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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, WHAT IS A DEMOCRAT. We wish to caution all users of Simmons Lever Regulator on a subject of the deepest interest and importance to their health perhaps their lives. The sole proprietors acd makers of Simmons Liver Regulator learn that customers are often deceived by buying and taking some medicine of a similar appearance or taste, believing it to be Simmons Liver Regulator. We warn you that unless the word Regulator is on i he package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or ever has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything cajled Simmons Liver Regulator, bet J H Zeilin& Co., and no medicine made by anyone else is the same. 0We alone can pet it up, and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do net help you as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have been in the habit of using a medicine which ycu supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like it, and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and aL who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache, Dyspepsia, and all disorders arising from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. J. H. ZEILIX & CO. Take WARNING. The failures ol National banks and Cuildiug and lxan Associations, as oc- -' W. E. Mason will succeed John M. ca&ionally reported, are not always by Palmer iu the U. S. Senate) from Illidishonest officiiile, but frequently occur nois. As one is about as good a Repubfrom a failure to tcalize on loans, which lican as the other the exchange is unproves that money is too high and proimportant. ducts are too low. late campaign showed that it wis time he was laid on the cooling board. i I. SJOB WORK i nnPFFiiiiY FYPniiTPni ,j NUMBEB 35, L89T. UE0. W. KILEY Of Shelbyville, Highest of all in Leavening Strength. It is a cold day when John D. White isn't running for something. He has now shied bis castor into the rintr for cir cuit judge believing that he will fill a Ions felt want as a jurist. We hope be will get there, if for no other reason than to disappoint some meaner Republican. Gov. Bradley has announced verv Btrikingly that when be is sure he's right he cannot be Beared or cajoled into doing wrong. It is Jan. 2G and the extra cession of the Legislature has not been called. Meanwhile the heathen rage and Hunter imagines a vain thing, but thev will all find William O'Connell Bradley is governor and does not pro pose to be run by anything or anybody but the law as ho Eees it in his own con science- " Simmons Liver Regulator. COLUMN. PROFESSIONAL Senator Teller cives it as bis expert opinion that McKinley could not have named a more incompetent Secretary of State than John Sherman will make. And Teller ought to know; he has been cheek by jowl with him in the House of Lords long enoncb. MIS M LD Lyman J. Gage, ED GOLDEN, National Bank of president of the First Chicaco, will accept .4A'Z The Republican party was 41 years old Wednesday and the anniversary was celebrated at Pittsburg, where it first saw the light. The incubation was by Salmon P. Chase and Deacou White, of the Pittsburg Gazette, who held a private conference in the Mrnongahela House and decided to call a National convention, which Was done and the conyen- tion met at Pittsburg, Feb. 22, of the same year. Thesole object of thefound-er- s was to prevent the further extension of slavery and to take the place of the whig party, which went to pieces in 1852, after its nominee for presidency, Gen. AVinfield Scott, only carried two Southern States. John C. Fremont was nominated for president and W. L. Dayton for vice president by the Pittsburg convention and the ticket received 1,275,-00- 0 votes. Lincoln was the next nominee of the new party and was elected. Since then the party has been in power, save during the two terms of Cleveland, and it has practically been in power for a year or more of his expiring term. It has long since out lived its usefulness, but is held together by greed and by the corruption of voters with money fried out of millionaires, trusts and other combines, which thrive by its protection. Baking Rcft&l Powder assa AB&OMJTE&Y PURE RIGHT TRACK. GETTING ON The Richmond State, soon after the election, sent letters to a number of they were Democrats. THE STENOGRAPHER TYPEWRITER. Richmond, &Ojfic' adjoining A .R- - Kentucky. Burnain't. the trea6iiry portfolio in McKinley's cabinet if tendered him, eays a dispatch. Of course he will. And there are dead loads of others in the same fix. In London there is an insurance company which insures bank accounts against failure- - With li.inl-- hnrstino tn the right of us and banks bursting to the left of us, 6uch an institution would do a laud office business in the U S. now. PERSONAL. Thomas Robinson and wife, of Owings-villwill celebrate the 71st anniversary of their marriage this week. The husband is 92 and the wife 87. Both are remarkably well preserved. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wood, of Dallas. Texas, passed through Lexington over the ;C & ), on their way to Washington City and New York Mrs. Wood is a sister of Mr. Wm Dowell Oldham, of this city. Upon their return Mrs. Wood will stop in Lexington to visit Mr. and Mrs. Oldham, and will also visit Mrs. B. M. Herndon, of Georgetown Lexington Herald. Gen. P. Watt Hardin spent Tuesday night with Mr. P. P. Parrish. Gen". Hardin has lor several weeks been engaged iu soliciting subscriptions to stock for the new Democratic daily to be launched at Louisville March 1st. He reports great success in the work and that the new paper will certainly be a go and that too with a backing that will insure its success.- - Midway Clipper. The first meeting of the "Economical Club" at the home of Mrs. J. M. Alver-6o- n last Saturday afternoon was a complete success in ever' particular, and greatly enjoyed by the following ladies: Mesdames W. P- - Walton, J. S. Owsley, Jr., W. H. Shanks, Wm. Severance, Joseph Severance, Jr., W. A. Tribble, J. S. Hocker, J. W. Baughman, J. H. Baughman.J S.Rice. An excellent repast was served, and after an enjoyable hour or two in social recreatious the club adjourned to bold their next meeting with Mrs. J. W. Baughman. Stanford Commercial. It was current in local music circles last week that aw, the phenomenal vocalist, recently burst a blood vessel while endeavoring to reach high E and died upon the stage. A telegram from Richard B. Yaw, of New York, a brother of Miss Ellen Beach Yaw, denies positively the singer's death. When last heard from Miss Yaw was on a concert tour in California arid is reported to be in excellent health. The startling report of her death originated in a false rumor. There are, I'll bet you, a greater number of lady bicyclists in Richmond than any town in the State, population taken into consideration. They whiz through Main and all other streets, bloomerless, at a John R. Gentry or Nancy Hanks 2:00 minute gait, riding with as much ease and grace as is possible under such trying conditions and positions. The college boys are a social, intelligent set, but if dressed in bathing suits and put into a pool of water up to their necks, each of them would be taken for a girl, as they part their hair right square in the middle and wear a few frizzes that are just ''too utterly too too," through which the smoke of cigarettes aud the wind blow, but they are all right. Stanford Journal, Joe Wateas. An interesting photograph has recently been taken in Washingtou of Mrs. Cleveland and the wives of the Caoinet officers. It will be a memento of Mrs. Cleveland's last year as "first lady of the land." Mies Isabella Johnstone (lately of Richmond, Ky.) W3S the artist, and the picture was taken in her studio. MiK. Cleveland was the central figure. At her right was Mrs. Onley, with Miss Heibert just beyond. Mrs. Carlisle, Mrs. Harmon and Mrs. Wilson were at Mrs Cleveland's left. Mrs. Lamout, Jlrs. Francis and Miss Morion stood at the back. Tiro ladies all wore the gowns in which they appeared at the New Year's reception at the White House. After the group had been taken Mrs. Cleveland posed for a portrait of herself uloue, the first she has had taken in Washington since 1S94. e, ATTOaiTETS. nURNAM C P. BUK.N1M. W. 8. XOBEBLET. & MOBERLEY. ATTOKXETt-AT-Lx- RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. recently occu-p.e- d 0 Offi'-- e in Burnim Building, bj A. R. Barnam. J. .- -. STTXjXjrr-T- . A TTO BNE Y- - AT-L- A W, M KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Ofli e over Tavlor'u Hardware store, op-poMte Court House, on Main Street. II. I). HOGG. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Iiuiivosn, Office No. 13 Firbt St. unfortunate for the cause of law and order that when the Kentucky courts occasionally get a move on them selves, they do so on some poor Negro, without friends and without money. The Negio, Charles Taylor, whose cite was railroaded through to a sentence of death, in 10 days after he committed his horrible crime, deserves summary and condign punishment, but the example would have been a great deal more salutatory bad some while scoundrel, with money and fiiends at his back, been brought to face death as quickly for his misdeeds, as the Frankfort brute. is It The Louisville Post, which has done so much bolting of Democratic tickets in the last two years (bat a gnat many Democrats in the State have ab'iut con cluded that it has but little Democracy left in it. came out in its issue last Satur day in a strong appeal for Democratic harmony, in the coming countvand city contests that the State may be saved. The Post draws the following striking but true picture of the disaster that has followed so quickly the advent of Republican rule in Kentucky: The experiment of selecting a Republican Governor has been tried, and with disastrous results. The whole tone of the public service has been distinctly lowered. Never has there been such a greed for office; never has as many signally unfit men been persistent in their demands for public position. 'As an executive officer Governor Bradley has been a distinct failure. When he has decided on thc'right thing he has adopted the wrong method. He has bad the woods full of enemies to punish, and the highway full of friends, to reward. Friendship has counted for more than efficiency, and the result is a I demoralized public service. "Our finanres ate in a discreditable condition. Our schools are disorganized, our people are deeply satisfied." The Post ends its article with the following appeal lor harmony. FUNNY BITS. 10 51 6 46 Lv Duvail . "The Evening Post pleads for har- tions for dates which they cannot Lv Stamping Ground 10 58 6 53 fill because he is "booked up," no 11 08 7 04 Lv fcwiUer mony on State affairs, not that we may 11 16 7 11 Curiously worded advertisements, Lv laichorn save the party, but that we may save dates open. 11 22 7 17 Lv Summit.which are unintentionally funny are very ArfrankfortA 11 30 1 7 25 the State. Let us compromise our The people of Richmond have a SUNDAY TRAINS. grievances and subordinate our differ- treat in store on Monday, February common. Here are a few samples: WEST. "A lady wants to sell her piano, as she ences, and get together on State and 15th, when he will lecture here. Lea e Georgetown C. S. is going abroad in a strong irou frame." Leai e Georgetown K. M.depot, depot local issues, leaving time to determine SAM JOKES' WITTY SAYINGS. Arrive Frankfort the future course oi both parties on the pitty a married man who lias "Wanted, experienced nurse for bottled EAST. "I silver question." We nre pleased to note this change of heart in the Post and can only hope that the Democrats who followed The Post's lead out of the party will be as prompt to follow its lead back to the Democratic ranks. The strange thing about this whole matter is, why The Post was not able to foresee the evil results that would be tfre necessiry concomitants of Republican rule, and for that reason endeavor to avoid rather than to secure Republican domination in the State. Just such motives as are now prompting The Post to plead for a united Democracy, prompted The Democrat to advocate the election of Hardin foi Governor and Bryan for President when it could not aud did not approve their views on all questions. The Democrat knew that there was no wider difference between Cleveland'and Bryan on the currency question, than there was between Cleveland and Randall on the tariff question only a few years ago, and that the Democratic patty would survive the former difference as it had the latter, and we knew then what The Post baa learned now that ''there are State and local questions pressing for consideration on all men who love Kentucky," and "that the cause of good government calls for the union of Democrats in the State and local campaigns." The Democratic Committee of this county, prompted by a liberal spirit in its call for a primary, adopted a rule w hich will allow all Democrats to participate in the selection of the party nominees and it is to be hoped that they will select those who will serve the county most efficiently, and that when they arc selected a united Democracy will guarantee their election. The ina- ioritv of the candidates who, in this county, are asking nominations at the handr" of Democrats, were candidates for the piaces they seek, before William J. Bryan was mentioned as a Presiden tial possibility, aud before the county conventions were held to send delegates to Chicago. Before the Chicago con vention no man ever questioned the Democracy of a single one of these candidates, aud they are just the same kind of Democrats now that theywcro then. If their Democracy was pure then it is pure now, and if they were worthy of the support of all Democrats theu they deserve it now, and wo respectfully commend the to prayerful consideration of such of our fellow citizens as are disposed to believe their is some alloy in the Democracy of those who seek to be our nominees the article in The Post above referred to, and earnestly ask them to accept the sound advice therein given. Winchester Democrat T0BCCC0 SOLD. prominent Democrats asking them why Among the an- sweis is one from W. J. Bryan, who eav: "In broad sense a Democracy is a government in which the people rule and a Democrat is one who believes in such a government. In a party sense, Democracy is defined by the Chicago platform, and the person who supports SAM JONES COMING. the party and its platform can call himself a Democrat. The platform was en cor almost twelve months parties have been endeavoring to " secure tirely saiisiaciory to me. in my judgeSain. P. Jones to deliver a humorous ment it applied Democratic principles to present lecture in Richmond, but he has right conditions. If a minority has' a to give a partv definition of Demobeen booked ahead and not a date cracy, then there may be as many deficould bo secured. At last, however, ho has ono open date, Monday, Feb- nitions of Democracy as there are perruary 15th, when he will lecture in sons who desire to wear the name." Richard P. Bland, of Missouri, says: this city at the Court House and evOnly direct line between "A Democrat is one who'supports the erybody in the county should hear CIHCINMTI & FRANKFORT. him as it may be the last opportu- platform and votes for the nominees of Shortest and quickest between the Democratic party. lam a Democrat nity. because that party in its platform of Ridimond, Frankfort,Georgetown SParis Rev. Sam Jones is one of the most remarkable men this century has principles as announced from time to Ky. Midland Schedule produced. He is unique, ho stands time, and especially at the lust national Ask for Tickets via. ol Trains. convention at Chicago, comes nearermy alone as one of a class, he occupies a In effect Noi ember 10. 1893. sphere not occupied by any other; idea a of Government of the people, by A. M. P. m.;p. M.) me peopre ana ior me people, than any he has thousands of imitators but No. 1 No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. other political organization now existnone approach the original. For Lv Irankfort A S 5 4 00 1 00 fourteen years he lias interested the ing." 1 10 7 02 4 07 Lv Summit. Gov. Stone, of Missouri, says he be- Lv Elkhorn 708 4 13 1 2) people and bad power over American 7 16 4 21 I 32 lieves in the Chicago platform, and that LvSwitzer thorn which no ordinary man posLv Stamping Ground 7 27 i 32 1 43 Democracy means a party that stamk Lv Duvail 733 4 33 1 53 sesses. No evangelist has enjoyed 7 33 4 43 Lv J Dhnson 2 05 7 45 450 2 15 greater sway over the people and for these principles. Others are not en- Ar Georgetown) ArC.S. Depot - B 750 4 55 2 S) titled to recognition. thousands date the hour of their 4 58 3 00 Lv C. S. Depot ) 785 George Fred Williams, of Boston, says Lv ewtown 8 08 5 06 3 20 conversion from "Sam Jones' MeetS IS Lv Center ille 5 14 4 05 8 20 5 18 4 10 ing." Ho has enemies, to be sure; the policy laid down at Chicago consti- Lv Elizabeth C 8 30 5 28 4 25 Ar Paris tutes Democracy. they curse him, then go and hear 5 35 ArPjrisJunrtion Senator Morgan, of Alabama, says he A. 1. f. Jl. r. JA. A. Al him speak, and laugh with his believes in the teachings of Washington friends. TrtAINS WEST. No.2. No. 4. No.10 No.8. As a platform speaker he ranks and Jefferson and their great issociatps Lv Paris"! C 9 55 5 U 4 35 4 50 10 05 8 CO among the best, the Southern Ly- 'and is therefore, a Democrat. Demo Lv Elizabeth 13 03 8 04 5 14 Lv Centerville 10 17 6 12 5 30 ceum Bureau, of Louisville, which cracy, he affirms, is an adherance to the Lv 'ewtown 10 27 6 22 5 45 Ar C. S. Depot ) manages his lecture business, always Constitution. LvC.S. Depot . B 10 35 6 30 10 40 6 31 7 45 Lv Georgetown ) has on hands from 50 to 100 applica7 55 10 45 6 40 Lv John-ion.- . . . TO Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wrrghs Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I hare purchased a' box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. L. Toung and Old. Middelton. druggist, and used them for Rejoice with ns Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they cave me im-- ; In the DlscQTerj, mediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Your very truly, Whtn a man has luffered for years 9 with a weaknem that blights hU life and Geo. W. Riley. 1 he Asber Lumber Company, of Ford, robi him of all that really make life is building a new gasoline boat to be worth living, if he avail himself of a used in towing logs from the river into WEAK MEM HU5 ViQOBBUS. complete cure, why not poesthe moral courage to stop his downward course. the.r mill chute. We will send yon by mail, AUSOLUTE-L- T FREE, in plain package, the An aged woman died from the cold at DR. nilfFSAN'S VITAL HKS- Lexington, Mo T0RAT1VK TABLRTS. with a legal guar-ntee- to a Tfil Former State Auditor Norman and former Auditor's Agent Barker won the case against them at Frankfort on peremptory instructions. Louisville Times. TIih suit grew out of Brown s hatred for Auditor Norman, and Governor Bradley's deMre to bhow up De nocratic rascality. Up to the present time, although the Republicans have "seen the books," not a dollar has been stolen since Dick Tate looted the Treasury. Carlisle Mercury. Ky., Recommends We Send it FREEr WEAK MEN, )1 Kentucky Midland R'y m PEFFER'S mm) ?are. ina tnivertti''. v-r- WW WQP 1MT VJCSrV i"rr, r'm. vvm. wa m permanently cure K, LOST MAX-HOO- D, SKLF-ABIIS- Cart.Vrrrcuiwi, 'm;tct.cy. Mfktlr JTmW. . !. ?ith-x. aieai-7r nenrfoifr I It act cowrrfcllr nd flnloMj-- . Caret Mi ' XIWIT itter fi.l. Tonr en Kfala lci Mnx"t. e'.i drains. jonthful lor. Aktalvterr All rfrttm bus Don t let ilro! yillri.r.nl,. JCrFER JtEBlCAX. oold by Richmond White. 4 oniumpMO" lmpoBmorih!fitt!tni nc VSEFEIt'i Pr ! a b cirrltd la vtt oeUt. prpM uta for wrf. f, rr box. cr for Br witk 4. K..tlV tfc. is ralllRsat .If Wrdi off lntaaltr t ? ir.wer !,?.. ... .. V.tlav v e- Vitality, .. - k?Ia, JUtHt-JT- - , tr,rai tlMa, Returns to former appearances emaciated organs. No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe dceptin. If we could not cure, we would not send onr medicine FREE to try, and pay when Mtislied. Write aa this may not appear again. Addrea to-da-y, SEXUAL WEAK-NESVARICOCELE, STOPS forever EMISSIONS and all nnnatural :$ r fc !! 111 Western leucine 24-- 23 Ciajaiy, Drug Co. nd W. G. lICHrORUI). Kalaaaiit, lick. i! a!i Wanted- -n x& rrotel iTr litu: lilt t two nr Idea r r!mj 55 tm wMitk. mm UtbUcm niM. 1. R. N. & B. R. R Time Table Ko. 27, Taking Effect Sunday, November 8, 1S96-1 ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. tAST BOUND. y.,,, . , y.3. No.,, George Thorpe, Street, between Main and NichoIaiTill Tllty Water, rear of Dillingham building, MilUo YU Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kind of blacksmithing promptly in the leat Richmond Unioa. workmanlike manner. 7 Uoberly 8-- Xx Sua Ex Su A. Ex Sub ExSmm Trmlm io 2j 11 W 43 K. r 8 05 8 20 8 40 8 55 9 05 I 15 ,i ,j i 11 11 1 11 JO H. 6 43 7 35 AM. IO jj A. K s ,- ;jl It, I 30 i ,1 ao 13 b ,' ,,' i H L. & N. E, E. K. C. DIVISION. Ik LV. A. M. FaaoU IrTtaa Brwflalrt is a j o ujopa la jo 1 1 3 (3 ao 17 43 ..- - ... ,u a i5 r. m. 10 36 10 40 11 30 4 0C 4 50 4 55 Wa. a. Xx SuiIi hi r. a. Ha. Ima AHT P. M. a. np stairs. 31-3- 0 GRANT E. LILLY, A TTORNEY-A little girl being charged with vanity because she was fond of looking at her self in a mirror said "No, I am not vain. I don't think I'm half as pretty hs I am." A Rkiisiom), - T LA W, Kentucky. n nothing but a canary bird to pet; I believe in large families." "I was born a Democrat, raised a Democrat and remained a Democrat as long as I thought that a Christian gentleman could stay in the party. You Republicans needn't giggle; thank God, I never did belong to your gang." "The Populists are good people. They may go to heaven- - eome day, but they'll never go to Wasington." "I believe a woman has a right to be everything she wants to be, except the father of p, family." Sam Jones lectures in Richmond Monday night, February 15th. CHAIRMAN P. P. JOHNSON ISSUES A CIRCULAR LETTER. baby." "Furnished apartments suitable for Lea"e Frankfort Leav e Georgetown K. M. depot Arrive Georgetown C. S. depot jan27-ly ErFECT Maech 1, 1896. gentlemen with folding-doors.- " "Lost a collie dog by a man on Saturday answering to Jim with a brass collar round his neck and a muzzle." "Wanted by a respectable girl, hrr passage to New York, willing to take care of children and a good sailor." "Respectable widow wants washing for Tuesday." "For sale a pianoforte, the property of a musician with carved leg-.- " '"Mr. Brown, a furrier, begs to announce that he will make up g wns, capes, etc., for ladies out of their own CD.BEQCAW Gen. Pass. Agt., Frankfort. Ky. (Express for Cincinnati, m- fans, Mavsvil'e. 6.25 P. M. 2.05 1.10 11.43 A. M. cbester and You Get Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying rect from the manufacturer. di- the Profits mail. Cincinnati. Faris, Mays-ville. Winch ester and Lexington mail. Livingston, London, Jel-lic- Lexington 7.33 PanoU BraM6.1d Mobeily Union... Richmoad ... Ulllioa Yalta? Viaar XicbotaiTilla Taraaillav., I ifa , jj a B) 3 ,4 a. m Sa.J. a.ia Xx Sia Kx Saa r. m. a. . S 4 4 j Am i y i ,1 . t f a aj 34 aa a i7 11 5 j ij ,, ,. 3 Jo (4a ca 3 30 jj j jj j 4 4 43 ad to s 1.05 a.i. r. a. I r.n. I jj a. k. tj ST Pinerille. Fast line for Livingston, London.Jellico.Knoxville Fast line for Cincinnati, 1255 x. n. 319 p JI. 319 rans. Rowland, Lancaster and 1.25 Stanford. 10:10 mclirster. P. M. 11.43 batwaea LaauTiUa ai Tr ul!i dilf. Trains betvaaa Ciicmsati aid SichoIaiTiU daUr. AU traiai caancct with Soutaara Railway 10 and from LeaijTilIa, and with tha C. if. O. A T. P. to and from Cincinaatu Yon caa ipd-fi- t houraia LobitU!, aboat six haursia CiaciaaatSer la hour is amd rctura ta Richiaoad at 1:307. m. Trint m if skin." It was considered quite a iunny affair when Mrs. Cates scalded C. Foreman, an objectionable lover of her daughter, but Ofllce S. V. corner and Second the matter has taken a decidedly serious streets up sUirs. Will practice in all the courts of Madison and adjoining turn. Foreman is thought to be dying and Mrs. Cates is in jail in default of ountius and Court of Appeals. bail. At this rate the scalding of young men who persist in calling ou girlb J. C. & D. M. CHENAULT, against their parents, will, will not beATTORNEYS AT LAW, come popular. Kentucky. Richmond, A few idiotic papers following the lead s of the New York Journal are publishing Otnce on Second street, over grocery. in each issue, dropping off one each time "only 40 more days of Cleveland." This is certainly notbiug to exult about. The meanest Democrat is better than the M-ii- Chen-anlt'- GREEN CLAY A TTORXEY--A ----T-L-A W. best Republican. Ridimond, Kentucky. 13 Collections solicited. PZTSirSASS. DR. II. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON. Kentucky. Richmond OtSce im rjiere seems to be a general defire of b'jih factions of the Democratic party to get together in this connty to nominate and elect competent and worthy men for count v offices. There should be no crimination or recrimination, but concessions :i!l aruun I for the public good. Street, the Joe .liBlituMtn, iS and oer W'nue .eld dructore. o Sec-on- a 7- - CIIAS. HOOKER, ETERIXAHY SURGEON, Graduate GtUariv Veterinary CotJgr, I The sad. sad rumor is wafted on the breizcs that McKinley has determined that there 6hall be a new deal all around this time and that no person who held i(Hce under the last Republican administration will be considered this time. This is pretty tough if true and it ought to be true if it isn't. Pity 'tis that this is true: There is Yctermary Dentittry and Sterility Specialty. but one way for the Democratic ty in Office up tir oer Sew York Store, corner Kentucky to expect to get control of lire Vla:D and rim ttreeti. Richmond 46- State abain: That way is to heal recent differences and restore harmony 1o the JI. C. M. divided ranks, and the prospect of a reMedicine and Snrsrcry. sult like this is not specially encouraging. Oflice Collins Huildinir, Mainiitreet. Georgetown Times. TVIcphon Ht resilience (the Carr place) oc p-r- JASPER, - - d: 12rouda. RicnuoxD, - - Kentucky DR. O. A. KEXNEDY, PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond, OSce id Smith Building, No. lUirt Office hours la to i xni ( Mvn Street, nj to 5 o'clock. A New York dispatch tells how Gov. Buckuer jollied Gov. Bushuell. of Ohio, ver the way the Democrats (?) helped the Republicans out in tie last election, as if that were anything to boast of. It beu'irib to look like the last end of this old man is worst than the first. al DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, The larruping that the Courier-Journis getting all around for its desertion KKNrbrKi of Democracy has at last touched a tenRichmond. der spot in its epidermis, and it "bellows like, a stuck calf in its e of the Telephone at office and residence. 14th. This is a good sign since it shows It has not lost a! f inideasof decency. F W. EVANS M. D., Inlerio Jirnil. This is nut me first time the C. J has Physician and Subgeon, been brought to terms by the country roosters. About twenty years ago in a Kentucky. Richmond, controversy between the country boys and the big city daily the latter was DR. T. J. TAYLOR, brought down from its "high horse" and Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, compelled to make fair weather with the Kentucky follows that fatten on baled bay. It will Richmond do it again. Carlisle Mercury. OQce ajiil residence ou Third rtlreeu i&-u- The Bourbon News: ,Acerlain Bourbon county farmer netted but $17 on h fourteen acre tobacco crop which he sold last week in Louisville. Another Bourbon farmer netted only 11 on a fourteen acre crop sold in Cincinnati." J. T. Palmer, of Richmond, formerly of this countv, was here Monday. As solicitor for tobacco warehouse in Louisville he has shipped about 700 hogsheads from Garrard aud Madison counties. He is a good workrr and always keeps up his end of th rope. Lancaster cor. Stanford Journal. Woodford county tobacco sold in Louisville the past week as follows: New leaf at $12.75, $10.50, $0.90, $7.80 to 57; new lugs, $.C0 to $4; new trash, $3.85 to 1.20. There is another movempnt on foot to reduce the acreage of tobacco in Woodford county this year, sajs the Sun. 'Squire S. II Shonse said Saturday that be would set only half as much hb last same year and others have raacle-thresolution. If this movement could be come general and every body would stick to the contract it would undoubt edly result in a better quality of tobacco and better prices but heretofore an announcement of a reduced ,acreage has resulted in a largely increased acreage. e DS2TCAL EUSGZST. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, Richmond, DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky Office building. Main Street. aouri, 9:00 to ta II.; 1:00 to 4 I. M. WFractice limited to dentistrr. Smith Owe "It is wholly unfair," says a Republican organ, ,to condemu'tbe executive authorities of Kentucky for not suppressing lawlessness." "Then why did the Bepublicans condemn the Democratic executive authorities of Kentucky for not suppressing lawlessness, and why did they ask that the Democrats be put out of power and the Republicans be put in on that score?" is the very pertinent It is often asked bow the city council inquiry of the Courier-Journa- l. Mays-vill- e could grant license after the people voBulletin. ted against saloons. Because of some The Q.-- J. is the wrong man to a6k why irregularity in calling the election, it the Democrats were put out aud the Rewas declared void and the drys were not publicans pnt in, since its influence was wide awake enough to see that ouly what did the "putting in" and "putting councilmen opposed to license were is a firs!.-claout." The Conrier-Journa- l elected. Eternal vigilance is the price Republican organ. Carlisle .Mer of all achievements. cury. "Bulldog for sale; will eat anything; very fond ot children." 'Wanted, a boy to be partly outside Chairman P P. Johnson, of the Demo- and partly behind the counter." cratic State Central and Executive Com"Lost near First street church, an ummittees, has issued the following circu- brella belonging to a gentleman with a lar letter: bent rib and a lono handle." "Lexington, Ky , January 25, 1897. "Widow in comfortable circumstances "To Democratic County axo LegiDistrict Committees: The res- wishes to marry two suns." slative To be disposed of, a mail phaeton, the olution passed by the Central Committee property of a gentleman with a movaindicated a custom as old as the party, but it was not promulgated as a rule or as ble head piece as good as new." an absolute standard to govern you iu The London "Public Opiuion" gives a your local affairs. Conditions are not exceptional and require different brief and incomplete notice of a few ol methods of treatmentiu different locali- the men in public life and service whom ties. You are expected to study the Queen Victoria ha outlived. Tnese are: 1. All members of the privy council situation and do what is wise and best to who were alive in 1S37. unify and strengthen the Democratic 2. All the peers who held their titleh party in your district. It is the privilege and responsibility of County Com- in 1S35, except the Earl of Damley, win mittees to do this, end you who achieve was ten, and Earl Nelsin, who wa the beat results consistent with the prin- fourteen years old at that time. 3. All the members wimjBJt in ciples and purposes oi our party will of Commons on her accession furnish the best indication of tl)3 line of throne, except Mr. Gladstone, Chir ought to be pursued by the action that Central and Executive Committees when Villier-- the present Duke of Northun tney meet to deal with matters pertain- berland, the Kirl of Mexborouh, ar. theEtrlof Mansfield and Joh.i Temp.. ing to state campaigns. I will be glad to advise with you as to Leader. 3. Her Majesty ha3 seen eleven lord questions about which you may be in chancellors, ten prime ministers, si to make your doubt, and will committees representative of the energy. speakers ol the Hou-e- - cf Commons a courage and intelligence of your people, least three bishopi of every see aud fivi but you must understand that you are or six of many sees, five archbishops o. responsible for the management of party York and five comm.indeH in chiefs. 5. She liaa seen five Dukes of Norf V.l affairs within your jurisdiction, and that is one of the most convincing succeed each other as earl3 mirahal, an. success has outlived evey duke aud ducl.es3 and evidences of merit. every mirqu'w and marchioness whr Respectfully, bore that rank inl837. P. P. Johnson, 6. She has outlived every member o' '"Chairman Democratic State Central the Jockey Club and every master ol and Executive Committees. foxhounds that flourished in 1S37. "P. S. Chairman will please have the 7. She has seen seventeen President-o- f foregoing communication read to their the United States, ten viceroys ol respective committees at the earliest op" Canada, fifteen viceroys in India, and P. P. J portunity. France successively ruled -- by one king Sheriff Mullins Settled. one emperor and six presidents of a W. G. Mullins, sheriff of Rockcaslle, republic has been suffering from the charge of There are more than 11,000 negro voshortage in his accounts, due to his late and probably not more settlement with Auditor Stone. But we ters in Louisville 5,000 straight Republicans, bat are glad to find him vindicated from the than publicans have had th. unjust accusation, and tiiat his "quietus" while the Et offices in Louisville for the last was not the last one iisued, as three principal single negro has received an slicrifia settled after he did. As a man's year, not a appointment. This has aroused the incharacter is the jewel of his soul wa negroes and they have should always be careful lest, in whisper- dignation of the held a mass meeting and nominated ing rumors, we rob another of his good men of their own race for all the offices name, as Shakespeare has Iago say: to be filled next year. Thev iutend to "Who steals my purse steals trash; Tis something, nothing; demand at least a division of the News. 'Twas mine, 'tis his, and has bsen slave to official pie. thousands: s WAWW d WA mz REMOVAL SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL. AND WINTER No better wheel made than the Acme Bicycle Built in our own factory by skilled workmen: using the best material and the most improved machinery. We havo no agents Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. WRITE FOR Clothing, Dry, Goods. AT THE Shoesj Boots, HATS and CLOAKS Lowest Sacrifice Ever Known. i far i n nt v1 fl'tsr interesting Offer Acmo Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad. jan27-6- m John E. McLean's Great Newspaper. Without a single exception, there is beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer ; or a more successful publisher than it:; proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. e prices for the Daily The Enquirer have been maintained, and itii circulation largely increased each year; hard times. and cheaper journals failing to arrest its onward march and high appreciation of the public fcr its true worth and merit The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at 50 cents a year, and its circulation increased by the addition of over 200,000 new subscribers; the most substantial and coveted testimonial a could desire. . When asked for the secret of such success, Mr. McLean frankly answers: The Enquirer has no opinions to force upon its patrons, it simply prints the fr.cts and telis the truth that the reader may form his own opinions. By niaintaining the price of the paper, more news,and greater variety can be furnished, and every class of business interests catered to, which a cheaper journal cannot afford. The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large, makes iU incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and en barpnse in minor matters as well as Close of greater magnitude. old-tim- We will move on or about January 15th to our New Quarters, lately occupied by Henry Klein & Son, next door to the Farmers Nntlonal Bank, which is now beiup: titled up for us. Wo will have tho best line of Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, Hnts, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Etc., ever brought to Richmond at price lower than any other house in the town. We will save you money. Don't fail to call on ns. H i.a r f novll- Hare rezcored to tie Men's Suits at $2.75, worth $10.00. Men's Overcoats at J2.75, worth JS.00. Roys' Suits at $1.00, worth $3.00. Suits 73c, worth Rovs' Knee-Pan- t "$1.C0. Men's Shoes 75c., worth $1.25. liadies' Shoes 75c., worth $1.25. Cloaks $2.50, worth $10.00. Calicoes 3cts. a yard. Outinp Flamben 3cts. a yard. Roys' Caps 5cts. Hose 4cts. pair. Kid Gloves 40cts. Don't forget the "place. jji m W YORK STORE, l'cv Lw J KcKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. Wallace.... Rice House, One door above their old stand, where they will welcome all of their Old Customers and as many uew ones as will take advantage of tho reduced price they aro ISSi But he who filches from me my good name Bobs me of that which not enriches niu, And makes ub poor indeed.' ' Attention, "Father" Galen While. 1 JEg? 3& TAKE THIS ivs!sy j nD Cvvx till lino MW makinp all through their CONSISTING OF" s3 Dr. J. W. Prowell of Scott county, has u sow which in September, 1894, farrowed ten pij;gs, all yf which were raised, and when killed averaged CC0 pounds, the three largest weighing respectively C50, G75 and 725 pounds. The last one was killed ouly a few days Mr. 11, J. White, of Whites Station, has a fat hog which now weighs over 800. and he killed one last year weighing 957. Necessary Steps Ycur Health la thw wordf, tak vr W rS L To Preserve )gf aj. fe rS ra jryiHi aMnvw J. C. Moaaajr. J. A. Yates. DENTISTS, MORGAN & YATES, Richmond. Omcs-Ma- - - Kentucky Bxnk. in Street. OTerMaditon National It is strange to eay, but true, that Mrs. Sarah A, Landram, widow of the late CROP ITEMS. Senator Hill received the empty honor 'Gen.;WV J. Landram, has never been of being nominated by the Democratic granted a. pension, although he was members of the New York Legislature, Bishop Hibler bought S4sheepat Mrs. 3 to but even that small favor was bestowed J. Monroe Leer's salej Thursday, John Lawrence Sullivas," the wbjrld'g jdeatUV' Pensions have been granted grudgingly-- , five Democrats refusing 3 cents. Jlclntyni & 3IcClintock greatest' slugger, has taken ther Bt9iJ&,t!wT1U0wa . Je6S meriionons men, waa vuiani BOiuier, quiuonen j)oint blank to vote for him. Fact of bought three jacks at 40 and 5brThe debtor's natli - "Brine M tiiBa.k7lWK-,''-u- " thRt favora flre banded around to the business is it ought not to have 700 acres of land were not sold, Urero be- j earned over 400000, jut feuiww. who are least deservinsr. Lancac- . been bestowed at all. Eiscourse.in the ing no bidders. Parib Reporter. less. t5wr interior purnaig, vr ior tha aAlng. -QUART BOTTLES, z T- . ro- m . - ... T. Imttla toi tike will mtu better 3telth. tad rrerr bottl cgMi . ... blood purifier ud general tr5jOitnr. cJSlUastiated bobk ol 36 page to toll ofgood, wild heaMi UferastfMhT. w,r foreapariHa , t CO., JobnstoTrs u Detwk, TKA. n.ijri ro. . SMrls, Neckwear, Underwear, Collars, Cuffs, Pag NK'l Umbrellas, i Rubbers of all kiads. pK JJS jfl Call and see them at their new place t tti one doior atoTO their old stand at the Farley House. jHw mE3!I Boots of all descnptioi, kk Caps, g jag " g v& .. k "" Donlt Miss The pice 2 I .m . WBJJAM5. -- DAVIS. BgOOttS 'i " ,.. vt immm tn nm im V .. il , BT 118 jlflBl . wSl Wallace & rariejrt Ola stana, .. gu Kran, . . Bic&sao&a, Ky. F?ice.' SI 1b nrv! -- mml J C1!! K. 1, ,, Sold by D. Z. &,T,3 lWln; "Z A - A v zi s J n ' S ; K'- - ijt1' 1 ' If-.- I. 4 -- f Tfi-- w - & .., v? - J 'Ir " Wi. iCV ' 2 ' f -- 7 - '"I3' mwm IgBBBWBBBWBBBBlBjB. -.- - J a Tx - S.v J - o - 1' f - . ' "Is ' u rr i - tuU.J MIMMCTMBSwiMwBSmSaBWMlBBW iff.. THE. ' - .'fiffiFil l&r - J4b!mje&&!& ftBP&tS&jsv BWftTiTTtilBHiBBSiaBnCTlBm ' jflBf IJtilJ bMbbH JSa X. SiaSSHk 3bMMbbbbbK6bbbbbbS 'iSiBBBHr EtaBB ' r'1f? I '8 -al i ' Kisv- - " i-'- . - - tS - h ' 4 B f !f r i ; t 4 - U t' .. .. ... . ..vx.'.j . . : . k - j. w . -. . . tr . i rr NAS r j ' M.n. ..wf J THE SILVER drew Carnegie expressed the belief aj JrA ' T. r5J Mr. P. L. Humo, of Irvine, was . . r . :'ji..iii.i. country is just entering a FUBUSHH) KVKKY WSTJXESBAY BI iNTEHESTIXa CHANGES. lujti mis People often wonder why their nerves are hero yesterday. poriod of genuine prosperity which go weak; why they got tired jjo easily; $& Thg Climax Printing Go. nothing can hold back. . Judge McCluro, of Mt. Vernon, was Send a postal to the Silver why they start at every sEght but hero yesterday on business. , Washington. D C, and reSo? Then why busteth 15,000 a sudden sound; why they do bot sleep Judge H. C. Iiilljj of Irvine, was year? Why snappeth the banks like naturally; why they navel frequent ceive a copy of their issue of Jannriry J. a CHENAULT, Proprietors and Editors. A. D. MILLER. ?t3 headaches, Indigestion and nervous here yestercjav. CABPETS, nm'rniRF WALLPAPERS. DRAPERIES. appears in an improved form daily? Nothing may j" C E. WOOD. Associate Editor. with a different inake-n- p and general apbe able to "hold back" your prosperMessrs. J. B. and D. M. Chenault pearance. A large amount of space is returned yesterday from Mt. Sterling. PUICK PER YEAR, $1.50. ity, Andy, but you known few of us Agricultural implements 12,920 .,. will hiivo the valuable privilege of Miss Mary Bennett is visiting Mrs. The explanation Is simple. It is found in devoted to Congressional and governIN ADVANCE, Agricultural implements... $1.25 2,920 . that impure blood which lit continmental news and mattprsofa national selling the Government rotten The readers of the Climax are Vehicles 42,140 Mary Jane.Warfield Clay at Lexingually feeding the nerves upon refuse character which every reformer in the ale of or-plate ' 10,070 ton. at fabulous prices. Gawd earnestly invited to peruse tho col- Sewing machines ..i. , , . WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1897 instead of the elements of strength and country hhould read. A large corps of Pianos pago'.to-da." t - 15,600 Mrs. H. C. Shipp, of Paris, is visitbless Carnegie for such brave words! umn on our first entitled vigor. In such condition opiate and 230 ,. 8,470' writers have been engaged to contribute Harrodsburg Sayings. Wonderfully Wise Paintings 59 "Walton's nerve compounds simply deiden and Libraries, . ing her sister, Mrs. W. D. Oldham, ADVEaTisnra rates. Words." In no wise is this an allit- Diamonds, 120 do not euro. Hood's Sarsnparilla feeds articles during the year 1S97, nniong 5,630 on Broadway. . .. .. Monday, 28, the nerves pure, rich, red blcod; gives whom are: Hon. Win. J. Bryan ; SenaAt Nicholasville, last court day. eration at the expense of truth for Watches J 55 H O O . 7,980 B tr k natural sleep, perfect digestion, is the tors Teller, Allen, Mr. Exall, of Winchester, was in the editor of the Democrat 'gathered every paragraph is tho product of a Jewelry, 510 ....... " o 5 Butler, Peffer, Petti-gretrue remedy for ail nervous troubles. j -- WE WILL PLACE ON 11,760 this city on Friday, the guest of Mr. S . S SA.LE ABOU- Tthis impression : ."O'J pen, pithy, pointed and powerful. Wines and whiskies. and Dubois; Repressnatives ; 2 SPACE. Sheep, 5,963. i 2 I 9.K0 James Dejarnett. "Othercandidates were amongst th The Stanford Interior-JournTowne Newlands, Bell and Jerry SimpH6,rs, 21,930 63.9T0 r : : : crowd, and the free silver question Mr. Thomas Gentry, of Estill son ; Wharton Barker, Esq., Wm P. St. is in truth a moulder of pub- Common cattle, 15,657 265,440 " : : : : ! : was the sole topic. Parties who lic opinion, and its editor, W. P. Common horses, 6,481. ; 159,760 county, is visiting his son.Hr. R, lx. John, Sir Morton Fiewen, aud many . 1,690 Gentry, on Second street. voted for Palmer and Buckner said Walton, is tho kind of man one can Common stallions, 25 . other famous and distinguished writers, 50 joo llnch. J xi coi3 50 Jjjj $yi Jix 00 1,884 55,840 toches. 75 to us that the Democratic County airord to rely upon in every emer- Mules, 172 3 50 7 00 both iu public and private life. An ar Miss Katie Blanton, enroute home . .. C.360 Jacks. 3 50 3 Inches. 3arked down to One-Hal- f 3 50 sw 1000 ijco of Committee ought to at least, invito gency, for ho adds to his wisdom Jennets, 2SQ , 4 Inches. 300 400 600 12 on 19 00 3,410 from Harrodsburg, is tho guests of tide by any one of these writers is well s 7 50 15 00 33 00 5 Inches. Is the One True Blood nirtfler. $1 per bottle. former Prices. 350 them hack. Those who wanted to justice, to justice courage, to courage Thoroughbred bulls, 4 70 Miss Sue 1 "o!WH 400 600 9001800370c Irvine, at Danville. li Col Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lo well, Mass. worth the price of subscription, which 490 V . 60a 9 00 13 00 7 00 40 00 come could then do so without being kindliness, and to it all a style that Thoroughbred cows, 15 . is SI for weeks. 8 00 ix ooj 17 7J 34 5 5 00 Air. Unas. lv. Oldham came over Thoroughbred stallions, e JfCoI 3S0 Cllre Liver 111; easy to denied the right to vote u if S and is the envy of the press. lCol.1 IOOQ XSOOI33 50 43 or 6000 The Silver aud the Thoroughbred geldings, 3 take, easy to ojrate. ?5c 100 from Mt. Sterling on Saturday and nOOCl Property held for others..... 200 was Climax one year focSl.70. f"Reading notices 10 cents a line for first Jn- - those who did not want to come back tf guest of Mr. W. D. Oldham. the would remain away from the polls. Kleinhans & Simonson, proprie- Miscellaneous. . 80,930 .. was the scene on Friday 11 ght last Obituaries, resotationii of rcpeet and similar mat Mrs. J. R. Davis and Mr. INoel Some of them were sick of their ac- tors of the Mammoth clothing and An unknown white man committed ter at half rates. No specified position. of another of the many brilliant .. 5,223,740 Davistof Campbellsville, aie visit tions and said they were buncoed, furnishing gopds store, Louisville, Total value lands. social events that havo mido that suicide near Pennington Gap, Va. 16ts 1,309,770 ing Mrs. A. M. "White, on theBarne' ANnOUNCtMENT- CANDIDATES and that McKinley, sound money tho largest clothing establishment in Total value etc... . . . . 738,100 Total cash, homo famous anion? society folks. Mill turnpike. and protection was a delusion and a the South, will retire from business Total personalty 1,130,110 The occasion was in honor cf Misses P W. MILLER, Courier-Journa- l, Miss Sallie Fish, so far, is the most snare. They were willing to embrace and sell out at once. Tho Miscellaneous lists 63,930 CIRCUIT JUDGr. ,u,.Ji, and Fannie I 249,850 popular young lady in tho voting Dollie McRoberts Times and Post still con- Colored lists Attorney-at-Lyis a candidate for re- Bryanf sm and stick to the nominees T. J. Scott This is rare opportunity for Hotels, . . . 384,530 contest at Nicholasville. Miss Dot Shanks, two very attractive young tinue to fight for the single gold Exemptions. Judpe of the Democratic party." Kentucky. election to the office of Circuit Richmond, ladies of Lincoln. "With the mercury Restaurants and Private Families to standard and a divided Democracy? in this (the 25th) Judicial District, Total subject to supervision . $8,468,060 Embry is a close second. Office in the Burnam Building next door to dancing a around zero, and Farmer's National BanV. subject to the action of the Demor-feb3-lSmarting under the lash of ridi- but when the .Mammoth's big adverMrs. E. P. Clark, nee Miss Winnie eight obtain Seautiiul Pictures at Low Prices. According to the Assessor's report cratic paaty. miles to drive to Maple-woocule and criticism heapeS upon the tisements are gone they will wonder there are 20 individuals in Richmond Maupin, of Lexington, visited her thirty-od- d friends braved tho mountaineers of Kentucky, the Mt. if the Boy Orator of the Platte wasn't who pay taxes on more than $20,000 father, Mr. Cal. Maupin, and family commonwealth's attorney. Inclement weather and were repaid ii? plair? ft4u"re5. a grand prophet when, last fall, Vernon Signal turns upon last Thursday and Friday. by one of tho most delightful enterBen. A. Crutoher directs the an- dors of sensational, 'news, the ven- standing in front of the Willard Ho- worth of property. They are: who so Mr. "Win. 0. Chenault and bride, nee tainments given this winter. Prof. Enough For all the Winter Evenings nouncement of himself as a candi. J. W. Bales, .. 20.900 to the office of often draw upon their imagination tel, he told tho listening thousands William Bonnet . . $27,910 . date for Miss Lucy Gilbert, are expected home Chandler and Miss Withers, of LexOar Display. ALMOST FREE. 28,380 Commonwealth's Attorney in this for news items especially when it that the election of McKinley would Thos. C. Bronston tomorrow from Hlackstock, S. C. where ington, won the prizes in a literary (the 25th) Judicial District, subject has reference to the mountains of plunge us yet deeper In the mire of James Bennett- -. 43,690 s swar-atowh topics, FIFTEEN cents in Elizabeth Bennett. , 27,570 they were married on Tuesday. to the action of the Democratic Kentucky contest. hard times. 208 5th Ave.. N. V.. CS V ' and its people. Curtis F. Burnam. , . .. . . . 43,760 party. stamps, anr one ot Miss Victoria Major and Mr. Isaac Daughters of the American Revo- tb folIoTiajr prize novels (TWO HUNDRED We are heartily tired of this abuse, J. W. Caperton . 27.830 s to their home lution from the two local chapters AND paces, regular price FIFTY Auditor Stone is said to favor K.B. Dillingham. says the Signal. Of course we have ...51,910 Thacker have returned ctsO; for FIFrY cents any FOUR : fcr ONE FOR JUDOE MADISON COUNTY COURT. the borrowing of $500,000 by the State Pat Grady. !7QQ . '. .. . : .. .. 21,410 at Lawrenceburg after a pleasant who will attend the Annual ConvenDOLLAR any TEN: for ONE DOLLAR AND some bad men, but . . 21,210 I hereby announce myself a candi- county or commupity showis us any and an Increase of the tax rate to not Ellen V. Gibson visit to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Blakeman. tion in Washington, D. C, on Wash- AUALFthcLole library c'SLXTEEN volumes. i I that clear of less than fifty cents. SALE OF A SOUL. By C M. S. Mc- Madison CounMrs. Wm. M. Irvine date for Judpre of the - . 33,150 Miss Esther Burnam lefryesterday ington's Birthday, should bear in of the them. Giva the mountains a small ty Court, subject to the action I. Shelby Irvine . 31,120 ... . Or TEE KING.. By A. S. Van The editor of the Carlisle Mercury, W. R. Letcher. . ... Vevrnm. Democratic party. .. .. 21,500 for Frankfort and is the guestof Miss mind that the Chesapeake and Ohio rest brothers and look after your Cosner illaia and Broadway, Leiingtos, Ky. MONTHS IN UADES. By Clarice L P. H. Sullivan. 29,0(0 Eazlerigg, by whom she was ten ... Ry. is the only line from Lexington toll gait raiders and other lawbreak- honest, able and fearless, who has J. B. McCreary- - , SKIKTS OF CHANCE. By Captain ,..,,. 49,710 made several vain attemps to get the T. S. Moberley's Adm'r dered last evening a large reception. and Central Kentucky with through Alfred Thompson. ers in a land than has so long been Moran Heirs, Adm'r , KENT Br Charles StotWayna 45,000 7ar7-- r TOR JAILEB. By Champion ECLIPSE UF VIRTUE. lauded to the skies as the greatest ear of tho public to make a sugges- W.B. Smith Mrs. George Todd, of Speedwell, train service to Washington without . ..." ,. . 22,410 ho sm vgRj. tion about the settlement of this T. J. Smith, Sr. b:.h. .. i '.'A change. The C. & O. h?s two limited C. Lackey is a 'candidate for on Gods earth and where every citi. 'James nNSlTAFAnLESIKEN Br John GillliL . 67,910 roturncd Friday from Ford, where V jl - N." ' m " "m i. r. - '. - 4., DREADFUL V. Oil AN By IHruM li. Jailer of Madisou counl v, subject G. B. Turley, Sr. . 22.920 she was called to tho bedside of her vestibuled trains each way daily and ' nne. zen is supposed to be a leader in question, emphatically says: By Gilmer IIcKen- action of the Democratic party. A DEAL IN DENVER. ... Under the Constitution the State Dudley Tribble - 30,360 son, Leo Todd, who is the time to and from Washington is church and Sunday School. Give us much dre. SATS GLADYS. By David Christio . .. , 25,210 of Kentucky cannot borrow another J. P. Tribble heirs A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer a reht. several hours quicker in each direcW. W. Watts. 20,690 By L. II. of Madison county, subject to the A VERY REMARKABLE GIRL. dollar without a vote of the people J. Stone Walker . . 45,990 Says the Lexington Argonaut: tion than via. any other lino, beside of the Democratic party. action By Harold R. VAIUJAGE TOR HATE. in favor of doing so. Our idea is to Richmond Water & Light Co . . CO.OOO The Republican orators tried hard V.nni. Extensive preparations are being avoiding the many petty nnnoynnces We are authorized to announce P. to influence all persons holding stock submit the question to the people, OF THE SrT.PnnR. By T. a D Ion. POXTOWN rHECI.NCT. HP.nXG MAN. ByChimpionBIi: Jailer made for the marriage of Miss Delia incidental to changing cars and 1. Buoaddus as candidate for to the in Building and Loan Associations to with the statement that a million Arnold, Wm HUNT FOR HAPPINESS By Anlti . . $64,210 depots, etc. Before making any aree of Madison county, VlTantl Ohirtro. Ramsey, of Richmond, and Mr. ... bTRANGE EXPERIMENT By Harold - 22,090 vote for the gold standard, declaring and a half dollars worth of bonds Clay, Cassius Marcellus. rangement, get a map and time table action of the Democratic party. K. Vynne. , 31,700 Allen Kenney, of Danville, to take that all who voted for free silver running ten or fifteen years can be Clay, Brutus J. B. L of the C. & O. and compare the adt&" Indicate by the nnmbers the novels yoitrant. Clay. B. J. and 21,000 place February 12. FOR SUIT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. would vote for those who had inves- paid, principal and interest, at the Hackett, B. C. vantages offered. Low round trip gfe . 28,460 Mr. Joseph Tevis, of Richmond, 21,730 rates will be made for delegates from Mrs. JohnVWilliamson is a can- ted an honest dollar in these institu- present rate of taxation, and all the Million, G. B... ..'.. A MAN ,. , 27,360 Ky., spoilt Sunday in this city AJAX TABLETS POSITTVELY CURE didate for Superintendent Public In- tions to recoive in lieu therefor a State's debts can be paid without an Neale, B. H. . . Richmond and all poin:s. For , jiXJNVrrou IHseae Falling . . ,. .... 39,620 Mrs. 2sTeale Bennett, of Richmond, struction for Madison ,county, sub- depreciated fifty cent dollar. It rdditional cent of taxes. Certainly Parks, John M I m potency, SIeeplMsnees,etc, canned particulars write or call on ' Phelps, S. B. . . oy Aooaa or ocner Jixcease tn 26,160 spent the past week with her mother, further of the Democratic ject to the action IndisThey quickly ami surety cretions. would appear from the turn of affairs the people would rather vote these Boss, A. J., Admr. N. B. Terrill. ! George V. Barney, Div. Pass. Agt. 21,400 party. restore Lot Vitality in Mrs. Laura Thompson. Mt. Sterling C. & O. Ry., onds than to have their taxes raised Simpson, Mrs. Allie fit a man forstady, bosinees or marriaco. that a member of .'person who have , .. - 16,970 Phamix Hotel, Ixing- Prerent Insanity and Omanmntirm if t. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC invested in these Associations will these hard times. There can be no UNIOX. taktn in time. ThmrnA ahnm tmTncdlnfn imnrow. ton, Ky. montanJ ejects a ;UjHE where all other fail doubt as to the ability of the State to McCord, K. P. SCHOOLS. Miss Helen Bennett left on Friday npon harieff the penal ne Ajax Tablets be glad to get fifty cents on the They ... 20,090 cared yon. We stim for an extended visit to friends In Additional locals and personnlson the hare writtenthousand and will curecure Cf) PTCa positive EU.ISTOK. eaarantee to effact a J. W. Wagers is a candidate for amount they haie tiustod to the pay these bonds including interest eAcicbeor refund the money. Price V W O per Superintendent of Public Schools of mangement. Seven Building and at the present rate. Who will deny Chenault, Anderson, Admr. . . 30,140 tne North, and will spend the month first page. Read all; it is new and true. package; or six pkes fall treatment) for SCJ50. By For the next THIRTY DAYS we will mail, in plain wrapper, npon Madison county, subject to the action Loan Associations in the State of that this is not the best plan ? Phelp3, Thos- . 33,700 of February at Ann Arbor, where ,r AJAX REMEDYreceipt of price circular CO., party. of Searcy, C. L.. .. . sell 20,S0 she was lately a student at the UnireTennessee have failed within the For sale in Richmond, Ky., by Ha pan & YATES. CORRESPONDENCE. feb3-lHerndon. versity of Michigan. FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. past week. Would it not have ben gardless of cost to make room for Chenault, T. D .., 160,750 The engagement is announced of !irS S. H. TnoRPE, Jr., incumbent, is better for all concerned, if these in"Witt.. "Married Gregory, Mrs. L. was the 27,410 Spring Stock which will soon be in Delayed. of the Madison stitutions could have met all their a candidate . ... 31,680 Prof. J. K. Morris, of Covington, and telegram received by A. S. Coyle last Gibbs.J.W iN'EWBY Circuit Court,, subject to the action obligations nominally, even though and ask you to come and get them at . . Terrill, D. M . 23,970 Miss Retta Davis, of Winchester, Saturday and signed by Everett of the Democratic party. 27.9C0 the money received was to some exwhere the wedding will take placo Witt, who married Miss Mattie FinMrs0. P. Stapp is much better after a White, G. J. & Son . almost your own price for CASH. GLADE. tent depreciated, Down with the short illness. on February 18. Kingston High ney, of Shelbyville. The bride is a FOR SHERIFF. . $ 33,740 School Annual please copy. Our Annual Clearance Sales are very gold standard if you would Jiave Miss Nannie Parks is very sick with Jos. S. Boggs and wife cousin of Mrs. J. D. Dykes and Mrs. J. D. Goodloe 23.0S0 II. H. Colyer Ls a candidate for failure and disaster to cea.se. D. M. Chenault, Gd'n., ic. piff. Xotice of lung trouble. Sam Kennedy, of Richmond, was H. U. Rice. Mr. and .Airs. Witt will popular, as we have always given . J. D. Harris .. 103,210 against Sheriil of Madison county, subject Sile ) In Eouity . . . 20,030 in this city from Friday until Monarrive on Friday and will reside in On Petit.on, to the action of the Democratic J. W. Bratcher has moved to the Wm. Jno. Parrish value received. S. E. Welch, Jr. DY virtue of a 30,230 day visiting his father, Mayor KenWatterson gets $10,000 a year Ham place for the year. and of party. this city. u the Madison judgmentCourt, order of sale the Circuit rendered at S. H. Stone . . . . 50,500 nedy. from the Courier-Journa- l, says the He reports a fair business, January Term thereof 1897. in the above style We are prepared to meet lowest prices Mr. W. W. Baxter has moved to the KIRKSVILLE. cause, the undersigned will, on Louisville Critic. He makes $15,000 FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. but says the promised prosperity is Twyman Million place. on groceries of all kinds, for cash. Jas. C. Adams 20,463 not "coming more lecturing. in carriages." Carlisle James C. Miller is a candidate coln will not him His book on Lin30,230 Mr. Alpha Agee is on the tick list M. F. Arbuckle Wednesday, Ftbui; 17, 1837, $10,000. He at least for Assessor of Madison county, subLara . . Ed. II. Ballard . 22,010 Mercury. Stockton. Mrs. Stockton, mother ject to the action of the Democratic is above the dreams of avarice, and with abscess of left lung. Thompson S. Burnam., 48,230 That popular olil student of Cen- of Prof. G. W. Stockton and Mrs. party. even of gratitude. He can afford to Mr. Wm. Shelby Hendren has moved N. B. Coy Between the hours 30,540 a. m., tral University, Thompson M. Mor Allen Einbry, of Waco, died on Fri o'clock, m., on the of 11 o'clock, Madison and 12 premises in counMrs. Samira Hockaday 31,500 to Harris Ford, on Silver Creek. berate his old proceed ton, formerly of Winchester, and for day and was buried in thin city on ty, Ky., bidder, to expose to public sale, to the FOR CITY ATTORNEY. Mrs. E. M. Hume . 31,170 highest the following described proper"boys in the trenches," break Mr. John Howard, better known as ' 48,450 the past year engaged in railroad Sunday. ty, viz.: We are authorized to announce his stave over" their scurvy backs Hooker, has moved to this place from W. S. Hume & .Co David Pullins 22,940 engineering in Mexico, is now with Clay a candidate for the and crack their stupid sconces. CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND, Green Jones. At Versailles, January 22, Kirksville. MILLION'. office of City Attorney.of Richmond, RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. the K. C. P. & T. R. R. at Nashboro, Richard T. Jones, aged 78. Ho was What does Watterson care about the Situated in Madison county. Ky., on the waters Jan27-4Ky., subject to the action of tho .. 34,050 Louisiana. Wm. Tudor aud Miss Olie Sallee were Southern Lumber Co raised in Madison county a id mar- of Otter Creek and bounded on the east bv the poor devils who have followed him Democratic party. Gentry and TURNPIKES. married last Thursday. Mr. Tudor was Mrs. Neale Bennett returned on ried Miss Amanda Fox, and in 1S40 the landson of Nannie by the land of T". M. ITgilrgllpiB pJarBfriUsfrJam SfjtlSfTtiJ-rOldham, the south Josiah through brier-patc- h e and quag-mirWe are authorized to announce J, Richmond and Big Hill 27,000 Friday from Gentry, on the a widower. the Chas. Gena visit to Mt. Sterling, removed to Missouri. He wis twice try and George west by and lands ofnorth by iHirHJtarrtiBiryjaiTHJ SfrHlafTHJffv,-- : Gentry Richmond and Lancaster on the Talbot Jackson as a candidate for through all these years? His pock25,000 the whither she was accompanied by her married and leaves two daughters, lands of Susan Golden and Wm. Jett and conMiss Kate Douglas is at home after a City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., ets reek with gold and some of the taining Said Stove Blows Up. subject to the action of the Demo- properties of this cowardly, jealous years visit to her sister, Mrs. Dr. Trip-plsister, Miss Stella Thompson. Dur- Mrs. Bettie Martin, of this county, surveyed-t-260 acres, more or less. are onland to be purchaser. There said tract cratic party. of eight rooms, a ing the latter's stay here she was ten- and Mrs. Fannie Black, of Woodford. a brick residenceall necessary at Camnbellsville. The extreme cold weather during metal has seeped into his heart and stoct&arn ana a 'Squire L X. Douglass, deputy county tho past week has causod considera- dered a swell dinner by Miss Annie Adams. W. M. Adams, Jr., aged good orchard in bearing, &c., &c. brain. He scorns old political friends 'OK CORONER. TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six, and associates. He has gone over to clerk, has been ousy for some time writ- ble trouble'Mn the homes of those Bennett, and was given a general 35, son of W. M. Adams, president of twelve and twenty-fou- r months eiuallv. The We are authorized to announce G. the enemy body people who were supplied with water good time by her Richmond friends. a number of turnpikes in Madison, purchaser will be required to give bond, with ing deeds arid mortgages. and houl. O. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, good security, for the payment of the purchase But tho most serious accidied of pneumonia at Berea on Sat- money, to have the force and effect of a replevin s Nothing but blood will satisfy that The following engraved Mr. John Phil Moberley and Miss pipes. hubject to the action of the Demo-emtibond, bearing legal interest of urday. He leaves a wife and four sale, interest payable annually, from the dayreparty. impetuous warrior, Marso Henri. Martha Davis were married last week, dent was that which occurred at the have been issued: with a lien upon said homo of Mr. R. L. Gentry on last Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Field Moberley Tho minion who dares to whisper Rev. John G. Pond, officiating. children. Deceased, like his father, servedmoney is paid.property until all the purchase S. E. SCOTT, d "If there i no improvement in the hateful word "harmony" in his Mrs. John F. Sallee is very low aud Friday morning when, on account of announce the marriage of their daughter, was a popular, citizen, M. C. M. C. C. Georgia, the pipes being frozen, his large in business atrairs I am inclined to presence will bo skewered on his not expected to live but a bhort whoso death is a severe blow to the time. cookiug range and boiler believe that free silver will win in gray goose quill. Watterson is wel- She has had two strokes of paralysis. community as well as his family. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE SU-- 1 Mr. George G.Corzelins, TV e ploAvs pervising faeto- were blown to pieces. Mr. Gentry- - Thursday evening, January the 180S." W. C. Owens, Congressman tering in gore these days. His playBurial in Jarman cemetery on Sun uary 29, lsa7.Architect, Washington, D. C, JanSEALED PROPOSALS will be Mrs. John F. Sallee, an aged lady had just a few minutes before made Eighteen hundred and received at this office until 2 o'clock, p. n., on fr jm the Lexington District. day, in the pressnee of a larjre numground is a slaughter house and he the 19th day of February, 1897, and opened ImRichmond, Ky. who was paralyzed some time since, is the flro for breakfast and stepped to do ber of friends. ;' mediately thereafter for all the labor and masleeps in an open grave. If the little very low at this time aud not expected into another room when an terials required to put in place complete a Capt. W. W. George is now acting awful The Senate by a vote of 40 to 4 children don't want to be chowed Chenault Mrs. Lavinia Chen- tower clock Kentucky, S. Post Office building at for the U. to live. explosion was heard. As soon as postinaster of Meridian, Miss., hav- ault Montgomery, relict of in accordance with drawparsed the bill providing for a Mone- into mince-methey bad better the late Richmond, aro V ings and specification, copies of which may be Mr. Pelor & Co. will move their saw- the steam and smoko died away it ing been chosen by the bondsmen of Dr. T. B. Montgomery, of tary Conference. An amendment keep out of the way of this bad man at this office or at the office of the SuperinStanford, had mill to this locality on the Dr. Phil was discovered that the Each was added authorizing the President from bitter creek. the old P. M., who was removed from died on Monday at MtSterling, and tendent at the above named a building. check bid must be accompanied by certified you Ro!ert8 farm, better known as the Wm. which was on the stove had been office. It is said that there is probafor a sum not less than 10 per cent, of the of the United States to call the conleaves three children. Deceased was proposal. The right is reserved to reject any 3. Ham farm. blown across the kitchen, pans, bility of Capt. George's being retain- a sister of the late Prof. ference. Will he call it or go duck The propriety of keeping a dead Jason Chen- or all bids and to waive any defect or informalideemed ISuy hunting? u v (?) Nsue before the people may be Your correspondent had quite a crowd buckets, caps, &c, were scattered in ed in this office. He is the father of ault, of Louisville, and also Judge ty in any bid should it be do so. in the interest of the- Government to All proposals every direction; a huge hole was Mr. Alex George, a received after the time stated will be returned , questioned, but when tho people of company on Sunday last: Mrs. L N. Wm. Chenault, of this WM. MARTIN AIKEN, Says an exchange: Poor old Ken- refuse to bury the issue which an Douglas, Mrs. Annie Land, Miss Kate broken in the boiler, which was of student of Central University, now Helen Chenault, of Jit. Sterl ng, Miss to the bidders. a Supervising Architect. a well V and tucky, bankrupt and Republican! election was thought to have settled, Douglas, Brutus Bogie, James Brink and strong copper. The stove was a com- a prosperous citizen of Meridian. Messrs. Joe, Reuben, and "Waller " plete wreck, one end being torn Auditor Stone says it will take a loan there is no way to avoid its discuss- others. The following invitation, hand- Chenault and Mrs. Sue MilUr. of Ft. is in of $500,0000 and an incresise of the ion. For our part there is no dispoMiss Katie Douglass will Iea'e for completely out, the door of the fire somely engraved, has been received: Scott, Kas., and Ed. R. Chenault, of tax rate to over 50 cents to pay cur- sition to ignore the issue upon which Campbellsville, Taylor county, next pot was blown off and the frame Mr. and Mrs. Randal Litsey Nevada, Mo. A invite yon to witness rent expenses and meet the deficit. the late political battle was fought week, after a visit of two weeks.Jo her work bent. The shock from the exHunley. A loving wil'e and the marriage of their daughter, h4 Boys, how do you like the pros- so long as the present condition of parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Douglas, at plosion, which was equal to dyna" Ada May, mother, a charitable and kind neigh-umite, was felt for some distance. pect? How do the gentlemen who affairs exist. We were told that the this place. to and a christian passed away voted for a "change and a look at the perpetuation of the present moneDr. Jere C. Foster, when Mrs. Mary J. Hunley died, on The prosperity promised by the books"-lik- o Wednesday, February third. the onlook and outlook? tary system would insure instantaneWednesday morning last, aged 75. and bolting Democrats has Eighteen hundred and Harrodsbnrg Saying. ous relief, a return to good times, not come nor will it come at one o'clock, Her suffering ended with tho day, until we have Guinchigliaxi. To Mr. and Mrs. and the restoration of confidence. free silver and gold and paper money v Methodist Church, kichmo:nb, kexiucky. Yet lived she at its close, Joo Guinchigliani, Thursday, a boy. One Republican paper comes out While many believed such a thing Harrodsburg, Kentucky. passed coin a id ackuowledges that something is probable, everybody . expected that convertible in of on demand. The CoMr.s. To Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. W. H. West, of Richmond, Andin statute-lik-the long, long night away The undersigned has three separate small e tobacco growers repose. this locality would be farms which he offers at private sale septrately wiong when, since January 2d, the times would he no worse. But what glad to swap their crops to silver or Combs, of College Hill, Monday, and daughter havo been visiting his But when the sun in all his (itato il- or together. All three are situated at cash holdings of New York banks have we ? A glance will reveal a greenbacks DR. PErFER'S January 18th, a boy. brother, Mr. Alex West, near town lumed the eastern skies or any sort of money. have increased $25,536,000, and their situation that not even tho most for the past weok Wednesday Her soul fled through Heaven's mornPIU-- ? WHITE'S About twenty-fiv- e stables and barns morning at 9 o'clock Mr. Jno. G. STATION, reserve on January ICth stood, at brazen apologist can unblushingly YALLEY VIEW ing gates and walked in Earadise. ' XZ1T DISCOVERT. TTEVEH in Kentucky have been destroyed by Doty, Jr., son of Capt. Doty, and $5,172,525 above the required 25 per excuse. The gold standard has been Rev. R. B. Baird will preach at Syloam fire this month. ir.w - A new, rtuaL.9 anu m o :e- 2. 7 of Funeral services were conducted on the waters66, 85Silver Creek. They contain cent. It does seem that if proper fully tried since 1873; as to its suc- M. JZ. church South next Sunday. respectively Miss 3Iary Doores were married by by are ad!e. XfiTlpOTatPat'-eo;tv r Rev. W. JR. Lloyd, of Niishville, watered and well and 163 acres, and Therewell efforts were made some of this cheap cess the idle factories, mortgaged improved farms. ware of dsutcvrwaa tmStalfo-j- . is Rev. Campbell at tho residence of HOW TO FIND OUT. mail bet 9t box p&per. 82 Rev. H B. Cockerham preaches at the after which the remains were ship- no better land in Madison county, mart of it money could be induced to come to farms, and unemployed millions can rei';'" in plain vsppr. rJ " the bride's aunt, MissBettie Doores. ped to Lexington for I vt&iapi for p&rtlciu& . Ml J Presbyterian church here Sunday. burial. A hus- being Kentucky and invest in the very testify. I'EVt EK X They left immediately for Searcy, CAL. AsOClA XIOX t&lciucv-- n Mrs. I. M. Asher returned Saturday Fill a bottle or common water glass Ark., their future home. Lancaster band, Chas. Hunley, two daughters, cheap- land that is now being sold We aro pretty well satisfied that -- RICH BOTTOM LAND- ., Sold by Richmond Drn Co. Mrs F.L. Wardroperand Miss Ad with urine and let stand twenty-fou- r or at least would take some mort- the incoming administration will do from a visit with relatives at Ford. Record. dle Hunloy, and a son, .Mr. Will It Is a fine neighborhood and accessible by ' G "White. I gage loans at G per cent. Saw mill men are preparing for a rise hours; a sediment or settling indicates a nothing to appease the millions who turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, Since Clarence E. Woods has Hunley, survive her. diseased conditio1! of the kidneys. rose up in their might and majesty tii the river and expect a large supply of etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post When urine stains linen it is positive joined the staff of the Richmond The election of Gen Richard Rol- and pronounced against tho system logs. Office, ten miles from Richmond. . Climax, his virile work may be seen TERMS Sale will be made and Kenney as the next United of finance and the tariff to which cash. FREE EDUCATION. Hnnsing ice has been in progress here evidence of kidney (trouble. Too fre Mr. Johu Robinson left for Beatty-vill- e balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, States Senator from Delaware is a the Republican party is pledged by the past week, the Southern Lumber quent desire to urinate or pain iu the by a glance at the" business side of An education at Harvard, Ya " convincing proof that the tho paper as well as in tho other dea few daj s ago and has never re- address triumphant victory for the silver its platform. , Company having housed 10,000 cubic back, is also or any other rollece or institut. partments. The free silver Demo- turned. Geo. D. White, kidneys and bladder are out of order. men. General Kenney worked hard of learning in the United f'tate It is such results that follow the feet. feb3-crats aro rallying to it. and while it Yhite's Station. Ky. for Mr, Bryan and the Chicago ticket election of McKinley which should Miss Myrtia lohnson, of AViujton, Esor in the New England Consen-tor"rTSAT TO DO. The public school being taught by Kigs. has added a long list of new subscri- till county, is vNilinR her of ilnsic can he secured ' and the silver men of the Legislature mortify those good Democrats who Miss Viola Million will close today. grandfather There is eomfort in the knowledge bers it has lost less than twenty-flv- o jj any youn man or woman wl"" 3 voted for him because lie is consis- swerved from the path of rectitude She performed her duties In a laudable so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's and grandmother, Mr. and M8. Silas a iii earnest. Write for iiartirnV" by its earnest espousal of the people's Port wood, at this place. tent and not a bolter. Kenney's and placed the Republicans in power. manner. Swamp-Roo- t, r( qniiklv. the great kidney remedy cause, Democratic principles JAMES P. BALL, and the nomination was at first regarded as Look at 3IcKinley, the veriest putty 36'BromfieJd St., Boston, 3Ias3. ROUTE. fulfills every wish in relieving pain in Mrs. Elizabeth Kidwell, aged about GO remonetizntlon of silver. Nicholas- Ata victory for the gold men. BEST LIMB TO AND PBOX- Awarded ' ball in the fingers of that years, died the 31st ultimo, of dropsy. the back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud Democrat. General Kenney ha? given the' foHighest Honors World'iv Fair, every part of the urinary passages. It Hanna. See how the lat- She was the mother of Albert TOLEDO AND DETROIT. llowing statement emphatically: Mr. Sam E. English left on Thurster usurps authority in the formation who was killed by Dickerson. Kidwell, corrects inability to hold urine and All Points in Michigan. "I regard my election as United of the Cabinet, and dictates the disscalding pain in passing it, or bad effects day, after a visit to Mr. Jennings Mrs. G. W, Hutchison, of Troy, re- following States Senator as a victory for the tribution of Federal patronage as if use of liquor, wine or beer, Greenleaf. Mr. English is the verThe first ot Aaerlata Kenspupfrs, CltlQLES silver men of the Democratic party he hal been chosen the ruler or this turned home Saturday after a stay of aud overcomes that, unpleasant necessity satile genius who illumines the Lou "White City SpecIaL" A. DANA, Editor. of Deleware who stood loyal to Mr. nation. He groomed McKinloy, several days with her father's family, T. of being compelled to get up many times isville Times with items from Best Tebmixxl Station. t. Bryan and the Chicago platform. entered him for the race, and is rid B. Spurlock, and other relatives. during the night to urinate. The mild Jt will be news, in this con' The American Coitstitutim, the Am Personally I favor .silver and gave ing him, too, at a merry clip, whilst Tho 3 oung people of the Forest Hill aud tho extraordinary effect of Swamp-Ro- nection,- to tho friends of Mr. Wm. Telephone Your "Cousin," Avoiding the Tunnel. nnt,' '. Idea, the American Spirit. These Hr. Bryan and the Chicago platform men of all parties look on aimizcd vicinity participated in a grand hop last II. Lyon, lato physical director of O. is soon realized. It stands . . my entire support during tho recent at this abject surrender of tli9 little Thursday night at the home of Mr. anil highest for is wonderful cuies of the U , to hear that lie is now at Mr. 1 and all (he time,forerer. the B. BROADDUS, Daily, by mail, Wagner Sleeping Cars. campaign. My election was brought Napoleon. i S6 a year is McKin- Mrs. Zeke Faubush in honor of Miss most distressing cases. If you need a EnglishB homo and is engaged pn about by thatpssue. Like Mr. Bryan ley in the hands of his friends and Lula Tudor. one of tho Louisville papers. Being medicine you should havo the best. Hunley's Old Stand. Daily and Saaifay, by raa'J, - - $3 a year I.believe that the future of the great so irrevocably committed to policies Mr. G. A Roy. manager South pru Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and such 'a fine athlete It will not sur Xo.26- 38 Baffet Parlor Cars, Wagner Sleeping (Cars, cause oflbimetallism .depends largely I at 'ipr'e no irrprovecient in th.e Lumber Company, has gotten up .'Private Compartment Cars, Elegant Cftiches , irt abrand one dollar. For a sample bottle and prise the Climax td learn that ho --w 2 I Dining Cars. and i upon the men who will bo elected in n . t . wo raj :.t, our good Dem- to be used on the company's logs on the jiainpblet, both sent free Ly mail, men- .has become one of the" stars of the" StfRdai) Si)d ll the United States Senate in the next ocratic Irieiids who asslstedln bring- waters of the Kentucky river, which ia tion the Xouisville Athletic Club, of which CuMAX.and seud your full Be sre your.tieketa read yia 'B1Q FOUR." four years, and I desire to say right ing abont this state of affairs should composed of the initials of his name, 'G. is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in address ((9 Dr. Kilmer &Co., Tilr, J.W. Frew, C. TJ.'s old trainer. MOST PERFECT MAD 0. m'cobkicx here that I am unalterably In favor refuse point blank to allign them- Ai R.," the ''AJ!' and "R.? fonmnjea BiDghaufplonj GF- d. 1. luanw is director. the world. jThT proprietors , . e .JY" i( A pure Grace. CranTiaf Tartar Puutr Km of bimetallism and will rote BawefigerTraacMgr GB.Pse.&TktJAtr selves again with- a party which they uiuuugmuj, eucirEKjijjY ui3 jeuer .. , v -any - .r " 01- thwE, paper guarantee ilaplGwood, thoTutiful country .m.mmonu, Aumjat Kj-- sail. $2 a jr ar. T Prw 5e. a wpy. other xdWanat, riWHMUTT awa i .., nn, it to tho end." haye ?fugUt? all their lives. y - j heme at ; p J I Jav EuBb. " pl tbk ofer. I "JC J . $ 40 YEARS liSTA jn-i- r atfcisWiic, ,. at THE CLIMAX. I The Courier-Journ- : at Johnstown. Pa.. Yesterday An . . In a speech fiddle-string- s, Madison's Assessed Venation. A Kansas paper says: "The recent great religious rovival The following-figur- es from the Bend resulted in a net Republican books of Counnty Assessor P. P. gain of 100." Broaddus, will jrovo interesting: The above reminds us of what Legal Voters, white, 1,323 Hon. A It. Burnam, now Judge of t- " " cot. .1,414 . .; 57ta the Court of Appeals, used to say in toui .WHITK ' 1893 when Tanks were bursting all Acres of land, .. $3,223,710 over the country, ''Another .bank Town lots, 1,073 .iw..rti SrW 1,400,960 gone Democratic" How are they Stores, 135 195,630 . 158,430 going now since McKinley's election? Household furniture ; PERSONAL. Nervous Dyspepsia If SHOWS ENTERPRISE wrrfy " KSiailT-WATCHMA- X riAr. r SitMfMminwY?F AJ.KJiffXAAklSf, tflfcfW! J- -t ... J w . !- - - m fc. m 1 - . -f -- v.'v .;. -- Xight-Watrhma- n, n ower, Scott &Frazee, lidur 419,332,...-.r.:- 3 -- arm- y, ,'.... ". Spsciil I H N M , -- beginning Jan. w Semi-Week- ly al ..".. .. Hoods SarsaparsSJIa two-ste- p 200 Choice Pictures, i m fifty-tw- o Knight-Watchm- an ILatest rsi " .- y 5 d, Marked See T k. -- X- . FIKTY-S1.- X 6-- tower, uuuu p- - & Fra SIt HF. . m iyl 11-- -- 10-- to-th- e mimmmimmrm ilfcN'y,'J'fcv-6Sem tfT V?rNy7 32-3- 1 iY tm jM - A'-AX- $.; c- - " -- - -- U-- im-pro'e- d. Hi? . 15-- . 17- -A HT Us HE a-Il- ER Sfirpfit Si Staiifflifpr- - MADE ME SALE OF Mem-orr- 1 oldoryo-jng.an- Sentinel-Democra- m Boots In-t- Shoe 1 MARRIED., to-da- y" "V y IP Boots and Shoes for-Cler- k Csinen Sale! ,. DEATHS. -- office-holdin- g, office-seeki- ng Be Freeman Bro en w laplBipafrlls L et, first-cla- ss 4 o after-card- well-like- feb3-2- w (SPRING L j PLOWING. ff" have the best the ries produce. If you expect ain plowing the coming spring, and hot-wat- er twenty-eightn, h, ninety-seve- at tea-kettl- e, not already supplied with cannot affonl to pvs, - ed ci-y- feb3-2- or THREE FARMS iFORf before giving call. Everything jept in equipped hardware house found our stock. BIRTHS. ninety-seve- n, SALE Siioclcelford -- - Bentru, -c mensturatJon-N'TTCze-Ltjcre I FmmAmm n 0fiHM!f jt n.cU-orad.f- - " - us Urn! lUm mmm mm, -- f r- PORT-WOOD- one-thir- d Mnr tf g; Four! , arch-scheme- r, The Finest The Safest Drivers, The Promptest v Cres-centHi- ll. ot mm mam " -- dr tention. CHICAGO. The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. P. rnis Hjp" Bnn CREAM ST.iOUIS.3 BOSTON. NEW YORfC. post-offi- unfalt-eriiigly'f- or .j' . ;, ! i. Job Work " ' The - -: i jan-20t- andBRldfn, -- - rdh 'l i 1 1 i, L ? . 1. . ... .. - C & v- &fe- -. J&- - J,s , ' v L. ' r: . . &'. 1 j fc Ssi , .. Ailimds r.r . " "" Tit tii is' - " -- - w - ' - - "".J ACJtM,, - -- ' '- - - ""- -! - v-. 'Ml- 1B67-1B- j - " , -- ,,! -. H The differcticerbotwcen.Pillsand Simmons Liver Regulator, is just this: Pills don't go down very-eas- y with most people, and you feel them afterwards. While Simmons Liver ltegnlator in liquid or powder is very pleasant to take, and the only feeling that yoa have ttfterwatd is the great relief that it gives from Coiisti patiou, Billiosness, Sick Headacee and Dyspepsia". It is a mild laxative and a tonic. It The Georgetown News will hold. its annual tobacco show February 15. Thiu or gray hair and bald heads so displeasing to many people as marks of ace, may be averted for a long time by usiug Hall's Hair Renewer It Charles Tavlor, the negro who assaulted and murdered Nellie Stepp in Franklin coitnty, must hang April 2. PT--' . I Print ShoS ttvrjk ""il k THE WEDNESDAY, Bondholders pf the R. N. I. & R. 1831 will probably loso tlieir entire hold' ings by the reorganization of the o.oni5n Smith ) Monon, which is ordered .to bo sold. ilaria Brown I FEBRUARY 3, 1897, CurtiH F. Mobcrley ) 4. Tje C.F.Moberley yard last Thurstfa Ma nisbt waf. mjjst beautifully decorated BetUe Smith . j !VV5V8V5) --- CLIMAX. 97. s Febraary " 183U The merchant who Jails to advertise in the Climax stands as ranch show of success as a June-Ba- g with scores of lanterns, which from the citybelon appeared likeaclusterofstar. 3eorge Corzclius l Georgia Two-third- ,,.. October 10, 1S87. AK Ma"ied January 23, 1837. e?V"Ar r ir in a furnace with a piper shirt on. MMMaMaMj Three fine farms for sale by Geo. 1) White. Sec ad. Mr. Va-- il jjtovanson is very low with pneumonia at'Ford. Yesterday was ground hog day. S.. weeks more winter anyhow. - J T. Dykes has opened a nice jirocery at the R. X.Ldcli. dopot. The .armors say that the present cold spell will finish up the wheat crop. . The R. N. I. &". coaches are being nicely painted. Capt. Pates of a century ago Solomon ana ins crew are a gentlemanly sot rftuith and Maria ISrown stood side by and contribute to the comfort of all side in tho rear parlor of the home that- s passengers. THE L?-r-- O -- O TAB .2SJaIHBKE Sheriff J. P. Simmons is out after hoveral days confinement to his room with laryngitis. reaideure and of land for rent. West Main street, l.iciii.ioiid. My H. PIGG. Sam Jones will certainly be in Richmond on Monday night, February 15th. at Court House. - A nice new line of ladies' muslin and cambric underwear for sale at Mis Tempie Oldham's. According to the Standard Niel olasville has negro population, ceeding that of the whites. C -- Bob Gillen caught three catamounts at Slate Lick oh Saturday. They are supposed to be the same house cats which Jim Crutcher took up there last summer. -r- Sam Jones says ho likes to speak in a college town; there are so few politicians in such a town. Speaking of politicians, he says that they ought to be easily saved, forthe devil don't want them. ' By all meaus read .""Walton's Wonderfully Wise Words," on our first page. They are gems prarnered for the genuine good of all who ap preciate pithy paragraphs penned by a patriot. Medical examiners of pensiners have been placed under the Civil Service, writes Congressman to Dr. L. J. Frazec, but adds, that the present Richmond board has a good prospect to remain in ofiico as long as they like. .The Mc-Crea- ry Frazec, President. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Secretary, and Dr. C. J. Bales, Treasurer. All Democrats. K. board is now composed of Dr. L. J. ct P. al Lexington. i. pn-ac- Im-o- ) tdnesday, February 10th. Elder J. G. Parson, of Red Lick, county, has been called to at the Panola Baptist church. -- Mr. Lyman Parrish, who has confined to his bed fur the past two neck with stomach trouble, is l'-t- ill g. Low round trip rates to Lexington Tickets for Sam Jones' lecture and return will be in cf.ect via. Q. & -- ale at Middelton's druj ; store, C. Route fiom all points between Er.anger and Pine Knot, Ky., account K. of P. meeting February latn anu iwti. Ask agents for par- ticulars. A New Mexico LadrOrders the Climax. 1897. find $1.50 eonvale-cin- Enclosed for the CI.IMAX for one year. Dear Siks: Saxta Fk, N. M., Jan. 29, As three precincts cast over COO mhos the countv will beredistricted. A new magisterial may be added in co Respectfully, Mks. W. II. Wootk.v. Represented Here. The Covenant Building and Lomi Mi Tempie Oldham has for sale Association of Knoxville, Tennessee, nice new line of ladies' muslin and that assigned last week was repreaniline underwear. Millinery in sented at this place. We regret that some of xmr citizens will lose by the ason. failure. -- Tho Boonesboro Chapter of the Cooncy is a Hustler. I A R. will meet with Mrs. Alice Tntilil.-- . on Main street, Thursday From the Harrod.sburg Democrat aft. rimoii. February 4th, at 3 o'clock. we learn that "Messrs. Neif & Todd, John Sehon, a student lat year enterprising gentlemen from Richat C I'., died ofpnemonialastmouth mond, hae opened a produce store at Huntington. W. Va. He was a in th Dedman building. They will number of S. A. I.., and very hand- - pay the highest cash prices for everything in their line." Silllll'. Coonoy Xeff is, indeed, a hustler V. S. Adam--- , with a horse and and our neighbors can depend upon slil-- . hauled wood for 300 yards on him to market all the fowls and hen tin ice on Kentucky river lat fruit for miles arouiid. 'k. at the mouth of Drowning Cuba Will lr, k Bi Recognized. Emory wa given judg-lCircuit Court Thursday fr $ryi against the L. & X. railroad f.r the killing of the fonner's.horse near Red House. Mr. YV. C. Fitzpatrick, formerly of this county, but for the past three years a resident of Shelby county, has removed with his family to his o!d home near hero. The Courier-Journmade a mistake in its iue of January 18th regarding Sam Jones' lecture tour in . K Ha will fill all his dates. Will be in Richmond, Monday night. F hruary 15th. For six days, ending Saturday last, the thermometer registered zero or thereabouts. Good ice in abundance ;vs harvested and the iioz-luxury will be plentiful next summer. There are many gentlemen who pMer their shirts made to order. T!i se should call on Frank Goftou, tin- famous shirt manufacturer, who w ill be at While fc Gibson's on Feb. 15 and 1G. P. II. Idol, known here, now a prominent piano and machine agent fell on an icy pave-at nt at Corbin and accidentally shot himself in the arm necessitating its amputation. Or. (" I. Todford, of Tennessee, will preach in the Second Presbyterian church on the first and second Sa'ibaihs of February, observing the communion on the second Sabbath, F bruarv 14. The revival at tho Christian church continues and Elder Lloyd, of XashvilJe, is preaching fine sermons. About fourteen additions so far. and large audiences greet him at "William nt in the al i)tii-kyn n. Although Messrs. Norman and Little were declared winners of the debate last Friday night at the University, Abbott of the negative got the prize for the best speech. The Cuban question was up and it was settled, too, that Uncle Sam ought to recognize the independence of Cuba.. .Messrs Wiggins and Bennett de claimed splendidly, Mr. Kennedy made a creditable speech, and Torn Pickles ranked high as a presiding officer. Split His Skull. - A horrible accident befell Daniel Garhart while chopping wood at Jack l.oss' near the Pond church on Saturday last. He was driving a wedge in a tough log and in making a stroke cught the ax on a wire clothes line over heajl which caused the ax to rebound with great force, the blade penetrating the forehead and cutting a gash three inches long and almost to the brain. Dr. Frazec stitched up the wound after removing fragments of tho bone cleft by the ax, and hopes his patient will escape further trouble from his. unusual and terrible mishap. County Court. m X. C. Thomson granted merchant's license at mouth of Muddy Creek. J. K. cense near Kirksville. Joseph Renfro's will probated ; willed his property to his heirs in fee simple; his wife appointed executor. James A. Ballard's will probated. Willed his property to his wife; his wife appointed executrix, but did not Henry granted distiller's li- qualify. Benjamin Cousin's will probated. Willed his property to Rice, Benjamin, and Campbell, cousins. Drs. Middleton and Fry appointed and qualified as executors. Win. Turpin appointed aJin.nistra-to- r Solmon Turpin Green Langford's will offered for probate and continued to Friday, Feb. 5. B. B. Million appointed administrator Jesse Ncwby and qualified with C. D. Chenault, J. S. Collins, AV. L. Crutcher, T. E. Kewby and Joe every meeting. Owins to the rain and sleet of Monday it was a poorly attended court-daFew people in town. About 800 cattle on the market, and brought a to 4 cents; mules S"J5to $S0; horses sold. "We have some special bargains in storm overcoats; they are going right along. Come and get one if you need them. A little money goes farther than ever you saw before. CoUngton & Mitchell. Mr. W. H. Bates has an ear of corn v ijh complete, perfect shuck on every grain. The -- cob is only a half inch in diameter, the grains aro tlje usual size, but with the shuck each grain measures one inch long. y. fv Ileathman as suro-ie- s. Fine Finished Work. A departure in tho monumental businoss has been inaugurated by Mr. A. D. FloravJr this place, who will at onco oyn a warehouse on Main below First where lie will display a large line of finished monuments ready for sale. They will be on exhibition this week or next. Mr. Flora is an expert engraver and practical workman, and will be .glad, Harry S. Morgan, of tho "White's to have orders for monuments of all Station neighborhood, shipped his kinds. crop of tobacco, consisting of about Madison County Suflragists. 14,000 pounds, to Louisville and sold five hogsheads of the best last week Mrs. James Bennett, of this city, for 5c. per uouud. Considered a low and hor sister- - Miss Laura, who is price. President of 'the Kentucky Equal Both of us will profit by your trad- Rights Association, wcro verypromi-nein the proceeding of the Nationing here. Our interests are mutual. al Woman's Suffrage Convention, in You save money by buying your clothing from us--, because wo give session at Des Moines, Iowa, last lietter values for less money than week. On Thursday Mrs. Benothers, while your added patronage nett presented the report of the comswells our business, and both of us mittee on federal suffrage. Susan IJ. Presiprofit.together. Covington AMitchell, Anthony has been dent. Judge G. W. Gourley, of Beatty-vill- e, Irvine. is spoken of as a Republican Mr. Virgil P. Smith, a prominent candidate for Circuit Judge in the Twenty-thir- d Judicial district, with lawyer of Irvine, Estill county, arJudge W. II. Lilly, of Irvine, as rived here last week, with his family, and they now occupy the late resiCommonwealth's' Attorney. dence of Dr. Colycr. Capt. Will C. Man who ought to wear honest Curd and Mr. Smith have formed a clothing that's everybody; man who partnership Jot the practice of law. wants the same clothing year after year Mr. Smith is spoken of in tho highest that's most everybody, and man who terms as a genial gentleman and a wants the prevailing st.le-tba- t's every-- ! good lawyer, and he has tho "look" -- overlooked Richmond from itscommand-in- g elevation, and took the vows which made them man and wife. In that 6ame room and on that same pot, thirty-si- x years afterwards, their a better understanding of the nature of the many physdaughter, 13ettie, then a beautiful girl of With eighteen years, gave her heart aud life ical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasantcfforts into the keeping of Curtis Field Mob-erle- y. rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of Thirty years later, sixty-si- x years after sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constina the first vows were spokeu, on Thursday tion of the system, which the ted condi pleasnnt last another fair member of the old home family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptstood on the identical spot made sacred ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions and is bv the two previous marital events, and everywhere esteemed of families, by all so highly gave her future happiness into the keep- who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the ing of George Corzelius. one remedy which promotes internal The above is, iu brief, the story of a cleanliness without debilitating the remarkable train of events, which bus organs on which it nets. It is therefore few. if any counterparts in the history of all important, in order to get its benenote- when you purficial the county or the State. But it is not chase, effects, tohave the genuine artithat you sufficient to dismiss the subject without cle, which is manufactured by the Calisomewhat elauoratinj; the account of last fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. Thursday's brilliant nuptials. If in the enjoyment of good health, Like that which occurred in the same and the system is regular, laxatives or place thirty years ao this was a tableau other remedies are then not needed-vj- f afflicted wedding, and it was as beautiful as it is may be with any actual disease, one commended to the most skillful rare. Behind closed doors the wedding physicians, but if in need of a laxative, p.isreant formed Miss Helen Benutttnnd one should have the best, and with the d everywhere. Syrup of Mr. T. J. Smith, Jr.; Miss Annie Ben Figs stands highest and is most largely nett aud M r. C. W. Tribble, and Miss Mar- used and gives most general satisfaction. garet Parrish and Mr. Tom Moheriey; Mr. Green Clay being the usher, beinjr Strange Coincidences. attired in full dress in the keeping with Tho annual eclipso of the sun ard the gent'cneii of tie party. These followed by the Tvere handsome the 89th birthday of Mr. James H. and stately Miss Matilda Spilman, of Lowell, Garrard county, Tribble, with Mr. John B. Chenault, occurred on Monday the worst day best man. Finally ciine the bride lightly we have had in six months. Old Sol leaning upon the groom's arm. While was indeed in eclipse for his face was the tableau was forming in the order hidden the livelong day whilst rain above described the sweet tones of Mis imd sleet covered tho face of the Pattie's voice filled the apartments with earth. On July 29th Mrs. Spilman Schubert's matchless Serenade, with will be 79, when tho sun will again piano and violin accompaniment by Mrs. ba in eclipse, according to the meW. G. White and Mr. W. B. Bright. teorologists and Hostetter's almanac. Concluding, Mrs. White invoked the aid Thirty-on- e Acres Short. of the organ, from which Ixihengrin's e Jessamine farm bought The grand wedding march pealed out, with from M. 11. Neave by Mr. Jas. Howard accompaniments upon violins by Messrs. Boggs. of this county, last month, turns W. B. Bright and Will Park. As the out to contain only 109 acres. Two surlast notes trembled into silence the por- veyors were called in and they certify to tals were swung wide open by the pretty the above figures. Mr. Boggs was flower girls. Misses Rosa .May Mobcrley shrewder than previous purchasers and aud Sarah Barnaul, who hitherto had is conoequently better oft' thereby. Mr. stood, like little sentinels at Eden's gates, Nave bought of Mrs. Monroe Brown, in snowy while with baskets of pink carnow Mrs. Sallie Price, of Lexington, in nations. scene which burst 1SS2, 159 acres, and it is this tract that upon tlieir view will never fade from lias fal'en short SI acres in the survey. the minds ef those who beheld it. Let When Mr. Nave purchased the land u? contemplate for a moment the un- from Mrs. Price the survey was made by usual spectacle before the solemn words the late OUver Htiggins, and as the time are said and the tableau melts away into of limitation has run out it is very likely the mists of memory. Mr Neave will not get a cent, which will The semi-circle of beautnul women make him lose, counting the amount and handsome men, arrayed for the paid for the land, interest aud taxes, bridal, stood motionless, brought into about $3,000. hold relief by the huge wreath of palms Lathi.. The Climax interviewed and banks of roses and smilax in the Mr. Bogg yesterday and he says: "It background. Over all innumerable can- is a mistake about my plot falling dles shed their mellow liht, reviving short 31 acres. Mr. Neave is the loser traditions, perchance, of that first mat-riaof the 31 acres, on the Mrs. Brown on the wine spot when modem survey, purchased 17 years ago upon artificial lights weru uuknown. The an old survey. I got my 200 acres, scene was strikingly effective and stamps but Mr. Neave loses his 31." the tableau wedding the acme of beauty in The bad gas on the streets is said to be home ceremonies. But the end must come ah, the beginning, if you will, for due to a condensation at the burner; this the Rt. Rev. Bishop Burton, of this Epis- afterwards freezes and 6tops the flow of copal Diocese, stepped forward and ce- gas. While taking this recess the commented the two young hearts in the holy pany should arrange to clean the glass bonds of wedlock. The ceremony, which in these lamps which are very dirty. was as beautiful and impressive as im aginable. wasaugmented b the use of the golden circlet, and as the groom repealed the magic words, "with this ring I do thee wed." the praers of the Should ba In every family friends went up to Heaven for a life medicine chest and cery traveller's grip. They are of unspeakable happiness for the beauti'malaable when the stomach ful bride and her handsome husband. is out ot order; cure headache, Wllrmsnens, and The ceremony over, Mrs. White ell liver troubles. Jlild and efficient, 25 cents, played Mendellslion's march as the briLTnlike most proprietary medicines, the dal procession filed into the dining room formulae of Dr. J. C Ayer's Sarsaparilla d and were seated at a table and other preparations are cheerfully decorated in green and white, overspread sent to any physician who applies for by a canopy of smilax, white satin rib- them. Hence the special fSror accorded bons and roses dependiug from the ceil- thee n standard remedies by ing. The bride'scake, heart-bhape- d and the World's Fair commissioners. It a mammoth triumph of the pastry art, graced the center of the table, surmount Tetter, and Eczema. ed by a bell which was ever and anon The intense itching and smarting incirung by a tiny enpid. The supper was dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and supeib. Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases The costumes were ver beautiful, the have been permanently cured by it. It bride being attired in a pure white satin is equally efficient for itching piles and evening dress en traiue, with a bertha of a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chilblains, real lace. Her veil wa3 caught over her chapped hands, eyes. 25 frost bites cts. per box. and chronic sore forehead by a large spray of diamonds, the, gift of the groom, and she carried Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are lillics of the. valley and a gorgeous bou- just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and quet of white roses. vermifuge. They are not food but Miss Tribble, carrying white carna- medicine and the best in use to put a tions, wore a white Paris muslin horse in prime condition. Price 25 decollette, trimmed with broad white on3 per package satin. At the throat and hem were "James Howard Boggs' views on ruflles of muslin, lending a fleecy effect. finance are: any man who justly All the other gowns were the same. owes a dollar and will not pay it, has In view of a recent bereavement in the stolen a dollar, and is liable to steal fpmily only near realatives were invited, another if given an opportunity. which was a source of deep regret, es- Over 200 owe mo and tlieir names pecially to the bride whose popularity will be made public in the near fuwould otherwise have warranted, what ture if they don't come to time." she always desired, a large wedding. ad It Nevertheless the gifts "were numerous Fifty-thre- e people were overcome by and cosily and attested the high esteem the cold at Chicago and one person was in which the conple are held. The bride has always been a favorite in so- frozen to death. Tho Mcst .Tatal Disease. ciety, her beauty, her sincerity, her intellect, and her sweet dispositon atIt is not generally known that more taching friends to her w itii ease every- adults die of Kidney trouble than any where she went. Mr. CorzeTius is one of other disease. When the first symptoms the proprietors of the Hotel Glyndon, of this disease appear no time should be one of the best conducted aud most pop- lotiu taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which ular hostelries in the State. He is a son is guaranteed or inoney refunded. feb3-lof F. Corzelius and a nephew of Miss Mary Matthews, a lady whose life has A note has been received at Owens-hor- o been one of devotion to gqod works, and telling of the alleged suicide of much of the high moral tone of her Willie Stites in Missouri. nephew is duo to her motherly training. Incipient lonsmptuHi is cured with Dr. Mr. Corzelius has traveled extensively Bell' Pine Tar Honey. Inflammation is and is known all over the Union and is lungs is well liked by all. He come3 of excellent allayed and the clogging of the ancestry, his forefathers having fought iu 9toppcd. "When this is accomplished the road to health is a straight oue Get a the Revolution, whilst Gladness Comes j55JSjV t--. Tk fv -.- Prevent sickness and sate doctor's bills at this seasim by keeping your blood richandpuruwi.il Hood's Sarsaparilla. It A coic man killed Mrs. Benning in Ch'nat."' i i lay morning and shot him-Pf- lf fata !v Is The Knife Reached The Very Heart's Core. 3M& ----- Catarrh in tho Heed a dangerous disease. It mny lead blood-Hood's Former Prices Not Recognized. otefei.t9.tgoiiiiMO.ttoi(itotMi.itiiiiMititi -a directly to consumption. Batarrh is caused by impure blood, and the true way to cure h is by purifying the Sarsaparilla cures catarrh because it removes the cause of it by purifying the blood. Thousands testify that they have been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. well-informe- Hood's Pills are Duroly vegetable and do not purge painorgripe. 33r"Alldiug-gist- . 2oc. It matd-of-hono- r. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is known by its works The experience of half a century proves that no other preparation of the kind stops coughing and allays itritation of the throat and bronchil tubes no promptly and effectually as this. It A prominent minister in Georgia wis drowned in a vat in a deserted tan yard. s(0(S The Greatest Cut Price Clearance Sale Ever Instituted in Richmond is Now on at ........ .. In Two. .EB-BSS EEP ; tn IK J i - iii ?i m if i Glad Tidings to Asthma Suffcrero. Foley's Honev and Tar gives quick and positive relief to all catcs BSyW. G. feb3-lWhite. A barn in Pike countv burned and two tramps were roasted alive. ni Thousand of Dollars WTT,Z this Great Cut Price Clearance Sale to make room for our Spring purchases, some of which are coming in daily. mmmixmmmmmmmKwammm?mmmB3ammaammnmmBKmimmMmjimM M JtmuiiaMmmmmmmmmatmmrrmaitmammmmmmmmammmmamma 200-acr- Statistics show that thousands of inus fants and children yearly die of croup We do not exaggerate w hen wc state that every one of these innocents could have been saved had Foley's Honey and Tar been given them in time. Can you afford to be without it in your household? JCSTW. G. White. feb'l lm mem-bramo- All We Have Left in Cloaks Are as follows: A.f g Fire caused a loss of $50,000 at Kansas City. know that FOLEY'S S0S7EY and TAR is absolutely the best remedy for all disease of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dealers are authorized to guarrntee it to give satisfaction iu all cases. 5STW. G. White. One lot of $6 and $7 Jackets, good styles, will be closed at $2.98. One lot or ;;;12.50, $14.50 aud $16.50 plain cloth and Aslican Silk lined Jackets will be closed at $5 98 choice. We have a lot of long Jackets, pood material, former price $G, $8.50, $10 and 12.50, we will closo 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, can buy them now atone price to close, 5.98 for choice. u XW YniTshould A One lot of 5 Overcoats for men will be closed at 2.98. One lot of Long Black Ulster Overcoats, former price 7.50 will be closed at 4.50 The Boy's Overcoats will be closed at 75c, 1 and 1.50 each, former price from 1.50 to 3 50 a piece. OVERCOATS. feb3-l- m A John Clark, formerly an editor at' Ilopkius ille, is dead. to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest manner and disagreable as well. To cleanse the system and break up colds, headaches, and evers without unpleasant after effects, use the delightful liquid laxative remedy. Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by Califorfebo-lnia Fig Syrup Company. d, The Modern Commends itself to the "v7a7 ge One lot of nice 10-- 4 Blankets will be closed at 45c a pair, former price 98cc. We have just closed for one of the largest Blanket Mills in the United States a lot of very fine 1 14 and 1 all wool Blankets. We have not shown anything as nice this season, they are worth 7.50 and 9.50 per pair, we will close them in this sale at 3.48 and 4.25 per pair as long as they last. 2-- 4 ::? "3ro"cr nsT-S-SiD 'vu7"Z3sr:rEEs W. M. Kirby of Garrard died Wednesday of heart disease. Now is the time to buy it as the prices are cut half in two. Remnants of all kinds will be given out at a satisfactory price, there will be no lagging back waiting for better prices, it will be a rush to get thern, first come first served will be our motto. Deafness Cannot "be Cured well-wishi- Pills heail-siiape- well-know- Salt-Rhen- m by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is cured by an inflamed condition or the mucous lining of the Eustacean Tube. When this tube is infl lined you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the.result.nnd unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tuhe restored to its normal condition, hearing will he destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed couditiou of the mucous sn i fates. "Ve will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot ho cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send far circulars; free. F. J. CHENEY & C, Toledo. 0, feb3-l6FSold by Druggist, 75c. m w??vi Get In The Band! n Wc mgOM9 2S?Or follow the procession, Don't miss the good things, others will get them." . pi n We have 2,500 yds of beautiful Satteens worth 15c. a yd. 6 c. that will close in this sale at a yd. these make beautifulcomfo rts as well as dresses. C3 i& ifelilil Jiiii3e23j.i!B!? NOTIIIXG RESERVED. L-ic- e DDi p upspfep Men's Heavy Kip Boots, full stock, former price 2 and 2.50, will be closed at 1.50. Men's good Boots, former price 1.50 and 1.75 per pair will be closed at 100. Shoes, sizes 8 will be closed at 75c. these goods sold at One lot of Ladies' Oi! Gr.iin Front 1.2.5. One lot of Ladies' Oil Grain Button and Lace Shoes, worth 1,.25, will be closed at 85. Children's Shoes and Men's Heavy Shoes will be closed at prices to suit you,ome and get them. 3-- Y ip-BB- Win. Colton, a drummer, killed his wife and himself at Cleveland, Ohio. Yonr Present Noed Is pure, rich blood, and a strong and health v body, because with the approach of spring and the beginning of warmer weather your physical system will undergo radical changes. All the impurities which have accumulated during colder weather must now to expelled or serious consequences will result. The one true hlood purifier prominently in is Hood's Sarsapathe public eye to-d- s0S Pants, Suits, Etc. One lot of Men's Imported Corduroy Pants will be closed at 1.48 worth 2.50, One lot of Men's Lined Jeans Pants will be closed at 48c. per pair. ' One lot of Men's Fleeced Lined Ribbed Undershirts, satin front, pearl buttons, extra heavy, fiat seam and cable sewed will be closed at 29c. each. One lot of Men's Black Chiviot Suits, former price 5, will be closed at 2.98. One lot of Children's Union Suits allsizes will be placed on the counter at 29c. a suit, we sold thesii goods all season at 50 and G5e. a suit. A lot of Ladies' Ribbed Pants worth 39 and 50c. per pair wilfbe closed at 17c. per pair. We sell a Double Kneed Seamless Black ilose for children, all sizes, for 10c. a pair. We sell Ladies' Black Hose, 5c. a pair. We have a lot of Fine Seamless Ladies' Grey Hose (nits and lice pattern) to close, at 7c. pair. Jm r rilla. ItB record of cures is unequalled. Its sales are tho largest in the world. A few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla will prepare you for spring by pur; tying and enriching your blood and toning and infeb3-lvigorating your whole system. jskE2!?"'s t5 The op'era house block in durned Thursday night. Madison-vill- e 3S. ) We sell a ,cood yard wide Bleach Cotton at 5c, yd. Ream Good Note Paper for 10c. .Hope Londale Bleach Cotton Cc. a yard. Knitting Silk 5c aepool. Green Ticket Londale 6 a yard. Tho largest Turkish Towel made for 10c. Masonville and Fruit of the Loom Bleach Cot-- s White Clover Leaf Towel for 10c. Get our ton 7c. a 3'ard. A Lirge Nice Towel for 5c. 10-Unbleached Sheeting 10c. a yard. Geniva Aluminum Chimbles for lc. each. H0-- 4 Bleach Sheeting (Pepperell) 16 yd. Amber Shell Hairpins 5c. a dozen. Tortoise Shell Hairpins 10c. a box, nice quality. Trion Mills AAA Brown Cotton, 5c. a yd. 3 Spools Best Spool Colton 10c. H H r-- m I have given Chamberlaiu's Cough .Remedy a fair test and consider it one of the very best remedies for croup that I have ever fouudv Oue dose hasalways been sufficient, although I use it freely. Any cold ray children contract yields very readily to this medicine. I can conscientiously recommend it for croup and colds in children. Geo. E. Wolff, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Fornandina, Fla. SoldbyW.G. White, Kichmond, ' feb3-lKp. m fii SK 5 1 4 t . Vs... i ' l-- 2e 'X: , 4 l-2- c. Princeton, Ky., had a $35,000 fire day morning. - Fri- French his mother nt Poison3 engendered by food ferment- -' ing iu a dyspeptic stomach are the direct cause of rheumatism, gout, bronchitis, liver and kidney complaints, asthma, pneumonia aud many nervous ailments. These results prevented bythe use of the Shaker Digestive Cordial, a remedy discovered aud prepared by the Shakers of Mount Lebanon,'. Y: It is in itself Edith Gentry, colored, died on Sun a food and has power to digest other day, at "Kansas" Joe Gentry's and food taken with it- - Thus it rests the was buried in the Richmond cem- diseased stomach and final. masters the etery on Sunday in a black silk dress the worst cases of dyspepsia. It acts porary insane. t II which sho bought and paid for her- promptly and fresh strength and increase A few months ago, Mr. Bryon F.very, self, at a cost of $3 per yard, and laid of weight soon follows. The first dose, ot Woodstock, Mi, h, was badly afflicted it away to be buried in. taken immediately after eating, abates with rheumatism. v His right leg was Deceased was 82 years of ago and the pain and distress sodreaded by dys Bwolien the full length, causing him body else. We. want to clothe you the I of a wide-awak- e had seen six generations of tho Gen- peptics. Tril. bottle enough to prove great suffering. Ho advised to try coining season and will save you money j lawyer, and considering theso facts try family in onohouso. Sho origiits merit 10 jceuls. Chamberlain's Pain Bairns Tho first; aud you can count on what we say, and in connection with what wo know of nally belonged to Martin Gentry, bottle of it lielpecthim considerably anil bear this in mind when you want cloth - ' Capt. Curd we venture to prophesy it then to Josiah Gentry, afterwards to Lasol is the beet medicine ibr children. thesecoiuLbottlo effected? a euro Tho jug. We are "ready or you ptov. Gov- - to b?i a now and prosperous law iirn. Martin, then to Josiah, and then to Doctors recommended jtin place of Castor 25 and 50 cent sizes are ior'gmle by VT G. jngton i-- Mitchell. r feb3-l- m hn Somerset Somerset Paragon, "Kansas" Gentry. White, HicbraondKy", A -m ' s J ' was the belle of Georgia and Iter father twice its Governor. Mr. and Mrs. Corzelius are spending tlieir houeymoon in the South where they will visit many places and be absent several weeks. Returning they will reside in the handsomest department in the Glyndon, fitted out for tlieir use by the indulgent aunt of the groom. It is needless to say that a thousand welcomes await them, and that ttie blessings of all their friends attend them. Bought Her Ovrn Shroud,. bottle to-d- ay. It Circuit Court will begin Monday at Georgetown. The docket is rather lighter than usual. Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredericks-towMo , was troubled with chronic diarrhoea for over thirty years. He had become fully satisfied that it was only a question of a short time until he would have to give it up. He had been treated by some of the best physicians in Europe and America but got no permanent relief. One day he picked up a. newspaper and chanced to read an advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol?ra and Diarrhoea Remedy. He got a bottle of it, the first dose helped him and its continued use cured him. For sale by W. G. White, Richmond, Ky. feb3-lThe chief of Chattanooga's fire department committed suicide while temn, We Have JllsI Opened And placed on sale the prettiest line of Hambergs, Embroideries, Laces, White Goods and Percales ever shown in thh city. Our 81 3c. line of Percales is a strong one and they arc going out rapidly, they are worth 10 and 12c. per yard elsewhere. Our Fine Cambric Percales are the prettiest thing ever shown over our counters. Good Calicoes at 4c. a yard. We have just opened a beautifuL line of calicoes of all kinds. Thov are as pretty as percales, come aud see then. i Our Spring Stock of Carpets, Oil Cloths and Mattings are being opened op. We haven't room to give prices here, but will guarantee to Eave you money on anything you buy in this department and show you the most complete line in the city. V Tj552L iv VySi' ' Thanking yon for pa9t patronagojand hoping that you may avail yourselves of the many many good things we are uow ofterin, "We are respt., litv W- - D. 0LDHAM & CO. s i : i -- -V U -- Jl VuL.i tit,--' ,x& Jft,V r --- S.llSlil3JrP ': 3-- - ' ' ,sa---- T Mi f'- - -- 5 cJ.JU ii 1i JLU w s H11 cw . t" 1 II. jj' 7s . f 30. & '- - 3kr -- v- dr"' -- - '- - KENTUCKY Tfc NEWS. NINE MEN Bettered to Have Been lVost LEXINGTON ASYLUM. UtMl Haws Trom AH Parte of Commonwealth. SENATORSHIP. Ilradlay IJkrly to Settle It By Ap-Oe. polatlnjclaaj. Aadrew Wood. FsAMKroBT, Ky., Feb. L The goa-al- p have it that the senatorial contest in the Itlue tiraas stale is to be simplified by Got. 1'ratllejr appointing Maj. Audrcw T. Wood, of MU Sterling, to be senator and take chances on the senate giving him a seat. Uor. ltraJlcy and Maj. Wood have long been friends, and it was the jocrnor' influence more than any other Individual's which helped to nominate th major for governor iu !)!. Major Wood's friends Axe'urginghim for the position of United Slates internal revenue commissioner, and promise strong backing if he will consent to accept, lie is a leading man of the state, and is well known throughout lilue Urassdom. KENTUCKY -- Institution May It Dultad. FnANKrojrr, Ky., Feb. 1. One thing to be urged on the extra legislative session will be a. bdl creating a state commission to hate complete and sole control of the penitentiaries asylums and other institutions of the State It is probable that the democratic members of the assembly will feel inclined to refuse to relieve the republican ofllcial of a part of their rvsponsi-bditlc- s in the middle of their terms of oSice. A fatal Fight. Fuamkijsc. Ky.. Feb. 1. Hailey Eid-so- u and Lovell Whitcmdes engaged in a fight on the public square here Sunday. Whttftiilrs used a knife with such deadly effect that it is thought Eidson can not recover. After being separated Kidson securel a pistol, and. re? turning, shot Whiteside.s, killing him instantly. Whitcsides is the son of a L Klurky Inspector Lester Still Invvstlcatlot the Fmaklihw No. 8 8ank la Oreen River. Charges Aratott USiclals. teleIIexderson, Ky., Jan. LcxisaTON, Ky., Jan. 29. State Asyphone message received here "Wednes- lum Inspector Lester is continuing his day night announced that late Wed- work f investigation of the charges nesday afternoon the Oreen river preferred against Dr. Scott, superinpacket Peankishovr No. 8, while tendent of the Bastern Kentucky asytaking a barge to Green river lum, by Mrs. Cantrill, and also of the was struck by ic and sunk. The charges against Assistant Physician accident is said to have taken Bhorer. place near Howell, and four of the 13 In an interview. Dr. Scott said: men aboard are said to have jumped There is nothing in all this muddle, on the barge, which was cut away and which was brought about by Mrs. floated down. One was the Peankr-show'- s Miss. Cecil was subjected to no commander, Capt. Server. The improper treatment. It is true other nine men arc presumed to have she refused to eat, and we were been lost. to apply the strait-jackforced Henderson was directed to be on the just as we would to any other perlookout for the barge, but up to midson confined in the institution. We, night nothing of it had been seen. of course, could not give her all the The river is running very heavy with comforts that her sister requested, but ice and the night is fearfully cold, so we showed her every attention, and that there, is little hope that any of did even more than is expected of a I do not know the men will be able to survive the state institution. night if they are held out in the river whether or not Mrs. Cantrill is in any as now seems certain they are. way responsible for the stories conThe barge was seen at Howell, it is cerning my son, who was supervisor, stated, but too late to be of any help. and Dr. Rhorer, Thomas, nor have I Scores of men are carrying torches anything to say regarding their conalong the river bank, and every effort duct. will be made to locate the barge. CINCINNATI BROKERS 28.----- Whrs the LadJes Who Suffer REFUSED BOYLE. He Was Implicated With a Mob That PARDON , fijia! m -frHif?iilfrUiBra From any, corrjplalot peculiar to their sex such as Profuse, Painful, Suppressed or Irregular Menstruation, are soon restored to health by Bradfield's Female Regulator. Can-tril- L et It Is a combination of remedial agents which have been used with the greatest success for njore than 25 years, and known to act speciFire at MadlsnnTllle. fically with and on the organs of Ky., Jan. 30. Fifty Lexixotox, Aenstruatlon, ana worth of property recommended for thousand dollars flames at Madison-villwas consumed by such complcirjts in Hopkins county, Friday mornonly, it never falls ing. For a time it looked as if the Uradley Friday afternoon refused a pardon to Lee Boyle, a .Marion county farmer, who is awaiting trial, charged with having participated la the mob which killed William Deevers and Mra West and burned the house which they occupied. Boyle had one trial which resulted in a hung jury, and a pardon was asked on the ground the the commonwealth would be nnable to convict. Fbaxkfort, Committed Murder. Ky., Jan. Gov. V3Vf In the Toils I raJlraraiiraraJ . E?r3J- rami ranv tJ Ul Ll . g 7pijjjB?MyjrJMfJBgMrfB IBSSillSllllpijliajai I -- "- -. I I I aiJBjgMjgijlJffiiMl!MSliI; MMsJeliMlMiJlJsJap NEW YEAR. 1 1897 j ; ' jfjrl mm a hacking, racking,, rasping cough that irritates th: lungs and leads to dire results. It is in such cases that of a cough ; DR. BELL'S il pa il m T OUR L,IINE OF e, Pine -T- ar-Honey HUNTER CALLED TO CANTON. Report That He Will Be Asked to From the Senatorial "Ree. Wlth-dm- w Qeavr looser El h El H tion was received day from Washington that Congressman W. Godfrey Hunter had been summoned to Canton for the purpose of an interview regarding the senatorial situation in Kentucky. The request was made " through an Ohio'congressman. A republican who is concerned in the matter says that Mr. McKinley will urge Dr. Hunter to withdraw from the senatorial race on the ground that otherwise the chance of electing a republican senator before the extra session of the enwill be congress federal prominent merchant. dangered. He says further that Dr. Hairliall ror Lexington. Hunter will be advised to work up the T.KXlOTO!i, Ky.,Feb. 1. An effort is contest against John S. Rhea for his s basebeing made to form a seat in congress. The request .for the ball club in Lexington. It is proposed visit is said to be purely in the interfrom 55.1(00 to S7.000, which is est of harmony, and not because the to raise believed to be sufficient to obtain a president-elec- t desires to take sides. good niue. If the movement ts carried ont the Lexington club will be a memKENTUCKY GIRL e league. ber jjl the Choked Into Intenitbtlitr and Outraged Wars. by a Kecru A Poise In Pursuit. rim Fir Iu T.V.XIMUON, Ivy., Feb. I. Fire threatFulton, Ky , Jan. 2S. Miss Lydia ened to destroy Athens, ten miles east Carver, daughter of John of here, Sunday morning. Two houses Carver, a prominent farmer who lives were destroyed and two damaged. three miles north of Fulton, was chok-s- n Loss Si.ooe, with no insurance. This into Insensibility Wednesday by a is the lirot fire Athens nas had for fif- Negro and outraged. Mr. Carver had teen year. yonc to a neighbor's about a mile distant. Miss Carver went to the barn I'rom Thlrd-S- t iry Window. for eggs. Entering the building she Txinisviu.R. Ky., Fob. 1. Cora was thrown from a window in was seized by the Negro, who choked the third story of a building at Sixth her into insensibility and criminally and ISrcen streets at noon Saturday, or assaulted her. Parties were out Wedshe jumped. She will die. Salltc nesday night scouring the country. is suspected by the police of Tli Jicloou and Wall tie Calvs. throwing the girl out. Fbakfobt, Ky., Jan. 28. Judge li t W. K. Cn'p. Pavnter. who has the records, is mak- Louisvillk, Ky., FeK 1. W. N. Ing a careful review of the Jackson Culp, general agent of the freight atid and Walling cases and of the petitions coal department of the Louisville and for rehearings. The delay in handing Nashville railroad, diel at Mobile at down a decision, while it would seem A o'clock Sun-lamorning of heart to have some significance, is believed to hare none, as Judge Paynter controuble. Le was 4C years, of age. curred in Judge Hizeirigg's opinion afA llurnrd to Death. Judge I'ayu-terfirming the two cases. ScnoKNT. Ky., Feb. 1. A little division of the court will sit child of John Tenior was burned to death at its home in Tike Thursday, and it is bslieveJ ho will county, and its mother w.is also burned, then overrule the petitions for rehearperhaps fatally, while trying to ex- ings. Mnrderd fnr It's Money. tinguish the flames. first-clasTri-StatFitz-patrick Ma-lnn- cy Louisville, Ky., Jan. Informahere Wednes23. Lexixgto.v, Ky., Jan. 29. The rather sudden departure from this city last Saturday afternoon of William A. Newcomb, manager of the Lexington board of trade, doing a heavy business with McDonald, Loser & Asbbrook, of Cincinnati, has developed a lively sensation in the business world, and has caused the issuance of a warrant against him on criminal charges. Instead of placing the trades with the Ohio firm, Newcomb put them up his sleeve, and, as a result, the Cincinnati brokers are paying off about S700 to Lexington customers. A warrant has been issue I for Newcomb. Detectives are after him, and if found he will be brought back and prose. cuted. STABBED TO THE HEART. Fatal Quarrel Orrr a Girl at a Dance Near prture From bv Xevrcomb's Sadden De- - Lexington. account of the heavy snow covering house tops its spread was prevented. Ray's Opera house and five or six adjoining buildings were destroyed. girl just budding Partially insured. Brown's Fight Against .Liwyer. Into womanhood Fbaxkfort, Ky., Jan. 30. Gov. when Menstruamorning filed petitions tion is Scant, Sup- Brown Friday in the mandamus cases for rehearing pressed, Irregular of Mayor Julian and Re id Rogers, at-v or Palnf ul, and torneys, against the governor, to comall delicate worsen should use it, pel him to sign an account for payment as Its tonic properties l)ave a won- of fees for legal services engaged by General Hendricks. Tho derful Influence In toning up and lawyers have won on all legal steps so strengthening the system by driv- far. ing through the proper channels Year. Aetnrns After Thirty-Si- x all impurities. Middlesboro, Ky., Jan. 30. Thirty-ci- x "A daughter of one of my customers missed years ago Wash Morgan, of Hyden, menstruation from exposure sad cold, and on and told orrivlmj at puberty her hoalth was completely Ky., bade his wife good-b- y wroctoa, until she tvss twenty-foa- r years of going to Covington. He age, when upon my recommendation, toe nsed her he was returned Monday, having been in Caliono bottle of Cradflold'a Fomalo Regulator, completely retorinc her to health." fornia. When he left Leslie county ho 3. W. Helltjus, Water Valloy,Mls. had nine children. He now has 36 grandchildren and seven THE BaaDFlCLD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, QA. ' restore the health of the suffering woman. It should be taken by the to give relief and. the town would be destroyed, but on FURNIT URE CHEAP! l Islrfej M1 proves its wonderful efficacy. The cause of the trouble is eradicated the irritation is allayed the lnngs are healed and strengthened and cold leaves the system as snow disappears before the. sunshine of spring. Lr. Bell's Is an in- fallible remedy lor &11 lung ami bronchia It at'sc, 60c and 11.00 a bottle, or will be sent upon receipt of price. seU Tin It ft Bd Is now complete with all the LATEST STYLES, 'life iSfl "rHJia Forget vin.fr - 9 ' 1 150Ugs 27-2- t : E. SothtrU.il HedldM Cfc, raoaaa, tj. .TriiS il! Our We have the Largest and Nicest Line cf ROCKERS ever brought to the City. Suites make happy homes. Our Springs and Mattresses cause you to ro home early. O.ir Folding Beds will not hurt you. Our Folding Couches afford the greatest pleasure. Our Wire Cots don't fail to see. are great variety. Our Secretaries and Book-case- s Our Side boards all new and handsome. s will just finish your hall Our Hat-rackM H llg you regret lip Our Diners arefo comfortable the children lea allthe table. day. quiet Our small Kocken- keep G i: I l.'LJ , READY TO ' 60LO BY ALL DRUGGISTS 25-- 24 AT SI PER BOTTLE. UPPLY THE TRAD Oar factor' on d Street in is now running, and wo are prepared to fill orders for twist of the Tiicli-mon- I l)-i- I ! Foor-Y"ar-O- Itl four-year-o- ld 's 1. The thermometer registered 13 degrees below zero at 5 o'clock Saturday morning. This is the coldest weather ever known here. The Sandy river is closed. Kivrr Cloteii. Ky., Feb. Cati.ettkbubg, lipid 'Without 1J.II. 0i.A5OOTr, Ky , Nancy Feb. l. Chase, colored, accused of poisoning her husband at Glasgow Junction has had her examining trial. She was E ?JL & generally known that he had several hundred dollars on his person. There is much excitement over the affair. A Call for Troop. held to the circuit court without bail. Fkankfobt, Ky., Jan. 2S. Gov. M.dlaufl KtlW4y 2le Confirmed. Bradley received a letter from th 1. Judge FitANKFOKT. Ky , Feb. jailer of Warren county saying thai Cantrill Saturday morning confirmed Dinning, the Negro who killed Farmei the sale of the Kcntuck- Midland rail Conn, who was leading a white cap road, which was recently bought in by party. Lad been removed to Franklin, the bondholders for $150003. Simpson county, and asking the gov ernor to protect the prisoner against Killed bjr a Train. Owessbobo. Ky., Feb. L George lynching. The governor has placed s Sch.o-ser- , a grocery man in this city, company of troops at the disposal of while walking on the railroad Sunday the sheriff of that county. was struck by a passenger train and Burned to a Crlip. insLintlr killed. New Kok, Ky., Jan. 2S The newi Colriett Morninc for Tear. reached here from Cumberland Moun McKinmiv. Ky., Feb. L Saturday tains, about forty-fiv- e miles from here, wb6 the coldest morning here for sev- that two children, one the child of Dan eral years, the mercury registering 7 Elkins and the other a visitor, were degrees below zero at 7 o'clock. burned to death in a fire, which destroyed the room in which the chilThrown From 11 a Hon. Ky., Feb. 1. John B. dren were sleeping, at Dan Elkins' Middlksboro. years, was thrown home, last Sunday night. Hudncll. aged from a horse Sunday and seriously inChild Horned to Death. jured. Veb8A.iixes, Ky., Jan. 2S. White-fielOrnr 1O0 Yem O.rf. aged two years, son of Burley WniTESBUKO, Feb l. Aunt Rachel Iiackney, caught fire from a gratt Craft, who wai over 103 years old, died Wednesday and was burned to death at her home o 1 grippe. The mother was dangerously burned in trying to save the child. The Mritrnons Intlrmirjr Inmate. Mooke's Hill, Ind., Feb. 1. The aged woman who died recently at the TV t tie ft or the Trait Fond. infirmary at Sprtngfieid is believed to Louisville, Ky., Jan. 27. During be Nancy Taylor, who disappeared the hearing of the argument on th; from the Dearborn county infirmary motion to discharge the receiver of the years ago. It was learned that a wom- Uermania Safety Vault and Trust Co. an answering her description and the sensational statement was made whose clothes were marked "Dearborn that only $9,000 can be realized on the County Infirmary," was in the infirm--ar- y 5120,000 worth of trust funds held by O She has relaat Springfield, the company. The remainder had tives living in Chicago at present. been deposited with the defunct German national bank. J. M. McKnight, Crooked UankOmcer S ctenced. both bank Dexter, . CoL, Feb, L Saturday president ofprepared a and trust comstatement, in morning Judge Hallett, in the United pany, has sentenced C IL Dow, which he says that he did not conspire States court, to wreck the trust company. former president of the Commercial bank of this city; S. It. McCiurken, Heavy Ice In the Ohio It Tor. teller, and Dr. O. E. Miller, customer Louisville, Ky.t Jan. 27. Heavy and resident of Chicago, to the peni- ice ii running in the Ohio river and tentiary at Leavenworth, Kas., for two more days of extreme weather wrecking the bank. Dr. Miller was will gorge the river in the narrow sentenced to ten years, Dow to seven places between Louisville and Cincinyears and McCiurken to five years. nati and cause the suspension of navigation. The upper and lower Ohio Deadly Dnel ltttwrec Itival Jovrr. Rose Clare, 111., Feb. 1. John river packets did not venture out TuesCieaver and Ester Jones, rival lovers, day afternoon on account of the ice met on the public highway in a lonely and laid up in the canal. It is turning colder rapidly and river men fear the wood and began firing upon each other. 'J he men were mounted. Cleaver worst. Mrs. Mary Qalnn Dead. was killed and Jones will die. V" Lexixotox, Ky., Jan. 27. Mrs. Mary Cat In u. Itotr. Throat E.Qainn. Fbaxkfort, Ky., Jan. 27. Ike Wil of central one of the best known women Kentucky.died of pneumonia liams, a porter at the Capitol hotel, cut Peter Knight's throat from ear tc at St, Joseph's hospital. Siie was the ear in a row. Knight will die. Wil- mother of Thomas, James, John and bookliams and Knight quarreled over Charley Qainn, the money at a gambling table. Both are makers, who are en route from San Francisco, having been apprised of colored. their mother's illness Saturday night. Tramped Throarh the Snow. Ewixo, Ky., Jan. T7. The dwelling The funeral will not take place until of Thomas Paynes was destroyed by the sons arrive. Big Deal for the Sale or Yearling. fire Monday night. The family had Lexixotox, Ky., Jan. 27. The Amerjust time to escape in their night clothes. They wore compelled to walk ican Ho.-s- exchange, of New York, has bagged the bi-- j game in the thorougha mile in their bare feet in the snow. bred yearling market, and from now a Hemp CtQ Wot Lexixotox, Ky., Jan. 27. Leslie on its will be a case of hustle with the Eastern Co. and other corCombs, 3oL R. C. Morgan and It W. marketing thoroughbreds. McReery leff for Waihington Tuesday poration sight to appear again before the way The American Horse exchange has for and means committee in support of a its directory such men as W. K. and F. W. Vanderbilt protective tariff on foreign fibers. t d, well-know- Kussellvillk, Ky., Jan. 23 Wil liam Izer, 45 years old, a wealthy nier chant of Krisburg, this county, wi3 found dead on the public road about one mile from his home Wednesday morning. There were several scars on his head, and it is the general opinion that he was foully dealt with, as it wa Aentaokr B&erisr fce Is Satermlned to Protect b Negro From a Mob. BowL-iNGbeex, Ky.. Jan. 2G There was excitement here all day Monday over seemingly well founded reports Greenup, Ky. that a mob would attack the WarGRErxur, Ky Jan. 23. John Wingo ren county jail some time begive a dance in this county Wednesday fore Tuesday morning and lynch night. While the ball was in progress the Negro Dinning for the murder h j and Thomas Bradley quarreled over of young Leon Conn. The jail was who should dauco the next set with placed under a strong guard, and so Siliy Ann l'ennington, one of the pret- thoroughly alarmed did the officials tiest girls present. Bradley whipped become that they distributed arms out a big knife and stabbed Wingo to among some of the prisoners, with inthe heart, killing him almost instantly. structions to assist in the defense of Ke escaped. A large possa of Wingo's the jail should the mob friends are searching for him, and say the strong outer doors and break down get into the they will hang him when caught. corridors. The prisoners armed are, of course, WalltnE Making Ornaments. Coyisgtox, Ky., Jan. 29. Alonzo more trusty ones. The officials were Walling has become a maker of orna- determined that Warren county should ments. He got some silk and wire not be disgraced by a lynching, prefrom some friends, and Thursday he ferring even that the prisoners should kill some of the mob. Vegan to shape them into "what-nots,- " to be hung on chandeliers. He pre- Bondholder May Lose Their Holding. sented the first one to Mrs. Weighaus, Louisville, Ky., Jan. 20. The bondwife of the jailer. Jackson became holders of the Richmond, Nicholas-vill- e interested in Waiting's work, and soon & Irvine railroad will probably was helping in the work. It is sus- lose their entire holdings by the reorpected that Walling wants to sell the ganization of the Louisville, New Alarticles bany & Chicago railroad, which has been ordered to be sold for the benefit Covington Dry Goods Home Fall. Covixotox, Ky., Jan. 29. At 12::0 p. of its bondholders. The Richmond, m. Thursday Joseph C Urote, doing Nicholasville & Irvine road was bondbusiness as Grote Brothers, at 40 and ed for 51,000,000 and the bonds were in42 Pike street, assigned to Harvey dorsed by the Louisville, New Albany Myers. This is one of the largest dry & Chicago. No interest has been paid goods houses in Covington and has since 1891 and there is no provision for been established for nine years. The the payment of the bonds in the order assets and liabilities are estimated at given in Indianapolis for the sale oi 515,000 each. The cause of failure is the Monon property. Half a million of the bonds are held in Louisville. given as slow collections. O. P. Alford Assign. Official Indicted. Lexixotox, Ky., Jan. 26. O. P. AlLouisville, Ky., Jan. 29. President dov. M. G AlR. E. King, R. O. Breuer and J. E. ford, uncle of Leatherman, members of the board of ford, Monday filed a deed of assignaldermen, were indicted by the grand ment to CoL R. P. Stoll, for the jury Thursday afternoon. King is benefit of his creditors. No schedcharged with bribery and Leatherman ule of assets and liabilities was and Breuer with attempting to secure filed, but Mr. Alford's property is worth from 530,000 to 540,000. He money for their votes in the board. mule pens at New Orleans and Attorney Loclthart In Frankfort, sold them to planters. Later he en FitANKFOKT. Ky., Jan. 29. Col. M. R. gaged in the trotting horse business, Lockhart, of Newport, is here on busi- and when the crisis came in 1893 ho ness in the court of appeals. He said was caught for a goodly lot of money. bis presence here had no connection Oai Plant Sold. with the Jackson and Walling cases, Moxticello, Ky., Jan. though he was dally expecting to see erty of the Consolidated26. The propOil the petitions for rehearing in those Co., limited, was sold at publicand Gas auction cases overruled. Monday. It was bid in by O. H. Waddle for E. D. Sayre, George C White Passed Over the President's Veto. and William Tarr, of central 27. The house for 510,000. The purchasers Kentucky, 0 Washixotox, Jan. own has passed over the president's veto, out of the 559,000 bonded indebtedvote, the by more than a ness. This brings the cost of the bill to restore Jonahan Scott, of Os- property to its present total owners up to wego, Kas.. a veteran of the Fifth 548,000. Iowa cavalry, to the pension roll at the Ten Degree Uelow In Northoastera Kenrate of 872 a month. Jk. ex-Lieop-crat- ed circuit court Friday Judge Cantrill passed sentence on Charles Taylor, tho murderer of Nellie Stepp, entencing him to hang April 2. Taylor's attor neys have 'made np a bill of exception: and in the meantime will carry h: s case to the court of appeals. BarboursvllI Rioter l'unlshed. Fraxkfojit, Ky., Jan. SO. Adjt. Gen. Collier Friday afternoon made an official Fraxkfobt, Taylor Sentmced to Hang. Ky., Jan. 30. In the im1 i 1 of too much to mention each item and all that is necessary, is for you Our stock con.-to give iir- a call, and we can furniah you anylhiiij; .ou may wish for. - i; m "Mi m II feral ELS; ol C p I Our Undertaking Department is Always Complete. npvnntinrYnnnvnnnnnYrqrmnnrvv. UUUUUU UUUUUUWUUUUUU u (J I "1. "Pair M. ol " ul l U I Jitb" report to the governor in regard to the trouble in the military company at Barboursville Christmas night. The governor at once issued an order mustering the company out of service as a nunishment for the offense. put down in Floyd county, Kentucky, in the last two years. It is said that oil has heen found in paying quantities, although the wells have been plugged. It is thought that a pipe will soon be laid. bpre- - Killed Iloth. Brands, three grade?. "We can savo you money Send us a trial order; you will Espebe glad with our products. cially pleased to hear from country mer- im T) muiri ns umnsxru innsuxru xjTJxnjorunnnjuiri utjtjuiju UCHANAN AND mm j nrtn rum rLnnrtrin rLruirurnrvrLrtririxt. f -- f t ruxrLruLn ruT-xrvr- -ri - KPERSTflFF.l lFt, rtnjuirmrurtJtaniruijtriruruuT 51 ISJI-rJ chants. in- - Fraxkfort. Ky., Jan. oil wells have been Oil Vf ells In Floyd County. 30. Twenty-on- e White 0 R03, . ISflili j'fT-J- FURNITURE AND MORTICIANS. ts !ra?JlplpD1pZJa i W rrMr5Jgff5Jfrgjgp?. ifiHlJ? F TIT u flTnUT1''1 L. lk. Richmond. Ky. .Blraiag.rHlB.r&gffi-JarHiiaiTaB- 7HJ Q liEl 3JiU 3 Tb-1- , BRIDGEFORD'S ECONOMIST RANISt. SEE THEM! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE THEM! . Moxticeixo, Ky.. Jan. 3a Elmer Brents, son of lion. John A. Brents, of Albany, Ky., and Charles Seers, of that place, had been on a protracted spree, and wound up by drinking "hot drops." One died at 5 o'clock and the other at C o'clock Friday morning. The residence of John L. Kenshaw, of this county, was destroyed by fire with all its contents. The fire is supposed to have been of incendiary origin. The total loss is about $6,000. There was no insurance. SO. Kf il el ininiiH&iWr. jm ., ler'vcal vsr.i wf Ut) TiwrnV HiilR W5y in?! 5 Nq 'A'GJsSSi SSea i M-- " n -1 'HKJ? jr jr mtJ'Ji a u i- -h ji s"r m . SSTl j a . Bajj- fc h m - EE PATS THE And Embroideries Now on sale. We are ready Hopkixsville, Ky., Jan. Firebugs Hum a Residence. FREIGHT. . . . YOU PAY FOR THS . . to show you a beautiful line of White Goods at very low DRINKS. NO. mm?m KY. 8 SECOND STREET. RICHMOND. Miss Anne Finley, sister of Secretary of Fraxkfort, Death of Miss Anoe Flnley. Ky., Jan. 30. Pltone.No. 3. State Finley, died Friday night at Colorado Springs, Col., whero she had recently been taken for the benefit of her health. The Nevada senate Thursday passed the hill licensing glove contests, by a vote of 9 to 6. 1 he bill passed the assembly on Monday, and it is thought that the governor will sign it. m 18 JTHt- YORK WORLD o99 EDITION. 156 prices for good qnality. Onr aim Is to sell you good material cheap. We have the prettiest line in the city. THRICE- - Harems This Week In DRESS GOODS, FRENCH FLANNELS, TABLE It will LINENS, BLANKETS and COMFORTS. Pages a Week. Papers a Year. SOLD IN M 'Al sfe BY RICHMOND. THE Flour MARKETS. 538,-00- two-thir- At the beginning of the election contest cases at Weston it was not generally believed that anything of a startling nature would be developed, but when a leading official of the coun- n registered 10 degrees below zero early Monday morning. The minimum in the blue grass region was 2 degrees Louisville's lowest temperaty was called to the witness stand he below. degrees below zero at identified his ballot and stated upon ture was 2 oath yiat an erasure in the name of 7:30 a. m. At 11 p. m. the mercury the republican candidate for county stood at 2 above. clerk bad been made since he cast the Trust' "Full Confession." ballot. There is much comment. Fbaxkfobt, Ky., Jan. 26. William Truste, sentenced to prison here for The Chico (CaL) Enterprise says that perjury in the Scott Jackson case, has a young naval orange tree in that town written a statement which he labels has eight oranges, of which the larg- his full confession. In it he still est measures 14 Jf inches in diameter claims that Pearl Bryan died in Cinand the smallest UK inchei. cinnati and that he and a mysterious doctor drove in a cab with her body to Hxlf Clad and Starving. Eussellville, Ky., Jan. 29. An un- Ft. Thomas. He says'now that Scott known colored man was found near Jackson went, too. Ferguson Thursday morning nearly For Collector In the Firth. frozen and only half clad. He had had Fbaxkfort, Ky., Jan. 26. Deputy nothing to eat for two da s There is Register of Lz.nds Stanley Brown has much suffering among the poor of this entered the fight for collector in the city. Fifth district. Congressman John W. Lewis and Jas. F. Buck-ne- r Found Frozen. have heretofore been the leading Hopkixsville. Ky., Jan. 29. The dead body of Ben Dulin, an aged farm- candidates. Mr. Brown is said to have er, was found frozen stiff in the road the active support of Sherman. near Crofton Thursday morning. He TVooten Waives Kxamlnation. had left home to walk to Crofton, sevKy., Jan. ZG. The HorKiX3ViLLE, eral miles distant Wednesday night. examining trial of Thomas Wooten, charged with the murder of William Dr. Snonrier AVlll Ketlre. Lawbexcebuug, Ky., Jan. 29. After Brame at Herndon last week, was serving as pastor of the Springfield called before Judge Breathitt Monday. waived examination Presbyttrian church for over 35 years, Wooten back to jail to wait and was the action Dr. Miles Saunders will retire next taken Sunday, being succeeded by Rev. E. E. of the grand jury. Colored Girl Arrested for Murder. C Lawson. Hopkixsville, Ky., Jan. 26. Mary Bnluir Zero WVathur. Wright, Ky., Jan. 29. Twenty de- France, colored, was arrested here grees below zero was registered here Monday, charged with the killing of Vaughn Thursday morning, the coldest 'weath- Jacobcounty. in the eastern part of Before dying Vaughn this er in ten years. Ice 18 inches thick has formed in the North fork of Kentucky made a statement exonerating the girl from blamo. Her examining trial is river. set for Tuesday. 7-- 10 Louisville, Ky., Jan. 26. The temperature in northeastern Kentucky tucky. Cincinnati, Jan. 31 Winter patent. do fancy, Bfc extra, U73c UJMa0. do LimHr. J sprint patent. Si 35 low grade, . 8193. lt93tiS. do lamily. $170J J 80. rye fiour. fiWiiT Wheat Ths rrurnet remains quiet, but steady, with a moderate demand for the sample supplies. Corn Sales: No. 2 white, track. 23Kc: No, S mixed, track. 2?Mc. yellow ear. track, 23o. Oats bales Rejected mixed. 16Kc. Hoes Select shiprxri'. 13.55&3 bO. select butchers', J3.53S3.CJ. fair to cood packers', J.UJS3 55; fair to good light, S.H0S155. common and roughs, t Z 90 3.40. Cattlk Fair to cood shippers. 1175 60; none of the best on sale; cood to choice butchers'. 13. Bio. 10 fair to medium butchers', MC5 j 175: common. H.10&3.G1 Sbzkp and La.mih Sheep Extras, 13.853 IW). cood to choice. t3.35i37l: common to LamtH-Ext- ras. I5.1035.3o; fair. JJ.i5a.3 25. jood to choice. n.6d&.0'J, common to fair, l". dof-iney- riilii'j. U7jt'. 6)a HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Pakkersbuhg, W. Ya., January 20, 19')5. The Wright eo. Co., Columbus, Ohio Gentlemein I have been using Wright's Celery CapMiles since No ember, 1S94, and find them to be as recommended. I first besnn taking them while at Hot Springs, Aik, under for i?ciatie Kheumatisra, Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief from the beginuing and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or eithei of them. Very truly M papers in size, frequency of publication and freshness, variety and reliability of contents. It is practically a daily at the low price of a weekly; and iUrast list of subscribers, extending to every State and Territory in the Union and foreign countries, will vouch for the accuracy and fairness of its news columns. It is splendidly illustrated and among its special features are a fine humor page, exhaustive market reports, all the latest fashions for women and a long series of stories by the greatest living American and English author. Con ax Doyle, Jeeome K. Jehome, Stanley Weymav, Mart E. Wilkin j, Anthony Hope, Bert Harte, We offer this unequaled newspaper and THE CLIMAX together one year for $1.75. The regular subscription price of the two paqers is 23 S3.00. It ..CCee.. stands first amone ''weekly pay you to buy now. Jackets and Capes Fever So Cheap In price. Don't miss this opportunity to get a good warm wrap at half price, Br index Matthews, Etc. a. EXPERIENCE. 00 YEARS' White -32-3- 1 d- Gib SOB, o 125. Veal Calves Fair extras, !A50. to cood light. I5S03 common and large, t3.U0& ne fine merino. 9310o per lb; clothing. 12313c: medium, J and clothing. licH-- : braid. IZ ai3j. combtnr. M315j- - Washed, fine Merino K to XX. iJo. medium clothing. 15J10c: Jelalne fleece. 15SICJ. long combing, ISiUo: juarter-bloo- d and low, UStlo: common ;o.rse, Uj,13o: choice. 19a New Yohk. Jan. SO, No. 2 red, firm: moderately active. Wheat Coiit No. 2. ISXftJtSta. Oats Western. 2i330c; May. 22Wc Chicago Jan. SO. WHEATJanuary, 73S,c: May, 7jKc: July, September. 71 He January.2iJ4dKJo: May.21KS14Hc: Con luly. 2iJiJ5jc September. 28Ka2i5iC Oats January, 15Je; May, I7rt18c; July, ;8!ielS!ic. Pittsburgh. Jan. SO. Cattle Prime, li.8)iio.0): feeders. Sl&3 10J. bulls, stags pnd cows, tiCOsltSJ. Hogs Market active and unchanged. bHEiP Ohio fed westerns. 11703197; jrlme native. II00H10. fair. 13.3031SO; lommon. JiSJlIO. choice Iambi, $L90Ji 10; omraoa to good limbs. S3.75Q4.75. Vxal Calves J40oa450. Wool Unwashed juvter-bloo- itSEE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, 23-3- 7 All "Winter Goods at Greatlv Reduced Price a eseeeaeaae93aaoseoo9e9eeeeG a'.oiiitttaoKieiititiiiitiitiititoeiaiiiiiiti Oaa.. me-llu- m TRADE MARKS, DESICNS, COPYRIGHTS Ac. Anyone sending n sketch and description mar quickly ascertain, free, whether an Invention U probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Oldest agency for securing patents In America. We have a Washington office. Patents taken through Ilunn & Co. reeelra special notice In the beantlfnlly Illustrated, larcest circulation of any scientific Journal, weekly, terms J3XD a y ear a. tLSOslx months. Specimen copies and 1LAND Book: ox Patents sent Tree. Addreu MUNN & CO., 3C1 Broadway, New York. Who can think of some atmDle ..:. ::.. ' Oet. ) W i4: ee.. eeti.. eo.. .. Ciiaeles T Caldwell. Sold by T. S. Hagan, Druggist. Price o0c ents and $1.00 per box. G.ill at drugstore and get free sample. 4A Xr r.w. sX&s. "S & V .9e3 a -- 93 98 es 38 JF-.Just opened on Secon W ,UUCCl r.f Cl.nnl Ul t I. n 11IG d itf4 s SlUllIt -- 1 .. .. . ...ac9 mtQ S3 1 es 3S y-- cently occupied by T. X V low-i- n XXs4K r . r 2tV-V A.Chenault. Allsroods the market for "33 "3 eo 3 90 Wanted-- An 1) tbtog to patent? ee Protect your Idea: they may brlnz you wealth. CCo.i. IVllUI JOHN WKUUKKBUK.-- i K IM. Patent Attor aevs, Washington, D. c tor their 1.800 Drlza offer ana lit of two hundred Inventions wanted. ee.-co..- . Idea x V Je.Nnew md sold as i V 1 a. ...0 .eSC SO Cet. W i j &mM 9e. Oc. eoe. Bj S0e.ar.itS1 per box. 6 or $S. Jarnneie Pile Ointment. 25 aod 50n. per box. Japanese Uer Pallets, GO MHs,2Sc bt.-ra- TEST OF NEW MOTOR. Satlifactorr Trip of a Sow Xork Car ea.. CBtf ..39 90 ..36 .39 ... "We .st "9 ..O O American Air Power company and ran it from the power station at Fort Lee ferry to One Hundred and Twenty-fift- h street to the Boulevard, thence tell d street, across to Sixth avenue, returning by the same route to the Forty-secona-- Equipped with Air Power. Tho officials of the Third Avenue Railway company took car No. 18 of the Will cure all kind; of PlUa. Why safer with this terrible disease? "W srlvo written cunrantefl with 681.00 boxea, to refund thfi money ir not rurert. Mailed to any ad crngi illnru S3ai.. aotiM. ee. C9e. have n can therefore All sell dres onrecelptoxprice. Tile Japanese Pllo Cure Company, B"3old by W. G. White, Dnijrpest, Ricliuiond, Ky. Cot. . e e.. Lowest Prices for rtLhe goods fresh compressingstationattheferry. Thecar left at 11:02 p. m. and returned at 12:23, having consumed hour and twenty-thre- e minutes in the working trip of ten miles, including all delays. The car performed a perfect service, readily clsnibed the Boulevard grades, the heaviest of which is between five and six per cent., and extends from One street to Hundred and Twenty-fift- h One Hundred and Fifteenth,strcet. The entire trip was made with cn at change of air, witlv a the conclusion. This is one of the two cars that have performed- a service of 19,000 miles on One Hundredand Twenty-fifth street since last August without delay or accident. large-reserv- e - eo. IOC... city and Gah. from vC L a new o a f JV vf "30 "30 09 "39 "39 "ee "139 &N "S3 1 X. -- Richard P. Ernst's friends here dcny,tEe,rumor thst he will not run iav United States senator on account of antagonising Huuter. They say that he is in the race to win. 27. Fbaxkfobt, Ky., Jan. Richard P. Lrnf Candidacy. Ky., Jan. 27. Police Officer Peter Jenkins, took offense at an article ia the afternoon Leader, and Tuesday night called at the office and beat np W. T, Harrison, an employe. LEXIJ.OTOX, Follecmtii Angry. pn 1 , , m - ft leled accident occurred Illinois Steel Ca's plant whereby Nebon John- son was decapitated. He was employee In th rod miU and in falling from a.higxi platform his head came in contact with the edge ef the platform and the connecting rod of the engine, cutting aS Ma bead. The first thing - Jiellow employes below knew of the .webfeat was tbe,bd timVUae &o w at-th- e i-- Jouet, UIU Workman Decapitated. 111., Jan. 27. An unparal- jbmk, ym imU1fck. J jet aeyiacaad years, wandered away from home and traces of his whereabouts Dropped Dead of Heart Disease. were lost, Sunday the boy returned, Cobixtii, Ky., Jan. 29. Hugh Stamp something the worse for wear, but er, a prominent merchant and masoa would give no account of his wanderof Queen county, dropped dead at hii ings. Lociis Goes Dry." home at Lusby of heart disease. Louisa, Ky., Jan. 26. After an exFatally Barned. RU8SELVILLE, Ky., Jan. 28. Delia perience of three years with open saLannin, aged three, was fatally burned loons the city of Louisia Monday Wednesday morning. The little girl voted upon tho license question and was standing in front of a grate when went dry by a large majority. Another election on the question can not be her clothing caught fire. Victim of an Operation. held for three years. Paducah, Ky., Jan. 27. Susie Moss, Blver Navigation Suspended. Appointed to a Cadetshlp. an attractive young woman 24 years Louisville, Ky., Jan. 28. The heavy Lexixotox, Ky., Jan, 26. Mr. John old, and highly connected now lies a ice in the Ohio caused a total suspencorpse at her mother's home, in this sion of navigation Wednesday. All Andrew Campbell, of this city, was city. An investigation resulted in the the upper and lower boats have been Monday notified that he had just been appointed to u cadetship at West Point. arrest Tuesday night of Hannah tied up in the canaL The appointment was secured through House, a colored woman, on a charge Is a speech at Johnstown, Pa., tho th3 influence of Gov. Bradley. of performing a criminal operation. other day, Andrew Carnegie expressed Taylor Will Appeal. Dog Stood Frozen Stiff. the belief that this country is just enFbaxkfobt,. Ky., Jan. 26. Judge Lexixotox, Ky., Jan. 27. On South tering a period of genuine prosperity Cantrill Monday overruled the motion Broadway Tnesday morning a dog was which nothing can hold back. for a new trial for Charles Taylor, the found in a standing position frozen to of Taylor's death. The dog's countenance evinced Petuiaps the most nreeious nwnW! in murderer.will Nellie Stepp. case to atcarry the the all the buoyancy and hopefulness of . v existence is that of the Gaekwar of torneys human being suddenly halted in the Baroda. Its hilt and belt are incrustrd court of appeals. Too Valuation Kalsed. mad rush of life, action and passion by with diamonds, rubies and emeralds, Lancaster, Ky., Jan. 26. The board' the rude, cold hands of death. and it is valued at $1,100,000. of county supervisors closed its labors Two Men Shot In a Fight. Cam to Succeed Sharpley. Monday by raising the valuation P.towrsvHT.w, Fy., Jan. 27. Alonzt Fbaxkfort, Ky., Jan. 30. Capt. This brings the total valuation i.a;un, u arm 0. K. Hazelipp were shot Cam. of Harrodsburg, will be appointover $4,000,000 Tuesday afternoon in a general fight ed adjutant of the Second regiment in sear here with Eugene Nathan and place of A. G. Sharpley, who is to be Jtallroad Coal Elerntor jTaraed. Iristaer Skaggs. They are painfull removed by CoL Galther on, account of AsHLAirD,Ky., Jaa! 36. Tlie rail. ImrVbmt ot seriously. Itk said then the scandal in which he became in- - oaJyriAs1 a! Atra ttAjM nf Va Am11uJI ka.vraBwia the cftse. thoulrhBotir rni..j i,ri. .i.'.t.". "" ij u '"" I !.. -- j rrtr-ji.K::-." i, n i .j &MiiiMiwui.ttiic :r't. ' w , -- f iw. J!r n 3r s (t ' A Ui seven I a Tat-tersal- ls, Thermometer four below zero Thursday. John Brown, living 00 Martin's branch, was found frozen in his" cabin. Frozen to Death. Ky., Jan. Middlesbobouoh, 90s. Qoe. yf5ipply received daily. CHENAUL.T -- "eo e9 "30 "S3S SO "39 "SO 30 30 29. year ago Malcolm Galloway, aged Casetville, Ky., Jan. Youthful Wanderer. 26. Nearly & a. . B 391." &co' & J vAe mF '(t(iecasit9ttattaa3 LOTTXS-V :9 .SO ........................................ "i. . eaeeaeeeeeeeeeeeaaeaaeeaaaaaa v.' 39eee88Gaea9sea80oa 7T .9tO .. -. L - W39 "SO "SO ..09 "3S "39 330 mw ILargest Livery, Stable in Eastern Kentucky. 33-4- 1 glta & THE W1LLARD HOTEL Has Recently. Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and Entrance are Marbla and Tiling of the Finest Quality. 2000 Yards of Brilliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - - m PARLORS AND UPPKR HALLS. BED-U00M- S, diseases would probably be smallpox, which, on the authority of Masudi. attacked thexfrican tribes' who made excursions into Arabia rind laid siege to Mecca in the latter half of tbesixth cen- Smallpox Oldest DUeaae. One of the oldest actually specified Q. T. FOX, Successor to Collins Fox, ills, :s:r Richmond, Ky. tury. A. A IX train was held up by bandits in Oreaii and the express car looted and burned. 3ii THE CLIMAX, $1.25 MMaaaBBHBiBeMaaMBaaaipMMinMHiMa IN Office and DInIngRoom J.H.NEFF&C0. Meiri ADYANCE. ... 1 Beautifully Dacorted and llantlv Lighted. . Brll-y- -. Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate Charges Considered HE GRCATCST ISCOVERY OP THE AGI-' Cores In 1 to days. Imot. dlata la effect: quick tc care. prerentlT. Can be A posti-rrcarried la Teat pocket, all cos! e of S130-00- 0. Strt, RUST'S DR. COTTOK ROOT fA. (Opposite Glyndon.) Country Produce Bought and Sold, Highest Oaf Market Tir PricaJPakL P EKNYROYAL always reliable and auk for Dr.Bost'a RILLS fAAH Srisinal Xadlaal See Bis Mid h PIGEON! KILK IT , Have Been Expended in This Recent Improvement. r l, .:'t:i: ujbb.h - .- f- j! s: ,j, T ..i "r sw t. rfi .j T" & iiJji.n i . -- $fr. & "t 'tM w B. by Wi GffTiH, Druaiitt.- RkhmondrXy nlVwW taaOfedlWM Co,8c I I , 53. rH!aa ranaii serer lojare. ecemie Vaatlhul state In one HutlNatua, pii Jin. Madl4teaitj?ad M tecei . l bwwi "!? sW i Pil.Jla.(. U RKTES ' S i. - "! "i ,5i St W. - $2.50 PER Snti UBkr, ' i. sH t "- - .&,.. 9i" f5 I ";';'H - J. - " -- " ;?:UZ j-- . v- e- - ... 3 " . r V 5" w? 'S ': I ,C 3l . 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