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InDuUk KufleietN. victims i.f !fever and untie, the mercurial diseased how they re. covereI hr lth, chtter-Cu- l Kpirit- - nnd i;ood apielitc,lliey will It'll von bv laUmj; Simmons I.ivku Ktcu LAIOK WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, If New York Woman Who Gave , "are-wate-r ? r JOB WORK CAREFULLY v 1 .Q-3a- -" K t - - lb ik" EXEGUTEDI La, 5flfl i L897. : I NUMBEE 32. -. 5S EXCLUDES OUR GLUCOSE." Austria Raises tho Duty on tho Amarican Product. Tills Action Taken ut tho Solicitation of a Trust I ornictl by All the Glucose Producers of Austria-Hungary. W7-ri- E tftagp lh Cheapest. Purest and Best Family Medicine In the U'otUI For IiYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jann-J-(- r vstae,SICKHKAUACIH,tfliG. a r SOUR l.r e - rn. etc Spirits. unrivalled bTOJIALH.is remedy This Hea c cl n to onta(n a single paMKlc of w any mineral substance, but li X1LK Ki ro-f- c; w c It t l r Tti's, often mistaken for o Sour Stomach: Loss of Appcti'e; 1 w i a!erate y cos'ive and lax; Headache: 1 ss I Werr. rv, with a painful sensation of . do ha- f sometlrns which ought to 5eeo done. Debility; Low Spirits, a thick -- ?ante of the Skin and Eyes, a dry yr ( aVen for Consumption. s t)- r s raan of these symptoms attend - 1er very few; but the Lit CR the sesse at eerert.lv iie st of the disease, and it rot i l ;'fl in ' me, creat suffering, wre'.ched-n- r a" OL ATMli will ensue. 1 ghly esteemed persons attest 1:5 nf himmons Liver ISecula'ar to e rir-jr4. en V s H It. Pres. Ua S W K. R Co . Kev Ale iTrrv.lia; Col E K I K r ia,a t Mas'erson Esq., sheriff Uibb Co., H. Stephens G I' i Alexander e tested its virtues, personally, and In v1 .a;, for Dyspepsia, Biliousness nnd Headache it is thebest medicine the . saw Wetried fortyothcrremedic S -- 's!Pi i lscr j rg those Southern Roots and Herb o a w se Providence ha placed in Liver Disease most prevail ".11 cure all Disease cauted b) Derange-oicof the Liter and Bowels. OIS of Liver Complaint are a e cr tas'e in the mouth; Pain in the Kheu-i) : IH'RELY VEGETABLE, t - n nr l.e i' "in v s -- t-- 1 tt o lt - It an temporary relief; but the Resut only relieved, but cured u ED. tjKAPii a tD Messenger, Macon. Oa. e J II. FACT L RED ONLY CV ZCILlN & CO., Philadelphia 1N Pa. PROFESSIONAL The llritish turrctcd whaleback steamer. Oak Branch, which excited so much interest while in New York harMIS5 MLD..ED GOLDEN, bor a fevvjnonths ago, because of her peculiar construction, had a remarkable experience recently on a voyage ,s7 .!: M'lIEIl AXD from Shanghai to Sydney in water balTYPEWRITER. last. The story comes from the commander of the Mariposa, who saw the Kentucky. 3ll ilMM. Oak Branch in Sydney liarbor just before, he sailed. ?" J r, atljnuuM) A .'- - liHrmtin's. It appears that the big steamer lost her propeller andshaftinmidocean, and lay helpless in not the best weather. ATT0S1T3TS. There was an additional propeller and shaft aboard, and her engineer set C. F. BCRNAM. CLOSE CONFUCIAN TEMPLE. W. S. MOBERLEY. about to make repairs. The ballast aft DURNAM MOBERLEY. TYonp; Chin Too Truipomrlly Abandons u as jumped out, and the forward tanks Services in Clilcaco. filled; Then the extra shaftand propelsusWong Chin Too has temporarily ler w;cre swung over and fitted into pended his missionary operations in place. KENTUCKY. Bit I1MO.VD, Chicago. The temple at Kimball hall - The job required eight days, duriffiteA inRBnrnam Building, recently occu-- f has been closed, but sen. ices will be reRurnara. lit i ing which the weather was bad, and the sumed in a few weeks, when it is sluirks worse. The steamer proceeded sacred decorations v. ill on her voyage, arriving safely at Sydhoped that the jX"fb2Si , be ready. ney. "I shall not be able to preach for said Wong Chin Koo, "a.-- REAL SANTA CLAUS IN IOVA. the present," A TTO r.x E A w. I am at present otcrburdened with Is a I'ostmaster, Who Scuds Presents - - KENTUCKY. If I HMdND, work. I have made numerous engage- lie to All Who Ana. , over Taylor's Hardware store, op-- l ments in other cities for the preaching in A year ago Postmaster Edward II. of the moral teachings of Confucius, Hunter at Des Moines, la., received a r..i i Uitirt House, on Main Street. and am also engaged in the prepara- letter from a poor little girl, addressed tion of set end magazine articles on "Santa Onus," and telling of her wants, 11 h Hli(i. Next week I shall lec- which consisted of a doll for herself Confucianism. ture at Jackson. Mich., before the and a pair of mittens for her little ATTORNEY AT LAW. Unitarian societies of that city, at the Kentucky. special request of the mayor. After brother. She said her father was dead, If and her mother could not buy any that I shall begin a lecture tour in the presents. I.", Hret SL, lip stairs. e . chief cities of Illinois. The case was looked up and found to in "I hope soon to have be genuine. Mr. Hunter thought there rnv work at Chicago, to conduct services i M I LILLY, must be others. So he rsised some at the temple during my absences. My money, hunted them out and had LAW, work as attorney of the society which M TORXEY-A- T presents sent to over 200 proposes to institute reforms in China Christmas Kentucky. is also diverting considerable of my children. He repeated it on a larger scale this I am receiving the hearty attention. looked up the V. corner Main ami Second I do year. The carriers i. of many Americans. cooperation Mr,., - up Mairs. Will prctic in all not feel that nn sacrifice which I can worthy eases and delivered presents t( urtt. of Madison and adjoining make for cither China or the United Christinas eve and morning. Several hundred dollars were subscribed by ,ii i s and Court of Appeals. States is loo great." business men for the purpose. Scores RESTRICT THE YOUNG WOMEN. of letters were received from poor chilJ C AD M. C11FNAULT, dren, telling Tfliat they desired Sant. Students In tho University of Chicago 21aus to bring them. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Official Communications. Young women students who cannot SUCCESS OF OPIUM SMUGGLERS Kentucky R. I M iH, boast of six months residence will no longer be permitted to join secret so- Carry the Contraband fioods Acrois tho I'll. . m Second fetrcet, over Chen Canadian Llni Into Maine. cieties which exist in University of Chi- ;rrKiT. a Attention has been, called to a fraud cago coeddom. Nor etcn is the pledging of such aspiring initiates hereafter upon tiie revenue of the United States to be allowed. Within the last few days which has come under the notice of the coed clubs have received from the the officers of the Canadian customs ITTORXEY-AT-LAfaculty official communications, which service. After having operated for several years along the St. Lawrence. prohibit the practice. Kentucky It t . I. - - - - ' For nearly a year a regulation Ha opium smugglers have now transferred been in force in the institution which their operations to another field in the ( .11 ction'i solicited. 13 freshman province of New Brunswick at Claire, has prevented a from identifying himself in any way iu Jtho vicinity of the international with a fraternity. The rule was word- boundary line between that province ed so that it applied to all secret or- and tho state of Maine at Tort Kent. The two were recently detected takganizations, but so far as the women are concerned it has placed ing over 150 pounds of refined opium societies DR II. R. GIBSON, little restriction on their doings. More- into the United States at this point, but over, it is said the girls have paid little as the Canadian officers had no jurisdicPHYSICIAN AND SlTIUiEOv. or no attention to the regulation, and tion to interfere, the contraband goods Kentucky, P. i ! mj - have been pledging and initiating de- were safely landed en the other side. sirable new comers w herever they could Trent Fort Kent they have to travel bj stage conch or private conveyance find them. Ot5 e (a the Joe l!c.lins buifdinj?, 3 and 20 Set foi a distance of 70 miles before they 0 'tct. over Wane eW druestere. WORK FOR SOMEBODY. reach any railway. It has also been made a point for Government Wants Competent Shoo nnd ('HAS. HOOKER, Harness JlaUers. smuggling goods from the United I ETERISARY SURGEON, Tho United States civil service coin- - States into Canada, and the same gang mission announces that tif e arc va- - was working to defraud the revenuea ( rnduate Ontario Veterinary College. of both countries by well organized cant in the position of shoe r r makers in Montana, Arizona and Squill methods. In view of this fact, a Cana- Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. salaries of which it-'- -? dian custom officer has just been dis- p stairs over rvew ork store, corner Dakota, the $4R0 to $720 per annum, and th..t M ..s aid 46- patched to that section of the country fiom streets. Richmond there are no eligibles on the registers in the hope that an cnd.may be put to suitable for filling them. An examina- this traffic. . C. JASPER, M. T). tion will be held on January 12, 1S97, in Medicine and Surgery, all cities whore there are applicants to IN ONION THERE IS STRENGTH. tiice Collins Building, MainStrtM. procure eligibles for the vacancies. ApIssue In TV'ephone Ht resilience (the Cnrr place) oc plicants for this position will be given a Oderircrous Vegetable a Powerful tho Muskegon Schools. ISrondway. examination and will be reof Muskegon, The - Kentucky verj- light, furnish evidence of their exItn rxtOKD, quired to Mich., are greatly agitated over the uu- perience at the.trade. Persons desiring plcasant odor brought in the school- to compete should write to the civil room uv DR. O. A. KENNEDY, nunus wuo insui on c.iuuif service commission. Washington, D.C., onions. A e teacher threat- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, for an application blank and file their ened to hang out of the window by a Kentucky. applications as early as practicable. Rn iimoxd, rope any one wiio orougm, uu ouiou breath to school. .Miss- JiucKingliam, Tairlng and Feathering Legal. No. 304 Main Street, np OfEce in Smith Building, , same school, announced .i sta:r, Office hours 12 to ani 4 to so'cleck. uuic ;.i principal ". '. icaiiifiii.K , . i '"""K "" ...uu .i.r. ib is muu n.ni ,. ,r,5i ...... .. Umi nf7;liwrnth ..two o .u.. w..v. men. t. zeirui iiuuiMiineiii. r lur to be found in the statutes of both Eng- - would be sent home, and Miss Frazier, DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, teacher, in her search lor land and France about the time of the second-grade KentIjCKv. onion brcaths.sent three boys home and Richmond. crusaoes. X ordered them to stay until they could Hlch Find of Tottery. disinfect their breath. One of the An old ruin, has been uncovered on Te.epbone at office and re,idence. V found a bag, of Moqui reservation, "in Arizona, and the foetida tied around a child's neck and, nearly 200 pieces of perfect pottery deciding that it was worse than onions, W. EVANS, M. D., found. sent the child home. It was explained to her later that the namhurg Dog Taxes. Piiybiciak and Surgeon, compound was placed there to ward In Hamburg the authorities tax a dog off disease. Richmon-d- , - - Kentucky. nccordinsr to. ijs size. ATT0BSEY6-A,T-L-- COLUMN. tude of Austria to all American articles, Gen. ilax Jutid, at Vienna, calls the attention of the state depart- ment to an intended tariff measure pre- venting further importation of glucose into All producers of glucose iu Austria hae formed a trust. The market price of sirup has been mad-- by them 21 florins ($S.44) per 100 kilograms (220.4G pounds). This price has enabled American producers to sell their sirup, which is even better in quality, at a lower figure. The trust, seeing themsehes undersold, ha, e now urged the go ernment to assist them and have succeeded in their efforts. The duty on glucose or sirup has been six florins in gold ($2.09) on 100 kilograms (220.-Spounds. A new tariff to go into cfTeet January 1, has now been published making the duty 15 florins in gold (S7.23). "This rate," says the consul general, "is on glucose from all countries, but it is aimed only against the United States, for it is only with sirup trust from our country that the sirup trust (home producers) cannot compete. American birup is sold, landed in Hamburg per 100 kilograms, at 12.50 marks (?2.07'). The import duty for Austria being also six florins in gold ($2.99) and from Hamburg to Austria amounting to about one florin, makes the entire cast of 1C0 kilograms of American sirup landed in Austria, about ?G.40 against the trust price of sirup of 21 florins (SS.44). This new duty will at once shut us out from further sale of rtirup. It has been this way w ith other articles for which Americans found a foreign market. If it was not a tariff measure, some other obstacles have crippled their efforts to maintain the trade." Austria-Hungary. As instancing; the antagonistic atti I ' ' NEW JERSEY'S CHAMPION EATER Charles - IlarinR Demonstrates HM Claim to tho Somewhat Peculiar Title. Charles E. Iiaring, a merchant in Woodvv ood, N. J., claims to be the champion eater in the state olNcw Jersey, lie has lately made a wager with Chri3 Wellncr, a friend, that he could cat a barrel of apples in one week, the loser to pay for the apples. In less than six days Harimr devoured the apples and gj.it ne would have attacked the barrel itself but for the hickory hoops. ingsays thatex;ry day before dinner he eats three cakes of sweet chocolate candy and one pound of Turkish prunes just to give him an appetite forhismeal. nc bct $1 he could eat 100 oysters, The contest took place in the oyster sa-loon of Joseph Horn. Mrs. Horn and IHar-Consul Highest of all in Leavening Strength. e IS iBafiUtJi lnVir ABSOHHTEESr LITTLE F0JI HIS WIDOW. O li-- !&&& r. " r.vE THE FAIR WILL CASE. Sensational Developments Promised at Trial Next Fobruary. asan 1 11 Nevr York Experts Prepared to Declare Deeds and Wills Forgeries Noto- rious Forger Identified with the Case, E&2JESE ProC Herrmann, tho Majjician, Twenty-seve- n years and eight months Loaves Very Littlo Eut Dobts. ago Louis Jackson, IS years old, was AFTER 28 YEARS. Prisoner In JoEct In Timo of Service Is itclcased. her husband began opening the oysters, but Haring put them out of sight faster than they could open them. In lessthau six minutes he had devoured 103 oysters, all there were in the saloon, and then he wanted to let he could cat 500 more. As there were no more to be had, he had to be satisfied. Before he began to cat the oysters he drank two quart bottles of sherry, and when through wanted to bet he could drink twoquarts more, but no one would accept the offer. Eer since his boyhood Haring has .hown a remarkable capacity for stowing away food. It is said ho has been known to have eaten a whole ham and two heads of cabbage at one time. FITTED NEW PROPELLER AT SEA. Rcinarkablo Repair Job on the English YTlialcbacl: Oak Itranch. Cleared From Sixty to ,Cl:ty Dollars a Year. Ilut I.Heil So 1 itrav- apintly That Mnie. Herrmann l'ludl Herself Almost Penniless. ' landed at the Joliet penitentiary on a life sentence. The other noon the man man, with the ofiicers, a middle-agegray hair and mustache, a veritable in- fant, so far as the world is concerned. He met the street cars, the first he ever rode on, and nearly fell under the wheels as the motorman let go the electricity. The world has been revolutionized since Jackson bade good-bto the free air and sunshine on June 1, 1SG9. .Wars have been fought, the telephone, electric street cars, electric 6treet lighting, bicycles and hundreds of other inventions have been brought into use. Jackson's life term was Shortened by Gov. Altgeld to 55 years and S months. His good time brought his term down to 27 and 8 months. He took the 12:35 Chicago o; Alton train for his home near Springfield. III. He was quite disappointed in not being met by his relatives upon his release, but with a sniff of fresh air he was off like a quarterhorse. When he was taken into the prison he could neither read nor write and had no he has a good education trade. and is an expert molder. Jackson was sent up from Washington county for shooting Benjamin Baney. Jackson was the oldest convict in prison in term of years. More than convicts have been received 6ince he went in, many for the second, third, fourth and fifth times. Not an officer : .: or prisoner was in the builuin when Jackson was received that was there when he left. d y To-da- y left the prison after shaking hands with .- 31-3- 0 J.3 s Ever since the death of Prof. Herr- mann, the magician, persons in and out of the theatrical profession have been speculating as to the amount of the fortune he left to his widow, Mme. Adelaide Herrmann. It is known that the receipts of the tours for several years have been enormous, reaching in some instances as high as SS0.000 in a single season. This fact led many tc believe that, despite his extravagant way of living he must have accumulated at least 250,000. Others, however, who were more intimate with his affairs asserted that he had saved very little. It will be a surprise, though, to almost everybody to learn that when Mme. Herrmann, with her counsel, Mr. A. II. Hummel, appeared before Surrogate Weller in New York city and applied for letters of administration on her late husband's estnte, she declared that the property left by the magician was not worth more than $2,000 in fact, that his debts would far exceed the amount of the assets of his estate. "Prof. Herrmann lived up to every penny he earned during his life time," said Mr. Hummel. "He profited to the extent of SGO.000 or $70,000 every season, but he was extravagant and raved noth- i i mg. mi. steam yacht i ra ii; ne JJiavoio, with its complement of engineers, firemen, sailing master, cook, etc., absorbed a small fortune. He had a raft of carriages, over a dozen horses and town hoiiie and country house rented, but full of servants. "Mme. Herrmann has been left without any thing. The life insurance i? hv pothecated for moneys advanced to Herrmann. Ills magical apparatus is intact, and will be used by his nephew, who is on his way to America from Taris to take up Herrmann's route. "Prof. Herrmann's greatest losses were in his purchase of a JJrcokryn theater; his attempt at management of the Broad street theater. Philadelphia, and his venture at what is now the Savoy, in New York city, where he lost more than S40.000. "The Lily Langtry car in which he died, is under my charge for Mrs. Lang-trMme. Herrmann has only an interest in it. She does not own it." y. The San Francisco Examiner says that startling developments may be expected when the celebrated Fair will case comes to trial in February next. "Ever since Mrs. Craven produced the deeds to $1,000,000 worth of Fairs property, the. attorneys for Charles L. Fair have had detectives at work ferreting out matters that will be used to controvert the claim that the deeds are genuine. The two New York experts on penmanship, it is understood, are prepared to pronounce the deeds forgeries as well as the pencil will. One matter which will be (somewhat astonishing when it develops, is regarding the name of the grantee in the deeds. Under the powerful glasses which the experts have brought to bear upon tho documents, tho faint outlines of the name Mattie are visible beneath the name Nettie. Mattie is the diminutive for Margaret, the name of Mrs. Craven's daughter. It is claimed that the deeds were originally made out to Mattie Craven and then changed so tihat Nettie It. Craven now appears as the grantee." The paper also states that Mrs. Craven has been on friendly terms with George McDonnell, a member of the notorious Bidwell gang of forgers, who once gave a series of stereopticon views in her school house. McDonnell has been located by Capt. Lees of the San Francisco police department and may probably be called as a witness. DOG FINDS STOLEN PROPERTY. Shows 'GONE TO THE DOGS. a Christmas Festival to Canine Pets. The delightful information comes froci New York that a Christmas festival was given there by Pet and Trix; at the apartments of Mrs. J. Dunn Wal- ton. "Pet and Trix," it is explained, spaniels, brother and sister, and with the docility of doves and en- gag ng, affectionate manners that education has made polished and re- find, they went to the door and received with courtly bows Miss Myer's skyc terrier, and one by one the fox terriers of Mrs. Dunsmore, Mrs. Donaldson, Mrs. Aldrich and Mrs. Gilbert, and escorted them to chairs around a square table, upon which stood an evergreen tree." Then the report goes on. The reader with a strong enough stomach to enable him or her to read the report through, or to return to n finished of it after takinga breath of fresh air, is informed that there was "an nrchangelic dog" at the top of the tree, and that the latter was beautifully illuminated with frankfurter sausages in the branches; also that "the guests of Pet and Trix had a supper of candy, cakes and ice cream served to them by beautiful women in evening dress;" that the dog guests "drank crystal wa-tfrom saucers of Sevres and Limoges: that they went home with new ribbons nnd bouquets of violets, and were 'invited to come again on New Year's night." An even more exclusive affair is reported from Cincinnati, where a single terrier had a Christmas tree all to himself, costing about $100. 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D C. for their 1.Fhi prtso offer and list cf two hundred lareaUoas wauled. Attor-ney- Idea FS . Time. Tnbl No. 27. Takin- c FffWt -day, November 8, 1S90- - I N. I. & B, R. R. un- 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. iNo ,. No. , No. ; Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sua A M. Its Master a Pocketbook ing a Watch. Contain- 11,-0- 00 i THREATENED WITH DEATH. Strange, one season of which cost him $5U,(!00, Adventist, near Elwood, Ind., and his funeral recall to mind some very sensational occurrences of a year ago, and it is believed by many that the lives of the family left behind are not safe in that place. Some one unknown to the family several months age began to plan to kill them, and several times the well at the house was poisoned and the family only escaped death by the most constant watchfulSeventh-Day prominent Persecution Which Follows a Household Residing In Eltrood. The death of Dr. W. II. Ebert, the 1 31-0- 0 I i . Ke-eel- vo OF X RAYS TESTED. Dr. t'Oc::c, n Blind Man, Describes Many Objects with Its Assistance. Another experiment with the X ray was tried on the blind Dr. James IX. Cocke at Boston. One of the tests made was the perception of objects which were passed between X rays and the lluoroscope. When letters were held lKJtweet the light and the lluoroscope, Dr. Cocke was able to accurately them. He described the letter S ns two curves meeting, and when the letter G was accidentally held eo that only a part came between him and the POWER de-scri- GREEN f'LAY six-mont- 27- 1 ry V rit-fc- - school-teache- rs third-grad- - 1 ;, u.-- of-th- c lis -- rchool-tcachc- rs foul-smellin- g DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Iletficine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond Office and residence on Third Street. 18 ... NEW THRICE-A-VEE- YORK K WORLD, EDITION. 156 "HfaWV EXPERIENCE. 00 YEARS' few nights the barn was burned and the stock narrowly escaped death as a result. Following that there was another note found threatening all kinds possession. of desperate things and that it was only a question of time until the A SWELL DOG PARTY. graunddaughter would be killed, and A Brooklyn Society Woman Celebrated the whole family with her. The family the First Birthday of Her St. Bernard. took all precautions and got guns Mrs. J. J. Gardiner, of 1227 Hancock Neighbors assisted in keeping watch, and this was kept up for months, until, street, Brooklyn, gave a swell party in honor of the first birthday anninothing having occurred, it was gradversary of her St. Bernard dog, ually relaxed, and for some time nothInvitations were in this form: ing has happened. The family fear now that the doctor is dead that their : MRS. ANNIE GARDINER : Invito you to asocial feathering to : old enemy will begin to annoy them : : celebrato the birthday of exactly, again, and their friends are alarmed for light, he described that part : : COKREZE. : and omitted any mention of the other. their safety. to bo he'd at her residence, f 1127 : : Hancock street. Brooklyn, He said most distinctly that the sensa: : on as he had DOG SWALLOWS DIAMONDS. : tion was not that of light, : from 8 till II o'clock. conceived it. While various things Actress Falls to Get a Present on Time Thero were many responses to this were being passed back and forth beand a Lawsuit Results. unique invitation. The guests were was tween him and the light a hammer "Nixie," Jeweler Ueiman's pet dog, passed in. He instantly described it us is now going to bring his former owner met at the door by Correze, who was a pug a sense of length with, a mass at the into courL The dog recently became assisted in receiving by Juan, Correze dog, of whom he is very fond. end. He was told it w as a hammer, and famous by swallowing three diamonds overv hrnivn thereafter was able to tell it whenever at his master's Broadway store in New Tt. nn h,g luff ts nnd nnAV tn han(h shook between the lluoros- lorkcity. Nixie died after swallowing . ore o . it was projected ... f 11,. m!n cope and the light. the gems, and his body is now in the wore his customary fine suit of yelTho letter C he described as a curve hands of a taxidermist for stuffing. that described more than half a circle, Incidentally the diamonds were taken low and white, which was set off by a which orand was able to identify it after one out of the body and returned to Mr. handsome green satin bow, wore big a or two tests. Two pieces of glass, one Reiman.' Now a court will be called namented his collar. Juan ypIIoav rililmn in addition to his usual per- upon to decide whether the fact held horizontally and the other that I pendicularly, meetingjhe instantly de- the dog swallowed three diamonds is j ress tg fied the parlors alui Th scribed, and told immediately that one sufficient reason for a delay in the do- j dandng. and sup. there wos muslc 55 dehad described an angle of about livery of goods. matters Correo m all of i,; grees, with the other when the vertical About two weeks ago Col. Boykm aml Juau took the greatest interest. one was lowered. . Ford, of Atlanta, Ga.. ordered from Mr. Th , st Bernard trave an exhibition The experiments were conducted at iieiman a tiara, wnicn v. as uj uu - , tricka he coud d0i incIl,. of th(J u the Boston University Medical school vUU. Luc c.aiu. . iu nu. ing carryinr a basket and cinnKing on East Concord street. nn uii4i,iAj uu uuiuiu.j, v.u.w.. ..... beer. It was while Air. Keiman was working Indications of Longevity. NURSES TO BE DEPORTED. The nrimarv conditions of longevity on this tiara that tho dog swallowed are that the hearC lungs and digestive three of the diamonds belonging to it. Secretary of tho Treasury Makes n New Ruling Under tho Allen Labor Law. organs, as well as the brain, should be ,This caused the delay, and the jewels Immigration Inspector Dcbarry, at large. If these organs are large, the were not delivered until tne lonowingtrunk will be long and the limbs com- - Monday. For this reason Col. Ford re- Buffalo, has received from Washington paratively short. The person will ap- - fused to pay 510,000, but is willing to ,.otice 0f a new ruling by the secretary nenr tall in sittintr and short in stand- - pay half. . -. x ..,. 0f the treasury on.. the alien labor law, . . uK ing. The, hand will have a long ana "e says wu imiu . i".... a yi , Tn5s rui,ng & on tne question tnat was uv-uuv., "iuKC somewhat-heav- y palm anti snort lingers, kj ' raised in two years ago as to wncmer The brain will be deeply seated, as upon her birthday, which was on De- - the Canadian trained nurses who come inshown by the orifice of the ear being ccmber 19. The colonel argues that De- - to tnis COUntry to work in hospitals do so in violation of the law. When the low. The blue hazel or brown hazel eye asmuch as it was first delivered on ue.t jon was raised before it was held is a favorable indication. The nostrils cember 21, two days after her birthday. oi that they couid not be interfered. with, being large, open and free indicates its value to him was only ro. , : n . , ; i . ,r. I iir en ciei i novo nppn. i - .i i.. ........... ...: .nr;nnni ..." as ii uiey were . large lungs, jv piucucui uunwn-u- no. wntit won col. .toru SQns Kow the xiiuruiuiiu! lungs, has commenced suit of thetreas- iecretary nostril indicates small or weak for the full S1O.C0O. ury has ruled that these nurses can be ' Castle. Farnham Inspector Estcll, of Ogdens- nno of the most ancient landmarks of BRAN A SUBSTITUTE FOR COAL, deported. now at Dansville, where he burg, is p:n?land IS Farnham Castle, ,.. .,, home the .., to ucport live canauian mirsea, ... nuretue-. - t wi"w .r u.nih n,Li.i. s.h.n,im in -. ...... i. " W incncsiex. there. j who are employed in a sanitarium the Trust. "ame a forfre in the troublesome me excessive rates cnargeu.) Manslaughter In raris. t:mea OI Henrv de Blois. who was , ., . rr;.. n i,u, nf for coal, various schemes are concocted A Tarisian is on trial for manslaugh- t? waiJ taken in 1210 by throughout the state of South Dakota. ter because his dog bit a jpedestrian, iVincbcster secure some sort of a substitute for causing tne laucra ura"" ium HDauphin, but recaptured and Tuis the The roller mill at Kimbad, that ydrophobia. 1218. In Henry coal. restored to the see in toward beat- LII.'s reign it was partly destroyed. state, ia doing its share Water-ra- il Forges. ing the coal trust, bran instead of coal j soon afterwards rebuilt. though The "water pail" forge is a newmodo being utilized for fuel. As it would be impossible to feed the furnace iri the of heating iron to a white heat in tvater A Ouccn's Pocket FlstoL old gun on Dover ordinary way without endless toil. En that has been subjected to electrical ac-There is a large Heights, popularly known as "Queen gineer Perkins invented an ingenious Elizabeth's pocket pistol." It was cast contrivance that foods the bran to the automatically. The contriv- Who can think rt Utrecht in 1544, and was presented simple Idea of some patent? by the states general to Queen Eliza- - ance liolds the steam gauge to 80 pounds Wanted-f- tn thing to you Ideas: they may is 24 feet long, ana nnejy or- - for hours at a time without regulating, Protect your WKnnsttnhRS A bring Patentwealth. beth. It co Attor to.i, jauv : namented with figures in neys, Washington. D. C, for their 01.800 prizo offer saj-ing ness. Stock was killed and poisoneil and at last they found a note under the door one morning threatening to kill the little granddaughter, who resided with the aged couple, and saying that she would be killed if the house had to be burned down over their heads. In a James Huxtable, the tailor at Peoria, Jll.,' has a dog which would make an effective ally of tho police. Huxtable was working around his barn, which is situated opposite the home of the Merrinians, from which two burglars were scared away the night before by Miss Merriman, a teacher at the Lincoln school. The dog, which is of the spaniel persuasion, was sniffing around a tuft of grass and whinningns if it was anxious to communicate a discovery. Huxtable went to the grass and saw an old pocketbook lying there, but did not think it was worth picking up. He went back to the barn, but the dog continued running back and forth, and, at last, to relieve its mind, Huxtahlc went and picied up the purse. On opening it he was surprised to find a gold watch inside and also one of John Gorman's business cards, and that determined the ownership of the property. Tho watch was turned over to the owner. It is to be inferred that the men who attempted to enter the Merriman house w ere the same fellows who robbed Gorman's house on the previous night, and still had Gorman's watch in their possession when pursued on the second night after Miss Merriman had made her outcry. Fearing capture they had thrown the watch away for the dog to discover next morning, lest it should turn up against them as evidence in the shape of stolen property found in their FOLDING BED. Unpleasant Experience or a Bridal Conple In Brooklyn, Jf. Y. A folding bed played a sorry prank on a bridal couple who were passing their honeymoon in a Brooklyn on Columbia Heights last week, says the New York Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Blank applied for a room in Mrs. Doe's boardinghouse early in the week. Mrs. Doe installed them in her front parlor and placed therein an folding bed that had not been used for several years. It closed and presented a front like that of a bureau. Thursday night the boarders in the upper part of the house were roused by wild shrieks that seemed to come from boartl-inghou- A CRANKY George Thorpe, EAST BOUND sc Street, Iwlwecn Main anil Versailles-.-.- ., Water, rear of Dillingham building, NichoUsville Richmond. Ky. Ready to do all kinds Valley View of blacksmithing promptly in the best Million 7 workmanlike manner. Richmond.. S-- r. M. ic 11 11 25 45 tI lo M) 1)5 6 40 7 35 7 jg g n A. M. 8 55 10 11 IO A. ,, jj M 12 1 ., . M L. & jS1. JEL E. Union Moberly Irvine u u 8rassfield. 12 12 oT 12 it 20 g 30 ,,,, 1230pm ,, pi 5O jo i5 4. I iu j 1 3 20 K. (J.DLVJSIOX. In Effect March I, iS96. Express for Cincinnati, arv I.y. a. m. Paris, Mavsville, Win- - p. m Chester ami Lexington mail. Cincinnati. Pari, Mays-p-. m. ville. Winch ester and 2.03 IvCxington mail. Livingston, Ixjndoii, Jel- 1.10 lito, 1'ineville. I'ast line for Livingston, 11.43 l.oniIon,Jellico Knoxville a. ji. Fat line for Cincinnati, 3 10 Pans Windiest vr. p m Rowland. Lancaster and 1.25 Stanford. C.2.") ' No. 2. No. 4. "X0.8. No.io WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Irvine Panola BrassfieM- . A. M r. 1 M. 7.33 the street. These cries were but half mull'ed, and as they continued the boarders couldn't! get to sleep again. As Mrs. Doe listened to them she thought of the possibilities of her folding bed, and she arose. The cries continued, and her suspicion became a certainty. She rushed to her parlor door, but it was locked. With the aid of two of her boarders she broke it open, and sure enough the bed had folded up, imprisoning Mr. and Mrs. Blank secure1. They were extricated with 1.05 12 55 311) p. m. 11.43 Moberly Union. Richmond ... Million Valley View Nicholasville Versatile - 2 M 6 05 6 20 34 2 2 t So 55 r. 3 4 4 M. A. M. ,g 40 IO 40 it l7 , . 6 6 58 7 55 35 So 3 45 4 10 4 s IJ 5 40 5 co 6 5S S 3 j 30. 5 ST 53 A.M. r. u. r. M. A.M. a. m. a. m p. ji 7.40 Uovvland, Stanford, Lancaster and 10:10 p. m 7:10 Trains between Louisville and Versailles daily. Trains between Cincinnati and NichetsnH daily. All trains connect with Southern Railway to and from Louisville, and with the C. N. O.&T. P. to and from Cincinnati You can spend five hours in LouisviHe, about six hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexio.ten aad return to Richmond at 8:30 p. m. difficulty, and a physician who lived in the house applied restoratives to Mrs. Blank, vv ho had fainted. It was discovered that her right arm was broken and her right hand crushed. Mr. Blank's The face was cut in several places. bed ivas a wreck. HAD A NAIL IN HIS LUNGS. Child Suffers Ten Months Before It Is Expelled. A strange case has come under the notice of the physicians at Topeka, Kan. In the latter part of last February tha son of Silas Schmokcr, City, was brought to Topeke. for treatment by Surgeon McClintcck. i'he wire boy had swallowed a nail, and it was believed it had lodged in his lung. The surgeon attempted to four-year-o- ld six-pen- 11Jl2 MOVALSALE HATS and CLOAKS AT TIIE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER Clothing, Dry Goods. Shoes, Soots, Cor-rez- e. owest sacrifice tver Known AVe will move on or about January loth to our New Quarters, latly oecupied by Henry Klein & Son, next door to the Farmers National Hank, which U now being fitted up for We will have the best line of l)ry Goods, Clothing Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Etc., ever brought to Richmond at prices lower than any other house in the town. We will save you money. Don't fail to call on us. r? 0 rot n V n. wi ,., 4j reach it with his knife, and later the X rays, but without success. So he sent the boy home, with the prediction that the nail would work through his Itlngs and kill him. Thursday morning the boy was seized with a violent fit of coughing, and in one 3f his paroxysms brought the nail up ia his throat, from whence be re moved it with his own fingers. Dr. Crumbine, the local physician, who has had charge of the case, says that the medical authorities record three months as the longest time a substance such as a nail might remain in the lungs without causing death, while nearly ten months elapsed in the case of the Schmoker boy. The nail, which was nearly two inches long, had be come black and corroded, and parts of ithad sloughed away, showing that na- doher begt tQ dis.,ose of t 5ts unwelcome presence cm-ploy- ed u. f novll-l- y Men's Suits at 2.75, worth $10.00. Men's Overcoats at $2.75, worth $3.00. Boys' Suits at T1.00, worth $3.00. Bovs' Knee-Pan- t Suits 73e., worth $1.50. Calicoes 3cts. a yard. Outing Flamben Sets, a yard. Hoys' Caps Sets. Hose 4cts. pair. Kid Gloves 40ets. Don't forget tho place. Mien's Shoes 75c., worth $1.25. Ladies' Hioes 75c., worth $1.25. Cloaks $2.50, worth $10.00. K INDIANS All of AT THE ' the Hcd Men In Wisconsin semi-centenni- al EXPOSITION. to Be YORK VA1v;tvft 8T0R W Wz 1 -- -- one-na- n r. u . i- TI e promoters of the exposition to be held at Milwaukee, Wis., in 1S9S propose to bring to the city at that time all of the Indians lo on reservations in the state and . b nd wirWams and live on th the ixposition grounds during the five months the affair will be open. There are at least 2,500 Indians in the state. This number of red men would in itself prove a great drawing card, as it is not believed that so many of them have evcr been gaUsereU at one umc in a big city. 1:0.11-1-1 Taken to Milwaukee. McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. lP f$ fM 4" iy Its Eft ... ... ... ai. '" -- n. .. . , v . receiver was recently appointed for a straw matting manufacturing concern in New Haven, Conn. The company has been unable to meet Japanese competition, and some months agQ tnou?nt 0f removing its works to jamin. A Killed by Japanese Competition. Wallace.... cr Rice Have removed to the cvarorators are in operation, which will dry 35.000.000 pounds of apples this winter. The apple crop of tho country is estimated at 6.000.000 bush-tioels. DR. PEPPER'S IOYJUL-TAHS- Apple Evaporation. In Wayne county. N. Y., 1,200 appla House, One door above their old stand, where they will welcome all of their Old Customers and as many new ones as will take advantage of the reduced price they aro . n. kVH fire-bo- x Y A PI! SEVEnFAlLS. Itc-m- making all through their line CONSISTING . OF- - bas-relie- f. , Teapots. Pages a Week. tn-i"-o- Papers a Year. DEiTZAI. STJ3QE3,Y. " r i- " '" su . freuen' cf puM.d - I" '' : variety and reliability of cciiUiit- SMITH, DR. 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Patents tdcen throuRU llunn & Co. receive special notice In the frW ft 1 ' Teapots were tho invention of either the Indians or the Chinese, and are of They came to uncertain antiquity. Europe with tea in 1G10. RnrfHlin riAnthS. women to eight among men. There is only one sudden death among The Arkansas state burning board had a big bonfire the other day in tho WEAK rear of the state treasurer's office. Nearly $5,000,000 of canceled bonds, with coupons attached amounting to nearly as much, all of which hsid been redeemed by the state, were scheduled and burned. l CAY. Big Burning of Bonds. and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. o-- ." i -- iyfc--A- ntf Kil,lil.Miw)li.f, or fn.uin. Jflprested, cseealTe, scantyr.llf painful inenM.uration.ikittrtHeaDy trter su.uuv ill lutlles. Invigorates tbesa organs. N !EH KSADE VIGOROUS, I $w Sold by Itichmond Drue: Co. and G. "White. 2J t!'. of dangerous nlttlen Sine paper. C2 per box, smaU box CI. Sent pealed in plain wrapper. 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Ofticb Main Street, over Madison National Mrs. Nettie Tillman aged eighty yeara Wc offer this unequaled newspaper and THE was burned to death atherhoraein e. CUMAX together one year for $1.6SX Her clothing eaujjhUfire from subscription price of the two paqers is on open grate $3.00. BELANDEB MATTHEWSr-ETC llop-kirisvill- - Jf, nf Mimic can bn secured bv . . ? j any young man or woman who is 4 f the Georae B. Wilkins, Cashier a in earnest, wrne mr pnniiuiarn u v Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G..j Commercial National Bank, oi "Selma, it' MUlUillY. ..:t,t UMTJ5TI k4.i I WHi'lJJU J. miT.., ''Ala., which-- f ailed for $500,000 cotnmitt- - fc" 36 Promfield St., Boston, Mass. M i White. ea suiciut;. ML ' or in the New England l&,;,DAY- 9'UAT What PEFFESVS NERW6BR DM! T, nets powerfully and quickly. Co res when all others fall. Toon men regain lost manaooa. oa men recover youthful visor. JLbaolutely tlunr-rtntcto Ciiro Nervousness, Iost Itnllty, Jranotency, XlirhtSyXmUslons. sex, Fntllneither and all tfrct cfMemory, Waatine tclf clnue or txctsset Jmlucretm. VVr.rus oif insanuv una canjampuuu ftylclds a creator profit. Inelst on ccv ion ir PJXrEB'S MElCVIGOR, or send for It Can bo carried In vest pociet. Prepaid plain vrrri pr. SI per box. or O lor Carewith A. KonltJi.p o crKefund Onaroutco Sold bTrtruirclsts. Addritt Written Pamphlet free. Slney. -- u. J?illtJ:i-eu.Bie'.-- 'i - ItPowcr. Ills-ease- s, j:h.neff&cg. secr $trt, ed Call and see them at their new place, one door above their old stand at the Farley Honse. 5U S"V Don't Miss The Place. - , Main. : (Opposite Glyndon.) Country Produce Bought and Sold. Highest Cash Market Price Paid. -- V - ii u At ph.'):. .i15' it , - it- C iS4C:! frH lllllllfilB 28 -- Wallace & Rice, lf S "alley's Old Stand, Main Street, Richmond, Ky. ? i v Cv z- - V - '. U'-1 T- lit n ii been 1 il 3l iK V . 3t After a decade upon the Kentucky Register my connection with it was severed on NovemMiss Garner, of Winchester, visited PDBLISHED EVERT WKDXSSDAT BT ber 28, the plant passing into the possession of Mr. R, W. Miller, an heir of its late proprietor, Mrs. B. W. Turner last week. Go. Charles F. White. It would hava been my Miss Lucy Gilbert left on Monday pleasure, had the opportunity been given me, to have delivered the customary valedictory, for a short visit to frienes at Lexingthanking the old friends who had remained ton. A. flL JWLtQfc'7' i - P"PrMon and Editors. and the many new ones who subscribed for the Miss Matilda Tribblo spent last U'DOOS, Associate Crfflor. C paper during my management of it; and to say that I had labored always for the best interests week very pleasantly with relatives in Lexington. YEAR, $1.50. of our marvelously favored county, etc. Incidentally I would have remarked that Mrs. J. D. Dykes and daughter, IN ADVANCE, $1.23 my gold bug successors would discover Marguerite, have been visiting in somewhere along the route that the best interWEDNESDAY. JANUARY 13, 1897. ests of the Register had been subserved when Clark county. I changed its policy to the advocacy of silMiss Gertrude Renick has entered ver and the support of the regular nominee of ADVERTISING- BATES. the Democratic party William Jennings Miss Lloyd's school at Richmond. Bryan. I had not counted the cost or gain of Paris Reporter. w O H O Hsuch a step. I only believed it riaht to a3 5" Miss Nellie Turley has returned " 2 uphold man the upheld who " 5 the banner of Democracy. Instantly I was be- from a visit to relatives at Brighton, S 5 5 SPACE. 2 set by a gold friend, a frantic Pharisee, who Fayette county. bitterly denounced my course as devoid of Miss Willie Denny, of Manse, Gari I i courage or of principle! and threatened me i 2 J I with personal deprivation. Fellow citizens, rard county, visited Miss Florrie I Inch ; i co' t i 5o$7oo )(2CX) that kind of bulldozing and bigotry on the part Heath last week. Inches, j 7J a J0 3 50 7 00 it 00 17 50 of a man high up in the councils of the cbnrch Mrs. B. L. Middleton has return3 Inches. 3 30 3 5 5 00 10 00 15 00 23 2 decided me then and there that I would stick 4 Inches. 300 400 600 12 on 1900 28 75 to Bryan and to the cause of the plain people ed from a visit to her mother, Mrs. D. 5 Inches. 3 50 5 00 7 50 i; 00 33 00 34 So 400 600 900 1E00 7x 40 00 he represented so long as such despicable coer- N. Sharp, at Shclbyville. M Col 6 00 9 00 13 00 37 00 40 00 60 00 cion and intolerance were exhibited. And I 8 oo 13 001 17 75 34 50 50 00 80 00 Mrs. Robert McKce, of Lawrence-bur- g, am rejoiced to say.that many of the good peo1 Col 10 oal 15 001 50 42 or 6b 00! left for home yesterday after a ple of the town and county who upheld me in "Readin notices 10 cents a line for first Inthe step I took have made good their protest! visit to her mother, Mrs. Edna Yates. sertion, cents a line for each additional insertion" tions of confidence and friendship by followObituaries, resolutions of repeet and similar matMr. W. D. Clark, of Winchester, a ing me to my new field of labor, here upon the ter at half rates. No specified position. Climax. View these advertising columns and former Madison county man, is visitinspect our circulation, which is the largest in ing his sister, Mrs. Mattie Alverson, CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT- the county. on High street. We ha e been advised to "drop the subject of silver" and yet our gold standard friends go on Mr. Howe 0. Cecil, C. U. '96, came CIRCUIT JUDGE. organizing clubs, sending out literature, and is a candidate for re- advocating participation in Democratic prima- over from Harrodsburg last Tuesday T. J. election to the office of Circuit Judge ries. The truth is the cause of bimetallism, so and spent several days with John H. In this (the 25th) Judicial District, far from having been killed at the polls in No- Chandler and other friends. subject to the action of the Demo- vember last, has been advanced by the attenMiss Mary Gentry entertained a cratic paaty. tion centered upon it during the campaign, number of her friends Friday evenand by the immense number of failures that COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. have occurred since McKinley's election on ing in honor of her guest, Miss Mel-li- e Hamilton, of Estill county. Hen. A. directs the an- a gold standard platform. "Elect nouncement of himself as a candi- commerce McKinley and the mills will open, Miss Julia Higgins returned on will revive, trade will be stimulated to the office of date for and prosperity will again bless our people." Tuesday evening from a delightful Commonwealth's Attorney in this Such was the cry of the Republicans and their visit to her cousins, Misses Sue and (the 25th) Judicial District, subject allies during the campaign. Over two months Mamie McRoberts, of Danville. to. the action of the Democratic have elapsed since McKinley won and propheparty. Mine. Corcillius, late of Paris Clascies are being fulfilled. Banks are failing everywhere. Five went down in one day last sical Institute, has accepted a posiFOR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. week. The aggregate liabilities of those that tion as teacher of French in Madison suspended in the I hereby announce myself a candi- tion are greater two months since the elec- Female Institute, at Richmond. than the aggregate of all that date for Judge of the Madison CounMrs. William D. Oldham returned ty Court, subject to the action of the suspended in the months previous. In the solid old city of St, Louis street car conduc-ductoDemocratic party. yesterday from Richmond, where have been laid otfand salaries reduced. P. IT. she has been visiting her mother, Railroads are cutting salaries., manufactories are closing, merchants are not buying goods Mrs. Bronston. Lexington Leader. FOR JULEK. but "expect a large trade in the spring." George Phelps, of Madison, is the James 0. Lackey is a candidate for Drummers carry all their orders on the back guest C. Fowler Little Jailer of Madison county, subject to the of an envelope. More tramps have been aboard Elsie Zimmer, of Richmond, has in the land than eer before. The St. Louis action of the Democratic party. Republic contains pitiful stories of straving been visiting Mary and Lizzie Port-maA. T. Fiph is a candidate for Jailer women and children. But "confidencce has Interior Journal. of Madison county, subject to the been restored!" Such is the result of the Mr. and Mrs. Park Hume. Mr. and action of the Democratic party. election. Had Bryan been elected these dire We are authorized to announce P. calamities would have been attributed to it, Mrs. S. L. Tudor and daughter , Ti. Kroaddus as candidate for Jailer and the "I told you so" gold bug would now Judeth, Mrs. Rose Wages and son, of Madison county, subject to the be orating it from the housetops. Harry, and Miss Cora Hinds, of McKinley, the Advance Agent of Prosperity, action of the Democratic party. has proven to be McKinley, the Advance Agent Irvine, accompanied the remains of of Adversity. Place the blame where it be- Mrs. Harry Shepherd to this citv (FOR "SUIT. I'UIILIC INSTRUCTION. longs. where they were interred WednesRepublicans in pnblic life are well aware that Mrs. John Williamson is a canday. didate for Superintendent Public In- when it comes to financial legislation it will Miss Virginia Chenault has returnnot do to maintain their campaign attitude struction for Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic tow ard siver. To the conservative masses, now ed to Mt Sterling and leaves many that the fright oerfree silver is past, it will friends to mourn her departure. She party. lose its terrors, and fouryears of comparawas the guest of Miss Katie Smith by tively calm discussion will do more for bimetTOR SUPERINTENDENT OK PURLIC allism than any campaign, however brilliant. whom she was given a handsome SCHOOLS. The truth is that the vast majority of the party, attended the Leap Year Ball, people are, as Senator Ingalls proother entertainments, and was popu J. W. Wagers is a candidate for American for Superintendent of Public Schools of claimed, this free silver seem that the writer From would ir lar everywhere. Madison county, subject to the action still true to itthe cause with which he sank to Miss Nancy Willis returned on of the Democratic party. temporary defeat last November, rather than Saturday from Covington, having be frightened into a course he did not believe to CIRCUIT COURT. be Democratic. That is his political position, made "the most delightful visit of FOR CLERK MADISON her life" to Miss Annie Fry. Miss if incumbent, is theanyone caresit. to know it and to know Nancy S. H. Thorpe, wherefore of thinks Cincinnati's Govern a candidate for Clerk of the Madison We were Democrats when we supported Bryment Building is not in it with RichCircuit Court, subject to the action an, are Democrats are willingto supof the Democratic party. port "Democracy's nominees, let them come from mond's $100,000 structure, notwithwhatever wing they may. Thereshould be no standing the Queen City's cost over issue between the Democrats in politics. OthFOR SHERIFF. a million erwise it places the Republicans in the control is a candidate for of municipal, county and State While in Lexington on Thursday H. H. affairs. I am Sheriff of MadiNon county, subject one of those who are. willing to subordiate last we had the pleasure of meeting to the action of the Democratic national issues in such contests because be- Miss Eugenia I Parham, who was a party. lies e at all times in the supremacy of Democmember of the Faculty of Madison racy. With the discordant issues in party FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. ranks, which the Republicans are constantly Institute last year. She is now is a candidate encouraging, defeat for the Democrats is in- teaching at Hamilton College, Lex James C. for Assessor of Madison county, sub- evitable. Therefore, inasmuch as the national ington, and is delighted with her ject to the action of the Democratic issue through which we have passed has been position, which means that her sudecided for the present, (though as a principle party. it can neer die) it cannot and should not effect perior talents are thoroughly appreciated. State, county or town officials. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. With assurances of my determination to laMiss Lucy Crow is visiting her my new field as earnestly as in bor We are authorized to announce and in grateful thanks to the many the old, cousin, Miss Lucy Welsh, of Danwritten Clay a candidate for the and with assnrances of support, ville. Later she will visit her personal office of City Attorney, of Richmond, I am respectfully, brother, Rev. Win. Crow. Jr., at Ivy., subject to the action of the Clarence E. Woods. Frankfort, where the latter has party. i THE CLIMAX. SALUTATORy. PERSONAL. The Climax Printing ruicis per Ibe-liev- I s f SSJ5$4 JiroI) J"ol' Scott Crutchkr rs Sullivan. ofDr. n. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rutherford E. Douglas, at and was en route to her home in Cincinnati. She said she believed Miss Dovoy Letcher, who is just recovering from a serious spell of lagrippe, would bo able to rcsumo her studies in Central University Avithin four weeks, which will he pleasant tidings to the friends of this popular young lady. A number of friends gathered at the home of Miss Susie Tate, near Mbberley, last Wednesday night and enjoyed her hospitality until a late hour. An elegant supper was served and a most pleasant time was spent by all. Among those present were : Misses Nancy Hume, Pearl- - Death-eranSallio and Mary Dudley, Kit-ti- e Rice, Lena Stivers, Susie Death-erag- e and Mary Barnes. Messrs. Irvine flumi, Will Dudley, Clark Rice, diaries Embry, Kit Chenault, K. P. and L. P. Adams, Sam Bales, Travis Deatherage, Leonard Isaacs, Joe Oldham, Jay Lackey and James Wagers. Dr. A. Wilkes Smith returned on Thursday last from Louisville, whither ho went to lecture beforo the students of the Hospital, Dental and Medical Collego of Central University, on Chestnut street. Dr. Smith is the founder of that institution which now enrolls over four hundred students. Its curriculum is the highest in the land and it is a pioneer iir many departments of dental and medical surgery, and recognized everywhere as a school of the Its hospital contains four hundred beds and the institution covers a block, running through from Chestnut street to Gray. Mrs. L. Rutherford Blanton, at her pretty home on the Summit, gave a swell dining last Friday at 1:30 o'clock to the following lady friends: Mrs. E. B. Hume, Mrs. R. C. Stockton, Mrs. James T. and Mrs. D. B. Shackelford, Mrs. Henry Wygant, Mrs. C. G. Crooks, Mrs. Pepper and Misses Crow and Irvine. Mrs. Blanton will not thank the Climax for announcing her pretty entertainment, but so many have been the re cipients of her genial hospitality that she will forgive an occasional reference to her dove parties. In these social functions to secure simplicity with beauty, beauty with elegance, elegance with refinement, and all without extravagance, as does Mrs. Blanton, is to know the countersign ,to artistic treatment. Hence her entertainments are invariably enjoyable, and merit the feeble tribute it is our pleasure here to pay. 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Such a work U The Now Standard American Encyclupaulia in eight large quarto volumes, and which embraces the substance of all tho other encyclopaedias, besides a very large amount of new matter none of them contain. It introduces a vast number of now words, names, f.icLs, ideas, inventions, methods and developments. It treats, in all, over C0.00O topics, which is from 0,000 to 10,000 more than any otlior work. The publishers of tho "Standard American" have alo lavishly embellished tho now work. There aro over ."!,."00 illustrations, which cover every conccivblo siibject, lending new intorcbt to tho descriptions, and forming a succession of pleading surprises. It also ontaius over .'500 colored maps, charts, itnl diagrams, and constitutes a com-plcatl.is of the world such as no other siiryclnp.cilia has undertaken to present. rjii-- feature will bo found of the highest .alno in the education of tho young, for :lie pictures and colored maps will have 1 distinct f.wcina'ioti for them, and thus prove an important iuceuti.o to reading eto t Bargains At Our CutPrice E N 583 i Slielbyville, Ky., May 20, 'DC To euro Llrer Ills; easy to MOOa S PlllS taks, easy to operate. 25C Wright Medical Co., Col., O : Gents I have purchased a box of Wrisilit's Celery Capsules from CJ. L. "The Laughing Philosopher,' and Middeltoii, (lriiKKibf, and used tlieni fir whilst wishing you many returns of Sonrfc'tomach, Torpid Liver and Ccnsti the year you have laughed into ex- pation and found that they cave me relief every time. 1 think it an istence, we cordially invite you to remedy. Wright's Celerv Capsules Ky., Recommends Sale This Month. To reduce stock before taken inventory, we will offer the entire line of Chamber Suits, Tarlor Suits, Braps and Iron Beds, Carpet-ing- s and Rugs, Wall Papers, Draperies, etc-.-, at reduced prices. Sale will be continued through January. Bargains in each department. return to Richmond at an early day and give us your own favorite "Sunshine." Thai Daily For Richmond. excellent 9 Yours very truly, Geo. V. Kitev The daily paper which was at one Jr., Colyer r ) Miller pictures, Edison's latest electrical phonograph will bo introduced, giving all the latest popular music. Sousa's, Gilmore's and U. S. Marine cornet solos, duettes, whistling and vocal solos, etc. Prof. G. W. Walker will also introduce 803 dissolving views with calcium light effects. It is an educational entertainment, endorsed by pulpit and press. Chas. Scott, manager of the Lexington, Frankfort and Paris Opera Houses, says it is one oi mo greatest drawing cards of the season. Will bo at Opera House Wedthe White-Bus- h nesday, Thursday and Friday nights, January 13th, 14th and loth. Postmaster Willis Happy. Richmond. There is a prevalent opinon that a daily in Richmond could obtain neither news nor patronage sufficient to justify its existence. The fact is Richmond is abundantly large enough to boast of a daily, inasmuch as the wealth and population of Mad-so- n far exceeds that of several counties in the State where daily papers now flourish. Of course it is a long step in advance of tho prevailing custom, but the dawn of a new century is upon us, and whilo other old things are giving way to tho demands of the times, we may reasonably expect growth and changes in Marvel of the Age. newspapers. However, it is not The magniscope, showing Edison's quite ripe for this innovation, owmarvelous projecting pictures. Beau- ing to the delay in tho arrival of tiful as a dream ; silent as the awaken good times promised by the "Ading of dawn, its pictures open before vance Agent of Prosperity," and the you. The moving, shifting scenery people will have to content themreproduced with phonographic accu- selves with the luxury of weeklies. racy. In addition to tho wonderful time seriously contemplated by Mr. C. E. Woods did not materialize owing to the simple fact that tho number of subscribers, neces? ary to cover As Assignee of running expenses, could mt bo seGeo. O. Dozier, j Notice of Assignee Sale. cured just at tin's time when people u Y virtue of an Order of Sale of the Madison County at the have difficulty in settling for the thereof, Court rendered will, onJanuary Term the undersigned necessities of life purchased last year. If anybody doubts the serious19, 1897, ness of tho intentions of the promoters of the scheme let him come to 1 p. m. and Between the this office and add his name to the o'clock, p. m., hours of o'clock,Irvine street,2 on the premises on Madison county, Ky., proceed to expose to list of subscribers to The Richmond public sale, to the highest bidder, the followDaily Herald. And when the re- ing property, viz: A general Shop of a quisite 500 names at 10 cents per Tombstones stock MarbleMarble rough. including and in the week are secured that instant tho TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 30 The will be to give daily paper will be a certainty for days. with purchaser security, required payment bond, approved for the Assignee's Sale! m M A Inspection cordially invited. Tuesday, Jan. rower, 32-3- 1 Scott & frazee md study. Tho professional or bminesa man, whosb lirjc is money; the lra"her. who is called upon to at oneo answer all sort! )f questions; tho toiling student and nipiiring scholar, at homo or the dek, will linil in tho new work tho inot itse-ranil practical library in tho world for iniek and ready refcicnco on all subjects. One who owns it will possess the ci",-a!en- t of a score of other reference boks which woutj cost many times IV jirica of this. Another feature in which the new work stands absolutely alone, is in its vory full appendixes, which embrace over 100 subdivisions, including a Biographical Dictionary, a Dictionary of Technical Terms, a Cazcteer of tho United States, Presidential Elections in tho United States, Religious Summaries, State and Territorial Election Statistics Statistics of tho population of the world, and a veritable mino 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 bo found of paramount value. All other encyclopaedias aro from fivo to ten years old, and aic silent regarding hundreds of topics that every reference work should contain. Such, for instance, as Lexington, Kentucky, Carpets, Furniture, Wall Papers, Draperk. ul 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 piiid. 2 s?7Z7ZZtt PKaJi:eJ;fco3 fed" U . - St j fbHiS:- .. - D. P. ARMER, Assignee. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, NOW 18 HE of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Parkersburg, W. Va., January The "Wright Meo. Co., Columbus, Ohio. 26, TIF r i T VHEIN LADIES PURCHASE JtiL4 f JV1 ft J ol J Oo 1 LOCALTS". 19o. DEATHS. have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94, and find them to be as recommended. I first beiwn taking them while at Hot Springs. Ark, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Stomach trouble, Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from the beginning and have used them ever since. With -pleasure, and unsoIicited, I recommend them to anv and all suffering with like afllictious or either of them. Very truly yours. Gentlemen: I o o O U La o I La AND LACES, Our line is the most complete in the city, just received, and not "The X-lta- "Argon," "Horseless Miss Nannie Reynolds, aged 18,,'died nt her homo near Reynolds. Berea last Saturday, January 9th, of consumption. Powell. Mrs. Nannie D. Powell, daughter of tho late Jellcrson Lan-tedied at her hormr- near Brooks-tow- n Friday morning, of pneumonia, - r, aged thirty-five- . Green E: Democratic January 11, 1897. We are authorized to announce J, for Talrot Jackson as a candidateIvy., One of the cleanest and most readCity Attorney, of Richmond, subject to the action of the Demo- able of our Kentucky exchanges is the Owenton Herald, edited by Mr. cratic party. B. J. Newlon. formerly editor of the Richmond Herald, the predecessor FOR CORONER. of the Climax. We are authorized to announce G. O. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of the Demo-crnti- c NEBRASKA BELIEVES FREE SILVER THE party. REMEDY. E I 5 f? the triple The silverites of Nebraska met murderer, was handed atUrooksville Wednescay for the purpose of organSaturday. viving chairs, hatracks. mirrors, izing a free silver Legion. The contoilets, desks, tables, cases, stands, The cabinet pudding is bothering ference is the outcome of a call etc., all to be made of "quartered the cook more than the bride's firtt largely and influentially signed, and white oak, in complete working orthe participants represented every batch of biscuits. der, placed in position in seventy county in the state. Mr. Bryan days, from the date thereof," or Gov. Stone urges the Missouri made his appearance- while the preabout March 1. Mr. Willis is custoLegislature to impose the death pen- liminaries were in progress, and was dian of the building, and is in high given an enthusiatic reception. The alty for train robbery. spirits over the prospect of the buildcall was made by Secretary Thomas ing's early completion and occuSenatorial gossip now has it F. Sturgess. In part it was as folpancy. that Gov. Rradley may appoint lows: "We believe it to be impossiYerkes Senator soon after March 4. Charles F. White's Heirs Sue For His Inble to restore prosperity in any surance Money. Governors were inaugurated degree to the now prostrate The heirs of the late Charles F. Tursday in Maine, Massachusetts, industries and business of the White, through the executor, A. R. Nebraska, Michigan and New Hamp- country, or to save the masses of the Burnam, have filed suit against the " people of the United States from shire. Nederland Insurance Company, of greater spoliation except by a change Germany, for $10,000, tho amount of William 1$. Allison, Senator in the present monetary standard the policy on the life of the deceased from Iowa, has declined to accept a and policy. It is further our opinion Tho company refused to pay the place in the Cabinet of President- that the money question, especially money because of alleged irregularielect McKinley. as involving the restoration of silver ties in the original application, and to free and unlimited coinage, Allison for Secretary of State, equally with gold, into full legal tenhave tendered the estate the premium Whitelaw Reid for England, Bliss paid by Mr. White, about $425. This money at the ratio of 1G to 1, as for the Navy and Hanna for the der was refused by Mr. Burnam, who under1, the law prior to 1873, regard- Treasury, is the latest tip. thereupon instituted sultjn the Cirof the action of any other nation. cuit Court to recover the face of the King Oscar, of Sweden, de- overshadows every other question policy. cided to act as the last arbitrator in and must remain the paramount poThe policy was taken out about the Venezuelan boundary dispute, litical issue of the immediate future eight months before Mr. White died, or until settled. We also believe which is now amicably adjusted. and ho had paid thereon but one that it is only through organization premium. Messrs. John W. and F. Three Americans, who had been and systematic education that the B. Crooke are the local agents of the sentenced to Ik? shot at Havana, but masses of the people can be brought comnany, Dr. J. M. Poyntz was tho escaped by swearing allegiance to to see the fallacy and ruinous effects examining surgeon, Messrs. Phelps Spain, have arrived at Philadelphia. of the present system, or they can be gogue. and Thum,of Louisville, and Messrs. united for its overthrow and to Mary Pattie was called to J. Tevis Cobb and W. S. Moberley, Miss A MILLION FOR BRYAN. adopt a better system." Frankfort on Thursday last by the of 'this citv, are counsel for the in illness of her cousin, Miss Lou Pat-ti- surance company, which is a wealthy The Climax has this communicawho is known here. Miss Pattie corporation. tion from a former Madison county anticipated with pleasure her meetNoses Ninety Minutes Long. man, now a resident of Randolph, Moore-CreecHenry Mooe, a Illinois. He is a son of Mr. George young military man of Fort Thomas, ing with Mrs. Samuel Bennett, in The above is the title given to his the Capital city, and "there are Million, who resides on Tates Creek, and Miss Nany Creech, of this city, others" who would delight to meet amusing and instructive lecture by five miles from this city. The were married at the bride's home on her and hear the voice of that beau Prof. Hawks, who swayed a court 3'ounger Million was here just be- the Big Hill pike, Tuesday, January tiful singer who has such a warm house fulfof hearers with his inimi fore the election but returned home 5th, Rev. McCown, of the Baptist place in the hearts of Richmond table wit and humor, fact and fancy in time to cast his vote for Bryan on Thursday night last. "A, Laugh church, officiating. The young people. which accounts for the latter receiv- couple left immediately for CincinTwo Hours Long" we would suggest Mr. R. W. Colyer, of this county, for any lecture by this prince of plating more than a million votes in that nati, where they will reside. leaves for Corbin, Ky., to State. He says: Elder-Elde- r. The marriage of take a position with D. T. Chestnut, form speakers, whom wo have heard When the Republican party before to remember with distinct promised, with the election of Mc- Miss Florence Elder to Mr. Frank real estate agent, contractor, editor, pleasure whilst forgetting dozens of Kinley, to bring about good times Elder, of Lake Village, Ark., occur- and a general business others. It is not too much to say for the working people, despite a red at the Catholic Church, this city, man, who has done much to build that tho oxcellent reception Prof. contracted currency, they undertook at Ave o'clock on Monday morning, up the enterprising citv on the line Hawks received upon his second a contract so preposterous that it January 11. The groom is a prosper- of Whitley, Knox and Laurel coun- appearauce here is due in large part ous merchant whilst the bride is the ties. Mr. Colyer is himself a hustler, "was not short of u bunko game. The to the indefatiguable efforts of Mrs. Hret sign of a reaction recently came handsome sister of Mr. Eugene V. and will add to the flrm'e successes, Ellen V. Gibson, who engaged his Elder, one of at Lynn. Mass., when the working merchants. Mrs.Richmond's largest and carries with him the best wishes j services and canvassed the city for Elder's Richmond of many Madison county friends people whipped the G. 0. P. out of nearers. unis in no wise detracts its boots in the municipal election. friends wish her and her husband a not omitting the Climax, which he from the merit of the. speaker, for in prosperous married life. has been taking for many years. rrbe late McKinley campaign was a l. pi y r these piping times of economy it brazen fraud, so far as it pledged Mrs. W. R. Letcher was here a few would bo difficult for Demosthenes friendship to wageworkers and farmdays last week, and recelvdd a or Cicero to draw a paying crowd ers, and the aftermath will be harhearty welcome from her host of local ald.-vested at the polls for the next Stevenson. To Mr. and Mrs. friends. She was the guest of Mrs. But Prof. JJawks, here Is - our decade. W. B. Million. Ward Stevenson, of Fold, a girl. S. P. Walters. JtrsI Le'tcber had. liand. wprthjLyqur title , r il? -i ' s ' 'J ! Jft- ,4- vv 12-in- ch Robert Laughlin, - per-mana- nt charge of the Southern Presbj-teriachurch, the pulpit of which, until recently, was filled by Rev. D. Clav Lilly, of Irvine, a graduate of Central University. An unusual opportunity to listen to an accomplished lady speaker will be afforded all those interested in mission work, when Miss E. B. French, of Princeton, W. Va.. lectures, free, at the First Presbyterian Church this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss French, who is a missionary to Hang Chow, China, is visiting the Misses Burnam. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stockton, of Richmond, visited the families of Messrs. Sam C. and Chas. Nuckols from Wednesday until Saturday last week. ..v.. The party given by Miss Louise Railey ou last Thursday evening, in honor of Miss Florrie Chenault. of Richmond, was very enjoyable. Dancing was the order of the evening. oodford Sun. Mr. J. Stone Walker spent the holidays at New Milford, Connecticut, with his daughter, Miss Carlisle Walker, who is attending school there. Mr. Walker savs Miss Carlisle enjoys excellent health, and while overjoyed with seeing her father and naturally rendered home sick by his departuie, she is well pleared with her school and sur roundings and is improving in every way. Rev. J. Robert Boatman, who spent Christmas with his parents in Mexico, Mo., returned on Monday and resumed his school work at Kingston. He has a large number of new students and has engaged the assistance of Mr. J. Robert Riggs, graduate; of the class the of '96 at Central University. Mr. Riggs is already at his post and is delighted witli his duties as a pedan Our excellent postmaster, J. B. Willis, is now quite happy in the anticipation of moving into the new Government Building within four mouths. He has received from Logan Carlisle, Chief Clerk of the Treasury Department, a long list of the furnishings of the post office and revenue department, etc., of the now building. Three thousand dollars will be spent in equipping the offices with furniture of the latest pattern. An instance of the luxuries ordered by Mr. Carlisle may be mentioned 8, dial clocks, at $12 each, sofa, re- Red House, Thursday morning, of pneumonia, Ja. Barnes aged 28 years. He was a son of Clifton Barnes and a splendid young man. Burial in Richmond cemetery Friday. Adkixsox. At Clay's Ferry, "Wednesday, January 0th, Samuel Adkinson died after a brief illness, aged 40 years. Although he lived on tho Fayette county side, was well known in Madison county. Turpix. Solomon Turpin, a n farmer residing near Union, and perhaps one of the oldest men in the county, died suddenly at the home of Win, Turpin, near College Hill, Saturday morning, age seventy-si- x years. Buried in tho family burying ground near his home Sunday. Holman. Tho many friends and former pupils of the veteran school teacher, Prof. Andrew Jackson Holman, will bo grieved to learn of his death, which occurred on Saturday last. He was over fifty years of age and unmarried, and was one of the most popular teachers in the county. Lores. Mrs. Emily Long, wife of J. S. Long, deceased, died at her home near Kirksville yesterday morning, aged seventy years. She was the mother of Mrs. A. J. Ross, Mrs. John X. Tood, Mrs. Collins Coy, James, Joseph, Jefr, Richard and John Long, of this county, Andrew, of Garrard, and Nick Long, of OklaBARXijSf-A- t well-know- Carriages," "Tho Atlanta Exposition," "Color Photography," etc., etc. It also gives biographies of hundreds of people ! who have lately bocomo famous, Mich as ! Prof. Koeutgen, discoverer of the "XRay," Ian MacLarcn, Dr. Nansen, tho explorer, Rnclyard Kipling, etc., etc., 'On account or its lateness in all these Charles T Caldweli,. matters, as well as its accuracy, it has Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist Price become tho standard in Schools, Col50c ents and S1.00 per box. Call at drugleges, Courts, Public Libraries, and store and get free sample. - wherever important questions come up for discussion. It would therefore seem that no proBRIDGEFORD'S fessional man, artisan, mechanic, teacher, RANGE, pupil, or farmer, can well afford to be without this most useful, practical and SEE THEM! latest of all encyclopaedias, especially as EXAMINE THEM! its price has been so arranged as to PURCHASE THEM! make tho work a great bargain, and render its possession possible to almost any ono who earnestly desires to own it Detailed particulars regarding the work and how to sccuro it at practically your own price, may be found in an advertisement on another pago of this G- Come in an inspect these s oods, the choicest selection ever o- - V PICKED brought to Richmond. ECONOMIST White -- - Qibson All Winter Goods at Greatlv Eeduced F rices. 1 issue. e .;.V--: : e. ::: 'i!''i!!t!,.o J::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :'". 3 9 ::; -- a in "wBaJU "WB J o.o ...HE PAYS YOU .. . THE.. y&k ATI t V -- ?i Just opened on Secon d .Street at the stand YV O IT A by uEv ii .cently occupied W &.tf V OS s ac oa 98 8 - FREIGHT. o.- .. 4rr PL v-isr. v v of sa a A. Chenault. 1M A LL who SOLD IN RICHMOND. HY PAY FOR THE. DRINKS. NO. 8 SECOND e... .. e- sP I --V- . x T,Wl wnew and sold as low ns srocnh All- n t98 33 &' AU'W 4JT sell fresh and Vt V V my m the market for .CASH. .. .0 ..08 -- $ 8 os) a LUH2CE ::::Hon. W. W. STREET, RICHMOND. KY. s ...aa 9 o... "We Phone.No. 3. have no books Lowest Prices for All goods JX J& 3 a 99 U" to a eS 99 9 99 90 9 homa. How's ThM We ofier One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggist. Toledo, J. Bryan's Book:::: of a... .- - can therefore 0. n Walding, Kin-na- & Marvin, "Wholesale diately with the publishers. The work will contain An account o. his campaign tonr . His biography, written by his wife His most important speeches . . . The results of the campaign of 1896 A review of the political situation . J. Bryan's new book shonld correspond are interested in furthering the sale Hon. imme- a. ' aa. a-- - Cash.WX froniwC'T' r a new CO' at A Y' i " ess the city aa VVgT Wff supply recei ved dailv. a a-a- Bo. D. CHENAULT -aa n first-hon- or Druggist, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken infernally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous Kirface of thesystem. Testimonials sent free Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. 31 34 SvSijSiaa 7't5? ?VS'V5r,V5v'.'vV if " n KM a- - J A. 99 13 93 -- .099 OQ 99 99 -- SO " ----- - :;9 .'a .7 90 99 99 99 99 0 20 e There are already indications of an enormous sale. Address Mr. Bryan has announced his intention of devoting one-hs- lf of all royalties to furthering the cause of bimettalism. "aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaeasaaaeeo0 MARRIED. h. List of Letters. Osborn Jim Koneker Flossie Sadler Martha Turner Letishie Taylor Sadie Terrill N E Walker Girtrude W. B. CONKEY COMPANY, Publishers, 341-35- e, 1 Dearborn St CHICAGO. J OriffsaLE Hans Davis Kinnaird Joseph Owens John B. WILLIS, Postmaster. Chandler Laura (Registered letter) Davis John L THE WILLARD HOTEL. -Recently Been Converted Into The exact thing for your Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Has a Modern Palace v Fall Plowing,-- ! ' Halla and Entrance are Marble nd Tiling of the Finest Quality. UPPER HALLS. to-d- ay 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - WHEAT DKILLS, HARROWS, ROLLERS, HARDWARE, - 0P S, PARLORS AND - - - wide-awa- ko Offices and Dining Room Beautifully Decorted and Bril X liantly Lighted CREAM MKIN6 POWDDi MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure tGrape Cream of Tartar Powder.- - Fre worn Ammonia, Alum or any olher'aduKerani, Its Equipments throughout aro without a Superior in the South, rate of .... Charges Considered TINWARE. r-OVEBi BIRTHS. Have Been Expended in This Recent Improvement. $aoooo - RHTES $2.31 $22.SO PER DHY 3. ? Shackelford RICHMOND, mvi --- $- 6entry; 4'i You-"iar- e 0 YEARS THg STANDARD, . - r -- 2 -- '"- - - " , -- i v ilJr..i . -- . --., .J; M:PrrJr,'hpjB, t KENTUCKY. i ik ' ... 5 H- - : 1 --: .. r t - II I v 'i 3M "Wl '' 3 ri.: .- - 'm . i. THE CLIMAX. 1897. Shooting-a- t Paint Lick. Convalescing. "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, NOTICE! George McKinnoy, of Paint Lick, was shot through the arm Monday by Fred JSantz, a cousin of Attorney Brewer, of this city. Difficulty arose over rent. Stricken With Paralysis. IN 0L3E1-- TIMES y . The Climax has the largest circuJames A. Ballard, aged seventy-fiv- e, one of the wealthiest and best lation of any newspaper published in Madison county. Our subscription known, farmers in this county, was list is open to advertisers. stricken with paralysis Sunday, and now lies in a dangerous condition at will be held May 25th. Catlettbburg Council has passed tho Curfew ordinance. The January term of Circuit I ourt will convene next Monday. Rev. J. A. Mchan preached at tli. "Waco Baptist church Sunday. Forty car loads of lies shipped fr..m Rice Station during the past Jessamine county silver primary his home, near Kingston. Recovering. Miss Wjllie Harber, the sprightly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Harber, near Red House, has been very low with fever, but is now greatly improved, and with care will soon recover. She is the only sister of Mrs. Dan S. Harber, of White Hall. Lafayette Powell Killed." Pleas Moody shot and badly weunded Lafayett Powell, at Moody's Rev. R. C. Hubbard will preach store, on the Big Hill pike, Monday at Republican next Sunday at 11 night at 8 o'clock. Deputy Sheriff Dudley was sent to the scene to arPowell died yesterday. Mrs.. Lucy McDonald was thrown rest Moody. frun a buggy Saturday and broke This is Moody's second victim, liav-in- g killed Jim Rurnam years ago. .. r arm. Webb Huls Dead. -R- -v. J. V. Tyler, ('. U. '89, has . nargo of the Lawrenceburg Presby-- t. Jailer John F. Wagers received a letter Monday morning from Shernan church. The prize fight that was adver-- t man, Texas, announcing the death in that city, from typhoid fever, of od to take place Saturday night Webb Huls, son of T. J. Huls, formf iled to materialize. erly of this city. He was twenty-eigPr (J. V. Evans lias moved his years old and well known in iw from Second street into the this and Clark counties, where ho .. Rurnam building. was extensively connected. Kvorylwdy reads tlie Climax, Sun Shines Saturday: ; adveitisemcnts in its columns The Sun Life Insurance Company, ,iJw a s bring good results. which has several hundred policy - V liore near Paris showed signs holders in Madison, will give a ban. ' i,ilrophobiaand bit two or three quet to its army of agents at the ti In fore it could be killed. Gait House, Louisville, next Satur i day night. Mr. B. J. Williams, the iiMid attractions at the opera polite local agent, will be "at the J..u- -' Thursday, Friday and Satur-i- .i Sun's feast from to Sun-unights See local elsewhere. and what ho will to do tlie viands will Mr. Marv Herndon has sold the be upwards of a plenty. I. ue and lot adjoining the govern- jii. nt bnihliiig to Joe Giunchigliani. Mrs. A. D. Flora, who has been of land conducting tlie Millinery Department -- My and f. r rent. West Main street. Richmond. at Mr. E. V. Elder's store, lias been C 11. P1GG. engaged for next season, which demTinhouse in which onstrates her capacity to please the J. .'m Riley resides, on the Silver customers at Mr. Elder's. It will be i .ik turnpike, near Uerea, burned a source of pleasure to their friends in Madison to know that Mr. and undav. Mrs. Flora have again taken up their Mr. Lucy Raxter sold her farm residence in Richmond. . t Ji" acres, known as the Lyman Constables Must Execute New . ht I i Sun-dow- n p. toll-gate a better understanding of the nature of the many physical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms 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 it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so Jiighly 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 regnlar.'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. Gladness Comes With well-inform- Bank Directors. The four banks elected directors yesterday. R. W. Miller succeeds Chns. Searcy at the Richmond; W. S. Moberley succeeds !N. B. Death-erag- e at the Madison. 2s o other changes. The Magniscope. People overlooked the importance of permanently beneficial effects and were sat isfied with transient action; but now that ll it is generally known that Syrup of Figs yell, "All'aboard, Eighnighinb." will permanently overcome habitual constiptation, people will A Curo for Lamo Sack. not buy other laxatives, which act for a "My daughter, when recovering from time, hut finally injure the system. an attact of fever, was a great sufferer 31 34 from pain in the back and hips," writes Five children drouned by the floods in Louden Grover, of Sardis, Ky." After using quite a number of remedies without Misfouri. any benefit she tried one bcttle of ChamPersons who are troubled with indiberlain's Pain Balm, and it has given gestion will be interested in the exeutiro relief." Chamberlain's Pain Balui perience of Wm. Penn, chief clerk iu is also a certain cure for rheumatism. tiie railway mail service at Des Moines, 31 34 Sold by Y. G. White. Iowa, who writes: "It gives me pleasure to testify to the meritsf Chamberlain's Yes, 'tis true; Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Foley'B Honey anil Tar Is the best Cough Medicine. For two years I have suffered from indigestion, and am subject to frequent se3134 We all know any tirod muscle can be vere attacks of pain in the stomatli and restored by rest. Your stomach is a mus- bowels. One or two doses of this remedy never fails to give perfect relief. cle. Dyspepsia is its manner of saying "I Price 25 and CO "cents; sold by W. G. am tired. Give me rest." To rest the stom31-- 34 iiiond, Ky. its work outside of the White, l: ach you must do body. Sipn s Cooper, the Negro outlaw, at This is the Siiaker's method ol curing in'ijvvu.eS. C murdered tlie Ben Wil- digestion, and its success is best attested fi famiiv, of four, without cause. people are practicby the fact that-theThe progressive ladies of Westfield, ally free from what is without doubt the oi all diseases. I)r Shaker Ind., issued a ,"Woman's Edition" of the most prevalent New-8bearing date of April 3, Digestive Cordial not ouly coatni'iR diges- Wcstfield 169G. The paper is filled with matter of ith-oted food which ispromptly absoi Lt.d w taxing the tired digestive organs, but interest to women, and we notice tiie it is likewise an aid to the digestive ot following from a correspondent, which other foods in the stomach. A 10 cent the editors printed, realizing thai it treats tnal bottle will convinceyou of its merit, upon a matter of vital importance to their and these you can obtain through all sex: "The best remedy for croup, colds and bronchitis that I have beeen able to druggists. Hud is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy-Fo- r Catarrh is a constitutional disease and family use it has no equal. I gladly requires a constitutional remedy like recommend it." 25 and 50 cent bottles Hood's Sarsaparilla. which purifies the for sale by W. G. White, Richmond, Ky. It blood. 4 well-informse ut 31-3- Capt. Len Ballard, Superintendent of the Richmond Transfer Company, is on the road to recovery, and his many I riends-wirejoice to hear him firaMYlcE Tffi&3k? n"ryy f Tvrr r """rr,""'" V?t3iJ3jfV?fci5Vdi'V r" "f MJiimjXnflSi ffUrlfpA iJfj 7JASJJfgpJ$Z mm ' " w j- - 5 MMffl) ffl&7J& 'f !j&Wi THE STAB WAS DEEP! 1ms rTT?t-..ett.T- Sm The Knife Reached The Very Heart 's Core. 8eesessoeee9oeca9oo9e389ececaw DOtttotsso ! 9ioiiotaoteiat((itsioiista ontier Prices Not Recognized. They Are Cut Half InTwo. mC alfiSrLJs The Greatest Out Price Clearance Sale Ever Instituted in jRichmond is Now on at n tatnHSuBi H ' so? 1 1 c,iJllwlU o eeaT w fts eaaal fa 1mI II I aaaa !II 1 c teei I ass I I f r r " 1 1 S I i flII a Hall ", I I Ills sEJRi! II U kS ml 1 U M ffl H B SI I'.iTi-- h -- place, to Mr.s. Leo Maupin t .r J1 ihi, A Sweet Lick mountain, in Estill . ai set on lire by hunters. ..I after burning three days was i!i put out. t a meeting of the City Council Tuesday night the regular allow-.- -. f $.i()ivas made to the Pattie t lav Infinnarv. -- Air. Calvin Burgin, one of Madi- ii eountyV most substantial eiti- iint -i i.- s pneumonia at i. isicry low with Hall. Iuutie. near White the pardons refused "Wed-..lby Governor Rradley was petition of John McClure, niur- r. sent up from Estill county. Vinong aj .! Rishop T. "V. ISurton, of Lexing-i.ii- i. preached at the Episcopal Hiun-Sunday morning and evening to a large and appreciative audi- .ice. Doc" Dejarnett, tlie negro who nijsteriously escaped from thework-li'His- .in Xicholasville tliree weeks arn. was captured at Winchester 1 mlay. There was a small blaze at the Richmond Steam Laundry Thursday morning, but prompt work h. eked what might have been a fire. Mr IInry Clay Douglas one of most expert "cutters" in this .rum. has taken a position in Mr. .) n Thorpe's meat market, on Main -- r. t below First. The Louisville Post says: Miss Kate McAfre. of Irvine, is writing a r interesting novel entitled, "Met ( bance," which will be in print M s .i time in the early spiing. In last week's Ci.ikax we men-- t .nied the sale of two valuable 'rs( s. the property of Bales & Mc-- I In aim. and had the price $8.00 v In ii it should have been $800. Roily Davis and Miss Lizzie Pigg married at Berea, this county, last Thursday night, and the follow-I'- v morning the groom departed for a Western State, leaving his bride ! unl. Mr. G. W Evans, Jr., and S. D. Parrisli have formed a lawjpartner-slii-p and the firm, which will be known as Parris & Evans, will t ! ! i I ir ! oc-f- u. quarters in the Dillingham building. t the conclusion of a four days' ( limning trial, "Per" Rigsby, of Mi Vernon, was held over to await 'h- action of the grand jury in the s Jin of f 20,000, which he gave, for the murder of Armp. Rowland. A Mr. Higgius, wife and daugh-- t r were struck by an R. X. I. & B. tssenger traip Thursday morning, " ar Nieholasville, and were thrown from the buggy in which they were ruling They were bruised but not seriouslv. We pride ourselves upon the fact that our customers are permanent ones, and that we have won their friendship and confidence by contin ual square dealing and liberal treatment in every way. It is our aim and purpose to treat every one who raters our establishment so well, and to give them such good value for cfry dollar they expend, that they will come back again and again. Wo an continually studying the people we deAl with and endeavoring to supply their needs in tlie various things we sell for less money, to give a better quality than will be found elsewhere. We believe that 'merit in merchandise pays" and we carry out our belief in our daiiy dealings. When you read this, if you are not a customer of ours, remember this little article, and when you want anything in our line come jind see us and see if we wont make it to your interest, save you money and show you the best stock in town, and you will find also that we will show you good, all wool clothing, well made, stylish fitters, nd cost you no more in price than others will charge you for doubtful qualities. Covington & MitchelL I-- A decided novelty, one that has caused columns of favorable comment in all the scientific papers in the country, will be presented at the Opera House next Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings with matinee Friday and Saturday. The latest invention for projecting moving pictures the Amet Magniscope. This wonderful invention has been explained so often in the papers that a description is unnecessary. In the Magniscope these pictures Bonds. are thrown through a lens and apThe Constables of Madison county pear on a screen magnified COO diamhave been notified by County Judge eters. So natural are the pictures Burnain to come in and execute new shown by this machine that to one bonds. Tlie law requires tiie County sitting in the audience it almost apJudge, County Clerk and Constables pears as if living people were on the to execute new bonds tlie first of ev- stage. Every scene is an exact reer- year of their terms. Only two, production in color, size and action Messrs. James Bratcher, of Berea, of tho original from which it is and Wm. Simmons, of Richmond, photographed. Edison's latest. Electrical Phonohave responded to Judge Burnam's graph will also be introduced, playnotice. ing all the popular airs of the day. Two ol a Kind. 300 beautiful dissolving views will One of Winchester's young men, who was married quite recently, was also be shown. Popular prices will : told by his wife yesterday morning prevail, viz 15 and 25 cents. An Aged Saint. to send up a little rice for dinner, and the innocent fellow sent up six Mrs. Siis-aWhite celebrated her pounds about enough to feed that ninety-thir- d birthday on Friday," entire end of town. Prowler in Win- January 4th, at the residence, in this chester Democrat. city, of her sister, Mrs. Sallie RusThe first morning after going to sell, who is only ten years her junhousekeeping one of our newly mar- ior. Mrs. White is the mother of the ried young men ordered a fifty-celate Col. R. X.White, who washer steak for breakfast. only child. Mrs. White was married in 1820, at the age of 1G, to ClaiFor Commonwealth's Attorney. Hon. Ben. A. Crutcher, of Jessa- borne White, who died about 1803. mine, is announced in Cli- Formany years, until her son died, max a candidate for as Mrs. White resided on Lancaster Commonwealth's Attorney of this Avenue and was tlie central figure Judicial District, subject to the ac- in a large family circle of four genertion of the Democratic party. Mr. ations. In an incredibly short time Crutcher has made a capable and this circle was shuttered by the hand efficient prosecutor and has paid tlie of Dentil and only the oldest and the strictest attention to the duties of youngest now remain. Looking his office. The memorable race he across the century from almost its made for the nomination four years dawn to its twilight, this aged saint ago leaves no doubt that he will be a reclines in the arms of the few affecinos't formidable opponent of any tionate relatives remaining, wniting till the shadows have a little gentleman who may enter the lists Onlv longer Rrown; Only waiting till the day's last beams have with him. almost flown," when her soul will take on tho white Stroth Pardoned. Governor Bradley pardoned Hen- robes of immortality, and "fly as ry Stroth, of Covington, who was straight to the bosom of her God as sent to the penitentiary four years does the homing pigeon to its distant for bigamy. Stroth married Miss cote." The Register Moved. Annie bchilling, of this place, sevThe prodigious task of moving the eral years ago, when he had a wife and several children residing in Register office was accomplished last Covington. His pardon was asked Friday and Saturday. A dozen men by the Judge, jurors, Common- with teams were engaged to haul the wealth's Attorney and also by the ponderous machinery, type and fixwoman who was wronged by the tures to the new quarters over Wallace & Rice's store, on Main Street, second marriage, and who wrote the family of the man, who had been near Second. Here they are comsufficiently punished, was suffering fortably housed with a capital editorial room adjoining, upstairs over for want of his support. D. M. Bright's store. Out In Missouri. This is tho first time the Register In renewing his subscription on has moved in almost a quarter of a Saturday last, Mr. C. G. Forbes, fonnerley of this city, writes that he century, and it will be difficult for a is now Manager of the Clover Blos- while to disassociate the paper from som Stock Farm, at Xettleton, Mo., its old habitation on First Street, conof which Col. George Bothweil is with wnich it was inseparably nected with the memory of the late proprietor. There are on the place Marion Green, its sole 178 head of Shorthorns, lll.OOO sheep, lamented twenty-fiv-e graze 3000 acres of choice editor and proprietor for and these years. From that office there never land. Mr. For.bes is well pleased was issued a paper containing a with his new location, and is hardly less pleased with the monarch of the slanderous or malignant charge, and herd, Grand Victor, (115,752) the there it made its enviable reputation great Cruickshank bull, than he was as ono of the cleanest, newsiest and when he led the late Col. Moberley's best papers in the State. Under the Young Abbottsburn into tlie ring at new administration it is hoped the the World's Fair and got the blue paper will not relax jts efforts to give the news and stand henceforth ribbon. as in the past, the steadfast friend of Judge Scott For the people. After an unusually successful caFor Rent. reer upon the Circuit Court Bench offer for rent my store house at I in this Judicial District, Judge Thos. J. Scott, of Madison, announces him- Rogersville, five miles south of .Richself in Clisiax a candidate mond, on the Big Hill Pike, for the ion, subject to the action of year 1897, with the privilege of a for the Democratic party. Of spotless in- longer period. The building is a tegrity, profound legal learning, just large one, with up stairs that could and impartial, Judge Scott carries be used for a dwelling in connection. into the contest the confidence and It is a splendid location for a general respect of the members of his pro- or grocery store, as either is badly This building has been fession as well as the people at large, needed. given the nomination will be rented for $100, but will rent this and if elected, and reflect credit upon the year for $75. For further particulars district and State, as he is regarded call on or address. A. J. McGuike, everywhere as the peer of any Cirnt to-da- F. Fritz, of G77 Sedgwick street, Chicago, says: "I had a severe cough which settled on my lungs. I tried a number of advertisers remedies and also placed niyseli under treatment of peveral physicians, with nobenefit. Iwasrecoin mended to try Foley's Honey and Tar With little expectation of greeting relief, I purchased a bottle. I had taken but when I felt greatly improved; I was enable to sleep, spitting of blood ceased, and by the the time I had taken the second bottle I was entirely well It 1 saved my life., S. few-dose-s 31-3- I 1 mm H m mt m &U II fl Emma May Bradish of Scranton, Pa., has sued Sauford Grant, son of a banker, for $10,000 damages for havntr kissed her. 1 n S a W-- - Foley's Honsy and Sar Cough Syrup wherever introduced is considered the most pleasant and effective remedy for all throat and lung complaints. It is the only prominent cough medicine that contains no opiates and that can safely be given to children. 31 34 j prVs Thousand of Dollars this Great Cut Price Clearance Sale to make room for our Spring purchases, some of which are coming in daily. A bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey should be on the medicine shelf of every home. In a sudden attack of croup it is iuvaluable; allaying the irritation and ending the danger in less time than it would take to go for thedocter. It stands as a remedy for coughs It colds and all kiudred diseases. Moses Hotlon of Dell County, shot and mortally wounded hisyoungdaughterby nt John M. Gasier, Cashier of tho Lebanon (Pa.) National Bank, attempted suicide by shooting himself in the head. He will die. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Rheum All We Have Left in Cloaks Are l?. TIE. Z A as follows: One lot of $6 and $7 Jackets, pood styles, will be closed at $2.9S. One lot of $12.50, .$U.50 and $10.50 plain cloth and Astican Silk lined Jackets will be closed at ?5 98 choice. We have a lot of long Jackets, good material, former price $6, $8.50, $10 and 12.50, we will close this lot at one price for choice 2.50. We have have only 8 or 10 Elegant Plush Capes left, the former price wa3 $10, 12.50 and 15, you ean buy them now at one price to close, 5.98 for choice. ; accident Sunday. Hall's Hair renewer is pronounced the Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are best prepnration made for thickening the just what a horse needs when in bad growth of the hair and restoring that condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but It which is gray to its original color. medicine and the best in use to put a Price 25 G B. Woodworth, a prominent Citizen horse in prime condition. 2ents per package. of Chattenooga, Tenn , committed suicide Wm. Devine, of Shakertown, found Monday Morning. his wife dead Saturday afternoon when "Old, yet ever new, and simple and he went home, and itis thought that she beautiful ever," sings the poet, in words wasaseulted and choked to death in a which might well apply to Ayer's Sarsastruggle with her unknown assailants. parilla the most efficient blood-purifiAnother Good. Han Gene Wrong. ever offered to suffering humanity. He failed to use Foley's Kidney Cure Nothing but superior merit keeps it so for his kidney complaint. 31 34 It long at the front. er A en One lot of 5 Overcoats for men will be closed at 2.98. One lot of Long Black Ulster Overcoats, former price 7.50 will be closed at 4.50 The Boy's Overcoats will be closed at 75c, 1 and 1.50 each, former price from 1.50 to 3 50 a piece. BaaaaaBBEXXxnMMCmnaBHHBCBrxaaMaBKavnanaaHHaB OVERCOATS. One lot of nice 10 4 Blankets will be closed at 45c a pair, former price 98cc. We have just and closed for one of the largest Blanket Mills in the United States a lot of very fine 1 4 all wool Blankets. We have not shown anything a3 nice this season, they are worth 7.50 and 9.50 per pair, we will close them in this sale at 3.48 and 4,25 per pair as long as they last. 2-- 114 Tlie wife of Joe Price burned to death at his home in Logan County in the absence of her young husband. Seventy-fiv- e divorce suits were filed in Paduach during 1800. Ezpusuro tn Disease The anodyne and expectorant for the Does not necessarily mean the contraccure of colds, and coughs, and all throat, tion of diseases providedithe system is in lung, and bronchial troubles, isundoubt-ly- , a vigorous condition, with the blood pure Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, the only and all the organs in healthy action spcific for colds and coughs admitted on When in such a condition contagion is exhibition at the Chicago World's Fair. readily resisted and the disease germs in two. Bemnants of all kinds will be given out as tlie prices are Xow is the time to at a satisfactory price, there will be no lagging back waiting for better prices, it will be a rush to get them, first come first served will be our motto. TIP TOIJ buy it 3NT a. BEDcut half aTZHSTTIHSIEB jDIESIBSS tracting and utilizing thtse principles, and it is for this reason that their Shaker Digestive Cordial is meeting with such phenomenal success in tho treatment of dyspepsia. Tlie Shaker Digestive Cordial not only contains food ifTalso contains dialready digested,-bu- t It can fiud no lodgment. Hood's SarsapRobert Moran, of Adair County, the arilla is the best medicine to build up the syj-tebecause it makes pure, rich blood, w weather Prophet, is dead. and pure blood is tlie basis of good health. conFew people know that all plants In cold weather it is especially necessary tain digestive principles. They cannot to keep up the health tone because the absorb thesr food until it is digested anybody is subject to greater exposure and Leb-rnomore than animals can. The Mount more liable to disease. Hood's SarsaparShakers have learned the art of ex31 34 digestive illa is the safeguard of health. n :et 0l"0r In The Band W Ug)Ul9 follow the procession, Don't miss the good thing3, others will get them." We liave 2,500 yds of beautiful Satleens worth 15c. a yd. that will close in this sale at 6 c. CD CD a yd. these make beautiful comforts as well as dresses. An attempt was made to kill Leslie C Combs, son of the murdered Judge, in Perry county, but he fired into the attacking party, killing his nephew, John Hensley, and wounded another man. Y Dllliffll9131)Il!!l i9li!silsi)lsDl!iflli3e NOTHING RESERVED. MmmMKmKmmm39MMmwimTmiwmmMBMMMiwatMMMBsmmuMammammiKMMmmwBaammmmmmBmmBMmMmKmam V tht gestive' principles which aid tlie digestion of other foods that may be eaten w ith it. A single 10 cent sample bottle will be suffiicient to demonstrate its value, and The United States Bul'd'g. & Loan Asso., PI' Jf. we suggest that every suffering dyspepAgainst Deft. make a trial of it. Any druggibt can Robert W. Nelson, ot Sale in Equity. tic Notice By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of supply it. " the Madison Circut Court, rendered at the December Term thereof, 1896. in the aboe is the best medicine for children. style cause, the undersigned will, on Laxcl Doctors recommended it in place of Ca6tor Monday, February 1st, 1897, Commissioner's Sale! Men's Heavy Kip Boots, full stock, former price 2 and 2.50, will he closed at 1.50. Men's good Boots, former price 1.50 and 1.75 per pair will be closed at 100. One lot of Ladies' Oi! Grain Front Lace Shoes, sizes 3 8 wil! be closed at 75c. these goods sold at 1.25. One lot of Ladies' Oil Grain (Button and Lace Shoes, worth 1.25, will be closed at 85. Children's. Shoes and Men's Heavy Shoes will be closed at prices to suit you, come and get them. Y '' H Pants, Suits, Etc. One lot of Men's Imported Corduroy Pants will be closed at 1.48 worth 2.50. One lot of Men's Lined Jeans Pants will he closed at 48c. per pair. ' One lot of Men's Fleeced Lined Ribbed Undershirts, satin front, pearl buttons, extra heavy, flat seam and cable sewed will be closed at 29r. each. One lot of Men's Black Chtviot Suits, former price 5, will be closed at 2.98. Oihi lot of Children's Union Suits all sizes will be placed on the counter at 29c. a suit, we sold these goods all season at 50 and 65c. a suit. A lot of Ladies' Ribbed Pants worth 39 and 50c. per pair will be closed at 17c. per pair. We sell a Double Kueed Seamless Black Hose for children, all sizes, for 10c. a pair. We sell Ladies' Black Hose, 5c. a pair. We have a lot of Fine Seamless Ladies' Grey Hose (nits and lice pattern) to close, at 7c. pair. Oil. Between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m., and 12 m., at House door, in Measels and mumps are making life o'clock Madisonthe Court Kentucky, (being Richcounty, Febmond, Hawesvilloyoung folks- - ruary County Conrt-day- ,) proceed to expose to miserable for the public sale, to the highestbiddcr, the following described property, viz: You Can Bo well yourblood is pure, rich, and nourWhen ishing for nerves and muscles. The blood Or parcel of land with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, situated on Irvine street, in is the vital fluid, and when it is poor, Richmond, Kentucky, and fronting on Irvine back same width 200 suffer street 30 feet and running east by thin, and impure you must ither feet and bounded on the the lot of W. from some distressing disease or you will C. Hutchinson, north by Irvine street, west by T. S. Bronston and on the south by what is easily fall a victim to sudden change ex- known as the Slershon property." quanity thereof to produce the Or a Keep your blood sum of sufficient amount so ordered to be made, posure; or overwork. $328 the pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla anc be well. and the costs hereof. Jt "A Certain L,ot T; HcooVsPllls are the best pill; asssibt digestion, cure headace. after-diiih- er 2o cents. It '. to-da- re-ele- ct Four horses in Union County died from eating frozen corn. There is no joy in this world equal to the hanniness of motherhood. A woman's health is her dearest possession. Good Icoks times, happiness, love and its con tinuance, depend on her health. Almost all the sickness of women is tractable directly or indirectly to some derangement of the organs distinctly feminine. Troubles of this kind are often neglected a very natural and proper modesty TERMS. Sale will be made on a credit of six months. The purchaser will be required td give bond, with good security, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is S. E. SCOTT, paid. Master Commissioner Madison Circuit Court. 32-3- 5 HOHQNH 3&' Ream Good Note Paper for 10c. Knitting Silk 5c. a spool. Tho largest Turkish Towel made for 10c. Get our White Clover Leaf Towel for 10c. A Large Nice Towel for 5c. Geniva Aluminum Chimbles for lc. each. Amber Shell Uairpins 5c. a dozen. Tortoise Shell Hairpins 10c. a box, nice quality 1 4 ) l-2c 3? Cure sick headache, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, gas in the stomach, Hood's Pill mSerca? J'.ftJ distress and Indigestion. Do 25 certs. not neaken, but have tonic effect. The only lllli to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. We sell a good 'ard wideB'each Cotton at 5c, yd .Hope Londale Bleach Cotton 6c. a yard. a yard. Green Ticket Londale 6 IMasonville and Fruit of the Loom Bleach Cot- ton 7c. a j'ard. 10-Unbleached Sheeting 10c. a yard. 10-- 4 yd Bleach Sheeting (Pepperell) 16 jTrion Mills AAA Brown Cotton, 5c. a yd. 3 Spools Best Spool Cotton lOe. 4 l-2- c. be-can- se cuit Judge in Kentucky. Stato Board ol Examiners. 31-3- 3 Terrill, Ky. Strayed cr Stolen From my premises on Main street, last uountjr uourt day, a light red Editor Climax: muley Dear Siu: Kindly announce weight cow, white spot in forehead, libabout 1,000 pounds. through the columns of your paper eral reward will be paid for A ieturn that the State Board of Examiners of cow to Jack Fkeemait, 32-- tf Richmond, Ky. will convene at this place on the 29th day of this" month for the examinaFarm For Sale. tion of applicants for Certificates of Ninety acres of godd Innd. ComEligibility to the office of County residence. Good outhouses, Superintendent. No other special fortable well watered and timbered. Good examination will be held for this orchard. Near churches ahd schools. purpose this year, but persons who s, in Good neighbors.' One-hadesire to take the examination after with four hundred barrels of this can, of course, do so at their re- heprn in crib, raised on. the place. To Continue With The Register. Mr. Robert Lee Davis has been re- spective county seats next July or This farm will be sold for $2,500 if tained at a handsome salary as as August, as in section 37, School Law. sold in the" next fifteen days with Very respectfully, sistant editor of the Register, which the corn at the market price. Call W. J, Davidson", insures to that paper a JDB..G. W.JEvaxs. Supt. Pub. Inst., on j ,..' " .news service. 3 .. State Board of "Examiners.. a 4, 1897. -- Fkankfokt, Ky., Jan. keeps women away from physicians, whose insistence upon examination and JI B local treatment is generally as useless as C-3C-is common. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Presit Izrc cription will do more for them than 99 OP 100. It will do more than the doctors iu VgjtfCKT WIVEBSITY. hundredth doctor can unless he prescribes it. It is a prescription of Dr R V. Pierces, who for 30 years has been cliief consulting phXsiciau of the World's Dispensary and Invalids' Hotel, at Buffalo, WILBUR R. SMITH, PRESIDENT, N. Y. LEXINGTON. KY. samps to cover cost of Send 21 one-ce.CSiereilCe eluding lCOin Banks. World's mailing only, and get his great book. The Award of Medal and Diploma at c People's Gouunon Sense Medical Advis ExpoltlonforBook-keepln(T,et-Influential and Honored A Tborongti. College. Hundreds ot students lu attendance absolutely frre. er, the past year, from 3) states. Business Coarse consists of Business Arithmetic, Penmanship, Commercial There were five deaths at Miller, law. Merchandising, Banking, Joint block. county one night nt We Have Just Opened ..aa..aaaB 4my v KN And placed on sale the prettiest line of Hambergs, Embroideries, Laces, White Goods and Percales over shown in this city. Our 8 1 3c. line of Percales is a strong one and they are going out rapidly, they are worth 10 and 12c. per yard elsewhere. Our Fine Cambrie Percales are the prettiest thing ever shown over our counters. "" 'Good Calicoes at 4c. a yard. We have just opened a beautiful line of calicoes of all kinds. They are as pretty as percales, come and see then. mSMMMM3MMMMmKMMMMmMmMMMMM3MMmmmjtMWBMMBBneKBMMMMtMMmmamBBMmBBMMMMBBW Our,;Spring Stock of Carpets, Oil Clothsand Mattings are being opened up. We haven't room to giro prices here, but will guarantee to euve you money on anything.you buy iu this department and jliow you the most complete line iu thecity. i1 ; in Lost On last County Courtday between lf blue-gras- Richmond and Bconesboro, two red steers, (recently dehorned) with, some little white and one Jjnifo mark in front of Iefthip, weight about 850 pounds. Also one cow, cannot give description., Any information will be thankfully received.- - Manufacturing, Lectures, Business Practice, Mercantile Correspondence, etc Coat or mil Bnilans Course, including Tuition, Stationery and Board In a nico family, about 80. Saortfeand, Typevrrltlnsr and Tclejrrapby are specialties i have special teachers and rooms, and can be taken alone or wilt the Business Course. Wpeclal department for ladles. MiteaUona. The demand for our graduates In different departments ot this Colleco baa ex cceded ts su ppljr. XexlnetoB. Ks. the location cf Prof. Smith's College, is noted for lu healthfelness and fine climate: has eiiurchen and U banks. Accessible br Its manr railroads. ( TOMtlMu Enter now; Graduates successful. For ctrotUw addrew IU President, . . ,, 1 4- - n,vL f V j iiiiu.iiig you for past patronage and hoping thut you inuj avail yourselves of lilt) many Igood things we are now offering, We,ure respt., J- - 11 1 a II V sSaS' f-- f a wide-awak- e, Nslson P.Gay, i2-U WILBUR R. SMITH; ,- 82-3- V H. f- - J- - 3.-T- J rf 4- i - UxMgtat, Ky v - fel J. - i -p' - .JT-- s . "V5 " . VT Wm .- - r .V ,- " v s- - v -- a? r sn-s- , f 'I KENTUCKY sue UUtt Ntm NEWS. of the MOB VIOLENCE "rom All Part Common weatlU. Feared at ralutSTlllr, Ky., and a Stron? Guard Surround the Jll In, Which U Confined the Allowed Murderer of Llnd-e- jr Con try. A. FAMOUS TAX CASE For a IUllrud 111 it Nttcr Ilullt ol the fatuous railroad tax case in Union cuunty n Bondsettled by compromise. holder I'rcaton lias rce i to accept SO rents on the dollar of tlic original debt with accrued interest. Oue provision of the compromise is that the people may issue twenty-yea- r bonds, lienr-inC p- -r cent, intercut, In payineut of the debt Cascvillo precinct would be compelled lo iwie bonds to the amount of more than Simj.ixm, with 1in than Sl.OOO.miO worth of assfssable properly, mid I.indlo precinct would have to issue to the amount of , with than tViii.WMl of property '1 he interest on the Ix.nds annually 'u Casryvillo precinct the would amount to ss.oou To pay off ....... ... ,1... ...mn..itiitcA . .1... ...!.. , ; . tlCTIFI ,jCICU .Ult WIGx Villi.i - wi-v. ..... """' than"..- -- ... the amount of jile nt more double state and county taxos Whether the citieus will aecf pt thr- compromise is 1 1n majoritj have thus lianl u far lcen opxs'd topajinga cent of the nlleged iiiijusl debt, but many property owners here have expressed a desire to compromise in order to be rid of the matter. This tax has limit over of the two precincts the of MH years or for a period more, and has retarded the development of one of the richest seetious of the statf. The tav is for a railroad that was never built, and the citizens have therefoie resisted the collection of the enormous delit. Last summer a war teemed imminent, when it was rumored that a citizen of the county ("I IiomaN Itiaekwell) had iiialilied to rolled the tax. Jtlaekwcll never made the attempt, for good reasons. rolj-ilnlity Caskwiluk, there is a VT Or Cmtrilr4l Ky., a-- May Jau. II. At last be-i- f -; b ! I "-- "". - Paris Walter, charged with killing Lindsey Contry near here Saturday evening, t nas Deen arreste l and placed in jati. , There are grave fears of mob violence, and a strong1 guard has been placed around the jalL The examining trial was begun 'Juesday morning. Congressman Fitzpatrick has been employed for the defense. At I o'clock Tuesday morning a barn in the extreme west end of the town was fired and the guards at the jail thinking it a ruse of the mob to draw the citizms away from the jail, at once gave the alarm, and In a very well armed, short time the citiz-n- i, marched to the jail to assist the guards in repulsing the mob should one ap- pear. The church bells were rung and men, women an I children joined in giving the alarm that a mob was apHowever, proaching. the report proved to bo incorrect and everything . s now quiet. A big crowd from the vicinity in which the murdered m: resided is here. I'aixtsvii.le, Ky., Jan. 6. At the ex- amining trial Paris alters, charged with the killing of Lindsey Conley, near here, late Saturday evening, waj continued until Thursday, so that a postmo- tem examination could be held. A strong guard is on duty at the jai! to prevent an attack by a mob. A big crowd is in town, hut everything was quiet Tuesday nighL Jan. C - Paints viiae, Ky.. ators Announce lllinself. Fbaskfokt, Ky., Jan. 7. State SenE. C. THE SENATORIAL FIGHT. Call to He Made on John V. Yerkm to Linney and C. w.omans Diseases Are as peculiar as unavoidable, and cannot be disCUSS-- rl ,tTw( nr riv-itrdo those to which the entire human family are subject. Menstruation sustains such important relations toher health, that when I KENTUCKY DEBT. mnmmmmfmmg Stege, of dition ot the state treasury close of 1MM: More TUnn m Million Dollnr In Warrants Which Are Oatstandln. FitANKFOitT, Ky., Jan. 0. Auditor Stone has issued his report on tho con lor the 5; Stop ? --- ,1 ! " L3 I F!fl I TTZ KZA 1 11 HI 1 1 frHlSrrHJBI7HJ arrmBrrHJBrrHBf?aiarrtirtiJtairttJmtairgja ' .I1 II mmitamm . . 1 iBS 1 had an extended i total. 8141,773.37. members of the legislature Expenditures, S70.377.00; balance, to a call upon Hon. John W. S302.3U5.47. Yerkes, asking him to announce himSchool Fund Balance November SO, self for a candidate for senator. SenIbOtS, 95,055 79; receipts and transfers, ator Stege is warmly opposed to HunSC51.6 13.53; total. S740.8U9.31; expenditer, and is acting with the Yerkes foltures, S057.939.4S; balance, SSS,939.S0; lowing, and the conference Wednesday total, $431,335.53. is regarded as being very significant. Suppressed, Irreyu-General expenditure fund deficit NoBoth the gentlemen declined to talk, lar or Painful, vember 30, 1S0C, S173.734 31; receipts, hut it is said that Yerkes leaders be- she soon becomes less transfers, $.185,511.01; total, lieve they have made inroads on Hun- ' languid, nervous 807.30. Expenditures, 5218,791.04; deter's strength as to insure his defeat. ...rl ...... t1 lllW; UIUU1I11LUVV.O t"r,., 1rt.Tir ficit, S3.9S7.C1. "What thej now fear most is, however, 4liiU XlilUlUlC) Balance in treasury December 31, that Hunter may still be able cheek and very crave complica- to dictate the nominee and should tions arise unless Regularity and i 1890. 4 17.347.09; warrants outstand- j ns. November 30, 1&90, S1.1C1.377.33; he fail to land they expect him to "Vigor are restored to these to December 31, 1S98, warrants throw his forces to Judge Holt, of this Is a receipt SJ04"37.GJ; total, S1.3C5,G15.02; w pr city, or some other candi late than CtUIlCIU 2 of OHO Of the rants pail to December 31, 1S90, S31G,- Yerkes. Senators Stege and Linney had a confidential and very candid talk mo t noted ' 7 4 Ji' lolal outstanding debt, si, us,. with the governor about the extra sesplrysicians b'jo.ua. sion, and his expressions left no doubt OLD HiCKOSY. of the South, in their minds as to his intention to n where trou- The Wnttrrnon Club, of I .on svlllf, solons together. call the , th Vic torjr of Urn. J ickinn Over bles of this obtaining-signatureI 1 - Gov. Bradlej. Senator Linney has been circulating1 a petition among- conference with Sinking 30, 1S0T, SJ3J,419.--U- ; Fund Balance November receipts, 5J0'J,334.-1- vl 17?E5inji NEW YEAR. biwi-t- k MM z lini i !,. ll-- L I coughing. The quickest and surest I 7ltn take Dr. Bell's Plae-TaIloney. A gnuranteed cough rem-f- e edv. wholly unllkeall others-bett- er; iHrxrtlT nn thn niucoul mera-branes, heals P iia organs the lungs and tesplra- - j? and invigorates the U tory whole system. r' That DR. BELL'S Pine-Tair- -1 IFIJRNTTU m mm life yr tm i , " MiwrB rtura rtita 'rt.HUi rtutai 'rrjtai ' I rcia rota rata 'rtita i rSlsfrr-Oiuaai i i i iMifglai EI M t 8S is C -- . I IVII "H. if TT. SlrJ ri (Hi OUR LwIINE OF m " - m pJ&U' Jl org-ans- . a a I 8 1 1 I pi ED HI iBi ! L Is now complete with all the LATEST STYLES, HEAP! 1 M rrul: I Female Regulator Olr-br-it- Honey gj contains the concentrated healing K 1 sort prevail more extensively than 9. The Harry C. Pnlllnm K.rctml Prenldent and in any other section, and has never club, in pursuance of its Financial Manager of tlio Loalstllli failed to correct disordered Menc lbtoin, made its Jackson day Club. It restores health and meeting one for all democrats, and a Louisvii.i.i:. Ky., Jan. 7. The annual struation. to the suffering- woman. special invitation was ext jnded to the meeting of the Louisville 1'aseball streng-tsilver wing and freely accepted. HarWat-ters- BASEBALL. Hi- - llrltUh. Louisvir.i.E, Ky., Jan. on virtues ot oia ana tried medlcinalagents, extracted by a new scientific process. 25c, 50c and SI. At all droccliu, orient spon receipt ! price bj T E. E. SatkrrUxl Irditfac C radarah, Ky. i Don't Forget We have the Largest and Nicest Line cf ROCKERS ever brought to the City. Our Diners are po comfortable you regret leaving the table. Our small Uockers 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 I.urt you. Our Foldins Couches afford the greatest pleasure. Our AVire Cots don't fail to see. are great variety. Our Secretaries and Book-case- s Our Side boards all new and handsome. s will just finish your hall Our m f W r2 li n"- l , KENTUCKY Thn I'trat ELECTORAL VOTE. Sleets at The first republican electoral college ever convened in this state met at the state hmite here Monday at noon. After organisation and the usual preliminaries the vote was taken for president and vice president, the result of which p.ne Melvinley Vi and ltryan of the i:i electoral votes which Kentucky KniNKFiirrr. Ky., .Jan. II. 1 Mnrty. College SEMPER EGO. lie U Now the of Charlli at a Good lrlce Lexington, Ky., Jan. 6. Sempei Ego, the good soa of Logic and Li Sylphide, was sold Tuesday by L. 15 Umggold, of Chillicothe, O., to Charlie Hughes, of Louisville, representing, it is said, & syndicate o( Cincinnatians The price is not known here, but it surely must be a long one Ban O'llrien, present trainer of tin horse received telegrams from hoti Ringcold and Hughes Tuesday, and ij now holding the horse at the latter risk. Semper Ego is entered in bott the llrooklyn ani Suburban handicap?. He is in the best of condition, and go ing from the hands of one carefu' trainer to another should have an ex cellent chance for the big events. I'r-p-rt- llu-h- ea j I crowd of politicians began to arrive m the city Sunday night, and more arrived on the early traius ' ina-- y Mond.iv A spirited contest developed Hon. over the place of messenger. Mm Kah, the leading republ can I'ctor. wants the place, and has a piHd chance of getting it. Kleetors I'owe and Welding, who received the sime number of votes, however, and between whom the college will have to decide a to which shall sit as elector, linn!, the one that gels left should le piven the honor of carrying the re-turns ui toe uaiionai capuai. Itrllr nf Mm Involution. L.ii!i.M-n:n:fi- . Ky., Jan 11. The of tleo. Tucker, of Lincoln, who are from sity-li- e to years of age them- seventy-eighave in their possession a pair of steel pinchers made in 170 i and pan that bepowl-nn olil longed to the old man's gun that was camel by him through the Revolutionary war. These relics are objects A good en ht ha. BY COURT MARTIAL Vl 111 Kentucky Guar t Iloyn Ciiae The state guard boy.s who were to havi their trial be.'ore County Judgi Golden Tuesday for shooting ncedl guDs into bnsiness houses and at. tempting an insurrection on Christina; C. llAisiiornsvii.i.E, Aaln Btponed-- lit, Tried. Ky., Jan. night had their trial again post poi.ed for one week. Private Gcorgi Ilinkle confessed to shooting into tin street cir, anl was bouud over to the grand jury in the sum of StOO. The adjutant general has notified the com pany he would try them by court mar tial, but the day has not been set fct trial. ItlC Timber Ilea'. 1 club Wednesday night devoted some marked activity toward a winning team. Harry (X Pulliam was elected president and financial manager. Second Baseman Rogers will be captain and field manager, and Perry Werden will cover first base. 1 he directors voted President Pulliam S10.C00 to use ns he sees fit toward strengthening the team. There was also nppropr.ated S500 in prizes of S100 each to be awarded to the best batsman, the b.'st base stealer, the best sacrifice hitter, best run scorer and the best winning.pitcher. The directors albo voted $1,003 to be divided am ng the players if the team finished ninth, S2.0U0 if eighth, 83,000 if seventh and so on to the top of the lisL President Pulliam has supreme authority and says he will hae a winning team. FOR CLEMENCY. Got. ISrndley I. itum to Appeal In Favot of Mnrder Itobert Lnuthlln. Fuankfukt, Iv3, Jan 7. Gov. Bradley listened to appeals for clemency to Murderer Robt Laughlin, of Bracken county Wednesday morning. Attorney Doniphan called at the office of the clerk of the court of appeals and obtained the court records in the case and pointing out from this many alleged prejudicial errors in Laughlin's t ial. The principal grounds upon w hich his plea for a commutation r. sts, however, is the insanity plea. Mr. Doniphan was accompanied by Dr. T. S. Bradford, a prominent physi-- c .in of Augusta, who gave the governor p lengthy paper, giving the reasons for his belief that Laughlin is crazy. "Wo have for the p"Et thirty yrari hrndled Tlrndflnld's Tcmale lloRuUtcr, both at wholo-lal-o and retail, and ia no Instance lias It failed to givo satisfaction. We sell racre of it than all other similar remedies combined." Lauak, Ka.neik Lamar, Atlanta, Macon and Albany, Ga The Bradficlo Kcculatcr Co., ATLrjTA, Ga. Sold by ell Druggist at $1.00 per Battle. mony was the watchword. Many frank hut pleasant speeches were made and it was the consensus of all that in local and state affairs the party should be united and national issues SKiiteTaiiaMwwsa -- "Oiun r Metomire. Q 7 26 - left entirely to individual members READY TO EARLY IN MARCH Gov. Bradloj Will Call tho Kentucky ley has definitely' decided to cill the legislature together in March, 'lhis information came through State Senator E. C. Linney, who told a state official, after a conference with the governor Thursday. Mr. Linney has always been a warm supporter of the governor, and enjoys a high place iu his confidence, and this statement is regarded as Mr. Linney came here from Louisville Tuesday and held a spec'.al conference with tho governor, which, it is reasonably certain, related to the extra session and the senatorial race, lie is the chief licutennntof Mr. Yerkes in the senatorial fight. "Gov. Bradley will appoint St John Boyle United States senator to succeed Blackburn as soon as the vacancy exists." This is the latest and straight-es- t tip in the senatorial muddle, and there seems to be much reason to believe this solution is the correct one. semi-officiaL rnAXKFOisT. Ky., I.eclslatnre Jan T.ctlirr. S. Gov. Brad- and national elections. Harmony is especially desired because of present republican control of the state and city. Leading speakers of the silver wing were W. B. Hoke and Hancock d Taylor. For the gold standard men Our factory on Laurel Street in is now running, sirnl we are the strongest speeches were made by prepared to fill orders fort Hist of the W. B llaldeman, John II. Leathers and Charles R. Long. (i 1 fill mm SUPPLY THE TRADE Itich-liion- IJat-rack- BE' rtiJEJl Our stock consists of loo much to mention each item and all that is necessary, is for jou to give us a call, and we can furnish you anything you may wish for. R- - ri IN BAD COMPANY. Ji " Farmer Thompson Uoactl, Robbrtl and I.rft Unconscious. Ky., Jan. 9. Lexinotov, Burt Thompson, a prosperous farmer, who lives near Djnerail, in this county, came to Lexington last Wednesday, got on a spree and wound up in tho tenderloin district on Wilson street, where, it is alleged, ho was dosed at Will Zimmer's saloon and robbed by the proprietor, Clarenco Standiford and John Atchison, all men. The three were Arrested Friday morning, and Standiford made a confession of the robbery. Thompson was relieved of He was found unconscious in a vacant lot near the saloon. Sl"-"i- . 1 li. "Mr ol chants. B " mi ' i II II ill sp rtJtii l Our -N Undertaking Department is Always Complete. - Jacks" hTT Brands, three grades. "We can save yon money. Send us a trial order, you will Espe be glad with our products. cially pleased to bear from country uier-- , 1 H pta in CHANflN AND H1GGERSTAFF. fe iU ruiruTLnxinjijirLriJirLrinririiixiJvnjTJX rtnxLnxtriruinjT'iniJtJTitTirunriruTrij- injxrtnjunnnnrijijTjiriitrurrtrirtxia:iru ru FURNITURE AND MORTICIANS. White 49- - 0 Ross, Richmond, Ky. Sis r LEXINGTON PASTIMES. lie Put Il'a ff Asm.Axn. Kv., Jan. C 'J lie St?nd O a to., through its agent. W Fell, has secured so ncthing more th: . te thousand acres of t imcr land ii the Licking vall-y- , ten m.l aoov an ire rarmers. ivy., anil will put mills a mwibc iawtniUand three sta once to work uo the timber : s uiu.--i as possiide for barrel stock, 'i he pr.c of much curiositj-- . was St per acre casn. The compant Oalrnsil nml Mnrclreil. recently placed two m IU ii HAniioiiRi'ito, Ky , Jan. 11 When has V m. Dfvine, a farmer, returned home Meneiee county, near Rothwell. fcaturd.iy night, he found his wife dead JCnll for Mexico on the or with two in ant daughters Apiiiad. Ky., Jan. C. After consid ly ng on their mother's breast half crable w rangling the emp'oyes of t'.ii froen and crying. Finger marks on Norton iron wdrks have agreed to ac 'rs. D vine's throat showed that she cept a cut of 25 rer cent., which ap had ben choked to death after being plies only to the order now in hand la outraged There is no cleiv to the 3.000 tons of steel nails for Me.icai murderer. consumption. The order was to havi Think ll'a llnckrr. been distributed between the loca LtMVGTON, Ky., Jan. 11. Clarence mills and two Ironton (O ) plants, am Brown, colored, is under arrest here, they pooled issues, giving the order t. charged with placing obstructions on the plant that could furnish the cheap the Louisville So"thern tracks between est production. and Versailles, by which ISuTlnir Owrn s I'lkrs. d the tr.nn at 4.30 Sunday Owenton, Ky., Jan. 0 The Ovrei morning came near being wrecked. '. lie 'Scgro was arrested by Detective county fiscal court is in session consid ering the free turnpike question again lVh te. 'I he proposition, made at the last tern Th-Ilrrry- I'irfil Jiiin I. of the court, to buy the roads on a 12 Ci vthuvi, Ky.. Jan. Ii The democratic ounty committee removed per cent, basi has been accepted bj John 1). Berry. He refused to support nearly all the roads, and the trad consummated in a day or tw o the democratic candidate and platform will hiearning 12' Roads per cent, dividend at tnc full election. will receive par for their stock, WMlllnc'a Jlt-- for u 12 per cent. 93 cents on FuANkFOHT, Ky., Jan 11. The petiand so on. tion for a rehearing in the Walling N w Kentucky 1'ostmasters. case arrived at 11:20 o'clock Saturday morning. It was filed in the clerk's Washington, Jan C. The follow inj fourth-clas- s office. postmasters for Kentucky were commissioned Tuesday: Lick (.onit, to Grief. mp 1 Tr Cociihan, Ga.. Jan. 11. Three .Negro burg, Magollin county, B. (j. Howard tramps entcre 1 the Ingraham hotel IVnshurst, Pendleton county, R. U and stole an overcoat. The proprietor Purdy; Vanburen, Anderson county, G discovered the theft as the Negroes M. Newman; Vandyke, Anderson conn ty, W. W. Owens; Vov, Laurel county were making their exit from the build-in:and w th a man named Rogers W. P. Brewer. pursued the thieves. 'Ihc Negroes A Fnsion Ticket. ran to a swamp a mile from the city, Fkaxkfout, Ky., Jan. C. The rcpub where thev were overtaken They licans and sound money democrat! Mopped and opened fire on Ingraham have agreed to fuse on candidates for and Rogers w.thout effect. The pur- county oflices. The democrats will be suers returned the fire, killing one given representative and county judge Negro, mortally wounding one and the and will name W. J. Leeds an I J. A. third Negro was captured, Violett respectively. Other nomina nuironrta Sold. tions not vet agreed on. Omaha. Neb., Jan. 1L The Oregon Hoard of lqualIzitlon. Short Line, portion of the Union Fkaxkfort, Ky., Jan. C Auditor system sold at Salt Lake SaturStone decided Tuesday to call the state day under foreclosure to the reorganization for 55,447,500. 'J he Utah board of equalization, recently appointed by the governor, to meet here Southern road sold for S7C3.000. February 19 to revise the county asA erifct of ot Gclltr. Chicaco, Jan. 11. Ihc jury in the sessments. Found Dead In lied. manrase of John A. Hanley, Owexsboeo, Ky., Jan. C Mr. R. J. ager of the Fc railroad, charged Frayser committed suicide Monday with having violated the interstate nio-h-t His wife went to call him to commerce law, returne 1 a verdict of breakfast Tuesday morniDg and found not guilty Saturday morning. him dead. j llinl-ioi;- k r al-,11 n John McKnight,of Covington, is also here, interested in the effort to secure clemency for Laughlin. Good Co t Dead. HITCHED TO A CART A JIan Performs the Work of a Horse IlHiilinc Ills Fanillv South. In j I ! colts in Kentucky, and the pride of Bryan string of youngsters, dropped, dead at the Kentucky association c iurse Wednesday morning. Ho was the big, strapping son of imp. Candlemas and Minnie Stone, and was exten-- s vely entered in the spring events. U he loss is a heavy one. two-year-ol- d Lemxotox, Ky., Jan. most promising 7. One of the Moonshiners Taken to Frankfort. Asiii.am, Ky., Jan. 7. Sixty-thre- e moonshiners have been taken to Frankfort from the Big Sandy valley the past two days to answer to the United States courL These represent the fruits of a score of raids by deputy United States marshals. RABID HORSE Snapped and S larled I.lks a Dos Three Men A .Montana horse Paius, Ky., Jan. owned by Osian Edwards, of this city, showel symptoms of hydrophobia Thursday morning, and was killed with an ax to prevent it from biting any one. The animal frothed at the mouth, and bit, kicked and snarled e at everybody who camo near it. The horse is the same animal which ran off last week at the Kentucky Midland depot, and became fastened in a trestle nearly a mile from Paris, and while entangled it bit three men bofore it could be released in order to allow a Midland train to pass. It was necessary to tie the horse's feet together and muzzle its mouth bsfore it could be approached in safety. 8. dog-lik- Louisville, Kj, Jan. 8 Harnessed to a cart, Harraan Hawes arrived in , I,!., ....... Klc o!r.- - 'Tt,,, fcdii. nessee, which he is approaching at the rate of four miles a day. In the cirt sat Mrs. Hawes and six little children. He drew the cart through the streets to Central station, where he unfastened the leather straps that bound him. He had no place to stay and no way to get a fresh start, so he decided to make his wav to Nash ville to be there for tho exposition and the revival it is expected to bring. Having no money for transportation, no horse, he determined to act as horse himself. He has drawn his family of seven every bit of the way from Hurley county. .. Dayton objecte'L drew his revolver, demanded the $.", and started out with the shirts. Lambert knocked out one of I) ly ton's eyes with a poker, and then did a hop, skip and jump to ge out of the way of Dayton's bullets. K3'., Jan." 9. A great deal of anxiety is expressed over the illness of Representative Adams (rep.) of McLean county. While not in danger of immediate death, Mr. Adams1 recovery is considered doubtful. His death would leave the republicans without a quorum in the joint assem- Then Dodged the Enraged Farmer's liuilets. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 9. John Dayton, a farmer, bought two shirts from Len Lambert in Rosenbaum's store Friday, and tendered a bill in payment. Lambert didn't have the change, and started out to get it. five-dollar Eye Out With a Poker, and cjrrcctsTr-.LHERE'S p V JL 1 vll J Positively the Greatest Bargain Ever Offered mTTMinnii i ! 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John Clark Ridpath, LL.D. authorof' Ridpath's Historic; etc . assi'cd by a lartje corp of ei'itor, and over loo emi- ncnt scholars and specialists " ,J & - west-boun- lllttcn. y thos-earnin- Kvlif-arln- lii-r- - r, Pa-cit- ic ic Loxiion, Jan. 11. A dispatch to the Hxthungc Telegraph company from St. Petersburg says the C7Jir is suffering rom the effects of overwork and is about to start for Livid. a for a s sojourn. two-mo- Cxr bnff riot: From Overwork. Rrotliers WVil bisters. Ky , Jan. 7. There was a double v edding Wednesday at the Versailles, Wv MP in. Hysteria, V&SjQOeeTlS 'Congestion and in flammation of the internal organs are centrally induced by exposure to wet or cold, excitement of the emotions, or a morbid condition of the blood. For the .their troubles. omen Who Saffer pain each month can find relief and emancipation from home of J. Wagner, the two brides. Misses Eva and Elizabeth Wagner, being sisters, and the grooms. Messrs. Frank and George Fecht, of Nicholas-ville- , Ky., brothers. Aahland Dru?l:g Astlcn. Ashland, Ky., Jan. 7. A. & H. Lampton, one of the oldest drug firms in this end of the state, assigned, no statement of their condition being advanced. It G Burns, of Catlettsburg, is assignee. Walllntr's l'lei for a K it Trial. FnAKFoitT, Kj, Jan. 7 The petition for a rehearing for Walling will be filed Saturday. Judge Hazelrigg, who wrote the opinions in the Walling and Jackson cases, will review the petition. l'lgamUt 1'ardnned. 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 ease and comfort. Ulcerations and displacements of the uterus are cured by the e Prescription," and the cure is "Fa-vorit-- radical cure of these derange - J) Tor twelve long years I suffered greatly with extreme stomach nud trtenne disease. I had doctored with four phymidnnii with little or no cood. and one of them was ns good a physician as could here; he pave toe up to rile. None of 3i v friend thought I could well. We had tned almost everything, and at Ithonzht 1 would trr Dr. rierce Fa. Has. Wttsox. vonte Prescription. 1 had been Lerf-tmost two yean. After taking of the tune for almost several bottle of the nerv-oitsne-F. Spasms, Nervousness, Indigestion, or Dyspepsia, often depend upon irregularities of function and displacements of the womanly organs. The "Favorite Prescription " cures by regulating and correcting these functions and organic chances. For all irregularities, suppressions and obstructions, Dr. Pierce's Favorite is a specific, and has a record of over a quarter of a century of cures. Mrs. Mali-ISWilson, of Bsolhtville, Marian c f ya., wnies: granted a pardon Wednesdav to Henry C Strother, of Kenton county. Strother was sentenced to the penitentiary for four and a half years for bigamy. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 7. Gov. Brad-ie- J r tt K hetter health tha- ever one fesadrca pound O0,r "eizned little mS jp jweaos- .- M00iSJ7s,iPpboo'1l.,,l J aow.nJ7 1Ut- - fouowJnglhedlrec-;SS,cU- ? I awlirgk The demoFrankfort, Ky., Jan. 8. Gov. Brad-lo-y cratic committee of Trimble county turned down eight more applicahas passed resolutions demanding that belligerency rights be granted the Cu- tions for pardon Thursday, indorsing the rejection- in each case in characban patriots. teristic vigorous language. Attorney Fardnnd by the Governor. DoniphaV was officially notified ThursFbaxkfoet. Ky., Jan. 7. Gov. Brad- day of the governor's refusal to comley pardoned Henry R. Stroth, of Cov- mute the sentence of Robt Laughlin. ington, sentenced to four and a half Hon. Jerry l'orter Married. years for bigamy. Paducad:, Ky., Jan. 8. Hon. Jerry A Circus Winters at Lexlncton. Torter, a prospective republican canLexiuotoj, Ky., Jan. 7. --The Gib- didate for United States senator, was son circus has leased the Auditorium mirried at Clinton to Miss Mamie and will winter its menagerie here. Beeler, a daughter of Dr. George Beeler, a member of the state board of CoL Jacob Jlarlan Dead. a surprise, I) Wvii.LK, Ky., Jan. 7. CoL Jacob health. The wedding "Walter Murder Ca4 Postponed. I r ' d TS, di I on .his' farm in Paijjtsvillk, Ivy., Jan. 8. The WaLoyle coun.y, ot disease. lter murder case wai called Thursday A Corpse Mutilated by Hogs. morning and .continued until Priday Cokikth, Ky., Jan. .,7. Elijah Colo- - Jnorning on account of. the absence of Iff! f nosAaa fm- - flho nrntflnnmaqUli SfSia. A. f iraes. W&Jl fonnd doiu at. T.rct A oy.. ,Sk B06e't.Ed,rB had ben eaten"; big crowd Si in town.rbut everything 7. w-a-s Ur-ght- Bedford, Ky., Jan. Demand Itrlllcrrcncj. Lexixtgox, Ky..Jan. S. Avery promising filly, by Fayette ilkes, out of a daughter of Baron Wilkes, was accidentally killed at the fair grounds Thursday afternoon. She was owned by W. . Estill, who had sent her to Wm. Evans to be broken and trained. She had ntver been under harness, and when Mr. Evans rigged her up she was quite as wild as a deer, and in spite of the fact that she was being led by Mr. Evans assistant, reared up and fell backward. Her head struck a stone, killing her instantly. I.3W anil Order League Lewisbuko, Ky., Jan. 8. Law and order clubs are being organized all over Logan county, and the citizens are determined to see that the law is en'orced. The enforcement of a rigid prohibition law, in effect throughout the county, except in the Adairville, district, is the main object, but other t forms of lawlessness are receiving at- tention. Itobert Lnnehlln Taken to ItrooksTlllc. Covington, Ky.. Jan. 8. Robert Laughlin, who will die on a scaffold Saturday at Brookoville, Ky., and who has been confined in the county jail, at Covington, for some time, was taken to the place where he will be executed Thursday morning by Sheriff Hook, of Bracken county, and Mr. Faught, of . , Lexington. Mayor and Council at ) Fraskfoiit, Ky., Jan. 8. Frank fort's democratic mayor and republican council are at loggerheads over the appointment of police. The latter refuse to confirm the mayor's appointments, Chief Tobin being among those held up. As a result the city has only a half force of po'Ijc proteetion, and the fight promises to continue indefinitely. Mrs. E Izabeth lledford's Gift. Fkaxktokt, Ky., Jan. S. Attorney General Taylor Thursday received a check for $10,000 from the estate of Mrs. Elizabeth Bedford, of Vanceburg, who willed it to the common school fund of Kentucky. The matter has been in litigation since 1873 and was recently finally decided in favor of the , state. Laurnlln Must Die. two-year-o- ld I'romlalnij ld Killed. A Rusiivii.le, Ind., Jan. 9. R. J. Wilson, a horse trainer, assigned Thursday night. The liabilities amount to S8.000; assets about the same. Tho tion In Georgetown, Ky. Gforgetowv Ky., Jan. 5. Last Rushville national bank is a preferred week Rev. Z. T. Cody, pastor of tho creditor to the amount of 0,000. Baptist church, and G. H. Nunnelley, Post misters. a coal dealer, swore out 27 warrants Washington, Jan. 9. The following against George Coal and seven against fourth-clas- s postmasters for Kentucky John Howard, saloonkeepers, charging were commissioned Friday: Baizetown, them with violating the local option Ohio county, G. W. Whitlock; Hall, law. August 14, last, Scott county Pulaski county, M. A. Waddle; Motley, voted local option, and on the same Warren county. F. Scott. day Georgetown held a separate elecY Will Aniioiinen Himself. tion and voted against it. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 9. Among Cole and Howard's license expired, republicans here it is and were renewed Decembers. The Hon. John W. local option people claim that although expected that will publicly Yerkes, announce these men have city and county li- of Danville, for senator within the censes they are violating the law, as his candidacy the vote of the county controls the next few days. John R ce Goes tu Prison. town. Six cases were made against Louisa, Ky., Jan. 9. John R'.ce, Cole and five against Howard, and to two years in aged 50, was sentc-ncithey were held to the circuit court. the penitentiary for breaking into F. Young "Woman Hunted to Deith. B. Branham's residence and stealing Louisville, Ky., Jan. 5. Miss Lulu some clothing and provisions. Robertson, of Carrollton, Ky., but residing temporarily with relatives, a few miles from met with a THE MARKETS. horrible and fatal accident She was curling her hair, and in heating the Cincinnati, Jan ft regulation iron used for that purpose, Flour Sprln; fancy, t . 9 Kg 4 "5. prinj over the lamp, the chimney was over- - family. W.a5iiSi: sprins pilcnt, tlioQ-.W- : 4"'.fl9i. fancy. iL2&l-&turned and her clothirtg caught fire. winter 91 extra. SiTo&X 5 low urado, 'Enveloped in fhmes she ran to a family. $".50ii2 7. rye. northwestern. JiTOiJiS'. do branch nearby and plunged into the Cltr. ii 7022 8a water. Her burns caused her death a nCAT The demand UU;ht and the v rtm.ini extremely quiet at unchanged few hours later. prices. Kentucky Midland Road Sold. corn Sa!e: Jo.'s mixed rt Sijfc: No. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 5. The Ken- yellow at '.'. He: yelljwear at"!;;;. Oats Side: No. 3 white (low ), at 10e; tucky Midland railroad was sold at Xn. do st ISJ'c. Frankfort Monday morning to Attila "S'n.3 m'xcd-i- t I8oampl.2trjck.3ic. RTE Sales: Cox bid the "upCox, of Louisville. hoes Select bhipiier-.'select set" price, which was 8153,003. It is burners'. fiir to uool pickers', 3 J) il43; believed among railroadmen hero that SJr'rfJXlJ fdtr to 1 13. he made the purchase for the Louis- common and roub, 4iT5 ahlpp-MC,TTI.r Fair to good '. JITjJJI 40; ville & Nashville railroad. The Ken- choice, fl S03.4 Coo4 to tucky Midland road is 40 miles long. 13 8 Sin fair to m dlurn cho ce butcher's", butchers'. J3.J30 It connects Frankfort, Georgetown 3.7a: common. JisS 3 01 Phkkp At.D Extra. laGKJ and Paris. Its" principal officers are at 3.7. cjod to choice. JiuOtil-VJ- . commcu to Frankfort- fir. ii.iiftl.Ti. 1, mbs Kxtr.is. (4 8525.. 0; Op--well-inform16J-&.- JOHN R. FISHER. Assistant City Treasurer of Newport. Ky., .)ump From n Moving Train at Koine, Not Iladly lluru Chattaxoooa, Tenn., Jan. 5. While the Southern railway train from Atlanta, was entering Rome, Ga., at an early hour Monday morning a passenger, clad only in his night clothes, tcok a flying leap from the platform of the sleeping coach and lay in an unconscious heap beside the track, until picked up by the crew. The man proved to be John R. Fisher, assistant city treasurer of Newport, Ky. He had been.in Jacksonville, Fla., for his health. On getting aboard his actions were remarked to be rather strange and the car door was locked, but at daybreak he escaped by climbing over the transom. It is believed that his mind was temporarily unbalanced by worry over business matters, although at intervals he talks very intelligently. Friends took him in charge as he was not dangerously hurt and sent him to Cincinnati Mondaj night. DOES IT APPLY? That's the Question Kecardlni; Local v cing. The Mlsln- - ;. 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July, May, 2'2e- - Corn January, SiJoa: 3 THE CLIMAX, S S-iL" 's -- 41 314 00. bulls, stag i and cows, 12.2S week ago Lewis (leorge Clark, who is and said to be the original of "George llar- - (S3", fresh cowsllvht. springers SO?40. , HOGS Prlmn MlAAtxv Was en- - medium. AISOOUS. hr,- nrimji VOUO .l.U, ..V.U i.O, ... ..i gaged, to travel with an Dncle Tom's t2 sssaoo. Prime, Sa733lM: eood. Cabin comnanv. lie started on th6 J eoE-on11.003! : .a too feeblo 'tlr; Uf50' tour last tce-Ier- WoolfolU's wife. Too KmMo for the Part. Lexixotow, Ky., Jan. 5. About "r. Cats July, 9. 1 January.JSj,"e: Mar, l8ch, Cattix Prime. 1100 60 lbs, I4 9i)as.l!): tiMj4 7j. tldr. lOOJtjino a lb. ?ia-j-- t ii: fjir. BOS1000 lbs- pooa, 12W21)lbs. CO - Jan. RUST'S 1 DR. COTTON R03T AND ii I Sh-c- .,", P :I .. ENKYnOYM. alwmTi relinbls niLLV, and si6 . "- to ftudtj&e "-"a- 3 il ,' k for ir.Bati re Female fall and sever lnlara." 4rM oa receipt of , I'Wmr&oid "fey to-ss- .home. , r,-- .- - - -- if j .1 - S2 J I V. k- -. rr- 1 x . - fUi . ft i&V -- fr- :z , ?.ir-r'-i "II . , vkal 1 CALtaa-HMf- tm - . W.G;nte, UNJBOTION.I' ia i to 4 Immo men or WANTED travel for responsible- - esnnlnk A positive DrerertlTe. Oin be o.fa ICt.h.i carried Invert pocket, all coo-- tablished house in Kentucky . Salary "ottoa ltoot aud PllU. Tiler BSTsr Plate In one email Backase. laaJIed ta mMatrmmM $780 and expenses. .. . Position permaAH ..&t.. .1 k. allrrftoa pvcipin 91 mj 4 ..eWr nent. Eeference." Enclose -The Bo43f .Bt.PH,Xat. stamped envelope. The r ' i. National, Star- - Insurance BIdg., dl&ta In effM4 PIGEON the Greatest THE AGEi daji. titiiK. MILK DlSCOVERY',1 OF nr hoi. R Inp 5. Pile OirimenU 25 and H b(3 fr j bucperDox. Japanese Uvtr Pelleti. 60 pilUi-25. TvUl euro all klddj of Piles. W .. K.1 Jtt . ha.vA'V.t.lK u wrnuiq UUTXW . n rlrr-ii--a suL' imaraMitee with J, JUT DoTe,to refund iui drees on receipt o price, ine Japanese mioth,moner If not cured- - Ilrtllf' to Cure Company, bt.PaaI, ,Mtni. J3nej8 G0e: and SI JAPANES -- le,! 6t'' SY. m.. TT-- -- Sffi-So- ld by G. White, DropRPst, Richmond, Ky. faithful ' Job Work All i 1 Mm frmej self-address- ed re U Qfeiegp' iXdXriv FTwmfei ttlitC rt"v"J w ' ' .J. i s " II riTglliifi " r rrmmmmmmWmvumS jMnTffiii affWlTrl" ' - - "