! 15-- r3 .. , "Tfc, W 53t -- f -- . . j,. f - BHIBHJHJHBHBJBBPBBHSBHkBibHBBI5 fyl? 9!-- , a """ N - jit ,!" - KENTUCKY NEWS. ?arii (.7 COMPANY r A TL.tott Xrwa From All Cotnmoawealuu di Corpse, Which bl STONE COFFIN. TWrrl of VI hltltr l'norsd ws the Dretiod in the finest 0r u r- I UT.T wait fpr further orders, but ordered the boys, to bring in their uniforms and give them up. He packed them together with tho guns and shipped them to tho arsenal at Frankfort He says the conduct of the guards was the worse outrage he had ever heard of. It is not known just what kind of d scharge will be given the boys, but it is believed Capt Tinsley and Second Lieut Fibson and 12 pri- - ' vates will arc badly, while tho rest of the company arc entitled to an honorable discharge. "11 1 Smith, the famous mountain fihuir, after looking at the damage done the courthouse Thursday, says if . tho militia is not severely dealt with FREE PIKES. he will bring his follower, who ara Oa Kentucky County Will Take Action armed with Winchester rifles, and run to Check the Itildrr. Vaxckbuko, Ky., Jan. 4. The de- the soldier boys out of town. mand of the people for free turnpikes AN I.V.PRCViD SCAFFOLD. h i ajain become so violent that J udjjc Hilhi baturday published a call for a The I jTentor Hopes It JTVI11 Ito Csed for Wjilllntr and icksou. special meeting of fiscal court January Lexington, K7 , Jan. 1. Tho scaf1!. Then donations of stock of the fold on wnich Ro'bert Laughlin, the various holders will be received llrookville wife murderer, will hang, if appointed to he is executed, left here Thursday and a commission report on the value of stock niefht by freight over the Louisville & not surrendered. The stock not sur- Nashville for Maysvillp, whence it will rendered will be reported worthless, it be hauled to Brookville. Edward is claimed, and the county will confisFaught, a Lexington carpenter, is tho cate it. This htep is taken to hold the inventor of the death trap, and it is so organized mobs in abeyance. Tho constructed that two, or even three stockholders on the Salt Lick and men, can bchanged on it at one time. pike announce that they will ltw)ll not be returned to Lexington r tu",r fctock to the countr. viTeDs until Sheriff Pluramer, of Newport, finally decides regarding a scaffold for nsCfc WAR MENACES. Jackson and Walling. Trouble llrcwini Oirr the Allced ShootLoit Ills Fortune nud Ills Mind. ing lly Kmrmer Oarrutt. NioiiouAsrii.M. Ky., Jan. 1. Five HorKtsVrLl.E, Ky.. Jan. 4. The examining' trial of Clifton Garrott, a years ago John Fay was 60 years old wealthy farmer, charged with the an I owned Cnicago real estate worth thpoting of Ueubcn Leavcll, colored, j SJO.OOO. lesides a nice sum in cash. and his son Thomas, was called for the Thursday he was adjudged insane in h c 'iinty court The loss of the forsec nd time at Heverly, this county, ago, which he had spent and was continued until January 11. tune five In a qjarrel lost month Uarrott shot years in accumulating, dethroned hii mind, aad he has since been living thr- Leavclls, father and son. The latin this count; ter died and it is rep irtcd that l.eav-ell- 's w th a brother-in-land growing gradually vtorse. 11 frien s will have U.irrott charged with murder. There could never tell how he lost his forare fearj that it will result in a race tune, but rom the evidence adduced at the trial it seems he was buncoed bj war. a gang of sharpers. Kmitackr IVnslonera. A Dftnb Washington, Jan. 4. The following Wedding. UooxKViLLF, Ky., Jan. 1. At Trav pensions for Kentucky people haio allowed; Original Jerry Cal-- h eler's Itest, eight miles from this place und. Oensboro, Daviess; Ervin G. a double wedding occurred. csle3 A. Hotner, wi lower, of ."5, and Susar Marple, Atteron. Casy. l.reaie Miles Ollar, Spring Lick, Uebbard, aired IS. and Charles Geb Grjyso ; Charles L. llensou, Howling bard and Miss Martha Jackson were Green, "A arren; Andrew J. llaldridgc, the contracting parties. E.der J. IS. Cual, John,son. llowlet per'onned ihe ceremony. Misf Or.ginal Widows, etc. Mary S. Cha- Uebbard has mzde her home with Mr. ncy, bunimersville. Green; busan Hill. liotner from childhood. Wlion ths i.ar Spring. (Jracs; Sarjh I. Chal-f- first Mr, l'otner was on her death bed i sic told her husband that she wanted t, Loaisville. him to marry Sustn when she became Soun AUIince. U Lki i.ro., Ky., Jan. 4. At the No- 18. Ctiarlea aboard is her brother. brltlt-- i Uilli the Mate. vember election enough republicans , itAMiFOi-TKy.. Jan. 1. The West- w ere elected to the board of aldermen s ttled to give thein a majority, but as they era Union Te erap'.t y were toted democrats, with the Mate xhurJay, payinir fran- and, as they promised when candidates chise taxes for t!i full amoant ..uj t .j . tate tor lour jcars pas is unto be nonpartisan when made alderof tne suprjiie court men, they have decided to elect a der the democrat, in the person n the conoliiatci , m which the Ohio. Inditna an I Keatuc'cv f Alderman John llarkley, president were tested, and in each cis? held eon- - ' o the st.tutionai. The various co antics in ii!m to lie "11. V the state also come in under the deci Lkxinc.to.v, Ky., Jan. 4. Vipsania, sion, and the total amount due u ill ag(2:1 11,) one of last season's most sensa-- t gregate many thouvnds of dollars. on- -. campaigners, is W .1 lu th .Miildle of Ihi-- Itoutt to be soid at r ubhe auction. S.ie was LouibViLLE, Ky , Jan. 1. The popu-soc.naiL'neJ by Apjellate Judge A. It. sts of Kentucky are tired of their Iturnam. hfr owner, to Woodward & fusion with the silver democrats and Sn.inklin's Fc'jruary sale. Vipsania is haie decided to remain in the middle by est U Ikes out of Hylansie by of the road. The populist state cenLylis. tral committee Thursday heard an ofA Fmilv fer of tho silventes to fuse on county ScoTTSVii.i.n, Ky., Jan. 4. Chas. Aland other fHces. The report as len shot and mortally wounded Elijah ovsrwhelmingly adopted that an indeDavis, his brother-in-laAllen was pendent policy be hereafter pursued hot Irom ambush on the night of Dc-- t. and that nominations be made for all inber 13. Kobu Daws, his father-in- offices. w, has been arrested on the chargo Tracli r Thlr.1 Msrriscr. 0 shouting Alien. A family feud is Ilooxf.v.LLE, Ky., Jan. 1. Rev. G.W. tne cause. Miller, of the Cnristian church, of Lee Splinter Cuuirs Lockjaw. county, was married to Miss, Nancy J. CAT'.tTTsnuiiO, Ky., Jan 4. Freddie Hale, daughter of Elisha Hale, a promYtuites, aged 13 years, son of C. Waites, inent cit zen of this county. The trav ling salesmen for Dawson, Mack-mor- e groom had just received a divorce the & Co . of Cincinnati, died Sunday day before the wedding from a former tairning from lockjaw, brought on by wife in Letc.ier county, and he was tunning a splinter into the palm of his divorced from his first wife in Leslie right hand about a week ago. county before marying wife No 2. Kl Idle I With llnllet. S x CunKUbtts ti.vd N,i Ilond. Albaxt, Ky., Jan. 1. A battle took Le"'"gton, Ky., Jan. 4. Owing to tne .allure of six of Fayette county's place about 100 miles from Albany beco istables to file their bonds Satur-(.a- tween William and Allen Smith and tne day prescribed by law, their Everett Riddle. Riddle was drunk and t ISes are vacant. So far as heard attempted to shoot Wm. Smitti, wherelium only one constable filed his bond. upon Allen shot Riddle in the thigh and Riddle stabbed William in the side K. II. W.r.l Qultit Lnlnjtnn. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 4. Ilev. Dr. E. and back and also shot Alien in the leg. . ard, of Christ church (Episcopal), cratft. 8onnd Money preached his farewell sermon Sunday, LAWKEXCEnyito, Ky., Jan. 1. At a lie has ben rector of this church lor He has accepted a call meeting of the sound money democratic year -' t thf St I rhnrch, Pittsburgh. committee for this county, Mr. R. II. chairman and Lillard was Tim I'uriuersmp lilolved. !r. C A Leathers secretary. All of Lkingiun. Ky , Jan. 4. Will J. the committee favored keeping up the Hudson, who last Young and organization. j ear were qnite successful with a big national democratic n by Kire. 1 strirg of tro have dissolved part-- r Ky., Jan. 1. A fire at nip and each will open public Neivbtead, in this county, destroyed st .b'es at the fair grounds. "ho general merchandise store of E. P. c iu of th Grip. Anderson and a number of other build- Asvii-LE- , Ky.. Jan. 4. FountX cnoi The fire is thought to have ain G. llendrcn, aged 31, a well known been incendiary. Loss. 512,000; insur- Hnd popular young man, and brother-in-la1 ! , I Tol-iesbo- ro T.vtn ana. Ky.. Jan. 4. Mr. Charles llr&mblette, one of Robinson county's oldest and wealthiest citizens, was laid to r. Kt in n Lilt iininiirTnirlinv1 Kcnlontown Sun lay afternoon. About 1 years apo Mr. Uramblette, at an expense ol Sto, had acollinhewnoutof a larg-- rock in which he proposed to bo b ir ed. At the same time he purchased a barrel of pure bourbon whisky, which he desired poured over h.a remains after they were placed in the coffin. He requested to brs dressed i i the finest silk, to prove that tho idea of dust to dubt and ashes to ashes vraa a back numbir. His request was granted. Bradley Gaarda, Md to Otva Dp Their Arms lu DltKracr. Bai:boubbvili.e, Ky., Jan. 1. As- -' sistant Adjt Gen. Forester sent Lieut Whipple here to investigate company L of the llradley guards. Lieut Whipplo was besieged by the business men and citizens to disband thcom-pan- y at once. Lieut Whipplo did not l, THE LYNCHERS. Jadee I bling court Monday morning. Judge Owen had the grand jury called and charged thorn concerning the mobbing of Holt The judge went over the facts of the lynching and commanded tho jury to thoroughly investigate tho matter and indict any person found to have participated in the mob. He said that society and the helpless women and children of tho county and community demanded it; that the jury could and must find out who composed the mob, and that they must be indicted for murder. lie thenXmade an order, giving a change of venue to Muhlenberg county, for the trial of the liaskets, Williams and Allison, alleged accomplices of Hi It, and ordered that they bo sent to Louisville jail for safekeeping until the trial. EXCITEMENT Still Helens In the Town of Farmers Over thn llarnlnc of Padgett. 29. Tho town Mobeiiead. Ky., of Farmers is still in a state of excite ment over the burning of Padgett in tho jail fire on Christmas day. A notice has been tacked on the post office notifying the marshal of Farmers to leave. The widow of Padgett has brought suit against the town for The authorities oifered to compromise by paying S1O0, but she would not accept Citizens of Farmers came in a body before Couaty Judge Carey Monday to ask him to revoke the license of Mace Green's saloon. Green says he has plenty of guns, and will sell liquor at all hazarls. Fn igett hd been locked up for drunkenness. D-'- Must Ere rnnlshed. Owensbobo, Ky., Dec 29. On assem- Owens, of Owsnsboro, Says They Few Appreciate the DANGER to the pectant Mother is exposed and the which, Ex- forward foreboding- with which she looks - hour of woman's severest trial. All effort should he made to smooth to the WmSr Ij tTHS i?l these rugrcre d places in life's pathway for her. ' nam w Mother's Friend" e alla3s Nervousness, and so assists SWALLOWED JUICE. Nature that the chaug-- goes foran easy manner, without Prof. Jmon YV. CJieuault's Death Trace-kbward in to th Usff of Tobacco. such violent protest in the way of Louisvili.k, Kj., Dec. 30. Prof. JaNausea, Headache, Etc Gloomy son W. Chenault, for over 25 years one forebodiug-s- , yield to cheerful aud of the best known educators in the hopeful anticipations she passes south, died suddenly Tuesday morning -- STRUGGLE FOR LIFE. Bttllnc Over the Cxe nt BarboDrsvlllr. Uabbouksvili.k, Ky., Dec. 30. CoL Lyttlc, attorney for the defense in the Adkins murder trial, began his argument before the jury luesday morning at 0 o'clock and spoke for threo hours. At 1 o'clock 11. C. Faulkner, for the prosecution, spoke for an hour and a half. Then followed John G. Matthews, county attorney, for tho prosecution, who spoke an hour and a half. Tuesday night at 0 o'clock Cabb Powers, for the defense, addressed the jury. The prosecution has seven speeches and the defense only four. It is so arranged that two speak for the state after each one for the defense. The court limited the time on each side to 12 hours, but tho prosecution insisted upon more time. Tho courtroom was crowded all day. 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Safety to life of both is assured by the use of "Mother's Friend," and the time of recover shortened. - S10,-00- 0. was awakened with severe pains in tho region of the heart, and, though physicians were immediately sent for, ho died beforo their arrival. Prof. Chenault for many years was an inveteratechewerof tobacco, usually swallowing tho juice, and long ago was threatened with heart trouble, which he was satisfied would carry I know onoUdr,the mother of three children, who suffered gresilr In the hirlh of ech, who him off. He had prepared for entrance obtained a bolilo of Hctber'g rritnd' of me beforo her fourth confincmtct.atd wai relieved to college some of the best known s shorter young men in the south, and by all quickly. All agree that their inuor aad leu puafai." Jodn G. Polhill, dr.con,Ga. who ever studied under him was greatHe was 57 years old. Sent bv Mall, en recciot of price. $1.00 PER ly beloved. 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Six physicians hava used every mion" known to themedical profession to revive him. He will die. SPEAKER CARROLL Declares That Ho Will Kot Voto for Fh.vnkfoi'T, Ky., Dec. 29. Hon. A. J. Carroll, of Louisville, has thrown a bomb shell into Senator 11 ackburu's c imp by declaring, in an interview, that he will vote for a republican, if nocsssary, in order to defeat Ulack-bjrand will also vote for a repub-l"- n if necessary to bring about an election. M- Carroll was speaker of t le house in the session of lb'J3-9and is secretary of the state executive committee of the national democratic p irty. The Blackburn men claim that tne interview has been misquoted. n, son of a prominent merchant at Midway, is dying in. the police station. He was an inmato of Dr. Silas Evans' private stnitarium, from which place he crcaped Monday Lexixoto-Goughf, the , K3., Doc 29. Robert ! I ! , j tho Christian church. Deposit bank's condition, sworn to by While hitching up his horse in the tho officials, was submitted Friday, as church yard, in sight of several other men, he was held up by a masked man fol ow : Resource: Loans and discounts, and robbed of his money and revolver. 313,5 .1 20; overdrafts (secured and un. Fleming sturted to run to the church, secured), properties, stocks, etc.. swell and the robber shot at him, the bullet this to S2G'J,9G3 3t5. Liabilities: Capital going through his coat collar. The escaped. Suspicion stock, iSO00; surplus, 573,000: individ- highwayman ual deposits, Sllo.OO; undivided profits. pointed to Wood, and, when arrested, etc., balance the resources. The 20th Fleming's pistol was found on him. dividend of 5 percent, was His bail was fixed at SI, 000. declared Friday. THE SCAFFOLD AX INSTEAD OF TAX Tor JAc!cson'8 and Walllnc's Execution semi-annu- al WILLIAM STOWN FAILURE. Sworn Stat roont of the Hank' Condition Mid bjr Officials. Williamstow.s, Ky., Jan. Jan. A true statement of tho Grant County AT THE CHURCH, In the Presence of NVtchbor. Fleming W Held Up. Ky., Dec 30. narry n Wood, a man of White Our factory on Laurel Street in Iticli-mon- d Sulphur, this county, was arrested by is now running, and we are Chief of Police Lusby, charged with prepared to till orders for t ibt of the n robbery. Christmas eve Mr. ) Fleming, of Oxford, went i 0 fti to Dry Hun to a Christmas well-knowMil-liga- Our Diners j.reso comfortable you regret leaviiifc' the table. Our small Kockers keep the children quiet all day. Suites make happy homes. Our Bed-rooOur Springs and Mattresses cause you to go home early. Our Folding Beds will not hurt you. Our Foldinc Couches afford the greatest pleasure. Our "Wire Cots don't fail to see. are great variety. Our Secretaries and Book-case- s all new and Our Side-board- s hna-Isom- rT.r-- J art jot-t-o OPPLYTHETilADi mm Our IJat-rack- s will just finish yrjar hall. Our stock consists of loo much to mention each item and all that is necessary, is for give us a call, and we can furnish you anything you may wish for. tree at a n t Our inxuinruuirta-inmuTj-iaTTij-u- Undertaking Department is Always Complete, u It, C" 0! ui - "Pair Jacks" ' ' T Brandf', three grades. AVe can save you money. Send us a trial order; you will Espebe giail with our products cially pleased to hear from country mer- UGHANAN XTjona-ui- n AND JLRSTfSFF, xll ?; roii.-- . I narnaTa-ix- i riirn ruxn riarrijTn rHk chants. 19 FURNITURE AND MORTICIANS. White 0 Ross, Ky. BlinrgJIIfriJinpliT I'lHckbnrn. M's? Laura l'ressly .i -. 1 ', souui-inone- tempted to collect from Milton Gullet. Gullet refused to pay. Then Thacher seized Gullet's overcoat. The Gullet family then fell on Thacher. Miss Laura 1'ressly hit Thacher over the hea 1 with an ax, chopping a piece out of his sku 1, cutting a gash four inches long and knocking him senseless. Thacher fired as he fell, but hit no one. Splits tho Head of a Collector at Vancebur;. Vancebuko, Ky., Jan. 2. School Tax Collector J. W. Thacher, of Noah, at- of Bracken county has wired Ed here, asking if the scaffold on - Itorrowed From Lexington. Lexington, Ky., Dec 30. The sheriff IiiciiMos-D- , Mt raTtlJBnBrfalTaErrgjrra J b- a FrtJ a BJrBptiiBntilBITiLMi frHJ s frti s THi a ra 5 nyj S 11 deci-101- 1 Bound-mone- y ea-..-- TWELVE M'KINLEY ELECTORS. la-v- s The Mlverltc Fall to Contest the Election In Kent nek jr. Collector Shelbr Appoints a Deputy. 2. Collector Walluco M. Shelby Friday appointed Bsn V. Wyatt, of ML Sterling, division deputy for the counties of Morgan, Martin, Lawrence, Johnson and Boyd. Lexixgtox, Ky., Jan. which "Mud Dauber" Smith was hanged, can be secured for the execution of wife murderer Laughlin, January 9. '1 ho authorities here are willing to allow the use of the machine, and it is also said that the Kenton county sheriff may use the same scaffold for the execution of Waiting and Jackson. Laughlin is now in the Covington jail for safekeeping, being a fellow prisoner of Jackson and Walling. GOV. BRADLEY Will KeOcn From Office December 15, 1897. "When L'eat. Gov. iVorthin;ton Can by L..W litre me Governor. 31. Gov. Wm. of Kentucky, will not srve out his term as chief executive of that state. Unless there is a marked improvement in his health during the n xt vi veral months, he will resign the C$.tfQCS--C-.r-T P V V y I -- . Positively the Greatest Bargain Ever Offered! TT J scr ilf.. i :J u .... u use ror tn Your nome.or umce uaiiy tt in tr T"" i Ja ! .L p--- tnrec--year-oi- 1 r. K-- 1 D-- t- S-o- tt Kentucky's tote of 12 electors for McKinley and one for Bryan is final. The time has expired in which the liryan men were permitted to file a notice of contest, end Chairman Roberts, of the republican committee, Monday announces that tho notice of contest served on liryan Elector Smith was simply a. strategic move and that it will not be nushed. Vants the Roads Free. Lawrenceduro, Ky., Dec 31. Hon. paThomas II. Hanks, the triarch of tho legislature, who has served the old state road that runs through here as president, has resigned and issued a circular which has been distributed over the county. He says that he differs with the other stockholders, who want the gates rebuilt. He thinks that they should be left free. Klre at Lexington. Lexixctox, Ky., Dec 31. A fire occurred on High street Wednesday morning, and three dwellings, occupied by G. B. Hicks, Mrs. McAndrews and Mrs. E. Iteuter, were burned Mrs. McAndrews family was asleep at the time and did not wako until the upper story fell in. They barely escaped with their lives. The total loss is S,000, covored by insurance. fori rrroce In thn Governor's Ofttce. Frankfort, Ky., DecSL Gov. Bradley, John W. Yerkes, Dr. Tuner, CoL right, of Bowling Green and other prominent republicans, held au extended conference in the governor's o2icc, and the senatorship and other matters were fully discussed. It is said that Yerkes is being pushed for a cabinet place in the event he is not scut to the senate. LF.xiNGTOX,Ky., Dec. 29. well-know- The collector will not appoint a successor to Mr. Wyatt as storekeeper as the service is already "chock full." Fkaxkfort, Ky.. Dec Br-dle- i tolks m their studies, no single work in the world equals that matchless Reference Library, the New O y, Ky., Jan. 2. Hiram years conducting, a hat, fur and gents' furnishing goods store, established by his father in 1S33, Friday assigned to J. J. Milward for the No schedule benefit of his creditors. of assets and liabilities has been filed. Shaw, for 45 Lexixgtox, L. xincton Failure. rPBSf--gai ; Nearly 4,000 pages. 0'crSOO Colored Naps, Cnarts and Diagrams. Every Yolamc Mechanically Perfect. S rf F rJ If 5 ifi n Alleged Diamond Thief Arrested. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 2. Information has been received by Capt. W. W. Iiite that Geo. 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"s cf universal interest and importance. tt-r--, w A. K. Adcock, died Sunday afternoon very suddenly of Councilman Irom an attack of grip. Si DtKth of 1'rof. Slaturlcr I'lrbj. Ky.. Jan. 4. Prof. Maurice Kirby. for many years principal or ths male high school, died here fcunday. Liiisyii.i.. Wilmington, Del , Jan. 4. For a pnrbc of $5 two Xegro bootblacks, Hi Appetite Won a Yer. m Henry Flemming and 'ihomas Potts, engaged in a buckwheat eating contest, Flemming winning by eating 53 cakes, each e ght inches in diameter, and six pounds of sausage. Potts ato 45 cakes and three pounds of sausage. w ner-- c omen Who Suffer pain each month can find relief and emancipation from Congestion and in flammation of the internal organs are generally induced by exposure to wet or cold, excitement of the emotions! or a morbid condition of the blood. For the their troubles. ments Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a safe and certain remedy, permanently correcting all abnormal conditions, so that these trying ordeals are passed with case and comfort Ulcerations and displacements of the uterus are cured by the "Favorite Prescription," and the cure is radical cure of these derange Hysteria, Spasms, Nervousness, Indigestion, or Dyspepsia, often depend upon irregularities of function and displacements of the womanly organs. The "Favorite I'rv. icription " cures bj regulating and cor-- f fn? these functions and organic For all irregularities, suppressions and obstructions, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a specific, and has a record of over a quarter of a century of cures. MA.L.VIKA WlLSOK. of BoctkrmUe. Jlfariom Mra.,,, ,7-- : .- . u., bv lonj Tor twtlre niiit. I suffered grcat-1- ft-- . r r;M. yr nil extreme t Zi d stored 1 urease I Iiad with four pliyooam with hule or no koo3, and one of thera vas as cood a physician as could be had here: he pave - l .- r - m. rton.ach and r up to die. None of rav friends thoujrht 1 - lnl nr I couM iret well. We bid tried almost eiervthine. end at 1 Slxs- - vrasc' write Prescription. I had been bed-famost of the time for two years. After takinff several bottles almost t Turtle Prescription and fijuowing the of tie dlrec-- tbouirbt I would ttrr-it owose huadrtd poo.cdf sal viwUgkOf ' Lexixgtox, Ky., Dec 31. In the circuit court, Wednes lay afternoon, Mrs. 1S91, with 20 pur cent penalty atRuth Lawrence filed suit for divorce tached, against Ed Lawrence, a prominent dollars. amounting to several thousand farmer, on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment, etc She asks cusKartell In the TVronir Grave. tody of the children; also, for permaancc S5,000. Lkxi.sotox, Ky., Dec 30 Dennis nent alimony. vriilnky Tx Collections. O'Neill, a wealthy dairyman, died SunKbblt Ilauter AVonnded. LA.witENCEBUito. Ky., Jan. 1. Durday. Tuesday his bo ly was taken to Brownsville, Ky., Djc. 31. Six the Catholic cemetery for interment. ing 1SCC at this point the whisky tax collections amounted to SD1 4.0S2.51, boys hunted rabbits near Brownsville. He was interred and the mourners which exceeds by S337.2CJ.23 the re- Silvering Edwards Linsey, aged 12, departed. 'Ihen it dawned upou tho shot Garen Sturgen, aged 10, who re- sexton that he had made a misceipts of 1&95. y ceived the full chargo in the hip. take in the location of the grave. InHut" Ot3ci.il Mrickcn. missed tne rabbit and hit bturgen. stead of putting O'Neill in his own lot Fuaxkfost, Ky., Jan. 1. Assistant he was placed in a lot ten feet away. Ajed IVoian Itarned to Death. State Librarian Charles Willis fell Uopkixsvili.e, Ky., Dec 3L Mrs. It was neceasa'y that a new grave be irom an attack of heart diaease Thursday, but was resting easy at a late Nettie Tillman, aged SO years, was nvidc and a permit secured to exhume burned to death at her home in this tho body. This was done, and O'Neill hour. county, by her clothing having acci- now rests in the proper portion of the President C. B. Power, of tho Inter-Stat- e dentally caught fire at an open grate cemetery. Base Ball league, Wednesday in her room. To Plead for Her Son. sent out notices for a meeting of the FitANKrorvr, Ky., Dec 30. Mrs. JackKentucky Postmasters. guc to be held at Hotel Madison, le: son, the mother of Scott Jackson, is Wasinngto.v, Dec 31. The follow'ioleco. O., January .7. at 3 p. m. ing fourth-clas- ? postmasters for Ken- expected to visit Frankfort within the Gov. rtrsdlry "liny Iteslpn. tucky were commissiond Wednesday: next few weeks. She has not asked Louisville, Ky., Dec 20. The Atti.a, Larue county, L. T. Baird; for an interview with Gov. Bradley, Tuesday says: Gov. Brad Greenchapel, Nelson county, J. M. but it is presumed, of course, that she ley told a friend Monday that it was bweazy. will come with this intentioni Mrs. his purpose to resign the office of gov- Jackson, it is understood, will be inKrntucky Man I'romoted. crnor, saying that the place was killtroduced in Frankfort by letters from Wasuixgtox, Dec ing him, and that he could not afford ton, of Kentucky, 31. Wm. L. Hous- some of her church friends in Covinga clerk at $1,000 a to stay in it until his health was en- ton to certain members of the Methodin tlrely lost. Gov. Bradley has also t year beenthe record and pension office, ist church here, who will entertain her promoted to a has written to Mr. McKinley that he could clerkship in the same office. while here. not accept any federal appointment llradley for Yer a. Gt Twunty-On- o Years for Murder. Feankfokt, Ky., Dec 30. Gov. BradCartrldce In the Coal. Ow xsbobo, Catlettsbueg, Ky., Dec. 29. Miss Mansrum, for Ky., Dec 3L Henry ley is reported to have said to a closo the killing Emma Reed, daughter of Wm. Reed, Johnston, was convicted of of Zach friend 'luesday morning that ho would voluntary accept no position which McKinley Monday morning whild building a fire manslaughter and given 21 years in could give. He further said, accord in the kitchen was wounded by a shot the penitentiary. ing to the same authority, that ho is from a loaded shotgun cartridge which lie l'assed Tools to a Prisoner. for John W. Yerkes for senator. There was mixed in the coaL In building Vaxceiiuro, Ky., Dec 31. Harry is nothing in the reports that Bradley the fire she had left the store door open, which prevented tho stove from Freeman was arrested here Wednesday contemplates resigning on account of morning, charged with passing tools ill health. He has denied it all. blowing to pieces. into the Vanccburg jail to assist prisOhio Vallcr Koad to. lie Sold. Treasurer Chas. WIUoo Dot. I. to escatje. Cyxthiaxa, Ky., Dec 33. Charles T. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 29. Judge oners Wilson, treasurer of Harrison county, Barr, of the United States court, Mondied suddenly Tuesday morning of day afternoon ordered the hale of the Hallways Operated by Receivers. Ohio Valley railroad. The upset price Chicago, Jan. 2. During the year heart failure He had been slightly ill for only a day. He had held variis fixed at Sl.000,000. Persons interest- - ' just closed, according to the compilaed in the road are given five months in tion of the Railway Age, 34 railroads, ous offices of trust and honor, and was which to redeem it. with 5,411 miles of lines and a bond county clerk and deputy sheriff for a. and stock capitalization o! 5275,000,000, number of years- - He was a brother-in-laThe Depot HarueJ. of Judge W. W. Cleary. of Bussellville, Ky., Dec 29. The joined tho list of railways dperated by receivers Compared with 1892, 1893 passenger and freight depot of the Frank Harris In Jail. Louisville & Nashville railroad at Au- and 1894 therecord is favorable In Cariiollton, Ky., Dec 30. Frank burn was burned at an early hour 15:95, 58 roads were sold for their credMonday morning. The loss is about itors, representing 13 730 miles of lines Harris, who killed Herman Midley Christmas day and was himself woundand a capitalization of SI, 150,000,000. 5,000. It was the work of tramps. ed, was placed in jail here Tuesday. j Yellow Fever Germ Discovered. Look Like an Extra Session. is very the Loxdox, Jan. 2. Ihe Standard Fri- It is said that of case Brown similar Feankfoet, Ky. Dec 29. The sento by ate and house halls are being newly day publishes a dispatch from Rome tonthe killing It Arch hoiyever, FulGordon. is said, that -Dr. Gaccarclti has discovrpeted and renovated. This is taken saying that led a - - B !il - ''ication of prepara-- 1 ered the germ of yellow fever, and Midley washis into the trap. Harris wife jn or - i a. roaj nag extra cession hopes to show how to combat the dis- suspecting Kwrd Offered for Lyncher. ease. legislature. of the ' Feankfokt, Ky Dec S3. Governor Allege Diamond Thief Arrested. Fire iu Antloch College. St. Louis, Jan. 2. Geo. JJoggs was Bradly Tuesday morning issued a procSpeixos, O., Dec 29. An- JTellow tioch college caught fire Monday morn- arrested her)' on a charge of having lamation offering, a reward of $2.V) for ing from defective fines Great excite--aarobbed the residence of AY. Wi White, the capture of the 18 men who particiwas created, but the. fire was of Leuisville, Ky., of diamonds valued pated In tho mob which fennethenefrro. September. with a small low. M . - Alfred Holt, at Owenboro, last weakL' at M - a w3 s ise-Lin-M-Courier-Journal i I J Applies for a Divorce. The Culprits Are in Jilt. Moxtichllo, Ky., Jan. 2. The storehouse of Lewis Sell, on Rock Creek, was robbed a fow nights ago by John White and James Swan. A reward was offered for their capture, and the culprits are now in the county jaiL N edn't Piy tho Tux. Lawrexckburg, Ky., Jan. 2. The turnpike companies won in tho suit of Auditor's Agent Roar. r for taxes since flhj Gov. llradley TRAPPED HIM. Kn'alcd to Pardon Convicted Forcer. a i nent Bow'ting Green family, who wai sent to the penitentiary from Louis ville for forgery, was probably nearei to his freedom Wednesday morning than he will be for a long time tc come. W- -. -- Feaxkfout, Ky., Dec. 31 Younr, Morton, the black sheen of a promi , Dr. William Turner. Cob Will IT X 1. l .!. .l niigub, iiuii. icrj;c uianv ami oilier prominent Bowling Green men who lelieved Morton innocent of forging the checic, came here Tuesday night with a long petition, and had a hearing before tiio governor. 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