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Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax (Richmond, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897012001_sn86069161 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. , 5! Hit -"- ''-: II, . $-- n Excellent $ ADVERTISING MEDIUM. - f ( VOLUME X. ASK th rernvrrrd dyKcpTi , bilious Miueieis, victims if fevrr and uyuc, tile mercurial ilueakcd pal lent. Iiuw they healtli, tlieer-fu- l Kpiiiii. nnd nood appetite, they will tell 5 on by idling Slu- - ' mons l.ivn itkou LA I o ,5 I I f i I' "df " - C . TV f vcti. " -- . ' .!. - '" r" 1JOB WORK. .&- - - In L89T. MMEFULLY EXEGUTEDf Fej UEO. W. KII.EY Print NUMEER 33. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, Highest of all in Leavening Strength. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUAEY 20, :fcia . frT Ui TO DIPEOVE GIBRALTAR. Extensivo Plana of tho British miralty Bonis Bxocuted.- Sleditrrruncan to Do Made a ra Station Will Cost Slauy ililllous. 1 Ad- Ths Stronghold at tbe Entrance to tho Ka- Th Cheapest. Purest and Hest Pamlly Medicine In the VVcilJI Fnr DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jann-,te r. :ir.usatticksSICKHi:ADACHI?.r..lic. of Spirits. SOUIt STOMACH. Hea"' rr. etc. Tins unrivalled rcmrdy Is to Kindle pailulc .aar'ed Tint an contain n kubii.incc. but i f mineral UtKii kv. m 3 PURKL-- contain n;; those Southern Roots and llerhs i an all wise Providence ba pUced in v r - r.cs where Liver Disease mot prevail It will cure all Oisea-c- s cauceJ by Derangement of the l.lcr and How els. The sYilPTOMS "I huer Complaint are a b net or bid taste la the mouth; Vain in the J mof'en rmtai.en for Khcu-n- i Cads:n 5our Stomach; Los ot Appetite; llnwt salterriHte'v coVnennd lax; Headache; loss rX Memory, with a painful sensation ot havtnfj fa ed o do Kome'hin; which orght to hav" beeo done; Debility: Low Spirits, a thick ye w Uieb.inanJ Uyei. a dry mm .taken for Consumption I gi tr- -s many of these wjmptoms attend the sese. at rery few; but the Liver is -sRencm.ly the sei of the dis:ae. and it not kated in time, treat suffering. retcheJ-fie- a- - i OCA""H will ensue. Xr ( v w 115 highly esteemed persons attest to be "inrcs of b'mmons I ivcr W S Holt, Pres.l.a S K. ICCo,Kv I R 1 Perry, Ga : Col 15 k, parL. r. tia C Mas'erson EsqbHena UibbCo., lj , Hon A."xand-- r H. Stephens. lta-'. tested its virtues, personally, ani knwr that for Dyspepsia, lliliousncss and Ttr b"nR Headache it isthebest medicine the VEGETABLE. bsor SIGHT MISSIONS and all unnatural it acts powerfully and quicfclr. Cares m thoroughly explored. ItisatLamoillc, Cicrs fall. Yociv ncn rcpiin 3" m L, drains. Returns to former appearances youthful vlror. ATjii! j e. msn The mantle of a heroine has fallen on 16 miles south of Winona. f nnteed to Cure 3.Vrroune. X.nfc emaciated orpins . tho shoulders of Maria Barberi. With Nightly JTmls!ma. Iostit The entrance to the cavern is semiNo C. O D. fraud nor recipe deception. either i;x,all Falllnc Memory. VTasl'- -; other women she fearlessly rushed to circular, 50 feet wide and 20 feet high. raw, and VVnrJs off Insanl'y and cctxct-tftett of telj atrue or nsur If we could not enre, we would not send n Inilrerrtioit. ami Upon entering the fact is discovered the assistance of a Ion'& let drupgit lcipoo a worthless our medicine KRKK to try, and pay when Ton o neighbor who was burning on a bal- that the cave is a large room, oblong in it yields a greater profit. patisfietl. Write to day, as this may not .ngrEFErt'SNElSVIGOU. rrI3iit einl cony, 'infK'ca-rlolarcstpocScU plitc appear again. Address shape. This chamber is 100 feet long, cr. fcl per tor, or O tor s.1. wl h VI'-Although menaced herself by the runinng from side to side, and about nrKclrltten Gcinnteo to Curednj arcpMet free, bold by flames, Maria helped to beatoutthe fire 70 feet in width. The roof arches to Western Medicine Company, Krt-ASS'N , Cblci. t with her own hands and then wrapped a height of nearly 25 feet. The walls Sold by Richmond Drug Co. sad W. G. nCOSFOSlTED. Kalamazoo, 3Iich- a blanket about the body of the burned nre found to be a mass of Indian writ, woman. 24 23 eversaw Wetried fortyotherremejiel Wliite. ings. Ever since the jury declared her guiltte' 'tb mnionshiverl'epuIato'-.butnoneiTavAmongg the figures is that of a man I5e";u-lurethan ttmporarv relief; but the " less of the murder of her lover Maria nearly six feet long and well proporWho can thtak ' nt only relived, but cured u Ea Wanted-- An simple Idea ot some patent? TEiE&kAPH avu McSiENCER, Macon. Oa. has lived with her parents on the sec- tioned. A space, where the water has thing to (HM.FaLREOOVLy ilY Protect your ideas: ther may bring you wealth. ond floor of the big brick tenement at prevented people from marring, is litfw viui n&uu&noun J 11. ZCILN & CO.. Philadelphia Pa. S lVl.. Patent Attor- cert, Waahlojruin. No. 218 Bowery, New York city. On the erally covered with drawings of racC for their l.fD prixa offer and lilt ot two hundred InreaUons wasted. fourth floor the family of John Hogcn, coons, eagles, muskrats, beavers, rata printer, find their home. Hogan was tlesnakes of all lengths, birds, buffalo COLUMN. PROFESSIONAL absent the other evening, when his wife heads and hosts of other animals. B, R. R. R. !. started to prepare the lanps. In fillThe pictures are beyond a doubt the ing the lamp, some of the oil dropped work of Indian tribes, mostly the Sioux, MIS M LD ED GOLDEN. Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect Sunon her clothing, and w hile she was en- who lived in the region for day, Novemlier S, 1S06. gaged nt the kitchen stove her apron The pictures are thought tocenturies. be hiscaught fire. She dashed wildly about torical records of the tribe. If the HOPES OF ESCULAPIUS. 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. AND .77 MH.JlAPirrii 4vj am la.Tl JT.t EAST BOUND No, ,, y ,.,, No, , , ...jiiit, .iui "'!' " be translated they might Or. Thomas Powell Claims to Hare Ascermarks TYPEWRITER. Ex Suo Ex Sun Ex Sao KxSun the screaming from ., room, and their bring a great deal of hidden Indian Ins- Laws ot Life. tained the George Thorpe, - - Kentucky. cries, as wen as tuose oi uie uuruiujj tory to public light. Some of the picm. JlU IIMOND, - A r AM. a. k What Esculapius sought after Versailles 6 40 8 js 10 25 woman, alarmed the tenants. tures are very complex, a new one apof years ago and what his dis 11 Lo Street, between Main and Nichoiasville 10 11 7 35 Maria Barberi, seated in the little COVERING 20,000 MILES. Valley 11 30 10 55 7 5S Water, rear of Dillingham building, Million View iinww'. pearing in the same place every few ciples have constantly tried for since 'Offm adjoining A .R g-room 8 11 11 45 11 20 on the second floor, was then Dr. Thomas Powell asserts he G"orgo r. Carl, of San Francisco, Beaches Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds among the first to hear the cries. She minutes as one studies the spot. 8 30 of blacksmithing promptly in the best Richmond. 1230pm i 05 has discovered. He declares that he h is Brooklyn on Ills Long Bicycle Journey. 12 aO Unior. 12 50 grabbed a blanket from the bed and ran OPENING FOR"AMERICAN TRADE. at AT0K1"3 7 George F. Carl, of San Ftancisco, ar- workmanlike manner. last ascertained the laws of life, and Moberljr 12 Si upstairs. Beaching the top floor she Good Opportunity for BrassficM .. 11 S7 on his 38 HORNED RHINOCEROS DEAD. Merchants and if his claims prove correct the human rived in Brooklyn the other day n PanoIa a i5 was confronted by a crowd of 12 42 C P. BOBXAM. Manufacturers in Martinique Island. race will install him as one of its great- 20,000 milo bicycle tour through the imne iU W. S. MOBEKLKY 3 20 Was tenants. Itare nnd falnablo Animal Its The erroneous impression in AmeriUnited States, Mexico, Canada, the est benefactors. III ISo Mounted. Skeleton ff'JRNAM f MOBERLEY. Mrs. Ilogan had been out on a bal- can .mercantile circles No. 2. No. 4. No. ft. N0.10 that catalogues According to the theory of Dr. Pow- West India islands and South America There has just died at the Barnum cony, and was running up and down, a. printed in the English language will WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun discovered a way to insure for a purse of $4,CC0 and the receipts ell Bailey winter quarters a.t Bridgepillar of flame, when Maria, with the help the sale of goods in Martinique the he has against the predisposition to of a banquet to be given by the ltiver-sid- e K. 0. DIVISION. system A. M r. H. r. M. A. M. niL'HMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. port, Conn., the only white blanket about her shoulders, clambered leads Consul Tucker, who represents disease. But it is not his claims ;o 3o lrine 3 40 Athletic club of San Francisco Panola Thinoceros in this country, and, with out to her. Maria tossed the blanket the United States in that island, to inJS 4 ,3 I.v Effect March 1, 1S96. ofph e in Barmm Building, recently much that have provoked the interest should he prove successful. The arti. . Bras6eM 2 4 40 one exception, the only anianal of his tiU Durnim. over the woman, and with her own Moberljr 2 it . 5 10 form tho state department that French of science as his practical demonstra- cles of agreement expressly stipulated I.V. express ior Cincinnati, ap.v captivity. Tbe other particular kind in Union hands tore away faome of the burning alone is spoken and read there, and he tions. Tor the last three days he has that the tourist was to follow the rules 21" j 13 Days. Richmond 6 03 Viitvsviiip. 2 35 u i i A. M. tans. 5 40 3 co animal is in Europe and Mr. Bailey clothing. It was not, however, uutiL -- 23 Million . 6 30 2 So 3 30 Chester and Lexington Bajah, the big elephant which be- nearly all of Mrs. Ilogan's clothing was suggests that trade catalogues and inoculated himself with the germs of laid down or forfeit the purse of S4.000. hopes to secure him to replace the one Valley View 6 34 S 37 3 45 d The young man was. put under oath to 6.25 man. 7.33 NicholasYille 6 58 longs to a circus wintering at Kansas lemoved that the last spark of firo was prico lists printed in French would consumption, diphtheria aud typho 6 jS 4 10 that 'has just died. Versailles S 3; 4 55 7 53 Cincinnati Paris, Mays- City, Mo., has been trying to Ihen up extinguished. Her body was fright- probably create a market in certain fever, yet he is perfectly healthy and start from tho club house May 20 at The rhinoceros, known as the white Attorney- lines at this time. Steam fire engines has suffered, he says, and notthe slight- noon without a cent, cover 0,000 miles P. M. ville. Winch ester and r. M. T.U. A.M. A. M. specimen, was Iwught in 1SSG, just after the long dull days at the quarters ocfully burned. 2.05 Lexington mail. within 12 months, not to beg, borrow IlHiniOXI). - - KENTUCKY. needed, and he believes est trouble from the experiments. 1.05 the big fiTe at the winter quarters in cupied by the animals. The interior of Maria Barberi was the first to think of are particularly Trains between LouistiIIc and Versailles daHy. Science has decided that the system or steal, and to pay all expenses while Livingston, London, Jel- building has been fitted up with nn the olive oil, which was in the closet one or more could be sold to the municitill iver Taylor's Hardware store, Bridgeport. It was not really wliite, the Trains between Cincinnati and NichetasY'H 1.10 hco, PmeviIIe. attempt in a perfectly healthy condition is im- on the trip by money earned in a le12 55 Viurt House, on Main Street. of a pale pink color. It was eye to the warmth and comfort of the downstairs. She hurriedly secured the pality of St. Pierre if a proper but was daily. pervious; to the attacks of bacilli, but gitimate manner. In addition to this Fast line for Livingston, A. M. beasts. This fall hundreds of bales o bottle and tenderly applied the content's were made by American manufactur30 years old and died of old age. An Ail trains connect with Southern inthing has the tourist is to accumulate S 500 inde11.43 Londou.Jellico.Knoxville 3iy and from Louisville, and with the C.Railway to N. O. atl. autopsy was hold on the remains to hay wore stacked up around the walls to the burns. The other women in ers. He has also had a number of and beyond this point little if anj decp:r pendent of expenses. II It I!)i;;, In each town Dr. Powell goes buggies been known. p. . P. to and from Cincinnati A. VI. Fast line for Cincinnati. learn tlie cause of death. Two years and against the cages to keep out the the house then helped her apply tempo- quiries regarding ecarriages, citj- to be v isited it is obligatory upon 3 19 Pans purchasers, and an ar.d says he believes he has discovered or inchester. 11.43 You can spend five hours in Louisville, about x ITTOHXEY AT LAW. ago the animal was in Colorado with the cold. A big stove in, the center of the rary bandages until an ambulance came wagons by would-bopening for business in stationery is the secret of gaining and continuirg him to mail a letter to the secretary of r vi Row land Lancaster and A. 51 hours in Cincinnati or 13 hours in Lexington and bhow. The climate affected its lungs, ' loom, is kept glowing night and day. from Gouverneur hospital. Kentucky Tin iimond. 25 Stanfortl. 10:10 return to Richmond at 8:30 p. m. also pointed out-- The consul hopes the enjoyment of perfect health. He the club, with the name of some reThe monotony of his existence beand since Chat time it has been giadual- sponsible citizen attached, or go before coming intolerable, Bajah snapped his American concerns w ill seize the oppor- says he believes his discovery will ha,-GERMANY'S NEW ARTILLERY. ly growing' weaker. The skeleton and diver( oihre Xi IS First St. up Mais tunity he offers for building up a profit- the effect to make those diseases whit h a notary public and make an affidavit hwle has been sent to the Museum of chain and started out for a little rinished Long Since, But Kept In Sus- able trade. have been considered incurable curable, giv ing date of arrival, etc. So far Carl sion. Tie seemed to thirk the stoe Natural Tlibtory in New York, where pense Waiting for France. has covered 10,000 miles. From BrookA favorable opportunity to enlarge and those curable cases caiser to cu.-needed some attention, and toward it (.liWT i: LILLY. the bones will be mounted and the hide Preparations are being made for suplyn he will go to New York and sail to now. afthan when he market, abroad will le stufTed. All the remains of rare ani- he was makingbj-with a rush German army with the new the American Dr. Powell intends lecturing the ear y the West India islands, touching JaATTOR2TM- a i. . jr. w as headed off his keeper. The bales plying thefinished long since, but kept forded by the opening of the Central mals that die at the quarters are sent to artillery, maica, Barbadoes, Trinidad, city of Guat- part of next month on his discovery. of hay were the next object of tho elKentucky. the museum in New York, being a gift it is Germany's in- American exposition at the Kit II MOM) Dominica, Martinique, and ephant's playfulness, and these he in suspense, since the first step, but to emala on the 13th of March next. Tho OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND "WINTER from tie proprietors to that institution. hurled about like so many chips. Sev- - terest not to take and the follow ing places in South BALLOTS FOR JEFF DAVIS. Guatemalan minister, Mr. made a comcages containing small animal3 wait until France has had already, states that all the foreign governments OQcinl Announcement That tho Dci.d America: Demerara, Cayenne, ParamflW. W. corner Mmji and Pfconii KILLS MICE AND ROACHES. eral aribo, Caracas, Isthmus of Panama and Pr.fit, up mhk.s Wi'i praciir1 ill Jill next received attention from him, and mencement. Germany have been asked Confederate Received 80 Votes. tli- f Maiij-o- n adjuinin Individual Guarantees to Keep Houses these were toppled over. The screams years ago, laid down a system of new of Europe and America he cannot state nirt- nil Davis, although gone, is not for- thence up the Pacific coast to San Franto send exhibits, but Jeff iiu-cannon to be introduced if one chief Euand Ctiurt of Apixals. Free from the Fests. of the occupants w ere taken up by the how far the invitations have been ac- gotten by some of his former adherents cisco. newest industries to be other animals, and, what with shriek- ropean power should adopt One of the cepted. in the south, as shown by the retunu OUR COAST DEFENSES. .M started in Chicago is the extermination ing, howling, chattering, squawking, aitillery. CII'NAn.l for presidential electors at the electicn All preparations, upon a large scale, GIVES BACK HER FORTUNE. Kew York Chamber of Commerce Will of mice and cockroaches in houses. A the roar of lions and the yells of tigers, field November 3, 1806. visAT THE ATTORNEYS AT .Jill bend Delegates to Tampa Convention. man w ho has hard work trying to find jKuidemonium reigned. The elephant had been made, before the emperor Oc- Only Daughter of Clans Spreckels In an According to the provisions of ana:t ited Krupp's works at Essen last The New York chamber of commerce an exterminator declares he has finally trumpeted a heavy bass accompaniIndependent Mood. congress the secretary of state has RtCIIM VI1, of M"l 0 f9 tober, so that Germany is now able to discovered the secret and is now pre- ment. the filed the certificates of the governor of has named a committee of three to atMrs. Emma Sprcckels-Watsocommence immediately and finish withw ork. convention at Tampa, Fla., on Clans Spreckels, Arkansas showing that he has can- - tend the pared to guarantee his The keeper boldly attacked his Im- ,. Ill tr (till. on whole only daughter of Mr. sugar king, whose secret vasscd and added up the votes cast for January 20, to consider what should be lie takes contracts by the year to charge, but as he approached Bajah in the strictly assigned time the n 1T. an.i of new artillery, and, in- the millionaire - done to strengthen the defenses of the Watson, a San keep flat buildings, private dwellings with a heated poker the beast caught manufacture France in the marriage to Mr. Thomas society agog, the office of presidential and vice prcs and other places free from mice and him with his trunk and hurled him sev- deed, to even overtake Francisco broker, has set Ve will move on or about January 15th to our New Quarters, lately dential electors at the election of tins Sulf an(1 aih Atlantic harbors. The Philadelphia chamber of commerce will occupied by Henry Klein fc Son, next door to the Farmers National Bank, own volition returned to her several counties of Arkansas on Tues-dacockroaches. lie will not disclose his j eral feet in the air. By this time other production. five years France has has of her During the last bonds, etc, which secret, but he is confident, that he haj attaches of the shovr, who had been atNovember 3. After the names of also send representatives. Tbe Tampa which is now being fitted up for us. "We will have the best line of endeavored by false state- father all property, Clothing. Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Etc., ever brought to ATT0ll'H i r r. i ir a good tiling. lie asks no pay if he docs tracted by the disturbance, arrived on repeatedlythe press to induce Germany he had placed in her name. These gifts the eight electors who received the convention, according to advices from Uov. .Mitchell, of t Ionda, will assemoic Richmond at prices lower than any were, house in the town. We will save not keep the place entirely free from the scene, and with the aid of heated ments in Kfvt-r- k - Rit'itttf order to amounted to nearly $2,000,C00 andsingle highest number of votes cast, givirg on January 20 and last several days. you money. Don't fail to call on us.other to accelerate the matter in the little pests that make the lives of pokers, hooks and iron bars succeeded profit from the German experiments. it is said, relinquished with a the state to Bryan, there appears the Mrs. Watson after name "Jeff Davis," with SO votes to his One of the subjects to be discussed is iix driving Bajah to his corner, wnere housewives a burden. statements all proved false, and stroke of the pen by I 0llr-rtiuisolicitHe uses, no dangerous compounds, Men's Suits at $2.75, worth ?10.00. he showed the white flag and begged Those sole consequence that German her marriage. It is reported, says tho credit, for president and vice president. the necessity of rehabilitating the had the Dry Men's Overcoats at ?2.75, worth $8.00. but declares his process is perfectly for mercy under the blows and punish- military authorities watched this ques- San Francisco Examiner, that Mr. It has been a matter of current hU- - fortifications on the and Tortugas, oneBoys' Suits at $1.00, worth $3.00. for the estabharmless. He goes through the prem- - ment administered by his conquerors. tion with special attention. torv for many years that some of the Florida kevs, is Spreckels was opposed to his daugh PHT'SICIJlilS Bows' Knee-PaSuits 73e., worth democratsare still lishing of a naval station there. Dry ises once a month and oftcner if neces It w as with difficulty that the rest of, learned on the highest authority Itthat ter's union with Watson and that upon i ojj $1.50. votinir for Andrew Jackson in the Tortugas is CO miles west of Key West, sity requires, butsays he usually makes the beasts were consoled, and peace and the imperial government w ill shortly his chiding her for her seeming ingrati Men's Shoes 75c., worth $1.25. the nlace so hot that it will not hold- ciuiet again prevailed in the menagerie. lay before the reichstag an additional tude in marrying against his wishes backwoods of Kentueky and Tennes- and is considered the key to the Gulf of DI1. II. IX. GIBSOX, Ladies' Shoes 75c., worth $1.25. m$ destrucup her fortune, and see, but it remains for Arkansas total :c Mexico. The harbors that are receivbadly, but it is hoped not The keeper is she decided to give the slimy "water" bugs or the Cloaks $2.50, worth $10.00. budget demanding over 200,000,000 did so, it is understood upon the ad- a new departure by casting votes for ing particular attention are those of vermin after the first seriously, hurt. g tive PHYSICIAN AND nRiJEUu, Calicoes 3cts. a yard. marks for the introduction of vice of her husband. the alleged president of the defunct Charleston.Savannah, Key West, Pensa-colOuting Flamben 3cts. a yard KhXIUCKV or second onslaught. artillery in the army. Rl. UM in n CHRISTENS THE YOUNG LIONS. Mobile, New Orleans and GalvesBoys' Caps Sets. Hose 4cts. pair. confederacy. FOR SPAIN. WARSHIPS CELESTIAL PHENOMENON. ton. Business men of these cities, as Kid Gloves 40cts. Juno's Lively Offsprings Bear tho. Names TO BUILD A TEMPLE. BEING BUILT. well as New York, Philadelphia and GREAT WINE VAT Don't forget the place. of Diana. Brutus and Pompey. itfire in the Joe t". Jins ImiMlnp, ig and o SecFour Torpedo Boats Being Constructed, Sky Overcast with Plnlincss, Making the Select a, Site ond strret, ortiWi e eW lnstnre. The recent arrivals at the Lincoln Theosonhlsts to In California. at Some on the Clyde for That Country. Calif ornlans Resolve to Throw the Heidel- other towns, will be represented and Earth Appear to Be on Fire. Point their conclusions will be presented to berg Cask In the Shade. A Spanish naval commission, con- park (Chicago) zoo which have blessed celestial phenA most remarkable A college for the .revival of the lost The largest oak wine vat in the world congress. sisting of Marquis dc Mosa and several the union of Juno and Leo, the mysteries of antiquity, such as has not omenon was visible at New Orleans CIAS. HO'.iKEU, is being set up by the California Wine officers, is at present in London watch- Nemaean lions, have been christened GUNBOAT IN MINNESOTA. existence for more than 1,000 about seven o'clock the other morning. l ETMIINAIIY I'RaiWN, ing the progress of the building of war- by Keeper Sweeney. Juno's tawny off- been in to bo built in uaiuornia. xnis j Thick, heavy clouds were rolling and it association at the Lachman cellar en Belief That It Was Itnu Into That Region CxUfji. any orders that spring', who have just camjfleted their years, is 'ilrrtv-irBrannan street in San Francisco. ships and awaiting Grivinnlr Oulan- been chosen because the was as dark as it usually is an hour and About the Year 1600. The famous Heidelberg cask is a baby Spain may give here. A member of the ninth week of existence, now bear the state has theosophists, and, in fact, all occultists a half earlier. Suddenly the sky was by tbe side of the newcomer, which has An old Spanish gunboat was discommission informs the press that four storied names of Diana, Brutus and pinkness and Vetrnnary Deitlitry jml tttnlit) a Specialty. generally, believe that it is the cradle overcast with a peculiar HcKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. y cottage covered upon tho farm, of Charles torpedo boat destroyers ate now I cirg Pompcy. Since the days of their birth of the coming race. The funds for tbe the rays reflected gave the earth the the proportions of a OTi e up stairs over New YorV Slore, cornel Brown, between Olivia, - -- the little beasts have been remarkably Main and Kim streets. Richmond novll-l- y constructed on the Clyde for the Spanappearance of being on. fire. The re ttad on the bottom of which fourqui-drill- e Island, and hundreds Minn., and Bird erection of the temple have been sub- of people are sets could be danced with ease. ish government and that two other lusty and now they have attained the .n.:i,a1 C11.I1 nn InRfitiitinn nns thf. markable display lasted perhaps ten ....... .,.. ""-- " flocking to the place. Joseph Bagne "" Mm- !. class B7AS of a cat and all the British-buivessels of the same n: minutes, out It was siaruing uurmg its The Heidelberg wonder has a capacity struck the vessel while digging a well, nnd f . They have al- tof 50,000 gallons, while this San Franare ready to be placed in commission, gturdiness of a only institution of the existence. 11 was louoweu uy u ueitu cisco anonster is built for S0.0C0 gallons. and teams have completely uncovered seen by uie ready developed large tangs ana ni- - it will be the ...I Following the example waters of Lake Pontchar-traifTVftrt nV.1r4 I 11.. tL gale and the driven in and overflowed n Tho huge ca.sk is oval shaped on the it. Its armament comprises five cane e v'mnvtre t. an OftVe OoHnicHn :"V ' American navy department the British tack the dainty morsels of flesh which ' kvxl will be open to all, withoutcliarge. were Telephone at residence (the "rr place! on provides with all the lege hnvr, decided to use v,,.n,r i nuthnriti ground and measures 27 by 30 feot non and two mortars. Cannon balls I'ro.dwa . March several leading theosophists Spanish Fort and all the roads leading of Harveyued steel ferocious voracity of the grown mem- - j Next lake, in some places in each direction, vvihile the great stavus and bombshells were found in largo - - Kentucky nickel steel instead Richmond, who are touring the world will arrive from the city to the rise to a height of 20 feet and nre froat numbers. Tho boat is a very old one. 0f their family. or.nprro reaching a depth of three feet. for the protection of the warshir-- s now c!,i elQrt iht ,C1 The impression is that the boat waa "u" , .7 n ,, 2'- - to 3 inches in thickness. The wood 4t,a construction. The little animals are the constant under 1 20 tons and tho iron run up into this region about 1G00, when DR. O. A. KEXXKHY, eyes used will wcleh cynosure of hundreds of juvenile MONKEY FARM IN FLORIDA. Failure of French Vessels. . hoops would turn the scales at six toii3 a much larger proportion of tho state that watch their frolic piiY.su 7 t V I.Vf' -- ' vas under water. The gunboat was failures of lighted interest, while Juno exhibits i 6Pllists wll( starte1 from New York Jersey Slan Cures Their Meat for Epi- - or over. The frequent dismal Kkntttky. French vessels of war is chiefly due to cures uuu ujrsJubitjB. found directly on Birch Cooley creek, ui i,uu imu RiciiMOsn. matron, On JUne U to muitc a. wm brotherhood. ' all tho jealousy of a solicitous a successful monkey farm has been Horses and Motors. teaching theosopby and which at that time wasjio doubt a navchanges of naval administrations, each A Vcnorablo Club. In. England it is estimated that the igable river. , Alain Street, nj new one having its particular hobby to Thev are Mrs. K. A. Tingieyj wno is established in the loriut Jivergiaae3 .inMing, No. Have removed to theOiTice lb TMnill. In Lexington, Ky., there isaehib the at present the leader olthe theosophists by W. W. Jacobus, of Brick Church, N cost of fodder for a horse traveling if) stain Office hors 11 . an i . , .iWiek ride. The blame for overweight, Disgrace for Bad Graduates. ships is therefore not to bo youngest member of which is 89 years and the successor of Mme. Blavatsky; J., who, has succeeded in raising a breed miles a day is twopence per mile, while When a graduate of Cambridge unilaid to the constructors, but rather qld. All the others are over 90. The Mr. Judge, Mr. E. T. Hargrove, presi- of monkeys whose meat, when properly a motor wagon of 21, horse power ca-- i versity, England, commitsa crime, the mi. JOHX M. FOSTER, regularly for purposes of dent of the Theosophical Society of dressed, is found to be most beneficial be driven the same distance at the exclub meets Kentocky upon the superiors,. authorities of ths university take his Richmond. America; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Falls for epicures and dyspeptics. Mr. Ja pense of half a penny per mile. mutual improvement and social pleasure. degree from him and strike his name ns a Barometer. Camphor N. Patterson and F. Pierce, cobus and his partner in the enterprise. Wright, Moonlight. from the rolls of the alumni. A piece of camphor gum is a very, tour of the Andrew Craig, capitalist, of Philadel- These were joined on their Telephone at office and residence. Oldest Industrial Finn. If the whole sky were filled with ftJl good indicator of what tie weather is world by Mrs. Alice Cleatner, wile oi phia, Ta., and Capt. Bew, and U. B. moons, the light would be no brighter A mixture. One door above their old stand, where "Probably the monastery of La Grande going to be. If, when the camphor is army, and Schultz, of Punta Basa, Fla., have they will welcome all of their Old The Corsicans of the present day are P" W. EVANS M- .. which lies 14 miles from Col. Cleather, of the British daylight. exposed to the air, the gum remains Chartreuse, Customers and as many voted a large portion of the last year than that of ordinary Mr. Williams, of England. descended from Phoenicians, Greeks, dry, the weather will be fresh and dry, Grenoble, among theFrench mountains, as will take advanto putting the monkey farm in a pay- Carthaginians, Romans, Vandals, Goths, Boston's Houses. is the oldest industrial firm in the tage of the reduced i jug condition, and arc now about but if the gum absorbs the moisture to A Bain Tree. Arabians, Italians and A late count shows that Boston hts Visigoths, SoitGEON, was founded PilYMCIAN AND and seems damp, it is nn indication of world. This monastery price they aro In, one of the Canary islands there fs market a large output of meat. French. 61.000 houses. about 10SO. making all - - - - Kentucky. rain. Richmon-d- . a tree that as evening comes on quite through EngUshwoman is Honored, frequently rains down a copious shower their A young woman has received the foliage. This of water from its tufted line DR. T. J. TAYLOR, BO YEARS a pool at the base of the tree, usual honor of the freedom of a CONSISTING OF EXPERIENCE. Prattilianrr in Medicine nnd Satgery, natives use for drinking vva- - don guild. She is a daughter of Lord the NEW YORK WORLD, Amherst of Hackney, and having writ-Th- e Kentucky Boots of all description, ter. it being absolutely pure and fresh. Richmond leaves have innumerable little ten a "nistory of Gardening in K EDITION. Hats, Caps, Dfilcc and residence on Third street. on their margins, and through land," has just been thus honored by 1 11 " For good health? Why experiment with unknown Worshipful Company of Gardeners. the Shirts, Neckwear, IS6 Papers a Year. these the water flows, 18 Pajes a Week. I remedies when you have at your hands a means of Underwear, Collars, Cnifs, relief about which there is no uncertainty a remedy 89 DSNTAL STJS.S22.T. l Leprosy lnIcelnnd. SHno Burns Twelve Year. TRADE MARKS. It stands first among "wecklr" papers In that has been tested and found true by thousands of Umbrellas, A writer in the Lancet says that coa miae at Nevv Straitsville, O., DESICNS, I people? and freshness, I size, frequency of publication COPYRICHTS tc. 12 years ago, leprosy is more prevalent in Iceland sssssssW set nfiro by strikera r,rfpt .nil rMialitUt,- nt onntnljt. It ifi lirneii- Rubbers o! all kinds. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, Anyone Bending a sketch and description may than is commonly supposed, there be- - on- - vaa nfterwards abandoned. It is cally a daily si the low price of a wceUy; and quickly actruin, frco, "belter an loTentton la probably patcntablo. Communications strictly Call and see them at their new place, ing about 200 cases at present. DENTAL SURGEON, its vast list of subscribers, extending to every tni burning. confidential. Oldest aeoccy feer ecortng- patents In America. We hare a Washington office. one door above their old stand at the Farley House. Kentucky State and Territory in the Union and foreign Richmond, Patents taken through Jlunn d Co. recelro 1 er e' ''-e- Al-ta- e u- -- a I S mgton says Attention has lately been directed by the British admiralty to the necessity of greatly enlarging the docking and coaling facilities for its British Mediterranean fleet, and a programme has been completed which contemplates making Gibraltar one of the most important of her outlying naal stations. The continued increase of battleships and cruisers of formidable dimensions makes it necessary, the admiralty find?, to enlarge the docking capacities at a number of stations, so that ships of tie largest size can be readily docked without the delay incident to sending them to ports remote from their stations. Gibraltar is one of the coaling stations which is now receding the attention of the admiralty owing to its deficiency in dock and other accommodations for the lefitting of warships, and its lack of protection against attack from the sea. Malta for y ears has been the chief British naval station in southern Europe and will continue to be the most important in the eastern part of the Mcdi-- I terranean, but it is now proposed to make Gibraltar not only a formidable fortress, but a naal station, throughly protccted, where ships can be safe in an emergency and receive all necessary repairs. The construction of these formidable works has already begun with, the employment of about 4,000 workmen of all classes, who are kept at work under the special charge of superintendents sent out from England by the admiralty authorities, who control everything connected with this important work. The estimated cost of the project is several million pounds sterling nnd at least five jears will be consumed before it is completed. -. New York Sun special from Wash- - FATHER OF THE NEXT HOUSE. Speaker Reed Will Add This to Ills Other Distinctions. Tho fallier of the present house is old Judjje Culberson, of Texas, who entered the Porty-fourt- h congTess in 1873 and lias served ever since. He will not congress, he a memberof the Fifty-fift- h r.nother democrat, John W. Crawford, having been elected to succeed him. Mr. JJeed befran his service in the Fortv- j Latest U. S. Gov't Report. IS STILL AFLOAT. Report That Robinson Crusoe's Island Had Disappeared Denied. Capt. Slocum, the Noted American Skipper, Touches at the Spot Made In Fiction Found Thirty-Fiv- e Families There. Ti,-xno-us RoYai IS NOW A HEROINE. Maria Barbori Gogs to tho Help of u Woman Bpinff Burned Alivo. Acquitted olnrdcrcss nt Great Risk of Her Oira Life Onenches Flumes That 'Envelop tho Helpless and Terrified form of a Neighbor. A ATTOKSZYS-AT-hA- two-horne- d occu-pi-- d 0 fifth congress in 1877, and has never missed a reelection. He will, therefore, be the oldest member of the next house in point of continuous service, says the rhGalelphS:a Inquirer. Congressman Ifarmer, of Philadelphia, entered congress in 1871, and would be entitled to the, distinction so long held by Judge Kellej-- , of Philadelphia, were it not for the fact that he failed of election to congress. the Gen. Bingham, of Philadelphia began his congressional career in 1S79, two years later than Speaker Becd, and will share with Benton McMillin, of Tennessee, the distinction of being the oldest members on the floor of the house. "Uncle Joe" Cannon, of Illinois, came to Washington as a member of congress in 1S73, thus the Forty-thir- d antedating Mr. Beed, but Cannon's constituents refused to ireelect him to the congress because of an alTif leged ulgar remark which he made in a speech during tho exciting debates session. of the stormy Fifty-firGalu.sha A. Grow, of Pennsylvania, will be the only member of the next house who can boast that his congressional record bejran 45 years ago. There is a hiatus in his legislative career, howh ever, as ho skipped from the congress. to the Fifty-thir- d But, as the indications ore Mint Speaker Beed will be reelected as presiding officer of tho next house, although not without some show of opposition, through the death of Charles F. Crisp, Mr. Grow will be pointed out to visitors of the as the only living house of representatives now in congress, having presided over the deliberations of the lower branch of the h congress. republican congresA sional leader, whose attention was called to Speaker Beed's double distinction, declared that it will be the first time in the history of congress, so far as he knew, w here the title of "father of the house" has been held by a speaker. ELEPHANT ON PLEASURE BENT. Injects n Little Life lito tho Dull, Wintry Forty-fourth st Vg&n& AB&OMJTELV V Baking Powder ajE cavernnear winona. current for crystallizing pure carbon into diamonds of great size. While it 'has been possible for some years to jTnake pure diamonds by using carbon, ,those made have been too small to be of iany commercial value. DIAMONDS TO BE MADE. Water Power of Niagara, Tails to Be fJisM In Crystallizing Pure Carbon. A Washington scientist will build a laboratory at Niagara Falls and use the We Send it FREE! ,N' ,A'4 ..Is Covered with EtranRO Flsares Mentioned by Explorer Carver. Jonathan Caneiv one of the first explorers of the northwest, makes mention in one of his books of a large cave with walls covered with Indian picture writing near the southern boundary of Minnesota. A Winona scientist has just located this cave, nnd it has been fellow-woma- j Thirty-sevent- who is voyaging around the world alone in a small yawl, tells of his visit to Bobinson Crusoe's island, Juan Fernandez, off the coast ot Chili, on his way across the Pacific. At Valpara'so he had heard the reports that the islands had disappeared, but he foirad them all right. He said there wtre 35 faniiljes on the island, prosperous and happy. Bobinson Crusoe's cave was still intact. Capt. Slocum said the report of the disappearance of the island originated with a Chilian skipper who had been sent to the island with a cargo of supplies for the inhabitacts there. Among the supplies was an of spirits, and the skipper freely helped himself. The result was that from the moment the vessel left Valparaiso he could not bo sobered up long enough to take nn observation of the sun and determine the position of the ship and the course that should be taken to reach tbe islands. None of tie crew except the drunken skipper understood navigation. The mate, after sailing about for several days in the spot where he thought the islands should be, turned the bow of his vessel toward the east ani, picking up some landmarks along tho coast, found his way back to port. Tho drunken skipper for an excuse for the failure of his vovage said that the islands had dropped out of sight. Capt. Slocum, the American skipper v 1 A I "llvj-f- er ,.,,!' sittinpanic-stricke- ."" co, thon-san- ds serted by the scientist of Washington that he has devised a plan by which precious stones of any size can be niade. The diamonds heretofore made were fused by using impure carbon, that of commerce, such as willow charcoal. Dr. B. II. Jolinstone, of Washington, discards such methods, and will use only Ube element provided by nature that is, the pure carbon found jn mines all over the country. Real diamonds those dug in their natural state are merely the crystallization of this pure carbon made by a process which is supposed to have occupied many millions of years. Dr. Johnstone, adopting nature's method, proposes to turn out stones which will vie in beauty and purity with those from the fields of South Africa. He will require at least 0,000 volts of electricity to crystallize tjbe carbon, and that is a power not easily obtained anywhere except at Niagara. The pure carbon he finds in the coal and other mines about the country, for itcxists in large quantities and can be purchased cheaply. With this carbon and this immense power of electricity at his hand Dr. Johnstone states that he can so crystallize the first tihut he can turn out within a few days a stone that nature could not fashion in millions of years. The diamonds which will come from this laboratory will be of great size, for the doctor expects to make them from the size of a pea to that of the great Kohinoor, tho most famous gem of the world. It is now ns- - Ky., Recommends -- TOWright's Celerv Capsules. Slielbwille, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box of Young and Old. 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The Climax Printing tD.MLLEtT' It is authoritatively denied that Go. the United States and Spain have concluded an agreement regarding terms to be offered the insurgents for the settlement of the rebellion. v a E. Proprietor nd Editor. WOODS, Associate Editor. PRICE PER IN ADVANCE, WEDNESDAY, ... YEAR, O B 1.50. $1.25 1897. JANUARY 20, ADVSETISINa EA7ES. ' SPACE. O D 5 H s : 3 4 llnch. ido)i joS2iJ$4Jo(7 i Inches, j 75 a jo 3 50 7 00 5 Inches. Inches. Inches. X ''ol V 3 50 Jrol s Col Col 300 350 400 Z ::::. 3: 5 t o 5 : : H sr S x 0 B : " r " g S. S v patriotic statesman and should mourn that she was not permited to retrieve the error committed when his district turned him down politically gome years ago. Ho was probably the best Congressman Louisville ever had. The Republican press, so howling every time any disturbance When Albert S. Willis, minister to Honolulu died, Kentucky lost a 2 2 s f r i o- - i 1 fotnl of ed : ." i : : 3 50 5 00 . 00 13 1000 15 6os 400 500 600 600 so 00 ucn 15 7 50 9001300270040006000 80 001 001 900 s8 00 00 00 00 19 00 33 00 11 15 ti 270c oo 50 23 35 28 75 34 50 40 co 17 00 17 75 34 50 50 00 32 30 42 00 60 00 soc 00 notices 10 cents a line for fir Insertion, s cents a line for each additional insertion er and similar mat-tObituaries, resolutions of at half rates. No spect6ed position. B9rRediiic through the management of public affairs by the Democrats, should now turn their attention to the Hopkins-vill- e Insane Asylum and the management of the Eddyville brancli penitentiary. There they will find alleged incompetency and unfaithfulness to public duty by Republicans. to us every week freighted with good news items, changed hands last week, Mr. James R. Broadhurst retiring. Given an opportunity to express his gratitude for favors extended him by the paper's patrons, Mr. Broadhurst also gracefully bespeaks the well wishes of the people for his successors, Messrs. W. T. and J. J. Adams, and C. C. Madden. The latter with equal courtesy express the hope that the retiring proprietor will achieve in his business ventures the success which his irre- Mr. A. Woolstein is in Cincinnati purchasing a line of dry goods. Miss Katio Blanton has prolonged her visit to friends at Harrodsburg. Mr. John McClintock is the guest of his sister, Mrs. C. N. Fithian, in Paris. Miss Moody Porter, of Lancaster, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Turpin. Miss Lida Bradford, of Augusta, is the attractive guest of Miss Minnie Wagers. Hon. John D. Harris spent Thursday with his daughter, Mrs. C. M. Clay, Jr., at Paris. Mr. Chas. S. Powell was in Louisville several days last week on business. Mrs. R. C. H. Covington had for a guest last week Miss Lou Roberts, of Owenton. Mr. David Martin leaves this week for Barboursvillo, W. Va., to visit The Winchester Sun. which comes CANDIOATCS ANNOUNCEMENT- - CIKCUIT JUDC5K. relatives. T. J. Scott is a candidate for reelection to the office of Circuit Judge in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject to the action of the Demo- Ida McCollum is the guest of her sister, Mrs. William Rice, at Miss cratic paaty. nouncement of himself as a candito the office of date for Commonwealth's Attorney in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject proachable character, worth and to the action of the Democratic ability merit. party. It is mere matter of conjecture FOB JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. what the policy of the incoming adI hereby announce myself a candidate for Judge of the Madison Coun- ministration will be, but it is given out that MoKinley ty Court, subject to the action of the intends to subordinate everything to Democratic narty. I. II. Sullivan. the passage of a high protective tariff bill, having, it is said, determined FOR JAILER. to hold up appointments if necessary Jaroe C. lackey is a cnndiilnte for to carry his point. Jailer of Madison county, subject to the "And yet," says the Stanford Action of the Democratic party. d Democrats A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer helped to elect this man to the presiof Madison county, subject to the dency! Was there ever such a travaction of the Democratic party. esty in politics? Pity that they "We are authorized to announce P. alone could suffer the consequences 11. Broaddus as candidate for Jailer of 'Madison county, subject to the of their act, but unfortunately this is not the case. The wbole country action of the Democratic party. must suffer because of their traitorkob suit, public instruction. ous action". semi-oflicial- commonwealth's attorney. Ben. A. Cbutcheb directs the an- ly Interior-- Journal, "so-calle- dered Editor Roberts, Chairman of ject to the action of the Democratic the Republican Campaign Commitparty. tee, at the Louisville Hotel. lnt Thursday, Mr. Roberts charactt-rlzoFOB SUPERINTENDENT OK PUBLIC the sound money Democrats who SCHOOLS. voted against Bryan, as "tin flower a candidate for J. W. Wagers is Superintendent of Public Schools of of the party." But sir, as it was the Madison county, subject to the action root, the trunk, and the brandies of Democracy that refused to vote for of the Democratic party. McKinley or Palmer, it is little M TOE CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COUBT. the liking of the 218,000 itntorrified S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is Democrats who have so long kept in a candidate for Clerk of the Madison oflice many of the.c "flowers of the Circuit Court, subject to the action party" that they sliou Id be now reof the Democratic party. pudiated by them. Surely our gold friends, in local cunte.sfs at least, foe sheriff. will not barken to thee siren words H. H. Colyer is a candidate for of Mr Roberts when lie says: Sheriff of Madison county, subject hope these same Democrats "We may to the action of the Democratic find a common meeting ground with party. us in many campaigns to comes." d candidate for Superintendent Public Instruction for Madison (county, sub- Mrs. JohnZWilliamson is a In his speech at the banquet ten- Stanford. Miss Anna Belle Harber expects Miss Elizabeth Best, of Maysville, on Thursday. Miss Cora Hinds, of Irvine, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Claude Smith, on Second street. Mr. R. E. L. Biggerstnff, of Richmond, spent Sunday in the city. Mt. Sterling Advocate. Miss Bessie Miller has been visiting Mrs. James S. Winn at Winchester for several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. White have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. V. H Shanks have returned to Stanford, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin. Miss Kate Blanton, of Richmond, is visiting Mrs. Hal. Grimes, at Harrodsburg. Danville Advocate. Miss Victoria Major and Mr. Ike Thncker, of Lawrenceburg, are the guests of Mrs. Louis Blakeman. Miss Matilda Tribble returned from Lexington last week accompanied by her relative, Miss Withers. Dr. Wm. Malcolm Lackey, of New York, was here lastxweek, the guest of his uncles, M. M. and J. C. Miller. Miss Letitia Crow has been visiting relatives in Danville. She was joined on Monday by her sister, Miss Lucy. The many friends of Mr. John Wilinore, of Kirksville, will be pained to learn of his very serious illness. Misses Ida and Kathleen Park have returned to their home, near Irvine, after a plejtsant visit to relatives at White Hall. Mr. Bloomfleld, of the New York Store, has just returned from Richmond and Nicholasville. Danville Advocate. Mrs. Neale Bennett and sister, Miss Stella Thompson, left for a visit to their mother, at Mt. Sterling, on Tuesday. Miss Mary evening, and it was up to tho usual the great flreplnco and other elegant high standard both from an intel- furnishings. Hither the guests relectual and a gastronomical point of sorted. Mrs. Bennett entertains view. with marvolous ease, rendering Mr. Clarence E. Woods has aban- the occasion oxtromcly enjoyable doned tho Idea of starting a daily throughout. The following Indies paper in Richmond, andnccopted tho were present: Mesdanies B. W. Turposition of assoclnto editor on the ner, O. A. Kennedy, R. W. Miller, E. Climax. Mr. Woods is an excellent B. Hume and A. Wilkes Smith, and newspaper man and all gladly wel- Misses Kate Walker, Lucia and Escome him back in the ranks. Lan- ther Burnam, Bettie Withers, Mary Bonnett and Mattio Patton. caster Record. approaching nuptials of Miss It is said that Martin D. Hardin Tho Ramsey, Delia of this city, and Mr. and wife, who recently wont to Scotland, where Mr. Hardin Allen Kenney, of Danvillo. are the was to complete his education, have topic of conversation in this place become dissatisfied and will return where the bride is so well known and The happy to America at an early day. Mrs. deservedly popular. ovent will bo solemnized at the Hardin is a daughter of Christian church, this city, at S Stevenson. o'clock in the evening of February Mrs. A. Rollins Burnam, who accompanied her husband to Frankfort 12th, 1897. The affair will rival in last week, was entertained while mngnitude any similar ovent here in there by Mrs. S. H. Stone and Mrs. quite awhile. There will be about Samuel Bennett. Mrs. Burnam was eighteen attendants. Miss Ida Ramwill be exceedingly well pleased with the sey, sister of tho bride-to-bmaid of honor, while an uncle of tho Capital, but white not liking Frankgroom, from Tennessee, will be best fort less she likes Richmond more. man. The church will be handMisses Bessio and Sadie Baugh. somely proman, of Richmond, are visiting Mrs-E- . gram ofdecorated and a musical a high order will be execu R. Morrow n Mr. Warren ted by tho following, all friends of and famil5', who moved from the bride: Soloist, Miss Mary Pattie; here to the White's Station neigh- organist, Mrs. W.G.White; violinborhood one ago, gladly re- ists. Miss Julia Higgins Mr. Will Park turned on the 1st inst. For some and Mr. W. B. Bright. After the cere reason when a good man leaves mony the entire bridal party and inusi he usually comes back. cians will bo entertained in superb Lancaster Record. style at the Hotel Glyndon, after w hich It is a pleasure to know that our Mr. and Mrs. Kenney will leave on old friend, Clarence E. Woods, is in a bridal tour. the harness again. He is now assoAnother approaching marriage, of ciate editor of The Climax and not more than local interest, is that "soeietv editor." as the Register which is to take place on Wednes spitefully said. His salutatory leaves day, January 27th, at 8 o'clock p. m., no doubt as to "where he at" on the when Miss Georgia Moberley and important questions agitating the Mr. Georgo country and is written in his best in wedlock. Corzeliusare to be united Tho wedding ceremo vein. Stanford Journal. ny will be said by Bishop Burton, Mrs. E. D. Potts, Mrs. Georgo Den- of this Episcopal Diocese. The ny and Mrs. M. J. Durham have dis- affair will be quiet, and will covered through a common ancestor take place at the residence of Robertson- - that thoy are entitled to the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs membership among the Colonial Curtis F. Moberley. The following Dames, and will make out papers will bo the attendants: Miss Mashortly for admission to the society. tilda Tribble, maid of honor; Misses Miss Grace Pearson and her Margaret Parrish, Helen and Annie guest, Miss Walker, leave today to Bennett: Mr. John B. Chenault, spend a few days with friends in best man; and Messrs. T.J. MoberRichmond. Lexington Herald, loth. ley, T. J. Smith, Jr., and C. W. TribMrs. W. H.Wooten, nee Miss Lucy ble. Miss Mary Pattie will sing Miller, sister of Mrs. Robert Miller, Schubert's Serenade with piano acthis city, writes from Santo Fe, New companiment by Mrs. W. G. White, Mexico, for a sample copy of the Messrs. W. B. Bright and Will Climax, which is equivalent to a Tark, violinists. A handsome supsubscription. Mrs. Wooten's hus- per will be served, after which Mr. band has been in very poor health, and Mrs. Corzelius will leave on the but we hope their return to their night train for an extended Southern home in Sante Fo is an indication of tour, taking in tho New Orleans his improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Mardi Gras. Upon their return they Wooten have traveled all over the will take up their abode at the Hotel southwest for the former's health. Glyndon, where one of tho best Mr. J. B. Embry left Monday apartments is being furnished by morning for his ranch, San Miguei, Brower, Scott & Frazee, of Lexingin Southern Mexico. He was accom- ton. panied as far as Louisville by his wife. Mr. Embry will be joined at Mexico City, by his brother. Mr. Tal-to- n Embry, of Cincinnati. They will Kimrrell. To Mr. and Mrs. M. be at the San Miguel ranch for about P. Kimbrell, near Union City, a boy. two months and will endeavor to inChenault. On Sunday morning, troduce the raising of Indian corn January 17, 1897, to the wife of Christhere and if successful will start a topher David Chenault, a daughter. large distillery. Jessamine Journal. Columijia, Mo , Jan. 0, '9G. Ed-inbu- rg, Vice-President Is never done, and it is especially weiring and wearisome to those whoo blood la impure and unfit properly to tone, sustain, nnd renew the wasting ot nerv. muscle and tUsue. It is more because ol this condition ot tho blood that women are run down, Work Oman's nine wcekB been very sick with tvphoid fever, and is yet ronfined to his room. PANOLA. H. P. Moores began a school here Monday. Keep tho brats employed. A few farmers have been taking advantage of the beautiful winter weather to turn some sod. Rev. Jo Crow has moved across Browning Creek into Estill county, but will still help run Panola. has gone into Panola Siinday-tchoo- l winter quarters All winter quarters for Sunday-school- ifv m W ruin t Nr W JSSiSw f-w , J ? IN ; r J Tired, Weak, Nervous, Than because of tho work Itself. livery physician says so, and that the only remedy is In building up by talcing a good nerve ton!c,bIood purifier and vltalizer like Hood's Sarsaparillu. For the troubles Peculiar to Women at change of s(son. climate or life, or resulting from hard work, nervousness, and impure Mood, thousands have found relief and cere In I CAR s should be annihilated. e, Sarsapariila a flood S oods FlIlS are the only pills to take with Hood's SarsalUa. Dr. James has completed arrangements with a new company to put a new hole down near the old salt well, where the tails of the horses working the drill weie singed off by the ignited gas many years ago. So the Doctor will not go into w inter quarters, the pretty weather deciding the matter. He is recovering from a severe case of grippe. jj Everybody i 3 Can Get 18 The One True Blood rurlner. $1 per bottle. Prepared only by I. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass. How'3 Th.M We ofier One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. 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, Wholeaale Druggist. Toledo, O. Waldixo, Kinnax & M.vrvix, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of thesystem. Testimonials sent free Price 75". per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. 31 3-- El-ki- Wal-lacet- on door that entered the room in which tl e visitors seemed to be. A,fter hesitating for a moment I tapped gently ft the, door, and it was soon opened. A glance in the room revealed the fact ihat this old man was a distiller (a moonshiner no doubt) and crowds of men and women would meet there every few nights for enjoyment and to drink his liquor. Scarcely had I entered the room when the scene that burst upon my sight pro duced such a poignant sensation that I stood for a few moments almost motion less with mingled surprise, horror and disgust. For simultaneously my eyes Miss Jennie Browning drowned herwere greeted by the spectacle of half-nakself and iier child at girls and wretched boys wrapped Browning's Landing, Kentucky rher. in rags all engaged in a hideous crgie my ears were assailed by the jabber of The bodies have been recovered. many tongues, all enunciating language HOW TO FIND OUT. of the most obscene, filthy and profane ed ld m M m R5r?S g At Our Cnt-Pri- ce N Sale This Month. $m KSM 3:0: To reduce stock before taken inventory, we will offer the entire line of Chamber Suit. Parlor Suits, Brass and Iron Beds, Carpet-ing- s and Rugs, Wall Papers, Draperies, etc., reduced price . at Sale will be continued through January. Bargains in each department. tSSS tesf) :$: Inspection cordially invited. VS7' vS4 ,5k-"5- i.-- r tower, Scott & Frazee, iN Lexington, Kentucky, Carpets, Furniture, "Wall Papers, Draperies. BIRTHS. Mr. C. E. Woods, Jiichmovd, Ky.: LOCALS. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. James C. Miller is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. NEW DEMOCRATIC DAILY. We are authorized to announce a candidate for the office of City Attorney,of Richmond, Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J, for Talbot Jackson as a candidateKy., City Attorney, of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Green Clay FOR CORONER. O. cratic party. We are authorized to announce G. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of the Demo- Dr. G. W. Evans and Mr. J. H. Kennedy are authorized to sell stock in tiie new Democratic Daily to be started in Louisville in the near future. Gen. P. Watt Hardin is canvassing the State in its behalf, and received much encouragement in this county, where, as elsewhere in the State, there is a pronounced demand for an organ other than the Courier-Journto voice their sentiments and give expression to their demands. All who are interested should send in their subscriptions to Dr. Evans or Mr. J. H. Kennedy. Once started the paper will be an everlasting success, as it will have in immense constituency to draw from. al for Secretary of War. county, has announced his candidacy world and the heaviest employer of for Representative. labor in the State of Illinois, has served notice upon its employes that Congressman Berry has intro- all wages will be reduced February duced a bill to give Carrollton a 1., says the New York Journal. building. $33,000 Three months ago the officials of the same The date of the Confederate reun- workmen company were assuring its of uninterrupted work and ion at Nashville, Tenn., has been the maintenance of wages if Mcchanged to June 22, 23 and 24th. Kinley could only be elected. Probably in three months more the An Indianapolis editor will have serve a sentence in prison for send- spokesmen of the same corporation ing obscene matter through the will be telling the Ways and Means mails, and a Chicago editor is a simi- committeemen of the House of Representatives that an increase in the lar sufferer. tariff on steel rails and structur.il steel A petition is leing circulated at is absolutely necessary that the digVersailles, asking Governor Bradley nity of American labor may be mainto pardon Dr. Walkr Davis, who tained and the workingman's wages has served twelve years of a life sen- remain at that high point at which tence for the alleged poisoning of his it is, of course, the dearest wish of father-in-lahis employers to keep them. We wonder if by that time or if d James A. Violett is a ever the people will learn what esgeranium. He was too good last timate to put upon threats or promiwinter to vote for Blackburn for the ses made by millionaire corporations U. S. Senate, but he wasn't too good for the furtherance of political or to accept a nomination for County mercenary ends. Harrodsburg SayJudge on the Republican ticket in ings. Franklin. But lie is not the onliest one. There are others. Interior-Journa- L post-offi- ce w. Senator Hawley is being urged MONEY UP: MEN DOWN. The Illinois Steel Company, the The Hon. James Hainon, of Scott largest corporation of its kind in the sweet-scente- to Frankfort aunt, Miss turned home. Misses Florrie and Laura Bright are at home from a visit to their brother, Dr. Hardin W. Bright, at Knoxville, Tenn. Miss Walker, of Liberty, Maine, and Miss Pearson, of Lexington, were the guests until last Saturday of .Mrs. W. W. Watts. Mrs. Mary Wilson, of Washington, D. C, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Eugenia Hume, and her brother, Major C F. Burnam. Miss Mary Curtis, of Barboursvilie, W. Va., is visiting relations here, where she formerly lived and is pleasantly remembered. Miss Emma AVatts, whoso protracted illness has been a source of deep grief to her parents and friends, is now recovering slowly. Mrs. J. Joseph, of Lancaster, whom Miss Ray Streng has been visiting, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Streng, on Lancaster avenue. The many friends of that popular young lady, Miss Belle McDowell, were glad to welcome her out again after a protracted illness of lagrippe. Miss Painter, a handsome young lady of Frankfort, accompanied Judge Burnam home from Frankfort and spent Sunday with his family. Miss Lula Bishop Weaver, of this place, left Monday to attend the Madison Female Institute, at Richmond, Ky. North Middletown Cor. Winchester Sun. Miss Helen Barkley, of Madison Institute, was called home on Saturday last by the sudden death of her father, H. C. Barkley, a prominent citizen of Maysville. Miss Elizabeth Barrett visited Mrs. A Wilkes Smith, Mrs. ister, especially as it is in the hands of "gold bugs," but I am glad to know that you are still in the good work. It affords mo great pleasure Pattie, who was called to add the Climax to our exchange by the illness of her list, and wisli you every measure of Lou Pattie, has re- success. Sincerely your friend, E. W. Stephens, (Ex-Pres- Dear Sir: I regret that you have left the Reg New Ideas About Hog Cholera. J. Speed Smith MARRIED. Mr. Vinson Geer and Mrs. Hettie Dawson, of Stanford, were quietly married in Lancaster last Thursday. Mrs. Daw6on has a number of relatives in Richmond. Gkixstead-OwexRev. Mathew Grinstead, formerly of this city, but now located at Contv.-- , and 'Miss Kittie Owens, dauchter of a well-to-d- o farmer, were married at Scaffold Cane church, Rockcastle county, Wednesday, by Re. Interior-Journ- al The Semi-Weekl- y Cotton, of the Methodist church. They from heading to foot slug has a bran new dress of type, which to left for Richmond, where they spent a even the nnprncticed eye looks as few days with friends, returning Sunday sharp and clean as the indentations to their home. Geee-Dawsox. s. Cleveland wrote to the Jackson day celebraters that "Democracy is not disorder." Of course not. No one but a fool would say so. Democracy is decency and stands for the constitution and good government. The President is mighty lata in find-ou- t "where he is at," if he still claims to be a member of the Democratic party. Interior Jonrnald. The State papers gracefully yield the Journal its front rank in Kentucky journalism, instinctively turn Campbell Mrs. George Campbell to it for inspiration in their work, died Saturday at her home near Irvine, juid teem with praises of this wide- of consumption, ajied about twenty-fiv- e awake aud fearless sheet. years. ItU better to love your mother now, boys; And not wait to tell her so," u of a graver's tool. DEATHS- merits; consequently in life he enjoys what In death would be stale , and napro table. than to unbottle your tears and force flowers out of season with which to bestrew and bedew her grave. Mr. Walton's brethren of the press pay him now the tribute which Ids enterprise deserves, his manhood Wiseman. Mrs.Sophia Wiseman, one of the oldest women in Estill county, died at Wisemantown last Thursday, of 'a -- rippe, aged eighty years. -.- Tpp!i M. Renfrew, one tu o. tba oltiot citizen!, of the county, died at Valley View Saturday night, fiod SO years. He had been in delicate health for two months. Buried Sunday at groand. w ' departure is regretted by many friends throughout the county. Clarence E. Woods, instead of starting a new paper at Richmond, has accepted a position with the. Climax, and will make its columns teem with brightness. Jessamine Journal. Misses Theodocia and Mary Leav-el- l, who have bon spending a few weeks at Lancaster, have taken their rooms at the Willis House and resumed their fashionable dressmaking, and will bo glad to have their patrons call. Miss Bethenia- McCord, daughter of Mr. Rufus McCord, of near Red House, has entered Madison Institute as a boarding pupil. Her Richmond friends will welcome her to the city. On last Tuesday evening Mrs. Geo. W. Pickles entertained a few friends ot tea, and the party spent a most enjoyable evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Piew-it- t, Misses Mary Pattie, Anna Fra-zeRev. W. F. Smith and Mr. T. E. Arnold. Tho Century Club held its last meeting with, Mr. Waller Bennett at bis honi6 on. 'Main street-las- t Friday - returning home ou Monday, taking with her Sarah Goodloe Benton, who was the guest of Mary Barrett Smith. Miss Sue Hume left on Monday for .Nashville to attend the Belmont Seminary. It is useless to say her e, I j It ,T J' " ' f -- :' J'r -tf . xr Wi&-s&! ' ! f '1; CKS .'. There is scarcely a family on Poosey 'SILVER MAKES Ridge but what some of its occupants v i RICmiOlSD, KEXIl'CKY. INTERESTING CHANGES. ffl have the !l seems to be all the go with one Send a postal to the Silver or two exceptions. There have been a Washington. D C, and regood many new buildings erected, still ceive a copy of their issue of January 7, t. which appears in an improved form National Editorial Ass'n.) causing what if called a "break." some are without a place to go. with a different make-ud There have been three burials at and general apAt the meeting of the Madison County He does not call the disease choleia, cemetery within one week. Mrs. pearance. A large amount nf space is Chapter D. A. R. held with the Regent, but malaria. He is Uacked by the Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith, the latter was Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Margaret Kay, wife of Alex. Hay, mer- devoted to Congressional and governh mental news and matters of a national R.iilroad, and a commission from chant at Cottonburg, hi her elected delegate to the National Convention at Washington, February 22. The tho Aricultural Department will year; Allen Tudor, who recently ad his character which every reformer in the alternates selected were: Mrs. Will T. visit him in a few daws Ho has limbs amputated, died last Sundry and country should read. A large corps of Tevis and Mrs. D. Bates Shackelford. made three public exhibitions so was interred on Monday, and Fount writers have been engaged to contribute Mrs. McCoy, of Covington, was unani- far at Dubuque, West Union and Hendreu, son of V. J. Hendren, was in- articles during the year 1S97, among mously instructed for as State Regent, McGregor. He went into sick herds terred on last Tuesday. The deceased whom are: Hon. Wm. J. Bryan ; Senawith Mrs. Maxwell, of Louisville, second and cured them. He has gone into lived in Nicholasville aud was si'"!: but a tors Teller, Allen, Butler, Peffer, Petti-greand Dubois; Representatives choice (politally speaking!) A novel well herds and produced the cholera, short time witlrMa grippe. Towne Newlands, Bell nnd Jerry Simpfeature of these meetings is the practice auowing one nog to tuc and curing COLLEGE HILL. son; Wharton Barker, Esq., Wm P.St. of parliamenary rules. At the next others. Tho State lost $15,000,000 in Stable in Kentucky. Miss Crickett Terrill visited fiiends John, Sir Morton Frewen, and many meeting each member will relate some hogs during the past year. The other famous and distinguished- - writers, incident connected with her ancestors Milwaukee road alone has lost in here last week. freight over $1 ,000,000. during the Itevolutiou. Bev. Troop will teach a select winter both in public and private life. An article by any one of these writers is well school at this place. Mr. William 0. Chenault and Miss For the Climax. worth the price of subscription, which Snccesser to Coliias & Fo, Lucy Gilbert are to be married on Tues Mr. John G rider entertained theyoung is SI for weeks. Richmond, Ky. day, Eebruary 2, at the residence of the READS LIKE A ROMANCE. people Tuesday night. The Silver and the latter's sister, Mrs. James Jones, at Miss Carrie Irvine, of Winchester, is Climax one year for $1.70. tf Blackstock, S. 0. Miss Gilbert left for Story of Mountain Moonshine By a Madivisiting Miss Nannie Norris. son Man. place on Monday night, and Mr. that Miss Armstrong, of Lexington, yisited Chenault will follow a week later. After friends in this place during Christmas. their marriage they will return at once Graphic Description of One Night's Advcnlures-From my home, 1 mile from Waco, v There is several new cases of lagrippe to Richmond aud take up their abode at few days ago I took a stroll out n'ght, December 11th. seen to go throuu' at 6 o'clock Tuesday morning "Willow Heights," the residence of the through the mountains on some busi- here aud sickness in nearlv every famil bay mare, about old. m fair on Mies Nannie Norris entertainel the bride, about six miles east of Richmond. ness and one evening while in Harlan small scar on left hip. cannot be detectt ' 1 ?? ou; .ubuing hand over hip. The other a roung people Wednesday nigat in The undersigned will offer at publicsale, on The bride is one of the most estimable couuty, near Poor Fork, I observed that old spring man flP HflPPmP? HfifflM mare.a mnle, bush ofthis cut o3. w.thi rs r like tail ladies in the county, whilst the groom is it was getting along towards night aud Christmas. a little by saddle. Mate pivs $ot ea capture and conviction of th tf one of Madison's most highly esteemed that I had better be on the alert for a Hev. L. L. Pickett, the great sanctifica-tionis- t, Saturday. January 30, S7, jjn20-2DILLAKD HHdi'i citizens, and is the father of Mrs. J. W. shelter. I had not gone but a little ways will assist Rev. Wyatt in a Eeries Smith. Mrs. D. S. Harber, Mrs. C. E. after this thought 6truck me until I was of meetings at this place iu March. at 2 o'clock, p.m., my farm of 218 acres, ell Woods, and Mrs. D. B. Shackelford. confronted by a splendid looking resiimproved, located on Boonesborough pike WALLAOETOX. adjoining the lands of David Monday and Win dence for a mountain country, at which Miss Annie Noale Bennett gave a Good house, barn and Mrs. Sam Edwards is on the sick list. buildings. very swell dinner last Saturday to place I made application for lodging, All persons having claurs a TERMS. H Cash, balance In 1 and 2 years Miss Stella Thompson, of Mt. Ster- and as every man's door string hangs on Born, to the wife of Henry Elliott, a with interest. will present same prcp-- . ,i in the mountains, it is use- big boy, the 12th inat. me on or before February 2. lsr. ', r 'in,, ling, and Miss Grace Pearson, of the outside .ani. EULA ROYCE CHAMBERLAIN. 1'be,ba"edVHMLK jan-jLexington. Everything was in pink, less to say that I was accommodated. Jan20-lJ. P. Soper and wife, who have been vnrau By the time I got my horse fed and down with pneumonia fever, the candelabra, floral decorations, are able to etc., even the cards of ivy leaves in warmed myself a little supper was an- sit up. gold, tinted with pink. Eight cour- nounced and the old gentleman invited Mrs. Ada Gentry and children, of Loses were served and the affair was me In to a ver respectable looking table. cust AtBranch, are with her father's folks, J. ROUTE. altogether fashionable. Those pres- They had a roasted coon in a bis stove P. Soper. BEST LINK TO AND FROM Without a single exception, there ent were: Misses Thompson and pan which attracted my attention very E. F. Baker and family left for Misis beyond doubt no greater or more TOLEDO AND DETROIT.?? Pearson, guests of honor; Misses much, as it was cooked with its hide on, Katherine Walker, of Liberty, Maine, which beemed to he the favori'.e dish souri last Monday, where he will make All Points In Michigan. popular newspaper in tiie Vr..:t.d Minna and Annie Crutcher, Sarali among the family, and any one that his future, home. States than the Cincinnati Enquirer , John E. Kinnard, who for eight weeks Shackelforu, Margaretta Smith, knows anything about a coon's hide can or a more successful publisher thin "White City Special." Helen and Annie Bennott, Rose imagine the kind ot teetti it would re- has been very low with typhoid fiver, is its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLem. Best Terminal Station. to devour one cooked this way; slowly improving. Flautt, Annie Cole and Mrs. Neale quire e Telephone Yonr "Consin," The prices for the Daily but tie whole family seemed to be supMr. Robert Gentry, of Locust Branch, Bennett. plied with an extra good set and they Estill county, will move to the Green Enquirer have been maintained, ard Avoiding the Tunnel. There was a full and enthusiasBROADDUS, its circulation largely increased ech tic meeting of tho Boonesboro Chap- used them as if they had eaten coon Bails farm, two miles south of to n, in a short time. year; hard times and cheaper jourter of the D. A. R. at tho homo of cooked with its hide on before. Wagner Sleeping Cars. IXunley's Old Stand. After I had filled my spacious maw Mrs. C. D. Chenault on Thursday, Wm. Watkins started to Bloomington, nals failing to arrest its onward march No. 26. 33 January 7th. Mrs. A. Rollins Bur- and went back to the big oak fire. I soon Indiana, a few days ago, where he will and high appreciation of the putLc nam was unanimously elected dole-ga- found out that the old gentleman was make his future home. He will send Buffet Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleeping Cars. for its true worth and merit Private Compartment Cars, Elegant Coaches to tho National Convention, not very interesting, so I told him I was after his family when he finds work. and Dining Cars. The Weekly Enquirer at beginning which meets in Washington, Febru- ieehng tired and would like to retire. We wish him success. of the campaign year was offered .: Be sure your tickets read via "BIG FOUR.' ary 22d, and Misses Minerva Park Accordingly he got a pine knot torch, The reason the Wallaceton letter has Phelps and Margaret Chenault were took me up a long stairway to a big log not appeared in the Climax for some E. 0. M'COEillOK D. B. KAMHT The United States Bul'd'g. &. Loan Asso., Pl'ff. 50 cents a year, and its circubtion Against elected alternates. Two new papers room that hadn't a single thing iu it but time, your correspondent has for over Passenger Traffic Mgr. Gen. Pass. &Tkt Agt. Bobert W. Nelson, Deft. increased by the addition of cer Notice of Sale in Equity. were accepted by tho Chapter, mak- one old fashioned bed almost bare of CINCINNATI, OHIO. Py virtue of a judgment and order of sale of 200,000 new subscribers; the most ing a membership of twenty, and cover. He told me that this was where " the Madison Circnt Court, rendered at the substantial and coveted testimonial a JanBMy Awarded December Term thereof, 1S96, in the above there were two applicants for mem- I could 6leep, and after waiting until I Highest Honors World's style canse, the undersigned, will, on publisher could desire. Fair, bership. After the business pro- had undressed he stepped out with Ids torch, leaving ma in the dark. I had Monday, February 1st, 1897, When asked for the secret of such gramme there was an original article 2 not been lying there but a short while Between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.. and 12 success, Mr. McLean frankly answers : by the historian, Mrs. Sallie Phelps, House door, in o'clock ra., at The first ot American Newspapers, CHARLES mond, Madisonthe Court Kentucky, (being Rich- The Enquirer has no opinions to force county, which was beautifully written, and listening to the nuh of the water, as it FebA. DANA, Editor. ruary County proceed to expose to was on the batiks of Cumberland river, interesting and instructive from a public sale, to the highest bidder, the following upon its patrons, it simply prints the uescnoeu property, viz: genealogical point of view. The and its conbtaut splashing against the facts and tells the truth that the reader The American. Constitution, the American delegates were instructed to voto for piles below, until I began to hear stirring may form his own opinions. By down stairs as if visitors jere coming in. Idea, the American Spirit. These Jint, last, Mrs. William Sayro for State ReOr parcel of land with the appnrtenances thereI listened at the loud t dking and laughunto belonging, situated on Irvine street. In maintaining the price of the paper and all the time, forever. gent of Kentucky. Richmond, Kentucky, and fronting on Irvine ing and heavy walking until my curiosity more news and greater variety can be Daily, by mall, $$ a rear street 39 feet and running back same width two Mrs. Waller Bennott, ncc Miss feet and bounded on the eaat by the lot of W. furnished, got so etirred up 1 concluded that I and every class of business Mary C. Burnam, entertained a dozen Daily and Sunday, by mail, $8 a year C. Hutchinson, north by Irvine street, west Lv T. 3. Bronston and on the eouth by what- - is interests catered to, whch a cheaper lady friends at an impromptu card would go downonand see what was the known as the Mershon property." put Or a sufficient quanity thereof to produce tha party on Saturday afternoon last. matter. I my waymy clothes and caresura of $23 the amount so ordered to be made, journal cannot afford. to the bottom of the fully felt The Bennett residence, than which and tho costs hereof. The very liberal support given the for a moment to asTEBMS. Sale will be made on a credit of six there is not a more superb home in steps, then stopped months. The purchaser will be required t3 Enquirer by the public at large, makes Is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in give ton J, with good security, for the payment the county, Is an ideal place for en- certain where tho noise was I had been of the purchase money; to have the force asd it incumbent upon the management hearing. I soon perceived that it was in .MOST PERFECT MADjS. the world. tertaining. The parlor is finished in effect of a replevin boad, bearing legal interest a diflerenj apartment of the honse to A pure Crane Cream of Tartar from the day of sale, with a lien reserved upea to serve it faithfully with zeal and enwhite and gold and onens into the Prie 5c a cpy. Ky arwl, $2 a y'Sar. Mid property until "all the purchase money is spacious hall,"with;its grand stairway what I been in, hut Ins .from Ammonia.. Alum nnmrnrhrr irliin'm.l terprise in minor matters as well as jJViA VCIDI.''M -. AMum TmsVN, New York. irfT""" , of'carvedVand "paneled-cherr- y Miitw Cwraritaioaer Madhoa Circuit Court. and faw more elepa. in the dark I ytm at the jwm k those of greater magnitude. lwJ& r ra --i"? 1 f, c.o' ' a &' . i " f KNIGHT-WATCHMAgrip-MovinNicht-Watchman, The Farmers' Institute, at Rockwell, Illinois, was last week favored witli the presence of Frank Peotine, 111., who addressed the convention and threw a bombshell into it in his conclusive proof that hog cholera was neither infectious nor contagious, and was produced by injudicious feeding, Baum-gartner,Nof Fill a bottle or common water glass with urine and let stand twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates a diseased conditio! of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain m the back, U also convincing proof that the kidneys aud bladder are out of order. "WHAT TO is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud every part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain iu passing it. or bad effects Louphson Marie Barnes Susie Barp;er Ira Miller Fannie Mrs following use of liquor, wine or beer, Ballard Pattte Miller Lucile and overcomes that unpleasant necessity Motherhead G W Crawford D McAlisterW. EP Miss of being compelled to get Chenault Sallie up many times Cobb Cordelia Mrs Pence Richard Cloyes Harvey II Phibe Rhoda during the night to urinate. The mild Powell Sallie Mis Crutcher Mack and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-RoRogers Mary Denny Ella Roop James Frazier J C is soon realized. It stands the Royes Callie Francis J L Jr Scully E J (2) Green Sam highest for its wonderful cures of the Sutton W T Mrs Gentry Julia most distressing cases. If yon need a Tcrrill Maggie Mrs Hall Emma L Tevis Mary (col; Harris Sarah medicine you should liavo the best. Tevis Casey Hanks D B Harris William Vanmeter J S Sold by druggists , price fifty cents nnd Vanderventer Lizzie Harris Lizzi one dollar. For a sample bottle and Huguely Sallie Walker Pauline Jones Mat Walker Emer pamphlet, both sent free by mail, menAdams Fannie (W II Warfud Callie Rinsr) White Nannie tion the Climax, and send your full White Malinda Lane Katie e address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., J B. WILLIS, Postmaster. Binghampton, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness CORRESPONDENCE. of this offer. jan 201y Evi ry one present looked a little surprised when I first entered the room, but they soon perceivert that I was alter no harm and made me welcome. Slnrtly I got out my pencil and began to take notes; and to draw an adequate picture of this scene would be surprising to our rivilized country. Iu a long, low aud room a number of men and women were seated at tables, some of them engaged in taking lunch iid all having drinking materials before them. Continued next week. DO-The- re description. m p'r'fv jKD r- 1 " sr-- "- ""1' " "" - , , j, n i.IJL ,. . List of Letters. SPRING PLOWING. Te haA'e li i I M It the best plows the I facto- I ot ries produce. If you expect to do any plowing the coming spring, and HIT not already supplied with plows, VOl cannot afford to buy before giving us I I M II t: i it a call. Everything kept in a well 111 post-offic- equippetl hardware house is found our stock. COTTONBttRG. IT SHOWS ENTERPRISE. i Sfioclcelforcl -- - Gentry, Gil-ca- p forty-nint- 1 w Largest Lavery,!"'3 Eastern o T. 33-- 11 tifty-tw- o Knight-Watchm- an Two Mares Stolen . mmihm for Sals toll-ga- te II -- . w two-stor- y w r Finestwsr.?h The Kigs, Notice to Creditors, ii - w 6Big Hour' The The Safest Drivers, Promptest tention, Jolm R. McLean's Great Newspaper. CHICAQO. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. P. B. old-tim- BOSTON. NEW YORK. te Commissioner's Sale! KMi Court-day- .) "A Certain CREAM lot BAKING ..... PWDfll !- The Stii)daij Sui F. !" .- X .? , t ..? . - i A BBHBBiSliHiliBBHBBBBMMBBILBliMBl & K-- - !' 'Kt -. THE WEDNESDAY. CLIIVIAX. JANUARY L0, 1897. The LTenry County local is author with Judge T. J. Scott presiding. ity for the statement that farmers' The petit jury was selected Monday, but nothing of importance has been there abouts are feeding hogs on horse flesh, buying horses for the done. purpose. Horso flesh is considered a cure and preventive of swine diseases. Moody Given Tho January civil term of Madison Circuit Court convened Monday, Horse Flesh Fcr Hogs. . ' V ( N. 9 Tho ghost which various negroes The merchant who fails to advcr- - W) claimed to have seen on the Union Mills pike, near Nicholasville, and tise in the Climax stands as much over which they have been greatly ) show of success as a in a excited, was killed ) a farmer on his Tuesday night by way home, and furnace with a paper shirt on. proved to be a large red dog with a lace curtain tied about him. ' If men are the salt of the earth, OUR PROGRESS. women are undoubtedly the sugar. J Ball. Jane-Bu- g In the hist seven days the Climax has increased its circulation by the addition of thirty-eight and these among tho host people of the county. This number docs not include exchanges and foreign advertisers. And no special effort has been made to push the circulation. In the last sixty days the Climax increased its circulation by the e addition of 154 subscribers. In this connection it is fair to state that we have lost 20 subscribers. Having purchased $200 worth of bran new tj pe our ollice is the best equipped in the city to ineot the demands of our increasing business, while our circulation, which is the largest in Madison, attracts to our columns the bulk of advertisers who wish to reach the largest number of readers. 'ircuit Court convened Mondav. See Shackelford & Gentry's new plow ad. Read W. D. Oldham's advertisement and heed it. The Hoard of Supervisors will meet next Thursdav. The New York Store will begin selling at auction Mr. John Doty is able to be out after a rather severe illness. , The city scales will be rented at auction Monday. See local ad. See notice sale of 21S acres improved land on Boonesborough pike. Ueorge Thorpe is suffering from has- bon-fidto-da- v. Salt is a necessary sugar a luxury. Vicious men are saltpeter, stern men are rock salt, nice men are table salt. Old maids are brown sugar, and pretty girls are pulverized sugar. Pass the pulverized sutrar, please." Ex. Tho editors of Richmond will no doubt be surprised as well as dismayed, to know that there isanewpaper, "The Richmond Weekly News," no- - being printed in this city. The sole proprietor and editor is Master Arthur Akers, of Oak streot, son of Professor J. T. Akers, of Central University. Who knows but another Horace Greely or a James Gordon Bennett is among us, to prove that "The pen is mightier than the sword." The Chesapeake and Ohio railroad has made concessions which will be thoroughly appreciated by the holders of 1,000 and 2,000 mile books in traveling between Washington and Cincinnati. Hereafter when the distance traveled is over 450 miles the first train collector on the C. & O. will detach 450 miles of coupons and issue in exchange ticket good all the way through from the starting point to destination, provid ing that east bound the distance is 450 miles or over, including but not five-year-o- The examining trial of W. H. Moody, for tho killing of Theopho-lu- s Powell at Moody's store on Monday night of last week, occured on Saturday before Judge J. R. Burnam, and resulted in Moody being held over to the Circuit Court in $1,500 bail. To Mr. Smith. A Cars for Lamo Sack. "My daughter, when recovering from an attact of fevor, was a great suflVrer from pain in the hack and hips," writes Louden Grover, or Sardis, Ky " After using quite a number of remedies without any benefit she tried one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and it has given entire relief." Chamberlain's Pain Halm is also a certain cure for rheumatism. Sold by W. G. White. 31 Robert and Lawrence Bryaut, brothers, are in fail at Hbpkinsville for fighting an impromptu duel. 3-- LE nWF-- ( :5s. s- - i rrzi..9.isit..' THE TAB -- .Twvtt?&rr-m!1rn wrMafa-xI- - plimented our townsman, James O'Connell, by placing him in nomination for messenger and voting for him on every ballot. We tip our hat to Elector Smith. May he live long and prosper. Mt. Sterling Gazette. Milk For The Poor Hon. W. B. Smith, the only democratic elector from Kentucky, com ld We have often heard the remark, "Why, wo have milk to feed to our hogs,"when our editorial palate was so dry that wo wished we were a hog or a larger one. How much charity could bo dispensed by those whoso homes are blessed with an of milk, may be inferred from tho fact that the poor people of Midway, says the Clipper, who are not able to buy milk will be supplied free of charge by Mrs. Charlie Weisenberger, a lady. over-abundan- ce kind-hearte- d Valuable Korse Dies. 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 highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is tho 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 yon have the genuine jtrti-clwhich is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and ht,i& by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies 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 givesmost general satisfaction. e, well-informe- With a Gladness Comes UK 0LDSN TliISS better understanding of tho People overlooked the importance of permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient action; but now that it is generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently overcome habitual consliptation, people will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. well-inform- g'!,!i?gPwQga' AS DEEP! nTwo. 31 34 babe has been found buried in a dilapidated wooden box, near l. gton. The skelei"ii .f a The Knife Reached The Very Heart 's Core. Former Prices Not Recognized. m3 d with will be interested in the ex- 1.neiice of Wm. Penn, chief clerk in the railway mail service at Des Moiues, Iowa, who writes: "It gives me pleasure to testify to the merits f Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For two years I have suffered from indigestion, and am subject to frequent severe attacks of pain in the stomach and bowels. One or two doses of this remedy never fails to give perfect relief. Price 25 and 50 cents; sold by W. G. 31-- 34 White, Richmond, Ky. IVisoiiS who are trouhled imii-iMM- iii i nev Are ut na t The Greatest Cut Price Clearance Sale Ever Instituted in Richmond is Now on at I a kick received from a vicious horse. H. 15. Hogg has moved to the H atli property, on North street. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Hall, ol Caleast, died Sun- nd day. R-v- . pnacfi at Mt, Zion next Sunday, January 24th. The A '.her Lumber Company at F.ird Js putting in new boilers and luacbinerv. "Vliite & Gibson are offering bargain-, in dry goods. See advertisement oKcwhere. Lincoln county's assessment over half a million dollars, or leven per cent. Y. R. Letcher will be secretary and -- tarter at Latonia this year with inrr-a"pay. T!ir-shares of Tates Creek turnpike stock sold in Lexington at $74.i-- per share. Wallace & Rice are offering in boots, shoes and gents, de-cr-a- -d d e J. Robert Boatman will " bar-ga:fur-nihh- n- goods. See ad. Tin- - will preach at Hay's Fork, near IJerea. next Sundav at 11 o'clock. The wife of Elder Matt Campbell, 75, has filed for a. di.n-e- . C;im' in court this week. o Miss Turley is sick with asles at the home of her sister, in Mrs. Jere Noland, on Second street. IJe-si- ber f of any paper published in Madison county. Mr. Albin Cornelihon took seven hieheads f white hurley, ISOfl crop, t Cincinnati on Wednesdav last. Rv. I. G. Harrison, of Georgia, sub.-eribe- Climax has the largest rs num- of land residence and for rent. We:t Main street, Richmond. My C II. PIGG. IW. E. II. liuriiam will preach at the Iiapti&t church, in thiscity. on Saturday and Sunday, January 2Sd and 24th. All invited. -- Rev. W. R. Lloyd, of Nashville, Tennessee, will begin a series of a spoke of the wheel. At that instant the horses started and Allen's foot, slipping off the spoke, landed immediately under the wheel. The immense weight crushed two of his toes and bruised the foot until it was Class Musical. black to the instep. Dr. Gibson Alwut fifty friends Jissemblcd on treated him and reports his patient Friday night at the residence of Mrs. on the road to recoverv. George Pickls, on Third street at Sale of Bourbon and Fayette Lands. an enjoyable entertainment by hor 818 Acres of Bourbon county land, class. Those who participated were Misses Bessie Spears, Bessie Turley, belonging to the John I. Moore Minnie Dykes, Harriett and Mossie estate, was lately sold by Master Commissioner Emmett M. Dickson, Parrish. but "the prices were low on Ticcount New Connections. of the large amount of land now on Tho R. N. I. &. li. train now leaves the matket." Richmond at 3:15 p. m., making conThe 818 acres aggregated $37,085.G5, nection at Nicholasville with the or about $18 per acre. Cincinnati Southern fast lino to Cin Meadowthorpe, the beantiful Pepcinnati, Georgetown and Lexington. per home in Fayette, 238 acres, was Tho R. N. I. fc B. trains make con sold by Master Commissioner J. R. nections at Versailles also, with Morton for $3S,051, or about $117 per trains to and from Louisville over acre. Mrs. Pepper purchased it, althe southern. though Dr. David Bennett, for the Banqueted Keene. National Exchange Bank, bid only Winchester's Fire Department, $1 less. one nignt recently alter tne penor- Instructive Lecture On Missions. mance of "Hamlet" by the tragedian, Pursuant to the appeal in the last Thos. II. Keene, entertained the dis- Climax, large audiences assembled tinguished actor at a banquet. in the Presbyterian church last WedKeene was so pleased with the com- nesday and Thursday to hear the pliment paid him by Chief Jackson lectures upon her foreign travels and and his corps of fire laddies that he hor missionary work in China by presented the company with $20, Miss E. B. French, of Princeton, W. which the hosts reluctantly accepted. Va. Miss French is a talented lady Mackey's House Sold. whose gentle life, it seems almost a brick business pity to spend among the heathen, The three-stor- y house of Joe Mackey,on Main streot, when it might ornament the mot was soul on .Saturday to sauiy a splendid home in Christendom. Yet judgment in favor of Mrs. Mary she seems is, undoubtedly happy in Jane Warfield Clay, and the sum her work of spreading the gospel to realized, $4,175 will about pay the mankind across the seas. Her disdebt. Mr. John B. Chenault was the courses are characteristic of the woman, and show that she is gifted far bidder. Capt. Ballard auctioneer. The building cost Joo Mackey over above the average, else she could ten thousand dollars, and as the lot notjjeguile the savage to follow the runs through to Irvine street, the footsteps of the lowly Nazarene. property was bought at a bargain. While here Miss French was the guest of the Misses Burnam. Meat Stolen. Richmond Man Missing. beyond Washington City. Somebody was asking us the other day about seasonable clothing. We answered that clothing that was most in season was clothing best made. Clothing that cost you no more in price than you pay for cheaper goods not near so well made, which statement we dare to say you will endorse, if you will take the trouble to look around and then come to and see our goods and let them show for themselves. This is no idle boast, but given for your good, and we have no fear but what it will work to material interest ot both you and us. Look to your own interest, and come and see us. Covington & Mitchell. At llopkinsville, Reuben Seargent's wife had him arrested for drawing a pisProf. L. V. Dodge, of Borea Col- tol on her. Tuesdey morning he esacped lege, asks the Climax to note tho from the work house, and going home program for the course of lectures struck his wife on the head with an ax, and entertainments at the college. cutting one ear ofTand inflicting a deep In this connection it is but fair to wound in the back of her head, whicli I say that in a place of the wealth and will cause her death. Den-mar- e. population and size of Richmond a The progressive ladies of West field, lecture course nets tho promoters no Ind., issued a "Woman's Edition" of the Although the loss is a severe oneTrnonev Innvoe thorn In IpM. Westfield hearing date of April 3, Mr. Bales takes it philosophically, How much greater courage the Bo- 1S9G. The paper is filled with matter of and mildly rejoined when asked how rea College people must evince to interest to women, and we notice the he felt: "'There are others." undertake so hazardous an enter- following from a correspondent, which prise, requiring such hard work to the editors printed, realizing that it treats Toes Crushed. upon a matter of vital importance to their Mr. Allen Zaring, son of Mr. J. W. sustain. This program will be carried out: sex: "The best remedy for croup, colds Zaring, this city, had two toes Jan. 19 Berea College Glee Club. and bronchitis that I have heeen able to mashed last Thursday morning in Feb. 1G. The Euterpeans (ladies). find is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. an unusual way. A wagon loaded .Mar. G. Hon. II. AV. J. Ham, "Red For family use it has no equal. I gladly with sixty bushels of coal was stalled Lights recommend it." 25 and 50 cent bottles at the flour mill when Mr. Zaring Mar. and Warts." 23. Miss Vandelia Varnum, for tale by W. G. White, Richmond, Ky. attempted to move it by standing on Berea College Lecture Course. s Mr. J. W. Bales lost a valuable horse by colic on Friday night last. He was G years, well bred, a fine fellow and worth over $200. Mr. Bales paid $ 65 for him last September to Walker Bros., Whites Station. He was by Col. Win. M. Irvine's Belmont Wilkes, "dam a mare by Col. Bob Ten-ill'noted King v CiCTttirv J Nr, Thousand of Dollars JK&WTJImJ this Great Cut Price Clearance Sale to make room for our Spring purchases, some of which are coming in daily. All We Have Left in Cloaks Are as follows: "Gladstone." Apr. 2. 31-3- 4 Rev. Passion Play." Season tickets for 5 entertainments only $1.00: for the last 4, 90 Foley's Hcnsy and. Tar cents ; last 3, 80 cents ; last 2, 65 cents. Single admission 25 cents, except to Cough Syrnp wherever introduced is the Passion Play, which will be 50 considered the most pleasant and effeccents. tive remedy for all throat and lung complaints. It is the only prominent cough medicine that contains no opiates and On January 25th, at 11 o'clock, at that can safely be given to children-S- i 34 the scales. I will rent publicly to the highest bidder tho City Scnles for The tankhouse of the Columbia Power Co , at Pittsburg, blew up yesterday, the 1897. R. B. TERRILL, It killing three persons and injuring others. Chief of Police. PU3LIC RENTING. J. J. Lewis, "The Five persons w ere killed by falling to the bottom o! a mine shaft at New Wadesville, Pa. lpll One lot of $0 and .$7 Jackets, good styles, will be closed at $2.9S. One lot of .$12.50, $14.50 and $16.50 plain cloth and Astican Silk lined Jackets will be closed at ?5 98 choice. We have a lot of long Jackets, good materia 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 was $10, 12.50 and 15, you can buy them now atone price to close, 5.98 for choice. A en One lot of 5 Overcoats for men will be closed at 2.98. One lot of Long Black Ulster Overcoats, formijr price 7.50 will be closed sit 4.50. The Boy's Overcoats will he closed at 75c, 1 and 1.50 each, former price from 1.50 to 3.50 a piece. OVERCOATS. ; blatz:ets. 2-- 4 f ' ayi i aiMMiiM t iimwii w jib i T w MPMB A Many lives have been saved by the timely use of Dr. Dell's Pine Tar Honey. When a cold creeps upon you, oracough racks your lungs, no remedy is so f roinpt or efiectual. Can he given to children with perfect safety and is sure to produce beneficial results. It ajid Eczema. Tetter, 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; chilblpins, The folly of prejudice is frequently chapped hands, eyes. 25 frost bites cts. per box. and chronic sore shown by people who prefer to suffer for years ratiier than try an advertised remDr. Cody's Condition rowJers, are edy. The millions who have no such no- just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and tions, take Aycr's Sarsaparilla for vermifuge. They are not food but and are cured. So much for medicine and tho best in use to put a common sense. horse in prime condition. Price 25 It 3ents per package. We know ofhut one community in the A Kentucky boy with fourteen toes world v.here dyspepsia is practically unknown, and that is the Shakers of Mount wants to travel with a museum. Lebanon, X. Y These good people have Another Good. 12aa Gene 'Wrcng. been studying the bubjeet of digestion for He failed to use Foley's Kidney Cure more than a hundred years, and that they for his kidney complaint. 31 34 understand it pretty thorough-- , is eviof Harlan, Three brothers by the name denced in the foregoing fact. Their Digestive Cordial is the safest and bestreJi-ed- y in Hopkins county, all married in one in cases of indigestion that we know week. Esposuro to Disease of. A trial bottlecanbehad through your dinggist forthe trifling 6um of 10 cents. Does not necessarily mean the contracThe Shaker Digestive Cordial supplies tion of diseases provided4the system is in the system with food already digested, a vigorous condition, with the blood pure and at the same time aids the digestion and all the organs in healthy action. of other foods. It will almost instantly re- When in such a condition contagion is lieve the ordinary symptoms of indiges- readily resisted and the disease germs tion, and no sufferer need to be told can find no lodgment. Hood's Sarsapwhat these are. arilla is the best medicine to build up the Salt-Ithcuni blood-disease- v One lot of nice 10-- 4 Blankets will be closed at 45c a pair, former price 98cc. We have just closed for one "f the largest Blanket Mills in the United States a lot of very fine and 1 all wool Blanket3. "We have not shown anything as 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 a3 long as they last. 114 IIF-- ' 1', o Now is the time to buy it as the prices are'eut half in two. Bemnauts of all kinds will be given out 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. TOTJ ILTISIHilD JL. "rTOSTTIEJIEe ZDSIE Get In The Band W mgons E6f0r follow the procession, Don't miss the good things, others will get a yd. these make beautifulcomfo rts as well as dresses. them."' We have 2,500 yds of beautiful Satteens worth 15c. a yd. that will close in this sale 6 c. at cn ' Y pi?giil Jllpll3DIl!!j)feljllei5)0ll)llf Jlfo fllBj NOTHING KESERVED. Men's Heavy Kip Boots, full stock, former price 2 and 2.50, will closed at 1.50. Men's good Boots, former price 1.50 and 1.75 per pair will be closed at 1 One lot of Ladies' Oi! Grain Front Lace Shoes, sizes 8 wil! be closed at 75c. these goods sold 1.25. One lot of Ladies' Oil Grain Button and Lace Shoes, worth 1.25, will be closed at Children's Shoes and Men's Heavy Shoes will be closed at prices to suit you, come and get them. 3-- he 00. at S5. system because meetings at the Christian church Dr. Martin's smoke house, at KingSunday morning. ston, was robbed of four hams on Rev. Dr. McDonald will preach Tuesday night, two weeks, ago by in the svond Presbyterian church Charles Gilmore, a young man of Sunday, January 24th, both that place, who sold the meat to a limrning and evening. Richmond merchant. Dr. Martin The child of Mrs. suspected the guilty party but kept George Lewis was badly burned at quiet for some time, when he placed reFort Estill. The mother was also a watch for the fellow, with the Gilmore was traced to Richburned while extinguishing the blaze. sult that mond with the property. He was After being confined to his room arrested last Wednesday and Wged for pome time with a sprained back, in jail to await trial next SatuAiiy. caused by falling off a stumbling ni-t three-year-o- ld horse. Col. be out. J. V. Caperton is able to hundred-thousand-dollar Richmond's public building is the handsomest structure east of Lexington, and vies in beauty with that of the Queen City of the Blue Grass. child of Mr. The and Mrs. Vm. Tribble, of College Hill, died last Wednesday night of congestion of the brain. Buried in the College Hill cometery Thursday. The candidates know where to announce themselves. See long-lisYe still have space to spare, and if any candidate finds his name missing from the list, it is his fault, not three-year-ol- d t. Sallie Crawford, of this county, was tried in Lexington on a writ of lunacy and found to be of unbound mind. She has been a patient at the High Oaks Sanitarium, for some time. The Curfew law is being put into execution all over Kentucky. Let the City Fathers of Richmond think seriously over the matter, that our boyB may be saved from tho snares of the devil after night fall. Washburn Crosby's Gold Medal, America's greatest family flour, a spring wheat patent. Other common flour bakes bread and biscuit, but wo take the cake. For hale at A. D. Smith's only. Also Ballard's ObeJxjx-ingto- ours. Mrs. n, lisk. That wonderful touch of nature that makes the whole world kin is felt now, if ever, the perfect expression of which is a graceful gift freely given. The graceful gift are here priced so that you can afford to givo ireely. Mothers give your little boy a nobby suit, fathers give your boys suits, and incidentally yourself ani co present of a suit or overcoat, or both. Come in, we can clothe and save you money. Covington & Mitehell. v seen. Foul play is suspected by his relaA special from Cynthiana Thurs tions here, among them being his says: "News reached this city that brother, B. Sigman, his sister, Mrs. Maj. Crosthwait, of Connersville, Louis Bernol, Robert Golden, and died at his residence there this John Blevins, of this city, who will morning, Maj. Crosthwait was one gladly receive any information reof the wealthies men of tho village, garding their missing relative. There are grounds for belief that also a leading silver DeiTTOcrat and a hard worker for his party. In his Sigman was trapped, robbed of his will he requested that the base of his money, horse and buggy and .murmonument be covered with silver dered. He was inoffensive, honest and tho following inscribed thereon: and polite and well liked by those "Free Silver at the Ratio of 10 to 1." who knew him here, particularly those for whom ho once clerked, Kentucky Banks Closed. Messrs. W. T. Edwards, M. H. .& C The German National, of Louisville, II. Pigg and Harris & Douglas. aud the Newpoit First National closed Obituary. their doors on Mondav. Also the Minn- To (be memory oJrs. II. IF. Shepherd, esota Saving", at St. Paul. In the abirio dial at Irvine, Ky., January 5, 1897: sence of reliable explanation for She came to our Southern home we may obtain consolation (?)from Dunn's Review, which smilingly opens when the sun was warm, when the up the New Year with this cold potato: skies were bright and the flowers "The vcar 1S97 begins with one clear were blooming. With her came1 brightness, warmth advantage; the past year has swept out and joy. Rarely has it been our of the way a great number of unsound concerns which in any time of acliyity privilege to observe so complete and bewould have been dangerous to business." ready a sympathy as exeisted tween her and tho friends and A Good Man at Work. family of her husband, whom she The Climax was favored last came to visit. Naturally bright, educated to a suweek with a visit from Mr. Joe. F. Waters, of Stanford, who was hero to perior degree, versatilo and sociable, reorganize the dormant lodge of Mac- she was at once recognized as a cabees, at this place. He was as- woman whose influence was extensisted by Mr. M. F. Elkin, a very en- sive in the advancement of whatever thusiastic frater. Mr. Waters is one is good and whatever is refined. Although an earnest and consist of the disciples of the Stanford Inte with which paper he ent Episcopalian, her religious ideas has labored for many years, and by and principles were so broad that whose editors he is held in high es- she recognized Christianity wherovor teem. Ho is a printer by trade, but it was found. She cams in tho summer; she left by careful attention to business he hns won tho confidence of his em in the bleak wintor and the gray and ployers and is regarded as one of the sombre clouder Jenve their shadows brightest ornaments of the profess- on Jhe liearts of her husband and of her sympathizing Iriends. ion in the Statp. I There is a solace in the cherishing Mr. Waters pays his restects to ! Richmond and Koveutl o her promi-- j of a happy memory .and in the hope n notice of a reunion in the bright beyond. nent citizens in a Journal. rEC.P. in yesterday's Interior these-break- s rior-Journal, .half-colum- Wants His Epitaph to Read, "Free at the Ratio of 16 to 1.'" Silver Jason Sigman, of this city, is mysteriously missing. Ho left here last February and went to Atlanta, 111., remaining until the middle of August, in the employ of a farmer named Gallus. Thence he went to Armington, 111., and stopped with E. L. Mountjoy. About August 22, he started for Kentucky, going toward Lincoln, somewhat out of his way, accompanied by a stranger. They traveled in Sigman's buggy, and that was the last time he was the best medicine for children. and pure blood is the basis of good health. Doctors rccomiuended it in place of Castor In cold weather it is especially necessary Oil. It to keep up the health cone because the which makes Ayer's body is subject to greater exposure and The Pills so easy to take, disolves immediately more liable to disease. Hood's Sarsapar31 34 on teaching the stomach, and so permits illa is the safeguard of health. strength and benefit of the med,the full A negro in Henderson drank seven icine to be promptly communicated. Ask cups of whisky in seven minutes, and yourdruggist for Ayer's Alrnanacjust out. died fifteen minutes later. It S. F. Fritz, of 077 Sedgwick street, III., a contractor shot and Chicigo, 6ays: "I had a severe cough At killed his wile and committed suicide. which settled on my lungs. I tried a Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers number of advertisers remedies and also placed myselt under treatment of peveral does its work thoroughly, coloring a brown or black, which, when dry, physicians, with no benefit. I was recomwill neither rub, wash off, nor soil linen. mended to try Foley's Honey and Tar It With little expectation of greeting relief, I purchased a bottle. I had taken but Blood is Life. when I felt greatly improved; I It is tho medium which carries to ev- was enable to sleep, spitting of blood ery nerve, muscle, organ and fibre its ceased, and by the the time I had taken nourishment and strength. If the blood the second bottle I was entirely well It is pure, rich aud healthy you will bo saved my life., 4 well ; if impure, disease will 6oon over States Marshal Will Deputy United lake you Hood's Sarsaparilla has power iam A. Bird was killed hi a desperate to keep you in health by making your battle with Moonshiners in Breathitt blood rich and pure. county Thursday. Lazol is sugar-coatin- g, Edn-arduni-foit- it makes pure, rich blood, Pants, Suits , Eta -- . r A 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 be closed at 48c. per pair. One lot of Men's Fleeced Lined Ribbed Undershirts, satiu front, pearl buttons, extra heavy, flat seam and cable sewed will be closed at 29c. each. One .ot of Men's Black Chiviot Suits, former price 5, will be closed at 2.98. XDno n these goods all season at 50 and 65a si suit. A lot of Ladies' Ribbed Pants worth 39 and 50c. per pair will be closed at 17c. per pair. We sell a Double Kneed 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. 'ot of Children's Union-Suit- all sizes will be placed on the counter at 29c. a suit, we sold I few-dos- 31-3- 2c 1 4 WCLQH3 ) 2c Wy-- .! m :! if I 24 C Eoe.'sPill3 are operate. 15j. easy to take, easy to Cure indigestion, biliousness. On Lost It Daniel Walker, a Garrard county fanner, has assigned. Others have found health, ,vigor and vitality in Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it surely has power to help you also. Why not try it? It Almost every man in America has tome 'digestive trouble. When men meetthe greeting usually is, "Well, how-ar- e you?" That develops health talk. The man who has no bowel or trouble is almost a curiosity. Trouble is men take no care of themselves. They eat as thongh they had copper stomachs apd bowels of brass. By and by, over worked nature rebels. Then come headaches, nervousness, bad blood, liver and kichjey troubles. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets furnish help for constipation and torpid ' liver, sick and bilious headache, dizzipefep, sour stomach, loss of appetite, indigestion, or dyspepsia, windy belch-ing- s, "heartburn," pain and distress after eating, aud kindred derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels. Accept no last County Court day between Richmond and Boonesboro, two red steers, (recently dehorned) with some little white and one knife mark in front of left hip, weight about S50 pounds. Also one cow, cannot give description. Any information will bo thankfully received. Nelsox P. Gay, 3 Winchester, Ky. 32-3- Beam Good Note Faper for 10c. Knitting Silk 5.c a spool. Tho largest Turkish Towel made for 10c. Get our White Clover Leaf Towel for 10c. A Large Nice Towel for 5c. Gcnivsi Aluminum durables for lc. each. Amber Shell Hairpins 5c. a dozen. Tortoise Sh'ill Hairpins 10c. a box, nice quality, We sell a good yard wide Bleach Cotton at 5c, yd. Jlope Londale Bleach Cotton 6c. a yard. Green Ticket Londale 6 l-a yard. frMasouville and Fruit of the Loom Bleach Cot-- i ton 7c. a yard. 10-Unbleached Sheeting 10c. a yard. U0-- 4 Bleach Sheeting (Pepperell) 16 yd. jTrion Mills AAA Brown Cottou, 5c. a yd. 3 Spools Best Spool Cotton 10c. 4 l-2- c. :ri H ' ') We. Have Jixst Opened -"a03e9-3Ca"ao9$l8S,-,CCC For Real. I offer for rent my store house at Rogersville, five miles south of Rich mond, on the Big mil Pike, for the year 1897, with tho privilege of a lodger period. Tho building is a large one, with up stairs that could be used for a dwelling In connection. It is a splendid location for a general or grocery storo, as either is badly This building has been needed. rented for $100, but will rent this year for $75. For further particulars call on or address. A. J. MaGoiKE, 3X-3- Miffed And placed on sale Ihc prettiest line of Hambergs, Embroideries, Laces, White Goods and Percales ever shown in this city. is a strong one ai)d they are going out rapidly, they are worth 10 Our 8 1 3c. line ot and 12c. per yard elsewhere. Our Fine Cambrie Percales are the prettiest thing ever shown over' our counters. IV-rcsil- i! tl V H Good Calicoes at 4c. a yard. We have just opened a beautiful line of calicoes of all kinds. ' They are as pretty 'as percales, come and see then. Our Bpriug Stock of Carpets, Oil Cloths and Mattings are being opened up. We haven't room to give prices here, but will guarantee to save you money on anything voa buy iu this department and shW you the most complete liue iu the city. Thanking you for past patronage and hoping that you may avail yourselves of the good things we are now oliering, We ire respt., many-nianjT ft -- 3 Terrill, Ky. jkX f v5feBfiS)?Nv 7Z?Sfa 1 substitute. It Six children were drowned in St. Loui3 Tuesday, while, skating Yes,' 'tis true; - Foley's Hoiicy and Tar Is f.la best;Cough Medicine. . . ft w ., 3L34 Cure all liver ills,, bitUius- - casa.. fli m H ness, headache, soar sfom-1 Mt ach, Indigestion, constlpa- - W Sfe tlon. TJity act railty, with- out ftiia er gripe. " Sold by all dni(rgit.-i- " P11U to tiko.iriUi Hoo4'. fcurMfMlUa. Hood Ej 3 I W J&asS" V" J2aM Jfe-- C J HA1V CO. r 111 JS'ceutt-Tfce'onl- m - K ot- v, !: ? jf v r i :n ?- s.- - - p . - a, r! - a.JS tt J? 1 -- Ir$ -- ?" 1897 'M " ' it KENTUCKY Cm NEWS. of tbc 'HER CLOTHING Brought Home by the 'Eteort, TTho la Thought to Ilave Killed the Girl. Fkaskfort, Ky., Jan. 12. Nellie Stepp, a colored girl, who lived with a woman named Mary Tay- -, lor, near Jetts Station, this county, is missing, and criminal assault and murder is feared. Charles Taylor, son of the woman with whom Nellie lived, has been arrested on suspicion. He was last seen with Nellie on Christmas night, and they wore tracked to a vacant house in the neighborhooi. When he returned ho told that Nellie had gone to Louisville. Word came from Louisville Monday that she had not been with her relatives there. Several days ago Taylor appeared at his sister'o horns with a bundle containing the missing girl's corset, shoes and some other articles of clothing. When questioned again about the girl he gave evasive answers, and finally threatened violence if any moro questions wero asked. The Negroes in the neighborhooi, who had kept quiet until now, told the county officers, who put Taylor in jail here Sunday night. The officers arc making a thorough search for tho girl's body, dragging ponds and looking nndcr log heaps. The Negroes are very much incensed against Taylor, and if the girl's body is found mob violence by his own raco is feared. DRUNKEN E. S. uiii newt from All Farta Commonwealth. DANGER Ketcs and Fttler Trial In LnniaviIIe. Lexingtos, Ky., Jan. 18. Information from Jackson Sunday night was to the effect that the friends of Deputy United States Marshal Will Byrd will make no attempt to lynch Jacob Neace and Dan Farler. who, it is alleged, so foully murdered him on Thursday last, OVER. Art Strongly Goarded M w W I? and who were jailed here Saturday Detective George W. Drake. United States Marshal Jim Blackburn has assured Ilyrd's friends that the murderers will be tried in the federal court at Louisville. It would, if they were so inclined, be a hard matter for the mob to take the men from Jailer Hiram Centers and the guard he has about the jail. Jackson", Ky., Jan. IS. The body ol the dead Deputy Marshal Byrd, wai shipped to Compton from here Saturday for burial. It was brought from the scene of the murder in a small boat down the Kentucky river some 25 miles. Friends of tha dead man will let the law take its course. Ilorle nnd Vrrkn to l'oiil Tlirlr lames. Chicago, Jan. IS. A special from : Louisville, Ky., to a moraine An important senatorial caucus was held here by leading republicans and the meeting resulted in an arrangement by which St. John Boyle, the caucus nominee of the republicans and John V. Yerkes, the republican national committeeman, will pool their issues, and that Boyle will withdraw as soon as nc can get nis lorccs in shape to turn them over to Yerkes. lioyle will then be supported by Yerkes and the Bradley crowd for a place in McKinley's cabinet. Game of l'oUer Canard It. Lexixoton. Ky., Jan. IS. John A. Curry and Dolph Conley, prominent young Lcxingtonians, the former an insurance and real estate agent t he latter a horseman, fought in front of tho Lcland hotel Sunday morning, and were arrested for giving each other black eyes. The cause of the trouble was a little game of poker. Kentucky V. M C A. Conrrntlnn. Kkaxkfokt, Ky., Jan. Is. The annual convention of the Kentucky Y. M. C A. will be held in this city February IS to 21. Among the speakers Bre Rev. Carter Helm Jones D. D- and Prof. William II. Marquess, D. D., of Louisville; Hon. Richard 1. Ernst, of Covington, and others equally well known. niht by paper-says- BRAWL. I -, Atgusta, Hall, of this city, while walkingon the track of the C and O., near Foster, Sunday evening, was struck by the westbound F. F. V.. and instantly killed. Deceased was aged 5J years, and was Tery deaf. IitTillr ICillol by a Train. Ky., Jan. IS. Wm. Mr. Thrrtcknmrtun Dead. Lexington, Ky., Jan. IS The wife of Capt. J. W. Throckmorton, of the K. C division of the L. X. railroad, died at midnight, after a year's, illness from a comoiication of diseases. Funeral at LexirgUm, at 1 o'clock t & K with murdering Newlon also colored, returned a verdict, giving Boner four and a half years in the penitentiary. tfimin?orf InrtorK-f- l. Ctntiiiaxa, Ky.. Jan. IS. The Harrison county republican executive committee, by a unanimous vote, recommended Hon. D X. Coraingore for collector for S xth Kentucky district. CaTx 11 n'illerr Itdiled. Moxticei.i.o, Ky.. Jan. IS. United States deputy marshals at the mouth of Carpenter's Fo-near Powersburg, captured a moo. shiner. In a large cave they found a still. Godfrey' Murderer. Grfr Lexixgtox, Ky., Jnn. IS. There is still no clew to the perpetrators of the murder of Thomas Godfrey, who was killed by robbers Wednesday night. Lynch, k. Four itnd a Half Year for 31nriler. Lexington--, Ky., Jan. IS. The jury in the case of lid Boner, colored, charged of Chnrles Taylor, the Negro murderer, Aired Couple Wed. Frankfort, Taylor to l!t- - Tried Thuraday. Ky., Jan. IS. The case has been set for trial in the circut csurt next Thursday. Ferguson, S3, and Mrs. Nancy Fought, 72, both of Nortonville, were married here. Lawrexceburg, Ky., Jan. IS. John H i r Safe ISlowu and Robbed. HAHr.ODsnuRG. Ky., Jan. IS. The safe at the Louisvilie Southern depot was blown open and S10 secured. The Hot Ivnlnap.uc; Caae. CoLUiiiius, O., Jan. ia Judge T. J. Dancan has postponed until Monday the decision of the Wolz case Mrs. Carrie Wolz, of Chilicothe, was arrested here Wednesday night on complaint of her divorced husband, August Wolz, who charged that she kidnaped their eijht-year-ol- d son from Denver, CoL, on December and brought him here. Ju lge Duncan ordered her release under bon 1 to appear in court , ir with the child, when he will decide who is the legal custodian of the child nnder decree of divorcement. Upon this the arrest will depend. LI cat. Gov. Klrkpntrirk's Condition Loxdox. Jan. IS. The condition of lion. George A. Kirkpatrick, lieutenant governor of Ontario, who underwent an operation in the South street hospital a few days ago, is rapidly improving. Colleen Cornir Overran With Tramp. College Corskr, O., Jan. 18. The town is overrun with tramps. A number or them forced an entrance into the high school building and proceeded to make themselves at home in the furnace room. Marsnal Handley succeeded in arresting four of them. Domestic Itailly Isaraed. Mt. Vernon, O , Jan. 1& Myrtle Bell, a domestic employed at the residence of Dr. John E. Russell, was, perhaps, fatally burned. She was trying to start a fire with kerosene. ,dfiLLost meant to bear be cause their husbands have "lost their health?" A man's health is an risy thing A little care and the right to medicine make it easy to regain lct health. Neglected disease breeds death. Over work, exposure, wrong eating, wrong living generally may engender disease. Symptoms vary, but by far the majority of diseases are marked by a loss of vitality, a wasting of flesh. The lungs and the stomach suffer. Disease - germs enter the system through these two "they were not How manv wo men do you know who are struggling along with burdens lo. or-gH- ns ; Golden Medical Discovery. It searches out disease-germ- s wherever they exist and exterminates them. It is a powerful, invigoray, c. us d of Keadovrthorpe Sold. ting tonic. It promotes digestion, Crsrnixxx, Ky., Jan. 13. Mrs. Lkxikgton, Ky., Jan. 13. Mcadow-thorpcreates appetite, cures biliousness FYaiikie Field sued her husband, Monthe home of CoL James JB There sYb 53 penitentiarfes and over and all liver, kidney and stomachs roe Field, or divorce, alleginjr that Pepper, who recently! made aa. assiga- - 17 Oflfl iaUs'in fiA TTnttWt StafaMt , TfcCT .after saarry lag her husband, in July, Lwt,0tec.bi1ndtheia.33ie-Lerla'exFeRseTt6"the'xwHtruiawjers, ana so ail Diood-di- sInfl' 1 'll l'l '7 1 B Vleo riii Va.1,..1. Coaomhrioaar' Morton J j ana' pkrchaisid mvim r:Ax gwt of the Ail medicine dealers. Mime von 'by Mrar JPjmnmt for S28.&3Q. . ' r.-- j j MthraM,M&,00a4mMai'.- - , sot "isT. Jllc-iue, II germs and building up strong, healthy tissues. The medicine that will do it quickest and most thor oughly Is jhe medicine to take. That medicine is Dr. Pierce's Recovery means driving out the rittmnn Shot and Killed Henry Trillion at rinevlltr, Ky. Ky., Jan. 12. E. S. shot and killed Henry Wilson j Monday in a drunken brawl. Pittman had been to Wasioto Depot ?nd secured a lot of moonshine whisky, and met Wilson on his way to Pineville. They concluded to take a drink, which they did. Soon the entire contents were exhausted and both became drunk. Pittman was boisterous and called WilWilson resented tha son vile names. insult and ran his hand in his pocket for his p'tstoL Pittman was too quick at the came, got his pistol first and fired the deadly shot that felled Wil- day. son to the ground. The ball peneNO MONEY, trated the heart. Wilson died instant And the State Treasurer Can't He Forced ly. Both are young men and sons of to Tay the 'Warrants. prominent farmers. Wilson's father, Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 14. Judge court, who was attending the circuit Cantrell, of the Franklin circuit court, wept piteously when he heard the sad decided Wednesday night that the news. state treasurer could not be compelled FIFTY CENTS by mandamus to pay warrants issued Paid by IlarobTcer, Illoom St Co. A nig in 1895, on the ground that there was no money in the general expenditure Fallnro Settled. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 12. An order fund of the treasury when the warwas entered Monday afternoon by rants were presented for payment. The Judge Ritchie, in the county court, re- treasurer has since 1S95, however, been warrants issued on the general leasing the C ilumbian Trust Co. as as signee of Bamberger, Bloom & Co., and i expenditure fund, and this suit was to Levi Bamberger, Julius Bamberger and prevent the treasurer from discriminating between warrants. The quesLevi Bloom. The assignment was made October tion whether the fund of one fiscal 20, 1S95, and the failure caused tho year can be used to pay tho warrants biggest sensation tha Louisville busi- of another fiscal year was not passed on ness world ever knew The statement was made, as a PAPERS FILED. ground for relieving tho trust company duty, that the firm had Ecott Jackson! Petition for a Rehearing; from further Reaches Frankfurt. settled with its creditors. The stateFrankfort, Ky., Jan. 14. The petiment filed in the case was immediately Jackwithdrawn. The settlement was on tion for a rehearing in the Scott mornson case arrived here Wednesday the basis of 50 cents on the dollar. ing and was filed with Clerk Adams, ' Dmocrtta Wl.t t te Ca. of the court of appeals. Lexixgtox, Kw, Jan. 12 Jad: The case has been assigned to Judge Parker in the circuit court Monday I'.azelrigg and will probably be redown his opinion in tho cit7 viewed by another judge, lloth the handed elect on cases of Zimmerman. W.trr n Jackson and Walling petitions are exand Gcers (republicans) pected to be overruled by the last of Foushee and Masuer (lemocr.it ) the week, and a mandate will then go for the offices of city clerk, assesso to the governor, who will fix the date and jailer. The decision favor-- , t'u of execution. democrats, who are now holding the aiunltrori t- Left In th-. - Lurch. offices The suit was the result of al- ..... a r.n . rri T... lejrcd illegal methods used bv the . of appeals affirmed tho judgment of , . .. , , . democrat? in the city election of 1S!)5. , Now the case goes to the court of ap- tue fiercer uircuiu cuuri scumuciu j. peals, on the grounds that the law gov- W. llugg to life imprisonment for the erning returns was not complied with. murder of William .Board, whose wife he had previously debauched. The n Lynchlntr court also affirmed the case of the two SnAKERTOWX, Ky., Jan. 11 MagisCrockets, convicted of manslaughter, trate James has been busy with tho nnd sent to the penitentiary by Casey case of the murder of Mrs. Wm. circuit court. at Shaker Bend. With the assistA th.cKeu' i"t.l Hide. ance of Sheriff James, County Judge Lexington, Ky , Jan. 14. A hen ' Roach and other officials the move- roost on the trucks of a Kenwent ments of the husband of the murdered tucky to Central smoking car at Mays-vill- e woman have bien traced. Devino Tuesday night, and kept her place Monday went to Harrolsburg. Gov. until the train pulled into Lexington Bradley has ordered the county off- Wednesday morning. As fare for the icials to prevent a lynching at all hazride Conductor Kirby had her convertards if any suspects are arrested. ed into a stew. Fusion at Frankfort. Bowling May He Pardoned. FrjAXKFORT, Ky., Jan. 12. The gold Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 14. Strong efdemocrats and republicans of this forts are being made to secure tho county completed their lusion. Monday pardon C. Bowling, of Clay counand nominated the following ticket, to ty, who has served 15 years for murrun against the regular democratic der. Prominent people were here nominees: For county judge, James A. Wednesday to ask for a pardon and it Violett (dem.); for legislature. W. J. is believed that he will get it. Lewis (dem.); for circuit clerk, Jacob Evidence of a Murder. Swigert (rep.); for county clerk, A. B. Hayden, Ky., Jan. 14. The clothes Hammond (rep.); for sheriff, John C of Miss Polly Feltner, who disappeared Bridges (dem.). January 2, have been found in the Story Not llclleved. Butler, Ky., Jan. 12. A man call- mountains near her home, and it is being himself Dr Harecourt, o' LonJon, lieved that she has been murdered. Eng., was found here in a Spilt HI Wife's Head With an Ax. condition The story is told that ho Louisville, Ky., Jan. 14. A special was robbsd of $1,500 oa Loagworth. from Hopkinsville, Ky., says that Reustreet, Cincinnati, bat no ere fence is ben Seargent, a Negro, split his wife's attached to it. He is suffering from head open with an ax because she had the grip, and was temporarily unbal- him arrested. She will die. anced. Louisville Man Assaulted. Lnnlsville Tobacco Election. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 14. "Billy" Louisville, Ky., Jan. 12. The Louis- Kerr, a Louisville traveling man, is in ville Leaf Tobacco exchange Monday a precarious condition as a result of an afternoon elected the following officers assault made upon him by Lineman for the year: President, John H. Weaver. l'helps; first vice president, Joseph Hunger lirorn llitn to llurclary. Robinson; second vice president. R. J. Marion, Ind., Jan. 14. A man who Gunter; treasurer, F. W. IL Hahn; secgives his name as John Ryan was retary, C II. Shackelton. caught while burglarizing the clothAccidentally Shot Ills Danshter. ing store of Phil Lyons. He had prenet-to12. Moses Pinevilt.e, Ky., Jan. what he toid a farmer living on Red Bird viously do. an officer cold and was goHe was ing to hungry creek, ten miles from here, accidentaland he preferred the penitentiary to ly shot and killed his his present condition. daughter Monday morning. Lnnc List of Tax Delinquent. Killed Over n Jag of Whisky. Valparaiso, Ind., Jan. 14. Auditor Pineville, Ky., Jan. 12 E. S. Pitts-ma- n Stinchfield has prepared the delinquent shot and instantly killed Henry Wilson, on "Brownies' creek, four miles list of lands and lots, which shows town lots than three from here, Monday evening. A jug of more will be sold forthousand February. taxes in that whiskv was the cause. South Carolina boasts that it Acquitted of Murder. bales of Paintsville, Ky.-- , Jan. 12. The ex- raised 701,700 the othercotton last year, states in the all amining trial of Paris Walters, for the beating of bales to the square mile unnumber alleged murder of Lindsey Conley, reder cultivation. sulted in his acquittal. TERRIFIC EXPLOSION FATAL DOSE. At the Colombia Poirder Co.'s Works, Louisville Man Huntin- - for Paregoric Near Pittsburgh Three Perjoas Killed Gets Carbolic Acid. and Other Injured. Louisvillk, Ky., Jan. 13. Philip C PrrrfiBUKGH, Pa., Jan. 13. At 9:15 Bonn, a retired merchant, died Tues- o'clock Tuesday morning the tank day morning from the effects of car- house of the Columbia Powder lobolic acid taken at his home. Mr. cated in a hollow mile- back Bonn had been suffering fr ;m an at- from the Ohio river and midway betack of cramps, it is said by the fam- tween the boroughs of Shonsetown ily, and arose from bed to take a dose and Shanopin blew up. Five minutes of paregoric. In thedark he got a later the storage room, in which was bottle or carbolic acid. He was heard stored a large quantity of explosive by his wife to exclaim: "My God, I material, was also shattered by a don't know what I have taken, but it terrific explosion. Mr. Stickney, the is killing me." proprietor of the works and his two daughters are dead. Mr. P. Ur. Sparks Takes His Life. NicnoLAsviLLE, Ky., Jan. 13. Dr. J is fatally injured and Walter S. Sparks, ono of Jessamine county's Crane very seriously injured. The citizens, shot and killed glycerine magazine is now surrounded himself at 1 o'clock Tuesday. Dr. by an uncontrollable fire and will SnarlfR tvn rt. nno fimfl nnA rtf iYtn Koof- - doubtless explode, adding greatly to known hotel men in Kentucky, having j tho damage of property. At 10:30 a. Deen proprietor of the Veranda hotl m. the residences of Irwin, Porter, at this place, ne was a brother of Honghton's barn, Hart's honse and Senator E. R. Sparks, of this city. other outbuildings had been burned. Houses for a considerable distance Fatal Shootlnc Scrape. Lancaster, Ky., Jan. 13. A shoot- surrounding were badly shattered by ing scrape took place at Paint Lick, the explosion, and not a window rethis county, Tuesday morning, be- mains in the vicinity. Tho fire threattween G. M. Mc Kinney and Fred ens destruction to much other propNantz, over the renting of some land, erty near by Blot at a TVeddlnc. and McKinney is dying as a result, Shenandoah, Pa., Jan. 13. The poMcKinney was shot twice in the side, lice were called on to quell a riot at a and either wound will prove fatal. wedding among tho foreign miners. Coal and tnniber Companlrs. When the they found Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 13. Tho about sixty officers arrivedlike demons. men fighting Pittsburgh and Kanawha Coal Co., of They turned upon the police and Newport, filed articles of incorpora- "knocked four of them senseless. When tion in the office of secretary of stato the police fiuaUy got control It was Tnesday. The R. H. Van Zandt Lum- found that two of tho miners had been ber Co.. o' Ashland, .also incorporated. dangerously wounded. Pin-evim.- Pitt-ma- n ously murdered in his saloon, at the corner of Montmnllin and Sellier streets, at 8:30 Wednesday night. Mrs. Godfrey says that her husband was playing checkers in tho grocery part of the establishment with his children at 8:20, when, she camo and called them to bed. She went with them upstairs, leaving no one in the grocery, save her husband. Sho had seated herself to teach the young-es- t tot its prayers when she heard a pistol shot in the saloon below. She rushed immediately down the stairs. Through the pistol smoke which yet clouded the room she saw her husband stagger backward and heard him exGod, ".My claim: I'm done for," corpulent and then heard his body striko the floor. The screams of Mrs. Godfrey attracted neighbors, who found Godfrey lifeless in a pool of blood which had streamed from the hole in the left temple. On the counter sat two dry glasses, and in the right hand of the dead man was a quart bottle of whisky. The front door, which Mrs. God-- ( frey left closed, stood ajar. The dead man had all his valuables His own revolver was properly loaded and in place in the drawer. Inquiry by the police developed the fact young Donovan, at the that switchman's shanty on the Cincinnati Southern road, had heard Mrs. cries, and on rushing to the door saw two men, one wearing a slouch hat and a long overcoat, rushing up-trailroad from the direction of tho Freight Train No. 43, on the Cincinnati Southern, north bound, was making up in the yards. Tho watchman in the tower said he saw two men answering the description board the train as it went out. Capt. Crane was notifie I Wednesday night that three men, supposed to be the murderers of Thomas Go Ifred.were taken off tho train at Williamstown. They will be held for him until ThursGod-fred- MYSTERY. Thomas Godfrey Killed by Two Unknown Men In His Saloon. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 14. Thomas Godfrey, aged 41 years, was mysteri- MURDEB There is no Word so Full of Meaning and about which such tender recollections cluster as that of MUST PAY TAXES. Unpleasant Mews for a Mining i finna sflirVircirtafiirillBiraBnaB I NEW YEAR. 4897 1 irJ m, Jni5& WTITO "Mother" she who watched our helpless infancy and guided our first totter-- , fog step. y i ne me or every Ex on mwa. &a wSffii'J im Ygt WA ' --- -- mgqjMother Will!s UCiCl w. pectant danger. 'Mother's Friend" 's so assists Nature in the change taking place that the Expectant Mother is enabled to look forward without dread to the hour when she experiences the Chosen President of Ecuador. joy of Motherhood. It insures safety Lima, Peru, Jan. 16. Gen. Medarto to both Mother and Child, and she is Aifaro has been elected constitutional found stronger after than before con- president of the republic of Ecuador by 53 votes, finement in short, it "makes ChildMadison Counry's Assessment. birth easy," as so many have said. Frankfort, be persuaded. Use nothing but Assessor P. B. Ky., Jan. 13. County Don't Broaddus has completed the assessment o: property in Madison county, Ky., and it amounts to 9,000,-00a slight decrease from last year. "My wlfo suffered more In ten minutes with Vkt.saili.E8, Ky., Jan. 13. A party of New York and London capitalists operating rich gold mines In Ecuador, South America, as the Playo do Oro Mining Co., capitalized at S10.OOJ.000, met hero Tuesday and elected officers. The syndicate operates under a Kentucky charter, hence the necessity of holding meetings here. County Attorney Davis exploded a bomb in the meeting by serving notice on the company to pay county and state taxes on their franchise, assessed at Sl.000,000, for the past five years, aggregating over 535,000. Tho company will fight payment, and the matter will go into the courts. Heretofore the syndicate has escaped local taxation. Clianed. Divorce Ltiw Misy ItlSMAJ'.CK, N. D., Jan. 1G. A bill has been introduced in the legislature making one year the limit of residence in this state to obtain a divorce. This is intended to stop the wholesale divorce business engiged in for the benefit of eastern marital malcontents. 1S Chartered In Kentucky. Company IM m 1 11 fl a V dS rtUtii jrs'sfpe .smOK" p tt j Sound Lungs u i - arc kept sound and weal lungs are made strong by Dr. Bell's! a scientific remedy of the most woadcrful efficacy in all lung affectioas. "A year aw I bad a long spell of fever that settled in my lanes and caused a severe cough. My physicians Uouzht I Pine-Tar-Hon- fttilB u RNIT fs now complete with all the LATEST STYLES, woald not recover, but Da. Bin. "a stopped the coogh at once and soon restored me to health." GEO. A. ALLEN. Clear Spring, Ky. DR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONE- braet wis We O 0 of ROCKERS "Mother's Friend tt ' is a certain specific for coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis, asth- ma, whooping cough and croup. Price 0, r druggists orsent upon receiptor price by : E. E. SUrlia4 SJM. ralink, E. c. SOc.. and II a bottle. At all m '23 have the Largest and Nicest Lice ever brought to the City. HJ Unr Diners .ire Our ( (, he either of her other two children than she did used altofsther with ber last,having previously blessfour bottles of "Mother's Friend." It is a a mother, ing to anyone expecting to become ays a customer." IIendesjok DALE,Carrai, I1L Ky., Jan. 13. The petition for rehearing in the Walling case - Frankfort, AValllnit Decision. -- ill fgk Our stock t (HIP 27-- 20 Suit by Mall, on rtctint of price. S1.00 PER BOTTLE. Swok "To Expectant Mothers" muled free, containing Taluablc information and voluntary testimonials. THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO.ArLArlTA.G. SOLD OT ALL 2V-,- 4 DRUGGISTS. Case Against . murrer of the defendants, L. C Norman and Auditor's Agent Barker, to the petition of the state in the suit against them to recover about SOO.000 alleged to have been illegally paid by the to his agent, was set for argument before Judge Cantrell Friday ' night, but was not reached. The suit was brought by John Younc Brown, who appears as leading coun-e- l on that side, assisted by Judge Jacobs, of Danville, Senator Lindsay, State Senator G rebel, of Covington.and Hon. James P. Helm, of Louisville, are representing Norman and Barker, and have filed a demurrer which, if sustained, would knock the case out of court. Owing to the well- - ' known political feud existing between Brown and Norman and the probability of some exciting sparring between them, a large crowd was present in anticipation of tho argument, but was disappointed. or ex-Go- v. FAILED TO REACH IT. Norman Dram a Lirce Crorrd. ' Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 10. The de- went out to Judge Hazelrigg Monday afternoon, but has not yet been considered in consultation by the judgesFire nu's'llurn Cpt."5iay's Home. Vanckburo, Ky., Jan. 15. The homo of Capt Charles May, a short distance east of Vanceburg, was burned by an incendiary while Capt May and his wife were spending the night at tho home of Merchant Crocket May, at South Vanceburg. Capt May is the father of the four notorious May brothers. A Mob Catherine. Middlesroho, Ky., Jan. 15. A mob is reported to be gathering at nyden, Leslie county, to lynch W. H. Garnett, colored, under arrest for the alleged criminal assault and murder of Miss Polly Feltner. Unless Garnett can prove analibi he may bo hung before many hours. broken-hearted READY TO UPPLYTHETRADE Our factory on Ijmrel Street in is now run nine, ami we are prepared to till ordem for twist of the II m " nae Wfi I o llie children quiel nil day. Suites make happ honies. Uui home early. Our Springs and 2lat I reuses cau.-- e yoi- ' Our FoldmcBeds will mot hurt ou. Our Folding Couches ailord the greatest pleasure. don't fail to see. . Our "Wire Cots are great variety. Our Secretaries and Book-case- s Our Side boards all new and hamfctiisp. s will just finish your Our Ifock. Hat-rack- cfinforiable you regret Ieiivinjr lh talile. rkeep h s! coni.-t- s of too much to mention each item and all that is necessary, us a call, and we can furnish you anything you may wish for. is for .u III t n C n ui fRUa Out Undertaking Department is Always Complete, IL " "P&ir o! Jh" Ross, ifS grrHJ urnru-- i rutrinruxru vnjxnrmj vtirtriJVnruTXiriri innsinm irLrinrLru i n n n r rinrLruxririrtrtrtrLru iru chants. Charced With Murder. Paducah, Ky., Jan. 15. Will Graham, alias Will Gainer, was arrested hero Thursday on the belief that he is i- nthe man wanted at Keedsville, Ind., on a charge of killing Wm. Counts, a druggist last December, and robbing the victim's body of S'JO. Chirles Taylor Indicted. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 15. The grand jury Thursday afternoon returned an indictment against Charles Taylor, the confessed murderer of Nellie Stepp. Taylor will be in court Friday and his trial set for tho present term. ington special says that it has been definitely settled to make St John Boyle.'of Kentucky, attorney general. He was the caucus nominee of the republicans for United States senator. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 15 The business block known as the Lexington Business College building, was sold at auction Thursday to W. "Hops" Laude-mathe turfman, for S3S.850. John Knss AcqnltteJ. Georgetown, Ky., Jan. 15. John Russ, who was arrested with Jim Carroll, charged with the murder of A. D. Wright, had an examining trial Thursday and was acquitted. Deputy Marshal W. A. Byrd was killed in this county Thursday by Jacob Ncace. whom he sought to arrest A posse has gone after Neace. 15. Brande, three grades'. We can save you fti! tip inmifv cni us a uiiii nnier; yon wun Espehe j;lad with our nriMtui'lH. cially pleased to hear Iioin country mer- GHANAN njxnjxrmraijijvxniuinnjmnruirtrt fTrri frarSTRfrraiiirrrlMrrrlJliTSl AND Hl(r ERSTAFF. v nrtrtiJirirLruinaniJuuxrurtrutriru nn. FURNITURE AND BI0RTICIANS. White UiciMioxD, Ky. mmmmBmmmmmim Shortcst and quickest between STffsrfSMrrSi'arrSMrfSJiTSJ ajp sil aMIIrl mfM BRIDGEFORP'5 NOW 18 THE T PURCHASE THEM! Frankfort and Paris. Ask for Tickets ia. Ky. Midland Schedule of Trains. In effect November 10, 1SS6. a. m. i. ai. r. ai. No. 1 No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. A 6 S3 7 02 7 OS 7 16 7 27 7 33 7 45 7 50 inst ! . Frs De-vin- e reached. President J. J. A. Fischer, who alone knew the combination, died a few weeks ago. Search among his effects for a memorandum giving the combination proved fruitless. On Monday experts were called in. They worked several days trying to hit upon a combination; failing in this, they began drilling two days ago. The safemaker must have made a good job as the progress of the experts is very slow. As the work advanced it grew more difficult and it will be some days more before the steel door can be penetrated. Tho bank is not hampered, as the usual vault is opened by the cashier. President Fischer had exclusive charge of the gold reserve. BY AN INTERMARRIAGE Si One Has Keen Able to Determine the Kelittloushlp the Children Hear to Each Other. Jackson, Ky., Jan. 1C By tho intermarriage of families here, no one has GOLD LOCKED UP. Nobody Knows the Stfe Combination Since Hanker Fischer Died. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 10. The gold reserve of the German Insurance bank, amounting to is safely locked in the reserve vault and can not be WHEN LADIES PURCHASE Doyle for Attorney General. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 15. A Wash- Die lllock Sold. n, Jackson, Ky., Jan. Deputy Murshil Killed. 111! Jk M MS HON. C. S0L0IN RICHMOND. yet been able to figure out the relationship their children bear to each other. N. B. of-E- . judge "of the Breathitt county court, married the daughter of Capt Cope, the latter's wife died and he then married the sister of his Judge Day. The mother of Judge Day died, when Judge Day's father, W. R. Day, married the sister of CapL Cope, the and brother-in-laof his son. Judge Day. All are wealthy and prominent people in this county. Day, son-in-la- father-in- -law w half-daze- d n, Co-'- s - one-ha- lf ford county family, was arrested and placed in jiil here at midnight charged with having assaulted Mrs. Wm. a bride of less than two months. She is John Dunn's niece. Dunn is afraid lie will be lynched when taken to Versailles. Decision In the Fostrr Case. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 10 The federal jury Friday morning brought in a Eacapeil Prison rd Surrender. verdict for the defendants in the FosHUNTINGTON. W. Va., Jan. 15. Percy ter case. Foster sued for 50,000 acres Teyton and Hat Baum,'ardner, who of land in Bell county now occupied escaped from jail Sunday night, came by 301 different owners. lie lives in in Thursday and surrendered. Kansas City, and claimed the land un'Well Known Farmer Dead. der an old Virginia patent. Lancaster, Ky., Jan. 15. Mr. Mich Garnrtt Under Guard. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 1G. Informa- Broaddus, age 85, a well known farmei tion has been received from Pineville and an old soldier, died at his home to the effect that Garnett, the Negro near here Thursday afternoon. arrested in Leslie county, charged with the mnrderof Peltner, is being THE MARKETS. guarded by 100 armed men to prevent lynching by a mob. CiHcixsATi. Jan. I& Spring fancy. tS.'JQ 24.25: spring Failed to Keport. family. spring patent. ci.5 44.90; Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 16. The winter patent. 117) i4 0: fancy. HJiJI 50; famllv, J3W3.J90: Franklin county grand jury returned 8i.V)3i7i: rye, extra, II "5 ia.25 low grade, indictments against the Louisville Wa- city, ti 7ia:.E0. nortnwestora, SI7J ii8J. do ter Co. for failing to make the reports WnEAt So 2red comlcalatS'c. to the secretary of state, as required Cons Sales: Yi How car. track. 23o: No. 2 mixed, track, 22y,c; No. 2 white, mixed, track, of all corporations in this state. 23c; whltoo r. track 21c White Hot Iron Explod 8. Oats Sales: No. 3 mixed, track. 174c; IIcos 8aQ3 . elect Louisville, Ky., Jan. 16. Tho ex- butchers. Select shipper', m l5.HQi3.-iif.ilr irrwi m.b.u plosion of a ball of white fair Rood Hunt, hot iron, which fell into a tank of wa- mon ana roujns.to z.BvdS.v $3.353 50: com ter at the Ewald Iron factory, injured Cattle Kalr to good shippers. 3.733t63; John Eisman and May Eisenback so good to choice butcners". 3.853125: fair to medium butchers', IJ.s52lJ.75. common. HS0 badly that both may die. aoa Sheep asd Iambi Sheep Extras, 13 653 Stole His llojs. Vanceburo, Ky., Jan. 10. Thieves 3.75; good to choice. 13.10 3. 63. common to fair. ti530a Lambs Extras. 15.10 5.25; went to the hog pen of Jack Willim, good to choice. t(.tX ct.5.03)- common to fair, the richest farmer in the county, killed 1 7524 5a VjsaL CALvis-F- atr three hogs, cleaned them near the pen to good Usht, 14003 5.75. extras. iS 0 : common and large. UL0Ji and carried off the dressed meat. 4.7ji Part-wood, 1 Fearn for His Neck. Ky., Jan. 10. John Dunn, a member of a prominent Wood- Frankfort, At 12:3J p. m., Thursday the sentence was read in the case of Luis Someilan, the naturalized American citizen who has been found guilty of conspiring against the Spanish government The sentence of the tribunal before which he was tried is that he be imprisoned for life in chains. Someilan's lawyer will appeal to the supreme court at Madrid against the decision of the Havana tribunal. Without lonmlation. New York, Jan. 15. It is stated officially that the rumor that a syndicate identified uith the Huntington interests has been formed for the purpose of taking up the claim of the government against the Central Pacific is without foundation. Traveling 1'iconlto. Paris, Jan. 15. A high government official has left Madrid under strict incognito for Washington as a private negotiator, with full instructions from Senor Canovas, the premier, and the duke of Tetuan, minister of foreign affairs. 15. Havana, Jan. I.n's Somellan Found Guilty. cum son I Oi CO. T. CALDVELL, Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Paukersdurg, V. Va., January 2(5, 199o. 1 Lv Stamping Ground 1 Lv Duvail Lv Johnson 2 2 Ar Georgetown ) 220 Ar C. S. Depot J. B 755 3 00 8 03 Lv C. S. Depot ) Lv Newtown 3 20 8 IB 4 05 Lv Centerville 8 IS 4 10 Lv Elizabeth 8 20 4 25 C 8 30 Ar Paris ' A.M. P. M. P. M.'A. M. No. 2. No. 4. No.10 No. S. TRAINS WELT. Lv Paris . C 9 00 5 50 3od Lv Elizabeth . 9 10 6 00 5 15 .. ,Lv Centerville 9 11 6 01 5 25 Lv Newtown 9 22 6 12 5 10 9 32 6 22 5 55 Ar C. S. Depot ) Lv C. S. Depot . D 93S 630 ) 6 40 Lv Georgetown 9 40 6 31 6 50 Lv Johnson.. 9 45 6 40 7 CO 9 51 6 41 Lv Duvail . . 7 27 Lv Stamping Ground 9 53 6 53 7 45 10 (W 7 04 Lv Switzer 7 55 10 16 j 7 11 Lv Elkhorn , 10 22 7 17 8 05 Lv Summit .. 8 15 . A 10 30 7 25 Ar Frankfort All trains daily except Sunday. The Kentucky Midland Railway an t connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north, south, cast and west. For further information apply to their agentor C. D. BEQCAW. GEO. B. HARPER, Gen. Pass. Agt. Receiver & Gen. Supt. Frankfort, Ky. ' Lv Summit. Lv Elkhorn Lv SwiUer Lr Frankfort 2 40 2 47 2 53 3 01 3 12 3 18 3 23 3 30 3 31 3 37 3 47 3 55 4 00 4 10 1 1 1 1 00 10 20 32 13 53 06 15 Our line is the most complete in the city, just received, and not PICKED Come in an inspect these goods, the choicest selection ever brought to Richmond. tpm Blsyu f HE 7 n n va a -- &'v.- E. W - ?5j5 S. Sy White -32-3- 1 d- GlbsoiHc P.-:ce-- Al W nter Gool- - at Greatlv Reduced . The Wright Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio PATS THE using Gentlemen . I have Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1S94. an-- find them to Im aa recom. . . YOD I first beean taking them mended. while at Hot Springs. Aik, ruder treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and .Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been s long sufferer. I found the l FREIGHT. PAY FOR THE . . ' a T. oaes aaoeoooo aosoeosa sac aA .............................. Jfev .....-....- s.n c , iQ DRINKS. STREET. RICHMOND. a a.. 9a... COa... KY. ...it ..9 o o Celery Capsules gave me :reat relief from the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and id I iifTering with like afllietious or either of them. Very truly yours, Cn.vRLEsT Caldwell. Sold by T. S Hugan, Druiriist. Price 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drugG- store and get free sample. &r if & V.i list opened on Secon d NO. 8 SECOND ...aw -- o 9 Plione.No. 3. toll'.'. til'.'.'. Job Work GF Vsi;, sz sCA Ax 5- j! X Vctntlv occupied hv T. - '8SO .a OS nR A.OhMiaiill. A1Ij:omIs ll" . Anew AT V ...ad ITtntc All MllUb All at... Artistically Executed COaa.. at this Office. Caa... Sa... A' V C VWP ffKgjN B riis uimnnnr. yi ann EOc. per box. Japanese Liter & AH LZ. HI ISji Eri TSy VSy ftlleti, 50 pills. Z5C. TV111 euro all JcinI of Tilrs. Tlir uflTerTrlth this terrlblodtsrieoo? XVr, slr- - lrrlttn with ruaranle receiptfi Sl.flC boiM, to rffnnil th mnnT ir lint Paul, (I. JXalleU to fcny ad I'lirf dieka uu Minn. of iiricn. 1ae.litpnoarilaCurtiJuUi&uj, bu AV. G Whiu, DrucRPst, Tticlunond, Ky. by . J1PA EOc. SW W a VeC "A &C Vt",vV. antl sn,,i as low s iiiiv in Hie market ior PASFI ..3 JP a9 5 -- -- o9 9fS e 33 U3 3 3Cjl .aaC aid 61 ftt box, 6 for $5. iR VT mill:'. We have no books and V can therefore se'.l al Lowest Prices for AH I aa.. 50-- 175-pou- - amli:: aa goods fresh he city and Oashk from v5CT L htLA viC X m X7 i ...JS ..939 -- ...o to .0 a ! V -- '.aO I8 ...J 3 2 SO HO .a 3 A on, W ryan s book:::: imme- mil'.:'-- a nev C3 aoO S.:i: C supply received daily D. CHEN A ULT& CO. Y - ALL wlio are interested in furthering the sale of Hon. vX i && S atO ...a9 as .CO to a i5 ey Stakeholder Mlsalnjr. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 10. J. C." Griffith, a barber, is missing from here. He held considerable stake money on the result of the late election, which has not been settled. well-know- n died here Friday night suddenly aged 02 years. July. K'c bid. Kicked by-- Mule Russell yillk, Ky., Jan. 10. Samuel Cattle Prime, Bratten, aged 25, was kicked cows. K 0X33. 60, JI.80S5.00; bulls, stags and by a mule Friday morning and his Hoes Prime light and best medium weights. !16(frJ7: fair. $3.5533.60, heavy, condition is dangerous. $3.353 45 roughs, eimaaio. Killed by a Log, Sheep Prims. $185.1100. fiir, exMSlSO; Mt. Cajimkl, Ky., Jan., 10. William common, FJ.4023C0: ctotce lambs. $5.0)35.25. Veal Calves tS.5037.01 Miller, a young married man living near this place, was instantly killed by WntAT No. 2 red, New York. Jan. 16. March, GOJi IMWc: a loir rolling over him. May. M July. 83c CoR.1 No. 2. V9Kfc J)tf c: May. 3J Pittsburgh, Jan. is. ine Panhandle Oats No. 2, dull, steady; western, tiasoo: Limited was wrecked near McDonald, May. 22io bid. Pa. A bad rail' is supposed to have caused the accident President Roberts and party of the Pennsylvania railroad were on the train and their cars were thrown off the tracks, but none of tho party wero injured. Chief Engineer T. D. Johnson was seriously Main but not fatally injured. (Opposite Glyndon.) a Capt. Kldd Exp re. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 16. The famous auctioneer of thoroughbreds and turfman, Capt. Phil Kidd, all-arou- Wootj Unwashed, fln merino, 9310a per clothing. li,M3c: medium, lb: quarter-bloo- d delaine and clothing, liill.--; braid. II &l-medium corabiuij. U Waihed. rta j toXX. 11 il.'c: ra;dlntn clothing. 113 15o. del line ti;ece. HIV;: loaf comola?. 15 16j. qu irter-b.oanl !3llo. common coarse. llI2c: choice. 173!8o; average, I6lfc. Chicago. Jan. 15. Wheat-Janua- ry. 78?o: May, 83Mo tldj July 7iJJc. September. 75;e. Cons January. 2:ic; May, HKo: July, SUo: Saptimbj r, ,23a tlta c; .X oJ ei lo. diately with the publishers. The work will contain An account of his campaign tonr . . , His biography, written by his wife . . Si? His most important speeches The rewiits of the campaign of 1886 . . A review of the political situation . . . J. Bryan's new book shonhf correspond aa.. a... aa.. V.'- - -- m ." V mA a .areaaaaoaoaooaaaaaeaoaeaaa3eoeeooo'. vSBBBBBAaAaaAaA.a&AAKAAKAAAAAAAaaa. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. .................................. ........ a..................................... ' rC 1 ' N --- ..etV a ..? .aQ M has announced his intention of devoting one-ha- lf of all royalties U furthering the cause of bimetteilism. May, liSKe: 13U 13i: There are already indications of an enormous sale. Address PirrsBunon, Jan. 14 Mr. E ryan. THE WILLA 'V3 V. B. 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