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Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax (Richmond, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1897 ric1897021001_sn86069161 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Wt' s .r $n J 0 0 Excellent J$y f ADVERTISING MEDIUM. ? idUlD YYUrYXV is) VOLUME We wish to caution all users of Simmons A NEW SOXG. Liver Regulator on a subject cf the deepest Where, oh. w bore, has confidence gone? interest and importance to their health perhaps their hvea. The sole proprietors rar, far away: and makers of Simmons Liver Regulator Twas piouiUcd in chunk? by the ton, learn that customers are often deceived by I'ar, far aw.i . buying and taking some medicine of a Elect me, 'tv ill come, w as McKin!e 's cry; similar appearance or taste, believing it to Mmk Hnnna it was no lie. be Simmons Liver Regulator. We warn you that unless the word Regulator is on Sow Wall street points us up to the sky. the package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Tar, far awa". Liver Regulator. No one else makes, or Where, oh, where, did prosperity go? ever has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or Far, far away. anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, Is the thing we would all like know. to but J HZeihn& Co., and no medicine made Far, far away. by anyone else is the same. cWe alone can bj the score. put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if The banks they are bun-tinother medicines represented as the same do Wagers are lower than ever before. not help you as you are led to expect they And prosperity is on the other shore. will Bear thisfact well in mind, ifyou have Far far away. been in the habit of using a medicine which Where, oh, where, cm we find the" gold? you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like Far, tar away. it and the package did not have the word ! 'TwoH'.d make us all rich we were told. Regulator on it, you have been imposed Far. far awav upon and have not been taking Simmons .Tl.eysaidit would comeandstartthcmill, Poverty it would kill, ""I , all who use it know how necessary it is for But it never came closer thau Wall street's till. Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation Headache, Dyspepsia, and all disorders Far, far away-Wher- e, arising from a Diseased Liver. oh, where, can those jobs be We ask you to look for yourselves, and found? see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z Far, far away. on wrapper, and by our name, is the only That laboi was to get if money was sound. medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. Far, far away. J. H. ZEUJN & CO. " About those jobs they told us a lie. The only job is MrKiuley pie. Take For now they are winking the other eye. Simmons Liver Regulator, Far, far away. In nineteen hundred wher will they be? PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Far, far away. From an outraged people they'll have to MISS M1LIUKI) u'ULUB.V, tlee, Far, far awav. 1 PHER ;s TLSCH. R AND TYPEWRITER. With Wall street promises we'll not be "" f u- - CAREFULLY EXEGUTED i 4 fc- -i RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, FAR, FAR AWAY. KENTUCKY, Latest U. S. Gov't Report. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUABY 10, RELIGIOUS. Rev. J. F. Williams, who was formerly pastor of the Baptist church in Richmond, has gotten out a manual for the Harrodhburg Baptist church containing the Coveuant, Articles of Faith and names of the members. This little booklet has interspersed through its pages advertitcmsnts of twenty-fou- r leading business houses, banks,.etc. It is a regular theosaurus for the members of the church and should be highly prized by them. The directory showe that the church has about 300 members. Nearly forty of them have been received during the present pastorate of nearly ten months. At the meeting of the West Lexington Presbyterian church which meets in Nicholasville next April, they willcele brate the 25th anniversary of the Westminister Assembly. The committee in charge hae made elaborate arrangements for the occasion. The speeches and topics are as follows: "The Genesis of the Westminister As sembly." Rev. F. R. Beattie, D. D. "The Pereonel of the Assembly,'' Rev. J. J Chisolm, D. D. ' The System of Doctrines Set Forth in the Westminister Standards," Rev. G. II Rout, D. D. "The Influence of the Westminister Standards on Modern Civilization," Itev. II. Marquess, D. D. There will be a good delegation from Louisville, Richmond and other points. s, L897. UEI. W. KlhEY Of Shelbyville, NUMBEE Ky., Recommends 36. h in r.T WARNING. Cincinnati, reaching there at 10, returning reach here at 8:30 or 9 p. m. Then instead 'of the morning train leaving hero let it leave Richmond, arriving here in time to connect with No. 21 and return to Richmond after tire arrival of 23 from Louisville. This would be a capital arrangement for the people and wo trust the railroad ofllcials may see their way to adopt the suggestion. At present everybody who goes to Cincinnati from bore takes the Q. & C, who woulil go by the K. C. if the change were made. John M. Farra, general promoter of good things, has the matter in hand and will arrange for an interview with Messrs. Smith and Mctcalf. Stopped His Check. Highest of all in Leavening Strength. Baking Roya rywucr ABSOLUTELY PURE g burn, Jos. P. levering, John P. i ii liillar?, and a preacher there tdvises St. John, Win. K. Vanderbilt, Gov. is parishioners not to attend. Tbey Clark, C. S. Clarkson, AV. II. Ham .in com pi without any sacrifice, as the v tickets are limited to another set of de(Coin), Gov. Xvi P. Morton, generates. Flower. ex-Gocx-Gu- mm DR. PEPPER'S NEW DISCOVERY. JTEVEK FAILS. A Kevr, reilfcMe and safe relief for csces!re, BcaDty or pafufal men-tur- tt Ion. Now o? ei by Over 80,000 lad'tA. JnYisoratesthCte crpms. U ware of danscrrus tiMtintlou. X'amo paper- - 3 per Ijox, 6uiU box Cf. Sent peilexl in plain wrapper. SciM 4c la Flnmpi for particular. 8Vd loccf UtoraiiV.rvft V7t KKItMFDJ CALAbbUCi VTIO.S, Chlcu, JJ. We Send it FREE! ? 1 1 tr Sold by Richmond Drus; Co. and W G. AVhite. Kentucky Midland R'y Only direct line between CINCINNATI & FRANKFORT. Paris Shortest and quickest between Riclimond, Frankfort, Georgetown TO Wright's Celerv Capsules. Shelbvville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents I have purchased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. L. Young and Old. Miihlelton, druggist, and used them for Rejoice with us Sonr Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constipation and found that they gave me imin the Discovery. mediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedy. Yours very truly, When a man has suffered for years with a weakneaa that blights hii life and 0 Geo. W. Rilev. robs him of all that really make life worth livine, if he avail himself of a WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS. complete cure, why not possess the moral courage to stop his downward course. We will seud you by mail, AUSULUTE-h- Y FKKK, in plain package, the rful WEAK MEM, b l m t LM A Ben. I). Spears, the well-know- n A letter Frightful Experience. Shelby Sentinel. receiv cd from Mr. F. G Eer-- CfcZb fn? Nicholasville liveryman, was over in Richmond the other day and struck the horse market, and the complications arising fiom a $50 trade may reach the Court of Appeals and make a te&t case for banking circles. "It was this way," said Mr. Spears to the Nicholasville Democrat: "I bought a horse from a man named Luther Sanders for $50, warranted to be sound. I wrote my check that way. When the horse got here and cooled oil he was found to be unsound. I bought him when he was heated up. I sent the horse back to Madison by my clerk, Thco. Duncan, who tendered him to Sanders, but Sanders gave Duncan the laugh. He had already collected the money on the check at a Richmond bank. I stopped the payment of the check when it was sent here for collection and my check was then protested by the Richmond banlcnnd there the case rests. I have the horse and am charging up the feed bill. The bank must collect the money from Sanders and if he is not responsible it is their loss." It looks that way, concludes the Democrat, for since then the Richmond bank has made concessions. They sent Spears word that if he would pay the face of the check they would deduct tho protest fees. llu iimond, T"Hcf adjoining Kentucky. A caught. .R Hurnani's. .ATTORNEYS. K. IV. The voters with Bryan will cast their lot, And send gold bugs were the climate is hot. Far, far away J. MILLER, Attobnet-at-La- U. SbvFKEiGN, G. M. W. K. of L. LOCAL. - Sam Jones, who is preaching; in feb3-lBoston, says that city i.s jut u little Farmer's National Bank. nearer hell than lie has ever been. C. F. BCB"AM. Probably Jones it. beginning to realW. S. MOBERLEY. ize that he is getting nearer the unB URN AM t MOBERLCY. desirable place as he gets older. Attorneys-at-LaNegro Wisdom. Carlisle Mercury. RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY. Sam Jones will lecture in Rich The recent sevcie cold weather has moiid on Feb 13. excited the substantial sympathy of Office in Bumam Building, recently pied by A. R. Burnara. Zack Morgan, of Madisun county, who some of our charitably inclined ulizens, has been isting realaties in thib county whilst those who were unable to extend J. &. snJz-.:rv"-a-2- S for several djys, has returned home. the aid their hearts prompted to the He says "by fury" that this is one of the needy and suffering may draw some conw, A TTor.N best places he has ever 6trurk and he solation from this bit of wisdom from a KENTUCKY. may return and make Row an county his ncgio, who wrote from Nicholasville last RICHMOND. future home, when the "Belle" lings for weikto the Standard, "the odichl organ OhVe over Taylor's Hardware store, spring time Gentle Anuie. He is well of the coloied State League, of Ky." It Court Houc, on Main Street. "I'ost-ed- " on farming, and we would points a moral and adorns a tale, and IJ- HOGG, II. like to have all good citizens like Mr. white and blaik should read and learn, Morgan locate with us. Morehead Ad that indigence and suffering are often ATTORNEY AT LAW. the result ; of courses of our own crea. Kentucky. vance. RuiivoN-nOffice in Richmond, - Kentucky. the Bumam Building, next door to y occu-31-3- 0 eY-at-- noudy by his brother, a few days ago; gives the details of a narrow escape from death Mr. Bernoudy had inan avalanche in the mountains of Colorado, January 12th. Part of the letter is as follows : "Yesterday il went through a very thrilling and terrible experience, luckily escaping with my life. While my working mates and myself, four in all, were coming to dinner at noon, we were all swept down the mountain by an avalanche. The boys were taken a short distance, not receiving the full iorce of the avalanche hut only the edge, while I was taken up like a feather and hurled, tossed and churned with the great mass until I reached the bottom of the mountain some six or seven hundred feet below. It was a miracle that I was not left under, instead of on top of the snow. Once the snow stopped for a second or two aud I iccollect thinking it was all over. I lay there as in a vice with my head down and my feet up, not able to move a finger. I thought that I was about to experience death by BufTocation and when the thought came over me, I tried to move, but it was useless fori was held there as if I had had moulten lead run around me. When I had about ceased to try and struggle, I again felt the snow moving and be.'oie I knew it was churned to aud fro, up aud down, and landed with my head and one arm above the snow. My companions were soon down and on their strong arms I was borne back to our cabin. I tell you it was a dreadful experience. For three or four hundred feet I was hauled over an almost perpendicular cliff, and it was there where my bruises were sustained, pounding against the rocks "Outside of a lame back and a very sore side am all right aud will be on my feet in a few davs." Big scandal at Lexington among the officials of the Insane Asylum. It looks like everything had conspired with the devil himself to aggrevate Gov. Bradley's troubles of his own. He undertook to reward hisfiiends and punish his enemies, iustead of reveisiug this policy. HUFFMAN'S VITAh RESTORATIVE TABLETS, with a legal guarDK. Ask for Tickets via. Ky. Midland Schedule of Trains. 10, 1S9A. In effect November TRAINS EAST. A Lt Frankfort Lt Summit- Lt Elkhorn Lv Switzer Lt Stamping Ground Lt Duvall A.M. P. M. P. M No. 1, No. 3. No. 6 55 7 02 08 7 16 7 27 7 33 7 38 7 45 7 50 7 55 T iVWtt. IC4Y. SEXUAL WEAK What PEFFER'S NERVS50R Bid! NESS. VARICOCELE, STOPS forever It acta powerfully and qulcxly. Cures when a1 NIGHT EMISSIONS and all unnatural otters Mil. Toun men regain lost taanhood Git drains. Returns to former appearances ncn recover jouihful visor. Abiolulelrtiniir SELF-ABUSE, Z72. antee to permanently cure LOST )IAX-I100- D, The Democrats of Kentucky are fully able to take care of themselves without following the lead of the Louisville Post that is trying to get back in the part. There is no dependence to be put in the Post that now finds it to its purpose to fire it into the Republicans generally and Gov, Bradley in particular. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Ar GcorRetown ) Ar C. S. Depot , Lv C. S. Depot ) Lt Newtown Lt Centcrville Lt Elizabeth Ar Paris Ar Paris Junction Lt Johnson i 4 . B 00 07 13 21 32 38 43 50 55 56 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 8 OS 8 16 8 20 C 8 30 5 14 5 18 5 28 5 35 506 00 10 20 32 48 53 06 15 20 00 20 05 10 25 nntee.l InCnroNVrrouineu, Lnt Itullty, , imiratencx, Uitl'onrr either kx, Fnlllnfr atMentors', Wullnr UI , and all tfeeU telf atnue or tretitrt ar VVrrds lKbtlj-mlnlan- Guarantee to Cure orltefuml wnry. Pamphlot free. Sold by rtrnzxlstj. A"ilr. Xi:FiKll jillOIOAX. JLSS'X, Cblcuiro. I! Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. f-- f IndiKTitim. off Insanity and conaumr-llDon't let drnzRlst Impose a worthless substitute o you bcrsnw ttyleliU a errata r nroflt. Insist on ta-'n- x NKliviGOR. or send ror I Can be carried In vest pocket. ITerald plain rrr r. X per box. or O ror S. with A. PEr.rR'S emaciated organs. No C. O- - D. fraud nor recipe deception-- . If we could not cure, we would not send our medicine FREE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this may not appear again. Address to-da- Western Medicine Company, UCOBPORATED. 24-23 Kalamaros, Mich. White. A. M.'P. M. P. M.iA. M. TRAINS WEST. Lv Parish Z No. 2. No. 1. No.10 No. 8. C 55 05 09 17 27 36 19 Our export trade under the Demo, cratic tariff i cached the sum of SI, the second largest in our history and while our imports were reduced SAM JONES COMING. slightly the balance of trade in our favor was S325 000,000. The Republicans proFor almost twelve months parties pose to overcome the deficit by robbing the producers in the interest of private have been endeavoring; to secure 0, Lt 9 10 Lv Elizabeth 10 Center ille 10 Lr New town 10 Ar C. S. Depot ) . B 10 Lv C. S. Depot 3 10 Lt Georgetown 10 Lt Johnson.. 10 DuTall . Lt Stamping Ground 10 Lt 45 51 58 industries. Something similar to the bubonic plague has struck a number of newspaper subscribers according to the tone of some of our exchanges. Those who are not paying up are dying off with great morality. Their remains are being sent lo the Newspaper Collecting Agencies to be embalmed beyond hope of tho resur-tettion. The Iniisville Sunday Star has recently been reorganized and it is about the only Democratic paper in that city. Democracy aud is giving all the information about the new Democratic dally paper, the Dispatch, soon to greet the two hundred and eighteen thousand Democrats of is doing good work It hr Kentucky. Mr. Andrew Carnegie predicts a great A Veritable Bcc Hive. wave of prosperity as about tosweep over Tho big boxes have been opened this country. He is the gentleman who and now the shelves are groaning sells us armor plate at $o()3 a ton, and under their weight of pretty goods only charges the free trade English S2S0 No better wheel made than the at The Busy Bee Cash Store, of W. a ton for the same plate. The protective D. Oldham & Co. They have stacks tariff makes Carnegie favor the English and piles of all kinds of seasonable and we paj for the favoritism at the rate , tion : goods too numerous to mention, Built in our own factory by The Plsce To Buy Tobacco. "The mercury this morning is eotne-whe- even in a big advertisement. Look of S2S0 a ton, on all we buy. Carnegie 0 St. up stairs. Office No. 13 skilled workmen, using the best Our friend, J. T Coy. of Kiiksville, neighborhood of ''Frczo," over what they have to say in the can afford to jolly us on the prosperity in the material and the most improved savs the Pickett Warehouse, I.ouisville, and the fire by which I am silting con-si- t Climax and then go and inspect the racket if he can hold on to his robber GRANT E. LILLY, machinery. We have no agents protection. higest-ptice- d new tobacco has sold the ts of three corn cobs and a lump of stock. Tho quantity and quality of Sold direct from factory to the A TTORNEY--A T LA II', this year. A hogshead from Anderson coal about thesizeof Grover Cleveland's goods will be a big surprise, but best Frankfort correrider, fully warranted. Shipped The Courier-Journal'- s 10, foreign policy, therefore I am in no huKentucky. brought $17.50; others $13 25, SI 1, IliciiMOM'. of all the prices are most astonishing. anywhere for examination. etc Ap Mr. Coy is agent for this houe, mor to write. The se ere weather seems This enterprising firm is here to spondent draws this fearful picture. He WRITE FOR W. corner Main and Second the Climax doefcu's mind pointing ont a to have come to the jioor as a terrible servo the public. They especially siys the State's floating debt is nearer OfllceS. two and a half than one aud a half millin all place where the fanners may possibly afllictiou. If this was the first time that prac-lirstreets up stairs. Will b.VM JONES' WITTY SAYINGS. and adj lining pay expenses on their crop, judging by intense Eiiffring resulted from such a bit invite an inspection of their new ions, and increasing daily; that the the ourts of Madi-o- n Acme Cycle Co., Elkhart, lad. just received. stock, "I pitty a married man who has counties and Court of Appeals. penal aud eleemosynary institutions are jan27-6the prices paid for tobacco this year. ter cold blast I would have a gieat deal nothing but a canary bird to pet; I PILCHER'S PITHY PARAGRAPHS. beirg run wide-opeat both euJs upon more bvmpathy for some w ho buffer. But Tobacco, or no Tobacco. J. C. fc D. M. CHENAUIr. a loose system of credit ; that the Appel believo in large families." are numbers of families who are Our tobacco growers of the past few there Editorials in the Nicholasville Democrat cora- - late Court is three or four years behind "I was born a Democrat raise np ATTORNEYS AT LAW, now suffering that could have been bet coinpuea Dy lue euuors ui iue iumajl lur years hae abundant experience, but are in its work and straggling yet further Democrat and remained a Democrat edification of its readers. the Kentucky. absolutely without the essential elements ter prepared for the winter. Adversity Richmond, The high hat may finally be removed, towards the rear of the procession, and as long as I thought that a Christian is a great educatoi ; it ci'her makes or of confidence and profit. Some have that no help can reasonably be expected gentleman could stay in the party. Without a single exception, there Offii-- o on Second street, over Chen-anlt- 's consigned their crops to the sharks who breaks a man. The greatest generals in but the price of it will alwayB remain a needn't giggle; is beyond doubt no greater or more Legislature, even should that You Republicans grocery. history lost the first battles, but they source of anxiety and worrymeut to mau. from the manipulate the market, and been reextraordinary body be called in extraor- thank God, I never did belong to learned by the adveieity, and became the popular newspaper in the United quested to make good, small deficits in your gang." England aud America have agreed to dinary session. most successful commanders; but the CMEEN CLAY, than the Cincinnati Enquirer ; Refavor of the warehouse men after divid"The Populists are good people. States people w ho spend their money on ex- arbitrate, but the fight between the A W. A TTORNEY--A or a more successful publisher than shipments. A ing out the ja's will be settled by paThe Watterson Club of Louisville, They may go to heaven some day, cursions and picnics during the summer publican factions ere w ho scented disaster last sumits proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. which is composed chit fly of members but they'll never go to "Wabington Kentucky. cific arbitrament of the "razzer". Richmond, months, and suffer for food aud fuel in mer and abandoned the growing crops who voted for McKinley, seems very prices for the Daily "I believe a woman has a right to The e the winter months don't seem to learn have neer renretted their :ippjtent negThe longer we run a newspaper and much exercised over the future welfare be everything she wants to be, ex- Enquirer have been maintained, and 13 Collections sol'eitod. anything It is the same old btory evligence and prodigal indifference, Others write about people and events, the more and success of Democratic party. Their cept the father of a family." its circulation largely increased each ery winter." have consigned large portions of clem, we realize how utterly impossible it is to solicitude does not seem to spring from in Richmond year; hard times and cheaper jourSam Jones lectures bright stock to the manure heaps, cott scratch every man on the fepot where jt any change of heart or repentance for Monday Predictions of Death. night, February loth. nals failing to arrest its onward march vi need of its value as a feitihzer, and raying away from the party and voting st Dr. Mak, the phrenologist and lecturer itches the most. II. GIBSON, DR. II. and high appreciation of the public equally tertaiu that to bhipit in the face of Illinois, predicts that the following the Republican ticket, but from an anxTho Walls Have Ears. Wherever Sam Jone&lgoes he declares ious longing after the "loaves and fishes" of recent experiences would be deliber- well known men will die within the for its true worth and merit. PIIYSICIA N A NO SURG EON, he bmells sulphur. Sam hasn't been to of local ofiice. These gentlemen should ate robbery of an already depleted ex- next I wo ears: It wm3 a indiant night in June, and as The Weekly Enquirer at beginning Kentucky. chequer as well as further incentive to Richmond. Richmond yet, but he has a date to raise possess their souls in patienrc. The they walksd slowlv up the rose-li- t path Buckner, Senators Vest, of the campaign year was offered at hell there in Febiuary. All Sam has to back door of the Democratic party is from the quaiut little gate by the road, robbers. Seeial tobacco barns were Voorhees, Daniel, Call, Tefler. cents a year, and its circulation do is to say "Rise up Hell," and presto open to them, but neither offices or front he bent his head lower and touched her 50 OtEce in the Joe Cc Jin building, 8 and o Sec- built by farmers last year to house their Cullom, Palmer, Vance, Goiman, Alli37- increased by the addition of over ond Street, oer Wnue ..old droeiere. first crops, but it is improbable that a son and Mitchell, John P. Altgeld, John there it is. seats are at their disposal until they cheek with his lips. 200,000 new subscribers; the most She looked up at him in surprise. material advance of prices about time prove their faith by their works: F. M. Drake, It. Tanner, Gov. CHAS. HOOKER, It is said that $700 was spent in Ferhaps he had been hasty; perhaps substantial and coveted testimonial a for sowing plmt beds will delude many Fifer. New s. Campbell. Col. It G. In- during Circuit Court for liquor, I ETERTNARY SURGEON, it was not his right to touch the shrine Dublisher could desire. in to another loss of labors money, time, gersoll, Sam Jones. Evangelist Moody, Amen, brother; let that soak in. which proves that the judges, lawyero Stanford Jour College. of his worship; perhaps the moon had confidence and lelinion. Graduate Ontario Veterinary When asked for the secret of such C. Piatt, Gro-vJacob S. Coxey. Thomas and juries of Henry county are moderate Bight bko that ; perhaps the nal's cor. from Kidd's Store. wife LAND, STOCK AND CROP. never 6een a Cleveland, Major McKinley's success, Mr. McLean frankly answers : ' drinkers. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. fragrance of rose and honeysuckle had Want a Change. and mother, Corneliu3 Vandeibilt, John Office ap stairs over New YorV Store, corner never fallen on the air of June that lov- The Enquirer has no opinions to force 46- Alger, Joseph MHin and Kirst streets. Richmond The report that Mark Twain is penci-ne- s Mr. W. AV. Elliot told a fine jersey cow ers breathe; perhaps she did not know upon its patrons, it simply prints the Mr. W. 35. Mason, of Lancaster, Wanatuaker, Itussell A. Kohl-saa- t. i in London is no more believed than to Lee Vandivier, List week, for $40. He will visit Richmond shortly to inter- Pulitzer. J. P. McCullagh. H. II. facts and tells the truth that the reader measure of his heartbeats ; perhaps H. C. M. D. Robert J. Burdette. Gov. Wm J. his story of a manwlio was turned loose also sold lo same party a work horse for the an important est our citizens in perhaps oh, word uncertain, filled with may form his own opinions. By Bill1"! Medicine and Surgery. in Loudon worse than penniless with a $05 . . Jewell & Patterson, of Lexington, the mystery of man and woman. change of trains on the K. C. It. It. Stone. Geo M. Pullman, Buffalo maintaining the price of the paper, Ofiice Collins Building, Main Street. Mrs. Jefierson Davis. Channcey M. bought of various parties at Givena livery million pound bank note. As is well known, Lancaster is pracJlis eyes met heir, tremulous with ' Telephone at resilience (the liirr llace) 00 Marshall Field, Gen. J. O. Shelby, stable, Monday, eight head of horses at emotion unspoken, and tney moved si- more news and greater variety can be world, being tically cut off from the Hrondnay. - Kestccky yet on a stage line between Danville Frank James, Lillian Russell, Richard Some magniscopie bolters who magnify prices ranging from $35 to $90 . . Owing lently toward the house with hi3 arm furnished, and every class of business - Richmond, and Stanford, the train to the latter Mansfield, Paderewski, Win. E. their importance six hundred diameteis, to the verv bad weather ouly those who shoulders, as comrades walk. interests catered to, which a cheaper Prince of Wales, Queen Victoria, are ixpecting oilices from the Republi-cansf- had special business attended county about her place being at the wrong time. The DR. O. A. KENNEDY, are the most beautiful woman I journal cannot afford. 'You their treachery, hut they will all court, Monday. There was very little ever 6av," he whispered; "the one plan, sis outlined by the Stanford Prince Bisiifarck, Pope Leo, Heibert The very liberal support given the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Spencer, Baron Rothchihl. Henry Irving, get left, every mother's son of them. stock offered, but the sales, as they were, Journal, is as follows: woman in the w hole world I love." Enquirer by the public at large, makes Kentucky, Richmond, indicated a small increase in prices over It is the intention of the people Thomas B. Reed, David B. Hill, Andrew As she throw her arms about h'n neck there to send a delegation of repre- Carnegie, John D. Rockfeller, John L. If tho Republicans elect Billy Mason last court day . . Capt. T. W. Bottom re- in rapture the four walls of tho house it incumbent upon the management Office in Smith Ruilding, No. 04 Main Street, np to serve it faithfully with zeal and enStevenson, sentative citizens to Louisville from Sullivan, to the United States Senate from Illinois, ports the followingsales county court day: fell to the earth with a dull thud. stairs Office hours 11 to 1 and 4 to 5 o'clock. Harrison, Collis P. Hunting shall we knock the bottom out of own one lot of yearling heifentfor fti,C. Botterprise in minor matters as well as Lancaster, Ilichmond and Stanford That uin nnd that woman had been to petition M. H. Smith and General ton, Thomas, A. Edison, Secretary Mor Billy ' Keg'' Mason, who wants to be toms, of Boyle courjt3', to DauMpore, at mairied ten years! ! ! those of greater magnitude. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, 2 ct8. a pound. Anotherdot of five yearKentucky Manager J. G. Met calf to run the ton, Secretary Olney, Senator Edmunds, Clerk of the Court of Appeals? Never. Richmond. Geo. W. lings sold for 3 cts. a pound . . At the Maysville train to Stanford instead Senator Wm. Evaits, Wil Republican protectionists are criticis- sale of V. J. DeBaun administrator of of Richmond, leaving here at say G Peck, Li Hung Chang, Francis mMrtawimzmz ail'TMUpii.J; XBI5E Telephone at office and residence. V WWZEiU.W!. lard, Garrett A. Hoharl, Senator Black ing the Wilson bill because there was a John C. Kussell, deceased, liearTerry ville a. m.andgivingconneetionatPnristo EC I ' falling off of imports, and yet they would there was a large attendence and every H PI W. EVANS, M. D., G. gp put protection so high as to make imports thing brought fair prices: nine head of pfe This horses sold at prices rangiug from 25 to fall off like Humptv-DuinntEr $47; milk cows from $27.50 to $30; sheep would cure the deficit 1 Physician anh Scbgeon, & from $2.50 to 3.00 per head. A lot of year--- Kentucky. Riciimovd, The free silver man in Harrison ling steers so'd for $19 each. Harrods-bur- g county, who wants 1C tol as his epitaph, Sayings. in its new m old saying is DR. T. J. TAYLOR, proved his faith in restoration and final fig of refers to form. fkrSWe,, E R The Style,beFit and Wear Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, The eye of the needTeTs a Tho Firtt National Bank of Huntingresurrection Improved llgSslay??.!), JS could not the Price. for 55sl2&KStSiiJi Double k7 Kentucky Viim;mSsSs?S trocha that the rich single gold standard ton, Indiana, has a lady cashier, Mrs. Richmond wil! never squeeze through. Sarah Frances Dick, and a lady director, Shoes arc the Office and residence on Third Street. 7. L. Douglas $30, $4.00 and $5X0 Mrs. Fredcrica Drover, and is probably productions of skilled workmen, from the best material possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. While Miss Nisba, the saiuted daugh- the only bank in the country bearing m DENTAL STJEGSP.Y.. We rfffl" also $0U ana iUO snoes ior men, aim e ter of Col. Billy Breckinridge, becomes a 6urh distinction. Mr?. Dick is also a di$250, $2.00 and 51.75 for boys, and the W. L, , QUART BOTTLES. his interesting and rector in (he institution. Mrs. Dick was limb of Police shoe, very suitauie tor Douglas 5A0 s, policemen and others having worldly minded sou, Deshn, takes to a appointed assistant cashier in 1873. She DR. A. WILKES SMITH, tired out. pp feel nervous much walking to do. when you begin newspaper, and his son Bob will doubt- was then Miss Sarah F. McGrew, and DENTAL SURGEON, jthe bank. She you ask. Because "Why. her father was cashier of less again take to the woods. We are constantly adding new styles to our Kentucky Richmond, alreadv large variety, and there is no reaserved in that capacity until 1SS1, when years, jfor it son wnvou cannot lie snited. so insist on Merchants, having V. U Douglas Shots from your Governor Bradley, finding himself be the bank was reorganized. Mr. McGrew 1 Jankers, it clone OrriCK Smith building. Main Street, Office dealer. because Lawyers, tween Huntet's Jriends and the Demo- then became president, and his daughhours, ooo to 11 M. ; iu to 4 I'. M. TVe use only the bess Calf, Russia Calf Physicians dentistry. sell every- - m limited to you. Qua will do crats, or the devil nnd the deep sea, ter was appointed cashier, and also (all colors!. Trench Patent Calf, and all French Enamel, VJcl Kid, etc.. economical where $i.co. will hardly call an extra session. elected a director. In J 87 she was correspoua witn prices I DE graded to men wear J. A. Yates. J. C. ilOHOAX. of tho shoes. ,VV. L. DouRlai m WnXIATlS. DAVIS. BROeKS & CO., Detroit, nick. They might agree to get together and married to Julins Dick, oue of the most Shoes because they IWUMMW MORG AN & YATES, are tbe best. treat him to a little impeachment exer- prominent merchafilsof Huntington EvIf dealer cannot supply you, R for LlveretteJ for VOBHrpv Uoa and ski? Headache. 35c Ak write ' For sale by DENTISTS, er since,1881 Mrs. Dick has been cashier of cise. W. L DdUGLAS, Broclton, Mass. Kentucky Richmond, the bank, and berwork inthat capacity Cataloguk Free. ball masque .will kaa.been unquestionably accurate and The Bradley-MartiOpficb Vain Street, over Madison National Ky. ol a mill-- able. SoldbyD.AT. wTylor.-Waco- t be given at a cost of one-thi-rd feblO-SBank. l if Rit re 31-3- Sam. P. Jones to deliver a, humorous lecture in Richmond, but he has been booked ahead nnd not a date could bo secured. At Inst, however, he has one open date, Monday, February 15th, when he will lecture in this city at tho Court House and ev erybody in the county should hear him as it may be the last opportunity. Rev. Sam Jones is one of the most remarkable men this century has produced. He i.s unique, he stands alone as one of a class, he occupies a spheie not occupied by any other; he has thousands of imitators but none approach the original. For fourteen years he has interested tho American people and had power over thein which no ordinary man possesses. !No evangelist has enjoyed and greater sway over the thousands date tho hour of their conversion from "Sam Jones' Meeting." He has enemies, to bo sure; they curse him, then go and hear him speak, and laugh with his friends. As a platform speaker he ranks among the best, the Southern Lyceum Bureau, of Louisville, which manages his lecture business, always has on hands from 50 to 100 applications for dates which they cannot fill because he is "booked up," no dates open. The people of Richmond have a treat in store on Monday, February 15tli, when he will lecture here. rte-opl- Lv Switzer Lt Elkhorn Lt Summit .. Ar Frankfort A 11 CS 11 16 11 22 11 30 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 50 00 01 12 22 30 34 40 48 53 04 11 4 4 5 5 5 35 30 14 f CD 30 45 7 45 7 55 8 05 8 20 8 40 8 55 9 05 9 15 o co XTho can tfctak of om ilmpla uo( 10 patent; Pjowct Tour Idnx: thr may bring yoa wuiti. Write JOHN WIDDERBURS St CO, Patent Attor. ner. waMntdn. D. C ror tblr (1 J0O prUa ana list o two han2jd InreaUona wanted. offer Wanted-- An Idea 3 George Thorpe, R, N, I. EAST BOUND & B. R, R. 17 7 15 SUNDAY TRAINS. WEST. ) 8-- Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect Sunday, November S, 1S9G- 1ST CLASS. 2ND CLASS. No. i. No. 3. No. 9. No. x Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun o A. M. 55 IO 13 Leave Georgetown C. S. depot Leave Georgetown K. M. depot Arrive Frankfort EAST. . 10 36 ..10 40 11 30 4 00 4 50 4 55 Leave Frankfort Leave Georgetown K. M. depot Arrive Georgetown C. S. depot jan27-ly Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds of blaoksraithing promptly in the best Richmond.. flninn workmanlike manner. 7 Moberly Street, between Main and Water, rear of Dillingham building, Nicholas ville.. VIIey View Million M Versail!ei.... II 45 r. u. ii ii is 05 30 O5 6 40 7 3S 7 5 3 30 10 55 11 ao 50 5 Il Ii CD. BEQCAW, Gen. Pass. Agt., Frankfort, Ky. L. & N. R. R. K. O. DIVISION. Panola. lmne Brassfield....... la "42 I tu NbTaT "No. . T. M. lO J 37 la 30 pm la 1 1 .,0 13 No.10 - 3 ao You Get Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. WESTBOUND Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sua No. a. T.U. 3 4 aS 4 40 5 to 5 5 5 4 4 the Profits Is Effect March LV. A. If. lrYine.. AEV Panola Braijfiela Moberly ITnmn ,, 6 6 6 6 7 05 3 I 3o 1 1, 1S96. p. M a 55 CO Express for Cincinnati, Paris, Maysville, Win- chester and 6.25 r. m. 2.05 1.10 11.43 A. 5 M. r 19 m. 1.25 man. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays ville, Winch ester and Lexington mail. Livingston, I.ondon, Jel lico, Pineville. Fast line for Livingston, London.Jellico Knoxville Fast line for Cincinnati, Paris. Vt incliester. Hon land, Lancaster and Stanford. Lexington 7.33 Richmond m.. Million . Valley View 2 i4 a l7 ao 58 55 2 Jo 4 35 NicbolaTilIe Versatile! . 3 45 4 10 3 5 5 6 00 30 57 5S 32 1.05 r. m. A. M. 1255 A. M. 319 P. M. 11.43 A. M. Trains between Louiirille and Versailles daily. Trains between Cincinnati and NicholasY.'l daily. All trains connect with Southern Railway to and from LouisTilIe, and with the C. N. O. & T. P. to and from Cincinnati. Yon can spend fire hours in LouisTilIe, about six hours in Cincinnati or ta hours m Lexington and return to Richmond at 8:30 p. m. 10:10 Acme Bicycle REMOVAL SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER Clothing, Dry Goods. AT THE Shoes, Boots, Our interesting Offer m HATS and CLOAKS' n John R. McLean's Great Newspaper. Lowest Sacrifice Ever Known. We will move on or about January loth to our New Quarters, by Henry Klein & Son, next door to the Fanners National Bank, which is now being fitted up for us. We will have the best line of Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Etc., ever brought to Richmond at prices lower than any other house in the town. We will save you money. Don't fail to call on us. lately-occupie- T-L- few-gro- --- old-tim- Ex-Go- v. s, f novll-l- Men's Suits at $2.75, worth $10.00. Men's Overcoats at $2.75, worth $8.00. Boys' Suits at $1.00, worth $3.00. Boys' Knee-PaSuits Tic., worth nt Men's Shoes 75c., worth $1.25. Ladies' Shoes 75c., worth $1.25. Cloaks $2.50, worth $10.00. Calicoes 3cts. a yard. Outing- Flamben 3cts. a yard. Boys' Caps Sets. Hose 4cts. pair. Kid Gloves 40cts. Don't forget the place. - $1.50. r - Eliza-hethto- ex-Go- New-Castl- e ex-Go- NEW YORK y iffGKlffc-CKJ- 3T0R 33ra fcKff?f ? ei McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. JASPER, &V& Kif"Ssi a fECr TVFVScVS'ac k &3i ) De-pe- K5H m G.lad-stori- e, or S8 :;-- ? tm wpTjiP ... ... Vice-Preside- nt , H m 2 SSSi- ex-Go- v. Wallace.... 8 H & Rice n Parley m rioiii-seHaTe removed to the 4. JI ivK WXSUSy Mm . ---- cr u 'o v y. A quart is worth gallons of cure of prevention The l??ft It just as true the taking i wwj One door above their old stand, where 'hey will welcome all 01 tneir uia many Customers Fa ones as willand asadvan- - new (j;IJK9 take reduced 2V tage of tho are vv P"ce they iHjKO making-all rt &X3 g m jm y-- S Iff i& JR Sb SB M 5 re$ 5&S H) i ; H?r?ugk '1 $$$ line S -fl siilitlpf$fo IMllililllllillik ftareapariHa Johnston's B H m w k?& feS w. -- Boots of all description, Hats, Caps, ' the-law- -- letter-carrier- WbZ0SSk. mmmm, or to H take Johnston's,?" and thirty has stood the, test for thousands what it has rt bottles for for -- If $?4 111 ' - 0 $81 Si IL SIlirts Neckwear, Ifp Underwear, Collars, Cnifs, fe?N Umbrellas, Rubbers of all kinds. '& Jp fgg lip KcSr l9 m KM : Call and see them at their new place, one cIoor akve tneir old stand at the Farley Honso. lp) HF j ; ' .Is y E 31 tsQi " I Don't Miss The Place. "W 1""fc j II - fifl $m lit&l Freeman Brothers, Richmond, Ky. . O If wjHiiifci rv Knee.' .w '2J" T ff f!3 "" itSSi Sg M6& Hi , ISM Farlej' Old SUad, Mala Street, Richmond, Ky. WW. r . fci 319 3H n, H JMwr 'I 1. ' Jr r. i ! ." - '3L ;r - T' If 1. ! v.v Ji &- liV-J." - ' ta ll j - " i - 1, c t J it '71 &sid fTi1rr"umhk t r ifo-i rfi riir iTBWBm-i9 mttMBBBSBtSIBSBmBSSSEinSBMmKmKm ir.i1liirffllT 2. BHslmftri t iTtwIwi .f mKBSmS&tKVmBBBMSMO:LSBaiBSBSKSm-in 1'Y - 3IIHE mW jjZj&iBEitKEBs9&A i--"ii 5s 'Ik ; i law r j- - - r o a .i. r -- &t, t - M Gratz of tO t-- t- - n u H 3U-Arn-ett, f Judge T. J. Scott, formerly Common Pleas Judire of tins district, is a candi date for as Judge in the Miss Matilda Tribble is in CincinrUBUSHIS EVERY WEDNESDAY BT Richmond district. He is a good man nati visiting Miss S.BusselLLetcher. and n fine Jndge. He will be a hard After quite a siege of illness Mr. Cv Go. man to beat ML Sterling Tho H. Chenault is at his desk at the Second National Bank. Miss Elsie McCown Ib at home jitD.MlLLutT' PPorsMndEdHors. With a after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Carter There stands Missouri C B. WOODS, Associate Editor. grace that stamps her as the Queen of Helm Jone, at Louisville. YEAR, ?1.50. the West the good State of Missouri, by Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Rowland, of PRICK PER a bill introduced by Senator Charles E. $1.25 IX ADVANCE, up last Wednesday Peers, will shortly erect a monument of Danville, came to visit their daughter, Mrs. S. B. Missouri granite, at the place in that WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1897. State, where the remains of Daniel White. Mr. Slmler, a prominent horseman, Boone and his wife were originally ADVESTXSING BATES. buried, as an evidence of the cratitude of Charleston, 111., visited Col. R. P. -- J of the people of Missouri, to that distin- Fox last week and was greatly de52 H O O 3" D 3 Z o guished and heroic pioneer. $6,000 w ill lighted with Madison. be expended. Mrs. Wm. F. Schooler, city editor ? t- 2 S ? SPACE. With reverent hesds we bow to the of the Advance,1s visiting- relatives I ; r fair daughter of Kentucky for her grate- in Richmond nnd Irvine this week. : : : i : : : : : : : : Morehead Advance. : ful and gracious tribute to the pioneers I Inch 1 i ooj: 5c $1155(50 (700 (13 00 who sleep beneath the soil ot Old.Ken-tuckMr. Eugene W. Lee, a prominent a Inchei. 175 150 350 7001100 17 so where, a hundred years hence citizen and stockbuyer, of Danville, 3 Inches, a 50 3 50 5 00 10 00 15 00 3 S on ijco a8 75 posterity shall gather to pay their tribute was 4 Inches. 300 400 6n the guest of Mr. J. W. Bales and 34 So 7 50 15 00 13 5 Inches. 5 00 3 50 40 jl"ol 400 600 goo 18 co 17 oc 60 00 to gallant Boone when every turf be- Mr. T. S. Ellis on Thursday last. 00 neath their feet will 6 00 9 00 13 00 7 00 40 00 JJ Col be a great man's 8 00 11 00 17 75 34 so so co So 00 Misses Mamie and Madge Hart atJJ ro! - to 00 100 00 Col sepulchre. There standsMissouri! so' 4 loco IS co tended the Cynthiana ball on Friday-last-, THE CLIMAX. Climax Printing PERSONAL. MARRIED. Sentinel-Democra- t. 1 - r r Z S f - 2r" y. 1 o- VRcadtnr notices 10 cents a line for first In sertion, $ cents a line for each additional insertion Obituaries, resolutions of repeet and similar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. CANDIDATES IS ELECTED. ANNOUNCEMENT. CIRCUIT JUDGE. TV J. SroTT is a candidate for re election to the office of Circuit Judge is it? in this (the 23th) Judicial District, Our mines have produced $10,000000 subject to the action 01 tne .Demo- in the lrst three montliF. 'J his, too, has paaty. cratic Sixty five millions of dollars were ported to this country for investment in e case Bryan was elected, and millions were hoarded. But it is neither in the treasury nor in the banks. Where imfifty-on- to the office of Attorney in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject tn the action of the Democratic party. rlntfl for commonwealth's attorney. Ben. A. Crutcheb directs the an- nninimiiiint of himself as a cnnui- r,mmrnvealth's FOR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. date ty Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. P. H. SULIilVAN. ron jailer. is a candidate for TnMi P Jailer of Madison county, bubject to the action of the Democratic party. A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to tne action of the Democratic party. "We are authorized to announce P. B. Broaddus as candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. INSTRUCTION. Mrs. JohnIWilliamson is a candidate for Superintendent Public Instruction for Madison county, subFOR I hereby announce myself a candifor Judge of the Madison Coun- SUIT. PUBLIC ject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS. OF PUnLIC Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. l-i J. V. Wagers is a candidate for FOB CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR SHERIFF. S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is H. H. Colyer is a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. been hoarded. The country has in circulation $250,000 000 of gold. This was once seen. It has gone, hoarded, too. This was all to return to circulation if McKinley was elected. Contracts for new work amounting to $16000,000 were reported by the Chicago papers, all contingent on McKinley's election. In SL Louis bankers reported that $25,000,000 ou!d be invested in va was rious enterprises if McKinley elected. In Ohio Mr. L. C. Goodale, suacency, a perintendent of Bradt-treet'man at a post which gitesa bird's-ey- e view to business, said: "Taking all things into consideration, it is a fair estimate to put the sum that will be invented in Olii-j- , after McK'nley is elected, at anout $50,000,000. This is for the whole State. In New York City contracts and estimates are noted amounting to -- if McKinley is elected. These millions of gold and these millions of capital are both under cover, waiting to see if McKinley is elected. There is not a man in touch with business in any way, large or small, wholesale or retail, manager or contractor, employer or clerk, boss or workman, who does not of his own personal knowledge know of some job, some contract or some order hung up to see if McKinley is elected. Multiply this bv all the country, there are 1,"'0Q,(0) firms in business each with this knowledge and this experience. Add together the brief but big facts given above fur a few cli s and States. Think it a'l over. Theit are at least $300,000 000 of gold hoaid.-to see if McKinley is elected The caj.-itwaiting at home and abroad for investment, if Mi'Kiuley is elected, no one can estimate. It is at least Sl.OX) 000000 malting to set in motion the wheels fcf industry, grinding out wages if Me Kinley is elected. What has become of it? Echo! Sunny South. s $50,-000,0- 00 al tendered the declaimers at the big contest of the evening before. Miss Sallie Tevis, of Richmond, is visiting Mrs. J. H Graves, at Chiles-burBoth ladies spent yesterday with. Mrs. A.. D. Chinn. Lexington Argonaut. Misses Feland had as thoir guest last week Misses Jnnie Feland, of Boyle county, Florence Bond, of Franklin, Tenn., and Florida Lackey, of Paint Lick. Mr W. II. Shanks, who has been playing the rolo of widower for a couple of weeks, went up to Richmond to bring Mrs. Shanks home. Stanford Journal. Mr and Mrs. R. E. Turley gave a swell dining on Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Turley, Jr., nee Miss Edlou Phelps. A number of young people were invited. g. Mrs. Mary D. Moore, of Mt. Vernon, Missouri, after a visit to Mrs. Claude Smith, left on Thursday for Irvine, where she will be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. David Berg- man. It will be a source of delight to hr many Richmond friends to know that Mrs. E. T. Jackson has entirely recovered her health, and further more is matron of tho Silliman Institute at Clinton, La. Mrs. S. C. Baldwin, of Red House, has been quite ill. She is the mother of Robert Baldwin and Miss Lizzie Baldwin, of this city. The latter was summoned to her bedside Thursday. Winchester Democrat. Miss Florrie Heath, who has been visiting Mrs. JohnEmbry, at Nicholasville, was tendered a handsome reception last Monday night. Miss Heath is a favorite in Richmond, and is one of our most beautiful and attractive young ladies. Elder J. G. Parsons, general mis sionery for Southeastern Kentucky of the Baptist church was here on Thursday last, enroute to Winchester to visit his brother, Isaac F. Parsons, who was very low with fever. Elder Parson was accompanied by Mr. F. IL Davidson and wife, of Irvine. Mr. J. R. Davis, a prominent mer-o- f Campbellsville, came up last Saturday and joined his wife, who is visiting Mrs. A. M. White, noar this city. "Haw k" Davis, as he is known by his Marion and Tnylor county friends, subscribed for the Clisiax, which has the largest circulation of any paper ever published in Madison county. Mrs. J. B. Embry gave a delightful five o'clock tea Monday evening in honor of her visitor, Miss Florida Heath, of Richmond. The invited guests were : Misses Sallie and Lucy Brown, Annie Craig, Mittie Rambo, Katherine Cotton and Mrs. Mildred Mason. .Messrs. L. S. Fitzhugh, It. L. Joplin, Dan Hemphill and M. for Assessor of Madison county, ject to the action of the Democratic James C. Miller is a candidate sub- CORRESPONDENCE. PORTWOOD. tV I"- - IP Mrs. Martha Benton is out again after We are authorized to announce a few days illness. "W. Moores as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject J. 11. Turpi u is rejoicing over his new to the action of the Republican party. boy and named him after our defeated President. surfaces. children. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. Mrs. Paulina Portwood, of this place, We will give One Dollars for Woolley. Mrs. Woolley wife of any case of Deafness Hundred by catarrh) We are authorized to announce is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. W. (caused n Green Clay a candidate for the Col Robert W. Wooley, tho that cannot ho cured by Hall's Catarrh office of City Attorney, of Richmond, Turpiu, at Red House. Louisville attorney, died at Cure. Send far circulars; free. of the Ky., subject to the action Mr. James Smershas returned home the family residence Friday mornDemocratic party. F. J. CHENEY & C, Toledo. O, from Illinois. He said when he left ing, from the effect of an accident. feb3-lSold by Druggist, 75c. We are authorized to announce J, there it was 30 degrees below zero. She was arranging the curtains in Talbot Jackson as a candidate for City Attorney, of Richmond, Ky., the room, when she fell to the floor, A. Anderson. Jessamine Journal. PANOLA. subject to the action of the Demostriking upon her head. Mrs. Wooley Mr. Grant E.Lilly had as a guest cratic party. We take the mud now at every step. had long been one of the most promilast week his father, Judge Henry nent women in Louisville. She was Mrs. E. P. Benton is suffering with a Clay Lilly, of Irvine. Judge Lilly FOB coroner. Elizabeth before her marriage Miss Mary E. Adams Will B mild attack of tonsilitis. is enjoying good health and has Louis David H Adler Isaac We are authorized to announce G. Logan Lucius S The thermometer registered 12 degrees cause to be happy in his latter years Johnson, and belonged to one of the Bernett Diller O. Dozieb a candidate for Coroner, Maupin Mary Broaddus most distinguished families in Lou- Broaddus J F (Col) Miller Irvine T Manda subject to the action of the Demo- below zero during the cold snap. to note the standing and prominence Miller Davie C Barton Ever isville. party. cratic Elder Neal, of Winchester, preached a of his sons. Win. H. is county judge Morton Nannie .Cole Nannie 'Comelison Lizzie MissMcWhorter Francis good 6ermon at Sj eedwell church Sun- of Estill, with aspirations to become Cunningham Bettie Reed Martha McKinley is picking out his Cabinet, day. Royce Callie uaviason ueo Commonwealth Attorney ; Grant E. is Soder Dejarnett Sallie says the Nicholasville Democrat, as fast Dudley Ellin Robert There will be a wedding on Bed Lick county attorney , and also a member as he can, considering that he has to stop Thompson J E Mrs Feltz Kittie (Col) The Popular Douglas Shoes. waters v. Guess who till next of tho Richmond Bar; while D. Clay Fox Love Watts W R now and then to attend to his correspondWalker Bettie Mrs There is no shoe made lor meu's wear Germons John Lilly is pastor of a flourishing PresHamilton J W Warren II T ence with Bob Wilmoreand Tom Adams. week. that has attained a greater popularity Hall Lucy White Linda'Mrs Prof. Adams is teaching a class in vo- byterian church in Alabama. White Mary Mrs t Hunard than the celebrated T. L. Douglas 6hoe. Johnson B C White Francis Mrs Dick Invitations, on which the following The Mt. Sterling cal music at Bear Wallow. There will White Wary Miss Jones Nick has changed to a and we he preaching there Sunday at 11 o'clock. is handsomely engraved, have been Tho fact that they combine style and King Dora Willis Minerva quality at a low price has given them received here: shall look forward with pleasure to openJ "B. WILLIS, Postmaster, -universal indorsement. The manufacMr. and Mrs. L. T. Hubbard ing this excellent journal hereafter on "WINSTON. remiest the honour of your presence ture of these shoes has made it possible Tuesdays and Fridays instead of once a at the marriage ot their daughter Estill County for a man iu the most ordinary circum LAND, STOCK AND CROP Julia, week, as heretofore. We trust the good to Misbes Olive and Myrtie Amerine restances to keep himself provided with Mr. Kuper Hood, people "bf ML Sterling will appreciate turned home Sunday from an extended on Wednesday evening, Feb. the seventeenth, footwear of as good style as the marTwo dogs killed $150 wortli of sheep eighteen hundred and this enterprise and bestow the patronage visit on Station Camp. for Mock Brothers, at Ceiler Grove. at half past seven o'clock, in ket affords the extremely low price at it merits. As it was launched on ground Trinity Church, fine Southdown Mibs Corda Snowden was called to her which they are old placing them with- Tnere were twenty-onCovington, Kentucky. hog day may no shadow ever cross its ewes, reapy to Iamb, and Fisher buck. athome in dark county last week to The grjom-to-b- e is the popular in reach of all. way. tend the burial of her little sister. Tho only cheap quality in them how Not a one escaped. The dogs got into the agent of tho L. & N. in this city, Pkof. John Clark Kidfah, formerly among her whilst tho young lady is one of Cov- ever, is the price; in all other respetcs sheep after breakfast and were caught at Miss Pearl Newman is out President of the Depaw University, many friends, after being confined to her ington's fairestf daughters, one who they grade as high as any shoe in the work and both of them killed: Greencastle, Ind., and the writer of sev At the Tom Adams sale in Garrard room with lagrippe for the past two will easily grace the postion in social market. Their lasting qualities have eral histories of the United States, weeks. yesterday, two hundred barrels of corn circles here which she enjoys at been fully tested and found to be World, etc, has accepted a position as They are not only of good sold at $1.40, hay at 5Sc, mules at $40 to home. d It is a pleasure for us to read the editor of the Arena, a reform monthly style when new, bnt retain their shape $79 and agricultural implimeuts sold news iu the Climax, but would The trouble with lovers generally magazine, of pages, published at Bosgenerally were satisfactorj' The and excellent appearance until completeton, Mass. He is a learned man, a rather have longer letters to read, for is that their game progresses too ly worn out a very rare quality in even farm of 318 acres wes rented to Jiin staunch supporter of bimetallism and a that is a booming little town and has rapidly, but the Midway girls are the highest priced shoes. They are sold the well known horeo trader, for not to be daunted by the flekleness of true and patriotic citizen. The Arena plenty of good news. in Richmond by Freeman Bros., who $1,157. I. M. Dunn was the suctioneer. Clarence i. irnnsteau, wtio lias ac- fate. Says the Clipper: "Miss Lena and Climax one year, $3.75. have jnst received a new invoice of the Mr. James H. Wilson sold to Clark cepted a position with a company in St. Hawkins invited fifteen young lady various styles. Bros., of New Orleans, twenty-fou- r TnE country press of Kentucky com- Louis, will move his family to Richmond friends to spend Friday night head last of mules at $65 per head: also a fine e pares favorably with that of any State in Wednesday. We w ish Tuck suc- with her and asked sixteen young Twe Mormon Missionaries. mare, price not given. From every the .Union, though it has received cess, for he is a good man. gentlemen to tea. Thir'y-tw- o young Mormon missionaries are reported indication the mule market is on smaller favor from those who make and the Elder D. G. Combs will begin a series people including the fair young to be at work in this section. A dis- improve, the demand being extra good. those who administer laws than many hostess, surrounded the supper table tinguished Danville minister inmeetings at this place of WedYoung mules are scarce and feeders will State. Our libel laws are crude nesday, so reported. He has been at and all was as merry as a marriage veighs against them in the following find it much harder to pick up a bunch and oppressive, while such a thing as a feast. After tea the game of "pro- pointed paragraphs: for the past "two weeks. He "legal advertisement" rarely appears in Sand Hill than ever before. New Castle Local. gressive love" was indulged in and work in Estill county. is doing-gooTwo men aro going from house to the .columns of a country newspaper L. K. Rogers, agent for Will Cecil, sold tho first prizes were awarded to Miss house, claiming to be "ministers of Eld. James T. Turpin is now postmasthough more frequently than formerly. Christian and. Mr, Iko Parrish and the gospel, representing tho Latter to E. W. Patton, Asheville. N. C. a bay ter at King's Station and it seems that he Probably it is to this necessity for boobies to Miss Hughes and Mr. Day Saints," and offering literature gelding, five year old, for $125. Also for should .not take up all his lime in read- the and perpetual effort that the Hubert Goolwin, to same party a David Lehman. The occasion was to enlighten our people. "rural roosters" are indebted for their de- ing, but write some of his good letters voted a'grand success by all presents brown" golding.for $90. Patton Now, for what does the system of lor the Climax. So come on Elder. velopment, vim vigor and victory. shipped this raorriing fourteen head of approach To the end that the readers of the It seems that Estill county has as Thetho electionof the time for hold-din- g these "Xiatter Day Saints" stand? of State Regent D. 1. For thd imposture known as "the horses to Asheville to be used in his Republican candidates as voters. many Climax may drink at these livery stable, snd had one of the best A. R. brings with it the gratifying book of Mormon," with all the fountains of wisdom and patriotism W. T. Tharp and O. K. Noland are the results of lots of the kind that ever left Danville. the choice of tho Chapters it implies. we will from time to time reproduce the latest two announced. Tharp for Circuit throughout Kentucky for Mrs. W. 2. For the mongrel religion, made choicest productions of some of our wis- Court Clerk and Noland for County Awarded H.Mackoy, of Covington, says the up of distorted passages and perest brethren of the rural press, and earn- Judge, both good men. Highest Honors World's Fair, Commonwealth, of that eat oitv verted facts, filched from the Bible, estly beseech a careful perusal of the joe rortwoou, manager over t.ie east election is practically Jassured and to give plausibility to tho theory and garnered gems. Unlike most of the city end of the Richmond and Irvine turn- - Covington will feel a pride in the practice of Mormonism. jojrnals, the country press is close to the was over the road looking lection of this accomplished and 3. For crimes, which if not perpepeople, feels their heart throbs, knows the wet weather slides which might servedly esteemed lady. The follow-com- e trated by the Mormon church, were their wants and sentiments, and, in the rosd. Portwood is a good ing Chapters have declared her to bo palliated by it. by corporate or political power, man in the right place, for he Iceeps the ' their first choice: 4. For polygamy, which was pracElizabeth Kenton their words are well worthy of attention. road in order. : Tlnhw . Chanter.f Covino-rnr ticed with all its abominations, until wi Last week wo published a column of Boone Chapter, Newport: Jemima the power of Congress intervened, wise word from the non corrosive pen II. R. Watts, auctioneer, reports the Johnson Chapter, Paris; Samuel Mc- when they found it convenient to of the editor of the Stinford Inteiior-Journa-l. sale of Grant Elkin near Log Lick on the Dowell Chapter, Cynthiana; Valen- have a new xeyelation. JBut does This week, on ojir first page, we 29th; 3 yearling steers wt. about COO lbs., tine Pears Chapter, Maysville; Gen- any intelligent man believe the Morprint the second installment of these ed- $17.50 per head; I yolk plain oxen, $59 00; eral Sam Hopkins Chapter, Hender- - mons have changed their principles? itorial ,Rleaniugs, from the Nicholasville I lrv row. $22.50; pair 2 year old mules, 'son, and Madison County' Chapter, 5. For an "Imperium in Iraperio ;" J3exrfocrat, whose editor is another gen').''; ual rses, sold from 510.00 Richmond! Tho fnllnrcinp- nhnnt. a political organization, hostile, as ius of the press. He writes as he thinks, to $25 00 each; l lot tihot&j, n eight 35 lbs., have declared her to be their second far as it dares to be, to the laws of 3ke the old Confederate soldier whom jiuujjra t.iu .a urau, i JUt cuoico: jonn inarsnai Cnapter, the United States. T,ho pretext of MOST PERFECT MADE. ire asked last .November which way he brought $3.00 per hundred; born in crib IiOuisville; Susan Hart Shelby religion is used to conceal the, real A pure Grape would vole, replied, "Xrotejis GeamoJartar Powder. Fm Idiot to $160 per barrel; ter, Versailles ; Boonesl)orough Chapl character of tho systemj as the devil prn Ammoria,JUum or any other aduMcnwit traight." 7etsTper ehock. stock VPjTbc'.jTUC criunitn Vi ter.Bicbmond. Iswpnf-tthrow- over his ugly side I Aft t . i ' party. John Gibbon-Bale- s. The marringo of .. 1.:1 t. ..!.. ....Miss Maggio Bales and Mr. C. B. People often wonder why their nerves axe .u ,..Ke ri IC1 u f ir ci..i: I. so weak; why they get tired bo easily; out eltcinneering among tho farmerc, Gibson occurred Wednesday; last, at why they start at every slight but showed his true Kentucky blood by of tho bride's father, sudden Bound; why they do not sleep Dr. C. J. Bales. Only the near relanaturally; why. they have frequent climhine a tree after a cixnt tives of tho contracting parties were headaches, indigestion and nervous HOW TO FIND OUT. presenL The ceremony was performed by Rev. Isaac Anderson, of Rose Hill, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson left The explanation Is simple. It is found in Fill a bottle or common water glass on the afternoon train fer Jonesville, with nriue anil let stand tv.enty-fou- r that Impure blood which is continVa.. where the groom, who is a cousually feeding tho nerves upon refuse hours; a sediment or settling indicates a in of Dr. Ilugh Gibson, of this city, instead of the elements of strength and diseased condition of the kidneys. vigor. In such condition opiate and When urine stains litieu it is poMtive is a prosperour merchant and a popnerve compounds simply deaden and ular citizen. Wo have known Miss P do not cure. Hood's Sarsaparilla feeds evidence of kidney trouble. Too fre Bales since her childhood and she is the nerves pure, rich, red blood; gives qnent desire to urinate or pain iu the truly a lovely and loveablo character, natural sleep, perfect digestion, is the back, is also convincing proof that the 2 true remedy for all nervous trouble. whom we sincerely regret to serren-de- r kidneys and bladder ire out ol order. to another State, even to so reWSAT TO nowned a commonwealth as the is comfort in the knowledge "Mother of States.,, May her married so often expreFsed, that Dr. Kilmer' life bo an unbroken span of happiness-isSwamp-Roothe great kidney remedy wish in which tho Climax1 is joinfulfills every wish in relieving pain in ed by her many warm friends in The undersigned has three separata small Richmond. Is the One True Blood rurtfler. $1 per bottle. the back, kidneys, liver, bludder and farms which he offers at private sale separately Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Cc, Lowell, Mass. every part of the urinary paases. It or tSgcther. All three are situated at The cure Liver Ills; easy to cornets inability to hold urine and . Mr. Jack Twigg and Miss nOOd S FlllS take, easy to operate. c. scalding pain iu passing it, or bad effects STATION, Sallie McWilliams was solemnized last Wednesday at Whites Station, some shred of an angel's garment. following use of liquor, wimj or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain this county, at the home of the Who So silly as to be deceived by of being compelled to get up many times respectively C6, 8j and 165 acres, and nre well bride's father, Mr. O. C McWill-iam- the trick? watered and well improved farms. There is dur nc: the night to urinate. The mild Rev. Lloyd officiated in the C. B. H. Mabtin and tho extraordinary effect of ijwnnip-Ro- no better land in Madison county, most of it being presence of a few relatives.nnd near is soon realized. It ftands the Horse Sales. friends. The bride is a charming BOTTOM LAND- .young lady who is niuch.admired by Tho Climax anxiously hoped for highest for its wonderful cures of the It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by her large ciacle of friends. Without encouraging news from W. R. Bras most distressing cases. If you need a turnpike to school?, churches, railroads, mills, medicine you should havo the best. etc., all within a mile of White's Station Post doubt she is one of the most lovely field's annual winter horse sale, at young ladies in Madison. Of Mr. Lexinsrton. last week, inasmuch as Sold by druggists, price fifty cents anil Office, ten miles from Richmond. TEEMS cash, Twigg the Climax has only kind local horse fanciers were interested one dollar. For a sample bottle and balance to Sale will be made suit purchaser. For particulars, pamphlet, both sent free by mail, menand complimentary words. He came both as sellers and buyers, Fine aniaddress here from Stafford, England, a few mals were sold at a mere song, for tion the Climax, and send .your full Geo. D. White, & Co.. e address to Dr. Kilmer years ago and settled down on a instance the first offering was a bay feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. ISinghamptou, N. Y. The proprietors handsome farm adjoining that of his colt 3 years old by Lord Russell, out good friend and countryman, Mr. of Eventide, therefore full brother of this paper Euaiantee the genuineness jan 201y Harry S. Morgan, near Whites Sta- to the great Kremlin 2 :07K- - Ho was of this offer. tion. Here they carried . on their rather small, and showed no great farming in the most progressive speed. He was started by a $10 bid, manner anu nave neon prospering and after much persuasion the constantly. Mr. Morgan married a price rose to $100. and at that figure s TTV-years beautiful Chicago lady and for a Clem Beachly got him. 11 19 while Jack Twigg looked like he had ago the colt would have,; brought mi lost his mnte, so inseparable had ho thousands. People have quitbuying I). M. Chenault, Gd'n., &c., Pl'ff.,) Notice of no 1 against Sale and Mr. Morgan always been. Now brothers to great race horses. )In Equity. On Petition, was for BY virtue of a judgment and ordir of sale of that Jack has joined the army of The highest price paid M.irilimn Cimiit th. benedicts and has won a most esti Time Onward, the youngest son of JanuaryTerm thereof, Honrt.in rpn.lprpri ntstyle 1897, the above niahle bride, wo trust tho lives of famous Nettie Time, dam of Temple cause, the undersigned will, on j'.tyjj, asB- mrJm the two young Englishmen will be Bar 2:17KShadeland Onward2:lSK, blessed with perfect happiness. 17, Jewell & Patterson getting him for Wednesday tho $300. This splendid siro was property of Mr. B. Howard Neale, Between the hours of 11 o'clock, a. m., and 12 m., on counof tiiis city, and is distinguished as o'clock, proceedthe premisea in M ulison to the ty. Ky.. to expose to public sale, the youngest sire (6) of any yearling nsgnesi oiaaer, me lowing described proper- W o o u m s. Samuel Woolums, ty, viz.: paced a public mile in aged 55, died at Ford on the 3d inst. that ever A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND, 0.0431 He leaves a wife and five children. Col. R. P. Fox and son, of this city, Situ&ted in Madison county, Ky., on the waters Was a brother of Pleasant Woolums, east by Athad a consignment of horses in the of Otter Creek and bounded on theand T. the the lands of Nannie Gentry M. of this county. Oldham, on the south by the land of Josiah sale, among them French Lady,br f, Gentry, on the west by the lands of Chas. GenLykins. Mrs. Elvira Lykins, aged 2, by Dr. Hooker; dam by Flaco try and George Gentry and on the north by the about 73 years, died on Saturday Sold to Alfred Walker, Richmond, lands of Susan Golden and Wm. Jjtt and containing 260 acres, more or less. Said land to be near Waco. She was the mother of $100. surveyed to purchaser. There are on said tract a brick residence of eight rooms, a Constable Lykins, Mrs. Geo. Webber by Dr. Hooker; stock barn and all necessary Dick Shanks, b c,l, a and Misses Florence and Belle Ly- dam Ytzoo. Sold to Scott Boll Hud good orchard in bearing, &c, &c. TEEMS Sale will be made on a credit of six, kins. son, Lexington, $100. twelve and twenty-fou- r months The purchaser will be required to gife bond, with Hawkins, Dr. J. Russel Hawwas only fairt the gooa Tho attendance security, ior tne payment ol .he purchase Telephone Your "Cousin," years Clerk of inclemency of the weather tending money, to have the force and effect of a replevin kins, for twenty-fiv- e bond, bearing legal interest fro the davof the Senate, died at Frankfort on to keep it- down. There was a Bale, interest payable annually, with a lien re upon saia property until all the pur- Tuesday last, aged 92. Dr. Hawkins BROADDUS. absence of big buyers, and served money is paid. a. .t.suui-r- , was one of tho best known men in prices naturally ruled low. Many a chase M. C. M. C. C. Hanley's Old Stand Kentucky, as his service in the Sen- bargain was picked up by shrewd No. 28. 33 ate made him prominent acquain- horsemen. tances all over the State. AJAX TABLETS POSITrVELY CURE Deafness Cannot ts Cured Ji Z,, JferrotiM Jwie-.FailinMem Hackett. The homo of Jacob 017, Jmpotencr. SlmpleaioiiMi, etc., caused FREE by local applications asthey cannot reach br Abnae or ether Exmmim and Tnrliv Hackett, a well known citizen of cretlona, Thy quickly and lurtlu the diseased portion of the ear. There is Lort Viulitr in oli or joanc. and mtora near Red House, was saddened on An education at Harvard, Yale, A fit a man for atadr, business or marriage. or any other collese or iiiHtitutiou Y Saturday by the death of his wife, a only one way to cure deafness, and that taken In tim .9. Their Insanltr and Consumption it Prennt ahows lmmcdiato imDrovoof learning in the United States, k CUBE most excellent woman, who leaves a is by constitution.-.- remedies. Deafness mentand eSerta athene whereAjax other fall Tbej all genuine 'rablets or in the New England Conserva- - ), is cured by an infitmed condition of the hare upon havingcured thousands and. will cure too. We eire apo. number of children. Burial in the torv of Music, can he secured Iiv V itlie written guarantee to eSect a cure Eft pTf in each ease or refund the moner. Price Richmond cemetery. Deceased was mucous lining of the Eustace.! n Tube. pockase; or six pken (full treatment)OU U I d per fy any young man or womau who is Br for a daughter of Congrave Green. Esq. When this tube is luflimed you have a mail,- in plain wrapper, npon receipt of price.CiO. - a in earne&t. Write for particulars Circular 59Drb.ra3tY ouicklv. rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, 'res- A.IAY PPMPhV JAMES D. BALL. Proctor. W. S. Proctor, aged 72 and when it is entirely closed, Deafness For sale in Richmond, Ky., SGBromfield St.. Boston. Mass. i 7 r years, died at Do Knlb, Texas, last Ilerndon. week. His wife was Miss Mildred is the result, and unless the inflammation Carter, a niece of Mr. T. S, Ellis, of can be taken oufand this tube restored this city. Her mother, Elizabeth to its normal condition, hearing will be Ellis, married Jasper Carter, of Fay destroyed forever; nine leases out of ten ette, and moved to Texas in '56. Mr. are caused by catarrh, which is nothing Proctor leaves a wife and five grown but an inflamed condition of the mucous Nervous Dyspepsia tempted arrest. kill Judjie latnt. KedwiIK-- l,, who Under at- IS ...., I TREA3UBY- DEPABTMENT, OFFTCS Architect, Washington, U. )., Jan- I nary 29, PROPOSALS inll be on ! received at this ofHec until 2 o'clock, p. m. the 19th day of February, 1397, and opeced lm-- I mediately thereafter for all the- labor and mi- i torinls rcnuireil to not in Dluce comulete a .i0wer clock for the S. Post Office builalns at Richmond. Kentucky, in accordance witi draw. ings and specification, copies of which may be i had at this office or at the office of the Saperin-tendtat the above named building. Each bid must be accompanied by a certifies check for a sum not less than 10 per cent, of the proroal. The right is rtserved to reject anjr or all bids and to waive any defector informality in any bid should it be deemed in tho interest of the Government to do sa, All proposals received after the time stated will be returned to the bidders. WM. MABTIN AIKEN, Supervisinn Architect. lew-21 nt 1 t jg Iff m w "IP P l m m 24 lower, Scott &Frazeei! DRAPERIES. CARPETS, FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. M R?si m en :&: Hood's Sarsparllla -- $m TF flKEK AK ID FOR Special Sals of Pictures Beginning Monday, Jan. 28, WJi WILL PLACE ON SALE ABOU- T- m f n i DO-The- re S:3 fej t, 3 Jl JLJL Ch oice Marked down to One-Hal- f former Prices. ictures, of i n -- Twic.a-McWiLLiA- war-ring-- of WHITE'S s. ot E 3 m :; Subjects. This is rare opportunity for Hotels, Restaurants and Private Families to obtain Beautiful Pictures at Low Prices. m m . 3 m m m one-thir- d ' post-offic- Marked id piaii Bfts. See Oar Di5piat. e kuw I Fttnuy rom --fc 3fr-f- n, - iBrower, Scott gi & Frazee, r VJ Cosner iMain and Broadway, LexingtOH, Ky. W, F35 DEATHS. l The Einest Kigs, The Safest Drivers, The Promptest PLOWING, have the best plows the factories produce. If you expect to do am plowing the coming spring, and are TVe spi ING M I I II I M II II I V I I tention. II I II I first-cla- The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. P. B. not already supplied with plows, a call. you - 31 II 1 I cannot afford to buy before giving m I 1 MADE ME A MAN ff Everything kept in a well II II I I P EDUCAkT"1 equipped hardware house is found in our stock. i: Jt II II I J t ! - - In-a- nt m Shnokelfore! M -- -- 0i8i3try, t M ll5r N1 RICHMO.ND, KENTUCKY. woll-know- m List of Letters, " We open in our new house, next door to the Parmer's National Bank, foimn occupied by Klein & Son, having sold out all our stock at auction, we open with new stock, the largest and best in .Richmond and a LOCAL. Mary-Taylo- Sentinel-Democry at semi-weekl- 0V ninety-seve- e Port-woo- well-Price- s We want your custom and Tre will give you the" best bargains ever offered before in the county Men's. Suits at $2.50, Boy's Suits at 50c. Boy's Knee Suits at 58c. Men's Shoes at 75c. Ladies' Shoes at 75c. -- Mid-dlet- on, worth 80.00 -- worth 4.00 worth i.oO 1:25 to-da- Bad-di- worth wortli 1.50 d ' hum-buge- ry - Dress Goods, Carpets, - - Calicoes, Cottons, Ginghams, Floor Oilcloth, IScts.ayd. 3cts, a yd. 4cts. a yd. 4cts. a yd, 8cts. a yd. 9cts. a yd. -- jfcr vVjft"Vflx s5'fct.''n - . ttt. se-pide-aft- Lace Curtains, 38ets. a pr. Overcoats and Capes at your own prices. Table Linens at 15cts. a yd., an d thing you need in Notions and Furnishing Goods cheaper than ever offered We want your trade andwe will save,you money. Don't forget our place. every-before. to-d- iy . er J un-aw- ed ( first-cla- ss 4- -T -- Ti.n CREAM fi&HNG POWDift t lit - NEW YORK STOR - p Town, Klein & Sohs Old Stand -- Come Everybody. " -- Chap-bfOrjsfefiro- Hi $1-4- 5 iddr " ' o - i ! - . a- - JT- "-I- it . a 3 S k. 41'. -- k - .1: 4 ,4 iJ- j i -":- - ' .""S, 'T 4 - rn.M.mm a '. "!. - t ! v-- - " . Kentucky. c. f ',&--:. 4wfc.L Jtfi? J& i , ?? -- 5" - f J""! ""V " kM u-.- -- V3L w". "r r -- v. ' - - i'T if- R- tF- - n I ML 51? ' r Hon. 'X'. D. Miles, late Republican elector from the 8th District wants to bo Minister to Bolivia. Mrs. Battler, who now lesides WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10,1897. near McKinnoy in Lincoln county, has reached the grand old age of a rSVwVZvZVZVZVs century and ten years. w w w w (m The merchant who fails to adver- - wj The school taught by Miss Viola (? Use in the Climax stands as much Million, at Valley View, closed on Friday, after a most successful term. show of success as a In a The has been engaged to teach tho furnace with a paper shirt on. Spring term at the same place. There are many gentlemen who prefer their shirts made to order. These should call on Frank Gofton, Mr. T. D. Chcnault is quite ill at the famous shirt manufacturer, who his homo near this city willLo at White & Gibson's on Feb. V. B. Smith is a candidate for 15 and 16. County Clerk of Bockcastlo county ! Tho recovery of Mr. Henry Clay Some complaint that the late Broaddus from a two weeks attack of is gratifying .to the friends freezes destroyed wheat in the of that gentleman, whose cordial county. handshake is ever a delight to the Plant a crop of ads. in the Cli- weary passer-bmax. They will bring- a harvest of Among the bigJist of new cash buyers. subscribers last week we welcomed Clothing with a pedigree at less Col. Wm. "Owl" Owsley, better prices. Covington & known in than fake-sal- e Lancaster society as Mitchell. "Goose Egg." than whom no jollier inches thick was gathered heart beats in Madison. When"he's Ice off Kentucky river at Ford, during fur you he's fur you." the cold snap. Cooney Xeff and partner, W. A. A nice new line of ladies' muslin Todd, who arc conducting a poultry and cambric underwear for hale at and produce store at Harrodsburg, shipped 2,000 ducks and 1,000 chickMiss Tempie Oldham's. ens and turkeys last week. On the Sam Jones will certainly bo in Richmond on Monday night, Febru- strength of their success they subscribed for the Climax. ary loth, at Court Houe. That eminent authority, Hillen-meye- r, Tickets for Sam Jones' lecture the Lexington nurseryman, on bale at Middelton's drug store, says fruit is safe. The zero weather Wednesday, February 10th. might'have been fatal to the fruits My residence anil of land advanced in warm November weathfor rent. "West Maiu street. Richmond. er had the twigs not been covered C. H. PIGG. with frost, a protection to frozen tisMiss Tempie Oldham has for sale sues. a nice new line of ladies' mnslin and Rev. J. L. Stewart, returned cambric underwear. Millinery in missionary from China, will occupy season. tho pulpit at the First Presbyterian Dr. Tedford,of Ohio, will preach church next Sunday, February 14th. at the Second Presbyterian church The pastor, Rev. J. K. Smiih, will Thursday night, preparatory to com- preach at Silver Creek Chapel at 11 o'clock and at Kingston in the after munion Sunday. noon. The Daughters of the ConfederSo highly pleased were the mem acy will meet at the liLrary rooms on Mam street Friday morning, Feb- bers of the Christian church with tho preaching of Elder W. R. Lloyd, of ruary 10, at 10 o'clock. Nashville, that he has been called to The Climax and any paper pubthe pastorate of the church in this lished, at reduced rates. See our city, at a salary of $1,500. The pro combinatiou oiler. If you don't see tracted meeting progresses without what you want ask for it. interruption and with so much visiMr. John C. Thomas, of Clark, ble success Unit the congregation will wed at feels greatly strengthened. It is and Miss Sallie the residence of Mr Hiram Shearer hoped that Mr. Lloyd will have a at Bed House on Thursday. most pleasaut and successful pastorProf. Dodge, of Berea College, ate. w rites Mr. McBridethat parties will Two Lambs or One. come fmm Berea to hear Sam P. AVoody Ecton reports to the Winchester Jones Monday. February 15. Democrat a curiosity in the shape of a Centre College has been presented lamb, or rather two lambs in oneskin. It with the Dr. S. A. Muchmore Li- had two heads, tails, twosetsof intestines, brary, of Philadelphia. It contains etc It had four legs as usual and a fifth leg on the back 4,000 volumes valued at $7,000. Sale of Hacket Land. One fare for round trip to Frankfort, account annual convention of The T. B. Hacket land was sold by "i . M. C. A. February lfeth and 19th, Assignee Stoufier last Tuesday, too good until February 23d. L. & 2C. late for our Wednesday issue. The Among the students from seven- home place of 217 acres brought.$17.75 teen states in attendance at Prof. "W. per acre ; the Park tract, 7G acres, It Smith's College, Lexington, are realized $20 per acre, total 293 acres, several from this section of the State ?,.'539.75, or an average of $18.20 per acre. B. C. Hackett was the purFare and a third to Lexington chaser. and return February 18th and 19th, New Election Called. good until February 21st, account meeting of Knights of Pythias. At the called meeting to elect a L & X. president of the Infirmary AssociaMessrs G. J. and Roy White sold tion, Mrs. E. V. Gibson, having retheir 8S0 pound hog at $3 per hun- signed, no election was held, as a dred. It was a monster, though 100 quorum was not present. The electpounds smaller than their last year's ion was postponed until Match 2. Meanwhile Mrs. David A. Chenault, porker. will discearge the Jonah Wagers, of Wagcrsville, President's duties. purchased 1 carjload of hogs and catSpecial .Train. tle in Estill for which he paid, hogs, firxi, cattle $2.50. Shipped to """A special train will be run from Rich- THE vw CLIMAX, WWSXS June-Bu- g Mr. Streng Remains. - Writing School. - Mr. H. Richmond, Jjut will in business at his old stand, opposite the Court House. However ho will not handle dry goods', but will sell men's and boys' clothing and furnishings, boots, shoes, hats, etc , and will open about March 1. go J. Strengwill not leave Rich Bourbons. (S)MSaS,AAAAA(1 y. - 6J-- 4 Bourbon county's wealth is assessed at twelve and a half million Business College, Cleveland, dollars. Twelve pay on over $75,000, O., the Iron City Commercial six of whom are worth over $100,000. of Pittsburg, Pa., and produThe largest payers are Jas.E. Clayt $268,840; Thos. Henry Clay, $187,280; ces credentials of the highest order C.Alexander, 187,200; C. M. Clay, which is incontrovertible evidence Jr., $149,375; Thos Woodward, $145,-15- that he is a thorough master of the Wm., Tarr, $117,145. Total for art of his, choice. Specimens of handwriting is exhibited, before and six men $1,052,055. after taking lessons, made by pupils Gone ThirtY-Siof Frankfort, Georgetown, WinchesYears. A btory comes fiom Hyden, Ky., of the ter, Versailles, Midway, Owenton. return of au old citizen of Leslie county Newcastle, Carlisle. Williamstown, aftei'an absence of thirty 6ix years. Wash Somerset, and adjacent cities in Lorgan bade his wife good-bono day and Kentucky, which for elegance of told fier he was going to Covington, Ky. form, beauty of shade, rapidity and He returned a few days ago. having spent legibility, surpasses any thing of the thirty bix years in California. When he kind "the Climax has ever been. lefliie had nine children, and nowhehas Prof. Robertson comes with gilt thirty-sfi.randchildreu and a few edged recommendations for honoi integrity, thestaunchebt testimonial, of his ability, and guarantees a beauOf Interest To Teachers. tiful hand to all. The nominal fee Superintendent of Public Instruction of $2 is all it costs for a complete W. J. Davidson has decided on a course of twelve lessons. point of interest to teachers. The Was Stricken in Bed. question was referred to him on comRev. Charles P. Williamson, former plaint from Fayette county, where trustees had employed teachers by pastor of the Christian church and Printhe calendar month. He says that cipal of Madison Institute, was 6tricken under tho statue, twenty schooldays, with paralysis at his home, 235 Capitol and not all the school days in a cal- Avenue, Atlanta, Ga., on Sunday mornendar month, constitute a school ing last. The news brought sadness to month, and that teachers should be his host of warm friends here, where he so long and successfully labored, and employed and paid accordingly. their prayers go up in supplication for his Spon-ceriaCol-leg- o, 5; x y x Prof. G. P, Robertson will give a series of lessons in pennmanship over Yeager's jewelry store, Second street, commencing Thursday, February 11th, at 7 p. m., presenting ev ery scholar with a grand diploma and the one making the greatest improvement an elegant prize. Tho Professor is a graduate of Eastmans National Business College, Poughkeopsie, N. Y., tho n W& ical ills, which vanish before proper efforts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a constipated condition of the system, which the plpasant family laxative. Syrup of Figs, promptly removes. That is why it is tho only remedj v'.th millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who v:i o good health. Its beneficial cffect.sa.e due to the fact, that itis the one lemedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the rgans on which it acts. It is therefore .ill important, in order to get its beneficial effects, to note when you purchase, that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in tho enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. well-inform- 9 " JH Some of the Greatest Bargains That Will be Offered by any Firm in the City are now on Sale at the With a better understanding of the nature of the many phys- Gladness Comes m 4 One lol of beautiful Piques and Docks, white grounds with colored stripes. Dots and figures are being offered at 8c. per yd. These goods make beautiful waists for children, shirts for men, dresses e just been received, being a line that was closed out by us from a and dress skirls for ladies, laige Eastern house, they are cheap at lLHc. per yd- the-hav- w ji ft ?, 'Ti One lot (about 35 pieces) of East Colored Percales in all the new patterns and shirting styles, are being offered at 8lrc per yd. These goods are equal in quality to any 12ic percales you can buy. 31-In- ch j! 11 it . i Bo-de- y vice-preside- lin-cmna- ti. "The War in Cuba," cloth back, $ 1 50; morroco back, $2.00. Lnoch Gray and Thomas O'Connor, worthy men, are agents. Help them b buying a good book. It will pay to peruse Pilcher's Pointed Paragrapi s, on our first page. They are potential potions, pithy and powerful, penned by a promiof the press. nent The Palace Hotel, three doors from the Enquirer ofllcc, is the resort of Kentuckians, who want the best $2 hotel. Single meals o"J cents. Lodging and breakfast $1. A car load of coal was presented to the poor of Midway by a coal firm, l he L. & X. donated the freight. Recently a Midway lady agreed to furnish milk to any who would ask for it. The Odd Fellows of Kentucky w ill build an Orphan's Home. Madison Lodge Xo. 14, of Richmond, dona ed $S00, a handsome um, testifying the ability and zeal of the local oOO-pa- ge pen-onage te mond to Lexington Saturday, February 13th, lia the L. & X , for thobe desiring to attend the Xordica Concert at the Lexington Opera House. Half fare rates will be given for this occasion. Train will Icue Lexington immediately after the concert. For further information call at B. L. Middelton's drug store. Sam P. Jones' Lecture. Rev. Sam P. Jones will deliver his now famous lecture, "Manhood and Money," at the courthouse on Monday night, February 15. He has been requested to say a word about "Richmond as she is and as she ought to be," and doubtless will comply. Mr. Jones is at his best on the subject "Manhood and Money." All who enjoy a good laugh will be pres- speedy recovery, if it be God's will. The There are some people who never w ear A drunken man in the Stanford Atlanta Constitution thus narrates the tried to get out of a murder occurrence, which is of sufficient local dark glasses and yet they ne er see anyjail which his companions told him he interest to warrant its 'reproduction in thing bright: it's the peple w ho aro dyspeptic and eoured. Everything is out of had committed, in the following the Climax Dr. Williamson retired Saturday even- joint with such people. "I suffered many manner, interestingby told by the Ining in apparently as good health as usual. years with Dyspepsia and liver troubles terior Journal: His sleep during most of the night but have been relieved since taking SimThe other night a man was put In jail here so dead drunk that he did seemed comparatively good, but yester- mons Lner Regulator. Iknowothers who not know when it was done. When day morning about 7 o'clock, the hour at have been greatly benefited by its use James Now land, Carrolhon, Mo. he awoke next morning, and bogan which he usually arises, his wife went to enquire "where he was at," tho into the room and immediately noticed The administrator of Joseph Graf, prisoners having decided to have a that something was wrong. He first who was killed by Henry Helmerking little fun out of him, told eim he had complained of being numb and cold, then last spring, recovered a verdict of $5,000 been put in jail for killing a certain his speech became a little heavy. damages. Other members of the family were person. He wouldn't believe it till My Noisrhbor Told He Frank Brooks from the second floor brought in and Drs. W. S. Elkin and II. hallooed down "Is that man dead-s- hot P. Cooper were sent for. About Hood's S.irsaparilla and advised The two physicians found Dr. William- me to try it. This is thekind of advertising last night?" Then realizing tho situation he blurted, "I swear to God son partially paralyzed on his left side, which givea Hood's S.irsaparilla the larghe shot at me twice before I shot at and after doing everything possible ier his est sales in the world. Friend tells friend welfare, placed him in charge of Mis A. that Hood,8 Sarsaparilla cures; that it all " L. Bunting, a trained nurse from the gives strength, health, vitality and vigor, South Before the War. Grady hospital. and whole neighborhoods use it as a famAlthough the doctors make no positive ily medicine. Managers White & Bush will present on Friday, February 12, Harry statement as to how serious Dr WilliamMarteH's Grand 'South Before the son's condition is, they express themEoo&'S Fills act easily and promptly War," a most excellent attraction selves as hopeful that the stroke may he on the li er and bow els. Cure sick headthat has commanded the best au- light enough to allow his recovery in the ache. It diences wherever produced. A large nearfiittire. His condition today will It is now thought Mark Hanna will be company numbering fifty people, show w hat to expect. McKinley's Postmaster General. new scenery, and other improveLate yesterday ofternoon Dr. Williamments forms one of tho best shows son was resting easily and haJ recovered Experience proves the merit of Hood's on the stage to be seen this season, his faculties, which were a little wander- SaJsaparill.i. It cures all forms of blood and should without doubt play to ing during the morning on account of the diseases, tones the the stomach, builds up the capacity of tho house. The open- shock to his system. His condition, how- the nenes. It ing scene which pictures tho return ever, was still such that his every moveA salty card caused the Hon. of an old slave to the plantation, in- ment, e en in bed, required help. Dr. Williambon'8misfoitune is a cause Hugh Rrinkley to publicly assault troducing the entire company toMoore on the streets of gether with introducing episodes of of inuchsorrowamongthe Atlanta people, slave life, darkey amusements of among w hem his labor for the church anil Memphis. ante-belludays, buck and wing for the upbuilding of every good instituAny tendency to premature baldness dancing, jubilee singing of Jhe meri- tion hac won for him hosts of warm may be promptly checked by the use of torious kind. The pastime on the friends and ardent admirers. Ayer's Hair Vigor. Don't delay till the levee introduces the realistic landing Five years ago he came to this city to scalp is bare and the hair-root- s destroyed. of that famous old Mississippi Steam- accept the pastorate of the First Christian If you would realize the best results, begin boat Robert E. Lee; the scene in this church, aud during his stay here he has at once with this iuvaluable pieparntion. particular is most interesting. The proven himself a man of many excellent It camp meeting on Frog Island and qualities. Gov. Bradlev refused to pardon He is state president of the young peothe cake walk are also two very atFinley Shuik, of Marlon, tractive features, and the colored ple's society of Christian Endea or, southband of seventeen darkies are highly ern secretary of the general boai d of mis- tor carrying a concealed deadly wearor Incipient consumption is cured with amusing. There will bo a big street sions and editoroftheSouthern Christian parade in which the entire company In this last work he has had the succeed Dr. Bell's Pine tar Honey. Iuflnmation is will be seen, starting at noon from w hich attended his efforts as editor of The allayed and the clogging of the lungs is opera house. Apostolic Gnide at Louisville several stopped. When this is accomplished the road to health is a straight one. Get a years ago. Disturbing Religious Worship. bottlw It Dr. AVilliamson's present attack of ts It is a shame that the religious is thought to result from overw ork Two robbers are terrorizing the people services in our churches are so fre- and hard mental 6train. He is a great stuof Monroe couuty. quently disturbed by thoughtless dent, and in addition to his regular study young people, who seem intent on he has lately been prepairing some adA young man in Lowell, Mass. troubled nothing higher than chattering, dresses which were to have been delivered for years with a constant succession of laughing and writing notes to each at an early date in Florida. boils on his neck, was completely cured other. . When young people of any by taking only three bottles of Ayer'sSar-saparill- a. denomination attend services of anAnother result of the treatment other they should behave as well at was greatly improved digestion with inleast as they do in their own church. creased avoirdupois. It Preparing His Defense. m to-dapar-alys- into the river near Cumberland, Md., killing one per son and injurying others. A passenger car plunged WIS ARE OFFERING FOR A FEW BAYS OUR CELEBRATED GmrnhmG 36-Inc- Percale" Iperyd. per yd. per yd. pervd- AAA Wide in 75 different styles having just recieved, that many new pieces at the very low price of per yd. We have the exclusive sale on these percales in this city, they are a great deal finer, and lie much better quality than any percale in the market. Call and select what you need in percales while we are offering them at this price, they have always been 15c. per yd. -- AK r Maionville Bleach Cotton Fruit of the Loom Bleach Cotton Green Ticket Bleach Cotton Hope Bleach Cotton . .- - c.P nH cip . Good Yard Wide Bleach Cotton clear of dressing . .r c P p 15c. Brown Cotton, Good Sheeting Cotton and Stripes, 5c yd. Lonsdale Cambric and Berkly 8 Cambric, per jd. jLj $5 per yd. m The prettiest, newest and largest line of Hambnrgs and Laces are being shown by ns at the lowest prices in the City. Get Our Prces on Carpets, Mattings and Oilcloths. Vv f Respectfully, W D O LDHAM & CO. V m. n TZWSKtr! tern (rm r. 1HHH Mr. Prank Gofton Come BIRTHS. ent. Kenney-Ramse- members. "A good form is better than a good face. A pood suit helps to make a good form," to says the adage, but jou want a choice. We have it for you. A hint, go to Covington & Mitchell. The wedding of Miss Delia Ramsey and Mr. Allen Kenney, of Danville, at the Christian church, in this city, this evening, will be one of the most elaborate in many moons The retiuno of attendants, the gorgeous church decorations, tho handsome supper at the Glyndon all conspire to make this one of the most notable events of the season, as well as one of Richmond's most beautiful weddings. E. Tedford, of Tennessee, will preach in the Second Presbyterian church on the first and second Sabbaths of February, observing the communion on the second Sabbath, February 14. made a misThe Courier-Journtake in its issue of January 18th regarding Sam Jones' lecture tour in Kentucky. He will fill all his dates. Will be in Richmond, Monday night. February 15th. The Jackson Hustler is publishing a list of its delinquent subscribers. If this don't help finances it may cause a funeral and here's hoping Brother Morrow will not be in the front of the procession. The suit of the Ryans Paint Co., of Louisville, vs. G. M. Willgingon an accouut of T279.8S, was won by tho former. Burnam and Moberley attorneys for the company, R. H. Crooke for the defendant. E. L. Pigg, of Dooley Bottoms, recently on cleaning out an old corn crib, with a shepherd dog and three other assistants, killed 1G0 rats in two hours. Pigg says with H. Shearer as witness it is beyond a doubt the whole truth. Don't waste your time in chasing phantoms. Tho shimmering values, such as ten for one, advertised on every hand, are ghastly bargains that fade as you approach and disappear before you can grasp them. Something cannot be bought for nothing. What you want is the value of your money. When you buy a suit of clothes from us we guarantee to give you the worth of yoar money. Give us a call. Coyiugton &, Mitchell. Dr. C. al The Bradfield Regulator Co., of Atlanta, Ga., have at great expense issued a most attractive and meritorious book, which they mail free, containing information of the greatest, value and importance to all ladies expecting to become Ballard Won. mothers. That the "Mother's Friend" is a remTom Ballard, of Kentucky Uniedy wonderful in its effects, and relieves versity, won the declamatory medal the expectant mother of incredible suffi at Cynthiana, last Friday. B. X. ering and robs the final hour of confineConner, of Cynthiana, got second prize. T. Hood Little represented Southern B. a. L. Stockholders, Attention. ment of its dread, pain and terror, is fully attested by the experience of happy Richmond, and T. H. Pickels, of this If stockholders in tho Southern mothers all over this continent. city, was chairman. The winner is A peruusal of the book will conyince a grandson of Capt Ballard, of Rich- Building and Loan Association, at mond, and received his training Knoxvillo, some of whom are in any lady, and the use of "Mother's under his brother, Mr. Wood Ballard, Richmond and vicinity, will take tho Friend" cause her to become its enthusi himself a prize orator and coming necessary action a voluntary liquida- astic friend, blessing the hour when first tion out-- of court may bo effected, she heard of it and was induced to use it. lecturer. After all Madison won. otherwise permanent receivers, not Send your name and address to The Mills at Irvine Idle. yet named, will be appointed the Bradfield Regulator Co,, Atlanta, Tho Ga., The report sent from Irvine re- second Monday in March. and receive in return, free, this excellent In the TJ. S. Circuit Court at Knox-vill- e book, "To Expectant Mothers," contain-i- n cently that the two large saw mills last week tho application to conthere had begun work with 75 hands formation of value to all ladies. each on full time, is sorrowfully un- firm the appointment of S. B. Lut-tre- ll feblO 2w and Jamoa G. Ross as perma true, so the Climax is informed by Bob Porter, colored," brutally assaulted Mr. F. R. Davidson, of Irvine. "On nent receivers of the Southern Buildthe contrary," says he, "there is not ing and Loan Association camo up a negro woman near Rockfield, Wan en enough' logs"in the booms to occupy for hearing. WilliamHepburn, Rus- county. ' Excuse can bemade for some people, of course, but tho conduct of boys and girls, otherwise well bred, is as Mioeking as it is exasperating to those who attend church strictly to worship. Recently at a church in this city an officer felt it his duty to lead out some young men who persisted in disturbing services, and the next time the law will ho invoked to put a stop to the nuisance, Since the above was written the following complaint comes from the Nicholasville Journal, which would indicate that the people over there also have "that tired feeling": "Some of tho churches of the town are taking steps to stop the young men from congregating in the vestibules on Sunday morning and nights, where loud talking and smoking is indulged In. The law should bo fully enforced in cases of this kind once or twice, which is a fine of $50. This, perhaps, would teacji this class of boys to respect tho house of worship and not look upon it as they would a hotel lobby." re-viv- al Miller. To the wife of J. Grant The Kentucky delegation in WashingMiller (nee Klein) in Louisvillo last ton will protest against the abolishing of week, a daughter. Mr. Miller was until lately a merchant in this city. the pension agency in Louisville. Hall's Hair Renew er contains the For Rent. for the hair natural food and Saloon for rent near K. C. depot at and medicinal herbs for the scalp, euring tho Richmond Hotel, now occupied grayness, baldness, dandruff, and scalp. by Williams & Brooks. For further sores. It particulars apply to J. H. Harbolt recovered a verdict of 35tf Mrs A. E. Carse. $500 against Albert Fisher, of Louisville, whom he charged with alienating his An Atlanta Enterprise of Great Merit. It affords us pleasure to call especial wife's affections. The wife is now dead. attention to the advertisement of the "Mother's Friend," appearing in this color-matt- the Celebrated Shirt Manufacturer. y will "be at our store Monday and Tuesday next, 15 and 16, when he will take orders for Shirts. Pel-ruar- r in and inspect his samples any how. Just a nice line Ladies' Muslin Underwear. re-ceiv- ed issue. Should bo In every family medicine chest and every trareller's grip. They are 'nT!ubl0 rben the ttomach It out of order; cure headache, biliousness, and all llrer troubles. Mild and efficient. 25 cents. WHITE & H Mil! s V Pills GIBSON. Harvey uj them one day, and the mills have been closed ever since the election. Furthermore, the proprietor say the mills will not operate this year unless prices advance and lumber on hand is disposed of." Father and Son Fight News comes from Mt. Vernon that on Thursday last in the northwest part of Rockcastle, near the Garrard county line.Ross Parker.aged twenty-onshot and lulled his father, Anderson Parker, aged fifty years. Boss Parker was also shot twice by his father, once in the head and once in the leg, and will probably die. It is said both men "were intoxicated when tho the fight began. The somvas an onl;r child. The family came to the county eight years ago, from near Micldlesborough, and own a splendid farm. " . e, , sell, of Russell, Winslow &f Trum-berIt is ''overwork" that has filled Hub of New York, counsel for Eastern stockholders, and George W. country with nervous dyspeptics? that Easley.of Chattanoogar appeared in takes the flesh off their bones, the vitality from their blood, and makes them Opposition to the motion. They claimed that stockholders feeble, emaciated and inefficient? No. It had not been given fair opportunity is had cooking, overeating of indigestible g habits. to determine whether a receivership stuff", and other The remedy ia an artificially digested was necessary and that in any event Luttrell, who has been President and food such as theShakerDigestive Cordiak responsible for the management of Instead of irritating.tho already inflamed stomach the Cordial gives it a chance to tho association, should not bo rest by nourishing the eystein itself and After a conference of counsel and digesting other food taken with it. So the"ldea stockholders present, it was decided flesh and strength return.-tsn- ot to ask a stockholders' meeting at rational? The Cordial is palatable and re LKnoxville in 30 days. Pending such lieves immediately. No money risked to meeting Judge Clark postponed ac- decide on its value. A 10 cent trial bottion in ihe matter of a permanent re- tle does that. g, -health-destroyinperrua-nentTeceivor. beat-medici- ceiver, but plainly Intimated that if there was any opposition Laxsl'is the for children. appointment It would not be made Doctors recoeiuind,it in place of Castor - v . ." permanent. CU. " ' It Jfi'-- - The steamer Natchez lost her stack There are four convicts under 15 vears and rigging and was otherwise injured G. McCaslin, of Franklin, Indiana, married his divorced wife's of age in the Frankfort penitentiary. in an accident below Vicksburg. J MAKE girl. yniTshouId know that FOLEY'S Chas. Moore, a drummer of Moline, survant ago, Mr. Bryon Every, A few months UUgQjjSY and TAR is absolutely I!linoi3, became insane at the hotel and Glaa Tidings to Astasia Sufiirers. the best remedy for all disease of the of Woodbtock, Mich , was badly afflicted tried to kill the Clerk. Foley's Honey and Tar- gives quick Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dealers are with rheumatism. His right leg was ECX05 . full length, causing him and positive relief to all cstesJCSTW. G. authorized to guarrntee it to give satis- snolien the CORHEIU Eczema, and Tetter, great suffering. He advised to try feb3-lV. G. "White. faction in all cases. The intense itching and smarting inci- "White. Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The first feb3-ldent to these diseases is instantly allayed bottle of it helped him considerably and James Long attempted siicide at May-fiel- d SHAPES. by applying Chamberlain's Eye and "Warren E Linney, said to be from the second bottle effected a cure. The by taking six craint. of morphine. Skin Ointment. "Many very had cases have been permanently cured by it. Jt He was troubled over his wife securing a Louisville, committed suicide at Chi- 25 and 50 cent sizes are for sale by W. G. i3 equally efficient for itching piles and divorce. feh3-lcago. Whit", Richmond, Ky. a tavomo romeay xor soro nippies; ARTISTIC have given Chamberlain's Cough I chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites Tho Kodora Vay Remedy a fair test and consider it one and chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box. to of the very best remedies for croup that Commends itself to the Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, aro do pleasantly and effectually what was I have ever found. One dose hasalways EFFEGTS. just what a horse needs when in bad formerly done in thecrude$t manner and been sufficient, although I use it freely. condition. Tonic, blood pnrilier and They arc not food bnt disagreable as well. To clianse the sys- Any cold my children contract yields vermifugo. medicine and tho best in ns8 to put a tem and break up cold, headaches, and very readily to this medicine. I can J. A. Long. c. Pl'tfs,, ( Notice of Bale In Equity. On Petition, horse in prime condition. Price 25 evers without unpleasant after effects. conscientiously recommend it for croup virtue o( of judgment and order fYthe Madison aCircuit Court, renderedof galethe sents per package. Wolff, January Term thereof, 1S97. in the aboveatstyle use the delightful liquid Iaj.ativereinctiy, and colds in children. Geo. Dixon McKinley was fatally injured in Syrup of Figs. Manufactuted by Califor- Clerk of the Ciri nit Court. FornandTna, cause, the undersigned will, on feb3-la runaway at Corinth. nia Fig Syrup Company. Fla. SoldbyW.G. White. EichmoLd, SATURDAY, FEB. 27, 1897, i feb3-li- n OaachBox. Kp. Disease Tbo 2c3t Fatal There is a big reviva of industry Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m.. and 11 George McGnff wss o'clock, a. m., on the premises in Madison It is not generally known that more among tho iron working stablishmeuts Ky., proceed killed at Lexington by th6 accidental county.highest bidder,to expose to public sale, adults die of Kidney trouble than any in ths Monongahela "Vallejr. to the the following described NEWEST -i- r-whjch he was proporty, viz.: discharge of a revolver with other disease. "When the first6yinptons Your Prjaent irecd of this disease appear no time should he Paying. -- A TRACT OF LAND-- strong and Jost in takin;Foley'8 Kidney Cure, which Is pure, rich blood, and,n I Fredericks-towr- jj Situated on the waters of Surer Creek in MadiMr. Ward L. "Smith, of MODELS. health v body,-- because wit! the approach id guaranteed or money refunded. county, containing sixty-fo(61) f or.rln nnil tlm l,Hi:iniiip of warmer Mo, was troubled with chronic son more orKy., snd being the dower land less, acres, feb3-lgW-G. White. He had of Emily M. Long the widow of John S. Long, weather your phj sical sy rtem will un- di irrhcea for over thirty years Lot No. 7 Silas daughter of James dergo radical changes. A j the impuri become fully satisfied that it wis only a and adjoining Jones. Lotof James Long, (A. S. The little No. 1, Lot No. I Reagan , Zeke Long), Lot No. 5 fJulia A. Ross), Lot No. 4 FANCY Ser- Pendleton was burned to death at ties which have accumulated during auestion of a short time until iie would (JameaLong), &c. For more definite boundary gent. colder weather mnst now t) expelled or have to give it up. He had been treated reference is made to the Judgment and exhibits ..... i '. .JL : v herein. . mo Statistics show that thousands of in- 6eriou consequences will result. Tho Dy some oir.i. icat uiiveiumvo in iuu-roTERMS. Sale will be made on a credit of PLAIN. The purchaser twelve us and America hntot no permanent six and requiredmonths equally.with good securione true blood purifier Erominently in fants and children yearly die of to give bond, will bo . relieL One day a if newspa ty, for the payment of the purchase money, to isllWi's Sareapa-croup' We do not exapgerato tho public eye have the force and effect of a tadmsent. bear when we state that every one of these in; rilla. Its record oj cures Is unequalled. per and chanced to read aa 'Rdvertice; ing: legal interest from the day of sale, with a upo s&M property until all the FEATCRBWE DORSET fib.. nocents could have been saved had Xts smiles arojlho largest in Ihe worfd. A meat-- ol Cliambsrlaki'a CaUci Cholera ben reserved purchase mosey ia pM- S. S. SCOTT, 1"' tt Vt J& Ca t will and DkrrbffltKeedy: "He gDta bottle la otx MANUFAcnmciie. Foley's Honey and Tar beeniven tbeet few bottles'of n .P. S. Ala ai the mm time andplaeeth XT Can"yon affordtto b$ without It prepare you Uxapr&Mpiir,lviog wd of "iV the &et dose taiped him aad its AdjBiatotmhw. J. A. loar. will seU the feHow-Ml . 1 Work aaan, 1 eew 1 j.jr...-- j ittMrvJi iii' i.o. fay' peti OK. A eariching Voar'Wood and ipting andJa- ia'your Household? S.W..tJ, "White. ftwahoia ad kttehw fanritoa. f W'JP WBaSBsMK t carf, "" s. 1 l ;iaoaiUMyowAwlMfem4 .fefeS-lW. 6. White, HkhBol,Ky.j 'fcbiHiu Tnawmacicwwsc nay oc )., hsn-iabS-l& T Banker Murray says his trip to Canton and Frankfort was in the interest of St. John Boyle F. 0. Co.'s Corsets 2&s American Beauties Salt-Rhcn- m ' m m u d, Coianer'sEale! It All m Lengths. Nine-year-ol- d fvfx W. m m pe r i U mem-bramo- to-d- d V't Hood's-SijUiperil- e. r- rB -.- . - a ' ft rjmtj WtALnMUH seu PMIMW ' f l- - kSi ' l i! z- - t. Rfi . - z. CONVICT CHILD FREED. ljfc tr 3 ',4 ?- ir HI -- ' ',$wv It w . '3r "v" f- - H KENTUCKY NEWS. Part ef Y , a Gov. Bradley Bays III Xba Latest Xewt From All Commonwealth. GOOD-B- ZZ2 SiiKi-BrviLL- - BIDDING To'OT" rrlends at th Orpnt Lee Camp, brll Sad lealy Utile.! Himself. Ky., Feb. 8. Sunday eveniiifr at the ciepot at Wad Jjr, a station on the Southern railway, 14 miles ea&t of here, Jiee Campbell, a well-Jtnoyoung1 pi ace, committed suicide by shooting business man of this himself through the head with a p.stoL Death was instantaneous. No reason is assigned for the rash act, unless it was ill health. lie left here Sunday morning' in his usual jovial frame of mind to visit his mother at Waddy, where he spent the day. lie went to the depot in company with five others to return here on the evening train, and when the train hove in sight he quickly pulled his revolver and emptied the contents in his brain. He was a brother of Sheriff IT. A. Campbell an 1 R. A. Campbell, of the firm of Pemberton & Campbell, the leading grocery merchants at this place, where he was employed as head salesman. Buckeye 8 ate Cansht la a Gorce. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 8. The ice gorge at Wolf creek, 43 miles below Louisville, in the Ohio, gave way Sunday afternoon The Memphis steamer Uuckeye State, which had sought refuge in the mouth of the creek, was caught by the ice and could not be handled. The boat was thrown high and dry and the stacks and pilot houso torn off. 2vo relief can be sent before Monday morning. The crew escaped. The dimage is not stated. 3imca Salt Ar;lDt Doctor. HomiNSViLLE, Ky., Feb S. In the Christian circuit court a damage suit for S1.0J0 has been brought against Drs. G. V. Lackey and Walter Lackey, by Hume Lawson, who claims that ho was terribly beaten up without causa when he went to the doctors' office in Pembroke to ask them to see his sick children. Abi Vanilrrpoot'a Trrrible Fall. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 8. While a dance was in progress at the home of Henry Plutnmer, near Lumber Point, Saturday night, Abe Van over a precipice, falling head first 5U feet, to the stoney bottom of the ravine. Sunday he is able to walk, his injury being a swollen mouth. His cheeks were split by the falL Jerpool-walked the little convict from Boyd county, who entered the penitentiary Wednesday, was par- -, doned by Gov. Bradley Friday night. After making. an official investigation, and without waiting- - for a formal application for a pardon, tho governor wrote out a pardon, on the face of which he wrote the following indorsement: "The confinement of this boy is a crime against Christian civilization. A pardon is hereby granted to him." The governor did not deliver the pardon till he had found a good home for the boy, who is an orphan and without means to obtain transportation back Catlettsburg. Martin Boyd, a colored man, who has the reputation of being one of the best and most upright men of his race, was sent for, and readily consented to take the boy to his house, where he will reside temporarily and probably permanently. At 6 o'clock the little fellow was relieved of his stripes and joyfully lert the prison walls for his new home. nine-year-old Confinement U Crime Against Civilisation. Frankfobt, Ky., Feb. 6. James OVERPOWERED And. Knbert Morton Taken Oat By a Hob TttG influence of the mother I and Banged. Bowling GuKKN,Ky.,Feb. 5. Robert shapes the course of unborn gen.Morton, colored, was hanged by a mob erationsgoes sounding throuch about three miles from Rockfield, all 'coming ages and enters the GUARDS Who Can Measure HORRIBLE CRIME. by a Colored Farm Hand, Who la nt Large. Paducah, Ky., Feb. 2. A horrible criminal assault is reported in Western A White Chlttt Assaulted May-fiel- fsjrJJSra imfMMSmmpMpMp. rgJrwjar-ftfe-,. u ijgJBjgMMiMlJrlSMMfrl T 'W' "T 1 m Fnday morning after William Black, the black brute who assaulted Mrs. 1 Clark there, intending to take the prisoner back to the scene of his crimo for trial. Ho decided, however, that it was unsife to do so. Early Friday morning, it is said, a mob was forming there to take the man out and hang him as soon as the jailer put in an appearance with him. For this reason he was allowed to remain in the jail here. Black cried for joy when it was decided not to remove him. Mr. Clark returned to Lebanon and will consult with Judge Patterson before making another move in The judge has declared the mater. that Black shall have a fair trial without molcstition, and he will certainly not permit the prisoner to be taken back to Lebanon until it is safe to do BLACK CRIED For Joj-- When He W Detailed at Loall-vll- l. Kr. Louisyivle, Ky., Feb. 6. Jailer Clark, of Lsbanon, arrived in this city shortly after midnight Wednesday night. It is said that the negro, a sou of a section hand at Rockfield wrote en insulting and insinuating note to Miss. Tommie Johnson, a young white woman of Rockfield. When this became known a posse started at once to arrest Morton. When they found him he ran and the officers gave chase capturing him only after threatening him several times. After he was arrested ho was taken to a house on tho Russcllville pike, near town, and put under guard until he could be brought here and lodged in jaiL About 12 o'clock a party of men appeared at the house, overpowered the guards and took the prisoner away from them. They then proceeded with him about three miles from Rockfield, hanged him and quickly dispersed, going to their homes. Morton's body was found Thursday morning and cut down. Morton was years old and did about twenty-on- e not bear a good reputation. well-known, confines of Eternity. "ETith what care, therefore, should the Expectant Mother be guarded, and how great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life happy. 'Mother's Friend" Allay3 A ysmiiiitr-j- COMPANY For Mistakes 3Iad- LIABLE grnph Maaai;eft. Ky., Feb. 5. The court of appeals Thursday decided urease of in Transm'ttln;j Telr. Frankfort, n 1 nell, of this place, claims that he out-- c asses all the boy giants of Kentucky. He i 15 years old, weighs ISO pounds, six feet six inches hitrh in his stocking feet He is a member of the Wades-borbase ball club, and can turn a handspring as well as any boy in the neighborhood. Drtpfrndori ltrf!c Jail. Lexington, Ky., Feb. S. A special from landman says that Win. Jacobs, Andrew Adams and Jake Slone, three mountain desperadoes, made their escape from the Knott county jail by overpowering Deputy Jailer Hige Hut-so- n and beating him into insensibility with his own pistol. o Hardin, Ky.. Feb. Jleats Tli em All. 8. W H. Dar- S. Robsrt Urow-dea prominent young farmer living three miles west of Fulton, left home for here Saturday morning, expecting to return in the afternoon. He was I st seen on tho streets about 3 p. m. Searching pirties arc hunting him. r, Fclton, Ky , Feb. I'romlnent Yuan; Farmer MIsslnr;. Frank Undite Indicted. Xewpoht. Ky., Feb. 8. The Campbell county grand jury Saturday reported an indictment against Frank ltu Ide for wi lfully attemptiug to burn with att b iildin:j. Hud le is cha-e- d tempting to fire the Spring Bed Co.'s I building at Fourth and Saratoga. AdmittK.I t II. IL Hoi'KINSYIl.l.E. Ky., Feb 8. Thomas C Wootten, who has been in jail in this city the past month for the killing 3 Detective Wm. Itrnme, in this coun-twas admitted to bail in the sum of f 5 000, which he promptly gave and was sc at libertv. aib-- l B1 CtUllft!. FnANKFonT, Ky., Feb. 8. Senator Goi bl, of Covinpton. is to assist Attorney General Taylor in prosecuting the Kentucky lottery cases before the iuprme court. Senator Goebel is the law. author of the v. anti-lotter- y Lexington, Ky.. Feb S. City Physician Kellar, in his report to the general council, made the statement that the death of six children in Lexington during January was due to absolute end unconditional neglect. Df..4(ti f tTuilce Six Drml of Ne-l-- ct. Telegraph Co. The amount involved was small, as judgment for damages in the sum of only 250 is "A customer whow wife used 'Mother's Friend, po flie sustained, but the principle upon saya that if therebad to but throuch the ordeal SCTin, and were four bottles to be which it was decided means much obtained, and the coat wns $100.00 pr bottle, he would have them." GEO.LAYTON.Davton.Ohlo. more than that to tho telegraph company. The case is Western Union Set by Mull, on trr elpt of pflce. Ji.ro PER BOTTLE. Ro"k. MOTHFRS" nml'd frt Telegraph Co. vs. Eubanks fc Russell, TO EXPECTANT and Tvluntary testimonials. coaUinme v&lotblc Information county, and Judge Guffy from Sim-ointhe opinion holds that the condition, THE BRADFICLD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA. C. SOLD BY ALL DBUUSGISTS. on the back of every telegraph blank 15-is void where it prorides that the company will not be liable for mistakes in EXTRA SESSION transmitting a message unless the mesOr the Kentucky Leelslature Necessary sage is repeated. In other words, that when the company sen Is a message it . Thi Financial btraln Must lie K lleved. is supposed to be sent without Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 4 It seems and if a mistake is made and suit absolutely necessary that an extra damages is filed it is not a good defor session of the legislature should ba so. fense for the company to plead the called soon, the sooner the better, not provision on the back of the blank that so much for a senator as for other mat BRADLEY DENIES IT. the message must be repeated. Courts ters, particularly finances. Says Bo 11 si Not Prepared His Call for an other states hive ruled both ways Tho state treasurer is now refusing Kxtra Session. this same question and the authorito pay any old warrants, and says Ky., Feb. C Gov. BradFrankfort, ties are conflicting. he does not known how long he ley Friday emphatically denied he will be able to pay current bills, 3nd HAPPY KENTUCKIANS. had prepared his call for the extra it is also a secret session, as reported in a Louisville Xilst of Pensions Granted tn Rrsldents of that the state's institutions are paper Thursday, said the and lllne Grass State. the asking or will ask, in their annual rewhole story was a fabrication, but follow5. Washington;, Feb. The it can be safely stated that the ing pensions to Kentucky people were ports some of which have as yet not been made public for additional apsession is still in project and likely to granted Thursday: propriations. The governor will not materialise in April or May. It is F. Monroe, FalOriginal Henry say whether he will appoint or not. known that Ossington's case has been mouth, Pendleton. The Bradley people are very retimade the subject of letters written to Restoration and Additional Hugh cent Hunter's men seem unusually the governor by those who are taking F. Beard, deceased, Mounds, Crittenactive. Holt's friends are quiet. a deep interest in the subject of the den. Yerkes' boom seems alive, and Ernst proposed school of reform, and this is Increase Reuben Clark, Preston-bur- and his boom are heard of from being pointed to as a glaring instance, Floyd. many quarters. Ernst's friends, like verifying the need of an extra session Original Widows, Etc Rachel Gar- Judge Holt's, have had occasion afonce. rison, Augusta, Bracken; special Janu- to deny the rumor lately circulated Shot, Not Handed. ary 27, Rena Streets (mother), Lexing- that he was not willing to be longer in Bowling Gkeen, Ky., Feb 0. Fur Columbus, the race. Dick Ernst will be one of ton; Hester Thompson, ther details of the lynching of Robert Hickman; Cordelia E. Beard, Mounds, the principal spreakers at the Y. M. C. Morton, colored, at Rockfield, WednesCrittenden; Sophia Perkins, Log an a, A. state convention, February day, for writing an insulting note to Jessamine. About three hundred delegates are exMiss Tommie Johnson, siovr that the pected. ELOPERS STOPPED, Negro was decoyed to a vacant ho:iss WAR PAINT ? out of town and shown the note. Mor- Hut the Parents Consent, and the Took Place Thursday. ton then drew a pistol and fired on the Put Oa By Inspector Letcher Is Loaded Bowlixo Green, Ky., Feb. 5. Mr. mob twice, wounding one man in the for Gov. Ilradlry. leg. Tne mob returned the fire and Albert C Jurey, of Pewee valley, and Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 4. Dr. Ben Morton 'c'l. Ha was picksd up an 1 Miss Mary Potter, of this city, but Letcher, superintendent of the carric 1 into the hiils. His body has (who was attending school at Pewee asylum, whose removal has to elope from been recommended by Inspector Lester, valley, attempted not been found. the college and get married Monday arrived here Wednesday night, accomMlsi Oirver Want to Die. 1 eachers got on to their panied by his attorney, John Feland, night. Paiuxaii. Ky., Feb. fl. Despondent plans and foiled the attempt, sending br., of Hcpkinsville. They are keepover the shame of her position and the the young lady to her home here. Mr. ing their presence here quiet and will notoriety given to her. Miss Lydia Jurey quickly followed, and pressed call on the governor Thursday to asCarver, the victim of an assault last his suit so ardently that the old folks week near Fulton, has already made consented to the union for Friday certain what he intends to do in the matter. an attempt at suicide, and it is feared afternoon. The wedding will take at It is intimated that if the governor will repeat the effort to kill Jeffersonville, Ind. that she Ihe prospective removes Dr. Letcher on the charges hersel'. Her father has offered a re- grooai is 20, the bride-to-b17, and that are alleged to be frivolous, the ward for tho capture of his daughter's both are prominent and wealthy. latter will put on his war paint and assailant. It is now believed that the make public some charges against the guilty party was a white man with his Tobacco Trnst May Be Investigated. face blacked. Frakfort, Ky., Feb. 5. Gov. Brad- governor. Won't Letcher. ley has been asked to take some official Two lTorkmn Ilndly Injured. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 4. The reFeb. 6. John action in regard to the expense of port which Inspector Letcher has filed Frankfort, Kr., Thomas and Joe Ritchie, both colored, trusts in Louisville and other towns. with the governor on the Uopkinsville were blown up by a premature explo- 1 he intimation here is that it is direct- asylum trouble has never been made sion of a blast in a rock quarry on ed against the tobacco warehouse compublic, but a close friend of the inSpring Hill Friday morning. Thomas bination at Louisville, and that the spector said Wednesday night, that governor is going to ask the legislaeyes were blown out and Ritchie's leg the report will positively not recomwas blown off. Neither is expected to ture to make a searching investigation of the methods of the tobacco mend Letcher's removal, but would live. Thomas and Ritchie arc stone suggest some changes that would do masons and had lit a fuse, which had trust, which is alleged to exist in con- away with the petty jealousies that travention of the state anti-trulaw. exploded, not allowing them time to have existed under Letcher's regime. get away. Freight Wreck on the L. & X. I great importance to the Western Union pares the system that Chili-Birt- h is made easy and the time of recovery shortened many say "stronger after than before confinement." It insures safety to life of both mother and child. All who have President McKnight Indicted. used "Mother's Friend" say they Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2. It was will never be without it again. Ho other remedy robs confine- stated at the United States district attorney's oflieo Monday morning that ment of its pain. an indictment was prepared against President J. M. McKnight, of the suspended German national bank, and that it would contain fivo counts. Further information was declined. Mr. McKnight is under bond. iBtSi, s5 3" 'ZAKW t re- Kentucky. The news reached Paducah Monday morning of the assault in Creek Bottom, eight miles from of the daughter of by John Roland, colored. Maddened citizens are in pursuit and the whole country is aroused. Memory of the trouble which occurred between d the white and colored people at in December adds to the excitement Tho locality where the crime was committed is only a few miles from the place where Miss Lydia Carver was assaulted by a colored tramp last Thursdny. d, ld John-AUcoc- IsWIJA mo j tar V Jl fo ZB2IpVY yk ill .Aju - IH11 TT OUR LJINE OF 'V'W'V''' vith 1 IvillV - tfril? T"V lilSikullls!iii!i' 3 iGAri a.$ ISirfcl May-fiel- Upon Every! ana wrapper oi tne genuine ur iiens vj is printed the above O Q and 6 design. It U both trade-mai- k the raedl- - Q isj Jr guarantee a warrant that (3 Yvfcj; 1KP Sufficient evidence Found. lieves the Paducah, Ky., Feb. 2. At Benton Headache, Noah Franklin has been arrested for A JEL Daisy Sullivan, October - the murder of My an Hau- 30. Franklin was suspected of the Bottle J P-- p nl . k--s f . U VSl jgS Prf J 1 JL5 pj " RNIT now complete I - r? ijrcJ I i all the LATEST STYLES, ti3 f-- HEAP! j? 12k so pre- crime from the first, and surrendered himself, demanding an investigation. After an examining trial, lasting several days, the judge d'smissed thecase. Franklin's defense at his trial was an alibi. The proof now discovered, it is said, will upset this and show that Franklin was responsible for the girl's condition and then foully murdered her. g coughs, Q and chest Q effectually than any other remedy. O colds and all lnnc, throat q troubles more quickly and O '.irLI iJ j 8 DR. BELL'S me-Ta- r- 1 fl 2 1 fl IfjjBTI 9 rgei - r- Honey S S St or sent upon receipt Vc (ifhrlce S5c, 50c and fl per bottle by k, Sj. JJ Tb E. atkrr!a4 IrdlclM I.--, CCK3COOOOQOQOOQOOQQGOQQQ3 Is sold by all druggists 1 - t r-- We liave ihe Largest and Nicest Line cf ROCEERS fL ever brought to the City. p recret lenvinjr the lable. Our Diners ure n comrortable 'f- : LE 1 Uur muhII Ilocki r- - keep the children quiet all day. ra P"1-- " Suites make happy homes. Uur 2fg: L Our Springs and .Mattresses caue you to go home early. f. 7 27-2-- G ...-. .I i. gm Willi Gi" ij irJ n 21 m!s-tak-es and bade defiance to the officers when Our factory on laurel Street in igr3 is now ruiiiiiiii.', and we are 4jL they went to arrest him, has escaped. of ti'e prepared to fill orders for IUaJ It is said that he passed through en route to Corbin concealed ! $ in a load of hay. o! Iticli-iiiou- d Herndon, who murdered his wife near Flat Lick and later fortified his home Hid tn a Load of Hay. Valley View, Ky., Feb. 2. Charles 'mm SUPPLY THE TRADE tist n Our Foldmc Beds will not hurt yon. Our Foldinc Couches a fiord 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 Our Hat-rack- : ;F-- r r li ill ! I e of ton much to mention each item and all that is necessary, is for Our stork to cive us a call, and we can furnish you anything you may wish for. ron-is-t- i.u Z. - i well-guarde- d l ffftiJE3 liams, living near Bank. Saturday k& night one week ago a fine horse of Jack Wright's was stolen from tho Branilf". tbree grade." AVe can save von ' ircJ3 same locality. monry cenn lis a iri.u oruer; iiu win liarjul . trj Rsne- be triad with our nroductfi. THE GROOM FAINTED. cially pleased to hear from country mer- - fjtJd. Irnml. Marriage of Robert Lord Cave and SIlsi cnauis. iUiU n Alleged Hand of Horsethlevea. 2. It is believed there is an organized band of horse-thievin this section. Friday night a fine horse was taken from Jasper Wil- Walton, Ky., Feb. II "Mil o Eitiffioti v ( ) SSI Our Undertaking Department is Always Complete. " z-- es 1 urn U. C." i u. i II IN H '75? I it J5.CK5 ill truxruiTiTtruiJiinJinAJxrLnjuixixixixuriji XJluJUnruJulrrlIInJ uu igrp j UCHANflN nnmuxn rLrutrLnn xurn ruxn ruTrLru-in AND nxixuiruiruruxruTn KIGGERSTflFF.l? riiuirisinnjuuinjvvivruniinrLrniu ,- FURNITURE AND MORTICIANS. l- Bailie Bullock. g, 18-2- 1. j Vfed-din- i Lexington, Ky., Feb. 3. Miss Sallio Overton Bullock, daughter of Dr. W. O. Bullock, of Lexington, and Robert Lord Cave, of Nashville, were married in the First Presbyterian Church here Tuesday night by Dr. R. Lin Cave, father of the groom, assisted by Dr. Bartlett The bride was gowned in Paris muslin and carried bride's roses. The bridesmaids were Misses Annie and Elizabeth Reed, Louisville; Carry Breckinridge, &ue Taylor Overton, Covington; Kate and Sue Overton, Frankfort, while Miss Ella Cave, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. The groom fainted twice while the ceremony was being performed and forgot the ring. They will make their home in Nashville. Wood to H Appointed Senttor. Whlte 0 Ross, JTJJEalrafrflBrftilEJ " 4- 0- rticiiMoifn. Ky. BRIDGrSF0RP'i3 ECONOMIST SKK THEM! EX A MINI: THEM! bLyis W..7 HE BdvIJi - r1- - piSiy fl . gpirarraaTrBfpiTjarraE- fgjsjJsJK frUus-.- mmmmm&mmfitmmizrviiiiwm Ttil'S " PURCHASE THEM! A(srs.gT:3fcri'rti- PAYS THE mm :reat : SALE OF 72 - J FREIGHT. . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . Us DRINKS. ;Js-f- Hop-kinsvil- Louisville, Ky., Feb. 3. A Frankfort dispatch which is believed to be based on good authority says: "A. T. Wood, of Mt Sterling, will be ap- oots 4 Shoes I? For h?. next THIRTY DAYS we will resell gardless cf cost to make room for Spring Stock which will soon be in and ask you to come and get them at almost your own pries for CASH. Our Annual Clearance Sales are very popular, as we have always given value received. We are prepared to meet lowest prices on groceries of all kinds, for cash. e ji, e ve st Clark. HorKiM-vn.i.Ky., Feb. 8. Volney C Clark died at his home in Crofton, of pneumonia, aged C6 years. He was for years city judge of Crofton, and a Messenger has received an anonymous letter from an alleged member of the Alf Holt irob, saying he intended to confess soon because of a tortured conscience. Ihe letter calls on the police force and fire department to do the , same. The letter has been placed in the hands of detectives. Sjya Be Will Confrm. Owensboro, Ky., Feb. C. The Owens-bor- o Younc Cadet Missing. Earlington, Ky., Feb. 5. A LouisLexington, Ky., Feb. 4 II. Pricer ville & Nashville freight was wrecked McDaniel, a. young cadet in the Kenat Nortonville. There were two sec- tions of the prominent republican politician. .Sfc4 -- ji Friends and the tug Dauntless arrived nt the port Saturday. The steamer: f ti in the harbor saluted the boats with loud blasts from their whistles. The 'lhree Friends was seized by the collector of the port and an officer placed on biard. Ihe crew of the Three Friends report a very stormy voyage. dog ran amuck near McAllister Cross Roads, in this county, biting the son of Mrs. Lippie Swift through both hands. J. T. Swift, a man of 80 years, attacked and cut the rabid animal's head off with an ax. The Sw if t boy was brought to this city ld The Three Frlenis Aeized. St. Louip, Feb. 8. A special to the bcrippi-McRa- e league from Jacksonville, Fla., says the steamer Three Acd Man's Hurolsm. Clarksvili.e, Tenn., Feb. & A m3d for treatment. road, called Bopt to Hang Dnrstrnw. St. Louis, Feb. 8. Wm. Menze, a rope maker, of 3722 Natural Bridge make for the hanging of Duestrow. It will be of the finest white hemp, IS feet long, and nearly an inch in diameter. The rope will cost the state 10. the measurements for the rope he will at the Four Courts to take the Way to America. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 4. A telegram tachment suit for received here Wednesday morning the circuit court against A D. Martin, D. O. Marques against M. S. Felton, states that the Lexington officials, the Chicago contractor who has the receiver of the Southern railway, for Sheriff Gross and Commonwealth's Atstate contract for the output of the S2.000 damages for injuries received torney Farrell, started from England penitentiary chair factory. It is filed while in the employ of the road, was Wednesday in charge of Arthur W. compromised Thursday, the plaintiff by eastern creditors. Piatt, murhere for getting S700 in money and the prom- der of who is wanted an inmatetheof the Jesse Tyree, The Jaeksnn and Walllnc Cases. ise of employment when there is a va- Lexington Insane asylum, 11 years Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 6. It is said cancy. ago. the Jackson and Walling cases have Passed the Queer. been really passed on by the nurt of Resigned on Demand. Louisa, Ky., Feb. 5. James Nibert, and that the petitions have appeals Louisville, Ky., Feb. 4. Mr. J. M. been overruled. That court is holding of this place, was tried here before McKnight, president of the susDonded them up for fear of criticism of too United States Commissioner Stewart German national bank and of the upon a charge of passing counterfeit great haste. Safety Vault and Trust Co , money and was held to answer to the Wednesday afternoon complied with a Nw I'rlntlnT Company. United States court at Louisville. His demand by directors of the latter Frankfort, Ky., Feb 6. The Graph- bond was placed at 51,000. He has that he resign, and Mr. ic Printing Co , of Louisville, Ky., F. heretofore borne a good reputation. Clias. T. Dearing, the bookW. Shafer, George Smith and John seller, was elected in his stead. Davidson has filed articles of incorporOil Near Catlettsburg. ation with the secretary of state. Catlettsbcbg, Ky., Feb. 5. A good Greey's 810.000 ltlaz-- . flow of oil was struck here Thursday Huntar TTUl Stay In the Fight. Hopkixsvillk, Ky., Feb. 4.The Louisvillk, Ky., Feb. 0. Dr. W. G. morning by the Big Sandy Oil and Gas store of B. J. Wall, dealer in general Hunter says he is still a candidate for Co. on Judge Brown's farm a half mile merchandise at Gracey, was entirely senator to succeed Blackburn and will west of town. It is thought to be in destroyed by firo Wednesday afterpaying quantities. stay in the fight to the end. noon, together with most of its contents. Several other buildings burned. Gov. Ilradley a Pallbearer. A Hunter Killed. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 5. The fun- Total loss, 10,000; covered by insurAsiiland, Ky., Feb. 6. John eral of Mrs. Fannie Berry Saffell, wife ance. aged 15, accidentally shot and of J. M. Saffell, occurred himself near Garner, this coun- from the residence Thursday. Gov. killed , Saddle Ilorao JUresder K.ect Officer. ty, while hunting. Bradley was one of the pallbearers. Frankfort, Attachment Ky Aalmt Mirtln. . Feb. 6. $.51,000 was trains. The first section doubled on Petersburg hill and the rear half ran back several miles, meeting the second section at Nortonville. The caboose tvas telescoped and the engine and several cars were derailed. No one was inform. jured. south-bound tucky State college, and member of a prominent Kentucky family, i missing. A reward of 50 is offered for his apprehension. He is 5 feet 7 inches tall, unusually long brown hair, eyes bluish gray, weighs 130 pounds. When last seen he wore a cadet's gray uniOn pointed United States senator by Gov. Bradley on March 5. The legislature will be called in extra session a few weeks later. There will be no senatorial election until next January, unr'fe-Saiiless the legislature should conclude to elect Gov. Bradley or John V. Yerkes." John Unload Capture I. Paducah, Ky., Feb. 3. News has SOLD IN reached here that John Roland, the Negro accused of assaulting the daughter of John Allcock, a RICHMOND. farmer, of Graves county,, was captured on the Hatchic riv-- r in West Tennessee. A telegram received Tuesday morning says that his captors have reached Fiilton with the prisoner en route for Mayfield. Excitement is growing at Mayfield. Color d Hoy glint to Detth. HON. C. T. CALDWELL, Fulton, Ky , Feb. 3. Dave Browder, white, while drunk, started to leave town at 3 p. m At the edge of town he met two Negro boys. Browder of Parkersburg, W. Va., Recomhad a Winchester rifle and commanded mends Wrights Celery the boys to run. Isain illiams, 18 years old, disobeyed. Browder shot Capsules. him in the head, killing him instantly. Browder escaped. A po3se and hounds are pursuing. V. ta., PAKKEnSIlURG, II. Ins at Catlttbnrr. January 20, 1995. d ld ifil NO. -r! 8 SECOND STREET. RICHMOND. KY. 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Watson of them. Very truly yours. inches of rain fell here Monday. The Guyan-Rive- r boom broke early Tuesday morning and thousands of logs are coming out, but owing to the ice being so heavy, 'no attempt is being made to catch them. The Big Sandy is booming. Ihe Ohio r.ver is nine feet and rising, fast- one-hal- and Catlettsburo, f Ky., Feb. 3 One The Wright Med. Co., . Cohiiuhus, Ohio 3gj U Gentlemen. I. have j . ja gj j TR AD L Juj ooor5O3os3ea893Of)8eococaeeaeea0 e. o- . aaaaaaaaa?o7ra a 30 39 32 MARKS, DESICNS, COPYRICHT8 He. Anrone sending a sketch and description ciar quicklr ascertain, free, whether an Inrentloa is patentable. Communication strl tlr contldentliL Oldest njrencj for? ecurlnit patents In America. Wo hare a Washington otaca. Tatents taken tbrouKh Muna X Co- - recelra special notice In tbe BIsaH --- 6oa .. fiea. GO. a.- - SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beantlfallr Illustrated, lanrest circulation or hut sclontl.lc journal, weekly, terms ja.00 a year; tLfOstx months. Specimen copies and LLLND Book on Patents sent free. Address MUNN & CO., 3G1 Broadway, Nor York. 2S-3- oe. a.. vvbI; MTA r lya--- Just opened on Secon d re- - " -- .Street at the stand ppntlv npi'imiPfl A ad ae o ea 08 s9 9 e S w T ,1, All nil iLuuua X. rl,n,,r,ll z? xsr , vy. ". viiciiaiiu. 9 k os go 3& 4)0 ) 419 ? 7 Ce. Oea - v VA "k nev and ny in sold as low --V. V as postmaster. Dry Goods Dealers Asalgn. Henderson, Ky., Feb. 4. S. & E. Charles T Caldwell. . cor-porati-oa well-know- n Trice Sold by T. S. Hasan, Druaci-it50c cnts and $1.00 per box. Call at drugG-Oberdorfer, dry goods dealers, have store and get free sample. Wanted-- An assigned. SOO.OOO. Liabilities, 51,000; assets, Protect your ldea.: thT may bring you wealth. fisatM Write JOHN WEDDEBBDRN & CO, Patent Attor- Coo." neys. Washington, D. Cfor their 81 AO prize Oder Ada... COaa.. and list ot two hundred luTcntlons wanted. Idea SSS r-- JVvn 7V the market for x eO SO O o CASH. ...aOD -- See.. Oa-S- .as co 9 0 Court nt Harrodshnrc Harrodsburo, Ky., Feb. 3. The police court was in session until a late hour Monday night and convened 2. at. J 1'nllce a.. Staa.. E0e. ar.d tl ntr hai. B fop C5. iLpaneio Pt!a Ointment, 25 and ouc. per dox. japtnese ut;r Pellets, 60 piUs, 25c, TVlllcnroall Jtinilof riles. Why iraflor with. this torribls disease? TVe clTvrrltten cured, dialled to any to nifand BHrantto with of prico.boret,Japaiesel'llethu mnnry it not Paul, AUcn. ou receipt Cure Company, bt. lao again early Tuesday morning, disposing of court day drunks and Sam Young and his 13 crap players. Distillery ilurued. Newcastle, Ky., Feb. 3. k e? See... a.. &' i8a... ... ea.. Svea 9a... OOea. We have no books ai Hi can therefore sell All goods r Vd from a CO. sa.. Lowest Prices for Cash. fresh and the city Y)Pi A . j .9 --- --- 9 V r" ...acO 00 ...aaO 9 se s ...aea cao co O o JB Hig-gin- s, All Deals Are O.T. THE MARKETS. CiscnWATL Feb. 6. Spring fancy, 10. sprint; faia-ll- y, SI 40 17 J. pries patent, (4Jj.l 74. winter patent. tlO&lgj. fancy, tlzo&lij. family. ti.MH3.e3. extra, ft 75 43 3: low crado, U 50ar To; rre, northwestern, 110371; do city. liCOtiTa Wn eat Sales: Sample red. at Sic: So.S red, on track. BJe. Cons-Sal- es: Mixed ear. 22c: No. 3 yellow 2;Kc. No. 2 white. Htfc. Oats Sales: No. S mixed, 19c. rejected do at 17c: do poor at 16c Hook select shippers'. r.4V2JiO; select batchers. M 4i'cA; lair to pood packer. 13 4i1.45; fair to coo J light. tl.O ftlbO; common and roughs. .275&&15. Cattm Fair to pood shirpers. CTjatol; none of the beat on sale: gooJ to choice butcher. tl&5S4 3o. fair to medium butchers, .3.23 U3.7j common. 215033.OQ. Sheep aso Laubs Sheep Extras, 10; fJCii. pood to choice. tiaOt 05 common to lr. Ltmbs Good to choice, M 73 liWSi4a 5. common to flr. 31 Veal Calves Fair to good light, (3.033 100. extra, ti.ii; common and large. U0J LOCISVILT.K, Ky., Feb. 2. Vice Pres- Flocr f3.7-5j- of the Louisville Baseball club, s tys that all deals for the sale of the Louisville franchise are off. Indianapolis instead of Detroit was after the Louisville franchise and made an offer of SGO.OOO. Indicted Aldermen Give Iiond. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2. Four of the indicted aldermen, B, E. King, J. & Leathermany R. O. Breuer and John Degarimo, appeared in court Monday and gave bond, the otherdndicted alderman, C J. Jenne. is out of the city. ident Dehler, Princeton, Ky., Feb. 3. A. T. Coates, father of Prof. T. J. Coates, and an old Died Suddenly. Morgan confederate cavalryman, died suddenly Tuesday. Guran lioom ilreaks. Ky., Feb. 3. The Guyan boom broke Tuesday morning, and thousands of logs were swept from the Sandy river into the Ohio. Catlettsburg, -- It li. lb. C47S. Wool Unwashed fine merino, loailo per quarter-blool i Jf . A oeliine and medium combing, 14 4 lis. IVashei fine merino X to XX, 13c: medium clotalng. Iil5c: lelalne fleece. 13316c. long co.nbtn, 16217c; Jurter-Woo- J and low. 13iltc; common soaras. liJUi; tub-a- -. caolcs. ed. average, 17&18c . Kar Youk. Feb. 6. "heat No. 5 red, March, 8la;85Kc; Mar. Ui8M3-16July, Ujkn-N- o. Msy. 30fJ30 Oats Western, zjf &:Jc. Cnicco. Feb. ft TSMc: y. 77c; July, September. 7Ie. clothtn. I3llc. medium, ciothla. I3Uc. braid. i:&13e: The collections at this place on tax paid whisky during January amounted to S103.498.C7, an increase of over $38,000 as compared with the same month last year. Postmaster Chambers Dead. Warsaw, Ky., Feb. 2. H. T. Chambers, postmaster, died at his home here Monday morning, aged 44 years, of stomach trouble. Mr. Chambers was. extensively connected throughout the state. 2. Lawrescebuko, Ky., Feb. Ke venae Collections. without damage. It is thought navi gation will be resumed in a few days. Song birds imported from Germany to Oregon in 18S3 and 1802 have thriven well. Thrushes, gold finches, linnets and skylarks were the princi- al birds released there.,., Jackson and Walllnc in Court. Covington, Ky., Feb. 4. Scott Jackson and Alonzo Walling, condemned murderers of Pearl Bryan, appeared in court Wednesday. They testified in the defenso of Adam Harpsy, charged with arson. Henry county, Wednesday morning. Are destroyed the busines portion of tho place, including the Deposit bank. Loss about 23,000, insurance 515, 000. Louisville, The gorge at Leavenworth gave way Tuesday Ky., Feb. 3. Gor; Gives Way. Ksntneky Village Burn oil. Lexington, Ky. ,Feb. 4. At Pleasure-vill- e, lj. c; 7c. o. The Dr. S. A, Muchmore library, of Philadelphia, has been presented to Center college, of this city. It contains about 4,000 volumes, valued at S7.000. 2. Danville, Ky., Feb. Danville Gets a Llbraxy. HEA-rbru- ary. il CKK-rbru- ary. l JulrMxe: CATTLE 12X&XXC: Ssp;emoe-.- s t'uc ZIJO '.s& ! . test Yorkers. roughs, ti26fcS.3i bull. .ia7..' . hogs Prime mediums, 103: Prime. ... .IVsidl - "??.. ttrsu7 Jw"k1gu$ westerns, Boat IB ".:- Sheep Ohio-fe- d m. X . t. .'" pastmasters were apy, pointed in Kentucky Wednesday: W. H. Wilkerson fell on the Morgan county, Pauline Day; slippery sidewalk Mpnday and broke Spruceburg, Whiteley county, J. 1L 1. . sh.- r and otherwise painfnlly Hart i..jureu i..msol.'. A Child to the Penitentiary. Broke His Sight Leg. , Fbankfobt, Ky., Feb. 4. James W. 12. a Crab Obchabd, Ky., Feb-a- . colored boy, Peridaa, a leading merchant, slipped was received st the penitentiary whU OBhi!way heme and hroks his moraing and began a term of ritfkt.Uf ft kM wd'Mki. oee year tor howebreakinsr. ' ' j Mr. Sterling, Ky., Feb. 2. Fell on a Slippery Sidewalk. Sevr Kentucky Postmasters. Washington, Fab. 4. The following s Ca-ne- fourth-clas- tillery owned an 1 operated by William McMeekin, at Sulphur, together with Louisville, Ky., Feb. 3. Tho Na- 50 barrels of whisky, was destroyed. tional Saddle Horse Breeders' associaDied After a Ilrirf Ivlness. tion Tuesday elected Gen. John B. Frankfort Ky., Feb. 3. Mrs. FanCastleman, of Louisville, president nie Berry Saffell, wife of The stock of members who wanted a J M. Sail ill, diet Tuesday night, a dividend declared was bought in by after a. brief illness. the association, and the money in Miss Gladstone's Devotion. the treasury will be used for prizes. Miss Helen Gladstone, daughter of the Commissioner of Internal Kevenue HunGrand Old Man, has given up the ter. of Newnham college, Oxford, Louisville, Ky., Feb. 3. It was stated in republican .circles Tuesday which she has held for 15 years, in night that Congressman W. Godfrey order to remain with her father and Hunter will be appointed commissioner mother. of internal revenue and that ia will Trade In the Strand. retire from the race for United States A statistician saj-- 12.000 vehicles, senator in favor of John W. Yerkes. including 3.000 omnibuses. passtbrough bhnt an Kagle. Ihe Strand. London, in the day, and the CrNTniANA, Ky., Feb. 3. An enormnarrowness of the street causes each of ous gray eagle was killed by a Mr. the 63,000 occupants to waste.on the avAshcraft Tuesday morning while ris- erage, three minutes. The total waste ing in the air with a suckling pig in its of time equals 3,150 hours, money claws The eagle measures six feet value of which at the very the moderate three inches from tip to tip. It is the rate of one shilling per hour, is $7S5 per first seen in this county for a number day, or nearly $250,000 peronnwn. of years. Aed Lidy Never Saw a Train. The Dime. nAKRODSBURG, Ky., Feb. 1 Mrs. The silver piece was authorBetsy Beeswick, aged 04 years, died in ized by congress in 1792, and ita cointhe west end of this county. Until age was begun in 1790. very recently her faculties were as clear as in youth. Shu died in a mile A train wa- held op by bandits in and a half of the place "where she was Oreran and the express car looted and born and uever saw a railroad train. burned. Trotters llrlnp Small Prices. Lexixoton, Ky., .Feb. 3. Tuesday was the opening day of the annual February sale of trotters. Owing to the bad weather the attendance was small and the bidding far from brisk. Fifty-thre- e head were sold for 3,610, Mairt an averoge of SG8 per head. prin-cipalsh- ip The dis- ad-Ure- Sold by "W. G. White, Drupgest, Kiclimontl, Ky. Nk-- a T . ) new- iasVMA a supply received daily." D. CHENAULT ---- ------- e9 ac8 98 e :e o 9 9 9 9 & 0ea.. OOea.. Ba- .BBafaaBaPBO DOS... ...e a &" XPSasalsaa .... ea3CSG9c3ecc99eco3sece09 a .. aaaaaaaaaaaaa m. 9. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa saasssassssssssssssstasasaeaBaaaiaastssts ......................................... ....... , a 9 s Livery, Feed and THE Largest Stable Eastern in Kentucky. u WILLARD nil Been Converted Into f lL - Q. T. FOX, Successor to Collins & Has Fox, Recently a Modern Palace Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling- of the Finest Quality. ten-ce- nt 33-1- 1 Richmond, Ky. 2000 Yards of BrUliant, New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors - - - OF S, PARLORS AND m UITKR HALLS. - - THE i 'SSSBBV MUX it $1.25 ? THE IN Offices and Dinlng-Roo- Beautifully Dscorted and Bril liantly Lighted of J.H.NEFF&C0. Strt, (Opposite Glyudon.) ADVANCE. Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in tho South, rate Charges Considered. ' DR. RUST'S Genoa root trlsinal EMYRQYUL nine-year-o- ld Wed-Hosd- ay tWM L--1 :.,ll" ,Ki-f- - retail gro cers and whisky dealers, made an as signment Tuesday morning to Bishop. Assets and liability b R-,- CrsTHiANA. Ky.7 Feb. 3. rad & Co., wholesale and Cynthlsna Groeers Failed. M. E. Con- Country Produce Bought and tiigheat Cash Market Price Paid. Sold, , land f.7UUU anfa- - I2alleat HaPnlirays reliable and Cnttnn fttint. ftnft always akforl)r.8ul's Pills. Tb( reTer f I'ennymyal t emale aiufliaiBruEi plete In one saaall package." rati and &Ter Injarev oareoeicici ai aw a" draasuB reeeisc of Sjfe. aaa liytt j? '"Xp- - - , .Kb KBKalla!rj Co, EL PaBi.ltlBB. . .' TOLLS of .nmEnu the greatc4t ES SUlJgaftgfiB (INJEQTION.I Cores In 1 to days. ItaiEe-dlatIn effect; qntek tc cue. ApolttTopreTtmtlT. CsOibe carried. In rest pocset,all rxim-e Discovery AGE KftilM W Kavo Been Expended In This Eecent Improvement. CfVIEIIB $lo,oooSt - .5 ByMeM '1. J I RHTES $2 ,, .3 t S2.SO PER DHY UUkr, Jr., Maigfc , -- at; Jf. ,Jr" 11- - . .. 1r '.:-- e . h' $ p. r ". L-.- r" IF U ,&? , V - 9ST&M br W. O. White. " ik". : f A. ' : xiM, Rkhiaoad, - Ky., J " WM i r i - ." , vf --1- IW If i , - ;,-- l JT!Tit"Mg ? 4?-- -- '' " r - .v :, - .. v (..' ir -- isQ ar . i 1? II -EZ3r KENTUCKY Tkm NEWS. tit CONVICT CHILD FREED. Gov. Bradley Sara Hla Confinement la a GUARDS OVERPOWERED And Robert Morton Taken Oat By a Mob and Banned. Bowling G keen, Ky., Feb. 5. Robert Morton, colored, was hanged by a mob about three miles from Rockfield, Who Can Measure The influence of the mother I It shapes the course of unborn generationsgoes sounding through, all 'coming aces and enters the confines of Eternity. With what care, therefore, should the Expectant Mother be guarded, and how great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life happy. HORRIBLE CRIME. A White Child Assaulted by a Colored Farm Band, Who la at Large. Paducaii, Ky., Feb. 2. A horrible criminal assault is reported in Western May-fiel- n &tiwT?ymx?&wdmwT&umm , en rnr-I trvI Zl Z1 ri ,! l rnr-t-i nl rami BjtairtdJirtilrtcartiJtJrgjrercJcarcjca ! ! I ?liiSrafrai3frtilSfrrlJErrHMrsJra'S1 rSiBrS g?raslirfllrairrair5JlEr?il " 1 II B Latest Kctri From All Part "CoBimoBrealth , .BIDDING To GOOD-B- Y Camp-'b.llSad.en- Siikusyville, Ky., Feb. 8. Sunday evening at the depot at Wadiy, a station on the Southern railway, 14 miles east of here, Campbell, a younjr business man of this pi ace, committed suicide by shooting himself through the head with a Death was instantaneous. No reason is assigned for the rash act, unless it was ill health. lie left here Sunday morning' in his csual jovial frame of mind to visit his mother at 'Waddy. where he spent the day. lie went to the depot in company with five others to return here on the evening train, and when the train hove in sight he quickly pulled his revolver and emptied the contents in his brain, lie was a brother of Sheriff II. A. Campbell an i It. A. Campbell, of the firm of Pemberton &. Campbell, the leading grocery merchant at this place, where he was employed as head salesman. BLACK CRIED Bnckeye 8 ate Cansht In a Gorce. For Joy TThen He Wit Detailed at LouisLouisville, Ky., Feb. S. The ice ville. Kr-gorge at Wolf creek, 43 miles below LouisviYLn, Ky., Feb. 6. Jailer Louisville, in the Ohio, gave way SunClark, of Lebanon, arrived in this city day afternoon The Memphis steamer Friday morning after William Black, Buckeye State, which had sought the black brute who assaulted Mrs. refuge in the mouth of the creek, was El Clark there, intending to take the caught by the ice and could not be prisoner back to the scene of his crime handled. The boat was thrown high for trial. Ho decided, however, that and dry and the stacks and pilot house it was unsafe to do so. Early Friday torn off. No relief can be sent before morning, it is said, a mob was forming Monday morning. The crew escaped. there to take the man out and hang The damage is not stated. him as soon as the jailer put in an appearance with him. Damc Salt Aclnt Doctor. For this reason he was allowed to HorKiNSViLLE, Ky., Feb S. In the cried Christian circuit court a damage suit remain in the jail here. Black to refor joy when it was decided not for Sl.OJO has been brought against Drs. G. W. Lackey and Walter Lackey, move him. Mr. Clark returned to Lebby Hume Lawson, nho claims 'that ho anon and will consult with Judge Patwas terribly beaten up without causo terson before making another move in The judge when he went to the doctors' office in the mater. shall have a has declared fair trial withsee his sick that Black Pembroke to ask them to out molestation, and he will certainly children. not permit the prisoner to be taken AhVandrrpooi'a Terrible FI1. 8. While a back to Lebanon until it is safe to do Lexington", Ky., Feb. dance was in progress at the home of BRADLEY DENIES IT. Henry Plummer, near Lumber Point. Saturday night, Abe Van ierpooL walkSays lie lias Xot Prepared Ills Call for an ed over a precipice, falling head first Kxtra Session. 5J feet, to the hloney bottom of the Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 0. Gov. Bradravine. Sunday he is able to walk, ley Friday emphatically denied he his injury being a swollen mouth. His had prepared his call for the extra cheeks were split by the falL session, as reported in a Louisville paper Thursday, and said the Iteats Tliem All. Hardin, Ky.. Feb. 8. W H. Dar- whole story was a fabrication, but nell, of this place, claims that he out-- c it can be safely stated that the asses all the boy giants of Kentucky. session ia atlll in project and likely to He is 15 years old, weighs ISO pounds, materialize in April or May. It is six feet six inches hieh in his stocking known that Olsington's case has been feet He is a member of the Wades-bor- made the subject of letters written to base ball club, and can turn a the governor by those who are taking handspring as well as any boy in the a deep interest in the subject of the neighborhood. proposed school of reform, and this is being pointed to as a glaring instance, Deperrioes Hrk Jail. Lexington, Ky., Feb. S. A special verifying the need of an extra session from liindman says that Win. Jacobs, afonce. Andrew Adams and Jake Slone, three Shot. Not Ilanced. Bowling Green, Kv.. Feb. 6. Fur mountain desperadoes, made their escape from the Knott county jail by ther details of the lynching of Robert overpowering Deputy Jailer Bige Hut-so- Morton, colored, at Rockfield, Wednesand beating him into insensibility day, for writing an insulting note to with his own pistol. Miss Tommie Johnson, siow that the j Negro was decoj-eto a vacant Prominent Vonn? Fnrmer Missing. out of town and shown the note. MorKy., Feb. & Robsrt Brow-deTulton, on the a prominent young farmer living ton then drew a pistol and three miles west of Fulton, left home mob twice, wounding one man in the for here Saturday morning, expecting leg. Tne mob returned the fire and to return in the afternoon. He was Morton c'l. He was pickiJ up and carriel into the hi. Is. His body has l st seen on tho streets about 3 p. m. not been found. Searching pirties are hunting him. J-e- nt" Trltradi at th Drpnt Leo Kllle.l Himself. e well-Jtno- L the little convict from Boyd county, who entered the penitentiary Wednesday, was pardoned by Gov. Bradley Friday night. After making. an official investigation, and without waiting- for a formal application for a pardon, the governor wrote out a pardon, on the face ol which he wrote the following indorsement: "The confinement of this boy is a crime against Christian civilization. A pardon is hereby granted to him." The governor did not deliver the pardon till he had found a good home for the boy, who is an orphan and without means to obtain transportation back Catlettsburg. Martin Boyd, a colored man, who has the reputation of being one of the best and most upright men of his race, was sent for, and readily consented to take the boy to his house, where he will reside temporarily and probably "permanently. At 6 o'clock the little fellow wis relieved of his stripes and joyfully lb't the prison walls for his new home. nine-year-old Crime Against Civilization. Fbahkfort, Ky., Feb. 8. James Miss. Tommie Johnson, a young white woman of Rockfield. When this became known a posse started at once to arrest Morton. When, they found him he ran and the officers-gavchase capturing Mm only after threatening him several times. After ho was arrested he was taken to a house on the Russcllville pike, near town, and put under guard until he could be brought here and lodged in jaiL About 12 o'clock a party of men appeared at the house, overpowered the guards and took the prisoner away from them. Taey then proceeded with him about three miles from Rockfield, hanged him and quickly dispersed, going to their homes. Morton's body was found Thursday morning and cut down. Morton was. years old and did about twenty-onnot bear a good reputation. well-known, after midnight Wednesday-eigh- t It is said that the negro, a son of a section hand at Rockfield wrote an insulting and insinuating note to sliortly 'Mother's Friend" CTPSwte . ness, re- Kentucky. The news reached Paducah Monday morning of tho assault in Creek Bottom, eight miles from of the daughter of JohmAllcock, by John Roland, colored. Maddened citizens are in pursuit and the whole country is aroused. Memory of the trouble which occurred between d the white and colored people at in December adds to the excitement. The locality where the crime was committed is only a few miles Carthe iLllayQ from was place where Miss Lydiatramp assaulted by a colored - ver Henrous- last Thursday. d, five-yearv- ld NEW YEAR aT 1 18971 s4 fla "T TAR V5W JTSlii OUR LJNE OF " May-fiel- Upon Every lieves the Paducah, Ky., Feb. 2. At Benton .Headache, Noah Franklin has been arrested for . .Cramps the murder of Daisy Sullivan, October and Hau-sca- a 30. Franklin was suspected of the n d crime from the first, and surrendered SuRlcIent Evidence Found. nndwrapperortbesenulnoDr.BUrs ( design. is printed the shave itnd j U both trade-marguarantee a warrant that the meal-- j clno contained in the bottle will cure j cou;h5, colds and all lung, thioat Bottle It k i FU ln pS3 ft "a Is now complete with N IT roe! fil a!! the LATEST STYLES, CHEAP! I lit e COMPANY For Mistakes Mad LIABLE -: ' o n ' ' d ho-is- r, The court of appeals Thursday decided arcase of great importance to the Western Union Telegraph Co. The amount involved was small, as judgment for dam- -ages in the sum of only 250 is A customer whoKotflfa need MIother'a Friend, slie (to sustained, but the printiple upon guys that if therebad to hat thronph the ordeal agsin, and vere four bottles to be decided means much obtained, and the cost ws 1100.00 per bottle, he which it was would UaTO them." GLO.IiAYTON, Day toa, Ohio. more than that to the telegraph company. The case is Western Union Sestby MII, en tlpt of price, fl.ro PER BOTTLE. Rook, MOTIIFRS" nil-frt. Telegraph Co. vs. Eubanks & Russell, TO EXPECTANT ftsd Ytjlu&tery teiumoaUU. cooUinine v&lu&ble islbraistloa from Simon county, and Judge Guffy orinion holds that the condition The BRADFIELD regulator CO.. Atlanta. Ca. SOLO BY ALL DRUUCSIST8. on the back of every telegraph blank 55-Is void where it provides that the company will not be liable for mistakes in EXTRA SESSION transmitting a message unless the message is repeated. In other words, that Or the Kentucky Legislature Necessary when the company ssn is a message it - lhi Financial Strain Must He K lleved. is supposed to bj sent without misFrankfort, Ky., Feb. 4 It seems takes and if a mistake is made and suit absolutely necessary that an extra is filed it is not a good defor damages session of the legislature should ba fense for the company to plead the called soon, the sooner the better, not provision on the back of the blank that so much for a senator as for other matthe message must be repeated. Courts ters, particularly finances. in other states have ruled both ways The state treasurer is now refusing on this same question and the authorito pay any old warrants, and says ties are conflicting. he does not known how long he will be able to pa current bills, and HAPPY KENTUCKIANS. it is also a secret List of Pension Granted tr Krsldents of that the state's institutions are Jllae Grs State tho asking or will ask, in their annual refollowWashington, Feb. 5. The ports some of which have as yet not ing pensions to Kentucky people were been made public for additional apgranted Thursday: propriations. The governor will not Original Henry F. Monroe, Fal- say whether he will appoint or not. mouth, Pendleton. The Bradley people are very retiRestoration and Additional Hugh unusually r. Beard, deceased, Mounds, Critten- cent nunter's men seem nre quiet. active. Holt's friends den. Yerkes' boom seems alive, and Ernst Increase Reuben Clark, Preston-burand his boom are heard of from Floyd. many quarters. Ernst's friends, like Original Widows, Etc Rachel Gar- Judge Holt's, have had occasion rison, Augusta, Bracken; special Janu- to deny the rumor lately circulated ary 27, Rena Streets (mother), Lexing- that he was not willing to be longer in Columbus, the race. Dick Ernst will be one of ton; Ilester Thompson, Hickman; Cordelia E. Beard, Mounds, the principal spreakers at the Y. M. C Crittenden; Sophia Perkins, Logan a, A. state convention, February Jessamine. About three hundred delegates are ELOPERS STOPPED, WAR PAINT p Hat the Parent Consent, and the Frankfort, crnph M'ssaccs. Ky., Feb. 5. in Transmitting Tele, pares the h system that is made easy and the time of recovery shortened many say "stronger after than before confinement." It insures safety to life of both mother and child. All who have President McKnight Indicted. used "Rojlier's Friend" say they Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2. It was will never be without it again. Ho other remedy robs confine- stated at the United States district attorney's oftico Monday morning that ment of its pain. Child-Birt- so pre- himself, demanding an investigation. After an examining trial, lasting several days, the judge d'smissed thecase. Franklin's defense at his trial was an alibi. The proof now discovered, it is said, will upset this and show that Franklin was responsible for the girl's condition and then foully murdered her. and chest troubles more quickly and effectually than any other remedy. ( DR. BELL'S : Pine ' ar-Honey -T- ME 0 O11 ill r Is nold bj all druggists or sent upon receipt ii price Z5C, 00a ana i per oouir 07 T4maA, Xj. Tb K. E. galkrrU4 HWklu : We have ihe Largest and Nicest Line cf ever bronght to ilie City. ROCEERS Diners nre an indictment was prepared against President J. M. McKnight, of the suspended German national bank, and that it would contain five counts. Further information was declined. Mr. McKnight is under bond. Q9GQGQQOQOd -- 2G l., J pin sfSJ in-th- e 21 Herndon, who murdered his wife near Flat Lick and later fortified his home and bade defiance to the officers when Our fctory on laurel Street iii they went to arrest him, has escaped. is now mnniiiir, and we are prnpared to fill orders foi twittof the It is said that he passed through en route to Corbin concealed in a load of hay. ol 11 Alleged Band of llorsethleves. Walton, Ky., Feb. 2. It is believed there is an organized band of horse-thiev- Valley Hid In a Load or Hay. View, Ky., Feb. 2. Charles SUPPLY THE TRADE n com rort able 3011 repret leaving I lie I able. !tr- Li' H Uiir muhII Kock r- - keep the children quiet all day. R"-- Suites make happy homes. Our to go home early. r. Our Springs and Mattresses caue you Our roldimr Jieds will not hurt jou. Our Foldinc Couches ailord the jrreatest pleasure. Our AVire Cols don't fail to see. are great variety. Our Secretaries and Book-case- s Our Side boards all new and liiiiuKcunp. s will just finish yoor ball. S Our Hat-rack- mm m of loo much to menlion each item and all that is necessary, Our stock con-fft- p lo cive us a call, and we can furni&h you anything you may wibh for. is for you "Ms es 1 well-guard- in this section. Friday night a fine horse was taken from Jasper Wil"Pair 0! liams, living near Bank. Saturday one week ago a fine horse of night Jack Wright's was stolen from tho Branilp, three grades. We can savejonj same locality. mourv i?end us a tii.il order; you will Ehpe-- 1 be glad w ith our products. THE GROOM FAINTED. ciany pleased to hear iroin country mer Marriage of Robert Lord Cave and Miss chants. I 1 EH," " U. C u. jah" Il fl Our Undertaking Department is Always Complete. uxruinxu unrusJnruunriisuririJU- rft- - Si raJ0 JLX3 I xnruumjt " n n riruuinjnjnnnnru uu -- 1 IJJ UGHANflN ruxru-LTLr- i AND KIGGERSTAFF.& rLnxLTLrin. njirLru-Lr- i rutn nnn nsuinruinsirinnnruirLnjux njTrLrurri UTJLarLrij nnnnnn nn r&. -- FURNITURE AND MORTICIANS. .'rtUBit StUle Bullock. g, 18-2- 1. Wed-dln- fi-- ed i Toole Place Thursday. Frank llndtle Indicted. Xevwort. Ky., Feb. a The Campbell county grand jury Saturday reported an indictment against Frank ltu lde for wi lfully attempting to burn a baildin:. HuJ le is cha-e- d with attempting to fire the Spring Bed Co.'s hull ling at Fourth and Saratoga. Admitted t It OL IIopkiixsvii.i.e, Ky., Feb 8. Thomas C Nootten. who has been in jail in this city the past month for the killing 3 Detective Wm. Brame. in this coun-twas admitted to bail in the sum of 000, which he promptly gave and ivas sc at hbertv. .1 v. as C.iutiael. Ky., Feb. 8. Senator fio hA, of Covintrton. is to assist AtM"b- -l Frankfokt, torney General Taylor in prosecuting the Kentucky lottery cases before the iupr'tne court Senator Goebel is the y law. author of the anti-iotter- Lexington, Ky.. Feb 8. City Physician Kellar, in his report to the gen-rrcouncil, made the statement that the death of six children in Lexington during January was due to absolute end unconditional neglect. Di'tll nf Judee Clark. Ky., Feb. & Volney C Clark died at his home in Crofton, of pneumonia, aged 06 years. He was for years city judge of Crofton, and a prominent republican politician. al Six Dead of Ne-I'- ct. ,vho was attending school at Pewee to elope from valley, attempted the college and get married Monday Ml VS"nt to Dla. Cnrvr night. Teachers got on to their Paduca.ii. Ky., Feb. ft. Despondent plans and foiled the attempt, sending over the shame of her position and the the young lady to her home here. Mr. notoriety given to her. Miss Lydia Jurey quickly followed, and pressed Carver, the victim of an assault last his suit so ardently that the old folks week near Fulton, has already made consented to the union for Friday an attempt at suicide, and it is feared nfternoon. The wedding will take at that she will r?peat the effort to kill Jeffersonville, Ind. Iho prospective licrsel'. Her father has offered a re- groom is 20, the bride-to-b-e 17, and ward for the capture of his daughter's both are prominent and wealthy. assailant. It is now believed that the guilty party was a white man with his Tobacco Trust May Be Investigated. face blacked. Framifort, Ky., Feb. 5. Gov. Bradley has been asked to take some official Two Workm'ii Hndly Injured. 6. John action in regard to the expense of Frankfort, Kr., Feb. Thomas and Joe Ritchie, both colored, trusts in Louisville and other towns. were blown up by a premature explo- The intimation here is that it is directsion of a blast in a rock quarry on ed against the tobacco warehouse comSpring Hill Friday morning. Thomas' bination at Louisville, and that the eyes were blown out and Ritchie's leg governor is going to ask the legislawas blown off. Neither is expected to ture to make a searching investigaThomas and Ritchie arc stone tion of the methods of the tobacco live. masons and had lit a fus which had trust, which is alleged to exist in conlaw. exploded, not allowing them time to travention of the state anti-truget away. Freight Wreck on the L. & '. st Gbf.ex, Ky., Feb. 5. Mr. Albert C Jurey, of Pewee valley, and Miss Mary Potter, of this city, but Bowi.ixo Put Oa By Inspector Letcher for Gov. Bradley. Is Loaded Dr. Ben Hop-kinsvil- Letcher, superintendent of the asylum, whose removal has been recommended by Inspector Lester, arrived here Wednesday night, accompanied by his attorney, John Feland, w., of Ilopkinsville. They are keeping their presence here quiet and will call on the governor Thursday to ascertain what he intends to do in the matter. It is intimated that if the governor removes Dr. Letcher on the charges that are alleged to be frivolous, the latter will put on his war paint and make public some charges against the governor. Won't Kmovo Letcher. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 4. The report which Inspector Letcher has filed with the governor on the Ilopkinsville asylum trouble has never been made public, but a close friend of the inspector said Wednesday night, that the report will positively not recommend Letcher's removal, but would suggest some changes that would do away with the petty jealousies that have existed under Letcher's regime. Young Cadet Missing. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 4 II. Pricer McD.iniel, a.young cadet in the Kentucky State college, and member of a Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 4. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 3. Miss Sallio Overton Bullock, daughter of Dr.W. O. Bullock, of Lexington, and Robert Lord Cave, of Xashville, were married in the First Presbyterian Church here Tuesday night by Dr. R. Lin Cave, father of the groom, assisted by Dr. Bartlett. The bride was gowned in Paris muslin and carried bride's roses. The bridesmaids were Misses Annie and Elizabeth Reed, Louisville; Carry Breckinridge, fcue Taylor Overton, Covington; Kate and Suo Overton, Frankfort, while Miss Ella Cave, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. The groom fainted twice while the ceremony was being performed and forgot the ring. They will make their home in Nashville. Wood to Be Appointed Senator. White g Ross, carBraifllpUIIfr i L 4- 0- Richmond. Kv. BRID&BFORP'S ECONOMIST RANGE. SEE THEM ! EXAMINE THEM! PURCHASE TI1E.M1 fesh HE PAYS THE rfS i mwMmmmmMmEvptmm Ah&LsdM A "ZZZlOi. CA'.r j SS' " S " Jl ll SfrliiiTtlK -- 53 ? fSfrSJl'TtLT frSJSfri1 -- a- A I FREIGHT. ...YOU PAY FOR THE i ISFPS Sp rtua DRINKS. NO. m LOGICS liH LLJ rarnJ KY S Y, J 18llliHiirF sale of 'T" - 1 KJ Louisville, Ky., Feb. 3. A Frankfort dispatch which is believed to be based on good authority says: "A. T. Wood, of Mt Sterling, will be ap- noes 77 r,i "zrX 2: ! 8 SECOND STREET. RICHMOND. Phmie.No. 3. "" I - pointed United States senator by Gov. Bradley on March 5. The legislature will be called in extra session a few weeks later. There will be no senatorial election until next January, unless the legislature should conclude to eluctGov. Bradley or John W. Yerkes." John ItntMiiit Capture I. Pauucaii, Ky., Feb. 3. News has reached here that John Roland, the Negro accused of assaulting the daughter of John Allcock, a farmer, of Graves county,, was captured on the Ilatchic river in West Tennessee. A telegram received Tuesday morning says that his captors have reached Fulton with the prisoner en route for Mayfield. Excitement is growing at Maj field. Color d Boy Shot to Deith. ld 9.THE0K ' i-5 IBS mm ggm? solo t ? r. r 25?i .Hci U-! W -- CO NEW 18 YORK K WORLD, EDITION. 156 H THRICE-A-WEE- Si COo Pages a Week. Papers a Year. in RICHMOND. mimi HON. C. T. CALDWELL, Messenger has received an anony mous letter from an alleged member of the Alf Holt rrob, saying he intended to confess soon because of a tortured conscience. Ihe letter calls on the police force and fire department to do the . same. The letter has been placed in the hands of detectives. Ssys He Will Confess Owensboro. Ky , Feb. 0 The Owens-bor- o at Nortonville. There were two . j south-bound ville Earlisgton, & Ky., Feb. 5. A Louissec- Nashville freight was wrecked ' tachment suit for the circuit court against A. D. Martin, D. O. Marques against M. S. Felton, the Chicago contractor who has the receiver of the Southern railway, for state contract for the output of the 2,000 damages for injuries received Friends and the tug Dauntless arrived at the port Saturday. The steam crs 1 1 penitentiary chair factory. It is filed while in the employ of the road, was compromised Thursday, the' plaintiff in the harbor saluted the boats with by eastern creditors. getting ST00 in money and the promloud blasts from their whistles. The The Jackson and Wallinc; Cases. ise of employment when there is a vaIhree Friends was seized by the colKy., Feb C. It is said cancy. Frankfort, lector of the port and an officer placed the Jackson and 'Yallin? cases have Passed the Queer. on biard. The crew of the Three been really passed on by the nurt of Louisa, Ky., Feb. 5. James Nibert, Friends report a very stormy voyage. appeals and that the petitions have been overruled. That court is holding of this place, was tried here before A?fd 3tana Heroism. Commissioner Stewart United Clarksvili.e, Tenn., Feb 8. A mad them up for fear of criticism of too upon a States of passing counterfeit charge great haste. dog ran amuck near McAllister Cross and the Itoads, in this county, biting the Jw I'rintln? Company. Graph- money Stateswas held to answer to His court at Louisville. United Ky., Feb 6. The son of Mrs. Lippie Swift Frankfort, was placed at $1,030. He has through both hands. J. T. Swift, a ic Printing Co , of Louisville, Ky., F. bond heretofore borne a good reputation. man of SO years, attacked and cut the W. Sbafer, George Smith and John rabid animal's head off with an ax. Davidson ha filed articles of incorporOil Near Catlettsburg. The Swift boy was brought to this city ation with the secretary of state. Catlettsburg, Ky., Feb. 5. A good for treatment. flow of oil was struck here Thursday Itaoter Will Stay In the Flcht. Louisviixk, Ky., Feb. 0. Dr. W. G. morning by the Big Sandy Oil and Gas Ropi to Hang Inestrnir. St. Louis, Feb. 8. Wm. Menze, a Hunter says he is still a candidate for Co. on Judge Brown's farm a half mile rope maker, of 3722 Natural Bridge senator to succeed Blackburn and will west of town. It is thought to be in paying quantities. road, called at the Four Courts to take stay in the fight to the end. Gov. liradley a Pallbearer. measurements for the rope he will the A Hunter Killed. make for the hanging of Duestrow. It Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 5. The funAsnxAXD, Ky., Feb. 6. John eral of Mrs. Fannie Berry Saffell, wife will be of the finest white hemp, IS aged 15, accidentally shot and of J. M. Saffell, occurred feet long, and nearly an inch in diamkilled himself near Garner, this coun- from the residence Thursday. Gov. eter. The rope will cost the state S10. ty, while hunting. Bradley was one of the pallbearers. 1 ld The Three Prlenis &exd. St. Louip, Feb. 6. A special to the bcripps-Mclla- e league from Jacksonville, Fla., says the steamer Three Frankfort, Attachment Ky A?lnt Mirtln. . Feb. C. trains. The tions of the first section doubled on Petersburg hill and the rear half ran back several miles, meeting the second section at Nortonville. The caboose was telescoped and the engine and several cars were derailed. No one was injured. Southern Salt Compromised. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 5. The suit of prominent Kentucky family, U missing. A reward of is offered for hi apprehension. He is 5 feet 7 inches tall, unusually long brown hair, eyes bluish gray, weighs 130 pounds. When last seen he wore a cadet's gray uniform. white, while drunk, started to leave town at 3 p. m At the edge of town he met two Negro boys. Browder of had a Winchester rifle and commanded the boys to run. Isam U illiams, 18 years old, disobeyed. Browder shot him in the head, killing him instantly. Browder escaped. A posse and hounds are pursuing. ll-v- Fulton, Ky., Feb. 3. 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A telegram Hig-gin- s, THE MARKETS. ily, spring patent, ri 4)&i 7i: winter patent. KG3.4.85. finer. tLa&L4 ). family. UJ0&181. extra. Ii7id3ri: low crade, ttb!iZ7i: rre. northwestern, tiflOiiTJ; do city. liOOaiTS Wheat Sales: Sample red. at 81c; No.S red, on track. 90c. Mixed ear. 22Jc. No. 3 yellow 2:Wc so 2 while. WWc. Oats Sales: No. S mixed, 19c. rejected do at 17c: do poor st 16c. CoK.i--Sale: Fwjuk Sprln fancy, 3.72:4 Cci3R(atx. to. Jiil7j. spring fam- Feb. 6. All Deals Are OX LouisviLi.1:, Ky., Feb. 2. Vice President Dehler, of the Louisville Baseball club, s tys that all deals for the sale of the Louisville franchise are off. Indianapolis instead of Detroit was after the Louisville franchise and made an offer of $60,000. butchers". W mon and roughs. :2.5&3.1a, Cattlx fair to cood shippers. t3.7jt 67; none of the best on sale: cood to choice butcher, tl85&4.35. fair to medium butchers, .3.:3 &3.7.I. common. tiWJjioa Sheep asd Laubs Sheep Extras, J4.10; CLti. cood to choice. ti03.l 05. common to (lr. ti.50Qi.ia L.mbs Good to choice, H 73 Mi. S. common to f.ilr. MjOISX Veal Calves Fair to cood ltzht,, li 033 100. extra, t!2i; common and lark-e- tXOJ C47S. Iloos select snippers'. (.MV&1&0: select 13 4VqZ.S0; fair to pood packer. 4i3Xi; fair to coo J light. tl.O filM); com- Indicted Aldermen Give Bond. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2. Four of the indicted aldermen, R. E. King, J. E. Leathermanv R. O. Breuer and John Degarimo, appeared in court Monday and gave bond, the otherdndicted alderman, C. J. Jenne. is out of the city. clothtn?. 13lic: medium, and ciothlnc, labile: braid. I.!dl3c: medium combine. 14215s. U'asbei. flne merino X to XX, IJc: medium clotalns. liISc: aelalce fleece. ISaiSi. lone co.nbia, 14217c: Snorter-bloo- d and Jow. 13?jlie. common warns. 12311 caolcs. 19j. tub-a .ed. avenge, 17l8c, . N:w York. Feb. 6. wheat Na, t red, March, Bl'iaSJKej Mar. IHiu8M3-16Jnly. 79c. Ujbn-N- o. May. 30&30 Oars Western, zl5fS:ic. Cntctco. Feb. fl." c: M y 77c: July, September. TlHe. CKK-Fbru-ary. JSHZZiUc: Miy. quarter-blool flsl-iinc: lb Wool Unwished fine merino. 10311c per Lawbescebukq, Ky., Feb. 2. The collections at this place on tax paid whisky during January amounted to 5103,493.07, an increase of .over $38,000 as compared with the same month last year. Postmaster Chambers Dead. Warsaw, Ky., Feb. 2. H. T. Chambers, postmaster, died at bis home here Monday morning, aged 44 years, of stomach trouble. Mr. Chambers was extensively connected throughout the state. 2. The Dr. S. Muchmore library, of Philadelphia, has been presented to Center college, of this city. It contains about 4,000 volumes, valued at $7,000. Revenue Collections. w. Danville, Ky., Feb. Danville Gets a Library. A. 28JaX -- a. f:c Mt. Sterling. Ky., Feb. Fell on a Slippery Sidewalk:. 2. . iuSZZ1''ItrrsBCBcri. Pa.. Fob. Jtay-i- r Hoes-Pri- uc: ,inPrUne''-7S-feeders 189: balls, stag, iaa coz.$t 00 im ma . mediums, .7dH75j b! aad SHEXP-Otio-- Ba "' a. IV. H. "Wilkerson fell on the Mippery sidewalk Mpnday and broke "ilm-- ' 1, r and othorwUe painfully i..jureu j..mstil.'. roughs, uaaiia fed westerns. Uffifet r rrisa Broke His Sight Lnsgr. Crab ObchIbd, Ky. , J'eb. S. W. E. leading merchant, slipped, Perkins, while ob hk way beme and broke hU ritfkt Sw 1: V ,.' 4jr, 'UtTrooa tb Icmc ft&d WkJ. again early Tuesday morning, disposing of court day drunks and Sam Young and his 13 crap players. Distillery llururd. ance. Newcastle, Ky., Feb. 3. The distillery owned and operated by William , Stddle Uorse Breeders Kiect Oulceri. McMeekin, at Sulphur, together with Louisville, Ky., Feb. 3. The Na- 50 barrels of whisky, was destroyed. Died Saddenly. Died After a Brief Illness. Princeton. Ky., Feb. 3. A.T. Coates, tional Saddle Horse Breeders' associaFrvnkfort Ky., Feb. 3. Mrs. Fanfather of Prof. T. J. Coates, and an old tion Tuesday elected (Jen. John B. Morgan confederate cavalryman, died Castleman, of Louisville, president. nie Berry Saffell, wife of The stock of members who wanted a J M. haffjll, died Tuesday night, suddenly Tuesday. a dividend declared was bought in by after n, brief illness. Guyan 11 00m llrealcs. association, the money Catlettsburg, Ky., Feb. 3. The the treasury willand used for prizes. in Miss Gladstone's Devotion. bo the Guyan boom broke Tuesday morning, Miss Helen Gladstone, daughter of the Commissioner of Internal Bevenue linn. and thousands of logs were swept from Grand Old Man, has given up the ter. the Sandy river into the Ohio. of .Newnhara college, Oxford, Louisville, Ky., Feb. 3. It was Gorge Gives Way. stated in republican .circles Tuesday which she has held for 15 years, in Louisville, Ky., Feb. 3. The gorge night that Congressman W. Godfrey order to remain with her father nnd at Leavenworth gave way Tuesday Hunter will be appointed commissioner mother. without damage. It is thought navi of internal revenue and that c will TraOo In the Strand. gation will be resumed in a few days. retire from the race for United States A statistician says 12,000 vehicles, senator in favor of John W. Yerkes. including 3.000 omnibuses, passtbrough Soso birds imported from German Mint an Bagle. ihe Strand, London, in the day, and the Oregon in 18S3 and 1892 have to CrNTniANA, Ky., Feb. 3. An enorm- narrowne&s of the street causes each of thriven well. Thrushes, gold finches, eagle linnets and skylarks were the princi- - ous gray Tuesday was killed by a Mr. the 63,000 occupants to waste.on the avmorning while ris- erage, three minutes. The Ashcraft birds released there.,. waste al ing in the air with a suckling pig in its of time equals 3,150 hours, total money Jackson and Walllnsr In Coart. claws The eagle measures six feet value of which at the very the moderate Covington, Ky., Feb. 4. Scott three inches from tip to tip. It is the rate of one shilling per hour, is 5"S5 per Jackson and Alonzo Walling, confirst seen in this county for a number day, or nearly 250,000 demned murderers of Pearl Bryan, apperannuoi. of years. peared in court Wednesday. They tesAved Lady Never Saw n Train. The Dime. tified in the defense of Adam Ilarpsy, Hahbodsburg, Ky., Feb. 3 Mrs. bilver piece was authorThe charged with arson. Betsy Beeswick, aged 04 years, died in ized by congress in 1702, nnd its cointho west end of this county. Until age was begun in 1790. Kentucky Village Burned. very recently her faculties were as Lexington, Ky., Feb. 4. At Pleasure-villclear as in youth. She died in a mile A train wa" held up by bandits in Henry county, Wednesday morning. Are destroyed the basin es portion and a half of the placewhere she was Oreran anil the express car looted and of the place, including the Deposit born and uever saw a railroad train. burned. Loss about 825,000, insurance bank. Trnttrrs Bring Small Prices. 515,000. Lexington, . Ky., .Feb. 3. Tuesday was the opening day of the annual New Kentucky Postmasters. Washington, T"eb. 4. The following February sale of trotters. Owing to fourth-clas- s postmasters, were ap- the bad weather the attendance was small and the bidding far- from brisk. y, pointed in Kentucky Wednesday: head were sold for $3,610, Morgan county, Ifjuline Day; Fifty-thre-e Main Sprncebnrg, Whiteley county, J. If. an average of SS8 per head. Cynthlana Grocers Failed. Hart (Opposite Glyndon.) Cvntoiana. Kyi," Feb. 3. M. E. Con- A Child In the Penitentiary. raa orvx)., wnoiesaio ana retail gro Country Produce Bought and t Fbankfobt, Ky., Feb. 4. JamePs-ingtoa 'colored boy, cers uu vmiHtcy u.esiers, xnaae as asSold. Efigh'est Cash" Harkel Tras received at' the penitentiaryr"Wed-aesda- y signment Tuesday morning to B.y. morning and began(a term of Bishop. jAsaet and liabilities wi-prin-cipalsh- lp McKnight, president of the suspended German national bank and of the Safety Vault and Trust Co., Wednesday afternoon complied with a demand by directors of the latter corporation that he resign, and Mr. Chas. T. Dcaring, the bookseller, was elected in his stead. Greey's 810,000 Blaz-- . Hopkixsville, Ky., Feb. 4. The store of B. J. Wall, dealer in general merchandise at Gracey, was entirely destroyed by firo Wednesday afternoon, together with most of its contents. Several other buildings burned. Total loss, 810,000; covered by InsurGer-mania well-know- J. M. ItOuSHt Catlttbur;. January 2G, 1995. Ky., Feb. 3 One Wkigiit JIed. Co., one-haand inches of rain fell here The Monday. The Guyan-Rive- r boom broke Columbus, Ohio. 'early Tuesday morning and thousands Gentlemen; I .have been using of logs are coming out, but owing to the ice being so heavy, "no attempt is Wright's Celery Capsules since Novembeing made to catch them. The Big ber, 1S94. and fin J tliem to be as recomSandy is booming. 'Ihe Ohio r.ver is mended. I first besan taking them nine feet and rising fast. while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism, Liver and Furniture Comptny A.ii;i.t. Stomach trouble. Constipation which I Louisville, Ky., Feb. 4. The S. T. Moore Co., dealers in furniture, as- hail been 8 long suHerer. I found the signed Wednesday afternoon. Liabil Celery Capsules Rave me irreat relief ities, '$20,000; assets estimated at 550,- - from the beginning and have used them 000. ever since. With pleasure, and unsoNew Post ORlce In Kentucky. to any and licited, I recommend .Washington, Feb. 4. A post office all suffering with like them nfilictious or eithei has been established at Eliza, Johnbon county, Ky., with Archibald J. Watson of them. Very truly yours. y Ya., Catlettsbuko, lf iftM2B Anyone sending a sketch and desert ptlon may quickly ascertain, free, whether an Intention is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Oldest acency for securing patents In America. We have a Washington office. Patents taken through Jlunn 4 Co. recelr special notice In the a a. ..TaslatisislslsatslststBsiai v " (Iiisitisisiiieisoi900iooo(ieioo3iig."ii .. .. ...... i. ;;;:r:iirirrrTTT?&& && - " -- TRADE MARKS DESIGNS, COPYRIGHTS Ac. o 9 B as e tiFff J& 45" 0 ? SO As,.. gs... 00.... S99C vB W NV Js .Just opened on Second re- - .Street at the stand 'SQ ea ec SO SO at O 09 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beautifully IllnstratPd. larcest circulation of nnr scientific Journal, weekly, terms tibo a jetsi Jl.j0stx montbs. Specimen copies and ILU10 Book, ox Patents sent free. Address MUNN & CO., w A. ' V scently V'A occupied by T. All soods oo taO 919 cid 361 Broadway. 2S-- Nct York. III:.: c XtT a iP new and sold as low iiisv in t lie asa to as postmaster. n assigned. soo.ooa Wanted-- An Sold by T. S. Hagan, Drnariit. Price Protect your Ideas: ther may bring you weilth. fc E. 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call i.t drug- Write JOHN WEDDEBBDIUJ & CO, Patent Attorneys, Washington, D. C, for their tlJSM prize offer 6- Oberdorfer, dry goods dealers, have store and get free sample. and list ot two hundred luTentlona wanted. Dry Goods Dealers Astlgn. Henderson, Ky., Feb. 4. S. Charles T Caldwell. Idea S5S Vis. A market for se o.... Coo.. e9- - V- - vixs V y Liabilities, 551,000; assets, a iV.vy 111.W ft n Ci r .o vW .so SO & so ec SO CO Harrodsburg, i.UAf X'ollce police court was insession hour Monday night and Court at Harrodshnrg. Ky., Feb. 3. The XW all'.:'. We "ave no books antlv fm Ijllll sv iliilt. V AX MAT -- x ..S3 SO -- JtO SS until a late convened ssa ID e 06 S9 XlEr iikSi TTlll euro E2f W. oil lttnd of riles. "Whr luffer with this terrible disrnse ? TV rrritten jrusranteA with O SI. 00 boiM,(o rsfumt th, money ir not cured. SlalleU rIts fcny adto dress oa receipt orprico. lao Japaiwse Pile Cure Company, bt- - Paul, Minn. E"SoId by V. G. White, DruprRest, Richmond, Ky. EOc. and CI ncrbar. 6 top 55. R RiT Ji.pinese Pi's Oinlment. 25 and IH H J WTj buc. per Box. Japanese Pellets, 60 pills, 25c, a SSiAM.. llin..rn.. tT LllCl Chilli nnll utr ?tll Lowest Prices for till'.: mill:: 22"" ...- - All goods fresh the city and a V supply received daily. D. CHENA riiTl -UL-T- & CashpX froinCT'iA new; X CO. W A 3 A .CO so se -- as as SO acO S3 8f e9 & W Sh& --- 99 0 se aO a vSb Jfa ' --- as SO aA 6 0 o.... -- a9 89 ec.. -. T W m w ' ............. .. :''0 .ftift.AttAataAa.a.Ti.t..aaTiatiAaiflaaafitit 8S0aQf30C03S09 S a o W Livery, IPeed arid THE Largest Sale in Eastern Stable Kentucky, WILLARD HOTEL L1T-- 7 " 33-- 4i C. T. FOX, Successor to Collins & I,OTJTS"XTTX jLB, Been Converted Into Has Fox, Recently a Modern Palace Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling of tho Finest Quality. ten-ce- nt Richmond, Ky. 2000 Yards of Brilliant. New Velvet Carpet Adorn tne Floors OF BED-ROO- e, PARLORS ASD UPFBR HALLS. - Bril-- I J.H.NEFF&C0. Stxtt, II L v j L I jiff P . MsJIi-- d R M A J, sfilLR..'"TJ1! , i Offices and DinlngRoom Beautifully Dscorted and Hantlv Lighted ADVANCE. THE GReATCST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE.I; (INJEQTIOM.1 r - Its Equipments throughout; nro without a Superior in the South, rate .... Charges Considered St of Ca-ne- - DR. RUST'S G0H08 ROO- T'j&eoalne D r EXNYROYAL alTTsys reltsbla and llirlglnttl H ana n, nine-year-ol- d; -- always akfvjrl.r. Bunt's rerasie fall , and ncrer Injure. dxM oa receipt- "f-"S- i ll tr. 5 . , "J aJstalaalaeCB,Bt.ra t.oe bxit, m rills, lofr neTBT yictp iu ittw ataiuywiM aayud' aareeepi si ay .. P INpt asd ilaloai Cures la I to 4 days. Iame dlato In eSect; quick tc care. ApositrroprrfreatiTB. uiziDa taiiuv to , Have Been Expended In This Kecent Improveinent. Jtre'rJl2ora" 1107 v 1 . - RKTES $2 ' i. o&e year lor aoMeoresucutcr. -- ' . R- - Ml, ? irv nAAli?---- .c b',2.T . T" ttf Price Paid. .. -- rtr r' r Tt - ". ir trrzz n h;,hvV' i- v.G.white, H. lMxflnat.'iitcumoaa. ky. e- - ,--. r - VI f II lb v !. $2.50 PER DHY WScstt Lit, Jr., ymi !' 1.- LV 4 - 1 liliiiiifiilMll-MMilillit