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IJOB WORK I jkJAREFULLY EXECUTED' RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, Highest of all in Leavening Strength. FEBRUARY 17, 1897. HAR- - NUMBER 37. Go-'- We wish to caution all nsers of Simmons liver Regulator on a subject of tie deepest Merest and importance to their health perhaps their lives. The sole proprietors and makers of Simmons Liver Regulator .earn that customers are often deceived by baying and taking some medicine of a .similar appearance or taste, believing it to be Simmons Liver Regulator. "Ve warn von that unless the word Regulator is on the package or bottle, that it is not Simmons Liver Regulator. Ift one else makes, or over has made Simmons Liver Regulator, or anything called Simmons Liver Regulator, but J HZeilin& Co., and no medicine made bv anyone else is the same. 0We alone can put it up. and we cannot be responsible, if other medicines represented as the same do not help you as you are led to expect they will Bear this fact well in mind, ifyou have been in the habit of using a medicine which you supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator, because the name was somewhat like it and the package did not have the word Regulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking SimmonB Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has been favorably known for many years, and hll who use it know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague, Bilious Fever, Constipation, Headache, Dyspepsia, and all disorders cns:ng from a Diseased Liver. We ask you to look for yourselves, and fee that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on vrapper, and by our name, is the only medicine called Simmons Liver Regulator. WARNING. Editorials in the Cail'sle Mercury compiled by the editors ol the lumax for the edflica-tio- n of its readers. The Lexington Herald, of which a I5reckinriilj;e ih Mansjrer, rejects proposals made by Chairman Johnston for harmony in the Democratic jwity. As Desha and his pa have sone oxer to lire Republicans of course I hey will do all they can lo destroy the Democratic party. The imiiio of Urockinriilge, which va once a path word for Democracy, has become a blight on the fuir unfortunate brothers. name of old Kent tick v.' It is said that no matter what the report of Mate Examiner Iester may be A dipntch from New York January the Sinking Fund ComuiissiunerH will !r.d, Kts: not remove him. The political faction "Quick justice was done to four in the Republican parly will also save men who attempted to rob a bank on Happy, no mailer how inefficient he may be. But who will save the be shown Grand Street yesterday afternoon. In l.ypnblicanto party in ISO'J? Ixmisville less than '21 hourrs from the time the Times. crime was attempted they hid all Keen If you and your old mother, the Courcauctt, indicted and beiiteuced to im- ier JouniHl, will do as bad as you have prisonment." at the last two elections you will do conThis eiious how uneven things arc in siderable towanl Ka vim; it. this world. People rob a bank and go to jail. Bank robs the people and it's 11 right. to-d- financially and phyBically Forseeral years he had lived in Indiana, but came back without means. A number of the old 60ldiers iu town nud county had him sent to oe cared for. Georgetown 'Times. The Times nceJ not have headed the above item u ' a kind acl," but should rather have said duty done." It the n boast of the federates of Kentucky that they have not a comrade in an alms-hous- e and very few in want any where. It is our duly to assist all of our nearOxford, was found here in a bad Bakin 3 RoV Powder Vg&& ABSOMJTEE!f PURE LAND, STOCK AND CROP J. Hill bought of short yearling at $15. T. d LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET. PUM.ISHED BV GLOVEK Royal-tans- y DR. PEPPER'S rr JT v5v A DUTHKTT, LOUIS VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. CtLl. BOYLE IS GEMUS. LOCAL. Xj'"i''f J. On our fir.n page will be found a Eynopsis of a speech by Henry Watter-son- , the editor of the Courier Journal J. If. ZELLIX & CO. mitl the led leader of the DemoTake cracy of Kentucky, before the New Simmons Liver Regulator. York Board of Trade. Mr. Watterson acknowledges his gubserency lo this PROFESSION AL CARDS. board of gamblers and robbers,, and calLs them the leaders of business and thought 31ISS JIILLKKU GULDEN. of the land. He pledges that where these plunderers lead he will follow, and s TEXOURAPIIER AND takes upon himself the authority to pay TYPEWRITER. that the people will do likewise, which Kentucky. pledge we take occasion to deny the Rh iimoxd, right of Mr. Watterson to make. We adjoining A .R Rurnam,t. .shall wail to see if Mr. Watt ergon has a word to say in the next State Democratic A7I03273TS. Convention. We shall aIo see that he and hia lellow deserter, Simon Boliver IV. MILLER. Buckner, are given an invitation to leave the convention if they dare enter Mr. Attorney-at-LaWatterson may jolly the New York Richmond, Kentcckt. Board and have all the fun with them Office in the Burnara Building, next door to feb3-l- y he can, but he is no longer a leader in Farmer's National Bank. Kentucky except in the Kepublkan C. F. BDRNAM. ranks. W. S. MOBEBLET. MOBERLBY. QURNAM Twenty-eigh- t banks have failed in the Attornets-at-Lalatt fifteen dus. Suppose Mr. Bryan had been elected, he would have been RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. mobbed by this time. Cytithiana Demo Office in Barnarn Building, recently occn- - crat. 0 t rf bj A. K. Bnrnam. Most of the banks that have been closed were rotten concerns, conducted jZ"v ,A"Nr, . principles managed by on pecnlating officers and bad men generA TTO RX w, ally. However, this does not disprove - - KENTUCKY. PJiHMOXD, the Democrat'. sta!enent. The panic is till with us to a great extent, and the i c over Taylor's Hardware Ftore, op-- t. Republican party ii going to annihilate i,te Court House, on Main Street. it by putting more taxer on the people. H. B. ihk.u, The gold cure is acknowledged lo be a failure, and the effort.-- of 51 r. McKinley A TTORXEY A T LA II'. Kentucky. to get up an international conference is Ri. bting hooted at by the Republican money grabbers and money devils of the Office No. 13 First St. upstairs. Sl-3- 0 East We'll attend to the matter in 11)00. oUANT E. LILLY, John Brown was frozen to death in A TTORXEY--A T LA II', Bell county. Exchange. Kentucky. ll. umom), What a great citizen that John Brown K He was hung at Harper's Ferrv, iSlce . W. corner Mam ami Fecond sent to jail in Ohio, froze to dentil in 'ret-up htairs. Will practice in all and adjoin in;: Bell county, travels for a Cincinnati gro'li t irtt of Madi-o- n cery house, runs a barber shop in Caria'it ie and Court of Appeals. lisle nod carries on business in nearly every town in the United States. No J C fc D. M. CHEXAULT, wonder they sing "and his soul goes A TTORXEYS A T LA IJ', inarching on." Kentucky. Richmond, to-d- Hicks predicts that the worst winter weather will come iu February and March, and that very deep snows will come in March, and unseasonable prevail until after the full moon in Apiil. eath-vrwi- li THC CCW'KW SHALL KINO. The Lexington City Council favorabl) considered the Curfew law and it was referred to the police committee with power to act. The law makes it a penalty of from SI to $10 for children 15 years old and under to he on the streets without escort after 9 o'clock in the summer time and S in the winter. LOOK OUT FOIt THEM. Sj non-banki- ey-at-- 1 1 'iosi, (i'fi.-- on Second street, over grocery. Chen-a- a CSEEN CLAY, A TTORXE --- Y--A T-L- A V. R i ! in T,d, Kentucky. I." solicited. phys:: vc DR. H. R. GIBSOX, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. RicHiM. - . ice id the Mr. Watterson in a two column in last Saturday's Courier-Journsays the Democrats can uuly have jKace and victory by .standing upon the Indianapolis platform. Mr. Watterson (IK'S not seem to realize that he is no longer considered authority iu the Dem ociatie party. He may not believe this, but he will find it to be true in a year or so. He can defeat the Democrats of Kentucky but he can not lead them, and they have learned to welcome defeat rather than submit to the leadersnip of edi-toii- al al a bolter. e Controller Eckels told the Houe on Uaiikiug and Currency that the for existing financial only remedy troubles is a complete revision of the banking system. Louisville Times. That is not what this said when he was wring people to vote for McKinley. He si:d "confidence" was w hat was needed. Com-mitt- rr', orer Wm.e Jot t'fjins )tMing, 18 sW druzstore. and 10 Sec- 17- - CHAS. HOOKER, I ETERIXARY SURGEON, . Graduate Ontario Yrterirutrt; Cotitge. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. e np stairs ever ,cw 1 erk bterc, ceraer 46- and First fttreett. RichaMnd i The Jefferson conntv grand jury adjourned yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, after leiurning lb indictments against Ahleruiau policemen, contractors al others, as indicated iu the Courier-Journ. yesteiday. The most sensational Molicine and anrtery. P'irtof jbe proceeding' was the report of Office Collins Ilmklini;, Main Street. the grand jurv. In the report it is esT rpbone at reuence (the Orr j lace) on timated that lack of time alone prevenl-f- d Itroxdwaj . the findinc of other indictments. It Kentucky states: "That the city is honeycombed RmiMOND, with official corruption is the firm conviction of this jury, yet not enough eviDR. O. A. KENNEDY, dence could be procured t secure PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEOX, in many cases to which the atKentucky. tention of the jury was called. RirnuoND, a JAsrEH, ----- m. and d. This is the result of the C.-- in turn-inOffice in Smith Building. No. 304 Main Street, nr stairs Office hours 12 to ani 4 to s o'clock. the city over to the Republican of the indicted parparty. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, ties arc Republican officials that have Kentucky been in power just one year. Richmond. J. -; 1 ... - con-icii- Courier-Journa- l, Jan. 31. Nine-tenth- s Telephone at oSce and residence. V A Kind Act. J Mr. John It. Deverc, an who formerly lived r W. EVANS. M. D., rilTSICIAN AND StJECEON, L Richmond. - Kentucky. ft Lb B Newspaper "confidence inen,v to be more explicit, men who use newspapers to fleece tne ciedulous with 'schemes" that are worded sharply, have taken the "bicycle" game. Police authorities in for $1.150. Advocate. Cincincinnati, Louisville and other large The National Saddle-hors- e Breeders' cities are after the 'Von " men these Association met in Louisville and electdays but have been unable to catch ed Col. John B. Castlenian president and them. The advertisement states that Col. I. B. Xall secrefnry. In the future upon receipt of $2 cash and $3 per month no dividends will be declared, but all until $50 is paid, a fine bicycle will be funds will be devoted to the advanceshipped free of charges. "When the ment of saddle hoase interest. "con. man" gets the $2 that is generally An old Virginia tobacco raiser says the last that is heard of him. Several that he protects his tobacco from worms persons have bit on the game, and by hanging lanterns over tubs of water prospective buyers of bicycles would in his tobacco fields, thus attracting the do well to fight 'chy" of such games. moths which fly against the lanterns and fall into the water and drown. We su;i-ceJACK CHIXN WILL FIGHT FOK HIS FOX that some of our practical raisers try HOUNDS. the saheme. Paris Reportcr- At the present writing neither the At the sale of the property of Morgan great horses or the healed politics of the Hudson, eeceased, at Wednesgrand old Commonwealth is bothering day, this farm of 500 aerc-- was oflered the slatcsmau from Harrodsburg. His aud withdrawn, the highest bid being mind is centered on fox hunting and fox $20; 14 acres with the residence was then hounds'. To the Cincinnati Enquirer rented to Dennis Foley at $3.25 per acre Jack lately said: Horees.hrought $25 to $60; cattle $20 to 'I have 15 dogs in my pack," saTd the $40; sheep $3 10; corn $2.30 and wheat Colonel. "I will make a wager that if 90c Other property brought Tair prices. they were pnCupat auction right now At the sale of Grant Elkin near Log they would bring morethau any 15 work Lick January 29th: 3 yearling steers, horses in the State of Kentucky. This GOO lb3., $17 50 per head ; 1 is not a statement. I know-i- t wt. abont neighbor of mine took 11 of yoke plain oxen, $59.00; 1 dry cow, is true. A mules, $99.00; his dogs to Texas and sold all of them $22.50; paii some plug horses sold from $10.00 lo for more money than he could have got $35.00 each ; 1 lot of 6hoats, w t. 35 lbs., for work horses. 75-l"I was offered a hnndred dollars for brought $1.15 per head; 1 lot shoats brought $3.00 per hundred ; com one of my bunch. I have gathered my dogs from all parts, of the world What in crib brought from $1.45 to $1.G0 per difference is it whetber you import a barrel; stock fodder? cts. per shock. Winchester Sun. hog, a cow or a dog? Ain't it right and A good crowd attended the sale of sensible lo import the animal that will Spencer Hubble's effects yeste.day and bring you the most money? 'No neighbor would think of setting everything went high. Corn iu the crib out poisoned corn to kill a neighbor's sold at $1.25 to $1.33; pair mules $150, jacks horse or a cow, yet some neighbors are and another pair $97; 4 year-ol- d mean enough to set out .poisoned meat $129;yearling jack $57; horses $33 to $40 d for a dog. I hud a talk with a man in vearliug colts $20; bunch Kentucky the other day ou this subject. ehoata4 70; milk cows $35 to $40; yeai-lin- g calvta $20 to $30. Corn laud rented I told him tiiat if a neighbor of mine at $0.77; wheat laud at $S 2G; grass land one of my dogs we would be rd ueiuhliors no longer, and that I didn't land $5.50; timothy meadow Journal. " intend lo move, iu fact, had no intention A ftiend in Stanfo.rd sends The Lanof going awav." , caster Record the following stock items: RELIGIOUS. Lvon & Allen bought 35 1150 lb feeders fiom Pointer, of Pulaski, at $3.75 per Northern Christian Advocate, com- hundred. Same sold to Simon Wiel 57 menting on the wiuning church, says: 1200 lb feeders at $3.S2. Same sold to "The attractive church is not a worldly Gill Cow en 35 extra yearlings, 810 lbs at one- - It is not a formal religious club. $3 So. Same to James B. Gentry, a It is a spiritual church, a church thor- small lot of light yearlings at 3Jc oughly quickened by the life divine. A Myers & Allen sold to Simon Wiel 2S W. P. !fci- vlive church will draw. The multitude is feeders, 1200 lbs at $3.81 burdened, depressed, in trouble, templed, ens bought iu the East End, a small lot discouraged; a church full of love, hope, of feeders at 3 Will Moreland sold eiith'.tei'isin. energy, will attract them. to Ware, 75 shoals at 3c. Same bought There is marvelous magnetism in intense Svvinebroad, Lym, Abraham and Cor-horfor Van Meier, of Lexington, a lot spiritual earnestness- - A wise and witty Scotch preacher is credited with saying, ol ewes at $2 per head. Same liought of ' What troubles me is not so much the Hudhou, from Adair, 50 feeders at 3c g as church." Clel Coleman lought from Sam is iu motion, when it When the church Monday, 15 head of light is earnest, alive, and full of the fire of shipping cattle, that averaged 1350 the Holy Ghost, congregations will in- pounds, at S' an J 4 cents Rue, Curry crease, the Sunday school will grow, and & Co., leal estate ngenfp, have sold the sinners will be vion fo Christ, 'vothing Vaught farm of 15 acres near McA fee, to is so w inning as life." James Hawkins for $1550 per acre. These gentleman report some activity in At the sale of lohnl. Vanarsdall's liv- the real estate market Mr. John B. ery stock, Wednesday, good prices pre- Peter bought of Mr. X. B. Royalty 21 vailed. Sixteen hoisea sold at from $20 hogs, weight 2,80 lbs., at 3c per lb. to?70; wagons brongh $15 to $30; Same bought 24 hogs from Mr. Irvin to $45; harness from $5 to $12 a Pinkslon at 3c per lb, weight 3,550 lbs. set. Everything considered, it was one Same bought of George Litlrell 1160 lbs of the best saleh in a long while. at same price. Same bought of Seymour Democrat. Alford 19 hogs at 3c per lb; weight 2,380. Mr. Geo. W. LambertBoId to Mr. Dan Suthorlsnd one fatcow, weight 1,110 lbs., at $2.70 per hundred. Harrodshurg Democrat. well-know- n at ss b. 125-pounpoi-oned $0.10.--Stanfon, non-goinFor-syth- e, bug-gies,$IJar-rodsbu- rg 'By the way," observed the Cat, in the, Danville Advocate, as it gazed into the fire, "I see something to remind'me Wood3 & Lynn sold in Cincinnati a of an old friend of mine now living in of hogs at 3 to 3.45. Louisville. I have met many newspa A. W. Carpenter sold to George Cam- per men, but he is one the greatest den a lot of butcher cattle at 2J toto2Jc geniue3 lever encountered iu James Hudson bought of Thompson the profession; and I may say in passing Bros., of Garrard , 24 young heifers and that he cot his first notions of journalsteers at 3 Ho 3.35. ism in Danville. He began monkeying bought of John with telegraphy and phonography when W. Robinson Holmes some butcher stuff at 3c and of quite a youngster, and after he got older aud turned his attention to the news Ike Phillips a lot at 2?c. S. J. and J. T. Etnbry jnly sold thrpe field, he took up other accomplishments, hogsheads of their tobacco in Louisville. until now he can make a hand m any The market was off and they got only 00 department of a printing office from washing rollers to footing up a general and 0j. statement. He is a fair job printer, exCharley Dawes bought of J. II. Boone pert Iynotypc operator, a good stenoga small hunch ot heifers at 3c. rapher, lightning typewriter, a promising Samuel Dudderar hns refused $1 per chalk artist, smooth telegrapher, clever bushel for his wheat, w hich he is hold- paragraphcr, accurate proof reader, dising for for$1.2o. criminating inanageiug editor, qualified T. S. Hill sold toDick Gentry, of Boyle, business manager and a good man for a maie mule for $S7 50 and 2u any sort of an assignment from the city 125 lb shoats to same party at 3c. editor. II ehaseven been guiltyof writing Miss McGregor, 2 13, Sappho, 2:153, comic verse, but reformed the first of and Creseut, 2:24; the three daughters January. All this in a business way. of Robert McGregor, owned by W. E. On the outside he's an eipeit rifle shot, and fisherman, baseball fiend, Spier, of Glen Falls, X. Y , are all in wing-shfoot ball enthusiast and turf authority foal to Del Mar, 2:165, bv electioneer. He takes to these things as naturally as a At the Tom Adams sale in Garrard duck takes to water, and he meets Weyesterday, 200 barrels of corn sold at troubles and its sports with a whis$1.40; hay at 5Sc and mules at $40 to $79. lts tle and a song. That is where I envy The farm of 318 acres was rented to Jim him the most," remarked the Cat. "PerMiddleton, the horse trader, 10 car-loa- Stanford Jonrnal.J Hud martin Hair? CJiovannoti In Danville Advocate. Sales on onr market for the week-jus-t closed amount to 4000 hhds. with receipts for the same period 44S6 hhds. Sales on our market since January ,1st, amount to 21,$S0 hhds. Sales of the crop of 1S9G on our market to this date amount to 23,219 hhds. We have had a week of activity on our market, not only as regards the volume of business, but also as to the "lone" and "pulse" of the market, prices showing an advance through all grades, especially for I ho good to fine grades of leaf. Sales of new builey were made during the week at the follow ing prices: $19 50, 18.00, 18.25, 17 00, 16.75, 10.00, 15.75, 15.50, 15.00. Several crops sold at averages above $10.00 for all grades. The V3rJR f7 a L 3 F T NEwmseovnaY. preyed, eicclTe, ecacty or plolut men mb cm by orer 80,900 ia&e. ltiTlKOTates tbva ortracs. lie- W ware oTCaacrreiu balteticsn. L Xtrn- -. tz sns 'J Peper. la pr box, imill box realed pUli I) pills F.G . never fails. Pr.M s MAKE Corsets, We Send it FREE! ' TO American Beauties S&FC XO'S C0RREC Sold by Kichu.ond Drug Co. aud W G. White. "r dnijrl"loriuM-- i ITI'lKCi!!'.)!. Oil. ASSOCIATION, Chlnun.iU- - MiimiH for parti TUar. Send c la l.r WEAK MEK9 Young and Old. Rejoice with ns SHAPES. ARTISTIC in the Discovery. When a man lias suffered for years with a weakness that blights his life and robs him of all that really make life worth living, if he avail himself of a complete enre, why not possess the moral courage to stop his 1oh nward eonrse. We will send yon by mail, ABSOLUTELY FKKK, in plain package, the All Powerful DU. HOFFMAN'S VITAL KKS T0KAT1VE TAliLBTS. with a lepd guarantee to permanently cure LOST IAX-IIOII- D, SKLF-ABliSK, Kentucky Midland R'y Only direct line between CINCINNATI & FRANKFORT. Shortest and quickest between RchmondjFrankfortjGeorgstown&Paris Ak for Tickets via. Ky. Midland Schedule of EFFECTS. Trains. 10, 1806. A. M.iP. In effect November TRAINS EAST. No. A 6 55 1 A!! SF.XUAL WKAK-.KS- JUP. 00 07 13 21 32 38 43 53 55 1 1 1 1 M r lG-ha- good grades of hurley show better when prized in supple condition, but it is im portant that the common grades, es pccially colory kinds, should be iu dry winter order. The following quotations fairly represent our market for hurley tobacco, 1895 crop: Trash (dark ordamaged)$ 1 00 to 1 50 Common colory trash 2 00 to 4 CO Medium to good col trash 4 00 to G 00 Common lugs not colory 2 50 to 3 50 Common colory lugs 4 50 to 7 00 Medium to good col lugs 7 00 to 9 00 Common to medium leaf G 00 to 9 00 Medium to good leaf 9 00 to 14 00 Good to fine leaf 14 00 to 16 00 1G 00 to 2G 00 Select wrappery leaf The above quotations are not applica hie to green and frosted crops: ItED-T- No.3.'No.7. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 00 10 20 31 43 58 06 15 Lengths. OolEacaBox. NIGHT Ar Georgetown ) Ar C. S. Depot Lv C. S. Depot ) Lv Newtown Lt Ccntcrrille Lt Elizabeth Ar Paris Ar Paris Junction Lt Summit..-Lt Elkhom Lt Switier Lt Stamping Ground I.v Duvail Lt Johnson . Lv irankfort. 702 708 7 7 7 7 8 7 16 727 733 33 50 55 OS 1 1 NEWEST MODELS. FAHCY yjisfkA drains. Returns to former appearances emaciated organs No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe ileception. If we could not cure, we would not end our medicine FREE to try, and pay when satisfied. Write as this may not appear again. Address to-da- y, VARICOCELE, SHIPS forever EMISSIONS and all unnatural B 2 2 8 IS C 8 20 8 30 156 5 0G 5 14 3 20 4 05 4 10 4 25 220 300 Western Medicine Company, 15C0EPOE1IED. 24-- 23 Kalamazoo, Mien. 5 13 5 28 5 35 A. M. P. M. P. M. A.M- - ot he lepre-sent TRAINS WEST. No. 2. No. 4. . C 9 55 3 50 Lt Paris Lv Elizabeth 10 05 6 00 10 09 6 01 Lt Centerville 10 17 6 12 Lt Newtown 10 27 6 22 Ar C. S. Depot ) Depot . B 10 36 6 30 LtC.S. 6 34 10 40 Lv Georgetown ) 10 45 6 40 Lt Johnson... 10 51 6 46 Lt DuTall . Lt Stamping Ground 10 53 6 53 11 OS 7 04 Lt Switzer 11 16 7 11 Lt Elkhorn 11 22 7 17 Lt Summit.. A 11 30 7 25 Ar Frankfort SUNDAY TRAINS. WEST. No JO No. 8. 4 m FREE EDUCATION. An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other collece or institution of learning in the United States, or in the New England Conservatory of JIusic, can be secured by any young man or woman who is in earnest. Write for particulars .' quickly. JA.MKSD. BALL, fy SGBromfield St., Boston, Masa. 4 5 5 5 35 50 14 30 45 PLAIN, 745 755 FEATHER80NE 8 8 8 8 05 20 40 55 9 05 9 15 CORSET Cb SOLE MANUFACTUnCRS, SOT D 2Y ti V) W. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY. febllWm UE0. W. RILEY Of Shelbyville, following quotations fairly our market for hurley tobacco crop: Trash (green or mixed Trash (sound) Common luus Medium lugs Good lugs Common leaf (short) Common leaf Medium leaf Good leaf Fine and selections -C- OLORY-The 1S9G Leive Georgetown C. S.depot Leive Georgetown K. M. depot. Arrive Frankfort EAST. .10 36 10 40 11 30 haps yon know him. Ilisnameis Boyle Gill Boyle, of the Louisville Post. $ 1.00 to 1.50 to 2 60 to 4.50 to sizes. A ppan is 9 inches. A hand is 4 inches. A size in collars is 1 inch. The nail is 2J inches long A nautical knot is G.100 feet. A size iujeuffs is half an inch. A quarter of cloth is 9 inches. The royal 32 mo. is 5x3 inches. A roval quarto is 121x10. 1.50 LeiTi Frankfort . 4 00 4 50 2.50 Leave Georgetown K. 51. depot 4 55 Georgetown C. S. depot 4.50 C. D. BEQCAW, Gen. Pass. Agt., 6 00 J.in27-l- y Frankfort. Ky. G.OO to 7.00 G 00 to 7.00 7.00 to 9:00 9.00 to 11 00 11.00 to 1300 15.00 to 19.50 Ar-iT- C Get following quotations fairly represent our market for hurley tobacco 1S9G crop: Trash (green or mixed) $ 2 75 to 3.25 Trash (sound) 3.25 to 4 25 One hnndred quarts make a cask. Common lugs 4.25 to 5.00 Medium lugs 5.00 to 6.00 The royal 24 mo. page is 51x31. . G.OO to 7.00 A square 1G mo. page is 4jx31. Good lugs Common leaf (short) 6 00 to 7.00 The hedgehog is 10 inches in length. A royal octavo vojuine is lOixGi. Common leaf 7.00 to 9.00 9.00 to 11.00 The ordinary pin is about 1 inch long. Medium leaf 11.00 to 13 00 A pace is considered to be about 2 feet. Good leaf Fine and selections 15.50 to 19.50 The medium octavo is 9jxG inches. The4S mo. paged volume is 3Jx2. J Q. and J. Miller Ward, assignees of A size in finger ringi is of an'inch. J. H. Hawkins, of Centerville, sold 1SJ A bushel is equal to 2,150,42 cubic acres of Bonrhujijoimty. land to Mrs. inches. One bundled spoonfuls make one Lizzie Iv Hawkins, for $51.00 per acre Also 247 acres belonging to same estate quart. to Geo. T. Graves at $30.30 per acre. The moccasin is from IS inches to 3 feet. G. L. Carter, who sent 100 mules down A demo folio volnme is 18x11 inches. South two months ao, tell us that up to! Desks are from 20 to 30 inches in date onlv d have been sold. Thev height. are 14 to 1(5 hands and brought $10 to The ordinary human nose is 2 inches SCO. long. The common red fox is from 1 to 2 SOLD MAUD S. feet long. A size in stockings is of Reminiscences of Cap I. Phil Kidd as an an inch. Auctioneer ol Kcrses. Knitting needles are usually 9 inches in length. I see that my dead friend, Capt Phil The average eai is from 2 to 2$ inches C. Kidd, whose sudden death we all 111 length. mourn as a public calamity, was highly The viper grows from 2 to 3J leet in thought of by comparative Btrangers in length. other cfties, says D. T. Baxter in the The average cigar is from 4 to 5 inches Lexinirton Herald, of Januirv 20th. Ac in length. an illustration oi tne reminiscences ins The American mole is about G inches death brings forth, I reprint the followf in length. ing from the Chicago Record, which was Jud-rV. E. Varnon, of Stanford, was written by its able turf editor: "Capt. Phil C. Kidd, who dropped in Cincinnati recently and in answer to an Euquirer reporter's question, "What dead at Laxingtou last Friday, nzed 58, are you guing to do about redeeming was amonn the most prominent of Ken your Democratic dtetiict from Republi- tucky horsemen, chiefly as a buyer, can rule?" he replied a follows '"It seller and general dealer in bo:h harnesb He was long is horses and thoroughbreds. looks like Hon. James U. JlcCre-tronlv man who can bnn;itinto connected with Col. it. E. Edmonson, about the line ajiin. He was a gold Democrat, former manager of Tattersalls in thi but acquiesced in the voice of the Na- city. This firm conducted many importional Convention, and made speechet tant sales, in days gone by. both here conservative and in Kentneky. Capt Kidd wasallu-en- t for the ticket. He and able auctioneer, and wielded politics, business man. and very safe in and all things. He never failed to carry the the gavel on two occasions of peculiar years ago district, and represented us for twelve historic interest Twe.ity-t- o in Jnne, 1873, he acted as anctioneeer years." at the annual sale of trotting yearling- - at Woodbnrn Farm, Woolford county, Chip. Loans In roker. upon which occasion he Kentucky, A Xew York city justice lias decided knocked down d chestnut yearling filly, that a loan of chips in a draw poker by Harold, dam Miss Itussell, to Capt. game ia equivalent to a loan of money, James Baugher. of Cincinnati, O , foi and must be paid like a money debt. ?250. This filly afterward became the renowned mire Maud S , 2:08J, qu2en of ORE BODY THIRTY FEET WIDE. the turf for eleven years. Fourteen DlscoTery In California Dpsets Old Mining years later in November, 1SS0 he conTheory. ducted a pale in Chicago, at which he The mining1 world has been set by the knocked down a bay yearling filly, by ears by the developments in. the Ken- Patronage, dam Atlanta, to Morris J nedy mine In Grass Valley In California within the last few dayj. At a perpen Jones, of David City, Nebraska, for $775. dicular depth of over 2,100 feet a body This filly was Alix, -- 03, today the of rich ore, fully 30 feet in width, has champion trotter." been discovered. In magnitude the ore body will compare favorably with any 40-odthree-quarters e Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from the manufacturer. the Profits y JS Time Table No. 27, Taking Effect SunWright's Celerv Capsules. day, November S, 1S96. Shelbyville, Kv., .Slay 26, '96. To 1ST CLASS. Wright Medical Co., Col., O : 2ND CLASS. Gents I have purchased a" box of EAST BOUND. No. i. No. 3. No. 9. I No. 1 Ex SunlEx Son Ex SanlExSun Wight's Celery Capsules from G. L. Middelton, druggist, and used them for r. M. A. K. A. M. 6 40 Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- Venailltt ,,. S55 io25 Nicholas rillc SO I 7 35 ii 05 pation and found that they cave me im- Valley n,, 10 35 ii M 7 5 mediate relief every time. 1 think it an so " 45 S ia r. m. excellent remedy. 3 30 O5 Richmond. u aO 1330 pm! Yours very truly, Umob... IJ la 30 x Moberly o la Ji 9 Geo. W. Rilev. BrauSiM la 37 i50 . 1 View-MillioXX Ky., Recommends I N. I, & 0. B, I trTine. Panola a 13 3 No. a. No. 4. K0.8. N0.10 WEST BOUND Ex Sun Ex Son Ex Snn Ex Sn Irene A. h r. 1 M. r. 4 4 M. Panola i 3o a 35 CO 3 40 A. M. Brasifield. .. 6 6 6 6 7 05 30 34 Moberly Union. Richmond Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles 2 H 3 iT a 35 2 3o 3 45 4 10 4 55 a3 40 5 10 3 15 5 40 "", ,. jS 55 5 co 5 30 5 57 6 j3 8 35 No better wheel made than the a.m. r. x. T.u. A.M. Acme Bicycle Built in our own factory by skilled workmen, using the best material and the most improved machinery. We have no agents Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. George Thorpe, Trains between Louis rille and VersaiHes daily. Trains between Cincinnati and NicholasT.t-- Street, between Main and daily. Water, rear of Dillingham building, f All trains connect with Southern Railway to Richmond, Ky. Ready to do all kinds and from LouisviHe, and with the C. N. O. & T. of blai:ksnnthing promptly in the best P. to and from Cincinnati. You can spend ue hours in LouisriHe, abest six workmanlike manner. 7 hours in Cincinnati or 12 hours in Lexmtaa and 8-- return to Richmond at 3:30 p. m. HOW TO FIND OUT. f Ul ""t1 tUliy WIICI Elkhart, lad. Acme Cycle Co., J.in27-6m WRITE FOR Jolm R. McLean's Great Newspaper. Without a single exception, there is beyond doubt no greater or more Fill a bottle or common water glass with nriue and let stand twenty-fou- r hours, a sediment or settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney (trouble. Too fre qnent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order. L. & jN. E. E, k. a. Is Effect March lv. 11. a DIVISION. 1, 1SPG. Express for Cincinnati, 6.25 ji. 2.05 1.10 11.43 "7J2AT TO DO- - isa DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond OSceand residence ou Tliird Street. DE17TAL The Styte, Fit and Wear coulJ rot be improved for Double the Price. ... 1:00 to 4 V. L, Douglas SIT2S32T. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, Richmond, Office i00n.9-.oo DENTAL SURGEON, Kentucky to 11 aBtil Merchants, Hankers, $150, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes are tne productions of skilled workmen, from tiie best ma terial possible to put into snocs soio ai incse prices. We make also $250 and S25 shoes for men, and $2-5-0, and SJ.75 for boys, and tbe W. L. Dcugs $350 Police shoe, very suitable for policemen and ctners much, walking to do. $00 letter-carrier- s, nig Smith building. "SPractice limited to U.; Main l.-M- . Street OSct WlipBSS, Wmm.,'. dentiitrr. Iwyers, J. C Mom. MORGAN & YATES, 3. DENTISTS, Richmond, Sauk. ... Fbysieians and all economical men wear W. U Dons!" Shoes beeaose they lyS. Tl We are constantly adding new styles to onr already large variety, and there is no reason 'why yon cannot be suited, so insist on from your bavins W. L. Douglas dealer. We nse only the best Calf, Russia Cair (all colors), French Patent Calf, French Enamel, Viql Kid, etc.. gradeil to corresponu wiin pnce3 Kentucky are tbe besu For sale b- - of the Bhoe3. If dealer carnot supply yon, writo W.L DOUGLAS, OrncB if aln Street, orerHsdiscn National FVeeman Brothers, Richmond, Ky fi&lC-Sm Catalogue .Free. Brwitofl, Mass. heretofore believed infallible tradition of tho search for gold on the Pacific coast. It is an old theory, which age has almost crystallized into a formula, that gold ore disappears after a certain depth has been attained. The deOUR PROGRESS. velopments in the Kennedy not only e belief, but In the last 14 days the Climax topple over this has increased its circulation by the may lead to a revolution in mining in California, for the deeper progress is bona-fld- e subaddition of fifty-eigtbe scribers, and these among the best made inbody. Kennedy the wider grows the ore people of the county. This number HANGED BY HER HAIR. does not include exchanges and foreign advertisers. And no special Suicide of a. Patient In an Ohio Insane Hospital. eilort has been made to push Ihe Superintendent H. A. Tobey, of the circulation. his Ohio In the last sixty days the Climax reportstate insane hospital, tells inof a flledwith Gov. Bushnell has increased its circulation by the remarkable euicide in that institue addition of 174 subscribers. tion. In tnis connection it is fair to state A middle-age- d female patient hanged that wo have lost 20 subscribers. herself with a braid of her own hair Having purchased $200 worth of and did it without cutting the braid bran new type our office Is the best from her head. She had quite long equipped in the city to meet the de hair, and, taking onebroid, she w rapped and fastened the mands, of our increasing business, it around d chair end to tbe post of a while our circulatlou, which is the in which she was fitting. largestjn Madison, attracts to our Thee she let her body slip dowa ia columns the bulk of advertisers who the chair, tightening the loop and wish to.reach tbe largest pumber .of strangling- herself to death very eJ?ctu old-timht Ho-re- yet found, and the great depth at which and it lies explodes a long-cherish- 0 ? $ frC, Hungry Muscle.: bivetobe fed. Give them rich, pure blood and they glow with health; give than poor ,1 popular newspaper in the United Sates than the Cincinnati Enquirer; or a more successful publisher than it proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean. e prices for the Daily The Enquirer have been maintained, and its circulation largely increased each year; hard times and cheaper journals failing to arrest its onward march and high appreciation of the public fcr its true worth and merit The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at 50 cents a year, and its circulation increased by the addition of over 200,000 new subscribers; the most substantial and coveted testimonial a publisher could desire. When asked for the secret of such success, Mr. McLean frankly answers : ITie Enquirer has no opinions to forte upon its patrons, it simply prints the facts and tells the truth that the reader may form his own opinions. By maintaining the price of the paper, more news and greater variety can be f jrnished, and every class of business interests catered to, which a cheapei journal cannot afford. The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large, makes i: incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and enterprise in minor matters as well as those of greater magnitude. old-tim- There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieing pain in -- the back, kidneys, liver, bladder aud every part of the urinary pasasres. It corrects inability to hold urine and bcalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, aud overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swanip-Itois soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If yon need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and one dollar. For a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention the Climax, and send your full e address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton, X. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness y of this offer. ot post-officjan-201- a. m. 3 19 p 11. 1.25 Paris, Maysville, AVin- Chester and Lexington mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mays-ville, AVinch ester and Lexington mail. Livingston, London, Jel- lico, Pineville. Fast line for Livingston, Londou,Jellico.KnoxvilIe Fast line for Cincinnati, Paris. Winchester. Rowland, Lancaster and p. arv r. 11. 7.33 1.05 12 55 a. m. 319 m p. M- 11.43 a. tanfora. 10:10 WEAK MEM MADE V160R0US. 1 KP F lCaf. i-- f 1 isT?"! p ISDRT-Z7-D- 1 It sets powerfully and qnlcklr. Cam xbca a'l ethers filL Voting men reirsln Inst manbord. c.il men reoorer youthful Tiior. .Absolutely Ganr-nnteto Curo.rrnuafiif JLoat Vitality. InpotencT, XlrhtiyXmlMlon. T.ot Z'oive. sex. either and oilFalling ofMemory. W&t!nx UK eases, tfettt telf abut or ezerrjrj ml imiicrrTftw Wenls off Inualty ami consamptir Don't let droirxtst Itapofeawonhless substitute en tou borao" ItVleld; arreater profit. Inststocrji K. ln l"EIlFEtt'S NESVIGOB. or send fcr Can be carried In Test pocket. Prepaid plain wrai per box. or O tor .". with .V per. rltta Onsraate to Care. orTXerand t: M.nri. Pamphlet Tree. Sold by rtnurzlata. Artdr111.s PEFrKIt MlVniCAL JLSVX, CMcxzo, ed WW PEFFER'S HERU.SSR Did! Pil Sold by Richmond Drug Co. and W. G. White. .f 1 :n. 1 Wallace.... fccS" Kgj3 Have ren.oved to the S Rice . II jCv Ifim UU1U V JL vg? Vv ) jY k nJ ' they will welcome all of their Old Customers and as many new K& tl ones as will take advan- ii3 tnre of the reduced ?rV price they are making all SzZ& through esN their TO Uno ' co;vSS77VG OF 5k. H i.injtC Farley NllLi i SgyV I I t; tpsj. House, . m mcrm I . I W K- - LllCIa UAU DtUlitl vS TSj Si 8' S' 1f W 12 S1 iSf $ S &$ A fj$ v l blood ana tney ao not recuperate cxciuisc 1 dees not refresh you- - It you are worn out, nervous or feeble, there is one thing that vrill aid you pure, rich blood. There is but one way to 11 f train m J? A rs. wM k t Boots oI HiM W v QUART 5jl ill k 1 Shirts, Neckwear, Cuffs, bJ Underwear, Collars, Umbrellas, p 211 description, ; nau, buys, f K S Mfl H WB -- imp, aw, W 1KJ Rubbers of allldnds. y&H S5& W -- bon-fid- BtiTTLES. M V Sij m - an see them at their new place, one door above their old stand at tho Farley House. " wj ' 4 Kk For thirty years it has stood a;: the head; THF remedy for poor bleed. Quart bottles, S1.00 a bottle. Begin this day to give your mus--eles good foocL X JL m KSKb ? her-ne- ck high-backe- WllilAnS, DAVIS, BSOOiCS & CO.. DttroH. THek. Try Mverettet tits Fanes jlittto Urer PHta. age. - lmM BoVdiD,2,,r,jB. ar mm -- AA M r m F 7,iir "Si -- -- wJZ W Don't Miss The Place. ja. r5 - 1 && aHtfl -- . a " Varlr'a Old Stand.. Main Street. Eichawmd.. I-. - m-r--- T9JXW WV W-- JW U 1. .. , - mm 'vHi ,&m 'W IS IH Ih readers. -- it v e - - -- ? r H j mv - Ij J, OJr" 0 1L i - - r i t r-r- I ' .! The trenchant style of Green R. Keller makes his paper a welcome r ri'gw.'.'jTfii, visitor to ev6ry tablo in Kentucky. PUBLISHED XVEBY WKDNESDAY ET His blameless character, lofty mtep;-ritknowledge of men, experience Ths Climax Printing Co. in public affairs, his courage, and his high standing' in the community, J. C CtlESAULT. ) Proprietors and Editors. give the Mercury a power possessed A. D. MILLER. oy few papers in the State. But it is C E. WODS, Associate Editor. right. Mr.Keller is a public spirited I'lllCE PER YEAR, $1.50. citizen, an unfettered thinker and actor, actuated by pure motives, and $1.25 IN ADVANCE, withal a Democrat in whom there is no guile. "As the most popular citi WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1897. zen in his section ho can get anything ho wnnts" said Capt. J. Speed, Asvsasisiira bates. who succeeded him as clerk of the Kentucky House. 52 HO H O aa d n o He lately skinned Henry Waterson in a paragraph republished in the S S I ? SPACE. first column on our first page r .? ? i and Old Henri fired a column broadI I f : side at the Blue Lick patriot but in : : i vain. Bead his words of wisdom, tl3 l Inch. $100150X215450700 x Inchet. 1 50 7 00 11 00 17 JO entitled "Keller's 3 50 75 Kentucky Kerxo 00 15 00 13 15 3 Inches, i 50 3 50 5 00 aS 75 nels." 600 iw i) 4 Inchei- - 300 400 -. -- . i j lM" ' '"" '" . m THE CLIMAX, t iu. j j y, m to-da- y, II u OO 1 day lo Laredo, Texas, whore he Is superintendent of one of the plantations of Mr. W. W. Watts, of this city. Mr. J. Speed Smith, of Richmond, who was in this city Mondny in Masonic interests, was entertained by Dr. and Mrs. Brooks. Cynthiana Democrat. Mrs. Jason Walker and Miss Cole, of Richmond, wero present at the Woman's Club music department, having come down to hear Xordica. Lexington Argonaut. Mr. and Mrs. Lan Wrilson gave a dance on Wednesday night last iu honor of their guests. Miss Lona Henderson, of Ohio, and Miss Emma Rice, of Estill county. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hume, Mrs. L. R. Blanton, Mrs. J. T. Shackelford, Misses Lucia and Sallie Burnam attended the German Opera in Cincinnati this CORRESPONDENCE. BEREA. Prof. L. V. Dodge is recovering horn a posiProve tho merit ot Hood's Sarsaparllla severe attack of lagrippe. tive, perfect, permanent Cures. Mr. Green Clay, of RJchmonf', spent Cures of scrofula in serercst forms, like goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip several days in Berea with his bixther, disease, sores in the eyes. Proi. Clay Herrick. itching Cures of Salt Rheum, with Its lntenso etc. and burning, scald head, tetter, Mr. J. B Oldham, of Xenia, Ohio, is visiting in Berea, on his way to the Chat- Cures of Boils, Pimples, and all otlier erupThe undersigned has three separate small tions due to impure blood. farms which he offers at private sale sjparately tanooga Theological Seminary. troubles where or together. All three are situated at Curos of Dyspepsia and other needed. a good stomach tonic was Miss Helen C. Putnam, of Berea ColCu res of Rheumatism, w here patients were unPlains,-Ill- ., lege, is visiting in Pleasant able to work or walk for w eeks. the guest of Miss Essie Coylc, a former of Catarrh by expelling the Impurities Cures two - farm: JFORf! -- jjggjjggjM .SS(ltK:IlRrnwpr. Snntf a? ... .i hi t iii - " " , - ef L M I8a1??P uA It is a S2S-i mlllWi MlS, a fr5ZM w. Ftr7pp M PIUF EPJB. LDd STATIOl iW H lv &Zt U.OK! CA8FETS, PJilMTOEE, WUPA.W, t W Kk ' il -- -- student. The reception Cures WHITE'S - held at the homo of Prof. L V. Dodge last Friday evening n honor of Prof. Geo. E. Little, of Washington, 1). G, was a most enjoyable Miss Katie E. Ptituam's shadow pantomime entertainment for her school classes, which occurred Friday evening in the east parlor of Ladies' Hall, was an overwhelming success. The songs rendered by little Misses Louise Yocuui and Ruth Putnam "brought down tiie house." The well known evangelist, Rev. E. P. Hammond, of II artford, Cbnn., began a series of revivals at tho College Clinpel on Wednesday, the 10th of February Mr. Hammond is well and widely known as the author of a uuuiber of helpful books. The privilege of listcuiug to this gifted evangelist, is one that is seldom accorded to any but the larger towns anil cities. Prof. G. C. Litile, oi Washington, I). C, has been ddightinu Beiea audiences since the second of February by his marvelous skill. His visit has proved of great educational value. His lectures, or chalk talks" were of such a nature that not alone were the matured delighted, but children came flocking to hear him. and all were benefitted. His fame as a chalk-artiis great, but he is known to even a larger circle by. his educatioiiHl woik along various lines. John G. Woolley, the famous Prohibi tion lectuier, delivered a brilliant ad dress at the College Chapel last Saturday evening, February Gth, delighting a crowded and highly appieciative house. ills easy, wittv, sparkling, conversa tional style captivated and held the st Curos Cures which cause and sustain the disease. of Nervousness by properly toning and feeding the nerves upon pure blood. of That Tired Feeling by restoring strength. Send for book of cures by on the waters ot Silver Creek. They contain respectively 83 and 165 acres, and are well watered and well improved farms. There is no better land in Madison county, rcojt of it being i The Einest aosasBJ? m r .j3arsF2st Kigs. ZS ii J n Miftria urn -- rs am H if uut IJKICE a O ,1 b ?s? m Tg 7 sN 5 lio Col 1 J'"ol Col Inches. 35c 400 6 00 9 00 13 00 001 17 75 Sool o ool 15 ool 22 50 500 600 7 50 900 1800 15 j 00 23 00 34 Jo 40 00 7 o 00 5 40 00 50 o 34 4 80 00 xoo 00 6000 VReadinc notices jo cents a line for first In- sertion, 5 cents a line iorcn jooiuomi Obituaries. reflations of repeet and similar mat ter at half rates. No specified position. ii"" CANDIDATES ANNOUNCEMENT. CIRCUIT JUDGK. T. J. Scott is n. candidate for re- nloptioii to thp office of Circuit Judpe in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject to the action of the Demo- cratic paaty. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. to the office of date for Commonwealth's Attorney in this (the 25th) Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COUFT. Ben. A. Crutchek directs the of himself as a candi date for Judpe of the Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. P. H. Sullivan. FOR JAILER. I hereby announce myself a candi Madison James C. Lackey is a" candidate for Jailer of Madison county, Mibject to ttie action of the Democratic party. of Madison A. T. action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce for Jailer of Jesse Cobii a candidate to the action Vndison county. Mibject of t je Democratic party. FOR action of the Democratic party. AVe are authorized to announce P. B. Broaddus as candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the Jailer Fish is a candidate forto the county, subject SUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. didate for Superintendent Public Take the revenues of the State. They struction for Madison county, sub- have been going fiom bid to worse, ami ject to the action of the Democratic they need the oversight of advanced and party. FOR Mrs. John Williamson is a canIn- week. Mr. and Mrs. George C6rzelius, A correspondent of the Climax who nee Miss Georgia Moberley, were is .iot an office seeker but is deeply in welcomed back yesterday from their terested in the success of that party bridal tour through the South. They wiiicli has demonstrated its ability to have elegant apartments at the best administer the affairs of the govern Glyndon. ment, county, State and National, writes Dr. J. M. Foster entertained the very earnestly to us to point out the evil Century Club hist Thursday night at is bound to result in. 4"iu opinion," his Main street home. The intellechumble uiy results which continued party srtsfe tual feast was of a high order, but the says he, there is a decided disposition supper which Mrs. Foster spread beon the part of tiie Republicans iu this fore the guests was even beyond it. Mr. Kuper Hood, agent of tho L. district to aggravate the strife and disaffection in Democratic ranks that they fz N., in this city, and Miss Julia may succeed in electing Republican Hubbard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. officers." Continuing, our correspond- L. T Hubbard, are to marry in Trinent well counsels "harinony, to long us ity church, Covington, this evening. it can be achieved without surrendering Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Chenault, a single iota of political conviction, in Jr., of this city, will be'presentat tho order that we may be able to thwart the marriage. obvious designs of the common foe." Friends here, among them Mrs. If the mere spoils of office were the Elizabeth Miller and Mrs. Stanton only iucentive to harmony, little weight B. Hume, received invitations to the would this have with that largemajority marriage of Mrs. Minnie Heth Vaill 01 voters, who neittier seek otilce nor to Mr. Charles Latham Lawton, at care w ho get it so long as it is executed Omaha, on February 9th. The bride by capable, honest men. But has visited hero and is pleasantly tection from incapable officials demands remembered. that our affairs should not be turned over The following, among tho many to a parly which has made such a signal local attendants upon Kordica's confailure in Slate affairs. cert in Lexington, Saturday, spent Take for instance, says the Louisville tho day with friends: Misses Lila Post, the condition of the asylum at and Kit I'hen.tult, Katie and Mattio liopkinsville, and the worse condition Smith, at Mrs. Preston Easton's; of tiie asylum at Lexington. Miss Annie Bennett, with Miss Grace These institutions a year ago, were Pearson; Miss Sarah Shackelford, turned over to the Republicans. Gov with Miss Katie Clay. ernor Bradlev believes that to the victor A dozen or so ladies were never belong the spoils, and lie turned these more charmingly entertained than on institutions over to the spoils hunters. Thursday last when Mrs. D. B. Shack"Take the condition of the penitenelford entertained congenial set. tiaries, and the recent contract made for Course after course of dainties were the chairs produced. Already the Sinkheaped upon them, from the specking Fund Commissioners are being sued led guinea to the wild-eye- d sea fish, for not awarding the contract to the with ices, hot and cold drinks, and highest bidder. self-pr- o To C. I. Hood A Co.. Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. " r are tho best pills, aid digestion. 25c. HOOd S aftcr-dlune- oOOuS arsapaniia PllIS -- RICH BOTTOM LAND.-- - fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railrosds, mills, etc., all within a mile of White's Station Tost Office, ten miles from Richmond. TERMS Sale wiU be made d cash, balance to suit purchaser. For p.irtlculars, address cn3-thir- The Safest Drivers, The Promptest .Attention. M Are You If so, Commencing MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15th. Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f The Cheapest Prices, The Favorite Stable. Telephone Yenr "Cousin interested? it will pav you to see thespler.ili.i values meiuaeu m tms S.i - M t m White's Station. Ky. ceived about 10,000 on the recent ris m the river. Dr. and Mrs. Xorthcutt entertaine 1 a few friends last Tuesday night in honor of Misses Mattie Holman, of Xewby, and Others May Alliwny, of Xicholasville. who giaced tho occaci in by their angelic presence were Misses MaUie Taylor, Mollie and Mattie Howe, of Valley View, and Fannie Holman, of Lexing- can think An 6ome BlmDla this,; to parent? Protect your mi!Mi..,(.i,.Tl. h.n. irai laaahli Idea.: thV m.7 "?-- " WJ.. Aitor-leynw(ii,miunj WahlnRtrfn. D. a. for their $13J) prlte oaer ana list or two hundred lnveailon vramed. Wanted-- Idea ...: v.. ".'r" gw. ri-ie- P. Xo.IS. B. EROADUS, Smyrna Rugs Mat to Carpet Sizes, Irom 89c to .v' Japanese Rugs Mat to Carpet Sizes, from... 8Ce to I.", Made F.ugs from Mat to Carpet Sizes, from.R)e to .,.", s, Ilun'ey's Old land. l'inei ille Dramatic Club is a tredi tabic organization. Jockey Allen is worrjing IJardzHown ami Springiield people. ton. $3-7.- 5 FOR'$2.00. Damask Curtains, 3 Yards, Reduced from to $3 aer pair. Tinseled Crapes, reduced from 20e to 12c. Crepe, China and Japanese Silk Reduced 75c and $1 to 50c. 4. " f.i- - ;. W. D. Sanders is a candidate for jailer, subject to the wishes of the bosses of the Madisoii county G. 0. P. He's a mighty good man but a worse Republican. We wish him success in his fight, and extend & him sympathy iu the final conflict, where he will find a ' Cobb" loaded with Every reader should know and understand this extraordinary offer. means money in their pockets. "ColoneU" that will cause him to exclaim after the smoke of battle has cleared away "where am I at 7" ! On and after March 4th, the following will pass current here at least some hereabout said there was enough money and all that was needed was confidence House-wif- e to be restored by the election of McKin-le- y and business would revive at once: clo&est attention, and frequent and On demand Republican Protective Tar hearty hursts of applause testified to the iff promise to pay Suffering Humanity keen appreciation of the audience. It the full amount of Prosperity for prom was a rar occasion, and Berea is to be ises made in the year 1S9G. congratulated. Mr. Woolley left on the Istbixmc Value, We have arramred with the midnight tiain for another appointment. seedsmen. JAMES VIRIT'S snvs niuhoct.. McKinley Confidence, Surety. N. Y., to furnish their celebrated seeds and Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine one year! Jay Ell Ess. winch will be given to each new yearly subscriber of the "Weekly Cijmai, upon receipt of only WE IIMVITE IIVPlSOTIOrM M r a UBJ1 i I lyUlTIIBJiTl It vi il JUil 3rawer. gi &sJJ 32-3- 1 rv" Marked In Plain Figures. t 3 "i The Farmer is Interested The Gardner is Interested! The is Interested! The Flower Grower is Interested! world-renown- Scoff ( i (p?-- ILUbl Ky. r,-- 7PP Cosncr Main and Broadway, Lexington, r r- i iSlZli6?! E0-3- .e5vrvViV2?E :fKS ppqH $3 fK3 , EH&3 ?iCl eOSj p'&:?: A'AVX S. e '- . -- - i WHY? ."c IJ EDENTOX. $2.00 cash. " SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS. OF PUBLIC Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county, sunjecno me action of the Democratic party. FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. J. W. Wagers is a candidate for S. H. Thorpe, Jr., incumbent, is a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. success? FOR SHERIFF. intelligent Democrats. Consider the mobs, the tnrnpik" raiders, the numerous pardon, and the failure of justice. Instead of chang ing these things for the better, they have, by the success of the Republicans, been changed for the worse. Consider the condition of the schools, their insufficient revenues acd a compulsory education act. What good has come to the people through Republican The Agee Bros, have concluded to tend the old farm together. The boys of this place went upon the creek and had a fine fox race. Dr. Guy Fayne is reported to he married at Earlington, Ky., February 17th. all fashionable condiments. Mrs. Janie 5Iaster is slowly recovering At a swell social function hero last from her fall which broke her collar week a new wrinkle was introduced which did not work. After the bone. ''stcenth" course there came a slight Mr. James Smith is improving his pause, which an iconoclast of custom farm by running a nice fence along the and a connoisseur of table manners road. seized to introduce the latest napkin Messrs. Joseph Davis and Joseph fad. "Just throw your napkin under Hume are prizing their tobacco together PANOLA. Elder Lunsford lias been called to preach again at Bear Wallow. Quincy Johnson, of Ohio, the indefatigable tie inspectoi, is rapidly clearing 1 OUR OFFER IS THIS: VEGETABLES . pkt. Beet, Imp. Early Blood Turnip ' Cabbage, Early Summer " ' Carrot, Chantcnay . . Celery. White Plume ' Corn, Evergreen ' Cucumber, Early White Spin:. ' Lettuce, Early Curled Simpson. " Musk Melon, Hackensack " Onion, Danvers Yellow Globe . . . Peas, Charmer. " Parsnip, ' Hollow Crowm " Radish, French Breakfast.. . " Spinach, Long Standing " Squash, Summer Squash, Hubbard. " Tomato,(Vegetable Oyster). Salsify McCullom'a Hybrid Red-To- p Turnip, Strap-Le" af SPRING PLOWING. have the best plows the factories produce. If you expect to do am plowing the coming spring, and arc TVe If I 3 ! u M FLOWERS. . . t 1 thejard. -- Ky., subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J, for Talbot Jackson as a candidateKy., Miss Julia Higgins leaves on MonCity Attorney, of Richmond, day for Danville. subject to the action of the DemoMiss Fish, of Nicholasville, is with cratic party. These are cousiderations which must appeal to all Democrats. The prosperity H. H. Colyer is a candidate for of the State is dear to us; its good name Sheriff of Madison county, subject we value, whether we are for gold or to the action of the Democratic silver. party. Rut instead of turning our faces to the past we turn to the future and seek to for county assessor. deal with the problems of net of James C. Miller is a candidate yefterd.iv. of Madison county, subfor Assessor Instead of cavilling at Chairman John-bo- n ject to the action of the Democratic we welcome every indication of a party. We are authorized to announce recognition of a necessity for harmony. John W. Moores as a candidate for It must come if we are to have governAssessor of Madison county, subject ment and prosperity in Kentucky. to the action of the Republican party. In the face of such necessities as these it seems to us foolish beyond expression FOR CITY ATTORNEY. to go back four years, iwo years, one We are authorized to announce year, to find something about which we Green Clay a candidate for the may quarrel '. office of City Attorney, of Richmond, to-da- y, PERSONAL. We are authorized to announce G. Dozier a candidate for Coroner, subject to the action of the Democratic party. O. for coroner. coward who lives in Stanford criticizes the Climax for its published opinion of one of the best citizens of Lincoln county, a man who lias done more to put Stanford on the map than even the L. & N. R. R.or any other agency. This is the kind of a tarjret at which the undersigned underhanded, writer directs his bliafts of criticism. Come out in the open, partner, maybe you are a gentleman. A J, Mrs. B. J. Clay. Governor" Jim Givene, of Chicago, was here yesterday. Mrs. Nannie Fish, of Nicholasvilc, is with Mrs. B. J. Clav. Mrs. J. A. Allen, of Silver Creek, Is visiting in Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss II at tie Taylor, of White's Station, is the guest of Miss Eva Roberts. Coleman Neff, of Harrodsburg, visited his parents on Sunday. Miss Katie Blanton is at home from Harrodsburg and Danville. Mr. Wood Ballard, of Lexington, visited Capt. P. P. Ballard last Sun- John R. Pkociok, President of the Civil Service Commission, has notified the Collector at Louisville that all employers in the office except the Casiiier and the Collector are under the protection of the I ;K W Civil Service law. The matter was brought up by an in quiry to find ont whether Deputy Collec- Covington. mond, as subsequently developed tors are protected, and Mr. Proctor reVAZLEJ VIEW. Miss Lizzie Turley was the guest and we approached one of the young plied that they are included in the last week of Mrs. P. H. Bronaugh, (?) men and asked what that beautiOur druggist, II. A Phillips, spent favored class. ful young lady's name was. Said lie, Sunday in Lexington. in Bourbon. This leaves very little patronagefor the Miss Adda Wagers, of Wiseman-tow- n, "That is Miss Minnie Bohon, who The Southern Lumber Co. started one incoming Republican Collector to disis visiting Misses Lucy and lives in Harrodsburg." In a few of iheir mills last week. .' tribute among the huniry minutes this same young man Mona Prather. Mrs. Susan McGuire visited relatives at stooped over and kissed the lady, Mr. L. K. Peters, of Hopkinsville, Wrrn only four dissenting votes the and imagine our surprise Avhen we Ciay's Feny last week. Senateof the United States has gone on was the guest over Sunday of the heard her say "Good bye, papa." It Born to the wife of Jesse Kelly the record as favoring an international bi- Misses llarber. was none other than her father, Col. 10th inst., a ten pound boy. metallic conference. The Republican Misses Lucy and Lettitia Crow re- George Bohon, one of the most e I. M. Asher was Hustling, party is apt to drift into unadulterated lumed home from Danville and youthful and handsomest men of his in Louisville several days last week on bimetallism before the next campaign. Frankfort last week. ago we have ever met. business. The Indianapolis convention stands Mr. Carl Hutchison, of Frankfort, ' A few raftB of timber passed here on alone in the demand for "a gold stand- a gifted young actor, will assist local the last rise for High Bridge and other ard of monetary measurements," as de- talent in tho "Mikado." . MbKExNEY-HAMJiONDOn Tues-da- y, points along the Kentucky river. clared in their platform. The RepubliMr. and Mrs. A. D. Flora, of RichH. C. Fowler and step mother have 9, at the residence of Mrs. Feb. One fare to Washington and recans are on record as favoring what the mond, are guests of Mrs. Ellen Ows- Margaret Argo, of Paint Lick, Miss purchased a farui of Matt Brumfield, at turn, March 1, 2 and 3d, good returnSenate has declared "free coinage of ley. Lancaster Record. Sallie Hammond and, Mr. C. O. Logana, and will move there about the ing 8th, account inauguration of silver by international agreement," Mrs. Mary Nealo Thompson is at son of Mr. G. W. Mc"Kin-ne- y, first of March. McKinley. while the Democracy still adheres to were married. Capt. F. M. Spurlock, of Ford, is vis'free and unlimited coinage of silver and homo from Kansas City; Mo.after a Levi iting his daughters, Mrs. G. A. Roy and gold at the present ratio of 16 to 1, with- long and delightful sojourn. Richardson - Tkibble. Awarded Mrs. Charles S. Turner is at home Richardson, of Estill, and Miss Mol-Ji- e Mrs. F. M. Brvson, and sons, T. B. and Highest out waiting for the aid or consent of any Honors World's Fair, from a visit to Jier daughter, Mrs. Tribble, daughter of Mr. George Willtem Spurlock. other nation." Ashby Jones, at Bardstown. Tribblc, were married on Thursday Herbert Poston, who was formerly loGgnerai. Joe Shelby, born in Mrs. J. W. Zaring has returned last near Waco, by Rev. James cated here, was here last week. He is 1813 at Lexington, Ky.. died on Fri- from Harrodsburg whither she was Howard. on the road representing a wholesale day at Audrain, Mo. His remains called by the Illness of her daughter, clothing firm. POLITICAL EDITORIALS. were interred in Kansas City on Sun- Miss Birdie. Rev. II. B. Cockerhani, a student of From The Jessamine Journal. day. Ho was a Colonel of ConfedMr. and Mrs. H. C. Shipp, nee Miss ) the Theological Seminary at Louisville, erate cavalry under General Price, Jennio Ferrill, lately of Paris, are It is folly to brIHg national ques preached here last Sundav at 11 a. m. at the beginning of the war but or- now residing in Lexiugton, at 101 S. tions into local politics. Just as and in the evening. He will preach well-asganized a regiment to which was Upper Street a man how he stands on the every Sunday from now until fall; joined the three Missouri regiments Cubatl question as the money quesAccompanied by Mrs. Dr. H. A. Phillips is quite a ladies man In a cavalry company, known as Miller, Mrs. Wm. 31. Irvine E. Field tion iiJ a county race. left last and is terrible on the fall. He fell in "Shelby's Brigade," which saw hard w to Huntsville, Ala., ek fn service in Arkansas tMlssoarl, Louis- u. .d At-- il v5dt It is a mighty poor Democrat who love one night "recently and ho has been f . a,Ga. He and 1,000 men does not want to see harmony prevail looking quite sad of late. He went to iana and Texas. pub- within the ranks. And yet the best Lexiugton Saturday on busiuess. (?) Saturday's Courier-Journ- al espoused the cause of Maximilian, lished pictures (?) of Misses Belle way in the world to causo defeat, is D. L. Walker, of the'firm of Walker & MOST PERFECT MADE. after the Civil "War ended and their McDowell, Helen Bennett,. Marga-rett- a to drag national questions into local "White, log dealers oE Manchester!' was A pure Grape Crearii of Tartar Powdr. Fr services were as brilliant in the land Smith and Sarah Shackelford. races. The party that does this is here tlast week, delivering logu to from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, e the Aztecs as they had "been in his I 1 40 TEARS THE STANDARD. the Southern Lumber CoT TLevj re Xr. Green Igo returned on Thurs the one that will be defeated. ova country. office-seekerswide-awak- Estill County Mrs. Sally Fain is out after several 4 weeks illuess. Miss Eva Tooniy, of Richmond, is visiting her Estill friends this week. Mrs. W. II. Azliill has been confined Miss Minnie Bohon, of Harrodsburg, well known in Richmond, is to to her home with lagrippe lor some time. be married to Mr. J. H. Raine, in the Elder D. G. Combs closed a two weeks former's homo city on March 17th. The meeting at Sand Hill with 21 additions groom is said to be a prominent citi- to the church.' zen of Atlanta, iu a fine position to Mrs. Martha Richardson, who has properly care for this, one of the been confined to her bed with fever, is most popular and lovable young la not expected to recover. dies in Central Kentucky, who has Warren McGowen and Miss Maggie been the pride of a doting father, Riddcll will be married WednesMr. George Bohon, a wealthy merday. Both are prominent people. chant of Harrodsburg. An amusing day. James M. Clowers will move with his incident occurred to us four years family to Richmond, after living in Es Mrs. S. M. Ballard, who has been ago soon after Misses Bohon and till county for many years. Madison's quite ill for the past week, is im Whoatley visited this city. JWe were proving. enroute to Harrodsburg- - to visit gain is Estill's loss. Miss Sallie Ellis, of Danville, will Ciias. Dedman, a cousin, and spied a Elder John Newman, who has been arrive Friday and visit Mr. and Mrs. bevy of beautiful young ladies sur- preaching for the Christian church at T.S.Ellis. rounded by several Mercer gallants. this place for several years, is talking of moving to Jessamine county. We hope Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Brown have as Their faces looked quite familiar a guest Mrs. Letcher Stackpole, of really having met them in Rich- Brother Newman will never leave Estill. to-da-y, -- the table" said she, and several worshipers at tho shrine of fickle fashion followed suit. Presently in came the waiterswithanothercour.se or so, and tho discomfiture of the quartette was amusing. "Those dates are sticky," was all that broke the deathly stillness. "Xordica," "Xordica," was all one could hear on the streets last week, and when on Saturday over one hundred of our citizens boarded the train for Lexington it was apparent that the famous prima donna was almost as great a drawing card to the music lovers of Richmond as Bryan was last fall to tho advocates of the white metal. The descriptions of the scene in the Lexington Opera House, to which the Climax listened for the next 24 hours, turned us green with envy aim regret tnat we nad gone that day to a dime museum in in preference to listening to the handsome, graceful and radiant Lillian Xordica. But our degeneracy is punished sufficiently and we promise hereafter the mite of patronage that can bring so much general pleasure. Tho Lexington Leader lady reporter interviewed Xordica in her dressing room during the intermission and found her most gracious and charming, expressing herself as greatly pleased with her reception in Lexington. Cin-cincin- ati 5c Preparations are being pushed as rap 10c 5c idly for the new oil well as the weather ' 5c will pcimit. 10 pkts. Flowers .oc Married, at the residence of the late and Vick's Illustrated Monthlv Macazine one vrar Josiah Park, on the 11th inst., his The Magazine has been greatly improtedfor jo?, ami is up iu uaie on an mailers pertaining daughter. Annie, to Jas. Garrett. May to Flowers, Vegetables, Plants, Shrubs, Roses, Lawns. Gardens, Plants in the house.ctc. The the sun of prosperity ever shine upon department of correspondence is very valuable. them. 18 pkts. Vesetablea . $ 1 00 Price, per year. 50 Jesse Broaddus' mother, aged 83, and to sell. THINK". OF IT! ALL THIS! Mr. Ilarve A. Wylie is progressing who makes his house her home, fell with $j oo rapidly on his new building, considering a child in her arms Wednesday and 18 Packets Vegetable Seeds as named as named 75 she is very seriously hurt. One hip and IV I'acKets lower bad weather. the 50 the lower part of the spinal column sus- Vick's Illustrated Monthly Magazine, one '.vear 52 weeks liichtnond Climax, Elvada Vincent is down with pneumo1 50 tained the greatest injury. At her age, nia aud recovery is doubtful. Dr. Piice recovery is doubtful. ?J75 is the attending physician. 1 Jiminie Ferguson, section hand, was painfully hurt Fridav. He was working XEWBY. Nov is the time. Send your order at once to a "'jack" when it slipped, letting him The mud roads are almost past travel- fall Company, Richmond, Kentucky. acioss the rail behind him, breaking Climax ing. The mud is knee deep. two or three ribs loose from his back Mr. John Agee, Jr., of Shirley, 111., is bone. Drs. Johnson and Gibson fixed visiting his father aud mother, Mr. aud him up and he is doing well. T TUT TT" Mrs. John Agee, Sr. .... 5c 5c 5c 10c 5c 5c 5c 5c 10c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c 5c lpkt " " " " " Aster S eet Peas. Nicotiana Candytuft Balsam . .. Bachelor Button. Dianthus Petunia Salpiglossis. Scabiosa 15c 5c 5c 5c 15c .4 I M 5c n not already supplied with plows, you cannot afford to buy before giving a . call. Ejj u i 14 Everything kept in uipinii.i .. jn-- . a well ii W it equipped hardware house is found our stock. l 111 v V a iw $3.75 FOR OINUV $2.00 IT' I faj dalUuRCnuiU S.7-- hnplfplfnrri rry-w 'wn.ni' --)- j m :; & Gf ww-w- Hpiilrn y&IlllU. . Printing RICHMOM), KENTUCKY. w w w fcg""4-- i Mr. Caloway, of Paint Lick, was in our locality buying tobacco last week, paying from S3 to $4.2-- per hundred pounds. Mrs. Lucy Roberts, widow of James Roberts, fell out of her chair into the fire and was burned to death February 10th inst. She was iu feeble health. Aged about 70 years. Mr. Allen J. Tudor, of Million, will move with his family to the State of Illinois in a few days. Messrs. Joseph Jones, Lawrence Tudor and Sydney Lowry will go with them. WIXSTOX. Deafness Cannot bc Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is cured by an infhmed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustacean Tube.. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is tho result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed couditiou of the mucous su i faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send far circulars; free. F. J. CHENEY & C, Toledo. O, zffSold by Druggist, 7cc. feb3-lm VV H, We open in our new house, next door to the Farmer's National Bank, by Klein & Son, having sold out all our stock at auction, we open with new stock, the largest and best in Richmond and forme-occupie- !v a DEATHS. Hord. Robert, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Hord, died on Thursday last near this city. Roberts. Elislm Roberts, born in Madisoii county in 1829, diedTues-las- t, in Jasper, Mo., leaving a wife and five children. Was doubtless related to tho late aged JElisha Roberts, of this place. Coohrax. Win. Cochran, Jr., aged 85, died Friday last of pneumonia, at the residence of his parents, near Whites Station. Rurial in the old Cochran giaveyard on Saturday. The house in which ho was born, lived and died in the old stone house which has stood for over a century, and is one of the oldest In tho county. HiaaiMJOTiiAir. John, the tthird son of Mr. George T. Higginbothum, of Lexington, died in that city last Saturday, aged 17 years. The remains were interred iu the Lancas ter Cemetery Monday. Tho familv resided in Garrard until a few years since, when they moved to Lexington. The father of tho deceased was sheriff one term and has a host of friends here who deeply sympathize with him in the loss of his hoy. Mr. Hi is a noble man, and Garrard lost greatly when he inoved away. yy. y xv gHwp u , t- - tv jmw u u .. IWitmx- - H a u J Jills? We want your custom and we will give you the best bargains ever offered before in the county Men's Suits at 82.50, Boy's Suits at 50c. Boy's Knee Suits at 58c. Men's Shoes at 75c. Ladies' Shoes at 75c. -- -- worth S6.00 worth 4.00 worth 1.50 worth 1.25 worth 1.50 MARRIED. Mc-Kinn- - .. 3cts. a yd. 4cts. a yd. 4ets. a yd, 8ets. a yd. - - 9cts. a Yd. Carpets, Floor Oilcloth, IScts.a vd. Lace Curtains, 38cts. a pr. Calicoes, - Cottons, - Ginghams, - Dress Goods, - Ws.fep-W;JPIfe i . - " :::NSS ."'"tsyP Jrr mc?t-;wi CzinBik Krk?kkE&'''' vS& IBv, ill ?1 fill Overcoats and Capes at your own prices. Table Linens at 15cts. a yd., and everything you needtin Notions and Furnishing Goods cheaper than ever offered before. We want your ijtrade and wo will save you money. Don't forget our place. w CREAM k B&NNG rOWDW T) NEW YORK STOR Up Town, Klein & Son's Old ... n si Stand.-Co- me Everybody. t -"- 1 t-" RiQhrncfndL If : JJ j- -, . ' . r. v 2T. . i . 1L . J3I 3. IF - . - It. . I. , Kentucky- - ( Z ft iJ'l ,: h, r- . . -- if ir- --- - & - ,?, ' Xi s - " I ii t s a u- - t- te-- r S-- V i",,c"'. 5 Jfi V.- - A j Hr r One fare to Mobile, Birmingham and New Orleans, Februrry2Gth to March 1st, account Mardi Gras. The property of Auditor S. H. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1S97. Stons was not sold on Tuesday because it was not sufficiently well advertised. The merchant who fails to advcr- V One faro to Cincinnatand return, (im February 19th, returning on all Use in the Climax stands as much Co trains of 20th, account attractions nt " various theatres. (o 0) V furnace with a paper shirt on. Frank Gofton, Cin- THE CLIMAX. Mr. Lilly Kot A Candidate, Drowned In Gibson's Pond. Editors Climax: Dear Sirs: Please state in yonr paper that I am not and will not bo a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney in this, the Twenty-thirJudicial District. Yours truly, W. H. Lilly. d, Eloping Couple's Troubles. over tho telephone, supposing it was a joke of tho college boys. However, -- Goidmiificat all doubt about it was dispelled when a suit of clothes was found With a better understanding of the F. T rerkins nature of the many physcome in. upon tho bank with foot prints lead- ical ills, which vanish before proper efof grass eed at 20 cents. ing from them into the pond. With forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts Rev. Cadesman Pope, President -- Don't f irget band supper Thursday. There is comfort characteristic spirit the students pro- rightly directed.that so many forms in of Millersburg Female College, asof the knowledge, Music during the entire evening. posed to raise the body by firing a sickness are not due to any actual dissigned Thursday to his son, Olin Captain Ferrill will cry the big cannon over tho water and went so ease, but simply to a constipated condiAssets and liabilities not For Assessor. . w .v a!e on the 0th. Soo bills. gun. tion of the system, which the pleasant far as to limber the three-inc- h given. The school will likely conIn this issue of the Climax, will They had to abandon this as no am- family laxctie, Syrup of Figs, promptly remove That is why it is the only Mr. tJ. Sclmfhauson is sulforing tinue through tho the session under be found the announcement of Mr. munition could be obtained, and remedy with millions of families, and is from tfonchilis at his Third htreot Dr. Pope's management. W. Moorcs for assessor of "MadiJolm hence tho curious were deprived of everywlii v esteemed so highly by all Lome. jroci health. Its beneficial A report was ciiculated this week son county, subject to the action of an opportunity to witness the raising who va' .' due to the fact, that itis the that Mr. J. W. Rales had fallen heir the Republican party. Mr. Moores of a body in this peculiar way. effect--remedy which promotes internal Don't fail to hear the Manhattan one to $100,000 by tho death of a rich has always be ail active member of While the boys wore after tho can- clcunliuess without debilitating the lmiMoal Trio at the Court House One lol of beautiful Piques and Ducks, white grounds with colored stripes. Dots and figures are aunt, in St Louis. The aunt died and his party and should the county bo so non Dan Harris, colored, borrowet rnns on which it acts. It is therefore being offered at 8jc. per yd. These ;;oods make be.utlii'ul waists for children, shirts for men, dresses .i't important, in order to get its bene-liciK she did leave ten millions, but four unfortunate as to have a Republican an ice hook from Mrs. Gibson am. effects, to note when you purand dress skirtti for ladies, they have just been receivejd, being a line that was closed out by us from a Do you want flower seeds tree? other heirs got it all. It was a nar- assessor it would be some compensa- voluntarily waded out waist-deechase, thnt you have the genuine artilarge Eastern house, they are cheap at 12c. per yd. Climax offer in advertising row escape for Mr. Rales. the tion for the loss to know that so and dragged the pond as fsir as he cle, which is manufactured by the Calinw-m- m fornia Fig Syrup Co. ouly and sold by jwmmninii iniwiweaMwriw a iw clever a Republican as John is to fill could with safety reach. Becoming all reputable druggists. Powell is grateful the office. Prof, rulliam was nominated by to all s of good health, If in the enjoyment chilled by the watei,itv.-a- suggested friends who favor him for cir31-In- ch "is ti f Shelby Democrats for County cuit clerk, but to a Climax reporter that a boat be procured, which was and the system are regular, laxatives or Delayed By a Slide. then not needed. If other remedies Attorney. he declared he would only take one A land slide in the cut at Mr. Thos. soon obtained from Myers' planing afflicted with any actual disease, one - Ste combination offers Climax and thing at a time, which was the post Phelps, just north of Richmond on mill. At 3:32 the boat was pushed may be commended to the most skillful but in peram paier on eHrth at little more than office, and he would fight along that the K. C. railway delayed tho north- off from the shore with Mr. C. S. physicians, have ifthe need of a laxative, best, and with the Powell at the oars, and Coroner one should line if it took all of two summers. piice of one. everywhere, Syrup of bound train for quite a while. Tho Brown at tho helm. Chief of Police Figs stands highest and is most largely Vipsar.ia, 2:1414', property of wet weather had loosened a boulder or Mr. F. M. Gibson, night agent at Terrill, "Drummer" White and Xes-li- e used and gives most general satisfaction. t n K C. depot, is out again after a Judge A. R. Ruruam, was sold at largo mass of stone which rolled Oliver had hastily improvised Woodward & Shanklins sale at Lex- down into tho roadway. These ac- hooks !. 12 iline-.- . and with these the vicinity shaped WE ARE OFFERING FOR A FEV7 DAYS OUR CELEBRATED eighteen covers, to ington for She - P .sitively tlio finest guitar, insn- -' been a last weekright $1,G00. and has cident are at be dreaded, moro es- where Flakel was last seen was thor and two table with tables, draped in smaller night during rainy winner along her pecially oughly dragged. At 3:37 "I've got pink and white, and laden with cut iiiti and banjo artists at tlio Court buyer, A. It. of New York, weather, and railway enginers have him" issued from Wile, the lips of White, glass and silver. Hero the gay party H'i"-to keep their eyes picked for the danwill send her out for a new record. and as lie slowly drew the body to spent an hour or more, after which gerous obsti net ions. Supper at McKco's corner store Many friends of Mrs. the surface the anxious and excited the happy couple departed for DanTbur-ila- y night benefit Richmond are glad she is able againElla Farley to attend crowd surged to the water's edge. ville, carrying with them the affecFinest Ever Issued. Wide i 1 75 different styles having just recieved, that many new pieces at the very low price of It., id. H Ip the boys. to her duties nt the office of the The C. U. Atlantis, under the con- There could be no doubt that the tionate well wishes of the whole per jd. Vie have the exclusive sale on these percales in this city, they are a great deal finer, and lie. -- Samuel I.acky paid $42 per aero Singer Sewing Machine Company. trol of Messrs. Kennedy and Swal- corpse was at the end of the pole for people. much better quality than any percale in the market. Call and select what you need in percales while e f..T the of "W. F. She is certainly energetic and de- low, editor and managerjrespectively, tho pond had just been cleaned out farm The bride is the eldest daughter of we are offering them at this price, they have always been 15c. per yd. serving and the public will find her is the finest production of that his- and was free from snags or rubbish Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Ramsey, and none near Kingston. t joorge N. McKenney, of Paint att"ntive and obliging in all her bus- toric publication. Tho last issue of any kind. Up came the head has more friends here than she. The iness affairs. lays it over any previous edition and with the dark lmir matted straight groom is equally popular in Boyle, of I . k. who was shot by Fred 2C:intz "The Palace Hotel, Vine & Sixth future ones will eclipse that. Adver- back from the forehead, then the which he is a prosperous farmer with .I'oitit a month ago is recovering. familiar features of the dead jour broad acres and abundance to lavish tisements are numerous per yd. Masonville Bleac a Cotton gentleman of 'real apprecia-- t Street, Cincinnati, in its efiorts to advise those who are in it, and we neyman-tailo- r were exposed to view. upon tho beautiful girl who has so TS interested in pleae the ladies who make it their up for the Climaa per yd. fe Fruit of tho Loom Bleach Cotton headquarters on shopping expedi- the book's success to patronize those The hooks had caught in the shoulder long been a favorite in Richmond. D2 Jul istf.t "a long way ahead." ,&, AAA Brown Cotton, acayd. tions, have cut out two large rooms who patronize tho Atlantis. Messrs. of the undershirt and the body was per yd. W Green Ticket Bleach Cotton seized thusiand floated to the shore. Steve Noland, colored, gave W. Mr. Lucy Roberts, aged 70, aunt near the parlor and converted them Swallow and Kennedy have heard U:i Good Shirting Cotton in Stripes and Plaids, .. Dr. I'll i Roberts, was burned to into a Ladies Ordinary, where ladies nothing but compliments on their Coroner Brown and his assistants D. Oldham a forged check with J. A. Hope Bleach Cotton g ( per yd. dragged the body up the bank. Not- Turpin's name thereto, yesterday, to d n'i mar Xewby last Tliursdnv. and children can have meals served w ork. withstanding the corpse had been the amount of $12. Mr. Oldain teleGood Yard Wide Bleach Cotton clear of dressing. . P peryd. -- Mv residem-and of land during the usual hours, if they prefer 0's Seep Bass Charms. under water nearly an hour tho lungs phoned to the bank, was apprised flh onsa'e Cambric and Berkly f rent. Wc-- t Main street. Richmond. it to the pubic dining room. 8 l3c per yd. Cambric, Mr. A. D. Flora, of Richmond, were emptied by inclining the head that check was n. g., and an officer iffs scwss5ssssss$sss$ C II. PIGG. 0crrulzd. downward, and efforts at resuscita- was called in and soon Xoland was greatly assisted the choir of the ry liody should help the hand The Court of Appeals on Saturday Methodist church Friday, Saturday tion proving futile a jury was at once in CastI" Wagers. along. Supper at McKee's overruled the petitions for and Sunday. Xearly everybody in summoned and a verdict rendered to The prettiest, newest and largest line of Hambnrgs and Laces are being shown by ns THE TWO PARTIES. Thursday night forjheir benefit. the cases of Jackson and Walling Lancaster knows "D" Flora. He the effect that the deceased came to at the lowest prices in the City. used to make our town many visits. his death from accidental drowning, -.- 1 W A. L. A. Ballard, of Whites for the murder of Pearl Rryan. Frankfort Argue. bath-iu- g He has opened a marble and monu- as Flakel has been in the habit of Farmers IViefting. fun, shipped 1 car of shoats to The Republican party has been in in ponds about here for a long while. ment works in Richmond and is iimatt for which they paid 2?t to A. D. MeXair, of Danville, N. Y., meeting with much success. UD" power in Kentucky for more than a year, Get Beautiful Nuptials. will give a free lecture and distribute has promised to help the choir again and their work during that period is beS je One of the niot beautiful weddings, fore the people They hae had full Win. Hendren bought of Jolm free books on Commercial Fertilizers Saturday and Sunday, and all are Richmond Court House, Wednes- delighted to have from a spectacular standpoint, that it control of the books, and they have made i i"- - and Harry Campbell 33 acres at another opportuRespectfully, fe) f land n ar Paint Lick at $25 per day, February 24. at 2 p. m. nity of hearing him. Lancaster lias ever been our good fot turns to attend, no charge against the Democratic manwas that of Miss Delia Ramsey and Mr. agement of fraud committed or covered . Record. Matthew Allen Kenney, on Wednesday up. So far the Republicans have gained R- v Ir. J McMillan will preach Capt, Ferrill reports a good crowd Sr.rn Jones a Regular Daisy night last. The Christian Church was nothing by having chartre of the books, Presbyterian church at the Ham Norris sale on Saturday i. tli Say what you please about Sam filled to its utmost capacity and the and the thirty years of Democratic conSunday, Feruary 21, at tho us- - at College Hill. 1 yoke steers, $10 doors ere closed before the ceremony trol have produced no wrong doing, but u i! hours. 2 old horses $12.G0 each ; sheep ?1.G0 to Jones, his lecture Monday night was began, so great was the crowd; while at that attached to Treasurer Tate, which corn, at $1.G0; millet better and is calculated to do more least If you want your advertisement 43.05; 0 barrels two hundred friends were unable was made public as soon as discovgood than any heard in ten years in from beginning to end "have stack, $7; household goods and farm- this city. People of high and to gain admittance and lingered about ered, and the Democrats have done t!i. in the portals until the services were over. all within the power ot the courts to 't by the Climax Artist, ing implements sold well. heard him, and tho house was ( Good Prices For Trotters. d. Hart. crowded. Mr. J. R. McRride, of How can an adequate description of so recover that loot money into the TreasFour hundred trotting horses were Danville, managed the lecture and beautiful an occasion be given through ury. J i in Owens carved Ruck Park the medium of cold and senseless type, What has the Republican party accoma ul Kui-iiRushy, and others were sold at Woodard & Shanklin's an- says "Madison county is all right" nual sale last week in Lexington, and a laigc portion of Madison says which robs wordaof eloquence and feel- plished in the year of its power and fight at Irvine one ..i t in a For Rent. The steamer Kalista will enter the Experience proves the merit of Hood'n bringing $80,25o, a average of $200.53. McRride is all right and Sain Jones ing of its intensity leaving a mere out- control of affairs? It has developed a l OUR CLUBBING LIST. l.itweek. Sarsaparilla. It cures all forms of blood to be best sale in is all right, and Rev. Dr. Young is line for the imagination of the reader to clerk in the Educational department sellThis is claimed Saloon for rent near K. C. depot at Carrollton and Frankfort trade. Diptheria i& raging in Mt. Stcrl-i- . Lexington in five years. Good all right, too. The latter introduced clothe as his or her inclination or ability ing questions and answers for his private tones the stomach, builds up tho Richmond Hotel, now occupied Che llodera. "Way Magazines, Newspapers, and Other Publica'. Tin- - situation is so alarming horses onlywere in demand. It by Williams & Brooks. For further Commends itself to the nerves. benefit and to the injury of education. Jones and brought down the house. best permits. the tions nt Reduced Rates by the t1 t ( ouncil is taking steps to pre- to The church was never so hecominglj It has kept the State Examiner busy exparticulars apply to Truth la. a Nutslisll. do pleasantly and effectually what was Climax Company. For Jailer. 'Do Send Me The Climax." i't , spreading. decotated; the immense arch way over amining into the scandals of the Western 3otf JIks A. E. Cakse. formerly done in the crudest mannerand Impure blood is the natural result ot for Jesse Cobb M .r. James W. Smith anil J. jailer, subjectis to the announced the C. XmvBEituy, S. C, Feb. 15, '1)7. the pulpit was banked with ferns and and Eastern Lunatic Asylums. It has Below will be found a list of periodicals close confinement in house, bcliool room About half the fruit buds on disagreable as well. To cleanse the sysaction of K. Woods, Associate Editor Climax, hung with white bunting; ropes of produced incompetent officers, who were S ( iihns hipped a d of good which the Cliiiax will order for its subscribers tem and break up colds headaches, and party. He is honest, he fruit belt are reported killed. liiclrmond, Ky.: cedar, like welcoming arms stretched far placed in charge of the State's charities at its reduced rates, the only provision being or shop. .n mules to Thompson Simpkins. Democratic ..f evers without unpleasant after effects, Blood is purified by Hood's Sarsaparilis capable, ho isenergetic, he is deser, DnAK Sir: I received two of your away from the apex of the arch toward aud the branch Prison. It lias gien that the subscription to the Climax be paid up of Moiitu-elluStatistics show that thousands of in- use Fla. the delightful liquid laxative remedy. ving, and he is an active party man. papers. They were splendid just the bide windows, potted plants adorned birth to a military instead of a civil gov- one year in advance. By reference to the la, and all the disagreeable results of im- fants and children yearly die of -- Mrs. W. II. Webb, of Louisville, Such men can be voted for without what a paper in a Syrup of Fi-Manufactured by Califorprices quoted below, it will be found that we pure blood disappear with the iibeof thus small place should the sides of the pulpit. The vestry ernment, in its attempt to coerce the can sava you from five cents to one douar on croup" We do not exjggerate nia Fig Syrup Company. febo-lsui.srritM-for the Climax "as a fear. Such a man is Jesse Cobb, be. Do put my name on your list, room doors were, like the baptistry medicine. when we state that eery one of these inas gnat many peons of real apprecia-- t known throughout Madison county. and let me have the Climax every recess, curtained with lace, and festoone.l General Assembly to such actionhas the every publication named.Include tnc climax e following prices administration demanded. It The Carrollton Nes is six years okl nocents could have been saved had '! a. now doing." 53 7 Hosi's Pills arc the best family cath- Foley's Honey and Tar been given them and is flurishing as it deserves. week. I'll send money shortly. with ivy. Wide open were.the doors in WantcJ ! 53,000 in the employment of at- Arena 3 2 Art Journal, Music. reliaGentle, - Tin- C. V. Mandolin and Guitar Organizers, ladies or gentlemen, What I want is news from Rich- the rear of the pulpit, and this inner torneys to carry out the whims and American Art Review 5 2T artic and liver medecine. m time. Can you afford to be without it American A few months ago, Mr. Bryon Every, 2 15 ble, sure. . . It ia jour household? SSTW. G. "White. Gazette ( .u). assisted by the Manhattan for an up to date Modern, and Fra- mond and I can onlv get it through apartment was beautifully draped and charges of a Democratic official, when Breeders Magazine 4 60 Century of Woodstock, Mich., was badly afflicted 1 9 Musi.-a- l Sincerely, feb3-lilluminated by pink lights. The effect an examination would show uo wrong in Cosmopolitan. A bi reduction is made in Elizabeth-town'- s Trio will render the best ternal Insurance Order. Suro win- your paper. 1 65 with rheumatism. His right leg was Weekly 1 4") was beautiful, and the skillful hands and any officer. It baa refused to pay old Weekly Commercial Gazette t (i.Mrs. Lizzie Wiiitk Faxt. i.iade in Richmond for some ner and money maker for organizers. new fire insurance schedule. 1 53 Claude Skaggs, a Vanceburg boy, was swolicn the full length, cansing him . t Experience desirable, but not necConsequently "Nancy Lee will inventive minds that wrought this archi debts with old or new income, because Weekly Enquirer . 2 Demorest's Magazine 72i3 lucct rc.ts.1 Disease. He advised to try badly crippled while coasting this week. great sufferitig. . 4 3i Weekly. essary. Can work evenings and odd sing 'Love Among The Roses," and tecture of beautiful fabrics witnessed the the warrants were issued under a Demo- Frank Leslie's Monthfy 3 41 J. ( . Adams, of Silver Creek, Tain Balm. The first Frank Leslie's It is not generally known thnt more 1 1 1 should know that FOLEY'S Chamberlain's, triumphs of their skill when the count- cratic administration. Detroit Free Press t to Covington, Arnold &Rro. times without leaving business or the Climax will go to Mrs. Fant less bottle of it helped him considerablyaud . 3 i adults die of Kidney trouble than any Yfl UE0STSY lights shone upon the bcene it was 305 until further notice. Next. 4 1, aal TAB is absolutely the second bottle effected a cure. The Note. You forgot to mention the The Forum Harper's Magazine of corn f. o. b. Whites situation. Address Win. Lusby, f . other disease. AVhen the first symptoms like fairyland. the best remedy for all disease of the 23 scandal growing out of a Republican Harper's Weekly Johnston Ruilding, Cincinnati. m n ton at - - . 4 I. and 50 cent sizes are for sale by W. G. Recovering From Appendicitis. Tiiis was sold some Harper's Ba?ar of this disease appear 110 time should he Throat, Chest or Lung3. Dealers are The musical program was a sensation guard being too intimate with female Harper's Round Table . feb3-ln airo. 'Ir.nocc".!," Was His Last Word. 3 , Independent in taking Foley's Kidney Cure, which authorized to guarrntee it to give satis- White, Richmond, Ky. On Monday, a week ago. while on within itself. The voice of Richmond's The 3 ) . lot Magazine. James Plunkett, penitentiared for a visit to his sister, Mrs. W. H. Webb, favorite vocalist. Miss Pattie, the classic prisoners in the Frankfort prison. Ed. Lippincott'sMagazine 1 t is guaranteed or money refunded. Standard Oil Company will probThe Muncey's G. "White. faction iu all cases. Tlf fnrl-- t given the party aiteinpt--- r stealing cattle in Pendleton, died in Carlisle Mercury. . . - ... 1 . McClure's Magazine feb3-lG. White. at Louisville, Mr. Benson Cobb, of touches of Mrs. White upon the organ, ably build a warehouse at Sturgis. feb3-l. 5 t. 22S-t. s. u diseased meat in this city North American Review . 1 U prison on Friday night. He was this city, was. seized with violent and - Tin rsday, is sufficient warning accomplished violinists, 1). B. Shaffer was arrested yesterday in 3 1. Ix the meeting of tho Democratic Ohio Farmer Public Opinion A thief 6tole an iron roof from a blacklately taken violently ill and was pains in the abdomen. Ho repaired Miss the trio oi and If SHOWS ENTERPRISE. 3 2, Reviews Bright and County Committee of Fayette, which Review of Higgins, t Maysville on the charge of forgery. all v. lio would for :t paltry vibited frequently by Chaplain Shep'ii 3 smith shop at Williamstown. He left the Scribner's Magazine. .. at once to Nortcn Infirmary and con- Park, were a grand prelude to the scene 3 61 . i. t!. us ri.sk the life and health site. EJ THE SILVER MAKES' herd, to whom he denied the charge sulted Drs. Vance and Rudelle, at- sjou to be enacted, and never to be for- was held lost Saturday at Lexington St. Nicholas St. Louis ' 'in 1 7 nt peonle. to arrange for a primarv, which will N. Y. World INTERESTING CHANGES. and requested, tending physicians. These at once of stealing the cattle, 2 7j Farm. I have given Chamberlain's Cough gotten. At 8:30, with an impatient and bo held the 27th of March, resolutions Kentuckv stock 3 0O IJeoedy a fair test and consider it one 1 73 onnection witlj the sale of witli his expiring breath, that the pronounced his malady appendicitis, disappointed throng without clamoring were adopted asking that tho gold Louisville Eening Post. 1 45 Send a postal to the Silver f i. .i id jicr.sonal property of Jesse chaplain tell his fi lends that he was Weekly Louisville Commercial Mr. for admission, and u thousand eyes Democrats bo and advised an operation. of the very best remedies for croup that 6 M invited to come back N. Y. Journal, daily. Washington. D C, and reAre gaining favor rapidly. N 3 n Cobb consented, teleeraphed for his within looking anxiously for the signal into party lines and both the have ever found. One dose lias always deceased, ne:ct Saturday, innocent. Sunday. I Business men and travel1 70 silver N. Y. Journal, ceive a copy of their issue of January 7, Sliver Knight. A Hew Pauer. i loiitstrator U. II. Million, will sell been sufficient, although I use it freely. brother, Hon. J. Tevis Cobb, anff in to begin, the lovely panorama floated and gold Democrats join hands in Cincinnati Post, daily 320 lers carry them in vest which appears in i Peterson's Magazine. of whedt, 70 barrel corn Central University lias a wokJy the presence of his relatives bravely into view. Out from the garlanded this important matter. Rut the Puck, weekly .. 5 25 pickets, ladies carry them them In medljno Any cold my tochildren coutract yields with a different make-u-aa improved form lu punes, housekeepers keep and general ap5 25 ; rood a n. very readily this medicine. I can Closets, frlendU recommend, them to friends. weekly . woik mul". paper, the Central Record, four pago, underwent the heroic oppcration for recess steape the bix beautiful bride's Courier-Journsays tho "gold Dem- Judge, Constitution ... 1 & pearance. A large amount of space is Atlanta conscientiously recommend it for croup 1 4i 11x14 inches each. The firot number removing the vermiform appendix. maids, two and two, Miss Clara Moore ocrats cennot afford to accept tho in- Atlanta Journal . - Dr. Ashbaugh, of Richmond. Ius been I)uerfcon, tit White Station, 2 00 ami colds in children. Geo. E. "Wolff, devoted to Congressional and governis excellent and if kept up to that That ii was a success is attested by Slierley, of Louisville and Miss Mamie vitation." In other words, it means Ladies' Home Journal. li.a cob pipe factory turning out and magazines gTanted a patent on a com harvester Five hundred Cleric of the Circuit Court. Fornaudina, mental news and matters of a national standard the Record will be looked the daily tidings of his improvement, Baldwin. of Madison; Miss Bessie Dud- to vote independently and put every with the Climax,other journals jii r day. They are selling them at reduced rates. Fla. SoldbyW.G. White. Richmond, character which every reformer in the for with interest. Price 50 cents, re- and his Madison friends will rejoice ley and Miss Frazee; Miss Parrish and office in Kentucky in tho hands of t'-The Climax Company will take pleasure in country should read. A large corps of Tetter, and Eczema. feb3-ll t along, and making money, too. mainder of year. Charles Chaplin to know that lie is on the road to re- Sliss Mina Armstrong, all in snowy Kp. tho Republican party. Is this Dem- attending to orders received by mail. Always W ifii pipes cheap and tobacco writers have been engaged to contribute The intense itching and smarting incicovery. state whether or not you are now taking the dent to tlnsse diseases is instantly and business Paris muslin, pink trimmings and car- ocracy ? And yet tho Courier-JournA number of Kentucky Republicans articles during the year 1S97, among allayed ' aper things will smoke from now Cooper, j you wish us to send for. periodical manager. This is the only weekly by applying Chamberlain's Eye and are preparing to go to the inauguration of rying Catherine Mermet roses. Down instead of trying to bring about whom are: Hon. Wm. J. Bryan ; SenaSkin Ointment. Many very bad cases McKinley. college paper in Kentucky, and pro they walked to the front entrance, and harmony between the two factions, The Vanceburg jail is empty. tors Teller, Allen, Butler, Peffer, Petti-gretave been permanently cured by it. It Hon. Charles J. Rronston and Miss ranged themselves along the aible facing Mexico (Mo.) Ledger says Sen- bably with the exception of the is endeavoring in every possible manand Dubois; Representatives Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredericks-tow"Bacteria do not occur in the blood or ii equally efficient for itching piles and ate (Sreen Clay wrote up from his Hustler, is tho only one in Rolle Wisdom, of Paducah, were each other. The retinue of groomsmen ner to increase tho bitterness, widen a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Mo , was troubled with chronic Towne Newlvids, Bell and Jerry Simpmarried Saturday evening at the now filed down the aisle, walking tow- the breach, and if possible, crush out in the tissues of a healthy living body, chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites plantation and enclosed the South. He had son ; WhartonBarker. Esq., AVrn P. St. man or the lower animals." So says the and chronio sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. diarrhoea for over thirty years. residence of Mrs. George A. Hines, ards tho pulpit, Messrs. J. R. Gibson ii forjpoorfund of Mexico. His son, Rjiney Sentenced To Death. in Kentucky the party which for so of "become fully satisfied that it was only a John, Sir Morton Ftewen, and roany 4185 Berlin avenue, St. Louis, Rev. celebrated Dr. Koch- - Other doctors say Rhodes Clay, has law card in paper and W. S. Hume, Thos. Gentry and as the tho At Winchester, Saturday, tho jury Frank G. Ferrell, Dr. Catlyrs Condition aro of the Central John Mcltoberts, of Boyle, X. V. White, many years looked tothat was Demo- that the best medecine to render the j 1st what a horss needs Fowders. bad question of a short time until he would otherinfamous and distinguished writers, ai d . highly spoken of. Paris in the case against Dillard Rainey, index of everything both public and private life. An arhealthy is Ayer's condition. Tonic, blood when in church, of St. Louis", off- of this city, and Jack McCord, of Clark. blood perfectly pure and purifier and have to give it up. He had been treated charged with the murder of Aaron Christian They cratic. But its influenco is no longer Sarea paril la. by some of tho best physicians in Eu- ticle by auy one of these writers is well for Chicago on a This iciating. left vermifuge. They are not food hut was extremely Adams, returned a verdict of guilty, by Democratic leaders, medicine and the best in nso to put a rope and America but got no permanent worth the price of subscription, which Of interest to investors. Read it and from there will return effective. But at this point tho stately recognized Carrollton has a mad do scare. fixing the punishment at death by bridal tour no metropolitan paper has sufhorse in primo condition o Price 25 relief. One day he picked up a newspa- is SI for weeks. and find out all about it. It is sim-p'- e to Lexington, where they will reside. maid of honor, the bride's bister, Miss and sonts per package hanging. The crime was committed fered more from an unwiso step in and the per and chanced to read an advertise- - The Silver There are a great many of the nnfoitu-nat- e and applies to all. It is not The marriage of Mr.'Tlronston and Ida Ramsey, in a superb white silk with Courier-Journa- l. May, when Matt Rainey, father of tf ones iu the world greater in number The last of the old tobacco crop is be inent of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Climax one year for $1.70. Rond and Stock investments of last Miss Wisdom was announced for last laco overdress, a de Medici collar with tho smith than tho indo-pewas implicated and at the w l.ieh it treats, but of every day life Dillard, and Diarrhoea Remedy. He got a bottle than those who aru blessed with good di- ing very rapidly delivered just now. May and invitations were issued, but pearl trimmings, carrying lillies of the If in the future it is to be an organ, let it come as such and To some people the greatest misof it, the first dose helped him and its to us all. It treats of clothing and last term of the Clark Circuit Court forty-eighours beforo tho event valle. Following came the pretty flower stop sailing under falso colors. Jes gestion. is not to be able to eat everything An Atlanta Enbrpriss of Great Merit. he was tried on tho charge nnd sen- was to tako place was ot rr wearing apparel, men's and continued use cured him. For sale by fortune it declared off maidens, Bessie Armstrong and Rosa samino to the penitentiary for life. Journal. It affords us pleasure to call especial "W. G. White, Richmond, Ky. fel3 lrn boys . What people want when tenced set before them, "I suffered for years with on account of the sudden illness of May Moherley, with baskets of white and jail pending Dyspepsia, and everythinglatedisagreed attention to the advertisement of the liy invest in clothing is to buy He is still in of Appeals. tho action the bride elect, who was said to be pink roses. A declamatory contest w ill be given in The steamer Natchez lost her stack w hero they can buy tiie best for their of tho Court with me. I was induced to try Simmons "Mother's Friend," appearing in (his the Harrodsburg graded school next Frithreatened with nervous prostration. "While this grand procession was in and rigging and was otherwise injured J. A. Lonp. Ac, Pl'ffs,, Notice of Sale -- In Big Sales. money. If they have only a few Liver Regulator and was cured. I now insue. It was gossiped at the time that the motion the music from the organ and in an accident "below Vicksburg. day night. On Petition, Equity. The Bradfield Regulator Co., of Ateat everything." 5L Bright, Madisou dollars to spend they want it to go Hon. C. . Searcy, who runs a bride's father, Mr. Ren Wisdom, ob- violins filled the house with harmony. DY virtco of a Judgment nd order of sale of lfc lanta, Ga., have at great expense issued Glad Tidings to Astina Sufferers. " the Madison Circuit Ojurt, rendered at tho i far as possible. Par:?, La. As the name indicates, Hall's Yegeta Yet at the same large assorted line of merchandise jected to the marriage because of tho At last the January Term thereof, 1S37. t appeared alone in Foley's Honey and Tar gives qnick cause, the undersigned will, in the above stylo t m they want quality. What we at Waco and has been dragging disparity of ages. Two months ago grace and beauty, and wended her way ble Sicilian Hair Renewer is a renewerof Stanford is to have a telephone ex- a most attractive and meritorious book, on free, containing infer and positive relief to all cases CW. G. which they mail have to say is, that we are in a po- along with small sales concluded Mr. Wisdom died and Miss Wisdom down tho hair, including its growth, health, change. the long aisle to the altar step SATURDAY, FEB. 27, 1897, rj.ition of the greatest value and impor "White. feb3-lsition, as wo have an Immense line that he would sCo what virtue there fell heir to an estate worth a quarter where she was met by the uroom who youthful color, and beauty. It will please Did you overtop to thiuk what indiges- tance to all ladies espectingto become! of goods in men's and boys' wear, was in printers ink. He came to this of a millioin dollars. Miss Wisdom Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m.. and 11 you. It Not a Republican has announced for o'clock, a. m., on the premises in Madison had just emerged from the right, action reallv means7 It means simply that toothers-which we are offering to the trade at office about the first of the month left Paducah ten day ago, ostensibly companied by the best man, Mr. Win. county, Ky., proceed to expose to public sale, office in Hancock countv. to the hlghsst bidder, the following described That the "Mother's Friend" is a remcry low prices. For quality they aud had some attractive bills struck to visit relatives in Missouri. Mr. The county clerks are Etill husv issu- your stomach is tried. If ourlegsaretired, property. Tit: Lilian!, of Boyle. Up to the very archwo ride. The horse and the steam engine edy wonderful in its effects, and relieves Tour Prs3cat 27eea cannot be surpassed ; yot at the same and offered his stock at greatly re- Bronston left Lexington Thursday way the couple marched and there were ing marriage licenses. do ihe expectantjnother of incredible suffIs pure, rich blood, and a strong and A do its work. Food3 CaiTbe digested tunc they cost you no more than duced prices for cash. He reports afternoon, confiding his delicato and met by the Rev. James Lane Allen, an TRACT OF LAND- healthv body, because with the approach Situated on the waters of Silver (Seek In MadiThat rasping in tho throat is a forerunof the body. AH'plants contain di- ering and robsthe final hour of confine-loeycu pay at some places for shoddy that Waco never witnessed such a agreeable mission to but few friends. accomplished divine of Danville, a cousin t.M) of its dread, pain and terror, in ot sprint: and the beginning of warmer son county, Ky., containing sixty-fogoods or cotton mixtures. What day before as last Saturday. Ho Hejeached St. Louis Friday morn- of the groom. Thus the compan3 jtood; ner of a lung irritation. In such cases Dr. gestive principles which till do this. acres, more orless. and being the dower land Bell's Pine Tar Honey gives almost of Emily M. Long the widow ot John S. Iong. Tho Shaker digestive Cordial contains fully attested hv the experience of happy weather your physical system will ycu want to do is to investigate the says tho crowd began to assemble ing. Mr. Bronstou and Miss Yisdom Lot No. T a double circle of attendants surroundSUas relief. It is fast becomin famous as digestive principles and is a preparation iootbere all over this coutincnt. radical changes. All the impuri and adjoining Jones, Lotof James Long, (A. S. Reagan, Zeke No.1, Lot Xo. 2 n:arkft and got posted on the worth early and throughout the entire day met in St. Louis on Friday and evi- ing them. Lot No. remedy forall affections of tho thront disiimed to rest the stomach. The shak conyince ties which have accumulated during Long), Long). S (Jnlia A. Ross). Lot No. 4 a A peruusal of the book will of goods. When you reach us you his force could hardly wait on the dently arranged plans for tho happy (James more definite &c. The ceremony, as beautiful as and lungs. It en! themselves have unbounded confi tny lady, and the use of "Mothers colder weather must now to expelled or reference is made toFor judgment andboundary the exhibits Rill find that we aro offering all customers. Ho says no such sum of event. any ever said in the church, was herein. dence in it that they have placed 10 cent Ifriend" cause her to become its cnthusi serious consequences will result. The TERMS. Sale will be made on a clothing, in styles, money was eyer taken in by him In As is well 'known, Charley Bron intently listen to, and when the credit ot ISHzabethtown will soon have a sample bottles on tho market, and it is istie friend, blessing the hour when first ona true blood purifier prominently in six and twelve months equally. The purchaser-wil- l at prices you have been paying for one day beforo for goods sold and ston is a native of this county, but is solemn rites ended, the roll of the telephone lino. be required to bond, wkh good secari is Hood's Sarsapa- - ty, for the payment airethe said that even so small a quantity proves ho heard of it aud was induced to use it. the psblic eye doubtful qualities? He exhibited some nowr State Senator from Fayette and organ and the symphony of the of Hadn't you delivered. if Send your name and address to The rillail Its record of cures id unequalled. nave ine lores ana enea.tpurchase mosey, ta a juagmeat. bearmajority of cases. All rather have a good wool suit that money to the Climax that looked the brilliant Much oflife's misery is due to indi- beneficial iu a vast ing legal Interest from tfeedayot stringed instruments signaled the reiradfleld Regulator Co,, Atlanta, Ga., Its stiles aro the largest in the world. A lies reserved upon said property until all Mm will hold its shape and color and at liko it might Lave been hoarded Attorney of that dibtnet. Ho has gestion; for who be happy with a pain in druggist keep it. msaey is paid. of Mr. Rnd Mrs. Mathews Allen S.E. SCOTT, jul receive in return, free, this excellent few bottle of Hood's Sarsenerilk will purchase the same time cost you no moro ' since the war. It will pay other many relatives in Madisou, among turn it o Kenney 1 Tho company filed out of hisstomach? Aoa corrective and strength-ent- :r V, - Also at .the aaae time sad ptaee tfee t'.ian cotton mixtures. "We will tako i merchants to do likewise. Got your them his mother, Mrs. T. S. Bronston, of tho alimentary orpans, Ajcr'tf Laxol is the hestraedicino for JihlldroB. took, "To Expectant Mothers," contain prendre you for spriag by par.fyisg sad Administrator. 3. A.Lear. WtU sell sfcefBtt- eHotho building and repaired, to enriepmc yorTjkod and feHHttg asd - inr pKai property: pleasure in showing you. Covington ! advertising at tho Climax if you his sistejr, Mrs. George Prowitt, and tel Glyndon whore a"M5uperb the place eCCastar kfonaattea of value to all !di3. werkar. i caw Pills are invaluable, their use being al - Doctors recomtaead supper . & Mitchell. llbsides a host of,friends. wsm.t alargo crowd. It ja- ffewzir was servedj upon a axamota ueart-- l WSv attended with marked bcafit, It other?, S&&&&SSa&&2() the celebrated cinnati shirt man, who was at White & Gibson's yesterday, took $200 worth of orders. The firm are thoir local agents the Court Houe. and hae the Bain pies and will take sold 2,400 bushels nicisureineuts of those who failed to Considerable excitement was created here on Thursday last by thcTarrest of a Rockcastle couple who had just been married by 'Squire Armer. A forged order and elopement caused the trouble but tho young folks. Thos. Parsons and Minnie Riinuiell, of "Wildic, manied just the same. However the bride's father had the groom jailed, later him, and took his daughter home. Joe Flakol, a dissipated tailor, was drowned in Gibson's pond in tho southern otskirts of this city at 2 o'clock last Sunday afternoon. The occurrence created a big sensation as it happened just back of tho University Memorial Hall where sixty young men are boarding and these turned out en masso and gave the alarm which soon attracted a hundred or so citizens to the spot. For quite a while little attention was paid the rumors and alarms given y TWITK f' at the SomeoftheQ reatest Bargains That Will be Offered by any Firm in the City are now on Sale Gladness Comes ! illti I ' - t! ' '&! r 1 r lb 1 i; to-nig- 'n. 'r al "N-- e p 8-3-- well-inform- Percales in One lot (about 35 pieces) of East Colored all the new patterns and shirting styles, are being offered at per yd. These goods are equal in quality to any 12c cales you can buy. c. nfif1 H Pr p -- 'Csimbric Percale cn cip clp 3W 36-Inc- h & V lld-aer- -- m t- - 1 4jP e .c A i 1 1 i 7JS I "VTV (til Our Frees on Carpets, Mattings and Oilcloths. A A . .i-- Norris-Sal- e. - d 3S w. D. OLDHAM & CO. l low-degre- e -- ! I d. it-- to-d- ay Mul-draug- car-loa- mem-bramo- us s. u m S2-Th- - Courier-Journ- - in-- 1 . Semi-Week- ly J- - I r-- d - 1 I 1 - - 2, I m W. m SW Mes-srs-. I .- - Semi-Week- lv ly Globe-Democr- at 1 KNIGHT-WATCHMA- 1 i Twice-A-Wee- k Courier-Journ- r al Xieht-Watchma- n, v Pills I four-year-o- p ld 1 al - - Salt-Racu- m editor-in-chi- ef al Bronstcn-V.'isdo- Van-derb- - w ilt n, 'I.s-issip- pi C.-- J. -- Iven-tuckia- n. counter-marchin- g fifty-tw- Knight-Watchm- nt ht Commissioner's Sale! bride-elec- -- m out-si- --- nt in-pt- un-der- up-to-d- long-didlnu- ce to-da- v r& y tale.-wit- , I S- ifc-l- " l .w 3b fll m . 13 II-- - ali rc . v- it v t. ! 4 & a ' j? 5i w Ar 4 -i :&;; WKStttrSi-iFSl-tf- jJjfflfcflWaMJHl gait sBMawBaKtBrmHftlMB-T- - altffafrsffJ9ZtfPi' 3fe & &2aaVsHaVjBliisBaVsH " ".Ir :s KENTUCKY Efc V.ir i iL ' U - HvTrt kKI Story. ? S S 1- A Hnortr-d Toll-Oata T- - T NEWS. THE RACE. Cor. Bradley' May Appolqt irorthtar.to IN UuUed States Senator. Xa SENATOR GOEBEL Slated for Ooveruur. According to a LonlirlU Few Appreciate the JUDGE WARNED. Ky., Feb. 13. A hundred and twenty of the citizens of Kinnicornick, Lewis county, Friday evening tore down five gates on the Forty Miles Turnpike, opening to the public the longest stretch of road in the county. One hundred raiders came to Vanceburg, waited on County Judge Hills and told him they didn't want him to interfere. Judge liillis, it is said, answered that they did right and that he would not issue warrants. 'I he raid opens a straight pike from- - Vanceburg to the Fleming line. .... mi.:n I - urcu . .n . I.!...!. m nil Via . amies iuy uiuua .f .". pikes in tho county. There will not There j likely be any interference. have been many complaints as to the condition of the pikes. VAMCEnUKG, best-known ; II M' jl ISra --i ' ' :rrrTnrsrlf7rS7?lCTr-illirTrllirnJlraiTi- J rEjJE rtilBilrmgi rttiaa rtnea pu&a ro F-'- " EiE Louisville, Ky., Feb. 10 The tip is Fbaskfokt, Ky., Feb. 0. The story Commonweal th. sent out from Lexington Monday that out that State Senator William Goeoel- to which the Ex-will make the race for governor sub- nectant Mother is Gov. Bradley is considering the ap1 ' J OFFICIAL ENTRY pointment of Lieut. Gov. AVorthing-to- n ject to the action of the democratic; exposed a the Imf Denyln-- r Iba Marleren ot Peart as ben a tor created a great deal coarcuiiuu. oeaawr uiwucis incuus foreboding- with Mad of comment here, in Ilryn a Hehearlnc view ol have been quietly arranging their Fbajckfout, Ky., Feb. 15. The of- the complications which such ac plans for a meeting in this city in tho which she looks ficial entry overruling' the appeal of tion would causa. It is not gen-- j next few days to discuss the matter, forward to the and the senator himself will bo pres- hour of woman's Icott Jackson and Alonzo Waiting was erally believed that Worthing-made Saturday morning and the.com-ed- y ton is n probability, as his appointment ent. This preliminary caucus is ex- severest trial. All of the court of appeals is ended. would mike Senator Goebel president pected to materialize at the Willard effort should be This is the action which the judges of the joint assembly, and would en- - hotel Wednesday some time, In addition to tho following which made to smooth were to have taken down Friday. All able the democrats to prevent the Senator Goebel has in his own section these rug-qfethe justices went to the statebouse election of a senator for the rest oi Friday morning, fully expecting that the term when the legislature meets in of the state it is expected that the sup- places in fife's they would hand down their ruling-extra session later on. Some of the port of all democrats will bo enlisted pathway for her. in his behalf, regardless of the differ3 ben it was discovered by Chief Jusclose friends of Gov. Worthington, ences on the money question. One tice Lewis that the newspapers of however, have strontr hopes. man who is interesting himself is a the country had learned of the court's A NEGRO prominentsilverite from Southern Kenthrough one of its members, intention and so assists tucky, and he will arrive in Louisville allays Nervousness, retort Sews From All rarta af rc - DANGER Jnsle Hills That Be Maitn't Meddle. Raiders Inform lS Ul UiS liM2 Lii LH fH'.rLsl Ii 1 wiii llPllilils- - ill I jgjl miriner to avoid sunken shoals, so .Dr. neirs As tho bell-bnmey 'ill TT i'Ai.;-ii'S:i-! . "Mother's Friend" im$imwr enables rocks and ill T H I j-tzJ- wv'V'W'WW OUR line of D MTTTT J (p, p R f& the ' ! it i L- -i CHEAP CONTRACT. wards off the serious conseSTYLES, quences of a cough neglected. It and the programme was hurriedly Narrowly bard From Uetne; Lynched by for"W'edaes ay to meet with the others Nature that the change goes stops the cough and cures the cause. Charles Jlnrton Will Oet Ooe Cent a Year III Own l'uople. changed. "I was seriously affected with acouiihfcr for Carry tho Mall. Bowling Gueen, Ky., Feb. 0. An- d ck of the m Tdtncnt in Mr. Goebel'". ward in an easv manner, without 25 years. Paid hundreds of dollars ti i doc It is agreed there will be little delay Versailles, Ky., Feb. 13. Undoubtsiir.h violent nrotest in the way of tors ana lor meaicine, mil every iiiiuk isiteu other lynching was narrowly avoided behalf. Gov. Bradley is concerned. bo far as until I tried Dr. Bell's n newspapsr man from Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy edIJ" thc cheapest contract that "Undo A Soon after the official record reaches at RockQeld. Robert Porter, a young This wonderful remwiy saved ray life." Sam" haa for transporting mails is Bowling Green, who is known to bo rnrhn,i J. B. EOS EL, Graotsborg, IlL to cheerful and the governor's office a mandate for the Negro, mistreated the wife of Mack o- - v:in j with Charles Uurton, ot fllonticello, execution of Pearl Bryan's murderers Frazer, also colored. Frazer's wife close to Senator Goebel. and is anxious 7 hopeful anticipations she passes ' K who w5U receJvj only one cent baby by her side that he should make the race, said: will be on its way to Sheriff l'lunimer, had a friends of Goebel think he is through the ordeal quickly and a year for the ne.t four years 'The and three other children were in the of Newport. ine-Tar-HoUS fEJ the man who could bring together the without pain is lelt strong ana for carrying the mail between Monti-cell- o In making the official announcement room. Ky., a distance of Nicest Line oi ROCKERS and Burnside, He is a vigorous and enabled to joyously mils Ve have the Largest and two factions of the party. A mob gathered, but Constable of the court. Judge Durelle said that is a guaranteed cuie for do'eated the mob by arresting good man for the office, and would fill perform the hicrh and holy duties 20 miles. Burton made this the points raised by Attarneys Washever brought to Ihe City. chest all throat, luntc and low bid in order to bo troubles, including as hma, ington and Crawford had already been Porter and bringing him here, where it with credit to himself and his con- now devolved upon her. Safety J Grippe, La bo sure of defeating an enemy of his. bronchitis. The whole scheme will stituents. passed upon by the court, and that no he is lodged ia jail. rs are so comfortable you reirret roup. whooping cough, Goebel to life of both is assured by the who was also an energetic applicant mm Our Dim ninill liuckt r- - keep tiie children lfaintr th. table. All dregtfiu S5o. Mq, Jl hotim Frazer was in close pursuit and ar- hatched shortly in Louisville. new points had bien brought out in Friend," and for the same star route. It will be quiet all da'. pou rtlpl t f rlc by or Mat Our has both gold and sitver men backing use of "Mother's rived at the jail ten minutes after the the petitions for rehearing. Suites make happy homes. necessary for Burton to ride or drive party leaders say the time of recovery shortened. Uur him, and what the prisoner, armed and seeking his life. "Crij-Holf- t. HUNTING A NEGRO. "I know one lady, the mother of three children, 40 miles per day, or 12,523 miles during MUWWWUWMi Our Spiiugs and Mattresses cause you lo go home early. The Negroes are much aroused at will go. greatly "It will be difficult to make the farm- who sufferedboltlo of In the birth of ech, who theyear. Ho enjoys the satisfaction me Rockfield, and if the Negroes had Mollier'a Friend of obtained a Oiir Folding Beds will not hurt you. FnrttlT Attacked a Woman, and It -- 26 Traexl to Mercer Coantj-- . Ky. caught Porter there would have cer- ers support him at first because he is a. before her fourth conflncment,andwKreheTed however, of knowing that he has -- , Our Foldins Couches afford the greatest pleasure. their labor must bo quicily. AU agrees thnt G. rotniLL, was shorter knocked out tho "other fellow." gold man. Public sentiment Nicholasville, Ky., Feb. 15. Chas. tainly been a lynching. Macon,Ga. Jodk Our Wire Cots don't f:u"l to see. educated to right about face and this and less FtiafiU." Thompson appeared before City Judge Ohio River Rlilnc at Lonlsvlllo. READY TOFEU KILLING OF A MERCHANT. Sent by are great variety. will be accomplished through tho BOTTLE. Mall, on receipt of price, $1D0 KHS" Our Secretaries and Book-case- s Crutcher Sunday and made affThos. Book-TKXPECTANT MOTH Louisville, Ky., Feb. 9. The Ohio idavit, in which he stated that a Negro river is rising here at the rate of three !owcr of tho press. Mark my word, mailed free, containing valuable Information One Man Cnnfecaes, Hot Several Others Our Side boards all new and haml.-omand voluntary testimonials. Are Implicated. named Chas. Taylor, who lives on an inches an hour and the danger line Goebel w ill be the next governor." s will just finish your In!! Our Mt. Sterlino, Ky., Feb. 1& The adjoining farm to his niece, Lucinda will soon be reached. Heavy ice is The qradfield regulator co..atlanta.g NEW ENTRIES ALL DRUGGISTS. SOLO BT coroner's inquest was held Friday over of Franklin county, Ky., running here, but the gorge at LeavenThompson, fSjin "5-the body of J. M. Cockram, a mervisited the house of the woman during worth, 40 miles below, still holds, Tor the Sttkrs at the Sprln- - 3Ietlnr at L'llncton, Ky. Oar factory on Laurel Street in liich- Our stock cohsi.-l- s of too much to mention each item and all that is necessary, is for ji.u chant, who was shot and killed last the absence of her husband, drew a blocking all lower river traffic. The 3iioiii is now rtinninc, ami we aie Lexixotox, Ky., Feb. 10. President ON WHEELS. Tuesday night at the house of Mrs. l. yive - ;i call, and we can 1'urinMi j on anything 3011 may wish for. vicious looking dirk and attempted to ferry boats began running again Mon-dajirepared to fill orlern fort btoftlie filial Young, of the Kentucky association, assault her, but was foiled in the atnichwaymnn Hold Up Society Peopl- - Oo- - Nathan Kennedy. Bury Haywood was BuckThe New Orleans steamer arrested, charged with the crime. The tempt by. a pedestrian who was at- eye State, which was badly damaged has received home additional entries a rioagint Spin. tracted to the scene by the woman's by ice in Little Blue river Sunday, was to the stakes for the spring 1,meeting. Ky., Feb. IL The most verdict charged Henry Hawking, Robt. o! Biduani," Complete. Our the day They were made February cries. Thompson and neighbors organbet of highwaymen it Chambers, Robert Sheppard and John hauled off shore Monday and tied up in the entries closed, and arcs as follows: ized a searching party and gave chase, the ice harbor at Hawesville. America is operating in this city Smith with conspiracy to the murder L. &. G Straus Stake Burlesque, i 'I hey foil wng the Negro to Mercer county, are mounted on bicycles, theii and ordered their arrest. The men "1. U. C and Hoy Killed Uluumf. Panmure. Bemp and 'field of operations is the fashionable were in the courtroom at the time and where he eluded them, but is believed Phoenix Hotel Stake Remp. Lexixotox, Ky., Feb. 9. In the j to be hiding here. ITjrinjUTItrinnnrTiliriruUtrUTXLrLrLn LT the outskirts of th they were ell placed in charge of offii rum n ru vrLrLruxru urrurrLru urrixiJiJuruTrinjTn inirLTLru heme of Mrs. Charles Effinger, on Pepper Stake C. T. Patterson's b. f., boulevards on victims "Pair o! Jacks" city and their are the young cers. Haywood confesses to the shoot- HOUSES. SUBTERRANEAN North Limestone street. John Ileadlcy by Hanover Hypocrite. incr. "Melbourne Stake W. M. Wallace's, society folks who have been taking -. Two Ilnce Ckm of Aborlclncs Found and Lee McDuff, the former 10 and IS" i 'advantage of the mild weather of th I the latter nine, wcro left alone. There b c., by Longstreet Exile and ch. c, last few days to engage in th-Brarulp, tlirepcrailpc. AW can we von ' FHJG XurLtirrenctburc. Ky. LEXINGTON MYSTERY. i pleaLawrencebuiio. Ky., Feb. 15. Two was a pistol lying on the dresser, and by Rayon d'Or Independence; Dunn & sures incident to wheeling monrv. .. tn'l uw a trial onler; you -will STr? JL niuuinn ruxnnsisi nnn rurn nruTjiriri ruxruojijirLrtruTrin nrtrurrLarLrLruT'iri irLnnrxj rtrmnru- - nr Baby's Body ;Fonnd In n Jar in an Old parties. T...1 :.i caves of a size to make them import- when Mrs. Effinger returned McDuff Cirter's ch. c., Creedmore, by MeloIron Safe. The first attack was made upon Mr. ant were found ia Kentucky this week. was dead with a hole through the back drama Alice Jennings. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 12. Preserved, fially pleafaetl to hear from country uier Henry Mason while spinning out the FURNITURE AND MORTICIANS. One is in the Chaplain river bottoms, of his head. The coroner's jury reciianis. A MERCHANT Third street boulevard. After hav- in a jar of alcohol tho body of a only a few miles sou thwest of turned a verdict of death by an acciRoss, White babe was found in an iron AuaMlnatnd Vfhlln Standing lnHU Store ing robbed him these twentieth cenhere, and the other on the old dental shot tired by his own hand. tury highwaymen punctured his wheel safe Thursday. Three years ago tho Door at Jeffersnnvlllr. The E'.lis place, near Milldale. 40 Kichmon'd, Ky. Porter' Horrible Crlm". Mt. Steiiuno, Ky., Feb. 10. James w th a kni'e so as to prevent suc Carter County Coal company deserted first contains many stone relics, Bo .lino Gr.EEX, Ky., Feb. 9. Robt Cockram was assassinated the office at No. 2S4 east Main street, cessful pursuit. Mr. Mason thought vBavqosCstisnmwrasvnrsHBMBHi while standdistance from the en- I r..e.--, colcred, was lodged in jail here an I no ntng ot the approach of tne leaving therein an old iron safe. The BRIDGSFORD'S trance has a nicely finished room of or- eaily Monday morning, charged with ing in his store door at Jeffersonville, tafi ybfl. Condinary dimensions- It is walled with snmtnally assaulting the wife of Mack in this county. Tuesday evening at wheelmen until they began to close office was then taken by the stone that has been dressed, and the Fraier, also colored. The victim was T."J0 o'clock. Undertaker Georgd C. in en him and one of them struck him sumers' Ice company, and used until &i m RANGE. floor is composed of solid rock. This sick in bed, having given birth to a 1 astin and Deputy Marshal R. F. on the back of the head with a hand-- about a year ago. All the while the safe remained g. He fell upon the boulevard and It'.astin, of this city, have gone to the "i work it doubtlees that of the prehis- :hild only live days ago. The officer i SEE THEM I 1 the lamp from one of the wheels- - wag laden with dust and unused in a cortoric moundbuilders. The E.lis farm say that Porter virtually admitted his scene of the murder. They are ex11. Eastin EXAMINE THEM! cave also has a huge room, and, it is guilt. But for a stratagem, planned pected with the remains at 5:39 o'clock kept in his face to blind him. Af tei ner. Thursday Mr. Preston J'URCHASE THEM! said, has an iron door at the entrance by the officer in charge, a lynching Wednesday morning. 2o clew to the the robbery one of the men said that visited the office to get the old safe fort. KE PATS THE he would now be compelled to do some- shipment to tho coal company at murderers has been found. would have resulted. Dynamited a The door was unlocked, and thing which as a wheelman he regretFnJLNKFOBT, Ky.. Feb. 15. The BOILER LETS GO. ted very much. He proceeded to punc- when he pulled it open the babe in tho Crnsh'd by PSy&PGASZdZJ . e on raiders b ew up the Hvden, Ky., Feb 0 The ice has ture the tire. jar was the ghastly sight which met his Up the Lexington Jail OQce Six Lawrenceburg pike at 1 o'clock caught in a bend in the mi Idle for'c of Tearing the I'eraona Injured. Two nights ago two parties of soci-et- v gaze. SV J "iSrtfrV?1!?! . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . Sunday morning with dynamite. the Kentucky river at this point, an 1 people were held up, over to PoThe matter was Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 10. A boiler but is "blocked" for nearly three miles. An exploded under the jaii office Tuesday gling couples being cut several strag lice Lieut. Jackson,turned hopes to solve They did not molest the who off left a notice saying the house would unknown man was seen to start to morning, injuring J as. Rogers, prob-aol- y main body by the maneuversfrom the the mystery of its presence in the safe. i". Pi of th again col- wilk across, and when ne neared the not le spared if toll was fatally; Capt. Lon Hill, Dr. Alvin highwaymen on wheels. He says he has already a clew to the lected. This gate was removed once middle of the btream the ica gave way Duvall and others who were in the ofS$SSSSSSSSS$SS$JSS3SS$ identity of the child. before, but had been replaced. STATE'S PRICE ani his legs were caught an i crushed. fice slightly. NO. 8 SEGOND STREET, WANTS DAMAGES. He cri"d for helo, but the people were Dollar Io a I'otato. The jail office was torn up, but only For Toll Roads Regarded as Too Hlcb tu Phone.No. 3. one prisoner in the cell apartment was Lexisotox, Ky., Feb. 15. Thomas compelled to w tness his death. RICHMOND. KY. by Garrard County. For the next THIRTY DAYS we will William Mnrdls l'ropoaes to Get Even McNamara, of this city, while assortinjured. I" 'J J Nicholasvii.le, Ky., Feb. 11. A I omr Unknown. a Kentucky Mob. With Fa'r resell ing potatoes, found a peculiar looking Jay Robinson, deputy jailer, had joint meeting of the stockholders and LiX'Nf.iOV. hy., Feb. 9. Capt R. II. Clinton, Ky., Feb. 12. Suit was no tuber, which he laid aside. After he Fitzhugh, who has for a number of both hands injured; John Roth, knee directors of the Lexington and e filed in the Hickman circuit court here gardless of cost to make room for was through work he cut the potato years interested himself in the care hurt; Jim Mason, a colored prisoner, 0 turnpike was held here Wednes- this week by William Mordis for NEW YORK WORLD, SOU open and found safely embedded withreceived a gash on The forehead. CO day to seta price on the 17 miles which Samuel Spring Stock which will soon be in damages against and industrial training of the colored in a silver dollar with the date "18S5" orphans and abandoned children of ' run through Oarrard county, where Bard, Edward Bard, II ay den K Deserted Her Child. EDITION. and ask yon to come and get them at engraved thereon. free pikes have been voted. The road Lexington, received Monday a check NicnoLASviLLE, Ky., Feb. 10. DeThomas Carver, John Car00)9S. 13 Pases a Week. 156 Papers a Year. Kentucky Fen!oner. Philadelphia tective IL A. Welch has just succeeded is the most important in the state, ver, Haze Carver, John Shepard, for J2.000 from a wealthy almost your own price for CASH. Washington, Feb. 15. Ihe fo'low-in- g woman, to be used in improving the in capturing Hattie Fields, a Negro and the controlling interest is owned Bannister Prindy, William nampton, .COs) ' weekly' papers in by the state. The republican officials Archibald Carver, James Jones, John pensions for Kentuckians have Colored Orphans' home. rroman, who wilfully deserted her It stands first among Our Annual Clearance Sales are very SOLD l,M size, frequency of publication and freshness, been allowed: Original John V. Patbabe. The heartless appointed by Gov. Bradley represented McGee, Henry Hamlet, Chas. Bowe-Dying by Inched. popular, as we have always given the state in Wednesday's meeting. The Sidney Bard and Richarif Bard. Morvariety and reliability of contents. It is practiWoodford. Increase terson. Nonesuch, & Walton, Ky., Feb. 9 Legrand mother was found at Keen, a village price agreed on, RICHMOND. cally a daily at the low price of a weeVlj ; and RaSrLi -and which Garrard dis charges these men vtith kukluxing Divid Jordan, Louisa, Lawrence. Urooks. n hotel clerk of the six miles south of this city. She was value received. its vast list of subscribers, extending to every Original Widows etc. Mary Ewell, Phoenix, is literally dying by inches. formerly of Danville, Ky., where she county will be asked to pay for thc him. On January 27 last, Lydia Carver, State and Territory in the Union and foreign road, is S2.000 per mile, including a half daughter of John Carver, a farmer IViducah, McCracken; Sally Campbell, His esse is a remarkable one and the bore the name of Mary BelL Mr. We are prepared to meet lowest prices countries, will vouch for thc accuracy and fairGrapevine, Perrj . doctors are all agreed that no similar Welch will take his prisoner to tho interest in the bridges which span of this county, was assaulted by a fiffiTTfl ness of its news columns. Negro. on groceries of all kinds, for cash. case has ever been reported. His legs latter place "Wednesday, where sho the Kentucky and Dix rivers. It is reThi I'rmld-n- t Duck lluatln;. It is splendidly illustrated and among its liably stated that this is greatly in exis wanted by thc authorities for deserMordis was suspected of knowing ) are dead up to his knees, and putrefacWiDh'WATER.Va., Feb. 15. The lightpage, exspecial features are a fine humor 5 . cess of what Garrard county is willing the criminal, taken to the woods and ' ? .i. haustive market reports, all the latest fashions house steamer Maple dropped anchor tion has already taken place in his feet tion. to pay. The road having such strong tortured to force a confession. Mor Get Seven Years. niack for women and a,lonu series of stories by the off idewater station, on the Rich- and ankles. Lebanon, Ky., Feb. 10. As soon as backing, a bitter fight is promised be- dis has hired a lawyer and bought a greatest living American and English authors. mond, Fredericksburg & Potomac rail EON. C. T. CALDWELL, fore a mutual price is adjusted. Dur- Winchester rifle. troops reached Lebanon, Black was Con' ax Doylk, Jerome K. Jerome, road, Saturday morning at 8:30, with MOUNTAIN TRAGEDY. MakyE. VTiixiks, presented in court and pleaded guilty ing the quibbing over the matter raidStanley Weysian, Lnulsililtf Iujbico Market. President Cleveland and Col. Lamber-lo- n ers will likely take a hand, as Garrard's Asthoxy Hope, Beet Harte, on board. The president came to Will S'.mpton Stabbed by Wllic Collins In to attempted rape. He was given sev-;- n county Louisville, Ky., Feb. 13. The to- of Parkersburg, W. ra., RecomafSJ judge has been warned that the bacco market continues strong and acBr voter Matthews, Etc. years, the limit, and the militia imHarlan County. shoot ducks from the blinds off tho Eroad must soon be free. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. We offer this unequaled newspaper and THE Pineville, Ky., Feb. 12. Will Simp- mediately started back with him to i famous Arkadele farm, three miles tive. The offerings Friday morning mends Wrights Celery CLIMAX together one year for St.SO. Th'i regwas stabbed by Wilk Collins, in Louisville. The husband of the Neere of a high class, and brought good south of Widewater. Tho president son HER NECK BROKEN. ' ular subscription price of thc two paqcrs- is Capsules. prices. and party went immediately to the Harlan county. The wound inflicted gro's intendad victim had a gun on his T tal sales 1.0JS hhds., classiiua 2S SS.0O. Aged Ltdy Thnt blinds and commenced shooting. The at first was pronounced by medical person in the courtroom, but this was Indications dered an Kentucky. Was Mur- fied as follows: Burley 90S, dark 50, In I7HJ m ithj fti m trnj w m m president is evidently having fine authority to be a mere scratch. It taken away from him. There was no Hodoenville, Ky., Feb. 11. News original insnection 802, reviews lfc6. W. TA., r.VKKERSDCCG, BO YEAn3 .port, with bright prospects lor the was a cut with a barlow knife across iemonstration against the Negro. Rejection . T .u sdav 17. was brought here Wednesday afterEXPERIENCE. mo oacK near tue kiuucj, uul ouujauu day. IV m. Itlack Safe In the Fen. January 20, 1995. noon of the mysterious death of Mrs. lll.lnrr Gts S9.UO0. claimed that it was fatal, and pre10. AVilliam round Coin Lone Unrled. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. Ky.. Feb. 13. The Tiik Wiugiit Med. Co., RrsELLViLLE dicted that he could not live to see the Clack, the Negro who was convicted Kitty Warren, an old lady.who resided l, r eta Kokoiio, Ind., Feb. 15. Robert in the eastern end of the county. When C20.O0O damage Suis of Norman Kilner third day. He vranted his friends to io promptly in Lebanon Tuesday, arwho operates a grain elevator Columlms, Ohio. Mrs. Warren's body was found her face against th-- LiuLsville & Nashville railut Galveston, north of here, came to send for hi mother, who lived in rived here Tuesday afternoon before 5 was cut and bruised and her body was road wai decided Friday afternoon in Gentlemen: I have beeJ using town and deposited old coin that was Wythe county, Virginia. They failed s'clock in charge of the deputy sheriff otherwise At the inquest favor the pUiatiff, awarding him Wright's Celery Capsules since NovemOCa found on his farm. In blowing up an to summons his mother, and on tho nd guarded by seven soldiers of the it was discovered that her neck damages. Hilner lost a leg in a ber, 1594. and find them to be a hal TRADE MARXS, CO old stump with dynamite the men were third morning, as Simpson predicted, Louisville legion. He was placed in e 1 ESICN3, been broken. 1 he testimony of a num- freight wreck near Moore Station surpri.ed to see a glittering shower of he breathed his last. The altercation the penitentiary at once to terve out B I first beiran taking tlieni COPYRIGHTS Jte. G3.. years ago. ber of her sons at the coroner's inquest CO was over an ax which they used in his seven-yeAnyone sendlnjt a sketch and description mar ailver coin fly up from under the roots. term for assaulting Mrs. was so absurd that it was discarded. while at Hot Springs. Aik, under treatquickly ascertain, free, whether an Invention is purposes. Clark in Marion county. Fifty-si- x half dollar pieces have been cutting trees for logging probably patentable. Communications strictly 9 Just opened on Secon d ment for Sciatic Hheumatisru, Liver and confidential. Oldest aecacy for securing pat inti Evidence was given to the effect that THE MARKETS. found. Thc new est coin bears date of Collins has disappeared. Floor Mill Unrned. In America. We hare a Washington office. . the woman had fallen against a small ...39JC Stomach trouble, Constipation illicit I Oott. 75 1822, showing it to have been buried Patents taken through Munn 4 Co. recelra ... ,ca Cl,,f .,f !. r..,...l Newport, Ky., Feb. 10. At an early tabic, causing her death. The coroTo Teat LoctI Option. special notice In the UI1CCI ,11 11IC SlitllU re- ClNClSSATL Feb. 13. had been a long sufferer. I found the -years ago. ! Kv., Feb. 12. Tho hour Wednesday morning Newport Georgetown. -Flouh Sprlnsr fancy, 173 J I 10: spring Celery Capsules gave me great relief ner's jury returned a verdict to the efa 94 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Gtadbtoue Speak. The fect that Mrs. Warren ha I bi.en foully family. 3 4tf3 70. spring pjtint, H3V34.70; tly occupied by T. j grand jury Wednesday afternoon found was visited by a S10.000 blaze. 09 bpantlfnllr illustrated, largest circulation of London, Feb. 15. Mr. Gladstone, three indictments against each of the fire almost totally destroyed the j. 3: winter IttO. fancy, year; dealt with. Investigat on will at once family. patent. H extra. Ji7oi-)- : 1115 grade, from the beginning and have uaftl them rny sci cntloc journal, weekly, terms 3J0U aILUiD 3 15x173: low i9 L50sLx xnontbs. Speclmpn copies and . Funday telegraphed to the Daily ChronMilling Cc's mill at 11th and Uhenault. AH poods for viofollowing Book: ox J'atk.vts sent free. Addreu tiWu3.70; rje. Northwestern. dc ever since. 'With pleasure, acd : "Ido not lating the saloonkeepers, law; Geo. Monmouth streets. The fire started on be made by the authorities. icle the following message: -- ..SO local option citv. ti&J373. I recommend them to any and MUNN & CO., Will Sn- - for Hum tires. c3 dare to stimulate Greece when I can Cole. John Howard, W. E. Pullen and j the the third floor of the mill from unco all suffering with like afflictions or AVntAT No, t rel. nominal, at S8&S9c: new and sold as low 3G1 Uroailna), Ncir York. aj either Feankfort, Ky.. Feb. It Preparanot help her, but I shall profoundly Corbin & Laerr (the Hotel Lan-- ( known causes. It is thought, however, 2 red. on truck, sold early in the day at 83 Vi c 2.V27 .. tions are being made by the persons Coun Sales: No. J mixed, track. 23c; No. i of them. Very truly yours. 1 hope the rejoice at her success. W aiiv in the marlcet lor 09a. Local option was passed in that it was due to spontaneous com0Ot injured in Tuesday's boiler explosion white, track, 2JJUC No. 3 white, track, : powers will recollect that they have caster). ' bustion. Ciiahi.es T Calwvei.1.. 8 this county several months ago, and to sue tho county for heavy damages E3Hc Sales: Sample, mixed, Wanted-f- in lb. ir own character to redeem " Idea Co ...93 or Oats fs. track. I7fc; since that time the licenses of the four Jackson and Walllnc Vtlll Have No Kt- - for not providing the jail with Sold by T. S Hagati, Drumn:. Trice No. 3. mixed, track, Vli&lic. More R.l 31 1U Krsntn- -. Protect Tour Idras: they may bring ou wealth. -hearln?. houses named above have expired, but a sa e heating apparatus. The adHoes select butchers. J 1 502 IK: fair tc 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug- Write JOHN WEDDEKBDRN & CO, Patent Attorg Pittsbukou, Feb. 15. Two more their licenses were renewed by the Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 10. Judge ...139 neys, Washington. I. C for their Jl.aX) priu oiler to.. good packers', iHStlAiO, lair to good light, store and get free sample. ministrator of J. C Rogers will prob6- IS ot two hundred InTcntlons wanted. and list eci rail mills were put in operation at city council and the county court, and has written an opinion on the 13 4Si53. common and roughs. 99 CS9.. Carnegies Edgar Thomson steel works they have been selling whisky ever: Jackson and Walling cases, and it is ably sue for S25.00O, and the others S3) to good shippers, tX7S4.50; 9 Cattle Fair sue Sea i at Braddock Sunday night, giving em- since. These cases will test the laws said here on good authority that the who were but slightly hurt willsays none o! the best oa sale: good to choice wS9 for smaller amounts. The jailer butchers. 13.85 i4.10; fair to medium butchers, S5J men. At J. Painter & on the question. ployment to decision will be handed down Wednes39 he had told the proper authorities a S125175: common. US0&3.01 a)) day, overruling the petitions for rehons iron and steel works, additional Sheep and Lambs Sheep Extras. J 125 0C Shot and Killed by Ilia .Son. We have no books departments emploing 300 or 403 men, hearing. Judge Hazslrigg's opinion dozen times of the unsafe condition of J1.50. good to choice. $3.S0&t.l5: common to the boiler, but a new one was not purv Ulr. 2.501.3o; yearlings, fl.003150. Limbs Bariioursville, Ky.. Feb. 12. resumed Monday morning. was read Monday afternoon in consul" chascd, hence there will be good Kxtras, I&0025.10. good to choice. Si 00 5.10; - 40 50c. anil SI prrbox, G (or (5. Thursday morning about nine o'clock tation. can therefore se & Conductor Killed. -Jajmess Pils gintment. 25 and 9 common to fair, 1.5024 2i grounds for recovery. 18, living at Acelinger, aged 9U Navigation Kesamed. 5Cc. per box. Japanese Liter Kent, O., Fob. 15 Thomas Smith, Aaron five miles north of here, shot Vkal CALVE3 Fair to good light, 14.733 -- . c Lovell, Ptllets. SO Lowest Prices for est- e9 Ky , Feb. 10. The ice Louisville, Three Men Drowned. S.75: extra. IdOO: common and large. tZiO an Erie freight conductor, was run his father, Richard Acelinger, to death a TVb BlvoTrrltten Will cure aAllclnd of rils. WTir nfTer with thr 4.50. gorge in the Ohio river at Wolf creek Paintsville, Ky., Feb. 11. Andrew over In the Erie yard and badly a9 fi'fil.OO boies.to refund thn,mnnr it not nrel. Dialled to any Blta.. -- es Unwashed fine merino, 10311c psr Ktiaranteo with olX'rice. Tio JapinsePlleCareComyany,buPaul,Allaa. with a revolver. Young Acelinger had near Leavenworth broke Monday night Wilson, Preston Hall and Henry Brown, Wool All goods fresh from jCTT ou receipt mangled. He live! 30 minutes He was eg clothing. 13314c: medium, e by some means got the pistol into his and navigation has been resumed io of this county, were drowned in Pike lb: quarter-bloo-d 20 years old, and hai a wife and two tz delaine and clothln;. 13JHc: braid. "ijl le: liy W. G. White, Druggest, Richmond, Ky. BSold possession, and his father was trying the lower river. -- 86 'the citv anu a. county. They had been on a spree for medium combing, 14'ilSc. Washed. nn machildren in Galion. C38 to persuade him to give the pistol up, inii OH Strike Sear CMtl'tUborR. several days and had started across tho rina X to XX, 13c: medium clothing., lraiSo: ...jt Death of Mrs. Amanda Thomas. e give him that long comb In Hil'c; supply received daily. vj cv Catlettsbueo, Ky., Feb. IT It is ru- when he said he would 99 Big Sandy river oa the ice on their delaine dfleece. 15l(o:low, 133Hc: commoa Danville, Ky., Feb. 12. Amanda and mored that the oil struck on Brown's much of it and fired a bullet through -- as choice. 19i. aged 75 years, wife of J. H. horses. The ice was beginning to thaw. coarse, 1213j; D. CHENAUUT cS CO. farm here last week is seeping out at his father's heart. The boy fled, and Thomas, died Thursday morning. Sho When they wero about half way across -New Yobk. Feb. IS. 0 QCe o M ly, the top o." the well. There seems no made his wav toward the Tennessee ' Thomas, mother of Warren Laruo the ice gave way and the men and - WnKAT No. 2 red. -was the 3 line, in hopes of escaping the pursuing 80a 0a8l3Je: July,7H't'"8Ve. doubt that the oil is in paying quantiNo trace -- S3 e 2. 28!4e9?;o. May. 29tfc. auiircuiu wiuuiauucr ui buu horses went down together. loits-- Na ties now, as it could hardly force itself posse. ...cC of them has been found. It is supposed ana western. 21330c. Miy, 2t; Oats state Knights Templars. -- 93 tVh ukr Truat in unN'W a through the sand and up 1.400 feet that when the ice broke it washed ilKc :9 Skeleton Under a Stone, Louisville. Ky., Feb. 12. A meetless there was considerable oil there. PrrrsBtJRGH. Pa.. Feb. 13. bodies into the Ohio. V. Paintsville, Ky., Feb. 11. Intense heir good. c4.5) il 75; CATTLS Prime. ing of a number of prominent distilState Troop W 111 Cmrd Hlark. 0 W tid- - tutchsrs. i in 1.15: (air, tXoiZio; was caused Wednesday at agreement satisfied with Sllllersbnrs; College Failure. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 9. William lers notby the Kentuckythedistillers to excitement Floyd county, by the findba.ls ctag and cows. ii00 VL50. Loynesville, Ky.. Feb. 12. Rev. Cadesman Paris, Black, the Negro who has been here signed Hoes frime medium l TVJja 83. be York-erv eip9f909C99eoie99oeee99O6999C9dee3cco Qv ing of a skeleton, supposed to be that 18 months proprietor of tho their production i7la3.7a: p.g4, KM3165; heavy 150J for safe keeping, will be returned to limitheld here Thursday.for Ibey will of a peddler, who is supposed to havs Pope, college, assignea Millersburg to 3.i0 roughs. i50ai2S. Female was Lebanon ednesday lor trial. A ded westerns, t3.85fti.I5 prima been murdered and robbed on a moun- t O. G Pope. Assets about 25,00u; lia iiiKEP take steps toward tachment from thc Louisville Legion whbjky trust to the formation of a tain near that place six or seven years bilities about natives. SL1344.25 goad. $3.9JftL10. fair. t3.S0 limit the production will accompany him. j3 7J: culw and commoa, $15) iXZZ; choice A stonemason named Layne, Killing Docs and Hoes. and to regulate the price in Kentucky. ago. Iambi, ic.03ub.tb commoa to good, g4.00al.90; Convict Fonntt Dd In Hl Cell. Ky., Feb. 13. In- calves, v&OOS&tsa Thomas Sherley is at the head of the while searching for stone for building Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 9. David movement. purposes, on turning up a large stono tense excitement is reported from tho McClam, a convict from Rockcastle found the skeleton. Ihe right arm, , Antioch neighborhood, in the eastern Smallest and YjodcmI Culprit. county, serving Jour years for manWnrrESBURO, Ky., Feb. 12. Henry right leg and three of the ribs on tho section of this county, over the pres- slaughter, was found dead in his cell Hollingsworth, the son of a reputable, right side of the chest werebroken. encu of. mad dogs, by which other Kentucky. in JSTZ'-- y Monday morning, neart disease. dogs, as well as hogs and cattle, had citizen of Line Fork, this county, is niew His Brains Out. Kentucky aallx rs. confined in jail here on a charge of Beooksville. Ky Feb. 11. Charles been bitten before the rabid animals Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 9. Auditor shooting his cousin some time ago. nlJ..t enn n( WillUm Tin. ' WITH killed. Persons who drank the Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Stone lias called the state board of The prisoner is perhaps the youngest gett, one of the county's most prosper- - j milk of these bitten cows are terribly Main. Stpoot, equalization to meet here Wednesday and smallest culprit ever confined in ous farmers, living near Milford, Ky., scared, and are in consulation with Successor to Collins & Fox, Halls and Entrance are Marble and Tiling-othe Finest Quality. to begin work on county assessments. jail in Kentucky. Ho is only nine committed suicide by blowing his the doctors as to how to escape the Opposite Glyndon.) rabies. All the dogs and many of the years old and weighs less than fifty brains ont with a shotgun. Richmond, Ky. Col n in b la and Amphltrite at Charleston. 2000 Yards of Brilliant. New Velvet Carpet Adorn tie Fleers hogs and cows in the infected neigh- Country Produce Bought and pounds. A Blaze at Carlisle. Charleston, 8. C., Fob. 9. The borhood have been shot. 111. Another legislator - - - OF PAKL0R3 AND UPPER HALLS. - - Lexington, Ky., Feb. It Fire Wedcruiser Columbia and monitor Amphi-trit- e Ky., Feb. 12. HorKiNSViLLE, nesday morning in tho business porMexican Pensioner Dead. "73 sighted off the bar. Cash Market Sold Highest have been yf. Morgan, representative-elec- t tion, of Carlisle, Ky., caused a loss of Feankfort, Ky., Feb. ia Newton They do not appear to have sustained Office and Dining-Roo- m Beautifully Decorted and Bril- Christian county, republi- about $20,000 worth of property, Tvith Dean, a veteran of the Mexican war, from Price Paid, any damage in the recent storm. The died in tho city workhouse Friday flagship New York and tho Maine are can successor to Hon C M. Brown, only fair insurance. Hantly Lighted critically ill of pneumonia morning, at tho hour he was to bo not yet reported. It will be impossi- deceased, is at James Rogers Dead. Era, 12 miles from here. his home ble to communicate with the ships for at IVu'KF0RT, Ky.. Feb. IL James taken before the city court to answer Its Equipments throughout are without a Superior in the South, rate of some time yet. The New York and The latest information is that the Eoge.", who was blown up in the ex- to the charge of drunkenness. He reAJAX TABLETS POBinVELY CUBE DUeate Falling A.Ulfmu 81plenee. etc., c&nsed about 24 hours overdue, chances are against his recovery. Hn plosion of a loiler at the county jail ceived his pension money Thursday, Maine are now . . . Charges Considered. . . . Morgan is a candidate for and his celebration caused heart 7 Airaw or (bcr xuuuflv ua jnair according to Adm. Bunce's schedule. Tuesday, died Tuesday night. cxetion antl THE GREATEST Tftv quickly or surety nriniarv to be held February 20. in tht DR. COTTON BOOT AND failure. restore .LMt v llAll&r in old noBt. ana DISCOVERY OF Scarlet Fer-'- EpMerolc Indiana Postmaster. fit msa for stady, traslaess or marriage. I THE AGEi Found a Stoni Shoe. 'Prarant Insanltr and CcHumnDtlon if "WAsnixoTOJ!, Feb. 8. M. A. Lieland Eminence, Ky., Feb. IL The public (INJECTION. Original ukfin In tima. Thftlrnns thorn immediate lmDrova- .,. ... Nicrolabville, Ky., Feb. 13. A raent and effect a CUKE where all other fail Cnrca In I to 4 days, tnnse. v .. . tENHYROYAL as postmasn closed temporarily ana schools bave was Monday commissioned J;. dtato la effect; qnlck t. (cum. npen baring the sesame Alwc Have W. Jlofeuj nd Alr. Mary Weston tret. stone shoe, found by Thos. Cratch-fiel- haTocaredthouMBdssndwlllcaMjmi.Tablets Titer inThis Recent Improvement. account o 8carietTevcr. WeslTeapoa-lUrter at Prescott, Shelby county, Ind. Accoutre preventlTe. r(ka be HM 1.... All.. I LJ.. ... T.i.l!t fntMM.hJ mg uc on the cliffs of the Kentucky In Srilwin TClUfals and written goarantM to effect a core jM T marrieu, timci earrleet is real pocket, alt com- iui over j83 years lottos Boot and Body to Be Cremite.t. Tfc each case or refund the noser. PrieeWBHiMr jtssrtoiu renme X'liia. iter Berei 6areiet6t$ikf At Portland, Ore., F, W. Bmckley, knot " Tho bridegroom is or tix pks far ISJQ. Br GkekK'Iastlk, Ind., ,Feb IL The r.vcr,'is on display here, and, is attract- paesaeei Main wraosar. (tall treeteie&t) Brice.Clralar :r&a and aerer mjare. vson seeftlBt Xaitr4tiauaing universal attention. '"The stone is mail, in IAV DPMPflVr1 of the husband of the.successful claimant of age, and this k his fourth matrionlal body oDr."-(VC- . . Hee-- A Smythe will be t&kea . W l", WV. in Biythe aiUioas t Ssn,Fran vesture, wntle tne uriue is in, tb to CisciaaaUrTBursday, after the fu- - aaexact raprni&tiesV'of ctha human XMMI )MWMCo,Sl.FMl,tlH. ?, to the '4 Sttti. too, ditMi at 3:15 Friday ffiorsing' et iifkfcorhod of SO years, and llM fer Hl,ln Bkluo4, Ky., Mrrifc ia tkla eitr, aad'wiU In; loot &m ta Doai,UM mm mm ItiduMaa.'Xjr. MT&dd by ,W. O. White, J s ui . teMMrrrtd Wfor " - .. W"ssl Mfc SLLm rtsMvvo' ?;Htrffcr 1J """. tt !tf "IS Ijf r Jf " a. I well-know- ;,. DK BELL'S ld P 0on9f Fo reset im 7M Jed-ioo- I all the LATEST z,Ir UiMf TD TJT I p. K r-,- i ' Dc-vin- ey unpre-cendented- ly V ii i ni O SUPPLY THE TRADE Hat-rack- 24 I ii- v. ifnr te "Mb " p m ll IP II --i ' Undertaking Department is Always IS jrt-l- ts: UGHANAN 3 AND KIGSERSTAFF.i 1 . 17- four-months-- 0 mm - b ECONOMIST ! ?vX ,Ui 98l Ml rv nt Alta-mon- Tol.-Uat- e. toll-ga- te toll-gat- !. FREIGHT. DRINKS. '9THEm' toll-hous- e, Mmm -,- X X o 1 Boots H Shoes ? Boots and Shoes ip SALE OF Dan-vil- $30,-00- Don-aho- e, H THRICB-A-VEE- m s, iHI.M i well-know- vi mmm (Wp fft 1 mm mm pa 3 I I j? Fr eeman Jan2T-4w orotners, y - m - . ajgppiQpJB jIMBftiJarja7tlJsraftlJrrtij a a m rJjpil iir iliJsii!lJMl I Con-wel- ; S9,-0- raaH MilM recom-mende- tl. sav-trj.- ar es. ld CO 12.603-173- unso-lirite- d, i e.. 83. 3. 03i. -- ry'.vs vr4 A O, :' SSS Haz-elrig- e,.. C9. Oe. yji ?S aa .i9 t3 ttSli. ee.. -- lV3L Cash.N C 9a.. 1 pillj,-25- a0 aU-dre- 1 Oe. 8B. 0a. newft quarter-bloo- d, v Jj. .a3 c4.DOft-V.IO-- . ; a, 4ea9t9tsiaotittaitti9t)oett0 Ohio-fe- J.H.NEFF&C0. Lrargest Livery, Feed arid TH E Eastern Stable WILLARD n...H I C. T. FOX, TLiOTJIS"7"ZI.X.3, f J 23-- U S, non-Jam- es MADE ME A MAN ifsfl THE CLIMAX, TVm r r , BUST'S --- .. In-ti- st -- d, e fli EON 1 MILK -- Been-Expend-ed -- t. - RHTES S2 L- Si nrl a-a- -- -- -- 1 ' -- s n&, k . ! l- i " J2.50 PER DHV ilu, J', Uuiffr. 1 .. Hr