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Gov't Report, I A JL 1 IF, ff V- If JOB WORK 4 -- sa ?W CAREFULLY EXECUTED! Wl L89T. UE0. W. RILEY Of Shelbyville, rfcJ Ot WEDNESDAY, JUDGE SCOTT TOR JANUAEY 27, a NUMBEE y Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. L. Middelton. druggist, and used them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they gave me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, Ky., Recommends TO 34. We wish to cannon ail of Simmon? P.e .! r on a subject .f the despeet st ai:d iniitoitaace to their health Pr,.api tne r Jivm. TLe sole proprietor; r. 1 iuacn of Simmons l.iver Ifegulalor are often I'ecejved by i mi ail taking some medicine of a arrwnrnce or taste, believing it to ni re s.aiiujn Liver Regulator. vVwarn t a nat unless the word firguhtor 13 on if Reju'-itor-or Dottle, tliut it is not Simmons No one els makes, or Tfrhxfl Liver fVtukitor, or unvifcns called Simmons Liver Regulator, t ji J H Zeilin A. Co., and no medicine made tT anvone e s is the sum (We alone can j a i' ap and we cannot responsible, if - (' ra&hcines represented as the same do r. i oe' vou as you are led to rsjecl they w.I, Ce.tr this fact well in mind, lfjon have ien in the htbit of umnga medicine which ooup,osedto be Simmons Liver Rcgula-li- r ih name was somewhat like t an! th package did ix.t have the word K.u atoroo it, you have been imposed rpt.n aid have not lieen taking Simmons J rrr KnVtor at all. The Regulator has r txvirablv known for mny years, and a wn. u- - it kno how necessary it is for end Aa-jBihuus Fever, Constipa-i"- r and all disorders jtr j rruRi a Pi'eawd Liver. V. k vou to look for yourselves, anil a itiat S'jiimonh Liver Regulator, which an readilv distinguish by the Red Z raj ter, and by our name" is tLe only n. railed iuin)nn Liver Regulator. J. II. ZKIMN Si CO. Take L -t WARNING. uers For the Climax. READS LIKE A ROMANCE. v- -r (m vsm Graphic Description of One Night's AdventuresA few days aco ltr pa-ka- g . I took a stroll out through the mountains on sorao business and one evening while in Harlan county, near Poor Fork, I observed that it was getting along- towards night and that I had better be on the alert for a shelter. I had not gone but a little ways after this thought 6truck me until I was confronted by a splendid looking residence for a mountain country, at which plare I made application for lodging, and ns every man's door string hangs on the outside in the mountains, it h useless to say that I was accommodated. By the time I got my horse fed and warmed myself a little supper was announced and the old gentleman invited Tr" . J. H me in to a very respectable looking tabic. Tiicv had a roasted coon in a big stove pan which attracted my attention very much, as it was cooked with its hideon, which seemed to be the favorite dish among the family, and any ne that knows an thing about a coon's hide can imaciue the kind of teeth it would require to devour one cooked this way; but the whole family seemed to be supplied with an extra good Bet and they ax i.lver Eeg-iilalorSim iibed them as if they had eaten coon cooked with its hide on before. PROFESSIONAL COLDHH. After I bad filled my spacious maw-anwent back to the big oak fire. I soon found out that the old gentleman was ED GOLDEN, not very interesting, so told him was I I leelini: tired and would like to retire. STENOGRAPHER AND Accordincly he got a pine knot torch, TYPEWRITER. took me up a long stairway to a big log Kentucky. room that hadn't a single thing in it but Rn iimond, one old fashioned bed almost bare of cover. He told me that this was where &&OjJicf adjoining A .It. Burnam"t. I could sleep, and after waiting until I had undresbed he stepped out w ith bis ATT03ITSTS. torch, 'leaving nia in the dark. I had not been lying there but a short while F. BURXAM. listening to the riiiih of the water, as it '. S. UOBEELEY. gURNAM MOBERLEY. was on the banks of Cumberland river, and its constant splashing against the . Attorheys-at-Lawpiles below, until I began to hear stirring ItlCHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. down stairs as if visitors were coming in. 0 Office in Burnim Building, recently I listened at the loud talking and laughpied by A. R. Burnara. ing and heavy walking until my curiosity . got so stirred up I concluded that I -. 3crrJrJr-v-.iTwould go down and see what was the matter. I put on my clothes and careA TTOP.X E w, fully felt my way to the bottom of the steps, then stopped for a moment to asKENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Office over Taylor's Hardware store, op- certain where the noise was I had beeii bearing. I toon perceived that it was in posite Court riotie, on Slain Street. a different apartment of the house to what I had previously been in, but in a II. B HOGG, few more 6teps in the dark I was at the ATTORNEY AT LAW. door that entered the room in which the Kentucky. visitors seemed to be. After hesitating Rmiuoxu, for a moment I tapped gently at the 0 door, and it as soon opened. A glance Office Xo. 13 First St., up Mains. in the tooui revealed the fact that this old man was a distiller (a moonshiner GRANT E. LILLY, no doubt) and crowds of men and women LA W, A TTORXEY-A- T would meet there every few nights for Kentucky. enjoyment and to drink bis liquor. Bichvo.vd, Scarcely bad I entered the room when Ofllce S. W. corner Slain and Second the ecene that burst upon my sight proirs. AVill practice in all duced such a poignant sensation that I streets up the courts of Madison and adjoining stood for a few moments almost motioncounties and Court of Appeals. less with mingled surprise, hoiror and my eyes dNgnst. Tor bimultaneoii'-l- y J. C. & D. M. CUENAUl.T. were greeted by the spectacle of half-nak.1 TTORXEYS A T LA W, girls and wretched boys wrapped Kentucky. iu rags all engaged in a hideous orgie Riciiunvn, my care were assailed by the jabber of OnVe on Second Ft'vet, over Chen- - many longing, ail enunciating language of tlie most GUMene, filthy and profane ault's grocery. description. Every one present looked a little sur prised when I first entered the room, but A th-W. A TTORXEY--A soon perceived that I was after no harm and made mc welcome. Shortly I , Rirhmo-idKentucky. got out my pencil and began to take notes; and to thaw an adequate picture 13 Collection solicited. of this scene would be surprising to our civilized country. Iu a loii, low and s?2Ys:eAsr: 1 room a number of men and women were seated at tables, some of them engaged iu taking lunch and all DR. II.R. GIBSON, having drinking materials before them. PHYSICIAX AXD SURGEON, Notwithstanding the weather was Kentucky. rather cold without, an intense heat perBiciiuoND vaded this place, for at one end there was a fire which blazed from an enorOftct ia the Joe C .lis biuMing, i! and o Sec e 37- half way up the ond Street, over Wn.te . tM tru;tore. mous chimney. Besides the cloud of tobacco smoke, which spread like a blaze CIIAS. HOOKER, throughout the apartment, and appeared T ETERIXARY SURGEON, to hang like a mass of dingy drapery to Graduate Ontario VcUrinary CuUegr. the ceiling, augmenting Uim heat and producing a stifling sensation iu my Yttennary Dentistry 4D1 Sterility a Specialty. rendered O&ce up stairs over New York Store, corner throat, the atmosphere was 40-Uuin ana ririt Hreeti. Richmond pestiferous with the ordor of strong onions and the fetid exhalations from the 11. m. filthy garments and persons of the profMedicine and Surgery. ligate horde. Ofhce Collins Building, MainStreet. The vapor appeared to be of a darker Tflephont at reiitlcnce (the Cnrr Uce) on hue in consequence of the blackness of Uro.iday. - Kentucky the ceiling, and tlie walls which were - RICHMOND, Been dimly through it, while the floor was begrimed with dirt that it seemed DR. O. A. KENNEDY, the cleaning effect of water was unPHYSICIAN A ND SURGEON, known at this place. Kentucky. On one side of the room was a table or Richmond, bar, behind which btood a fat, burly, d Office ic Smith Building, No. o Uain Street, np man with a dirty, cotton cap upon stair. Office hours 11 to 1 an i to 5 o'clock. his head and a short pipe in his mouth. Having thrown off his coat in conseDR. JOHN M. FOSTER, quence of the heat he was now in his Kentucky shirt eleeves, and his linen was certaiiily Richuond. the foulest ever thus displayed. This individual 1 took to be the boss dog of Telephone at office and residence. V the whisky sales, and his bloated appearance indicated that he was no indiffG. W. EVANS. M. D., erent admirer of hi3 own liquors. His right arm was around the waist of a Physician and Surgeon, dirty drab of a girl, who seemed to be - Kentucky. his avowed damsel, and his left hand Richmond, grasping a small club which he rapped energetically upon the table whenever DR. T. J. TAYLOR, he considered the noise to be growing Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, too clamorous. This girl was dressed in Kentucky a very slovenly manner; her flaming red Richmond, hair was in such disorder that it looked Office and residence on Tlilrd Street. for all the world as if she had been creeping through a briar patch, and her rSUTTJLL EURSEBY. face and hands appeared to have had a desperate quarrel with soap and cut it DR. A. T7ILKES SMITH, accordingly. Her gown was open in front, displaying her scraggy neck and DENTAL SURGEON, Kentuckv chest, for she was hs fiat in respect to Richmond, bosom as one of the opposite eex. Her was Sallie, building-- , Uiin Street, Office Christian name I presume Ornci Smith 11. 5 iux to 4 h. M. a ours, to ia but this individual she was with always Crractice limited to dentistry. spoke to her as plain "Sal." Behind this lable or bar, and raised upon trestles of rough hewn timber, was 3. A. Yatks. J. C. Uosaut. a large keg of liquor, for the apparatus MORGAN & YATES, whereby the drinks could be tirawn DENTISTS, from the cellar into the "bar" was not Kentucky. as yet invented. Richuond. I looked up over the ' bar," and there I noticed painted, or Omcs Main Street, over Ha&npn National rather scrawled, with brush en Bank. " a-. a MIS, MID occu-31-3- 31-3- ed GREEN CLAY T-L--- v fire-plac- wide-inouth- two or three poplar boards, the ensuing doggerel: "All them as comes to ask for beer. Must tip the ready shino here. Short reckoning makes long standing friends, While tick in strife and trouble ends. And when you go I hope you'll not Valk otl with glass or colfee pot." The rules and regulations laid down in this composition would not have appeared unnecessary or misplaced in the eyes of one who studied the aspect of the company present for a more villainous and repulsive assembly of human beings it would be difficult to conceive. Rascality and dissipation characterized the countenances of the men profligacy and debauchery marked those of the women. Many of both sex were in rags others were more comfortably and a few w ei e flashily dressed in their mountain shies. But the unmistakable stamp of inveterate vice and loathsome immorality was upou them all, and if any doubt as to their princi ples had existed in the mind of a person entering upon that scene for the first nme, me coin ersai ion which s going on would have cleared up all uncertainty in a very few moments. The women positively appeared anxious to out vie the men in the horrible nature of their oaths, the disgusting ob seenity of their jests, and the coarse frankness with which they glorified in their profligacy. After witnessing Ibis bacchanalian revel for peihaps thirty or forty minutes I came to the conclusion that I would not be safe to remain at this place all night so I feigned sleepiness, and under pretense of retiring I made my way to the rickety old barn where Iliad quartered my horse, and afler fumbling around in the dark I finally located saddle and bridle, and in a short time was on my way to a more congenial place to spend the night. After riding about three miles (which seemed twenty on account of the rough and iockyroad)I espied a light, which, upon nearer approach, proved to be shining from the window of a very nice looking two-stor- y frame house. After hallooing a couple of times a gentleman opened the door and came down to the gale Upon inquiring what was wanted, I told him that I had unluckily become belated and asked him if he could keep me until morning. He replied that he was not iu the habit of entertainirg strangers, but as he disliked to turn a fellow off at that hour of the night he g'lessed that he would hae to accommodate me and told me to Might." After going with him to see that that my horse was properly cared for we entered the house. We chatted a short while on general topics, when I expressed a desire to retire. He conducted me to a cozy and well furnished room on the second floor, and after "good-night- " was passed I turned in, and it was not many minutes before I was completely under control of the god of sleep. Upon rising the next morning I repaired to the sitting room on the first floor, and shortly thereafter was summoned to breakfast. After being introduced to his ery respectable looking wife whom I had failed to meet the night before, I told him of my stopping at the previously mentioned place, but becoming uneasy on account of what I had witnessed, had pressed on to find a plate where safety was more sure. For a moment he seemed thunderstruck, but presently remarked, "You were lucky to escape that gang. Had you stayed there," said he, "until First-shJoe had time to settle on their brain, you w6uld in all likelihood have been robbed and probably murdered " Upon inquiry as to where the proprietor of this den got this name of "First shot Joe," the gentleman informed me that he had at one time operated an illicit btill Eome where in Pike county several years ago. and upon being surprised by a revenue officer Joe got the drop on him and the officer never returned to icport. How long has he been operating in this locality, 1 inquired? "Well, about two years, I should judge. After murdering the revenue officer in Pike county the officials made it so hot for him that lie went West and stayed about a year, finally di if ting back after the matter had died out." 1 thanked the gentleman for his kimd-nes- s, and also thanked my stars that I had escaped "First-sho- t Joe's" gang of then proceeded on home"Oku Dee See." ward. d. ot cut-throa- Highest of all in Leavening Strength. EIGHTY YEARS AGO. RoYal S2HW WMMf ma' TiM VS&a& In this issue of The Democrat will be found the announcement of T. J. Scott as a andi late for re election tothti office of Jndge of this the 25th Judicial District composed of the counties of Jessamine, Madison, Powell aud Claik sub- Eighty years ago there were: No sewing machines. No steam machinery. No moter cars. No Lucifer matches No pneumatic cycles. No pneumatic-tire- d vehicles. No phonograph No typewriting machines. No electric light. No PullniRn car. No dining cars. No 60 miles an hour. No 22 knot steamers. No 30 knot torpedo boats. No free education. No breach-loadi- ng guns. No maxim guns. No Suez Canal. No lady cyclists. No lady doctors. No lady clerks. No lady barbers. No lady golfers. No steel steamers. No triple expansion engines. No refrigerators. No free libraries. No telephones., No telegraph. What, one wonders, will the next years produce? Congressman Lecturing For a Church. We Send it FREE! WEAK WEN0 Young and Old. ! ABSOLUTELY E?UBE MONEY IN McKINLEY'S NAME. EDITORIAL LUXURIES. ject to the action of the Democratic party. Three of these counties gave small Democratic majorities last election, but Madison's unusual vote overcome them. This we do not think will be repeated, and Judge Scott think if he isagaiu honored with the nomination that he will be elected. He counts upon his personal following in his home! county of Madison, and his satisfictory record on the bench to nominate and elect him. Nicholas ville Democra; Rejoice with ns in the Discovery. U' r II Everybodyknows that Mckinley ii to be our next president, but who knowhow many good English words can bu made out of the letters in M Kiuley? Let us see who mm foim the greatest number of words from the letteis in - You can make ten or more words, we feel sure, and if you do you will bo well repaid. Do not use any letter more times than it appears in the word. Use no language except Fnglish. Words spelled alike but with different meanings cin be used but once. Use any Standard Dictionary. Pronouns, nouns, verbs, adverbs prefixes aud suffixes, adjutives, proper nouns allowed. Woik it out in this manner: Kin, line, key, mile, etc; use these words in your list. The publishers of Sunny South will pay $20 in gold to the person who makes the largest list of words from the letters in the word McKinley ; $10 for the second, $10 for the third $10 for the fourth, $10 for the fifth, and.S- each for the next eight largest lists. For the next twenty-fiv- e lists each will receive a Kodak, regular price of which is $4. The above re- .. . l iwwuaareKiyeii nue xuul ...:! wiuiout "'- siUeration tor the purpose ot attracting attention to the South's great illustrated family and literary weekly. It is twelve large pages, 72 columns each issue ; all original matter, with the very best long and short stories, in addition to its numerous departments, such as aWoman's Page, Ch ildren's Page, Blue and Gray Page, a page devoted to Southern in. dust ries, etc. To enter this contest it is necessary for you.to eend 60 cents for a three months' subscription with your list of words, and every person sending 50 cents and a list of ten. words or more is guaranteed an extra piesent by return mail (in addition to the Sunny South) of a 192 page hook. "The Other Man's Wife," a very fascinating book by John Strange Winter. Satisfaction guaranteed in every case or money refunded. The lists should be sent at once. This contest will ciose March 1. The names and adddresses of successful contestants will be printed in the March 6th issue of the Sunny South. Remember every contestant gets a prize Addiess Sunny South, Box 40, Atlanta, Ga. - is the way the Jackeon Hustler's subscribers pay their dues to that really excellent paper, edited by Mr. T. M. Morrow, lately a resident of Richmond. It would not be a Dad idea to run a green grocery in connection with the Hustler if this be true: ''The visitors to our office must not think we are on the verge of going into merchandising The pile of corn in one corner of the office, the hams in another, the potatoes in another, the meal under the table, the bunch of ginseng on our desk, and the coop of chickens under the imposing stone are simply what our subscribe ers have turned in on their dues for subscription, and do not indicate a mixing of merchandising with printing. By the way, John Hendrix promised to show up with a bushel ot turnips. What's the matter, John?" TiiTs When a man has suffered for years 9 with a weakness that blights his life and Geo. W. Rilev. robs him of all that really make life worth living, if he avail himself cf a WEAK &SEH KSADE VIGOROUS. complete cure, why not possess the moral courage to stop his downward course. We will send you by mail, ABSOLUTELY FREK, in plain package, the All Powerful DR. immiA.VS VITAL KES TiiRATlVBTABLBrS.witha legal guarantee to permanently cure LOST MANHOOD, SELF-ABUSE- n l"C4Y. T. UWD. 27-- Judge T. J. Scott is announced in this issue of The Sun as a candidate fcr reelection to the office of Circuit Juda of Judicial District, com the Twenty-fiftposed of the counties, of Clark, Jessamine, Madison and Powell. Judge Scott is universally recognized as one of the ablest jurists of the state. Though firm in his decisions, he is at all times courteous and obliging, and is very popular with the court officials, attorneys and the people generally of the district. He is a true Democrat, and submit!) his claims to the will of that party. He ha' proven himself entirely competent, and h to Cure .Venroointii, X.oat Vltulltr. Impolency, I,ot ir. cllBrr in, Tallin? Memoir. Wnatlnx UX of ttlf abiue V?,K' ?nd "liffnUoff Insanity or rztaus m Intllscrttm. wrrds and consamptioc Don t let draught Impose a wortalcs aubstltnte Swnnjo ttrlPlds a .greater profit. In'iston bar ; '' I"-"-'"or Can be carried la Test poeaet. prepaid srnd fcr r.r plain fr.1 per bor. or C Mr st.l. with A Ko.ittv rlttcn nnarnstee to Con or Iteranil tli f Alctatlj-Emls.lon- What PEPPER'S HERVI89R Did! .NESS. It acts powerfully and qolctly. Cares when nf NIGHT t!:ers fall. Yonn nen regain lost nitohood. olfi drains. nen recover you.hful ylcor. .Absolutely Gunr-nntced rj """'Win, ree-8ol- d wr-pe- Returns to former appearances emaciated organs. No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not cure, we would not send our medicine FREE to trv. and rjav when satisfied. Write as this may not appear again. Address to-da- y, ," SEXUAL WEAK VARICOCELE, STOPS forever EMISSIONS and all unnatural ,. f5SrV,J?W,t bT rtroasKru. A"1r Western Medicine Company, 15C0RP0SAIED. 24-- 23 Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. SO Kalamazoo, Midi. can think White. Tmraw Wanted-f- ln vn t,u-- . Idea t. a. VTho . ct tome " lznpla - single type dropped from one of the forms of the Pittsburg Leader the other day, and its loss cost the paper 54(Vi. Tf. rmnfyir rlmr n Piltnlinrj firm ,lad ailvertisetl m Uiat wlitoI1 ,)f llle . , ,rnnoro Tmlir wfr - r" . - wb a ru wa awa w nf ' f 9S cents each at In handling the form the figure 9 dropped out. Its loss was not noticed until next morning, when the btore was beseiged by ladies wanting to buy wrappers at Scouts, as advertised. The firm stood by its guns until the List wrapper was sold. Then it sent in a bill for $405 to the Leader, this sum representing the difference between 8 cents and OS cents on each wrapper sold. The Leader paid the bill without protest. In view of the responsibilities which newspapers are obliged to assume it cannot reasonably be claimed that advertising rates aie too high. Press andPrinter. A ., ... wi a a if elected will continue to faithfully and Hon. Evan E. Settlu, who- recently efficiently discharge the duties of the beat Billy B. for Congress, is delivering office- - Winchester Sun. a series of lectures in the interest of his In this impression.of the Journal will church at Oweuton which is raising be found the announcement of Judge '1 . tunds to purchase an organ. However we would like to hear the man tc much J. Scott rs a candidate for the office of Circuit Judge of this, tht who beat the man that wears the silver 25th Judicial District, subject to the ac- locks, we warn him that there are one tion of the Democratic party. Judg or two churches in Richmond which music-lover- s Scott is recognized by h;s legal friends need organs too badly to help the of Owenton. as being one of the best informed law R. N. I, & B, R, cast bound. Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect Sunday, November S, 1S96. 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. I George Thorpe, Versaille- sNicholas Yille.. Valley View Million. Richmond- -. Union. ... Moberly .. PanoU No. 1. No. 3. No. 9. No. 1 Ex Sun Ex Sua Ex Sun Ex Sun A. U. 10 r. m. 6 40 7 3S 7 53 S 11 8 RELIGIOUS. a jasper, - m red-face- ... ... ... ... 0 ... aaint iP-- r , Lancaster'6 Christian church has engaged the services of Elder Graham Frank, bon of their former pastor the beloved Elder Frank, deceased, ono of the foremost preachers in the pulpit of the Christian Church in Kentucky. No better wheel made than the Until recently Mr. Frank was pastor of the church at Kirksville, and is regaided there aud everywhere he is known as a most promising minister, worthy of his Built in our own factory by lamented father. His Kirksville church skilled workmen, using the best is now in chaige of Elder Brine', also material and the most improved an exceedingly bright young man of machinery. Wo have no agents Briney and promise. Elders great Sold direct from factory to the Frank were schoolmates at Kentucky rider, fully warranted. Shipped University, in class with Rev. J. Robert anywhere for examination. Boatman, of Kingston, this county, aud WRITE FOR these the Rev. Joe Severance, of Stanford, tion, fitting and furnishing of pa'Iors, at Memphis. Those who know HON. B. A. CRUTCIIER FOR Irawing-room3- . halls, reception, niusic Mr. Boatman could, without difficulty, Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, Ind. Tlie announcement of Ben A. Crulcher nilting, dining, bed and bath rooms an27-adapt to him much of the following arporches, piazzas, etc This as a candidate for re election to the kitchen, ticle from the Stanford Journal concernwill be full of excellent ing .Mr. Severance, barring the matri- office of Commonwealth's Attorney foi unique series this the 25th Judicial District subject t ideas for every housekeeper or home monial references. The Journal's artithe action of the Democratic parly will maker. It will present views of the incle, entitled "A Genius" reads: "Elder Joe Keverencc, who is hero en- be found in this issue of Tlie Democrat-Th- teriors of houses of moderate cost, hict Without a single exception, there result of the vote in the November are fitted and furnished with conspicu joying his honeymoon, is a genius in is beyond doubt no greater or more ous good taste, and at comparitivel. every sense of the word, and the best election docs not deter him in the least, popular newspaper in the United part of it is, he does not hide his light and he feels safe iu predicting that if his small expense. States than the Cincinnati Enquirer ; will again party honor him under a bushel. On the coutrary "Joe" The success of Harrison or a more successful publisher than is very industrious and during the two with the nomination he will carry the weeks he has been here he has worked District without a doubt. During his article in The Ladies' Home Joarn ts proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. adon every lock, watch, sewing machine, term of office he has faithfully discharged has been so pronouufed that three e prices for the Daily The ditional ones will be given. The) arc cook stove, or anything of the sort in the duties incumbent on him and has Enquirer have been maintained, and likely to prove the most interesting ol the Severance household that has been made us. an admirable officer. It is not believed that Mr. Crutcher will meet all that General Harrison has written, its circulation largely increased each the least out of fix. Besides this he has sense they will be more persona!. year; hard times and cheaper jourphotographed the town several times, with opposition either trom his own or iu the nals failing to arrest its onward march tin Republican party, as his personal His first paper will show what "A Da helped in the store, pieachcd a number With tin President at His Desk" mean popularity is generally conceded. and high appreciation of the public of good sermons and is now about comgiving glimpses of the Presideut in hi for its Democrat. true worth and merit pleting a cashier's desk for the store that private office. His second article wil would be a credit to any cabinet maker The Weekly Enquirer at beginning Elsewhere will be found the announce- deal with "Social Life of the Presi lent,' If he can spare the time from his which will cover the President's ooliga of the campaign year was offered at pastorial duties he may build himself and ment of Hon. Ben A. Crutcher, who BRYAN'S REMARLABLE VOTE to'the office of lory social duties and his part in grea 50 cents a year, and its circulation handsome wife a cozy little home in also asks for increased by the addition of over Commonwealth's Attorney, which he State functions. The last article will with furniture, Cleveland carried California in 1892 Memphis and supply it illustrated. This will hi th 200,000 new subscribers; the most with his own hands. He has so ably filled and is recognized over made bv 147 and Bryan received 2i,000 more ctc.t of th substantial and coveted testimonial a this district not only as a fearleR3 prose- first time that an do so if he wants to.' votes thau Cleveland received, and yet can cutor, but a ,oung mm of marked United States 1ms ever written of his publisher could desire. McKinley carried California. Mrs. Sarah Withon died at Blooming-to- n, ability And if this duo hasany opposition office and of his home. The aiticlef When asked for the secret of such Cleveland carried Illiooib in 1S92 by 111., and Monday a week ago her for tlie nomination, the opposers will will all appear in early issues of Tin success, Mr. McLean frankly answers : 20,093 aud Bryan received 33,497 more will was probated. It contains a bequest find them like Banquo's ghost, hard to Ladies' Home Journal. votes than Cleveland received yet Mc- of $3,000 to the Presbytjrian church of down. Jessamine Journal' The Enquirer has no opinions to force WOODFORD COUNTY WHEAT CROP. Kinley carried Illinois. upon its patrons, it simply prints the Nicholasville, Ky., for the purpose of A Nutmeg Cures Neuralgia. Cleveland carried Indiana in 1S92 by founding a public circulating library facts and tells the truth that the reader Twenty thousand bushels will full by 7,125 and Bryan received 42,000 more Mrs. Whithors' estate foots up $100,000 may form his own opinions. By We clip the following from the Har- - cover the amount of wheat in the hands votes than Cleveland receive d yet Mcand there are many other bequeitsfor rodsburg Democrat : "For a number of of the fanners of Woodford county, say maintaining the price of the paper, carried Indiana. Kinley charitable purposses Rev. Rutherford Mr. K. C. Smith has been a great the Sun. Local buyers are offering 90 more news and greater variety can he 9 Harrison carried Iowa in 1892 by Douglas, who married Miss Annie years and Bryan received 4,541 more voles Letcher, of this city, in December 1895, sufferer from neuralgia, and when the cents for wheat with a gradual upward furnished, and every class of business attack came on him nothing would tendency. The fl)ur market ia a little interests catered to, which a cheaper than Harrison received yet McKinley is pastor of the church. relieve his pain. About three months slow at present, but none of the millers journal cannot afford. carried Iowa. while laid up for repairs with a ter- have enough wheat to run them until Cleveland carried Kentucky in 1892 be- ago, The very liberal support given the Bev. E. Douglas, of Nicholasville, rific pain over the eyes, an old lady told harvest aud SI. 10 to $1.15 will in all by 40,020 aud Bryan received 42,336 gan a series of services at the PresbyteEnquirer by the public at large, makes would take a nutmeg and bore probability be realized by April. Tlie more votes than Cleveland received rian church Friday night, preparatory him if ho a hole through it, insert a cord and sus- prospects for satisfactory prices fcr the it incumbent upon the management yet McKinley carried Kentucky. to communion Sunday. Pastor J. W. to serve it faithfully with zeal and enHarrison carried Michigan in 1892 by Tyler is also present and takes part in pend it from his neck, as children did new crop is also gtod. assafoetida in olden times, she would terprise in minor matters as well as 20,142 and Bryan received 4,000 more the services. The wife of Senator Isam G. Harris those guarantee that he would never have votes than Harrison received yet Mcof greater magnitude. died Wednesday night at Paris, Tein. Kinley carried Michigan. Lexington now claims several cham- the neuralgia again. With little faith Harrison carried Minnesota in 1892 by pion Sunday-schoscholars. It is said in its efficacy, he followed the old wo21,603 aud Bryan received 10,714 more that Master George Cunon, of that city, man's advice, and since the nutmeg has votes than Harrison received yet has a record of 11 misses in 12 years, he reposed on his manly breast he has been carried Minnesota. in that a stranger to neuralgia pains." attended 013 Sunday-schooHarrison carried Ohio iu 1892 by time. Theodore Eeuter attended the to try to get well, unless you kill the J The Paris Kentuckian'a editor Col. and Bryan received 16,814 more same school 10 years and 6 months withr.ot of all physical ailments impure l revived this chestnut in blood! V votes than Harrison received- - yet Mc- out a miss, making 544 consecutive times. Craddock, has kissing: Kinley carried Ohio. Miss Lena Renter missed 1 Sunday in "A high school girl being told by her Harrison carried Oregon in 1892 and ten years, making a record of 519 Sunji Bryan received 9,000 more votes than days. Superintendent Sharp has held teacher to parse 'He kissed me,' conHarrison received vet McKinley car- his office for 24 years, and lias been sented reluctantly because opposed to of private matters in public. ried Oregon! Rocky Mountain West. present 1,248, missing but 15 times in speaking K 'He,' she commenced with unnecessary QUART BOTTLES. all those years. Will It Last? emphasis aud a fond lingering over the j will make your blood pure, build op word that brought the crimsom to her ' McKinley will bft the third Methodist the system, tone the nerves and J. Hon. E. E. Settle will deliver his lecstrengthen the' muscles. Unequaled l President of the United States. Of the cheeks. 'is a pronoun, third person, singl for all disorders of the stomach and ture: "Will It Last?" in )wenton on others, eight have ular number, masculin gender, a. "gentle been Episcopalians, liver, and for all weakening com- - j Friday nihl, January 29. Owenton 6ix Presbyterians, two Unitarians, one man and pretty well fixed ; universally plaints of men, women and children. A Herald, B. J. NewMon, editor. H considered a good catch 1 'Kissed' is a HEALTH IS Christian and one tratcd book tells yon what's th nutttr.aadlKrw In view of the fact that the good times verb, translative, too much so. regular j) lo cure yoorseli. i promised by the election of McKinley Congressman Kendall has tlie promise every evening, indicating affection; first H CO., MroK, MMu W&LIAMS. DAVIS, liave materialized in the increased or of early action ia the House on the bill and third person, plural number and a rwrt beWte. If Year cJnsrtkt aH. It .. ders for tombstones at the Madison Mar-- granting a pension of.,$50 per month to governed by circumstances. 'Me- - Ob UnnttMi ble Works, we also rise to remark;, I the widow of Gea.J Green Clay Smith. well, everybody knows 'me.' And she - It Jias alretidy ptuecd. theJSenate. "Will It Last?" sat down. - J n v v 'a 3f ipa 51 t ifV " ffT?.. ,. ft !" c:&'"fj'Ii -- fe.' - now-locate- yers in Kentucky, and as a presMini officer, has nosuperior, being wellposteo upon all questions pertaining to his The report that Judge W. B Smith, of Richmond, would oj posr Judge Scott is no longer in doubt, as be has informed the latter gentleman that he will not make the race. No Demo crat can refuse to support Judge Scott. ns he has made a pure officer in tvery sense of the word, and like the ,reat A man (?) in this city worth probably Judge who watches over us ah, 'mi $19,000 claimes to be too poor to take a of person." Jessamine Journal . town paper, and yet he is rich enough to live comfortably and dailv buys the In this issue we announce Judge T. J big city dailies. He is, or rather thinks Scott as a candidate for as he is, a business man, and the'people of Circuit Judge of this, the Twenty fifth this city have given him all the patron- judicial district, composed of Clark, age he has received. Because of his Jessamine, Powell and Madison counties. stinginess we know of one job he lost With due deference to the distinguished which would have paid him enough gentlemen who have presided oer the proGt to have subscribed and paid for Circuit Courts of Clark county, a belter all the town papers for a hundred years. Judge never occupied the bench He is Yet he couldn't sec it that way. An- far impartial, kind alike to lawyers, liti other man got the job. His name is gants and witnesses, yet at the isame . Mt. Sterling Democrat. time firm in his rulings and prompt in the dispatch of business He knows The people of Washington county the law and enforces it. He is a true havedeii-equite a novel plan for hold- blue Democrat aud will make a wiuner ing their Primary this year. Two men both in the convention anl at the Klls. have been appointed in each precinct Winchester Democrat. by the Primary authorities to visit every house thereof and record the names of LITERARY NOTES. the voters and the respective candidates for whom they vote. Ample time will Every woman has natural curiosity to be given to complete this canvassing see how other women furnish their after which the right of suffrage at the homes. To satisfy this The polls will begiven to tho3e who may Home Jourral will publish during the hae been missed by the canvassing year interior photognphic views of a committee. The object in this house to hundred of the most artistic, cheerful house election is to have all the citizens aud comfortable homes in America, take part in the Primary will show in detail construcn. Second Street, between Main and rear of Dillingham bnilding, A dancer describes the two-ste- p as the Richmond, Ky. Beady to do all kinds jolliest. the waltz as the most grace- of blacksraithing promptly in the best 7 ful, the lancets as the most stately, the workmanlike manner. puadrille as the most oldfashioiicd, the jig as the liveliest, the clog as the noisest, the cottillion as the costliest, the skirt is the most attractive to men. the ballet as the shapeliest, the Virginia reel as the K. C. DIVISION. merriest, the polka as the easiest and In Effect March 1, 1S96. the schottische as the most trying on those who have little idea of time. LV. Express for Cincinnati, ARY A. M. Paris, Mavsville, Win-- I P. M A thief has succeeded in stealing about Chester and Lexington G.25 man. 100 geese in and around Mt Sterling. 7.33 Cincinnati. Paris. Mavs- r. t. vuie, Winchester and 2.05 Lexington mail. 1.05 Livingston, London, Jel- 1.10 lico, Pineville. 12.55 Fast line for Livingston. A. M. 11.43 London.Jellico.Knoxville 319 Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers A. JI. Fast line for Cincinnati, P. M. and Middlemen by buying di3 19 fans i inciicster. 11.43 rect from the manufacturer. P M. Rowland. Lancaster and A. M 1.25 Stanford. 10:10 S-- is r. 11 05 30 45 m. lO 2s A. M. IO 13 10 is js 10 laOS 30 1330 pm 13 JO Hrafi.M U 2a i 37 I oS 3 10 3 10 L. & jN. E. E. irrine. ....... "42 I lU ,50 WEST BOUND ""No. 3. oTj: No.io No. 4- Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun r. 1 1 lrrtne PanoU Moberly . Hnmn Richmond w.. Million .. Valley View.. Nicholasville.. Versailles Brsfield 6 05 6 so 34 6 53 7 35 2 is 3 l7 2 m. 3o 53 1 00 3 40 4 33 4 40 5 10 3 S 5 40 ":if You Get 455 r. m. 3 43 4 10 3 eo 3 30 3 57 6j3 3I A.M. the Profits Trains between Louisville and Versailles daily. Trains between Cincinnati and Nicholasvitl daily. AH trains connect with Southern Railway to and from Louisville, and with the C. X. O. & T. P. to and from Cincinnati. You can spend five hours in LouisviHe, about six hours in Cincinnati or ia hours in Lexington and return to Richmond at 3:30 p. m. SiliaLJs REMOVAL SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AXD WINTER Acme Bicycle Clothing, Dry, EATS Shoes and CLOAKS5 AT THE - Goods, : Boots, - 11 jijl I 'ill Dry-Good- s, Lowest S acrifice Ever Known. "We will move on or about January loth to our New Quarters, lately occupied by Henry Klein & Son, next door to the Farmers National Bank, which is now being fitted up for us. We will have the best lino of Clothing. Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Etc., ever brought to Richmond at prices lower than any other house in the town. We will save you money. Don't fail to call on us. OurBnteresting Offer m Jolin R. McLeanTs Great Newspaper. e A Men's Suits at $2.75, worth $10.00. Men's Overcoats at $2.75, worth $8.00. Boys' Suits at $1.00, worth $3.00. Boys' Knee-PaSuits 73c., worth nt old-tim- Men's Shoes 75c., worth $1.25. Ladies' Shoes 75c., worth $1.25. Cloaks $2.50, worth $10.00. Calicoes 3cts. a yard. Outing Flamben 3cts. a yard. Boys' Caps 5cts. Hose 4cts. pair. Kid Gloves 40cts. Don't forget the place. $1.50. Nich-olasvil- le N W YORK novll-l- 8T0R eje McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. y r yn m ljii Wallace.... yrv i 23,-72- Have removed to the & Rice Harley House, new-one- y One door above their old stand, where they will welcome all of their Old s Customers and as many sla ol ls It's Wasted Energy I will take advantage of the reduced price they are making all through their line a3 CONSISTING OF m 1,-0- -- r Boots o! all description, Hats, Caps, oftnstifi.'s Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear, Collars, Cnffs, 0sm Umbrellas, Rubbers of all kinds. H H H Call and see them at their new place, one door above their old stand at the Parley House. Li"1 Don't Miss The Place. s Q "T- - Free-think- BEAUTY-OwjtVpac.i- naiw 8003, -- J Wallkce & Rice, 1 29- Fartev'a Old Stand, Main Street .BtjhBJOHd.Ky. lv fY 1 -- Y.'-- '" y -- .' J-- f, I v? :, -- i - rt. i jfer. J$ - ' - - h. , A - --s -- i, -. .-- Wl'. Mb. "Watterson is of the opinion The Indianapolis Monetary that silver men are jackasses, says ference, conceding by its very to-day . .?.' iM v 5Jir H 13 If : j: I I F Hi tence tho instability of our financial system, sloshed around in the mire of Green Mary ' Baker Bettie Gued?eon Bntcher Lizzie hardtiinesand evolved no real means PI e:ps O n Medicinal value in a bottle of Hood's Sarsa Faier J A The Climax Printing of extrication. Bat the whole tiling Richmond Jam?s Josie Cinnctt parllla than In any other, preparation. Roops Jamei Boler W I was expressed in a nut shell by M. bo sent them .regularly. More sWH is required, more c;ire taken, more Clark Tom Ternll I'leaide expense Incurred fn It t manufacture TdrncrTiihi E. Ingalls, President of the Big Four Mrs. D B. Carter, of Ladoga, Ind., FicUSollieA Proprietor! and Editors. "Wednesday, Janury 20th, was Williams Higgle. CtfiPFTS. TURXITJTPP WUIPAPPDC nDiccmcc A. n. MIULET' It costs the proprietor, and the dealer Fox Lulie ...... .w.ti.wi.., It. R., when he shouted amid lilWlWlU. C. E. WOODS. Associate Editor. sister of Miss Annie Mershon, of this celebrated in royal stylo by our Moro but it costs the consigner lets, as he J B. WILLIS, Postmaster. city, orders tho Climax to her adgets more doses for his monej. neighbor, Winchester, it being the S &S PRICK PEU YEAlt, $1.50. 90th birthday of Robert E. Lee. This "There are some things I never dress. She will visit her relatives More curative power Is secured by Its peculiar The wife of I'rrsident Carnot of France, like, but there is one thing we may here early in tho spring. combination, proportion ant process, died Wetinesdnv. IX ADVANCE. $1.25 gem of purest raj' flashed from the which make It peculiar 10 ltse'f. upon, and that pen of some gifted writer on the congratulate ouselves Mrs. J. S. B. Bronaugh and Mrs. of icial Mors peoplQ arc employed ami more space ocis that a convention of 800 and odd IT SHOWS ENTERPRISE cupied in Its Laboratory than any other. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1S97. Lexington Herald and it may awaEdna Wilmore, of Nicholasville, men are going to resolve More wonderful cures effected and moro tesken now admiration for our Clark business yesterday attend tho timonials received tlian by n other. that in the future the standard of came over burial, andtoare stopping SILVER MKES county neighbore in honoring the Wilmore More sales and more incrcaie jear by ear ABTSaTISIlTG BATES. this country shall bo gold." are rcporteu by drucijlsa. INTERESTING CHANGES. Beginning Monday, memory of the matchless J.ee: Covington. Mrs. Tom 28, More people ar taking Hood's Sarsaparilla Most of these delegates have given with H O 0 uxlay than any other, and more aro f3 2' "On yesterday, in various parts of B 3l taking today than ev r before. thought to the science of Mrs. J. Sherman Dudley, nee Miss " o Send a postal to the Silver Night America, were loving celobrations of much More and still mow: reasons might be WE WILL PLACE ON SALE Afiul i expected this Nettle Bronston, is S" gi7cn why you should tiKe s Watchman, Washington. D C, and re? 2 the anniversary of the birth of Rob- money though perhaps more to tho week from Chicago to visit her SPACE. 2 o 5 science of its accumulation. Never ceive a copy of their issne of January 7. ert K. Leo. This is worthy of all put their ver brother, Mr. Charlie Bronston and which appears in an iuiprjved form I commendation. We cannotestimatc theless that does not As they were family. Lexington Herald. : : : i dict above criticism. i with a different make-u- p and general the power of frequent and grateful Prof. J. D. Clark told his friends selected by boards of trado, chain I Inch A large amount of spare is tloo(iwSJi554St';1 f 13 7 t Inches J 75 5o 3 5 10 oo i oo 17 JO remembrance of noble and lofty men hers of commerce or bodies of like goou oye on iriuay mm leit lor a Marked down to One-Hal- f devoted to Congressional and governof Inches 00 15 00 3 23 3 50 3 3 upon the youth in whose sight and 5 00 600 non 1000 38 75 capitalistic character, their express Southern trip in tho interest of the 4 Inches- - 300 400 mental news and matters of a national former Prices. hearing such remembrances are had. 5 lncbes. 3 30 s 00 750 isw JJM 34 50 Fitz Alcohol Cure. l is for 6 00 9 00 18 00 37 oc 40 CO Unconsciously 4 00! The One True Blood 1'urifler tl per bottle. character which every refonner in the our boys and youths ed demandvalue, a dollar which in children will remain Mrs. Clark and 6 00 9 00 13 00 37 00 40 00 60 00 VCol here. creases in and by declaring country should read. A large corps of 8 00 13 00 17 7J 34 50 50 o So 00 model themselves after those col who all Liver Ills and gold OO 200 00 : Col 15 OOi 33 50 43 or Mr. and Mrs. Thos. D. Chenault, Hood' PUIS cure Hcidache. 25 cents. writers have been engaged to contribute BIck are praised by their elders, and the for tho singleeven standard to tho international bi Jr., have taken up their abode with WReading notices 10 cents a line for first In- uneeHhing influence of a great man oxclusion of articles during the year 1897, among sertion, j cents a line Tor each additional insertion metallism, have put themselves on Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chenault, at and similar mat- upon successive generations is one of Obituaries, resolutions of thinking of retiring from the merchan- whom are: Hon. Wm. J. Bryan; Senater at half rates. No specified position. tors Teller, Allen, Butler, Pefler, powerful and beneflcicnt factors record for such a dollar. This com the latter's home about two miles west the dise business, hut we hope not- - " mission of eleven appointed to make of this city, as their farms adjoin. and Dubois; Repressutatives in human progress. S. J. Itogcrs, who has bjen iu the emANNOUNCEMENT- CANDIDATES to Congress is anTowne New land. Bell and Jerry Simp"Who could bo a nobler model recommendations a public question Miss Nellie Mershon, daughter of ploy of the R. X. I. fc B. for the to AVharton Barker, Esq., Wm P. St. than this heroic, dutiful and Chris-tai- n other effort take ZFIEv2iL. past fTvTT years, has quit railroad son; . away from the people's management, John B. Mershon, of this place, has CIRCUIT JUDGE. John, Sir Morton Frewen, ami many American; this loyal, loving, been elected literary editor of the ing and is now located at the R. X. I. & turn it over to those who can This is rare opportunity for Hotels, other famous and distinguished writers, T.J. Scott is a candidate for re obedient Virginian; this clement, and monthly published by Caldwell High B. dfot in the grocery business. We election to the office of Circuit .Tudpe stately and mighty soldier; this un- mnko a profit by its control. A like School both in public and private life. An ar of Richmond. Stanford Restaurants and Private Families to wish him success. in this (the 25th) Judicial District, tide by any one of these writers is well America, plea was made for the submission of Journal. subject to the action of the Demo- surpassed gentleman? tho exclusive judgment Win. C. Finney, one of Estill county's worth the price of obtain Beautiful Pictures at Low Prices. which Virginia, all mothers, every father, the tarill to Carnegie, cratic paatj. Mrs. W.J. Cook, of Madison county, best Democrats and most piomincnt is$l for the iron King, weeks. in this glorious of Andrew can stand uncovered citizens, has purchased a farm near ShelLawrence, the Ohio shepherd, grandmother of Mrs. W. F. Schooler, commonwealth's attorney. The Silver and the presenco and bid their sons to mold Judge piair? ek3 by ville, in Shelby county, where he will Climax one year f jr $1.70. and other unselfish patriots; and has moved to Rowan county, and antf Den. A. Crutcher directs the their hearts and lives after his. move in a few weeks. We regret to that the Huntingtons, Goulds and will make her future homo with her nouncement of himself as a candi"In the simple majesty of his Clarnnce DnfT, aged eight, shot and to the office of rail- father, Mr. Tom Cornett. Morehead give Mr. Finney up. date for Our flawless life ; in the exalted dignity Vanderbilts should regulate the killed his little brother, aged six, at Pionin this Commonwealth's Attorney roads and relieve the people of all Advance. PORTWOOD. (the 25th) Judicial District, subject of his great sacrifices; in the shadow thought in that direction. All these eer, Tenn-"5Mrs. Rutherford E. Douglas and Tuesday Night. s?r 7 to the action of the Democratic of his pathetic defeat, we stand rev- issues we have been told ought to be pretty daughter, Drusllla, came over SrSr Mr. John Miller, who moved from our party. erently. With the memory of his locality, was in town last week finishing taken outof politics and given over Friday to visit Mrs. S. P. Walters wondrous victories; in the presence Commissioner's Sale ! Mrs. W. R. Letcher, of Cincinnati, his wagon works. FOR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. of his marvellous achievements; to the adjudication of commissions was also here, completing tho circlo made up of experts. Rev. Wright preach&i at the Pine , I herebv announce myself a candi- beholding the Derfection of his unBut this line of argument has never of four generations. date for Judge of the Madison Coun- tarnished career, our pride in him Groe M. K. church on the fourth The United States Bul'd'g. & Loan Asso.. Pl'tf. ty Court, subject to the action of the and all ho did bids us challenge the been very convincing to the masses, C. E. Woods, late of the Richmond Saturday and Sunday in each month. Against Democratic party. Robert W. Kelson, Cosner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. De- Register, is now with tho Deft. All invited, Climax world to match our gentleman, sol- who feel that the line between Notice of Sale in Equity. P. II. Sullivan. mocracy Dy virtue of a judgment and order or sale of and oligarchy consists what a name! and evidences of his dier, leader." " the Madison Circut Court, rendered at the r VALLEY VIEW largely in keeping these issues in handiwork are already apparent in December Term thereof, ISSfl. in the above rOE JAILER. style cause, the undersigned will, on politics. We believe tho tho unproved appearance of that g Masters it Perkins contemplate candidate for James C. Lackev is a The Mercer county Republicans has some rights the must paper. Owenton Herald. Pilonday, February 1st, 1897, their distillery this season. Jailer of Madison county, subject to the ,... I. . .j,. m.m. iiiii.ni who prophesied that there wouldn't respect. That the shipper has rights """ '" " "'' . action of the Democratic party. Air. wiiuam u. Uheuault spent Mrs. Bettie Borgia js dangerously ill Between the hours of 11 o'clocL a. m.. and 12 be over 800 or 1,000 votes polled there with those of tho railroad from ednesday until Saturday o'clock m.. at the Court House door. In RichA'. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer at the home of her with M;Mr. Elza mond. Madison county, Kentucky, (beinjr Feblam ruary County Court-da) proceed to expose to of Madison county, subject to the last Saturday, are greatly chagrined company. This effort to put the cur- his sisters, Mrs. Preston H. Eastin, Cosby, near here. public sale, to the highest bidder, the following and the Democrats are correspond- rency reform in the hands of a com- of action of the Democratic party. Lexington and Mrs. Will Watts, described pioperty, viz: W. II. Book has built a new blackrrlsl "We are authorised to announce P. ingly happy, for the old party is as mission of "experts" suggests that of Chilesburg. He also visited his 66 A. smith shop and will be glad to meet his 31. Droaddus as candidate for Jailer well together now as it ever was at borrowers have rights as well as brother, Col. O. H. Chenault, of Lexformer customers at hie new place of Or parcel of land with the appurtenances thereof Madison county, cubject to the any time in its history and ready to leaders, and that the masses of the ington. unto belonging, situated on Irvine street, in of the Democratic party. action business. wollop the life out of the Republipeople for whom the currency is but Richmond, Kentucky, and fronting on Irvine Carl Wheeler left liustonvillo last 200 back tame can combine. The total vote cast, a tool of trade are not likely to conrr. W. L. Leeds, former salesman for street feet and running east bv the width IV. feet and bounded on the INSTRUCTION. lot of FOR SUIT. TUBLIC C Hutchinson, north by Irvine (.treet. west bv says the Sayings, is very gratifying sent that its management bo left week for Louisville to resume his G. W. Beck, general merchandise, has Firebugs are reand on the south Mrs. JoiinWilliamson is a can- to all Democrat8and a cause of woe to wholly to those to whom it is entirely studies at the Hospital College of sponsible for thought to have beenSat- accepted a better paying position with T. S. BronstonMershon property." by what fs known as the the fire in Rvsselsville Superintendent Public Indidate for Or a sufficient quanity thereof to produce the Medicine. This is Dr. Carl's last the Southern Lumber Co. urday. sum of $328 the amount so ordered to be made, struction for Madison .county, sub- the Republicans and their allies for a source of income. hereof. The Indianapolis meeting must be year and when he returns in June lie ject to the action of the Democratic pie. It was 1454 and when you take II. A. Phillips, our popular druggist, and the costsSale will be made on a credit of six TERMS. M. D. Stanford party. into consideration that the primary recognized as the formal expression will be a is building a store house on the lot re- months. The purchaser will lie required to Sow's !hi! give bond, with good security, for the payment was the third election within a pe- of tho wishes of the money lending Journal. We ofier One Hundred Dollars reward cently purchased from M. F. Wharton. of the purchase money, to nave the force and FOR. SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC effect of a replevin bond, bearing legal interest Miss Minnie Dykes entertained a for any case of riod of ten weeks, the vote polled is classes. Catarrh that cannot be E. F. Masters has the' contract for build- from the day of sale, with a lien reserved upon SCHOOLS. number of friends at her home on cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. remarkable. Add to this the fact said property until all the purchase money is ing it. Paid. S. E. SCOTT, J. W. AVaheks is a candidate for Third street, last Tuesday evening, tenants were seeking new quarF. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. Rev. II. B. Cockerhaai, a student of Master Commissioner Madison Circuit Court. Superintendent of Public Schools of that at the beginning of the new year, For the nest THIRTY DAYS we will in honor of her cousins, Misses MarAVe Madison county, subject to the action ters undersigned, have known F. J. PMBIMHMa garet and Bessie Lackey, of White Cheneythe the last 15 years, and believe the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, probably 150 votes being lost by the party. of the Democratic sell reMrs. Mary B. Clay is in New York. for at Louisville, preached here last Sunday. EJP Hall. Dancing was tho feature of changes of precincts thus made, and him perfectly honorable in all business He will preach here every other Sunday Kentucky Midland Attorney Leonard West, of Irvine, the evening. gardless of cost to make room for FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. you have a vote quite as large as R'y transactions and financially able to carry until May. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is any ever cast in a Democratic pri- was here Monday. Spring Stock which will soon be in Miss Haden Duff of Glasgow, sister out any obligations made by their firm. Only direct line betw een a candidate for Clerk of the Madison mary in Mercer county and one far Miss Lucy Scott left yesterday after of Mr. Travis Duff, of Central Uni- Wist & Truax, Wholesale Druggist. EDENTON. bubject to the action and ask you to come and get them at CINCINNATI & FRANKFORT. Circuit Court, a visit to Miss Mollie Fife. above the average. versity, was the guest of Mrs. H. T. of the Democratic party. Toledo, 0. Shortest and quickest between Belle Wheeler is visiting her Annie almost your ovn price for CASH. Miss Delia Ramsey returned on Daniel and Miss Julia Uiggins on Continuing, the Sayings remarks: W mjjixg, Kixnax & Marvin, Wholesale aunt, Eliza Cotton. Richmond, Frankfort, Georgetown & Paris "The Democratic party is firm on its Saturday from Louisville. FOR SHERIFF. Saturday and Sunday. She is atDruggist, Toledo, 0. Our Annual Clearance Sales are very ajjg James P. Taylor has moved from this Miss Belle Denny, of Lincoln, is tending Jessamine Female Institute, 31. If. Colyer is a candidate for pegs in this county. There are alHall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, place to Jessamine county. Ask for Tickets la. Ky. Midland Schedule popular, as we have always given Sherilt of Madison county, subject ways kickers and recalcitrant dis- visiting Miss Estello Walker. and is a very attractive young lady. .acting directly upon the blood and mu of Trains. to the action of the Democratic gruntled ones, but there are as few Joseph Hume's family, who have been cous surlace 01 the system, lestimotuals value received. Mrs. S. H. Stone, of Frankfort, Miss Laura Lynn leaves on Thursparty. In effect November 10. 1S36. free Price 75v per bottle. S'old by down with fever, are all about well of them now as at any time. Most day for a visit to Blackstock, S. C. mm spent yesterday in Lexington. . . . sentDruggists. all ' 31 31 A. M. P. M.,P. M. We are prepared to meet lowest prices again. of the gentlemen who left the party j Lalrii! FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. Mr. Sam English, of Crescent Hill, Mrs. W. W. Pigg, of Richmond, is TRAINS EAST. No. 1 No. 3. No. 7. U last fall, have seen the hollowness Harvey A. Wvlie 1ns moved from on groceries of all kinds, for cash. rH)?U- HOW TO FIND OUT. James C. Miller is a candidate and downright lying contained in the is visiteng Mr. Jennings Grcenleaf. visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. B. ' rzz A 6 53 00 t XHiolasville to Madison county and is I.v Frankfort Wilkerson, on Barr street . . . Rev. Lv Summit. 02 1 07 Assessor of Madison county, sub- epithets 1 10 for SfrH Mrs. John Moberley, of Harrods-burSvSky-itf'- ' then hurled the Democratic 08 building a new house on the old home- Lv Elkhorn 113 120 ject to the action of the Democratic 7- "i "i Lv Switzer "SS 16 t 21 32 is the guest of Mrs. C. F. Mob Rutherford Douglass, of NicholasrHJPl Fill a bottle or common water glass stead. party and have returned to the house party. Lv Stamping Ground ville, with his brother, was in the 27 132 I with urine and let stand twenty-fou- r Lv Duvail 33 1 53 4 38 of their fathers of fellowship with erley. GStrtJ lP city yesterday Lexington Herald. Miss Eliz-- Cotton had a veiy fine Lv Johnson hours; a sediment or settling indicates a Mr. James Williams, of Lancaster, FOR CITY ATTORNEY. the big majority of the white, intelGeorgetown . 15 djei 8 B WSS iso 215 Mr. J. Wade Walker, of this city, diseased condition of the kidneys. horse to kill himself by jumping on a Ar C. S. Depot i . B 750 155 220 Ar of the com- was the guest of Mr. Earl Smith last W We are authorized to announce ligent, property-holder- s 7 55 155 3 00 tobacco stick, the other end flying up Lv C. S. Depot ) FfflJ en route home from Louisville, stop When urine stains linen it is positive Lv Newtown 8 08 5 00 3 20 Green Clay a candidate for the munity. They conceived it their week. LJ ' ped over at Frankfort last Wednes evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre and penetrating his flank, disembowel- Lv Centerville S 16 5 14 4 05 RiJ office of City Attorney, of Richmond, patriotic duty to defeat Bryan, but RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. ' Lv Elizabeth 8 20 5 18 4 10 Mrs. Edmund B. Hume gave a de- day and dined witli Governor ing him. Ivy., subject to the action of the Ar Paris . Brad quent desire to urinate or pain iu the U 8 30 5 23 4 25 they can have no lightful card party on Thursday ley. futher than that tart janZ7-4Ar Paris Junction. party. Democratic 535 The gentlemen were neighbors back, is also convincing proof that the Misses Minnie B. Warner, Ida B. possible interest in forwarding the night. A. M. P. M. P. M. A. MrtiiaiRnv rarr &.r& rarsJ mn r'rrsTTansraJi czrnJI- -We are authorized to announce J, and friends im Garrard. Mr. Walker kidneys and bladder are out of order. Wylie, Leannie Reynolds, and Messrs. No.io' No. 8. for schemes of slick politicians who TRAINS WEST. a candidate No. 2. No. I. Mr. AlbertK. McCown was called met several members of the Madison Talbot Jackson a Richmond, Ky., would use James Warner and Samuel Wylie made them as a vehicle to ride to Louisville on business last Colony City Attorney, of "WHAT TO DO. Lv Paris . 55 TW 4 35 C in Frankfort, among them a flying visit to friends and relatives Lv Elizabeth subject to the action of the Demo to office on a selfish motive that is Wednesday. 10 05 6 00 4 50 There is comfort iu the knowledge at Black Creek, Garrard county. Lv Centerville 10 09 Auditor Stone and Messrs. Sam Ben- 6 04 5 It cratic party. confessed by the opposition who Lv Newtown 10 17 6 12 5 30 Miss Bessie Miller is at homo from Bennett, E. Tutt Burnam, Will and so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Ar C. S. Depot i 10 27 6 22 5 45 j would hog every place in the gift of Swamp-RooLv C. S. Depot . B 10 33 30 the great kidney remedy COTTOtfBURG. FOR CORONER. a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. S. Winn, James Stone. Lv Georgetown 10 40 6 31 7 45 the people." I fulfills every wish in relieving pain iu Lv Johnson- '10 45 6 40 7 55 at Winchester. A J. Pike, of Broahiad, pastor of We are authorized to announce G. Miss Bradford, of Augusta, and d Lv Duvail. 10 51 6 46 8 05 the back, kidneys, liver, bladder ami O. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, church, has not bei'n able to fill his Lv Stamping Ground U0 58 6 5.1 Mrs. Ewing, of Columbia, Tenn., Miss Best, of Maysville, tho latter 8 20 11 08 subject to the action of the Demo7 01 8 40 Elect McKinley and that mo- is the guest of Miss Mary Mathews, the guest of Miss Anna Belle Harber, every part of the urinary passages. It appointments on account of sickness in Lv Switzer Lv Elkhorn 11 16 7 11 8 55 cratic party. corrects inability to hold urine aw his Lunily. ment money will be plentiful, crops at the Hotel Glyndon. Lv Summit .. 11 22 7 17 9 05 were given a very elegant Ar Frankfort A 11 30 7 25 9 15 scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects will increase in value, wages will dinner on Saturday last by Miss Min- following say in a general way that the rise, goll bugs here are looking downThe Miss Margaret Chenault left yesI can SUNDAY TRAINS. use of liquor, wine or beer, factories will open, confidence WEST. general trend of Rapublican ideas is will be restored" and they may have terday for a two weeks' visit to Mrs. na Wagers. Those present besides and overcomes that unpleasant necessily hearted. Prosperity hits not yet come, Leave the hostess and guests of honor, were io 36 neither has the gold. Just name confi- Leave Georgetown C. S. depot. Humphreys at Ft. Garrett. Georgetown K. M. depot of being compelled to get upmanytimes such that I fear there can be no great added, the rich will be richer and io 40 11 30 TVe Messrs. II. P. Fox, Jr., and M. E. Misses Fannie Watts, Annie Crutch- during the night to urinate. The mild dence if you want to see a long face on a ArrieFrankIort fact prosperity in the coming four years. the poor will wallow in wealth. McEAST. Taylor were in Lexington last Tues- er, Julia Uiggins, Annie Bennett, and the extraordinary effect of Swanip-Ho- gold bug. Kinley was elected! Leave Frankfort. 4 00 I'rom what I can see, Major McKin-le- y Esther Burnain, Bettie Taylor, Anna Leave H depot 4 50 is soon realized. Result: Mnev scarce, crops rot- day and stopped at the Leland. It stands the J. T. Snvder, of Atlanta, 111., is visit- Arrive Georgeton n K. M. depot. do 3 011 Georgetown C. S. Belle Harber, Florrie Heath and An4 55 has practically abandoned the ting in the granary and field, wages ing his brother, H. M. Snyder, and other Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hargis are at highest for its wonderful cures of the m na Frazee. C. D. BEQCAW, Gen. Pass. Agt., issue on which the election was won. lower, factories closing, banks burst- home from a visit to their daughter, most distressing cases. If you need a acquaintances at this place. He isa gold x jan27-l- y Frankfort. Ky. ill Winchester also has also has a Mu- medicine you should liavo the best. bug and says prosperby has not coJie lean see no indication of any pur- ing, and confidence, well hardly Mrs. A. II. Stewcrt, of Fiankfort. ill iu Illinois. pose to advance the cause of sound enough confidence remains to beMrs. A. D. Flora returned on sical Club and Its meetings draw to- Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and M plows, OM gether the best talent of the place. one dollar. For a sample bottle and A great many here are expecting a money, and thereby enhance the lieve the following statement from Wednesday last from Winchestpf7 ImprovedFarm for 'Dunn's Review" of January 9th, 1st after a visit to relatives and friends. Unlike Richmond's Club, gentlemen pamphlet, both sent free by mail, men- piece of McKinley's pie, but it is very (stability of business. The trend of are members if we judge by the last tion the Climax, and seud your full likely that most of them will eat corn aif column, 1st page; "Banking failures m Mr Win. O. Chenault and Miss program in ideas seems to be in the direction of amounting to $5,718,915 during the which an instrumental address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., bread for a good while yet, or go seng Lucy Gilbert will be married on Tues- trio, piano, violin The undersigned will offer at public sale, on and flute, was exe- Biughampton, N. Y. The proprietors digging or hunting. principles for which past year averaged $258,150 each, and day next, February 2, at the a call. in a wi-IBlackstock, cuted by Misses Keene, Graves were 145 per cent, higher than in S. and of this paper guarantee the genuineness years contended A few of the farmers are taking advanthe party has lor C. Mr. Pbeiffer. Miss Mary Belle Miller, of this offer. tage of the beautiful weather and are j high protection and the various 1895. The failures of brokerage and iMr. Ellie Gaines, of Kentucky is fou im1 111 Saturday, January 30, 97, one of the best musicians in this sec'other' commercial concerns averturning the sod. Tho prospect for toforms of paternalism which are part aged $58,448 each, increasing 183 per University, visited the family of Mr. tion, rendered Chaminade's Birde bacco i3 not very encouragcing. Tobacco CORRESPONDENCE. of the Republican scheme. It was cent, over 1895, while manufacturing Louis Blakeman Saturday and Sun- Ballet. The meeting was probably at SI to S3 per hundred will not pay at 2 o'clock, p. ni., my farm of 218 acres, well Improved located on Boonjsborough pike one of the most enjoyable ever held BPJ 1.1 - , 1XJ UJIUJl..r this policy of the Republicans that failures averaged sf28,80S each, and day. debts very fast. no adjoining the lands of David Munday and Wm. .,.!!. COLLEGE HILL.' Messrs. E. W. and L. P. Wood- and occured at the residence of Mrs. O. Chenault. Good increased 34 per cent., and trading house, barn and it B B (? P? S7Z. created Populism, and in its continThe new song published in last week's buildings. t & Ein pa f B f? g Corn is worth $1 50 per barrel. failures increased not quite 18 per ward, of Paris, visited Misses Dovfe James S. Winn. Enquirer is all the go here now. It TERMS, Cash, balance in 1 and 2 years ued advocacy I cannot see anything cent, and averaged only $9,00G each. Boulware and Fannie Mills hero The sick of the community are much makes the gold bugs look so sad that with interest Miss Mollie Fife entertained the but continued disaster. General Si- Over four-fiftof the increase in Sunday. EULA ROYCE CHAMBERLAIN. your humble servant feels sorry for Central University Glee Club on improved. t mon Boliver Buckner in New York manufacturing and trading failures Mrs. Orvllle Anderson Kennedy Wednesday last RICmKXND, KENTUCKY. at a supper that for The best hop of the season was given them, but cannot keep fiom singing it 1 170 gave an iuformal card party on Satwas in lumber manufacturing, Mail Express, January 20th. completeness and elegance surpassed by Mr. Newberry Cane Wednesday once in a while. The title of the song is " per cent.; dry goods, CO; woolen urday afternoon that was quite en- anything with "Far, Far Away." It will do to sing which the Glen Club night. "The German National Bank at manufactuiing, 161; clothing trade, joyable. was ever regaled. Miss Lucy Scott, Miss Mary Moores, of Station Camp, until the gold bugs bring prosperity and Lbuisvillo was closed by order of the 20; shoe trade, 87: leather and shoo ROUTE. Mr. W. T. Richardson, of Junction of Nicholasville, was the guest of was the guest of Miss Rebecca Edwards we don't think that will be tliis side of of tho Currency. The manufacturers, 167; grocery trade. Controller EEST LIXE TO ASD FEOM Two Mares Stolen City, visited his father and mother, the evening, and she was given tho last Wednesday night. nineteen hundred failure of the bank created no flurry 33: .machinery. 70; milling, 117j furMr. and Mrs. George Richardson, Jenefit of tho Club's full repertoire TOLEDO AND DETROIT.? in banking circles because it had niture 90; and printing. VI percent." II. P. Lewis bought recently of A. G. PANOLA. Monday. executed in the finest style. Messrs. Sexton the property known as the Wood All Points In Michigan. long since been' expedted," says a From my home, 1 mile frera w a Of tho 15,088 failures for 1896, the nisht, December 11th. seen to t Mr. Will B. Bright returned last R. Earl Smith, manager; J. S. Ken- son Lewis'place, for $550. Elder Xeal. of Winchester, will preach sqund money contemporary. c " at S o'clock Tueeca greatest number occurred during nt Speedwell church the first Sunday iu bay mare, about old. in f Yes, there was also a man who died the lait quarter, during which the Wednesday from Cincinnati whither nedy, leader, and Messrs. Booker, Born to the wife of Dr. Combs, on the small acar en left hip cannot "White City Special." Fehrnary. out rubbing hand over hip. Ti t in Missouri, but ft created no flurryjn election occurred, and if McKinley's he went to hear Gregorowistch, the Greenleaf, Johnston, Moberley, 18th inst., a fine boy. This is the elevBest Terminal Station. mare, oM this pnnt; n Adams, J. and E. Mansfield. enth child horn to this wedlock, two Rev. J. G. Tarsons has been called to The medical circles, because it, too; had success, as his cohorts claimed, had famous violinist. like a mule, bush of tail cut of Wygnnt, Walker, Evans, Bruce and dead. & a little by saddle, btate p: long, been expected. preach for the Baptist church here on Mrs. Thos. D. Chenault, Sr., who Undertakers had the effect they boasted would capture and conviction of thief Jones. Avoiding the Tunnel. jan20-2rarely ever mourn. IMLLaRD r.IT "ensue, they would be saying now "I has been seriously ill at her home, Rodney Gaines died at tho home "of the Third Saturdays and Sundays in eaoh month. Cumberland View, is, we are glad to The marriage of Miss Georgia Mob- Wm. Breaddus on the 10th, of pneumoErrron Knott, of the Louisville you told so.'J It is as logical, therefore, state, much improved. erley and Mr. George Corzelius, nia. Burial at Flat Woods burying In Iieatint; a joint of casing which had Wagner Sleeping Cars. DR. Pc srs for us to attribute present evils to his Post, who, perhaps, contributed as been pulled out of the well, filled with HOYAL-TfiHS- Y Mrs. Louisa Smith, of Fayette. which was" announced in the Climax ground. election as their claim that prosPILLs much as any other a individual uind, water and rock', tteam was generxzw discovert. rrKm toward carrying the State by the Re- perity would be its immediate result. Mo., and Mrs. J. W. Smith, of this last week, will take place atthehoine Prof. Troop, of Irvine, began his school Buffet Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleepin r?!, aw fc A new, rewAt le mud sa. re-- e i Private Compartment Cars, Elegant Coached :. publican party, says' the Anderson Republicans said "wo will make good city, were the guests of W. K. Denny, of the bride on Thursday night next, here Monday, the 18th, with 2J pupils. ated and an explosion occurred, barely a.e5 itc. artr cr r at 8 o'clock. Bishop Burton will off- He will have an interest class of a dozen missing Dr. James, and rocks were and Dining Cars. at Manse, last Saturday. News, makes the following forecast: times" the Democrats denied it and latHci. lnTfcira'w ' VV9 of drnj 3jzmU be attendants, or more teachers. Mr. Troop comes thrown one hundred paces with great paper, tz i.r bz. t i Kigs, "If the republicans insist on passing claimed affairs would go from bad to Mrs. Samuel H. Stone and two iciate, there will and eleven be a Be sure your tickets read vii"BIG FOUR." pealnl la pui vm it will tableau highly recommended as a teacher. Pros- force. The Doctor wes knocked down t:unp9frprtirTi,r. "M J, a Chinese tariff and continue the worse under the existing gold stand youngest sons returned to Frankfort four musicians, Jrn.l.or.i,Mrr I'EfKltl B. MARTIN wedding. Notwithstanding, only the and bespattered with mud from head to B. 0. M'COEMICS I. CA1.A93UC1AT1U.N, twaddle about international bimetal- ard, augmented by Republican ex- on Wednesday, after a visit to Mr. pects are very flattering in his favor. S.ha. Passenger Traffic Mgr. Gen. Pass.JtTkt.Agt. immediate relatives and attendants foot. It was a narron escape. lism the cause of Bryan and unlimit- travagance and exorbitant protective and Mrs. John D. Harris. Co- c: Sold br lUchmonil Dras; CINCINNATI, OHIO. WINSTON. Mr-aed coinage of silver at 16 to 1 will re- tariff taxes. Mrs. Waller Bennett will, are invited, as a recent bereavement At- G. White. jan20-lin the family prevents such a wedAwarded To change the monetary system, it about February 1, Occupy the hand Estill County ceive an an impetus which will cause the agitation of last autum to appear was urged and with effect, by the some residenco of Mr. J. Stono Wal ding as thapopulitr bride has always W. T. Tharp and wife are now visiting Highest Honors World's Fair, wished hers to bo. Nevertheless the friends in Rockcastle county. like a gentle Southern zephyr com- sound money men, will precipitate a ker, on Lancaster Avenne. entire community will join in best panic. And yet, with their policy pared to a Western blizzard." FREE EDUCATION. Mrs. Sallie Fain has been confined for Mrs. James Bennett and Miss triumphing, instead of moving Clay are attending the National Laura wishes for Mr. and Mrs. George Cor- some time with grip but is improving. The first ot American Ncw3,ispers, CHARLES Equal zelius. Fob a few weeks after the Novem- smoothly on, a veritable panic breaks An education at Harvard, V A. DANA, Editor. Mrs. Luanda Witt, who has been visor any other collese or intitiit ber election, says the Nicholasville out which would have done credit Right's Association in session this The Climax has pleasure in an- iting at Kirk8ville for the past week, re-oflearninr in the United MO? Democrat, there was no way to do to the worst campaign misrepresenta- week atDes Moines, Iowa. The American Constitution, the American nouncing the approaching marriage turned home Tuesday. or in the New Enslaml lns.r.-tor- I Mrs. T. M. Morrow and sons, Hugh anything with tho extravagant hilar- tions of tho effect of Bryan's election. Telephone Your "Cousin," of Music, can be- - seenred of Mr. John T. McClintock, of this I Idea, the American Spirit. These jint, lasl, w ity of porno of our Republican exMrs. Emily K Laine, of .Irvine has any yonnp; man or woman Of course, McKinley is not him- and Emmett, of Jackson, returned city, and Miss Rose Franks Vickersj and all the lime, forever. in earnest- - Write for i3rfu.u-"- S been spending the past week with her changes. Tho election returns had self responsible for these results, but homo Monday after a pleasant visit f 01 Pine Bluff, Arkansas, which DUX, is to daughter, Mrs. Belle Irvine. P. B. BROADDUS, quicklv. JAMES D. on. M Daily, by mail, jestored confidence as if by magic. his incoming administration, upoif to Mrs. Uarvo Ellison, on Third occur in the" latter citj' on 56 a year SfiBromfieM St..Bosf February Recently they have been .getting the platform laid down inspires no street. Daily and Sunday, by mail, Silas Port wood, the merHnnley's Old Stand. JJi year No. 26. Mr. James If. Neale, of this tome Mr. Frank Kennedy, sou of J. JJ. and knock-ouand hope whatever. 15 .city, will act as best man. Tho bride- - chant oJ Portwood, was over last Sunday marble hearts, and now they cudgel It moans not only the continuation Kennedy, of this city,'who has been fl is, well .known hero having At- to visit his daughter. Mrs. J. II. Johnson. their brains-t-o invent some plausible of t.i irrmy contraction, but residing in Texas for tho past two tended Madison Institute last year. F. M. King, formerly of Richmond, SrJndail Sifr? xcuse. and the Richmond de, Notice Creditors. ares' isresitltfc of life, taxed for years, returned to Ulchmond Wed- She Is quite pretty, vivacions, has rented the saw and grist mill of T. J. lj is the greatest SundafNewspaper in. being unable to perform the; tlfe benefit of the manufacturer. nesday. musical, juid Mr. McClintock King, ybich. he isnow running at" full GF MOST .PERFJSCT MADE the worHI- self imposed task, 'has called to its Better Jur "free sliver and free trado Mr. Oscar II". Harrison,- a is .receiving congratulations upon his cqpaciry. All persofis having efcuaas against Geo. A, pax Grace Cream T , Aid Eli Perkins, the other two oat ef than high money and bighprotec- e fTartar Powdsr. FfM Price' 5 a cpy. By air, $2 a jew. presefitsame properly Terifted to was here prospective good fortunain. winning On account of bad health, wejJiave from Ammonia, Alum fny other aduJknmt, "' 'y me pa or before February , IdK, ir sse jrftt All ' the three great liars. , uen. yestorday-aitenrfinKinds the-- , -AdnaTHBSUN,lVew York?' . . oeuirrwi. u.r.AKMtOL . . wH.rauue young iaay. Upon; been inforwed.lbat .'Jncla TWrp- 1e! YEARS IVSXAMOAftD. 40 )M-- t JJ Awignet. J . r j.,.- ft tS. . . ? y I 3tr' ,J! : li 1; U t rvliyr 'rHi jtr ' e fc PUBLISHED KVEKY WEBXKSDAT BT THE CLIMAX. Con- exis- the Glasgow Times. As the silver men of boliove just as Mr. Watterson did a few years ago, what Co. was" Mr. Watterson a few years ajjo ? In tho Dillingham Addition, in which. he is interested. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. K. Oldham, Jr., of Mt, Sterling, were the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Oldham. Thoy ordered tho Climax to ap-plau- so: -- J S- - M S- - 1 S- m oe OO H'-o- ZO OO DO tax-pay- tax-eat- er co-equ- al their return they will resldeat "Sunny Side," his pretty homo on the Tates Creek turnpike, about three miles from this city. Mr. McClintock is engaged.in.farmingnnd is well able to properly caro for his bride and has so many friends here, besides her own, that she, will in no wise bo among strangers. Tho Climax wishes in advance much happiness for the young couple. Several ladles from this city wi!l probably go to Washington as delegates to the National Convention of the Daughters of the American Revolution, which meets there on February. From the Boonesborough Chapter, Mrs. A. Rollins Burnam, and Misses Margaret W. Chenault and Mlnva Park Phelps are delegates, while tho Madison County Chapter chose its Regent, Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith, Mrs. D. Bates Shackelford and Mrs. W. T. Tovis. Speaking of Washington, it may interest the young girls of Richmond to learn that there is a good luck rosobnsh down at Mount Vernon whoso beneficent influence upon affairs of the heart dates back as far as tho time- of Nellie Custis. Its wonderful qualities were first discovered by a visiting friend of Washington's foster daughter, who, it is said, brought her timid lover to the point through the presentation of a beautiful white rose from tho charmed plant. Mr. Whelan, of the Mount Vernon management, vouches for it that none of the efficacy of tho flower has been lost through the lapse of time, and his romance concerning it is of very recent date. It appears that last spring a party of visitors were being shown over tho historic grounds, and when in tho course of the tour the white rose tree was reached the usual charming tale of its power as a love fortifier was told. Thero was among the group a dainty maiden, who listened with shining eyes to the recital, and, at its close, asked with great earnestness for the solitary bud that grew upon it. In presenting it there was only one stipulation made, and that was that a report of its mission be sent to Mount Vernon. This reached there a few days ago in tho form of the wedding cards of the young woman and an accompanying note to Mr. Whelan certifying that on giving it to her lover she related e story, and he, who had the been shy before, became a iwld and ardent wooer, and the wedding bells rang at Christmas. old-tim- More List of Letters. ei-e- Jowet, Scott &Pfaze8, -- SySsS: Vl v Mi lew KNIGIIT-WATCI1JU- Jan. -- Hood's Sarsaparilla ,, Choice Pictures, IVtti-gre- w Latent Subjects m m Marked io AIE: Z subs-criptio- fifty-tw- o Knight-Watchm- an Fibres. See Display S3 Scott & Frazee, kS 32-3- 1 c. - ruu-"nin- sou-in-la- y, mftMmj&dMwmfc fljF IvP jira-i-.-i-rr- Certain Lot CO full-fledge- d 1 Boots J Shots fig I Sp SALE OF PERSONAL. 32-3- 5 Boots and Shoes 1 'SI L- P-l- tsa -- CO 1 g, 1 1 i I , r man Brothers, - UC w U I t, G 1 Gil-ea- i . five-cour- se ! SPRING i PLOWING. not already supplied with cannot f& ot have the best plows the ries produce. If expect to am plowing the coming spring, and oid to buy before giving yy post-offi- so-call- ed 'pot-su- Everything kept I iu-20- equipped hardware house our stock. I -- -- . 5 .11, I. two-stor- y : era hs 3an2o-2- u7" Is: Hour9 .i--- a,"-ac--- .-- CHICAGO. BOSTOIN. toll-ga- te -- Lal-lanc- e, ST. UOUIS.3 hk h ' m, -- w NEW YORK. nd y The Finest The Safest Drivers, The Promptest i l prl. 3 lal.. . fc - -. ,. vwtr CREAM m mmu tention. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. I r y 1 wide-awa- ke set-bac- ks ts to-b- - Panta-LTRpf- - intel-lectua- BAKING POMOftt r t J- The to -- Job Work ?5?.gf - -- "& 'i si ;,u g x7muih - -- fflJ -- -- -- &. ' ! fc!E i?v ofi. -- -r 3ep? a ""jsSS cif C -- u- - THE WEDNESDAY, CLIMAX. JANUARY 27, 1897. fsviiorscvzvi' 'WWSxa) VZ V w w w The merchant who fails to adver- tise in the Clivax stands as much show of success as aJnne-Bugin- m a ()MSM!M' ZfZJ A papre. furnace with a paper shirt on. Additional local news on our first to J. T. Linvell has been appointed pustmastor at Terrill. Thr Republicans of Estill county wh 1. old their primary March 12th. Monday's temperature was the oldest of the season, from 2 above ell. 2 Rev. E. EL TJurnam will preach in the Baptist church on Sunday next, January 31st To invito the public in the usual stereotyped phrase to hear Mr. Bmnara is insufficient. True he needs nothing more than tho mero announcement. But everyone should hear this scholarly gentleman, this spotless christian, this man whose gentle lifo Is a sermon within itself. When you pick up a twenty-fiv- e cent piece on the street you pat yourself on the back and 6ay. "lucky dog." You think more of that quarter than you do of the largo dollar that reposes beside it in your pocket. It's human nature, and yet you doubt when we tell you that notonly quartcrs but dollars are to be picked up all over our store'any time of day. The prices on everything are so low that the goods whisper to you of money saved. Covington & MitchCourt Hews. Lexington, this promising youngsire will be sold, to tho highest bidder, when the breeders of high class trotting horses will have an opportunity to procure a full brother of tho great Shadeland Onward. Verdict For A Cars for Lame Back. "My daughter, when recovering from an attact of fever,-- was a great sufferer from pain in the hack and hips,", writes Loudeu Grover, of Sardis, KyJ' A Iterating 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 Balm is also a certaiu cure for rheumatism. Sold by W G. White. 31 3 A $tt)0. below zero. to Jackson Institute. Thirty new students entered last week. We have rot some storm overcoats loft and are oilerlnp- them at bargains. Covington & Mitchell. Mrs. John Throckmorton, wife of the well known K. C. conductor, died bust week, aged about 35 years -- If you want a heavy winter suit come to ns. We've got it, and they are so cheap. Covington & Mitchell. Thomas Turpin, of Etill county, has purchased ;i farm near Red House, and will remove to it shortly. Mr. Cal Rurgin, of White Hall, i recovering from a serious illnes-Mr- . Basil Hackett, near by, is very - My residence and of land Circuit Court will continue through for rent "West Main street, Richmond. next 'week. But little except equity C II. PIGG. business has been trantacted. So far A nice new line of ladies' muslin only one jury trial, R. S. Rice vs. Taylor and cambric underwear for sale at Rice for malicious prosecution. After two Miss Tempie Oldham's. days consideration jury failed to agree. A $10,00J addition is to be built Notice to Teachers. We are prepared lo pay to teachers of the public tchools one half of the last month's, salary, which is now pa't due. We have no promise when the remainder will be paid. Mks A. T. Million, The United States Court at Frankfort, on Wednesday last, in tho suit of Claude Lyter vs. Frankfort Electric Railway Company, awarded the plaintiff $400 damages for injuries received while riding on the company's cars. Mr. Lyter, who is the eldest son of Mr. J. C. Lyter, of this place, had accepted a position as electrician of the Frankfort city railway and was "learning tho road" at the time of the accident The car was running at highspeed, in charge of, the motorman, when turning a .corner it threw Mr. Lyter headlong to the street. He was internally injured, perhaps permanently, and orougnc suit against the company for $5,000. Mr. I,ytcr claims that it this particular corner there was no 'guard rail," as is the custom, and that the accident was attributable to this mechanical defect in the road. The company feared much greater damages would be assessed, and is jubilant over what they term a victory. It was the last case on tho docket and may have suffered some thereby. Mr. Lyter is an industrious young man, but his onco robust health has been impaired by this accident and he may never be strong again. j -- 100 qeese in thief has succeeded in stealing about and around Mt.Sterliug. I1T Gladness Comes a OLDEN TIMES It s. C. i. "Tobacco Sold. MARRIED. Simpsos-TusseMr. El i j a h Simpson and Miss Adelene Tussey were married at Kirksville Wednesy. ical ills, which vanish before proper effortsgentle 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 remeuy wun minions oi tamiiies, andis everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when j'ou purchase, that you have the genuine arti-.clwhich is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system "is regular, laxatives or other 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 gives most general satisfaction. e, well-inform- better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys- 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 constiptation, people will not buy other laxatives, which act for a time, but finally injure the system. well-inform- Ik . XE e. STAB"'' 'W S DEEP! a JPvs im HJAv.rrgraKafcajkJt3 31 34 A brass hand has been organized among the priroueibiu the county jril at Bowling Grc-i- . Pors.iswho are troubled with Mi indi-- v a witl be interested in the ex-- f lence of Wm. Penn, chief clerk in me railway mail service at Des Moines, Iowa, who writes: "It gives me pleasure to testify to the merits ef Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea liemedy. 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 aud 50 cents; sold by W. G. 31-- 31 White, Richmond, Ky. Laurippe isepedemic in many counties, and its ravages are becoming alarming. The Knife Reached The Very Hearts Core. ormer i rices M Recognized. Ga9fi9Q&8Q3O98OeOOe039e9OaCttSOOttS9ttS9aett9 Cut Half In Two. vr.r i ti i Mr. M. F. Aibuckle, of near Silver Creek, went to Louisville last Tuesday with twelve hogsheads of white hurley tobacco which netted him o cents. Mr. Wade Walker also sold a quantity at less money, and said that he saw good tobacco selling at $1 to $1.25. Winchester Court. K.O rwm The progressive ladies of Westfield, Ind., issued a "Woman's Edition" of the n u sick. Rales fc McElwalne have sold their fine gelding, "0. K.," to Jack Spradley, of Petersburg, Virginia, for f GOO. Miss Tempie Oldham has for sale a :iic new lino of ladies' muslin and cambric underwear. Millinery in about 1000-lh. J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, o00 si'aon. Charles Qilmore, jailed for .stealing meat from Dr. Martin, was given Dr. Colson In Texas. $! bail, but skipped. His mother Dr. H. G. Colson, formerly postv as on his bond. Julia master at Middlesboro, and Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sr. found the of Mr. Jas. Howard Boggs, lately niuli- market at Atlanta glutted of this county, but now of Jessathat he took his two to mine, is an applicant for collector of Virth Carolina. Stanford Journal. customs at Eagle Pass, says the Deputy herilf Gordon Dudley ar- Devil's River Xews, rionora. Texas. rested Win. Challis, a;;ed IS, for foniing The warmth with which he is enOne lot of 5 Overcoats for men will he clo3cd at 2.9S. One lot of Long Black Ulster Overy Lake's name on a check. Challis dorsed by the people lead us to concoats, former price 7.50 will be closed at 4.50. The Boy's Overcoats will be closed at 75c, 1 and failed to give $250 bond and is in jail to clude that Dr. Colson will easily win 1,50 each, former price from 1.50 to 3.50 a piece. As his brother David G. Colson, is auait tiial. Congressman our Bloody from The revival at the Christian Eleventh, he will have a good pull church by Elder Lloyd, of ?C ashville, on the plum. i attracting good crowds, consider-in- ;, "We have just Oti'3 lot of nice 10-- 4 Blankets will be closed at 45c a pair, former price 98cc. the weather. Continue about Richmond Band Reorganized. closed for one of the largest Blanket Mills in the United States a lot of very fine and two weeks. 1 4 all wool Blankets. AVe have not shown anything as nice this season, they are worth The Richmond Band has been 7.50 and 9.50 per pair, Ave will close them iu this sale at 3.4S and 4.25 per pair a3 long as with Mr. Robert Mitchell, of Sixteen lots hi the Dillingham Addition were sold Monday by Real Estate Irouton, Ohio, as director, and will they last. to Children are more susceptible Br. Cady's Condition Powders, are Agf-n- t ti. W. Evans for Louisville par- now be known as The Richmond MiliNew by. Jesse Xewby, aued 7.'5, died cold than grown folks and theirconstitu-tion- s just what a horse neetb when in bad tary Band. The organization is com- on ties. The entire lot went for G24, t lie Saturday at Xewby and buried in will not permit of quinine or other condition. Tonic, blood purifier and posed of twenty four members, and Million best price beiiij:$7o They are not food but L. radical treatment. Dr. Pell's Pine Tar vermifuge. burying ground. medicine and the best in use to put a under the management of Prof. Mitchell, Honey is not only absolutely harmless horse in prime condition. The suit of Charles F. AVhite's we will soon have excellent musicians. Hunsox. Miss Nancy Hudson Price 25 !Now is tho time to buy it as the prices are cut half in two. Remnants of all kinds will be given out cutor vs. Xpderland Insurance Prof. Davis, also of Ironton Ohio, a pro- died at the home of her father, Uriah but is pleasant to the taste and never cents per package at a satisfactory price, there will he no lagging back waiting for better prices, it will be a rush to get It Company for $10,000 will be tried fessional with the claiionet, is associated Hudson, near Bear Wallow, Sunday fails to cure or stop a cold. Alex Robbins, of Breckeiiridge count-- , them, lirst come Hrst served will be our motto. t u month in the U. S. District with the hand. AV. T. Tevis is Presi- night, of consumption, aged eighteen. Three iucindiary fires were reported together with tree of his children, all Court at Louisville. Bai.lai:i Jas. A. Ballard, -- ned 75, fiom Oweusboro Moudav. have measles in one room. dent, II. R. Tevis, Secretary, and Clyde brother of R. D. Ballard, of Paint Lick, The Midway City Council in a Hart, Treasurer. A'numbcrof fine instruAyer's Hair Vigor is certainly a reAnother Good. Man Gone 7rong. meeting held Tuesday night reduced ments, among which is a quartette of died on Saturday last at White's Station, markable preparation and nothing like He failed to use Foley's Kidney Cure t!u- city taxes from seventy-fiv- e to Saxiphones, have been received, and al- aud was buried Sunday in the Richmond it has ever been produced. Js o matter how for his kidney complaint. 31 34 cemetery. fifty cents on the huundred dollars ready the music is of a high order. wiry aid unmanageable the hair may he, i"0rTollov the procession, Don't miss the good things, others will get them." Calloway. The Leich Bros. ha'e sold their interand passed a curfew law. John Calloway, a under the. inflluence of this incompara"He Gives Thrice Who Gives Quickly." Union veteran, died at his home ble dressing, it becomes soft, silky, and est in the Paduach Register to I. T. s, Oh, yes. The Cliic-V- x is a Half a hundred personal friends maniIt m paper, with the largest circu- fested their well wishes for the new asso- near Berea Thursday morning, aged pliable to the comb and brush. We iave 2,500 yds of beautiful Satieens worth 15c. a yd. that will close in this sale at lation in Madison county; L costs ciate editor of the Cum v by subscribing sixty years. He had been in feeble Ezposnro to Disease Two Lumber men were killed by a fal6 a yd. these make beautifulcomfo rts as well as dresses. health for several years. only $1.25 per annum in advance for the paper within the past two weeks, ling tree in the Michigan torrests. Does not necessarily mean the contracGai-- . Rodney Gaines died near Now is th time, etc.', etc. not to mention the several hundred doltion of diseases'provided the system is in Congressman Kendall has the promise lars worth of new advertisements that College Hill, Wednesday, after a a vigorous condition, with the blood pure 75 and UK) miles of road were sent iu by other well wisheis, who brief illness of pneumonia, aged forty of early action in the House on the bill and all the organs in healthy action. ha been offered almost free of years. Deceased was a good citizen granting a pension of ?50 per month to c!iar'(' to the Woodford court which doubtless are now gratified to know that and a brother of Miss Joe Harris, of the widow of Gen. Green Clay Smith. When in such a condition contagion is ads. are circulated ainoni; more readily resisted and the disease germs is taking steps to free the pikes by their Buried near Waco It has already passed theJSenate. readers than ever befoie in Madison this 'county. can find no lodgment. Hood's SarsapNOTHING RESERVED. Men's Heavy Kip Boots, full stock, former price 2 and 2.50, will be satisfactory arrangement, by lease Thursday. county. Read Ayer's Almanac, which your arilla is th best medicine to build up the closed at ?1. 50. Men's good Boots, former price 1.50 and 1.75 per pair will be closed at 100. or purchase. Wilmoke. The death of popular John druggist will gladly hand you, and note system because The following letter is selected from it makes pure, rich blood, wil! be closed at 75c. these goods sold at One Jot of Ladies-- ' Oi! Grain Front Lace Shoes, sizes After visiting this city la.st week unny received : The w riter is known to Wilmore, the Kirksville merchant, on the wonderful curesof rheumatism, catar- and pure blood is the basis of good health. S1.25. One lot of Ladies' Oil Grain Button and Lace Shoes, worth 1.25, will be closed at 85. Mr. Joe Waters writes to the Stan- most of the older citizens of Madison Sunday last, was a shock to the commurh, scofula, dyspepsia, eczema, debility, In cold weather it is especially necessary Children') Shoes and Men's Heavy Shoes will be closed at prices to suit you, come and get them. ford Journal: 'Thliveliestso-callethough he will not thank us for making nity. His death had been expected for humors, and sores, by the us? of Ayer's to keep up the health tone because the corpse that was ever .interred him their contemporary. Theieis not a a week, so serious were thecomplications Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla admit? body is subject to greater exposure and in memory's cemetery is that of free younger man of his age in 15oyle county : of his ailments Burial yt&terday in ted at the World's Fair. It more liable to disease. Hood's Sarsaparthis city. He leaves many relatives and in Madison." Danville, Ky., Jan. 22. 1897. 31 31 Congressman George, of Mississippi, is illa is the safeguard of health. friends to mourn his loss. He was an Thi' College Mixup," .six male and Mr. Clarence E. Wood : dying in Washington. Thos. Raybura was crushed to death My Deak Fkiknd. I have received upright citi7e'i, a true friend and a defour female characters, will be ren-- d bv a falling treein Greenup county. The "Wltoo Story several "sample" copies of the Climax voted brother and son. red shortly by locnl talent, as will One lot of Men's Imported Corduroy Pants will be at 1.48 worth 2.50. through you, for which please accept inv Of the great sales attained and great cures Sam Jones Coming. h'o the "Mikado," under the S. F. Fritz, of G77 Sedgwick street, One lot of Men's Lined Jeans Pants will be closed at 48c. per pair. by Hood's Sarsaparilla is thanks. I icadily understand your reaof Miss Pattie and Mr. For almost twelve months parties accomplished Chicago, says: "I had a severe cough One lot of Men's Fleeced Lined Ribbed Undershirts, satin front, pearl buttons, extra heavy, son for sending them, and hereby enThomas. have been endeavoring to secure quickly told. It purifies and enriches the which settled on my lungs. I tried a flat seam and cable sewed will be closed at 29c. each. Th attention of the city fathers close you a check for So for the paper Sam. P. Jones to deliver a humorous blood, tones the stomach and gives number of advertisers remedies and also One lot of Men's Black Chiviot Suits, former price 5, will be closed at 2.9S. enis lepectfully called to the condi- subscription to run np till full value of lecture in Richmond, but he has strength and vigor. Diseases cannot placed myseli under treatment of Feveral the same is received. I ara glad you been booked ahead and not a date ter the system fortified by the rich, red physicians, with nobenefit. I was recomtion of the pavement in front of the ( nietery. In damp weather it is as have concluded to remain in Richmond could be secured. At last, however, blood which comes by taking Hood's mended to try Foley's Honey and Tar One lot of Children's Union Suits all sizes will be placed on the counter at 29c. a suit, we sold muddy as the street, and the street and use your pen for her b st interestb. he has one open date, Monday, Feb- Sarsaparilla. With litUe expectation of greeting relief, goods all season at 50 and Goc. a snit. these It would he a great calamity .f you were ruary loth, when ho will lecture in aJtuig there is a regular bog I purchased a bottle. I had taken but few A lot of Ladies' Ribbed Pants worth 39 and 50c. per pair will be closed at 17c. per pair. allowed to leave there. "Long ii..iVaoii need's Pilis cure neusea, sick head- doses when I felt greatly improved; I this city at the Court House and evvsK Wij sell a Double Kneed Seamless Black Hose for children, all sizes, for 10c. a pair. W. H. Thompson, agent of the and the Climax live and prosper." indigestion, billiousness. eST"All erybody in the county should hear ache, was enable to sleep, spitting of blood K.(". It. R. at Falmouth, died la.'t We sell Ladies' Black Hose, 5c. a pair. druggist. 25c. We have a very nourishing school this him as it may be ceased, and by the the time I had taken the lust opportuWednesday. He was agent at Rich- session. Whenever you can, come and "We have a lot of Fine Seamless Ladies' Grey Hose (nits and lice pattern) to close, at 7c. pair. Owens-boi- o, W. II. Braunon's grocery, at the second bottle I was entirely well. It mond, succeeding Jamos MeKiuney, look through the buildintss of the Ken- nity. 1 Rev. Sam Jones is one of the most was entered by burglars Sunday saved my life., resigned about 18S8 and was suc- tucky School for the Deaf and see how but remarkable men this century has night and $18.77. stoten. ceeded by Mr. Frank Carr, nowagent we teach the childien. Such a visit, I Steven Bishop, Moreheads oldest busiproduced. Ho is unique, ho stands at Paris. am sure, will be quite interesting to you. alone as one of a class, he occupies a Here is a diamond, here a piece of char- ness man made an assignment last week. coal. Both carbon; yel between them The soiind.monoy papers of Remember me kindly to my numcious sphere not occupied by any d other; stands the mightiest of magicians-Natur- e. YCS, 'tis true; say that good times are coming friends there. I will be up there next he has thousands of imitators but r Foley's Honey as bank stock and farming lands are summer and hope to have a "whole none approach the original. For The food on your table, and your o;vn Is the best Cough Medicine. body; elementally the same; yet between in demand. The truth is the Clijr.vx passel" of iun with the boys at Lake fourteen years hehas interested the We sell a good yard wide Bleach Cotton at 5c, yd. 1 4 Ream Good Rote Paper for 10c. 31 34--the two stands the digestion, the arbiter i about the only thing in demand. ltebx. Very truly yours, .Hope Londale Bleach Cotton 6c. a yard. Knitting. Silk 5c a spool. American people and had power over of growth or decline, life or death. M. T. Loxg- It is on a genuine boom, and that's 'Green Ticket Londale 6 a yard. The larg8t Turkish Towel made for 10c. them which no ordinary man pos "We cannot make a diamond; we cannot no idle jest. kMasonville aud Fruit of the Loom' Bleach Cot-- k Get our White Clover Leaf Towel for 10c. Trotting Horsemen's Opportunity. sesses. No evangels'- has enjoyed make flesh, blood and banc. No. But by ! ton 7c. a yard. A Large'ice Towel for 5c. Annual debate at V. LT. on FriA notice of the death of that great greater sway over the people and mens of the Shaker Digestive Cordial we 10-Unbleached Sheeting 10c. a vard.' Geniva Aluminum Chimhles for lc. eacli. day night Subject, Should U. S. horse, Shadeland Onward, appeared thousands date the hour of their can enable the stomach to digest food &10-Amber-Shel- l 4 Hairpins 5c. a dozen. yd. Bleach Sheeting (Pepperell)"l6 acknowledge the independence of in the Courier-Journof January conversion from "Sam Jones' Meet- which would otherwise ferment and poiCuba?" Affirmative, J. B. Norman, 18th, and a more fitting eulogy could ing." He has enemies, to be sure; son the system.- In all forms of dyspepsia Tortoise IShell Hairpins 10c. a box, nice quality. jjTrion Mills AAA Brown Cotton, 5c. a yd: Madison Counts' Cobkt. tt T. Hood Little; Negative, E. J. 3 Spools Best Spool Cotton 10c. not have been written on so grand a they curse him, then go and hear and incipient consumption, with weak- T. B. Hackstt on PetitioV. The undersigned, J. B. Stoutfer, Assignee of and J. F. Kennedy. Chairman, horse. His great merit consist- him speak, and laugh with his ness, loss of flesh, thin blood, nervous T. E. liackett, trill. In pursuanccof a Judgment T. II. Pickels. All invited. ed in producing early and extreme friends. prostration the Cordial is the successful rendered In the above siyled action, on As a platform speaker ho ranks remedy. Taken with food it relieves at The Sherman (Texas) Register, speed, which will compare favorably with the get of any stallion that ever among the best, the Southern Ly- - once. It nourishes, and assists nature, to Jan. 5, contains a notice of the death of Webber Huls, together with a lived. He is gone anil his loss "will ceum Bureau, of Louisville, which nourish. A trial bottlo enough to show About the hour of 11 o'clock, a. m., offer for poem of considerable merit inscribed be greatly lamented by the trotting manages his lecture business, always its merit 10 cents. And placed on sale the prettiest line of Hambergs, Embroideries, Laces, White Goods and Persale, at pnblic auction, to the highest bidder, miles on the premises about three and horse.. world, and it will be hard to fhas on hands from "50 to 100 applica to iis memory. As before reported cales ever shown in this city. they cannot Lazsl is the best medicine for children. Northeast from Richmond, the following described TRACTOPLAXD: in The Climax, deceased was for- fill bis place. Ho was valued at tions for dates which Our 3 1 3c. line of Percales is. a strong one aud they are going out rapidly, they are worth 10 fill because he is "booked up," no .Doctors recommended it iu place of Castor $30,000- First, 217JJ acres, being the home tract of 216 merly a resident of this place. and 3 2c. per yard elsewhere. acres upon which T, B. Hackett formerly reStill, it is quite possible that his dates open. Oil. It sided, excluding the house and improvements Our Fine Cambric Percales are the prettiest thing.ever shown over our counters. A favorable report was made lo younger full lirother, Time Onward, The people of Richmond have a and 28f acres allotted to the said T. B. Hackett Dink Payton, twentyfour, was struck as a homestead. The tract of 216 acres, excluthe Senate Friday on a bill that has owned by Mr. B. Howard Neale, of treat in store on Monday, February acres taken out for the railroad, is by an J. C. train at the Wolfpeu Saturday sive of t f ulljr described in the deed on file in this action, already passed the House granting a this place, will, in a short time, shed 15th, when he will lecture here. and of record in the Clerk's Office of the MadiGpod Calicoes at 4c. a yard. We have just opened a beautiful line of calicoes of all kinds. night and instantly killed. pension at the rate of $12 a month to equal bistre upon their renowned son County Court, from Jscob Hacket and wife FA3I JONES' WITTY PAYIJ.CJS: to T. B. Hackett: and a full description of the They are as pretty as percales, come and see then. Woodcock, of this city, 'sire, Onward, and their noted dam, Amanda allotted which has "I pitty a married man who has Almost every man in .America has 28,'i acres, homestead, been which is to T. B. excluded and Hackett as widow of Robert Woodcock, of the Nettie Time, the greatest of brood some digestive trouble. When ineiimeet, in this sale, is to be found in the Report of Fourth Kentucky Volunteers of the mares to die at the age of fourteen. nothing but a canary bird to pet; I tho greeting usually is, "Well how are Commissioners appointed in this action to. believe in large families." Oc.r Spring Stock of Carpets, OH Cloths and flattings are being opened up. - We haven't allot said homestead, saia tract wm dc oncr-e- d Mexican War. and then as a in Time Onward already has a long was born a Democrat, raised a you ? That develops health lalk. The Alsotwo parcels,land containing whole. and room to iive prices here? hut will guarantee to save you mouey on anything you buy iu this depart-mcnt.a"I 75JJ a tract Aa Ag2d Patent. feather in his cap, being the young- Democrat and remained a Democrat man who hasnobowelorstomach trouble acres adjoiningofthe land of I. N. Scudder fully most complete Hue in the city. show you-th- e the same described in Dr. J. A. Davis, of Newby, exhibi- est sire (six years) of any yearling as long as I thought that a Christian is almost a curiosity. Trouble Is men take land conveyedthe iudement. beinc Thomas J. by James Parks and deed of B. Hackett ted to us on Monday a fish trap pat- that ever went a mile in 2:21, gentleman could stay in the party. nocareof themselves- - They eat as though Smith, his trustee, to T.Office of thebyMadison TfrnrA in the Clerk's ented April 20, T7 presumably 120 which is tho yearling record for Ken- You Republicans needn't giggle; they had copper siomachs and bowels of County Court, a copy of which is filed in this Tl lahking you for past, patronagejand hoping that you may avail yourselves of tlie many ' ' years ago. It is an ingenious .de- tucky. This mark was made by thank God, I never did belong to brass. By and by, overworked nature reb- action. op Terms Sale The above land will be sold airf good things we are now offering, We are respt., las your gang." els. Then come headaches, nervousness, upon a credit of six and twelve months In equal vice having ten sharp curved fingers Time Wood at JJoxihgton bad blood, liveraudkidney troubles. Dr. installments, bearing interest from day of sale. of brass wire. Whon set these fingers fall in an effort against the 2:20 held purchaser will "The Populists are good people. Pierce's Pleasant Pillels furnish Help for The Trustee bonds forbe required to execute to the payment of the purthe are spread exactly like two human by his full cousin, Belle Acton, security, They may go to heaven some day, constiptation aud torpid liver, sick and chase money, with approved"payable In bcariag -is attached like an champion yearling of the world. six and hands. The bait sale, from w ; but they'll never go to Wasington.1' billious headache, dizziness, sour stomach Interest months, day of with interest form day of sale, 4iYirf twelve old fashioned rat trap, and is sprung Timewood achievement gives to his a. judgment, the force and effect of "I believe a woman lias a right to los3 appetite, indigestion, or dyspepsia, and having lein for the payment of the purchase proud disand retain in the same way catcliing the fish sire, Time Onward, the money. 'dead to rights." It is also a dry tinction of being the youngest sire of be everything she wants to bo, ex- wiudy belching, "JJearlhutD,'1 pain aud Possession will be given upon complying with cept the father of a family." land trap and would catch rats, a yearling to reach 2:24 J. distress .after eating', andjiindrcderaiigc-uient- s the terms of the sale and confirmation thereof. of tneliveiSelomache and bowels. Sam Jones lectures'in Richmond chickens, or most any1 such ''articles On the 2d day of February, in W. J. B.VST0UFFER, & of household and kitchen furniture." R. Uraesfleld's Combination, sale, at f Monday night, February 16U. :2 ?;$ T" jp3tze; Xj3lQGmFBMBWKBmBI&r2&W Accept'po:sebUtue . at , son-in-la- cattle on the market 900-lsteers brought SJc. smooth steers, S3 CO; Common to fair oxen, 1200-lb- ., 3Jc.;gool heifers 2J to ,'Jr, light heifers, 2; good 1200-lbulls, 3c ; best fat cows, 0c; common cows, 2;C. A few buiuhes of hogs brought oc. The demand was fair and nearly all offerings sold. b. reports Smooth w - o car-loa- ds ri-e- leor-ganfze- d Westfield Xeirs, bearing date of April 3, 1890. The paper is filled with matter of Flktcheh-Hux- t. Mr. J o n a s rouse the liver, cure bilious- - WZSj interest to women, and we notice the Fletcher and Miss Katie Hunt were ness, headache, dfcztness, W g 8 tS following from a correspondent, which B' II married at the bride's residence, sour stomach,25 constitution, by the editors printed, realizing that it treats ITlce Sold near Union City, Wednesday, Janu- etc only ttlls tocents. with Hood'snil drucElsts. upon a matter of vital importance to their The take Sarsaparilla. ary 20th. It is a big thing to say but nevertheless sex: "The best remedy for croup, colds Hislk-RichakdsMr. WT. J. true, that a great multitudeof people have and bronchitis that I have beeen able to Hisle, of this county, and Miss Ma- crowned Simmons Liver Regulator, the find is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. ltha Richardson, of Clark county, "King of Liver Medicines." There is For family use it has no equal. I gladly weremarried at the bride's home, nothing like it for Malaria, Rheumatism, recommend it." 25 and 50 cent bottles Wednesday, January 20th. for sale by W. G. White, Richmond, Ky. Chills and Fever, Constiptation, BiliousTkumiso-Jacoij- s. 4 Mr. A. L. Trum-bo- , ness, Sick Headache, Indigestion and all of Bath county, and Miss Lou troubles arising from a sluguioh or disTho local option in Crittendon county Jacobs, of Irvine, were married at eased liver Simmons Liver Regulator is may he knocked out the next term of the bride's residence Thursday. The therprevention and cure for these ail- Circuit Court. happy couple, accompanied by the ments. It Foley's Honey and Tar bride's niece. Miss Kate McAfee, left In Leslie county, Jake Henslev is re- Cough Syrup wherever introduced is immediately for Owingsville, where ported to have killed Lee Gross and mor- considered the most pleasant and effecthey will reside. tally wounded Win Gross. tive remedy for all throat ami lung comCai.dwkiiI.-Tod- d. Miss Neuralgia is the prayer of the nerves plaints. It is the only prominent cough Todd, daughter, of Mr. Frank Todd, medicine that contains no opiates and and known as one of the "Twin Sis- for pure blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho One True Blood Purifierand nerve build- that can safely be given to children. ters,"' was quietly married Wednes31 34 It day evening at her home on the er. A flying timber killed Jas- - Pike, who Irvine pike, three miles east of this Mark Twain, the author, is said to be was w oi king at a Eaw mill in Hardin city, to Mr. A. B. Galdwell, a farmer Penniless in London. couutv. of Green county, Rev. J. K. Smith, Thin or gray hair and bald heads, so pastor of the First Presbyterian displeasing to many people as marks of Tetter, and 12czema. church, officiating. age. may be averted for a long time by The intense itching and smarting inciusing Hall's Hair Renewer. It dent to these diseases is instantly allayed In a Fight with Indians five Mexican by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases Soldiers were killed and twelve of the have been permanently cured by it. Hutchison. To the wife of W. It IJed men slaughtered. is equally efficient for itching piles and Hutchinson, a girl. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Two persons were frozen to death at chapped hands, chilblains, frost biten Chicago. and chronic sore eyes, 23 cts. per box. day. aHA The Greatest Cut Price Clearance Sale Ever Instituted in Richmond is Now on at ........ n h h S 3 fa ! s5 !1i I I IIIIB Finn S a ooaa oo 1 !P ill sceogrtP la E3 a ctts Bffi EJ ssss 1 I I I II I esse gssss I II K ia III r ssssl a tk i oooo Msr a yf oessB &3 a u nw u gi i ;;j; I a Mill !!lr iiES""i 1 i lli9B o B IMf YJ W m U Vm H CO a 5 B B g( H EJ R ox. Thousand of Dollars E&,S.H All W e Have Oiks Onci this Great Cnt Price Clearance Sale to make room for our Spring purchases, some of which are coming in daily. 31-3- left in Cloaks Are as follows: lot of .f 0 and $7 Jackets, pood styles, will be closed at $2.9S. lot of $12.50, $14.50 and $10.50 plain cloth and Astican Silk lined Jackets will be closed at $5 98 choice. We have a lot of long Jackets, ood material, former price $6, $8.50, $10 and 12.50, we will close this lot at one price for choice 2.50. We have have only 8 or 10 Elegant Plush Capes left, the former price was $10, 12.50 and 15. you can buy them now atone price to close, 5.98 for choice. Salt-Rheu- m A C3 BIRTHS. A I 2-- 114 DEATHS. TP "5TOTT ZLTZEIBjD ATIIbTTIElIK "DIEBIBSS - Get In The Band W ugon9 Wil-liel- first-clas- v-,- y c. n Y toilllra lnli!3i)iiiil3IjiilBf tmi 3-- 8 CP Y C d sler Pants, Suits, Etc. clod inan-a-.-ine- nt S It 31-3- Jtich-mon- and-Ta- H0HQN5 4 ,5-- 1 2 i IE ' l-2- c. k'i l-2- al c. - Ab-lo- Tuesday, Feb, 2, 1097, one-half We Have Jut Opened " i : na " 5R W . D. OLDHAM & CO. V ? Kr ss;j3 -- I i VJ- - dU. - m t s. - fs Mi- - - 7 - - - f v . 'i ii i i v- - - i . - .1 c - i. i i ii - i u 1 i 1 ,. -- i -- ,: ti-- "t fam prmK.ua.aa it itti i it n in ninwin imminiiiiiiin an hi hii iiStHHHiBHBHHHHlH titiiti TmnwnrriT iimaii mn iiii n iinimii m n nuiiw an ias&n &v. t -- r- rv ?5 "" IP-' j " Sr KENTUCKY' NEWS. a"ae Latest If - - - s; 1 &J Print I 11 I Xwi From Ce m mono ealtaV, All Part at tike PINT AND A HALF Ot Whisky Drank la Itrasadu Killed th Yciong elaa. Niciiolasvh.lr, Ky., Jan. 25. "All W ire know, said the aged parents between their sob, "is that he drank the biky. immediately became unconscious and died In two hours." This, In brief, was theiale of Lather, the ton ot Mr. and Mrs. James Turner, who are among the wealthiest and most prominent people In the county. Saturday bis father sent htm to took after a farm la Oarrard county, ten miles distant. He, with sereral began drlnkiuc. and. to show bow much whisky be could drink he swallowed a pint and a half, stopping euljr to draw his broatk. In Heel far 7iaVr0 Turv PAIWT8TIU.K. Ky., Jan. S3. Ooorge tiwilan, of Cherokee, Lawrence eeun-tis perhaps an of tk freabint mad-lewonders af the af . Cerdaa li S years aid. aad has beam constantly canned to kls bed far 81 yean. He 11 years ago, tin is lost kis reduced to u acre skelasesu Ha takes nourishment, but cast aert facd kimself. lie is perfectly helpless. lie was first attacked with inflammatory rheumatism, aud for a time Buffered intensely, but after a year or so the pains ceased, and since that time Gordan has not given any eridencc of suffering whatcom-panior- n; y, al eye-sig- bt ever. The German national bank ot Covington, Ky., James Ernst, president, brought suit against Thomas It. Toutscy, cashier of the First national bank of Newport, for the recovery of S10.003 on a note dtfUSfl October 10, 1S90. The common picas court allowed an attachment to issue against Mr. Voatsey'a stock In the Hyde l'ark syndicate, to cover any amount not previously attached In recent litigation. Xeki-ort- , Yaataajr Seed. Ky., Jan. 23. NORMAN WINS GOT THE DROP, BANK CASES. a Ue Salt of tke State af Xeaiaear tn And the Kan Who Want ea Killing; Argetneati la the Court ot Appeals Ml. when, the Creator said to soman Pellaaaeait aTeeav Mission Was the Victim. tlaf; ea Bane. 7SAMKFOBT, Ky., Jaaw It. Tke trial HorMKBTiLLE, Ky., Jan. 22. Wm. Fkaxkfobt, Ky., Jan. 2L In tht "in sorxoia- shalt thou brinsr forth f the case ef Camiaaatwaaith vs. L. C Xreme, constable of the Lnyfayette court of appeals Wednesday the court children," that a curse leras prodistrict, was shot and killed by Thos. sitting en banc, heard arguments nounced, but the joy felt by every Sermaa and M. & Xarker was reWooten, a business man of Herndon, in the reopened bank tax cases. Hother when she first presses to sumed la the circuit ceurt Maaday aoralng before a Jury. Audlter Staaa upon the streets of that village ThursThe first case argued was that her heart her babe, provee the aad Def sadant Xarker were lattradaeed day afternoon. For years a feud has of the Citizens' bank of Shelby-villa witnesses by the state's atexisted between the parties, and of late which was incorporated since contrary. Danjrer and sufferinsr lurk in torneys, and after their testtsaoay was Brame has repeatedly threatened to the passage of the Hewitt law, under kill Wooten. So when the latter saw which the old banks claim exemp- the pathway of the Expectant concluded the state rested Its ease and Brame ride up to his store Thursday tions. The claim of this bank is that Mother, and should be avoided, defendant moved far a peramtory inafternoon, pistol In hand, he secured it should be allowed to come in under that she may reach the hour struction to the jury to ftrna far defendants, which motion was sustained. bis shotgun and opened fire upon him. the Hewitt exemption on the ground when the hope of her heart is to atxecBtloas te the various rulings ef This Brame returned as he fell from of uniformity of taxation. Several his horse wounded, when Woo ten other cases rest upon tho same point. be realized, in full vieor and the eeurt ware takaa, aad tha state wUl ask for aa apaeal strength. fired again, the contents of his gun The rasalt af the salt U a big vietery entering Brame's breast, inflicting Candidate far Clerk of Court ef Appeals. Fkakkfoht, Ky., Jan. 81. The race imr Maj. warnsaa his a'jeat. a wound from which he died In for the democratic nomination for who wera aeaaaed by a few minutes. "Wooten at one tha state heeaase came to this city and surrendered to clerk ef the Kentucky court of appeals so relaxes Srawa ef the sheriff. He was placed in jail to is now on. This is the only state elecsystem yacasaai aU Xarkar as auditor's agaat the e aer eaat. as the dellaqueat liaeasa yjBwMLyPSTJL. await his examining trial, which is set tion to be held in Kentucky during the prosentyear. The anaounccd canfor next Monday. Brame has dona natural nd fees aaalaetsA ter tha state by Barker. didates are Robert L. Greene, deputy necessary.. much detective work for the railroads, Stasia)iaeaaeater Zlaa. eafir change and several yaars since served a term clerk la tha afflce under Clerk Adams; AuevftTA, Ky., Jaa. 19. Meaday 2Usv vUl a.KkCC In the Tennessee penitentiary for the Qua Richardson, ef Meade, and Saat heey t YTUJUes takes place aseaUsg, whea she w killing of Conductor Lemmon, of the Shaeklaford. There ara one or two Vail, wha waa raa 4a a by a C. s O. It out others who have not fully decided. railroad, irala Suuay evealag. waa hrevight te StUNa Qosi ETaa. hks wife refssst to she Caraelt Tartar Pleads Xet Gnlltr. ..Headache, thts dty, breeght to her let IiOUISVILLX, Ky., Jan. Jl. A special he heaae, he Fisaxkfoist, Ky., Jan. 83. The trial iHerrous or eaase she fU4 te gaia e f Charles Taylor, charged with the frosa leiddlesboro. Ky., says that T. Gloomy B. Garnatt, calorad, charged with asMBsiao vaaers Ball bad ea his parses. Nellie Stepp, besourder of Torebodint whea he was hilled. Hall is the sev gan Thursday afternoon. Taylor en- saulting and DBurderiag Miss Polly Feltaer in Leslie county, was acquit- and at the tryine hour makes atnth person raa dewa and killed by tered a plea af not guilty, notwithted by the examining court of Hyden. Child-birt- h standing his former alleged confession. easy, as so many hap- Engineer Clemeats, every eae of the Several witnesses were examined. Immediately after Garnett was arrest- py mothers have experienced. ead aeeideata being naavoidable xui rf a recent with Taylor seemed to be very nervous. ed a mob of 600 men gathered and he " superstitiousdate. Theis:question engipersons Is the The trial will be concluded Friday. would have been lynched had not the Hothine: but "Hotner' Friend neer hoodooed? During the trial Thursday afternoon sheriff sworn in 100 resolute man, who does this. Don't be deceived. "Mother's Friska1 It the f restest remedy aver the BROTHERS HIT the crowd became so dense that Judge defendedMiss prisoner. There Is no at on the msrkeLaad all ay eaitomeri praise it Feltner's assailant. Can trill was twice forced to clear the clew to highly . W.H.Kisa A Co., Yf klVswrUM. Tax. St If sailer's Ballets aad Oae af Taesa Is e, It is Thought by Many trSBELIS i dfgjg1gggfli pa ajgj i .T.iri rrsr?n rsSr-- . .... .asaaeie... eor-i- J BBr-- u aaa raroi in pjiw a s tik iv m II I w - , . a rriiHi. rtirii I I , rt-ii- tn I . 1 raroi snn-- a i r: Pine. 897 NEW YBAR. OUR L,IINE OF l!iiis m "Mother's Friend" that the wit -- ad Bar-he- r, ex-Qo- v. Honey will stop Sis defa-saela- lfS fjtLJi FURNITU EAP!xiw JLV Is how complete with all the LATEST STYLES, CH I . - LiK. sra W esii and rvM jrl-e.. cylre sr aanl npos rieslpt cf 27-2- frHJffl --n IS fffl S onl Forget Ve have the Largest and Nicest Line eyer brought to the City. Our Diners nre ol ROCKERS o comfortable yon regret leaving Ihe table. Our Fniull Kockcr- - keep the children quiet all day. Suites make happy home?. Our Bed-rooOur Spiings and Mattresses cause you to po home early-- . Beds will not hurt you. Our Our Foldintr Couches afford the greatest pleasure. Our "Wire Cots don't fail to see. Our Secretaries and Book-case- s are great variety. Our Side boards all new and handsome, s will just finish yoar Our IJat-rack- kr all drDstJiM VBBa..suTBsi.ai sir. rABBCAB, G sc sod tl per bonis y aaaiciiiBeet, r Vast Hake a Report. Franktobt, Ky., Jan, 22. The grand jury of this county returned two indictments Thursday against the Louisville Water Co. for failing to make a report to the state auditor as required by law. The fine for such an offence is $1,030 in each case and 850 per day so long as tho report !s withheld from the auditor. torneys for the state are evidently preparing for an appeal of the case against Karkcr, in which Norman and they uere &o quickly beaten in the Hrown came circuit court, here, took dinner with Gor. Bradley and for the balance of the day was engaged with Cob Jacobs, of Danville, and the attorney general in tho prosecution of the bill of exceptions. Jailer UTatta Hard Luck. FramiKOHt, Ky.. Jan. 25 Some time ago the court of appeals decided that there was no authority of law for the Louisville jailer supplying the ollirr county offices with fires, lights, janitor, etc., and collecting for same from the state. It now appears that Jailer Watts has been going on in the oid way, and will bo out whatever expense he has incurred in that direction. rirr at ilnaselllll. CL'ftSKLi.vii.t.K. Ky., Jan. 25. Three brick business houses were destroyed by fire here early Sunday morning. The loss is estimated at with half that amount about of insurance. '1 he men doing business in the houves were I. C Andrews, druggist; Charles Lynch, grocer: John-so- u & .Mansfield, butchers, and Charlie Johnson, barber. Kx-Uo- Take an Appeal. Fkankkotit, Ky., Jan. 25. The 11 111 at- two-stor- y Covington-- , Spilman Kails. Ky., Jan. 25. Jas. Spil-magrocer on Pike street, Covington, n, assigned Saturday morning to the Covington Trust Co. His assets and liabilities are not known. Spilman is the of the German national bank, having been succeeded by Jas. C Ernst- - Causes, dull trade and poor collections. Lexington. Ky . Jan. 25. Will Hill, aged 25, was stabbed in the abdomen afternoon tl the Leland hotel 20. An ice pick by Frank Fisher, aged na& the weapon used. Fisher threw it at Hill. The latter was taken heme and wnl die. Hoth were colored bell boys at the Leland. Fisher was ar- rv&ted. Stabbed With an lea Pick. Croathwait, a young real estate broker and a son of Perry Crosthwait, the well known republican, has been appointed auditor's agent to succeed Ally M. Harrison. Mr. Crosthwait'a territory is Lexington aad Fayette county. lias ForsAkrn Sarlrtv. Lexington--, Ky., Jan. 25. A letter received here states that Mr. Stewart Chambers, a former Lexington boy and who has many friends and relatives in the lilne Grass region, has forsaken society and joined the Order of Jesuits in New York city. Appointed Auditor's Jlcsnt. Lfjcinotox, Ky., Jan. 25. Samuel II. fSs ette county board of supervisors has increased the assessment of Lexington property S2S0.425. The amount assessed br the board on whiskies in bond in this city and county is $60,000. daughter of John Sandlin, of Breathitt county, was scalded to death by falling into a barrel of hot water. Explosion In a Mine Injures Three. Chliil c!dfd to Death. AsnLAN'D, Ky., Jan 25. A LrxivoTO.v, Ky., Inresa.ri Assessment. Jan. 25. The Fay- little Crock-ettsvill- e, Washington, Ind , Jan. 25. While firing a blast in the coal mines at Montgomery, seven miles east of here, Andrew Gates and John Mount, miners, were probably fatally burned by the explosion of a keg of powder that was standing near. Another miner, a Frenchman, was fatally injured by falling slate. Tie was nearly mashed through. Hr ron IC Klllott to Try llescb. Tkrre Haute, Ind., Jon. 25. The attorneys in the Beach case have agreed on Judge Byron K. Elliott as a special judge. Judge Piety being ineligible through former connection with the case. Beach was indicted for embezzlement on the ground that he revived deposits in the Prarie City bank ctcr it was Insolvent. afeuVaTSWaw T?fiLa e Aaa ajej a, aaa wzist etefeS IV CS A 'a! r u.isr baT FELIXTS.m oolk r W i- - s3r V The LittleGiantCathartic. Mild Senrcbln-nnl tMcninnt bnt Effect. In an J These tittle ews Antl-Bilio- " relicts," or llioroncb Granules Cure Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Poor Appetite, And all deranmaeots cf the Liver, Stomach ud Bowels Of all druggists Sic: Headache, ONCE USED ALWAYS IN FAVOR. YOUSQ SPIRITS, rcburt strength, follow rood health. Sat all fail when the vijrcrons body and Sreftireni debility and loss of' aviaiv power result from bid nihlta us. U.cted by tie young through ignorance af their ruinous Low spirits, melancholia, impaired oexaorv. aHM.. w.u.ww in 1.-1..- I liiliautc tritsl nnvt, sra Vrnntii lae" P odmlad .reenlt from each pernicious prac. aces. All taese are jiemaaeaur cured, by improved asethods uo the patient leavinr hoaa. A ook of ises aares sd?1 lUortrated, written ia tSrHIVor Jf tare TtUym,,UliS P? -- B"57ep sfsvsweTasTa,sBe" It; ;u! - -- J" 4 riXHTlLL, Ky., Jan. St. News Sent by Hall.on receipt of priee.St.M rfH BSTTLE. READY TO - reached here Friday evening that Book "To Expectant llotkers' mailed free, Dan Farler, for the murder of Deputy tslninc vslosble lnfonastioa sad voluntary Jake Heasley shet and killed Lee testimonials. United States Marshal Bird was con- TKK Gross, aad wounded Wm. Gross, la BRAOnCLD FtEQULATOR Ca..ATLAaTala. Tha cluded Wednesday morning. Leslie couaty, Friday. eoLO ar all aauaaiST. Lee Gross aad his brether Tf llliata, prisoners were held over to the United States court without bail. They will was reside about eae mile froas Hens-ley- 's Our factory on Laurel Street ii Our etok conpits of ton much to mention each item and all that is necessary, is for ou be taken to Louisville Thursday mornhome, went te Hensley's te play ia now ruiiiiiiitf, and wo are ti Kive us a call, and we can furuibh you anything you may wish for. ing if they are not lynched Wednesday DYNAMITE eards. They geasbled, uatil Lee aad prepared to till orders for twist of the night. Feeling is running very high Kay be Osed Willlaia lost their pocket ehaage aad br Telltale Sakters la became indebted te ltensley. Netlss Olvea. The Duel Stcrx Cetrue. Elil-JA quaTrel ensued, aad Lee atteaatsd "Priis tt aitsBH.," Complete. l Ky., Jas. S4. It seems CrsimASA, Ky., Jan. 22. The reOur DYCUSBURG, KY., draw ported duel to the death between John that a visit of the Vara pike raiders is to pulledhis revelver. Hensley lastant-l- y Coder Guard Because of a Bnmorsa imminent in this oounty. frora his pocket a Dairy and Ben Dryman, on investigaCounty "B. 14, 6." Threat to Durn the Fleas. Judge Burnsida received a missive and fired, killing Lee Instantly. The tion provee to be false. The persons Padccaii, Ky., Jan. 2L lhe town Tuesday postmarked Bryantsville, aad brother, William, was getting away as named In the article are not known in of Dycusburg, SO miles below tho city, tnrLrurrui n n n n rtinnrtnruxriririrtn.- v-.irirnjvinnjijiiiinariruvjruirururinnri uiiuiriru the county. The county officials who, was under guard Wednesday night be- signed "Haiders,'' informing him that fast as he could. Hensley fired at hint ti J !,. and brought him to the ground, but he in their official capacity, would know cause of a rumored threat to burn the the turnpike question was not moving at once sprang to his feet and escaped, with the swiftness they would desire, of any such occurrence, hare not heard place. Saturday night 50 masked men slightly wounded. Hensley fled to the and of it. called at tho country home of Rer. ure, that ho would be held, ia a meas- woods and has not yet Veen arrested. Brand", three xradc. We can Me you t responsible. Co. Iadlcted. i?end una tii-- order; yon will Newliarcr mouey Wm. Fox, a Baptist minister, and ornnruxTLrt ruijvruxrt uiruuiri; nrurrinr rLnjuuutuxiuuu nnnnnn JTiiJiiiruiriririxuTnruTJxrLari- The missivo further stated that if Le x'rtd with our iirodui-tsLouisville, Ky., Jan. 22. The grand dered him to come out. Instead ho PRESIDENT M'KNIQHT jileased to hear Iroiu country merjury Thursday afternoon returned an j imped out of the back window and the matter was not pushed along at a F0HNIT0RE AND MORTICIANS. livelier rate that they had lots of dyna- Charjad With Coasplrlns; te Wrsek the chants. indictment against L. Kewburger & fled to a dense forest. The mob fired irarai) Oermanla Safety Vault and Trntt Ca. Co., who failed some time ago. The on him several times but he escaped mite with which to assist the progress. VJhltc Ross, Louisville, Ky., Jan. 28. Yice Presiindictment was held up, however. The unhurt. Mr. Fox was charged with The question of free turnpikes was voted on in this couuty over two dent John Shatton, of the German's 05,003 in bank, firm claimed to have HlCIIWOND, K 4- 9raying too much attention to and the amount of $15,000 was revealed laarried women, and Saturday after- years ago and carried by a majority of Safety Vault and Trust Co., charges President J. M. UcKnight, who is also the gates after an examination. noon several prominent citizens of Dy- over 00 votes, but as president of tha suspended German naBRIDSEFORD'S cusburg ordered him to leavo town. have not been thrown open. New rostmasters in Kentucky. i Should any attempt at vTblence be tional bank with ooaspiring to wreck Washington, Jan. 22. Among post- He refused to go and Saturday night made it would in all probability ba the trust company, and says Mr. masters appointed Thursday were the raid followed. It was reported met with determined resistance. RANGE. .1 V" i 5 It is UcKnight is alone responsible for that members of Mr. Fox's congrega-t.o- n rumored that certain turnpike direct- the appointment of a receiver. the following for Kentucky: E. yZ4P e 'vjfiseaal 7v-"c Blaz-- ; R, Parker, Butonville; A, were going to burn the town of ors seb tiibm! also received notice from the raid- - Mr. Shatton alleges that Mr. Moore, Brush Branch; J. Cockrell, Dycusburg in retaliation for the mintried to have himself appointed examine: them: Camargo; J. McFarland, Gimlet; K. ister's treatment. A meeting of the receiver, but found a law against such purchase 'ihem1 HE PAYS THE town trustees was called Wednesday DISARMED AT THE DOOR. Owen, Hunt; Madeline Carter, Sauls-bura move. Charles F. Taylor was apmorning and guards were employed to Xfovel Procodnre to Prevent the Beieas pointed eleven minutes after the appliNow oa sale, We are watch the place Wednesday night. Sp'ckert Taken to the Asylum. of Murderer Keace. cation was made. Suit was brought Ky., Jan. 23. A. J. JaCKBOX, Ky., Jan. Louisville, 20. Tuesday Friday to have the receivership set to show you a L:e KA Speckcrt, president of the defunct Ger United States Commissioner Marchutu aside. . . . YOU PAY FOR THS . . German A man American Title Co., and who was began taking evidence in the cases of Friday night Mr. McKnight said he flSJSl! ol White Goods at very lev has discovered a new nervous dis- Jacob Ncace and Dan Farler, charged had prepared a statement in regard to arrested on the charge of obtaining - ease Americanitis. means that with It money by false pretenses, as ThursDeputy his arrest as president of the German of tho murder prices for good qnality. Our day morning tacn to Lakeland asy- the American is twice as smart as the Unitod States Marshal William A. national bank, which he real te the lum, he having been declared insane. European. Bird. Three eye witnesses were ex- directors. His lawyers advised hint te aim is to sell you gooil mateamined who testified to having sees withhold It from the public, but ha NO. 5 SECOMD STREET. LoalKllle Vt-- Co. Indicted. Wldotr Demands 810,000. Neacc shoot Bird before the latter said he would be prepared to talk SatKy., Jan. 22. The grand ' Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 19. Mrs. drew his piitoL Tha avldenca is so urday night. RIGHLiOr.D. KY. Pl.one.Ko. 3. rial cheap. We have tiie jury here returned Thursday two in- dictments against the Louisville Wa- - i Monroe Padgct, whose husband wai strong that the federal authorities will MADE MARSHAL prettiest line in the city. ter Co. for failing to make reports to burned to death in the little building continue to guard the jail mors closely used as a jail in the town of Farmers. than ever Tuesday night to prevent Deteellve Drake, Wke Caplare Xereaae the state auditor, as required by the OOmr lllsd Murderers, Takes the corporation laws. The penalty in each Rowan county, where he had been the prisoners from being rescued by NEW YORK placed on a charge of being drunk their friends. In order to prevent a Murdered Man's Pleas. case is a fine of $1,000. LaXixsTOX, Ky., Jan. 23. -- Detective Christmas eve last, has brought suit rescue Tuesday every man who entered K EDITION. ilunter-Ithr- a Contest. against the municipal authorities oi the courtroom was disarmed by tha George Drake, who arrested the murBowling Gkeen, Ky , Jan. 22. Evitown for 310,000. She alleged deputy marshals, six of whom are now derers of Deputy United States Marthat 18 Paxes a Week. 156 Papers a Year. dence was taken here Thursday in the negligence of the officers. The In DHESS GOODS, FRENCH FLANNELS, TABLE shal Bird, who was killed by town on the grounds. eeeBQeeaa. Ilunter-Rhe- a contest. The deposition marshal, who was lu Breathitt oounty last week, also jailer, was among- "weelcly' paper in It standi flnt Tr. Was. II. Keears Used. of Courrty Clerk Ben F. Gardner conIt will SOLO IF! LIKENS, BLANEETS aad COMFORTS. to fly the country to escape sixe, frequency of publication and freshness, Lexixotojt, Ky., Jan. 20. Dr. Wrs. was Friday appointed deputy marshaly sumed nearly all the morning. Ills forced whose'tar-ritorthe vengeance ot the infuriated public II. Rogers died Tnesday, aged SO years. in place of the daaal Beer, variety and reliability ot contents. It U practievidence was damaging to Rhea. pay you to buy now. RiCHOND. cally a daily at the lor price of a weekly; and he will take. This consists af after Padget's death, and has not yet He waa a graduate of the Philadelphia Farmers Sapplr Casapear JTalls. its TJt list of subscribers, extending- to srery returned. Srcsthitt, Wolf, Knott, Perry aad LesMedical college, was assistant physi-ela- n Ottentox. ICy., Jan. 22. Tha FarState and Territory In the Union and foreign Grass Ulsma.aac'eBieut Caarrea. at tha Eastern Keatucky Lunatle lie aaaatiea. Drake was foriaerly dap-at- y mers Supply Co., incorporated, a dry countries, will Touch for the accuracy and fair- atarahal, hat resigaed ttre years Fkaskfoht, Ky., Jan. 19. State In- asyluaa for maay years, serving under goods, slothing and general merchanness of it news columns. are. spector and Examiner Lester has pre- the administrations of Superintenddise concern, assigned to VT. J. JohnIt is splendidly illustrated and among its Drake will qualify Monday before pared a report which he will submit to ents Whitney, Chenaalt and others, stone, jr., Ihursday. The liabilities Gov. Bradley recommending special features are a fine humor page, tha re- fle afterward went to Claeinnati, Commlsslener Marcusa at Jacksoa. market reports, all the latent fashions are JU.vOO; assets, t$,000. moval of Dr. Ben Letcher as superin- where ha was eonnected with tha for women and a long series ot stories by the yvhtteeapa lTlrec aa SPreaa Aaaaath. ekelbrvllle-- New Cfcareh, tendent of the Westera asylum, Later he waa assistant phygrestet tiring- American aad English authors. AnAlariLLa, Ky., Jaa. IS. A gaag In price. Don't miss this oppertnuily SXELBrviLLi, Ky., Jan. 22. A new H0M. C Y. eALDWfM, A report will ba ntads to COKa JSBOUa H. JjSOMK, DOTLC, M. is about to ba tha sinking fond commissioners by the sician at the Aaehorage Insane asylum, of whltecapa fcrata Price's Mill were church, south, StaKLXT WjTl, Aaehorage, Ky., and during tho UalT E. WlLII'13, to get good warm vrap at half price. ereoted in this city from plans ef a same official asking the removal af at few years had been a practitioner fired aa frem exabush Thursday while Hanra, last Attbot Uors, they were en rouke ta Black Jack, ol Parkersburg, W. Vn., RecomCincinnati architect The contract TVardcn Happy, of the Eddyvilla peni- hers. Usaedbx Etc. Tenn., to punish some Negroes susas been awarded. The old church is tentiary. Both of these institutions, EsSSaa We oUcr this nncqualed newspaper and THE Oet VS.OOa far Xacfc. pected of theft. J. L. Cona, the sea e( Wrights Celery mends mow being torn down. CLIMAX together oae year for ft.TJ. The rcg- it is alleged, ara grossly mismanaged, Fraukfort. Ky., Jan. SO. In the farmer, and some serious charges are Bade Unltad States court Tuesday afternoon a wealthy rest of was instantly killed slsr euhscription price cf the two psqers is Child Scalded te Death. Capsules. and the the regulators reSJ.03. 2. A against both of the officials named. HorxrssviLLE, Ky., Jan. In a verdict for 0 the jury brought treated. 1-d child of Thomas Hollo-welElectric Light for Liaeaster. damages against the Chesapeake Ac 0 LouisvrLLa, Ky., Jaa 23. Friday of Cobb station, was scalded to Lancaster, Ky., Jan. 19. At a Ohio railroad company, being 83.000 a'ternooa George Dunning, colored Parker.obui'g, W. Va., YIAR eath Thursday by a boiler of hot meeting of the elty council Monday apiece for killing tho two Steele broth- rode ta BXPIXISMOS. All Winter Goid- - at flreailv lieflured Pnco- Franklia aad, going to the January 2G, 11)05. water being overturned upon it by eight it was decided to light the city ers ia Clark county aarly last year. sheriff, said he had killed Coaa ia self U XI by electricity, provided satisfactory The two man were crossing tha track defouse. He was removed to Bowling TTfa WmoiiT Med. Co., 10. A comoould be made. in a buggy at a tnrnpike crossing near Green te prevcat his being lyaehe;L licet Lellltre, toJan. XarchGdv. Columbus, Ohio A eSaC0aWa)eeeaer9aaSe-S3er9CS9fia33TSO3-22. mittee was appointed to consult with Colby's station, when they ware struck Duaning said the mob bad called at Feaxkfout, Ky m Bradley is reported to have said that local electricians as to the best system by the fast Washington express and his a smi and after treating him roughGentlemen. I hare been nsiog aveeevevveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeeeea., naV aeeaeeeeeeeaaeaeaaeaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaa sSf es eeeee vvv wvw B1eiwvv vvsrerete ateresej he would call an extra session of the to adept, relative cost, etc , prelimin- hot killed. Taeir administrator elV avtaeeeaaeeeieaaeeaaaaae,ejeaeeaaeieaaeeeee vaaeter we)B)f.ajwr ly ordered him away aad fired on tha WrihtV Celery Capsules since NovemTRABK tslARKS, legislature after March i, to meet by ary to advertising for bias for a plant. brought suit for SiO.OOO damages, with building. to be a n comber, 1894. and tiiul them BiaiOHe, .aiO aeea.. March S to 10. Franchise was also asked for the estab- the above result. I first beuan taking them mended. COPYaiQHTS ate. m Bradley O Stars Big- Beward. Oe lishment of a local telephone exAireaa seaUac a sxsiss sna sserltlon bst aeSS Acquitted ef Harder. Joe Rrau Oeea.. Saeekers Prabably lasaaie. ' Lbxixotov, Ky., Jaa. 23. Gov.Braa-le- y while at Hot Springs. Atk, under treatan tBTsntlon Is emlsklrassarialB. free, change. Lancaster will soon ba on , aeeO ASaVAjiCEBiicno, Ky., Jan. 22. Joe RyLovisvii.i.a-Ky., Jan. 2d. A. J. rosatilr aatentable. CestaianlsallnES strlstlr Friday posted a rewari ef 81, 0M ment for Kheamstism, Liver and eoalsaatlal. Ollsst aeeaer forsearlas patsau 8eea.. ad equal footing with neighboring cities. Spuckert, president of the an, who killed Jerry Shaw at Valna for tha arrest sau cenvictlea of the Stomach trouble. Constipation whi:h I at Astsrlaa. We ssrs a Washlnrtoa oBh. COS rales ke taxaa tsressa Xana A Ce. leeelTa SOsa.. Old Soldier Killed r a Trale. n ley, this county, last fall, was acquitTitle Co., which of Themes Godfrey, whe e3 Just opened on Secon tl Augusta. Ky., Jaa. It. William went down recantly owing f209.Ov9, murderers ia his salooa ia this elty oa had been a long sufferer. I found the easail aeMee la tke ted Thursday morning in the Lewis Sees.. was killed SIIEXTIFiG JiMElICAM, aeeO Ball, an old soldier, was killed by and with assets amounting to practicCelery Captules gave ine .reat relief circuit court. 0ese.. BulIS. Judge tha alght ef January -- aeed larxest at the stand train No. 3, near Foster. Ky., on the ally nothing, was arraigned in tha lock has asked the fiscal ceart to offer from the beginning and have used them VMattfallr lllattratea.weekly, tarais aLU) a yasjOf OCea.. US air seieaus Joaraal. Altgeld. Beaptloa to r. Sees.. C. ic O., at 5:25 p. m. He was partially sijliliea aa4(t ssentks. fseelnsa eoilescnd liXMO svus. Chicago, Jan. 22. A reception will deaf. Iiis son, aged 10, was with him erin inal division of the federal court an additional 500,aad Mayor Simrall ever since. With pleasure, and unsoseal nee. Adorst ...acr ly occupied by T. Tuesday morning on the charge ot ob- will recommead to the council that licited, I recommend them to any and MUNM A CO., Oaee.. be given at the Tremont house Saturto get aad off asa S61 Breaawar. Hew Terk. Altgeld to celebrate his track,tried could not his fatherThe the taining money on false pretenses. Ha this city also add to the reward. day to S9ee.. all xuffering ailh like afflictions or either Chenault. AH goods redo so. but was held to answer. Judge Noble ex.ascft from Springfield and he is takreturn eee... of them. Very truly yours. 9:33 Monmains were brought here -ins4 tt ing up his residence in this city. It day morning for buriaL atHis family pressed the belief thata Speckert is THE MARIITS. tie-- . and sold as low-- as ...09 sane, and Wednesday lunacy inquest eaa IMrit dee. Cihri.es T Caldwhil. ffse -- aS30 will be a public nonpolitical affair. ea.. resides here. Wanted-- An Idea ef soaie slsspla e)ese.. will be held. ...ess lie niarkoS for Ciacuaatn. Jex. M. RUV V? ssaocsoDaaeat Sold by T. S. Hagan, Drnzeist. Price Itev. Harwell's Family Interested. rtOTJB Tf'ater pa east. tinSitV 4s tsasv, ...c0 OSa.. Mr. Hryan Spoke In Folios. rroiMt year Uses; sar may krlas yoa waalts. Will Not lie Iteuovad. caO JOhk WKUDlaabia Richmond, Ind., Jan. 22. There Psat UUOiM: setaonr.UeeTaAtv: extra, II 3 50c enls and $1.00 per box. Call at drug- Write VTasalcctoa, O. tut A CO81.9U prUe o2? Sees.. CASLi. Fultox, Ky., Jan. 19. William Jenlialr Fbaxkfout, Ky., Jan. 20. State In- IS law exssc. t2.4&alTs: SBTiSf KtHUM C. ksTSatlsas ray of hope that nings Bryan spent an hour in Fulton seems to be a small -- asCfl wtsirL aad Utl ef iwe Ass dreg store and get free sample. Sees.. As iaaUlr. Kiee) (tUiir.tlHOi -- aJSQ Rev. J. IL Harwell will soon get out Monday, lie was en route to New spector Lester says he has never told ria1 alCTMIMesI Oeee. ,aelstiel llH.mi lilW III Otteasatagt J If to asa adea. of the county jail and into a better Orleans from Chicago. A blr crowd or intimated theany ona that he would ( rsi assises si tHltta ffsHT-i-.s aeea.. recommend removal of Warden Balis ssr Xa I ceo. Vises. Ma -- .090 A telejrram wes received from place. gOae. congregated abont the depot. In re- Happy at the -- 139 Coax ssises. his brother in Georgia, saying that he sponse to numerous calls for a epeech Superintendent Eddyvllle prison or of Reoslpis DjIUsss rales si previa -- .Sf sr UxalUo. but saaatus arc satsta Letcher at the will be here soon, and it is believed Mr. Bryan responded. He shook hands -- est) Sees.. asylum. Ho says he has in- ler tic LuquUr ...6t5 eeea.. that he will remove the unfortunate with everyone and bid them adieu. Osxs asU ef I cars Na. I Bsusa.ussk. lie -- assd vestigated tha Institutions and find I cars rejected do st 17c eee.. minister to a private sanitarium. -- CS39 Oeee. We have no books that thoy are not harmoniously manCurfew at Lexington. Hoes leltat butoasrs. u.tfQLe-- . tsir ta ..aoja ejOsa.. fief used to Cusrat Tucker. aged, and will make somo suggestions gocd paoktrs. ttU$ita. toil te ccd Usat. 19. Mayor Leiixotox, Ky., W Lo,i Viulltr. Karrous Basllltf . latcuaU. Xllla3 ''"r&r ewr ssd til Stoa- eWASHINGTON, Jan. 2i Ily a vote of Simrall will publicly Jan. -.looking to the Improvement of tha fcUOtiJS. coamoB sad rsuias, U.TMKI. eee.. announce Tuescan therefore sen at k Vy K?Tisa- Wsstlcc U.iujsi sod ill31. U8!l IcsajaSaaaeaisaalCXiKrcs. Vskasa tA3lXj au& eur fcr JUr JX .aesO 119 to Cattljc Pstr ta gaol tblppaes. UfLQi.i the house has refused to unecceties. f ir . tr Sees., ae33 sese ot the lisst oa sal. ea4 ta ahelce aae jiusa aisaisiae uy as. seat Tucker (dcm.), from the Tenth day that if the council will pass a cur- management. aaiaa ..as3 Lowest nce3 for Cashfew ordinance he will sign it and enMan Asslgaa. butchers. UUfttBJ: Isir W isssiasa kstsk-rMorehead district of Virginia, in favor of Jacob Seee.. .SS3 tlUQS 1: ttaau. UtSQtM iS-So-ld -force it. by "W. U. White, DrujrKest, "Ricliniond, Ky. MOBEnsAD, Ky., Jan. 30. Stephnm M. Yost. a' aj ee.. SassPAKO ascsB aid 3 All goods fresh fromVOSr 7, Bishop, furniture aad dry goods mer IT: good to LtMBt Ucjgtta.Sstrss. U.e3& l See.. -- 30 Army Appropriation I1IU la tba Senate. ohela. saasaes le IUn Over a G n. eee.. chant, and also a large owner -- 39 ee.. CrxTniANA, Ky., Jan. 2L A duel Wasuinotox, Jan. 19. The army ap- estate in this place, made an of roal tatr, ltU34Ti Lambs BesI lo sksUs. UU - the city and a new xV, &T 4SJassignsoatno tc tilr. UsaAlti ee.. -- s9 occurred in the lower end of this counsaO propriation bill was taken up, Mr. Vial Calyss rlr lo8dUl..IlJ.tes Tuesday. Aasets about SiO.dOO ...aae ty between two young men over Miss Quay being in charge of it. The bill mentliabilities about sa.OOU. The prinztra. Ji.7. sb Urrt. U supply received daily - Vy v aes9 and eee.. Wooi. Uswaibtil fist nsrUa. Jennie Hillery, who is in her teens. as reported to the senate appropriates cipal creditors are buildiug and loan JUs psr ...oiS Oeee.lb. qu.mr-bl3- l ..aeau sloialss. u)iis: lasfltun, She had been receiving the attentions S23.129.344, or S3, 000 more than the associations and Cincinnati UL.T a$eea.wholesale JtUlcs sal sUlUar. eeeO tnli. II ales: Oeee.. fcWjpapWglsfefejyfj of John Dairy, aged 20, and Ben S. house bill, (this item being an increase firms. Dull times and slow collections Bsdlata oeaaloi. U&UAm. Wsassl: ea -- area rise Oeee.. Dryman, about 25 years of age. They of the appropriation for the signal tha cause. Judge J. (5. Whltt. as sjerlue.XtoXX. IIVI: ...sA Ceea.. ..too eee.. uavu. lasjssiaalts. U fought in the presence of tho young service. -- a09 signee. eae.. lb. Q.Uartr-b.- e lea. Ulis. scatssse a4 aasO The Xotal is 8135.55S leas than the lady and each fell mortally wounded. ee. jesrts. llBUe: -- ae9 caalse. Trainer Fields Bass. eee... total for the current fiscal year. There Nsw Yost. Jsa at. . Street Kail road to be Sold. n ;; Ky.. Jan. 20 The Lexixotov, asi"-was no discussion, anl tho WaiaT Msy StHeSSa-July. See. Frankfokt, Ky , Jan. 2L Judge passed with no other delay bill was traluer of thoroughbreds, Wesl . sr. aeee)e,a,aeeeee)aaaeeaeeseaae)aaeJ''B) V J): ,Na t. sssesea-- .' than that ley Fields, has brought suit against 3. ae Barr Wednesday morning appointed " Oats Westsro. XX2s: Xsy. tallje. o mm m 9 required for its reading rapidly by the T. 9 9a Noble Lindsay a special commissioner Hayden, of Union City, Teun.. for v CaiCAOJ. Jaa n al9ei9v90w'U.lfftit.9ftt.l-9ff.Wt"l-clerk. to sell the Capital Street railway at T8H. ICsy, JOKc Ju'.JV S450, and has had Hnydcn's horses atthe upset price of $12,000. George B. Last of Three Friends to Commit Sale'.de. tached. Fields campaigned the horses axe. September. 7!c. Ounx January, it. May, He-- , July. MHt; Toledo, 0., Jan. 19. Ben Davis, who in the name ot the Equitable stable Harper was appointed receiver of tho Septcrabtr. ItXe. killed his wife and then committed i road. It recently suspended opera; May, iTije: July, OtrJaaaarr. suicide at Tabard Inn, in Rugby, Tenn., ' iSg a Prclnc the Curffw I.nw. tions. Cincinnati and New York credPirrssuxaH Jsa t on last Saturday, was an old Toledo Lejkoton, Ky-.- Jan. 20. Mayor J. CATII.S Prime. M.TSOtMitors are the principal losers. cod. H.IO boy. He was here about six years ago, B. Simrall is preparing a communica163. tidr. 4 fatr. Kentucky I. M's. Kentucky. in as head bartender at the Boody house, ' tion to the general council urging the RSSaJTi: raerj. I604 titlftl t). stars sn 0J. kails, , Washixotox, Jan. 2L The followand he is the last of the trio adoption of the Curfew law. Recent- ;ot. kiODiliO; frisk sows Sl4 cyrlafsrs, ing postmasters were appointed in which worked here during those days. ly a number of burglaries L j S7Z-.have been K05U p'gs, JtTCJ3.T: beet mislluss Kentucky Wednesday: Bay Fork, Charley White and Julius Camp were Bg'm) oeoooa-ak- 9 in J prlne Ugbt Warren county, S. P. Hardcastle; her at that time, and both have sines committed by small boys. JtI. coasmca to tatr li.tJhlit. Lssry, ilstsstts. icsias. UU Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Lalsllie Uoiel atai Asslfas. Chaumont, Edmonson county, 8. L. committed suicide. Successor to Collies & Foi, ftHO. Louisville, Ky., Jan. . li. II. McClure; Malonoton, Greenup county, SUeaP-Pr- lc. UUilkt seed tfCt-faHaUs and Entrance aro Marble and Tiling of the Piuest Quality. aterm In Mlsklgaa. proprietor of tUs Phuenlx hotel I.lr. Sl.aU3tta. culls aniieaiuia. RaftlsA W. Wamok; U 33- Richmond, Jacksox, Uieh., Jan. 19. The wind at 70T to TiS West Market street. Tues- iboiec lambs, sitSLlft ceassea ta aceaV i Floors Senator Qoabel stole 2000 Tarda o! Brilliant. Hew Velvet Carpet Adorn Ur.Ttet lfc Haehne's tzsszzss filed deeds Vascebubs, Ky., Jan. 2L Senator blew off the roof ofwera also brewery. day afternoon and liabilities of assignVSAL CAaVSS M Mflf eft leveled. ment. Assets - - - 0P ara about PARLORS AND UPPER JHLL. - Was. Goebel, of Covington, who is here Trees and fences The reports from Marquette, Mich., 15,000 each. John Doyle, one of the oldest residents 1b soma Important railroad cases, was says: The really severe storm of of Campbell Count v, died Wednesday Offices and Dining Room Beautifully Decortsd and Bril quite sick Wednesday afternoon. He the season first aVteaeea etleaef Sa elrlpae. U sweeping this portion of is unable to leave his room, and his the Lake Saperior district. In tea CaXjiT, Ky., Jaa. fa. John Scott, Night Hantly Uahted. cases bad to be passed until Thurshours nearly two feet of enow has a plaaeer af Hsvrrlsoa county, died ABVASCE. day. fallen, and the temperature has drop-- 1 Tuesday afternoon of la grippe, aged Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in tho South, rate o Tke Jaoksoa and Walllnc- Case. pea 83 degrees. 16 yaars. Fkaxkfobt, Ky., Jan. 21. The Jack-so- b Charges Considered reaaeTuead la a CornCeld. Xtekard W. Brast far Saaater. aad Walling petitions for Jsj. Z GaSATZtST JTkw Baltimoee, O., Jan. IS. FreEk sa n iV?. xm MM ?n ti SCQVCHV OP Fsaksfobt, Ky., Jan. 35. Tha are expected to be overruled DB. SS8T Aiii rmfi tmt a-m tu 41 rur. -, f Hob Richard P. Ernst-havwa ACn Friday. That day seems to bare been L. Kiederhold, aged 72, a farmer, friends mora active H. ii aad SSV C (INJZCTIC5H.1 dropped dead while working in a corn- become ia his iateroat la by the court of appeals to aWAit I ef SJJ4.1 neanai eaae Curss Ultoi dors. Imx- wttl;4 " field Monday morning, The eause is tha raee iter senator. Erask waa enHare BeerfExpended in This Eecent Improvement. iizf la ofeot; sict tc eor. rec&er .t. Jrotsioz. (Opposite Glyadonl) - supposed to be apoplexy. tered abtHit three weeks age aa a eoaa- aaaiUTa ifr79UTe. uaa ce assae" aatae. LaaUsaJ coo. A Baaalver Appolated. earslM UTeei at erosalsla ae art 'data. Ha ia rl...A& Be alwanasklornr.Kasi' fteegrtfi st ae Louisvnijrc, Ky., Jaa. 21. Judge A TZSKXASLX Baltimore Phvskiaa re- - nnasrl reaarmral reasala Xeeteeteaajkjrial. vlcsnlatssa ska asm'tre a.a ...,- - Country Produce Bought ant, reetjet el af WadaW-- l yaf troofi appointed ,eUlS-l.ft- . fan eec aarter tafae. waes WMblartC XrTtar uarta it ah a4a.W Wm Kmm at Vt- - Va.V " Tos7 F. sat eat esriveeeljM ex laaMnr. CfeewkM ke Ceul-.Xase- ; lop reeeirer ef the. Ger- c Sold. Highest 0jwh Market ?y .oil" - . npMima Jr., he will ZZ, t JZF' siie liliiyjMltiMTrarto, ' The ""r;'--"-- " H if Peil IMM iKlOr'ai fa , ...1 easeesT ia aaas. aaa) h ,. .Price assasfaa aaseaa ew eaw,e V MfBetfW M Wi Awri Te- -t t r V 'T?i I a -Is f -. e- Lexisotoji, Ky., Jan. 21. At Jack son, Ky., the trial of Jacob Neaoe and Held WUhnat Bali. Dead. fe SUPPLY T IJirfo-nion- d Ksa-tae- ar ao-air-- II d 0 am Undertaking Department is Always "M all - UCHANAN AND KIGGERSTAF r ,- -j- . Hspo-ciitl- ly yt ECONOMIST Cas-sit- y, Mc-Knig- ht .?&AAttlJl&liWgfM.91T1 SsP & U----a-- J ffikffit W ill IHrfTrrtf M ai o"V.0 tZfxrSTrzS I 3fe---j- And Embroideries y. FREIGHT. DRINKS. t.9TH8" resj bc-anlif- molf.-kye- d doctor-profess- i r I Owij-qsvill- e, WOED, THniCB-A-WEE- ;Barg ainsT Ms Week asooa-shine- rs m& - - s san-Hnrlu- mi m Jackets and Caves MB . .STever So Cheap j Hop-klnsvill- c. - . 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